Voltage: 120/240 volts 3-Wire
Amperage: up to 100 amps
Type: Pass-Through, Single-Phase, 60Hz
Data: Pulse Output - 800 pulses per kWh
This is a very popular product if you are metering your North American household power and you want a simple read off the face kWh meter.
State-of-the-art, fully solid-state kWh meter with 800 pulse per kWh pulse output
1% accuracy, LCD readout in hundredths of a kWh, to 99999.99 kWh. No conversion factor or multiplier. Basic Meter 120/240V 3-wire, 100A version, Neutral bypasses the meter
Compact, very easy to install design. Simple DIN-rail mounting. Wires pass through 3/8+" diameter tubes in the meter body --Will accept most #3 AWG wire and smaller wire. The only electrical connection is made by 2 small screws which penetrate the wire insulation. The voltage taps pick up power for the meter itself and the voltage reference for accurate metering. This meter draws less than 1 watt while in operation.
Non-resettable LCD display. Usage data is maintained through power outages for up to 10 years.
Single-phase energy meter, 100A 120/240-volt, 3-wire, 60Hz
Standard North American household current. Most commonly a white neutral, a black hot and a red hot wire, 200V to 252V between the hots, 110V to 126V either hot to neutral. This meter will not work on a 120 volt 2 wire system, for this you will need our EKM-15IDS or EKM-15E meter.
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EKM-25IDS Spec Sheet: EKM-25IDS Spec Sheet
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Questions & AnswersExpand allCollapse allSort byMost Recent QuestionsQ:We are putting in a basement apartment. Is this something we could have installed on the line going to their Circuit Board. If not is there something like this that can?1 answersQ:I'm looking for a 200-240V alternative to a Kill-A-Watt monitor for computer servers. Will this meter instant read or is it cumulative?1 answersQ:Can this device track monthly usage with an internal clock?1 answersQ:Does this work with 240V systems with no neutral (L1, L2, Ground)?1 answersQ:After a power outage in the city, my tenant noticed the red light blinks now. I honestly don't know if it blinked before the outage? Is this common or does it mean something else?1 answersQ:I want to monitor a 30 amp 240v AND a 20 amp 120v circuit at the same time. If I pass line wires from same phase thru line 1 and other line wire thru line 2 and commons thru the 3rd, will this cumulatively total usage?1 answersQ:Can this meter be supplied from a 30A/240v (2-pole) breaker wired to a 120v RV Outlet (TT-30) where L2 is capped w/wire nut? I wish to wire now in order to allow for future 240v EV (14-30) outlet.1 answersQ:How much should installation cost? Parts and labor?1 answersQ:I want a meter that can accurately measure usage by a device with a poor power factor of 0.64. A kill-a-watt does not work well. Could this give me kVA hours, or otherwise compensate for non-unity PF?1 answersQ:Will this meter work for 1 phase 277v
1 hot & 1 neutral?1 answersQ:Will this work on 100amp 220volt mobile home wire 2/2/2/4 that is aluminum?1 answersQ:What is the use of the pulse connection, + – ?1 answersQ:I'm looking for a monitoring meter to use on our RV as we travel about to confirm our billing usage, is the Basic kWh Meter 100A 120/240-volt, 3-wire, 60Hz EKM-25IDS appropriate, any recommendations?1 answersQ:DOES THIS WORK ON 208V 1 PHASE?1 answersQ:I have a large building and part of it is a welding shop. I need to monitor the power use of 3 welders plus a large metal brake. Will this meter be sufficient?1 answersQ:Even if this guy is connected to monitor 240V, if I have a load from 1 line to neutral, will this meter still count the power draw?1 answersQ:Would this meter detect the reverse flow of power, which may occur when my grid tie solar system is generating more electricity than I am consuming?1 answersQ:I am looking for an outdoor sub meter that will allow me to monitor the electric usage for a 220 RV plug in line. Being that I have a relative plugging into this circuit off of my meter, I want to be able to monitor their electric usage so they can pay that amount of kilowatts towards the electric bill. To complicate things further, I have an energy savings plan from 12 noon until 7 PM Monday through Friday with peak rates so is this the best electric sub meter that you would have that would be able to be used outdoors for a 220 RV plug-in, monitor two different rate periods of kilowatts?1 answersQ:Will this read the actual watts being used, at the time, not just kwh's?1 answersQ:The 240v feed that I want to monitor using this device is 10ft from where I want to mount the meter. Is there a way of installing this device with exterior CTs and jumper wires like on your smart devices?1 answersLoading...
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