Eaton Power Xpert Meter and Gateway Products: The smart way to monitor building and Equipment Power
Web-Based Meters used for power monitoring to detect sags, swells, and harmonics. LEED qualified meter series for comprehensive power measurements and logging. Ethernet based gateway products for integrating third party power energy equipment.
The Power Xpert Gateway 900 comes equipped with a powerful, yet simplified, user interface, providing a remote, efficient, information-rich window into a facility’s energy and power systems. The PXG900 acquires and consolidates data from devices typically found in electrical assemblies and systems. It’s a flexible data aggregation solution for low- and medium-voltage switchgear, switchboards, panel boards, transfer switches, and motor control centers.
Eaton’s Power Xpert™ Multi-Point Meter is an ANSI C12.20 revenue class Web enabled electronic submetering device that can be mounted in panelboards, switchboards, or enclosures. When mounted in a panelboard or a switchboard, the Power Xpert Multi-Point Meter provides customers with an integrated power distribution and energy metering solution that saves space, reduces installation labor, and lowers total cost.
Keeping a watchful eye on the status of your power infrastructure can make the difference between a simple, quick fix and a rapidly cascading series of events. Eaton’s Power Xpert Gateway Series 1000 & 2000 Cards provide Web-enabled, real-time monitoring of your important infrastructure equipment including single and three-phase Eaton® UPSs and Eaton Power Distribution Units, Eaton Remote Power Panels, Rack Power Modules, and the Eaton Energy Management System for power quality status and fast response to power-related events.
You can't manage what you can't measure, and you certainly can't measure something you can't even see—without a power quality instrument that is. Invisible and fleeting power disturbances can be silent killers—the electronic equivalent of high blood pressure. Ethernet web-based browser.
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The meters combine state-of-the-art technology with waveform viewing, data trending and performance benchmarking. The embedded Web server enables users to surf to the meter over the Internet via a standard Web browser. This platform offers adaptability such as field-upgradable firmware and optional digital inputs/outputs and analog outputs.
IQ 150S/250S: Self-enclosed meter with wireless (WIFI) capabilities
0.2% Class Revenue Certifiable Energy and Demand Submeter (IQ 250S Class 10 only)
Meets ANSI C12.20 (0.2%) and IEC 62053-22 (0.2%) Classes (IQ 250S Class 10 only)
Multifunction Measurement including Voltage, Current, Power, Frequency, Energy, etc.
Three line 0.56” bright red LED display
2 MegaBytes Memory for Datalogging (IQ 250S)
Real Time Clock for Time-Stamping of Logs (Logs are available only with the IQ 250S)
Percentage of Load bar for Analog meter perception
Modbus RTU (over Serial) and Modbus TCP (over Ethernet)
Serial RS485 communication
Ethernet and wireless Ethernet (WiFi)
Easy to use faceplate programming
Direct interface with most Building Management systems
Measure same things as the 4000/6000/8000 with no Ethernet
Modbus RTU (Remote Terminal Unit)
ANSI 4 inch diameter
Self-test capability to validate accuracy
The IQ 250 and IQ 260 electronic meters provide capabilities you wouldn't normally expect in an affordable, compact meter—such as fast sampling rate and accurate metering for a full range of power attributes. The meter can be configured either from the easy-to-read display or remotely (accessible via a Power Xpert Gateway) via included configuration software. In addition, built-in slots allow for upgrades to input/output option cards.
Substations, industrial facilities, power generation sites and campuses
Load studies and voltage recording
Analog meter replacement
Eaton’s IQ 100 meter family series (IQ 130/140/150) provides direct-reading metered values for the most critical power aspects, such as watts, watt demand, watt hours, voltage amperes (VA), VA-hours, vars, var hours and power factor. They have high sampling speed and accuracy.
Stand-alone, enclosed meters are ideal for new metering applications where no metering existed previously, retrofit installations or where ease of installation is required. All necessary components are included.
Designed for the IQ 130/140/150, IQ 250/260, and Power Xpert Meter 2000, Eaton's Enclosed Meter offers mounting and installation flexibility, especially in retrofit applications where no metering compartment or mounting space is available in the existing electrical distribution equipment or where installation time is a premium.
Access the Meter through the Internet/Ethernet via embedded Web server
Power Xpert 4000/6000/8000 Meter offers Eaton customers a new level of accessibility to the critical information required to manage the electrical distribution system. The meter's embedded Web server includes real time circuit information in both numeric and graphical visual formats to help monitor circuit parameters such as current loading, voltage and power levels, power factor.
Ethernet Switches: Communications from the factory floor or facility basement to the front-end office
Two switch models to expand industrial Ethernet networks
Adds convenient network connections anywhere
4-port 10/100 Mb switch
6-port switch with optional 100 Mb fiber
Eaton’s Power Xpert Ethernet Switches are ideal for extending Ethernet networks via CAT5 wiring or fiber in harsh, industrial environments. Built with high-grade components and constructed using special thermal techniques, PXE Switches can withstand the unpredictable conditions of such environments.
The Addressable Relay II is designed for use where remote control of information or non-communicating devices is required. The relays communicate at 9600/1200 baud on the Eaton PowerNet system. Devices are assigned a three-digit address to uniquely identify them on the daisy-chained twisted shielded pair network.