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  • J Biswas

    J Biswas

    MemberNov 5, 2013

    Smart Energy Meters: FORBIX SEMICO

    Hello dear reader,
    This is my 2nd Post/thread.

    Please have a look at the pictures of our new product that we are launching very soon.
    Digital Energy Meters with RS485 and 100A.
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    We will upload clear good pictures and demonstration video soon on our website #-Link-Snipped-#
    Our website is under construction at this moment.

    Energy meter is nothing new to people, but the stuff we made is small sized, very handy, easy to install, long life and can handle huge currents. One panel box can have multiples stuffed in it.
    Presently we have manufactured samples parts for distributors / industries.
    We have a lot of applications in mind and some are requested by our customers.

    MY INTEREST TO POST IN THIS FORUM IS TO HEAR FROM OTHER BRAINS, ABOUT POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEMS, WHERE IT MIGHT BE OF GREAT IMPORTANCE.
    THIS WILL HELP US IN APPROACHING CUSTOMERS IN THAT SPECIFIC SEGMENT.

    Features:
    - Digital display (backlight blue color)
    - Upto 100A
    - 1% Error
    - Impulse glow on every kWh increment
    - Multiple energy meters can be connected in series
    - Din rail mount (having provision of wall mount too)

    Readings on LCD (on tap of button)
    - Partial/Present active energy counter
    - Running Voltage (rms)
    - Current (Amp)
    - Active power (kW)
    - Reactive (kWAr)
    - Active (kVA)
    - Power factor: PF (cos phi)

    Output via RS485 (in FORBIX SEMICON protocol format)

    Our upcoming development on these FBXEM
    This unit can be integrated with our wireless modules FBXMR12/FBXMR23, GSM, WiFi, LAN
    Read values remotely and take action ( activate / cutoff load, depending on each readings)
    RTC in the display
    Wide variety of applications in home and industry automation.
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  • J Biswas

    MemberNov 19, 2013

    A better picture in here: h#-Link-Snipped-#
    I am not sure how to attach direct pictures to the thread here.
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