COMPACT AND ECONOMICAL – MODULAR DIN-RAIL MEASUREMENT DEVICE WITH RESIDUAL CURRENT MEASUREMENT
The UMG 806 energy measurement device offers the right solution for various requirements. The high-performance basic device is ideally suited for cost-oriented applications and features Modbus RTU. It offers the ability to both measure and record residual currents, among other features. Continuous monitoring of the residual current enables dangerous fault currents to be detected at an early stage, thereby avoiding damage to the system as well as production downtimes. The UMG 806 can be enhanced with three modules: the Ethernet communication module, the analog input module and the digital input module.
An added plus is the compact design of the measurement device and the modules. This allows optimal usage of the typically scarce space available in the switchboard cabinet.
MEASURE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND POWER QUALITY
Qualified findings concerning energy consumption and power quality can only be obtained with measurements that look beyond the feed point. Finding sources of interference or energy wasters requires the capture of data at many points in the network. The granularity (resolution) of the measurement is of decisive importance. The Janitza UMG 806 is an ideal solution for this task. This energy measurement device is an all-rounder for use across a broad spectrum and supports modular expansion as needed. It is suitable for measurement and monitoring of electrical characteristics and energy consumption data as well as for monitoring residual currents and power quality parameters, such as harmonics current. Typical applications include data centers and industrial energy distribution systems, for example.
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