Plug & Play Energy Monitoring For Busbar Systems

Busbar trunking systems allow simple and flexible planning thanks to the modular system, thus ensuring time and cost savings. They also offer high safety and good EMC properties. Continuous monitoring of the power supply quality on the busbar allows plant availability to be optimized. The energy transparency gained in this way lays the foundation for Energy 4.0.

With the outgoing feeder boxes for busbar distributors, the proven and powerful energy measurement technology can be easily installed on the busbar via plug & play installation. They comply with the DIN EN 61439 standard and are available in different variants and sizes. The outgoing feeder boxes for the busbar offer a compact design with optimized temperature behavior.

Advantages of integrated measurement technology

  • Analysis of energy efficiency

    Measuring the energy consumption of each connected consumer enables the evaluation and improvement of energy efficiency as well as the comparative evaluation of different consumers.


    The monitoring of the entire busbar trunking systems is an important basis for the planning of changes and extensions. The measured values enable the simple formation of key figures, benchmarks and reports.

  • Continuous measurement of all currents

    The measurement of all phase currents and the continuous measurement of the neutral current enable a high measurement resolution as well as an early detection of overloads due to unbalances and harmonics.

  • Simple plug & play setup

    Enables time-saving setup of an energy monitoring system with pre-assembled outgoing feeder boxes.

  • Power quality monitoring

    Continuous measurement of power quality. Avoidance of plant shutdowns through continuous analysis and warning of deviations.

  • Temperature monitoring

    Direct measurement with a temperature sensor in the box enables early detection of overloads.

  • Residual current measurement

    Continuous measurement of residual current: early detection of failures in the electrical installation.

  • Extended residual current measurement (optional)

    Extension of RCM measurement for pulsating AC currents up to 20 kHz (type B+) for standard-compliant measurement and monitoring according to IEC 62020.

  • Digital input (optional)

    For recording additional measured values, e.g. compressed air or coolant consumption.