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Rayleigh Instruments

Multifunction Meter

RI-F400

Rayleigh Instruments - F400

Features

  • DIN 96 panel mounted
  • 330mV Input from easywire® CTs (or -/1A and -/5A current transformer input with TAS-SCTEWA module)
  • Single phase or three phase network compatible
  • Programmable voltage and current transformer ratio
  • True RMS measurement
  • High definition white backlit LCD display
  • Compact size - only 50mm panel depth
  • Simple programming and operation
  • Pulse output and Modbus communication
  • Auto or manual page scrolling
  • Daisy chaining up to 32 meters from one supply

Product Description

The RI-F400 is part of the easywire® family of meters.

The easywire® system has been designed to save up to 90% installation time compared to a standard meter and current transformer installation.

They are a range of DIN 96 panel mounted multifunction energy meters. Suitable for monitoring energy consumption and many other electrical parameters in industrial and commercial applications. These meters may be used in single or three phase applications.

A high efficiency white backlit LCD display provides clear indication of measured values in all light conditions. Quick select push-buttons on the front of the meter allow the user fast access to the display page required.

The meter is available in two versions:-

  • With single pulse output.
  • With single pulse output and RS485 Modbus communication.
Download RI-F400 Fact SheetDownload RI-F400 User Manual

Displayed Parameters

  • Voltage – L-L, L-N and average
  • Current – Phase, total and Max. demand
  • Power Factor – per phase and average
  • Total Harmonic Distortion – Current and Voltage
  • Neutral current (calculated)
  • Frequency
  • Hours Run – Hours & minutes
  • Power – Active, Reactive and Apparent (per phase and total)
  • Power Min./Max. demand – Active, reactive and apparent
  • Energy – Active, reactive and apparent (per phase and total)
  • Import and export energy – Active, Reactive and Apparent (per phase and total)