Siemens 6DL1193-6TP00-0DH1 SIMATIC ET 200SP HA, Terminal block, Type H1, 32 push-in terminals, internal reference temperature New load group, width: 22.5 mm.
Siemens 6DL1193-6TP00-0BH1 SIMATIC ET 200SP HA, Terminal block, Type H1, 32 push-in terminals, internal reference temperature Width: 22.5 mm.
Siemens 6DL1193-6GC00-0NN0 SIMATIC ET 200SP HA, carrier module 8-fold carrier for holding 8 I/O modules of the ET 200SP HA.
Siemens 6DL1193-6GA00-0NN0 SIMATIC ET 200SP HA, carrier module 2-fold carrier for holding 2 I/O modules of the ET 200SP HA.
The PowerLogic EM4000 series multi-circuit energy meters from Schneider Electric enable reliable monitoring of building electrical loads with a low installation cost-per-point by combining revenue-accurate electricity sub-metering with advanced communications technology. It is ideal for multi-tenant or departmental metering applications within office towers, condominiums, apartment buildings, shopping centers and other multi-user environments.
The PowerLogic EM4000 series meters monitor up to 24 meter points with a single device. Multiple meters can be combined to support an unlimited number of points.
Two meter models offer a choice of CTs and installation options:
PowerLogic EM4033: 333 mV, split-core CTs
PowerLogic EM4080: 80 mA solid -core CTs
The PowerLogic EM4000 series meter is integral to tenant billing and energy management solutions that provide building owners with the following benefits:
Provide accurate energy sub-billing to tenants.
Empower tenants with information about their energy usage, allowing them to manage their total consumption while helping you reduce operational costs and offer more competitive lease rates.
Accurately allocate costs to departments or processes and identify saving opportunities by exposing wasteful energy practices.
Identify periods of high energy usage and revealing cost saving opportunities within your facilities.
Verify utility charges using accurate, revenue-grade meters to avoid being overcharged
Establish a “green” efficiency image for your building, such as qualifying for points within the LEED Green Building Rating System.
Energy cost allocation
Utility bill veriﬁcation