CROMPTON INSTRUMENTS’ INTEGRA 1630 DMS AVAILABLE WITH MODBUS TCP

24th July 2007
News Release from: TE Connectivity UK Ltd
Written by : ES Admin
CROMPTON INSTRUMENTS’ INTEGRA 1630 DMS AVAILABLE WITH MODBUS TCP
The successful range of low profile multi-function Crompton Instruments Integra 1630 digital metering systems (DMS) from Tyco Electronics, has been expanded featuring a new model with Ethernet communication module. The new model supports connection to SCADA systems using the Modbus TCP protocol.
The Integra 1630 DMS with Ethernet module acts as a Modbus slave device and may be queried by a MODBUS master device conforming to the Modbus TCP protocol. The Ethernet module supports
10Base-T Ethernet communication. Connection is normally via an Ethernet switch or hub using the
IEEE 802.3 standard at 10/100Mbps. Using static IP address assignment, the IP address is factory set to “192.168.1.100”, but may be changed by the user before installation.

Designed specifically to provide cost effective measurement for all power monitoring applications, multi-function Integra 1630 digital metering systems (DMS) provides high accuracy <0.2% measurement, display and communication of all major electrical and power quality parameters, including total harmonic distortion (THD) measurement up to the 31st harmonic, true RMS system values, individual current demand, user programmable system type and elapsed time counter for connected loads. The range includes single-phase, three-phase three-wire and three-phase four-wire capability, all selectable at the point of installation.

The Integra 1630 DMS benefits from a user programmable system configuration as well as programmable VT and CT ratios. High contrast red LED displays clearly show each measured parameter. If a very low profile measurement within the panel is required, a removable bezel is supplied to extend the product forward, reducing rear panel depth.

Integra 1630 DMS’s low profile makes it ideal for use in switchgear applications but the device has also been designed for use in distribution systems, generator sets, control panels, energy and building management as well as utility power monitoring. Further applications include process control, motor monitoring, ground power units and embedded generation.






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