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150 Amp Three Phase Current Meter

Drop-in defense

Reducing overhead and ensuring uptime shouldn’t be an uphill battle—arm your facility with Monnit’s Wireless 150 Amp AC Current Meter. Preempt failure or surprise expenses by knowing which machine is suddenly drawing more current or which of your buildings is experiencing power supply issues.

RMS reconnaissance

Within 15 minutes, the current meter can be installed to capture: min, max, and avg RMS current, duty cycle for each phase, and the combined amp hours of all three phases. Watt- or kilowatt-hours can also be generated based on user-specified RMS voltage.

  • The current meter has three 150 Amp current transformers that wrap around the wires of a three-phase current system without wiring or direct power connection.

Instant intel from the field

If the sensor detects power draws outside of your specified thresholds, you (or designated) personnel are alerted via text, email, or call.

With Monnit, you can:

  • Identify power usage patterns of a machine or trends across multiple machines.
  • Pinpoint if there’s an issue with a particular phase.
  • Ensure business continuity by planning for eventual equipment burn out or supply issues.

Review the specs below and upgrade to a Wireless 150 Amp AC Current Meter.


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Wireless 150 Amp Three-Phase Current Meter
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  • Industrial Battery Powered
  • Up to 7 Years Battery Life
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Which Sensor is Right For Me?

  • Enterprise AA-battery powered: Our most popular type is ideal for typical commercial & enterprise environments, such as server rooms. A 1,200+ ft. range readily covers most facilities.
  • CC-battery powered: Compact sensor is great for space-restricted areas such as control cabinets or cold storage.
  • Industrial: Sensor's weatherproof, NEMA-rated enclosure withstands demanding indoor/outdoor use, e.g., warehouses & production facilities.
  • PoE•X: Power over Ethernet sensors integrate with a building's PoE network; it can also be used with a standard Ethernet infrastructure & powered via an optional AC adapter.
  • MoWi: This discreet sensor uses your own Wi-Fi for networking and data transmission—popular for smaller businesses and facilities.
Still not sure which sensor type to choose? Visit our Sensor Comparison page.

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Features

1200+ ft. Range
Up to 12 Years of Battery Life
Automated Data Logging

Benefits

Unbeatable Range Eases Networking
Dependable, Worry-free Operation
Streamlined Compliance & Data Analysis

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