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A fast and less expensive way to install power meters

26 June 2012

Rayleigh Instruments has introduced a novel method of wiring and installing power meters and current transformers. 'EasyWire' is claimed to reduce substantially the time it takes to wire and install such systems, thanks to a design that allows plug-in connections to be used for both current and voltage input/output. An RJ45 lead is used to connect transformer and meter, and ready-made plug-in leads are used for voltage input.

The meters are provided with both input and output voltage connections, which allow up to 32 meters to be daisy-chained to a common supply voltage via the first meter. There is a choice of five three-phase current transformer frames sizes, and a choice of two meter designs.

Rayleigh claims labour savings of up to 90% are possible with its new EasyWire system.

A new 12-page brochure that fully describes the system capabilities, is available for order here,
where you can also view a video clip of the installation process.


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