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Mitsubishi Electric launches latest upgrade to power management meter series

09 May 2024

Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new version of its Super-S 96mm power management meter series, comprising three different models with enhanced measuring functions and optional units.

The new ‘Version B’ range includes economy (ME96SSEB-MB), standard (ME96SSRB-MB) and high-performance (ME96SSHB-MB) units which can support the easy measurement and visualisation of up to 300 different data variables across single and three-phase power supplies

All models retain the original Super-S series 96mm2 display for easy installation into new and retrofit applications, however, offer a more compact overall footprint, thanks to a 55 percent reduction in unit depth.

Each unit can display up to four measurements at a time, including voltage, power factor and current; and support with incorrect wiring determination.

All Version B units offer MODBUS RTU communication for optimised network monitoring and optional remote monitoring of contact input signals and on/off control of contact output signals, without the need for DI/DO terminals.

Both the standard and high-performance units benefit from a built-in logging function and back-lit LCD interface with a wide viewing angle and support a wide range of option modules. These include, but are not restricted to, analogue output, pulse output and alarm output modules, whilst the ME96 also supports a large selection of open network communication modules. 

If the network connection is lost, ME96 meters have an SD card backup capability to retain data until the network is re-established ensuring no loss of data.

For more information on Mitsubishi Electric’s range of power management meters, please visit the website.   

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