With increased energy unit costs, decreased generating capacity, and the environmental concerns with the burning of fossil fuels, it is important that companies reduce their electrical consumption. Carlo Gavazzi offers a broad range of Energy Meters , kWh Meters , Power Meters , Power Quality Meters and transducers for monitoring energy consumption as well as problems with power quality. In addition, meters such as our EM24, EM26 and WM40 also offer optional digital inputs for interfacing to water and gas meters thereby allowing access to electrical, gas and water usage with just one device. As an alternative to the traditional desktop software, Carlo Gavazzi offers the innovative UWP data acquisition module which allows up to 64 meters and transducers to be connected and providing a built-in web interface to allow viewing and trending of real and historical data. In addition, it also offers FTP pushing of data as well as a Modbus or BacNet TCP interface if you would like to read the data from your current energy management system.
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Lainate, March - Carlo Gavazzi Automation, the international electronics group with activities in the design, manufacture and marketing of electronic equipment, today presents the new DC switching solid state relays.
DC output solid state relays are used for switching loads supplied with a DC voltage. Typical loads include heating elements, electric valves, fans and solenoids. Unlike mechanical relays, solid state relays have a very long life, are silent in operation and can achieve very fast switching response times. In addition, they are more immune to vibration and shocks since they are fully solid state and there is no arcing or bouncing of contacts that is typical with mechanical relays. These characteristics make DC solid state relays the preferred and ideal choice for switching of DC loads.
Apart from higher current ratings that now extend the range to ADC, new features include higher switching frequency, lower switching losses with faster response times to switch ON and OFF, improved thermal performance with low power dissipation mosfets, LED indication for control voltage presence and the removal of the potting compound to remove mechanical stress on internal components.
Carlo Gavazzi (EM24) logger. MODBUS registers map.