Energy Meters are typically used in an Energy Storage System, to measure the power and energy of the entire application at the distribution box and minimises energy import or export to the grid. They can also be used to measure the output of a PV inverter or AC loads and display the data on GX devices such as the Cerbo GX or Ekrano GX and the VRM Portal.
There are several models available from Victron:
- Victron VM-3P75CT energy meter (Ethernet and VE.Can - for threephase, uses supplied CTs, max. 80A per phase)
- ET112 (RS485 - for single-phase max. 100A)
- ET340 (RS485 - for three-phase max. 65A)
- EM24 Ethernet (Ethernet - for three-phase max. 65A)
Three-phase energy meter with Ethernet and VE.Can communication ports- The Victron VM-3P75CT energy meter is a standard device to measure the power and energy of single- and three-phase applications, for example, at the distribution box or to measure the output of a PV Inverter, AC Genset or the output of an inverter and inverter/charger.
High refresh rate- Calculating the RMS power values for each phase, the energy meter transmits them at a high rate over VE.Can or Ethernet, leading to more accurate measurements for power usage, grid-import and grid feed-in, for example, in an ESS system.
The VM-3P75CT makes setup a breeze- Engineered for easy integration, the energy meter works out of the box (Plug & Play) as a grid meter for most systems. Configuration (via VictronConnect) is only required for changing the role (Grid Meter, PV Inverter, AC Genset or AC Load Meter) and manual IP configuration rather than the default, DHCP.
Remote monitoring from anywhere- Its data will be displayed in the VictronConnect App, a GX device such as the Cerbo GX or Ekrano GX and our VRM Portal.
Effortless Installation with snap-on type current transformers- The VM-3P75CT uses clamp-type current transformers to sense the current accurately, without having to modify the wiring of an existing installation.
Vector registration method- The VM-3P75CT uses vector registration method (the vectors of each phase L1, L2 and L3 are summed).
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