Panelboards with Advanced Branch Circuit Monitoring Capability

Siemens has taken branch circuit monitoring to a new level by combining the SEM3™-Embedded Micro Metering Module Technology with Siemens P2, P4 and P5 Panelboards. The SEM3 system can be factory installed in unit space in type P2, P4 and P5 Siemens Panelboards, and configured for factory installation in branch circuit monitoring applications using the Siemens COMPAS configuration tool. This option can lower the installation time of the system for the installer while providing a factory-warrantied solution.


Type P2: Enclosure

  • Available in a NEMA 1, 3R, or 12 rated enclosure

  • Minimum 24" width x 5.75" depth

  • Up to 74" height depending on branch breaker selection
    - Addition of monitoring on some mains (primary and subfeed) may require additional box length. In these cases the box will be increased to the next size available as a standard design.
    - In cases where enclosure size is increased, all multi-section panels will be increased to match the largest section.

Type P4: Enclosure

  • Available in a NEMA 1, 3R, or 12 rated enclosure

  • 32" width x 10" depth

  • 60, 75, or 90" height depending on branch breaker selection
    - Addition of monitoring on some mains (primary and subfeed) may require additional box length. In these cases the box will be increased to the next size available as a standard design.
    - In cases where enclosure size is increased, all multi-section panels will be increased to match the largest section.

Type P5: Enclosure

  • Available in a NEMA 1, 3R, or 12 rated enclosure

  • 38 or 46" width x 10" depth

  • 60, 75, or 90" height depending on branch breaker selection
    - Addition of monitoring on some mains (primary and subfeed) may require additional box length. In these cases the box will be increased to the next size available as a standard design.
    - In cases where enclosure size is increased, all multi-section panels will be increased to match the largest section.



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