9340 / 9360 Power Meters

The Siemens ACCESS 9340/9360 series power meters combine accurate, 3-phase energy and power measurement with data logging, power quality analysis, alarm, and I/O capabilities not typically available in a compact meter. The meters are ideally suited to local and remote monitoring of low or high voltage electrical installations in industrial facilities, commercial buildings, utility networks or critical power environments. Facility and operations personnel will benefit in energy related costs while avoiding power quality conditions that can reduce equipment life and productivity.

ACCESS 9340/9360 series meters are easy to install and use, offering integrated or remote high-visibility displays. A choice of two models and a range of expansion modules help match features to the application and support field-upgrading of meters as required. Serial and Ethernet communication options enable the meters to be used within a Siemens power management system or with third-party automation systems.

Features and Benefits

Precision

Energy Management

Reliability

ANSI C12.20 Class 0.5s

   - Energy Measurement

   - Voltage +/- .1%

   - Current +/- .1%

   - Power Factor +/- .5%

   - Sampling Rate 128/per cycle

   - 9340 Individual Harmonics up to 31st

   - 9360 Individual Harmonics up to 63rd

   - 9360 Sags / Swells Detection

   - Programmable Math / Logic Function

 Revenue Accurate

   - Sub Billing

   - Cost Allocation

  

  

Energy Consumption

9360 Waveform Capture

Customizable Webpages

Min/Max and Event Logs

   - 9340 Storage Capacity 80kb

   - 9360 Storage Capacity 800kb

Demand Control

Automation Integration

Solution for LEED® credit

Monitors Critical Equipment

Modbus Gateway

Modbus TCP/RTU

 Industrial Systems

 Economical Measurement

   - Commercial

   - Industrial

■ Degree of Protection

   - Front - IP52

   - Rear - IP30

■ 600V Connected Voltage

 Customizable Displays

 Email Alarms through Ethernet

 Field Addable Modules

■ Simple Retrofit Installation

 Integration with Existing Systems

  

 

 

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