DinRail Advanced NB-IoT

Our circuit-level DIN rail form-factor meters are so small that fit almost everywhere. Due to their optimal cost efficient design, they have a low TCO enabling the adoption of a larger number of metering points, driving much more detailed insight into energy efficiency opportunities.


Architecture ZigBee Mesh Network
Frequency band ZigBee Band: 2.4 GHz
NB-IOT Bands: 20,8,3
M1 Bands: 13,12,5,4,2
System Single-Phase 3-Ph. 4-wire
Minimum Data communication interval 1 second
(default 5 minutes)
Data storage—measurement device Yes
Security mechanism Yes. AES encryption 128bits.
Operating Voltage / Frequency 100 to 285 Vac / 45 to 65 Hz
Electric parameters measured rms, Vrms, line Frequency, Active Power & Energy, Reactive Power & Energy
Ranges of measured parameters Voltage: 100 to 240 Vac phase-to-neutral, 45 to 65Hz
Current: up to 63 Amperes
Ranges of measured parameters-model depended(*) Voltage: 0 to 285 Vac phase-to-neutral, 45 to 65 Hz 80% to 120% of normal line voltage
Current: up to 600 Ampere(*)
Accuracy of measurements < 1% of reading measurement error (metering device)
Build-in Data log record 2000 records
Extra features/functionalities • External relay control
• External relay scheduling
• Neutral Detection indication contact
• RCD/MCCB tester
Coverage ZigBee mesh topology or NB-IoT coverage
Dimensions 25 x 80 x 69.6 (WxHxD) in mm
Operating environment Temperature: -20°C to 50°C
Relative Humidity: 10% to 90% (RH), non-condensing
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