The M1M11, as the company explained, is a digital kWH meter for energy measurement, providing the measurement of the single-phase or three-phase energy consumption
ABB India has launched a new series of electrical measuring and power monitoring meters for the digital panel meter market. This market, as per the company, is growing at a CAGR of six per cent. The new product is an addition to ABB’s existing range of single, multifunction meters and network analysers, catering to the Panel Meter market across industries such as healthcare, hospitality, infrastructure, and F&B to name a few.
“The emerging Panel meter market and our introduction of new range of meters offers a huge potential for customers to better manage energy performance across industries. Thanks to their connectivity capabilities, M1M can now leverage on the integration in ABB’s Ability Energy and Asset Manager cloud-computing platform to monitor, optimize, and control the complete electrical system,” noted Kiran Dutt, President-Electrification at ABB India.
The M1M11, as the company explained, is a digital kWH meter for energy measurement, providing the measurement of the single-phase or three-phase energy consumption. M1M DS is a Dual Source multi-function meter for complete electrical system monitoring, providing the measurement of active energy, active power, apparent power, power factor, voltage, current, frequency, enabled by a communication device for remote monitoring. Additionally, the two new different intermediate M1M product families, M1M 20B and M1M30B, have been commonly designed to fit in a scalable way for monitoring needs.
“These smart solutions in metering and energy monitoring enables users to make better choices to monitor their power consumption. The meters guarantee basic to complete power quality analysis and accurately monitor the energy assets for residential, industrial, and commercial building segments. The newly introduced M1M11, M1M DS, M1M 20B and M1M 30B cover the main submetering easily and cost-effectively by powering quality monitoring requirements inside power factor correction boards, motor control centres or sub-distribution switchboards of commercial and industrial buildings,” read company’s official statement.