Diris Digiware DC
State of art multi circuit power monitoring and energy measurement system, that is at once intuitive and accurate, with its unique plug and play functionality. The product stands out in stark contrast to conventional solution that has remained quite unchanged inspite of the technological prowess influencing key decision in diverse applications. At the core of Digiware architecture is a centralised monitoring unit, with a single voltage module and a combination of current measurement and sensor module, all integrated via dedicated Digiware bus. DIRIS Digiware Idc / Vdc modules measure consumption and monitor the DC electrical installation. This approach offers possibility of characterising a high number of loads from a single voltage tap. The design lends itself to be spearheading a paradigm shift as the sub systems are fast, safe and reliable. Designed for measuring and monitoring continuous electrical energy (DC) the DIRIS Digiware DC offers a range of basic parameters - voltage, current, as well as integrated ones, like power, energy and quality. It can be used to jointly analyse DC loads as it is tested and certified Performance Measuring and Monitoring Device (PMD) in accordance with IEC 61557-12. The voltage adaptors make the system compatible with all voltage levels up to 1650 VDC to respond to the needs of all applications. DIRIS Digiware DC can be easily integrated into an energy management system which requires a large number of loads to be monitored. It is possible to configure this from its remote display or via the Easy Config software. The measurements can be accessed via the WEBVIEW web server integrating the monitoring function for electrical values (Power Monitoring version) and reporting function for energy data (Power & Energy Monitoring version). WEBVIEW is available on DIRIS G communication gateways and the DIRIS Digiware D-70 display. The range comprises solid-core and split-core sensors ranging from 50 to 5000 A in various sizes allowing them to be used in new or existing electrical installations. DC current is measured by external sensors connected to the DIRIS Digiware I-3xdc modules via RJ12-Molex cables. Connection of the current sensors is quick and error-free, both solid & spilt core version as well as hall effect sensor are available.
An extensive range of highly reliable high performance switching devices, from 160 to 800A up to 1500 VDC incorporating standard as well as trip function. The INOSYS LBS switches integrate a patented technology that offers high switching capacity of 500 and 750 VDC per pole with optimum arc containment and significant power loss reduction - all within a compact device. Socomec manufactures a unique and innovative solution for the protection of electrical facilities and offers a full range of load break switches with disconnection (for AC and DC current). By integrating a tripping function that allows remote emergency switching, Socomec offer a major advance to users of load break switch. Reliable position indication is made possible through visible contacts. ON, OFF and TRIP positions are stable, resistant to voltage fluctuations. The trip position provides complete disconnection and isolation. The opening and closing of the switch is fully independent from the speed of operation, ensuring safe operation under all conditions.
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