Allen Bradley 1408 Power Monitor 1000

The power monitor is a compact, cost-effective, electric power, and energy metering device intended for use in industrial control applications, such as distribution centers, industrial control panels, and motor control centers.

Description

The power monitor is a compact, cost-effective, electric power, and energy metering device intended for use in industrial control applications, such as distribution centers, industrial control panels, and motor control centers. It measures voltage and current in an electrical circuit, meeting revenue accuracy
standards.

  • Load profiling – log power parameters such as real power, apparent power, and demand, for analysis of power usage by loads over time
  • Cost allocation – reporting actual energy cost by department or process to integrate energy information into management decisions
  • Billing and sub-billing – charging users of energy the actual usage cost rather than allocating by square footage or other arbitrary methods
  • Power system monitoring and control – display and control power flow and energy utilization
  • Capacitor bank control – provides real and reactive power values for use in a PLC-based control system

Allen Bradley Bulletin 1408 PowerMonitor™ 1000 is a compact power monitor for load profiling, cost allocation, or energy control. Allen Bradley monitor integrates with your existing energy monitoring systems to provide sub-metering. Allen Bradley PLCs (PLC-5®, SLC®, ControlLogix® family) easily communicate with the PowerMonitor™ 1000 to use energy data in control systems.

Brand

Allen Bradley

Allen Bradley

Allen-Bradley is the brand-name of a line of factory automation equipment, today owned by Rockwell Automation. The company, with manufactures programmable logic controllers (PLC), human-machine interfaces, sensors, safety components and systems, software, drives and drive systems, contactors, motor control centers, and systems of such products. Rockwell Automation also provides asset-management services including repair and consulting. Rockwell Automation’s headquarters is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Features

  • Available in a compact size
  • Available EtherNet/IP™, Serial DF1, Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP communications
  • Includes integrated LCD display
  • Includes panel or DIN rail mounting
  • Provides wiring diagnostics
  • Includes time of use (On-Peak, Off-Peak)
  • Includes energy, min/max, status, and load factor logs
  • Offers ability to view data and configure through the integrated web page

Applications

It communicates power and energy parameters to applications such as

  • FactoryTalk® EnergyMetrix™
  • SCADA systems
  • programmable controllers, over Ethernet or serial networks.

The power monitor works with these applications to address key customer applications.

Specifications

Attribute Value
Control power 85…264V AC 47…63 Hz

125…250V DC

4 VA max

Voltage sense inputs: V1, V2, V3 Input impedance: 5 M W min Input current: 2 mA max
Current sense inputs: I1, I2, I3 Overload withstand:

15 A continuous, 200 A for 1/2 s Burden: 0.05V A

Impedance: 0.002 W

Max crest factor at 5 A is 3.0 Starting current: 5 mA

Status inputs Contact closure (internal 24V DC) (except BC3)
KYZ output 80 mA at 240V AC / 300V DC (except BC3)