The COUNTIS E4x is a modular electrical energy meter displaying the energy (kWh, kVArh and kVA) and other measurements directly on its backlit LCD display. It is designed for three-phase load metering with connection via CT and is suitable for applications of up to 12000 A.
COUNTIS E42, E44, E46 and E48 are MID certified.
Conformity to standards
- IEC 62053-21 Class 1
- IEC 62053-23 Class 2
- IEC 62053-31
- EN 50470-1
- EN 50470-3
COUNTIS E4x is available in X versions
|Item||Model||Application||Type||Communication ports||Communication protocols||Select|
|48503063||E41||Metering||3PH CT/5A, double-tariff|
|48503064||E42||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID, double-tariff|
|48503066||E44||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID||MODBUS|
|48503067||E45||Metering||3PH CT/5A||EN 13757-2||M-BUS|
|48503068||E46||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID||EN 13757-2||M-BUS|
|48503057||E48||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID||Ethernet|
|48503009||E41||Metering||3PH CT/5A, double-tariff|
|48503015||E42||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID|
|48503014||E44||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID||RS485|
|48503028||E46||Metering||3PH CT/5A, MID||M-BUS|
RS485 (MODBUS), M-BUS, Ethernet communication or pulse outputs
To enable power consumption to be reported remotely, COUNTIS E4x units are equipped with either one or two output(s) or a RS485 (MODBUS), M-BUS or Ethernet Modbus CTP communication output.
As well as their reporting functions, COUNTIS E4x units with RS485 can be configured remotely and deliver multi-measurement readings.
B+D module MID-certified
COUNTIS E products with MID certification provide the guaranteed accuracy required for applications in which sub-billing of the electrical energy consumed is necessary. “Module B+D”certification guarantees that the design and manufacturing process of products are approved by an accredited laboratory.
This function is for metering energy production or energy consumption.
Multi-measurement and load curve
Display of electrical values (I, U, V, P, Q, S, PF) and load curve over a 3 day period via communication.
- Data center - Power for busway and tap-off
- Infrastructure & Transport - Power for EV charging
- Building - Energy storage behind the meter