Wöhner is expanding its range of measurement technology products with new modules for control cabinet monitoring and is now covering the entire measurement chain: measuring, analysing, visualising, communicating, responding.
The new products are available for the DIN rail and direct installation in the control cabinet door. They round off the Wöhner measurement technology that includes the fully integrated solutions MOTUS®C14 and OMUS®C14 as well as the measurement technology module CrossMT.
From cost-optimised measurement at central locations, such as feeding points, through to monitoring the entire control cabinet: The new modules give you complete control over your system by mapping the entire measurement chain.
The devices can be integrated into all Wöhner basic systems and into the Wöhner cosmos. Mounting takes place right on the DIN rail or by means of our tried-and-tested adapters. In the first step, current transformers provide the measuring values in the application, connecting our electronic devices CrossMT, MOTUS®C14 and OMUS®C14 will be possible via Modbus TCP.
Configuration, commissioning and operation of the new components takes place conveniently and collectively via the application software on the PC or right on the device via defined buttons. The large and clear displays guide the user through the menu.
The new modules speak many languages with Ethernet, RS485, USB interfaces and the most commonly used communication protocols. It is also possible to configure internal connections via a proprietary standard and thus minimise the wiring effort.
The various MIEZ monitoring modules give you a clear overview at all times. They serve as a collection point for all data in the cabinet, evaluate them and pass on the analyses to the user. Connected with current transformers (1 A, 5 A, 333 mV), they take care of measuring current and voltage, analyse active, apparent and reactive power, the power factor, harmonics and much more – all compact and customised.
MIEZ Current expansion module
MIEZ 37100 for front panel installation, 12-channel current measurement