Contrel EMA 90H harmonic analyzer

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    EMA

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    EMA 90H

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    Contrel

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    Italy

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this meters are used to measure as The analysis of energy exchange of high-voltage lines, medium voltage and low voltage applications . differences between EMA90 H and EMA90 is harmonic analysis function in EMA90H. In this product, the expansion cards in order to expand the internal memory or adding outputs and inputs can be used. Borna niroo karan company (Bornika) is a Representative of Contrel , in the purchase, sales, consulting and distribution and industrial equipment and measurement equipment, including digital multi-function , Multi Meter, Multi Function and Energy Meter EMA 90H - Contrel .

Specifications
  • Dimention 96x96mm
  • Mounting type Flush mounting
  • IP IP52: Frontal IP20: Box
  • Measured Quantity 23 parameters
  • Power Supply 85...265 V | 50-60 Hz / dc
  • Interface port RS-232
  • Input Voltage 3 inputs 750V max
  • Input Current 3 isolated inputs (TA) 0,005-5A rms
  • Input frequency range 30-900 Hz
  • Interface port RS-485
  • accuracy voltage & current: 0.5% power & energy: 1%
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  • Multi meter, Multi Function and Energy meter EMA 90 H - Contrel
  • Voltage inputs : 3 inputs 750V max Digital Outputs : 1-50V DC | 500mA o 260V AC | 100mA max Analog outputs : 0-20 / 4-20mA fully programmable harmonic analysis with fundamental 40-70 Hz
  • NRG SW software
  • NRG SW software, is a supervision and control software which is used for managing from a PC, of the data generated from the analyser EMA series.
  • different types of cards and the duty of each type
  • Expansion card for DIN 144x144 mm type analysers can be inserted throught the back side of instrument by openning the small door and inserting them into their corresponding slot.
  • Plug-in type MEM1
  • For expansion of internal memory of instrument up to 1 Mbyte is used.
  • Plug-in type 1AO(just for EMA90 and 96)
  • In order to have the availability of 1 analog output 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA galvanically isolated, is used.
  • Plug-in type 2DO
  • For adding 2 digital outputs to those 2, already available as standard, for a total amount of 4 digital outputs.
  • Plug-in type 2DO/R (only for EMA96 AND EMA90)
  • In order to have the availability of 2 digital relays output (250 V-5A resistive load) is used.
  • Plug-in type 4DI
  • For adding 4 digital inputs, to those already available as standard, for a total amount of 6 digital inputs.
  • Plug-in type S232/485
  • For adding 4 digital inputs to digital inputs already available. totally there are 6 digital inputs.
  • Plug-in type PF/S
  • In order to have the availability of PROFIBUS-DP, protocol port, baud rate max 3 Mbps.
  • Plug-in type ETH
  • In order to have the availability of Ethernet RJ45 port, protocol MODBUS-TCP/HTTP/FTP/SMTP/SNMP.
Applications
  • Refinery
  • Electronics industry
  • Power industry
  • Packaging Industry
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Automotive industry
  • Marine and shipbuilding industry
  • Road Construction industry
  • Food industry
  • Telecommunications industry
  • Military and defense industry
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Power Plant industry
  • Panel building companies
  • Steel industry
  • Instrumentation Companies
  • Textile industry
  • Education and Laboratory industry
  • Publishing and Printing industry
  • Rubber and plastics industry
  • Manufacturing of metal products
  • Machinery and equipment industry
  • Industrial machinery, electrical appliances
  • Manufacturing of radio, television, communication devices and gauging devices
  • Measurement devices, medical and optical industry
  • Sugar industry
  • Materials and pharmaceutical products industry
  • Chemical products industry
  • The computer industry and related activities
  • Engineering services industry
  • Building industry
  • Tile and Ceramic industry
  • Cement, lime and plaster industry
  • Transport, warehousing and communications industry
  • Railway and subway industry
  • Meteorological industry
  • Science and Technology Education
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Automation industry
  • Charger, inverter and converters manufacturers
  • Cathodic protection companies
  • Transformer manufacturing companies