Netvox 3-Phase Current Meter

  • LoRaWAN wireless three-phase current detection
  • Easy installation with Clamp-On CT
  • Remotely accessing real-time data helps energy management decisions
  • Battery-operated device with split-core current transformer for precise measurements
  • 3+ Year Battery Life (20 readings per day)
  • 10km wireless range

The LoRaWAN wireless three-phase current detector Netvox R718N37 detects three-phase electrical input current. This meter is designed for enterprises who want to cut operational costs while optimizing energy use. This device’s wireless features enable monitoring and evaluating power usage in business settings easily, resulting in enhanced efficiency and streamlined operations.

The Netvox Wireless meter is simple to install and works with three-phase electrical systems to ensure exact current measurement and tracking across all phases. The R718N37 device is battery operated and derives the load AC value via the current transformer. The split-core current transformer is used in the R718N37 device, which is readily attached to the measurement equipment. The communication protocol is entirely compatible with the LoRaWANTM Protocol. (Class A).

Use Case Applications:

  • Manufacturing Facilities: Monitor production line, machine, and equipment energy consumption in manufacturing plants. Companies can optimize production, reduce operational expenses, and save energy by detecting inefficiencies and energy waste.
  • Office Buildings: Helps property managers and building owners track energy use in large office complexes. This data can help minimize energy use in lights, HVAC, and office equipment, saving money and improving sustainability.
  • Retail Stores and Shopping Malls: Helps store and mall owners understand energy consumption patterns. This data can optimize store layouts, lighting systems, and HVAC operations, reducing energy expenditures and improving customer experiences.
  • Data Centers: Operators monitor energy usage across systems and implement energy-efficient techniques to reduce energy consumption, operational costs, and building efficiency.