DS1600 provides modular communication platforms, including GSM/GPRS, PLC and Low Power Radio for WAN/LAN communications. Options for HAN communications can be included each as M-Bus or ZigBee.
All methods of communication allow the meter registers and security data to be read electronically from a laptop, hand-held device or by HES remotely, greatly reducing the possibility of manual meter reading errors. The same data is available via the meter auxiliary terminals and the exchangeable communication module.
Accuracy Class 1.0 to IEC 62053-21
Unidirectional or bi-directional measurement
Active and reactive energy measurement
Large digit multilingual display with OBIS information indication on backlite LCD
High security, compact design
Exchangeable communication module
Extensive security data
IP54 Mechanical Protection
Configurable TOU measurement
IEC 62056-21 optical communications and serial communications
Exchangeable modules configured for:
- PLC/RF Mesh
Maximum demand, Voltage and current instrumentation values registration
The internal contactor can be disconnected locally or remotely by the Utility. It can be driven directly or driven by the meter at load limiting thresholds, credit expiry or defined events occurrence.
DS1600 adopts the latest STS/CTS standards for prepayment. It offers high-security features including main and terminal
cover removal detection and magnetic field manipulation detection protect the meter and module from fraud or tampering.
DS1600 can be configured by the customer to display English characters or OBIS identification codes.
An optional battery can support the display during power outages.
|Network||1 Phase 2 Wires network|
|Nominative standard||IEC 62052-11
|Maximum current||Imax up to 80A|
|Reference frequency||50Hz or 60Hz +/- 5%|
|Power consumption||Voltage circuit <1W, <2.5VA Current circuit < 0.25VA @ Imax|
|Temperature||Operation: -40º to + 55º C
Storage: -40º to + 85º C
|Enclosure||IP54 IEC 60529:1989|
|Communication||Local: Optical, RS-485|
|8||Time-of-Use (TOU) registers|
|4||Maximum demand (MD) registers|
|12||Change of season dates|
|12||End of billing dates|
|Independent day control|