The CANopen is a kind of network protocols evolving from CAN (Controller Area Network) bus, it was used on car control system in early days, and has been greatly used in various applications, such as vehicles, industrial machine, building automation, medical devices, maritime application, restaurant appliance, laboratory equipment and research. The PM-3133-RCT-CPS provides the error process mechanisms and message priority concepts. These features can improve the network reliability and transmission efficiency. Furthermore, CAN features multi-master capabilities, therefore is especially suitable for connecting “intelligent” devices, sensors or actuators in a system or sub-system into the network.
ICP DAS brings the most powerful, cost-effective, and advanced Smart Power Meters PM-3133-RCT-CPS to the customers which allows them to access the electric usage for three-phase power measurement in real-time. This series is with high accuracy (<2%, PF=1; Input Current >50 A) and can be used in both low voltage primary side or medium/high voltage secondary side. The users can obtain reliable and accurate energy consumption information from the monitored equipment in real time. It is compact and cost-effective, and features “rope-style” Current TransformerRogowski Coil CT is which delivers “easy installation” features for large window size (55 to 105 mm) and mechanical flexibility for tight space. It operates over a wide range of input voltages 10 to 500 VAC which allows universal compatibility. Also, with 2 channels relay outputs, it can be linked with sirens or lightings for alarm messages.
It also provides the CANopen interface for users to easily gather the real-time power consumption information in their CANopen applications. User can use CANopen PDO event time feature to response messages at regular intervals automatically. It makes the communication more efficient when collecting a lot of remote power information. In addition, the PM-3133-RCT-CPS also supports arbitration mechanism which can avoid data collision and error detection.