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A-Series* II Branch Circuit Monitoring
GE Industrial Solutions

A-Series* II Branch Circuit Monitoring

The path to saving energy starts with energy monitoring. With its ability to identify usage down to the individual branch circuit, this panelboard delivers that information, so people can act on it.


 

Just tie your AQ or AE A-Series II panelboard with branch circuit monitoring (BCM) into a building

automation system for circuit meter usage tracking and detailed energy power monitor capabilities.

Features and Benefits

  • Monitors each circuit in the panelboard (42 circuits,100A max), with option of monitoring the mainbreaker, resulting in maximum monitoring capability.
  • Monitors voltage, amperage, power, and energy - reporting a significant amount of data to analyze for potential cost-saving actions.
  • User configurable alarm registers allow you to set thresholds, which helps with load management.
  • Communicates via Modbus RTU, a versatile and widely used protocol.
  • A-Series II panelboard features:
    - Symmetrical design - top or bottom mount
    - Galvanized enclosures with removable endwalls
    - Flush or surface mounting
    - Interiors that allow straight-in wiring
    - Field-installable, 200% neutral for non-linear loads
    - Branch-bus direct connection
    - Captive hardware on branch breakers
    - Bussed TVSS for maximum surge protection
    - Optional door-in-door or front-hinged-to-box door
    - NEMA Type 1, 3R/12 or 4/4X enclosures
  • BCM features:
    - IEC Class 1 metering accuracy
    - Monitor up to 126 panelboards on one RS-485 drop
    - Reports volts, amps, power, and energy for each circuit
    - Monitors 42 circuits (and optional mains)
    - 4 configurable alarm thresholds improve load management
    - Ability to set the orientation and numbering of the circuits
    - 1/4 to 100 amp monitoring - the widest range available
    - 1, 2, 3 pole breaker support
    - 5 year warranty
    - Modbus RTU via RS485 communications