|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
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|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 1403-MM01A.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The 1403-MM01A Power Monitor II Master Module is manufactured by Allen-Bradley under the 1400 series power monitors. The 1403-MM01A power monitor comes with a nominal measured current of 1 Amp and a measured voltage of 120 to 347 Volts L-N (208 to 600 Volts L-L). The power supply for the AC current is 120 to 240 Volts AC and 50 to 60 Hertz or 125 to 250 Volts DC. The maximum resistance load switching is 10 Amps at 250 Volts, while the minimum load switching is 10mA at 24 Volts. The 1403-MM01A Power Monitor has selectable accuracy and update rates. When the 1403-MM01A update rates are critical, then the 1403-MM01A user can choose the filtering mode or deactivate any unnecessary feature. This monitoring device is also fitted with an event log that records up to 100 most recent events. These events consist of the power up or power down setpoint activation and also the configuration data. These capabilities are essential for any monitoring unit and hence the 1403-MM01A is a suitable device for monitoring.
The 1403-MM01A is designed and developed specially to be able to meet the needs of the producers and the consumers of electric power. Being a microprocessor-based monitoring and control device, the 1403-MM01A is well-suited for a variety of applications. The 1403-MM01A comes with a Power Monitor II Master Module that communicates to the display module through a fiber-optic serial communication link. One 1403-MM01A master module can connect to up to three display modules. In addition, the 1403-MM01A Power Monitor II comes with two high-speed SPDT control relays. These relays function as alarm relays, setpoint relays, and also as relays that are controlled by user-defined conditions. While monitoring a facility, the 1403-MM01A might require a number of power monitors that provide feedback on the facility that is being monitored. This is managed effectively through the use of a PLC processor that allows for integration into the 1403-MM01A ports.