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CAN-EZ3

CAN energy meter 3

Like the CAN-EZ2, the new CAN energy meter records electrical and thermal energy flows. It is programmed using TAPPS2 software.

Possibilities

  • Comprehensive energy management to optimise on-site consumption from a photovoltaic system
  • Load management (e.g. to reduce load peaks in a commercial setting)
  • Integration of various consumers such as immersion heaters, infrared panels, washing machines, air conditioners and ventilation units
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Price group 1

without current sensors

Set of 3 hinged current transformers (50 A, the CAN-EZ3 can measure 3x 10 kVA)

Set of 3 hinged current transformers (100 A, the CAN-EZ3 can measure 3x 20 kVA)

Set of 3 hinged current transformers (400 A, the CAN-EZ3 can measure 3x 70 kVA/~300 A)

  • Max. 10 kVA per phase; up to 20 kVA per phase as an option (CAN-EZ3/60)
  • Mounting kit in control cabinet for 45 mm standard installation bezel
  • Scaling of measured output possible with the mathematics function in TAPPS2
  • External clip-on current sensors allow quick change of the measured conductor. Voltage measurement inputs are integrated for all three phases. Connecting the first phase only is sufficient for a less precise measurement.

Inputs

  • 4 analogue inputs
  • 2 slots for direct connection of FTS-sensors

Outputs:

  • 1 S0 Impulse Output

Interfaces

  • CAN-Bus
  • CORA-F
  • CORA-DL
  • DL-Bus
  • Micro SD-Card
  • Modbus RTU

Dimensions housing (W x H x D): 106 x 91 mm, 45 mm standard installation bezel

CAN-EZ3 Firmware

TAPPS2

The CAD software TAPPS2 allows creating configurations graphically for all x2 devices and the UVR1611.

Linux:

Two methods of installation are supported:

  • Debian package (.deb) (e.g., Debian, Ubuntu, Mint)
  • RPM package (.rpm) (e.g., Fedora, openSUSE, Mageia)

For both methods, a menu entry is added to GNOME or the KDE menu, with which the program can be launched. Root authorization is required for installation.

Debian package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i tapps2-1.12-amd64.deb

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

RPM package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program rpm in a terminal window:

rpm -i tapps2-1.12-x86_64.rpm

To update the program (when an older version is already installed), -u should be use instead of -i.

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

TA-Designer

The program TA-Designer enables the programming of the CAN-Touch and the easy creation of an online schema for the C.M.I. and the BL- NET.

Winsol

Winsol enables the recording and evaluation of the data recorded by the data logger (C.M.I., BL-NET or D-LOGG).

Attention: The firmware of the datalogger might have to be updated to use it with the current version of Winsol!

Supported dataloggers:

  • C.M.I. - version 1.25 and above
  • BL-NET - version 2.17 and above
  • D-LOGG /BL232 - version 2.9 or above

Linux:

Three methods of installation for Linux are supported:

  • Debian package (.deb) (e.g., Debian, Ubuntu, Mint)
  • RPM package (.rpm) (e.g., Fedora, openSUSE, Mageia)
  • Raspberry Pi (.deb) version 3 and above

A menu entry is added to GNOME or the KDE menu, with which the program can be launched. Root authorization is required for installation.

Debian package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i tapps2-1.12-amd64.deb

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

Note: When using Linux Mint or Ubuntu (version 18.04 or above) the package "libcurl3" might need to be installed to execute Winsol (sudo apt-get install libcurl3).

RPM package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program rpm in a terminal window:

rpm -i tapps2-1.12-x86_64.rpm

To update the program (when an older version is already installed), -u should be use instead of -i.

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, either simply enter su before executing the command, followed by the respective password query, or prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

Raspberry Pi package

The package can be installed simply by double clicking it in the file manager. If this is not possible, the installation can be done using the command line program dpkg in a terminal window:

dpkg -i winsol-2.21-armhf.deb

Root authorization is required for the installation. For this, prefix the command sudo and enter the password when queried.

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