Energy Tracking’s Web Enabled Pulse Logger (WEPM) meets the need for a low cost device for submetering to record pulses from Utility gas / electric meters as well as pulses from flow meters such as steam, oil, water, propane, etc. The WEPM is a versatile 4-channel pulse data logger with load profile functionality and Ethernet communications. Consumption data are easily acquired in real-time via email, ftp, Web Service client or via direct access to its internal web server.
WEPM’s Features and Capabilities:
View Load Profile data using the built in Web Server.
Transmits reports via email, ftp or Web Service client.
CC a secondary email recipient.
Open Protocols XML, HTTP, SMTP, SNTP, FTP, DHCP, DNS, SOAP.
Compact size 3.0" X 3.25" X 1.25".
Comes with a 110~240 VAC to 9VDC power supply.
RJ45 Ethernet Network jack.
ROHS Compliant for Europe.
Safe log-in to the Web Server via password authentication.
Secure data storage in non volatile memory with Lithium Ion Battery backup.
Lithium Ion Battery backup for storing data during power outages.
Recharging of Lithium Ion battery occurs automatically.
High measurement rate of up to 90 pulses per second.
Compatible with any network using DHCP or static IP Addressing.
Uses SNTP for highly accurate time stamping.
Day Time client integrated if SNTP server is not accessible.
International Time Zone support.
Logging interval from 1 minute to 60 minutes.
Reporting interval from 1 minute to hourly, daily, or weekly.
16 character alpha numeric ID.
20 character alpha numeric Serial Number.
80 character Location / Address.
User configurable SNTP server.
Time Stamps can be in USA or European format.
Applications & Advantages:
Uses existing network and eliminates costly telephone lines.
Acquire Remote meter / sensor / transducer readings.
Use with any device that provides a dry contact pulse output (also known as a KYZ output).
Multiple channels to measure different sources.
Fast reporting of load profile data - every 1 minute if necessary.
Can simultaneously report via email, ftp and web service.
Interval data will help understand and improve consumption patterns.
Leverage the benefits of accurate real time energy usage.
Highlight anomalies in consumption.
Your Local Utility may provide a pulse output from their meter - possibly lowering costs of installing a second electric meter.
The WEPM Manual provides extensive operation details, Click Here
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