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energy-meters:et340 [2019-01-21 11:49]
guy_stewart
energy-meters:et340 [2019-09-08 17:45]
mvader
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 ====== Energy Meter ET340 manual ====== ====== Energy Meter ET340 manual ======
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   - Direct connection, either using the RS485 to USB interface with 1.8m cable length, or the 5.0m cable.   - Direct connection, either using the RS485 to USB interface with 1.8m cable length, or the 5.0m cable.
   - Wireless connection via Zigbee   - Wireless connection via Zigbee
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-Note that this model is not stocked by Victron Energy, we recommend to purchase it locally. 
  
 ===== 2. AC Wiring ===== ===== 2. AC Wiring =====
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-==== 4. Multiple Energy Meters in one system ====+===== 4. Multiple Energy Meters in one system =====
  
 To connect multiple Energy Meters, wire each meter to a separate RS485-USB converter. Which are then each plugged into a separate USB socket on the CCGX. To connect multiple Energy Meters, wire each meter to a separate RS485-USB converter. Which are then each plugged into a separate USB socket on the CCGX.
  
 Connecting multiple ET340 meters to the same RS485-USB cable is not possible: the ET340 meter has no display and its Modbus address can therefor not be changed. Connecting multiple ET340 meters to the same RS485-USB cable is not possible: the ET340 meter has no display and its Modbus address can therefor not be changed.
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 +===== DISQUS =====
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energy-meters/et340.txt · Last modified: 2020-07-13 14:28 by iburger