100A Digital Voltage & Energy Meter LCD + Ammeter Power Factor Frequency & Current - RV & Home Use
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Usage: Great for monitoring Voltage anywhere in the home -- up to 100 Amps AC -- so it could monitor the entire panel in a 100 AMP North American (NA) Style Service (USA/Canada/Mexico/El Salvador etc.), for example.
It requires threading at least one wire through the included coil. So at least one wire must be detached in the circuit you wish to monitor, threaded through the coil, and reattached. This process is explained below and in the diagrams.
It is 50Hz or 60 Hz -- so current monitoring will be accurate for 110 or 220V 50Hz or 60Hz service. The Power Factor calculations will be correct for 50 or 60Hz.
In a 110-0-110 configuration of 220V (NA style) the current would be measured on the Neutral (common - colored white) lead. You would pass the common (White) lead through the coil. (A 50 AMP NA Motorhome has this configuration as well) The Voltage would be measured across the two (2) HOT leads (Usually red & Black)
In a 110V volt configuration (30 AMP Motorhome) you can pass the hot lead through the coil and re-attach it. The Voltage leads would go across the Hot (Black) and Neutral (White).
RV or Motorhome: This can be used in a Motorhome and does NOT require re-routing leads. You will have to remove and re-attach at least one lead in either case. That Smartphone you own...? Take a picture BEFORE you start!.
For North America (Including Mexico etc.)
A 30 AMP motorhome is 110 volt. That plug you're holding... it's a high amperage 110V 30 AMP plug. The connection is a 110-0 + Ground connection using three (3) wires -- where 0(Zero) means neutral. It is NOT a dryer plug. Don't let confused handymen or unskilled electricians convince you otherwise. If this is unclear -- have someone read it to you slowly. Your RV is worth how much? Don't be insulted -- just get the point!
Look for a Leviton 7313-S00 30 Amp, 125 Volt, NEMA TT-30R, 2P, 3W, Flush MTG Receptacle if you plan to provide outdoor power to your RV. Use #10 wire. Add a 30 AMP breaker to your panel and use 110Volts. Hot to Brass, Neutral to silver, green (or bare wire) in the standard cable you run from your panel is ground and ground is attached to the metal socket-holder as well as the socket.
A 50 AMP motorhome is the split 110V-0-110V (25 AMPs per leg) style of connection that requires four (4) wires including ground.
Don't understand the circuit diagrams in the pictures? Think the explanation is electro-gobbeldy-gook? Get help BEFORE you start.
Operating Temperature: 0-40 degrees
Dimensions: 85 * 47 * 28mm / 3.35 * 1.85 * 1.10in
Accuracy Class: 1% -2%
Display Type: Digital Only
DIY Supplies: Electrical
Power Supply: AC
Model Number: P06S-100