The meter supports RS-485 Schneider Electric protocol.
There are different software systems and methods you can use to access
or display the meter data. This can range from using a simple protocol
register interface to read stored values in the meter registers, to
viewing intelligent information from the meter through an energy management
system. The cable should be connected to terminals 23, 24 and 25.
The default communication address of the meter is 01.
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