PMC-592 Multi-Circuit Power Monitor

The PMC-592 Multi-Circuit Power Monitor is the ultimate solution for PDU, LVDB and Load Center applications that require multi-circuit monitoring. Housed in a compact metal enclosure, the PMC-592 is perfectly suited for applications that require high density metering. The PMC-592 features quality construction with multifunction and High-Accuracy measurements, two Mains Inputs, up to 84 Branch Circuit Inputs and an optional 7” Touch-Screen HMI. The PMC592 comes standard with two Digital Inputs for status monitoring, two Digital Outputs for control or alarming as well as two RTD Inputs for temperature measurements.

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  • Harmonics on Mains and all Branches
  • Max. Demands and Max./Min.
  • 4-Level Alarming – HH, H, L and LL
  • 2xDI, 2xDO and 2xTemp. Inputs
  • Battery-backed Real-Time Clock
  • Ethernet, RS-422/232/485
  • Embedded Web Server
  • Multi-Protocol Support
  • User Friendly 7″ Color Touch Panel
  • Industrial Grade Components
  • Tropicalization & Extended Temp. Rang



  • 1000 events time-stamped to ±1ms resolution
  • Setup changes, Power-On/Off, Alarms, Diagnostics and I/O operations

Digital Inputs

  • 2 Channels, volt free dry contact, 24VDC internally wetted
  • External status monitoring with programmable debounce
  • 1000Hz sampling
  • Tariff Switching based on DI Status for Main and GenSet accumulation

Digital Outputs

  • 2 Channels for external control and alarm – 5A@250VAC/30VDC

RTD Input

  • 2 Channels PT100 (sensor not included)

Real-Time clock

  • 6ppm battery-backed Real-Time Clock (<0.5s per day)

System Integration

  • Supported by CET’s PecStar® iEMS and iEEM

Easy integration into other Automation, Energy Management, BMS or SCADA systems via Modbus RTU/TCP and SNM


P1/HMI – DB9 Connector

  • Modbus RTU
  • Compatible with RS-232/422/485
  • 1,200 to 38,400 bps

P2 – RS-485

  • Modbus RTU
  • Optically Isolated
  • 1,200 to 38,400 bps
  • Optional connection with up to 4 external DI Modules

P3 – Ethernet

  • 10/100BaseT
  • Modbus TCP and Modbus RTU over TCP protocols
  • Firmware upgrade via Ethernet port
  • Configurable IP Port Number for Modbus TCP and HTTP