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A9 PowerTag Link RF to IP Gateway

A9 PowerTag Link RF to IP Gateway

A9 PowerTag Link RF to IP Gateway

Item Number: A9XMWD20

Datasheet

Product Dimensions

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Width54 mm

Height icon

Height85 mm

Depth icon

Depth67.5 mm

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Specifications

Design

Range

Acti9

Product or component type

smart communication module

Device application

  • basic energy metering E
  • improved load monitoring E, U, I, P, Pf
  • load alarming

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Local signalling

  • product status: 1 LED (green, orange and red)
  • Ethernet status (LAN ST): 1 LED (green, orange and red)

Mounting position

horizontal/vertical on DIN rail

Height

85 mm

Width

54 mm

Depth

67.5 mm

Net weight

133 g

Range compatibility

PowerTag wireless energy sensor

IP degree of protection

  • IP20 conforming to IEC 60529
  • IP40 (modular enclosure) conforming to IEC 60529

Relative humidity

93 % at 40 °C

Ambient air temperature for operation

-25...60 °C

Ambient air temperature for storage

-40...85 °C

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive

Compliant

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

X

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP1604024

Circularity Profile

ENVEOLI1604024

California proposition 65

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including: Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Others

Certification Number

DC-E-S26-079.1 - IRAM

Product name

Acti9 PowerTag Link

Device short name

PowerTag Link

Connected auxiliaries

up to 20 wireless devices

Maximum supply current

2 A

[Us] rated supply voltage

110...230 V AC +/- 15 %

Connectivity to devices

wireless energy sensor

Communication service

  • Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP server
  • web server

Web server

  • embedded web page
  • BMS controller compatible

Transmission support medium

radio frequency 2.4-2.4835 GHz PowerTag 20

Web services

web page

Application specific I/O

pulse totalising counter

Power consumption in VA

5 VA

Immunity to microbreaks

10 ms

Reset

factory reset on front face

Location of connection

upstream

Overvoltage category

III

9 mm pitches

6 useful

Commissioning interface

  • web page
  • ECOREACH

Compatibility code

Acti9 PowerTag Link

Pollution degree

2

Tropicalisation

2

Operating altitude

0...2000 m

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Weight

186.0 g

Package 1 Height

6.6 cm

Package 1 width

8.2 cm

Package 1 Length

11.6 cm

Unit Type of Package 2

S03

Number of Units in Package 2

36

Package 2 Weight

7.123 kg

Package 2 Height

30.0 cm

Package 2 width

30.0 cm

Package 2 Length

40.0 cm

Package 3 Height

75 cm

WEEE

The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Acti9 PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD) shows only the first 20 PowerTags connected to PowerTag Link HD (A9XMWD100). Is it normal?

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Please see below details from the PowerTag Link User Guide (DOCA0157EN).
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Please note that one PowerTag Link HD gateway can only be paired to ONLY ONE PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD).
Please see below details from the same user guide.

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Therefore, there is no way to display all the PowerTags configured to PowerTag Link HD through PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD).
As a solution you can;

1.Have a separate PowerTag Link Display (A9XMWRD) configured to each gateway with 20 PowerTag sensors.

OR

2. Have configured one FDM128 display to monitor up to 8 PowerTag Link or PowerTag Link HD gateways.
In case of PowerTag Link HD (A9XMWD100) is used as a gateway then max number of 40 PowerTag sensors can be viewed.

For example if a customer wants to view details of 100 PowerTags in FDM128 then architecture with 2 PowerTag Link HD (40 sensors per PowerTag Link HD) and 1 PowerTag Link-A9XMWD20 (20 sensors PowerTag Link) can be used.


Please see more details in the FDM128 User Guide (DOCA0037EN).
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What are the differences between Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10) and Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)?

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Acti9 PowerTag Link C (A9XELC10)
This is a cloud connected communication module which can ONLY be used with Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app.


There is no webpage access to connect to Acti9 PowerTag Link C. All the commissioning steps are performed through the eSetup for Electricians app which is connected to PowerTag Link C using Bluetooth connectivity.
Please see more details in the PowerTagLink C Instruction Sheet and Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) brochure.

Please note that Facility Expert Small Business (FESB) app is not designed to use in residential applications and not supported for solar applications to see energy export values.***

Also, there is no option to log the kWh consumption data in the app or export them as reports.

Please download the Facility Expert SB app from Google Play or App Store and go to ‘Demo Mode’ to explore more.

*** If you are interested in solution for residential applications with solar, please check out our Wiser Energy Management solution.




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Acti9 PowerTag Link (A9XMWD20) / Link HD (A9XMWD100)
These are used to monitor small/medium business electrical equipment via your supervision system through PowerTags Energy sensors.


These can be accessed via a webpage or EcoStruxure™ Power Commission software to configure and set notifications. These gateways itself do not log data.

Alternatively, PowerTag Link/Link HD can be connected to a COM’X 210/510 to connect to a cloud based platform, Facility Expert where you are able to see your energy data as well as your asset status. This platform has a yearly subscription fees and the fee depends on the inclusions in your license.

Please refer the below FAQ video and the PowerTag Link Gateway User Guide.
Set a Panel with PowerTag Energy Using PowerTag Link Webpages
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olAqAX8H3U8