Acti 9 iEM3000

3-phase DIN rail-mounted energy meters

Part of 9 Series

Feature-rich energy meter for DIN rail, modular enclosures in commercial and non-critical buildings.

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Acti 9 iEM3000 series energy meters are a cost-attractive, feature-rich energy meter for DIN rail, modular enclosures. With native Modbus, BACnet, M-bus and LON protocol support, you can easily integrate these meters into commercial and non-critical buildings to add simple energy management applications to virtually any BMS, AMR or EMS system.

More than just kWh meters, the Acti 9 iEM3000 series meters provide a full view of both energy consumption and on-site generation with full four-quadrant measurement of active and reactive energy delivered and received. Additionally, extensive real-time measurements (V, I, P, PF) give customers greater detail on their energy usage, and multiple tariffs give customers the flexibility to match the billing structure of their utility. iEM3000 meters are fully compliant with the Acti 9 communication system.


  • Accuracy class 1.0 and 0.5S for active energy metering.

  • Accuracy class 2 for reactive energy metering.

  • Compliance to regulations EN50470-1/3 (MID), IEC 61557-12, IEC 62053-21/22, IEC 62053-23.

  • Graphical display for easy viewing.

  • Compact size mounts easily on DIN rail with two clips.

  • Anti-tamper sealing parts prohibit accessibility to all metering connections (voltage, current, DI/DO) and ensure the integrity of your data.

  • Internal clock saves the date and time of the last reset.

  • Internal clock saves date and time for 48h in case of power outage.

  • Multi-tariff selection by digital inputs or internal clock.

  • Digital output for alarming or configured as pulse output.

  • WAGES monitoring.


Optimize your energy consumption & enable energy efficiency practices

  • Collect and analyze energy consumption data from each area for each type of load or circuit.

  • Gain an accurate understanding of business expenses by allocating the energy-related costs.

  • Use information to implement actions designed to reduce energy consumption.
  • Monitor the energy consumption of your tenants or customers and establish accurate invoices.
  • Drive energy-efficient behavior.


Cost management applications

  • Bill checking to verify that you are only charged for the energy you use.

  • Sub billing individual tenants for their energy consumption, including WAGES.

  • Aggregation of energy consumption, including WAGES, and allocating costs per area, per usage, per shift, or per time within the same facility.
  • Basic metering of electrical parameters to better understand the behavior of your electrical distribution system.

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