Energy Metering ICs

Analog Devices’ energy measurement solutions address the challenges of next-generation smart meter architectures. The ADE family of energy metering ICs is ideal for measuring active energy (kWh), apparent energy (kVA), reactive energy (kVAR), rms, and power quality with the highest accuracy in single phase and polyphase revenue meters, industrial instruments, and energy monitoring applications. ADI’s energy measurement ICs combine analog-to-digital converters with fixed-function digital signal processors to perform critical measurements, while providing unparalleled functionality and ease of use.
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A New Single Phase Energy Meter IC with Self-Calibration to Accelerate Time to Market

ADE9153A- Chip

ADE9153A is a highly accurate energy metering IC with the mSure® self-calibration feature. mSure allows meters to automatically calibrate current and voltage channels without other calibrated sources or reference meters when a shunt resistor is used as a current sensor. mSure self-calibration supports Class 1 and Class 2 meters.

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Analog Devices partners with leading utilities and meter manufacturers who are interested in enabling next-generation electricity meters and integrating cloud analytics services for meter heath management and revenue protection. To receive more information, click the link below to fill out the request form.

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Energy Metering IC with mSure® Self Calibration

Learn about the ADE9153A single phase energy meter and how it improves energy efficiency in applications such as intelligent lighting, data centers, EV charging, and machine health monitoring systems.

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Real-Time Meter Health Monitoring and Intelligence for Data Driven Decisions

Get an overview of ADI's mSure in-meter diagnostics and edge-to-cloud meter analytics service with Meter Health and Revenue Protection modules.

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The Next Generation of Power Quality Monitoring Technology

The Next Generation of Power Quality Monitoring Technology

Learn about the different types of power quality disturbances that can affect industrial equipment, what standards are at play to monitor them, and the solutions to mitigate their impact.

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Taking Control of Smart Meters with Diagnostic Data

Get real-time visibility into your entire meter population’s health to plan your meter replacement strategy, verify accuracy, schedule maintenance, and discover tampering with confidence.

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