RPICT7V1 Version 3

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Connect up to 7 Current and 1 voltage sensors to a Raspberrypi.

Rating: Choose the maximum rms current in Ampere the board can support with the associated CT. For any custom setup please opt for "other".

Master Kit:
Contain one RPICT board with 4 master stand off and microcontroller included.
Slave Kit:
Contain one RPICT board with 4 slave stand off without microcontroller.

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RPICT7V1 version 3 - Raspberrypi CT Adaptor


IMG_1128_small.pngConnect 7 Current and 1 voltage sensors to a Raspberrypi



Documentation


  • 7x Current sensor ports
  • 1x ac Voltage sensor ports
  • Arduino IDE programmable
  • Output Active Power/ Apparent power/ Power Factor/ Irms/ Vrms
  • Text based serial output.
  • Atmega328p Microcontroller
  • View/record data using Linux/Python/Emoncms/Nodered/Grafana
  • Stackable - Up to 5 board stack on one Raspberrypi.
  • Compatible with Raspberrypi 2 & 3 & 4.

Package Content

  • 1 RPICT7V1 version 3 Unit.
  • 4 Mounting Stand off.
  • 8 Mounting Screws.
Note: Raspberrypi and sensors are not included in this listing.

Recommended Sensors

  • Voltage: 77DB-06-09 77DE-06-09 77DA-10-09
  • Current: SCT-013-000 SCT-019 SCT-006 or any other current output CT.

Rating

The "Rating" option determines the maximum reading the board can do. the lower the rating the higher the resolution.  If you need different rating per channel choose rating "other" and email us the details of each single channels.

Default Parameters:

* Node ID: 11

* Scan interval: 5 seconds

* Output: Space separated Values (Emonhub)


Default loaded sketch freely available on the wiki page.

Example Ouput (Emoncms):


Rpict7v1_channels_001.png

Stacking boards

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The RPICT7V1 version 3 can be stacked with other RPICT7V1 or RPICT4V3 or RPICT8 to expand the numbers of sensors supported.  See more about stacking in the link below. Stacking Documentation


Reviews

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2019-01-28

Great product, very easy to use!

Instructions are detailed, and once you figure out the few basic setup steps and terminology if you are not super familiar with electrical, it is quite easy to use. Got it work on a Pi3 and Orange Pi.

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RPICT7V1 Version 3

RPICT7V1 Version 3

Connect up to 7 Current and 1 voltage sensors to a Raspberrypi.

Rating: Choose the maximum rms current in Ampere the board can support with the associated CT. For any custom setup please opt for "other".

Master Kit:
Contain one RPICT board with 4 master stand off and microcontroller included.
Slave Kit:
Contain one RPICT board with 4 slave stand off without microcontroller.

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