Energy consumption and load monitoring for electrical devices

Monitor power consumption and load of any mains-connected electrical device to gain insight into energy consumption at substations, factories and buildings.


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Product description

This MCF88-LW12PLG compact LoRaWAN energy meter can be used to monitor power consumption of the attached load. It comes equipped with a rechargeable battery for power failure detection. The Energy Meter plug can also be switched on or off remotely, allowing for switching any connected device on or off. 



  • LoRa Class C
  • Measuring and switching 230Vac – 16Amp
  • Configurable default power on state
  • Active, reactive and apparent power, voltage and current
  • NFC for node setup, firmware update and data readout
  • Power supply via the grid
  • Rechargeable battery for power failure notification

Software functionality

The online Withthegrid application is designed to give the user a complete overview of asset performance. As a result, alerts can be set for each deviation which will be delivered to the user via email as well as visualized in the platform dashboard. The dashboard features time series data, geographic visualization, asset condition overviews and data exports. In short, you will be in total control of your assets and the overview can be enriched with manual measurements from the field.

Deep integration with this Energy consumption and load monitoring device allows you to:

  • Automatically detect anomalies
  • Monitor the performance of your assets with an IO output
  • Monitor follow-up actions for your personnel

Device specification

Brand MCF88
Version LW12PLG
Communication LoRaWAN class C
Operating temperature range -10 + 70C °
Dimensions 115 x 66 x 30 mm

More information regarding the products specifications, requirements and benefits can be found in the datasheet. The datasheet can be retrieved from the datasheet button on the left-hand site of the page.