Multi-interface electronic control unit

CatEnergy Energy control unit


The Mors Smitt CatEnergy Energy control unit provide an all in one proven, reliable, accurate and cost-effective solution for rolling stock. Including all standard function for Energy Measurement data handling System according to EN 50463, the CatEnergy Electronic Control unit is the perfect compact solution for energy measurement system completion on existing or new build rolling stock.


  • Data Handling System (DHS) AC and/or DC according to EN 50463
  • AC Energy Calculation Function (ECF~)  according to EN 50463
  • Modular and Scalable data communication to train network and ground server
  • Data communication compliant with most of existing Data collecting server in Europe
  • Diagnostic data communication
  • Display of energy consumption

Data Handling System

  • AC and/or DC Energy Data compilation for 1 or 5min
  • Date and localization on each energy data
  • Storage 2 month minimum


  • GSM modem 2G GPRS, 3G, 3G+, 4G compliant
  • GPS receiver 72 channels, multi GNSS receiver (GPS/QZSS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BEIDOU)
  • 1 Sim card slot mini SIM (2FF)
  • Display of Energy consumed and regenerated, active (kWh) and reactive (kvarh), 2 lines (one for the energy type, one the energy value)
  • Energy Calculation Function
  • Class 0,2R for AC Energy Calculation Function according to EN 50463
  • Interface
  • 2 Ethernet ports M12 D coding; 10/100Mb; Full duplex compliant for train network or sensor connection
  • Led for diagnostic status display
  • TNC & SMA socket for GPS & GSM antenna connection

Operating Temperature

  •  -25°C to +65°C, class T3 according to EN 50155

Power supply

  • Full range from 24 to 110Vdc


  • Category OV1 according to EN50124-2

IP rate

  • IP20 according to EN 60529

 Fire and Smoke

  • R22, HL3 according to EN 45545-2

Total weight

  • 3kG


  • 260 * 135 * 152 (length * height * width)


  • Inside train mounting (cabinet, on frame, etc.)

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