Device name: Shelly Pro 3EM
Device model: SPEM-003CEBEU120
Device SSID: ShellyPro3EM-XXXXXX
Shelly Pro 3EM (The Device) is a DIN rail mountable three-phase energy meter. Enhanced with all the
gen2 firmware flexibility and LAN connectivity, it provides professional integrators with additional options for end-customer solutions. It can work standalone in a local LAN and/or Wi-Fi network, or it can also be operated through cloud home automation services through MQTT, HTTP, and WebSocket. All inbound connections support TLS.
The Device reports accumulated energy as well as instantaneous voltage, current, active, and apparent power per phase in real time. It stores data in non-volatile memory that can be retrieved for a period of up to 60 days in 1-minute intervals.
The Device has a real-time clock to keep the correct time if the connection to an SNTP server is lost.
Shelly Pro 3EM can be accessed, set up, and monitored remotely by the User, as well as the Device can access and communicate with an automation system, as long as they are in the same network infrastructure.
The Device has an embedded Web Interface which can be used to monitor and control the device, as well as adjust its settings.
⚠NOTICE! The Device does not have a built-in relay. Contactor control is provided using a Shelly Pro Addon attached to the Shelly Pro 3EM.
4 Quadrant measurement
DIN rail mounting
Multiple connection types
Current transformer connection
Phase sequence error detection* (option)
No load threshold***
Optical pulse indication of energy usage
Accuracy Class B (IEC 62053-21)
* The Device has phase sequence error detection circuits. This detection works on phase voltages and considers only the zero crossings. The regular succession of these zero-crossing events is Phase A followed by Phase B followed by Phase C. If the sequence of zero-crossing events is, instead, Phase A followed by Phase C followed by Phase B, then a
phase_sequence error is reported when the Phase sequence error detection option is enabled.
** At least 500 W load is required for each channel.
*** In case the total load for the three channels drops below 30 VA per channel the measured power level will be displayed, but no consumed energy will be accumulated to the energy statistics and a
No load threshold notification will be displayed in the Device web interface and the mobile application.
MDU (Multi Dwelling Units - apartments, condominiums, hotels, etc.)
Light commercial (small office buildings, small retail/restaurant/gas station, etc.)
Industrial (factories, power plants, water processing, refineries, etc.)
Agricultural (farms, barns, silos, etc.)
Simplified internal schematics
Device electrical interfaces
4 line inputs on screw terminals: 3 L and 1 N
4 current transformer inputs: 3 for L current measurements and 1 for N current measurement
1 RJ45 connector
⚠CAUTION! Plug in or unplug the LAN cable only when the Device is powered off! The LAN cable connector must not be metallic in the parts touched by the user to plug in or unplug the cable.
Shelly proprietary serial interface
⚠CAUTION! High voltage on the add-on interface when the Device is powered!
Bluetooth (for inclusion purposes)
Each connectivity option can be enabled or disabled by the user.
Internal temperature sensing and reporting
Supported load types
Resistive (incandescent bulbs, heating devices)
Capacitive (LED light drivers, capacitor banks, electronic equipment, motor start capacitors)
Inductive (transformers, fans, refrigerators, air-conditioners)
One tactile dome button
Press and hold for 5 sec to activate Device AP.
Press and hold for 10 sec to factory reset.
Power: Red light if the power supply is connected.
Blue light if in AP mode.
Red light if in STA mode, and not connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Yellow light if in STA mode, and connected to a Wi-Fi network. Not connected to Shelly Cloud or Shelly Cloud disabled.
Green light if in STA mode, and connected to a Wi-Fi network and the Shelly Cloud.
The LED will be flashing Red/Blue if OTA update is in progress.
LAN: Green light if LAN is connected.
Count: Red light will be flashing when the Device is measuring energy according to settings with frequency dependent on the energy flowing through the measured circuit.
94x19x69 ±0.5 mm / 3.70x0.75x2.71 ±0.02 in
62 ±1 g / 2.19 ±0.05 oz
Screw terminals max torque:
0.4 Nm / 4.43 lbin
Conductor cross section:
0.5 to 2.5 mm² / 20 to 14 AWG (solid, stranded, and bootlace lugs)
Conductor stripped length:
6 to 7 mm / 0.24 to 0.28 in
-20 °C to 40 °C / -5 °F to 105 °F
30 % to 70 % RH
2000 m / 6562 ft
Power supply voltage AC:
110 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power supply voltage DC:
< 3 W
Voltmeters (RMS for each phase):
100 - 260 V
Ammeters (RMS via CT for each phase and the Neutral):
0 - 120 A
±1 % (2 - 120 A), ±2 % (1 - 2 A), ±5 % (0 - 1 A)
Power and energy meters:
Channel-to-channel calibration minimum load
500 W per channel
No load threshold:
30 VA per channel
Measurement data storage:
At least 60 days of 1 min data resolution
2400 - 2495 MHz
Max. RF power:
Up to 30 m / 100 ft indoors and 50 m / 160 ft outdoors
Up to 10 m / 33 ft indoors and 30 m / 100 ft outdoors
Webhooks (URL actions):
20 with 5 URLs per hook
Basic wiring diagrams
Phase A input
Phase A live (110-240 V) cable
Phase B input
Phase B live (110-240 V) cable
Phase C and power supply input
Phase C live (110-240 V) cable
Mono-phase live (110-240 V) cable
Phase A current transformer input
Phase B current transformer input
Phase C current transformer input
Phase A current transformer
Neutral current transformer input
Phase B current transformer
Phase C current transformer
Neutral current transformer