CARLO GAVAZZI Class 0.2 A/V Instruction manual

WM5-96
Smart Power Quality Analyzer
Instruction manual
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WM5-96
Smart Power Quality Analyzer
WM5 96:
• High accuracy (class 0.2 A/V);
• High calculation performances (ARM® technology) for a
fast analysis of the signal (FFT up to the 63rd harmonics);
• high connection capabilities (RS485 115.2 kbps, RS232,
front optical port).
WM5 96 is the state-of-the-art tecnological answer to your
needs of power quality analysis.
Moreover, you can count on a ISO9001/VISION 2000
certified company structure, an experience of many years
and a wide-spread presence both in Europe and all over
the world. All this in order to guarantee the customer with
a top-quality service and the best products.
Welcome in Carlo Gavazzi and our compliments for your
choice. You can evaluate the complete range of our products on the CARLO GAVAZZI web-site:
www.carlogavazzi.com/ac
WM5-96
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Smart Power Quality Analyzer
Class 0.2 A/V
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Index
WM5-96 Instruction Manual
Introduction
WM5 96 philosophy, ARM tecnology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Optical and communication port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Becoming aquainted with WM5
Front panel description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Main measuring page “00” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Adjustment of display contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Instantaneous variables measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
THD measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Digital input status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Digital output status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Energy meters pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Logged events page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Alarm status page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Info pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Programming WM5 96
Programming keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Resets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Access to programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Change password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
CT ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
VT ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
DMD/AVG calculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Installed power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Meters menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Programming example of the tariff parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Display page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Digital inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Digital outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Logic and alarm parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Examples of alarm parameters programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Events selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Analog outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Programming example of the analog outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Serial outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Optical port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Ethernet port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Digital filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Digital filter programming examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Serial number and Meter Info. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Keypad lock, lock of acces to programming and reset menu . . . . . . . . .37
Layout and list of modules
Lay-out and list of modules
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Index
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Installation
Panel cut-out and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Fixing, removing the modules and mounting the instrument to the
panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Sealing the instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Wiring diagrams
1-phase, 2-wire input connections (1P) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
2-phase, 3-wire input connections (2P) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
3-phase, 3 and 4-wire input connections - balanced load (3P) . .40
3-phase, 3-wire input connections - unbalanced load (3P) . . . . . .41
3-phase, 3-wire ARON input connections (3P) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
3-phase, 4-wire input connections, unbalanced load (3P+N) . . . .41
Power supply, analogue and digital output modules . . . . . . . . . . .42
Digital inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
RS485 serial port (AR1034 9600bps, AR2040 115200bps) . . . . . .42
Technical specifications
Input specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Output specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Software functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Wm5Soft parameter programming and variable reading software . . .45
Time period management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Harmonic distortion analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
General specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Supply specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Revenue approval Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Function description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Insulation between inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Used calculation formulas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
List of the variables that can be connected to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
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Introduction
We suggest you to keep the original packing
in case it is necessary to return the
instrument to our Technical Service
Department. In order to achieve the
best results with your instrument, we
recommend you to read this instruction manual carefully. If the instrument is used in a
manner not specified by the producer, the
protection provided by the instrument may be
impaired. Maintenance: to keep the instrument clean, use a slightly damp cloth; do not
use any abrasives or solvents. We recommend to disconnect the instrument before
cleaning it.
WM5-96 Instruction Manual
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WM5 96 philosophy, ARM® technology
WM5 96 is a brand new instrument with a high level of performances
and connection capability. Actually, WM5 96 is a synergy of digital
components that, coordinated by an ARM® processor, allows the user
to perform class 0.2 measurements for current and voltage, the management of 3 serial ports, 8 analogue outputs, 12 digital inputs, 16
alarms and a complete and functional management of the energy
meters tariffs. The ARM® -based microprocessors are used in the upto-date technology such as the palmtop computers: this makes of
WM596 a real computer at the service of the electrical parameters
analysis and of the electrical tariff management, even the more complex one.
Optical port and communication
The front optical port allows a fast and practical communication
between PC and instrument. Thanks to the WM5Soft software it’ll be
possible to read the measurements and programm the instrument
even if the latter is already installed on the electrical board.
WM5 thanks to its great flexibility
allows to set in the menu (pls see
the relevant section) also the modules being installed in the base (display module). In order to make the programming of the
modules easier, it is advisable to note the
identification code (ex. AO2050) and the relevant installation slots (A, B, etc.): we suggest
to fill in the special module on the last page of
this manual.
Basic instrument,
display.
Modules
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Front Panel Description
WM5-96
AL
Smart Power Quality Analyzer
Class 0.2 A/V
1
When switched on, the alarm LED will be active (blinking for a virtual alarm, fixed light for a real alarm).
2
Graphic display.
3
This key allows the user to access programming (only page 00) or
the details of the measurement.
4
Keys allowing the user to scroll the measuring pages, display the
details relating to the measurements: dmM=dmd maximum value,
dmd=avg value, max=maximum value, min=minimum value. In the
page relating to the meters it’s possible to read the value of the
energy counted per month (JAN...DEC), per tariff (T01...T12) and
per phase (L1, L2, L3). The contemporaneous pressure of these
keys also allows the adjustment of the display
5
Optical communication port (standard ANSI).
1
ARM R Powered
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PRG
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measures
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5
4
Main measuring page “00”
a
b
c
d
d1
2
1
3
4
2a
Adjustment of display contrast
When the instrument is switched on, the operating system will be
loaded; this implies a short waiting time (during this phase the
display shows a sand glass which will stop moving only when the
loading phase is completed). Then, the instrument will start measuring and will display the window on the left. This page, called "P00"
page, is the only page which can be configured by the user who can
choose, by means of the programming, which variables are to be displayed in the 3 sections (a, b, c) (see “display page” in the programming menu). The (d) section indicates the consumption of the measured energy (kWh and kvarh), a graphical indicator (d1) allows a quick
reading of the % value relating to the active system power being used
with reference to the installed power value previously set in the instrument. In the other measuring pages, the variable type displayed in the
four sections (a, b, c, d) is pre-established and cannot be modified.
The display of the lower part of the display is common to all measuring pages.
1
Shows the displayed measuring page, the displayed number will
increase or decrease depending on the displayed page.
2
Shows the sequence of the phase rotation L1-L2-L3 or L3-L2-L1
(2a).
3
Shows the current tariff (T01, T02, T03, T04...T12) of the energy
meters.
4
Shows the current time (only if this function has been enabled).
To have a clear reading in every condition of visibility, properly adjust
the display contrast. Press the “
” keys contemporaneously: the
contrast starts increasing; release the keys when the display contrast
has been properly adjusted.
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Measurements of instantaneous variables
a
b
c
d
The various measuring pages of WM5 96 display the necessary information for the quality analysis of the network. To scroll (1) the measuring pages, use the “
” keys; to display the details of the measures,
press the “S” key; to scroll the available details, use the “
” keys
(3); to exit the details displaying phase, press the “S” key.
The details for the instantaneous variables are the following:
dmM=
maximum dmd value,
dmd=
dmd value,
max=
maximum value,
min=
minimum value.
For any information on the meaning of “dmd”, see page 14.
Reset of details. Keeping the “S” key pressed for approx. 2 seconds,
it’s possible to reset each variable of the selected detail (dmM, dmd,
max, min). The instrument displays a message confirming the user he
has entered the reset mode: choose “YES” by means of the “
”
keys , confirm with the “S” key and then select the variable you want
to reset by means of the “
” keys, then press “S” to proceed with
the reset; to exit the reset mode, keep the “S” key pressed for at least
2 seconds.
1
2
3
Thanks to the powerful calculation capabilities of the ARM® technologies, WM5 96 allows an accurate analysis of the harmonics up to the
63rd.
THD Measurements
a
Voltage or current value referred to the relevant measured phase.
(V1, V2, V3, A1, A2, A3).
b
Total harmonic distorsion expressed as a percentage value.
a
b
c
Histogram of the harmonics. To display the details of the harmonics, press the “S” key (2).
An arrow is displayed on the horizontal axis of the graph to identify the
harmonics being examined. To scroll the harmonics one by one, use
the “
” keys (2).
c
1
d
d
Harmonic order (from h1 to h 63), for single phase and the relevant
absolute voltage or current value.
e
Harmonic order (from h1 to h63), the detected conventional sign
(-,o,+) and its relevant value expressed as a percentage.
f
Phase angle between the fundamental and the voltage and current
harmonic of the same order: angle between 0° and 90° and
between 270° and 360° corresponds to a generated harmonic, an
angle between 90° and 180° and between 180° and 270° corresponds to an imported harmonic.
e
f
2
To exit the display of measurement details, press the “S” key.
The phase angle (f) between the fundamental and the voltage and current
harmonic of the same order will be displayed
only if the measurements are taken in a threephase system with neutral.
Note: The display of histograms is available only up to the 50th harmonic (h50). For the other harmonics from h51 to h63 only the numeric values are available.
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Digital input status
a
7
This page displays the status of the digital inputs (b) (0, 1, 2) corresponding to each slot (a). The “ ” symbol will be shown on the right
of a close contact, while the “ ” symbol will be shown on the right of
an open contact, if the digital input is set as “Totalizer” the symbol
“ “ will be displayed.
b
It’s possible to display the values of the cofigurated totalizer (GAS,
Water...) by keeping the “S” key pressed, and scroll the details by
keeping the “
” keys pressed.
To exit the display of the measurement details press the “s” key.
Digital output status
b
a
Energy meter page
a
This page displays the status of the digital outputs (b) (0, 1, 2, 3)
corrsponding to each slot (a). If the contact or contacts are ON, the “ ”
symbol will be displayed. If the contact or contacts are OFF, the “ ”
symbol will be displayed. If the digital output is set as “pulse output”,
then the symbol “ “ will be displayed. The detail function is not available in this page.
This page displays the imported kWh (a), exported kWh (b), imported
kvarh (c) and exported kvarh (d) energy meters. It’s possible to enter
the details of the meters by keeping the “S” key pressed (2), and scroll
the details by keeping the “
” keys pressed (3).
b
c
d
1
2
3
To enter the details of the meters
starting from the division by phase,
press the “ ” key first, to start
from the division by month, press the “ ”
key first.
The countings of the energies can be scrolled divided by:
month (JAN...DEC),
tariff (T01...T12),
phase (L1, L2, L3).
To exit the display of the measurement details press the “s” key.
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Logged events page
a
b
f
c
d
e
1
Thanks to the great logging capability of WM5 96, it’s possible to log
a great number of events and manage their displaying, one by one.
The page always displays the last logged event which is given a progressive number (a). The page is complete with all the important information relevant to the logged event: date (b), time (c), type of event
(alarm, min, max, etc.) (d), variable relevant to the event (e). Should the
alarm refer to an alarm, a window (f) summing up all the set-point
information (see also following paragraph “alarm status page”).
To display all the logged events one by one, press the “S” (2) key, and
scroll the events with the “
”.keys.
a
To exit the detailed display of the events, press the “S” key.
b
c
d
e
2
To display the first logged event,
press, first press the “ “ key.
Alarm status page
Thanks to this page, it’s possible to have the complete control of the
set alarms: ON if enabled, OFF if disabled. For the alarms which are
not enabled, the display shows two horizontal hiphens. The column
under the “ALARM” indication identifies the alarm group, for example
01 to 04 represents the group of the first 4 alarms (from 1 to 4) and
their status indicated on the right.
b
a
1
d1
c
d
f
d2
e
d3
g
h
2
Press the “S” key to display the details (2) of each set alarm (c) (from
1 to 16):
the values of the programmed set points (e),
the alarm type (d): UP alarm if the “AL” symbol is in the (d1) position
as shwon in the figure on the right, WINDOW alarm if the “AL” symbol
is in the (d2) position or DOWN alarm if the “AL” symbol is in the (d3)
position. Moreover, the display shows the alarm status (g) which can
be ON or OFF and the value of the alarm variable (h).
To go from one alarm to the other, use the “
display of the alarm status press the “S” key.
” keys. To exit the
Further information on the alarms and the set-point adjustment is
given in the “alarms programming” section of this manual.
To display the details of the 01
alarm, press the “ ” key first.
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Info pages
METER INFORMATION
STANDARDS:
kWh: EN62053-22 CL.0,5
kvarh: EN62053-23 CL.2
1
P37
METER INFORMATION
TEST OUTPUT CONSTANT:
OPTICAL: kWh+, TOT
1.000 Wh/PULSE
OUT C0: kWh+ TOT
1.000Wh/PULSE
2
P38
METER INFORMATION
a
SYSTEM
1.000 c
CT RATIO
d
PT RATIO
1.000
DMD TIME
15 min e
3
P39
METER INFORMATION
BI3230033001P a
SN
YEAR 2008 b
REV
2.1.5.0 (AV5) c
INPUT 3x230 (400)V d
5 (10)A, 50/60Hz
4
P40
a
b
The last pages in the “display” mode show the main information relating to the programming of the instrument. These data are also available when the instrument is completely sealed.
The first of the 4 pages (1) only the standards to which the instrument
refers (a, b) are displayed.
In the 2nd page (2) the output specifications of the (infrared light) optical port and open-collector output (C0) are displayed if these are used
to retransmit the energy.
In the 3rd page (3) the following data are displayed: system measurement (a) the example figure shows the 3 phase 4 wire symbol, CT and
PT ratio selected (c, d) and the DMD time selected (e).
In the 4th page (4) the following data are displayed: serial number of
the instrument (a), production year (b), firmware release (c), measuring
input specifications, (d).
Programming WM5 96
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Programming keypad
1
2
The “S” (1) key is used to enter programming, confirm the selected or
modified data and go back to the previous data if pressed for at least
2 seconds. The “
” keys at N. 6 are used to scroll the menus and
modify the selected values/data. To modify the values proceed as follows: the “ ” (2) key increases in a cyclical way the selected digit
from 0 to 9, to move to the next digit, use the “ ” (3) key, also in this
case the system is cyclical.
3
Example, enter the value 213: starting situation 000, press “ ” twice
to increase the number up to 2, then press “ ” to go on to the next
digit (on the right); the instrument displays 200, press “ ” once to
increase the number to 1, then press “ ” to go on to the next digit
(on the right); the instrument displays 210, press “ ” three times to
increase the digit to 3, press “S” to confirm the value. If you do not
want to confirm the value, but only to modifiy it, press the “ ” key.
Resets
Measure
PASS ?
0000
> 2s
Access to programming
Measure
PASS ?
0000
> 2s
1
123...
*****MaAIN MENU*****
2
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
c
b
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
e
d
Measure
> 2s
By means of a single command and only from the “P00” page, you
can carry out the reset of all the min. and max. values, the dmd and
dmd max values, the reset of all the logged events and of the alarms
with latch. To carry out this reset command you have to enter some
numeric codes: press the “S” key, the instrument displays the “ PASS? ”
indication. Enter by means of the “
” keys the following numeric
codes depending on the reset you want to carry out.
5784= reset of all the minimum and maximum values;
5785= reset of all the “dmd” and “dmM” (dmd max) values;
7239= reset of all the “events”;
9288= reset of the alarms with latch.
To access the programming menus from the measuring and display
phase, press the “S” key (only from the “P00” page), when the password “PASS?” is requested, enter the correct PASSWORD value by
means of the “
” keys, then confirm by pressing the “S” key
again. If the PASSWORD is correct (for all instruments the PASS value
when they leave the factory is “0”), the instrument will enter the main
menu.
To cancel the choice and go back to the measuring mode, press the
“S” key for at least 2 seconds.
a
Menu title.
b
Menu.
c
Scroll bar.
d
Firmware revision of the instrument.
e
Type of measuring analogue output being mounted on the instrument.
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Change password
***MAIN MENU***
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
1
Measure
> 2s
This function allows the user to modify the PASS value with a new
value (from 0 to 1000). Press the “S” key and when the instruments
requires a new PASS (2) enter the desired value by means of the “
” keys and confirm the new value with the “S” key. The instrument
goes back to the main menu.
a
***MAIN MENU***
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
NUOVA PASS ?
0000
SYSTEMA
min
0000
a TA
CT RAGIO
ORTO
max
1000
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
2
Go back
The instrument shows the maximum and minimum limit of the
value available for the password.
> 2s
123...
Conferma
Modules
***MAIN MENU***
1
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
Measure
> 2s
MODULES CONFIGURATION Go back
2
SLOT A
SLOT B
SLOT C
AO2050 (A0, A1)
ANALOG OUTPUT 0-20mA
> 2s
MODULES CONFIGURATION Go back
AO1059
AO2051
AO2050
3
AO2050 (A0, A1)
ANALOG OUTPUT 0-20mA
Confirm
> 2s
The WM5 96 does not support the automatic acknowledgment of the
installed modules, therefore this information must be entered using
the “MODULES” menu. Choose by means of the “
” keys the
modules menu, press “S” to confirm and then select by the “
”
keys the relevant slot A, B, C, D or E (where slot A is the first on the
top right, watching it from the front of the instrument, and slot E refers
to the central housing). Confirm the highlighted slot with the “S” key
and then select the code of the module (the code is written on the
module itself): the instrument will also display a brief description of
the selected code. The code of the module is placed on the side label
of the module itself. To confirm the code of the selected module,
press the “S” key.
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System
***** MAIN MENU ***** Measure
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
1
> 2s
***** MAIN MENU ***** Go back
CHANGE PASSWORD
1-PHASE 2-WIRE
MODULES
2-PHASE 3-WIRE
SYSTEMA
BAL.
3-PH 3W+1CT
TA
CT RATIO
3-PH
REV.
1 .3W
4 . 2UNBAL
.6
(AV5)
2
> 2s
This function allows the user to select the type of electrical system
choosing among:
1- single phase 2 wires (1-PHASE 2-WIRE),
2- dual phase 3 wires (2-PHASE 3-WIRE),
3- three phase 3 wires and 1 CT balanced load (3-PH 3W+1CT BAL.),
4- three phase 3 wires unbalanced load (3-PH 3W UNBAL.),
5- three phase 4 wires unbalanced load (3-PH 4W UNBAL.).
Choose by means of the “
” key the SYSTEM function (1), press
the “S” key to confirm, then select by means of the “
” keys the
desired system (2) and confirm the selection with the “S” key.
Confirm
CT ratio
***MAIN MENU***
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
1
***MAIN MENU***
CHANGE PASSWORD
MODULES
RAPP. TA ?
1.000
SYSTEMA
min
0.100
aTA
CT RATIOORTO
max
6000
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
2
Measure
> 2s
Go back
This function allows the user to select the value of the CT ratio (primary/secondary ratio of the current transformer being used). Example:
if the CT primary (current transformer) has a current of 300A and the
secondary a current of 5A, the CT ratio corresponds to 60 (obtained
using the following calculation: 300/5). Choose the CT RATIO function
(1) by means of the “
” keys and confirm the selection with the
“S” key. Then select the desired value by means of the “
” keys
(2) and confirm the value with “S”.
a
The instrument displays the maximum and the minimum value
available for the CT ratio.
> 2s
123...
Confirm
VT ratio
***MAIN MENU***
1
MODULES
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
VT-PT RATIO
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
***MAIN MENU***
2
MODULES
SYSTEM
VT RATIO ?
1.000
CT RATIO
min ORTO aTA
1.000
VT-PT max
RATIOORTO TA 6000
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
Confirm
Measure
123...
This function allows you to select the value of the VT-PT ratio (primary/secondary ratio of the voltage transformer being used).
Example: if the primary of the connected VT (voltage transformer) is
20kV and the secondary is 100V, then the VT-PT ratio corresponds to
200 (obtained carrying out the following calculation: 20000/100).
Choose the VT-PT RATIO function (1) by means of the “
” key and
confirm the selection with “S”. Then select by means of the “
”
key the desired value (2) and confirm the value with the “S” key.
Go back
a
> 2s
The instrument displays the maximum and minimum value available for the VT-PT ratio.
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DMD/AVG calculation
*****MAIN MENU*****
1
SYSTEM
CT RATIO
VT-PT RATIO
DMD/AVG. CALCUL.
REV. 1.4.2.6
(AV5)
***DEMAND/AVERAGE***
TYPE
TIME
SYNC
Measure
> 2s
Go back
> 2s
2
***DEMAND/AVERAGE***
TIPO
FIXED
TEMPO
SLIDE
SINCRONISM
Go back
> 2s
3
This function allows the user to select the calculation method of the
DMD/AVG value of the selected variable. To access these functions
select DMD/AVG CALCUL. from the main menu by means of the “
” keys and confirm the selection with “S” (1).
TYPE (2): select the type of calculation mode to be used for the
DMD/AVG calculation: FIXED or SLIDE (3). Select the desired type (3)
by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
TIME (4): select the time interval for the DMD/AVG calculation (5, 10,
15, 20, 30, 60 minutes). Select the desired time (5) by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with “S”.
Where:
Pmax is the maximum
power,
Pc is the contractual
power,
t1 is the selected time
period for the calculation of the AVG/DMD
value.
FIXED SELECTION: if, for example, a time interval of 15 minutes has
been selected, the instrument will calculate the AVD/DMD value of the
measured variable and updates its value every 15 minutes.
Confirm
***DEMAND/AVERAGE***
TYPE
TIME
SYNC
Go back
> 2s
4
***DEMAND/AVERAGE***
TIPO
5 min
TEMPO
10 min
SINCRONISMO
15 min
Go back
> 2s
20 min
SLIDING SELECTION: if for example a time interval of 15 minutes has
been selected, the instrument calculates the AVG/DMD value and
updates its value at the beginning after the first 15 values and then
after every minute, thus generating a window whose width is of 15
minutes and that moves forward every minute.
5
Confirm
***DEMAND/AVERAGE***
TYPE
TIME
SYNC
Go back
> 2s
6
***DEMAND/AVERAGE***
TIPO
OFF
TEMPO
CLOCK
SINCRONISMO
CONTACT
7
Confirm
Go back
> 2s
SYNCHRONISM (6): select the synchronization mode, that is the
method that controls the calculation method of the average/demand
according to the selected time. Select the type of desired synchronism
(7) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
OFF (7): the synchronization calculation starts when you switch the
instrument on.
CLOCK (7): the synchronization starts as soon as the first selected
integration time multiple expires. Example: by setting the integration
time at 10 minutes and the current time at 10:25, the synchronization
will start at 10:30.
CONTACT (7): the synchronization starts at the status modification
(from ON to OFF or from OFF to ON) of one of the digital inputs programmed such as SYNCHRONIZATION or TARIFF (see “DIGITAL
INPUTS”). A consequent status change produces the reset and then
again the starting up of the synchronization.
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
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Installed power
***** MAIN MENU ***** Measure
1
CT RATIO
VT-PT RATIO
DMD/AVG CALCUL.
INSTALLED POWER
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
***** MAIN MENU ***** Go back
2
CT RATIO
VT-PT RATIO
INS. POWER ?
DMD/AVG
min CALCUL.
a
INSTALLED
max POWER
REV. 1.4.2.6
Confirm
1000 W
1000 W
9999MW
(AV5)
123...
> 2s
This menu allows you to set a power value (installed power) that, in the
measuring phase, will represent 100% of the graph indicator “W%”
present in the “P00” page (in the fourth quadrant).
Select INS. POWER ? (1) by means of the “
” keys and confirm
with the “S” key. Then enter the full scale value by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
a
The instrument shows the maximum and minimum limit of the
value available for the full scale of the W% graph.
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Meters Menu
***** MAIN MENU ***** Measure
1
VT-PT RATIO
DMD/AVG CALCUL.
INSTALLED POWER
METERS
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
This menu allows the user to select/set all the parameters of the energy meters. From the main menu, select METERS by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key to enter the METERS menu.
Then choose by means of the “
” keys if entering the programming of the TARIFF (2) or entering the “ENERGY RESET” menu to
reset the meters (16); confirm the selection with S”.
TARIFF (3): the instrument identifies two operating modes.
*****METERS MENU***** Go Back
> 2s
BY DIG. INPUTS (by digital inputs) (3): the instrument manages the
tariff changes by means of the status changes of the digital inputs programmed as TARIFF (see the section dedicated to the digital inputs).
Select BY DIG. INPUTS by means of the “
” keys and confirm
with the “S” key.
*****METERS MENU***** Go Back
BY CLOCK (3): the instrument manages the tariffs by means of the
clock integrated in the RS232 serial module. Select BY CLOCK by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key, then set the
following additional parameters:
TARIFF
ENERGY RESET
TOTALIZER RESET
2
TARIFF
BY CLOCK
RESET
ENERGY
BY DIG. INPUTS
TOTALIZER
RESET
> 2s
3
TIME PERIOD SELECTION Go Back
WEEK TYPE
PERIODS
DEFAULT TARIFF
> 2s
4
TIME PERIOD SELECTION Go Back
SETTIMANA TIPO
MONDAY
PERIODI
TUESDAY
TARIFFA DEFAULT
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
(W)
(W)
(W)
(W)
WEEK TYPE (4): set the WEEK TYPE where for each day you can
select if it’s to be considered a working day or a holiday. The setting
of the week type is very useful to simplify the following programming
of the periods.
Select WEEK TYPE with the “
” keys and confirm with the “S”
key: you enter the window with the list of days (5), select the desired
day with the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key, then choose
by means of the “
” keys if the day is to be considered as a (W)
WORKING day or as a (H) HOLIDAY (6), and confirm with the “S” key.
Proceed as above described with the remaining days. To conclude the
operation and go back to step number (4), press the “S” for at least 2
seconds.
> 2s
5
TIME PERIOD SELECTION Go Back
SETTIMANA TIPO
LUNEDI
(W)
PERIODI
(W) WORKING(W)
MARTEDI
TARIFFA
DEFAULT
(H)
HOLIDAY
MERCOLEDI
(W)
THURSDAY
(W)
6
Confirm
> 2s
Warning: for the management of the tariffs with the “BY CLOCK”
option, when counting the energy with WM5, the AR1039 (RS232 +
RTC) option is to be installed. The tariff management “BY CLOCK” is
however possible also without this module, but in this case the
“CLOCK” function, instead of the “METERS” function is to be selected, and then the subfunction “WITHOUT BACKUP”: in this case,
remember that if, for any reason, the instrument is switched off, the
current DATE and TIME will not be stored. These data will have to be
set again every time the instrument is switched on.
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
TIME PERIOD SELECTION Go back
WEEK TYPE
PERIODS
DEFAULT TARIFF
> 2s
7
Go back
time
8
--
day
--
--/--
W H T
--/--
--
> 2s
Go back
time
9
--
day
--
--/--
W H T
--/--
--
> 2s
00
START TIME ?
123...
01
END TIME ?
123...
00/00
START TIME ?
123...
00/00
END TIME ?
123...
17
PERIODS (7): set the periods to which the tariffs are to be coupled. It’s
possible to divide each day into up to 24 periods. Up to 100 lines of
period selection can be entered. Select PERIODS by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with the “S” key: a table (8) will be displayed which will be empty at the beginning and where the various
programmed periods are to be entered. To set the START TIME of the
” keys,
period (9), press the “S” key; then, by means of the “
select the time from 00 (00 AM) to 23 (11 PM); press “S” to confirm the
selected time and go to the setting of the “END TIME”: select the
desired time by means of the “
” keys, then press “S”.
Afterwards, set the START DATE of the period by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key, then set the END DATE of the
period by means of the “S” keys and confirm with “S”. Once the time
data have been set, the instrument will display a window (10) from
which the period type can be selected, that is either WORKING, HOLIDAY or ALL (the ALL selection will not make any difference between
WORKING day and HOLIDAY, that is the default TARIFF will be
applied): select the desired mode by means of the “
” keys and
confirm with “S”. As last setting, choose the TARIFF (11) to be coupled
to the period, use the “
” keys to select the desired tariff from 1
to 12 and confirm with the “S” key (up to 12 tariff if the management
is carried out by means of internal clock, up to 4 tariffs if the management is carried out by means of the digital inputs).
A new line (12) relevant to the period which has just been programmed
will be added to the table: it’ll be possible to add up to 99 further lines.
The following options (13) are also possible:
Go back
time
10
--
day
W H T
--WORKING
--/-- --/--
--
> 2s
HOLIDAY
ALL
Go back
time
11
--
day
--
--/--
TARIFF ?
W H T
--/--
--
> 2s
1
123...
Go back
time
12
00
01
line :
001
time
13
day
01/01 01/01
day
00INSERT
01 01/01 01/01
MODIFY
DELETE
DELETE ALL
line :
001
W H T
01
W H T
> 2s
Go back
01
> 2s
INSERT: enter a new line (new period); follow the instructions given
from step (9) to step (11).
MODIFY: modify an existing period. Select the period to be modified
by means of the “
” keys, press the “S” key to display the relevant window (13), then choose MODIFY by means of the “
” keys
and confirm the choice with the “S” key. Afterwards follow the setting
procedure as described from step (9) to step (11).
DELETE: delete an existing period. Select the period to delete with the
“
” keys, press the “S” key to display the relevant window (13)
then choose DELETE by means of the “
” keys and confirm with
the “S” key. Before deleting the period, the instrument displays the following message: PAY ATTENTION, CURRENT LINE WILL BE DELETED!!!! WILL YOU CONTINUE? Choose YES to execute the command
or NO to cancel the deleting.
DELETE ALL: delete all the existing periods. Press the “S” key to display the relevant window (13), then choose DELETE ALL by means of
the “
” and confirm with the “S” key. Before deleting all the periods, the instrument displays the following message: PAY ATTENTION,
ALL LINES WILL BE DELETED!!! WILL YOU CONTINUE? Choose YES
to execute the command or NO to cancel the deleting.
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TIME PERIOD SELECTION Go back
WEEK TYPE
PERIODS
DEFAULT TARIFF
> 2s
14
TIME PERIOD SELECTION Go back
WEEK TYPE
PERIODS
TARIFF ?
1
DEFAULT TARIFF
> 2s
15
Confirm
123...
*****METERS MENU***** Go back
TARIFF
ENERGY RESET
TOTALIZER RESET
> 2s
DEFAULT TARIFF (14): it is the tariff (from 1 to 12) which will be coupled to the meters if no other programming is made or for the days
(periods) set as non-working. Select DEFAULT TARIFF with the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key. Then set by means of the “
” keys the tariff (15) that will be set as DEFAULT TARIFF, and confirm
with “S”.
ENERGY RESET (16): reset the ENERGY METERS choosing among:
TOTAL, PARTIAL: resets all energy meters, both total and partial.
TOTAL +: resets the total meters of imported energy.
TOTAL -: resets the total meters of exported energy.
PARTIAL +: resets the partial meters of imported energy.
PARTIAL -: resets the partial meters of exported energy. To reset the
meters, select ENERGY RESET from the METERS MENU (16) by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”; then select the type
of RESET to be carried out by means of the “
” keys and confirm
with “S”. Before carrying out the selected reset, the instrument displays
the following message: PAY ATTENTION, THE SELECTED METERS
WILL BE RESET! WILL YOU CONTINUE?: choose YES to proceed with
the reset or NO to cancel it.
16
****RESET METERS****
17
TOTAL, PARTIAL
TOTAL
+
TOTAL
PARTIAL
+
PARTIAL
-
Go back
> 2s
Confirm
*****METERS MENU***** Measure
TARIFF
ENERGY RESET
TOTALIZER RESET
> 2s
18
***RESET TOTALIZER*** Go back
ALL TOTALIZER
(C1) REMOTE
(C2) REMOTE
(C3) GAS
> 2s
19
Go back
**P
*A
RY
ESA
ET
TTETNOTTIAOLNI
,ZETR
H*
E**
20
SALL
ELETOTALIZER
CTED TOTALIZERS
(C1) REMOTE
WILL BE RESET!
(C2) REMOTE
W
ILLGAS
YOU CONTINUE?
(C3)
YES
NO
Confirm
> 2s
TOTALIZER RESET (18): reset the TOTALIZERS choosing among:
ALL TOTALIZER (19): reset all the totalizers.
The other strings identify the totalizers set before that you want to
reset individually (GAS, HOT H2O, COLD H2O, REMOTE HEATING).
To reset the totalizers, select TOTALIZER RESET from the METERS
MENU (20) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”; then
”
select the type of RESET to be carried out by means of the “
keys and confirm with “S”. Before carrying out the selected reset, the
instrument displays the following message: PAY ATTENTION, THE
SELECTED TOTALIZERS WILL BE RESET! WILL YOU CONTINUE?:
choose YES to proceed with the reset or NO to cancel it.
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Programming example of the tariff
parameters
In the “time periods” table you have
at least 100 selection rows available.
time
00
08
17
00
day
08
17
24
24
line :
01/12
01/12
01/12
25/12
W H T
31/12
31/12
31/12
26/12
Let’s for example take into consideration the following tariff plan
decided by the energy supplier for December.
The working week is from Monday to Friday, while the weekend is
made by Saturday and Sunday. During the working days there are two
different tariffs with the following time periods: TARIFF 4 (T4) from 8
am to 5 pm, and TARIFF 3 from 5 pm to 8 am., while during the week
end there is only one time period and therefore a single TARIFF (T2).
The first thing to do is to program the week type (4 - 6), the working
days will be indicated as follows: Monday (W), Tuesday (W),
Wednesday (W), Thursday (W), Friday (W). While the weekend
(Holidays) will be indicated as: Saturday (H), Sunday (H). As a consequence, the time periods relating to the working weeks will be divided
into the following lines (8 - 13):
First line: START TIME = 00, END TIME = 8, START DATE = 01/12,
END DATE = 31/12, then select “WORKING” and TARIFF “3”.
Second line: START TIME = 8, END TIME = 17, START DATE = 01/12,
END DATE = 31/12, then select “WORKING” and TARIFF “4”.
Third line: START TIME = 17, END TIME = 24, START DATE = 01/12, END
DATE = 31/12, then select “WORKING” and TARIFF“3”. Moreover, a 4th
line will be necessary to identify the NON-WORKING days other than the
week end (Saturday and Sunday): for example December 25th and 26th.
Fourth line: START TIME = 00, END TIME = 24, START DATE = 25/12,
END DATE = 26/12, then select “HOLIDAY” and TARIFF “2”.
The periods are now programmed and the instrument will display the
window on the left.
03
04
03
02
The periods programmed as above only refer to the month of
December, therefore it’s necessary to set a tariff referring to the
remaining time period, which will be referred to as “T1”. In this case
you can refer to the default tariff (14) set as TARIFF “1”, so that the
instrument will automatically refer to TARIFF “T1” when no other programming is present.
004
ENERGY SUPPLIER
Month
DECEMBER
Rest of the
year
Week
from
MONDAY
to
FRIDAY
Time
SETTING WM5
Type
from 8
to 17
Selected
Tariff
Start time
End time
Start date
End date
Type
Tariff
4
00
08
01/12
31/12
W
3
8
17
01/12
31/12
W
4
17
24
01/12
31/12
W
3
00
24
25/12
26/12
H
2
Working
from 17
to 8
3
from SATURDAY
toSUNDAY
H24
Holiday
2
All
H24
--
1
Default tariff 1
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Display Page
*****MAIN MENU*****
1
DMD/AVG CALCUL.
INSTALLED POWER
METERS
DISPLAY PAGE
REV. 1.4.2.6
Measure
> 2s
(AV5)
This function allows the user to select the variables to be displayed on
page 00. Choose the DISPLAY PAGE function (1) by means of the “
” keys
” keys and confirm with “S”, then by means of the “
select the display line where the selected variable (2) is to be displayed
and press “S”. Afterwards select the variable to be displayed by
means of the “
” keys among those displayed by the instrument
(3) and confirm with “S”.
NOTE: only the page “00” can be free configured.
******MAIN PAGE****** Go back
W1dmd
W2dmd
> 2s
w3dmd
2
******MAIN PAGE****** Go back
W1dmd
W3dmd
3
Confirm
W2dmd
> 2s
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Digital Inputs
******MAIN MENU****** Measure
1
INSTALLED POWER
METERS
DISPLAY PAGE
DIGITAL INPUTS
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
***DIGITAL INPUTS***
2
IN C1
IN C2
IN C3
REMOTE
> 2s
***DIGITAL INPUTS***
ING. C1
REMOTE
ING. C2
SYNC
ING. C3LSb
TARIFF
3
Go back
Go back
> 2s
REMOTO
TARIFF MSb
TOTALIZER
Go back
***TOTALIZER MENU***
TYPE
ENG. UNIT
PULSES
4
> 2s
This function allows the operating modes selection of the digital
inputs. Choose the function DIGITAL INPUTS (1) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key. (2) Select the digital input (ex.:
A1=digital input 1 of slot A) by means of the “
” keys, the instrument displays the function of the selected input (the inputs are set on
REMOTE as default), press “S” to confirm the selected digital input. (3)
From the list, select the operating mode to be coupled to the selected
digital input by means of the “
” keys, the functions are:
REMOTE (3): the status of the digital inputs is displayed from the
instrument and retrasmitted (if requested) by the serial communication.
SYNC (SYNCHRONISM) (3): synchronises the calculation of the
“dmd” power by means of an external signal.
TARIFF LSb and MSb (3): This function allows the digital inputs to
control the tariffs in the energy metering. The combination of the input
status manages the tariff change as specified in the table (18-1). If only
the “MSb” (one digital input only) is selected, then the energy metering is possible with a maximum of 2 tariffs: the tariff change will only
be possible between tariff 1 and tariff 3. If only the “LSb” is selected,
then the tariff change occurs only between tariff 1 and tariff 2. The use
of both digital inputs (MSb + LSb) allows the management of tariffs 1,
2, 3 and 4. Press “S” to confirm the selection. Proceed, if necessary,
with the configuration of the other digital inputs.
MSb
LSb
Tariff
off
off
1
off
on
2
on
off
3
on
on
4
(18-1)
4a
4c
GAS
HOT H2O
COLD H2O
REMOTE HEAT
m3/PULSE
min
max
4b m3
Gal
Lit
dm3
10000s
0.001s
1000s
Lit
dm3
Ft3
kWh
TOTALIZERS (3): This function allows the digital inputs to totalize the
gas, water (hot or cold) and the remote heating. From the totalizer
menu select: TYPE (4), to choose what the instrument has to totalize
(4a) GAS, HOT H2O (hot water), COLD H2O (cold water) or REMOTE
HEAT: in this case the WM5 counts the hot water by the digital input
through an external water counter but on the display the relevant value
is reported in “kWh”.
ENG. UNIT (4b), to choose the correct engeegniring unit (4b) to
associate to the totalizer selected before.
PULSES (4c), to set the pulse weigth (4c), that is for each input pulse
the totalizer increases in the chosen value.
Weight of pulse
selected: 10.
Input
pulse
0
10
20
30
...
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Digital outputs
******MAIN MENU****** Measure
METERS
DISPLAY PAGE
DIGITAL INPUTS
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
REV. 1.4.2.6
1
> 2s
(AV5)
***DIGITAL OUTPUTS*** Go back
ALARM
ND
2
OUT D0
OUT D1
OUT D2
> 2s
a
***DIGITAL OUTPUTS*** Go back
ALARM
ND
3
ING. C1
PULSE
ING. C2
ALARM
ING. C3 CONTR.
REMOTE
> 2s
****PULSE MENU****
ENERGY TYPE
PULSES
4
PULSE /kWh
min
max
4c
123...
1.0000
0.0010
10000
4a
kWh +
kWh kvarh +
kvarh -
4b
TOT
L1
L2
L3
This function allows the selected function to be coupled to the selected digital output: pulse, alarm, remote control. Select the DIGITAL
OUTPUT function (1) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with
“S”. (2) Select the digital output (ex.: D0=digital output 0 of slot D) by
means of the “
” keys, the instrument displays the function of the
selected output (a), press “S” to confirm the selected digital output (3)
select the operating mode to be coupled to the selected digital output
” keys. The functions are the following:
by means of the “
PULSE (3): the measured energy is retransmitted by the digital output
by means of pulses. Choose the PULSE function by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then select the type of energy to be
retransmitted: select ENERGY TYPE by means of the “
” keys
and confirm with “S”, the instrument displays the list of energies (4a),
(kWh +, kWh-, kvarh +, kvarh-): select the desired energy by means of
the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key: for each energy it’s
possible to retransmit the total energy metering (TOT) or the tariffs
from T1 to T12 (4b), choose the desired energy detail by means of the
” keys and confirm with the “S” key. At the end of the proce“
dure, the value of the pulse associated to the energy measured by the
instrument is to be decided, that is the number of pulses generated by
the digital output for each measured kWh+ (or kWh- or kvarh+ or
kvarh-). Choose PULSES (4) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key, then (4c) set the desired value of the pulses by
means of the “
” keys, confirm the value with the “S” key.
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ALARM (5): the digital output is enabled only if the expected alarm
status occurs. Select the ALARM function by means of the “
”
keys and confirm with the “S” keys (5a).Then select “ND” (normally
de-energized relay) or “NE” (normally energized relay) (5b) by means
of the “
” keys. To program the values of the set-points refer to
the “alarm” menu.
REMOTE CONTR. (5): the digital output can be enabled by means of a
command sent by means of serial port. Select the REMOTE CONTR. function by means of the “
” keys, then press the “S” key to confirm.
***DIGITAL OUTPUTS***
5a
5
ALARM
ND
ING. C1
PULSE
ING. C2
ALARM
ING. C3 CONTR.
REMOTE
5b
ND
NE
***DIGITAL OUTPUTS***
6
ALARM
ND
Proceed, if necessary, with the configuration of the other digital outputs (6).
OUT D0
OUT D1
OUT D2
The digital outputs highlighted in the
below mentioned table, are subject to
a self test that implies their brief activation when the instrument is switched on.
Their use as pulse outputs is therefore not
recommended.
Code
Description
AO1058
1 relay output
AO1059
AO1035
Slot A
Slot B
Slot C
Slot D
A0
B0
C0
D0
1 open coll. output A0
B0
C0
D0
A0 A1
B0 B1
C0 C1
D0 D1
AO1036
2 open coll. outputs A0 A1
B0 B1
C0 C1
D0 D1
AO1037
4 open coll. outputs A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 B3 B4 C1 C2 C3 C4 D1 D2 D3 D4
(19-1)
2 relay outputs
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Alarm
*****MAIN MENU*****
DISPLAY PAGE
DIGITAL INPUTS
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
ALARMS
REV. 1.4.2.6
1
Measure
> 2s
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*****ALARMS MENU***** Go back
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
2
01
02
03
04
05
(OFF)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
> 2s
*****ALARMS MENU*****
ENABLE
VARIABLE
TYPE
ALARM: 01
ENABLE: OFF
3
3a
OFF
ON
3b
UP
DO
IN
OUT
a
3c
V1
A1
W1
var1
*****ALARMS MENU*****
LATCH
DISABLE
SET 1
ALARM: 01
LATCH: OFF
4
4a OFF
ON
4c
SET 1 ?
min
max
9.0000.
-9999G
9999G
4b OFF
ON
*****ALARMS MENU*****
SET 2
OUT
DELAY ON
5
SET 2 ?
min
max
5a
ALARM: 01
DELAY ON 2: 0.000
0.0000.
-9999G
9999G
DELAY ON ?
min
max
5b OUT D0
OUT D3
NONE-FFT
00000s
00000s
25500s
5c
This function allows you to set the alarm parameters. The instrument is
able to manage up to 16 alarms (real or virtual). Select the ALARMS function (1) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then select
the alarm to be programmed (2) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key, then set the following parameters:
ENABLE (3): enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the alarm; the instrument display the existing programming (a). Select the ENABLE function (3) by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key. Then select ON
(3a) to enable or OFF (3a) to disable the alarm by means of the “
”
keys, then confirm with the “S” key.
VARIABLE (3): set the variable to be coupled to the alarm. Select the VARIABLE submenu (3) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S”
key. Then select the variable to be coupled to an alarm (the list of variables
depends on the selected system) (3c) by means of the “
” keys, then
select with the “S” key.
TYPE (3): set the operating mode of the alarm. UP: up alarm, the alarm
will be enabled if the measured value exceeds the set-point. DO: down
alarm, the alarm will be enabled if the measured value goes below the set
point. IN: internal window alarm, the alarm will be activated if the value is
brtween the two set points. OUT: the alarm will be activated if the value
is outside the two set points. See details on next page “Logic and alarm
parameters”. Choose the TYPE (3) function by means of the “
” and
confirm with “S”. Then, select by means of the “
” keys the desired
alarm mode (3b) and confirm with “S”.
LATCH (4): set the latch function. The alarm will remain ON even if the
cause that has generated it is not present any more. The alarm can be
reset only manually after the user has noticed it. Choose the LATCH function by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then select ON
(4a) by means of the “
” keys to enable the latch or OFF (4a) to disable it, then confirm with “S”.
DISABLE: set the DISABLE function. When the instrument is switched
on, the first alarm condition will be ignored (useful also in case of DOWN
alarm). Choose the DISABLE function by means of the “
” keys and
confirm with “S”. Then select ON (4b) to enable it or OFF (4b) to disable
it by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
SET 1 (Set point 1) (4): set the first alarm set point of the variable. Choose
SET 1 (4c) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then set
the value by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
SET 2 (5): set the second alarm set point of the variable. Choose SET 2
(5a) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then set the
” keys, then confirm with “S”.
value by means of the “
OUT (5): select the output to be enabled in case of alarm. The list will display all the outputs that in the menu “Digital outputs” have been set as
” keys and
“alarm”. Choose the OUT function by means of the “
confirm with “S”. NONE-FFT, virtual alarm with trigger function for signal FFT analysis. The analysis relevant to the 10s that precede the
alarm event will be stored (FIFO) and available for the remote downloading by means of a specific software PowerSoft.Then select by
means of the “
” keys the desired output (5b) then confirm with “S”.
DELAY ON (5): set a delay on activation of the alarm. Choose the function DELAY ON by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
Then set the value in seconds (5c) by means of the “
” keys quindi
confermare con “S”.
DELAY OFF (6): set a delay on deactivation of the alarm. Choose the
” keys and confirm with “S”.
DELAY OFF function by means of the “
” keys
Afterwards set its value in seconds (6a) by means of the “
then confirm it with “S”.
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FUNCTION (6): set its OR or AND logic. Choose FUNCTION by means
” keys and confirm with “S”. Afterwards select by the
of the “
“
” keys the logic function to be coupled to the OR (6b) or AND
(6b) alarm, then confirm with “S”. See details in “Logic and alarm
parameters”. Proceed, if necessary, with the configuration of the other
alarms (up to a maximum of 16 alarms).
*****ALARMS MENU*****
DELAY ON
DELAY OFF
FUNCTION
ALARM: 01
DELAY OFF: 0 s
6
To exit the menu “digital outputs” keep the “S” key pressed for at least 2
seconds.
6a
DELAY OFF ?
min
max
00000s
00000s
25500s
6b
OR
AND
Logic and alarm parameters
-
- Enable.
Each symbol includes all - Variable
the settings described in
- Type
the “alarm” paragraph and
- Latch
listed on the right:
- Disable
SET 1
Set 1
Set 2
OUT
Delay on. Delay off.
Function (and/or)
8
SET 1
SET 1
SET 1
SET 2
SET 2
SET 2
A, B, C... up to 16 locks to
control parameters.
SET 2
Alarm function enabling
UP alarm
Ext. window alarm with
disabling at power on
Alarm is on when value
exceeds SET 1
or goes below SET 2
In-window alarm
Alarm is on when the value
is between
SET 1 and SET 2
DOWN alarm
Example of AND/OR logic alarm:
AND
A: AND
A: AND
A: AND
B: AND
B: AND
B: AND
C: AND
C: AND
C: AND
A: OR
OR
OR+AND
A: OR
B: OR
B: OR
C: OR
C: AND
A: OR
A: OR
B: OR
B: OR
C: OR
C: AND
A: OR
A: OR
B: OR
B: OR
C: OR
C: AND
D: AND
D: AND
D: AND
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Example of alarm parameters
programming
The enabling of an alarm is required when the system voltage VL1-N
exceeds or is below the range 215V - 235VAC. The external window
alarm is selected so that the output is enabled when the measured
value exceeds 235V or is below 215V.
235V
215V
Enabling
Here below you will find the recommended programming:
- Enabling of one of the 16 alarms (alarm example 01 ON)
- Choose the variable to be monitored: VL1-N= V1
- Choose the type of desired alarm: OUT
- Choose if the latch is to be enabled or not: OFF
- Choose if enabling or not the disabling of the first alarm status from
the switching on of the instrument: ON.
- Set set-point 1: Set 1 = 235V
- Set set-point 2: Set 2 = 215V
- Choose to which digital output the alarm you are programming is to
be addressed (the “C0” digital output is to be previously enabled to
the “alarm” function; in the same menu it’s possible to select the
desired type of output: “ND or NE”).
- Should a DELAY ON (delay on activation) be required, set the
desired number of seconds: “5 seconds”.
- Should a DELAY OFF (delay on deactivation) be required, set the
desired number of seconds: “5 seconds”
- Choose the kind of logic with which the alarm is to be treated: “OR”
(see examples of logic alarm: AND/OR).
The disconnection of a load when a set value of absorbed power is
required. For example when 300kW are exceeded, the alarm occurs
300kW
and a set load is disconnected. An UP alarm is selected. Below you’ll
find the recommended programming:
- Enabling of one of the 16 alarms (example: alarm 02 ON).
- Choose the variable to be monitored: W system (W∑)
- Choose the type of required alarm: “UP”
- Choose if the latch is to be enabled or not:“OFF”
295kW
- Choose if the disabling of the first alarm status from the switching of
the instrument is to be enabled or not: “OFF”
- Set set-point 1: Set 1 = 300kW
- Set set-point 2: Set 2 = 295kW
- Choose to which digital output the alarm you are programming is to
be addressed: “D0” (the “D0” digital output is to be previously
enabled to the “alarm” function; in the same menu it’s possible to
select the desired type of output: “ND or NE”).
- Should a DELAY ON (delay on activation) be required, set the
desired number of seconds: “5 seconds”.
- Should a DELAY OFF (delay on deactivation) be required, set the
We suggest you to use a delay of a
desired number of seconds: “5 seconds”
few seconds when disabling the
- Choose the kind of logic with which the alarm is to be treated: “OR”
alarms in order to avoid the conse(see examples of logic alarm: AND/OR).
quence of a switching on and off of the output
and the subsequent damaging of the contacts
due to fluctuations of the measured signal
with a value close to the selected alarm setpoints.
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The instrument is able to manage 2 types of alarms:
1. Real alarm = when the alarm is connected to a digital output
(relay output or open collector output). The activation of a real
alarm causes the switching at fixed light of the “AL” LED on the
front of the instrument.
2. Virtual alarm = when the alarm is not connected to any output. The
activation of a virtual alarm causes the switching at blinking light of the
“AL” LED. In case a virtual alarm and a real alarm occur at the same
time, the latter has the prevalence over the control of the above mentioned LED (therefore it will be ON with a fixed light). By exploiting the
OR and AND functions, it’s possible to connect together more than
one virtual alarm and direct them together to one digital output (relay
output or open collector output). In any case the limit of 16 programmable alarms will still be valid.
Alarm 01
Alarm 02
The above drawing explains the operation of the alarms
described in the example. Having the “OR function been chosen for both the alarms, the operation of the digital output can
be represented by two contacts in parallel. The enabling of
only one of the two alarms will enable also the digital output.
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Events selection
******MAIN MENU****** Measure
1
DIGITAL INPUTS
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
ALARMS
EVENTS SELEC.
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
EVENTS SELECTION MENU Measure
2
ALARMS
MIN
MAX
DMD MAX
DIG. INPUTS
> 2s
****ALARM EVENTS****
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
01
02
03
04
05
(OFF)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
Go back
> 2s
2a
2b
V1
v2
V3
VL
V12
2c
REMOTE (OFF)
SYNC
(ON)
(ON)
TARIFF
Go back
(OFF)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
> 2s
Go back
> 2s
EVENTS SELECTION MENU Go back
3
MAX
DMD MAX
DIG. INPUTS
DIG. OUTPUTS
RESET
> 2s
Go back
3a
3b
> 2s
REMOTE (OFF)
TOT. PAR.
TOTAL +
TOTAL PARTIAL +
PARTIAL -
(OFF)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
PARTIAL +
PARTIAL MIN - MAX
DMD MAX
LATCH
TOTALIZERS
(OFF)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
(ON)
Go back
> 2s
This sub-menu allows the user to select which events are to be
stamped. Choose the function EVENTS SELEC. (1) by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with “S”. Afterwards proceed as follows:
ALARMS (2): select if the alarm events are to be stamped. Choose
alarms by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”, then ,
” keys, decide whether the
alarm by alarm by means of the “
stamping is to be enabled “ON” or disabled “OFF”, by pressing the
“S” key.
MIN, MAX, DMD MAX (2): select whether to store the minimum, maximum and dmd values for each variable measured by the instrument.
Select the minimum, maximum or dmd maximum by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”, then select, variable by variable if the
storing is to be carried out (2b), choose by means of the “
” keys
the desired variable and decide whether to enable the storing “ON” or
disable the storing “OFF” by pressing the “S” key.
DIG. INPUTS (2): select whether to store the status variables of the
digital inputs. Choose DIG. INPUTS by means of the “
” keys and
confirm with “S”, then select one by one the digital inputs of which the
storing is required (2c), choose by means of the “
” keys the type
of digital inputs (remote, synchronism, tariff), then confirm whether to
enable the storing “ON” or disable it “OFF” by pressing the “S” key.
DIG. OUTPUTS (3): select whether to store the status variations of the
digital outputs or not. Select the digital outputs by means of the “
”
keys and confirm with “S”, then confirm whether to enable the storing
“ON” or disable it “OFF” by pressing the “S” key.
RESET (3): select whether the resets which have been carried out are
to be stored or not. Choose RESET by means of the “
” keys,
then select which resets are to be stored (3b), by means of the “
”
keys and select whether to enable the storing “ON” or disable it “OFF”
by pressing the “S” key.
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Analog outputs
******MAIN MENU****** Measure
1
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
ALARMS
EVENTS SELEC.
ANALOG OUTPUTS
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
**ANALOG OUTPUT MENU*
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
2
A0
A1
B0
B1
C0
**ANALOG OUTPUT MENU*
VARIABLE
MIN OUT
MAX OUT
3
OUT
A0
VARIABLE:
V1
a
3a
3b
V1
A1
W1
var1
0.0000.
-9999G
9999G
MIN OUT ?
min
max
3c
0.0000.
-9999G
9999G
MAX OUT ?
min
max
**ANALOG OUTPUT MENU*
Proceed, if possible, with the configuration of the other analog outputs
(up to a maximum of 8 outputs). To exit the menu “analog outputs”,
keep the “S” key pressed for at least 2 seconds.
MAX OUT
MIN IN
MAX IN
4
OUT A0
MAX IN: 0.000
4b
MAX IN ?
min
max
0.0000.
-9999G
9999G
a
4a
MIN IN ?
min
max
This submenu allows the programming of the analog outputs (0-20mA,
0-10V, -5/+5mA). Select the function ANALOG OUTPUTS (1) by means
” and confirm with “S”. Then select the output to be proof the “
grammed by means of the “
” keys (2) and confirm with “S”;
afterwards set the following parameters:
VARIABLE (3): select the variable to be retransmitted by means of the
analog output. Choose the function “VARIABLE” (3) by means of the
“
” keys and confirm pressing the “S” key. Then select by the “
” keys the variable to be retransmitted (the list of the variables
depends on the selected system) (3a) then confirm with “S”.
MIN OUT (3): set the value expressed as % of the output range (020mA, 0-10V, -5/+5mA) to be coupled to the minimum measured
value. The instrument displays also the maximum and minimum value
which can be set (min, max). Select the function “MIN OUT” by means
of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then set the value (3b) by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. MAX OUT (3): select
the value expressed as % of the output range (0-20mA, 0-10V, 5/+5mA) to be coupled to the maximum measured value. The also
instrument displays the maximum and minimum value which can be
set (min, max). Select the MAX OUT function by means of the “
”
keys and confirm with “S”. Afterwards set the value (3c) by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with “S”.
MIN IN (4): minimum value of the variable input range to which the
“MIN OUT” value, retransmitted by the analog output, will be coupled.
The instrument also displays the maximum and minimum value which
can be set (min, max) . Choose the function “MIN IN” by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then set the value (4a) by means
of the “
” keys, then confirm with “S”.
MAX IN (4): maximum value of the variable input range to which the
“MAX OUT” value, retransmitted by the analog output, will be coupled.
The instrument also displays the maximum and minimum value which
can be set (min, max). Choose the MIN IN function by means of the
” and confirm with “S”. Then set the value (4b) by means of the
“
“
” keys and confirm with “S”.
0.0000.
-9999G
9999G
The instrument can manage the following analog outputs combinations:
Max n. 8 0-10VDC outputs; Max n.8
5/+5mADC outputs. Any combination of the
two above mentioned types considering that
each module manages up to 2 outputs. Max
n.4 0/20mADC outputs. Max n.4 0/20mADC
outputs + max n.4 0-10VDC outputs.
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Programming examples of the analog
outputs
Power retransmission by means of a 0-20mA analog output.
It’s necessary to measure a consumed power up to 100kW and
retransmit this value by means of a signal from 4 to 20 mA: the module to be used is AO2050 (2x from 0 to 20mA), the instrument is to be
programmed as follows:
VARIABLE: W∑ (system active power).
MIN OUT: 20.0% means 4 mA the calculation to be carried out is the following: (100*minimum output) / fullscale output =100*4mA/ 20mA=20%.
MAX OUT: 100.0% means 20mA, the calculation to be carried out is:
(100*maximum output) / fullscale output = 100*20mA/20mA= 100.
MIN IN: 0,0k; the multiple k,M,G can be selected on the instrument
according to the chosen VT and CT values.
MAX IN: 100.0k; the k, M, G multiples can be selected on the instrument according to the selected VT and CT values.
Transmission of active consumed and generated power by means
of -5/+5mA analog output.
It’s necessary to measure both the consumed active power up to
100kW and the generated active power up to -100kW and retransmit
this value by means of a signal from -5 to +5mA: the module to be
used is AO2052 (2x from -5/+5mA), the instrument is to be programmed as follows:
VARIABLE: W∑ (system active power).
MIN OUT: -100% means -5mA, the calculation to be carried out is:
(100*minimum output)/ fullscale output= 100*5mA/-5mA=-100%.
MAX OUT: 100,0% means 20mA, the calculation to be carried out is:
(100*max output)/ fullscale output= 100*5mA/5mA= +100%.
MIN IN: -100,0k; the multiples k,M and G can be selected on the
instrument on the basis of the VT and CT values.
MAX IN: 100,0k; the multiples K, M and G can be selected on the
instrument depending on the VT and CT values being selected.
Retransmission of the POWER FACTOR (PF) by means of the
0-20mA analog output.
It’s necessary to retransmit the whole range of the admitted values for
the PF with a signal from 0 to 20mA. Particular attention must be paid
to the value of the PF variable which may vary from C0,001 and L0,000
(for each phase): these values will be retransmitted and will then correspond to 0 and 20 mA. When the PF will have a value equal to 1,
being in the middle between C0,001 and L0,000, the value of the output will correspond to the middle of the scale, that is 10mA. As a consequence, the instrument will have to be programmed as follows:
VARIABLE: PF L1 (or L2 or L3 or PF∑).
MIN OUT: 0,0%.
MAX OUT: 100,0%.
MIN IN: C0,001 (the C symbol shows a CAPACITIVE value).
MAX IN: L0,001 (the L symbol shows an INDUCTIVE value). L0,001
has been chosen as minimum value to be set in order to avoid any
undesirable swifting of the repeated outputs.
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Serial outputs
******MAIN MENU****** Measure
ALARMS
EVENTS SELEC.
ANALOG OUTPUTS
SERIAL OUTPUT
REV. 1.4.2.6
1
> 2s
(AV5)
******MAIN MENU****** Go back
RS232
RS485
OPTICAL
MODBUS: 9600,8,N,1
2
ADDRESS ?
min
max
BAUD RATE (3): select the baud rate of the serial port. Select the
desired baud rate value (3b) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key.
PARITY (3): select the type of parity of the serial port (3c) by means of
the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key.
OPTICAL (2): set the parameters of the front optical port (see next
paragraph “Optical port”).
NO PARITY
ODD PARITY
EVEN PARITY
2b
3
a
PARITY
2a
3a
> 2s
To exit the various menus and submenus, keep the “S” key pressed
for at least 2 seconds.
ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
PARITY
1.0000.
100000
247000
123...
3c
NO PARITY
ODD PARITY
EVEN PARITY
This function allows the user to set the RS232 and RS485 serial ports
as well as the optical port. Choose the SERIAL OUTPUT function (1)
by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then choose the
serial port to be set and the instrument will synthetically display the
previously set parameters (a).
RS232 (2): set the parameters of the RS232 serial port (AR1039 module), if present, then select RS232 by means of the “
” keys and
confirm with “S”, select the type of parity to be used (2a, 2b) with the
“
” keys and confirm the selection with the “S” key.
RS485 (2): set the communication parameters of the RS485 serial port
(AR1034 module, max 9600 bps, AR2040 max, 115,2kbps), if present;
select it by means of the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key.
Then select the following:
ADDRESS (3): select the serial address to be given to the instrument
(from 1 to 247). Enter the desired address (3a) by means of the “
”
keys and confirm with the “S” key.
3b 9600
19200
38400
115200
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Smart Power Quality Analyzer
Class 0.2 A/V
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Optical port
measures
PRG
a
!
d
Sb
e
c
Follow steps (1) and (2) on the previous page, then select “OPTICAL”
(2) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Afterwards,
select the type of protocol/communication mode (4) to be used:
f
****SERIAL MENU****
ANSI
RS232
ANSI
RS485
MODBUS
OTTICA
PULSE
4
**OPTICAL OUT MENU**
ENERGY TYPE
PULSES
5
ANSI (4): standard ANSI serial communication protocol. Choose the
ANSI function by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
MODBUS (4): MODBUS serial communication protocol. Choose the
MODBUS function by means of the “
” keys and confirm with
“S”. Then set the relevant parameters such as baud rate and parity,
see steps (3b) and (3c) on the previous page.
PULSE (4): the port will be enabled for the energy retransmission.
Select the PULSE function by means of the “
” keys and confirm
with “S”. Then select the energy type to be retransmitted (5), select
ENERGY TYPE by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
The instrument will display the list of available energies (5a) (kWh+,
kWh-, kvarh+, kvarh-) (5a); select the desired energy by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with the “S” key: for each energy it’s possible to choose if retransmitting the total energy metering (TOT) or by
tariff from T1 to T12 (5b), choose the desired energy detail by means
of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Finally, set the value of the
pulse related to the measured energy, that is the number of pulses
generated for each measured kWh+ (or kWh- or kvarh+ or kvarh-).
Choose PULSE (5) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with
“S”, then (5c) set the desired pulse value and confirm it by means of
the “S” key.
Note: set the optical port in the MODBUS mode before using it related to the serial communication software “Wm5Soft”.
PULSE/kWh
min
max
5c
The serial optical port (d) transmits the data by means of an infrared
device (e-b). The connection (c) to the PC through the relevant magnetic connector (a) is made by means of a USB port (f) or 232 serial
port (depending on the model being used): the user will then be able
to read, transmit or receive information on the WM5 programming (the
WM5Soft software can be purchased on request).
The optical port makes it also possible to retransmit the energy metering by means of pulses . In this case the light generated by the optical port is not visible because it’s within the infrared spectrum. Set the
desired type of use of the optical port (energy transmission by means
of pulses or MODBUS or ANSI serial communication) before using it.
123...
1.0000
0.0010
10000
5a
kWh +
kWh kvarh +
kvarh -
5b
TOT
L1
L2
L3
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Ethernet Port
*****MAIN MENU*****
EVENTS SELEC.
ANALOG OUTPUTS
SERIAL OUTPUT
ETHERNET PORT
REV. 1.4.2.6
1
Measure
> 2s
(AV5)
****ETHERNET MENU**** Go back
IP ADDRESS
GATEWAY
MODBUS TCP/IP
> 2s
2
IP
MASK
2a
192. 168. 2. 122
255. 255. 255. 0
123...
> 2s
To exit the various menus and submenus, keep the “S” key pressed
for at least 2 seconds.
50200.
100000
655350
PORT ?
min
max
2c
Go back
This function allows the user to set the Ethernet port. Choose the
ETHERNET PORT function (1) by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
IP ADDRESS (2): set the IP parameters. Select IP ADDRESS by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then select IP (IP
” keys and conaddress) or MASK (netmask) by means of the “
firm with “S”. Set the value (2a) by means of the “
” keys, where
the “ ” key increases the value and the “ ” key switches to the following number. Confirm with “S”.
GATEWAY (2): set the IP gateway parameters. Select GATEWAY by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Set the value (2b) by
means of the “
” keys, where the “ ” key increases the value
and the “ ” key switches to the following number. Confirm with “S”.
MODBUS TCP/IP (2): to modify the default port of the Ethernet port
(502), select MODBUS TCP/IP by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Set the value (2b), from 1 to 65535, by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with “S”.
123...
Go back
2b
GW IP 000. 000. 0. 000
123...
> 2s
Digital filter
*****MAIN MENU*****
1
EVENT SELEC.
ANALOG OUTPUTS
SERIAL OUTPUT
FILTER
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
(AV5)
*****MAIN MENU*****
RANGE
COEFFICIENT
RANGE
min
max
COEFFICIENT
min
max
4
Confirm
1,000%
0.100%
100.0%
123...
Confirm
Go back
> 2s
2
3
Measure
4,000%
1.100%
255.0%
123...
Thanks to the digital filter, it’s possible to stabilize the measurements
which are too instable when displaying the relevant values.
By means of the “
” keys, select FILTER and confirm with “S”. Select
the function to be set from the various submenus with the “
” keys
and confirm with “S”:
RANGE (3): set the operating range of the digital filter. The value is
expressed as a %. By means of the “
” keys select RANGE and
confirm with “S”, then set the value as a percentage by means of the
” keys and confirm the value with the “S” key.
“
COEFFICIENT (4): set the filtering coefficient of the instantaneous
measures. By increasing the value, also the stability and the settling
time of the measures are increased. Select COEFFICIENT by means of
the “
” keys and confirm with the “S” key, then set the value by
means of the “
” keys and confirm the new value with the “S” key.
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Digital filter programming
Examples
Example 1
How to stabilize the value of the VL-N variable displayed on the
display, fluctuating from 222V and 228V.
The parameters of the digital filter have to be programmed as follows:
RANGE: the variable has fluctuations within the mean value whose
amplitude is equal to ±0,75% of the full scale rated value of the variable itself (obtained by the following calculation: (228-222)/ 2= ±3V,
then ±3*100/400V= ±0,75% where 400V is the phase-neutral rated
value of an AV5 input). The “range” parameter, representing the action
range of the digital filter, is to be programmed to a value which must
be slightly higher than the percentage amplitude of the fluctuation: ex.
1.0%.
COEFFICIENT: if the new value measured by the instrument is within
the action range of the filter, the new displayed value is obtained by
adding algebrically the previous value to the variation divided by the
filtering coefficient. As a consequence, a value higher than this coefficient implies a longer settling time and therefore a better stability. You
generally obtain the best result by setting the filtering coefficient to a
value equal to at least 10 times the range parameter value.
In the following example: 1,0*10=10, the stability of the filtering coefficient can be improved by increasing the filtering coefficient, the
admitted values are included within 1 and 255.
Example 2
How to stabilize the value of the displayed System Active Power
(W∑), fluctuating between 300kW and 320kW (the load is connected to the instrument by means of a 300/5A CT and a direct measure of the voltage).
The parameters of the digital filter must be programmed as follows:
RANGE: the variable has fluctuations within the mean value whose
amplitude is equal to ±2,78% of the full scale rated value of this variable. This value is obtained by the following calculation: (320-300)/ 2=
±10kW, then ±10*100/360kW= ±2,78%, where 360kW is the rated
value of the System Active Power of an AV5 input, at the above mentioned CT and VT ratios and obtained by means of the following formula: (320-300)/ 2= ±10kW, then ±10*100/360kW= ±2,78%, where
360kW is the rated value of the System Active Power of an AV5 input
at the above mentioned CT and VT ratios and obtained by means of
the following formula: “VLN * VT * IN * CT * 3” where VLN = rated input
voltage (400V for the AV5 input), VT= primary/secondary ratio of the
voltage transformer being used, IN = rated current (5A for the AV5 type
input), CT = primary/secondary ratio of the voltage transformer being
used (in this example “400*1*5*60*3=360kW).
The RANGE parameter, representing the digital filtering coefficient
action range, is to be programmed to a value which must be slightly
higher than the percentage of the fluctuation: ex. 3.0%.
COEFFICIENT: if the new value acquired by the instrument is within the filtering action range, the new displayed value is obtained by adding algebrically
the previous value to the variation divided by the filtering coefficient. As a consequence, a value higher than this coefficient implies an higher settling time
and therefore a better stability. Generally speaking the best result is obtained
setting the filtering coefficient to a value equal to at least 10 times the value of
the range parameters. In the example: 3.0*10=30. In order to improve the stability you can increase the filtering coefficient, the admitted values are included within 1 and 255.
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Example 3.
It’s necessary to stabilize the value of the displayed variable AL 1
(phase current 1), fluctuating within 470V and 486V.
To be able to manage the alarm function and following activation and
deactivation of the relay, this value is not to be subject to continuous
fluctuations. In this example we have considered using a 500/5A CT.
The paramters of the digital filter is to be programmed as follows:
RANGE: the variable has fluctuations within the mean value whose
amplitude is equal to ±1,60% of the full scale rated value of this variable (obtained by means of the calculation: (486-470)/ 2= ±8A, then
±8*100/500V= ±1,60% where 500A is the value referred to the primary
of the transformer being used). The “range” parameter, which represents the action range of the digital filter, is to be programmed to a
value slightly higher than the pourcentage amplitude of the fluctuation:
for example 2.0%.
COEFFICIENT: if the new value acquired by the instrument is within
the filtering action range, the new displayed value is calculated algebrically adding to the previous value the variation divided by the filtering coefficient. As a consequence, a higher value of this coefficient
implies a higher settling time and therefore a better stability. Generally
speaking, the best result is obtained setting the filtering coefficient at
a value equal to at least 10 times the value of the range parameter. In
the example: 2.0*10=20. To improve the stability you can increase the
filtering coefficient, the admitted values are within 1 and 255.
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Clock
******MAIN MENU****** Measure
ANALOG OUTPUTS
SERIAL OUTPUT
FILTER
CLOCK
REV. 1.4.2.6
1
> 2s
(AV5)
*****CLOCK MENU*****
Go back
NONE
WITHOUT BACKUP
WITH BACKUP
> 2s
2
****CLOCK ADJUST****
EURO/USA
TIME ZONE
DATE
TIME
20/06/06
3
08:28:26 AM
3a EUROPE
USA
12/31/06
DATE
3d
123...
3b
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARCTICA
ARCTIC
3c
ADAK
ANCHORAGE
ANGUILLA
ANTIGUA
***CLOCK ADJUST***
TIME ZONE
DATE
TIME
SYNC
20/06/06
4
4a
TIME
08:28:26 AM
10:04 PM
123...
4b
OFF
ON
The backup of the time is only possible
with the AR1039 module being installed.
In the clock menu the clock functions can be set. Choose the CLOCK (1) func” keys and confirm with “S”. The instrument distion by means of the “
plays three functioning modes.
NONE (2): WM5 is not supplied with a clock, therefore it will not be possible
to manage the tariffs by means of TIME/CALENDAR (all functions which are
linked to the presence of the clock will be deactivated). Choose the function
NONE by means of the “
“ keys and press the “S” key to confirm.
WITHOUT BACKUP (2): WM5 will be able to manage date and time but, in
case of power supply failure, it will not store neither time nor date. When the
instrument will be switched on again, the correct date and time will have to be
set again. Select the WITHOUT BACKUP function by means of the “
”
keys and confirm with “S”.
WITH BACKUP (2): WM5 is supplied with a clock and the correct date and
time will be stored also in case of power failure. Select the function “WITH
BACKUP” by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. The function
“WITH BACKUP” can be selected only if the AR1039 module is used. Then
all the information necessary to the clock are to be set.
EURO/USA (3): set the time format as 24h european (00:00) or 12h american
(12:00 AM). Select the EURO/USA function by means of the “
” keys and
confirm with “S”. Select EUROPE (3a), to set the time format as 24h, or choose
USA (3a), to set the time format as 12h.
TIME ZONE (3): set the time zone related to the place where WM5 is installed,
choose the correct time zone (3b) by means of the “
” zone and confirm
with “S”. Then select by means of the “
” keys the correct country (3c)
and confirm with “S”.
DATE (3): set the current date, choose the DATE function by means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”. Then select the date by means of the “
” keys ,
set the date (3d) and confirm with “S”.
TIME (4): set the current time, select the TIME function by means of the “
”
keys and confirm with “S”. Then set the time (4a) by means of the “
” keys
and confirm with the “S” key.
SYNC (4): enables or disables the synchronism of the clock with the digital
inputs enabled as SYNC, the clock at each synchronization pulse will set to
the multiple of the integration time nearer to the current time. Choose the
SYNC function by means of the “
“ keys and confirm with “S”. Then, by
means of the “
” keys, choose OFF (4b) to disable the synchronism or
ON (4b) to enable it and confirm with “S”.
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
Language
*****MAIN MENU*****
1
SERIAL OUTPUT
FILTER
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
REV. 1.4.2.6
> 2s
2
This function allows to set the language to be displayed by WM5. Choose the
” keys and confirm with “S”.
LANGUAGE function (1) by means of the “
Then select the desired language by means of the “
” keys and confirm
with “S”.
(AV5)
*****MAIN MENU*****
USCITA SERIALE
ENGLISH
FILTRO
ITALIANO
CLOCK
DEUTSCH
LANGUAGE
FRANCAIS
REV.
1.4.2.6
Measure
37
Go back
> 2s
(AV5)
Confirm
Serial number and
Meter Info.
*****MAIN MENU*****
1
CLOCK
LANGUAGE
SERIAL NUMBER
METER INFO.
REV. 1.4.2.6
Measure
> 2s
(AV5)
527 70000 T 0017
2
Selecting the SERIAL NUMBER function, the instrument displays the serial number of the instrument. Select the function SERIAL NUMBER (1) by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
Selecting the METER INFORMATION function, the instrument displays
the information relevant to the reference standard used by the instrument. Select the function METER INFORMATION (1) by means of the
“
” keys and confirm with “S”. Choose the desired standard by
means of the “
” keys and confirm with “S”.
Note: the selected standard is displayed in the Info pages too.
EN
CAN
ANSI
Keypad lock, lock of access to programming and reset menu
By turning the screwdriver anticlockwise to the end-of-stroke of the
relevant trimmer, as shown in the figure on the left (a), it’s possible to
lock the access to the programming of the instrument both from keypad and from serial communication. Moreover, after locking the keypad it will not be possible to carry out the reset commands any more.
However, it will be still possible to scroll all the display pages and the
relevant details.
a
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Layout and list of modules
WM5-96 Instruction Manual
WM5 96 AV53 H XX XX XX XX XX
Description
Ch Part No.
Legend
AD2001
WM5 96
AD2000
WM5 96
Model
WM5-96 with optical port
ANSI C12.18 type
WM5-96 without optical port
(Range code + system) measuring inputs
400/690VL-L 1/5A (10A)
120/208VL-L 1/5A (10A)
AQ2030
AQ2031
AV5.3
AV6.3
AP1021
AP1020
L
H
A
XX
E2
D1
D2
O4
O2
O1
R1
B1
W1
B2
B
XX
D1
D2
O4
O2
O1
R1
B1
W1
B2
S1
S2
C
XX
D1
D2
O4
O2
O1
R1
R2
W1
B2
D
XX
D1
D2
O4
O2
O1
R1
R2
W1
B2
None
Digital inputs
Digital inputs + aux
Open collector output
Open collector output
Open collector output
Relay output
Analogue output 20mADC
Analogue output 10VDC
Analogue output +/-5mA
RS485 9600bps
RS485 115200bps
3
3
4
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO2050
AO2051
AO2052
AR1034
AR2040
None
Digital inputs
Digital inputs + aux
Open collector output
Open collector output
Open collector output
Relay output
Relay output
Analogue output 10VDC
Analogue output +/-5mA
3
3
4
2
1
1
2
2
2
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO1035
AO2051
AO2052
None
Digital inputs
Digital inputs + aux
Open collector output
Open collector output
Open collector output
Relay output
Relay output
Analogue output 10VDC
Analogue output +/-5mA
3
3
4
2
1
1
2
2
2
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO1035
AO2051
AO2052
RS232 + RTC (utility grade) without optical port.
1
AR1039
AR1039
Examples of which modules to order for:
WM5-96 AV53 H B1 S1 R2 O2 SX
Material
WM5 96
AV53 measuring inputs (400/690VL-L)
90-260VAC/DC power supply
20mA analogue output (2 channels)
RS485 serial port at 9600 bps
Relay output (2 channels)
Open collector output (2 channels)
RS232 serial port +RTC
A
B
C
Code
AD2001
AQ2030
AP1020
AO2050
AR1034
AO1035
AO1036
AR1039
D
XX
SX
XU
AR1039
SLOT
Utility grade with optical port
RS232 + RTC (utility grade)
1
Revenue approval. An “instrument setting” form must be properly filled in by the user.
RS232+RTC + “XU” option
1
SLOT
AR1061
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO2050
AO2051
AO2052
SLOT
1
3
3
4
2
1
1
2
2
2
SLOT
None
Ethernet/Internet port
Digital inputs
Digital inputs + aux
Open collector output
Open collector output
Open collector output
Relay output
Analogue output 20mADC
Analogue output 10VDC
Analogue output +/-5mA
OPTIONS
18-60VAC/DC Power supply
90-260VAC/DC Power supply
SLOT
Power supply
E
E
SU
YY
SY
Power supply
Measuring
input
(range+
system)
Installing
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
5mm
Panel cut-out and dimensions
24mm
Fixing, removing the modules and mounting the instrument to the panel
5
2
b
a
1
4
1
c
3
b
Mounting and removing the modules: the different modules (input, output and power supply) have been designed
to be plugged in the available slots. To know in which slots they are to be mounted, refer to the table on the left. For
a correct assembling of the instrument, first plug the modules into the relevant slots, then as last operation plug in the
central module which can also be a blind module or an RS232 serial communication module. This module also locks
the other modules in the relevant slots. To remove the modules use a screwdriver with a flattened tip and move the
two fixing tabs to the side (1); then remove the central module from its slot by pressing your thumb towards points (2)
and (5). Finally extract the central module.
Panel mounting: insert the instrument (holding its front side) into the panel and fasten it (from the back) by fixing the
two lateral brackets being supplied (a) to the appropriate location (b), and then locking them by means of the two
screws supplied with the instrument (c).
Sealing the instrument
The special sealing kit, made by two plastic “cuneiform” devices (c) is
supplied with the instrument; these two devices will have to be inserted as shown in the figure on the left (a), then the seal is to be placed
as indicated by the pointer (b).
c
a
b
Wiring diagrams
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
1-phase, 2-wire input connections, (1P)
Fig. 1
8
7
1
2
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
9 10
L1
N
Direct connection
CT and VT connection
CT connection
2-phase, 3-wire input connections (2P)
Fig. 4
8
7
9
1
2
3
Fig. 5
4
I
L1
L2
1
3
5
L1
L2
L3
2
4
6
1
3
5
2
4
6
8
L1
8
7
N
10
L3
L2
9
U
7
10
N
9
CT connection
Direct connection
3-phase, 3 and 4-wire input connections - Balanced load (3P)
Fig. 6
8
9
10
1
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
CT and VT connection (3-wire system)
CT and VT connection (4-wire system)
2
L1
L2
L3
Direct connection (3-wire system)
Wiring diagrams
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
3-phase, 3-wire input connections - unbalanced load (3P)
Fig. 9
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 11
Fig. 10
6
L1
L2
L3
Direct connection (3-wire system)
CT and VT connection (3-wire system)
CT connection (3-wire system)
3-phase, 3-wire ARON input connections (3P)
Fig. 12
Fig. 13
I
ARON connection (3-wire system)
1
3
5
L1
L2
L3
2
4
6
1
3
5
2
4
6
8
L1
8
7
N
10
L3
L2
9
U
7
10
9
ARON and VT connection (3-wire system)
3-phase, 4-wire input connections - unbalanced load (3P+N)
Fig. 14
8
9
10
7
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
6
L1
L2
L3
N
Direct connection (4-wire system)
CT connection (4-wire system)
CT and VT connection (4-wire system)
Wiring diagrams
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Power supply, analogue and digital output modules
AP1020.
AP1021.
Power supply.
A2
A1
F
F= 1.25 A T
N
-
L
+
AO2050.
2 analogue outputs
0-20mA DC.
AO1058.
1 relay output
AO2052.
2 analogue outputs
-5/+5mA DC.
AO2051.
2 analogue outputs
10V DC.
AO1037. 4 open collector outputs. This wiring
diagram is also valid for the open collector modules with 1 or 2 outputs. The load resistances
(Rc) must be designed so that the close contact
current is lower than 100mA; the VDC voltage
must be lower than or equal to 30VDC.
AO1035.
2 relay outputs
Digital inputs
AQ1042.
Connection by means of
NPN transistors.
AQ1042.
Connection by means of
PNP transistors.
AQ1042.
Connection by means of
contacts.
AQ1038.
Connection by
means of contacts.
T
a
SERIAL
CONVERTER
RS485 serial port (AR1034 9600bps, AR2040 115200bps)
b
2-wire connection. Other WM5-96 (a) provided with RS485 are connected in parallel (b). Serial RS485-RS232 converter.
T
a
SERIAL
CONVERTER
Termination of the serial port (T): it’s carried out only on the last
instrument of the network, by means of a jumper between (Rx+) and
(T).
b
4-wire connection. Other WM5-96 (a) provided with RS485 are collected in parallel (b). Serial RS485-RS232 converter.
Terminatio of the serial port (T): it is carried out only on the last
instrument of the network, by means of a jumper between (Rx+) and
(T).
Technical specifications
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Input Specifications
Number of analogue inputs
Current
Voltage
Digital inputs (on request)
AQ1038
Purpose
Contact measuring current
AQ1042
Purpose
Excitation output
Contact measuring current
Common characteristics
Close contact resistance
Open contact resistance
Insulation
Accuracy
Current (AL1, AL2, AL3)
Current (An)
Voltage
range AV5:
range AV6:
Frequency
Active power and
apparent power
(@ 20°C ± 5°C, R.H. ≤ 75%)
Reactive power
(@ 20°C ± 5°C, R.H. ≤ 75%)
1 (1-phase; system code: 3)
3 (3-phase; system code: 3)
1 (1-phase; system code: 3)
4 (3-phase; system code: 3)
Up to 12
No. of inputs: 3 (voltage-free)
“dmd” measurements
synchronisation.
Tariff selection: energy.
Contact status reading.
Clock synchronisation.
<8mA/ 17.5 to 25VDC
Number of inputs: 3 +
excitation output
“dmd” measurements
synchronisation.
Tariff selection: energy.
Contact status reading.
Clock synchronisation.
16V<+Aux<24VDC Max15mA
15mA
Max 1kΩ
Min 100kΩ
see “Insulation between
inputs and outputs” table
(display, RS232, RS485)
In: 5A, If.s.: 10A
Un: see voltage ranges below
from 0.05In to Imax:
(@20°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤75%)
±(0.2%RDG+2DGT)
from 0.01In to 0.05In:
±(0.5%RDG+2DGT)
±0.5% RDG (0.2 to 2 In)
from 40 to 100 Hz
(@20°C±5°C, R.H.≤75%)
400/690VL-L AC
VL-N: from 185 V to 460 V
VL-L: from 320 V to 800 V
±(0.2%RDG+1DGT)
120/208VL-L AC
VL-N: from 45 V to 145 V
VL-L: from 78 V to 250 V
±(0.2%RDG+1DGT)
Includes also: frequency,
power supply and output
load influences.
±0.1% RDG (40 to 440 Hz)
0.05In to Imax, PF 1:
±(0.5%RDG+1DGT)
0.01In to 0.05In, PF 1:
±(1%RDG+1DGT)
0.1In to Imax, PF 0.5L,
PF 0.8C:
±(0.6%RDG+1DGT)
0.02In to 0.1In, PF 0.5L,
PF 0.8C: ±(1%RDG+1DGT)
0.1In to Imax, senϕ 0.5L/C:
±(2%RDG+1DGT)
0.05In ÷ 0.1In, senϕ 0.5L/C:
±(2.5%RDG+1DGT)
0.05In ÷ Imax, senϕ 1:
±(2%RDG+1DGT) 0.02In to
0.05In, senϕ 1:
±(2.5%RDG+1DGT)
Energies
(@ 20°C ± 5°C, R.H. ≤ 75%)
Harmonic distortion
(@ 20°C ± 5°C, R.H. ≤ 75%)
Temperature drift
Sampling rate
Display
Display refresh time
Max. and min. indication
Front LED
Measurements
Coupling type
Crest factor
Input impedance
400/690VL-L (AV5)
120/208VL-L (AV6)
Current
Frequency
Overload (maximum values)
Permanent: voltage/current
For 500ms: voltage/current
Active: class 0.5 according
to EN62053-22, ANSI C12.20
Reactive: class 2 according
to EN62053-23, ANSI C12.1
In: 5A, Imax: 10A
0.1In: 500mA,
Start-up current: 5mA Un:
400/690VL-L (AV5)
Un: 120/208VL-L (AV6)
1% FS (FS: 100%)
fase: ±2°; Imin: 5mA RMS;
Imax: 15Ap; Umin: 30VRMS;
Umax: 500Vp
≤200ppm/°C (A/V), ≤300ppm/°C
(all other measurements)
6400 samples/s @ 50Hz
7680 samples/s @ 60Hz
Graph LCD, backlighted
(128x64 dots). Read-out for
instantaneous variables:
4x4 digit
Total energies: 4x9 digit;
Partial energies: 4x9 digit
100ms
Max. 9999 (999,999,999),
Min. -9999 (–999,999,999)
Red
Blinking light in case of virtual alarm. Fixed light in
case of digital output activation (alarm)
Current, voltage, power,
energy, power factor, frequency, harmonic distortion
(see “Display pages”). TRMS
measurement of a distorted
wave (voltage/current).
Direct
< 3, max 10A peak
1.77 MΩ ±5%
885 kΩ ±5%
≤ 0.01Ω
40 to 440 Hz
AV5: 460VLN, 800VLL/10A
AV6: 145VLN, 250VLL/10A
AV5: 800VLN, 1380VLL/36A
AV6: 240VLN, 416VLL/36A
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Output specifications
Analogue outputs (on request)
Number of outputs
Fino a 8 (max 4 x 20mA + 4
x 10VDC o 4 x 20mA o 8 x
10VDC o 8 x ±5mA)
Accuracy (@ 25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60%) ±0.1%FS (20mA o 10VCC)
±0.3%FS (±5mA), FS=10mA
0 ÷ 20mA o 0 ÷ 10 VCC o
Range
±5mA
Scaling factor:
Programmable within the
whole range of retransmission; it allows the retransmission management of all
values from: 0 and 20 mA, 0
and 10VDC, or -5mA and
+5mA
400 ms typical
Response time
(filter excluded)
Ripple
Total temperature drift
Load : 20 mADC
10 VDC
±5 mA
Insulation
Optical communication port
RS422/RS485 port (on request)
Connections
Protocol
Data (bidirectional)
Dynamic (reading only)
Static (writing only)
Stored energy
Data format
Baud rate
Insulation
RS232 port (on request)
Connections
Data format
Baud-rate
Protocol
Other data
≤ 1% (according to
IEC 60688-1, EN 60688-1)
≤ 500 ppm/°C
≤ 350 Ω
≥ 10kΩ
≤ 1400Ω
see “insulation between
inputs and outputs” table
According to ANSI C12.18
Multidrop
bidirectional (static and
dynamic variables)
2 or 4 wires, max. distance
1000m, termination directly
on the module .
Addresses:
from 1 to 247, selectable
by key-pad.
MODBUS RTU /JBUS,
All display variables (see
also the table “List of the
variables that can be connected to”...)
All configuration parameters,
reset of energy, activation of
digital output
(EEPROM) max. 999.999.999
kWh/kvarh
1-start bit, 8-data bit, no
parity/even parity,
odd parity, 1 stop bit
9.6k, 19.2k, 38.4k, 115.2k bit/s
selectable bauds
see “Insulation between
inputs and outputs” table
Bidirectional (static and
dynamic variables)
3 wires, max. distance 15m,
1-start bit, 8-data bit, no
parity, even parity,
odd parity, 1 stop bit
9.6k bit/s
MODBUS RTU /JBUS
as for RS422/485
Ethernet/Internet port
Protocols
IP configuration
TCP port
Client connections
Connections
Digital outputs (on request)
Pulse type
Number of outputs
Type
Pulse duration ≥
Alarm type
Number of outputs
Alarm modes
Set-point adjustment
Hysteresis
On-time delay
Output status
Min. response time
Note
Static (digital) outputs
Purpose
Signal
Relay (digital) outputs
Purpose
Output type
Insulation
Electrical life
Mechanical life
Modbus TCP
Static IP
Selectable (default 502)
Max 5 simultaneously
RJ45 10/100 BaseTX
Up to 16
Programmable from 0.001 to
1000 pulses per kWh/kvarh
(total and partial)
Outputs connectable to the
total and/or partial energy
meters (Wh/varh)
100ms, < 120msec (ON),
100ms (OFF)
according to EN62053-31
up to 16, independent
Up alarm, down alarm, in
window alarm, out window
alarm. All of them can be
used with start up deactivation function and/or latch.
All the alarms can be connected to all variables (see
the table “List of the variables that can be connected to”).
from 0 to 100% of the
electrical scale
from 0 to full scale
0 to 255s
Selectable; normally
de-energised and normally
energised
≤200ms, filters excluded,
Set-point on-time delay: “0 s”
The 16 digital outputs
can also work as
combination of pulse
outputs and alarm
outputs.
(on request)
For pulse outputs or for
alarm outputs
VON 1.2 VDC/ max. 100 mA
VOFF 30 VDC max.
Insulation see “Insulation
between inputs and outputs” table
(on request)
For alarm outputs or for pulse
outputs
Relay SPDT
AC 1-8A, 250VAC
DC 12-5A, 24VDC
AC 15-2.5A, 250VAC
DC 13-2.5A, 24VDC
see “Insulation between
inputs and outputs” table
≥105 operations (@ 8A,
250V, PF1)
≥30x106 operations
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45
Software functions
Password
1st level
2nd level
System selection
System 1
System 2, unbalanced
System 3, balanced
System 3, unbalanced
Transformer ratio
Filters
Filter operating range
Filtering coefficient
Filter action
Alarms
Working mode
Numeric code of max 4
digits from 0 to 1000;
2 protection levels of
the programming data
Password “0”: no protection
Password from 1 to 1000:
all data are protected.
1-phase (2 wires)
2-phase (3 wires)
3-phase (3 wires+1CT)
3-phase (3 wires)
3-phase (4 wires)
CT up to 60 kA (6000 max)
VT (PT) up to 600 kV
(6000 max)
0.1 to 100% of the input
electrical scale.
1 to 255
Display, alarms, serial outputs
(fundamental variables:
V, A, W and their derived ones).
“OR” or “AND” or
“OR+AND” functions (see
“Alarm parameter and
logic” page).
Freely programmable on up
to 16 alarms. The alarms
can be connected to any
variables available in the
table “List of the variables
that can be connected to”
Reset
Data stamping
Type of data
Number of events
Data management type
Data storage type
Displaying
Energy meters
Stored events
Display language
By means of the key-pad or
of the configuration software,
it is possible to reset the
following data:
- all the min, max, dmd,
dmd-max values.
- total and partial counters.
- latch alarms.
- all the events.
Alarm, min, max, digital
input status, digital output
status as remote control,
resets. All events are stored
with date (dd:MM:yy) and
hour (hh:mm:ss) reference
Up to 10.000
FIFO
Data flash
4 variables per page
1 page that can be laid out
by the user
Up to 36 pages
Up to 28 pages depending
on the selected tariff mode.
Displaying of the consumed
energy of the previous 12
months.
10,000 events.
Selectable:
English, Italian, French,
German, Spanish
Wm5Soft parameter programming and variable reading software
Wm5Soft
Multi-language software
(Italian, English, French,
German, Spanish) for
variable reading,
instrument calibration and
parameters programming.
The program runs under
Windows XP/Vista
Working mode
Three different working
modes can be selected:
- management of local
Data Storing
Data Transfer
RS232 (MODBUS);
- management of local
optical port (MODBUS);
- management of a local
RS485 network (MODBUS);
In pre-formatted XLS files
(Excel data base).
Manual or automatic at
programmable timings.
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
Time period management
Meters
Total
Partial and multitariff
Tariffs
Time periods
Number of periods
Pulse output
Energy meter recording
4 (9-digit)
48 (9-digit)
Up to 12
Up to 24 per day
Up to 100 different days per
year
Connectable to total and/or
partial meters (multitariff)
Consumption history by
recording of the monthly
energy meters (12 previous
months). Recording of
total and partial energy
meters.
Energy meter recording
(EEPROM)
Max.999.999.999kWh/kvarh.
Energy Meters
Total energy meters
Monthly energy meters
Partial energy meters
4 (+kWh, +kvarh, -kWh, -kvarh)
It is possible to divide each
energy meter here above listed
in 3 additional energy meters
(1 for each phase “L1-L2-L3”)
48 (energy meters for
each month: “+kWh, +kvarh,
-kWh, -kvarh”)
16 (using digital inputs:
max 4 tariffs).
48 (using the internal clock:
max 12 tariffs)
Harmonic distortion analysis
Analysis principle
Harmonic measurement
Current
Voltage
Type of harmonics
Harmonic phase angle
FFT
Up to the 63rd harmonic
Up to the 63rd harmonic
THD (VL1 and VL1-N)
THD odd (VL1 and VL1-N)
THD even (VL1 and VL1-N)
The same for the other phases:
L2, L3.
THD (AL1)
THD odd (AL1)
THD even (AL1)
The same for the other phases:
L2, L3.
The instrument measures the
angle between the single harmonic of “V” and the single
harmonic of “I” of the same
order. According to the value
of the electrical angle, it is
possible to know if the distortion is absorbed or generated.
Harmonic details
System
Note: if the system has 3
wires the angle cannot be
measured.
The harmonic contents is displayed as a graph showing
the whole harmonic spectrum. This value is also given
as a numerical information:
THD % / RMS value
THD even % / RMS value
THD odd% / RMS value
single harmonics in % /
RMS value
The harmonic distortion
can be measured in singlephase, 3-wire or 4-wire
systems.
Tw: 0.02 sec@50Hz without filter
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General Specifications
Operating
temperature
-10° to +45°C (14° to 113°F)
(R.H. < 90% non-condensing)
Pulse voltage (1.2/50µs)
Safety standards
Limit range of operating temp.
-20° to +55°C (-4° to 131°F)
(R.H. <90% non-condensing)
Measurement standards
Storage
temperature
Installation category
Pollution degree
Altitude
-30° to +60°C (-22° to 140°F)
Insulation reference voltage
Dielectric strength
Noise Rejection
CMRR
EMC
Emissions
EN61000-4-5
IEC60664, IEC61010-1
EN60664, EN61010-1
IEC60688, EN60688,
EN62053-22, EN62053-23,
(R.H. < 90% non-condensing)
III
2
up to 2000m (6560 feet) above
sea-level
300 VRMS to ground (AV5 input)
4kVACRMS (for 1 min)
100 dB, 48 to 62 Hz
EN61000-6-3, EN60688
residential environment,
commerce and light industry
ANSI/IEEE C37.90-1989
(surge, withstand and fast
transient test)
ANSI C12.20, ANSI C12.1
Approvals
Connections 5(6) A
Housing
Dimensions
Material
Protection degree
Weight
CE, cURus and CSA
Screw-type
max. 2.5 mm2 wires
(2x 1.5mm2);
max screw tightening
torque: 0.5Nm
96x96x140 mm
ABS,
self-extinguishing: UL 94 V-0
Front: IP65 / NEMA 4x
Approx. 600 g
(packing included)
Supply Specifications
AC/DC voltage
90 to 260V (standard)
18 to 60V (on request)
Power consumption
≤ 30VA/12W (90 to 260V)
≤ 20VA/12W (18 to 60V)
Revenue Approval Settings
• The access to the programming parameters via front key pad and/or serial communication ports is locked.
• The front key pad (up and down keys) allows the displaying of the variables only, while the communication ports allows the
transmission of the variables only.
• A proper “instrument settings” form must be filled up by the user before equipment supplying.
• WM5-96 is supplied with the desired modules plugged and sealed in the proper slots.
• WM5-96 fulfils: the ANSI/IEEE C12.20-1998 requirements;
the CAN3-C17-M84 requirements;
and can be certified according to:
C12.20-1998, class 0.5 (independent labs);
AE-0924 Industry Canada Approval.
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WM5-96 Instruction Manual
Function Description
Input and output scaling capability.
Working of the analogue outputs (y) versus input variables (x)
Figure A
The sign of measured quantity and output quantity remains the same. The output
quantity is proportional to the
measured quantity.
Figure D
The sign of measured quantity and output quantity remains the same. With the
measured quantity being
zero, the output quantity
already has the value
Y1 = 0.2 Y2.
Live zero output.
0
50 A
100 A
0
50 A
100 A
0
10 mA
20 mA
4
12 mA
20 mA
Figure B
The sign of measured quantity and output quantity
changes simultaneously. The
output quantity is proportional to the measured quantity.
Figure E
The sign of the measured
quantity changes but the one
of the output quantity
remains the same. The output quantity steadily increases from value X1 to value X2
of the measured quantity.
-100 kW
0
100 kW
-5 mA
0
+ 5 mA
-100 kW
0
0
Figure C
The sign of measured quantity and output quantity remains the same. On the
range X0...X1, the output
quantity is zero. The range
X1...X2 is delineated on the
entire output range Y0 =
Y1...Y2 and thus presented in
strongly expanded form.
10 mA
100 kW
20 mA
Figure F
The sign of the measured
quantity remains the same,
the one of the output quantity
changes as the measured
quantity leaves range X0...X1
and passes to range X1...X2
and vice versa.
80 V
100 V
120 V
0
5 mA
10 mA
0
- 5 mA
50 A
100 A
0
+ 5 mA
Insulation between inputs and outputs
Meas. /digital
inputs
Relay
output
Open
colllector
Analogue out.
10V, 20mA
Analogue out.
±5mA
AR1034
AR2040
AR1039
Meas. /digital
inputs
-
4kV
4kV
2kV
2kV
4kV
2kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
Relay output
4kV
4kV (*)
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
Open collector
4kV
4kV
4kV (*)
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
2kV
4kV
4kV
4kV (*)
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
2kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
200V (**)
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
AR1034
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
-
-
4kV
4kV
4kV
AR2040
2kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
-
-
4kV
4kV
4kV
AR1039
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
-
4kV
4kV
90-260VAC/DC
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
-
-
18-60VAC/DC
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
4kV
-
-
Analogue out.
10V, 20mA
Analogue out.
±5mA
90-260VAC/DC 18-60VAC/DC
NOTE: In case of fault of first insulation the current from the measuring inputs to the ground is lower than 2 mA.
(*) The given insulation is granted among outputs plugged in different slots. The modules equipped with two or four outputs have
therefore non insulation among the outputs. (**) Insulation between the 2 outputs of the same module is 200V for 1 min.
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Accuracy
PF=1
Error
PF=L0.5
or C0.8
+1.0%
+0.5%
kWh, accuracy (RDG) depending on the current
Class 0.5 accuracy limits (active energy) EN62053-21
5(10A) start-up current: 5mA.
+1%
Class 0.5
-1%
-0.5%
-1.0%
PF=1
PF=L0.5
or C0.8
0.05A
(0.01In)
0.1A
(0.02In)
0.25A
(0.05In)
0.5A
(0.1In)
5A (In)
10A (Imax)
5A (In)
10A (Imax)
kvarh, accuracy (RDG) depending on the current
sinϕ=1 Error
+2.5%
+2%
Class 2 accuracy limits (reactive energy) EN62053-23
5(10A) start-up current: 5mA.
Class 2
-2%
-2.5%
sinϕ=1
sinϕ=0.5
0.1A
(0.02In)
0.25A
(0.05In)
0.25A
(0.05In)
0.5A
(0.1In)
5A (In)
10A (Imax)
5A (In)
10A (Imax)
Used calculation formulas
Phase variables
System variables
Equivalent three-phase voltage
Three-phase power factor
(TPF)
Instantaneous effective voltage
Instantaneous active power
Voltage asymmetry
A S YLL =
Instantaneous power factor
ASY LN =
(V L L m a x - V L L m in )
V LL å
Energy metering
(V LN max - V LN min )
V LN å
Three-phase reactive power
Instantaneous effective current
Neutral current
Instantaneous apparent power
An = AL1+AL2+AL3
Three-phase active power
Instantaneous reactive power
Three-phase apparent power
Where:
i= considered phase (L1, L2 or L3)
P= active power; Q= reactive power;
t1, t2 =starting and ending time points
of consumption recording; n= time
unit;∆t= time interval between two
successive power measurements;
n1, n2 = starting and ending discrete
time points of power recording
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List of the variables that can be connected to:
Analogue outputs (all listed variables with the only exception of energies), alarm outputs (all listed variables with the only
exception of energies), pulse outputs (only energies), communication (all listed variables).
No. 1-phase
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
2-ph. 3-wire 3-ph. 4-wire 3-ph. 3-wire 3-ph. 4-wire
system
system
bal. (1 CT)
unbal. sys.
V L1
x
x
x
o
V L2
o
x
x
o
V L3
o
o
x
o
V L-N sys
o
x
x
o
V L1-2
o
x
x
x
V L2-3
o
o
x
x
V L3-1
o
o
x
x
V L-L sys
o
o
x
x
A L1
x
x
x
x
A L2
o
x
x
x
A L3
o
o
x
x
An
o
x
x
o
W L1
x
x
x
x
W L2
o
x
x
x
W L3
o
o
x
x
W sys
o
x
x
x
var L1
x
x
x
x
var L2
o
x
x
x
var L3
o
o
x
x
var sys
o
x
x
x
VA L1
x
x
x
x
VA L2
o
x
x
x
VA L3
o
o
x
x
VA sys
o
x
x
x
PF L1
x
x
x
x
PF L2
o
x
x
x
PF L3
o
o
x
x
PF sys
o
x
x
x
Hz
x
x
x
x
ASY VL-N
o
x
x
o
ASY VL-L
o
o
x
x
THD V1
x
x
x
o
THD V2
o
x
x
o
THD V3
o
o
x
o
THD V1-2
o
x
x
x
THD V2-3
o
o
x
x
x
x
o
o
THD V3-1
THD A1
x
x
x
x
THD A2
o
x
x
x
THD A3
o
o
x
x
THDo V1
x
x
x
o
x
x
o
o
THDo V2
THDo V3
o
o
x
o
x
x
x
THDo V1-2
o
THDo V2-3
o
o
x
x
x
x
o
o
THDo V3-1
THDo A1
x
x
x
x
THDo A2
o
x
x
x
THDo A3
o
o
x
x
THDe V1
x
x
x
o
THDe V2
o
x
x
o
o
o
x
o
THDe V3
THDe V1-2
o
x
x
x
x
x
o
THDe V2-3
o
THDe V3-1
o
o
x
x
THDe A1
x
x
x
x
o
x
x
x
THDe A2
THDe A3
o
o
x
x
o
x
x
o
Phase seq.
(x) = available
(o) = not available
Notes
unbal. sys.
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Sys = system = Σ
Sys = system = Σ
An=neutral current
Sys = system = Σ
Sys = system = Σ
Sys = system= Σ
Asymmetry of phase-neutral
Asymmetry of phase-phase
Phase sequence
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WM5-96, ARM® Powered
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AL
Smart Power Quality Analyzer
Class 0.2 A/V
ARM R Powered
PRG
measures
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Customer’s data:
Serial number WM5 96:
Note:
Slot A
Empty
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO2050
AO2051
AO2052
Slot B
Empty
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO2050
AO2051
AO2052
AR1034
AR2040
Slot C
Empty
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO1035
AO2051
AO2052
Slot D
Empty
AQ1038
AQ1042
AO1037
AO1036
AO1059
AO1058
AO1035
AO2051
AO2052
Slot E
Empty
AR1039
Power supply
AP1021
AP1020
Measuring inputs
AQ2030
AQ2031
OUR SALES NETWORK IN EUROPE
AUSTRIA - Carlo Gavazzi GmbH
Ketzergasse 374, A-1230 Wien
Tel: +43 1 888 4112
Fax: +43 1 889 10 53
office@carlogavazzi.at
FRANCE - Carlo Gavazzi Sarl
Zac de Paris Nord II, 69, rue de la Belle
Etoile, F-95956 Roissy CDG Cedex
Tel: +33 1 49 38 98 60
Fax: +33 1 48 63 27 43
french.team@carlogavazzi.fr
BELGIUM - Carlo Gavazzi NV/SA
Schaarbeeklei 213/3, B-1800 Vilvoorde
Tel: +32 2 257 4120
Fax: +32 2 257 41 25
sales@carlogavazzi.be
DENMARK - Carlo Gavazzi Handel A/S
Over Hadstenvej 42, DK-8370 Hadsten
Tel: +45 89 60 6100
Fax: +45 86 98 15 30
handel@gavazzi.dk
FINLAND - Carlo Gavazzi OY AB
Petaksentie 2-4, FI-00630 Helsinki
Tel: +358 9 756 2000
Fax: +358 9 756 20010
myynti@carlogavazzi.fi
GERMANY - Carlo Gavazzi GmbH
Rudolf-Diesel-Strasse 23,
D-64331 Weiterstadt
Tel: +49 6151 81000
Fax: +49 6151 81 00 40
kontakt@carlogavazzi.de
GREAT BRITAIN - Carlo Gavazzi UK Ltd
7 Springlakes Industrial Estate,
Deadbrook Lane, Hants GU12 4UH,
GB-Aldershot
Tel: +44 1 252 339600
Fax: +44 1 252 326 799
sales@carlogavazzi.co.uk
ITALY - Carlo Gavazzi SpA
Via Milano 13, I-20020 Lainate
Tel: +39 02 931 761
Fax: +39 02 931 763 01
info@gavazziacbu.it
NETHERLANDS - Carlo Gavazzi BV
Wijkermeerweg 23,
NL-1948 NT Beverwijk
Tel: +31 251 22 9345
Fax: +31 251 22 60 55
info@carlogavazzi.nl
NORWAY - Carlo Gavazzi AS
Melkeveien 13, N-3919 Porsgrunn
Tel: +47 35 93 0800
Fax: +47 35 93 08 01
gavazzi@carlogavazzi.no
PORTUGAL - Carlo Gavazzi Lda
Rua dos Jerónimos 38-B,
P-1400-212 Lisboa
Tel: +351 21 361 7060
Fax: +351 21 362 13 73
carlogavazzi@carlogavazzi.pt
SPAIN - Carlo Gavazzi SA
Avda. Iparraguirre, 80-82,
E-48940 Leioa (Bizkaia)
Tel: +34 94 480 4037
Fax: +34 94 480 10 61
gavazzi@carlogavazzi-sa.es
SWEDEN - Carlo Gavazzi AB
Nattvindsgatan 1, S-65221 Karlstad
Tel: +46 54 85 1125
Fax: +46 54 85 11 77
gavazzi@carlogavazzi.se
SWITZERLAND - Carlo Gavazzi AG
Verkauf Schweiz/Vente Suisse
Sumpfstrasse 32,
CH-632 Steinhausen
Tel: +41 41 747 4535
Fax: +41 41 740 45 40
verkauf_vente@carlogavazzi.ch
OUR SALES NETWORK IN NORTH AMERICA
USA - Carlo Gavazzi Inc.
750 Hastings Lane,
USA-Buffalo Grove, IL 60089,
Tel: +1 847 465 6100
Fax: +1 847 465 7373
sales@carlogavazzi.com
CANADA - Carlo Gavazzi Inc.
2660 Meadowvale Boulevard,
CDN-Mississauga Ontario L5N 6M6,
Tel: +1 905 542 0979
Fax: +1 905 542 22 48
gavazzi@carlogavazzi.com
CANADA - Carlo Gavazzi LTEE
3777 Boulevard du Tricentenaire
Montreal, Quebec H1B 5W3
Tel: +1 514 644 2544
Fax: +1 514 644 2808
gavazzi@carlogavazzi.com
OUR SALES NETWORK IN ASIA AND PACIFIC
SINGAPORE - Carlo Gavazzi Automation
Singapore Pte. Ltd.
No. 178 Paya Lebar Road
#04-01/05 409030 Singapore
Tel: +65 67 466 990
Fax: +65 67 461 980
MALAYSIA - Gavazzi Automation
Sdn Bhd.
54, Jalan Rugbi 13/30,
Tadisma Business Park Seksyen13
40100 Shah Alam, Selangor
Tel: +60 3 55 121162
Fax: + 60 3 55 126098
CHINA - Carlo Gavazzi Automation
(China) Co. Ltd.
No. 1001 Shangbu Middle Road,
Futian, Shenzhen
Tel: +86 755 83699500
Fax: +86 755 83699300
HONG KONG - Carlo Gavazzi Automation
Hong Kong Ltd.
Unit 3 12/F Crown Industrial Bldg.,
106 How Ming St., Kowloon,
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 23041228
Fax: +852 23443689
Carlo Gavazzi Industri A/S
Hadsten - DENMARK
Tel: +45 89 60 6100
Carlo Gavazzi Ltd
Zejtun - MALTA
Tel: +356 23 601 100
Carlo Gavazzi Controls SpA
Belluno - ITALY
Tel: +39 0437 931 000
SAIET Elettronica SpA
Castel Maggiore (BO) - ITALY
Tel: +39 051 417 8811
Carlo Gavazzi Industri
Kaunas - LITHUANIA
Tel: +370 3732 8227
Carlo Gavazzi Automation
(Kunshan) Co., Ltd.
Kunshan - CHINA
Tel: +86 512 5763 9300
OUR PRODUCTION SITES
HEADQUARTERS
Carlo Gavazzi Automation SpA
Via Milano, 13 - I-20020
Lainate (MI) - ITALY
Tel: +39 02 93 76
info@gavazzi-automation.com
www.carlogavazzi.com/ac
CARLO GAVAZZI
Automation
Components
Further information on www.carlogavazzi.com/ac