Main Catalog
Electricity meters
for modular enclosures and DIN rail
Introduction
DIN rail mounted electricity meters
Modular DIN Rail Products offer a wide range of functions
to be integrated in electrical installations with significant
benefits for the user. DIN rail mounted electricity meters
are designed for high level performance and are safe and
fast to install.
Global business
The DIN rail mounted electricity meters are available in
five product lines: ODINsingle and DELTAsingle for single
phase metering and ODIN, DELTAplus and DELTAmax for
three phase metering.
ABB’s broad program of standardized products and components
are the ‘building blocks’ of system solutions, incorporating functionalities that will allow seamless integration in real-time automation
and information systems. At the product level, all the low voltage
products can operate together perfectly.
The meters are available in several configurations to suite
many applications.
ABB Low Voltage Products
The Low Voltage Products division manufactures low voltage
circuit breakers, switches, control products, wiring accessories,
enclosures and cable systems to protect people, installations and
electronic equipment from electrical overload. The division further
makes KNX systems that integrate and automate a building’s
electrical installations, ventilation systems, and security and data
communication networks. All these products help customers to
save energy, improve productivity and increase safety.
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The Low Voltage Products division is a global business producing
mainly low-voltage electrical equipment that is sold to wholesalers,
original equipment manufacturers as well as system integrators,
and has moderate service requirements.
To create a system solution, every product is equipped with the
tools necessary to install, operate and maintain it efficiently throughout the product life cycle.
The range of low voltage products is supported by technical documentation. This together with compact design makes it easier
than ever to incorporate our products in your system.
Our customers can find all product related documentation such as
brochures, catalogues, selection program, certificates, drawings
and other information directly at www.abb.com/lowvoltage.
Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction.................................................................................................................................... 2
Table of contents............................................................................................................................ 3
Applications in commercial buildings.............................................................................................. 4
Industrial applications..................................................................................................................... 5
Object metering.............................................................................................................................. 6
Joint residential sourcing................................................................................................................ 7
Billing applications.......................................................................................................................... 8
Communication (landscape)........................................................................................................... 9
Selection table......................................................................................................................... 10-11
ODINsingle
Product brief................................................................................................................................. 12
Description................................................................................................................................... 13
Ordering data, wiring diagrams.................................................................................................... 14
Technical data.............................................................................................................................. 15
DELTAsingle
Product brief................................................................................................................................. 16
Description................................................................................................................................... 17
Ordering data, wiring diagrams.................................................................................................... 18
Technical data.............................................................................................................................. 19
ODIN
Product brief................................................................................................................................. 20
Description................................................................................................................................... 21
Ordering data, wiring diagrams.................................................................................................... 22
Technical data.............................................................................................................................. 23
DELTAplus
Product brief................................................................................................................................. 24
Description................................................................................................................................... 25
Ordering data, wiring diagrams............................................................................................... 26-31
Wiring diagrams........................................................................................................................... 32
Technical data.............................................................................................................................. 33
DELTAmax
Product brief................................................................................................................................. 34
Description................................................................................................................................... 35
Special features (RTC, log, MD, LP, THD).................................................................................... 36
Ordering data, wiring diagrams............................................................................................... 37-38
Technical data.............................................................................................................................. 39
DELTAplus/max
Generic info (wiring diagram, pulse freq.).................................................................................... 40
Generic info (I/O, LonWorks, M-Bus)........................................................................................... 41
Communication adapters
Description.............................................................................................................................. 42-43
Ordering data............................................................................................................................... 44
Accessories
Ordering data............................................................................................................................... 45
Measuring Instruments Directive (MID)
Information................................................................................................................................... 46
Dimensions........................................................................................................................... 47-49
Cross reference
Meter type - Order code............................................................................................................... 50
Order code - Meter type............................................................................................................... 51
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Applications in commercial buildings
Modern sub-metering increases energy efficiency and saves money by fair and accurate cost distribution.
Requirements for a deliberate strategy to manage and
control energy consumption are having an increasing impact on commercial buildings such as shopping centers, offices, hotels and airports.
Electricity meters in commercial buildings are usually acquired
by the property owner and read automatically via a facility or
building management system. In the same way as much private property, e.g. housing associations and the like, modern sub-metering can increase energy efficiency and save
money by more effective cost distribution. One significant
difference is that the savings in commercial properties can
naturally be much greater.
MID-approval facilitates problem-free cost distribution
Strict approval criteria for the meters used in this application
do not generally apply. Meters that are MID approved have
the advantage of a certified and verified metering accuracy.
This is important if discussions on the fairness of the cost
distribution arise.
ABB electricity meters can easily help distribute consumption
costs between different tenants, e.g. stores and boutiques in
shopping malls, businesses in office blocks, or different airlines and functions (baggage handling, for example) at
airports.
The fact that many commercial properties are not designed
from the beginning for sub-metering presents no problem.
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ABB electricity meters fit neatly wherever they are needed,
but installation in DIN rail mounted is preferable as these are
usually prepared for DIN rail mounted devices.
Mandatory energy declarations require consumption to be
separated
According to EU directive 2002/91/EC, commercial properties
must now have an energy declaration that describes the
building’s energy performance. Its aim is to reduce the climate
effect and increase the efficient use of energy, i.e. benefits for
both society and the building owner.
Energy declarations require that the electrical consumption for
lighting, elevators, heating and ventilation, etc., be accounted
for separately. Data collected from individually-located meters
(sub-metering) are extremely valuable in this respect. As well
as being a legal requirement, it highlights ways to increase
efficiency by locating unnecessary consumption, e.g. heated
garage parking during summer months or ventilation in parts
of the building that are largely unoccupied.
Max demand also cuts energy consumption
Measuring the highest average power during a set time interval (normally 15 min to one hour) results in the max demand
value. Measuring max demand helps dimension a building’s
electrical installations to its use. It also helps cut consumption
by more easily identifying time periods when consumption is
very high so that appropriate measures to reduce it can be
taken.
Industrial applications
ABB meters help industry manage
electricity cost distribution and make
more effective use of the energy it
consumes.
ABB electricity meters find many uses in industry, usually
in one of three areas; cost distribution, effective use of
energy, improved control. One common feature is that
they generally interact with a plant’s Energy Management
System, which reads the meter and then forwards the
result for further handling.
Meters used in industrial applications do not need special
approval. Common sense, however, says that high-quality
meters like ABB’s are essential. That they should meet accepted international standards is also obvious. And as
industrial plant owners frequently mount electrical equipment
on DIN-rails, ABB electricity meters with this capability has a
clear advantage.
Fair and flexible cost distribution
Industry faces a never-ending challenge to keep down its
operating costs. One of the pre-requisites for achieving this
goal is to first identify where costs occur. Only then can
factory management draw up guidelines on how these should
be allocated and who should pay for them, i.e. according to
department, profit center or even individual products.
Meters help maximize energy efficiency
Making the most effective use of costly energy remains a key
priority. Measuring the electrical consumption of equipment,
especially heavy equipment, is a vital job for ABB electricity
meters in this respect. For example, an unexpected increase
in the energy use of an individual item can signal an urgent
need for maintenance – and a return to more acceptable and
budgeted levels.
Peak-shaving saves unnecessary extra costs
Many industrial contracts for electricity supply specify a
maximum power that can be taken from the grid. Exceeding
this level can mean costly extra tariffs, especially in energyintense operations. Peak-shaving uses ABB meters to monitor
electricity consumption and identify when penalty levels are
at risk. In the long-term, industry wins by better-planned and
more economic use of energy.
Max demand also cuts industrial energy consumption
Measuring the highest average power during a set time interval (e.g. 15 min to one hour) results in the max demand value.
Using ABB meters to measure max demand helps cut consumption by more easily identifying time periods when energy
use is very high so that appropriate measures to reduce it can
be taken.
Mitigating the effects of harmonic distortion
Harmonic distortion is the change in the waveform of the
supply voltage from the ideal sinusoidal form. The phenomenon can adversely affect industrial equipment such as induction motor windings, transformers and capacitors. What’s
more, its effects may go unnoticed for years.
Reducing harmonic distortion first requires a harmonic analysis, and here ABB meters have an important role to play.
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Object metering
“To measure is to know”
Long list of domestic objects
Electric bills keep getting bigger and bigger, and increased consumption probably plays a bigger part than
higher prices. At home and at work, energy-hungry items
like computers, terminals, servers, climate-control equipment and intense lighting all push up costs. One of the
simplest ways to save money and energy is to make electricity consumption more visible – via object metering.
Heating and ventilation pumps are obvious candidates for object metering in the home, and these can be joined by appliances such as washing machines and dishwashers as
well as other electronic equipment. And don’t forget outdoors.
Garden terrace heaters and lighting plus the pond pump are
all significant ‘energy thieves’. The actual consumption of all
is easy to measure and see (and therefore save) via compact
meters in the home.
Object metering is metering individual commercial freezer,
lighting, machines, power-consuming objects such as
air-conditioning fans or heating pumps. Its aim is to show
electricity use where it occurs, thereby increasing energy
awareness and helping change consumer behavior.
Many opportunities in commercial properties Simple, MID-approved meters are preferred
Object metering requires no special approval but an approved,
high-quality meter rather than a non-approved will always be
preferable.
Easy installation in standard enclosures together with MCB protection
ABB’s compact electricity meters are easy to install in
standard enclosures. This is especially important in object
metering since objects in domestic, commercial and industrial
applications require line protection devices, and these are
generally mounted in standard enclosures.
Commercial properties naturally feature a wealth of objects to
measure, including many of the items found in everyday homes.
But engineers are now exploring ways to get modern, large-scale buildings to produce energy as well as consume it. Elevator cars, for example, generate energy when they descend
or brake and this can be returned to the building’s power grid
as electricity for lighting or heating. Imported and exported measurement data is usually collected
by the meter, and fed to a Facility Management System for
analysis.
Industry shares similar needs
In addition to normal units for heating, lighting, ventilation and
office administration, industrial premises contain usually processing machinery, conveyers, transport systems, and a
great deal of electrical protection devices. Object consumption
data measured by meters can be fed to Energy Management
Systems for analysis to see how energy costs can be cut.
Object metering is used to show the electricity
consumption where it occurs
Object metering makes electricity consumption more visible, increasing
energy awareness and helping consumers save on their bills.
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Joint residential sourcing
Direct and indirect savings plus a boost
for the environment
Unlike applications where a separate billing meter is installed in every apartment or residence for individual
billing, joint residential sourcing involves having one central ‘billing’ meter.
The housing association, condominium or equivalent then
acts as a single electricity subscriber and redistributes
its costs amongst its members according to their actual
consumption. The latter is measured by a simple DIN-meter (or additional billing meter) in each apartment.
This is often referred to as sub-metering.
The attractions are many. Direct savings are won via reduced network charges, i.e. electricity is supplied to just
one subscriber (the association) instead of a subscriber in
every apartment. The association then has a much better bargaining position when negotiating prices with energy companies, which should lead to lower prices for all.
Reliable and easy to implement
Joint residential sourcing is easy to implement. Usually no
formal approval is required, but this may vary from country to
country depending on local rules and legislation. ABB electricity meters help alleviate common concerns as they are
approved for billing applications within the EU/EEC, i.e. they
are MID-approved (see page 46). Members can thus trust
their use in joint residential sourcing.
Simple installation in standard enclosures
The DIN meters usually used to distribute costs between apartments are simple to install. Small enough to fit in standard DIN
enclosures, they require no special housing or rebuilding work.
The data they generate are normally collected by via pulse or
serial readings transmitted continuously to a central unit (the
latter also allow access to additional data). At the simplest
level, the meters can be read manually.
Sub-metering brings on energy awareness
Experience shows that occupiers save up to 30% on electricity bills when they can see their own consumption. This is
not surprising. When individual occupiers get a clear picture
that relates electricity use to activity, they know exactly where
savings can be made.
Cost savings also benefit the environment
Knowing how and where electricity costs arise will also help
improve the environment by cutting the need for ‘unnecessary’
electrical energy production. A specific example is the multitude of devices with ‘stand-by’ consumption, i.e. connected to
the mains supply but not in use. These include transformers for
mobile phone chargers, TVs and computers, halogen lamps, etc.
It’s not uncommon that such devices in a single home continuously consume up to 100 W or more. This is wasteful and costly. Once again, individual measurement with continuous readings (especially if they are web-based) makes
the problem visible – and easier to remedy.
Joint residential sourcing offers clear
cost-saving opportunities for housing
associations and their members,
at the same time as it benefits the
environment.
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Billing applications
ABB meters meet key regulatory and practical demands
for billing applications. Billing employs electricity meters
to measure consumption and use this reading to generate
an invoice, usually monthly, paid by the user to the energy
supplier for the electricity consumed. For this reason, it is
also known as revenue metering.
Those who pay bills, usually home-owners or businesses, naturally only want to pay for the electricity they use. ABB meters go a long way to achieving this accurately.
Special requirements on billing meters include MID-approval
Meters that read electricity consumption as a basis for billing
must meet special requirements, including compliance with
MID, the new EU/EEC directive for measuring instruments that
was taken into national legislation during 2006 (see page 46
for more details). In Russia, the equivalent standard is GOST.
For purely practical reasons, billing meter size is also very important. ABB meters are more compact than traditional incoming ‘utility meters’, which means that they are much easier
to install. That they can be enclosed in standard DIN-rail fittings also means an attractive installation, which is important
when this is visible in the home, e.g. in an entrance hall.
Modern technical functions increase usability
ABB electricity meters are well equipped to meet modern
technical demands such as four quadrant metering, a function increasingly being requested. Four quadrant metering measures energy generated as well as consumed,
and is thus highly relevant for properties with their own solar
panels or wind power, for example.
Tariffs are used for recording consumption in various time intervals. Tariffs can be controlled via inputs, communication or
an internal clock. ABB meters are available with 2 or 4 tariffs.
Previous values and load profile are two further practical features found on certain meters in the ABB range. The
former means that the meters save previous consumption
readings (usually monthly, sometimes 24-hour) in a register.
This allows the electricity supply company to read the exact
consumption over a number of previous specified periods.
Load profile measures current electricity consumption over
defined intervals, e.g. 15 min, 30 min or 60 min. Subscribers
with a web portal can then follow their own use of electricity
‘minute-by-minute’, which is invaluable for optimizing their
use as well as identifying stand-by consumption, i.e. when
‘nothing’ is on. Both help change energy awareness and consumption behavior for the better!
Finally, ABB meters feature quality and event log, which helps
electricity companies log over-tension and undertension voltage plus breaks in supply.
ABB meters meet key regulatory and practical demands for
billing applications
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Communication
Communication is getting more important every day.
Computers and telecommunications drive the development
of both technology and infrastructure for communication.
Communication is widely used in modern metering applications.
Open standards
Open standards are important to communication. Through open
standards, equipment from various suppliers can work together
and safe solutions be implemented.
Flexible ABB solution
Increasing demands on integration of meter data
Not long ago, meters were considered to be stand alone
products, read manually a few times per year. This is not true
anymore. Today, there is a high demand of integration of meter
data into metering data systems for evaluation and for control
of processes. There are strong requirements on connecting
actions, e.g. start of equipment etc, to its consequences, an
increase of energy consumption. It is only by linking these actions and consequences that we will get tools that are powerful enough for increasing the energy efficiency and changing
behavior of the users.
ABB has adopted a flexible solution for communication enabling
all their electricity meters. A serial communication adapter can
be connected to any ABB meter through an infrared interface
on the side of both the meter and the adapter. This solution
enables any ABB meter to be connected to a metering system
and it is easy to change or upgrade the communication without
affecting the installation of the meter itself. Further, a change of
the communication adapter does not effect the approval of the
meter.
New technologies
Communication is developing with new technologies evolving
all the time. New affordable equipment builds up the infrastructure, whether it is within the internet, telecom or other. Metering
data is nowadays frequently communicated via LANs and cell
phone networks.
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Selection table
Network Type
Max current
Direct Connection
Max current
CTVT Connection
Voltage
Active energy
Reactive
engergy
Single phase + N
65
-
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
No
Single phase + N
65
-
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
No
Single phase + N
80
-
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
No
Single phase + N
80
-
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
No
Single phase + N
80
-
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
No
Single phase + N
80
-
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
No
ODINsingle
DELTAsingle
ODIN
3 phase + N
65
-
3 x 230/400 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
10
3 x 230/400 V
Yes
No
Single phase + N
-
6
1 x 57-288 V
Yes
No
Single Phase + N
80
-
1 x 57-288 V
Yes
No
Single Phase + N
80
-
1 x 57-288 V
Yes
No
3 phase
-
6
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase
-
6
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase
-
6
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase
80
-
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase
80
-
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase
-
6
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase
80
-
3 x 100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
-
6
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
6
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
6
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
6
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
-
6
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
-
6
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
80
-
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Yes
Yes
3 phase
-
6
3x100-500V
Yes
No
3 phase
-
6
3x100-500V
Yes
Yes
3 phase
80
-
3x100-500V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
-
6
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
6
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
6
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
80
-
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
No
3 phase + N
-
6
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
-
6
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
80
-
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
Yes
3 phase + N
80
-
3x57-288/100-500V
Yes
Yes
DELTAplus
DELTAmax
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Built in comm.
Internal
Clock
Instrument
Values
Accuracy Class
IR
No
No
Class B (Cl. 1)
IR
No
No
IR
No
IR
IR
Pulse output
Type
-
No
OD1065
14
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
OD1365
14
No
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
FBB 11200
18
Yes *
No
Class B (Cl. 1)
2
Yes
FBB 11205
18
Yes *
No
Class B (Cl. 1)
4
Yes
FBB 11206
18
IR
No
No
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
FBU 11200
18
IR
No
No
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
OD4110
22
IR
No
No
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
OD4165
22
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAB 11000
26
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DBB 11000
27
IR
No
Yes
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
DBB 21000
27
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAB 12000
28
IR+LonWorks FTT-10A
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAL 12070
28
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAM 12070
28
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DBB 12000
30
IR
No
Yes
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
DBB 22000
30
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DCM 12070
29
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DDM 12000
31
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAB 13000
28
IR+LonWorks FTT-10A
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAL 13070
28
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DAM 13070
28
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DBB 13000
30
IR
No
Yes
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
DBB 23000
30
IR+LonWorks FTT-10A
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DBL 13000
30
IR+LonWorks FTT-10A
No
Yes
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
DBL 23070
30
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DBM 13000
30
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
DBM 23070
30
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DCB 13000
29
IR+LonWorks FTT-10A
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DCL 13070
29
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DCM 13070
29
IR
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DDB 13000
31
IR+LonWorks FTT-10A
No
Yes
Class A (Cl. 2)
-
No
DDL 23000
31
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
No
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DDM 13000
31
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DEM 12007
37
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DGM 12007
38
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DHM 12007
38
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
2
No
DEM 13005
37
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
4
No
DEM 13006
37
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DEM 13007
37
IR
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DFB 13007
37
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DFM 13007
37
IR
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DGB 13007
38
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DGM 13007
38
IR
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
DHB 13007
38
IR+M-Bus over Twisted pair
Yes
Yes
Class B (Cl. 1)
-
No
DHM 13007
38
* Internal Clock for tariff control and monthly energy values.
Tariffs
Ref page
No.
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ODINsingle
Product brief
Key applications
Communication
• Applications in Commercial buildings
• Pulse output
• Application in Industry
• Object metering
• IR port for Serial Communication Adapter
Meter performance
Installation
• Single phase
• 2 DIN modules width
• Direct connected up to 65 A
• Wide temperature range
• Active energy
• Accuracy class B (Cl .1)
Approvals
• Backlit LCD with 6 digits (6 mm digits)
• MID type approval “annex B”
• Low power consumption
• IEC type approval
• MID initial verification “annex D”
• Resettable counter
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ODINsingle
Description
The ODINsingle is a compact meter for installation in
single phase networks. The meter is mounted on a DIN
rail and is suitable for installation in distribution boards
and small enclosures such as consumer units. The meter
is available in two versions, one with pulse output and
resettable register and one without. Both these versions
measures active energy. The product is configuration free
which makes it very easy to deal with in all applications.
General features
ODINsingle is a meter that is very easy to handle. It is easy to read
the large LCD display with 6 mm high digits and symbols for load
indication and communication. The meter has a LED on the front
that flashes proportionally to the measured energy. The energy
consumption of the meter is low, less than 1.0 VA.
Communication
Data from ODINsingle is collected via pulse output or serial communication. The pulse output generates pulses proportionally
to the measured energy. ODIN comes with an infrared port for
communication with an external Serial Communication Adapter
(SCA). There are SCAs for M-Bus, RS-232, Ethernet, GSM/GPRS
and KNX (See Communication adapters, page 42).
Configuration
There is no configuration needed for ODINsingle. On versions with
resettable register, there is a push button for resetting this register
on the front of the meter. This button is covered when the meter is
installed in an enclosure. It can also be sealed by an optional cover.
Installation
All terminals are clearly marked. A load indicator is displayed on
the LCD for easy verification of the installation. ODINsingle is also
prepared for busbar installation.
Approval
ODINsingle is type approved according to IEC and it is both type
approved and verified according to MID. MID is the Measuring
Instruments Directive 2004/22/EC from the European Commission. MID type approval and verification is mandatory for meters
in billing applications within EU and EEA.
The type approval is according to standards that covers all relevant
technical aspects of the meter. These include climate conditions,
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical requirements,
mechanical requirements and accuracy.
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ODINsingle
Ordering data, Wiring diagrams
Active import measurement,
Direct connected, 1 phase,
Class B (Cl. 1), Verified and approved according MID,
IEC approval
Direct connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 65A, Class B (Cl. 1)
Order code
Type
Voltage
IR port
(V)
2CMA131040R1000
OD1065
1 x 220-240 V
Yes
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
No
0.135
Pulse
Weight
Direct connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 65A, Class B (Cl. 1), Resettable register
Order code
Type
Voltage
IR port
(V)
2CMA131041R1000
Pulse output
OD1365
1 x 220-240 V
Direct connection
N
L1
11
1
3
L1
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Yes
output
kg
Yes
0.140
ODINsingle
Technical data
Single phase meter, direct connection up to 65A
Types OD 1065 and OD 1365
Voltage (V)
Nominal voltage AC
Voltage range
1 x 220 - 240
-20% to +15% of nominal voltage
Current (A)
Imin
Itr
Iref (Ib)
In
Imax
Ist
0.25
0.5
5
65
20 mA
General data
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency range
Accuracy Class
Power consumption current circuits at 230 VAC and Iref
Power consumption voltage curcuits
50/60
± 5%
B (Cl. 1)
0.004 VA, 0.004 W
1.0 VA, 1.0 W
Standards
MID approval according to International approlval according to
EN 50470-1, EN 50470-3
IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21
Memory back-up
EEprom
Clock back-up
N/A
Clock accuracy
N/A
Temperature range (°C)
Operating
-25 to +55
Storage
-25 to +70
Transformer ratio
Voltage transformer ratio
Current transformer ratio
Max transformer ratio
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enclosure material
Upper
Lower
Polycarbonate
Glassfibre reinforced polycarbonate
Environment
Mechanical environment
Electromagnetical environment
Resistance to heat and fire
Humidity
Connection area main terminals
M1
E2
According to IEC 60695-2-10, IEC 60695-2-11:
Terminal 960°C, Cover 650°C
75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year
Current terminals 1 x mm2
Voltage terminals 1 x mm2
1 - 16
N/A
Protection against penetration of dust and water According to IEC 60529 IP 20 on terminal block without protective enclosure *)
Pulse output (only OD 1365)
Connection area, main terminals, - 1 x mm External pulse voltage
- Voltage (V) DC
- Voltage (V) AC/DC
Max. current (mA)
Pulse length (ms)
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Standard
0 - 2.5
LED
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Pulse length (ms)
1000
40
2
Display
5 - 40 (Transistor output)
N/A
100
100 (± 2.5)
100
IEC 62053-31 (SO)
Backlit LCD with 6 digits, height 6 mm
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)
Impuls voltage test (kV)
Fast transient burst test (kV)
Radio frequency immunity
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) (kV)
6, 1.2 / 50µs (IEC 60060-1, HD 588.1 S1)
4 (IEC 61000-4-4)
80 MHz - 2 GHz at 10 V/m (IEC 61000-4-3)
15 (IEC 61000-4-2)
Tariff inputs (optional)
Max. voltage (V) AC
Max. wire size (mm2)
Input voltage range (V) AC
N/A
N/A
N/A
Terminal wire area (mm2)
M-Bus
LonWorks FTT-10A
N/A
N/A
Dimensions
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
Depth (mm)
DIN modules
35.8
85
63.4
2
*) To comply with the protection requirements the meter must be mounted
in a class IP 51 enclosure or better, acc to IEC 60529.
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DELTAsingle
Product brief
Key applications
Communication
• Billing applications
• Applications in Commercial buildings
• Application in industry
• Pulse output
• IR port for Serial Communication Adapter
• Object metering
Installation
Meter performance
• 4 DIN modules width
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Terminal according to DIN 43857 (”Utility terminal”)
Single phase
Direct connected up to 80 A
Active energy
Accuracy class B (Cl.1)
LCD with 6 digits (6 mm digits)
Optional 2 or 4 tariffs
Built-in clock for tariff control
• Low power consumption
• Wide temperature range
• Sealable push buttons for configura
tion
Approvals
• MID type approval ”annex B”
• MID initial verification ”annex D”
• IEC type approval
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DELTAsingle
Description
The DELTAsingle is a single phase meter for installation
on a DIN rail in distribution boards and small enclosures
such as consumer units. The meter measures active energy.
The product supports a wide temperature range which
makes it suitable for installation in many applications.
Configuration
The configuration of DELTAsingle is simple. The two buttons
scroll and set are used to configure date, time and M-Bus primary
address. The set button is under a sealable cover.
Installation
General features
DELTAsingle is easy to handle. It is easy to read the large LCD
display with 6 mm high digits and symbols for load indication etc.
The meter has LED on the front that flashes proportionally to the
measured energy. The energy consumption of the meter is low,
less than 1.3 VA.
Communication
Data from DELTAsingle is collected via pulse output or serial
communication. The pulse output generates pulses proportionally to the measured energy. All DELTAsingle meters come with
an infrared port for communication with an external Serial Communication Adapter (SCA). There are SCAs for M-Bus, RS-232,
Ethernet, GSM/GPRS and KNX.
All terminals are clearly marked. A load indicator is displayed on
the LCD for easy verification of the installation.
Approval
DELTAsingle is type approved according to IEC and both type
approved and verified according to MID. MID is the Measuring
Instruments Directive 2004/22/EC from the European Commission. MID type approval and verification is mandatory for meters
in billing applications within EU and EEA.
The type approval is according to standards that covers all
relevant technical aspects of the meter. These include climate
conditions, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical
requirements, mechanical requirements and accuracy.
Tariffs
The DELTAsingle range includes meters for 2 and 4 tariffs. The
tariffs are controlled via an internal clock.
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DELTAsingle
Ordering data, Wiring diagrams
Active import measurement,
Direct connected, 1 phase,
Class B (Cl. 1), Verified and approved according MID,
IEC approval
Direct connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 80A, Class B (Cl. 1)
Order code
*)
Type
Voltage
No. of
(V)
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA180892R1000
FBB 11200
1 x 220-240 V
-
Yes
Yes
0.150
2CMA180894R1000
FBB 11205
1 x 220-240 V
2*)
Yes
Yes
0.150
2CMA180896R1000
FBB 11206
1 x 220-240 V
4*)
Yes
Yes
0.150
2CMA180891R1000
FBU 11200
1 x 220-240 V
-
Yes
No
0.150
2CMA180893R1000
FBU 11205
1 x 220-240 V
2
*)
Yes
No
0.150
2CMA180895R1000
FBU 11206
1 x 220-240 V
4*)
Yes
No
0.150
Controlled by internal clock.
Pulse output
Direct connection
1
20 2
21
20
SET
7
5-10 0Hz
11200V 50/ 6. 1
FBB
23 ) A CI
0
h
10(8 mp/ kW
i
100
456
123
4-10
200
LED
+
5-4
0
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1
VD
C
3
11
11
L
N
DELTAsingle
Technical data
Single phase meter, direct connection up to 80A
Type FBx
Voltage (V)
Nominal voltage AC
Voltage range
1 x 220 - 240
-20% to +15% of norminal voltage
Current (A)
Imin
Itr
Iref (Ib)
In
Imax
Ist
0.5
1.0
10
General data
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency range
Accuracy Class
Power consumption current circuits at 230 VAC and Iref
Power consumption voltage curcuits
50/60
± 5%
B (Cl. 1)
0.02 VA, 0.02 W
1.3 VA, 1.3 W
Standards
MID approval according to International approlval according to
EN 50470-1, EN 50470-3
IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21
Memory back-up
Clock back-up
80
25 mA
EEprom
Super Cap. typically 168 hours back-up at +20°C, min 48 hours over operating temperature range
Clock accuracy IEC 62052-11, IEC 62054-21
Temperature range (°C)
Operating
Storage
-40 to +55
-40 to +70
Transformer ratio
Voltage transformer ratio
Current transformer ratio
Max transformer ratio
N/A
N/A
N/A
Enclosure material
Upper
Lower
Polycarbonate
Glassfibre reinforced polycarbonate
Environment Mechanical environment
Electromagnetical environment
Resistance to heat and fire
Humidity
M1
E2
According to IEC 60695-2-10, IEC 60695-2-11,
Terminal 960°C, Cover 650°C
75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year
Connection area main terminals
Current terminals 1 x mm2
Voltage terminals 1 x mm2
4 - 25
N/A
Protection against penetration of dust
and water)
According to IEC 60529
IP 20 on terminal block without protective enclosure *
Pulse output Connection area, main terminals, - 1 x mm2
External pulse voltage
- Voltage (V) DC
- Voltage (V) AC/DC
Max. current (mA)
Pulse length (ms)
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Standard
0 - 2.5
LED
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Pulse length (ms)
1000
40
Display
LCD with 6 digits, height 6 mm
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)
Impuls voltage test (kV)
Fast transient burst test (kV)
Radio frequency immunity
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) (kV)
6, 1.2 / 50µs (IEC 60060-1, HD 588.1 S1)
4 (IEC 61000-4-4)
80 MHz - 2 GHz at 10 V/m (IEC 61000-4-3)
15 (IEC 61000-4-2)
Tariff inputs (optional)
Max. voltage (V) AC
Max. wire size (mm2)
Input voltage range (V) AC
N/A
N/A
N/A
Terminal wire area (mm2)
M-Bus
LonWorks FTT-10A
N/A
N/A
5 - 40 (Transistor output)
N/A
100
100 (± 2.5)
100
IEC 62053-1 (SO)
Dimensions
Width (mm)
72
Height (mm)
95
Depth (mm)
63.6
DIN modules
4
*) To comply with the protection requirements the meter must be mounted
in a class IP 51 enclosure or better, acc to IEC 60529.
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ODIN
Product brief
Key applications
Installation
• Applications in Commercial buildings
• 6 DIN modules width
• Object metering
• Wide temperature range
Meter performance
• Easy configuration of transformer ratio
• 3 phase
• Direct connected up to 65 A
Approvals
• Transformer connected 5 A
• MID type approval “annex B”
• Active energy
• MID initial verification “annex D”
• Accuracy class A (Cl. 2)
• IEC type approval
• LCD with 7 digits (6 mm digits)
• Low power consumption
Communication
• Pulse output
• IR port for Serial Communication Adapter
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ODIN
Description
The ODIN is a basic meter for installation in three phase
4-wire networks. The meter is mounted on a DIN rail and
is suitable for installation in distribution boards and small
encloses such as consumer units. The meter is available
in two versions, one direct connected and one transformer
connected. Both these versions measures active energy.
The product is configuration free (except for the setting of
transformer ratio on OD 4110) which makes it very easy to
deal with in all applications.
Configuration
There is no configuration for the direct connected version of ODIN.
For the transformer connected version, the only configuration
needed is the setting of the transformer ratio. This is easily done
via one push button where the appropriate setting is selected.
This configuration button is sealed when the meter is installed in
a sealable DIN rail enclosure or when a cover (see accessories,
page 21) is mounted.
Installation
General features
ODIN is a meter that is very easy to handle. It is easy to read the
large LCD display with 6 mm high digits and symbols for load
indication, voltages etc. The meter has a LED on the front that
flashes proportionally to the measured energy. The energy consumption of the meter is low, less than 0.9 VA per phase.
ODIN features an installation diagram on the front of the meter.
This makes it very easy to install. All terminals are clearly marked.
A load indicator and voltage indication is displayed on the LCD
for easy verification of the installation. ODIN is also prepared for
busbar installation.
Approval
Communication
Data from ODIN is collected via pulse output or serial communication. The pulse output generates pulses proportionally
to the measured energy. ODIN comes with an infrared port for
communication with an external Serial Communication Adapter
(SCA). There are SCAs for M-Bus, RS-232, Ethernet, GSM/GPRS
and KNX (See Communication adapters, page 42).
ODIN is type approved according to IEC and it is both type
approved and verified according to MID. MID is the Measuring
Instruments Directive 2004/22/EC from the European Commission. MID type approval and verification is mandatory for meters
in billing applications within EU and EEA.
2CMC480022C0003| Electricity meters 21
ODIN
Ordering data, Wiring diagrams
Active import measurement,
3 phase, Class A (Cl. 2), IEC approval
Direct connected electricity meter
3 phase meter 65A, Class A (Cl. 2)
Order code
2CMA131024R1000
Type
OD4165
Voltage
No. of
(V)
tariffs
3 x 230/400 V
IR port
-
Yes
Voltage
No. of
IR port
(V)
tariffs
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
Yes
0.393
Pulse
Weight
CTVT connected electricity meter
3 phase meter 10A, Class A (Cl. 2)
Order code
2CMA131025R1000
Pulse output
Type
OD4110
3 x 230/400 V
-
Yes
kg
Yes
0.417
Connection via current transformer
P1
L1
P1
L2
P1
L3
N
PE
2 5 8
20 21
11
1
4
7
11
3
6
9
Direct connection
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output
P1
P2
S1
S2
ODIN
Technical data
Three phase meter, direct connection up to 65A Voltage (V)
Current (A)
General data
Type OD4165 Nominal voltage AC
Voltage range
Imin
Itr
Iref (Ib)
In
Imax
Ist
3 x 230/400
-20% to +15% of norminal voltage
0.25
0.50
5
-
65
25 mA
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency range
Accuracy Class
Power consumption current circuits at 230 VAC and Iref
Power consumption voltage curcuits
Standards
MID approval according to International approlval according to
Memory
Type OD4110
back-up
50/60
± 5%
A (Cl. 2)
0.004 VA, 0.004 W per phase
0.9 VA, 0.9 W per phase
EN 50470-1, EN 50470-3
IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21
EEprom
Clock
back-up
N/A
Clock
accuracy N/A
Temperature range (°C)
Operating
Storage
-25 to +55
-25 to +70
Transformer ratio
Voltage transformer ratio
N/A
Current transformer ratio
N/A
Enclosure material
Upper
Lower
Environment Mechanical environment
Electromagnetical environment
Resistance to heat and fire
Humidity
Connection area main terminals
Current terminals 1 x mm2
Voltage
terminals 1 x mm2
0.10
0.25
-
5
10
15 mA
N/A
5/5, 75/5, 100/5, 150/5,
200/5, 250/5, 300/5,400/5, 500/5, 600/5, 700/5, 800/5, 900/5 A/A
Polycarbonate
Glassfibre reinforced polycarbonate
M1
E2
According to IEC 60695-2-10, IEC 60695-2-11:
Terminal 960°C, Cover 650°C
75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year
1 - 16 1 - 16
N/A 0.5 - 6
Protection against penetration of dust According to IEC 60529 and water
IP 20 on terminal block without protective enclosure *)
Pulse output Connection area, main terminals, - 1 x mm2
External pulse voltage:
- Voltage (V) DC
- Voltage (V) AC/DC
Max. current (mA)
Pulse length (ms)
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Standard
0 - 2.5
5 - 40 (transistor output)
N/A
100
100 (± 2.5)
100
IEC 62053-31 (SO)
LED
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Pulse length (ms)
100 1000
40 40
Display
0 - 2.5
5 - 40 (transistor output)
N/A
100
100 (± 2.5)
10
IEC 62053-31 (SO)
LCD with 7 digits, height 6 mm
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)
Impuls voltage test (kV)
Fast transient burst test (kV)
Radio frequency immunity
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) (kV)
Tariff inputs (optional)
Max. voltage (V) AC
Max. wire size (mm2)
Input
voltage range (V) AC
N/A
N/A
N/A
Terminal wire area (mm2)
M-Bus
LonWorks
FTT-10A
N/A
N/A
Dimensions
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
Depth (mm)
DIN modules
105
85
63.4
6
*) To comply with the protection requirements the meter must be mounted
in a class IP 51 enclosure or better, acc to IEC 60529.
6, 1.2 / 50µs (IEC 60060-1, HD 588.1 S1)
4 (IEC 61000-4-4)
80 MHz - 2 GHz at 10 V/m (IEC 61000-4-3)
15 (IEC 61000-4-2)
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DELTAplus
Product brief
Key applications
Meter performance
Communication
• Billing applications
• 3 phase and single phase
• Pulse output
• Applications in Commercial buildings
• Direct connected up to 80 A
• Built-in M-Bus or LonWorks FTT 10-A interfaces
• Application in Industry
• Active or active and reactive energy
• Object metering
• Accuracy class B or A (Cl .1 or Cl. 2)
• Transformer connected 1, 2 or 5 A
• IR port for Serial Communication Adapter
• Wide voltage range (100 – 500 V AC)
Installation
• LCD with 7 digits (7 mm digits)
• 7 DIN modules width
• Optional 2 or 4 tariffs
• Tariff control via inputs or communication
• Very low power consumption
• Terminal according to DIN 43857 (“Utility terminal”)
• Automatic installation check
• Extra wide temperature range
• Sealable push buttons for configuration
• Scroll eye for safe browsing of data and settings
Approvals
• MID type approval “annex B”
• MID initial verification “annex D”
• IEC type approval
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DELTAplus
Description
Tariffs
The DELTAplus range includes meters for 2 and 4 tariffs. The
tariffs are controlled via inputs or via communication.
Instrumentation
Through the instrumentation functionality of DELTAplus, the following electrical properties can be read
• Active power (per phase and total)
• Apparent power (per phase and total)
• Reactive power (per phase and total)
• Current (per phase)
• Voltage (per phase)
• Frequency
• Power factor
Inputs and outputs
The DELTAplus is an advanced meter for installation in
three phase and single phase networks. The meter is
mounted on a DIN rail and is suitable for installation in
distribution boards and small encloses such as consumer
units. The meter measures active or combined (active and
reactive) energy. The product supports a wide voltage
range and a wide temperature range which makes it suitable for installation in many applications.
General features
DELTAplus is an meter that is easy to handle. It is easy to
read the large LCD display with 7 mm high digits and symbols
for load indication, errors etc. The meter has LED on the front
that flashes proportionally to the measured energy. The energy consumption of the meter is very low, less than 0.6 VA.
Communication
Data from DELTAplus is collected via pulse output or serial
communication. The pulse output is a polarity independent
solid state relay that generates pulses proportionally to the
measured energy. DELTAplus can be equipped with built-in
communication interfaces for M-Bus or LonWorks FTT-10A.
All DELTAplus meters come with an infrared port for communication with an external Serial Communication Adapter
(SCA). There are SCAs for M-Bus, RS-232, Ethernet, GSM/
GPRS and KNX.
DELTAplus support two I/O’s. It can be two inputs or two
outputs or one of each. Outputs can be used for controlling
external apparatus like a contactor or an alarm (max 120 mA).
Inputs can be used for counting pulses from e.g. a water meter, or for reading status from external devices.
Configuration
The configuration of DELTAplus is simple. Using the two buttons scroll and set you can configure transformer ratio, pulse
frequency, M-Bus address and baud rate when applicable.
The two push buttons are under a sealable cover. When they
are sealed, the scroll eye on the fron of the meter can be used
for reading the parameters and also instrument values.
Installation
DELTAplus comes with an automatic installation check that indicates problems in the installation.
Approval
DELTAplus is type approved according to IEC and it is both
type approved and verified according to MID. MID is the Measuring Instruments Directive 2004/22/EC from the European Commission. MID type approval and verification is
mandatory for meters in billing applications within EU and EEA.
The type approval is according to standards that covers all
relevant technical aspects of the meter. These include climate
conditions, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical requirements, mechanical requirements and accuracy.
2CMC480022C0003| Electricity meters 25
DELTAplus
Ordering data
Active import measurement,
1 phase, Class B (Cl.1), Verified and approved according MID, IEC approval
CTVT connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA180819R1000
DAB 11000
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.291
2CMA139006R1000
DAB 11001
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.305
2CMA139464R1000
DAB 11002
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
4 2)
Yes
Yes
0.305
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Pulse
Weight
Class
tariffs
B (Cl. 1)
-
CTVT connected electricity meter, LonWorks FTT-10A
1 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
2CMA180827R1000
DAL 11070
1 x 57-288 V
Yes
output
kg
Yes
0.312
CTVT connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
1 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
2CMA139255R1000
Active and reactive import
measurement, 1 phase,
Class B (Cl.1), Verified and approved according MID,
IEC approval
DAM 11000
1 x 57-288 V
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Class
tariffs
B (Cl. 1)
-
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
No
0.298
Pulse
Weight
CTVT connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
2CMA139389R1000
1)
2)
Controlled by 1 input
Controlled by 2 inputs
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DCB 11000
1 x 57-288 V
Yes
output
kg
Yes
0.291
DELTAplus
Ordering data
Active import measurement,
1 phase, Class B or A (Cl. 1
or Cl. 2), Verified and approved according MID,
IEC approval
Direct connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
0.308
2CMA180805R1000
DBB 11000
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
2CMA180818R1000
DBB 11001
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.322
2CMA180804R1000
DBB 21000
1 x 57-288 V
A (Cl. 2
-
Yes
Yes
0.308
2CMA180816R1000
DBB 21001
1 x 57-288 V
A (Cl. 2
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.322
2CMA180817R1000
DBB 21002
1 x 57-288 V
A (Cl. 2
4
Yes
Yes
0.322
2)
Direct connected electricity meter, LonWorks FTT-10A
1 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Option
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139390R1000
DBL 11010
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
1 input
(40 V)
0.332
2CMA180833R1000
DBL 21000
1 x 57-288 V
A (Cl. 2
-
Yes
No
-
0.318
Direct connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
1 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
(V)
2CMA139386R1000
Active and reactive import
measurement, 1 phase,
Class B (Cl. 1), Verified and approved according MID,
IEC approval
DBM 11000
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
Yes
No
0.315
2CMA139373R1000
DBM 11070
1 x 57-288 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.329
2CMA180843R1000
DBM 21000
1 x 57-288 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
No
0.315
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Class
tariffs
B (Cl. 1
2
Direct connected electricity meter
1 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
2CMA139454R1000
DDB 11001
1 x 57-288 V
1)
Yes
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
Yes
0.329
Controlled by 1 input
2)
Controlled by 2 inputs
1)
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DELTAplus
Ordering data
Active import measurement,
3 phase, Class B (Cl. 1),
Verified and approved according MID, IEC approval
CTVT connected electricity meter
3 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No of
Class
tariffs
IR
port
output
Pulse
Yes
Yes
Option
Weight
kg
2CMA180807R1000
DAB 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
2CMA139366R1000
DAB 12001
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2
Yes
Yes
-
0.325
2CMA180806R1000
DAB 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
-
0.331
2CMA180870R1000
DAB 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
-
0.345
2CMA180871R1000
DAB 13002
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4
2)
Yes
Yes
-
0.345
2CMA139460R1000
DAB 13004
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4 3)
Yes
Yes
-
0.331
2CMA139379R1000
DAB 13050
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
1 in/1out
(230 V)
0.345
Accuracy
No of
Option
Weight
tariffs
IR
port
Pulse
Class
output
1)
-
0.311
CTVT connected electricity meter, LonWorks FTT-10A
3 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
kg
2CMA180825R1000
DAL 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
-
0.321
2CMA180826R1000
DAL 12070
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
-
0.335
2CMA180823R1000
DAL 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
-
0.341
2CMA139263R1000
DAL 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2
1)
Yes
No
-
0.355
2CMA180834R1000
DAL 13003
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 3)
Yes
No
-
0.341
2CMA180835R1000
DAL 13004
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4 3)
Yes
No
-
0.341
2CMA139104R1000
DAL 13010
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
1 input
(40 V)
0.355
2CMA139376R1000
DAL 13030
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
1 output
(230 V)
0.355
2CMA180824R1000
DAL 13070
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
-
0.355
CTVT connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
1)
2)
3)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA180846R1000
DAM 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
0.318
0.332
2CMA139388R1000
DAM 12070
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
2CMA180844R1000
DAM 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
0.338
2CMA180855R1000
DAM 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
No
0.352
2CMA180856R1000
DAM 13002
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4 2)
Yes
No
0.352
2CMA139286R1000
DAM 13004
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4 3)
Yes
No
0.338
2CMA180845R1000
DAM 13070
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.352
Controlled by 1 input
Controlled by 2 inputs
Controlled by communication commands
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DELTAplus
Ordering data
Active and reactive import
measurement, 3 phase,
Class B Cl. 1), Verified and approved according MID,
IEC approval
CTVT connected electricity meter
3 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
Yes
0.311
2CMA180809R1000
DCB 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
2CMA139453R1000
DCB 12001
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.325
2CMA180808R1000
DCB 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.331
2CMA180872R1000
DCB 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.345
2CMA180873R1000
DCB 13002
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4
Yes
Yes
0.345
2)
CTVT connected electricity meter, LonWorks FTT-10A
3 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
0.321
2CMA180836R1000
DCL 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
2CMA139349R1000
DCL 12004
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4 3)
Yes
No
0.321
2CMA180828R1000
DCL 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
0.341
2CMA139105R1000
DCL 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
No
0.355
2CMA139016R1000
DCL 13003
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2
Yes
No
0.341
2CMA139327R1000
DCL 13070
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.355
3)
CTVT connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No of
Class
tariffs
IR
port
output
-
Yes
Yes
2CMA180849R1000
DCM 12070
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
Pulse
Option
Weight
kg
2 output
(230 V)
0.332
2CMA180852R1000
DCM 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
-
0.338
2CMA139351R1000
DCM 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
21)
Yes
No
-
0.352
2CMA180848R1000
DCM 13070
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
2 output
(230 V)
0.352
Controlled by 1 input
Controlled by 2 inputs
3)
Controlled by communication commands
1)
2)
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DELTAplus
Ordering data
Active import measurement,
3 phase, Class B or A (Cl.
1 or Cl. 2), Verified and
approved according MID,
IEC approval
Direct connected electricity meter
3 phase meter, 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
2CMA180803R1000
DBB 12000
3 x 100-500 V
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
B (Cl. 1)
-
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
Yes
Yes
0.350
2CMA180801R1000
DBB 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.374
2CMA180812R1000
DBB 13001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.388
2CMA180802R1000
DBB 22000
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
Yes
0.350
2CMA180814R1000
DBB 22001
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.364
2CMA180815R1000
DBB 22002
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4 2)
Yes
Yes
0.364
2CMA180800R1000
DBB 23000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
Yes
0.374
2CMA180811R1000
DBB 23001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.388
2CMA180813R1000
DBB 23002
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4 2)
Yes
Yes
0.388
2CMA139461R1000
DBB 23004
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4
Yes
Yes
0.374
Pulse
Weight
3)
Direct connected electricity meter, LonWorks FTT-10A
3 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
2CMA139378R1000
DBL 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
2CMA180822R1000
DBL 22000
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
IR port
output
kg
No
0.384
Yes
Yes
No
0.360
Yes
No
0.360
Yes
No
0.360
Yes
No
0.384
2CMA180831R1000
DBL 22003
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2
3)
2CMA180832R1000
DBL 22004
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4
3)
2CMA180820R1000
DBL 23000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
2CMA139264R1000
DBL 23001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2
1)
Yes
No
0.398
2CMA180829R1000
DBL 23003
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2
3)
Yes
No
0.384
2CMA180830R1000
DBL 23004
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4
3)
Yes
No
0.384
2CMA180821R1000
DBL 23070
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
Yes
0.398
Direct connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
1)
Accuracy
No of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Option
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139364R1000
DBM 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
-
0.357
2CMA139352R1000
DBM 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
-
0.384
2CMA180842R1000
DBM 22000
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
No
-
0.357
2CMA180923R1000
DBM 22001
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2
1)
Yes
No
-
0.371
2CMA180924R1000
DBM 22002
3 x 100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4
2)
Yes
No
-
0.371
2CMA180840R1000
DBM 23000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
Yes
No
-
0.381
-
2CMA180920R1000
DBM 23001
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2
1)
Yes
No
-
0.395
2CMA180921R1000
DBM 23002
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4
2)
Yes
No
-
0.395
2CMA139017R1000
DBM 23003
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
2
3)
Yes
No
-
0.381
2CMA139326R1000
DBM 23004
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
4
3)
Yes
No
-
0.381
2CMA180922R1000
DBM 23020
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
No
2 inputs
(40V)
0.395
2CMA139256R1000
DBM 23050
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
No
1 in/1out
(230 V)
0.395
2CMA180841R1000
DBM 23070
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
Yes
Controlled by 1 input,
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2)
Controlled by 2 inputs,
3)
Controlled by communication commands
0.395
DELTAplus
Ordering data
Active and reactiv import
measurement, 3 phase,
Class B or A (Cl. 1 or Cl. 2),
Verified and approved according MID, IEC approval
Direct connected electricity meter
3 phase meter, 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139438R1000
DDB 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.350
2CMA139455R1000
DDB 12001
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.364
2CMA180810R1000
DDB 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
Yes
0.374
2CMA139257R1000
DDB 13002
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
4
Yes
Yes
0.388
Pulse
Weight
2)
Direct connected electricity meter, LonWorks FTT-10A
3 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
2CMA139357R1000
DDL 23000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
A (Cl. 2)
-
Yes
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Class
tariffs
output
kg
No
0.384
Pulse
Weight
Direct connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
1)
2)
output
kg
2CMA139365R1000
DDM 12000
3 x 100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
0.357
2CMA139447R1000
DDM 13000
3 x 57-288/100-500 V
B (Cl. 1)
-
Yes
No
0.381
Controlled by 1 input
Controlled by 2 inputs
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DELTAplus
Wiring diagrams
Transformer connected
Three phase system
Three phase sytem
• With neutral conductor, 4 wire (DAB13XXX) • Without neutral conductor, 3 wire (DAB12XXX) • With neutral conductor (DAB11XXX)
One phase system
Pulse output. External power supply
up to 247 V AC or DC
Pulse output. External power supply
up to 247 V AC or DC
• Active energy meters • Combined meters Tariff input. Control by external
power supply up to 230 V
13
15
16
N
T1
T2
T1 = Tariff input 1
T2 = Tariff input 2
Direct connected meters
Three phase system
Three phase system
One phase system
• With neutral conductor, 4 wire (DBB23XXX)
• Without neutral conductor, 3 wire (DBB22XXX) • Phase and neutral (DBB21XXX)
1 3 4 6 7 9 11
1 3 4 6 7 9 11
L1
L2
L3
N
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L1
L2
L3
L
N
DELTAplus
Technical data
Three phase meter, direct connection up to 80A
Types DBx and DDx
Voltage (V)
Nominal voltage AC
Voltage range
Types DAx and DCx
3 x 57-288/100-500 (4-wire)
3 x 100-500 (3-wire)
1 x 57-288 (single phase)
-20% to +15% of nominal voltage
Current (A)
Imin
Itr
Iref (Ib)
In
Imax
Ist
0.25 0.01
0.50 0.005
5 -
- 1.0
80 6
20 mA 2mA
General data
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency range
Accuracy Class
Power consumption current circuits at 230 VAC and Iref
Power consumption voltage curcuits
50/60
± 5%
B or A (Cl. 1 or Cl. 2)
0.007 VA, 0.007W per phase
0.5 VA, 0.5 W total
Standards
MID approval according to International approlval according to
Memory back-up
50/60
± 5%
B (Cl. 1)
0.001 VA, 0.001W per phase
0.5 VA, 0.5 W total
EN 50470-1, EN 50470-3
IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21, IEC 62053-23
EEprom
Clock back-up
N/A
Clock accuracy N/A
Temperature range (°C)
Operating
Storage
-40 to +55
-40 to +70
Transformer ratio
Voltage transformer ratio
N/A 1 - 9 999
Current transformer ratio
N/A 1 - 9 999
Max transformer ratio
N/A CT x VT max 999 999
Enclosure material
Upper
Lower
Polycarbonate
Glassfibre reinforced polycarbonate
Environment Mechanical environment
M1
Electromagnetical environment
E2
Resistance to heat and fire
According to IEC 60695-2-10, IEC 60695-2-11:
Terminal 960°C, Cover 650°C
Humidity
75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year
Connection area main terminals
Current terminals 1 x mm2
10 - 25 0.5 - 10
0.5 - 10
Voltage terminals 1 x mm2
N/A
Protection against penetration of dust
and water
According to IEC 60529 Pulse output Connection area, main terminals, - 1 x mm2
0 - 2.5 (For combined meters 0 - 0.5)
External pulse voltage
- Voltage (V) DC
N/A
- Voltage (V) AC/DC
0 - 247 (solid state relay polarity independent)
Max. current (mA)
0 - 100
Pulse length (ms)
100 (± 2.5)
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Programmable (Default 100)
Standard
IEC 62053-31(SO)
LED
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Pulse length (ms)
1000 5000 (secondary registering)
40 40
Display
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)
IP 20 on terminal block without protective enclosure *)
Impuls voltage test (kV)
Fast transient burst test (kV)
Radio frequency immunity
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) (kV)
Tariff inputs (optional)
Max. voltage (V) AC
Max. wire size (mm2)
Input voltage range (V) AC
LCD with 7 digits, height 7 mm
6, 1.2 / 50µs (IEC 60060-1, HD 588.1 S1)
4 (IEC 61000-4-4)
80 MHz - 2 GHz at 10 V/m (IEC 61000-4-3)
15 (IEC 61000-4-2)
276
2.5
57 - 276 (”voltage on”)
0 - 20 (”voltage off”)
Terminal wire area (mm2)
M-Bus
LonWorks FTT-10A
0 - 2.5
0 - 2.5
Dimensions
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
Depth (mm)
DIN modules
122.5
97
64.8
7
*) To comply with the protection requirements the meter must be mounted
in a class IP 51 enclosure or better, acc to IEC 60529.
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DELTAmax
Product brief
Key applications
• Wide voltage range (100 – 500 V AC)
Communication
• Billing applications
• LCD with 7 digits (7 mm digits)
• Pulse output
• Applications in Commercial buildings
• Optional 2 or 4 tariffs
• Built-in M-Bus interface
• Application in Industry
• Tariff control via internal clock
• Object metering
• Previous values (daily or monthly)
• IR port for Serial Communication Adapter
• Load profile (15, 30 or 60 min interval)
Meter performance
• Max demand (15, 30 or 60 min interval)
Installation
• 3 phase
• Current harmonics and Total Harmo-
nic Distortion (THD) (up to 9th harmonic)
• 7 DIN modules width
• Event log
• Automatic installation check
• Direct connected up to 80 A
• Transformer connected 1, 2 or 5 A
• Active or active and reactive energy
• Accuracy class B (Cl .1)
• Power outage time
• Time controlled outputs
• Low power consumption
• Terminal according to DIN 43857 (“Utility terminal”)
• Wide temperature range
• Sealable push buttons for configuration
• Scroll eye for safe browsing of data and settings
Approvals
• MID type approval “annex B”
• MID initial verification “annex D”
• IEC type approval
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DELTAmax
Description
Tariffs
The DELTAmax range includes meters for 2 and 4 tariffs. The tariffs
are controlled via internal clock or via communication.
Instrumentation
Through the instrumentation functionality of DELTAmax, the following electrical properties can be read
• Active power (per phase and total)
• Apparent power (per phase and total)
• Reactive power (per phase and total)
• Current (per phase)
• Voltage (per phase)
• Frequency
• Power factor
• Active quadrant
• Total current harmonic distortion
Inputs and outputs
The DELTAplus is an advanced four quadrant meter for installation in three phase networks. The meter is mounted
on a DIN rail and is suitable for installation in distribution
boards and small enclosures such as consumer units. The
meter measures active or combined (active and reactive)
energy. The product supports a wide voltage range and a
wide temperature range which makes it suitable for installation in many applications.
General features
DELTAmax has a lot of functionality. The built-in clock function is
used to log meter data in a load profile or control the setting of
tariffs. It is easy to read the large LCD display with 7 mm high digits
and symbols for load indication, errors etc. The meter has LED on
the front that flashes proportionally to the measured energy. The
energy consumption of the meter is very low, less than 0.6 VA.
DELTAmax support two I/O’s. It can be two inputs or two
outputs or one of each. Outputs can be used for controlling
external apparatus like a contactor or an alarm (max 120 mA).
Inputs can be used for counting pulses from e.g. a water meter,
or for reading status from external devices.
Configuration
The configuration of DELTAmax is simple. Using the two buttons scroll and set you can configure transformer ratio, pulse
frequency, M-Bus address and baud rate when applicable. The
two push buttons are under a sealable cover. When they are
sealed, the scroll eye on the front of the meter can be used for
reading the parameters and also instrument values.
Installation
DELTAmax comes with an automatic installation check that indicates problems in the installation.
Communication
Data from DELTAmax is collected via pulse output or serial
communication. The pulse output is a polarity independent
solid state relay that generates pulses proportionally to the
measured energy. DELTAmax can be equipped with a built-in
communication interface for M-Bus. All DELTAmax meters come
with an infrared port for communication with an external Serial
Communication Adapter (SCA). There are SCAs for M-Bus, RS-232, Ethernet and GSM/GPRS.
Approval
DELTAmax is type approved according to IEC and it is both
type approved and verified according to MID. MID is the
Measuring Instruments Directive 2004/22/EC from the European
Commission. MID type approval and verification is mandatory
for meters in billing applications within EU and EEA.
The type approval is according to standards that covers all
relevant technical aspects of the meter. These include climate
conditions, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electrical
requirements, mechanical requirements and accuracy.
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DELTAmax
Special features - RTC, PV, LP, MD, log and THD
DELTAmax has an internal clock that handles a number of
time dependent functions such as load profile, maximum
demand, previous values, event and quality log, time controlled outputs and tariffs. The data from these functions
are only readable via serial communication. When all available memory for a time dependent function is used, the
oldest data record for that function will be over-written.
Changing interval length or number of values to stored in
a function will reset all values stored.
Internal clock
The internal clock, sometimes called real time clock or RTC, has
a built-in calendar and keeps automatically track of leap year and
daylight savings time (DST). The DST function is optional.
Backup of the clock during a power failure is provided by a supercapacitor. The time is controlled from a quartz crystal based clock..
Time and date is set via push buttons or via communication.
The internal clock is approved according to IEC 62052-21 and
IEC 62054-21. These standards specify the requirements for time
switches in electricity meter related products. The accuracy is
better than 5 ppm at room temperature.
Previous values
Maximum Demand
In the maximum demand function, the mean power in each interval
is measured and the maximum mean values are stored together
with a date/time stamp. The interval lengths are 15, 30 or 60 minutes. The default value is 15 minutes.
For each set of maximum demand values the end date/time of
the period is stored.
The quantities that can be stored for each interval are active and
reactive energy (imported energy only), and the number of pulses
registered on input 1 and 2. Storage of reactive energy is only
possible on meters measuring combined energy and storing of
pulses requires that the meter is equipped with the corresponding
number of inputs. In tariff meters, the maximum demand is stored
for each tariff.
Event log
The event log function logs the following events:
• Overvoltage on each phase (+6%)
• Undervoltage level 1 on each phase (-10%)
• Undervoltage level 2 on each phase (-15%)
• Phase voltage outage (-15%)
• Negative power
• Total power outage
• Presence of current harmonics
The previous value feature will store all energy registers and input
counter values together with a date/time stamp upon change of
day or month. All total values are stored and in meters equipped
with the tariff feature all the tariff registers will also be stored.
For the over- and undervoltage events a percentage level with
respect to a nominal voltage is given which is programmable. The
phase voltage outage level use the same level as undervoltage
level 2. The negative power event will be logged if abnormal
negative power is detected.
Load Profile
For current harmonics a percentage level for the total harmonic
distorsion of the harmonics measured can be set and the event
will be logged if that limit is exceeded.
The load profile stores the energy consumption at pre-defined
intervals. The interval lengths are 15, 30 or 60 minutes. The default
value is 60 minutes.
The quantities that can be stored for each interval are active and
reactive energy, both imported and exported energy, and the
number of pulses registered on input 1 and 2. Storage of reactive
energy is only possible on meters measuring combined energy
and storing of pulses requires that the meter is equipped with the
corresponding number of inputs.
The load profile function uses the standard time setting irrespective
if the daylight savings time function is activated or not.
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THD
The current harmonics (2-9) together with the fundamental is
measured sequentially one at a time (approximately 1 harmonic
each second). The total current harmonic distortion of the harmonics measured is displayed in percent. The separate harmonic
frequencies measured are multiples of the fundamental frequency
(normally around 50 or 60 Hz) up to the 9th harmonic but not
higher than 500 Hz. At 60 Hz for example the 9th harmonic will
have frequency 540 Hz and will then not be measured.
THD data is displayed on the LCD. THD data and data for individual
harmonics can be read out via serial communication.
DELTAmax
Ordering data
Active import and export
measurement, 3 phase,
Class B (Cl. 1), Verified and
approved according MID,
IEC approval
CTVT connected electricity meter
3 phase meter, 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139495R1000
DEB 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2
Yes
Yes
0.338
2CMA139496R1000
DEB 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
41)
Yes
Yes
0.338
2CMA139497R1000
DEB 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.338
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Class
tariffs
1)
CTVT connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter, 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139549R1000
DEM 12007
3x100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.325
2CMA139498R1000
DEM 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.345
2CMA139499R1000
DEM 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
4 1)
Yes
Yes
0.345
2CMA139500R1000
DEM 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.345
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Pulse
Weight
Class
tariffs
Direct connected electricity meter
3 phase meter, 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
output
kg
2CMA139502R1000
DFB 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.379
2CMA139503R1000
DFB 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
41)
Yes
Yes
0.379
2CMA139504R1000
DFB 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.379
Pulse
Weight
Direct connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter, 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
1)
2)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
output
kg
2CMA139508R1000
DFM 12007
3x100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.362
2CMA139505R1000
DFM 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.386
2CMA139506R1000
DFM 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
4
Yes
Yes
0.386
2CMA139507R1000
DFM 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
Yes
Yes
0.386
1)
2)
Controlled by internal clock or communication, time dependent functions
Time dependent functions
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DELTAmax
Ordering data
Active and reactive import
and export measurement, 3 phase, Class B (Cl. 1),
Verified and approved according MID, IEC approval
CTVT connected electricity meter
3 phase meter, 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139509R1000
DGB 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2
Yes
Yes
0.338
2CMA139510R1000
DGB 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
41)
Yes
Yes
0.338
2CMA139511R1000
DGB 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.338
Pulse
Weight
1)
CTVT connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter, 6A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
output
kg
2CMA139517R1000
DGM 12007
3x100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.325
2CMA139512R1000
DGM 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.345
2CMA139513R1000
DGM 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
4
Yes
Yes
0.345
2CMA139514R1000
DGM 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.345
Accuracy
No. of
IR port
Class
tariffs
1)
Direct connected electricity meter
3 phase meter, 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
Pulse
Weight
output
kg
2CMA139518R1000
DHB 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2
Yes
Yes
0.379
2CMA139519R1000
DHB 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
41)
Yes
Yes
0.379
2CMA139520R1000
DHB 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.379
Pulse
Weight
1)
Direct connected electricity meter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
3 phase meter, 80A
Order code
Type
Voltage
(V)
1)
2)
Accuracy
No. of
Class
tariffs
IR port
output
kg
2CMA139524R1000
DHM 12007
3x100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.362
2CMA139521R1000
DHM 13005
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2 1)
Yes
Yes
0.386
2CMA139522R1000
DHM 13006
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
4 1)
Yes
Yes
0.386
2CMA139523R1000
DHM 13007
3x57-288/100-500V
B (Cl. 1)
2)
Yes
Yes
0.386
Controlled by internal clock or communication, time dependent functions
Time dependent functions
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DELTAmax
Technical data
Three
phase meter, direct connection up to 80A
Types DFx and DHx
Voltage (V)
Nominal voltage AC
Voltage range
Types DEx and DGx
3 x 57-288/100-500 (4-wire)
3 x 100-500 (3-wire)
1 x 57-288 (single phase)
-20% to +15% of nominal voltage
Current (A)
Imin
Itr
Iref (Ib)
In
Imax
Ist
0.25
0.50
5
-
80
20 mA
0.01
0.05
1.0
6
2 mA
General data
Frequency (Hz)
Frequency range
Accuracy Class
Power consumption current circuits at 230 VAC and Iref
Power consumption voltage curcuits
50/60
± 5%
B (Cl. 1)
0.007 VA, 0.007W per phase
0.5 VA, 0.5 W total
50/60
± 5%
B (Cl. 1)
0.001 VA, 0.001W per phase
0.5 VA, 0.5 W total
Standards
MID approval according to International approlval according to
Memory back-up
Clock back-up
EEprom
Super Cap. typically 168 hours back-up at +20°C, min 72 hours over operating temperature range
Clock accuracy Temperature range (°C)
Operating
Storage
Transformer ratio
Voltage transformer ratio
Current transformer ratio
Max transformer ratio
Enclosure material
Upper
Lower
Current terminals 1 x mm2
Voltage terminals 1 x mm2
IEC 62052-11, IEC 62054-21
-40 to +55
-40 to +70
N/A 1 - 9 999
N/A 1 - 9 999
N/A CT x VT max 999 999
Environment Mechanical environment
Electromagnetical environment
Resistance to heat and fire
Humidity
Connection area main terminals
EN 50470-1, EN 50470-3
IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21, IEC 62053-23
Polycarbonate
Glassfibre reinforced polycarbonate
M1
E2
According to IEC 60695-2-10, IEC 60695-2-11:
Terminal 960°C, Cover 650°C
75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year
1.0 - 25 0.5 - 10
N/A 0.5 - 10
Protection against penetration of dust According to IEC 60529
and water
IP 20 on terminal block without protective enclosure *)
Pulse output Connection area, main terminals, - 1 x mm2
0 - 2.5 (For comb. meters 0 - 0.5) External pulse voltage
- Voltage (V) DC
N/A
- Voltage (V) AC/DC
0 - 247 (solid state relay polarity independent)
Max. current (mA)
0 - 100
Pulse length (ms)
100 (± 2.5)
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Programmable (Default 100) Programmable (Default 10)
Standard
IEC 62053-31(SO)
LED
Pulse frequency (imp/kWh)
Pulse length (ms)
1000 5000(secondary registering)
40 40
Display
Electromagnetic compability (EMC)
Impuls voltage test (kV)
Fast transient burst test (kV)
Radio frequency immunity
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) (kV)
Tariff inputs (optional)
Max. voltage (V) AC
Max. wire size (mm2)
Input voltage range (V) AC
LCD with 7 digits, height 7 mm
6, 1.2 / 50µs (IEC 60060-1, HD 588.1 S1)
4 (IEC 61000-4-4)
80 MHz - 2 GHz at 10 V/m (IEC 61000-4-3)
15 (IEC 61000-4-2)
276
2.5
57 - 276 (”voltage on”)
0 - 20 (”voltage off”)
M-Bus
LonWorks FTT-10A
0 - 2.5
N/A
Dimensions
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
Depth (mm)
DIN modules
122.5
97
64.8
7
Terminal wire area (mm2)
*) To comply with the protection requirements the meter must be mounted
in a class IP 51 enclosure or better, acc to IEC 60529.
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DELTAplus/max
Generic information - wiring diagram, pulse frequence
Inputs or Outputs
The meter is available with various input and output as
options. The input can be used as an alarm or as a pulse
counter, e.g., for a water meter. The output can be used
as ON and OFF function, for example to switch off the
current by remote control.
The inputs/outputs are of opto-switch type and are galvanic isolated from other electronics parts in the meter.
There are two input/output voltage variants; high and
low, (see technical data). Both variants are for AC/DC
voltage and are of polarity independent.
M-Bus Protocol
The protocol is based on international standard IEC 60870.
The bus system is adapted for remote reading of energy
meters and works on the principle of master slave.
Baud rate
300, 600, 1200, 2400 (default), 4800, 9600
Installation (M-Bus)
Input/output block
Set
Scroll
LonWorks meters
C
INP
C
OUT
13
15
13
15
M-Bus network,
polarity insensitive
M-Bus and standard meters
C
INP1
INP2
C
OUT1
OUT2
C
OUT1
INP2
13
15
16
13
15
16
13
15
16
Technical data input/output
Input, Max Wire size 2.5 mm2
Data for low voltage inputs:
• Voltage range 0 - 40 V AC/DC
• 0 V to 2 V is interpreted as ”off”
• 4.5 V to 40 V is interpreted as ”on”
• Input resistance: 8 - 13 kΩ.
• Power consumption: Less than U * U / 8000 where U is voltage in volts.
• Minimum pulse length and pause: 30 ms
Data for high voltage inputs:
• Voltage range 0 – 276 V AC/DC.
• 0 V to 20 V AC/DC is interpreted as “off “.
• 45 V to 276 V AC/DC is interpreted as “on“.
• Input resistance: 80 - 85 kΩ.
• Power consumption: Less than U * U / 80000 where U is voltage in volts.
• Minimum pulse length and pause: 30 ms
LonWorks Protocol *)
The software is compatible with Lon Mark 3.2 and uses the
LonMark-profile Utility Data Logger 1.0. A description of network
variables can be found noted in the DELTAplus/DELTAmax User’s
Manual.
Technical information (LonWorks) *)
Operating and display elements:
Service pin and LED.
Bus interface: FTT-10A.
Communication rate: 78 kbps.
A software clock is implemented in the LonWorks interface to enable readings from meter to be time-recorded.
The accuracy is ± 2 seconds per 24 hours.
Installation (LonWorks) *)
Green/Red LED
Service Pin
Set Scroll
LonWorks network,
polarity insensitive
Output
Data for low voltage outputs:
• Voltage range 0 - 40 V DC/AC
• Output resistance: 12 - 25 Ω.
• Maximum current: 100 mA.
Data for high voltage outputs:
• Voltage range 0 - 400 V DC, 0 - 282 V AC.
• Output resistance: 30 - 55 Ω.
• Maximum current: 100 mA
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*) LonWorks is not available for DELTAmax
For more information see ”DELTAplus/DELTAmax Meter User’s Manual” at
www.abb.com/lowvoltage.
«Modular DIN Rail Products»«Electricity meters for DIN Rail»
DELTAmax
Generic information - Time dependent functions
Internal clock and time dependant
functions
DELTAmax meter has an internal clock that keeps track of the
date and time and is equipped with various time dependant
functions such as load profile, maximum demand, previous
values, event log, outputs controlled by time and in tariffs.
The tariffs are normally controlled via the internal clock (no
external time switch required).
The previous values, load profile, maximum demand and the
event log functions are only readable via bus.
Changing the default settings of these functions are only possible by serial communication.
If the time and date are not set no values will be registered.
Load profile
In the load profile function each day is divided into intervals of
a certain length where the energy consumption in each interval
is stored. The possible interval lengths are 15, 30 or 60 minutes.
The default value is 60 minutes.
The quantities that can be stored are active and reactive energy
with the number of pulses registered on input 1 and 2. Storage
of reactive energy is possible on combined meters only and
storing of pulses requires meters with corresponding input.
The load profile function always use standard time irrespective
if the DST (daylight savings time) function is active or not.
Maximum demand
If all the memory available for a time dependant function is
used, the oldest recorded data for that function will be overwritten. Changing interval length or number of values to be stored
for a function will reset all values stored.
In the maximum demand function the time is divided into intervals of a certain length and the mean power in each interval is
measured and the maximum mean value is stored together with
a date/time stamp. The possible interval lengths are 15, 30 or
60 minutes and is programmable. Default value 15.
Internal clock
For each set of maximum demand values the end date/time
of the period is stored.
The internal clock has a built in calendar and keeps automatically track of leap year and daylight savings time (DST).
DST function is optional.
Backup of the clock during a power failure is provided by a
supcapacitor. The time is controlled from a quartz crystal based
real time clock. Time and date is set via the buttons or via communications.
The quantities that can be stored are active and reactive power
and number of pulses registered on input 1 and 2 (pulses/interval). In tariff meters the maximum demand is stored for each
tariff.
The maximum number of maximum demand values to be stored
are programmable from 0 up to 127.
The internal clock is approved according to IEC 62052-21
and IEC 62054-21 which contains particular requirements for
time switches. The stated accuracy is less than 5 ppm at room
temperature when controlled from the quartz crystal based real
time clock.
Event log
Previous values
• Phase voltage outage (-15%)
The monthly value feature will store all energy registers and
input counter values altogether with a date/time stamp upon a
change of day or month. All total energy values are stored and
in meters equipped with the tariff feature all the tariff registers
will also be stored. The number of stored monthly values can be
set from 0 to 127.
The event log function can log the following events:
• Overvoltage on each phase (+6%)
• Undervoltage level 1 on each phase (-10%)
• Undervoltage level 2 on each phase (-15%)
• Negative power
• Total power outage
For the over- and undervoltage events a percentage level in
respect to a nominal voltage is given which is programmable.
For each registered event the start date/time and the duration
(in seconds) is stored.
The number of events to be stored are programmable from 0 up
to 255.
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Communication adapters
Description
SCA Two-wire M-Bus
The M-Bus adapter can be ordered for two-wire M-Bus
usage.
To connect the M-Bus loop, terminals 1-2 or 3-4 can be used.
The loop continues on the other two free terminals. The M-Bus two-wire connection is polarity insensitive. The twowire connection is mainly used when several M-Bus slaves are
to be connected into a M-Bus loop.
The adapter is powered directly by the M-Bus and does not
require an additional power source. The M-Bus adapter consumes 3 mA i.e. two standard M-Bus loads.
M-Bus
M-Bus
M-Bus loop
enters
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
The Serial Communication Adapter (SCA) enables serial
data communication between the electricity meter and an
Automatic Meter Reading system (AMR).
M-Bus loop
continues
Connecting 2-wire M-Bus
The adapter for ABB DIN rail mounted electricity meters
SCA RS232
The electricity meter has an infrared port for remote reading of
its measured data and identity, using the M-Bus protocol.
The RS232 M-Bus connection is used when connecting a
M-Bus slave directly to a Master (e.g. PC/modem) without an
M-Bus interface.
The SCA is an interface between the infrared port and the
external communication.
• Installation on a DIN rail
• Compact size
The table below shows how to connect a M-Bus master computer (PC). To connect to a M-Bus repeater (MODEM) switch
RXD <> TXD in table 1.
• Easy installation
Terminal no
Function
9-pole connector
25-pole
connector
Installation
1
GND --
5
7
The SCA is installed on the left hand side of the meter. The
infrared port on ABB meter must face the infrared port on the
right side of the SCA. It is important that the electricity meter
and the adapter are installed side by side and that the infrared
ports are aligned.
2
TXD <-
3
2
3
DTR >-
4
20
4
RXD -> 2
3
Connecting M-Bus Master (PC) with R232 port to the ABB adapter.
GND
GND
RXD
TXD
DTR
TXD
1 2 3 4
RS232 for PC
connection
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DTR
RXD
1 2 3 4
RS232 for modem
connection
Communication adapters
Description
100-240 VAC
1 2 3 4
SCA Ethernet M-Bus
The Ethernet adapter is used for communication over Ethernet networks.
The data is communicated using M-Bus over UDP or TCP. The adapter also has built in web
server. The web server can be accessed through a standard web browser in a PC using the IP
address of the adapter.
The Ethernet adapter is powered by 100 – 240 VAC (-20/+15%) between terminal 1 and 4. To
connect to an Ethernet network a RJ-45 connector is used.
Ethernet
SCA GSM/GPRS M-Bus
The GSM/GPRS communication adapter is a quad band GSM/GPRS device, which enables
communication with GSM or GPRS over GSM 850/900 and GSM 1800/1900 networks. The
ABB GSM/GPRS communication adapter support remote configuration using Short Message
Service (SMS), which provides flexible configuration of the adapter. It is also possible to read
essential meter data via SMS commands.
The adapter is powered with 100-240 VAC (-15/+10%).
100-240 VAC
SCA M-Bus extender
1 2 3 4
Antenna
The M-Bus extender makes it possible to expand your SCA with up to 32 extra M-Bus units.
The M-Bus extender features standard M-Bus over IR communication and is equipped with
the unique IR-Pass Through function, making the product series stackable.The M-Bus extender is only for use with M-Bus networks using M-Bus addressing.
SCA/KNX interface module
The SCA/KNX interface module is used to connect the meter to an EIB/KNX installation. The
KNX module converts the M-Bus telegrams to KNX variables. Some M-Bus data is not available through this adapter.
Abbreviations
AMR
BMS
EMS
GPRS
GSM
LAN
PSTN
SCA
Automatic Meter Reading
Building Management System
Energy Management System
General Packet Radio Service
Global System for Mobile Communication
Local Area Network
Public Switched Telephone Network
Serial Communication Adapter
2CMC480022C0003| Electricity meters 43
Communication adapters
Ordering data
Serial Communication
Adapter enables serial data
communication between
the elctricity meter and
data management systems.
Communication adapter, M-Bus over Ethernet
Order code
2CMA137121R1000
Type
CEM 05100
Voltage
IR port
Weight
(V)
output
kg
100-240 V
Yes
Communication adapter, M-Bus over GSM/GPRS
Order code
2CMA137104R1000
Type
CGM 05000
Voltage
IR port
(V)
output
kg
Yes
0.105
Voltage
IR port
Weight
(V)
output
kg
Yes
0.070
Voltage
IR port
Weight
(V)
output
kg
Yes
0.072
Voltage
IR port
Weight
(V)
output
kg
Yes
0.073
Voltage
IR port
Weight
(V)
output
kg
Yes
0.067
100-240 V
Weight
Communication adapter, M-Bus Master for 32 M-Bus units
Order code
2CMA137120R1000
Type
CMM 05000
100-240 V
Communication adapter, M-Bus over RS232
Order code
2CMA137091R1000
Type
CRM 04000
-
Communication adapter, M-Bus over Twisted pair
Order code
2CMA137090R1000
Type
CTM 04000
-
Communication adapter, EIB/KNX
Order code
2CDG110083R0011
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Type
ZS/S 1.1
-
Accessories
Ordering data
Accessories for electricity
energy meters.
DIN-rail
Order code
Type
Type of electricity
Application
Weight
meter
kg
2CMA132540R1000
DIN-rail
DELTAplus
Wall mounting
0.025
2CMA139501R1000
DIN-rail
DELTAsingle
Wall mounting
0.025
Type
Type of electricity
Application
Weight
Wall mounting
0.070
Sealing
0.025
Application
Weight
Panel mounting
0.200
Application
Weight
Wall mounting
0.500
Cover
Order code
meter
2CMA132633R1000
Long cover
DELTAplus
2CMA131026R1000
Short cover
ODIN
Type
Type of electricity
kg
Front mounting kit
Order code
meter
2CMA132635R1000
Front mounting kit
DELTAplus and ODIN
Type
Type of electricity
kg
Enclosure
Order code
meter
2CMA131022R1000
Enclosure (6 modules)
ODIN
kg
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Measuring Instruments Directive (MID)
information
Getting to terms with the MID
Type approval and initial verification via NMi
The Measuring Instruments Directive (MID) is a relatively new
term. MID was introduced by the European Commission in
2004 to promote the free trade of measuring instruments
and provide common rules for their use. As European Directive 2004/22/EC, MID came fully into force on October 30th,
2006.
According to MID, type approval follows the directive’s Annex B; the product must fulfill relevant parts of EN 50470
and be assessed by a Notified Body that then issues a certificate for that product. We use NMi, an independent expert for
metrology testing, certifying and calibrating, for this task.
Instruments must meet the essential requirements of the
directive plus one of ten instrument-specific annexes. For
electricity meters, this is MI-003 (active electrical energy
meters). Approval to MID is required for meters used in billing
applications and preferable in many related areas, e.g. joint
residential sourcing.
Creates a single EU instrument market
The aim of the directive is to create a single market in measuring instruments for the benefit of manufacturers and, ultimately, consumers across Europe. National rules that deviate from
MID are not allowed. With an MID ’European Type Approval
Certificate’, an instrument can be sold and used in any EU (or
EEA) member state.
Routes to certification
ABB has selected to do initial verification. This means that all
ABB meters described here are individually tested to ensure
that they are equivalent to the type approval.
Accredited calibration laboratory and audits ensure compliance
To ensure that the calibration and verification of ABB electricity meters meet MID demands, we have our own accredited
calibration laboratory that operates under the auspices of
SWEDAC, the Swedish Board for Accreditation and Conformity Assessment. Each meter is stamped with the code
SE1818, showing that it has been calibrated and approved in
this laboratory.
Finally, own manufacture with an accredited laboratory and
Annex D approval means that both NMi and SWEDAC perform regular audits to ensure that our processes and tools
perform as required.
MID stipulates requirements in three areas; climate conditions
(e.g. how different temperature zones affect requirements),
mechanical environments and electromagnetic environments.
RECOGNISED
WELMEC, a committee whose principal aim is to establish
a harmonized and consistent approach to European legal
metrology (metering), draws up design guidelines for electricity meters. These are then standardized by CENELEC, the
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization, as
standards EN 50470-1, -2 and -3.
MID makes it clear that there are several ways to certify
products such as electricity meters. ABB has chosen type
approval according to Annex B and initial verification according to Annex D.
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Every electricity meter made by ABB is type approved, verified and issued
with a certificate of compliance according to MID requirements.
Dimensions
ODINsingle, ODIN
ODINsingle
Bottom view,
terminal area
Front view
Side view
57.4
44
N
L1
63.4
85
35.8
45
35.8
L1
Ø 4.4
38
63.4
ODIN
Bottom view,
terminal area
Front view
Side view
Ø 5.3
Ø 7.4
17.5
57.4
44
85
Ø 4.4
105
Terminal area, transformer connected meter
45
35.8
63.4
Terminal area,
direct connected meter
Dimensions in mm
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Dimensions
DELTAsingle, DELTAplus, DELTAmax
DELTAsingle
Bottom view,
terminal area
Front view
Side view
SET
95
SCROLL
18
Ø7
23
72
DELTAplus/DELTAmax
Side view,
all meters
Front view,
all meters
57.1
42.4
2
35.8
96
100
45
63.1
Bottom view, Terminal area,
transformer connected meter
Bottom view, Terminal area,
direct connected meter
Dimensions in mm
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Dimensions
Serial communication adapter
Serial communication adapter
Top view,
terminal area
Front view
Side view
58
44
90
35.8
45
63.4
36
Dimensions in mm
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Cross reference
Meter type - Order code
Type
Order code
CEM 05100
CGM 05000
CMM 05000
CRM 04000
CTM 04000
DAB 11000
DAB 11001
DAB 11002
DAB 12000
DAB 12001
2CMA137121R1000
2CMA137104R1000
2CMA137120R1000
2CMA137091R1000
2CMA137090R1000
2CMA180819R1000
2CMA139006R1000
2CMA139464R1000
2CMA180807R1000
2CMA139366R1000
DAB 13000
DAB 13001
DAB 13002
DAB 13004
DAB 13050
DAL 11070
DAL 12000
DAL 12070
DAL 13000
DAL 13001
Page
Type
Order code
44
44
44
44
44
26
26
26
28
28
DBM 23050
DBM 23070
DCB 11000
DCB 12000
DCB 12001
DCB 13000
DCB 13001
DCB 13002
DCL 12000
DCL 12004
2CMA139256R1000
2CMA180841R1000
2CMA139389R1000
2CMA180809R1000
2CMA139453R1000
2CMA180808R1000
2CMA180872R1000
2CMA180873R1000
2CMA180836R1000
2CMA139349R1000
30
30
26
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
2CMA180806R1000
2CMA180870R1000
2CMA180871R1000
2CMA139460R1000
2CMA139379R1000
2CMA180827R1000
2CMA180825R1000
2CMA180826R1000
2CMA180823R1000
2CMA139263R1000
28
28
28
28
28
26
28
28
28
28
DCL 13000
DCL 13001
DCL 13003
DCL 13070
DCM 12070
DCM 13000
DCM 13001
DCM 13070
DDB 11001
DDB 12000
2CMA180828R1000
2CMA139105R1000
2CMA139016R1000
2CMA139327R1000
2CMA180849R1000
2CMA180852R1000
2CMA139351R1000
2CMA180848R1000
2CMA139454R1000
2CMA139438R1000
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
27
31
DAL 13003
DAL 13004
DAL 13010
DAL 13030
DAL 13070
DAM 11000
DAM 12000
DAM 12070
DAM 13000
DAM 13001
2CMA180834R1000
2CMA180835R1000
2CMA139104R1000
2CMA139376R1000
2CMA180824R1000
2CMA139255R1000
2CMA180846R1000
2CMA139388R1000
2CMA180844R1000
2CMA180855R1000
28
28
28
28
28
26
28
28
28
28
DDB 12001
DDB 13000
DDB 13002
DDL 23000
DDM 12000
DDM 13000
DEB 13005
DEB 13006
DEB 13007
DEM 12007
2CMA139455R1000
2CMA180810R1000
2CMA139257R1000
2CMA139357R1000
2CMA139365R1000
2CMA139447R1000
2CMA139495R1000
2CMA139496R1000
2CMA139497R1000
2CMA139549R1000
31
31
31
31
31
31
37
37
37
37
DAM 13002
DAM 13004
DAM 13070
DBB 11000
DBB 11001
DBB 12000
DBB 13000
DBB 13001
DBB 21000
DBB 21001
2CMA180856R1000
2CMA139286R1000
2CMA180845R1000
2CMA180805R1000
2CMA180818R1000
2CMA180803R1000
2CMA180801R1000
2CMA180812R1000
2CMA180804R1000
2CMA180816R1000
28
28
28
27
27
30
30
30
27
27
DEM 13005
DEM 13006
DEM 13007
DFB 13005
DFB 13006
DFB 13007
DFM 12007
DFM 13005
DFM 13006
DFM 13007
2CMA139498R1000
2CMA139499R1000
2CMA139500R1000
2CMA139502R1000
2CMA139503R1000
2CMA139504R1000
2CMA139508R1000
2CMA139505R1000
2CMA139506R1000
2CMA139507R1000
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
37
DBB 21002
DBB 22000
DBB 22001
DBB 22002
DBB 23000
DBB 23001
DBB 23002
DBB 23004
DBL 11010
DBL 13000
2CMA180817R1000
2CMA180802R1000
2CMA180814R1000
2CMA180815R1000
2CMA180800R1000
2CMA180811R1000
2CMA180813R1000
2CMA139461R1000
2CMA139390R1000
2CMA139378R1000
27
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
27
30
DGB 13005
DGB 13006
DGB 13007
DGM 12007
DGM 13005
DGM 13006
DGM 13007
DHB 13005
DHB 13006
DHB 13007
2CMA139509R1000
2CMA139510R1000
2CMA139511R1000
2CMA139517R1000
2CMA139512R1000
2CMA139513R1000
2CMA139514R1000
2CMA139518R1000
2CMA139519R1000
2CMA139520R1000
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
38
DBL 21000
DBL 22000
DBL 22003
DBL 22004
DBL 23000
DBL 23001
DBL 23003
DBL 23004
DBL 23070
DBM 11000
2CMA180833R1000
2CMA180822R1000
2CMA180831R1000
2CMA180832R1000
2CMA180820R1000
2CMA139264R1000
2CMA180829R1000
2CMA180830R1000
2CMA180821R1000
2CMA139386R1000
27
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
27
DHM 12007
DHM 13005
DHM 13006
DHM 13007
DIN-rail
DIN-rail
Enclosure
FBB 11200
FBB 11205
FBB 11206
2CMA139524R1000
2CMA139521R1000
2CMA139522R1000
2CMA139523R1000
2CMA132540R1000
2CMA139501R1000
2CMA131022R1000
2CMA180892R1000
2CMA180894R1000
2CMA180896R1000
38
38
38
38
45
45
45
18
18
18
DBM 11070
DBM 12000
DBM 13000
DBM 21000
DBM 22000
DBM 22001
DBM 22002
DBM 23000
DBM 23001
DBM 23002
2CMA139373R1000
2CMA139364R1000
2CMA139352R1000
2CMA180843R1000
2CMA180842R1000
2CMA180923R1000
2CMA180924R1000
2CMA180840R1000
2CMA180920R1000
2CMA180921R1000
27
30
30
27
30
30
30
30
30
30
FBU 11200
FBU 11205
FBU 11206
Front mounting kit
Long cover
OD1065
OD1365
OD4110
OD4165
Short cover
2CMA180891R1000
2CMA180893R1000
2CMA180895R1000
2CMA132635R1000
2CMA132633R1000
2CMA131040R1000
2CMA131041R1000
2CMA131025R1000
2CMA131024R1000
2CMA131026R1000
18
18
18
45
45
14
14
22
22
45
DBM 23003
DBM 23004
DBM 23020
2CMA139017R1000
2CMA139326R1000
2CMA180922R1000
30
30
30
ZS/S 1.1
2CDG110083R0011
44
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Cross reference
Order code - Meter type
Order code
Type
2CDG110083R0011
2CMA131022R1000
2CMA131024R1000
2CMA131025R1000
2CMA131026R1000
2CMA131040R1000
2CMA131041R1000
2CMA132540R1000
2CMA132633R1000
2CMA132635R1000
ZS/S 1.1
Enclosure
OD4165
OD4110
Short cover
OD1065
OD1365
DIN-rail
Long cover
Front mounting kit
2CMA137090R1000
2CMA137091R1000
2CMA137104R1000
2CMA137120R1000
2CMA137121R1000
2CMA139006R1000
2CMA139016R1000
2CMA139017R1000
2CMA139104R1000
2CMA139105R1000
Page
Order code
Type
Page
44
45
22
22
45
14
14
45
45
45
2CMA139519R1000
2CMA139520R1000
2CMA139521R1000
2CMA139522R1000
2CMA139523R1000
2CMA139524R1000
2CMA139549R1000
2CMA180800R1000
2CMA180801R1000
2CMA180802R1000
DHB 13006
DHB 13007
DHM 13005
DHM 13006
DHM 13007
DHM 12007
DEM 12007
DBB 23000
DBB 13000
DBB 22000
38
38
38
38
38
38
37
30
30
30
CTM 04000
CRM 04000
CGM 05000
CMM 05000
CEM 05100
DAB 11001
DCL 13003
DBM 23003
DAL 13010
DCL 13001
44
44
44
44
44
26
29
30
28
29
2CMA180803R1000
2CMA180804R1000
2CMA180805R1000
2CMA180806R1000
2CMA180807R1000
2CMA180808R1000
2CMA180809R1000
2CMA180810R1000
2CMA180811R1000
2CMA180812R1000
DBB 12000
DBB 21000
DBB 11000
DAB 13000
DAB 12000
DCB 13000
DCB 12000
DDB 13000
DBB 23001
DBB 13001
30
27
27
28
28
29
29
31
30
30
2CMA139255R1000
2CMA139256R1000
2CMA139257R1000
2CMA139263R1000
2CMA139264R1000
2CMA139286R1000
2CMA139326R1000
2CMA139327R1000
2CMA139349R1000
2CMA139351R1000
DAM 11000
DBM 23050
DDB 13002
DAL 13001
DBL 23001
DAM 13004
DBM 23004
DCL 13070
DCL 12004
DCM 13001
26
30
31
28
30
28
30
29
29
29
2CMA180813R1000
2CMA180814R1000
2CMA180815R1000
2CMA180816R1000
2CMA180817R1000
2CMA180818R1000
2CMA180819R1000
2CMA180820R1000
2CMA180821R1000
2CMA180822R1000
DBB 23002
DBB 22001
DBB 22002
DBB 21001
DBB 21002
DBB 11001
DAB 11000
DBL 23000
DBL 23070
DBL 22000
30
30
30
27
27
27
26
30
30
30
2CMA139352R1000
2CMA139357R1000
2CMA139364R1000
2CMA139365R1000
2CMA139366R1000
2CMA139373R1000
2CMA139376R1000
2CMA139378R1000
2CMA139379R1000
2CMA139386R1000
DBM 13000
DDL 23000
DBM 12000
DDM 12000
DAB 12001
DBM 11070
DAL 13030
DBL 13000
DAB 13050
DBM 11000
30
31
30
31
28
27
28
30
28
27
2CMA180823R1000
2CMA180824R1000
2CMA180825R1000
2CMA180826R1000
2CMA180827R1000
2CMA180828R1000
2CMA180829R1000
2CMA180830R1000
2CMA180831R1000
2CMA180832R1000
DAL 13000
DAL 13070
DAL 12000
DAL 12070
DAL 11070
DCL 13000
DBL 23003
DBL 23004
DBL 22003
DBL 22004
28
28
28
28
26
29
30
30
30
30
2CMA139388R1000
2CMA139389R1000
2CMA139390R1000
2CMA139438R1000
2CMA139447R1000
2CMA139453R1000
2CMA139454R1000
2CMA139455R1000
2CMA139460R1000
2CMA139461R1000
DAM 12070
DCB 11000
DBL 11010
DDB 12000
DDM 13000
DCB 12001
DDB 11001
DDB 12001
DAB 13004
DBB 23004
28
26
27
31
31
29
27
31
28
30
2CMA180833R1000
2CMA180834R1000
2CMA180835R1000
2CMA180836R1000
2CMA180840R1000
2CMA180841R1000
2CMA180842R1000
2CMA180843R1000
2CMA180844R1000
2CMA180845R1000
DBL 21000
DAL 13003
DAL 13004
DCL 12000
DBM 23000
DBM 23070
DBM 22000
DBM 21000
DAM 13000
DAM 13070
27
28
28
29
30
30
30
27
28
28
2CMA139464R1000
2CMA139495R1000
2CMA139496R1000
2CMA139497R1000
2CMA139498R1000
2CMA139499R1000
2CMA139500R1000
2CMA139501R1000
2CMA139502R1000
2CMA139503R1000
DAB 11002
DEB 13005
DEB 13006
DEB 13007
DEM 13005
DEM 13006
DEM 13007
DIN-rail
DFB 13005
DFB 13006
26
37
37
37
37
37
37
45
37
37
2CMA180846R1000
2CMA180848R1000
2CMA180849R1000
2CMA180852R1000
2CMA180855R1000
2CMA180856R1000
2CMA180870R1000
2CMA180871R1000
2CMA180872R1000
2CMA180873R1000
DAM 12000
DCM 13070
DCM 12070
DCM 13000
DAM 13001
DAM 13002
DAB 13001
DAB 13002
DCB 13001
DCB 13002
28
29
29
29
28
28
28
28
29
29
2CMA139504R1000
2CMA139505R1000
2CMA139506R1000
2CMA139507R1000
2CMA139508R1000
2CMA139509R1000
2CMA139510R1000
2CMA139511R1000
2CMA139512R1000
2CMA139513R1000
DFB 13007
DFM 13005
DFM 13006
DFM 13007
DFM 12007
DGB 13005
DGB 13006
DGB 13007
DGM 13005
DGM 13006
37
37
37
37
37
38
38
38
38
38
2CMA180891R1000
2CMA180892R1000
2CMA180893R1000
2CMA180894R1000
2CMA180895R1000
2CMA180896R1000
2CMA180920R1000
2CMA180921R1000
2CMA180922R1000
2CMA180923R1000
FBU 11200
FBB 11200
FBU 11205
FBB 11205
FBU 11206
FBB 11206
DBM 23001
DBM 23002
DBM 23020
DBM 22001
18
18
18
18
18
18
30
30
30
30
2CMA139514R1000
2CMA139517R1000
2CMA139518R1000
DGM 13007
DGM 12007
DHB 13005
38
38
38
2CMA180924R1000
DBM 22002
30
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