Device handbook
SIRAX BM1400
Operating Instructions universal multifunctional monitor
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG
Aargauerstrasse 7
CH-5610 Wohlen/Switzerland
Tel: +41 56 618 21 11
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Table of contents
1. Introduction
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
1.1 Purpose of this document……………………………………………………………………………………………
1.2 Scope of supply …………………………………………………………………………………………………
1.3 Further documents …………………………………………………………………………………………………
2. Safety notes
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. Device overview
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
3.1 Brief description …………………………………………………………………………………………………
3.2 Available measurement data …………………………………………………………………………………………
4. Mechanical mounting ………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.1 Panel cut out
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.2 Mounting of the device………………………………………………………………………………………………
4.3 Demounting of the device……………………………………………………………………………………………
5. Electrical connections ………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.1 General safety notes ………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.2 Possible cross sections and tightening torques ………………………………………………………………………
5.3 Inputs
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.4 Power supply
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
5.5 Modbus interface RS485 ……………………………………………………………………………………………
6. Commissioning
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
6.1 Operating the device
……………………………………………………………………………………………
6.2 Measurement Reading Screens………………………………………………………………………………………
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7. Programming
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 12
7.1. Password Protection ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 12
7.2 Menu selection
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.1 System Parameter selection screen …………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.2 Communication Parameter selection screen …………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.3 Reset Parameter selection screen …………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.4 Output Option selection screen. ……………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.5 Quit screen ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.1 System Parameters selection ………………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.1.1 System type. …………………………………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.1.2 Potential Transformer Primary Value ……………………………………………………………………… 13
7.2.1.3 Potential Transformer secondary Value …………………………………………………………………… 14
7.2.1.4 Current Transformer Primary Value ……………………………………………………………………… 14
7.2.1.5 Current Transformer Secondary Value …………………………………………………………………… 14
7.2.1.6 Demand Integration Time ……………………………………………………………………………… 14
7.2.1.7 Auto Scrolling ………………………………………………………………………………………… 14
7.2.1.8 Low Current noise cutoff.………………………………………………………………………………… 14
7.2.1.9. Energy Display on modbus ……………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.1.10 Energy Digit reset count ……………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.2 Communication Parameter Selection ………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.2.1 Address Setting ………………………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.2.2 RS 485 Baud Rate ……………………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.2.3 RS 485 Parity Selection ………………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.3 Reset Parameter Selection …………………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.3.1 Resetting Parameter …………………………………………………………………………………… 15
7.2.4. Output Option selection menu ………………………………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1 Configuration of Output ………………………………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1 Relay1 output Selection menu …………………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1.1 Pulse output ……………………………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1.2 Limit output ……………………………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1.1.1 Assignment of Energy to pulse output (Relay 1) ………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1.1.2 Pulse Duration Selection ……………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1.1.3 Pulse Rate …………………………………………………………………………… 17
7.2.4.1.1.2.1 Assignment of Limit output (for Relay1) to parameter …………………………………… 18
7.2.4.1.1.2.2 Limit1 Configuration select……………………………………………………………… 18
7.2.4.1.1.2.3 Trip point selection …………………………………………………………………… 18
7.2.4.1.1.2.4 Hysteresis selection …………………………………………………………………… 18
7.2.4.1.1.2.5 Energizing Delay time ………………………………………………………………… 19
7.2.4.1.1.2.6 De-Energizing Delay time ……………………………………………………………… 19
7.2.4.1.2 Analog Output …………………………………………………………………………………… 19
7.2.4.1.2.1 Parameter setting for Analog Output 1 (Optional) ……………………………………………… 19
7.2.4.1.2.2 Parameter setting Analog Output 2 (Optional) ………………………………………………… 19
8. Phase Rotation Error screen ………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
9. Run hour
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
10. On hour
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
11. Number of Interruption ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
12. Analog Output ( optional ) …………………………………………………………………………………………… 20
13. Relay output (Optional) ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 22
13.1 Pulse Output
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 22
13.2 Limit Switch
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 23
14. Service, maintenance and disposal ………………………………………………………………………………… 24
14.1 Repair work and modifications …………………………………………………………………………………… 24
14.2 Calibration and new adjustment …………………………………………………………………………………… 24
14.3 Cleaning
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
14.4 Disposal
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
14.5 Return
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
15. Technical data
………………………………………………………………………………………………… 24
15.1 Dimensional drawings …………………………………………………………………………………………… 27
15.2 Phasor diagram ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 28
15.2 Connection and programming via the RS485 interface ……………………………………………………………… 28
16. Interface Definition Modbus (RS485) ………………………………………………………………………………… 29
16.1 Modbus functions
……………………………………………………………………………………………… 29
16.2 Data types
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1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose of this document
This document describes the universal measurement device SIRAX BM1400. It is intended to be used by:
• Installation personnel and commissioning engineers
• Service and maintenance personnel
• Planners
Scope
This handbook is valid for all hardware versions of the BM1400. Some of the functions described in this doc-ument are available only, if the
necessary optional components are included in the device.
Required knowledge
A general knowledge in the field of electrical engineering is required. For assembly and installation of the device knowledge of applicable national
safety regulations and installation standard is required.
1.2 Scope of supply
Measurement device SIRAX BM1400
Safety instructions (multiple languages)
• Connection set: 4 mounting clamps
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•
1.3 Further documents
The following documents are provided electronically via www.camillebauer.com:
• Safety instructions SIRAX BM1400
• Operating Instructions SIRAX BM1400
• Flyer SIRAX Monitor Line
2. Safety notes
Device may only be disposed in a professional manner!
The installation and commissioning should only be carried out by trained personnel.
Check the following points before commissioning:
- that the maximum values for all the connections are not exceeded, see „Technical data“ section,
- that the connection wires are not damaged, and that they are not live during wiring,
- that the power flow direction and the phase rotation are correct.
The instrument must be taken out of service if safe operation is no longer possible (e.g. visible damage). In this
case, all the connections must be switched off. The instrument must be returned to the factory or to an authorized
service dealer.
It is forbidden to open the housing and to make modifications to the instrument. The instrument is not equipped
with an integrated circuit breaker. During installation check that a labeled switch is installed and that it can easily
be reached by the operators.
Unauthorized repair or alteration of the unit invalidates the warranty.
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3. Device overview
3.1 Brief description
The universal measuring device SIRAX BM1400 is suited for fixed mounting and the measurement of Voltage, current, frequency, power, energy
(active / reactive / apparent), power factor, phase angle, etc in low voltage switchgear. The units are designed for unbalanced load network forms
of 3-phase mains with 3- or 4-wire.
3.2 Available measurement data
Measured Parameters
Units
3P 3W
3P 4W
System Voltage U
V
•
•
Voltage U1N / U2N / U3N
V
–
•
Voltage U12 / U23 / U31
V
•
•
System Current I
A
•
•
Current IL1 / IL2 / IL3
A
•
•
Neutral Current IN
A
–
•
Frequency F
Hz
•
•
Active Power P / P1 / P2 / P3
kW
–
•
Reactive Power ∅Q / Q1 / Q2 / Q3
kVAr
–
•
Apparent Power ∅S / S1 / S2 / S3
kVA
–
•
Power Factor PF1 / PF2 / PF3
–
–
•
Phase Angle Phi1 / Phi2 / Phi3
degree
–
•
kWh
•
•
Active Export Energy (8 Digit resolution)*
kWh
•
•
Capacitive Reactive Energy (8 Digit resolution)*
kVArh
•
•
Inductive Reactive Energy (8 Digit resolution)*
kVArh
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Apparent Energy (8 Digit resolution)*
kVAh
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Current Demand
A
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Max Current Demand
A
•
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Apparent Power Demand
kVA
•
•
Max Apparent Power Demand
kVA
•
•
Import Active Power Demand
kW
•
•
Active Import Energy (8 Digit resolution)*
Export Active Power Demand
kW
•
•
Max Import Active Power Demand
kW
•
•
Max Export Active Power Demand
kW
•
•
Run Hour
hours
•
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On Hour
hours
•
•
Number of Interruptions
counts
•
•
Phase Rotation Error
–
•
•
Phase Absent Indication
–
•
•
Current Absent Indication
–
•
•
Voltage THD
%
•
•
Current THD
%
•
•
Min / Max System Voltage
V
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•
Min / Max System Current
A
•
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* Note: Units of these parameters will depend on „Energy Output“ (Refer section 7.2.1.10)
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4. Mechanical mounting
The SIRAX BM1400 is designed for panel mounting.
Please ensure that the operating temperature limits are not exceeded when determining
the place of mounting (place of measurement): –10 … +55° C
4.1 Panel cut out
Dimensional drawing BM1400: See section 15.1
4.2 Mounting of the device
The device is suitable for panel widths up to 5mm and a panel cutout of 96 x 96 mm.
Variant with Mounting clamps
a) Slide the device into the cutout from the outside
b) Mounting is by four side clamps, slide the side clamps through
side slot till side clamp gets firmly locked in a groove (Refer fig.)
Consideration should be given to the space required behind the
instrument to allow for bends in the connection cables.
4.3 Demounting of the device
The demounting of the device may be performed only if all connected wires are out of service. Remove all plug-in terminals and all connections
of the current and voltage inputs. Pay attention to the fact, that current transformers must be shortened before removing the current connections
to the device. Then demount the device in the opposite order of mounting (4.2).
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5. Electrical connections
Ensure under all circumstances that the leads are free of potential when
connecting them!
5.1 General safety notes
Please observe that the data on the type plate must be adhered to!
The national provisions have to be observed in the installation and material selection of
electric lines!
Symbol
Meaning
Device may only be disposed of in a professional manner!
Double insulation, device of protection class 2
CAT III
Measurement category CAT III for current / voltage inputs, power supply
and relay outputs
CE conformity mark. The device fulfills the requirements of the applicable
EC directives. See declaration of conformity.
Caution! General hazard point. Read the operating instructions.
Attention: Danger to life!
Please note
5.2 Possible cross sections and tightening torques
Terminals 1 … 14
Single wire: ≤ 4,0mm2 or multiwire with end splices: 2 x 2,5mm2
Torque: 0.5 … 0.6Nm rsp. 4.42 … 5.31 lbf in
Terminal A, B, G
Single wire: ≤ 1,5mm2 or multiwire with end splices: 2 x 0,5mm2
Torque: max. 0.5 Nm rsp. 4.42 lbf in
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5.3 Inputs
All voltage measurement inputs must originate at circuit breakers or fuses rated by 1 Amps. This
does not apply to the neutral connector. You have to provide a method for manually removing
power from the device, such as a clearly labeled circuit breaker or a fused disconnect switch.
When using voltage transformers you have to ensure that their secondary connections never will be
short-circuited.
No fuse may be connected upstream of the current measurement inputs!
When using current transformers their secondary connectors must be short-circuited during
installation and before removing the device. Never open the secondary circuit under load.
The connection of the inputs depends on the configured system (connection type).
Three Phase - three wire system, unbalanced load (3PH, 3W)
2 5 8
1 3
Three Phase - four wire system, unbalanced load (3PH, 4W)
7 9 13 14
2 5 8 11 1 3 4 6 7 9 13 14
L N
AUX
SUPPLY
L N
AUX
SUPPLY
P1 S1
L1
L2
L3
P1 S1
/
2
$
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Direct connection
P1 S1
L1
L2
L3
N
P1 S1
P1 S1
/
2
$
'
Direct connection
5.4 Power supply
A marked and easily accessible current limiting switch has to be arranged in the vicinity of the
device for turning off the power supply. Fusing should be 10 Amps or less and must be rated for
the available voltage and fault current.
5.5 Modbus interface RS485
Via the optional Modbus interface measurement data may be provided for a superior system. However, the Modbus interface cannot be used for
device parameterization.
+3.3 / +5V
Rs
Rt
Rs
MASTER
RS485 Bus
Rx/Tx+,A
Rt
Rx/Tx-,B
GND
1)
1) One ground connection only. This is
possibly made within the master
(PC).
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A B G
Rt: Termination resistors: 120 Ω each for
long cables (> approx. 10 m)
A B G
Rs: Bus supply resistors,
390 Ω each
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The signal wires (A, B) have to be twisted. GND (G) can be connected via a wire or via the cable screen. In disturbed environments shielded
cables must be used. Supply resistors (Rs) have to be present in bus master (PC) interface. Stubs should be avoided when connecting the
devices. A pure daisy chain network is ideal.
You may connect up to 32 Modbus devices to the bus. A proper operation requires that all devices connected to the bus have equal
communication settings (baud rate, transmission format) and unique Modbus addresses.
The bus system is operated half duplex and may be extended to a maximum length of 1200 m without repeater.
6. Commissioning
Before commissioning you have to check if the connection data of the device match the data of
the plant.
If so, you can start to put the device into operation by switching on the power supply and the
measurement inputs.
SIRAX BM1400
SIRAX BM1400
!
ORDER CODE: 174988
SR No.: 15/11/0001
CLASS: 0.5
SIRAX BM1400
!
ORDER CODE: 174996
ORDER CODE: 175001
SR No.: 15/11/0001
SR No.: 15/11/0001
CAT III 300V Max.
CLASS: 0.5
V18.05
!
CLASS: 0.5
V18.05
CAT III 300V Max.
CAT III 300V Max.
INPUT: 3PH. 440 V L - L, 5A/1A, 45…66Hz
INPUT: 3PH. 440 V L - L, 5A/1A, 45…66Hz
INPUT: 3PH. 440 V L - L, 5A/1A, 45...66Hz
OPTION:
OPTION: RS485 + 1PULSE + 2x4…20mA ANA.O/P
OPTION: Ethernet
AUXILIARY: 100…250V AC/DC, 4.5VA
AUXILIARY: 100…250V AC/DC, 4.5VA
AUXILIARY: 100...250V AC/DC, 4.5VA
Label version standard
Label version with RS485
V18.05
Label version with Ethernet
6.1 Operating the device
SIRAX BM1400 can be confi gured and programmed at site for the following: PT Primary,
CT Primary, CT Secondary (5A or 1A) & three wire, three phase system or four wire,
three phase system. The front panel has two push buttons through which the User may
scroll through the available measurement readings, reset the energy (Import/Export) Min/
Max (System Voltage & System Current) & confi gure the product.
Operation is performed by means of 2 keys:
•
DOWN
2 keys “
UP” und “
DOWN” for navigation and for the selection of values.
UP
6.2 Measurement Reading Screens
In normal operation the user is presented with one of the measurement reading screens out of several screens. These screens may be
scrolled through one at a time in incremental order by pressing the “ Up key” and in decremental order by pressing “ Down key”.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 1: System screen
(System Voltage, System Current, System Active Power)
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(for 4 wire only)
Screen 3: Line to Line Voltages
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VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 5: Neutral current (for 4W
only), Frequency, Sys. Power Factor
Screen 6: System Power
(Reactive, Apparent, Active)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 17: Phase Power (B)
Reactive/Apparent/Active
(for 4W only)
Screen 18: Phase Angle
(Phase R / Y / B) ( for 4W
only )
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 7: Active Energy (Import)
Screen 8: Active Energy (Export)
Screen 19: Phase Power Factor
(Phase R/Y/B) (for 4W only)
Screen 20: Current Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 9: Reactive Energy (Import)
Screen 10: Reactive Energy(Export)
Screen 21: Max Current
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 11: Apparent Energy
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Screen 12: Ampere Hour
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 14: Max System Voltage &
Current
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
PM 1000267 000 02
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Screen 24: Import kW
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
Screen 25: Max Import kW
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Screen 26: Export kW
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 27: Max Export kW
Demand
Device handbook SIRAX BM1400
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Screen 16: Phase Power (Y) Reactive/Apparent /Active (for 4W only)
Screen 22: kVA Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Screen 13: Min System Voltage &
Current
Screen 15: Phase Power (R) Reactive/Apparent/Active (for 4W only)
Screen 23 : Max kVA
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Screen 28: Run Hour
10/40
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 29: On Hour
Screen 30: Number of Interruptions
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 31a: Correct Phase
sequence
Screen 32a: Voltage %THD
(for 4 wire only)
Screen 31b: Phase sequence error
Screen 32b: (for 3 wire
only)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Screen 33: Current %THD
Screen 34: System
Voltage & System Current
%THD
Setup Parameter Screen
codE (PassWord)
Exit from setup Parameter to Main Display
SEL (Select)
A
SYS PArA
(System Parameter)
(Sec 7.2.1)
SYS
(System Type/Network)
(Sec 7.2.1.1)
UP
(PT Primary)
(Sec 7.2.1.2)
US
(PT Secondary)
(Sec 7.2.1.3)
AP
(CT Primary)
(Sec 7.2.1.4)
AS
(CT Secondary)
(Sec 7.2.1.5)
dit
(Demand Integ. Time)
(Sec 7.2.1.6)
Auto
(Auto Scrolling)
(Sec 7.2.1.7)
Ser PArA
(Serial Comm. Parameter)
(Sec 7.2.2)
rSEt
(Reset Parameter)
(Sec 7.2.3)
Addr
(Modbus Address)
(Sec 7.2.2.1)
none (No Parameter),
ALL (All Parameter),
d (Demand),
E (Energy),
hi (Max values),
Lo (Min values),
Hr (Run Hour & On Hour),
Intr (No. of Interrupts)
Select any one option
using „Down“ key.
br
(Baud Rate)
(Sec 7.2.2.2)
Pr
(Parity Bits)
(Sec 7.2.2.3)
Out PArA
(Output Parameter)
(Sec 7.2.4)
B
rL1 & rL2
(Relay 1&2)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1)
Para Selection
(i-e, E-E, i-rE,
E-rE, A-E, A-H)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.1.1)
Para. Selection
(Acc to table)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2.1)
dur
(Pulse Duration)
60, 100, 200
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.1.2)
Limit Config
Selection
(Hi-E, Hi-d,
Lo-E, Lo-d)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2.2)
rAt
(Pulse Divisor Rate)
1, 10, 100, 1000
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.1.3)
trip (Trip Point)
10% to 100%
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2.3)
B
HYS (Hysterisys)
0.5% to 50%
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2.4)
nC
(Noise Current Cut-off)
(Sec 7.2.1.8)
En.OP
(Energy Output (Display)
on ModBUS)
(Sec 7.2.1.9)
Edrc
(Energy digit reset count)
(Sec 7.2.1.10)
AnL Out
(Analog Output)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.2)
Lt
(Limit Output)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2)
PUL
(Pulse Output)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.1)
quit
(Exit Menu)
(Sec 7.2.5)
AnL1
(Analog1 parameter
selection)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.2.1)
A
quit
(Exit Menu)
(Sec 7.2.4)
B
AnL2
(Analog2 parameter
selection)
(Sec 7.2.4.1.2.2)
UP KEY
DOWN KEY
En-d
(Energizing Delay time)
1s to 10s
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2.5)
B
dE-d
(De-energizing Delay time)
1s to 10s
(Sec 7.2.4.1.1.2.6)
A
PM 1000267 000 02
Device handbook SIRAX BM1400
11/40
7. Programming
The following sections comprise step by step procedures for configuring the BM1400 for individual user requirements.
To access the set-up screens press and hold the “ Down” and “
Up”. Key simultaneously for 5 seconds. This will take the User into the
Password Protection Entry Stage (Section 7.1).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Password confirmed.
Pressing “ Down” key will advance to the “New /
change Password” entry stage.
Pressing the “ Up” key will advance to the Menu
selection screen. (See section 7.2).
7.1. Password Protection
Password protection can be enabled to prevent unauthorised access to
set-up screens, by default password protection is not enabled.
Password protection is enabled by selecting a four digit number other
than 0000, setting a password of 0000 disables the password protection.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
PM 1000267 000 02
Enter Password, prompt for first digit. (* Denotes
that decimal point will be flashing).
Press the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
first digit from 0 through to 9, the value will wrap
from 9 round to 0.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next digit.
In the special case where the Password is "0000"
pressing the “ Up” key when prompted for the
first digit will advance to the "Password Confirmed"
screen.
Enter Password, first digit entered, prompt for
second digit. (* Denotes that decimal point will be
flashing).
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
second digit from 0 through to 9, the value will wrap
from 9 round to 0.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next digit.
Enter Password, second digit entered, prompt for
third digit.
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
third digit from 0 through to 9, the value will wrap
from 9 round to 0.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next digit.
Enter Password, third digit entered, prompt for
fourth digit.
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
fourth digit from 0 through to 9, the value will wrap
from 9 round to 0.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to verification of
the password.
Enter Password, fourth digit entered, awaiting
verification of the password.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Device handbook SIRAX BM1400
Password Incorrect.
The unit has not accepted the
Password entered.
Pressing the " Down" key will return to the Enter
Password stage.
Pressing the “ Up” key exits the
Password menu and returns operation to the
measurement reading mode.
New / Change Password
(*Decimal point indicates that this will be flashing).
Pressing the “ Down” key will scroll the value
of the first digit from 0 through to 9, the value will
wrap from 9 round to 0.
Pressing the “ Up” key to advance the operation
to the next digit and sets the first digit, in this case
to “2”
New / Change Password, first digit entered, prompting for second digit. (*Decimal point indicates that
this will be flashing).
Pressing the “ Down” key will scroll the value of
the second digit from 0 through to 9, the value will
wrap from 9 round to 0.
Pressing the “ Up” key to advance the operation
to the next digit and sets the second digit, in this
case to “1”
New / Change Password, second digit entered,
prompting for third digit. (*decimal point indicates
that this will be flashing).
Pressing the “ Down” key will scroll the value
of the third digit from 0 through to 9, the value will
wrap from 9 round to 0.
Pressing the “ Up” key to advance the operation
to the next digit and sets the third digit, in this case
to “5”
New / Change Password, third digit entered,
prompting for fourth digit. (* denotes that decimal
point will be flashing).
Pressing the “ Down” key will scroll the value of
the fourth digit from 0 through to 9, the value will
wrap from 9 round to 0.
Pressing the “ Up” key to advance the operation
to the “New Password Confirmed” and sets the
fourth digit, in this case to “3”.
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V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
New Password confirmed.
Pressing the “ Down” key will return to the
“New/Change Password”.
Pressing the “ Up” key will advances to the
Menu selection screen.(see section 7.2).
7.2.1 System Parameters selection.
7.2.1.1 System type.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
7.2 Menu selection.
7.2.1 System Parameter selection screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen is used to select the different system
Parameter like “system type,””CT Ratio”,”PT Ratio”,
Pressing the “ Up” key allows the user to set
Different system parameters. (see section 7.2.1.1
to 7.2.1.8)
Pressing the “ down” key will advance to Communication selection screen (see section 7.2.2)
7.2.2 Communication Parameter selection screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
System type confirmation
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
The nominal full scale voltage which will be displayed as the Line to Line voltages for
all system types. The values displayed represent the voltage in kilovolts (note the
x1000 enunciator).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen is used to Reset the different parameters.
Pressing the “ Up” key allows the user to Reset
different system parameters (see section 7.2.3.1)
Pressing the “ down key” will advance to Output
option selection screen (see section 7.2.4).
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen will allow the user to select different
Output options Like “Relay1”, ”Relay2”, ”Analog”
Output.
Pressing the “ Up” key allows the user to select
& Configuare the output option (see section
7.2.4.1)
Pressing the “ down key will advance to Quit
screen. (see section 7.2.5)
7.2.5 Quit screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen will allow the user to Quit the Menu.
Pressing the “ Up” key will allow the user to
Quit from menu & return to measurement screen.
Pressing the “ down key will advance to system
Parameter selection screen. (see section 7.2.1)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Potential
Transformer Primary Value Edit” mode.
Initially the “multiplier must be selected, pressing
the “ Down” key will move the decimal point
position to the right until it reaches # # # .# after
which it will return to #. # # #.
Potential Transformer primary Digit Edit
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing the “ Down” key will scroll the value
of the most significant digit from 0 through to 9
unless the presently displayed Potential Transformer
Primary Value together with the Current Transformer
Primary Value, previously set, would result in a maximum power of greater than 666.6 MVA per phase
in which case the digit range will be restricted.
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present value
at the cursor position and advances the cursor to
the next less significant digit.
The PT Primary value can be set from 100V L-L to 692.8 kV L-L.
Note : the flashing decimal point indicates the cursor position, a steady decimal point
will be present to identify the scaling of the number until the cursor position coincides
with the steady decimal point position. At this stage the decimal point will flash.
When the least significant digit has been set pressing the “ Up” key will advance to
the
“Potential Transformer Primary Value Confirmation” stage.
Screen showing display of 0.120 kV i.e. 120 Volts indicating steady decimal point and
cursor flashing at the “hundreds of volts” position.
Potential Transformer Primary Value Confirmation
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Note: 0.120 kV i.e. 120 VL-L
PM 1000267 000 02
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present
value and advances to the “potential Transformer
secondary Value edit” menu. (See Section 7.2.1.3)
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present multiplier (decimal point position) and advances to the
“potential Transformer primary Digit Edit” mode.
7.2.4 Output Option selection screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
This screen will only appear following the edit of
system type. If system type is to be Downed again.
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will advance to “Potential Transformer Primary
Value Edit” menu. (See section 7.2.1.2)
Pressing the “ Down” key will return to the
system type edit stage by blanking the bottom line
of the display .
7.2.1.2 Potential Transformer Primary Value
This screen is used to select the different communication parameters like “Address selection”,”RS485
Parity selection”, ”Rs485 baud rate”
Pressing the “ Up” key allows the user to set
different Communication parameters
(see section 7.2.2.1 to 7.2.2.3)
Pressing the “ down key will advance to Reset
parameter Screen. (see section 7.2.3)
7.2.3 Reset Parameter selection screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
This screen is used to set the system type.
System type ”3” for 3 phase 3 wire & “4” for 3
phase 4 wire system.
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present
value and advances to the “Potential transformer
primary value Edit” menu (see section 7.2.1.2)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the system
type edit mode and scroll the values through values
available .Pressing the “ Up” key advances to the
system type confirmation menu.
Device handbook SIRAX BM1400
This screen will only appear following an edit of the
Potential Transformer Primary Value.
If the scaling is not correct, pressing the “ Down”
key will return to the “Potential Transformer Primary
Value Edit” stage.
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will advance to the Potential Transformer
secondary Value (See Section 7.2.1.3)
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7.2.1.3 Potential Transformer secondary Value
7.2.1.5 Current Transformer Secondary Value
The value must be set to the nominal full scale secondary voltage which will be obtained
from the Transformer when the potential transformer(PT)primary is supplied with the
voltage defined in 7.2.1.2 potential transformer primary voltage.The ratio of full scale
primary to full scale secondary is defined as the transformer ratio.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present value
and advances to the “Current Transformer Primary
Value edit” menu. (See Section 7.2.1.4)
Note that the range of instrument is from 240 to 480V
for 415 VL-L. Please refer the table below for different
ranges.
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Potential
Transformer Secondary Value Edit” mode.
Down” key will scroll the value of the most significant
digit From available range of PT secondary value
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present value at the cursor position and advances the cursor to the next less significant digit.
Potential Transformer secondary ranges for various Input Voltages
110V L-L (63.5V L-N)
100 - 120V L-L (57.73V - 69.28V L-N)
230V L-L (133.0V L-N)
121 - 239V L-L (69.68V - 138V L-N)
440V L-L (239.6V L-N)
240 - 480V L-L (138.56 - 277.12V L-N)
When the least significant digit has been set pressing the “ Up” key will advance to
the “Potential Transformer secondary Value Confirmation” stage.
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Potential Transformer Secondary Value Confirmation
This screen will only appear following an edit of the
Potential Transformer Secondary Value.
If the scaling is not correct, pressing the “
Down” key will return to the “Potential Transformer
Secondary Value Edit”
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will advance to the current Transformer Primary
Value (See Section 7.2.1.4)
7.2.1.4 Current Transformer Primary Value
The nominal Full Scale Current that will be displayed as the Line currents. This screen
enables the user to display the Line currents inclusive of any transformer ratios, the
values displayed represent the Current in Amps.
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present value and advances to the Current Transformer Secondary Value (See Section 7.2.1.5)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Current
Transformer Primary Value Edit” mode. This will
scroll the value of the most significant digit from 0
through to 9, unless the presently displayed Current
Transformer Primary Value together with the Potential Transformer Primary Value results in a maximum
power of greater than 666.6 MVA in which case the
digit range will be restricted, the value will wrap.
Example: If primary value of PT is set as 692.8kV
L-L (max value) then primary value of Current is restricted to 1157A. Pressing the “
Up” key will advance to the next less significant digit. (* Denotes that decimal point will
be flashing).
The “Maximum Power” restriction of 666.6 MVA refers to 120% of nominal current
and 120% of nominal voltage, i.e, 462.96 MVA nominal power per phase.
When the least significant digit had been set, pressing the “ Up” key will advance
to the “Current Transformer Primary Value Confirmation” stage.
The minimum value allowed is 1, the value will be forced to 1 if the display contains
zero when the “ Up” key is pressed.
Current Transformer Primary Value Confirmation.
This screen will only appear following an edit of the
Current Transformer Primary Value.
If the scaling is not correct, Pressing the “ Down”
key will return to the “Current Transformer Primary
Value Edit ” stage with the most significant digit
highlighted (associated decimal point flashing) and
the bottom line of the display will be blanked.
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will advance to the “Current Transformer Secondary Value Edit” menu. (See
Section 7.2.1.5)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
PM 1000267 000 02
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen is used to set the secondary value for
Current Transformer. Secondary value “5” for 5A
or “1” for 1A can be selected. Pressing “ Up”
key accepts the present value and advances to the
Demand integration Time (See Section 7.2.1.6)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the CT
Secondary value edit mode and scroll the value
through the values available.
Pressing the “ Up” key will advance to the CT
Secondary value confirmation.
CT Secondary value confirmation
This screen will only appears following an edit of CT
secondary value .
If secondary value shown is not correct, pressing
the Down key will return to CT secondary edit stage
by blanking the bottom line of the display.
Pressing “ Up” key sets the displayed value and
will advance to Demand integration Time Edit menu.
(See Section 7.2.1.6)
7.2.1.6 Demand Integration Time
Note: the flashing decimal point indicates the cursor position, a steady decimal point
will be present to identify the scaling of the number until the cursor position coincides
with the steady decimal point position. At this stage the decimal point will flash.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen is used to set the period over which
current and power readings are to be integrated
The Unit of displayed Readings is minutes.
Pressing the “ Down” key will scroll through the
Folliowing Options 8,15,20,30.
Pressing the “ Up” key will advance to Demand
Integration confirmation screen.
Demand Integration Time value confirmation
Pressing “ Up” key sets the displayed value and
will advance to scroll screen.
(See Section 7.2.1.7)
7.2.1.7 Auto Scrolling
This screen allows user to enable screen scrolling.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Auto scrolling Edit.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present status
and advance to the Low Current noise cutoff
(See Section 7.2.1.8).
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Auto
Screen Scrolling Edit” and toggle the status ‘Yes’
and ‘No’.
Pressing the “ Up” key will select the status displayed and advance to the Low Current noise cutoff
(See Section 7.2.1.8)
7.2.1.8 Low Current noise cutoff.
This screen allows the user to set Low noise current cutoff in mA.
Low current cutoff Edit.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present value
.
and advance
to Energy output Selection.
(See section 7.2.1.9)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Low
current noise cutoff Edit” mode and scroll the
“Value” through 0 & 30 and wrapping back to 0.
Setting 30 will display measured currents as 0
below 30 mA.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Device handbook SIRAX BM1400
14/40
Low current noise cutoff Confirmation.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the “Low
current Noise cutoff Edit” mode.
Pressing “ Up” key set displayed value and
Advance to the energy output selection
(See section 7.2.1.9)
7.2.1.9. Energy Display on modbus
This screen enable user to set energy in terms of Wh / KWh / MWh on RS 485 Output
depending as per the requirement. Same applicable for all types of energy.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the presents value
and advances to the “Energy digit reset count”menu
(See section 7.2.1.10).
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Energy
Display On Modbus Edit” mode and scroll the value
through the values 1,2 & 3 wrapping back to 1
1: Energy In Wh
2: Energy in KWh
3: Energy in MWh
Pressing the “ Up” key advances to the “Energy
Display On Modbus Confirmation” menu.
V
VRY
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
x1000
Hz
A
VYB
KVA
Min
Enter Address, second digit entered, prompt for
third digit (* Denotes that decimal point will be
flashing).
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
third digit.
Address confirmation Screen.
This Screen confirms the Address set by user.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next Screen
“Rs485 Baud Rate” (See Section 7.2.2.2)
Pressing the “ Down” key will reenter the
“Address Edit” mode.
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
V
VRY
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
Energy Display On Modbus Confirmation.
This screen will only appear following an edit of the
Energy Display On Modbus.
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Energy
Display On Modbus Edit” Edit” stage by blanking
the bottom line of the display.
Pressing “ Up” key sets the displayed value and
will advance to the “Energy digit reset count” menu.
(See section 7.2.1.10)
Note: Default value is set to ‘1’ i.e. Energy on Modbus will be in terms of Wh/VArh/VAh/Ah resp.
KVAr
Sys
x1000
Hz
A
VYB
KVA
Min
KVAh
7.2.2.2 RS 485 Baud Rate
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
V
VRY
Ph B
This screen enables user for setting maximum
energy count after which energy will rollback to
zero depends upon setting of Wh,KWh, & MWh.
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will jump back to the system parameter selection (See Section 7.2.1)
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KVAr
Sys
x1000
Hz
A
VYB
KVA
Min
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
This screen allows the user to set Baud Rate of RS
485 port. The values displayed on screen are in
kbaud.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present value
and advance to the Parity Selection (See Section
7.2.2.3)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Baud
Rate Edit” mode and scroll the value through 2.4,
4.8, 9.6 , 19.2 and back to 2.4
KWh
7.2.1.10 Energy Digit reset count:
x1000
P.F .
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the Energy
digit reset count edit mode. This will scroll the value
of reset count from 7 to 14 for Wh, from 7 to 12
KWh
Ph B
for KWh & from 7 to 9 for MWh.
Ex. If energy display on modbus is set Wh & It will set Energy digit count to 10 then
energy will reset after “9,999,999,999” & then will rollback to zero.
Pressing “
Up key “ will advance to Energy digit reset count confirmation screen.
Down” key will re-enter Energy digit reset count edit mode.
Pressing the “
Pressing the “
Up” key sets the displayed value and will jump back to the system parameter selection
(See Section 7.2.1)
Note: 1) Default value is set to "14" i.e if energy count crosses 14 digit it will rollback to zero.
2) Energy displays on modbus is set to (2) & energy digit reset count is set to 12.Energy screen on display
will show “-------” i.e Energy overflow .when energy crosses the 11 digit count.
3) Energy displays on modbus is set to (3) & energy digit reset count is set to 9.Energy screen on display
will show “-------” i.e Energy overflow .when energy crosses the 8 digit count.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
7.2.2 Communication Parameter Selection:
7.2.2.1 Address Setting:
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
This screen applies to the RS 485 output only. This screen
allows the user to set Rs485 parameter for instruments
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
PM 1000267 000 02
RS 485 Baud Rate confirmation:
Pressing “ Down” key will be re-enter into the.
Baud Rate Edit mode.
Pressing the “ Up” key will select the value
and advances to the Parity Selection (See Section
7.2.2.3).
7.2.2.3 RS 485 Parity Selection
This screen allows the user to set Parity & number of stop bits of RS 485 port.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present value
and advance to Menu selection (see section 7.2).
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Parity &
stop bit Edit” mode and scroll the value through
odd: odd parity with one stop bit
no 1 : no parity with one stop bit
no 2 : no parity with two stop bit
E : even parity with one stop bit
RS 485 Parity confirmation:
Pressing “ Down” key will be re-enter into Parity
Edit mode.
Pressing the “
Up” key will set the value.
Pressing the “ Up” key again will jump back to
the communication parameter selection menu (see
section 7.2.2).
The range of allowable address is 1 to 247.
7.2.3 Reset Parameter Selection
7.2.3.1 Resetting Parameter
Enter Address, prompt for first digit.
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
The following screens allow the users to reset the all Energy , Lo(Min), hi(Max),Demand,Run hour, . On hour, No.of Interrupts
Press the “
first digit.
Down” key to scroll the value of the
Press the “
Up” key to advance to next digit.
Enter Address, first digit entered, prompt for second
digit (* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
second digit
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next digit.
Reset (Note)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Device handbook SIRAX BM1400
Pressing “ Up” key advances to Reset Parameter
selection screen (see section 7.2.3)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Reset
option” mode and scroll through Parameter
and wrapping back to None.
15/40
Reset hI (Max) Confirmation.
Reset option select, (Resets ALL resettable parameter)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
The user has scrolled through to the “ALL”.
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and advance to the “Reset ALL Confirmation” Mode &.
Will reset all resettable parameter.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Reset ALL Confirmation.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
Reset option Select mode.
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
Reset option select, (Reset A Demand, KVA Demand
Parameters KW demand (Import/Export))
The user has scrolled through to the “d”.
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and
resets all Demand parameters.
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Reset option select, (Resets all Energies)
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and advance to the “Reset Energy Confirmation” Mode.
& resets all Energies (Import Enegy, Export Energy
Import reactive, Export reactive, Apparent Energy
Ampere Hour)
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Down” key will re-enter the “Reset
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
PM 1000267 000 02
The user has scrolled through to the “hr”
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and advance to the “Reset hr Confirmation” Mode &
Will reset On hour & Run Hour both.
Will reset Maximum (Hi) values of Voltage & Current
Avg. appeared at input.
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
Reset option select, (Reset Number of Interrupt)
The user has scrolled through to the “intr”
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and advance to the “reset Interrupt Confirmation” Mode & Will
reset number of Auxiliary supply interruption count.
Reset Interrupt Confirmation
The user has scrolled through to the “Hi” (Max)
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and advance
to the “Reset Hi Confirmation” Mode.advance to the
“Reset Hi Confirmation” Mode &
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“Reset option Select mode.
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Reset option select, (Reset Hi)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Reset Energy Confirmation.
Pressing the “
option” mode.
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“Reset option Select mode.
Reset hr Confirmation
The user has scrolled through to the “E” Energy
value.
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
Pressing “ Up” key will select the value and advance to the “Reset Lo Confirmation” Mode &
Will reset minimum values of Voltage & Current Avg.
appeared at Input.
Reset Lo Confirmation
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
The user has scrolled through to the “Lo” (Min)
Reset option select, hr (ON Hour & Run Hour)
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“Reset option Select mode.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
Reset option select, (Reset Lo)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
Reset Demand parameters Confirmation.
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“Reset option Select mode.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
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Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“Reset parameter Selection”(see section 7.2.3).
Pressing “ Up” key will jump back to the
Reset Parameter selection screen (see section 7.2.3).
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7.2.4. Output Option selection menu
7.2.4.1 Configuration of Output
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
7.2.4.1.1.1.1 Assignment of Energy to pulse output (Relay 1):
This screen allows the user to assign pulse output to energy (for Relay 1)
This screen applies to the Relay1 Output option
Selection.
Pressing “
Up” key will select the
Relay1 output selection menu (See section 7.2.4.1.1)
pressing the “ Down” key will advance
Relay2 output option below.
This screen applies to the Relay2 Output option
Selection.
Pressing “
Up” key will advance to the select
Relay 2 output selection menu. (See section
7.2.4.1.2)
pressing the “
Down” key will advance to
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Analog output option below.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
This screen applies to the Analog Output Selection.
Pressing “ Up” key will Select the Analog output
selection menu (See section 7.2.4.3)
Pressing the “
screen.
Down” key will advance to Quit
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing “
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Pressing the “ Down” key will go back to Relay1
output option (See section 7.2.4.1).
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Up” key will advance to the
Pulse (for Relay1) output configuration
(See section 7.2.4.1.1.1.1)
Pressing “ Down” key will show “Limit”output
option
(See section 7.2.4.1.1.2)
This screen applies only to the Pulsed output mode of both the relay.
This screen allows the user to set Relay energisation time in milliseconds.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Up” key will assign
Limit (for Relay1) output mode.(See section
7.2.4.1.1.2.1)
Pressing “ Down” key wil go back to the pulse option (For Relay 1) screen.(See section 7.2.4.1.1.1)
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Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Pulse
Duration Edit” mode and scroll the value through 60,
100, 200 and wrapping back to 60.
Pulse Duration Confirmation.
This screen will only appear following an edit of the
Pulse duration.
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the “Pulse
Duration Edit” mode.
Pressing “ Up” key set displayed value and Will
advance to pulse rate selection menu (See section
7.2.4.1.1.1.3)
This screen applies to the Relay Output option only. The screen allows user to set the
energy pulse rate divisor. Divisor values can be selected through 1,10,100,1000 in
Wh.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the presents value
and advances to the “Configuration of Output”
(See section 7.2.4.1).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “Pulse
rate divisor Edit” mode and scroll the value through
the values 1,10,100, 1000 wrapping back to 1 in
Wh but in KWh & MWh pulse rate divisor is only 1 ..
Pressing the “ Up” key advances to the “Pulse
rate Divisor Confirmation” menu.
For setting divisior value refer table 3.
This screen is used to assign Relay1 in limit output
mode.
Pressing “
Pulse Duration Edit.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present value and
advance to pulse rate selection menu (see section
7.2.4.1.1.1.3).
Pressing the “ Up” key will select the value and
advances to “Pulse Duration Confirmation”.
7.2.4.1.1.2 Limit output :
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
Pulse output (for Relay 1) confirmation:
Pressing “ Down” key will be re-enter into edit
mode.
Pressing the “ Up” key will set the value and
advances to the “ Pulse duration selection ” (see
section 7.2.4.1.1.1.2).
7.2.4.1.1.1.3 Pulse Rate
This screen is used to assign Relay1 in Pulse output
mode
Pressing “
A - E: Apparent Energy
I - E: Import Energy ( Active )
E - E: Export Energy ( Active )
I - rE: Import Reactive Energy
E - rE: Export Reactive Energy
A - H: Ampere Hour
Up” key will advance to the
Output Parameter selection (See section 7.2.4)
7.2.4.1.1 Relay1 output Selection menu:
7.2.4.1.1.1 Pulse output:
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter into edit
mode and scroll through the energy setting
7.2.4.1.1.1.2 Pulse Duration Selection:
This screen allows the user to quit the output option
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present setting
and advance to “Pulse duration selection” (see
section 7.2.4.1.1.1.2).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
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Pulse Rate Divisor Confirmation.
This screen will only appear following an edit of the
Pulse rate divisor.
If the Pulse rate shown is not correct, pressing the
“ Down” key will return to the “Pulse rate divisor
Edit” stage by blanking the bottom line of the
display. Pressing “ Up” key sets the displayed
value and will advance to the “Configuration of
output”. (See section 7.2.4.1)
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7.2.4.1.1.2.1 Assignment of Limit output (for Relay1) to parameter.
This screen is for Limit output mode selection. It allows the user to set Limit output corresponding
measured value. Refer Table 2“ Parameter for Analog & Limit output “ for assignment.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Demand
Max Demand
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present value and
advance to the Limit1 configuration select screen.
(see section 7.2.4.1.1.2.2 ).
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the “ Limit1
output Edit” mode and scroll the values, as per Table
2, “ Parameter for Analog & Limit Output”
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Use the “
digit
Down” key to scroll the value of the third
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Pressing the “ Up” key advance to the Limit1
output confirmation screen.
Limit1 output Confirmation:
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VRY
KVAr
Sys
The second digit entered, prompt for third digit
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Pressing the “
output Edit”
Down” key will re-enter the “Limit1
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will advance to the Limit1 Configuration select
screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Entered the value for third digit.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to trip point
confirmation Screen.
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
( see section 7.2.4.1.1.2.2 )
7.2.4.1.1.2.2 Limit1 Configuration select
This screen is used to set the Limit1 Configuration, four different types of configuration
can be selected.
H i - E (High Alarm & Energized Relay)
H i - d (High Alarm & De-Energized Relay)
L o - E (Low Alarm & Energized Relay)
L o - d (Low Alarm & De-Energized Relay)
(For detail refer to section 9.2)
Pressing the “ Up” key accepts the present value
and advances to the “Trip point selection”screen
(see section 7.2.4.1.1.2.3)
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the Limit1
configuration edit mode and scroll through the
Modes available .
Pressing the “ Up” key advances to the
Limit1 configuration type confirmation menu.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Value confirmation Screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
This Screen confirms the value set by user.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next Screen
“Hysteresis selection” ( see section 7.2.4.1.1.2.4)
Pressing the “ Down” key will return in edit mode
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Limit1 Configuration Confirmation
This screen will only appear following the edit of
system type. If system type is to be changed again,
pressing the “ Down” key will return to the Limit1
configuration Type edit stage by blanking the bottom
line of the display.
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed value
and will advance to “Trip point selection” Screen
(See section 7.2.4.1.1.2.3 )
7.2.4.1.1.2.4 Hysteresis selection:
This screen applies to the Hysteresis selection.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Demand
Max Demand
This screen allows the user to set Hysteresis for
relay1 output. Trip point.
Enter value, prompt for first digit.
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Press the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
first digit.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next digit.
7.2.4.1.1.2.3 Trip point selection:
This screen applies to the Trip point selection.
This screen allows the user to set Trip point for instruments.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
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V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
The allowable range is 10% to 120% for High Alarm.
The allowable range is 10% to 100% for Low Alarm.
Enter value, prompt for first digit.
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Press the “ Down” key to scroll the values of the
first digit.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next digit.
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
The first digit entered, prompt for second digit
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
second digit
Press the “
Up” key to advance to next digit.
The first digit entered, prompt for second digit
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Use the “ Down” key to scroll the value of the
second digit.
Press the “
Up” key to advance to next digit.
The second digit entered, prompt for third digit
(* Denotes that decimal point will be flashing).
Use the “
third digit
Down” key to scroll the value of the
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
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7.2.4.1.2 Analog Output
7.2.4.1.2.1 Parameter setting for Analog Output 1 (Optional)
Entered value for third digit.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
Press the “ Up” key to advance to Hysteresis
confirmation Screen.
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Hysteresis confirmation Screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
Configuration of Relay 2 for Pulse or Limit Output is same as Relay 1. If you Select
the Pulse output option for Relay 1 same setting will be applicable for Relay 2
except assignment of energy to Pulse output (i.e. Energy assignment of both relay
can be different.)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This Screen confirms the percentage value
set by user & Screen will appear only after edit
mode of Hysteresis.
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present
value and advance to the Analog output 2
selection (see section 7.2.4.1.3.2 ).
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the
“ Analog output 1 Edit” mode and scroll the
values, as per Table 2
“ Parameter for Analog & Limit output”
Pressing the “ Up” key advance to the
Analog output 1 confirmation screen.
Press the “ Up” key to advance to next
Screen
“Energizing delay time” ( 7.2.4.1.1.2.5 )
Analog output 1 Confirmation:
7.2.4.1.1.2.5 Energizing Delay time.
This screen allows the user to set Energizing Delay time for Relay 1 Limit Assigned
Parameters.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present value
and advance to De-energizing delay screen.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This Screen will appear only after edit mode of
Analog output 1 Parameter.
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the “
Analog output 1 Edit”
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed
value and will advance to the Analog output 2
selection screen ( see section 7.2.4.1.3.2 )
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the
“Energizing Delay” Edit mode and scroll the
“Value” through 1 to10.
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
7.2.4.1.2.2 Parameter setting Analog Output 2 ( Optional )
Energizing delay time Confirmation.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
This screen is for analog output 2 only. It allows the user to set analog output 2 to
corresponding measured parameter. Refer table2 “ Parameter for Analog & Limit
output “.
This screen will appear only after edit mode of
Energizing delay time
pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“Energizing delay Edit” mode.
Pressing “ Up” key set displayed value and
will advance to Assignment of De-energizing
delay time. (See section 7.2.4.1.1.2.6 )
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
7.2.4.1.1.2.6 De-Energizing Delay time.
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
Demand
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
.Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present
value and advance to Configuration of Output.
(See section 7.2.4.1 )
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the
“De-Energizing Delay” Edit mode and
scroll the “Value” through 1 to10.
Pressing the “ Down” key will enter the
“ Analog output 2 Edit” mode and scroll the
values, as per Table 2.“ Parameter for Analog
output”
Pressing the “ Up” key advance to the
Analog output 2 confirmation screen.
This screen allows the user to set De-Energizing Delay time for Relay 1 Limit
Assigned Parameters.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
Pressing “ Up” key accepts the present
value and advance to Analog output selection
screen (see section 7.2.4.1 ).
Analog output 2 Confirmation:
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This Screen will appear only after edit mode of
Analog output 2 Parameter.
Pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the “
Analog output 2 Edit”
Pressing the “ Up” key sets the displayed
value and will advance to the Analog output
selection screen (see section 7.2.4.1 ).
De-Energizing delay time Confirmation.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
Demand
%THD
x1000
KW
P.F .
VBR
KWh
Angle
Max
Ph B
Max Demand
Demand
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This screen will appear only after edit mode of
De-energizing delay time.
pressing the “ Down” key will re-enter the
“De-energizing delay Edit” mode.
Pressing “ Up” key set displayed value and
will advance to Configuration of Output.
(See section 7.2.4.1 )
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8. Phase Rotation Error screen:
12. Analog Output ( optional ):
Meter shows phase rotation error if the phase sequence R-Y-B (L1-L2-L3) is not maintained
This module provides two d.c. isolated outputs.
Two 4 - 20mA outputs, internally powered.
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This screen indicates that Phase sequence is
incorrect.
User must check this screen in order to get
correct readings When meter is connected.
On module the output signals are present on pins A1 (Anolog Output 1) &
A2 (Analog Output 2)
These outputs can be individually assigned to represent any one of the measured and displayed Parameters.
All settlings are user configurable via the user interface screen. See Analog o/p
selection ( section 7.2.4.1.3 ) for details.
* Note: Refer diagrams 1
Correct Phase sequence:
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This Screen indicates the phase sequence
connected to meter is correct. If phase
sequence is wrong this screen is useful to
get correct phase sequence by interchanging
connection & verifying it with screen.
Diagram 1: ( 4 -20 mA )
0
0 (12 mA)
2700 (8 mA)
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
0
90 (16 mA)
This Screen indicates that all three phases
(Voltages) are absent.
0
181 (4 mA)
0
180 (20 mA)
9. Run hour:
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This Screen shows the total no. of hours the
load is connected.
Even if the Auxiliary supply is interrupted
count of Run hour will be maintained in internal
memory & displayed in the format “hours. min”.
For example if Displayed count is 105000.10
r-H it indicates 105000 hours & 10 minutes.
After 999999.59 run hours display will restart
from zero.
To reset run hour manually see section Resetting Parameter 7.2.3.1
10. On hour:
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
This Screen shows the total no. of hours the
Axillary Supply is ON. Even if the Auxiliary
supply is interrupted count of On hour will be
maintained in internal memory & displayed in
the format “hours. min”. For example if Displayed count is 005000.10 On-H it indicates
005000 hours & 10 minutes.
After 999999.59 On hours display will restart
from zero.
To reset On hour manually see section Resetting Parameter 7.2.3.1
11. Number of Interruption:
V
VRY
KVAr
Sys
x1000
IN
KVArh
Ph R
KAh
A
VYB
KVA
Min
x1000
Hz
KVAh
Ph Y
%THD
KW
VBR
Angle
Max
x1000
P.F .
KWh
Ph B
Demand
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This Screen Displays the total no. of times the
Axillary Supply was Interrupted. Even if the
Auxiliary supply is interrupted count will be
maintained in internal memory.
To reset No of Interruption manually see section
Resetting Parameter 7.2.3.1
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TABLE 2: Parameter for Analog & Limit output
Parameter No.
Parameter
3P 4W
3P 3W
Range
0
None
•
•
–
1
Volts 1
•
•
0 - 100 %
2
Volts 2
•
•
0 - 100 %
3
Volts 3
•
•
0 - 100 %
4
IL1
•
•
0 - 100 %
5
IL2
•
•
0 - 100 %
6
IL3
•
•
0 - 100 %
7
W1
•
x
0 - 120 %
8
W2
•
x
0 - 120 %
9
W3
•
x
0 - 120 %
10
VA1
•
x
0 - 120 %
11
VA2
•
x
0 - 120 %
12
VA3
•
x
0 - 120 %
13
VAr1
•
x
0 - 120 %
14
VAr2
•
x
0 - 120 %
15
VAr3
•
x
0 - 120 %
16
* PF1
•
x
180° / 0 / -180°
17
* PF2
•
x
180° / 0 / -180°
18
* PF3
•
x
180° / 0 / -180°
19
* PA1
•
x
180° / 0 / -180°
20
* PA2
•
x
180° / 0 / -180°
21
* PA3
•
x
180° / 0 / -180°
22
Volts Ave.
•
•
0 - 100 %
24
Current Ave.
•
•
0 - 100 %
27
Watts sum
•
•
10 - 120 %
29
VA sum
•
•
10 - 120 %
31
VAr sum
•
•
10 - 120 %
32
* PF Ave.
•
•
180° / 0 / -180°
34
* PA Ave.
•
•
180° / 0 / -180°
36
Freq.
•
•
10 - 100 % 1
43
Watt Demand Imp.
•
•
10 - 120 %
44
WATT MAX DEMAND IMP.
•
•
10 - 120 %
45
Watt Demand Exp
•
•
10 - 120 %
46
Watt Demand Max Exp
•
•
10 - 120 %
51
VA DEMAND
•
•
10 - 120 %
52
VA MAX DEMAND
•
•
10 - 120 %
53
CURRENT DEMAND
•
•
10 - 120 %
54
CURRENT MAX DEMAND
•
•
10 - 120 %
101
VRY
•
x
10 - 120 %
102
VYB
•
x
10 - 120 %
103
VBR
•
x
10 - 120 %
113
I Neutral
•
x
10 - 120 %
Note: Parameters 1,2,3 are L-N Voltage for 3P 4W & L-L Voltage for 3P 3W
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13. Relay output (Optional):
SIRAX BM1400 is provided with 1 relay for pulse output as well as for limit switch
13.1 Pulse Output:
Pulse output is the potential free, very fast acting relay contact which can be used to drive an external mechanical counter for energy measurement.
SIRAX BM1400 pulse output can be configured to any of the following parameter through setup parameter screen.
1) Active Energy (Import)
2) Active Energy (Export)
3) Reactive Energy (Import)
4) Reactive Energy (Export)
5) Apparent Energy
6) Ampere hour
TABLE 3: Energy Pulse Rate Divisor
1. For Energy Output in Wh
2. For Energy Output in Kwh
Pulse rate
Pulse rate
Divisor
Pulse
System Power *
Divisor
Pulse
System Power *
1
1per Wh
Up to 3600W
1
1per kWhr
Up to 3600kW
1per kWh
Up to 3600kW
1 per 1000kWhr
Up to 3600kW
1per Mwh
Above 3600kW
1per 1000MWhr
Above 3600kW
1per 10Wh
Up to 3600W
1per 10kWh
Up to 3600kW
10
100
1000
3. For Energy Output in Mwh
1per 10MWh
Above 3600kW
1per 100Wh
Up to 3600W
Divisor
Pulse
System Power *
1per 100kWh
Up to 3600kW
1
1 per Mwhr
Up to 3600W
1per 100MWh
Above 3600kW
1 per 1000Mwhr
Up to 3600W
1 per 1000Wh
Up to 3600W
1 per 1000Gwhr
Above 3600kW
1 per 1000kWh
Up to 3600kW
1per 1000MWh
Above 3600kW
Pulse rate
Pulse Duration 60 ms, 100 ms or 200 ms
Above options are also applicable for Apparent and Reactive Energy.
* System power = 3 x CT(Primary) x PT(Primary)L-N for 3 Phase 4 Wire
System power = Root3 x CT(Primary) x PT(Primary)L-L for 3 Phase 3 Wire
Ampere Hour:
Divisor 1(Default)
CT secondary = 1A Max pulse rate 3600 pulses per Ah **
CT secondary = 5A Max pulse rate 720 pulses per Ah **
Divisors 10
CT secondary = 1A Max pulse rate 3600 pulses per 10Ah **
CT secondary = 5A Max pulse rate 720 pulses per 10Ah **
Divisors 100
CT secondary = 1A Max pulse rate 3600 pulses per 100Ah **
CT secondary = 5A Max pulse rate 720 pulses per 100Ah **
Divisors 1000
CT secondary = 1A Max pulse rate 3600 pulses per 1000Ah **
CT secondary = 5A Max pulse rate 720 pulses per 1000Ah **
Pulse duration 60 ms, 100 ms or 200 ms
**No. of Pulses per Ampere hour = Maximum Pulses / CT Ratio Where, CT Ratio = (CT primary/ CT Secondary)
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13.2 Limit Switch
Limit switch can be used to monitor the measured parameter ( Ref.Table:2 ) in relation with to a set limit.
The limit switch can be configured in one of the four mode given below:
1) Hi alarm & Relay Energized Relay.
2) Hi alarm & De-Energized Relay.
3) Lo alarm & Energized Relay.
4) Lo alarm & De-Energized Relay.
Limit switch has user selectable Trip point, Hysteresis, Energizing Delay & De-Energizing delay.
Hi Alarm:
If Hi-Alarm Energized or Hi Alarm De-Energized option is selected then relay will get energized or De-energized,if selected parameter is greater
than or equal to trip point.
Low Alarm:
If Lo-Alarm Energized or Lo Alarm De-Energized option is selected then relay will get energized or De-energized,if selected parameter is less
than or equal to trip point.
Trip point:
Trip point can be set in the range of 10% to 120 % of nominal value for Hi-Alarm & 10% to 100 % of nominal value for Lo-Alarm.
Hysteresis:
Hysteresis can be set in the range of 0.5% to 50 % of set trip point. If Hi-alarm Energized or Hi-alarm De-energized is selected then relay will get
De-energized or Energized respectively, if set parameter value is less than Hysteresis Similarly if Lo-alarm Energized or Lo-alarm De-Energized.
Energizing Delay:
The energizing delay can be set in the range from1 to 10 sec.
De-Energizing Delay:
The De-energizing delay can be set in the range from1 to 10 sec.
Note: In case of lo alarm if trip point is set at 100% then maximum 20%
Hysterisis can be set.
Example of different configuration.
Parameter No: 4 (Current 1)
Trip Point = 50%
Hysteresis = 50% of trip point
Energising Delay: 2s
De-energising Delay: 2s
2) Hi alarm & De-energised relay
1) Hi alarm & Energised relay
Input
Relay Energise
Relay De-energise
Relay De-energise
Input
50%
Trip point
50%
Trip point
25%
Hysterisis point
25%
Hysterisis point
Relay Energise
Time
2s
2s
2s
2s
4) Lo alarm & De-energised relay
3) Lo alarm & Energised relay
Input
Time
Relay De-energise
Relay Energise
Input
Relay Energise
Relay De-energise
75%
Hysterisis point
75%
Hysterisis point
50%
Trip point
50%
Trip point
Time
2s
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Time
2s
2s
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14. Service, maintenance and disposal
For devices that have not been opened in the factory, no warranty or guarantee can be assumed.
14.1 Repair work and modifications
Repair work and modifications shall exclusively be carried out by the manufacturer. Do not open the housing of the device. In case of any tampering with the device, the guaranty claim shall lapse. We reserve the right of changing the product to improve it.
14.2 Calibration and new adjustment
Each device is adjusted and checked before delivery. The condition as supplied to the customer is measured and stored in electronic form.
The uncertainty of measurement devices may be altered during normal operation if, for example, the specified ambient conditions are not met.
14.3 Cleaning
The display and the operating keys should be cleaned in regular intervals. Use a dry or slightly moist cloth for this.
Damage due to detergents
Detergents may not only affect the clearness of the display but also can damage the device.
Therefore, do not use detergents.
14.4 Disposal
The disposal of devices and components may only be realised in accordance with good professional practice observing the country-specifi c regulations. Incorrect disposal can cause environmental risks.
14.5 Return
All devices delivered to Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG shall be free of any hazardous contaminants (acids, lyes, solutions, etc.).
Use original packaging or suitable transport packaging to return the device.
Damage by returning
Damages caused by improper returning, no warranties or guarantees can be given.
15. Technical data
System
3 Phase 3 Wire / 4 Wire programmable at site:
Three wire, three phase system, unbalanced load
Four wire, three phase system, unbalanced load
Inputs
Nominal voltage:
110 VL-L (63,5 VL-N ) (Article-No. 176695 / 176702 / 176710)
230 VL-L (133,0 VL-N) (on demand)
440 VL-L (254 VL-N) (Article-No. 174988 / 174996 / 175001)
Max continuous input voltage:
Max short duration input voltage:
Nominal input voltage burden:
System PT primary value:
120% of Rated Value
2 x Rated Value (1s application repeated 10 times at 10s intervals)
0,2VA approx. per phase
100 VLL to 692,8 kVLL
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Nominal current:
Max continuous input current:
Nominal input current burden:
Max short duration current input:
System CT primary values:
1A / 5A
120% of Rated Value
0,6VA approx. per phase
20 x Rated Value (1s application repeated 5 times at 5 min. intervals)
Std. Values from 1 to 9999A (1 or 5 Amp secondaries)
Auxiliary supply:
a.c. supply voltage tolerance:
a.c. supply frequency range:
a.c. supply burden:
d.c. supply burden:
100 - 250V AC- DC (45-66Hz)
+20 % / -15 % of Rated Value
45 to 66 Hz
4.5VA
3W
Operating Measuring Ranges:
Voltage:
Current:
Frequency:
Power Factor:
5 .. 120 % of Rated Value
5 .. 120 % of Rated Value
40 .. 70 Hz
0.5 Lag ... 1 ... 0.8 Lead
Accuracy
Voltage:
Current:
Frequency:
Active Power:
Re-Active Power:
Apparent Power:
Active Energy:
Re-Active Energy:
Apparant Energy:
Power Factor:
Angle:
Analog Output:
Total Harmonic Distortion:
Neutral Current:
Reference conditions for Accuracy:
Reference temperature:
Input frequency:
Input waveform:
Auxiliary supply voltage:
Auxiliary supply frequency:
Voltage Range:
Current Range:
Power:
Power Factor / Phase Angle:
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± 0.5 % of range
± 0.5 % of range
± 0.15% of mid frequency
± 0.5 % of range
± 0.5 % of range
± 0.5 % of range
± 0.5 % of range
± 0.5 % of range
± 0.5 % of range
± 1 % of Unity
± 1 % of range
± 1 % of Output end value
±1%
± 4 % of range
23 C + 2 C
50 or 60Hz ± 2%
Sinusoidal (distortion factor 0.005)
Rated Value + 1 %
Rated Value + 1 %
50 ... 100% of Nominal Value
60 ... 100% of Nominal Value for THD
10 ... 100% of Nominal Value
20 ... 100% of Nominal Value for THD
cosØ / sinØ = 1
For Active / Reactive Power & Energy
10... 100% of Nominal Current & 50... 100% of Nominal Voltage.
40... 100% of Nominal Current & 50... 100% of Nominal Voltage.
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Nominal range of use of influence quantities for measurands
Voltage:
Current:
Input frequency:
Temperature:
Auxiliary supply voltage
Auxiliary supply frequency
Temperature Coefficient
(For Rated value range of use 0…50° C)
Error change due to variation of an influence quantity:
50 .. 120 % of Rated Value
10 .. 120 % of Rated Value Rated
Value ± 10 %
0 to 50° C
Rated Value ± 10 %
Rated Value ± 10 %
0.025% / °C for Voltage (50..120% of Rated Value)
0.05% / °C for Current ( 10..120% of Rated Value )
2 * Error allowed for the reference condition applied in the test
Standards
EMC Emmision:
EMC Immunity:
Safety:
Protection class:
Pollution degree:
Installation category:
Enclosure (IP for water & dust):
IEC 61326-1: 2005
10V/m min (IEC 61000-4-3)
IEC 61010-1: 2001
2
2
CATIII
IP 54 (front), IP 20 (housing/terminals) acc. to IEC 60529
Isolation
Dielectric voltage withstand test:
2.2 kV RMS 50 Hz for 1 minute between all electrical circuits
Environmental
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
Relative humidity:
Warm up time:
Shock:
Vibration:
-10 to 55 ° C
-20 to +65 °C
0 .. 90 % RH
3 minute (minimum)
15g in 3 planes
10 .. 55 Hz, 0.15mm amplitude
Mechanical attributes
Orientation:
Dimensions:
Material:
Weight:
Terminals:
Display:
User interface:
Any
see dimensional drawing
Polycarbonate, V-0 acc. to UL94, self-extinguishing, non-dripping,
free of halogen
620 g Approx.
Screw-type terminals
3 line / 4 digits LED display (Digit height 11mm)
Approx. 1 seconds
Two push buttons
Outputs
Pulse output Option ( 1 Relay )
Relay:
Switching Voltage & Current:
Default Pulse rate Divisor:
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1NO + 1NC
240VDC , 5Amp.
1 per Wh (up to 3600W),
1 per kWh (up to 3600kW),
1 per MWh (above 3600 kW)
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Pulse rate Divisors:
10
Programmable on site
1 per 10Wh (up to 3600W),
1 per 10kWh (up to 3600kW),
1 per 10MWh (above 3600 kW)
1 per 100Wh (up to 3600W),
1 per 100kWh (up to 3600kW),
1 per 100MWh (above 3600 kW)
1 per 1000Wh (up to 3600W),
1 per 1000kWh (up to 3600kW),
1 per 1000MWh (above 3600 kW)
60ms , 100ms or 200ms
100
1000
Pulse Duration ModBus ( RS 485 ) Option:
Note: Above conditions are also applicable for Reactive & Apparent Energy .
Screw-type terminals (A, B, G)
ModBus ( RS 485 )
19200 , 9600 , 4800 or 2400 (Programmable)
Odd or Even, with 1 stop bit,
Or None with 1 or 2 stop bits
Modbus (RS485):
Protocol:
Baud Rate:
Parity:
Analog Output:
Linear:
4 ... 20mA dc into 0 - 500 ohm Uni-directional, internally powered.
96mm
15.1 Dimensional drawings
96mm
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15.2 Phasor Diagram
Capacitive
Quadrant 1: 0° to 90°
Quadrant 2: 90° to 180°
Quadrant 3: 180° to 270°
Quadrant 4: 270° to 360°
Inductive
90 degrees (0.000)
Quadrant 2
-P
+Q
120 degrees (-0.500)
Quadrant 1
+P
+Q
60 degrees (+0.500)
30 degrees (+0.866)
150 degrees (-0.866)
Export Import
180 degrees (-1.000)
0 degrees (+1.000)
330 degrees (+0.866)
210 degrees (-0.866)
240 degrees (-0.500)
300 degrees (+0.500)
Capacitive
Inductive
Quadrant 3
-P
-Q
Quadrant 4
+P
-Q
270 degrees (0.000)
Connections
Quadrant
Sign of Active
Power (P)
Sign of Reactive
Power (Q)
Sign of Power
Factor (PF)
Inductive/
Capacitive
Import
1
+P
+Q
+
L
Import
4
+P
-Q
+
C
Export
2
-P
+Q
-
C
Export
3
-P
-Q
-
L
Inductive means Current lags Voltage
Capacitive means Current leads Voltage
When the instrument displays Active power ( P )with “ + ” ( positive sign ) , the connection is “ Import ” .
When the instrument displays Active power ( P )with “ - ” ( negative sign ) , the connection is “ Export ” .
15.3 Connection and Programming via the RS485 (Modbus) interface
Follow the subsequent steps to program the transducer via the RS485 interface and Modbus:
Step 1:
Connection
Connect the Modbus cable according to the connection diagram in Chapter 5.3. Please observe also the information in the Modbus (RS485)
interface definition.
Gnd A1 A2 Gnd
4 - 20mA
N/O N/C COM
Relay
A
B Gnd
RS 485
Step 2:
Programming
Program SIRAX BM1400 via the Modbus RTU interface and the CB-Configurator software. Please observe the detailed Modbus description in
Chapter 16.
Connect the power supply to SIRAX BM1400 before programming.
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16. Interface Definition Modbus (RS485)
SIRAX BM1400 supports Modbus RTU protocol (RS485).
The permissible address range for the BM1400 is between 1 and 247. Broadcast Mode (address 0) is not allowed.
The maximum latency time of an BM1400 is 200ms i.e. this is the amount of time that can pass before the first response character is output.
After sending any query through software (of the Master), it must allow 200ms of time to elapse before assuming that the BM1400 is not going
to respond. If slave does not respond within 200 ms, Master can ignore the previous query and can issue fresh query to the slave.
16.1 Modbus functions
Following code functions are provide:
Function code
Function
Address
03
Read holding registers
40001 to 40079
04
Read input registers
30001 to 30231
16
Presets multiple registers
40001 to 40079
Example of read out measurement
Query:
Device address
Function code
Start address
Nr. of register
CRC
0x05
0x04
0x000C
0x0006
0xB18F
Device address
Function code
Nr. of databytes
Databytes
Databytes
Databytes
CRC
0x05
0x04
0x0C
0x3F8A5AA7
0x3F844A12
0x3F85DAD2
0x4759
Response:
Example of set slave address 5 to 15
Query:
Device address
Function code
Start address
Nr. of register
Nr. of bytes
Databytes 0...3
CRC
0x05
0x10
0x0014
0x0002
0x04
0x41700000
0xF387
Response:
Device address
Function code
Start address
Nr. of register
CRC
0x05
0x10
0x0014
0x0002
0x0048
Exception Cases: An exception code will be generated when BM1400 receives ModBus query with valid parity and error check but which contains some other error (e.g. Attempt to set floating point variable to an invalid value). The response generated will be “Function code” + 0x80.
01
Illegal function
The function code is not supported.
02
Illegal data address
Attempt to access an invalid address or an attempt to read or write part of a
floating point value.
03
Illegal data value
Attempt to set a floating point variable to an invalid value.
16.2 Data types
All information are displayed as 32-bit float. There is no representation for floating point numbers in the Modbus specification.
The IEEE 754 standard as the most often used standard for the representation of floating numbers is applied.
• The first register contains the bits 16 – 31
• The second register contains the bits 0 – 15
32-Bit Float (Real32)
31
30
23 22
15
7
0
Exponent
Mantisse
Sign
A
B
C
D
0x4017
0
+
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Exponent: 128-127=1
0
0x4C05
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
Mantisse=1.01000000000101110100110000000101=1.18200743198394781526789
Measuring value P = 1.18200743198394781526789 * 21 = 2.3640149 W
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TABLE 1: 3 X register addresses (measured parameters)
Adress
(Register)
Name
Parameter
3P 4W
3P 3W
30001
U1N
Voltage phase L1 to N
• (L1-N)
• (L1-L2)
30003
U2N
Voltage phase L2 to N
• (L2-N)
• (L2-L3)
30005
U3N
Voltage phase L3 to N
• (L3-N)
• (L3-L1)
30007
I1
Current in phase L1
•
•
30009
I2
Current in phase L2
•
•
30011
I3
Current in phase L3
•
•
30013
P1
Active power phase 1 (L1 – N)
•
–
30015
P2
Active power phase 2 (L2 – N)
•
–
30017
P3
Active power phase 3 (L3 – N)
•
–
30019
S1
Apparent power phase 1 (L1 – N)
•
–
30021
S2
Apparent power phase 2 (L2 – N)
•
–
30023
S3
Apparent power phase 3 (L3 – N)
•
–
30025
Q1
Reactive power phase 1 (L1 – N)
•
–
30027
Q2
Reactive power phase 2 (L2 – N)
•
–
30029
Q3
Reactive power phase 3 (L3 – N)
•
–
30031
PF1
Power factor phase 1 (L1 – N)
•
–
30033
PF2
Power factor phase 2 (L2 – N)
•
–
30035
PF3
Power factor phase 3 (L3 – N)
•
–
30037
Phi 1
Phase angle 1
•
–
30039
Phi 2
Phase angle 2
•
–
30041
Phi 3
Phase angle 3
•
–
30043
∅U
Average value of voltages
•
•
30045
∑U
Sum of voltages
•
•
30047
∅I
Average value of current
•
•
30049
∑I
Sum of current
•
•
30051
P
Average value of active power
•
•
30053
∑P
Sum of active power
•
•
30055
∅S
Average value of apparent power
•
•
30057
∑S
Sum of apparent power
•
•
30059
∅Q
Average value of reactive power
•
•
30061
∑Q
Sum of reactive power
•
•
30063
∅PF
Average value of power factor
•
•
30065
∑PF
Sum of power factor
•
–
30067
∅Phi
Average value of phase angle
•
•
30069
∑Phi
Sum of phase angle
•
–
30071
F
System frequency
•
•
30073
∫P_inc
Active power incoming
•
•
30075
∫P_out
Active power outgoing
•
•
30077
∫Q_inc
Reactive Power incoming
•
•
30079
∫Q_out
Reactive Power outgoing
•
•
30081
∫S
Apparent power
•
•
30083
Q
Electrical charge
•
•
30085
P_inc
Active power demand incoming
•
•
30087
P_inc max
Maximum active power demand incoming
•
•
30089
P_out
Active power demand outgoing
•
•
30091
P_out max
Maximum active power demand outgoing
•
•
30101
S
Apparent power demand
•
•
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Adress
(Register)
Name
Parameter
30103
S max.
30105
30107
3P 4W
3P 3W
Maximum apparent power demand
•
•
U
Current demand
•
•
U max.
Maximum current demand
•
•
30133
∅U max.
Maximum of the voltage average value
•
•
30135
∅U min.
Minimum of the voltage average value
•
•
30141
∅I max.
Maximum of the current average value
•
•
30143
∅I min.
Minimum of the current average value
•
•
30145
∫P_inc *
Active power incoming (kWh)
•
•
30147
∫P_out *
Active power outgoing (kWh)
•
•
30149
∫Q_inc *
Reactive Power incoming (kvarh)
•
•
30151
∫Q_out *
Reactive Power outgoing (kvarh)
•
•
30153
∫S *
Apparent power (kvah)
•
•
30201
U12
Voltage phase L1 to L2
•
–
30203
U23
Voltage phase L2 to L3
•
–
30205
U31
Voltage phase L2 to L1
•
–
30207
THD U1
Voltage THD in Line 1
•
•
30209
THD U2
Voltage THD in Line 2
•
•
30211
THD U3
Coltage THD in Line 3
•
•
30213
THD I1
Current THD in Line 1
•
•
30215
THD I2
Current THD in Line 2
•
•
30217
THD I3
Current THD in Line 3
•
•
30219
THD U
Voltage THD
•
•
30221
THD I
Current THD
•
•
30225
IN_calc
Neutral current (calculated)
•
–
30227
rh
Run hour
•
•
30229
Onh
On hour
•
•
30231
Intr
No. of interrupts
•
•
30513
Variable 1
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30515
Variable 2
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30517
Variable 3
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30519
Variable 4
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30521
Variable 5
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30523
Variable 6
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30525
Variable 7
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30527
Variable 8
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30529
Variable 9
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30531
Variable 10
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30533
Variable 11
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30535
Variable 12
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30537
Variable 13
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30539
Variable 14
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30541
Variable 15
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30543
Variable 16
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30545
Variable 17
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30547
Variable 18
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30549
Variable 19
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
30551
Variable 20
Quantity is defined by user (see 40513 … 40534)
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TABLE 2: Description of 4 X register
Adress
Param. Name
No.
Read/
Write
Description
40001
1
Demand Reset
R/W
Demand Reset is used to reset the Demand parameter. A value of zero must be Written
to this register to reset the Demand period. Writing any other value will return an error.
40003
2
Demand Period
R/W
Demand period represents demand time in minutes. The applicable values are 8,15,20 or
30. Writing any other value will return an error.
40005
3
Energy unit
R/W
This address is used to set energy unit in Wh, kWh & MWh.
Write one of the following value to this address.
1: Energy in Wh. 2: Energy in kWh.
3: Energy in MWh.
40007
4
System Voltage
R
This address is read only and displays System Voltage
40009
5
System Current
R
This address is read only and displays System Current
40011
6
System Type
R/W
This address is used to set the System type.
Write one of the following value to this address.
2: 3 Phase 3 Wire
3: 3 Phase 4 Wire.
Writing any other value will return error.
40013
7
Pulse Width
of Relay
R/W
This address is used to set pulse width of the Pulse output.
Write one of the following values to this address:
60: 60 ms
100: 100 ms
200: 200 ms
Writing any other value will return error.
40015
8
Reset Energy
Counter
W
This address is used to reset the Energy Counter. Write zero value to this register to reset
the energy counter. Writing any other value will return an error.
40017
9
Number of Poles
W
This address is used to set the no. of poles of generator of which RPM is to be measured.
The value must be between 2 to 40.
Writing any other value will return an error.
40019
10
Rs485 Set-up
Code
R/W
This address is used to set the baud rate, Parity, Number of stop bits.
Value Baud rate
Parity
Stop bit
Value Baud rate
Parity
Stop bit
0
2400
NONE
1
8
9600
NONE
1
1
2400
NONE
2
9
9600
NONE
2
2
2400
EVEN
1
10
9600
EVEN
1
3
2400
ODD
1
11
9600
ODD
1
4
4800
NONE
1
12
19200
NONE
1
5
4800
NONE
2
13
19200
NONE
2
6
4800
EVEN
1
14
19200
EVEN
1
7
4800
ODD
1
15
19200
ODD
1
40021
11
Node Address
R/W
This register address is used to set Device address between 1 to 247.
40023
12
Pulse Divisor
R/W
This address is used to set pulse divisor of the Pulse output.
Write one of the following values to this address for Wh:
1 : Divisor 1
10 : Divisor 10
100 : Divisor 100
1000 : Divisor 1000
Writing any other value will return an error.
40025
13
Min - Reset
W
This address is used to reset the Min parameters value. Write Zero value to this register to
reset the Min parameters. Writing any other value will return an error.
40027
14
Max - Reset
W
This address is used to reset the Max parameters value. Write Zero value to this register
to reset the Max parameters.
Writing any other value will return an error.
40029
15
Analog Out 1Para Set
R/W
This address is used to set the parameter for Analog Output 1. Write one of the parameter no. As per the options given in Table 2 for Analog & Limit Output Parameters.
Writing any other value will return an error.
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Adress
Param. Name
No.
Read/
Write
Description
40031
16
Analog Out 2Para Set
R/W
This address is used to set the parameter for Analog Output 2. Write one of the parameter no. As per the options given in Table 2 for Analog & Limit Output Parameters.
40033
17
PT Primary
R/W
This address allows the user to set PT Primary value. The maximum settable value is
692.8kV & also depends on the per phase 666 MVA Restriction of power combined with
CT primary.
Input voltage
110V L-L (63.5V L-N)
Available
230V L-L (133.0V L-N) on demand
415V L-L (239.6V L-N) on demand
440V L-L (239.6V L-N) Available
40035
18
CT Pimary
R/W
This address allows the user to set CT Primary value. The maximum settable value is
9999 & also depends on the per phase 666 MVA Restriction of power combined with PT
primary.
40037
19
Sys Power
R/W
System Power (Read Only) is the Nominal system power based on the values of Nominal
system volts and Nominal system current.
40039
20
Energy Digit
Reset Count
R/W
This address is used to set the rollover count for energy. If Energy on Modbus is in Wh,
rollover count can be from 7 to 14. If it is in KWh then rollover count can be from 7 to 12
& for MWh rollover count can be from 7 to 9.
40041
21
Word Order
R/W
Word Order controls the order in which SIRAX BT5700 receives or sends floating - point
numbers:- normal or reversed register order. In normal mode, the two registers that make
UP a floating point numbers are sent most significant bytes first. In reversed register
mode, the two registers that make UP a floating point numbers are sent least significant
bytes first.
To set the mode, write the value ‘2141.0’ into this register-the instrument will detect
the order used to send this value and set that order for all ModBus transaction involving
floating point numbers.
40043
22
CT secondary
R/W
This address is used to read and write the CT secondary value. Write one of the following
values to this address.
1: 1A CT secondary
5: 5A CT secondary
writing any other value will return an error.
40045
23
PT secondary
R/W
This address is used to read and write the PT secondary value. Ref Table for the range of
PT secondary settable values.
Input voltage
Setting range PT secondary value
110V L-L (63.5V L-N)
100 - 120V L-L (57.73V - 69.28V L-N)
Available
230V L-L (133.0V L-N) 121 - 239V L-L (69.68V - 138V L-N)
on demand
415V L-L (239.6V L-N) 240 - 480V L-L (138.56 - 277.12V L-N)
on demand
440V L-L (239.6V L-N) 240 - 480V L-L (138.56 - 277.12V L-N)
Available
40047
24
Relay1 output
select
R/W
This address is used to select the Relay1 operation as pulse or Limit.
Write one of the following values to this address.
0: Pulse output on Relay1
128 (Decimal): Limit output on Relay1. Writing any other value will return an error.
40049
25
Pulse 1 / Limit 1
parameter
select
R/W
This address is used to assign the Parameter to Relay1
If Limit option is selected refer parameter number 1 to 40 & if Pulse option is selected
then refer as followed.
Code
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Configuration
Code
Configuration
0
Import Active Energy
2
Import Reactive Energy
1
Export Active Energy
3
Export Reactive Energy
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Configuration
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Adress
Param. Name
No.
Read/
Write
Description
40051
26
Limit 1
Trip Point
R/W
This address is used to set the trip point in %. Any value between 10 to 100 for Lo- alarm
& 10 to120 for Hi-alarm can be written to this address.
Writing any other value will return an error.
40053
27
Limit 1
Hysteresis
R/W
This address is used to set the hysteresis between 0.5 to 50.0%.
Writing any other value will return an error.
40055
28
Limit 1
Energizing Delay
R/W
This address is used to set the Energizing delay between 1 to 10.
Writing any other value will return an error.
40057
29
Limit 1 De-energizing Delay
R/W
This address is used to set the De-Energizing delay between 1 to 10.
Writing any other value will return an error.
40071
36
Password
R/W
This address is used to set & reset the password. Valid Range of Pass-word can be set is
0000 - 9999.
1) If password lock is present & if this location is read it will return zero.
2) If Password lock is absent & if this location is read it will return One.
3) If password lock is present & to disable this lock first send valid pas word to this location then write “0000” to this location
4) If password lock is present & to modify 4X parameter first send valid
password to this location so that 4X parameter will be accessible for modification.
5) If for in any of the above case invalid password is send then meter will return exceptional error 2.
40073
37
Limit 1 Configuration Select
R/W
This address is used to set the Configuration for Relay 1.
Writing any other value will return an error.
Code
Configuration
Code
Configuration
0
Hi- alarm & energized relais
2
Low- alarm & energized relais
1
Hi- alarm & de-energized relais
3
Low- alarm & de-energized relais
40077
39
Auto scroll
R/W
This address is used to activate or de-activate the auto scrolling.
Write
0: Deactivate
1: Activate, Writing any other value will return an error.
40079
40
30mA Noise
current
Elimination
R/W
This address is used to activate or de-activate the 30 mA noise current elimination write
0: Deactivate
30 (Decimal): Activate
Writing any other value will return an error.
40513
257
Variable 1
R/W
defines the value of the register 30513/30514
40514
258
Variable 2
R/W
defines the value of the register 30515/30516
40515
259
Variable 3
R/W
40516
260
Variable 4
R/W
40517
261
Variable 5
R/W
Value
Name
40518
262
Variable 6
R/W
0
Voltage UL1
40519
263
Variable 7
R/W
2
Voltage UL2
Voltage UL3
40520
264
Variable 8
R/W
4
40521
265
Variable 9
R/W
…
40522
266
Variable 10
R/W
70
40523
267
Variable 11
R/W
…
40524
268
Variable 12
R/W
144
Active power incoming
Neutral current
= 3X Register Adress – 30001
Frequency
40527
269
Variable 13
R/W
224
40528
270
Variable 14
R/W
Value
40529
271
Variable 15
R/W
40530
272
Variable 16
R/W
40531
273
Variable 17
R/W
40532
274
Variable 18
R/W
40533
275
Variable 19
R/W
40534
276
Variable 20
R/W
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