CARLO GAVAZZI EN61036 Operating instructions

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WM3 - 96
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
• General features ____________________ 2
• Technical features ___________________ 3
• Installation ________________________ 10
• Preliminary operations _______________ 14
• Front panel description ______________ 16
• Operating mode ____________________ 17
• Useful information __________________ 28
Important:
We suggest you keep the original packing in case it is necessary to return
the instrument to our Technical Service Department.
In order to achieve the most from your instrument, we recommend you
read this instruction manual carefully.
CARLO GAVAZZI Instruments
WM3-96, 32-bit µ-Processor based power quality analyser with
modular housing for Plug and Play modules
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Harmonic analysis enabling
Clock adjustment (if present)
Programming of the pulse output (if present)
Programming of the analogue and serial output (if present)
Programming of the digital filter.
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Important:
We suggest you keep the original packing in case it is necessary to return
the instrument to our Technical Service Department.
In order to achieve the most from your instrument, we recommend you
read this instruction manual carefully.
GENERAL FEATURES
The most important features are:
• Modular housing for Plug and Play modules
• IP65 protection degree
• 32-bit µP-based indicator and controller
• TRMS Measurements
• Back-lighted graphic LCD display (128x64 dots)
• Read-out: 4x4dgt (instantaneous variables)
• Read-out: 4x9dgt (total energies), 4x7dgt (partial energies)
• 4 independent total energy meters (Wh, varh)
• Up to 48 independent partial energy meters (Wh, varh)
• Harmonic analysis up to the 50th harmonic with histogram indication
• Up to 8 simultaneous outputs: pulse, alarm, analogue output and
serial communication port
• According to: EN61010-1; Accuracy: EN60688-1, EN61036, EN61268
The main programming parameters are:
• Programming of the password
• Selection of the electrical system
• Programming of CT ratio (up to 30.000A)
• Programming of the VT ratio (up to 600kV)
• Selection of the variables for the MIN and MAX detection
• Programming of the integration time period calculation
• Tariff management
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
NUMBER OF INPUTS:
• Current: 6;
• Voltage: 4;
• Digital: 3 free of voltage contacts for synchronization of W-VA-A
measurements.
Current/voltage read-out: <8mA/ 17.5V to 25VDC
ACCURACY (display, RS485, RS232)
Un: 240VL-N, Uf.s. 300VL-N, Ib: 5A, max 6A
• Current: ±0.5% rdg (0.2 to 1.2 Ib), ±5mA (0.02 to 0.2 Ib)
• Voltage: ±0.5% rdg (0.2 to 1.25 Un) including also frequency, power
supply and output load influences
• Frequency: ±0.1% rdg (from 40 to 440 Hz)
• Active power (@25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60%): ±0.5% (rdg. + f.s.) (PF 0.5 L/
C, 0.1 to 1.2 Ib, 0.2 to 1.2 Un) or ±1% rdg. (PF 0.5 L/C, 0.1 to 1.2 Ib,
0.2 to 1.2 Un).
• Reactive power (@25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60): ±0.5% (rdg. + f.s.) (PF 0.5
L/C, 0.1 to 1.2 In, 0.2 to 1.2 Un) or ±1% rdg. (PF 0.5 L/C, 0.1 to 1.2 Ib,
0.2 to 1.2 Un).
• Apparent power (@25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60%): ±0.5% (rdg. + f.s.) (0.1 to
1.2 Ib, 0.2 to 1.2 Un) or ±1% rdg. (0.1 to 1.2 Ib, 0.2 to 1.2 Un).
• Energies (@25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60%):class 1 according to EN61036
and to EN61268; Ib: 5A, Imax: 6A; 0.1 Ib: 500mA; start up current:
20mA; Un: 240V
• Harmonic distortion (@25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60%): 1% f.s. (f.s.:100%);
phase: ±2°; Imin: 0.1Arms; Imax: 15Ap; Umin: 50Vrms; Umax: 500Vp;
sampling frequency 6400Hz @ 50Hz
ADDITIONAL ERRORS
• Humidity: <0.3% rdg, 60% to 90% R.H.
• Magnetic field: <0.5% rdg, @ 400 A/m.
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OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
ANALOGUE OUTPUTS (on request):
• Number of outputs: Up to 4 (on request;
• Accuracy: ±0.2% f.s.; (@25°C ±5°C, R.H. ≤60%)
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• Range: 0 to ±20mADC, 0 to ±20mADC, 0 to ±10mADC, 0 to ±5mADC,
0 to 10VDC, 0 to ±10VDC, 0 to ±5VDC, 0 to ±1VDC
• Scaling factor: Programmable within the whole range of retransmission;
it allows the retransmission management of all values from: 0 to
20mADC, 0 to ±20mADC, 0 to ±10mADC, 0 to ±5mADC, 0 to 10VDC,
0 to ±10VDC, 0 to ±5VDC, 0 to ±1VDC
• Response time: ≥200ms typical (filter excluded, FFT excluded, 31/2 dgt
indication)
• Ripple: ≤1% according to IEC60688-1 and EN60688-1
• Temperature drift: 200 ppm/°C
• Load: 0 to 20mADC ≤ 600Ω; 0 to ±20mADC ≤550Ω;
0 to ±10mADC ≤ 1100Ω; 0 to ±5mADC ≤ 2200Ω;
0 to 10VDC ≥ 10kΩ; 0 to ±10VDC ≥ 10kΩ;
0 to ±5VDC ≥ 10kΩ; 0 to ±1VDC ≥ 10kΩ;
Insulation: By means of optocouplers, 4000 Vrms output to measuring
input, 4000 Vrms output to supply input.
RS422/RS485 SERIAL OUTPUT (on request):
• Type: Bidirectional multidrop (static and dynamic variables).
• Connections: 2 or 4 wires, max. distance 1200m, termination directly
on the module
• Addresses: from 1 to 255, selectable by key-pad.
• Protocol: MODBUS/JBUS
Data (bidirectional): Dynamic (reading only)
• System variables: P, Pavg, S, Q, PF, VL-L, f, THD, energies and status
of digital inputs, set-point output status
• Single phase variables: PL1, SL1, QL1, PFL1, VL1-N, AL1, THDL1;
PL2, SL2, QL2, PFL2, VL2-N, AL2, THDL2; PL3, SL3, QL3, PFL3,
VL3-N, AL3, THDL3
Static (writing only)
All programming data, reset of energies, activation of static output.
• Stored energy (EEPROM):max 999.999.999 kWh/kvarh
• Data format: 1 start bit, 8 data bit, no parity/even parity/odd parity, 1
stop bit
• Baud-rate: 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600 baud
• Insulation: by means of optocouplers, 4000 Vrms output to measuring
inputs, 4000 Vrms output to supply input.
RS232 SERIAL OUTPUT (on request):
• Type: bidirectional (static and dynamic variables)
• Connections: 3 wires, maximum distance 15m
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TEMPERATURE DRIFT: ±200ppm/°C
SAMPLING RATE: 6400Hz @ 50 Hz
DISPLAY
Graphic, back-lighted LCD, 128x64 dots. Selectable read-out for the
instantaneous variables: 4 x 4 dgt or 4 x 31/2 dgt.; Total energies: 4 x 9
dgt; Partial energies: 4 x 7 dgt.
MAX. AND MIN. INDICATION
Max. 9999 (999999999); Min. -9999 (-999999999)
MEASUREMENTS
Currb>t, voltage, power, energy, harmonic distortion (see table "Display
pages"); TRMS measurement of a distorted sine wave voltage/current;
Coupling type: direct; Crest factor: ≤3; max. 15Ap/500Vp (VL-N) or 15Ap/
800Vp (VL-N)
RANGE (IMPEDANCE)
• AV5 (Un/Ib):
90V/√ 3/100V (600kΩ) - 1AAC (≤0.3VA)
90V/√ 3/100V (600kΩ) - 5AAC (≤0.3VA)
250V/433V (600kΩ) - 1AAC (≤0.3VA)
250V/433V (600kΩ) - 5AAC (≤0.3VA)
• AV7 (Un/Ib):
110V/√ 3/110V (1MΩ) - 1AAC (≤0.3VA)
110V/√ 3/110V (1MΩ) - 5AAC (≤0.3VA)
400V/690V (1MΩ) - 1AAC (≤0.3VA)
400V/690V (1MΩ) - 5AAC (≤0.3VA)
FREQUENCY RANGE: from 40 to 440 Hz
OVERLOAD PROTECTION
• Continuous: voltage/current 1.2 Un/Ib
• For 1s: voltage/current 2 Un / 20 Ib
KEYBOARD:
4 keys:
"S" to enter the programming phase and for password confirmation;
"UP" and "DOWN" for value programming/function selection, page
scrolling, "F" for special functions
SOFTWARE FUNCTIONS
PASSWORD: Numeric code of max. 3 digits;
• 2 protection levels of the programming data.
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• 1st level: Password "0", no protection
• 2nd level: Password from 1 to 499, all data are protected.
MEASUREMENT SELECTION: see the relevant table.
TRANSFORMER RATIO:
For CT up to 30000A, For VT up to 600kV.
SCALING FACTOR
Operating mode:
• Electrical scale: compression/expansion of the input scale to be
connected to up to 4 analogue outputs and up to 4 alarm outputs.
• Electrical range: Programmable within the whole measuring range.
DIGITAL FILTER:
• Filter operating range: 0 to 99.9% of the input electrical scale
• Filtering coefficient: 1 to 255
• Filter action: alarms, analogue and serial outputs (fundamental
variables: V, A, W and their derived ones).
EVENT LOGGING: Only with the RS232 + RTC module. The max./min.
values of the selected variables and the alarm status are stored with
reference to date (dd:mm:yy) and time (hh:mm:ss). Max. capacity: 480
events.
PAGE VARIABLES: 4 variables per page; up to 27 variable pages one
of which is completely programmable.
POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS
AC VOLTAGE:
18 - 60 VDC/AC; 90-260 VDC/AC
POWER CONSUMPTION:
≤30VA / 12W (90-260V); ≤20VA / 12W (18-60V)
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATING TEMPERATURE:
0 to +50°C (R.H. <90% non-condensing)
STORAGE TEMPERATURE:
–10 to +60°C (R.H.<90% non-condensing).
INSULATION REFERENCE VOLTAGE:
600 VRMS to ground
INSULATION: 4000 VRMS between all inputs/outputs to ground
DIELECTRIC STRENGTH: 4000 VRMS for 1 minute
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• Data format: 1 start bit, 8 data bit, no parity, 1 stop bit
• Baud-rate: 9600 bauds
• Protocol: MODBUS (JBUS)
• Other data: as per RS485/RS422
DIGITAL OUTPUTS: (on request)
the working of the pulse, alarm or pulse/alarm outputs is fully programmable and is independent from the chosen output module.
PULSE OUTPUT: (on request)
• Number of outputs: Up to 4 (on request)
• Type: From 1 to 1000 programmable pulses for k-M-G Wh, k-M-G
varh, open collector (NPN transistor).
• VON 1.2VDC / max. 100mA; VOFF 30VDC max.
• Pulse duration: 220ms (ON), ≥220ms (OFF) according to DIN43864.
• Insulation: By means of optocouplers, 4000 Vrms output to measuring
inputs, 4000 Vrms output to supply inputs.
• Note: The outputs can be either open collector type or relay type (for
this latter one see the characteristics mentioned in the ALARMS)
ALARMS: (on request)
• Number of setpoints: up to 4, independent
• Alarm type: Up alarm, down alarm, up alarm with latch, down alarm
with latch, phase asymmetry/phase loss, neutral loss.
• ON set-point adjustment: 0 to 100% of the electrical scale.
• OFF set-point adjustment: 0 to 100% of the electrical scale (hysteresis
is given by ON-OFF or OFF-ON).
• On - time delay: 0 to 255s
• Relay status: selectable, normally de-energized, normally energized.
• Output type: relay, SPDT; AC 1-8A, 250VAC; DC 12-5A, 24VDC; AC
15-2.5A, 250VAC; DC 13-2.5A, 24VDC
• Min. response time: ≥ 150ms, filter excluded, setpoint On-time delay: 0
• Insulation: 4000 Vrms output to measuring input, 4000 Vrms output to
power supply input.
• Note: the outputs can be either relay type or open collector type (for this
latter one, see the characteristics mentioned in the PULSE OUTPUTS).
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HARMONIC DISTORTION ANALYSIS
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
TIME PERIODS:
Selectable: single time, dual time and multitime.
SINGLE TIME:
Number of energy meters:
total: 4 (9 digits); partial: 4 (7 digits)
DUAL TIME:
• Number of energy meters:
total: 4 (9 digits); partial: 8 (6 digits)
• Time periods: 2, programmable within 24 hours
MULTI-TIME:
• Number of energy meters:
total: 4 (9 digits); partial: 48 (6 digits)
• Time periods: 4, programmable within 24 hours
• Time seasons: 3, programmable within 12 months
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NOISE REJECTION (CMRR): 100dB, 48 to 62 Hz
EMC: EN 50 081-2, EN 50 082-2
OTHER STANDARDS:
• Safety requirements: IEC 61010-1, EN 61010-1
• Product requirements: IEC 60688-1, EN 60688-1,
• Energy measurements: EN61036, EN61268.
• Pulse outputs: DIN43864
CONNECTIONS:
Screw-type, max. wire section: 1.5 mm2 x 2 or 2.5 mm2 x 1
HOUSING:
Dimensions: 96 x 96 x 140mm; Materials: ABS; self-extinguishing: UL 94 V-0
DEGREE OF PROTECTION: Front: IP 65
WEIGHT: 600 g approx. (packing included)
ANALYSIS PRINCIPLE: FFT
HARMONIC MEASUREMENT:
• Current: Up to the 50th harmonic
• Voltage: Up to the 50th harmonic
TYPE OF HARMONICS:
• THD (VL1);THD odd (VL1); THD even (VL1) and also for the other
phases: L2 and L3.
• THD (AL1); THD odd (AL1); THD even (AL1) and also for the other
phases: L2 and L3.
HARMONIC PHASE ANGLE:
• The instrument measures the angle between the single harmonic of
"V" and the single harmonic of "A" expressed as " ° ", making it possible
to know if the harmonics are generated or imported.
• Note: if the system is a 3-wire type, the angle cannot be measured.
HARMONIC DETAILS: For every THD page it is possible to see the
harmonic order.
DISPLAY PAGES: The harmonic contents is displayed as a graph
showing the whole harmonic spectrum.
The information is given also as numerical information:
THD in % / RMS value; THD odd in % / RMS value; THD even in %
/ RMS value; Single harmonic in % / RMS value
OTHERS: The harmonic distortion can be measured both in 3-wire or
4-wire systems. Tw: 0.02 s
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INSTALLATION
Overall dimensions and panel cut-out
Mounting
Insert the instrument (holding its front) into the panel and fasten it (from
the back) by fixing the two lateral brackets (1) (supplied with the
instrument) to the appropriate location (2), using the two screws (3)
(supplied with the instrument).
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3
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DESCRIPTION
A
B
Single analogue output
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•
Dual analogue output
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•
RS485 serial output
C
D
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B
C
D
PS
IM
•
RS232 serial output
A
PU
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Single relay output
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Dual relay output
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Single open collector
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Position of the slots and relevant modules
output
PU
Dual open collector
output
1
PS
IM
2
4 open collector outputs
Digital inputs
Power supply
Measuring inputs
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PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS
Screwdriver
Before supplying the instrument, make sure that the power supply
voltage corresponds to what is indicated on the lateral label of the
relevant module. For example:
Preliminary operations
The various modules (input, output and power supply) have been
conceived to be mounted in the proper slots. To know in which slot
every module is to be mounted, refer to the drawings on the previous
page.
For a correct mounting of the instrument, insert the modules in the
relevant slots, then, at the end, enter the central module, which can be
a blind type or an RS232 communication module; the central module
will help fixing also the other modules in the relevant slots.
To remove the modules, use a screwdriver:
A) gently depress the two fixing tabs (points "1" and "4"
in the drawing on the following page),
B) extract the central module,
C) remove also the other modules.
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AP1020
Universal power supply
input range: 100V...240V DC/AC (50Hz to 60Hz)
power consumption: 12W / 30VA 1 PHASE
serial number: S/N 002700/20345
NOTE: any slot which has not been used must be filled with the blind
plug modules.
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FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION
OPERATING MODE
DISPLAYING OF THE VARIABLES
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1. Keypad
Functions available out of the programming phase. Keys to be pressed:
Scroll to the following page
When the instrument is switched on, the main page of variable displaying
is shown. This first page, called page "00", is configurable by the user
who can choose, by means of the programming, which variables are to
be displayed in the 4 ranges. In all the other pages (up to 27 depending
on the instrument configuration), the type of variables displayed in the
four ranges are automatically selected and cannot be changed. In the
table on page 30 you can see the contents of all the pages that can be
displayed by WM3-96.
The low part of the display, where the status of the digital outputs is
indicated in 4 dedicated areas, is common to all the pages. If the outputs
are not present, only a black rectangle is shown; if the outputs are
present, the display will show a letter followed by a number. The letter can
be of 3 types:
Scroll to the previous page
Where enabled, it allows you to access some functions
"P"
"A"
relating to the displayed variables
Access to the programming phase
2. Display
Alphanumeric indication by means of a 7-segment graphic LCD
(128x 64 dots):
• of the programming parameters;
• of the measured variables.
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"D"
indicates a pulse output
indicates an alarm output. In this case the letter can be white in a
black background to indicate that the output is in alarm, or black
in a white background to indicate that the output is not in alarm.
indicates a diagnostic output. This is a particular type of alarm that
is activated when the neutral connection is missing. The alarm is
active when the background is black, while the alarm is not active
when the background is white.
The number that follows the letter is the progressive number of the output
(from 1 to 4).
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and
keys.
Pressing the
key in any one of the display pages, you access the
programming phase.
The
key, on the contrary, has various functions depending on the
page where the operator is working.
- Pages from "00" to "13": disabled
- Pages from "14" to "18": access to the function of reset of the "MIN" and
"MAX" values. To reset the meters, proceed as follows: enter the
function, press the
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and
key to confirm, then, by means of the
keys, go to the value that you want to reset and press the
key. To exit the function, press the
key again.
- Pages from "19" to "24": access to the detailed analysis of the harmonics. After pressing the
to the season is highlighted. By using the
and
key, it's
possible to change the season displayed in that page. Pressing the
key another time, the range relating to the period is highlighted.
and
keys, it's possible to change the period
within the displayed season. Pressing the
key for the third time,
you go back to the display page. The changings of season and period
carried out in this page, refer only to the displaying of the values stored
in the corresponding season and period.
The changings carried out in this page do not have any influence on
the method of tariff management of the instrument.
- Page "27": disabled.
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pressing the
key.
The instrument asks for the password to be entered:
Enter the protection key using the
and
keys; confirm it using
the
key.
If the RS232/RTC module is present, by setting the value "1000", you go
to the page where the events are displayed and where the instrument
stores, in a chronological order, the alarms that have occurred until that
moment.
If the password is correct, you access to the main menu of the
programming phase.
key, move along the histogram to display
the data relating to the single harmonics using the
and
keys.
For each harmonic the instrument measures the % value with reference to the fundamental and for the single harmonic angle between
the "V" harmonic and the "A" harmonic of the same order.
NOTE: this angle is displayed only if the measures are carried out in
a three-phase system with neutral.
- Page "25": disabled
- Page "26": pressing the C key for the first time, the range relating
Using the
PROGRAMMING PHASE
You access to the programming phase from any displaying page by
General Statement
and
Use the
keys to select the desired menu, then press
.
key to exit the programming phase.
Press the
TO CHANGE THE PASSWORD
Set the new password value using the
it with
and
keys and confirm
.
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To scroll the various pages, use the
TO SELECT THE TYPE OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Select the type of electrical
system using the
and
keys and confirm it
with
.
TO SELECT THE MIN AND MAX VARIABLES
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Set the value using the
and
keys and confirm
.
it with
TO SELECT THE VT RATIO
Se the value using the
and
it with
keys and confirm
.
and then press
and
using the
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and
Using the
and
keys, select the desired variable and confirm it by means
of the
key. To exit the
secondary menu without
making any selection, press
TO SELECT THE VARIABLES TO DISPLAY IN THE MAIN PAGE
Select the desired section of the display using the
position, then press the
key to enter the list of variables to be coupled to the
position.
the
key.
keys
. Scroll the available variables by means of the
keys and then confirm the variable you have chosen
key. Press the
key to go back to the main menu.
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Use the
and
keys to select the MAX (from
1 to 12) or MIN (from 1 to 8)
TO SELECT THE CT RATIO
TO SELECT THE CALCULATION METHOD OF THE POWER AVERAGE VALUE
Use the
Press the
time using
and
key .
keys to select the required method.
key and then set the integration time period. Confirm the
. To exit from the secondary menu without making any
selection, press the
PROGRAMMING OF THE CLOCK PARAMETERS
key.
Move to the menu parameter that you want to modify using the
keys and press the
key to confirm it. Set the desired value
to the previous one using the
key. Exit this menu to go back
key.
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and confirm the selection with the
NOTE:
the selections made in this menu are valid for W-VA-A-PF.
and
TO SELECT THE TYPE OF MANAGEMENT OF THE ENERGY METERS
Use the
and
keys to select the required type of management
or "reset" to reset all the energy meters. Press
to confirm your
selection and access to the menus to set the time period and the
seasonal periods. Exit the menus to go back to the main page using the
TO SELECT THE DIGITAL OUTPUT TYPE
key.
Select the required output type using the
and
keys, then
press
to enter in the relevant menu. You can choose among three
output types: pulse output, alarm output, diagnostic output.
TO ENABLE THE HARMONIC ANALYSIS ON THE PHASES
Select the time period using the
the analysis by means of the
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and
keys and enable/disable
key. To exit this menu, press the
Select the type of output using the
and
keys, then press
. Depending on the selection, the instrument will display a configu23
• Set on: on-set-point.
• Set off: off-set-point.
• Out: normally energized alarm (NE) or normally de-energized alarm
(ND).
• Delay: delay on alarm.
Confirm the selection by means of the
Pulse output
Select the type of energy to be coupled to the output, by entering the
menu "energy meter":
To exit any of these menus, press
key.
.
Diagnostics
and
Select the "diagnostic" parameter by means of the
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then press
keys,
.
The following energy types are available: consumed active energy (kWh
+), generated active energy (kWh -), consumed reactive energy (kvarh
+), generated reactive energy (kvarh -),
then select the output pulse number per kWh/kvar, by means of the
"pulse number" menu. To exit the menus type
.
TO SELECT THE ANALOGUE OUTPUTS
Alarms
Select the parameter to be set by means of the
then press
and
keys,
:
Select the output to be set by means of the
press
and
keys and
to enter the relevant menu.
Once you have selected the output, you will enter the menu where you
can set the relevant parameters.
• Variable: variable to be coupled to the alarm.
• Type: alarm type [UP alarm (UP) or DOWN alarm (DOWN), UP alarm
with latch (UP L), down alarm with latch (D.L.), down alarm with
disabling at power on (D. DO)].
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Use the
and
keys to scroll the parameters and
them. The parameters are the following:
to set
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ration window of the relevant parameters:
• Var: to select the variable to be coupled to the output.
• Min O: value expressed as % of the output range (0-20mA, 0-10V, etc.)
to be generated by the minimum measured value (Min In).
• Max O: value expressed as % of the output range (0-20mA, 0-10V,
etc.) to be generated in correspondence with the maximum measured
value (Max In).
• Min In: minimum value of the variable input range.
• Max In: maximum value of the variable input range.
.
To exit anyone of these menus, press
ous variables at 4 digits or 3 1/2 digits.
• Range, to set the operating range of the digital filter. The value is
expressed as % of the full scale value.
• Coefficient, to set the filtering coefficient of the instantaneous measurements. Increasing the value, also the stability and the settling time
of the measurements are increased.
Once any of the three parameters has been selected, set the desired
value by means of the
and
To exit the "Filter" menu, press
keys and confirm it with
.
.
TO SELECT THE SERIAL OUTPUT (RS485 ONLY)
confirm the selection with
keys and
.
Set the desired value and confirm it using the
The configurable variables are:
• Address of the instrument: 1 to 255.
• Baud rate: 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600 bauds.
• Parity: no parity, even parity and odd parity.
To exit the menu, press
and
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Select the variable to be set by means of the
key.
.
TO SELECT THE DIGITAL FILTER
Select the menu parameter using the
it with
and
keys and confirm
.
There are three available selections:
• Display, to select the display of the measurements of the instantane26
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The instrument can retransmit the current/power/energy that has been
measured according to the direction of the current that flows in the
primary/secondary of the connected current transformer (where available), as illustrated in the following figures:
(consumed power) the output current is 20mA.
Example 2: if the output signal is ±10VDC, the scaling parameters can
be set as follows:
"Min IN"= -100(kW), "Max IN"= 100(kW) therefore "Min O." must be
0.0(%) (0V) and "Max O." must be 100.0(%) (+10VCC), that is to say,
when the power is -100(kW), the output is -10V, when it is "0", the output
is 0V and when the power is 100kW the output voltage is +10VDC.
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USEFUL INFORMATION
It is very important to respect the polarity of the measuring inputs,
otherwise the instrument will not work properly. A wrong connection of the current inputs will not allow any retransmission of
signals from the output 0 to 20mA, 0 to 10V, etc.
However, it is possible to measure and retransmit currents/powers
according to the direction of their flow using correctly the parameters
"Min O./ Max O." and Min IN/ Max IN".
For example, it is necessary to measure a power up to 100kW considering that this power can be consumed or generated by the system:
Example 1:
If the output signal is 0-20 mA, the scaling parameters can be set as
follows:
"Min IN" must have a value of 0(kW) and "Max IN" of 100(kW), therefore
"Min O." is 50.0(%) (10mA) and "Max O." is 100.0(%) (20mA).
When the power is –100kW (generated power), the output is 0mA, when
the power is "0" the output current is 10mA and when the power is 100kW
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N∞
1st variable
00
selectable
selectable
selectable
selectable
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VL1-N
VL2-N
VL3-N
VL-N ∑
02
VL1
VL2
VL3
V∑
03
AL1
AL2
AL3
A∑
04
WL1
WL2
WL3
W∑
05
var L1
var L2
var L3
var ∑
06
VA L1
VA L2
VA L3
VA ∑
07
PF L1
PF L2
PF L3
PF ∑
08
VL1-N
AL1
PFL1
WL1
09
VL2-N
AL2
PFL2
WL2
10
VL3-N
AL3
PFL3
WL3
11
V∑
PF ∑
var ∑
W∑
12
A∑
PF ∑
Hz
W∑
13
A avg
VA avg
PF avg
W dmd
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MAX1
MAX2
MAX3
MAX4
15
MAX5
MAX6
MAX7
MAX8
16
MAX9
MAX10
MAX11
MAX12
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2nd variable 3rd variable 4th variable
N∞
1st variable
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MIN1
MIN2
MIN3
MIN4
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MIN5
MIN6
MIN7
MIN8
2nd variable 3rd variable 4th variable
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HYSTOGRAM FFT V1
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HYSTOGRAM FFT I1
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HYSTOGRAM FFT V2
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HYSTOGRAM FFT I2
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HYSTOGRAM FFT V3
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HYSTOGRAM FFT I3
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kWh + TOT
kWh - TOT
kWh + TOT
kWh - TOT
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kWh +
kWh -
kvarh +
kvarh -
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List of the display pages in case of connection to a system with 3
phases and neutral lines
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AVAILABLE MODULES:
Analogue output modules
20mADC)
(10VDC)
(±5mADC)
(±10mADC)
(±20mADC)
(±1VDC)
(±5VDC)
(±10VDC)
Single output
AO1026
AO1027
AO1028
AO1029
AO1030
AO1031
AO1032
AO1033
AO1058
Single relay output
AO1035
Dual
relay output
AO1059
Single open
collector output
AO1036
Dual open
collector output
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AO1050
AO1051
AO1052
AO1053
AO1054
AO1055
AO1056
AO1057
Digital output modules
(20mADC)
(10VDC)
(±5mADC)
(±10mADC)
(±20mADC)
(±1VDC)
(±5VDC)
(±10VDC)
Dual output
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AO1037
4 open collector
outputs
AQ1038
3 digital inputs
Power supply modules
AR1034
RS485 output
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Other input / output modules
AP1020
90 - 260 VAC/DC power supply
AR1039
RS232 + RTC output
AP1021
18 - 60 VAC/DC power supply
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