E54C3C

E54C3C
Installation Guide
Power Monitoring
TM
E54C3C
Installation Guide E54C3C
Specifications (cont.)
E54C3C
TM
Reactive Energy for x/1A Current Input
Real Energy for x/5A Current Input
Energy Meter, Modbus Communication
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
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Follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E in the USA, or applicable local codes.
This equipment must only be installed and serviced by qualified electrical personnel.
Read, understand and follow the instructions before installing this product.
Turn off all power supplying equipment before working on or inside the equipment.
Product may use multiple voltage/power sources. Disconnect ALL sources before
servicing.
Use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that power is off.
DO NOT DEPEND ON THIS PRODUCT FOR VOLTAGE INDICATION.
Current transformer secondaries must be shorted or connected to a burden at all times.
Products rated only for basic insulation must be installed on insulated conductors.
Replace all doors, covers and protective devices before powering the equipment.
Reactive Energy for x/5A Current Input
The E54C3C energy meter works on a on a single-phase, three-phase, or three-phase + neutral network with
partial metering and reset functions. The meter requires 1 Amp or 5 Amp current transformers. Data values are
instantly accessible using either the local display or the communications network. The E54C3C is equipped with
Modbus communication via RS-485. It provides four-quadrant energy measurements with one configurable
digital input, one configurable digital output, and up to four tariffs.
Important: COM.Protection is a mode that prevents changes to any meter setting related to energy
measurement, such as wiring configuration, through Modbus communication. This mode is enabled by default.
To allow configuration over Modbus, first disable COM.Protection via the configuration menu on the display.
Refer to the Configuration section of this guide.
Terminal Block Torque
NEMA ICS 1.1 (latest edition). Safety Guidelins for the Application, Installation, and Maintenance
of Solid-State Control or its equivalent in your specific country, language, and/or location.
NOTICE
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FCC PART 15 INFORMATION
NOTE: This equipment has been tested by the manufacturer and found to
comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
residential environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Modifications to this product without the express authorization of the
manufacturer nullify this statement.
For use in a Pollution Degree 2 or better environment only. A Pollution Degree 2 environment
must control conductive pollution and the possibility of condensation or high humidity.
Consider the enclosure, the correct use of ventilation, thermal properties of the equipment,
and the relationship with the environment. Installation category: CAT II or CAT III. Provide
a disconnect device to disconnect the meter from the supply source. Place this device in
close proximity to the equipment and within easy reach of the operator, and mark it as the
disconnecting device. The disconnecting device shall meet the relevant requirements of
IEC 60947-1 and IEC 60947-3 and shall be suitable for the application. In the US and Canada,
disconnecting fuse holders can be used. Provide overcurrent protection and disconecting
device for supply conductors with approved current limiting devices suitable for protecting the
wiring. If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection
provided by the device may be impaired.
9600, 19200, 38400
Isolation
4 kV RMS
Wire Size
24 to 14 AWG (0.2 to 2.5 mm2)
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Approvals
POWER SUPPLY
Measured Voltage
Frequency
Terminal Block Torque
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m)
-25 to 55 °C (-13 to 131 °F) (5% to 95% RH noncondensing)
-40 to 85 °C (-40 to 185 °F)
< 2000 m
Housing
100 to 277 VLN ; 173 to 480 VLL ± 20%
MID
50/60 Hz ± 10%
3 MΩ
CE; UL61010-1; IEC 61010-1; IEC62053-31
IP40 front panel, IP20 casing, pollution degree 2, IK08 impact
rating
2004/22/EC compliance
Not suitable for wet locations. For indoor use only.
24 to 14 AWG (0.2 to 2.5 mm2)
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m) max.
CURRENT INPUTS
Nominal Current
Measured Current
1 A or 5 A
5 mA to 6 A
Withstand
10 A continuous; 20 [email protected] sec/hr
Frequency
50/60 Hz ± 10%
Impedance
<0.3 mΩ
Burden
Wire Size
Terminal Block Torque
Dimensions
<0.024 VA @ 10 A
18 to 10 AWG (0.8 to 6 mm2)
7.0 in-lb (0.8 N-m) max.
3.4”
(87 mm)
1.8”
4.0”
(45 mm)
(102 mm)
DIGITAL INPUT
Type
This product is not intended for life or safety applications.
Do not install this product in hazardous or classified locations.
The installer is responsible for conformance to all applicable codes.
Mount this product inside a suitable fire and electrical enclosure.
Even, Odd, None
OPERATING CONDITIONS
Specifications
Wire Size
1For additional information about anticipated transmission delays or failures of the link, refer to
1
COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
LOSS OF CONTROL
∙ Assure that the system will reach a safe state during and after a control path failure.
∙ Separate or redundant control paths must be provided for critical control functions.
∙ Test the effect of transmission delays or failures of communication links.1
∙ Each implementation of equipment using communication links must be individually
and thoroughly tested for proper operation before placing it in service.
Failure to follow these instructions may cause injury, death or equipment damage.
Parity
Baud Rate
Altitude of Operation
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and
operation of this electrical equipment and installations, and has received safety
training to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.
NEC Article 100
No responsibility is assumed by Veris Industries for any consequences arising out of the
use of this material.
WARNING
Class 2 conforming to IEC 62053-23 and IEC 61557-12
(PMD Sx): Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, and Ist=0.015 A
MODBUS COMMUNICATION
Number of Ports
Voltage Impedance
Control system design must consider the potential failure modes of control paths and, for
certain critical control functions, provide a means to acheive a safe state during and after a
path failure. Examples of critical control functions are emergency stop and over-travel stop.
Class 0.5S conforming to IEC 62053-22 and IEC 61557-12
(PMD SD): Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, and Ist=0.005 A
Class C conforming to EN 50470-3: Imax=6 A, ln=5 A, Imin=0.05 A,
and Ist=0.005 A
Product Overview
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Class 2 conforming to IEC 62053-23 and IEC 61557-12
(PMD Sx): Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, and Ist=0.003 A
Maximum Input
Type 1 (IEC61131-2)
40 Vdc, 4 mA
Voltage Off
0 to 5 Vdc
Voltage On
11 to 40 Vdc
Nominal Voltage
Isolation
3.75 kV RMS
25 to 16 AWG (0.14 to 1.5 mm2)
3.5”
(90 mm)
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m) max.
2.7”
(69 mm)
DIGITAL OUTPUT
Type
SPST N.O. (Form A)
Maximum Input
5 to 40 Vdc, 50 mA
Output Resistance
Wire Size
Terminal Block Torque
ESC
24 Vdc
Wire Size
Terminal Block Torque
OK
2.5”
(64 mm)
0.1 to 50 Ω
25 to 16 AWG (0.14 to 1.5 mm2)
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m) max.
MEASUREMENT ACCURACY
Real Energy for x/1A Current Input
Class 1 conforming to IEC 62053-21 and IEC 61557-12
(PMD Sx): Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, and Ist=0.002 A
Class B conforming to EN 50470-3: Imax=1.2 A, ln=1 A, Imin=0.01
A, and Ist=0.002 A
*The CE mark indicates RoHS2 compliance. Please refer to the CE Declaration of
Conformity for additional details.
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TM
Product Diagram
Wiring
M
A
B
C
0V
C/- DI N.C.
L
K
C
DO N.C.
D
Installation Guide E54C3C
E
TM
For all terminals, apply the correct torque (see below).
O D0/- D1/+
RS485
V1, V2, V3, N
24 to 14 AWG (0.2 to 2.5 mm2)
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m) max.
DI, DO, C, C/-
25 to 16 AWG (0.14 to 1.5 mm )
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m) max.
I1, I2, I3
18 to 10 AWG (0.8 to 6 mm2)
7.0 in-lb (0.8 N-m) max.
Modbus RS-485
24 to 14 AWG (0.2 to 2.5 mm )
2
2
4.4 in-lb (0.5 N-m) max.
ON
5000
/kWh
Digital Input, Digital Output, and Communications Wiring
OK
V1
V2
V3
Vn
S1
(I1)
S2
N
ESC
Config
(I2)
S1
S2
Reset
S1
(I3)
Digital output wiring is not polarity sensitive.
ESC
OK
11 to 40 Vdc
S2
F
J
-
+
S
5 to 40 Vdc
-/+
0V
+/-
I
H
G
A. Digital input
B. Digital output
C. RS-485 communications port
D. Communications LED
E. Display for measurement and configuration
F. 1 A or 5 A current transformer input
G. Cancellation
H. Confirmation
I. Selection
J. Voltage inputs
K. Energy pulse LED (5000 flashes per kWh)
L. Status LED (on/off/error)
M. Locking points
N. Lockable covers
Modbus RS-485
D0 = A’ / Rx-, A / TxD0 = B’ / Rx+, B / Tx+
Load
0V
S
D0/- D0/+
RS-485
–
+
C
DIn
C
DOut
CT Wiring
Clearly label the device’s disconnect circuit mechanism and install it within easy reach of the operator. Use fuses/circuit
breakers that are rated for the installation voltage and sized for the available fault current. A fuse for neutral is required if the
source neutral is not grounded.
Installation
1. Disconnect power prior to the installation. Use a properly rated voltage sensing device to ensure power is off.
1 Phase
2. Install the meter onto standard DIN rail as shown.
1 Phase, 2-Wire, L-N (I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
(I2)
(I3)
1 Phase, 2-Wire, L-L Shorting
Block
S1
L
N
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
(I2)
Fuses and
Disconnect
S2
S1
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
3. Wire the meter (see the Wiring section).
S1
L
N
4. Reconnect power to the meter.
5. Configure the meter (see the Configuration section).
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(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
(I2)
Fuses and
Disconnect
S2
≤ 277 V L-N
≤ 480 V L-L
S2
L
N
(I3)
Shorting
Block
S2
≤ 277 V L-N
S2
S1
1 Phase, 4-Wire, Multi-L with N, 3 CTs
(I3)
Shorting
Block
S1
(I3)
Shorting
Block
S1
L1
L2
N
S2
≤ 480 V L-L
(I2)
(I2)
Fuses and
Disconnect
Click!
1 Phase, 4-Wire, Multi-L with N, 2 CTs (I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Shorting
Block
L1
L2
≤ 277 V L-N
1 Phase, 3-Wire, L-L-N
(I3)
S1
S1
S2
S1
S2
S2
≤ 277 V L-N
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Wiring (cont.)
TM
Configuration
3 Phase, 3 Wire
1 CT, Balanced Load (I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Installation Guide E54C3C
(I2)
(I3)
2 CT (I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
(I2)
3 CT
(I3)
TM
Initial Clock Setting
When the meter is first powered, set the date and time as shown.
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
(I2)
(I3)
ESC
Date & Time
Password
Shorting
Block
Fuses and
Disconnect
S1
L1
L2
L3
Fuses and
Disconnect
S2
S1
L1
L2
L3
≤ 480 V L-L
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
(I2)
2 VTs,* 2 CTs
(I3)
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
PT Primary Fuses and
Disconnect Switch
(I2)
(I3)
S2
S1
S2
Fuses and
Disconnect
(I2)
(I3)
Energy Pulse LED
Shorting
Block
PT Primary Fuses and
Disconnect Switch
S1
L1
L2
L3
S2
S1
S1
L1
L2
L3
S2
S2
S1
S2
S1
S2
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
(I3)
(I1)
Fuses and
Disconnect
(I2)
Shorting
Block
PT Primary Fuses and
Disconnect Switch
(I3)
(I2)
Fuses and
Disconnect
L1
L2
L3
N
≤ 277 V L-N
S2
(I2)
(I3)
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
(I2)
Shorting
Block
S1
S2
S1
L1
L2
L3
N
Green LED
S2
Off
Off
Meter is not powered
On
On for 1 sec, then off
Meter is on but is not counting pulses
On
Flashing
Meter is on and is counting pulses
Off
On
Internal error, counting is stopped
Flashing
Flashing
Abnormal operation, but meter is counting
The display screen is shown below.
B
(I1)
(I2)
Screen in
Normal
Mode
(I3)
Shorting
Block
L1
L2
L3
N
S1
A
Total Ea Import
C
1234.5
H
D
T1 23 Apr 2011 12:00 kWh
I
S2
S1
S2
S1
S2
E
Screen in
Configuration
Mode
* The terms “VT” (voltage transformer) and “PT” (potential transformer) are used interchangeably.
F
G
..\In. Pulse Const.
J
00500
Overriding!
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kWh
S2
Fuses and
Disconnect
S1
1234.5
> 2s
S2
S1
V1 V2 V3 Vn
S2
Total Active E
OK
Description
PT Primary Fuses and
Disconnect Switch
S1
Save Settings?
Config
≤ 277 V L-N
(I3)
Shorting
Block
OK
Enter the menu by pressing the ESC and OK buttons as shown:
3 VTs,* 2 CTs, Balanced Load 3 VTs,* 3 CTs
PT Primary Fuses and
Disconnect Switch
S1
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
S2
Date & Time
00:00
hh:mm
OK
Many features can be configured or adjusted while the meter is in service. The configuration menu shows how to enter each
mode and select the desired option.
3 CT
(I3)
Shorting
Block
S1
L1
L2
L3
N
S2
≤ 277 V L-N
V1 V2 V3 Vn
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Fuses and
Disconnect
3 VTs,* 1 CT, Balanced Load
L1
L2
L3
N
2 CT Shorting
Block
S1
L1
L2
L3
N
(I2)
DD-MM-YYYY
Configuration Mode
3 Phase, 4 Wire
1 CT, Balanced Load Time
01-Jan-2000
OK
LED Blink Codes
(I1)
V1 V2 V3 Vn
Shorting
Block
Date
Set?
OK
When power is interrupted, the date and time are reset. When power is restored, the LCD shows the screen used to set
the date and time. All other time changes (e.g. standard time to daylight savings time) are performed manually in the
configuration menu.
S2
2 VTs,* 3 CTs
PT Primary Fuses and
Disconnect Switch
S1
S2
S1
≤ 480 V L-L
≤ 480 V L-L
Shorting
Block
L1
L2
L3
S2
Shorting
Block
S1
L1
L2
L3
S2
S1
2 VTs,* 1 CT, Balanced Load
(I1)
Fuses and
Disconnect
Shorting
Block
0010
OK
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A. Measurement/Parameter
B. Ea/Er = active/reactive energy
C. Value/Setting
D. Active tariff
E. Scroll through screens or a list of options
F. Confirm entry or access more screens
G. Cancel and go back to previous screen
H. Date and time
I. Units
J. Configuration mode icon
K. Indicates that the setting affects multi‑tariffs
K
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Configuration (cont.)
TM
Installation Guide E54C3C
Multi-Tariff Feature
Configuration Menu
All parameters in the configuration menu are modified in one of two ways.
TM
The multi-tariff feature allows the meter to categorize energy consumption by peak times vs. off-peak times and by weekdays
vs. weekends. The following table illustrates how the tariffs operate according to the tariff selection (2, 3 or 4 tariffs). These
tariffs are stored in four different registers: T1, T2, T3, and T4.
1. Select a value from a pre-set list: use the down button to scroll through the parameter values until the desired value is
reached. Press OK to confirm the selected value.
2 Tariffs
2. Modify a numerical value: the digit on the far right is selected first. Use the down button to modify the selected digit.
Press OK to move to the next digit. Repeat for all available digits, then press OK to confirm the selected value.
T1
ESC
OK
ESC
Wiring\Type
OK
Wiring\CT
OK
Wiring
OK
CT & VT Ratio
OK
..\CT Secondary
Direct-NoPT
Wye(3PTs)
...
OK
..\VT Secondary
OK
5
1
..\VT Primary
OK
Frequency
OK
100
110
...
2 ...
0 - 99999
OK
Frequency
Frequency
OK
Date
OK
24 H
24 H
T1
CT & VT Ratio
OK
T3
Weekend
OK
1
T3
T2
Save settings?
1
T2
OK
1 CT on I1
2 CTs on I1, I3
...
..\CT Primary
T2
24 H
Save settings?
3PH4W
1PH2W L-N
...
T1
T2
ESC
ESC
Wiring\VT
4 Tariffs
T1
Weekday
To cancel the current entry, press the ESC button. This cancels the modification and the screen reverts to the last saved value.
A - Cancel and return to the
previous screen
B - Reset the settings to their
defaults, except for the
password, and restart the
meter.
Wiring
3 Tariffs
2 ...
T4
24 H
0 - 9999999
24 H
24 H
Save settings?
50
60
Date
OK
Date
OK
1
Save settings?
2 ...
DD-MM-YYYY
Time
OK
OK
Time
1
Troubleshooting
OK
Time
Save settings?
2 ...
hh:mm
Multi-Tariffs
OK
..\Control Mode
T3 Start = T1 Start
T4 Start = T2 Start
Disable
by Digital Input
by Communications
by Internal Clock
OK
..\Schedule
OK
OK
..\T1 Start
1
OK
..\T2 Start
1
2 ...
2 ...
Save settings?
..\Pick Up Value
1
Digital Output
..\Pulse Constant
OK
203
OK
..\Pulse Width
OK
204
100
200
...
205
..\DI Function
Input Status
Tariff Control
Partial Reset
Input Metering
Digital Input
OK
206
Save settings?
OK
..\In. Pulse Const.
1
OK
2 ...
207
1 - 99999
Communication
OK
Metering stops due to an EEPROM error. Press OK to
display total energy consumption.
Metering stops due to a lack of a calibration table. Press
OK to display total energy consumption.
Metering continues. Mismatch between frequency
settings and frequency measurements.
Metering continues. Mismatch between wiring settings
and wiring inputs.
Metering continues. Phase sequence reversed.
Save settings?
OK
0.01
0.1
...
OK
101
Restart the energy meter by powering off and powering on
again.
Enter configuration mode and implement Reset Config.
202
2 ...
..\DO Function
Disable
for Alarm
for Pulse
Digital Input
Push buttons do not function.
OK
0 - 9999999
Digital Output
-
201
OK
Overload Alarm
OK
Enable
OK
-
..\Alarm
Disable
..\Slave Address
OK
..\Baud Rate
OK
OK
..\Parity
Communication
OK
Solution
Check and adjust LCD contrast.
102
hh:mm
hh:mm
Description
LCD display is not visible.
OK
Save settings?
OK
by 2 Tariffs
by 3 Tariffs
...
Overload Alarm
Multi Tariffs
Code
Enter configuration mode and implement Reset Config.
Correct the frequency settings according to the nominal
frequency of the power system.
Correct the wiring settings according to the wiring inputs.
Check the wire connections and correct the wiring settings if
needed.
Check wire connections.
Metering continues. Total active energy negative due to
incorrect voltage and current conditions.
Metering continues. Date and Time have been reset due to Set the Date and Time.
a loss of power.
Metering continues. Pulse is missing due to overload on Check the energy pulse output settings.
energy pulse output.
Metering continues. Abnormal internal clock function.
Restart the energy meter by powering off and powering on
again then reset the date and time.
Save settings?
1
19200
38400
...
2 ...
1-247
Com.Protection
OK
Com.Protection
OK
Com.Protection
ODD
EVEN
NONE
OK
Save settings?
Enable
Disable
Contrast
OK
OK
Contrast
Contrast
OK
Password
OK
Save settings?
1
2
...
Password
OK
OK
Password
1
Save settings?
2 ...
1 - 9999
Reset Config
OK
Reset Config
OK
Confirm & Reboot?
After performing basic configuration, navigate to the real-time data screens and verify that the readings are correct.
The terms “VT” (voltage transformer) and “PT” (potential transformer) are used interchangeably.
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