操作手冊

操作手冊
Model 53U / 54U / 54UL /54UC Multi Power Monitor
PC CONFIGURATOR SOFTWARE
Model: 53UCFG Ver. 3.4
Users Manual
53UCFG USERS MANUAL EM-6485-C Rev.4
CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION....................................................................................4
1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION..................................................................................................4
1.2 PC REQUIREMENTS..........................................................................................................4
1.3 INSTALLING & DELETING THE PROGRAM.....................................................................6
2. BASIC OPERATIONS............................................................................7
2.1 STARTING THE 53UCFG...................................................................................................7
2.2 MODIFYING PARAMETERS..............................................................................................7
2.2.1 READING PARAMETERS FROM DEVICE (UPLOAD)...........................................8
2.2.2 MODIFYING PARAMETERS ON THE SCREEN....................................................9
2.2.3 WRITING PARAMETERS TO DEVICE (DOWNLOAD)...........................................9
2.3 PROTECTING PARAMETERS.........................................................................................10
2.4 SAVING FILES..................................................................................................................11
2.4.1 READING PARAMETERS SAVED AS FILE.........................................................11
2.4.2 SAVING PARAMETERS IN A FILE.......................................................................11
2.5 REPORT............................................................................................................................12
2.5.1 DISPLAYING PARAMETERS..................................................................................12
2.5.2 COMPARING PARAMETERS..................................................................................12
2.5.3 CSV FILE..................................................................................................................12
2.6 MONITORING MEASURED VALUES...............................................................................13
2.7 SWITCHING LANGUAGE.................................................................................................14
3. PARAMETER LIST..............................................................................15
4. BASIC PARAMETERS........................................................................21
4.1 MODEL..............................................................................................................................21
4.2 INPUT................................................................................................................................22
4.3 DEMAND UPDATE INTERVAL.........................................................................................22
5. FUNCTION PARAMETERS.................................................................23
5.1 ALARM..............................................................................................................................23
5.2 TARIFF..............................................................................................................................25
5.3 DISPLAY...........................................................................................................................26
5.3.1 LCD BACKLIGHT...................................................................................................26
5.3.2 DISPLAY................................................................................................................27
5.3.3 MY DEFAULT........................................................................................................28
5.4 PASSCODE.......................................................................................................................28
5.5 OTHER SETTINGS...........................................................................................................29
5.5.1 INPUT....................................................................................................................29
5.5.2 ENERGY................................................................................................................29
5.5.3 CALCULATION METHOD.....................................................................................30
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6. OPTION PARAMETERS......................................................................31
6.1 EXTENSION BAR.............................................................................................................31
6.2 ∑ DISPLAY........................................................................................................................32
6.3 DISPLAY...........................................................................................................................34
6.4 DISCRETE INPUT.............................................................................................................35
6.5 DISCRETE OUTPUT.........................................................................................................35
6.6 ENERGY...........................................................................................................................36
6.7 ANALOG OUTPUT............................................................................................................38
6.8 MODBUS...........................................................................................................................41
6.9 ADVANCED MODBUS SETTING.....................................................................................42
6.10 CC-Link..............................................................................................................................42
6.11 SHORT CUT......................................................................................................................42
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
M-System 53UCFG is used to program parameters for model 53U, 54U, 54UL or 54UC Multi Power Monitor (referred
hereunder as ‘device’). The following major functions are available:
• Edit parameters
• Download parameters to the device, upload parameters from the device
• Save parameters as files, read parameters from files
• Compare parameters edited on the screen with the ones stored in the device
1.2 PC REQUIREMENTS
The following PC performance is required for adequate operation of the software program.
PC
IBM PC compatible
OS
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista (32 bits)
The software may not function adequately in certain conditions.
CPU
Must meet the relevant Windows OS’ requirements.
Memory
Must meet the relevant Windows OS’ requirements.
Communication port
At least one COM port (COM1 through COM16) or LAN port is required.
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CONNECTING THE DEVICE TO THE PC
The RS-232C/RS-485 Converter (model: R2K-1 or LK1) or the Communication Adaptor (model: 72EM-M4) is used
to interface the device on the Modbus network to the PC.
In order to locally program the device, the non-isolated PC Configurator Cable (model: MCN-CON) is required to connect it to the PC. The RS-485 cable must be removed when the device is connected with the MCN-CON.
The 54U can be connected to the PC via the infrared port using the Infrared Communication Adaptor (model: COPIRU).
■ LOCAL CONNECTION
■ NETWORK CONNECTION (RS-485)
PC Configurator
Cable
(model: MCN-CON)
RS-232C
R2K-1 / LK1
Set individual node address to each device.
Modbus setting for all connected devices must be
identical (baud rate, parity, stop bit).
The RS-485 and the MCN-CON cannot operate
at once.
Analog output level is fixed while in the
communication mode.
RS-232C/RS-485
Converter
(model: R2K-1 or LK1)
Multi Power Monitor
AX
IN
RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
MCN-CON
Remove RS-485 cable (Modbus) from the device
when it is to be connected to the MCN-CON.
The RS-485 and the MCN-CON cannot operate at once.
With the analog output type, switch the device to
the communication mode before connecting the MCN-CON.
Analog output level is fixed while in the communication mode.
AX
IN
AX
IN
AX
IN
Multi Power Monitor
■ NETWORK CONNECTION (Ethernet)
72EM-M4 or 72EM2-M4
Setting multiple master stations (PCs) is possible with
Ethernet (Modbus TCP/IP) configuration, however,
only one (1) PC is allowed to communicate to the device
when programming it with the 53UCFG.
Accessing the device from multiple stations may cause
unexpected effects.
Ethernet
Set Modbus parameters for the devices as follows:
Node address: Individual number
Baud rate: 19200 bps or 38400 bps
identical to the 72EM-M4 settting
Parity: Odd
Stop bit: 1 bit
Communication Adaptor
(model: 72EM-M4 or 72EM2-M4)
ETHERNET
RUN
SEND
FIELD
CNFG
RS-485 (Modbus RTU)
AX
IN
AX
IN
AX
IN
Set the 72EM-M4 or 72EM2-M4 as follows:
RS-485 baud rate: See above
Read timeout: 500
Write timeout: 2000
Multi Power Monitor
■ LOCAL CONNECTION (infrared)
Multi Power Monitor
PC
COP-IRU
Switch the 54U, 54UL or 54UC to the infrared communication
mode before connecting the COP-IRU.
COP-IRU
Infrared
Communication
(max. 1 meter)
DO NOT set multiple devices to the infrared communication mode
at once.
Interference may cause unexpected results.
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1.3 INSTALLING & DELETING THE PROGRAM
INSTALL
The program is provided as compressed archive. Decompress the archive and execute ‘setup.exe’ to start up the
53UCFG installer program. Follow instructions on the Windows.
For Windows 2000/XP, log on as administrator to start installation.
For Windows Vista, log on as administrator but you still need to clarify your administrative right before proceeding.
When User Account Control window appears, choose ‘Allow.’
DELETE
Open Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs. Select the 53UCFG from the program list and click Delete button.
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2. BASIC OPERATIONS
2.1 STARTING THE 53UCFG
Open Program > M-System > Configurator > 53U, 54 Series to start up the 53UCFG on the Windows PC. The following window appears on the screen.
2.2 MODIFYING PARAMETERS
In order to modify parameters stored in the device, first (1) upload the device parameters, (2) modifying a part of or
all of them on the screen, and then (3) download the new parameters to the device.
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2.2.1 READING PARAMETERS FROM DEVICE (UPLOAD)
Clicking [Upload] opens the Connect dialog box.
In order to connect to the 53U with analog output type via the PC configuration cable, hold down [ IU ] button to
switch the device to the communication mode before starting uploading. The analog output are held, separated from
the actual input signals while in this mode.
In order to connect to the 54U or 54UL via the Infrared Communication Adaptor, hold down [ IU
the device to the infrared communication mode before starting uploading.
] button to switch
Modbus-RTU (RS-485 or local)
Specify the relevant device address. Specify also the COM
port and Modbus communication parameters depending upon
the network configuration and the device’s communication parameters.
Reference. 53U / 54U factory default setting.
Device address
1
Baud rate
38400
Parity bit
Odd
Stop bit
1 bit
Modbus-TCP (Ethernet)
Specify the IP address (Station address) and Service port
(Standard Modbus TCP port number is ‘502’).
Infrared
Specify the COM port.
Once all parameters confirmed, click [Connect] to start reading parameters stored in the connected device to show
them on the screen.
If an error message appears, confirm the hardware connection and network configuration and its parameters to
retry.
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2.2.2 MODIFYING PARAMETERS ON THE SCREEN
The initial window shows only basic parameters on the screen. Buttons such as [Alarm], [Energy] and [Advanced]
are used to go into more detailed settings for respective categories.
In the example shown below, the device input has been changed to: 3-phase/4-wire, unbalanced load, VT ratio
6600/110V, CT ratio 100/5A.
Choose from the menu options
or enter appropriate values.
Detailed description on each parameter and control button are given in the later pages of this manual.
2.2.3 WRITING PARAMETERS TO DEVICE (DOWNLOAD)
Clicking [Download] opens the Connect dialog box just as [Upload] button did. Specify the relevant device address.
Specify also the COM port and Modbus communication parameters depending upon the network configuration and
the device’s communication parameters.
Click [Connect] to start downloading new parameters.
When the Modbus register writing protection is activated, a dialog box requesting Modbus passcode entry will appear on the screen.
Once downloading begins, a bargraph appears on the screen to indicate
progress. When it disappears without any error messages, the new setting becomes valid.
Caution !
Modbus parameters are not enabled by downloading. The device must be restarted (power supply turned off and
on).
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2.3 PROTECTING PARAMETERS
This function is usable with Firmware Version 1.01 or later of the 53U, all available versions of the 54U, 54UL and
54UC.
In order to protect parameter changes by the front keys, Passcode (4-digit number) is used. It is also possible to lock
local key operations to go to Setting mode.
In order to protect parameter changes via Modbus (CONFIG port or RS-485), Modbus Register Writing Protection
Passcode is used. The code consists of 9-digit number.
Clicking [Protection] opens the Connect dialog box just as [Upload] button did. Specify the relevant device address.
Specify also the COM port and Modbus communication parameters depending upon the network configuration and
the device’s communication parameters.
Click [Connect] to open Protect Setting dialog box.
Modbus passcode is selectable between 1 and 999 999 999. In order to
change, enter the current passcode and new passcode (twice). If there is
no passcode setting or if you do not want to activate the protection, leave
relevant field blank. Click [OK].
Caution !
Once a passcode is set, no parameter changes via Modbus are available unless the correct passcode is entered.
BE SURE NOT TO FORGET the passcode.
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2.4 SAVING FILES
Parameter set on the screen can be saved as a file on the hard disk. A file can be called up on the screen. You can
store backup setting data by utilizing these functions in combination with [Upload] [Download] functions.
2.4.1 READING PARAMETERS SAVED AS FILE
Clicking [Open File] calls up the Windows-standard Open dialog box. Select a parameter file to show a stored parameter setting.
2.4.2 SAVING PARAMETERS IN A FILE
Clicking [Save File] calls up the Windows-standard Save As dialog box. Enter a desired file name to File Name field
and click [Save] to store a parameter setting.
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2.5 REPORT
2.5.1 DISPLAYING PARAMETERS
Clicking [Report] opens Parameter Report window showing all parameters presently edited on the screen.
2.5.2 COMPARING PARAMETERS
Parameters presently edited on the screen and those stored in the connected device or in a file can be compared
side by side.
Click [Device] in order to upload the parameters in the device, or [File] to upload those in a file. Parameters are
compared and listed on the screen side by side.
The rows showing differences between two sets of parameters are highlighted in red background. Cells for matching
parameters are filled in white, or light gray. Gray characters shows parameters not supported by the other one.
The total number of non-matching cases is mentioned in the bottom of the window frame.
2.5.3 CSV FILE
The parameter list can be exported as a CSV text format file for use in another application software such as Microsoft
Excel.
Click [Export Csv] button at the top left of the screen and go through standard Windows Save As procedure.
Input the file name and click [Save] button then the CSV file with the name is created. The CSV file format is in the
following:
- Each row for one parameter
- Each row (parameter) consists of 3 or 4 separated data
- Data is arranged in order of ‘Parameter group,’ ‘Parameter identification,’ ‘Parameter edited’ and ‘Parameter to
compare.’
If you have not uploaded a parameter set for comparing, ‘Parameter to compare’ is not exported.
[Example]
“Display” , “Operation mode” , “All key operations are available”
“Display” , “Data display view” , “0”
“Display” , “Energy display view” , “EP / Active energy, incoming”
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2.6 MONITORING MEASURED VALUES
All the measured values of a particular device can be displayed on the PC screen.
Clicking [Monitor] opens the Connect dialog box (See Figure in Section 2.2.3). Specify the relevant device address,
COM port and Modbus communication parameters and click [Connect].
Instantaneous & Demand values
Go to Utility Window
Device Information
Voltage/current vector chart
Energy values
Harmonic distortion values
Once the PC has started communicating with the connected device, display values are updated in approx. 0.5 second intervals.
DEVICE INFORMATION
Tag No.
Tag number
Modbus passcode
Modbus register writing protection status
Protection enabled : Modbus registers are write-protected.
Protection disabled : Modbus registers are not protected.
Not supported : This function is not supported.
Model
Model number
Serial
Serial number
Firmware version
Firmware version number
Support information
M-System’s support information
INSTANTANEOUS & DEMAND VALUES
[Real time], [Max] and [Min] tabs are selectable to switch the view between the instantaneous values, the maximum
values and the minimum values respectively.
ENERGY VALUES
[High tariff (peak) time] and [Low tariff (off-peak time)] tabs are selectable to switch the view.
HARMONIC DISTORTION VALUES
The left-bottom table shows the total harmonic distortion (THD) for each measurand. Clicking on a row in this table
switches the measurand displayed in the right-bottom table, where the detailed harmonic distortion values from 1st
to 31st are shown.
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UTILITY
Use Utility window to reset count values. The window shows three reset operation buttons: [Energy], [Max/Min],
[Demand], plus [Tag No.].
Energy
Reset all the energy counts to zero.
Max/Min
Reset all the maximum and minimum values to the present values.
Demand
Reset all the demand values to zero.
Tag No.
Open Tag Number Setting dialog box. Max. 16 characters.
2.7 SWITCHING LANGUAGE
Click [Language] to switch the display language between English and Japanese.
The program starts up in English mode as initial state when the OS is other than Japanese version. You can switch
to Japanese only when the OS supports Japanese language.
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3. PARAMETER LIST
Supported parameters depend upon model types. Supported ones are marked with ‘X’ in the following tables.
53U-1xx1 (Ver.1.02 or earlier)
53U-1xx1 (Ver.2.00 or later)
53U-1xx2
53U-1xx3
53U-1xx4
53U-1xx5
53U-1xx6
53U-1xx7
53U-1xx8
53U-1xx9
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Basic Parameters
System
X
VT ratio primary / secondary
X
VT bar 100%
X
CT ratio primary / secondary X
CT bar 100% X
Demand update interval, current X
Demand update interval, power X
Power ON delay time
X
Latching
X
Current alarm I1...I3
X
Neutral current alarm IN
X
Delta voltage alarm U12...U31
X
Phase voltage alarm U1N...U3N
X
Active power alarm P
X
Reactive power alarm Q
X
Apparent power alarm S
X
Power factor alarm PF
X
Frequency alarm F
X
Average current alarm I1...I3
X
Average neutral current alarm IN AVG
X
Average active power alarm P AVG
X
Average reactive power alarm Q AVG
X
Average apparent power alarm S AVG
X
Current THD alarm THDI1...THD13
X
Neutral current THD alarm THDIN
X
Delta voltage THD alarm THDU12...THDU31
X
Phase voltage THD alarm THDU1N...THDU3N
X
Phase angle between voltages alarm UT12...UT31
X
Tariff Tariff
Backlight operating mode
X
Backlight OFF timer
X
Backlight brightness
X
Backlight update rate
Data display view
X
Energy display view
X
Key operation lock
X
My default data display view
*1
Alarm
Display
Other
My default energy display view
My default, use preset timer
Low-end cutout voltage
Low-end cutout current
Energy tariff function
Power factor PF sign
Reactive power Q sign
Phase reactive power Qn
Apparent power S
*1. -1 setting (cyclic) not selectable
X
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53U-1xx9
53U-1xx8
53U-1xx7
53U-1xx6
53U-1xx5
53U-1xx4
53U-1xx3
53U-1xx2
53U-1xx1 (Ver.2.00 or later)
53U-1xx1 (Ver.1.02 or earlier)
Extension Bar
Current bar
Voltage bar
Active power bar
Reactive power bar
Apparent power bar
Power factor bar
Frequency bar
Total harmonic distortion bar
Phase angle between voltages bar
∑1, Line 1...3 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2
∑1, Line 4
∑2, Line 1...3 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2
∑2, Line 4
∑3, Line 1...3 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2
∑3, Line 4
∑4, Line 1...3 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2
∑4, Line 4
∑5, Line 1...4
∑6, Line 1...4
Input line indication
X X X X X X X X X X
Phase direction indication
X X X X X X X X X X
Power format
X X X X X X X X X
Di function
*3 X X
X X
Di
Di contact type
X X X
X X
Do 1 function, contact type, energy detail
X X
X X X X X X
Do 2 function, contact type, energy detail
X X X X
Do
Do 3 function, contact type, energy detail
X X
Do 4 function, contact type, energy detail
X
Ao 1 function, zero/span, linearization, I/O 0%/100%, table
X X X X X X
Ao 2 function, zero/span, linearization, I/O 0%/100%, table
X X X X X X
Ao
Ao 3 function, zero/span, linearization, I/O 0%/100%, table
X X
Ao 4 function, zero/span, linearization, I/O 0%/100%, table
X X
Device address
X X X X X X X X X X
Baud rate
X X X X X X X X X X
Parity bit
X X X X X X X X X X
Stop bit
X X X X X X X X X X
Long register
X X X X X X X X X X
Protocol operation timer
X X X X X X X X X X
Node
address
CC-Link
Transfer rate
Shortcut Clear alarm
X X X X X X X X X X
*2. Limit patterns are available.
*3. Clear alarm and Tariff switching are not available.
∑ View
Expression
Modbus
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54U-1xx6/A
54U-1xx5/9
54U-1xx4
54U-1xx3/8 (Ver.2.00 or later)
54U-1xx2/7 (Ver.2.00 or later)
54U-1xx1 (Ver.2.00 or later)
54U-1xx3 (Ver.1.03 or earlier)
54U-1xx2 (Ver.1.03 or earlier)
54U-1xx1 (Ver.1.03 or earlier)
Basic Parameters
System
*4 *4 *4
VT ratio primary / secondary
X X X
VT bar 100%
CT ratio primary / secondary X X X
CT bar 100% Demand update interval, current X X X
Demand update interval, power
X X X
Power ON delay time
X X X
Latching
X X X
Current alarm I1...I3
X X X
Neutral current alarm IN
Delta voltage alarm U12...U31
X X X
Phase voltage alarm U1N...U3N
X X X
Active power alarm P
X X X
Reactive power alarm Q
X X X
Apparent power alarm S
X X X
Power factor alarm PF
X X X
Frequency alarm F
X X X
Average current alarm I1...I3
X X X
Average neutral current alarm IN AVG
Average active power alarm P AVG
X X X
Average reactive power alarm Q AVG
X X X
Average apparent power alarm S AVG
X X X
Current THD alarm THDI1...THD13
X X X
Neutral current THD alarm THDIN
Delta voltage THD alarm THDU12...THDU31
X X X
Phase voltage THD alarm THDU1N...THDU3N
X X X
Phase angle between voltages alarm UT12...UT31
X X X
X X X
Tariff Tariff
Backlight operating mode
X X X
Backlight OFF timer
X X X
Backlight brightness
X X X
Backlight update rate
Data display view
X X X
Energy display view
X X X
Key operation lock
X X X
My default data display view
X X X
My default energy display view
X X X
My default, use preset timer
X X X
Low-end cutout voltage
X X X
Low-end cutout current
X X X
Energy tariff function
X X X
Power factor PF sign
X X X
Reactive power Q sign
X X X
Phase reactive power Qn
X X X
Apparent power S
X X X
*4. 3-phase / 4-wire not selectable
*4 *4 *4 *4 *4 *4
X X X X X X
Alarm
Display
Other
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54U-1xx6/A
54U-1xx5/9
54U-1xx4
54U-1xx3/8 (Ver.2.00 or later)
54U-1xx2/7 (Ver.2.00 or later)
54U-1xx1 (Ver.2.00 or later)
54U-1xx3 (Ver.1.03 or earlier)
54U-1xx2 (Ver.1.03 or earlier)
54U-1xx1 (Ver.1.03 or earlier)
Extension Bar
Current bar
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Voltage bar
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Active power bar
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Reactive power bar
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Apparent power bar
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Power factor bar
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Frequency bar
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Total harmonic distortion bar
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Phase angle between voltages bar
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∑1, Line 1...3
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∑1, Line 4
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∑2, Line 1...3
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∑5, Line 1...4
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∑6, Line 1...4
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Input line indication
Phase direction indication
Power format
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Di function
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Do 2 function, contact type, energy detail
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Do
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Do 4 function, contact type, energy detail
Ao 1 function, zero/span, linearization, I/O 0%/100%, table
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Ao 4 function, zero/span, linearization, I/O 0%/100%, table
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Parity bit
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Long register
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Protocol operation timer
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Node
address
CC-Link
Transfer rate
Shortcut Clear alarm
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*3. Clear alarm and Tariff switching are not available.
∑ View
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54U-2xx4
54U-2xx5/9
54U-2xx6/A
54UL-1xx1
54UL-1xx2
54UL-2xx1
54UL-2xx2
54UC-1xx1
54UC-1xx2
54UC-2xx1
54UC-2xx2
Other
54U-2xx3/8
Display
54U-2xx2/7
Alarm
54U-2xx1
Basic Parameters
System
VT ratio primary / secondary
VT bar 100%
CT ratio primary / secondary
CT bar 100%
Demand update interval, current
Demand update interval, power
Power ON delay time
Latching
Current alarm I1...I3
Neutral current alarm IN
Delta voltage alarm U12...U31
Phase voltage alarm U1N...U3N
Active power alarm P
Reactive power alarm Q
Apparent power alarm S
Power factor alarm PF
Frequency alarm F
Average current alarm I1...I3
Average neutral current alarm IN AVG
Average active power alarm P AVG
Average reactive power alarm Q AVG
Average apparent power alarm S AVG
Current THD alarm THDI1...THD13
Neutral current THD alarm THDIN
Delta voltage THD alarm THDU12...THDU31
Phase voltage THD alarm THDU1N...THDU3N
Phase angle between voltages alarm UT12...UT31
Tariff Tariff
Backlight operating mode
Backlight OFF timer
Backlight brightness
Backlight update rate
Data display view
Energy display view
Key operation lock
My default data display view
My default energy display view
My default, use preset timer
Low-end cutout voltage
Low-end cutout current
Energy tariff function
Power factor PF sign
Reactive power Q sign
Phase reactive power Qn
Apparent power S
*4. 3-phase / 4-wire not selectable
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54U-2xx3/8
54U-2xx4
54U-2xx5/9
54U-2xx6/A
54UL-1xx1
54UL-1xx2
54UL-2xx1
54UL-2xx2
54UC-1xx1
54UC-1xx2
54UC-2xx1
54UC-2xx2
Expression
54U-2xx2/7
∑ View
Do
54U-2xx1
Extension Bar
Di
Current bar
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Input line indication
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Ao 1 function, zero/span, linearization,
I/O 0%/100%, table
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Ao 2 function, zero/span, linearization,
I/O 0%/100%, table
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Ao 3 function, zero/span, linearization,
I/O 0%/100%, table
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Ao 4 function, zero/span, linearization,
I/O 0%/100%, table
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Ao
Modbus
CC-Link
Shortcut
Device address
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Baud rate
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Parity bit
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Stop bit
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Long register
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Protocol operation timer
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Node address
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Transfer rate
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Clear alarm
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4. BASIC PARAMETERS
The initial window when you start up the 53UCFG contains basic parameters as described below.
4.1 MODEL
Choose an appropriate device type to be configured on the 53UCFG.
Selection
53U-
1**1
Modbus, Do x1, Di x1
Ver.1.02 or earlier
Ver.2.00 or later
54U-
1**2
Ao 4-20mA x4
1**3
Ao 1-5V x4
1**4
Ao 4-20mA x2, Do x1, Di x1
1**5
Ao 1-5V x2, Do x1, Di x1
1**6
Ao 4-20mA x2, Do x2
1**7
Do 1-5V x2, Do x2
1**8
Modbus, Do x3
1**9
Do x4
1**1
Modbus, Do x1, Di x1
Ver.1.03 or earlier
Ver.2.00 or later
1**2/7
Ao 4-20mA x4, Di x1
1**3/8
Ao 1-5V x4, Do x1, Di x1
Ver.1.03 or earlier
Ver.2.00 or later
Ver.1.03 or earlier
Ver.2.00 or later
54UL-
1**4
Modbus, Do x2
1**5/9
Ao 4-20mA x4, Do x2
1**6/A
Ao 1-5V x4, Do x2
2**1
3P4W, Modbus, Do x1, Di x1
2**2/7
3P4W, Ao 4-20mA x4, Do x1, Di x1
2**3/8
3P4W, Ao 1-5V x4, Do x1, Di x1
2**4
3P4W, Modbus, Do x2
2**5/9
3P4W, Ao 4-20mA x4, Do x2
2**6/A
3P4W, Ao 1-5V x4, Do x2
1**1
LonWorks, Do x1, Di x1
1**2
LonWorks, Do x2
2**1
3P4W, LonWorks, Do x1, Di x1
2**2
3P4W, LonWorks, Do x2
54UC- 1**1
CC-Link, Do x1, Di x1
1**2
CC-Link, Do x2
2**1
CC-Link, Do x1, Di x1
2**2
CC-Link, Do x2
Note. For models with ‘External interface’ code 2 or 7, select the same device type. Do the same for models with
code 3 or 8, 5 or 9, and 6 or A.
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4.2 INPUT
SYSTEM
Choose an input wiring configuration from the following:
Selection / Range
System
Single-phase / 2-wire (1CT)
Single-phase / 3-wire (1CT)
3-phase / 3-wire, balanced load (1CT)
3-phase / 3-wire, unbalanced load (2CT)
3-phase / 4-wire, balanced load (1CT) *1
3-phase / 4-wire, unbalanced load (3CT) *1
3-phase / 3-wire, unbalanced load (3CT) *2 *1. Selectable for the 53U, the 54U-2 and 54UL-2
*2. Selectable for the 54U-2, 54UL-2 and 54UC-2
VOLTAGE
Enter VT’s primary and secondary and secondary ratings when an external voltage transformer (VT) is used. The
maximum selectable ratio is 400kV/50V, but both CT and VT ratios must be considered to satisfy the maximum
measurable power value of 2GVA.
‘Bar 100%’ value is applied as the full-scale bargraph range indicated on the left end of the LCD display and the fullscale vector chart range indicated on the monitor view. The 54U, 54UL and 54UC do not support this function. Use
‘Bar Setting.’
Selection / Range
Primary voltage
50V to 400000V
Secondary voltage
50V to 500V
Bar 100% voltage
50V to 400000V
CURRENT
Enter CT’s primary and secondary and secondary ratings when an external current transformer (CT) is used. The
maximum selectable ratio is 20kA/1A, but both CT and VT ratios must be considered to satisfy the maximum measurable power value of 2GVA.
‘Bar 100%’ value is applied as the full-scale bargraph range indicated on the left end of the LCD display and the fullscale vector chart range indicated on the monitor view. The 54U, 54UL and 54UC do not support this function. Use
‘Bar Setting.’
Selection / Range
Primary current
1A to 20000A
Secondary current
1A to 5A
Bar 100% current
1A to 20000A
4.3 DEMAND UPDATE INTERVAL
CURRENT & POWER
Choose how you want to update demand (average) values for the current and the power signals.
Selection / Range
Internal timer
Demand values are calculated automatically by the internal timer (clock). Specify in
minutes.
Discrete input
Demand values are calculated when a contact input is supplied to the device’s discrete
input terminals.
Caution !
With ‘Discrete input’ setting, demand values are automatically updated if there is no contact input for 100 minutes.
Be sure to set also ‘Update demand value’ for ‘Discrete input function’ as explained in Section 3.3.
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5. FUNCTION PARAMETERS
When you click various control buttons under ‘Function’ on the initial window of the 53UCFG, you can go to detailed
setting.
5.1 ALARM
18 groups of measurands are available for alarm. Each alarm can have High and Low setpoints, enabled or disabled
respectively.
■ ALARM OUTPUT SETTING
ID
DEFINITION
LOW SETPOINT
HIGH SETPOINT
UNIT
I1-3
IN
Current, Line 1 thr. Line 3
0.000
20 000.000
A
Neutral current
0.000
20 000.000
A
U12-31
Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
0.00
400 000.00
V
U1N-3N
Phase voltage, Phase 1 thr. Phase 3
0.00
400 000.00
V
P
Active power
-2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
W
Q
Reactive power
-2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
var
S
Apparent power
0
2 000 000 000
VA
PF
Power factor
-1.0000
1.0000
cos ø *2
F
Frequency
45.00
65.00
Hz
I1-3 AVG
Average current, Line 1 thr. Line 3 (demand)
0.000
20 000.000
A
IN AVG
Average neutral current (demand)
0.000
20 000.000
A
P AVG
Average active power (demand)
-2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
W
Q AVG
Average reactive power (demand)
-2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
var
S AVG
Average apparent power (demand)
0
2 000 000 000
VA
THDI1-3
THD, Current, Line 1 thr. Line 3
0.0
999.9
%
THDIN
THD, Neutral current
0.0
999.9
%
THDU12-31
THD, Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
0.0
999.9
%
THDU1N-3N
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 1 thr. Phase 3
0.0
999.9
%
UT12-31
Phase angle between voltages, Phase 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
-180
180
°*4
DEVICE*1
53U, 54U-2, 54UL-2, 54UC-2
53U, 54U-2, 54UL-2, 54UC-2
53U, 54U-2, 54UL-2, 54UC-2
54U, 54UL, 53U*3, 54UC
*1. Function available for specific models.
*2. Indicated PF on the 53U
*3. Firmware Ver.2.00 or later
*4. No unit indication on the module
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POWER ON DELAY TIME
Specify a time delay for the alarm to start functioning after the power is turned on. The time is counted up from
the moment when the device starts measuring in approx. 2 seconds after all display segments are turned on at the
startup.
Selection / Range
Power ON delay time
0 to 999 seconds
LATCHING
Check ‘Latching’ if you do not want to automatically reset an alarm once the measured value is out of the alarm range.
In order to reset, (1) reset through network by Modbus command, (2) Remove the ‘Check’ mark of this setting, or (3)
turn off the power supply to the device.
HIGH SETPOINT / LOW SETPOINT
Refer to the above table for the selectable ranges for respective measurand. High alarm is triggered when the measured value goes above the High setpoint, while Low alarm is triggered when it goes below the Low setpoint.
HYSTERESIS (DEADBAND)
Hysteresis is selectable for each alarm from 0.0 to 99.9%. Relationships between the set value in % and actual
process value are indicated in the table below. 0% hysteresis equals to 0 in engineering unit unless otherwise mentioned.
■ HYSTERESIS
ID
DEFINITION
I1-3
Current, Line 1 thr. Line 3
IN
Neutral current
U12-31
Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
U1N-3N
Phase voltage, Phase 1 thr. Phase 3
P
Active power
Q
Reactive power
S
Apparent power
PF
Power factor
F
Frequency
I1-3 AVG
Average current, Line 1 thr. Line 3 (demand)
IN AVG
Average neutral current (demand)
P AVG
Average active power (demand)
Q AVG
Average reactive power (demand)
S AVG
Average apparent power (demand)
THDI1-3
THD, Current, Line 1 thr. Line 3
THDIN
THD, Neutral current
THDU12-31 THD, Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
THDU1N-3N THD, Phase voltage, Phase 1 thr. Phase 3
UT12-31
Phase angle between voltages, Phase 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
HYSTERESIS AT 100%
CT primary rating
CT primary rating
VT primary rating
VT primary rating
CT primary rating x VT primary rating
CT primary rating x VT primary rating
CT primary rating x VT primary rating
1.0000
65.00 (45.00 at 0%)
CT primary rating
CT primary rating
CT primary rating x VT primary rating
CT primary rating x VT primary rating
CT primary rating x VT primary rating
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
360
UNIT
A
A
V
V
W
var
VA
cos ϕ
Hz
A
A
W
var
VA
%
%
%
%
°
ON DELAY
Specify a time delay for the alarm to be triggered after the measured value is out of the normal range.
Selection / Range
ON delay time
0 to 999 seconds
OUTPUT
Specify where you want to output each alarm.
Selection
Disable
No alarm output is provided.
Display
ALARM indicator is activated but no discrete signal output is provided.
Display + Do 1...Do 4
ALARM indicator is activated plus a discrete signal output is provided.
Caution !
With ‘Display + Do x’ setting, be sure to set also ‘Alarm status’ for ‘Discrete output function’ as explained in Section
3.4. Otherwise no contact output is actually provided.
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5.2 TARIFF
Choose one of the two energy counters. This setting is valid only when ‘Tariff function’ under ‘Advanced’ setting (See
Section 4.6) is set to ‘Enable.’ When that is set to ‘Disable,’ this setting is invalid, and then the High tariff (peak time)
counter is always used.
Selection
Tariff
High tariff (peak time)
Low tariff (off-peak time)
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5.3 DISPLAY
5.3.1 LCD BACKLIGHT
OPERATION MODE
Specify when you want to maintain the backlight continuously on or not.
Selection
Auto
Backlight turns on when keys are touched, when an alarm is triggered, or in a system
error status. After the device is operated, it automatically turns off after ‘Off timer’ time
has been elapsed.
On
Continuously on.
Off
Continuously off except when an alarm is triggered or in a system error status.
OFF TIMER
Specify the time duration to maintain the backlight turned on after the device is operated.
Selection / Range
Off timer
1 to 999 seconds
UPDATE RATE
Specify the time rate in which measurands are updated on the display. With ‘0,’ the display is updated in the maximum possible rate.
This setting is irrelevant for the display’s flashing in case of alarms.
Selection / Range
Update rate
0 to 60 seconds
BRIGHTNESS
Three levels of brightness can be selected using the sliding bar on the screen.
Selection
Left
Dark
Center
Normal
Right
Bright
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5.3.2 DISPLAY
DATA DISPLAY VIEW
Specify which measuring variable you want to show on the 1st to 3rd line data displays. Enter the view number described in the flowchart in the 53U instruction manual (EM-6485-B).
ENERGY DISPLAY VIEW
Specify which energy variable you want to show on the 4th line energy display.
Selection
Energy display view
EP / Active energy, incoming
EQ / Reactive energy, lag
ES / Apparent energy
EP– / Active energy, outgoing
EQ– / Reactive energy, lead
EQ+LAG / Reactive energy, lag, incoming
EQ+ LEAD / Reactive energy, lead, incoming
EQ–LAG / Reactive energy, lag, outgoing
EQ–LEAD / Reactive energy, lead, outgoing
EQ+P / Reactive energy, incoming *1
EQ–P / Reactive energy, outgoing *1
EPA / Active energy, (incoming – outgoing) *1
EQA / Reactive energy, (incoming + outgoing) *1
TIMER / Energy count time
L-EP / Active energy, incoming, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ / Reactive energy, lag, off-peak (low tariff)
L-ES / Apparent energy, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EP– / Active energy, outgoing, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ– / Reactive energy, lead, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ+LAG / Reactive energy, lag, incoming, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ+LEAD / Reactive energy, lead, incoming, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ–LAG / Reactive energy, lag, outgoing, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ–LEAD / Reactive energy, lead, outgoing, off-peak (low tariff)
L-EQ+P / Reactive energy, incoming (low tariff) *1
L-EQ–P / Reactive energy, outgoing (low tariff) *1
L-EPA / Active energy, (incoming – outgoing) (low tariff) *1
L-EQA / Reactive energy, (incoming + outgoing) (low tariff) *1
L-TIMER / Energy count time, off-peak (low tariff)
*1. Available for the 53U and 54U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, and all versions of the 54UL and 54UC
Choose ‘k’ if you want to add ‘k’ to the engineering unit indication. When the energy count time is specified, the unit
is fixed at ‘h.’
KEY OPERATION LOCK
You can prohibit the device from unwanted operating and/or unauthorized programming changes.
Selection
All key operations are available.
All key operations are locked.
All keys locked except the operation to go to the infrared communication mode
with the 54U, 54UL and 54UC.
Lock the key operation to
go to Setting mode only
Key function to enter the programming mode (keep pressing E PRG key) is disabled. All other key operations to switch display views are available.
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5.3.3 MY DEFAULT
You can choose a specific view to which the display always returns after a specified time while keys are untouched,
or with single button control (hold down ∑ button).
The ∑ display automatically switches every 10 seconds from ∑1 through ∑4 (53U) or through ∑6 (54U) when this is set
to ‘-1.’ (Available for the 53U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, all versions of the 54U, 54UL and 54UC)
DATA DISPLAY VIEW & ENERGY DISPLAY VIEW
Specify the display view No. and the energy display type you want to return to.
USE PRESET TIMER
When you choose this selection, you can specify the time to return to My Default view if key are untouched.
Selection / Range
Use preset timer
1 to 999 seconds
5.4 PASSCODE
4-digit passcode is needed to enter the programming mode when you use the front keys. Type in 4-digit number
once and twice for confirmation and click OK.
Selection / Range
Passcode
0000 to 9999
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5.5 OTHER SETTINGS
5.5.1 INPUT
LOW-END CUTOUT (VOLTAGE & CURRENT)
Specify voltage/current low-end cutout values in %. Actual cutout voltage/current are calculated from the CT/VT’s
primary rating by the following equations:
Low-end cutout current = Setting in % x CT’s primary rating
Low-end cutout voltage = Setting in % x VT’s primary rating
When the input signal goes below the calculated values, ‘0’ is supplied as the input, discarding the actual input signal.
For the voltage, the setting is applied to Phase voltage (line-to-neutral) except for 3-phase/3-wire system, to Delta
voltage (line-to-line).
FREQUENCY INPUT
Specify either voltage or current to monitor AC frequency.
Selection
I1
I1 current
U1N
U1 voltage
5.5.2 ENERGY
ENABLE / DISABLE TARIFF FUNCTION
Specify to enable or disable the tariff switching function. When enabled, two energy counters are switcheable at any
specific timing.
Selection
Tariff function
Disable
Enable
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5.5.3 CALCULATION METHOD
POWER FACTOR PF SIGN
Selection
Standard (IEC)
Positive in incoming active power, Negative in outgoing active power.
IEEE
Positive in LAG (inductive), Negative in LEAD (capacitive)
REACTIVE POWER Q SIGN
Selection
Standard (IEC)
Positive from [PF = 1.0] to 180° in LAG direction; Negative for the other direction.
Inverted when outgoing (Special) Identical to IEC method in incoming power; Positive-negative inverted in outgoing power.
PHASE REACTIVE POWER Qn
Selection
Standard (Vector S-P)
Qn = √ Sn2 – Pn2
Nsmp
1
Reactive power method (Sigma UI)
Qn = –––––– ∑ (Uni – Nui) I i + (Nsmp / 4)
Nsmp i = 1
APPARENT POWER S
Selection
Standard (Vector P+Q)
S = √ P2 + Q2
Sum (S1+S2+S3)
S = S1 + S2 + S3
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6. OPTION PARAMETERS
When you click various control buttons under ‘Option’ on the initial window of the 53UCFG, you can go to detailed
setting.
6.1 EXTENSION BAR
This option is available for the 54U, 54UL and 54UC.
The measurand on the first line of the display is also on the bargraph. The following nine (9) parameters are selectable.
■ EXTENSION BAR SETTING
ID
DEFINITION
I
Current
U
Voltage
P
Active power
Q
Reactive power
S
Apparent power
PF
Power factor
F
Frequency
THD
Total harmonic distortion
PHASE DIF Phase angle between voltages
*1. Indicated PF on the 53U
*2. No unit indication on the module
100% RANGE VALUE
0% RANGE VALUE
UNIT
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
0.000
20 000.000 0.000
20 000.000
A
0.00
400 000.00
0.00
400 000.00
V
0 2 000 000 000 -2 000 000 000 2 000 000 000
W
0 2 000 000 000 -2 000 000 000 2 000 000 000
var
0 2 000 000 000
0 2 000 000 000
VA
0.0000
1.0000
-1.0000
1.0000 cos ø*1
45.00
65.00
45.00
65.00
Hz
0.0
999.9
0.0
999.9
%
0
180
-180
180
°*2
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6.2 ∑ DISPLAY
This option is available for the 53U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, and all versions of the 54U, 54UL and 54UC.
53U
■ 53U : ∑ VIEW MEASURANDS & SELECTABLE POSITIONS (lines, X = selectable)
ID
PARAMETER
NULL
Undefined
I
Current
U
Voltage
P
Active power
Q
Reactive power
S
Apparent power
PF
Power factor
F
Frequency
UNIT
LINE 1 LINE 2 LINE 3
----
X
X
X
A
X
V
X
W
X
var
X
VA
X
PF
X
Hz
X
Four (4) ∑ views are available. The following options are selectable for Line 1 through Line 3 of each view.
54U, 54UL and 54UC
Six (6) ∑ views are available. The following options are freely selectable for Line 1 through Line 3 of each view.
Energy and Count Time is selectable for only Line 4.
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■ 54U, 54UL and 54UC : ∑ VIEW MEASURANDS
ID
PARAMETER
NULL
Undefined
I
Current
U
Voltage
P
Active power
Q
Reactive power
S
Apparent power
PF
Power factor
F
Frequency
I1
Current, Line 1
I2
Current, Line 2
I3
Current, Line 3
IN
Current, Neutral *1
U12
Delta voltage, 1 – 2
U23
Delta voltage, 2 – 3
U31
Delta voltage, 3 – 1
U1N
Phase voltage, Phase 1
U2N
Phase voltage, Phase 2
U3N
Phase voltage, Phase 3
P1
Active power, Phase 1
P2
Active power, Phase 2
P3
Active power, Phase 3
Q1
Reactive power, Phase 1
Q2
Reactive power, Phase 2
Q3
Reactive power, Phase 3
S1
Apparent power, Phase 1
S2
Apparent power, Phase 2
S3
Apparent power, Phase 3
PF1
Power factor, Phase 1
PF2
Power factor, Phase 2
PF3
Power factor, Phase 3
THDI1
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 1
THDI2
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 2
THDI3
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 3
THDIN
Total harmonic distortion, Neutral *1
THDU12
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 1 – 2
THDU23
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 2 – 3
THDU31
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 3 – 1
THDU1N
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion, Phase 1
THDU2N
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion, Phase 2
THDU3N
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion, Phase 3
UT12
Phase angle between Phase 1 – 2 voltages
UT23
Phase angle between Phase 2 – 3 voltages
UT31
Phase angle between Phase 3 – 1 voltages
EP
Active energy, high tariff, incoming
EQ
Reactive energy, high tariff, LAG
ES
Apparent energy, high tariff
EP–
Active energy, high tariff, outgoing
EQ–
Reactive energy, high tariff, LEAD
EQ+LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming, LAG
EQ+LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming, LEAD
EQ–LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing, LAG
EQ–LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing, LEAD
TIMER
Energy count time, high tariff
L-EP
Active energy, low tariff, incoming
L-EQ
Reactive energy, low tariff, LAG
L-ES
Apparent energy, low tariff
L-EP–
Active energy, low tariff, outgoing
L-EQ–
Reactive energy, low tariff, LEAD
L-EQ+LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming, LAG
L-EQ+LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming, LEAD
L-EQ–LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing, LAG
L-EQ–LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing, LEAD
L-TIMER
Energy count time, low tariff
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ID
PARAMETER
EQ+P
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming *2
EQ–P
Reactive energy, high tariff, ongoing *2
EPA
Active energy, high tariff, (incoming – outgoing) *2
EQA
Reactive energy, high tariff, (incoming + outgoing) *2
L-EQ+P
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming *2
L-EQ–P
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing *2
L-EPA
Active energy, low tariff, (incoming – outgoing) *2
L-EQA
Reactive energy, low tariff, (incoming + outgoing) *2
*1. Available for the 54U-2, 54UL-2 and 54UC-2
*2. Available for the 54U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, and all versions of the 54UL and 54UC
6.3 DISPLAY
INPUT LINE INDICATION
Selection
1 - 2 - 3
R - S - T
PHASE DIRECTION INDICATION
Selection
inductive / capacitive
LAG / LEAD
POWER FORMAT
Selection
Use k if power <= 9999
0.0000k ... 9.999k
No use k if power <= 99990 ... 9999 (10.00k at 10 000)
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6.4 DISCRETE INPUT
FUNCTION
Specify which function you want to assign for the device’s discrete input terminals.
Selection
No function
Undefined
Update demand value
Reset energy count
Reset alarm
Switch tariff
CONTACT TYPE
Selection
Normal open
Normal closed
6.5 DISCRETE OUTPUT
FUNCTION
Specify which function you want to assign for the device’s discrete output terminals Do 1 ... Do 4. You cannot assign
those which are not provided as hardware.
Selection
No function
Undefined
Energy count
Alarm status
CONTACT TYPE
Selection
Normal open
Normal closed
ENERGY DETAIL
Clicking [Energy] button opens detailed energy setting window. (See Section 6.6)
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6.6 ENERGY
Define energy count parameters for pulse output. In order to have an energy count output, be sure to set ‘Discrete
output function’ to ‘Energy count’ as explained in Section 6.5.
ENERGY COUNT
Specify which energy parameter you want to supply to the pulse count output. Choose from the tables below and in
the following page.
PULSE WEIGHT
Specify how much energy value corresponds to one pulse.
Selection / Range
Pulse weight
0.1 to 10000.0 k (Wh/varh/VAh)
PULSE DURATION
Specify the output pulse width appropriate for a receiving instrument.
Selection / Range
Pulse duration
100 to 2000 milliseconds (in 100 msec. increments)
■ 53U Firmware Ver.1.02 or earlier & 54U Firmware Ver.1.03 or earlier : ENERGY COUNT
ID
PARAMETER
EP
Active energy, incoming
EQ
Reactive energy, LAG
ES
Apparent energy
EP–
Active energy, outgoing
EQ–
Reactive energy, LEAD
EQ+LAG
Reactive energy, incoming, LAG
EQ+LEAD
Reactive energy, incoming, LEAD
EQ–LAG
Reactive energy, outgoing, LAG
EQ–LEAD
Reactive energy, outgoing, LEAD
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■ 53U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, 54U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, and all versions of 54UL and 54UC : ENERGY COUNT
ID
PARAMETER
T-EP
Active energy, incoming
T-EQ
Reactive energy, LAG
T-ES
Apparent energy
T-EP–
Active energy, outgoing
T-EQ–
Reactive energy, LEAD
T-EQ+LAG
Reactive energy, incoming, LAG
T-EQ+LEAD
Reactive energy, incoming, LEAD
T-EQ–LAG
Reactive energy, outgoing, LAG
T-EQ–LEAD
Reactive energy, outgoing, LEAD
T-EQ+P
Reactive energy, incoming
T-EQ–P
Reactive energy, outgoing
T-EPA
Active energy, (incoming – outgoing)
T-EQA
Reactive energy, (incoming + outgoing)
EP
Active energy, high tariff, incoming
EQ
Reactive energy, high tariff, LAG
ES
Apparent energy, high tariff
EP–
Active energy, high tariff, outgoing
EQ–
Reactive energy, high tariff, LEAD
EQ+LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming, LAG
EQ+LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming, LEAD
EQ–LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing, LAG
EQ–LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing, LEAD
EQ+P
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming
EQ–P
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing
EPA
Active energy, high tariff, (incoming – outgoing)
EQA
Reactive energy, high tariff, (incoming + outgoing)
L-EP
Active energy, low tariff, incomin
L-EQ
Reactive energy, low tariff, LAG
L-ES
Apparent energy, low tariff
L-EP–
Active energy, low tariff, outgoing
L-EQ–
Reactive energy, low tariff, LEAD
L-EQ+LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming, LAG
L-EQ+LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming, LEAD
L-EQ–LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing, LAG
L-EQ–LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing, LEAD
L-EQ+P
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming
L-EQ–P
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing
L-EPA
Active energy, low tariff, (incoming – outgoing)
L-EQA
Reactive energy, low tariff, (incoming + outgoing)
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6.7 ANALOG OUTPUT
Specify which function you want to assign for the device’s analog output terminals Ao 1 ... Ao 4. You cannot assign
those which are not provided as hardware.
You can conduct fine adjustments, set scaling and linearization table for each assigned output.
INPUT
Choose measurand from the table below.
■ PARAMETERS TO BE ASSIGNED TO ANALOG OUTPUTS
ID
DEFINITION
NO ASSIGN Not assigned *2
I
Current
U
Voltage
P
Active power
Q
Reactive power
S
Apparent power
PF
Power factor
F
Frequency
I1
Current, Line 1
I2
Current, Line 2
I3
Current, Line 3
IN *3
Neutral current
U12
Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2
U23
Delta voltage, Line 2 – 3
U31
Delta voltage, Line 3 – 1
U1N
Phase voltage, Phase 1
U2N
Phase voltage, Phase 2
U3N
Phase voltage, Phase 3
P1
Active power, Phase 1
P2
Active power, Phase 2
P3
Active power, Phase 3
Q1
Reactive power, Phase 1
Q2
Reactive power, Phase 2
Q3
Reactive power, Phase 3
S1
Apparent power, Phase 1
S2
Apparent power, Phase 2
S3
Apparent power, Phase 3
PF1
Power factor, Phase 1
PF2
Power factor, Phase 2
PF3
Power factor, Phase 3
RANGE (0 to 100%)
0 to CT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
0 to (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
-1.0000 to + 1.0000
45.00 to 65.00
0 to CT primary rating
0 to CT primary rating
0 to CT primary rating
0 to CT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
0 to VT primary rating
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
± (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
0 to (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
0 to (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
0 to (VT primary rating × CT primary rating × n) *1
-1.0000 to + 1.0000
-1.0000 to + 1.0000
-1.0000 to + 1.0000
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ID
THDI1
THDI2
THDI3
THDIN *3
THDU12
THDU23
THDU31
THDU1N
THDU2N
THDU3N
T-Q
DEFINITION
THD, Current, Line 1
THD, Current, Line 2
THD, Current, Line 3
THD, Neutral current
THD, Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2
THD, Delta voltage, Line 2 – 3
THD, Delta voltage, Line 3 – 1
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 1
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 2
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 3
Reactive power for bidirectional current
RANGE (0 to 100%)
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
0.0 to 100.0
Qmax = (CT primary rating) × (VT primary rating) × n *1
0 (75%)
INCOMING
LEAD
LAG
Qmax
(100%)
Qmax
(50%)
Qmax
LAG
LEAD
OUTGOING
(0%)
0 (25%)
T-PF
Power factor for bidirectional current
1.0000 (75%)
INCOMING
LEAD
LAG
0.0000
(100%)
0.0000
(50%)
0.0000
LAG
LEAD
OUTGOING
(0%)
-1.0000 (25%)
*1. Single-phase/2-wire: n = 1, Single-phase/3-wire: n = 2, Three-phase/3-wire: n = 3 / √ 3 , Three-phase/4-wire: n = 3
*2. When an output is re-assigned to ‘Not Assigned’ during measuring, the output value is held until the power supply is turned off.
*3. Available for the 53U Firmware Ver.2.00 or later, and all versions of the 54U-2, 54UL-2 and 54UC-2
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ADJUST ZERO / ADJUST SPAN
Analog output can be finely calibrated using Adjust Zero and Adjust Span by the following equation:
Analog Output
= (Output Value – Analog 0%) x Adjust Fine + Analog 0% + [ Adjust Zero x (Analog 100% – Analog 0%)]
Where
Analog 0% = 4mA or 1V
Analog 100% = 20mA or 5V
Adjust Zero, Adjust Span 100.00% = 1.0000
Zero is adjustable within ±5%, while Span is adjustable from 95.00 to 105.00%.
LINEARIZER
Specify whether the output is proportional to the input or to be linearized. When ‘Table’ is selected, the segment data
is specified with Table X[0] ... Table X[9] and Table Y[0] ... Table Y[9].
Selection / Range
Linear
Proportional to the input
Table
Linearized output
INPUT 0% / OUTPUT 0% / INPUT 100% / OUTPUT 100%
When ‘Linear’ is selected with ‘Linearizer,’ the output range is scaled using these parameters.
Input – Input 0%
Output = –––––––––––––––––––– x (Output 100% – Output 0%) + Output 0%
Input 100% – Input 0%
[Note] Input value in engineering unit is first converted into percentage of the full-scale range before provided to the above equation.
Input 0% and Input 100% are selectable from -15.00 to 140.00%.
Output 0% and Output 100% is selectable from 1.60 to 22.40mA (4 to 20 mA range), or from 0.400 to 5.600V (1 to
5V range).
TABLE X[0] ... TABLE X[9] / TABLE Y[0] ... TABLE Y[9]
When ‘Table’ is selected with ‘Linearizer,’ the segment data table must be set.
Table consists of ten (10) pairs of X (input) and Y (output) values. When the input is equal to X[n], Y[n] is provided
as output.
When the input is between X[n–1] and X[n], the output is provided by the following equation.
Input – Table X[n–1]
Output = ––––––––––––––––––––––– x (Table Y[n] – Table Y[n–1]) + Table Y[n–1]
Table X[n] – Table X[n–1]
[Note] Input value in engineering unit is first converted into percentage of the full-scale range before provided to the above equation.
Segment data must be arranged in ascending order, i.e. X[n] must be greater than X[n–1]. For example, if you have
set X[7] smaller than X[6], Table X[7] and later values are not used. Linearization is complete with data from X[0] to
X[6].
When the input value is lower than X[0], the output equals Y[0]. When the input is higher than X[max], the output
equals Y[max].
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6.8 MODBUS
Modbus communication parameters are applied only when the device is restarted (power is turned off and on). Only
‘downloading’ modified parameters does not affect the device operation.
DEVICE ADDRESS
Selection / Range
Device address
1 to 247
TRANSFER RATE
Selection / Range
Transfer rate
1200 bps
2400 bps
4800 bps
9600 bps
19200 bps
38400 bps
PARITY BIT
Selection / Range
Parity bit
None
Odd
Even
STOP BIT
Selection / Range
Stop bit
1 bit
2 bit
Click [Advanced] button to go to ‘Advanced Modbus Setting’ (See 6.9).
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6.9 ADVANCED MODBUS SETTING
LONG REGISTER (32-bit words assignments)
Specify the order of lower digits and higher digits in sending a 32-bit word data.
Selection
Normal (low first)
Lower digit word assigned to the lower address
Swap (high first)
Higher digit word assigned to the lower address
PROTOCOL OPERATION TIMER
Specify the character length for t1.5 and t3.5 timers. Modbus defines t1.5 timer as 1.5 character, and t3.5 timer as
3.5 character. These settings should not be changed in normal circumstances. Change these settings only upon
M-System customer support’s suggestion.
Selection / Range
t1.5
0.1 to 6.0 characters
t3.5
0.1 to 6.0 characters
Caution !
Modbus communication parameters are applied only when the device is restarted (power is turned off and on).
Only ‘downloading’ modified parameters does not affect the device operation.
6.10 CC-Link
CC-Link communication parameters are applied only when the device is restarted (power is turned off and on). Only
‘downloading’ modified parameters does not affect the device operation.
NODE ADDRESS
Selection / Range
Node address
1 to 64
TRANSFER RATE
Selection / Range
Transfer rate
156 kbps
625 kbps
2.5 Mbps
5 Mbps
10 Mbps
6.11 SHORT CUT
Specify either you want to use the shortcut command to reset alarms.
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M-SYSTEM WARRANTY
1. What is covered.
M-System Co., Ltd. (“M-System”) warrants, only to the original
purchaser of new M-System products purchased directly from
M-System, or from M-System’s authorized distributors or resellers, for its own use not for resale, that the M-System products
shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship and
shall conform to the specifications set forth in the product catalogue applicable to the M-System products for the Warranty
Period (see Paragraph 5 below for the Warranty Period of each
product).
THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THE M-SYSTEM PRODUCTS AND IS IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
2. What is not covered.
This warranty does not cover any M-System product which
has been: (1) modified, altered or subjected to abuse, misuse,
negligence or accident; (2) improperly installed or installed in
conjunction with any equipment for which it was not designed;
or (3) damaged or destroyed by disasters such as fire, flood,
lightning or earthquake.
In no event shall M-System be liable for any special, incidental,
consequential or other damages, costs or expenses (including,
but not limited to, loss of time, loss of profits, inconvenience or
loss of use of any equipment).
3. Remedies.
If a defective product is returned to M-System in accordance
with the procedures described below, M-System will, at its sole
option and expense, either: (1) repair the defective product;
(2) replace the defective product; or (3) refund the purchase
price for the defective product paid by the purchaser. Except
as otherwise provided by applicable state law, these remedies
constitute the purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedies and
M-System’s sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty.
4. Warranty Procedure.
If the purchaser discovers a failure of the M-System products
to conform to the terms of this warranty within the Warranty
Period, the purchaser must promptly (and, in any event not
more than 30 days after the discovery of such failure) notify
the relevant party as described below either by telephone or in
writing at the below address to obtain an Authorized Return (AR)
number and return the defective product to the relevant party.
The designated AR number should be marked on the outside
of the return package and on all correspondence related to the
defective product. The purchaser shall return, at purchaser’
s expense, defective products only upon receiving an AR
number. In order to avoid processing delays, the purchaser
must include: copies of the original purchase order and sales
invoice; the purchaser’s name, address and phone number;
the model and serial numbers of the returned product; and a
detailed description of the alleged defect.
5. Warranty Period.
Signal Conditioner: 36 months from the date of purchase.
M-Rester:
12 months from the date of purchase.
Valve Actuator: 18 months from the date of shipment
from M-System or 12 months from
the date of its installation, whichever
comes first.
Other Products: 36 months from the date of purchase.
M-SYSTEM CO., LTD.
5-2-55, Minamitsumori, Nishinari-ku,
Osaka 557-0063 JAPAN
Phone: (06) 6659-8201
Fax: (06) 6659-8510
E-mail: [email protected]
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