R3-WTU MULTI POWER INPUT MODULE BEFORE USE .... COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION

R3-WTU MULTI POWER INPUT MODULE BEFORE USE .... COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
R3-WTU
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MULTI POWER INPUT MODULE
R3-WTU
MODEL
(clamp-on current sensor type CLSE use)
BEFORE USE ....
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
Thank you for choosing M-System. Before use, please check
contents of the package you received as outlined below.
If you have any problems or questions with the product,
please contact M-System’s Sales Office or representatives.
■ FRONT VIEW
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Multi power input module............................................ (1)
RUN LED
ERR LED
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm Model No. marking on the product to be exactly
what you ordered.
■ INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when
you use this product, including installation, connection and
basic maintenance procedures.
In order to set up the software setting of this module, PC
Configurator Software (model: R3CON) is required. For
more information, please refer to the users manual for the
R3CON.
The R3CON PC Configurator Software is downloadable at
M-System’s web site: http://www.m-system.co.jp.
POINTS OF CAUTION
■ GENERAL PRECAUTION
•Before you remove or mount the unit, turn off the power
supply and input signal for safety.
•Before you separate or attach the terminal block, remove
the module from the base.
1k
1l
2k
2l
3k
3l
1
1k
1l
2k
2l
3k
3l
2
V1
V2
V3
V
N
■ STATUS INDICATOR LED
RUN indicator: Bi-color (red/green) LED;
Red when the bus operates normally.
ERR indicator: Bi-color (red/green) LED;
Red with the input abnormality (input
≥120%, frequency out of 45 – 65 Hz range);
Green in normal operating conditions.
INSTALLATION
Use the Installation Base (model: R3-BSx).
Be sure to use the R3-BSW base with free address setting
capability with Option /D.
■ ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•When heavy dust or metal particles are present in the air,
install the unit inside proper housing with sufficient ventilation.
•Do not install the unit where it is subjected to continuous
vibration. Do not apply physical impact to the unit.
•Environmental temperature must be within -10 to +55°C
(14 to 131°F) with relative humidity within 30 to 90% RH
in order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
■ WIRING
•Do not install cables (power supply, input and output)
close to noise sources (relay drive cable, high frequency
line, etc.).
•Do not bind these cables together with those in which
noises are present. Do not install them in the same duct.
■ AND ....
•The unit is designed to function as soon as power is supplied, however, a warm up for 30 minutes is required for
satisfying complete performance described in the data
sheet.
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TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
Connect the unit as in the diagrams below.
■ SINGLE-PHASE/2-WIRE
■ SINGLE-PHASE/3-WIRE
SOURCE
SOURCE
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
1k
1l
LOAD
SOURCE
1 N
*2
k
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 2
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
k
BUS
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
l
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
INTERNAL
POWER
l
SOURCE
VOLTAGE
INPUT
U
VT
V
u
V1
v
N
2k
2l
BUS
BUS
INTERNAL
POWER
1 N 2
1l
*2
FUSE
1l
SOURCE
k
1 N
1k
LOAD
1k
LOAD
V
1
BUS CONNECTOR
k
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
BUS CONNECTOR
1
BUS CONNECTOR
1 N 2
1 N
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 2
l
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
LOAD
1k
1l
2k
2l
LOAD
SOURCE
1 N 2
FUSE
V
U
VT
V
VOLTAGE
INPUT
u
V1
v
U
u
V2
V
v
N
LOAD
■ THREE-PHASE/3-WIRE, BALANCED LOAD
■ THREE-PHASE/3-WIRE, UNBALANCED LOAD
SOURCE
SOURCE
1
2
1
3
k
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
1k
1l
LOAD
SOURCE
1
*2
2
3
k
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 2
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
3
1
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
l
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
INTERNAL
POWER
l
VOLTAGE
INPUT
LOAD
3
1
2
U
VT
u
V1
V
V
v
v
V2
U
u
3k
3l
INTERNAL
POWER
3
*2
FUSE
1l
LOAD
k
2
1k
SOURCE
1l
SOURCE
V
BUS
1k
LOAD
1
2
k
BUS CONNECTOR
1
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 2
l
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
V3
1k
1l
3k
3l
LOAD
SOURCE
1
2
V
VOLTAGE
INPUT
LOAD
3
FUSE
U
VT
u
V1
V
V
v
v
V2
U
u
V3
No need of grounding for a low voltage circuit.
*1. Provided only with two circuits option.
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N 1
1
2
SOURCE
N 1
3
k
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
■ THREE-PHASE/4-WIRE, UNBALANCED LOAD
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
1k
1l
LOAD
SOURCE
N 1
*2
2
3
k
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
N 1
V
2
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
1
INTERNAL
POWER
l
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
1l
VOLTAGE
INPUT
U
VT
V
1k
1l
2k
2l
3k
BUS
INTERNAL
POWER
3l
LOAD
SOURCE
FUSE
k
1k
N 1
3
3
BUS
LOAD
SOURCE
2
k
BUS CONNECTOR
SOURCE
BUS CONNECTOR
■ THREE-PHASE/4-WIRE, BALANCED LOAD
2
3
k
u
V1
v
N
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
*2
LOAD
l
CURRENT
INPUT
CIRCUIT 1
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
k
CLAMP-ON SENSOR
l
1k
1l
2k
2l
3k
3l
LOAD
SOURCE
N 1
V
2
3
FUSE
U
VT
V
VOLTAGE
INPUT
U
V
U
V
u
V1
v
V2
u
v
u
v
V3
N
LOAD
No need of grounding for a low voltage circuit.
*1. Provided only with two circuits option.
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS & TERMINAL ASSIGNMENTS unit: mm (inch)
130 (5.12)
27.5 (1.08)
1k
1l
2k
2l
3k
3l
1
1k
1l
2k
2l
3k
3l
2
109 (4.29)
POSITIONING
GUIDE
*
V1
V2
V3
V
N
*Provided only with two circuits option.
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SETTING
■ RESET SETTING
PARAMETER
Reset
SELECTIONS
Reset all energy values
Reset MAX / MIN values, Current (present value)
Reset MAX / MIN values, other than Current (present value)
Reset AVG (Demand) values
■ SYSTEM SETTING
PARAMETER
System configuration
CT rating, Primary
Current sensor type
VT rating, Primary
VT rating, Secondary
Frequency input
Low-end cutout, Current
Low-end cutout, Voltage
SELECTIONS
Single-phase / 2-wire (1CT)
Single-phase / 3-wire (2CT)
3-phase / 3-wire, balanced load (1CT)
3-phase / 3-wire, unbalanced load (2CT)
3-phase / 4-wire, balanced load (1CT)
3-phase / 4-wire, unbalanced load (3CT) (*)
1 to 20 000 : Current (A) Selectable only with the CLSE-R5
Factory setting : 5
CLSE-R5 (5A) (*)
CLSE-05 (50A)
CLSE-10 (100A)
CLSE-20 (200A)
CLSE-40 (400A)
CLSE-60 (600A)
50 to 400 000 : Voltage (V)
Factory setting : 110
50 to 500 : Voltage (V)
Factory setting : 110
Voltage (*)
Current
0 to 999 : Rated current × 0.001 × Specified value
Factory setting : 10
0 to 999 : Rated voltage × 0.001 × Specified value
Factory setting : 10
■ DEMAND SETTING
PARAMETER
Average (demand) current update interval
Average (demand) power update interval
SELECTIONS
1 to 60
Factory setting : 30
1 to 60 Factory setting : 30
UNIT
----
A
----
V
V
---%/10
%/10
UNIT
Minutes
Minutes
■ STYLE SETTING
PARAMETER
SELECTIONS
Power factor (PF1 through PF3, PF) sign
Standard (IEC) : Identical to the active energy (*)
Special type 1 (IEEE) : Positive in LAG, Negative in LEAD
Reactive power (Q1 through Q3, Q) sign
Standard (IEC) : Positive from [PF = 1.0] to 180° in LAG direction;
Negative for the other direction (*)
Special type 1 : Positive in LAG, Negative in LEAD
________
Apparent power (S) calculation
Standard : S = √ P2 + Q2 (*)
Sum : S = S1 + S2 + S3
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MEASURED VARIABLES
PC Configurator (model: R3CON) is used to set scaled ranges, word length and number of systems.
Measured variables, except for the nth harmonic distortion, are read out as signed 16-bit or 32-bit integer.
Each variable has different engineering unit (Refer to the table below). For example, when 40000 is read at the address 41
for the 1 – N delta voltage, the actual voltage value equals to 400.0V = 40000 × 0.01, as the engineering unit for this item is
V/100 (0.01V).
Readable range for each parameter depends upon the parameter type, as shown in the tables below. For example, Current
unit is applied to Line current or Neutral current, and Voltage unit is applied to the 1 – N delta voltage or the minimum value
voltage.
■ 1-WORD SETTING
PARAMETER
TYPE
UNIT
RANGE
Current
I
mA
0 to 30 000 × 10 0...3 mA
Voltage
U
V/100
0 to 300.00 × 10 0...3 V
Active power
P
W
-30 000 to 30 000 × 10 0...3 W
Reactive power
Q
var
-30 000 to 30 000 × 10 0...3 var
Apparent power
S
VA
0 to 30 000 × 10 0...3 VA
Power factor
PF
%/100
-1.0000 to 1.0000
Frequency
F
Hz/100
0 or 40.00 Hz to 70.00 Hz
Active energy
EP
kWh/10
0 to 3276.7 × 10 0...3 kWh *1
Reactive energy
EQ
kvarh/10
0 to 3276.7 × 10 0...3 kvarh *1
Apparent energy
ES
kVAh/10
0 to 3276.7 × 10 0...3 kVAh *1
Energy count time
C
h/10
0 to 3276.7 × 10 0...3 hours *1
Harmonic
H
%/10
0 to 999.9%
*1. Not reset to 0 when exceeding the max. value. Be sure to use within the range from 0 to 3276.7 × 10 0...3.
■ 2-WORD SETTING
PARAMETER
TYPE
UNIT
Current
I
mA
Voltage
U
V/100
Active power
P
W
Reactive power
Q
var
Apparent power
S
VA
Power factor
PF
%/100
Frequency
F
Hz/100
Active energy
EP
kWh/10
Reactive energy
EQ
kvarh/10
Apparent energy
ES
kVAh/10
Energy count time
C
h/10
Harmonic
H
%/10
*1. Reset to 0 when exceeding the max. value.
RANGE
0 to 2 000 000 000 mA
0 to 20 000 000.00 V
-2 000 000 000 to 2 000 000 000 W
-2 000 000 000 to 2 000 000 000 var
0 to 2 000 000 000 VA
-1.0000 to 1.0000
0 or 40.00 Hz to 70.00 Hz
0 to 99 999 999.9 kWh *1
0 to 99 999 999.9 kvarh *1
0 to 99 999 999.9 kVAh *1
0 to 99 999 999.9 hours *1
0 to 999.9%
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■ MOMENTARY VALUE
WORD
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
ID
I
U
P
Q
S
PF
F
DIR
I1
I2
I3
IN
U12
U23
U31
U1N
U2N
U3N
P1
P2
P3
Q1
Q2
Q3
S1
S2
S3
PF1
PF2
PF3
DIR1
DIR2
DIR3
PARAMETER
Current
Voltage
Active power
Reactive power
Apparent power
Power factor
Frequency
Phase difference direction (0 = inductive or lag, 1 = capacitive or lead)
Current, Line 1
Current, Line 2
Current, Line 3
Neutral current
Delta voltage, 1 – 2
Delta voltage, 2 – 3
Delta voltage, 3 – 1
Phase voltage, Phase 1
Phase voltage, Phase 2
Phase voltage, Phase 3
Active power, Phase 1
Active power, Phase 2
Active power, Phase 3
Reactive power, Phase 1
Reactive power, Phase 2
Reactive power, Phase 3
Apparent power, Phase 1
Apparent power, Phase 2
Apparent power, Phase 3
Power factor, Phase 1
Power factor, Phase 2
Power factor, Phase 3
Phase difference direction, Phase 1 (0 = inductive or lag, 1 = capacitive or lead)
Phase difference direction, Phase 2 (0 = inductive or lag, 1 = capacitive or lead)
Phase difference direction, Phase 3 (0 = inductive or lag, 1 = capacitive or lead)
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TYPE
I
U
P
Q
S
PF
F
---I
I
I
I
U
U
U
U
U
U
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
S
S
S
PF
PF
PF
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■ ENERGY
WORD
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
ID
EP
EQ
ES
EP–
EQ–
EQ+LAG
EQ+LEAD
EQ–LAG
EQ–LEAD
TIMER
PARAMETER
Active energy, incoming
Reactive energy, LAG
Apparent energy
Active energy, outgoing
Reactive energy, LEAD
Reactive energy, incoming, LAG
Reactive energy, incoming, LEAD
Reactive energy, outgoing, LAG
Reactive energy, outgoing, LEAD
Energy count time
TYPE
EP
EQ
ES
EP
EQ
EQ
EQ
EQ
EQ
C
■ AVERAGE VALUE
WORD
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
ID
I AVG
I1 AVG
I2 AVG
I3 AVG
IN AVG
I AVG 1
I1 AVG 1
I2 AVG 1
I3 AVG 1
IN AVG 1
I AVG 2
I1 AVG 2
I2 AVG 2
I3 AVG 2
IN AVG 2
I AVG 3
I1 AVG 3
I2 AVG 3
I3 AVG 3
IN AVG 3
I AVG 4
I1 AVG 4
I2 AVG 4
I3 AVG 4
IN AVG 4
P AVG
Q AVG
S AVG
P AVG 1
Q AVG 1
S AVG 1
P AVG 2
Q AVG 2
S AVG 2
P AVG 3 Q AVG 3
S AVG 3
P AVG 4
Q AVG 4
S AVG 4
PARAMETER
Current AVG
Current AVG, Line 1
Current AVG, Line 2
Current AVG, Line 3
Neutral current AVG
Current AVG, History 1
Current AVG, Line 1, History 1
Current AVG, Line 2, History 1
Current AVG, Line 3, History 1
Neutral current AVG, History 1
Current AVG, History 2
Current AVG, Line 1, History 2
Current AVG, Line 2, History 2
Current AVG, Line 3, History 2
Neutral current AVG, History 2
Current AVG, History 3
Current AVG, Line 1, History 3
Current AVG, Line 2, History 3
Current AVG, Line 3, History 3
Neutral current AVG, History 3
Current AVG, History 4
Current AVG, Line 1, History 4
Current AVG, Line 2, History 4
Current AVG, Line 3, History 4
Neutral current AVG, History 4
Active power AVG
Reactive power AVG
Apparent power AVG
Active power AVG, History 1
Reactive power AVG, History 1
Apparent power AVG, History 1
Active power AVG, History 2
Reactive power AVG, History 2
Apparent power AVG, History 2
Active power AVG, History 3
Reactive power AVG, History 3
Apparent power AVG, History 3
Active power AVG, History 4
Reactive power AVG, History 4
Apparent power AVG, History 4
TYPE
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
P
Q
S
P
Q
S
P
Q
S
P
Q
S
P
Q
S
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■ MAXIMUM / MINIMUM VALUE
WORD
ID
1 or 2
I MAX
1 or 2
U MAX
1 or 2
P MAX
1 or 22
Q MAX
1 or 2
S MAX
1 or 2
PF MAX
1 or 2
F MAX
1 or 2
I1 MAX
1 or 2
I2 MAX
1 or 2
I3 MAX
1 or 2
IN MAX
1 or 2
U12 MAX
1 or 2
U23 MAX
1 or 2
U31 MAX
1 or 2
U1N MAX
1 or 2
U2N MAX
1 or 2
U3N MAX
1 or 2
P1 MAX
1 or 2
P2 MAX
1 or 2
P3 MAX
1 or 2
Q1 MAX
1 or 2
Q2 MAX
1 or 2
Q3 MAX
1 or 2
S1 MAX
1 or 2
S2 MAX
1 or 2
S3 MAX
1 or 2
PF1 MAX
1 or 2
PF2 MAX
1 or 2
PF3 MAX
1 or 2
THDI1 MAX
1 or 2
THDI2 MAX
1 or 2
THDI3 MAX
1 or 2
THDIN MAX
1 or 2
THDU12 MAX
1 or 2
THDU23 MAX
1 or 2
THDU31 MAX
1 or 2
THDU1N MAX
1 or 2
THDU2N MAX
1 or 2
THDU3N MAX
1 or 2
I MAX AVG
1 or 2
I1 MAX AVG
1 or 2
I2 MAX AVG
1 or 2
I3 MAX AVG
1 or 2
IN MAX AVG
1 or 2
P MAX AVG+
1 or 2
P MAX AVG–
1 or 2
Q MAX AVG+
1 or 2
Q MAX AVG–
1 or 2
S MAX AVG
1 or 2
I MIN
1 or 2
U MIN
1 or 2
P MIN
1 or 2
Q MIN
1 or 2
S MIN
1 or 2
PF MIN
1 or 2
F MIN
1 or 2
I1 MIN
1 or 2
I2 MIN
1 or 2
I3 MIN
1 or 2
IN MIN
1 or 2
U12 MIN
1 or 2
U23 MIN
1 or 2
U31 MIN
PARAMETER
Current MAX
Voltage MAX
Active power MAX
Reactive power MAX
Apparent power MAX
Power factor MAX
Frequency MAX
Current MAX, Line 1
Current MAX, Line 2
Current MAX, Line 3
Neutral current MAX
Delta voltage MAX, 1 – 2
Delta voltage MAX, 2 – 3
Delta voltage MAX, 3 – 1
Phase voltage MAX, Phase 1
Phase voltage MAX, Phase 2
Phase voltage MAX, Phase 3
Active power MAX, Phase 1
Active power MAX, Phase 2
Active power MAX, Phase 3
Reactive power MAX, Phase 1
Reactive power MAX, Phase 2
Reactive power MAX, Phase 3
Apparent power MAX, Phase 1
Apparent power MAX, Phase 2
Apparent power MAX, Phase 3
Power factor MAX, Phase 1
Power factor MAX, Phase 2
Power factor MAX, Phase 3
Current total harmonic distortion MAX, Line 1
Current total harmonic distortion MAX, Line 2
Current total harmonic distortion MAX, Line 3
Neutral current total harmonic distortion MAX
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion MAX, 1 – 2
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion MAX, 2 – 3
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion MAX, 3 – 1
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion MAX, Phase 1
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion MAX, Phase 2
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion MAX, Phase 3
Current MAX AVG
Current MAX AVG, Line 1
Current MAX AVG, Line 2
Current MAX AVG, Line 3
Neutral current MAX AVG
Active power MAX AVG, incoming
Active power MAX AVG, outgoing
Reactive power MAX AVG, incoming
Reactive power MAX AVG, outgoing
Apparent power MAX AVG
Current MIN
Voltage MIN
Active power MIN
Reactive power MIN
Apparent power MIN
Power factor MIN
Frequency MIN
Current MIN, Line 1
Current MIN, Line 2
Current MIN, Line 3
Neutral current MIN
Delta voltage MIN, 1 – 2
Delta voltage MIN, 2 – 3
Delta voltage MIN, 3 – 1
TYPE
I
U
P
Q
S
PF
F
I
I
I
I
U
U
U
U
U
U
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
S
S
S
PF
PF
PF
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
I
I
I
I
I
P
P
Q
Q
S
I
U
P
Q
S
PF
F
I
I
I
I
U
U
U
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WORD
ID
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
U1N MIN
U2N MIN
U3N MIN
P1 MIN
P2 MIN
P3 MIN
Q1 MIN
Q2 MIN
Q3 MIN
S1 MIN
S2 MIN
S3 MIN
PF1 MIN
PF2 MIN
PF3 MIN
PARAMETER
TYPE
Phase voltage MIN, Phase 1
Phase voltage MIN, Phase 2
Phase voltage MIN, Phase 3
Active power MIN, Phase 1
Active power MIN, Phase 2
Active power MIN, Phase 3
Reactive power MIN, Phase 1
Reactive power MIN, Phase 2
Reactive power MIN, Phase 3
Apparent power MIN, Phase 1
Apparent power MIN, Phase 2
Apparent power MIN, Phase 3
Power factor MIN, Phase 1
Power factor MIN, Phase 2
Power factor MIN, Phase 3
U
U
U
P
P
P
Q
Q
Q
S
S
S
PF
PF
PF
■ TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION (THD)
WORD
ID
PARAMETER
1 or 2
THDI1
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 1
1 or 2
THDI2
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 2
1 or 2
THDI3
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 3
1 or 2
THDIN
Neutral current total harmonic distortion
1 or 2
THDU12
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 1 – 2
1 or 2
THDU23
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 2 – 3
1 or 2
THDU31
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 3 – 1
1 or 2
THDU1N
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion, Phase 1
1 or 2
THDU2N
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion, Phase 2
1 or 2
THDU3N
Phase voltage total harmonic distortion, Phase 3
TYPE
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
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■ HARMONIC
WORD
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ID
PARAMETER
HDI1 2
Current harmonic, Line 1, 2nd
HDI1 3
(id)
3rd
HDI1 4
(id)
4th
HDI1 5
(id)
5th
HDI1 6
(id)
6th
HDI1 7
(id)
7th
HDI1 8
(id)
8th
HDI1 9
(id)
9th
HDI1 10
(id)
10th
HDI1 11
(id)
11th
HDI1 12
(id)
12th
HDI1 13
(id)
13th
HDI1 14
(id)
14th
HDI1 15
(id)
15th
HDI1 16
(id)
16th
HDI1 17
(id)
17th
HDI1 18
(id)
18th
HDI1 19
(id)
19th
HDI1 20
(id)
20th
HDI1 21
(id)
21st
HDI1 22
(id)
22nd
HDI1 23
(id)
23rd
HDI1 24
(id)
24th
HDI1 25
(id)
25th
HDI1 26
(id)
26th
HDI1 27
(id)
27th
HDI1 28
(id)
28th
HDI1 29
(id)
29th
HDI1 30
(id)
30th
HDI1 31
(id)
31st
HDI2 2
Current harmonic, Line 2, 2nd
:
:
HDI2 31
31st
HDI3 2
Current harmonic, Line 3, 2nd
:
:
HDI3 31
31st
HDIN 2
Neutral current harmonic,2nd
:
:
HDIN 31
31st
HDU12 2
Delta voltage harmonic, 1 – 2, 2nd
:
:
HDU12 31
31st
HDU23 2
Delta voltage harmonic, 2 – 3, 2nd
:
:
HDU23 31
31st
HDU31 2
Delta voltage harmonic, 3 – 1, 2nd
:
:
HDU31 31
31st
HDU1N 2
Phase voltage harmonic, Phase 1, 2nd
:
:
HDU1N 31
31st
HDU2N 2
Phase voltage harmonic, Phase 2, 2nd
:
:
HDU2N 31
31st
HDU3N 2
Phase voltage harmonic, Phase 3, 2nd
:
:
HDU3N 31
31st
TYPE
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
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R3-WTU
I/O DATA DESCRIPTIONS
■ MEASURANDS
• 16-word Mode (standard)
Measurands and assigned word numbers are specified using the R3CON PC Configurator.
Max. 16 words per module (slot). 1 word = 16 bits, 2 words = 32 bits
• 32-word Mode (option /D)
Measurands and assigned word numbers are specified using the R3CON PC Configurator.
Max. 32 words by virtually assigning addresses (n) and (n+1) per module. 1 word = 16 bits, 2 words = 32 bits
Be sure to use the R3-BSW base with free address setting capability. DO NOT assign the address (n+1) to any module. A
duplicate address will cause malfunctions.
■ 32-BIT DATA FORMAT
Example when two words are specified at Input +0
15
0
+0
Lower digits
15
0
+1
Upper digits
■ RESET
Measurands to be reset are assigned at Analog Output +0. Set ‘1’ to the assigned bits for the measurands to be reset, and set
‘0’ again after the resetting is confirmed.
The resetting is executed at the moment when the signal rises from 0 to 1.
15
System 2
8
7
System 1
0
+0
Reset all energy values
Reset MAX / MIN current values
Reset MAX / MIN values other than current
Reset AVG (demand) values
Reset all energy values
Reset MAX / MIN current values
Reset MAX / MIN values other than current
Reset AVG (demand) values
M-SYSTEM WARRANTY
M-System warrants such new M-System product which it manufactures to be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the 36-month period following the date that such
product was originally purchased if such product has been used under normal operating conditions and properly maintained, M-System’s sole liability, and purchaser’s exclusive
remedies, under this warranty are, at M-System’s option, the repair, replacement or refund of the purchase price of any M-System product which is defective under the terms of this
warranty. To submit a claim under this warranty, the purchaser must return, at its expense, the defective M-System product to the below address together with a copy of its original
sales invoice.
THIS IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO M-SYSTEM PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. M-SYSTEM SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER.
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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