UMG 96RM-E
UMG 96RM-E
Memory 256 MB
Alarm management
Residual current measurement
Homepage
Ethernet-Modbus gateway
BACnet (optional)
UMG 96 RM-E – Power analyser with Ethernet and RCM
Communication
• Modbus (RTU, TCP, Gateway)
• TCP/IP
• HTTP (configurable homepage)
• FTP (file transfer)
• SNMP
• NTP (time synchronisation)
• SMTP (email function)
• DHCP
• SNTP
• TFTP
• BACnet (optional)
Power quality
• Harmonics up to 40th harmonic
• Rotary field components
• Distortion factor THD-U / THD-I
Interfaces
• RS485
• Ethernet
Measured data memory
• 256 MB Flash
2 analogue inputs
• Analogue, temperature or residual
current input (RCM)
Temperature measurement
• PT100, PT1000, KTY83, KTY84
Network visualisation software
• GridVis®-Basic (in the scope of supply)
Accuracy of measurement
• Energy: Class 0.5S (… / 5 A)
• Current: 0.5 %
• Voltage: 0.2 %
Networks
• TN, TT, IT networks
• 3 and 4-phase networks
• Up to 4 single-phase networks
2 digital outputs
• Pulse output kWh / kvarh
• Switch output
• Threshold value output
• Logic output
• Remote via Modbus / Profibus
3 digital inputs/outputs
• Usable as either inputs or outputs
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Areas of application
• Measurement, monitoring and checking of electrical
characteristics in energy distribution systems
• Recording of load profiles in energy management systems
(e.g. ISO 50001)
• Acquisition of the energy consumption for cost centre analysis
• Measured value transducer for building management systems or
PLC (Modbus)
• Monitoring of power quality characteristics, e.g. harmonics up to
40th harmonic
• Residual current monitoring (RCM)
Main features
Universal meter
• Operating current monitoring for general electrical parameters
• High transparency through a multi-stage and scalable
measurement system in the field of energy measurement
• Acquisition of events through continuous measurement with
200 ms high resolution
RCM device
• Continuous monitoring of residual currents (Residual Current
Monitor, RCM)
• Alarming in case a preset threshold fault current reached
• Near-realtime reactions for triggering countermeasures
• Permanent RCM measurement for systems in permanent
operation without the opportunity to switch off
Energy measurement device
Fig.: UMG 96RM-E with residual current monitoring
via measuring inputs I5 / I6
• Continuous acquisition of the energy data and load profiles
• Essential both in relation to energy efficiency and for the safe
design of power distribution systems
Harmonics analyser / event recorder
• Analysis of individual harmonics for current and voltage
• Prevention of production downtimes
• Significantly longer service life for equipment
• Rapid identification and analysis of power quality fluctuations by
means of user-friendly tools (GridVis®)
Fig.: Event logger: Voltage dip in the low voltage
distribution system
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Extensive selection of tariffs
• 7 tariffs each for effective energy (consumption, delivery and
without backstop)
• 7 tariffs each for reactive energy (inductive, capacitive and
without backstop)
• 7 tariffs for apparent energy
• L1, L2 and L3, for each phase
Highest possible degree of reliability
• Continuous leakage current measurement
• Historical data: Long-term monitoring of the residual current
allows changes to be identified in good time, e.g. insulation
faults
• Time characteristics: Recognition of time relationships
• Prevention of neutral conductor carryover
• RCM threshold values can be optimized for each individual
case: Fixed, dynamic and stepped RCM threshold value
• Monitoring of the CGP (central ground point) and the subdistribution panels
Fig.: Continuous leakage current measurement
Analysis of fault current events
• Event list with time stamp and values
• Presentation of fault currents with characteristic and duration
• Reproduction of phase currents during the fault current surge
• Presentation of the phase voltages during the fault current surge
Analysis of the harmonic fault current components
Fig.: Analysis of fault current events
• Frequencies of the fault currents (fault type)
• Current peaks of the individual frequency components in A and %
• Harmonics analysis up to 40th harmonic
• Maximum values with real-time bar display
Digital IOs
• Extensive configuration of IOs for intelligent integration, alarm
and control tasks
Fig.: Analysis of the harmonic fault current components
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Ethernet (TCP/IP)- / Homepage- / Ethernet-Modbus gateway
functionality
• Simple integration into the network
• More rapid and reliable data transfer
• Modern homepage
• World-wide access to measured values by means of standard
web browsers via the device's inbuilt homepage
• Access to measurement data via various channels
• Reliable saving of measurement data possible over a very long
periods of time in the 256 MByte measurement data memory
• Connection of Modbus slave devices via Ethernet-Modbus
gateway
Fig.: Ethernet-Modbus gateway functionality
Measuring device homepage
• Webserver on the measuring device, i.e. device's own homepage
• Remote operation of the device display via the homepage
• Comprehensive measurement data incl. PQ
• Online and historic data available directly via the homepage
• Waveform representation of current and voltage
• Password protection possible
Fig.: Illustration of the online data via the device's
inbuilt homepage
Dimension diagrams
All dimensions in mm
ca. 90
6
104
91,5
96
72
57
78
Side view
Cut out: 92+0,8 x 92+0,8 mm
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Rear view
UMG 96RM-E
Typical connection
+
=
S2
S3
IDIFF
=
+
K1
13
K2
14
K3
15
28
29 30 31
Group 2
Gruppe
Group 1
Gruppe
A
0-30 mA
K5
K4
32
33 34
I5
35
36
16
B
37
I6
Analog inputs
Analog-Eingänge
Digital inputs/outputs
Digital-Eingänge/Ausgänge
17
A
RS485
Ethernet
10/100Base-T
24V =
DC
+
B
PT100
-
UMG 96RM-E (RCM)
Power
supply
Versorgungsvoltage
spannung
Measuring
voltage
Spannungsmessung
N/- L/+
V1
V2
V3
VN
1
3
4
5
6
2
1)
2)
2)
Current
measurement
Strommessung
S2
S1
S2
3)
2)
S1
S2
3)
S2
S2
S1
S2
I4
S1
19 18
3)
S2
Loads
Verbraucher
PC
RJ45
S1
-
-
3)
S1
L1
S1
L2
S1
L3
S2
230V/400V 50Hz
S1
N
Fig.: Connection example with temperature and residual current measurement
Device overview and technical data
UMG 96RM-E
Item number
52.22.036
Item number (UL)
52.22.052
Supply voltage AC
20 ... 250 V AC
Supply voltage DC
20 … 300 V DC
Item number (ETL)*1
52.22.033
Supply voltage AC
95 ... 240 V AC
Supply voltage DC
100 ... 300 V DC
General
Use in low and medium voltage networks
Accuracy voltage measurement
Accuracy current measurement
Accuracy active energy (kWh, …/5 A)
Number of measurement points per period
Uninterrupted measurement
•
0.2 %
0.5 %
Class 0.5S
426
•
RMS - momentary value
Current, voltage, frequency
•
Active, reactive and apparent power / total and per phase
•
Power factor / total and per phase
•
Energy measurement
Active, reactive and apparent energy [L1, L2, L3, ∑ L1–L3]
Number of tariffs
•
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Fig.: Connection example residual current
measurement and PE monitoring
Recording of the mean values
Voltage, current / actual and maximum
•
Active, reactive and apparent power / actual and maximum
•
Frequency / actual and maximum
•
Demand calculation mode (bi-metallic function) / thermal
•
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
*1 The Intertek-ETL sign is well respected and widely accepted in the USA and Canada. It serves as verification
of compliance with the relevant standards, e.g. UL, CSA, NEC, NFPA, NSF, ANSI, NOM. Further information on ETL
can be found at http://www.intertek.de/elektronik/etl-zeichen/. Source: www.intertek.de
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Other measurements
Operating hours measurement
•
Clock
•
Power quality measurements
Harmonics per order / current and voltage
1st – 40th
Distortion factor THD-U in %
•
Distortion factor THD-I in %
•
Rotary field indication
•
Current and voltage, positive, zero and negative sequence component
•
Error / event recorder function
•
Under and overvoltage recording
•
Measured data recording
Memory (Flash)
256 MB
Average, minimum, maximum values
•
Current measurement channel
4 (+2)
Alarm messages
•
Time stamp
•
Time basis average value
freely user-defined
RMS averaging, arithmetic
•
Displays and inputs / outputs
LCD display (with backlighting), 2 buttons
•
Digital outputs (as switch or pulse output)
2
Digital inputs and outputs (selectable)
3
Analogue inputs (RCM, temperature, analogue)
Voltage inputs
2
L1, L2, L3 + N
Password protection
•
Communication
Interfaces
RS485: 9.6 – 115.2 kbps (Screw-type terminal)
•
Ethernet 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45 socket)
•
Protocols
Modbus RTU
•
Modbus TCP/IP
•
Modbus RTU over Ethernet
•
Modbus Gateway for Master-Slave configuration
•
HTTP (homepage configurable)
•
SMTP (email)
•
NTP (time synchronisation)
•
TFTP
•
FTP (File-Transfer)
•
SNMP
•
DHCP
•
BACnet (optional)
•
ICMP (Ping)
•
Software GridVis®-Basic*2
Online and historic graphs
•
Databases (Janitza DB, Derby DB); MySQL, MS SQL with higher GridVis® versions)
•
Manual reports (energy, power quality)
•
Topology views
•
Manual read-out of the measuring devices
•
Graph sets
•
Programming / threshold values / alarm management
Comparator (5 Groups with 10 comparators each)
•
Comprehensive adjustment options for RCM
•
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
*2 Optional additional functions with the packages GridVis®-Professional, GridVis®-Enterprise and GridVis®-Service.
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Fig.: GridVis® software, configuration menu
UMG 96RM-E
Technical data
Type of measurement
Constant true RMS
Up to 40th harmonic
Nominal voltage, three-phase, 4-conductor (L-N, L-L)
277 / 480 V AC
Nominal voltage, three-phase, 3-conductor (L-L)
480 V AC
Measurement in quadrants
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Networks
TN, TT, IT
Measured voltage input
Fig.: RCM configuration, e.g. dynamic
threshold value formation, for load-dependent
threshold value adaptation
Overvoltage category
300 V CAT III
Measured range, voltage L-N, AC
(without potential transformer)
10 … 300 Vrms
Measured range, voltage L-L, AC
(without potential transformer)
18 … 520 Vrms
Resolution
0.01 V
Impedance
4 MOhm / phase
Frequency measuring range
45 ... 65 Hz
Power consumption
approx. 0.1 VA
Sampling frequency per channel (50 / 60 Hz)
21.33 / 25.6 kHz
Measured current input
Rated current
1/5A
Resolution
0.1 mA
Measurement range
0.001 … 6 Amps
Overvoltage category
300 V CAT II
Measurement surge voltage
2 kV
Power consumption
approx. 0.2 VA (Ri = 5 MOhm)
Overload for 1 sec.
120 A (sinusoidal)
Sampling frequency per channel (50 / 60 Hz)
21.33 / 25.6 kHz
Residual current input
Analogue inputs
2 (for residual current or temperature
measurement)
Measurement range, residual current input*3
0.05 ... 30 mA
Digital outputs
Fig.: Summation current transformer for the
acquisition of residual currents. Wide range with
different configurations and sizes allow use in
almost all applications
Switching voltage
max. 60 V DC, 33 V AC
Switching current
max. 50 mA Eff AC / DC
Response time
10 / 12 periods + 10 ms
Pulse output (energy pulse)
max. 50 Hz
Maximum cable length
up to 30 m unscreened, from 30 m screened
Mechanical properties
Weight
approx. 370 g
Device dimensions in mm (H x W x D)*4
96 x 96 x 78
Battery
CR2032, 3 V,type Lithium
Protection class per EN 60529
Front: IP40; Back: IP20
Assembly per IEC EN 60999-1 / DIN EN 50022
Front panel installation
Cable cross section
Supply voltage
0.2 to 2.5 mm²
Current measurement
0.2 to 2.5 mm²
Voltage measurement
0.08 to 4.0 mm²
Environmental conditions
Temperature range
Operation: K55 (-10 ... +70 °C)
Relative humidity
Operation: 0 to 75 % RH
Operating height
0 ... 2,000 m above sea level
Degree of pollution
2
Installation position
user-defined
Electromagnetic compatibility
Electromagnetic compatibility of
electrical equipment
Directive 2004/108/EC
Electrical appliances for application within
particular voltage limits
Directive 2006/95/EC
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
*3 Example of residual current input 30 mA with 600/1 residual current transformer: 600 x 30 mA = 18,000 mA
*4 Accurate device dimensions can be found in the operation manual.
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Equipment safety
Safety requirements for electrical
equipment for measurement, regulation, control
and laboratory use –
Part 1: General requirements
IEC/EN 61010-1
Part 2-030: Particular requirements for
testing and measuring circuits
IEC/EN 61010-2-030
Noise immunity
Class A: Industrial environment
IEC/EN 61326-1
Electrostatic discharge
IEC/EN 61000-4-2
Voltage dips
IEC/EN 61000-4-11
Emissions
Class B: Residential environment
IEC/EN 61326-1
Radio disturbanc voltage strength 30 – 1000 MHz
IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011
Radiated interference voltage 0.15 – 30 MHz
IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011
Safety
Europe
CE labelling
USA and Canada
ETL variants available
Firmware
Firmware update
Update via GridVis® software.
Firmware download (free of charge) from
the website:
http://www.janitza.com/downloads/
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
L3
L2
L1
Energy, operating current, PQ
N
Summation current measurement (RCM) of residual current
Measurement of the central grounding point
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Smart Energy &
Power Quality Solutions
Janitza electronics GmbH
Vor dem Polstück 1
D-35633 Lahnau
Germany
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Tel.: +49 6441 9642-0
Fax: +49 6441 9642-30
[email protected]anitza.de
www.janitza.com
Version 01/2015 • Subject to technical alterations.
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