英文(含通訊)
54UL
OPERATING MANUAL
MULTI POWER MONITOR
(4 digital displays, LONWORKS)
MODEL
54UL
CONTENTS
BEFORE USE ................................................................................................................ 2
POINTS OF CAUTION....................................................................................................... 2
LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTION........................................................................................ 2
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION........................................................................................... 3
INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................. 4
TERMINAL CONNECTIONS................................................................................................ 5
COMMUNICATION CABLE CONNECTION................................................................................ 7
CONFIGURATION VIA INFRARED COMMUNICATION................................................................. 7
LONWORKS COMMUNICATION............................................................................................ 8
FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS..................................................................................................... 9
OPERATION FLOWCHART............................................................................................... 17
SETTING EXAMPLES..................................................................................................... 28
OPERATION EXAMPLES................................................................................................. 30
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BEFORE USE ....
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.
•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 90% RH in
Mounting Bracket
■ PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Multi power monitor..................................................... (1)
Neuron ID label............................................................. (2)
Hole
■ MODEL NO.
Confirm that the model number described on the product is
exactly what you ordered.
■ OPERATING MANUAL
This manual describes necessary points of caution when
you use this product, including installation, connection, configuration and detailed operations.
The 54UL is programmable either by using the front control buttons or the PC Configurator Software. For detailed
information on the PC configuration, refer to the PMCFG
users manual. The PMCFG PC Configurator Software is
downloadable at M-System’s web site.
http://www.m-system.co.jp
Availability of certain functions explained in this manual
depends upon hardware options and firmware versions.
Those limited ones are identified with the following markings.
MARKING
DO
DI
3P4W
3.00
LIMITATION
Discrete output option
Discrete input option
3-phase / 4-wire system option
Ver.3.00 or later versions
POINTS OF CAUTION
■ POWER INPUT RATING & OPERATIONAL RANGE
•Locate the power input rating marked on the product and
confirm its operational range as indicated below.
100 – 240V AC rating: 85 – 264V AC, 50/60 Hz, <8VA
110 – 240V DC rating: 99 – 264V DC, <4W
■ GENERAL PRECAUTION
•Before you remove or mount the unit, turn off the power
supply and input signal for safety.
■ ENVIRONMENT
•Indoor use
•Do not install the unit where it is directly exposed to rain,
water droplets or sunlight.
•When heavy dust or metal particles are present in the air,
install the unit inside proper housing with sufficient ventilation.
Panel
Gasket
order to ensure adequate life span and operation.
•Contrast of the LCD screen depends upon viewing angles. Choose the height and angle where it is the most legible.
•Do not apply physical impact to the front face.
•To ensure the designated ingress protection, insert the
gasket before attaching the mounting brackets.
•When using the mounting brackets, remove the mounting
screws and turn back the gasket as shown below.
■ WIRING
•Wiring to the unit must be conducted by qualified service
personnel.
•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.
•Altitude up to 2000 meters
• The equipment must be mounted inside a panel.
LIGHTNING SURGE PROTECTION
In order to protect the unit from lightning surges entering
through signal and power supply cables, use of appropriate
lightning surge protectors are recommended. Please contact M-System.
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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
■ FRONT VIEW
■ REAR VIEW
• Configuration Code: 1
2
Data Displays
SERVICE
Control Buttons
∑
Service Lamp /
Infrared Interface
IU
PQS
PF THD
MAX
Voltage Input
Terminals
Current Input
Terminals
Power Input
Terminals
Network Terminals
Discrete I/O
Terminals
E PRG ESC
Infrared Interface
• Configuration Code: 2
2
Voltage Input
Terminals
Current Input
Terminals
Power Input
Terminals
Network Terminals
Discrete I/O
Terminals
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INSTALLATION
■ EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS unit: mm (inch)
• Configuration Code: 1
110 (4.33)
25 (.98)
100 (3.94)
91.5 (3.60)
110 (4.33)
91.5 (3.60)
2
2–M5 SCREW
MOUNTING BRACKET
• Configuration Code: 2
110 (4.33)
25 (.98)
115 (4.53)
91.5 (3.60)
110 (4.33)
91.5 (3.60)
2
2–M5 SCREW
MOUNTING BRACKET
■ PANEL CUTOUT unit: mm (inch)
• USING MOUNTING SCREWS
Remove the mounting brackets.
45 (1.77)
92
Panel thickness : 2 to 10 (0.08 to 0.39)
92
+0.8 (3.65)
0 (3.63)
+0.8 (3.65)
0 (3.63)
45 (1.77)
(3. 10
94 1 ±
–4 1d
.01 ia.
dia
.)
45 (1.77)
45 (1.77)
• USING MOUNTING BRACKETS
Remove the mounting screws.
2–6 (0.24) dia.
Panel thickness : 2 to 15 (0.08 to 0.59)
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TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
■ CONFIGURATION CODE: 1
2
P1
P2
P3
DO/PO
U(+) NC
+
1S
DI+
1L
NC
V( ) NC DO/PO DI
FG NET2 NET2
1S 1L
source
1
2
u
source
1
2
P1 P2
load
P1 P2
source
1
2
k
l
K
L
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L 3S 3L
load
1S 1L
v
U
V
k
l
K
L
source
1
2
3
Terminal
1S 1L
Single-phase /
3-wire
Three-phase /
3-wire,
unbalanced load
(2CT)
source
1
N/2
2/3
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L 3S 3L
load
source
1
N/2
2/3
k
l
K
L k
l
K
L
load
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L 3S 3L
source
1
N/2
2/3
load
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L
Three-phase /
3-wire,
balanced load
System /
Application
Terminal
P1 P2
Single-phase /
2-wire
3L
FG NET1 NET1
NC
System /
Application
3S
u
v
v
u
U
V
V
U
k
l
K
L k
l
K
L
load
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L
load
source
1
2
3
k
l
K
L
load
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L
source
1
2
3
u
v
v
u
U
V
V
U
k
l
K
L
load
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■ CONFIGURATION CODE: 2
P1
P2
P3
N
2
NC
1S
1L
2S
2L
3S
3L
DO/PO
U(+) NC
DI+ NC FG NET1 NET1
+
V(–) NC DO/PO DI– NC FG NET2 NET2
–
System /
Application
P1 P2
Single-phase /
2-wire
System /
Application
Terminal
1S 1L
P1 P2
source
1
2
load
P1 P2
u
source
1
2
source
1
2
V
k
l
K
L
u
v
v
u
V
V
U
P2
P3
source
1
2
3
P2
P3
source
1
2
3
l
L
load
Three-phase /
4-wire,
balanced load
l
K
L
load
P2
P3
u
v
v
u
U
V
V
U
u
v
v
u
U
V
V
U
K
L
k
k
l
K
L
k
l
L
k
k
K
l
L
K
L
L
1S 1L
P1 N
K
L
load
source
1
2
3
N
source
1
2
3
N
1S 1L
k
l
K
L
load
1S 1L
V
P2
P3
k
l
K
L
load
N 1S 1L 2S 2L 3S 3L
P2
P3
N 1S 1L 2S 2L 3S 3L
k
l
K
L
k
K
P1
load
l
K
source
1
2
3
N
1S 1L 2S 2L 3S 3L
K
l
load
P1
L
l
L k
load
source
1
2
3
N
Three-phase /
4-wire,
unbalanced load
k
K
v
U
P1
load
l
load
source
1
2
3
N
l
l
L k
P1 N
1S 1L 2S 2L 3S 3L
l
k
K
source
1
2
3
N
1S 1L 2S 2L 3S 3L
k
source
1
N/2
2/3
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L 3S 3L
u
k
K
P1
source
1
2
3
k
K
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L 3S 3L
load
P1 N
load
P1
source
1
N/2
2/3
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L
U
Single-phase /
3-wire
source
1
N/2
2/3
source
1
2
3
Three-phase /
3-wire,
unbalanced load
(3CT)
load
load
load
P1
l
L
1S 1L
source
1
2
3
source
1
2
3
k
K
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L 3S 3L
Three-phase /
3-wire,
unbalanced load
(2CT)
P1 P2 P3 1S 1L
Three-phase /
3-wire,
balanced load
1S 1L
v
U
Terminal
P2
P3
u v
u v
u v
U V
U V
U V
N
load
l
k
l
K
L
L
1S 1L 2S 2L 3S 3L
k
l
K
L
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k
l
K
L
load
k
l
K
L
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■ EXTERNAL INTERFACE CODE: 2
■ EXTERNAL INTERFACE CODE: 1
DI +
DO/PO1+
DISCRETE
INPUT
DI –
DO/PO+
DO/PO1–
DO/PO2+
DISCRETE
OUTPUT
DO/PO–
DO/PO2–
NET1
DISCRETE
OUTPUT 2
NET1
LON
NET1
NET1
NET2
LON
NET2
LON
NET2
NET2
FG
FG
FG
FG
U(+)
LON
U(+)
POWER
V(–)
• Discrete Input Connection E.g.
DISCRETE
OUTPUT 1
V(–)
POWER
• Discrete Output Connection E.g.
DI +
+
DO/PO+
+
DI –
-
DO/PO–
-
COMMUNICATION CABLE CONNECTION
HOST PC
54UL
54UL
LON
LON
LON
Terminator
CONFIGURATION VIA INFRARED COMMUNICATION
max. 1 meter
Infrared Communication Adaptor
Multi Power Monitor
(model: COP-IRU)
(model: 54UL)
Note 1: Hold down IU button to enter to Infrared Communication mode (IR-READY on the display).
Hold down IU button to exit Infrared Communication mode.
During Infrared Communication mode, data update via LONWORKS or reset and other control functions
by Input Network Variables are not available.
Note 2: COP-IRU communicates with one 54UL.
DO NOT set more than one 54UL to Infrared Communication mode simultaneously.
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LONWORKS COMMUNICATION
■ DEVICE INTERFACE FILE (external interface)
A dedicated Device File ‘54UL_xxx.XIF (xxx = Version)’ is required to set up the 54UL using an integration tool such as Lon
Maker.
On-line download is available for Device Image files at http://www.m-system.co.jp/.
■ TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS
Transmission Mode
Interface
Transfer Rate
Program ID
LonTalk
TP/FT-10
Neuron chip: FT3150
Transceiver: FT-X1 (equivalent to FTT-10A)
78 kbps
9 000DF 1535 0A 04 00
SPID Model Number
Media Channel – TP/FT-10
Usage Class – General
Device Class – Multi-Phase Power Monitor
Manufacturer ID – M-System Co., Ltd.
Standard Format
Address Table
Alias Table
Domain Table
15
13
2
■ FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
The following five Functional Blocks are available. One Object for each block is available.
OBJECT ID
0
1
2
3
4
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK
NodeObject
InstObject
EnergyObject
DemandObject
StatisticsObject
■ SUPPORTED NETWORK VARIABLE TYPES
Supported Network Variable Types and their effective range, resolution are as follows:
TYPE
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_power_f
SNVT_freq_f
SNVT_pwr_fact_f
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
VARIABLE
Current
Voltage
Power
AC frequency
Power factor
Energy
SNVT_lev_percent
Harmonic distortion
EFFECTIVE RANGE
0.000 – 20 000.000 A
0.00 – 400 000.00 V
-2 000 000 000 – +2 000 000 000 (W or var)
0.00 or 45.00 – 65.00 Hz
-1.0000 to +1.0000 cos ϕ
0.0 – 99 999 999.9 (kWh or kvarh)
Reset to 0 when counted up to the maximum value.
0.0 – 163.8 %
RESOLUTION
0.001 A
0.01 V
1 (W or var)
0.01 Hz
0.0001 cos ϕ
0.1 (kWh or kvarh)
0.1 (%)
■ SERVICE PIN & RESET
Refer to “SHORTCUT MENU” in “OPERATION FLOWCHART” section of this manual for Service Pin and Reset operations. Service Pin operation is possible also by pressing/holding PF THD
button.
■ WINK
When WINK command is received, the front display backlight blinks for 5 seconds.
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FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
■ NodeObject FUNCTIONAL BLOCK
NodeObject (Object ID: 0)
Network Variables
nv 0
nv 1
nvoStatus
SNVT_obj_status
nv 2
nvoFileDirectory
SNVT_address
nviRequest
SNVT_obj_request
Configuration Properties
NodeObject :
SCPTlocation
Location
• NodeObject Network Variable
NETWORK VARIABLE
nviRequest
TYPE
SNVT_obj_request
EXPLANATIONS
A request is provided through Object ID (object_id) and Request (object_
request) and its result is output through nvoStatus.
Usable object_id and object_request are as follows:
object_id
0 : All objects
1 : InstObject
2 : EnergyObject
3 : DemandObject
4 : StatisticsObject
Other : Invalid_id
object_request
RQ_NORMAL
Used to return the 54UL to normal status.
Disabled objects are enabled.
RQ_ENABLE
Used to enable disabled objects.
RQ_DISABLE
Used to disable a specified object.
Disabled objects stop sending or resetting network variables.
RQ_REPORT_MASK
Used to set 1 at supported status values and
output to nvoStatus.
RQ_UPDATE_STATUS
Used to obtain a specified object status.
If all objects are specified, OR result of individual status values is set at nvoStatus.
RQ_CLEAR_STATUS
Used to clear error counter and others.
The following Requests are NOT supported.
RQ_SELF_TEST
RQ_OVERRIDE
RQ_RMV_OVERRIDE
RQ_UPDATE_ALARM
RQ_CLEAR_ALARM
RQ_CLEAR_RESET
RQ_RESET
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NETWORK VARIABLE
nvoStatus
TYPE
SNVT_obj_status
nvoFileDirectory
SNVT_address
EXPLANATIONS
The result of a request entered at nviRequest is output with Object ID
and status value.
FIELD
EXPLANATIONS
object_id
Object ID
Bits following object_id show OR result of individual objects when 0 is set.
invalid_id
Invalid Object ID
invalid_request
Invalid Request
disabled
Object is disabled. Disabled objects stop sending
or resetting network variables.
out_of_limits
The relevant bit of InstObject reads 1 when voltage, current or AC frequency is out of the respective rated range. 0 is read otherwise.
open_circuit
Not supported (always 0)
out_of_service
1 is read during infrared communication mode,
when updating network variables, writing to/resetting input variables and other functions stop.
0 is read otherwise.
mechanical_fault
Not supported (always 0)
feedback_failure
Not supported (always 0)
over_range
Not supported (always 0)
under_range
Not supported (always 0)
electrical_fault
Not supported (always 0)
unable_to_measure
1 is read when network variables are not updated due to certain function failure of the 54UL.
comm_failure
Not supported (always 0)
fail_self_test
Not supported (always 0)
self_test_in_progress
Not supported (always 0)
locked_out
Shows the 54UL is online but unable to operate normally. 1 is read at the bit when either
out_of_service bit or unable_to_measure bit
turns to 1.
manual_control
Not supported (always 0)
in_alarm
Not supported (always 0)
in_override
Not supported (always 0)
report_mask
Shows the response is for RQ_REPORT_MASK
request. With the bit read 1, all other bits supported by the 54UL read 1 and unsupported
ones read 0.
programming_mode
Not supported (always 0)
programming_fail
Not supported (always 0)
alarm_notify_disabled Not supported (always 0)
reserved1
Reserved (always 0)
reserved2
Reserved (always 0)
Used by integration tools.
• NodeObject Configuration Property
CONFIGURATION
PROPERTY
SCPTlocation
TYPE
{Range}
{Default}
SNVT_str_asc
{ascii 31 characters}
{ “” }
EXPLANATIONS
Subsystem information required for use with network recovery tools.
Max. 31 ASCII characters including terminating null character.
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■ InstObject FUNCTIONAL BLOCK
InstObject (Object ID : 1)
Network Variables
nv 3
nv 4
nv 5
nv 6
nv 7
nv 8
nv 9
nv 10
nvoAmp1
SNVT_amp_f
nv 11
nvoVar
SNVT_power_f
nv 12
nvoCosT
SNVT_pwr_fact_f
nv 13
nvoHz
SNVT_freq_f
nv 14
nvoThdAmp1
SNVT_lev_percent
nv 15
nvoThdAmp3
SNVT_lev_percent
nv 16
nvoThdVol12
SNVT_lev_percent
nv 17
nvoThdVol31
SNVT_lev_percent
nvoAmp2
SNVT_amp_f
nvoAmp3
SNVT_amp_f
nvoAmpN
SNVT_amp_f
nvoVol1
SNVT_vol_f
nvoVol2
SNVT_vol_f
nvoVol3
SNVT_vol_f
nvoWat
SNVT_power_f
Configuration Properties
InstObject :
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
Sending interval
Power ON delay time
Operation mode seting
• InstObject Network Variable
NETWORK VARIABLE
nvoAmp1
nvoAmp2
nvoAmp3
nvoAmpN
TYPE
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
nvoVol1
nvoVol2
nvoVol3
nvoWat
nvoVar
nvoCosT
nvoHz
nvoThdAmp1
nvoThdAmp3
nvoThdVol12
nvoThdVol31
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_power_f
SNVT_power_f
SNVT_pwr_fact_f
SNVT_freq_f
SNVT_lev_percent
SNVT_lev_percent
SNVT_lev_percent
SNVT_lev_percent
EXPLANATIONS
Current, Line 1
Current, Line 2
Current, Line 3
Neutral current
Valid only with single-phase/3-wire (3.00), 3-phase/4-wire unbalanced or
3-phase/3-wire unbalanced (3CT) system. Always 0 with other systems.
Voltage 1 *1
Voltage 2 *1
Voltage 3 *1
Active power
Reactive power
Power factor
AC frequency
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 1
Current total harmonic distortion, Line 3
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 1 – 2
Delta voltage total harmonic distortion, 3 – 1
*1. Assignments depend upon system configuration.
Single-phase/2wire
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Single-phase/3-wire
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Three-phase/3-wire
Voltage 1: Delta 1 – 2
Three-phase/4-wire
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Voltage 2: 0
Voltage 2: Delta 3 – 1
Voltage 2: Delta 2 – 3
Voltage 2: Phase 2
Voltage 3: 0
Voltage 3: Phase 3
Voltage 3: Delta 3 – 1
Voltage 3: Phase 3
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• InstObject Configuration Property
CONFIGURATION
PROPERTY
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
TYPE
{Range}
{Default}
SNVT_time_sec
{0.0-6553.4}
{3.0}
SNVT_time_sec
{0.0-6553.4}
{0.0}
SNVT_state
{0 or 1}
{0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0}
EXPLANATIONS
Sending time intervals of output network variables.
The 54UL does not send out network variables when 6553.4 (sec.) is set.
Used for polling.
Delay time to start sending network variables after the power is turned
on.
Bit 0 (first bit) determines the network variable’s sending pattern by
each sending cycle. See the figure below.
0 = All bound variables are sent.
1 = Bound variables are sent one by one.
• SCPTdirection bit 0 = 0
Power ON
Send
all nv
SCPTpwrUpDelay time
Send
all nv
SCPTmaxSendTime time
Send
all nv
SCPTmaxSendTime time
Send
all nv
SCPTmaxSendTime time
• SCPTdirection bit 0 = 1
Power ON
Send
1st nv
SCPTpwrUpDelay time
Send
2nd nv
SCPTmaxSendTime time
Send
last nv
Send
1st nv
SCPTmaxSendTime time
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■ EnergyObject FUNCTIONAL BLOCK
EnergyObject (Object ID : 2)
Network Variables
nv 18
nviResetEnergy
SNVT_swtich
nv 19
nvoWhIn
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
nv 20
nvoWhOut
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
nv 21
nvoVarhInLag
SNVT_elek_kwh_l
nv 22
nvoVarhInLead
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
nv 23
nvoVarhOutLag
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
nv 24
nvoVarhOutLead
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
Configuration Properties
EnergyObject :
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
Sending interval
Power ON delay time
Operation mode seting
• EnergyObject Network Variable
NETWORK VARIABLE
nviResetEnergy
TYPE
SNVT_switch
nvoWhIn
nvoWhOut
nvoVarInLag
nvoVarInLead
nvoVarOutLag
nvoVarOutLead
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
SNVT_elec_kwh_l
EXPLANATIONS
Energy value is reset (clear to 0) when {*.* 1} is entered.
(*.* = numeric other than 0.0)
Be aware that the value is reset every time {*.* 1} is entered even continuously.
Active energy, incoming
Active energy, outgoing
Active energy, incoming/LAG
Active energy, incoming/LEAD
Active energy, outgoing/LAG
Active energy, outgoing/LEAD
• EnergyObject Configuration Property
CONFIGURATION
PROPERTY
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
TYPE
EXPLANATIONS
SNVT_time_sec
SNVT_time_sec
SNVT_state
Common with SCPTmaxSendTime for InstObject.
Common with SCPTpwrUpDelay for InstObject.
Common with SCPTdirection for InstObject.
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■ DemandObject FUNCTIONAL BLOCK
DemandObject (Object ID : 3)
Network Variables
nv 25
nviUpdateDemand
SNVT_swtich
nv 27
nvoDemAmp1
SNVT_amp_f
nv 26
nviResetDemand
SNVT_swtich
nv 28
nvoDemAmp2
SNVT_amp_f
nv 29
nvoDemAmp3
SNVT_amp_f
nv 30
nvoDemWat
SNVT_power_f
nv 31
nvoDemVar
SNVT_power_f
Configuration Properties
DemandObject :
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
Sending interval
Power ON delay time
Operation mode seting
• DemandObject Network Variable
NETWORK VARIABLE
nviUpdateDemand
TYPE
SNVT_switch
nviResetDemand
SNVT_switch
nvoDemAmp1
nvoDemAmp2
nvoDemAmp3
nvoDemWat
nvoDemVar
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_power_f
SNVT_power_f
EXPLANATIONS
Average (demand) interval time is reset (clear to 0) when {*.* 1} is entered. Average value for the relevant variable during the interval time
period is calculated and updated. (*.* = numeric other than 0.0)
Average values are updated regardless of nviUpdateDemand status by
automatic updating setting.
Forcibly updated regardless of nviUpdateDemand status or automatic
updating setting if there is no update for 100 minutes.
Be aware that the value is reset every time {*.* 1} is entered even continuously.
Average values are reset (clear to 0) when {*.* 1} is entered.
(*.* = numeric other than 0.0)
Be aware that the value is reset every time {*.* 1} is entered even continuously.
Current AVG, Line 1
Current AVG, Line 2
Current AVG, Line 3
Active power AVG
Reactive power AVG
• DemandObject Configuration Property
CONFIGURATION
PROPERTY
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
TYPE
EXPLANATIONS
SNVT_time_sec
SNVT_time_sec
SNVT_state
Common with SCPTmaxSendTime for InstObject.
Common with SCPTpwrUpDelay for InstObject.
Common with SCPTdirection for InstObject.
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■ StatisticsObject FUNCTIONAL BLOCK
StatisticsObject (Object ID : 4)
Network Variables
nv 32
nviResetStat
SNVT_swtich
nv 33
nv 34
nv 35
nv 36
nv 37
nv 38
nv 39
nv 40
nv 41
nvoMaxAmp1
SNVT_amp_f
nv 42
nvoMinVol3
SNVT_vol_f
nv 43
nvoMaxThdAmp
SNVT_lev_percent
nv 44
nvoMaxThdVol
SNVT_lev_percent
nv 45
nvoMaxDemAmp1
SNVT_amp_f
nv 46
nvoMaxDemAmp2
SNVT_amp_f
nv 47
nvoMaxDemAmp3
SNVT_amp_f
nv 48
nvoMaxDemWat
SNVT_power_f
nv 49
nvoMaxDemVar
SNVT_power_f
nvoMaxAmp2
SNVT_amp_f
nvoMaxAmp3
SNVT_amp_f
nvoMaxAmpN
SNVT_amp_f
nvoMaxVol1
SNVT_vol_f
nvoMaxVol2
SNVT_vol_f
nvoMaxVol3
SNVT_vol_f
nvoMinVol1
SNVT_vol_f
nvoMinVol2
SNVT_vol_f
Configuration Properties
StatisticsObject :
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
Sending interval
Power ON delay time
Operation mode seting
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• StatisticsObject Network Variable
NETWORK VARIABLE
nviResetStat
TYPE
SNVT_switch
nvoMaxAmp1
nvoMaxAmp2
nvoMaxAmp3
nvoMaxAmpN
nvoMaxVol1
nvoMaxVol2
nvoMaxVol3
nvoMinVol1
nvoMinVol2
nvoMinVol3
nvoMaxThdAmp
nvoMaxThdVol
nvoMaxDemAmp1
nvoMaxDemAmp2
nvoMaxDemAmp3
nvoMaxDemWat
nvoMaxDemVar
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_vol_f
SNVT_lev_percent
SNVT_lev_percent
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_amp_f
SNVT_power_f
SNVT_power_f
EXPLANATIONS
Max/Min values are reset (set with present value) when {*.* 1} is entered. (*.* = numeric other than 0.0)
Be aware that the value is reset every time {*.* 1} is entered even continuously.
Current MAX, Line 1
Current MAX, Line 2
Current MAX, Line 3
Neutral current MAX
Voltage MAX 1 *1
Voltage MAX 2 *1
Voltage MAX 3 *1
Voltage MIN 1 *1
Voltage MIN 2 *1
Voltage MIN 3 *1
Current total harmonic distortion MAX *2
Voltage total harmonic distortion MAX *2
Current MAX AVG, Line 1
Current MAX AVG, Line 2
Current MAX AVG, Line 3
Active power MAX AVG
Reactive power MAX AVG
*1. Assignments depend upon system configuration.
Single-phase/2wire
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Voltage 2: 0
Voltage 3: 0
Single-phase/3-wire
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Voltage 2: Delta 3 – 1
Voltage 3: Phase 3
Three-phase/3-wire
Voltage 1: Delta 1 – 2
Voltage 2: Delta 2 – 3
Voltage 3: Delta 3 – 1
Three-phase/4-wire
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Voltage 2: Phase 2
Voltage 3: Phase 3
*2. Maximum value among the following is assigned depending upon system configuration.
Single-phase/2wire
Voltage: Phase 1
Current: Line 1
Single-phase/3-wire
Voltage: Phase 1 or 3
Current: Line 1 or 3
Three-phase/3-wire balanced (1CT)
Voltage: Delta 1 – 2, 2 –3 or 3 – 1 Current: Line 1
Three-phase/3-wire unbalanced (2CT) Voltage: Delta 1 – 2, 2 –3 or 3 – 1 Current: Line 1 or 3
Three-phase/3-wire unbalanced (3CT) Voltage: Delta 1 – 2, 2 –3 or 3 – 1 Current: Line 1, 2 or 3
Three-phase/4-wire balanced (1CT)
Voltage 1: Phase 1
Current: Line 1
Three-phase/4-wire unbalanced (3CT) Voltage 1: Phase 1, 2, or 3
Current: Line 1, 2 or 3
• StatisticsObject Configuration Property
CONFIGURATION
PROPERTY
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTpwrUpDelay
SCPTdirection
TYPE
EXPLANATIONS
SNVT_time_sec
SNVT_time_sec
SNVT_state
Common with SCPTmaxSendTime for InstObject.
Common with SCPTpwrUpDelay for InstObject.
Common with SCPTdirection for InstObject.
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OPERATION FLOWCHART
■ DISPLAY
(1) SYMBOL
(2) MEASURANDS
(3) UNIT
(1)
(2)
(4) LINE 1
(5) LINE 2
(6) LINE 3
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
∑
Current
Activer power
Power factor
∑1
(7) LINE 4
VIEW NO.
0
A
W
PF
(3)
■ CONTROL BUTTON OPERATIONS
FUNCTIONS
BUTTON OPERATION
∑
IU
PQS
PF THD
MAX
E PRG ESC
∑
Hold down
E PRG ESC
Hold down
IU
∑
+
+
IU
Hold down
PQS
Hold down
PF THD
Hold down
PF THD
E PRG ESC
Hold down
Hold down
NORMAL MODE
Indicates ∑ values
Indicates Voltage or Current
Indicates Power
Indicates Power Factor or THD
SETTING MODE
Go Left
Go Right
Go Down
Go Up
Indicates totalized values
(max., min., average/demand)
Selects menu; Enables setting changes
Switches Energy readings
Switches to My Default mode
Switches to Setting mode
Indicates nth Harmonic distortion
Switches Energy reading units
Switches to Infrared Communication mode
Indicates the shortcut menu
LONWORKS Service Pin
Cancels setting changes
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■ HOW TO SWITCH THE DISPLAY VIEWS
∑
IU
PQS
PF THD
Pressing one of
buttons switches the view to the one of top among those assigned to
the respective button. Pressing the same button continuously switches it to more selections in turn.
∑
IU
0
∑1
∑
A
var
V
kWh
RS 1-2 Delta voltage
V
ST 2-3 Delta voltage
V
RT 3-1 Delta voltage
V
Selected energy reading*
48
Current
Apparent power
Frequency
High tariff
A
VA
Hz
kWh
U
304
R 1-N Phase voltage
V
S 2-N Phase voltage
V
T 3-N Phase voltage
V
Selected energy reading*
32
64
∑5
∑
Active power
Line 1 Current
Line 2 Current
Line 3 Current
272
R Phase 1 Reactive power var
S Phase 2 Reactive power var
T Phase 3 Reactive power var
Selected energy reading*
U
S
288
768
R Phase 1 Power factor cos ϕ
S Phase 2 Power factor cos ϕ
T Phase 3 Power factor cos ϕ
Selected energy reading*
528
3P4W 3.00
--N Neutral current
A
--Selected energy reading*
UT
W
A
A
A
∑6
∑
Q
Current
Reactive power
Voltage
High tariff
∑4
∑
I
A
W
V
kWh
PF
512
R Phase 1 Active power W
S Phase 2 Active power W
T Phase 3 Active power W
Selected energy reading*
Current
Active power
Voltage
High tariff
16
P
256
A
W
cos ϕ
kWh
∑3
∑
I
PF THD
A
R Line 1 Current
A
S Line 2 Current
A
T Line 3 Current
Selected energy reading*
Current
Active power
Power factor
High tariff
∑2
∑
PQS
THDI
784
R Line 1 Current THD
%
S Line 2 Current THD
%
T Line 3 Current THD
%
Selected energy reading*
544
THDI
800
--3P4W 3.00
%
N Neutral current THD
--Selected energy reading*
R Phase 1 Apparent power VA
S Phase 2 Apparent power VA
T Phase 3 Apparent power VA
Selected energy reading*
THDU
816
RS 1-2 Delta voltage THD %
ST 2-3 Delta voltage THD %
RT 3-1 Delta voltage THD %
Selected energy reading*
320
THDU
RS 1-2 Phase angle
ST 2-3 Phase angle
RT 3-1 Phase angle
Selected energy reading*
832
R 1-N Phase voltage THD %
S 2-N Phase voltage THD %
T 3-N Phase voltage THD %
Selected energy reading*
80
Active power
1-2 Delta Voltage
2-3 Delta Voltage
3-1 Delta Voltage
W
V
V
V
∑1 thr. ∑6 views in the above figure shows the factory setting. These combinations can be changed.
MAX
button switches the presently displayed view to its extension views if any.
Pressing the same button continuously switches it to more selections in turn.
Basic and extension views are all listed in the table in the following page.
[Example] Pressing
MAX
button on the view No. 768 (power factor) switches it to extension views as below.
MAX
PF
768
R Phase 1 Power factor cos ϕ
S Phase 2 Power factor cos ϕ
T Phase 3 Power factor cos ϕ
Selected energy reading*
*Selected with
E PRG ESC
P-MAX
769
R Phase 1 Power factor MAX cos ϕ
S Phase 2 Power factor MAX cos ϕ
T Phase 3 Power factor MAX cos ϕ
P-MIN
770
R Phase 1 Power factor MIN cos ϕ
S Phase 2 Power factor MIN cos ϕ
T Phase 3 Power factor MIN cos ϕ
button.
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• Basic and Extension View Parameters
∑ view
PRMTR
BASIC PARAMETER
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Not assigned
Current
Voltage
Active power
Reactive power
Apparent power
Power factor
Frequency
Current, Line 1
Current, Line 2
Current, Line 3
Neutral current 3P4W 3.00
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
THD, Current, Line 1
THD, Current, Line 2
THD, Current, Line 3
THD, Neutral current 3P4W 3.00
THD, Delta voltage, 1 - 2
THD, Delta voltage, 2 - 3
THD, Delta voltage, 3 - 1
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 1
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 2
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 3
EXTENSION
AVE
AVE
AVE
HIST1 HIST2 HIST3
AVE
HIST4
MAX
AVE
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
MAX
MIN
AVE
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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(out)
X
X
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∑ view
PRMTR
40
41
42
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
210
211
212
213
310
311
312
313
BASIC PARAMETER
Phase angle between phase voltages, 1 - 2
Phase angle between phase voltages, 2 - 3
Phase angle between phase voltages, 3 - 1
Active energy, high tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, high tariff, LAG
Apparent energy, high tariff
Active energy, high tariff, outgoing
Reactive energy, high tariff, LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming/LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming/LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing/LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing/LEAD
Energy count time, high tariff
Active energy, low tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, low tariff, LAG
Apparent energy, low tariff
Active energy, low tariff, outgoing
Reactive energy, low tariff, LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming/LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming/LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing/LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing/LEAD
Energy count time, low tariff
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing
Active energy, high tariff, incoming - outgoing
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming + outgoing
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing
Active energy, low tariff, incoming - outgoing
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming + outgoing
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■ HARMONIC
IU
+ PF THD
∑
IU
Hold down both buttons for 1 second or more to switch from various setting mode to the harmonics.
PQS
Press triangle buttons to switch the views.
PF THD
1024
Line 1 Current 2nd HD %
Line 1 Current 3rd HD
Line 1 Current 4th HD
I1 02-04
1025
Line 1 Current 5th HD %
Line 1 Current 6th HD
Line 1 Current 7th HD
I1 05-07
I3 through U2N*1
· · · · ·
3-N Phase voltage 5th HD %
3-N Phase voltage 6th HD
3-N Phsae voltage 7th HD
U3N 05-07
I3 through U2N*1
· · · · ·
3-N Phase voltage 8th HD %
3-N Phase voltage 9th HD
3-N Phsae voltage 10th HD
U3N 08-10
1169
1170
·
·
· 11 through 28
·
·
1033
*1. I3
IN
U12
U23
U31
U1N
U2N
3-N Phase voltage 2nd HD %
3-N Phase voltage 3rd HD
3-N Phsae voltage 4th HD
U3N 02-04
1042
Line 2 Current 8th HD %
Line 2 Current 9th HD
Line 2 Current 10th HD
I2 08-10
·
·
· 11 through 28
·
·
Line 1 Current 29th HD %
Line 1 Current 30th HD
Line 1 Current 31st HD
I1 29-31
I3 through U2N*1
· · · · ·
1041
Line 2 Current 5th HD %
Line 2 Current 6th HD
Line 2 Current 7th HD
I2 05-07
1026
Line 1 Current 8th HD %
Line 1 Current 9th HD
Line 1 Current 10th HD
I1 08-10
1168
1040
Line 2 Current 2nd HD %
Line 2 Current 3rd HD
Line 2 Current 4th HD
I2 02-04
·
·
· 11 through 28
·
·
1049
Line 2 Current 29th HD %
Line 2 Current 30th HD
Line 2 Current 31st HD
I2 29-31
1177
3-N Phase voltage 29th HD %
3-N Phase voltage 30th HD
3-N Phsae voltage 31st HD
U3N 29-31
I3 through U2N*1
· · · · ·
: Line 3 Current HD
: Neutral current HD 3P4W 3.00
: 1-2 Delta voltage HD
: 2-3 Delta voltage HD
: 3-1 Delta voltage HD
: 1-N Phase voltage HD
: 2-N Phase voltage HD
■ SHORTCUT MENU
Hold down PQS
button until the 4th line is switched to the shortcut menu.
Resetting alarm trip and other operations are swiftly executed using this menu.
Press
PQS
Press MAX
button one or more times to scroll the menu.
button to execute a menu command.
Press any other button to exit the shortcut menu.
PQS
(alternate)
SERVICE
LONWORKS service pin
PF THD
Hold down
RESET LON
LONWORKS reset
CLR ALARM
Reset alarm trip (unlatching)
MYDEFAULT
Show My Default view
∑
Hold down
COM-MODE
Go to COM mode
IU
Hold down
(alternate)
CONFIG
Go to PC configuration mode
E PRG ESC
Hold down
HARMONIC/MEASURAND
Show HD by degrees
IU
+ PF THD
ENE UNIT
Switch the energy unit
∑
+
E PRG ESC
Hold down
Hold down
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■ HOW TO SWITCH THE DISPLAY FOR LINE 4
∑
+
E PRG ESC
Hold down both buttons for 1 second or more to switch the watt-hour unit with or without ‘k.’
E PRG ESC
0
10
+ EP / Active energy (incoming)
Wh
+ EQ / Reactive energy (lag)
varh
+ ES / Apparent energy
VAh
–
EP– / Active energy (outgoing)
Wh
–
EQ– / Reactive energy (lead)
varh
+ L-EP / Active energy (incoming)
Wh
+ L-EQ / Reactive energy (lag)
varh
+ L-ES / Apparent energy
VAh
–
L-EP– / Active energy (outgoing)
Wh
–
L-EQ– / Reactive energy (lead)
varh
1
11
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
+ EQ+LAG / Reactive energy (incoming/lag)
varh
+ EQ+LEAD / Reactive energy (incoming/lead)
varh
+ L-EQ+LAG / Reactive energy (incoming/lag)
varh
+ L-EQ+LEAD / Reactive energy (incoming/lead)
varh
6
16
Tariff function
Disabled
7
–
EQ–LAG / Reactive energy (outgoing/lag)
varh
–
EQ–LEAD / Reactive energy (outgoing/lead)
varh
E PRG ESCAPE
17
–
L-EQ–LAG / Reactive energy (outgoing/lag)
varh
–
L-EQ–LEAD / Reactive energy (outgoing/lead)
varh
8
18
210
+ EQ+P / Reactive energy (incoming)
310
+ L-EQ+P / Reactive energy (incoming)
varh
varh
211
311
–
EQ–P / Reactive energy (outgoing)
varh
±
EPA / Active energy (incoming – outgoing)
–
EQA / Reactive energy (incoming + outgoing)
varh
TIMER / Energy count time
h
–
L-EQ–P / Reactive energy (outgoing)
varh
±
L-EPA / Active energy (incoming – outgoing)
–
L-EQA / Reactive energy (incoming + outgoing)
varh
L-TIMER / Energy count time
h
212
312
Wh
213
Wh
313
9
19
Tariff function
Enabled
OL : Overrange input
ERR : System error
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■ PROGRAMMING FLOWCHART
PF THD
MAX
PQS
: Move between menu items
: Select
E PRG ESC
: Go up one level in the chart
Enter Passcode
0000 thr. 9999 (0000)
Device information
(DEV.INFO)
Model No. 54Ux
Firmware version No.
Serial No.
Reset alarm
(CLR ALARM)
NO : Cancel
YES : Reset
Reset count
(RESET)
ENERGY : Total energy
MAX/MIN : Max/Min values
DEMAND : Average
Switch tariff
(TARIFF)
PEAK : High tariff (*)
OFF PEAK : Low tariff
Reboot device
(REBOOT)
NO : Cancel
YES : Reboot
Change Passcode
(PASSCODE)
0000 thr. 9999
Loop test *1
Execute
Change Setting
(SETTINGS)
Input Setting
(INPUT)
E PRG ESC
Hold down ≥ 2 sec.
Bargraph indication
setting
(BAR)
System configuration
(SYSTEM)
1P2W : Single-phase/2-wire
1P3W : Single-phase/3-wire
3P3W-B : 3-phase/3-wire balanced
3P3W-UB : 3-phase/3-wire unbalanded (*)
3P4W-B : 3-phase/4-wire balanced
3P4W-UB : 3-phase/4-wire unbalanced (*)
CT rating, primary
(CT-PRI)
1 thr. 20 000 A (1 or 5A)
CT rating, secondary
(CT-SEC)
1 thr. 5 A (1 or 5A)
VT rating, primary
(VT-PRI)
50 thr. 400 000 V (110V)
VT rating, secondary
(VT-SEC)
50 thr. 500 V (110V)
AC frequency
(FREQUENCY)
U1 : Voltage ( *)
I1 : Current
Low-end cutout, current
(CUTOUT-I)
0.0 thr. 99.9% of the rating (1.0%)
Low-end cutout, voltage
(CUTOUT-U)
0.0 thr. 99.9% of the rating (1.0%)
Following parameters
are programmable
I
U
P
Q
S
PF
F
THD
PHASE DIF
Maximum value
(UPPER)
*2
Minimum value
(LOWER)
*2
(*) or ( ) : Factory setting
System configuration factory setting
54UL-1: 3P3W-UB
54UL-2: 3P4W-UB
*1. Simulated output without applying actual input signals.
[Loop Test]
IU
Press MAX
button to switch among outputs. Press
buttons to increase/decrease output signal or to change output status (ON or OFF).
PQS
PF THD
*2. Refer to “SETTING BARGRAPH INDICATION ” in “SETTING EXAMPLE” section.
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Change Setting
(SETTINGS)
Demand Setting
(DEMAND)
Energy Setting
(ENERGY)
Discrete I/O
Setting (DIO)
DO
DI
DO
Alarm Output Setting
(ALARM)
Average current
(I)
DIN : External discrete input
1 thr. 60 : Minutes (30)
Average power
(POWER)
DIN : External discrete input
1 thr. 60 : Minutes (30)
Pulse output 1
(COUNT1)
*3
Pulse weight 1
(WEIGHT1)
0.1 thr. 10 000.0 :
kWh / kvarh / kVAh (1.0)
Pulse width 1
(DURATION1)
100 thr. 2 000 ms (100 ms increments)
(100)
Tariff switching
(TARIFF)
DISABLE (*)
ENABLE
Pulse output 2
(COUNT2)
*3
Pulse weight 2
(WEIGHT2)
0.1 thr. 10 000.0 :
kWh / kvarh / kVAh (1.0)
Pulse width 2
(DURATION2)
100 thr. 2 000 ms (100 ms increments)
(100)
Discrete output 1 function
(DO1-FUNC)
NO FUNC : Not used (*)
ENERGY : Energy count pulse
ALARM : Alarm output
Discrete output 1 mode
(DO1-TYPE)
N-O : Normally open (*)
N-C : Normally closed
Discrete input function
(DIN-FUNC)
NO FUNC : Not used (*)
DEMAND : Update demand
RESET E : Reset energy
CLR ALARM : Reset alarm
TARIFF : Switch tariff
Discrete input type
(DIN-TYPE)
N-O : Normally open (*)
N-C : Normally closed
Discrete output 2 function
(DO2-FUNC)
NO FUNC : Not used (*)
ENERGY : Energy count pulse
ALARM : Alarm output
Discrete output 2 mode
(DO2-TYPE)
N-O : Normally open (*)
N-C : Normally closed
Power ON delay time
(POWON DLY)
0 thr. 999 seconds (0)
Latching
(LATCHING)
DISABLE (*)
ENABLE
Measurands *4
I1-3
IN 3P4W 3.00
U12-31
U1N-3N
P
Q
S
PF
F
I1-3 AVG
IN AVG 3P4W 3.00
P AVG
Q AVG
S AVG
THDI1-3
THDIN 3P4W 3.00
THDU12-31
THDU1N-3N
UT12-31
High setpoint
(HIGH)
HIGH : *4 (0)
Low setpoint
(LOW)
LOW : *4 (0)
Hysteresis (deadband)
(HYSTERES)
0.0 thr. 99.9% (0.0)
Alarm ON delay time
(ON DELAY)
0 thr. 999 seconds (0)
Alarm output
(OUTPUT)
DISABLE : Disable alarm (*)
DISP ONLY : Display only
DOUT1 : Discrete output 1 + display
DOUT2 : Discrete output 2 + display
DO
(*) or ( ) : Factory setting
*3. Refer to "ENERGY COUNT TYPE" later in this section.
*4. Refer to "ALARM OUTPUT SETTING" later in this section.
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Change Setting
(SETTINGS)
Display Setting
(DISPLAY)
Backlight
(BACKLIGHT)
My Default View
(DEFAULT)
∑ View
Customization
(CUSTOMIZE)
Operating mode
(MODE)
AUTO : ON by operation and at alarm *5
OFF by timer (*)
ON : Continuously ON
OFF : Continuously OFF
Operatint time
(OFF TIMER)
1 thr. 999 seconds (600)
Display brightness
(BRIGHTNESS)
1 : Dark
2 : Normal (*)
3 : Bright
View type memory
(MODE)
CURRENT : Save the view on display
CYCLIC : ∑ view auto cyclic switching
Recover-to-default time
(TIMER)
DISABLE : No auto recovery (*)
1 thr. 999 sec. from last operation
∑1
∑2
∑3
∑4
∑5
∑6
Choose measurands to be displayed on
Line 1 thr. Line 4
Reset customization
(RESET)
NO : Cancel
YES : Reset
Display Update
Rate (UPD RATE)
0 : Fastest (*)
1 thr. 60 seconds
Shortcut Menu
(SHORTCUT)
Reset Alarm
(CLR ALARM)
ENABLE
DISABLE
Option Setting
(OPTION)
Power factor sign
(PF SIGN)
IEC (*)
IEEE
Reactive power sign
(Q SIGN)
IEC (*)
SPECIAL : Outgoing power sign inverted
Reactiver power calcul.
(QN CALC)
VEC S-P : √ Sn2 – Pn2 (*)
SIGMA UI : Reactive power meter method
Apparent power calcul.
(S CALC)
VEC P+Q (*)
S1+S2+S3
Power unit format
(P FORMAT)
9.999K (*)
9999
Backup setting
(BACKUP)
NO : Cancel
YES : Backup
Restore setting
(RESTORE)
NO : Cancel
YES : Read
Initialization
(CLEAR ALL)
NO : Cancel
YES : Initialize
Maintenance Setting
(MAINTE)
(*) or ( ) : Factory setting
*5. The backlight turns on regardless of this setting in case of alarms/errors.
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■ ALARM OUTPUT SETTING
DEFINITION
ID *1
I1-3
Current, Line 1 thr. Line 3
Neutral current 3P4W 3.00
IN
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)
Average neutral current (demand) 3P4W 3.00
IN AVG
P AVG
Average active power (demand)
Q AVG
Average reactive power (demand)
S AVG
Average apparent power (demand)
THD I1-3
THD, Current, Line 1 thr. Line 3
THD, Neutral current 3P4W 3.00
THD IN
THD U12-31
THD, Delta voltage, Line 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
THD U1N-3N
THD, Phase voltage, Phase 1 thr. Phase 3
UT12-31
Phase angle between voltages, Phase 1 – 2, 2 – 3, 3 – 1
*1. Indicated while in alarm conditions.
LOW SETPOINT
0.000
0
0.00
0.00
-2 000 000 000
-2 000 000 000
0
-1.0000
45.00
0.000
0
-2 000 000 000
-2 000 000 000
0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-180
HIGH SETPOINT
20 000.000
20 000
400 000.00
400 000.00
2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
1.0000
65.00
20 000.000
20 000
2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
2 000 000 000
999.9
999.9
999.9
999.9
180
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UNIT
A
A
V
V
W
var
VA
--Hz
A
A
W
var
VA
%
%
%
%
°
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■ ENERGY COUNT TYPE
ID
T-EP
T-EQ
T-ES
T-EP –
T-EQ –
T-EQ + LAG
T-EQ + LEAD
T-EQ – LAG
T-EQ – LEAD
T-EQ + P
T-EQ – P
T-EPA
T-EQA
EP
EQ
ES
EP –
EQ –
EQ + LAG
EQ + LEAD
EQ – LAG
EQ – LEAD
EQ + P
EQ – P
EPA
EQA
L-EP
L-EQ
L-ES
L-EP –
L-EQ –
L-EQ + LAG
L-EQ + LEAD
L-EQ – LAG
L-EQ – LEAD
L-EQ + P
L-EQ – P
L-EPA
L-EQA
(*) Factory setting
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
Reactive energy, incoming
Reactive energy, outgoing
Active energy, (incoming – outgoing)
Reactive energy, (incoming + outgoing)
Active energy, high tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, high tariff, LAG
Apparent energy, high tariff
Active energy, high tariff, outgoing
Reactive energy, high tariff, LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming, LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming, LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing, LAG
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing, LEAD
Reactive energy, high tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, high tariff, outgoing
Active energy, high tariff, (incoming – outgoing)
Reactive energy, high tariff, (incoming + outgoing)
Active energy, low tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, low tariff, LAG
Apparent energy, low tariff
Active energy, low tariff, outgoing
Reactive energy, low tariff, LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming, LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming, LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing, LAG
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing, LEAD
Reactive energy, low tariff, incoming
Reactive energy, low tariff, outgoing
Active energy, low tariff, (incoming – outgoing)
Reactive energy, low tariff, (incoming + outgoing)
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SETTING EXAMPLES
■ SETTING INPUT CONFIGURATION
Input system: Three-phase / 3-wire, Change Setting
unbalanced load
(SETTINGS)
CT ratio: 300A / 5A
VT ratio: 6600V / 110V
Input Setting
(INPUT)
System configuration
(SYSTEM)
3P3W-UB : 3-phase/3-wire unbalanced
CT rating, primary
(CT-PRI)
300A
CT rating, secondary
(CT-SEC)
5A
VT rating, primary
(VT-PRI)
6600V
VT rating, secondary
(VT-SEC)
110V
■ SETTING BARGRAPH INDICATION (Refer to “PROGRAMMING FLOWCHART” in “OPERATION FLOWCHART” section.)
Current range: 0 – 150A
Voltage range: 0 – 9000V
150A
Bargraph Indication
Current range
Change Setting
Maximum value
Active power range:
(5A)
(BAR)
(I)
(SETTINGS)
(UPPER)
0 – 1.800MW
Minimum value
Reactive power range:
0A (*)
(LOWER)
0 – 1.800Mvar
Apparent power range:
9000V
Voltage range
Maximum value
0 – 1.800MVA
(300V)
(U)
(UPPER)
Power factor range:
Minimum value
LEAD 0.5 – 1 – LAG 0.5
0V (*)
(LOWER)
Frequency: 55 – 65 Hz
Active power range
(P)
Reactive power range
(Q)
Apparent power range
(S)
Power factor range
(PF)
Frequency
(F)
Harmonic distortion
(THD)
Phase difference
(PHASE DIF)
(*) or ( ): Factory setting
Maximum value
(UPPER)
1.800MW
(1500W)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
0W (*)
Maximum value
(UPPER)
1.800Mvar
(1500var)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
0var (*)
Maximum value
(UPPER)
1.800MVA
(1500VA)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
0VA (*)
Maximum value
(UPPER)
0.500 cos ϕ
(1.0 cos ϕ)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
-0.500 cos ϕ
(0 cos ϕ)
Maximum value
(UPPER)
65.00 Hz (*)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
55.00 Hz
(45 Hz)
Maximum value
(UPPER)
100 % (*)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
0 % (*)
Maximum value
(UPPER)
180° (*)
Minimum value
(LOWER)
-180° (*)
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■ SETTING ALARM OUTPUT
Measurand: Current
Low setpoint: 50A
High setpoint: 120A
Hysteresis (deadband): 1%
Alarm ON delay time: 1 second
Discrete output: DO1
Change Setting
(SETTINGS)
■ SETTING ENERGY COUNT OUTPUT
Measurand: Active energy
Change Setting
Pulse weight: 1 kWh/count
(SETTINGS)
ON pulse width: 500 msec.
Discrete output: DO2
Discrete I/O Setting
(DIO)
Alarm Output Setting
(ALARM)
Discrete I/O Setting
(DIO)
Energy Setting
(ENERGY)
Discrete output function
(DO1-FUNC)
ALARM : Alarm output
Discrete output mode
(DO1-TYPE)
N-O : Normally open
Measurands
(I1-3)
High setpoint
(HIGH)
120A
Low setpoint
(LOW)
50A
Hysteresis (deadband)
(HYSTERES)
1.0
Alarm ON delay time
(ON DELAY)
1
Alarm output
(OUTPUT)
DOUT
Discrete output function
(DO2-FUNC)
ENERGY : Energy count pulse
Discrete output mode
(DO2-TYPE)
N-O : Normally open
Pulse output
(COUNT2)
EP : Active energy
Pulse weight
(WEIGHT)
1.0
Pulse width
(DURATION)
500
Tariff switching
(TARIFF)
DISABLE
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OPERATION EXAMPLES
■ HOW TO SET BARGRAPH INDICATION
■ HOW TO CHANGE VALUES (e.g. 5.000A to 150.0A)
Measured value display
press E.PRG.ESC button
2 seconds or more
press MAX
press PQS
press PF THD
press MAX
press
PQS
press MAX
button
button 6 times or
button
button
button
button
press ∑
3 times
press MAX
press
press PQS
5 times
button
press ∑
once
button
PQS
button
button
button
press MAX
button
press PF THD
5 times
press MAX
button
press ∑
once
press E.PRG.ESC button
4 times
button
button
press PF THD
once
button
Measured value display
press MAX
press MAX
button
button
Press
PQS
PF THD
Press
∑
IU
to increase or decrease the value.
to move between digits.
∑
Pressing
at the leftmost digit shifts the value on display to the right by 1 digit.
The decimal point and unit are also switched to appropriate ones.
ERROR MESSAGES
‘ERR’ followed by numerical figures means a system error. Each figure indicates a particular system error status if there are
more than one digit of figures.
FIG
1
2
3
ERROR DIAGNOSTICS
Firmware destroyed
Calibration data destroyed
System parameters destroyed
System parameters stored in the device are destroyed, often due to excessive noise interference.
4
Energy reading data destroyed
Energy reading data stored in the device are destroyed, often due to excessive noise interference.
Average (demand) data destroyed
Average (demand) data stored in the device are destroyed, often due to
excessive noise interference.
Statistical data destroyed
Statistical data (e.g. MAX/MIN values) stored in the device are destroyed,
often due to excessive noise interference.
5
6
WHAT TO DO
Repair at the factory
Repair at the factory
Initialize the system parameters and set
them up again.
Go to SETTINGS ➝ MAINTE ➝ ALL CLEAR
➝ YES
Reset the energy readings (all energy and
time count) to zero.
Go to RESET ➝ ENERGY
Reset the average readings to zero.
Go to RESET ➝ DEMAND
Reset the statistical data to zero.
Go to RESET ➝ MAX/MIN
‘OL’ followed by a space and alphabets means an input overload error. Each alphabet indicates a particular input error if
there are more than one digit of alphabets.
CHR
F
I
U
ERROR DIAGNOSTICS
Either U1 or I1 (selectable) input is lost or the input line frequency is out
of measurable range (45 – 65 Hz).
Either of the current inputs is overload (120% or more of the rating).
Either of the voltage inputs is overload (120% or more of the rating).
WHAT TO DO
Check the input signals/wiring.
Check the input signals.
Check the input signals.
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