PM175.Коммуникационный протокол Modbus. Справочное руководство (англ.)

PM175.Коммуникационный протокол Modbus. Справочное руководство (англ.)

Powermeter and Power Quality

Analyzer PM175

Modbus Communications Protocol

Reference Guide

BG0416 Rev. A6

Every effort has been made to ensure that the material herein is complete and accurate.

However, the manufacturer is not responsible for any mistakes in printing or faulty instructions contained in this book. Notification of any errors or misprints will be received with appreciation.

For further information regarding a particular installation, operation or maintenance of equipment, contact the manufacturer or your local representative or distributor.

REVISION HISTORY

A3 Sep 2007 F/W version 25.1.9 or later.

Added the AX8 Analog expander setup.

A4 Oct 2007 F/W version 25.1.10 or later.

1. Added 3-min power demand interval.

2. Added a tampering attempt event.

A5 Jun 2008 F/W version 25.1.11 or later.

1. Added DST start/end hour setup.

2. Added the current unbalance trigger.

3. Added DNP3 protocol support (F/W version 25.2.1 or later).

4. Fixed EN50160 Harmonic and Interharmonic voltage compliance statistics record structure.

5. Fixed 16-bit I1-I3 harmonic angles addresses.

A6 Mar 2009 F/W version 25.2.4 or later.

1. A selectable transient overvoltage detection method option added to EN 50160.

2. CT primary current extended to 50,000 A.

3. Added an alternative nominal voltage register at 0.1V resolution.

Modbus is a trademark of Schneider Electric.

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Table of Contents

1 GENERAL ..........................................................................................................8

2 MODBUS PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION......................................................9

2.1

Transmission Modes................................................................................................9

2.2

Address Field...........................................................................................................9

2.3

Function Field..........................................................................................................9

2.4

Exception Responses...............................................................................................9

2.5

Modbus Register Addresses ....................................................................................9

2.6

Data Formats.........................................................................................................10

2.6.1

16-

BIT

S

CALED

I

NTEGER

F

ORMAT

.............................................................................. 10

2.6.2

32-

BIT

L

ONG

I

NTEGER

F

ORMAT

................................................................................. 11

2.6.3

32-

BIT

M

ODULO

-10000 F

ORMAT

.............................................................................. 12

2.7

User Assignable Registers.....................................................................................12

2.8

Password Protection .............................................................................................12

2.9

Data Recording and File Transfers ........................................................................13

2.9.1

L

OG

F

ILE

O

RGANIZATION

........................................................................................ 13

Multi-section Files ............................................................................................... 13

Data Log Files .................................................................................................... 13

Profile Data Log Files........................................................................................... 14

Power Quality Statistics Log Files .......................................................................... 14

Waveform Log Files............................................................................................. 14

2.9.2

F

ILE

T

RANSFERS

.................................................................................................. 14

Common File Transfer ......................................................................................... 15

Reading Multi-section Data Log Files...................................................................... 15

Reading Multi-section Waveform Files .................................................................... 16

Reading Real-time Waveforms .............................................................................. 16

3 MODBUS REGISTER MAP ..............................................................................17

3.1

Modbus Setup Registers........................................................................................17

Modbus Assignable Registers ................................................................................ 17

Assignable Registers Map..................................................................................... 17

Modbus Conversion Scales ................................................................................... 17

Device Data Scales ............................................................................................. 17

3.2

16-bit Scaled Analog Registers and Energy Counters - Basic Register Set ...........18

3.3

16-bit Scaled Analog Registers, Binary Registers and Counters ...........................20

None................................................................................................................. 20

Setpoint Status (bitmap) ..................................................................................... 20

Special Inputs .................................................................................................... 20

Event Flags (bitmap) ........................................................................................... 20

Digital Inputs (bitmap) ........................................................................................ 20

Relay Outputs (bitmap) ....................................................................................... 20

Counters ........................................................................................................... 20

1/2-Cycle Values ................................................................................................ 20

1-Cycle Phase Values .......................................................................................... 20

1-Cycle Total Values............................................................................................ 21

1-Cycle Auxiliary Values....................................................................................... 21

Phasor .............................................................................................................. 21

1-Second Phase Values........................................................................................ 22

1-Second Total Values ......................................................................................... 23

1-Second Auxiliary Values.................................................................................... 23

Present Harmonic Demands ................................................................................. 23

Present Volt, Ampere and Power Demands ............................................................. 23

Total Energies .................................................................................................... 24

Phase Energies ................................................................................................... 24

Symmetrical Components .................................................................................... 25

V1/V12 Harmonic Distortion ................................................................................. 25

V2/V23 Harmonic Distortion ................................................................................. 25

V3/V31 Harmonic Distortion ................................................................................. 25

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I1 Harmonic Distortion ........................................................................................ 25

I2 Harmonic Distortion ........................................................................................ 25

I3 Harmonic Distortions ....................................................................................... 25

Fundamental Phase Values................................................................................... 26

Flicker............................................................................................................... 26

Fundamental Total Values .................................................................................... 26

Minimum 1-Cycle Phase Values............................................................................. 26

Minimum 1-Cycle Total Values .............................................................................. 27

Minimum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values ......................................................................... 27

Maximum 1-Cycle Phase Values ............................................................................ 27

Maximum 1-Cycle Total Values ............................................................................. 27

Maximum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values ........................................................................ 28

Maximum Demands ............................................................................................ 28

Maximum Harmonic Demands .............................................................................. 28

Scaled Analog Inputs........................................................................................... 28

Raw Analog Inputs.............................................................................................. 28

TOU Parameters ................................................................................................. 29

Scaled Analog Outputs......................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #1 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #2 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #3 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #4 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #5 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #6 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #7 ...................................................................................... 29

TOU Energy Register #8 ...................................................................................... 30

Summary Energy Accumulated Demands ............................................................... 30

Summary Energy Block Demands.......................................................................... 30

Summary Energy Sliding Window Demands ............................................................ 30

Summary Energy Maximum Demands.................................................................... 30

TOU Maximum Demand Register #1 ...................................................................... 30

TOU Maximum Demand Register #2 ...................................................................... 30

TOU Maximum Demand Register #3 ...................................................................... 30

TOU Maximum Demand Register #4 ...................................................................... 31

TOU Maximum Demand Register #5 ...................................................................... 31

TOU Maximum Demand Register #6 ...................................................................... 31

TOU Maximum Demand Register #7 ...................................................................... 31

TOU Maximum Demand Register #8 ...................................................................... 31

V1/V12 Harmonic Angles ..................................................................................... 31

V2/V23 Harmonic Angles ..................................................................................... 31

V3/V31 Harmonic Angles ..................................................................................... 31

I1 Harmonic Angles............................................................................................. 31

I2 Harmonic Angles............................................................................................. 32

I3 Harmonic Angles............................................................................................. 32

10-Minute RMS Values......................................................................................... 32

10-Minute Total Harmonics................................................................................... 32

3.4

32-bit Analog Registers, Binary Registers and Counters ......................................34

Setpoint Status SP1-SP16 (bitmap) ....................................................................... 34

Special Inputs .................................................................................................... 34

Event Flags (bitmap) ........................................................................................... 34

Digital Inputs (bitmap) ........................................................................................ 34

Relay Outputs (bitmap) ....................................................................................... 34

Counters ........................................................................................................... 34

1/2-Cycle Values ................................................................................................ 34

1-Cycle Phase Values .......................................................................................... 34

1-Cycle Total Values............................................................................................ 35

1-Cycle Auxiliary Values....................................................................................... 35

Phasor .............................................................................................................. 35

1-Second Phase Values........................................................................................ 36

1-Second Total Values ......................................................................................... 37

1-Second Auxiliary Values.................................................................................... 37

Present Harmonic Demands ................................................................................. 37

Present Volt, Ampere and Power Demands ............................................................. 37

Total Energies .................................................................................................... 38

Summary Energy Registers .................................................................................. 38

Phase Energies ................................................................................................... 39

Symmetrical Components .................................................................................... 39

V1/V12 Harmonic Distortion ................................................................................. 39

V2/V23 Harmonic Distortion ................................................................................. 39

V3/V31 Harmonic Distortion ................................................................................. 39

I1 Harmonic Distortion ........................................................................................ 39

I2 Harmonic Distortion ........................................................................................ 39

I3 Harmonic Distortion ........................................................................................ 40

Fundamental Phase Values................................................................................... 40

Flicker............................................................................................................... 40

Fundamental Total Values .................................................................................... 40

Minimum 1-Cycle Phase Values............................................................................. 40

Minimum 1-Cycle Total Values .............................................................................. 41

Minimum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values ......................................................................... 41

Maximum 1-Cycle Phase Values ............................................................................ 41

Maximum 1-Cycle Total Values ............................................................................. 42

Maximum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values ........................................................................ 42

Maximum Demands ............................................................................................ 42

Maximum Harmonic Demands .............................................................................. 42

Scaled Analog Inputs........................................................................................... 43

Raw Analog Inputs.............................................................................................. 43

TOU Parameters ................................................................................................. 43

Scaled Analog Outputs......................................................................................... 43

TOU Energy Register #1 ...................................................................................... 43

TOU Energy Register #2 ...................................................................................... 43

TOU Energy Register #3 ...................................................................................... 43

TOU Energy Register #4 ...................................................................................... 43

TOU Energy Register #5 ...................................................................................... 43

TOU Energy Register #6 ...................................................................................... 44

TOU Energy Register #7 ...................................................................................... 44

TOU Energy Register #8 ...................................................................................... 44

Summary Energy Accumulated Demands ............................................................... 44

Summary Energy Block Demands.......................................................................... 44

Summary Energy Sliding Window Demands ............................................................ 44

Summary Energy Maximum Demands.................................................................... 44

TOU Maximum Demand Register #1 ...................................................................... 44

TOU Maximum Demand Register #2 ...................................................................... 44

TOU Maximum Demand Register #3 ...................................................................... 45

TOU Maximum Demand Register #4 ...................................................................... 45

TOU Maximum Demand Register #5 ...................................................................... 45

TOU Maximum Demand Register #6 ...................................................................... 45

TOU Maximum Demand Register #7 ...................................................................... 45

TOU Maximum Demand Register #8 ...................................................................... 45

V1/V12 Harmonic Angles ..................................................................................... 45

V2/V23 Harmonic Angles ..................................................................................... 45

V3/V31 Harmonic Angles ..................................................................................... 46

I1 Harmonic Angles............................................................................................. 46

I2 Harmonic Angles............................................................................................. 46

I3 Harmonic Angles............................................................................................. 46

10-Minute RMS Values......................................................................................... 46

10-Minute Total Harmonics................................................................................... 46

Generic TOU Season Energy Registers ................................................................... 47

Generic TOU Season Maximum Demand Registers ................................................... 47

Generic Data...................................................................................................... 47

3.5

Minimum/Maximum Log Registers .......................................................................49

Minimum Phase Values ........................................................................................ 49

Minimum Total Values ......................................................................................... 50

Minimum Auxiliary Values .................................................................................... 50

Maximum Phase Values ....................................................................................... 50

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Maximum Total Values......................................................................................... 51

Maximum Auxiliary Values ................................................................................... 51

Summary Energy Maximum Demands.................................................................... 51

Maximum Demands ............................................................................................ 51

Maximum Harmonic Demands .............................................................................. 52

TOU Maximum Demand Register #1 ...................................................................... 53

TOU Maximum Demand Register #2 ...................................................................... 53

TOU Maximum Demand Register #3 ...................................................................... 53

TOU Maximum Demand Register #4 ...................................................................... 53

TOU Maximum Demand Register #5 ...................................................................... 53

TOU Maximum Demand Register #6 ...................................................................... 54

TOU Maximum Demand Register #7 ...................................................................... 54

TOU Maximum Demand Register #8 ...................................................................... 54

3.6

Device Control and Status Registers .....................................................................55

Device Restart Register ....................................................................................... 55

Device Identification............................................................................................ 55

Device Authorization Registers.............................................................................. 55

User Event Flags Registers (bit map) ..................................................................... 55

Remote Relay Control Registers (bit map) .............................................................. 55

Reset/Clear Registers .......................................................................................... 56

Device Mode Control Registers.............................................................................. 56

Memory Status Registers ..................................................................................... 56

Log Notification Registers (bit map)....................................................................... 56

Setpoint Status Registers (bit map) ....................................................................... 56

Setpoint Alarm Latch Registers (bit map) ............................................................... 56

Device Diagnostics Register (bit map).................................................................... 56

Current Port Number ........................................................................................... 56

Current Network Settings..................................................................................... 57

3.7

Device Setup Registers..........................................................................................58

Device Identification............................................................................................ 58

Factory Device Settings ....................................................................................... 58

Basic Setup........................................................................................................ 58

Communication Ports Setup ................................................................................. 59

Device Options Setup .......................................................................................... 60

Alarm/Event Setpoints Setup................................................................................ 60

Pulse Counters Setup .......................................................................................... 61

Local Settings .................................................................................................... 61

Clock Indication and Setup................................................................................... 62

Network Setup ................................................................................................... 62

Password Setup.................................................................................................. 62

Expert Power Service Setup ................................................................................. 63

Internet Service Provider (ISP) accounts ................................................................ 63

DNP Options Setup ............................................................................................. 63

DNP Events Setup............................................................................................... 64

DNP Class 0 Point Assignments ............................................................................. 64

EN50160 PQ Recorder Triggers Setup (EN50160 voltage characteristics)..................... 64

Advanced EN50160 Setup .................................................................................... 65

EN50160 Harmonic Voltage Limits......................................................................... 66

EN50160 Interharmonic Voltage Limits .................................................................. 66

File Setup .......................................................................................................... 66

Waveform Recorder Setup ................................................................................... 67

Data Log Setup .................................................................................................. 67

TOU Daily Profile Setup........................................................................................ 68

TOU Calendar Setup............................................................................................ 69

Summary Energy/TOU Registers Setup .................................................................. 69

Summary Energy/TOU Registers Source Setup........................................................ 70

Periodic Timers Setup.......................................................................................... 70

Digital Inputs Setup ............................................................................................ 70

Relay Outputs Setup ........................................................................................... 71

Analog Inputs Setup............................................................................................ 71

Analog Outputs Setup.......................................................................................... 71

Analog Expander Setup ....................................................................................... 71

3.8

Analog and Digital I/O Configuration....................................................................73

I/O Slots Configuration Info.................................................................................. 73

I/O Type Info ..................................................................................................... 73

3.9

File Transfer Registers ..........................................................................................74

File Transfer Control Blocks .................................................................................. 74

File Info Response Block (Variation 0 – File info) ..................................................... 75

File Info Response Block (Variation 1 – Current record info) ...................................... 76

File Info Response Block (Variation 2 – Data log record structure).............................. 76

Event Log Response Block.................................................................................... 77

Data Log Response Block ..................................................................................... 77

Waveform Log Response Block.............................................................................. 78

Power Quality (PQ) Log Response Block ................................................................. 78

3.10

EN 50160 Compliance Statistics Data Log.............................................................80

3.11

EN 50160 Harmonic Statistics Data Log................................................................85

3.12

Billing/TOU Daily Profile Data Log ........................................................................87

4 DATA SCALES AND UNITS ............................................................................89

Data Scales ....................................................................................................... 89

Data Units ......................................................................................................... 89

5 DATA FORMATS .............................................................................................90

Timestamp ........................................................................................................ 90

File ID............................................................................................................... 90

File Attributes..................................................................................................... 90

File Status Word (bitmap) .................................................................................... 90

File Record Status Word (bitmap).......................................................................... 90

TOU Profile Log Channel ID .................................................................................. 90

Waveform Log Channel ID.................................................................................... 90

Profile Log Sections Mask..................................................................................... 90

Waveform Log Channel Mask................................................................................ 90

TOU Tariff Change Time....................................................................................... 91

Summary/TOU Energy Register Source ID .............................................................. 91

Setpoint Trigger Parameters ID............................................................................. 91

Pulse Inputs....................................................................................................... 91

Relays............................................................................................................... 91

Setpoint Action ID............................................................................................... 93

Counter Source ID .............................................................................................. 93

Relay Output Pulse Source ID ............................................................................... 93

AO Output/Analog Expander Parameters ID ............................................................ 93

Event Cause/Point ID .......................................................................................... 94

Event Effect ID ................................................................................................... 95

Data Point ID ..................................................................................................... 95

Event Type ID .................................................................................................... 96

Device Diagnostics .............................................................................................. 96

DNP Object Types ............................................................................................... 96

DNP Class 0 Objects............................................................................................ 97

Wiring Mode....................................................................................................... 97

Instrument Options ............................................................................................. 97

I/O Slot Types.................................................................................................... 97

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1 General

This document specifies a subset of the Modbus serial communications protocol used to transfer data between a master computer station and the PM175. The document provides the complete information necessary to develop third-party communications software capable of communication with the PM175. Refer to the PM175 Installation and Operation Manual for more information on communication connections and configuring communication parameters in your device.

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2 Modbus Protocol Implementation

For detailed information on the Modbus protocol, message framing and error checking, refer to the Modbus Protocol Reference Guide. It can be downloaded from the

www.modbus.org

Website. The following paragraphs outline some issues concerning the implementation of the

Modbus protocol in the PM175.

2.1 Transmission Modes

The PM175 can be set up to communicate on a serial Modbus network using either RTU, or

ASCII serial transmission mode, and via the Internet using Modbus/TCP mode. Refer to the

PM175 Installation and Operation Manual for information on selecting the transmission mode in your meter.

2.2 Address Field

The address field contains a user assigned address of the instrument (1-247) on a Modbus network. Broadcast mode using address 0 is not supported.

When communicating via the Internet, the address field is not checked and is returned in the response message header.

2.3 Function Field

The Modbus functions implemented in the PM175 are shown in Table 2-1. Function 04 can be used in the same context as function 03.

Table 2-1 Modbus Function Codes

Code (decimal)

03

04

06

16

08

1

Meaning in Modbus

Read holding registers

Read input registers

Preset single register

Preset multiple registers

Loop-back test

Action

Read multiple registers

Read multiple registers

Write single register

Write multiple registers

Communications test

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The PM175 supports only diagnostic code 0 - return query data.

2.4 Exception Responses

The instrument sends an exception response when an error is detected in the received message.

To indicate that the response is notification of an error, the high order bit of the function code is set to 1.

Implemented exception response codes:

01 - Illegal function

02 - Illegal data address

03 - Illegal data value

04 - Device failure

When the character framing, parity, or redundancy check detects a communication error, processing of the master's request stops. The instrument will not act on or respond to the message.

2.5 Modbus Register Addresses

The PM175 Modbus registers are numbered in the range of 0 to 65535. From the Modbus applications, the PM175 Modbus registers can be accessed by simulating holding registers of the

Modicon 584, 884 or 984 Programmable Controller, using a 5-digit “4XXXX” or 6-digit “4XXXXX” addressing scheme.

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To map the PM175 register address to the range of the Modbus holding registers, add a value of

40001 to the PM175 register address. When a register address exceeds 9999, use a 6-digit addressing scheme by adding 400001 to the PM175 register address.

2.6 Data Formats

The PM175 uses three data formats to pass data between a master application and the instrument: 16-bit short integer, 32-bit long integer and 32-bit modulo-10000 formats. Binary values and counters are always transmitted in 32-bit registers, while analog values can be read both in 32-bit and in 16-bit scaled registers.

Analog registers 256 through 308 and 6656 through 10935 contain scaled 16-bit values.

2.6.1 16-bit Scaled Integer Format

16-bit scaled analog data is transmitted in a single 16-bit Modbus register being scaled to the range of 0 to 9999. To get a true reading, a reverse conversion should be done using the following formula:

Y

=

X × ( HI −

9999

LO )

+

LO where:

Y - true reading in engineering units

X - raw input data in the range of 0 to 9999

LO and HI - data low and high scales in engineering units

The engineering scales are indicated for every scaled 16-bit register. Refer to Section 4 “Data

Scales and Units” for applicable data scales and measurement units.

The default voltage scale in the device is 144V (120V+20%). It can be changed through register

242 (see Section 3.1, Device Data Scales), or via the supplemental PAS software.

The recommended voltage scale is 120V+20% = 144V for using with external PT’s, and

690V+20% = 828V for a direct connection to power line.

CONVERSION EXAMPLES

1. Voltage readings

a) Assume device settings (direct wiring): PT ratio = 1; Voltage scale = 828V (690V + 20%).

Voltage engineering scales (see Section 4):

HI_ENG = Vmax = 828.0 × PT ratio = 828.0 × 1 = 828.0V

LO_ENG = 0V

If the raw data reading is 1449 then the voltage reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Volts reading = 1449 × (828.0 - 0)/(9999 - 0) + 0 = 120.0V b) Assume device settings (wiring via PT): PT ratio = 14,400V : 120V = 120; Voltage scale = 144V.

Voltage engineering scales (see Section 4):

HI_ENG = Vmax = 144.0 × PT ratio = 144 × 120 = 17,280V

LO_ENG = 0V

If the raw data reading is 8314 then the voltage reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Volts reading = 8314 × (17,280 - 0)/9999 + 0 = 14,368V

2. Current readings

Assume device settings: CT primary current = 200A.

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Current engineering scales (see Section 4):

HI_ENG = Imax = CT primary current × 2 = 200.00 × 2 = 400.00A

LO_ENG = 0A

If the raw data reading is 250 then the current reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Amps reading = 250 × (400.00 - 0)/(9999 - 0) + 0 = 10.00A

3. Power readings

a) Assume device settings (direct wiring): Wiring 4LL3; PT = 1; CT primary current = 200A; Voltage scale =

828V.

Active Power engineering scales (see Section 4):

HI_ENG = Pmax = Vmax × Imax × 2 = (828.0 × 1) × (200.00 × 2) × 2 = 662,400W = 662.400kW

LO_ENG = -Pmax = -662.400kW

If the raw data reading is 5500 then the power reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Watts reading = 5500 × (662.400 - (-662.400))/(9999 - 0) + (-662.400) = 66.313kW

If the raw data reading is 500 then the power reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Watts reading = 500 × (662.400 - (-662.400))/(9999 - 0) + (-662.400) = -596.153kW b) Assume device settings (wiring via PT): Wiring 4LN3; PT = 120; CT primary current = 200A.

Active Power engineering scales (see Section 4):

HI_ENG = Pmax = Vmax × Imax × 3 = (828 × 120) × (200.00 × 2) × 3/1000 = 119,232kW

LO_ENG = -Pmax = -119,232kW

If the raw data reading is 5500 then the power reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Watts reading = 5500 × (119,232 - (-119,232))/(9999 - 0) + (-119,232) = 11,936kW

If the raw data reading is 500 then the power reading in engineering units will be as follows:

Watts reading = 500 × (119,232 - (-119,232))/(9999 - 0) + (-119,232) = -107,307kW

4. Power Factor readings

Power factor engineering scales (see Section 3.3):

HI_ENG = 1.000.

LO_ENG = -1.000.

If the raw data reading is 8900 then the power factor in engineering units will be as follows:

Power factor reading = 8900 × (1.000 - (-1.000))/(9999 - 0) + (-1.000) = 0.78

2.6.2 32-bit Long Integer Format

32-bit long integer data is transmitted in two adjacent 16-bit Modbus registers as unsigned

(UINT32) or signed (INT32) whole numbers. The first register contains the low-order word

(lower 16 bits) and the second register contains the high order word (higher 16 bits). The loworder word always starts at an even Modbus address. The value range for unsigned data is 0 to

4,294,967,295; for signed data the range is -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647.

If your Modbus driver does not support a 32-bit long integer format, you can read the two 16bit registers separately, and then convert them into a 32-bit value as follows (using C notation):

32-bit value = (signed short) high_order_register × 65536L + (unsigned short) low_order_register

Examples

1. Unsigned 32-bit Values

If you read unsigned Voltage V1 of 69,000V from registers 13952-13953, then the register readings will be as follows:

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(13952) = 3464

(13953) = 1

The 32-bit value is (1 x 65536 + 3464) = 69000V.

2. Signed 32-bit Values

If you read signed kW of -789kW from registers 14336-14337, then the register readings will be:

(14336) = 64747 (unsigned)

(14337) = 65535 (unsigned) or -1(signed value).

To take the high order register as a signed value, compare it with 32767. If the value is less or equal to

32767, use it as is. If it is greater than 32767, then this is a negative number in a two's complement code

(like in our example) - just subtract it from 65536 to get the original negative value.

The 32-bit reading is (-1 x 65536 + 64747) = -789kW.

Fractional 32-bit data is transmitted using a decimal pre-multiplier to pass fractional numbers in an integer format. Fractional numbers are pre-multiplied by 10 to the power N, where N is the number of digits in the fractional part. For example, the frequency reading of 50.01 Hz is transmitted as 5001, having been pre-multiplied by 100. Whenever a data register contains a fractional number, the register measurement unit is given with a multiplier ×0.1, ×0.01 or

×0.001, showing the weight of the least significant decimal digit. To get an actual fractional number with specified precision, multiply the register value by the given multiplier. To write a fractional number into the register, divide the number by the given multiplier.

2.6.3 32-bit Modulo-10000 Format

Energy counters 287-294 and 301-302 are read in two contiguous 16-bit registers in a modulo-

10000 format. The first (low order) register contains the value mod 10000, and the second

(high order) register contains the value/10000. To get the true energy reading, the high order register value should be multiplied by 10,000 and added to the low order register.

2.7 User Assignable Registers

The PM175 contains 120 user assignable registers in the address range of 0 to 119, any of which you can map to any register address accessible in the instrument. Registers that reside in different locations may be accessed by a single request by re-mapping them to adjacent addresses in the user assignable registers area.

The actual addresses of the assignable registers, which are accessed via addresses 0 through

119, are specified in the register map (registers 120 through 239), where register 120 contains the actual address of the register accessed via register 0, register 121 contains the actual address of the register accessed via register 1, and so on. The assignable registers and the map registers themselves may not be re-mapped.

To build your own register map, write to map registers 120 to 239 the actual addresses you want to read from or write to via the assignable area (registers 0 to 119). 32-bit long registers should always be aligned at even addresses. For example, if you want to read registers 7136 (1second V1 voltage, scaled short integer) and 14720-14721 (kWh Import, long integer) via registers 0-2, do the following:

- write 14720 to register 120

- write 14721 to register 121

- write 7136 to register 122

Reading from registers 0-2 will return the kWh reading in registers 0 (low 16 bits) and 1 (high

16 bits), and the voltage reading in register 2.

2.8 Password Protection

The PM175 has a password protection option allowing you to protect your setups, cumulative registers and logs from being changed or cleared through communications. You can disable or

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enable password protection through communications or via the front display. For details, refer to your instrument Installation and Operation Manual.

When password protection is enabled, the user password you set in your instrument should be written into the device authorization register (2575) before another write request is issued. If the correct password is not supplied while password protection is enabled, the instrument will respond to all write requests with the exception code 01 (illegal operation). It is recommended to clear the password register after you have completed your changes in order to activate password protection.

2.9 Data Recording and File Transfers

2.9.1 Log File Organization

Historical files are stored to the non-volatile memory with a battery backup. Memory is allocated for each file statically when you set up your files and will not change unless you re-organize the files. The PM175 automatically performs de-fragmentation of the memory each time you reorganize your files. This helps keep all free memory in one continuous chunk and thus prevents possible leakage of memory caused by fragmentation.

Data records in a file are arranged in the order of their recording. Each record has a unique 16bit sequence number that is incremented modulo 65536 with each new record. The sequence number can be used to point to a particular record in the file, or to check the sequence of records when uploading files from the device.

Each file has a write position pointer that indicates the place where the next record will be recorded, and a read position pointer that indicates the place from where the current record will be read. Both pointers show sequence numbers of the records they point to rather than record offsets in the file.

After acknowledging a record you have read, the read pointer automatically advances to the next record in the file. When the read pointer gets to the record to which the file write pointer points, the end-of-file (EOF) flag is set. It is automatically cleared when a new record is added to the file, or when you explicitly move the read pointer to any record within a file.

If a file has a wrap-around attribute (circular file), the most recent records can overwrite the oldest records. When this happens at the current read position, the read pointer automatically advances forward in order to point to the oldest record in the file.

The PM175 keeps a separate read pointer for each communication port so that access to the same file through a different port will not affect current active sessions for other ports.

Multi-section Files

Log files can have one or more (up to 16) sections for multi-channel recording. An ordinal file consists of a single section. Some files, such as daily profile log files and waveform log files, are arranged as multi-section files.

A multi-section file is subdivided into multiple sections of the same structure, one section per recording channel. The number of sections in each file is defined at the time you set up your files and may not change unless you re-organize the file. Each section within a multi-section file can be addressed by a section number, or by a section channel ID.

A multi-section file has a single write position pointer for all sections and stores data in all sections simultaneously. This means that records with the same sequence number in all sections are associated with the same event. A multi-section file has also a single read position pointer for all sections.

Data Log Files

Data log files can store up to 16 measured parameters per a record. Any data measured by the device can be stored in the log file. The number of parameters that each record will hold and the list of parameters you want to be recorded in the file can be selected through the Data log setup registers for a particular file.

Recording data to the data log files can be triggered through the setpoints, either on a time basis using the meter clock or periodic timers, or upon any event detected by the setpoints.

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Profile Data Log Files

Data log file #16 can be configured to store a daily profile log of the energy usage and maximum demand registers. A profile log file is organized as a multi-section file that has a separate section for each energy and maximum demand register. The number of sections is taken automatically from your Summary/TOU Registers setup. Since each Summary/TOU energy register has a shadow maximum demand register, the number of sections in the file can be twice the number of the allocated Summary/TOU registers. In order to correctly allocate the memory space for the profile log file, you should set up the Summary/TOU registers before you allocate memory for your profile log file.

A daily profile log file stores the daily summary (total of all tariffs) data and/or all tariff data for each configured Summary/TOU register. New records are added to the file automatically every day at midnight. You can review the list of parameters that are recorded to the file through the

Data log #16 setup. It is preset automatically by the meter and shows the recorded data for the first file section, which represents the first configured energy usage register.

Power Quality Statistics Log Files

Data log files #9 and #10 are configured to store the power quality statistics data on a daily or weekly basis. They are organized as multi-section files. See Sections 3.10-3.11 for more information on the file record structure. You can review the list of parameters recorded to the files through the file info request/response blocks using info requests with variation 2 (see

Section 3.9).

Waveform Log Files

Waveform log files are organized as multi-section files that store data for each recording channel in a separate section. A waveform log file can record up to six AC channels simultaneously: three voltage and three current waveforms. The number of sections in a file, or channels that a file can store, is defined when you set up the file. The channels that a file will record are selected in the waveform log setup. All selected channels are recorded in successive file sections.

A waveform file has a single read pointer for all sections, so that data from all channels of a single record can be read together without repositioning the file pointer. When you point to a particular file record, data from all sections related to the same event are all available for a read. Moreover, the PM175 takes all channel data for the currently accessed record to a separate buffer, so that even when the record is overwritten at the time of reading, you are still prevented from receiving partially updated data.

A single waveform record for a channel can contain up to 512 points of the sampled input signal. Refer to the line frequency field in the channel header record to correctly set up the time scale for the waveforms.

If a waveform log is configured to record more samples per event than a single record can hold, the waveform recorder will store as many records per event as required to record the entire event. All waveform records related to the event are merged in a series and have the same series number, so that they can be plotted together. Each record within a series has a unique serial number that allows tracking the sequence of records in a series. A single waveform series can hold up to 81,920 points (2,560 cycles at a rate of 32 samples per cycle) of a sampled AC signal.

2.9.2 File Transfers

File transfer protocol provides both data transfer and information services. File transfer is performed through two blocks of registers: a 32-word master request block and a 288-word read-only file response block. After a master application has written the request into the file request block, the requested data is available for a read through the file response block registers. File transfer functions allow changing the file or section position in order to point to the desired record.

The information services use separate 8-word file info request and 200-word file info response blocks. The extended file information is available including current file pointers’ positions, file contents, the number of records in the file, allocated file size, time of the last file update, and more.

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Common File Transfer

Log files can be read either in a sequence record-by-record, or in a random order. Each Read-

File request fills the file response block with the data of the record pointed to by the file (or section) read pointer. If you want to begin reading a file from a particular record, which sequence number is known, you can change the pointer position by issuing the Set-File-Position request with the desired sequence number. If you want to read a file from the beginning, send the Reset-File-Position request that moves the pointer to the oldest file record. If you do not change the file position, then you will continue reading the file from the record following the one you have read the last time you accessed the file.

You need not explicitly move the file position to the following record if you want to continue reading a file in sequence after you have uploaded the current record. Instead, issue an acknowledgment request that automatically advances the file pointer to the next record, and then read the record data through the file response block.

The file response block can contain more than one record. The number of records available in the block and the file record size in words are always reported in the block heading. There are no special rules on how to read records from the file transfer block. You can read a single record or all records together, or begin reading from the last record and end with the first record.

However, you should remember: 1) after an acknowledgment, the file position moves to the record following the last one you have accessed in the file transfer block; and 2) data in the file transfer block does not change until you either issue an acknowledgment, or explicitly change the file position by the Set-File-Position or Reset-File-Position requests.

The file transfer is completed after you have read the last record of the file. Before storing a file record to your database, always check bit 9 in the record status word, which contains the endof-file (EOF) flag. This bit set to 1 indicates that the file read pointer does not point to any record within the file, and you should not store any record that has this bit set. The EOF flag is set only after you have acknowledged the last record of the file, so that testing for end-of-file requires one extra read. If you wish to stop the transfer just after storing the last file record, acknowledge the record and check bit 0 in the record status word. Bit 0 is set to 1 only once when you read the last record of the file.

The following gives a summary of steps you should do to read an ordinal log file:

1) If you wish to begin reading a file from a particular record or from the first record, use either the Set-File-Position request with the desired record sequence number, or the Reset-

File-Position request. Preset a section number and channel ID to zero.

2) Write the Read-File request with a section number and channel ID set to zero.

3) Read the record data from the file response block.

4) Write an acknowledgment for the file. You need not fill all the request fields: only the file function is required. The file pointer will be moved to the next file record.

5) Repeat steps 3-4 until all the file records are read.

Reading Multi-section Data Log Files

In a multi-section data log file, all user requests including an acknowledgment, the Read-File,

Set-File-Position and Reset-File-Position requests, relate to a particular file section rather than to the file itself. The only request that affects the entire file is the Erase-File that clears all the file sections together.

A file section can be requested either by a section number, or by a section channel ID. If you use a channel ID, preset the section number field to 0xFFFF. If a section number is specified, the channel ID field will not be checked. The device returns both fields in the response block heading, so you can always identify what channel data is being read from the present file section. If you want to know which channels are recorded to the file sections, check the file channel mask in the file info block. This is a bitmap that contains one in a bit position if a channel with an ID equal to the bit number is recorded to the file, and contains zero if it is not.

The following gives a summary of steps for reading a multi-section data log file:

1) If you wish to begin reading a file section from a particular record or from the first record, use either the Set-File-Position request with the desired record sequence number, or the

Reset-File-Position request. Specify either a section number, or the channel ID for the

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section from where you want to read data. If you use a channel ID, preset the section number field to 0xFFFF.

2) Write the Read-File request with the section number and channel ID as shown in the previous step.

3) Read the record data from the file response block.

4) Write an acknowledgment for the file. The file section pointer will be moved to the next record.

5) Repeat steps 3-4 until all the section records are read.

Reading Multi-section Waveform Files

Waveform files can be read as conventional multi-section files in the order described above.

Another way is to take advantage of the fact that waveform files have a single read pointer for all file sections, so you can read records of all the channels related to the same event at once without repositioning the file pointer. The following gives a summary of steps for reading waveform files:

1) If you want to begin reading a file from a particular record or from the first record, use either the Set-File-Position request with the desired record sequence number, or the Reset-

File-Position request. Preset the section field to zero.

2) Write the Read-File request. Address you request to the first file section (its number is always zero), or to the first file channel (if you know channel’s ID). If you use a channel ID, preset the section number field to 0xFFFF.

3) Read the channel’s data from the file response block. Store the received record’s sequence number.

4) Write the Read-File request for the next file section or channel using the stored record sequence number. The file response block will be refilled with the data for the requested channel that is related to the record with the same sequence number.

5) Repeat steps 3, 4 until all the channel records with the current sequence number are read.

6) Write an acknowledgment. The file pointer will be moved to the next record.

Repeat steps 2-6 until all the file records are read.

Reading Real-time Waveforms

Real-time waveforms are accessed through the same transfer blocks just like the waveform log files by addressing file 128. Writing the Read-File request for file 128 provides a simultaneous capture of 6 real-time waveform records – three voltage and three current waveforms – into a communication buffer that can be read through the common file response block. The following gives a summary of steps for reading real-time waveforms:

1) Write the Read-File request for file 128. Address you request to the first file section (its number is always zero), or to the first file channel (if you know channel’s ID). If you use a channel ID, preset the section number field to 0xFFFF.

2) Read the channel’s data from the file response block.

3) Write the Read-File request for the next file section or channel. The file response block will be refilled with the data for the requested channel.

4) Repeat steps 3, 4 until all the channel records are read.

5) Write an acknowledgment to release the buffer.

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3 Modbus Register Map

3.1 Modbus Setup Registers

Modbus Assignable Registers

0-119

+0

+1

Register 0 contents

Register 1 contents

+119

...

Register 119 contents

Assignable Registers Map

120-239

+0

+1

+119

Mapped register 0 address

Mapped register 1 address

Mapped register 119 address

Modbus Conversion Scales

240 Low raw scale

241

Device Data Scales

High raw scale

242 Voltage scale, in secondary volts

243 Current scale, in secondary amps = CT secondary current (1A, 5A) × Current overload

Options/Range Units Notes

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

0

9999

60-828 (default 144V)

20, 100 (2.0A, 10.0A)

1V

×0.1A

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R

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3.2 16-bit Scaled Analog Registers and Energy Counters - Basic Register Set

256-308

+8 0x1108

+15 0x110F

+16 0x1110

+17 0x1111 kW L3

Power factor L1

Power factor L2

Power factor L3

+22 0x1501 In (neutral) Current

+23 0x1502 Frequency

+24 0x3709 Maximum kW import sliding window demand

+25 0x160F

+26 0x370B

+27 0x1611

+28 0x3703

+29 0x3704 kW import accumulated demand

Maximum kVA sliding window demand kVA accumulated demand

I1 Maximum ampere demand

I2 Maximum ampere demand

+30 0x3705

+31

+32

+33

+34

+35

+36

+37

+38

I3 Maximum ampere demand kWh import (low) kWh import (high) kWh export (low) kWh export (high)

+kvarh net (low)

+kvarh net (high)

-kvarh net (low)

-kvarh net (high)

Low and High Scales

2

Units

2

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

U1

U1

U1

U2

0-Imax

0-Imax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U2

U2

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Imax

45.00-65.00

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16

INT16

INT16

INT16

INT16

1

1

1

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

R

R

R

R

R

U3

U3

U3

0.001

0.001

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

0.001 INT16 R

0.001 INT16 R

U3

U3

INT16

INT16

R

R

U3

U2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

0.01Hz UINT16 R

U3 UINT16 R

U3

U3

U3

U2

U2

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

0-Imax

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

U2

1kWh

UINT16

UINT16

R

R 5

×10MWh UINT16 R 5

1kWh UINT16 R 5

×10MWh UINT16 R 5

1kvarh UINT16 R 3, 5

×10Mvarh UINT16 R 3, 5

1kvarh UINT16 R 4, 5

×10Mvarh UINT16 R 4, 5

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+39 0x1112

+40 0x1113

+41 0x1114

+42 0x1115

+43 0x1116

+44 0x1117

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

+45

+46

+47 0x1609

+48 0x160B

+49 0x1615 kVAh (low) kVAh (high)

Present kW import sliding window demand

Present kVA sliding window demand

PF (import) at Max. kVA sliding window demand

+50 0x111B

+51 0x111C

I1 Current TDD

I2 Current TDD

+52 0x111D I3 Current TDD

Low and High Scales

2

Units

2

0-999.9

0-999.9

0.1%

0.1%

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0-9999

0-9999

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-1.000

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-100.0

1kVAh

10MVAh

U3

U3

0.001

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

2 3-sec value

2 3-sec value

2 3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

5

5

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

NOTES:

1

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line voltages.

2 All analog registers except of harmonics are 1-second average values. For volts, amps and power scales and units, refer to Section 4 ”Data Scales and Units”. For analog data scaling formulas and examples, see Section 2.6.1, “16-bit Scaled Integer Format”.

3 Positive readings of kvarh net

4 Negative readings of kvarh net

5 If you use these energy registers instead of 32-bit registers, limit the energy roll value to 8 digits (see Device Options Setup) to avoid overflow.

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3.3 16-bit Scaled Analog Registers, Binary Registers and Counters

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

3584 0x0000

3616 0x0080

3648-3649

None

Setpoint Status (bitmap)

Special Inputs

+1 0x0101 Phase rotation order

0

0=error, 1=positive (ABC),

2=negative (CBA)

3776 0x0300

3968 0x0600

4096 0x0800

4224-4231

Event Flags (bitmap)

Digital Inputs (bitmap)

Relay Outputs (bitmap)

Counters

4320-4331

+11 0x0B8B In Current

4352-4384

1-Cycle Phase Values

+8 0x0C08

1/2-Cycle Values

kW L3

0-999,999

0-999,999

0-999,999

0-999,999

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0

0-Imax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U2

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

UINT16 R

UINT32 R/W

UINT32 R/W

UINT32 R/W

UINT32 R/W

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

20

+15 0x0C0F Power factor L1

+16 0x0C10 Power factor L2

+17 0x0C11 Power factor L3

+18 0x0C12

+19 0x0C13

+20 0x0C14

+21 0x0C15

+22 0x0C16

+23 0x0C17

+24 0x0C18

+25 0x0C19

+26 0x0C1A

+27 0x0C1B

+28 0x0C1C

+29 0x0C1D

4544-4556

+4 0x0F04

+5 0x0F05

+5 0x0F06

+7 0x0F07

+8 0x0F08

+9 0x0F09

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

I1 K-Factor

I2 K-Factor

I3 K-Factor

I1 Current TDD

I2 Current TDD

I3 Current TDD

1-Cycle Total Values

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

0-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U3

0.001

0.001

0.001

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16

INT16

INT16

R

R

R

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

U1

U1

U1

U3

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

2

2

2

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

U3 UINT16 R

0.001 INT16 R

0.001

0.001

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

Total PF lag

Total PF lead

Total kW import

Total kW export

Total kvar import

Total kvar export

3-phase average L-N/L-L voltage

0-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

0-1.000

0-1.000

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Vmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

U1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R 1 +10 0x0F0A

+11 0x0F0B

+12 0x0F0C

4608-4612

+1 0x1001

4640-4655

+0 0x1080

3-phase average current 0-Imax U2

1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

In (neutral) Current

+2 0x1002 Frequency

Phasor

V1/V12 Voltage magnitude

0-Imax

0-Fmax

0-300.0

0-300.0

0-Vmax

U2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

0.01Hz UINT16 R

0.1% UINT16 R

0.1% UINT16 R

U1 UINT16 R 2

21

+1 0x1081

+2 0x1082

+4 0x1084

+5 0x1085

+5 0x1086

V2/V23 Voltage magnitude

V3/V31 Voltage magnitude

I1 Current magnitude

I2 Current magnitude

I3 Current magnitude

+8 0x1088

+9 0x1089

V1/V12 Voltage angle

V2/V23 Voltage angle

+10 0x108A V3/V31 Voltage angle

+12 0x108C

+13 0x108D I2 Current angle -180.0-180.0

+14 0x108E

INT16 R

4672-4704

1-Second Phase Values

-180.0-180.0

-180.0-180.0

-180.0-180.0

0.1º

0.1º

0.1º

UINT16 R

INT16 R 2

INT16

INT16

R

R

2

2

INT16 R

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

U3

U3

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R 1

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

+8 0x1108 kW L3

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

U1

U1

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

U2

U2

U2

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

2

2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

+15 0x110F

+16 0x1110

+17 0x1111

+18 0x1112

+19 0x1113

+20 0x1114

+21 0x1115

+22 0x1116

+23 0x1117

+24 0x1118

+25 0x1119

+26 0x111A

Power factor L1

Power factor L2

Power factor L3

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

I1 K-Factor

I2 K-Factor

I3 K-Factor

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

0.001

0.001

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1

0.1

0.1

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

0.001

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

INT16

INT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

2 3-sec value

2 3-sec value

2 3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

22

+27 0x111B

+28 0x111C

I1 Current TDD

I2 Current TDD

+29 0x111D I3 Current TDD

4864-4876

1-Second Total Values

+4 0x1404

+5 0x1405

+5 0x1406

+7 0x1407

+8 0x1408

+9 0x1409

+10 0x140A

+11 0x140B

+12 0x140C

4928-4932

Total PF lag

Total PF lead

Total kW import

Total kW export

Total kvar import

Total kvar export

3-phase average L-N/L-L voltage

3-phase average L-L voltage

3-phase average current

1-Second Auxiliary Values

+1 0x1501 In (neutral) Current

+2 0x1502 Frequency

4960-4971

+0 0x1580

+1 0x1581

+2 0x1582

+4 0x1584

+5 0x1585

+5 0x1586

Present Harmonic Demands

V1/V12 THD demand

V2/V23 THD demand

V3/V31 THD demand

I1 THD demand

I2 THD demand

I3 THD demand

+8 0x1588 I1 TDD demand

+9 0x1589 I2 TDD demand

+10 0x158A I3 TDD demand

4992-5021

+0 0x1600

+1 0x1601

+2 0x1602

Present Volt, Ampere and Power Demands

V1/V12 Volt demand

V2/V23 Volt demand

V3/V31 Volt demand

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Fmax

0-300.0

0-300.0

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-100.0

0-100.0

0.1%

0.1%

0-100.0

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0.1%

U1

U1

U1

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

0-1.000

0-1.000

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

3-sec value

3-sec value

3-sec value

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

0.001 INT16

0.001

0.001

U3

U3

INT16

INT16

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

U3

U3

U1

U1

U2

U2

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

U1

U1

U1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

2

2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

1

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

0.01Hz UINT16 R

0.1% UINT16 R

0.1% UINT16 R

0.1% UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R 2

2

2

23

+3 0x1603

+4 0x1604

+5 0x1605

+6 0x1606

+7 0x1607

+8 0x1608

+9 0x1609

+10 0x160A

+11 0x160B

I1 Ampere demand

I2 Ampere demand

I3 Ampere demand kW import block demand kvar import block demand kVA block demand kW import sliding window demand kvar import sliding window demand kVA sliding window demand

+15 0x160F

+16 0x1610

+17 0x1611

+18 0x1612

+19 0x1613

+20 0x1614

+21 0x1615 kW import accumulated demand kvar import accumulated demand kVA accumulated demand kW import predicted sliding window demand kvar import predicted sliding window demand kVA predicted sliding window demand

PF (import) at Max. kVA sliding window demand

+22 0x1616

+23 0x1617

+24 0x1618

+25 0x1619

+26 0x161A kW export block demand kvar export block demand kW export sliding window demand kvar export sliding window demand kW export accumulated demand

+27 0x161B kvar export accumulated demand

+28 0x161C kW export predicted sliding window demand

+29 0x161D kvar export predicted sliding window demand

5056-5073

Total Energies

+0,1 0x1700

+2,3 0x1701 kWh import kWh export

+8,9 0x1704 kvarh import

+16,17 0x1708

5120-5137

+0,1 0x1800

+2,3 0x1801

+4,5 0x1802

+6,7 0x1803

+8,9 0x1804 kVAh total

Phase Energies

kWh import L1 kWh import L2 kWh import L3 kvarh import L1 kvarh import L2

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-1.000

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-Imax

0-Imax

U2

U2

0-Imax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U2

U3

U3

U3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

0.001

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kvarh UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kVAh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

1 kvarh UINT32

1 kvarh UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

24

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

+10,11 0x1805

+12,13 0x1806

+14,15 0x1807

+16,17 0x1808

5152-5161

+0 0x1880 kvarh import L3 kVAh total L1 kVAh total L2 kVAh total L3

Symmetrical Components

Positive-sequence voltage

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-Vmax

1 kVAh

1 kVAh

1 kVAh

U1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

R

R

R

R

+1 0x1881

+2 0x1882

+3 0x1883

+4 0x1884

+8 0x1888

+9 0x1889

5184-5233

+0 0x1900

+1 0x1901

+49 0x1931

5248-5297

+0 0x1A00

+1 0x1A01

H50 Harmonic distortion

V2/V23 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+49 0x1A31 H50 Harmonic distortion

5312-5361

...

+0 0x1B00

+1 0x1B01

Negative-sequence voltage

Zero-sequence voltage

Negative-sequence voltage unbalance

Zero-sequence voltage unbalance

Negative-sequence current unbalance

Zero-sequence current unbalance

V1/V12 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

V3/V31 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+49 0x1B31 H50 Harmonic distortion

5376-5425

+0 0x1C00

I1 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

+1 0x1C01 H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+49 0x1C31 H50 Harmonic distortion

5440-5489

I2 Harmonic Distortion

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-300.0

0-300.0

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-300.0

0-300.0

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

U1

U1

0.1%

0.1%

U2

U2

U2

0.1%

0.1%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

2

2

2

0-100.00

0-100.00 0.01% UINT16 R

+0 0x1D00 H01 Harmonic distortion 0-100.00

+1 0x1D01 H02 Harmonic distortion 0-100.00

...

+49 0x1D31 H50 Harmonic distortion

5504-5553

I3 Harmonic Distortions

0-100.00 0.01% UINT16 R

+0 0x1E00

+1 0x1E01

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

0-100.00

0-100.00

0.01%

0.01%

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

25

...

+49 0x1E31 H50 Harmonic distortion

6208-6225

Fundamental Phase Values

+8 0x2908 kW L3

+15 0x290F Power factor L1

+16 0x2910

+17 0x2911

Power factor L2

Power factor L3

6240-6251 Flicker

6272-6275

+0 0x2A00

+1 0x2A01

+2 0x2A02

+3 0x2A03

6400-6429

Fundamental Total Values

Total fundamental kW

Total fundamental kvar

Total fundamental kVA

Total fundamental PF

Minimum 1-Cycle Phase Values

+6-17 0x2C06-

0x2C11

Not used

+18 0x2C12 V1/V12 Voltage THD

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-100.00 0.01%

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

-1.000-1.000

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

0-100.00

UINT16 R

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

0.001

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16

2

2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

R

INT16 R

INT16 R

INT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

2

0.001

0.001

INT16

INT16

R

R

2

0.01 UINT16 R

0.01 UINT16 R

0.01 UINT16 R

0.01 UINT16 R

0.01 UINT16 R

0.01 UINT16 R

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1.000-1.000

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0

0-9999

U3

U3

U3

0.001

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

0.1%

INT16

INT16

UINT16

R

R

R

INT16 R

UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

UINT16 R 2 0.2-sec value

26

+19 0x2C13 V2/V23 Voltage THD

+20 0x2C14 V3/V31 Voltage THD

+21 0x2C15

+22 0x2C16

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

+23 0x2C17 I3 Current THD

+24 0x2C18 I1 K-Factor

+25 0x2C19 I2 K-Factor

+26 0x2C1A I3 K-Factor

+27 0x2C1B I1 Current TDD

+28 0x2C1C I2 Current TDD

+29 0x2C1D I3 Current TDD

6464-6467

Minimum 1-Cycle Total Values

+3 0x2D03 Total PF

6528-6530

Minimum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

+2 0x2E02 Frequency

6912-6941

Maximum 1-Cycle Phase Values

+6-17 0x3406-

0x3411

+18 0x3412

+19 0x3413

+20 0x3414

+21 0x3415

+22 0x3416

+23 0x3417

Not used

V1 Voltage THD

V2 Voltage THD

V3 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

+24 0x3418

+25 0x3419

+26 0x341A

+27 0x341B

+28 0x341C

I1 K-Factor

I2 K-Factor

I3 K-Factor

I1 Current TDD

I2 Current TDD

+29 0x341D I3 Current TDD

6976-6979

Maximum 1-Cycle Total Values

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-9999

0-999.9

0.1%

0.1%

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

1.0-999.9

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-100.0

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0.1

0.1

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

U3

U3

U3

0-1.000

0-Imax

0-Fmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

2

2

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

INT16 R

INT16 R

UINT16 R

0.001

U2

U2

UINT16 R Absolute value

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

0.01Hz UINT16 R

U1

U1

U1

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

2

2

2

U2

U2

U2

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

INT16 R

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

1.0-999.9

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-100.0

-Pmax-Pmax

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

2 0.2-sec value

2 0.2-sec value

2 0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

UINT16 R 0.2-sec value

INT16 R

27

+15 0x370F

+16 0x3710

7200-7211

+0 0x3880

+1 0x3881

+2 0x3882

Maximum kW export sliding window demand

Maximum kvar export sliding window demand

Maximum Harmonic Demands

V1/V12 THD demand

V2/V23 THD demand

V3/V31 THD demand

+4 0x3884

+5 0x3885

+6 0x3886

I1 THD demand

I2 THD demand

I3 THD demand

+8 0x3888

+9 0x3889

I1 TDD demand

I2 TDD demand

+10 0x388A I3 TDD demand

7360-7361

+0 0x3B00

+1 0x3B01

7392-7393

+0 0x3B80

Scaled Analog Inputs

Analog input AI1

Analog input AI2

Raw Analog Inputs

Analog input AI1

+3 0x3503

7040-7042

+0 0x3700

+1 0x3701

+2 0x3702

+3 0x3703

+4 0x3704

+5 0x3705

Total PF

Maximum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

+2 0x3602 Frequency

7104-7120

Maximum Demands

V1/V12 Maximum volt demand

V2/V23 Maximum volt demand

V3/V31 Maximum volt demand

I1 Maximum ampere demand

I2 Maximum ampere demand

I3 Maximum ampere demand

+9 0x3709

+10 0x370A

+11 0x370B

Maximum kW import sliding window demand

Maximum kvar import sliding window demand

Maximum kVA sliding window demand

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

0-1.000

0-Imax

0.001

U2

U2

0-Fmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

INT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R Absolute value

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

0.01Hz UINT16 R

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

2

2

2

UINT16 R

0-999.9

0-100.0

0-100.0

0-100.0

AI1min-AI1Max

AI2min-AI2Max

0-4095

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

R

R

R

2

2

UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

28

+1 0x3B81

7424-7425

+1 0x3C01

Analog input AI2

TOU Parameters

Active profile

7424-7425

+0 0x3C80

+1 0x3C81

Scaled Analog Outputs

Analog output AO1

Analog output AO2

7488-7503

TOU Energy Register #1

+0,1 0x3D00 Tariff #1 register

+2,3 0x3D01 Tariff #2 register

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-4095

0-7

0-15:

0-3 = Season 1 Profile #1-4,

4-7 = Season 2 Profile #1-4,

8-11 = Season 3 Profile #1-4,

12-15 = Season 4 Profile #1-4

0-4095

0-4095

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

UINT16 R

UINT16 R/W

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

1 kWh UINT32 R

1 kWh UINT32 R

R

+14,15 0x3D07 Tariff #8 register 0-999,999,999

7552-7567

+0,1 0x3E00

+2,3 0x3E01

TOU Energy Register #2

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

+14,15 0x3E07 Tariff #8 register

7616-7631

+0,1 0x3F00

+2,3 0x3F01

TOU Energy Register #3

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

R

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

7680-7695

+14,15 0x3F07

+0,1 0x4000

Tariff #8 register

TOU Energy Register #4

Tariff #1 register

+2,3 0x4001 Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4007

7744-7759

Tariff #8 register

TOU Energy Register #5

+0,1 0x4100

+2,3 0x4101

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4107 Tariff #8 register

7808-7823

+0,1 0x4200

+2,3 0x4201

TOU Energy Register #6

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4207

7872-7887

+0,1 0x4300

Tariff #8 register

TOU Energy Register #7

Tariff #1 register

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

R

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1 kWh UINT32 R

R

1 kWh UINT32 R

R

R

R

1 kWh UINT32 R

R

R

R

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

29

+2,3 0x4301 Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4307

7936-7951

+0,1 0x4400

+2,3 0x4401

Tariff #8 register

TOU Energy Register #8

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4407 Tariff #8 register

8000-8007

+0 0x4500

+1 0x4501

Summary Energy Accumulated Demands

Summary register #1 demand

Summary register #2 demand

+7 0x4507 Summary register #8 demand

8032-8039

+0 0x4580

Summary Energy Block Demands

Summary register #1 demand

+1 0x4581 Summary register #2 demand

+7 0x4587

8064-8071

Summary register #8 demand

Summary Energy Sliding Window Demands

+0 0x4600

+1 0x4601

Summary register #1 demand

Summary register #2 demand

+7 0x4607 Summary register #8 demand

8160-8167

Summary Energy Maximum Demands

+0 0x4780

+1 0x4781

Summary register #1 maximum demand

Summary register #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4787 Summary register #8 maximum demand

8192-8199

+0 0x4800

TOU Maximum Demand Register #1

Tariff #1 maximum demand

+1 0x4801 Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4807

8256-8263

+0 0x4900

+1 0x4901

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #2

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4907 Tariff #8 maximum demand

8320-8327

+0 0x4A00

+1 0x4A01

TOU Maximum Demand Register #3

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4A07 Tariff #8 maximum demand

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-999,999,999 1 kWh UINT32 R

R

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

0-999,999,999

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

R

1 kWh

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

U3 UINT16 R

U3 UINT16 R

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

R

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

U3 UINT16 R

R

R

R

U3 UINT16 R

U3 UINT16 R

U3 UINT16 R

R

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

U3 UINT16 R

R

U3 UINT16 R

30

8224-8231

+0 0x4880

TOU Maximum Demand Register #4

Tariff #1 maximum demand

+1 0x4881 Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4887

8288-8295

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #5

+0 0x4980

+1 0x4981

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4987 Tariff #8 maximum demand

8352-8359

TOU Maximum Demand Register #6

+0 0x4A80

+1 0x4A81

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x4A87 Tariff #8 maximum demand

8896-8903

+0 0x5300

TOU Maximum Demand Register #7

Tariff #1 maximum demand

+1 0x5301 Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x5307

8928-8935

+0 0x5380

+1 0x5381

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #8

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+7 0x5387

9984-10033

+0 0x6400

+1 0x6401

Tariff #8 maximum demand

V1/V12 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+49 0x6431 H50 Harmonic angle

10048-10097

+0 0x6500

V2/V23 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

+1 0x6501 H02 Harmonic angle

...

+49 0x6531

10112-10161

H50 Harmonic angle

V3/V31 Harmonic Angles

+0 0x6600

+1 0x6601

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+49 0x6631 H50 Harmonic angle

10240-10289

I1 Harmonic Angles

+0 0x6800

+1 0x6801

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-Pmax U3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

U3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

R

U3

U3

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

U3 UINT16 R

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3 UINT16 R

U3 UINT16 R

R

U3

U3

U3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

U3 UINT16 R

2, 4

2, 4

2, 4

4

31

+19 0x6D13

+20 0x6D14

+21 0x6D15 Negative-sequence current unbalance

+22-24 0x6D16-

10688-10706

0x6D18

Not used

Negative-sequence voltage unbalance

Not used

10-Minute Total Harmonics

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

...

+49 0x6831 H50 Harmonic angle

10304-10353

+0 0x6900

I2 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

+1 0x6901 H02 Harmonic angle

...

4

+49 0x6931

10368-10417

+0 0x6A00

+1 0x6A01

H50 Harmonic angle

I3 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+3-16 0x6D03-

0x6D10

Not used

4

+49 0x6A31 H50 Harmonic angle -180.0-180.0

10560-10584

10-Minute RMS Values

0-Vmax U1 UINT16 R 2

0-Vmax U1 UINT16 R 2

0-Vmax

0

U1 UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0

0-300.0

0-300.0

0

U1

U2

0.1%

0.1%

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

+4 0x6F04

+5 0x6F05

+6 0x6F06

+8 0x6F08

+9 0x6F09

+10 0x6F0A

+12 0x6F0C

+13 0x6F0D

+14 0x6F0E

+16 0x6F10

I1 THD

I2 THD

I3 THD

V1 interharmonic THD

V2 interharmonic THD

V3 interharmonic THD

I1 interharmonic THD

I2 interharmonic THD

I3 interharmonic THD

I1 TDD

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0

0-999.9

0-999.9

0-999.9

0

0-100.0

0.1% UINT16 R 2

0.1% UINT16 R 2

0.1% UINT16 R 2

UINT16 R

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

2

2

2

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

UINT16 R

UINT16

32

+17 0x6F11 I2 TDD

Low and High Scales

3

Units

3

0-100.0

0-100.0

0.1% UINT16 R

0.1% UINT16 R

NOTES:

1

When the 4LN3, 4LL3, 3LN3, 3LL3, 3BLN3 or 3BLL3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line.

2

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line voltages.

3

For volts, amps, power and frequency scales and units refer to Section 4 ”Data Scales and Units”. For analog data scaling formulas and examples, see Section 2.6.1, “16-bit Scaled Integer

Format”.

4 Harmonic angles are referenced to the fundamental voltage harmonic H01 on phase L1.

33

3.4 32-bit Analog Registers, Binary Registers and Counters

Options/Range

3

Units

3

11776-11777 0x0000

11840 0x0080

11904-11907

+2,3 0x0101

None

Setpoint Status SP1-SP16 (bitmap)

Special Inputs

Phase rotation order

0x00000000-0x0000FFFF UINT32 R

0

0=error, 1=positive (ABC),

UINT32 R

2=negative (CBA)

12160-12161 0x0300

12544-12545 0x0600

12800-12801 0x0800

13056-13063

Event Flags (bitmap)

Digital Inputs (bitmap)

Relay Outputs (bitmap)

Counters

13248-13297

+0, 1 0x0B80

+2, 3 0x0B81

+4, 5 0x0B82

+6, 7 0x0B83

+8, 9 0x0B84

+10, 11 0x0B85

1/2-Cycle Values

V1 Voltage

V2 Voltage

V3 Voltage

Not used

V12 Voltage

V23 Voltage

+12, 13 0x0B86

+14, 15 0x0B87

+16, 17 0x0B88

+18, 19 0x0B89

V31 Voltage

I1 Current

I2 Current

I3 Current

+20, 21 0x0B8A Not used

+22, 23 0x0B8B In Current

13312-13377

1-Cycle Phase Values

+16,17 0x0C08 kW L3

0-999,999

0-999,999

0-999,999

0-999,999

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0

0-Imax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U2

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U1

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

U1

U1

UINT32 R/W

UINT32 R/W

UINT32 R/W

UINT32 R/W

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1

1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R 1

UINT32 R 1

UINT32 R 1

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

34

+30,31 0x0C0F

+32,33 0x0C10

+34,35 0x0C11

+36,37 0x0C12

+38,39 0x0C13

+40,41 0x0C14

+42,43 0x0C15

+44,45 0x0C16

+46,47 0x0C17

Power factor L1

Power factor L2

Power factor L3

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

+54,55 0x0C1B I1 Current TDD

+56,57 0x0C1C I2 Current TDD

+58,59 0x0C1D I3 Current TDD

13696-13703

1-Cycle Total Values

+8,9 0x0F04

+10,11 0x0F05

+12,13 0x0F06

+14,15 0x0F07

+16,17 0x0F08

+18,19 0x0F09

+20,21 0x0F0A

+22,23 0x0F0B

+24,25 0x0F0C

13824-13833

Total PF lag

Total PF lead

Total kW import

Total kW export

Total kvar import

Total kvar export

3-phase average L-N/L-L voltage

3-phase average L-L voltage

3-phase average current

1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

+2,3 0x1001 In (neutral) Current

+4,5 0x1002 Frequency

13888-13919

+0,1 0x1080

Phasor

V1/V12 Voltage magnitude

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

0-Pmax

-1000-1000

-1000-1000

-1000-1000

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

10-9999

10-9999

10-9999

0-1000

0-1000

0-1000

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U3

×0.001

×0.001

×0.001

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1

×0.1

×0.1

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

U1

U1

U1

U3

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1000-1000

0-1.000

0-1.000

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Fmax

0-3000

0-3000

0-Vmax

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

2

2

2

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

U3

U3

U3

U3

U1

U3

U3

×0.001

×0.001

×0.001

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

U1

U2

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1

UINT32 R

U2 UINT32 R

×0.01Hz UINT32 R

×0.1% UINT32 R

×0.1%

U1

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

2

35

+2,3 0x1081

+4,5 0x1082

+8,9 0x1084

+10,11 0x1085

+12,13 0x1086

V2/V23 Voltage magnitude

V3/V31 Voltage magnitude

I1 Current magnitude

I2 Current magnitude

I3 Current magnitude

+16,17 0x1088

+18,19 0x1089

+20,21 0x108A

V1/V12 Voltage angle

V2/V23 Voltage angle

V3/V31 Voltage angle

+24,25 0x108C I1 Current angle

+26,27 0x108D I2 Current angle

+28,29 0x108E I3 Current angle

13952-14017

1-Second Phase Values

+16,17 0x1108 kW L3

+30,31 0x110F

+32,33 0x1110

+34,35 0x1111

+36,37 0x1112

+38,39 0x1113

+40,41 0x1114

+42,43 0x1115

+44,45 0x1116

+46,47 0x1117

Power factor L1

Power factor L2

Power factor L3

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

U1

U1

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

U2

U2

U2

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

U1

U1

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1000-1000

-1000-1000

U1

U2

U2

U2

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

-1000-1000

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

10-9999

10-9999

10-9999

U3

U3

U3

U3

×0.001

×0.001

×0.001

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1

×0.1

×0.1

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

2

2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R 1

UINT32 R 1

UINT32 R 1

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R 2 3-sec value

UINT32 R 2 3-sec value

UINT32 R 2 3-sec value

36

+54,55 0x111B I1 Current TDD

+56,57 0x111C I2 Current TDD

+58,59 0x111D I3 Current TDD

14336-14343

1-Second Total Values

+8,9 0x1404

+10,11 0x1405

+12,13 0x1406

+14,15 0x1407

+16,17 0x1408

+18,19 0x1409

+20,21 0x140A

+22,23 0x140B

+24,25 0x140C

14464-14473

Total PF lag

Total PF lead

Total kW import

Total kW export

Total kvar import

Total kvar export

3-phase average L-N/L-L voltage

3-phase average L-L voltage

3-phase average current

1-Second Auxiliary Values

+2,3 0x1501 In (neutral) Current

+4,5 0x1502 Frequency

14504-14527

+0,1 0x1580

+2,3 0x1581

+4,5 0x1582

+8,9 0x1584

+10,11 0x1585

+12,13 0x1586

+16,17 0x1588

+18,19 0x1589

+20,21 0x158A

14592-14651

+0,1 0x1600

+2,3 0x1601

+4,5 0x1602

Present Harmonic Demands

V1/V12 THD demand

V2/V23 THD demand

V3/V31 THD demand

I1 THD demand

I2 THD demand

I3 THD demand

I1 TDD demand

I2 TDD demand

I3 TDD demand

Present Volt, Ampere and Power Demands

V1/V12 Volt demand

V2/V23 Volt demand

V3/V31 Volt demand

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-1000 ×0.1%

0-1000

0-1000

0-Vmax

×0.1%

×0.1%

U1

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1000-1000

0-1.000

0-1.000

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Fmax

0-3000

U1

U1

U3

U3

U3

×0.001

×0.001

×0.001

U3

U3

U3

U3

U1

U1

U2

0-3000

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-1000

0-1000

0-1000

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

U1

U1

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

UINT16 R

UINT16 R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1

2

2

UINT32 R

U2 UINT32 R

×0.01Hz UINT32 R

×0.1% UINT32 R

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

UINT32 R

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

2

2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

U1

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R 2

37

+6,7 0x1603

+8,9 0x1604

+10,11 0x1605

+12,13 0x1606

+14,15 0x1607

+16,17 0x1608

+18,19 0x1609

+20,21 0x160A

+22,23 0x160B

I1 Ampere demand

I2 Ampere demand

I3 Ampere demand kW import block demand kvar import block demand kVA block demand kW import sliding window demand kvar import sliding window demand kVA sliding window demand

+30,31 0x160F

+32,33 0x1610

+34,35 0x1611

+36,37 0x1612

+38,39 0x1613

+40,41 0x1614

+42,43 0x1615 kW import accumulated demand kvar import accumulated demand kVA accumulated demand kW import predicted sliding window demand kvar import predicted sliding window demand kVA predicted sliding window demand

PF (import) at Max. kVA sliding window demand

+44,45 0x1616

+46,47 0x1617

+48,49 0x1618

+50,51 0x1619 kW export block demand kvar export block demand kW export sliding window demand kvar export sliding window demand

+52,53 0x161A

+54,55 0x161B kW export accumulated demand kvar export accumulated demand

+56,57 0x161C kW export predicted sliding window demand

+58,59 0x161D kvar export predicted sliding window demand

14720-14737

+0,1 0x1700

+2,3 0x1701

Total Energies

kWh import kWh export

+8,9 0x1704

+10,11 0x1705 kvarh import kvarh export

+16,17 0x1708

14760-14775

+0,1 0x1780

+2,3 0x1781 kVAh total

Summary Energy Registers

Summary energy register #1

Summary energy register #2

+14,15 0x1787 Summary energy register #8

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-Imax

0-Imax

U2

U2

0-Imax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U2

U3

U3

U3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-1000

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

R

U3

U3

U3

×0.001

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

U3

U3

U3

U3

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

INT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

UINT32 R

1 kvarh UINT32 R

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kVAh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

INT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R

38

14848-14865

+0,1 0x1800

+2,3 0x1801

+4,5 0x1802

+6,7 0x1803

+8,9 0x1804

+10,11 0x1805

+12,13 0x1806

+14,15 0x1807

+16,17 0x1808

14912-14931

+0, 1 0x1880

+2, 3 0x1881

+4, 5 0x1882

+6, 7 0x1883

Phase Energies

kWh import L1 kWh import L2 kWh import L3 kvarh import L1 kvarh import L2 kvarh import L3 kVAh total L1 kVAh total L2 kVAh total L3

Symmetrical Components

Positive-sequence voltage

Negative-sequence voltage

Zero-sequence voltage

Negative-sequence voltage unbalance

+8, 9 0x1884

+10, 11 0x1885

+12, 13 0x1886

+14, 15 0x1887

+16, 17 0x1888

+18, 19 0x1889

14976-15075

+0,1 0x1900

Zero-sequence voltage unbalance

Positive-sequence current

Negative-sequence current

Zero-sequence current

Negative-sequence current unbalance

Zero-sequence current unbalance

V1/V12 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

+2,3 0x1901 H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+98,99 0x1931 H50 Harmonic distortion

15104-15203

+0,1 0x1A00

+2,3 0x1A01

V2/V23 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+98,99 0x1A31 H50 Harmonic distortion

15232-15331

V3/V31 Harmonic Distortion

+0,1 0x1B00

+2,3 0x1B01

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+98,99 0x1B31 H50 Harmonic distortion

15360-15459

I1 Harmonic Distortion

+0,1 0x1C00

+2,3 0x1C01

H01 Harmonic distortion

H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+98,99 0x1C31 H50 Harmonic distortion

15488-15587

I2 Harmonic Distortion

+0,1 0x1D00 H01 Harmonic distortion

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-3000

0-3000

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-3000

0-3000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-999,999,999 1 kWh

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

1 kvarh UINT32

1 kvarh UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

1 kVAh

1 kVAh

1 kVAh

U1

U1

U1

×0.1%

×0.1%

U2

U2

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

U2

×0.1%

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

×0.1%

UINT32 R

2

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

2

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

2

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

39

+2,3 0x1D01 H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+98,99 0x1D31 H50 Harmonic distortion

15616-15715

+0,1 0x1E00

I3 Harmonic Distortion

H01 Harmonic distortion

+2,3 0x1E01 H02 Harmonic distortion

...

+98,99 0x1E31

17024-17059

H50 Harmonic distortion

Fundamental Phase Values

+16,17 0x2908 kW L3

+30,31 0x290F

+32,33 0x2910

Power factor L1

Power factor L2

+34,35 0x2911 Power factor L3

17088-17099 Flicker

17152-17159

+0,1 0x2A00

+2,3 0x2A01

+4,5 0x2A02

+6,7 0x2A03

17408-17467

Fundamental Total Values

Total fundamental kW

Total fundamental kvar

Total fundamental kVA

Total fundamental PF

Minimum 1-Cycle Phase Values

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-10000 ×0.01% UINT32 R

0-10000 ×0.01% UINT32 R

0-10000

0-10000

×0.01%

UINT32 R

×0.01% UINT32 R

0-10000 ×0.01% UINT32 R

0-Vmax U1 UINT32 R 2

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

2

2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1000-1000

-1000-1000

-1000-1000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

U3

×0.001

×0.001

UINT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

×0.001 INT32 R

2

×0.01

×0.01

×0.01

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

0-10000

0-10000

×0.01

×0.01

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

0-10000 ×0.01 UINT32 R

-Pmax-Pmax U3 INT32 R

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

-1000-1000

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

×0.001

U1

U1

U1

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32

UINT32

R

R

INT32 R

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

40

+12-35 0x2C06-

0x2C11

+36,37 0x2C12

+38,39 0x2C13

+40,41 0x2C14

+42,43 0x2C15

+44,45 0x2C16

+46,47 0x2C17

Not used

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

+54,55 0x2C1B I1 Current TDD

+56,57 0x2C1C I2 Current TDD

+58,59 0x2C1D I3 Current TDD

17536-17543

Minimum 1-Cycle Total Values

17664-17669

Minimum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

+4,5 0x2E02 Frequency

18432-18491

Maximum 1-Cycle Phase Values

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

10-9999

10-9999

10-9999

0-1000

0-1000

0-1000

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-1000

0-Imax

0-Fmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-Imax

0-Imax

U2

U2

0-Imax

0

U2

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

10-9999

10-9999

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1

×0.1

×0.1

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

U3

U3

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

2

2

2

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R U3

×0.001

U2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

×0.01Hz UINT32 R

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

R

2

2

2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1

×0.1

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R 2 0.2-sec value

UINT32 R 2 0.2-sec value

UINT32 R 2 0.2-sec value

+12-35 0x3406-

0x3411

+36,37 0x3412

+38,39 0x3413

+40,41 0x3414

+42,43 0x3415

+44,45 0x3416

+46,47 0x3417

Not used

V1/V12 Voltage THD

V2/V23 Voltage THD

V3/V31 Voltage THD

I1 Current THD

I2 Current THD

I3 Current THD

41

+30,31 0x370F

+32,33 0x3710

19008-19031

+0,1 0x3880

+2,3 0x3881

+4,5 0x3882

+8,9 0x3884

+10,11 0x3885

+12,13 0x3886

+16,17 0x3888

+18,19 0x3889

+20,21 0x388A

Maximum kW export sliding window demand

Maximum kvar export sliding window demand

Maximum Harmonic Demands

V1/V12 THD demand

V2/V23 THD demand

V3/V31 THD demand

I1 THD demand

I2 THD demand

I3 THD demand

I1 TDD demand

I2 TDD demand

I3 TDD demand

+54,55 0x341B

+56,57 0x341C

+58,59 0x341D I3 Current TDD

18560-18567

18688-18693

I1 Current TDD

I2 Current TDD

Maximum 1-Cycle Total Values

Maximum 1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

+4,5 0x3602 Frequency

18816-18849

Maximum Demands

+0,1 0x3700

+2,3 0x3701

+4,5 0x3702

+6,7 0x3703

+8,9 0x3704

+10,11 0x3705

V1/V12 Maximum volt demand

V2/V23 Maximum volt demand

V3/V31 Maximum volt demand

I1 Maximum ampere demand

I2 Maximum ampere demand

I3 Maximum ampere demand

+18,19 0x3709

+20,21 0x370A

+22,23 0x370B

Maximum kW import sliding window demand

Maximum kvar import sliding window demand

Maximum kVA sliding window demand

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

Options/Range

3

Units

3

10-9999 ×0.1

0-1000

0-1000

0-1000

-Pmax-Pmax

-Pmax-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-1000

0-Imax

0-Fmax

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

U3

U3

INT32 R

INT32 R

UINT32 R U3

×0.001

U2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

×0.01Hz UINT32 R

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

U2

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

2

2

2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

0-1000

0-1000

0-1000

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

42

19328-19359

+0,1 0x3B00

+2,3 0x3B01

19392-19393

+0,1 0x3B80

+2,3 0x3B81

19456-19459

+2,3 0x3C01

Scaled Analog Inputs

Analog input AI1

Analog input AI2

Raw Analog Inputs

Analog input AI1

Analog input AI2

TOU Parameters

Active profile

19520-19524

Scaled Analog Outputs

+0,1 0x3C80

+2,3 0x3C81

Analog output AO1

Analog output AO2

19584-19599

TOU Energy Register #1

+0,1 0x3D00 Tariff #1 register

Options/Range

3

Units

3

AI1min-AI1Max

AI2min-AI2Max

0-4095

0-4095

0-7

0-15:

1-3 = Season 1 Profile #1-4,

4-7 = Season 2 Profile #1-4,

8-11 = Season 3 Profile #1-4,

12-15 = Season 4 Profile #1-4

0-4095

0-4095

0-999,999,999 1 kWh

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R/W

R/W

R

+2,3 0x3D01 Tariff #2 register

0-999,999,999 1 kWh UINT32 R

R

+14,15 0x3D07 Tariff #8 register 0-999,999,999

19712-19727

+0,1 0x3E00

TOU Energy Register #2

Tariff #1 register 0-999,999,999 1 kWh UINT32 R

+2,3 0x3E01 Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x3E07

19840-19855

Tariff #8 register

TOU Energy Register #3

+0,1 0x3F00

+2,3 0x3F01

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x3F07 Tariff #8 register

19968-19983

+0,1 0x4000

TOU Energy Register #4

Tariff #1 register

+2,3 0x4001 Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4007 Tariff #8 register

20096-20111

+0,1 0x4100

+2,3 0x4101

TOU Energy Register #5

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4107 Tariff #8 register

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh UINT32 R

R

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

1 kWh UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

1 kWh UINT32 R

R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1 kWh UINT32 R

43

20224-20239

+0,1 0x4200

TOU Energy Register #6

Tariff #1 register

+2,3 0x4201 Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4207

20352-20367

Tariff #8 register

TOU Energy Register #7

+0,1 0x4300

+2,3 0x4301

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4307 Tariff #8 register

20480-20495

TOU Energy Register #8

+0,1 0x4400

+2,3 0x4401

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

+14,15 0x4407 Tariff #8 register

20608-20623

+0,1 0x4500

Summary Energy Accumulated Demands

Summary register #1 demand

+2,3 0x4501 Summary register #2 demand

+14,15 0x4507

20672-20687

+0,1 0x4580

+2,3 0x4581

Summary register #8 demand

Summary Energy Block Demands

Summary register #1 demand

Summary register #2 demand

+14,15 0x4587

20736-20751

+0,1 0x4600

+2,3 0x4601

Summary register #8 demand

Summary Energy Sliding Window Demands

Summary register #1 demand

Summary register #2 demand

+14,15 0x4607 Summary register #8 demand

20928-20943

+0,1 0x4780

Summary Energy Maximum Demands

Summary register #1 maximum demand

+2,3 0x4781 Summary register #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x4787

20992-21023

Summary register #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #1

+0,1 0x4800

+2,3 0x4801

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x4807 Tariff #8 maximum demand

21120-21135

TOU Maximum Demand Register #2

+0,1 0x4900

+2,3 0x4901

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-999,999,999 1 kWh

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

1 kWh

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh

1 kWh

R

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

1 kWh UINT32 R

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

U3 UINT32 R

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

U3 UINT32 R

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

44

+14,15 0x4907 Tariff #8 maximum demand

21248-21263

+0,1 0x4A00

TOU Maximum Demand Register #3

Tariff #1 maximum demand

+2,3 0x4A01 Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x4A07

21056-21071

+0,1 0x4880

+2,3 0x4881

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #4

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x4887

21184-21199

+0,1 0x4980

+2,3 0x4981

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #5

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x4987 Tariff #8 maximum demand

21312-21325

+0,1 0x4A80

TOU Maximum Demand Register #6

Tariff #1 maximum demand

+2,3 0x4A81 Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x4A87

22400-22415

+0,1 0x5300

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #7

Tariff #1 maximum demand

+2,3 0x5301 Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x5307

22464-22479

Tariff #8 maximum demand

TOU Maximum Demand Register #8

+0,1 0x5380

+2,3 0x5381

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Tariff #2 maximum demand

+14,15 0x5387 Tariff #8 maximum demand

24576-24675

+0,1 0x6400

+2,3 0x6401

V1/V12 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+98,99 0x6431 H50 Harmonic angle

24704-24803

V2/V23 Harmonic Angles

+0,1 0x6500

+2,3 0x6501

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+98,99 0x6531 H50 Harmonic angle

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-Pmax

R

U3 UINT32 R

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

R

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

U3 UINT32 R

R

R

R

U3 UINT32 R

R

U3 UINT32 R

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

U3 UINT32 R

×0.1º

×0.1º

2, 4

INT32 R

INT32 R

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

INT32 R

2, 4

INT32 R

INT32 R

INT32 R

45

24832-24931

+0,1 0x6600

V3/V31 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

+2,3 0x6601 H02 Harmonic angle

...

+98,99 0x6631 H50 Harmonic angle

25088-25187

+0,1 0x6800

I1 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

+2,3 0x6801 H02 Harmonic angle

...

+98,99 0x6831 H50 Harmonic angle

25216-25315

+0,1 0x6900

+2,3 0x6901

I2 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+98,99 0x6931 H50 Harmonic angle

25344-25443

+0,1 0x6A00

+2,3 0x6A01

I3 Harmonic Angles

H01 Harmonic angle

H02 Harmonic angle

...

+98,99 0x6A31 H50 Harmonic angle

25728-25777

10-Minute RMS Values

+34,35 0x6D11 Zero-sequence voltage

+40,41 0x6D14 Negative-sequence voltage unbalance

+42,43 0x6D15 Negative-sequence current unbalance

+44-49 0x6D16Not used

25984-26021

0x6D18

10-Minute Total Harmonics

+8,9 0x6F04

+10,11 0x6F05

+12,13 0x6F06

+16,17 0x6F08

+18,19 0x6F09

I1 THD

I2 THD

I3 THD

V1 interharmonic THD

V2 interharmonic THD

Options/Range

3

Units

3

-1800-1800 ×0.1º

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

-1800-1800

×0.1º

2, 4

INT32 R

×0.1º

×0.1º

INT32 R

INT32 R

4

INT32 R

×0.1º INT32 R

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

INT32 R

4

INT32 R

INT32 R

×0.1º

×0.1º

×0.1º

INT32 R

4

INT32 R

INT32 R

-1800-1800 ×0.1º INT32 R

U1

U1

U1

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0

0-3000

0-3000

0

U1

U2

×0.1%

×0.1%

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0

0-9999

0-9999

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

2

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R 2

2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R 2

46

+20,21 0x6F0A V3 interharmonic THD

+24,25 0x6F0C I1 interharmonic THD

+26,27 0x6F0D I2 interharmonic THD

+28,29 0x6F0E I3 interharmonic THD

+32,33 0x6F10

+34,35 0x6F11

I1 TDD

I2 TDD

0x7000

Generic TOU Season Energy Registers

Tariff #1 register

0x7001 Tariff #2 register

0x7007 Tariff #8 register

Generic TOU Season Maximum Demand

Registers

0x7100

0x7101

Tariff #1 register

Tariff #2 register

0x7107 Tariff #8 register

Generic Data

0x7418 Frequency

0x7421

0x7422

0x7423

0x750F

0x7510

0x7511

0x7513

0x7514

V1 interharmonic THD

V2 interharmonic THD

V3 interharmonic THD

V1 impulsive voltage

V2 impulsive voltage

V3 impulsive voltage

V12 impulsive voltage

V23 impulsive voltage

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-Imax

0-3000

0-10000

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

0-Vmax

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-9999

0

0-9999

×0.1%

0-9999

0-9999

0

0-1000

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

0-1000

0-1000

×0.1%

×0.1%

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

0-999,999,999

1 kWh

1 kWh

1 kWh

UINT32 R 2

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

U2

U2

UINT32 1

UINT32 1

UINT32 1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

U2 UINT32

×0.1% UINT32

×0.01Hz UINT32

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

×0.1%

U1

UINT32 2

UINT32 2

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

2

2

2

2

U1

U1

U1

U1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

47

0x7515

0x1900

0x1931

0x1A00

0x1A01

0x1A31

0x1B00

0x1B01

0x5B02

0x5B04

0x5B06

0x6005

0x6006

0x6007

0x6008

0x600A

0x600B

0x600C

0x600D

0x600F

0x6010

0x6011

0x6012

V31 impulsive voltage

V1 H01 harmonic voltage, %Un

0x1901 V1 H02 harmonic voltage, %Un

...

V1 H50 harmonic voltage, %Un

V2 H01 harmonic voltage, %Un

V2 H02 harmonic voltage, %Un

...

V2 H50 harmonic voltage, %Un

V3 H01 harmonic voltage, %Un

V3 H02 harmonic voltage, %Un

...

0x1B31 V3 H50 harmonic voltage, %Un

Rapid voltage change on phase V1, %Un

Rapid voltage change on phase V2, %Un

Rapid voltage change on phase V3, %Un

V1 Frq1 %Un, 1st signaling voltage magnitude V1

V1 Frq2 %Un, 2nd signaling voltage magnitude V1

V1 Frq3 %Un, 3rd signaling voltage magnitude V1

V1 Frq4 %Un, 4th signaling voltage magnitude V1

V2 Frq1 %Un, 1st signaling voltage magnitude V2

V2 Frq2 %Un, 2nd signaling voltage magnitude V2

V2 Frq3 %Un, 3rd signaling voltage magnitude V2

V2 Frq4 %Un, 4th signaling voltage magnitude V2

V3 Frq1 %Un, 1st signaling voltage magnitude V3

V3 Frq2 %Un, 2nd signaling voltage magnitude V3

V3 Frq3 %Un, 3rd signaling voltage magnitude V3

V3 Frq4 %Un, 4th signaling voltage magnitude V3

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

Options/Range

3

Units

3

0-Vmax

0-10000

U1 UINT32

×0.01% UINT32 2

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01%

UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

0-10000

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01 UINT32 2

×0.01

×0.01

×0.01

×0.01

×0.01

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

2

2

2

2

2

0.01%

0.01%

UINT32

UINT32

0.01% UINT32

×0.01%

UINT32

2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

×0.01% UINT32 2

3

4

NOTES:

1

2

When the 4LN3, 4LL3, 3LN3, 3LL3, 3BLN3 or 3BLL3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line.

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line voltages.

For volts, amps, power and frequency scales and units, refer to Section 4 ”Data Scales and Units”.

Harmonic angles are referenced to the fundamental voltage harmonic H01 on phase L1.

48

3.5 Minimum/Maximum Log Registers

Description

35840-35959

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

+8,9

+10,11

+12,13

+14,15

+84,85

+86,87

+88,89

+90,91

+92,93

+94,95

+96,97

+98,99

+100,101

+102,103

+104,105

+106,107

+108,109

+110,111

+112,113

+114,115

+116,117

+118,119

0x2C00

0x2C01

0x2C02

0x2C03

+16,17

+18,19

+20,21

+22,23

0x2C04

0x2C05

+24-71 0x2C06-

0x2C11

+72,73

+74,75

0x2C12

0x2C13 +76,77

+78,79

+80,81

+82,83

0x2C14

Minimum Phase Values

Min. V1/V12 Voltage

Timestamp

Min. V2/V23 Voltage

Timestamp

Min. V3/V31 Voltage

Timestamp

Min. I1 Current

Timestamp

Min. I2 Current

Timestamp

Min. I3 Current

Timestamp

Not used

Min. V1/V12 Voltage THD

Timestamp

Min. V2/V23 Voltage THD

Timestamp

Min. V3/V31 Voltage THD

Timestamp

0x2C15

0x2C16

0x2C17

0x2C18

Min. I1 Current THD

Timestamp

Min. I2 Current THD

Timestamp

Min. I3 Current THD

Timestamp

Min. I1 K-Factor

Timestamp

0x2C19 Min. I2 K-Factor

Timestamp

0x2C1A Min. I3 K-Factor

Timestamp

0x2C1B Min. I1 Current TDD

Timestamp

0x2C1C Min. I2 Current TDD

Timestamp

0x2C1D Min. I3 Current TDD

Timestamp

Options/Range/Format

2

Units

2

0-Vmax

F1

0-Vmax

F1

0-Vmax

F1

0-Imax

F1

U1 sec

U1 sec

U1 sec

U2 sec

Type R/W

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1

1

1

0 sec UINT32

INT32

R

R

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

10-9999

10-9999

10-9999

0-1000

0-1000

Notes

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1

0.2-sec value

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1 sec

×0.1 sec

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1

1

1

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

×0.1 sec

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

0.2-sec value sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

0.2-sec value

49

Description

36096-36111

+0,1

Minimum Total Values

0x2D00 Min. Total kW

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

Timestamp

0x2D01 Min. Total kvar

Timestamp

+8,9

+10,11

+12,13

+14,15

36352-36362

0x2D02 Min. Total kVA

Timestamp

0x2D03 Min. Total PF

Timestamp

Minimum Auxiliary Values

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

0x2E01

+8,9

+10,11

0x2E02

36864-36983

+0,1 0x3400

0x3401

0x3402 +8,9

+10,11

+12,13

+14,15

+16,17

+18,19

+20,21

+22,23

0x3403

0x3404

0x3405

Min. In Current

Timestamp

Min. Frequency

Timestamp

Maximum Phase Values

Max. V1/V12 Voltage

Timestamp

Max. V2/V23 Voltage

Timestamp

Max. V3/V31 Voltage

Timestamp

Max. I1 Current

Timestamp

Max. I2 Current

Timestamp

Max. I3 Current

Timestamp

Not used +24-71 0x3406-

0x3411

+72,73

+74,75

0x3412

0x3413 +76,77

+78,79

+80,81

+82,83

0x3414

+84,85

+86,87

+88,89

+90,91

+92,93

+94,95

0x3415

0x3416

0x3417

+96,97 0x3418

Max. V1/V12 Voltage THD

Timestamp

Max. V2/V23 Voltage THD

Timestamp

Max. V3/V31 Voltage THD

Timestamp

Max. I1 Current THD

Timestamp

Max. I2 Current THD

Timestamp

Max. I3 Current THD

Timestamp

Max. I1 K-Factor

Options/Range/Format

2

-1000-1000

Units

2

Type R/W

sec UINT32 R sec

INT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

×0.001 sec

INT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

0-Fmax

0-Vmax sec

×0.01Hz sec

U1 sec

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1

1

1 sec UINT32 R

0 sec UINT32 R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

INT32 R

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

10-9999

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

Notes

1

0.2-sec value

1

0.2-sec value

1

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

50

Description

+98,99

+100,101

+102,103

+104,105

+4,5

+6,7

0x3419

0x341A

Timestamp

Max. I2 K-Factor

Timestamp

Max. I3 K-Factor

+106,107

+108,109

+110,111

+112,113

+114,115

+116,117

+118,119

37120-37135

+0,1

+2,3

0x341B

0x341C

0x341D

0x3500

Timestamp

Max. I1 Current TDD

Timestamp

Max. I2 Current TDD

Timestamp

Max. I3 Current TDD

Timestamp

Maximum Total Values

Max. Total kW

Timestamp

0x3501 Max. Total kvar

Timestamp

+8,9

+10,11

+12,13

+14,15

37376-37387

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

+8,9

+10,11

37504-37535

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

0x3502

0x3503

0x3601

0x3602

0x4780

0x4781

Max. Total kVA

Timestamp

Max. Total PF

Timestamp

Maximum Auxiliary Values

Max. In Current

Timestamp

Max. Frequency

Timestamp

Summary Energy Maximum Demands

Summary register #1 Maximum Demand

Timestamp

Summary register #2 Maximum Demand

Timestamp

+28,29

+30,31

0x4783 Summary register #8 Maximum Demand

Timestamp

37632-37695

+0,1

+2,3

0x3700

0x3701

Maximum Demands

V1/V12 Maximum volt demand

Timestamp

+4,5

+6,7

+8,9

+10,11

+12,13

+14,15

0x3702

0x3703

V2/V23 Maximum volt demand

Timestamp

V3/V31 Maximum volt demand

Timestamp

I1 Maximum ampere demand

Timestamp

Options/Range/Format

2

Units

2

10-9999

10-9999

0-1000

0-1000

0-1000

×0.1 sec

×0.1 sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

Type R/W

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

0.2-sec value

-1000-1000 sec UINT32 R sec

INT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

×0.001 sec

INT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

Notes

0-Fmax sec

×0.01Hz sec

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

0-Vmax U1 sec

UINT32

UINT32

1 sec UINT32

R

R

R

1

1 sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

51

Description

+16,17

+18,19

+20,21

+22,23

+24,25

+26,27

+28,29

+30,31

+32,33

+34,35

+36,37

+38,39

+40,41

+42,43

+44,45

+46,47

+48,49

+50,51

0x3704

0x3705

0x3706

0x3707

0x3708

0x3709

0x370A

0x370B

0x3737

I2 Maximum ampere demand

Timestamp

I3 Maximum ampere demand

Timestamp

Not used

Timestamp

Not used

Timestamp

Not used

Timestamp

Maximum kW import sliding window demand

Timestamp

Maximum kvar import sliding window demand

Timestamp

Maximum kVA sliding window demand

Timestamp

Not used

Timestamp

+52,53

+54,55

+56,57

+58,59

+60,61

+62,63

0x370D Not used

Timestamp

0x370E Not used

Timestamp

0x370F Maximum kW export sliding window demand

Timestamp

+64,65

+66,67

38016-38063

0x3710

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

0x3880

0x3881

Maximum kvar export sliding window demand

Timestamp

Maximum Harmonic Demands

V1/V12 THD demand

Timestamp

V2/V23 THD demand

Timestamp

+8,9

+10,11

+12,13

+14,15

+16,17

+18,19

+20,21

+22,23

0x3882

0x3884

0x3885

+24,25

+26,27

+28,29

+30,31

0x3886

+32,33 0x3888

V3/V31 THD demand

Timestamp

I1 THD demand

Timestamp

I2 THD demand

Timestamp

I3 THD demand

Timestamp

I1 TDD demand

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-9999

0-1000

Options/Range/Format

2

Units

2

Type R/W

sec UINT32 R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R

Notes

UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec UINT32 R sec UINT32 R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

UINT32 R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

1

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

1

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

×0.1%

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

UINT32 R

52

Description

+34,35

+36,37

+38,39

+40,41

0x3889

0x388A

+42,43

+44,45

+46,47

38144-38175

+0,1

+2,3

0x4800

+4,5

+6,7

+28,29

+30,31

0x4801

Timestamp

I2 TDD demand

Timestamp

I3 TDD demand

Timestamp

TOU Maximum Demand Register #1

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

0x4807 Tariff #8 maximum demand

Timestamp

38400-38431

+0,1

+2,3

0x4900

+4,5

+6,7

+28,29

+30,31

38656-38687

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

0x4901

TOU Maximum Demand Register #2

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

0x4907 Tariff #8 maximum demand

0x4A00

0x4A01

Timestamp

TOU Maximum Demand Register #3

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

+28,29

+30,31

38272-38313

+0,1

+2,3

0x4A07 Tariff #8 maximum demand

0x4880

Timestamp

TOU Maximum Demand Register #4

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

+4,5

+6,7

0x4881 Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

+28,29

+30,31

38528-38559

0x4887

0x4980

Tariff #8 maximum demand

Timestamp

TOU Maximum Demand Register #5

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

0x4981

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

Options/Range/Format

2

Units

2

0-1000

0-1000

Type R/W

×0.1% sec

×0.1% sec

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R sec UINT32 R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec UINT32 R

R sec UINT32 R sec UINT32 R sec UINT32 R

R sec UINT32 R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec UINT32 R

Notes

53

Description

+28,29

+30,31

38784-38815

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

0x4987 Tariff #8 maximum demand

Timestamp

TOU Maximum Demand Register #6

0x4A80

0x4A81

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

+28,29

+30,31

+4,5

+6,7

0x4A87 Tariff #8 maximum demand

Timestamp

38912-38943

+0,1

+2,3

0x5300

0x5301

TOU Maximum Demand Register #7

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

+28,29

+30,31

39040-39071

0x5307

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

+6,7

+28,29

+30,31

0x5380

0x5381

Tariff #8 maximum demand

Timestamp

TOU Maximum Demand Register #8

Tariff #1 maximum demand

Timestamp

Tariff #2 maximum demand

Timestamp

0x5387 Tariff #8 maximum demand

Timestamp

Options/Range/Format

2

0-Pmax

Units

2

Type R/W

R sec UINT32 R sec UINT32 R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

U3 sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec

UINT32

UINT32

R

R sec UINT32 R

R sec UINT32 R

NOTES:

1

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line voltages.

2

For volts, amps, power and frequency scales and units, refer to Section 4 ”Data Scales and Units”.

Notes

54

3.6 Device Control and Status Registers

Device Restart Register

2560

Device Identification

2563

2565

Warm restart of the device

Firmware build number

Firmware version number

Options/Range Units Notes

0 when read,

0xFFFF when written = restart the device

0

1-99

0

2500-2599

UINT16

UINT16

R

R Two higher decimal digits = major version number, two lower decimal digits = minor version number

F28

Device Authorization Registers

2575 Write: 4-digit password. Read: 0 = access permitted,

-1 = authorization required.

44378-44379 Write: 8-digit password. Read: 0 = access permitted,

-1 = authorization required.

User Event Flags Registers (bit map)

44032 Event flags set register (0 = no effect, 1 = set)

44034

44036

Event flags clear register (0=clear, 1 = no effect)

Event flags status (0 = cleared, 1 = set)

Remote Relay Control Registers (bit map)

0-9999 (write)

0/-1 (read)

0 - 99999999 (write)

0/-1 (read)

0x0000 - 0x00FF

0x0000 - 0x00FF

0x0000 - 0x00FF

44046 0x0000 - 0x0003

44050

44054

44058

44062

Force relay operate register

(0 = no effect, 1 = operate)

Force relay release register

(0 = no effect, 1 = release)

Locally latched relays status

(0 = unlatched, 1 = locally latched)

Remote latched relays status

(0 = unlatched, 1 = remote latched)

Remote relay control disabled status (0 = remote control enabled, 1 = remote control disabled)

0x0000 - 0x0003

0x0000 - 0x0003

0x0000 - 0x0003

0x0000 - 0x0003

44066

44070

44074

44078

44082

Relay status (0 = open, 1 = closed)

Latch relays (0 = not latched mode, 1 = latched mode)

0x0000 - 0x0003

0x0000 - 0x0003

Pulse relays (0 = not pulse mode, 1 = pulse mode)

KYZ relays (0 = not KYZ mode, 1 = KYZ mode)

0x0000 - 0x0003

0x0000 - 0x0003

Relay polarity (0 = normal mode, 1 = inverting mode) 0x0000 - 0x0003

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16 W

UINT16 W

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

W

W

R

R

R

R

R

R

Remote relay control is disabled if the internal pulse source is linked to the relay

55

44086-44101 Reserved

Reset/Clear Registers

Options/Range Units Notes

UINT16

44103

44104

44105

44106

Clear maximum demands

Clear summary and TOU energy registers

Clear summary and TOU maximum demands

Clear counters

0

0 = clear all maximum demands

1 = clear power demands

2 = clear volt, ampere and harmonic demands

0

0

0 = clear all counters,

1-4 = clear counter #1-#4

0

0 = clear EN50160 statistics

UINT16

UINT16

W

W

44107

44108

Clear Min/Max log

Clear statistics

44109-44133 Reserved

Device Mode Control Registers

44134-44135 Reserved

44136 PQ recorder

44137-44165 Reserved

Memory Status Registers

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled

UINT16

UINT16

W

W

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16 R/W

UINT16

44262-44263

44264-44265

Memory size, bytes

Free memory, bytes

44266-44277 Reserved

Log Notification Registers (bit map)

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

44278-44279 Files 0-31 (0 = no new logs, 1 = new record logged) 0x00000000 - 0xFFFFFFFF UINT32 R

44280-44293 Reserved 0

Setpoint Status Registers (bit map)

44294-44295 Setpoints 1-16 status (0 = released, 1 = operated) 0x00000000 - 0x0000FFFF UINT32 R

44296-44309 Reserved

Setpoint Alarm Latch Registers (bit map)

44310-44311 Setpoints 1-16 alarm status. When read: 0 = no setpoint operations logged, 1 = setpoint has been operated at least once since the last alarm bit reset.

When written: 0 = clear setpoint alarm bit, 1 = no effect.

44312-44325 Reserved

0x00000000 - 0x0000FFFF UINT32 R/W

Device Diagnostics Register (bit map)

44326-44327 Device self-diagnostics flags.

When read: 0 = no faults logged, 1 = a fault bit has been set at least once since the last reset.

When written: 0 = clear a fault bit, 1 = no effect.

44328-44341 Reserved

Current Port Number

44342 Active port number

44343-44345 Reserved

F23

0-1 = serial port COM1-COM2 UINT16 R

56

Current Network Settings

44346-44377

+0, 1

+2, 3

+4, 5

Active device IP Address

Active network subnet mask

Active network default gateway

44352-44377 Reserved

Options/Range Units Notes

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

Network byte order

Network byte order

Network byte order

57

3.7 Device Setup Registers

Device Identification

46080-46111

+0,1

+2,3

+4-11

+12-13

+20

+21

+24

+25 Boot loader build number

+26-31 Reserved

Factory Device Settings

46112-46178

+0

+1

V1-V3 input range

V1-V3 input overload

+4

+5

I1-I3 input range

I1-I3 input overload

+64

+65

+66

Basic Setup

2304-2324

+1

+2

+3

Device serial number

Device model ID

Device model name

Device options (bitmap)

Device firmware version number

Device firmware build number

Boot loader version number

Ethernet MAC address 0-1

Ethernet MAC address 2-3

Ethernet MAC address 4-5

PT ratio

CT primary current

Options/Range Units Notes

0-999999

17500

“PM175”

0

2500-2599

1-99

1-99

UINT32

UINT32

CHAR16

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

Null-terminated string

Two higher decimal digits = major version number, two lower decimal digits = minor version number

Two higher decimal digits = major version number, two lower decimal digits = minor version number

690, 120 (option U)

120

1, 5

200

0x0500

0x00F0

0x0000-0xFFFF

F26

10 to 65000

1 to 50,000

Power block demand period 1,2,3,5,10,15,20,30,60 min,

255 = external synchronization

V

%

A

%

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

×0.1

A min

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

Does not limit the 690V input range

UINT16 R/W

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W If the external synchronization is selected, the DI1 input is considered a pulse or KYZ input.

The pulse edge restarts the power demand block accumulation interval.

58

+4

+5-7

+8

+9-10

+11

+12

+13

Volt/ampere/harmonic demand period

Reserved

Number of blocks in a sliding window

Reserved

Nominal line frequency

Maximum demand load current

Nominal secondary voltage (alternative register)

+14-17

+18

+19

Reserved

Nominal secondary voltage

Reserved

+20 PT ratio multiplication factor

Communication Ports Setup

2344-2359

+0 Communication protocol

+1

+2

+3

+4

+5

+6

2344-2351

2352-2359

Interface

Device address

Baud rate

Data format

Flow control

RTS mode

COM1 Setup

COM2 Setup

Options/Range Units Notes

0 to 1800 sec UINT16 R/W

1 to 15

50, 60

0 to 50,000 (0 = CT primary current)

500 to 7000, 65535 = N/A

Hz

×0.1V

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R/W

R

R/W

Read as 65535

Read as 65535

50 to 700 V

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W Available starting with version

25.2.4

R

R/W

Read as 65535

R Read as 65535

×1, ×10

COM1: 0=Modbus RTU, 1=Modbus

ASCII, 2=DNP3.0, 5=Profibus DP

COM2: 0=Modbus RTU, 1=Modbus

ASCII, 2=DNP3.0

COM1: 0=RS-232, 1=RS-422,

2=RS-485, 4=Dial-up Modem,

6=Ethernet, 7=Profibus

COM2: 1=RS-422, 2=RS-485

Modbus: 1-247

DNP3.0: 0–65532

Profibus DP: 0-126

1=300 bps, 2=600 bps, 3=1200 bps, 4=2400 bps, 5=4800 bps,

6=9600 bps, 7=19200 bps,

8=38400 bps, 9=57600 bps,

10=115200 bps

0=7 bits/even parity,

1=8 bits/no parity,

2=8 bits/even parity

0=no flow control

1=software (XON/XOFF)

2=hardware (CTS)

0=not used,

1=RTS is permanently asserted

2=RTS is asserted during the transmission

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

N/A for COM2 (read as 65535)

N/A for COM2 (read as 65535)

59

Device Options Setup

2376-2386

+0 Power calculation mode

+1

+2

+3

+4

Energy roll value

Phase energy calculation mode

Reserved

Analog expander output option

+5

+6-9

+10

Battery mode

Reserved

Energy LED test mode

Alarm/Event Setpoints Setup

352-1055

+0

+1

Condition #1: Logical operator

Condition #1: Trigger parameter ID

+2

+3

+4,5

+6,7

+8

Condition #1: Not used

Condition #1: Not used

Condition #1: Operate limit

Condition #1: Release limit

Condition #2: Logical operator

+9

+10

+11

+12,13

+14,15

+16

+17

+18

Condition #2: Trigger parameter ID

Condition #2: Not used

Condition #2: Not used

Condition #2: Operate limit

Condition #2: Release limit

Condition #3: Logical operator

Condition #3: Trigger parameter ID

Condition #3: Not used

+19

+20,21

+22,23

+24

+25

+26

+27

+28,29

Condition #3: Not used

Condition #3: Operate limit

Condition #3: Release limit

Condition #4: Logical operator

Condition #4: Trigger parameter ID

Condition #4: Not used

Condition #4: Not used

Condition #4: Operate limit

Options/Range Units Notes

0=using reactive power: S=f(P,Q),

1=using non-active power:

Q=f(S,P)

0=1 ×10

4

, 1=1 ×10

5

, 2=1 ×10

6

3=1 ×10

7

, 4=1 ×10

8

, 5=1x10

9

0=disabled, 1=enabled

,

0=none

1=0-20 mA

2=4-20 mA

3=0-1 mA

4= ±1 mA

0 = battery is OFF, 1 = battery is

ON

0=disabled, 1=Wh test, 2=varh test

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

Read as 65535

Read as 65535

R/W LED pulse rate is 10,000 pulses/kWh

0 = OR, 1 = AND

F12

0

0

See Section 3.3

See Section 3.3

0 = OR, 1 = AND

F12

0

0

See Section 3.3

See Section 3.3

0 = OR, 1 = AND

F12

0

0

See Section 3.3

See Section 3.3

0 = OR, 1 = AND

F12

0

0

See Section 3.3

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W Scaled value

R/W Scaled value

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W Scaled value

R/W Scaled value

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W Scaled value

R/W Scaled value

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W Scaled value

60

+30,31

+32

+33

+34

+35

+36

+37

+38

+39

Condition #4: Release limit

Action #1: Action type

Action #1: Action target

Action #2: Action type

Action #2: Action target

Action #3: Action type

Action #3: Action target

Action #4: Action type

Action #4: Action target

352-395

396-439

440-483

484-527

528-571

572-615

616-659

660-703

704-747

748-791

792-835

836-879

880-923

924-967

968-1011

1012-1055

Setpoint #1

Setpoint #2

Setpoint #3

Setpoint #4

Setpoint #5

Setpoint #6

Setpoint #7

Setpoint #8

Setpoint #9

Setpoint #10

Setpoint #11

Setpoint #12

Setpoint #13

Setpoint #14

Setpoint #15

Setpoint #16

Pulse Counters Setup

2940-2947

+0 Source digital input ID

+1 Multiplier

2940-2941

Counter #1 Setup

2942-2943

2944-2945

2946-2947

Local Settings

Counter #2 Setup

Counter #3 Setup

Counter #4 Setup

46400-46415

+0 Reserved

+1 Daylight savings time (DST) option

+2 DST start month

Options/Range Units Notes

See Section 3.3 UINT32 R/W Scaled value

F14

F14

F14

F14

F14

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

F14

F14

F14

0

0-9999

0-9999

×0.1 sec

×0.1 sec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R/W

0

0=not assigned, 1=DI1, 2=DI2

0-9999

0=DST disabled (standard time only), 1=DST enabled

1-12

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

61

+3

+4

+5

+6

+7

+8

DST start week of the month

DST start weekday

DST end month

DST end week of the month

DST end weekday

Clock synchronization source

Options/Range Units Notes

1=1st, 2=2nd, 3=3rd, 4=4th week,

5=the last week of the month

1-7 (1=Sun, 7=Sat)

1-12

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

1=1st, 2=2nd, 3=3rd, 4=4th week,

5=the last week of the month

1-7 (1=Sun, 7=Sat)

1-2 = DI1-DI2, 32767 = meter clock

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

A DI input is considered a pulse or

KYZ input. The pulse edge adjusts the clock at the nearest whole

R/W minute.

R/W

+9

+10

Country code

DST start hour

+11 DST end hour

+12-15 Reserved

Clock Indication and Setup

46416-46447

ITU country calling code

1-6

1-6

+0,1 Local time, in seconds, since Jan 1, 1970 F1

+4 Fractional seconds, milliseconds 0-999

+5 Seconds 0-59

+6 Minutes 0-59 sec

µsec

UINT32

UINT32

R/W

R/W

+7 Hour

+8 Day of month

+9 Month

+10 Year (calendar year minus 2000)

+11

+12

Weekday

Daylight savings time status

0-23

1-31

1-12

0-99

1-7 (1=Sun, 7=Sat)

0=standard time is active,

1=daylight savings time is active

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R

UINT16 +13-31 Reserved

Network Setup

46576-46703

+0,1

Network subnet mask +2,3

+4,5

+6,7

+8,9

Use DHCP

TCP service port

0 = NO, 1 = YES

502 = Modbus/TCP,

20000 = DNP3.0/TCP

UINT32 R/W

R/W +10-127 Reserved

Password Setup

46704-46707

+0,1

+2

Communications password (4 digits)

Password protection enabled

0-9999

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled

UINT32

UINT16

R/W

R/W

Read as 0

62

+3 Reserved

Expert Power Service Setup

46768-46783

+0,1

+2,3

+4,5

Expert Power server IP Address

Expert Power server TCP service port

Expert Power client enabled

+6,7

+8,9

Time to next session

Time to next session

+10-15 Reserved

Internet Service Provider (ISP) accounts

46784-46879

+0-15 ISP telephone number

Options/Range Units Notes

0-65535

0 = client disabled, 1 = client enabled

1-99999

1-99999

46784-46831

46832-46879

DNP Options Setup

51158-51183

+0

+1

+2

Account No.1

Account No.2

Default Binary Input Static object variation

Default Binary Input Change object variation

Default Binary Counter object variation

F24 (default 0)

F24 (default 1)

F24 (default 3)

+3 Default Frozen Binary Counter object variation

+4 Reserved

+5

+6

F24 (default 4)

Default Binary Counter Change Event object variation F24 (default 2)

Default Analog Input object variation F24 (default 3)

+7 Reserved

+8 Reserved

+9

+10

Default Analog Input Change Event object variation

Re-mapping static point indices for event objects

+11 16-bit BC Scaling

+12

+13

F24 (default 2)

0=disabled (default), 1=enabled

0= ×1 (default), 1=×10, 2=×100,

3= ×1000

0=disabled, 1=enabled (default)

0 to 64 (default 32)

+14

+15

+16

+17

+18-21

+22,23

16-bit AI Scaling

Number of points allocated for Analog Input change events

Number of points allocated for Binary Input change events

Number of points allocated for Binary Counter change events

Select/Operate Timeout

Multi Fragment Interval

Reserved

Time Sync Period

0 to 32 (default 0)

0 to 64 (default 0)

2 to 30 seconds (default 10 sec)

50 to 500 ms (default 50 ms)

Read as 65535

1 to 86400 seconds (default 86400 min min

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

CHAR32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

R/W

R/W

R

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

Default = 5001

Same as previous

63

+24

+25

Voltage scale, volts secondary

Current scale, amps secondary

51184-51189 Reserved

DNP Events Setup

51190-51445

+0,1 Threshold/Deadband

+2

+3

DNP point number

Event scan control field (bitmap)

51190-51193

DNP Event #1

51194-51197

DNP Event #2

51442-51445

DNP Event #64

51446-51701 Reserved

DNP Class 0 Point Assignments

51702-51797

+0

+1

+2

DNP object and variation

Start point number

Number of points in a range

51702-51704

51705-51707

51795-51797

DNP Class 0 Points Range 1

DNP Class 0 Points Range 2

DNP Class 0 Points Range 32

51798-51893 Reserved

EN50160 PQ Recorder Triggers Setup

(EN50160 voltage characteristics)

50134-50453

+1 Hysteresis, % of threshold

Options/Range Units Notes

sec)

60 to 828V (default 144V)

100

V UINT16 R/W

×0.1A UINT16 R/W

0 to 4.3

×10

9

UINT32 R/W A hysteresis for the point return threshold is 0.05Hz for frequency and 2% of the operating threshold for other points

DNP point number available for the selected object

Bits 0-1 - DNP Object:

0 = none, 1=AI, 2=BI, 3=BC

Bit 2 – Object change event scan:

0= event disabled, 1=enabled

Bits 5-6 - DNP event poll class:

0=Class 1, 1=Class 2, 2=Class 3

Bit 7 - Event log on an event:

0= disabled, 1=enabled

Bits 8-9 – Threshold/Deadband relation:

0=Delta, 1= more than (over threshold), 2=less than (under threshold)

UINT16 R/W If Event log is enabled, the source of a DNP event will be recorded to the device Event log file as a general Setpoint #17.

F25

Point number for the selected object

0-128

0-2000

0-500

×0.1%

×0.1%

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R/W

64

+2 Log options, bitmap

+3 Waveform log number

50134-50149

50150-50165

50166-50181

50182-50197

50198-50213

50214-50229

50230-50245

50246-50261

50262-50277

50278-50293

50294-50309

50310-50325

50326-50341

50342-50357

Power frequency, dF/Fn

Voltage variations, dV/Un

Rapid voltage changes, dV/Un

Flicker severity, Plt

Voltage dips, %Un

Voltage interruptions, %Un

Temporary overvoltages, %Un

Transient overvoltages, %Un

Voltage unbalance, %

Harmonic THD, %

Harmonic voltage, %Un

Interharmonic THD, %

Interharmonic voltage, %Un

Mains signaling voltage, %Un

50358-50453 Reserved

Advanced EN50160 Setup

50838-50865

EN50160 Compliance Statistics

+0 Evaluation

+1 Evaluation period

+2 First day of the week

EN50160 Harmonics Survey

+4 Evaluation

+5 Evaluation period

+8

Rapid Voltage Changes

Repetition rate, per hour, maximum

Flicker

+12

+13

Harmonic Voltage

THD, up to order

Harmonics, up to order

Options/Range Units Notes

Bit 0 – waveform log on event start:

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled;

Bit 1 – waveform log on event end:

0 = disabled, 1 = enabled;

Bit 2 – PQ log:

0 = enabled, 1 = disabled.

0-1 = log #1 - #2

0

UINT16 R/W

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

0=daily, 1=weekly

1=Sunday, 7=Saturday

0

0=daily, 1=weekly

0

1-10

0

1-10

0

25-50

25-50

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

65

Interharmonic Voltage

+16 Evaluation

+17

+18

THD, up to order

Interharmonics, up to order

Mains Signaling Voltage

+20 Evaluation

+21 1st signaling frequency

+22

+23

2nd signaling frequency

3rd signaling frequency

+24

+25

4th signaling frequency

Transient Overvoltage

Transient detection and classification method

50866-50901 Reserved

EN50160 Harmonic Voltage Limits

50902-50965

+49-63 Reserved

EN50160 Interharmonic Voltage Limits

50966-51029

+49-63 Reserved

File Setup

52598-53877

+1

+2

+3

+4

File attributes (bitmap)

Number of records in the file

Number of sections/channels in the file

Number of parameters per section record

Options/Range Units Notes

0

25-50

25-50

0

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

1100-30000

1100-30000

1100-30000

1100-30000

0=peak voltage, 1=impulsive voltage

0

0

×0.1Hz

×0.1Hz

×0.1Hz

×0.1Hz

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R/W

UINT16 R/W

1-10000

1-10000

1-10000

1-10000

1-10000

1-10000

1-10000

1-10000

0

F3

0-65535 (0 = delete file)

0-32

1-16 for conventional data files,

34 for EN50160 Statistics log,

52 for EN50160 Harmonics log

0

×0.01% UINT16 R/W

×0.01% UINT16 R/W

×0.01% UINT16 R/W

×0.01%

UINT16 R/W

×0.01% UINT16 R/W

×0.01% UINT16 R/W

×0.01%

UINT16 R/W

×0.01% UINT16 R/W

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W 0 = non-partitioned file

R/W Not changeable for nonconventional files

66

+6

+7

+8, 9

52598-52607

52608-52617

52618-52627

52628-52637

52638-52647

52648-52657

52658-52667

52668-52677

52678-52687

52688-52697

52698-52707

Section record size, bytes (for info only)

File record size, bytes (for info only)

Allocated file size, bytes (for info only)

Event Log File Setup

Data Log #1 File Setup

Data Log #2 File Setup

Data Log #3 File Setup

Data Log #4 File Setup

Data Log #5 File Setup

Data Log #6 File Setup

Data Log #7 File Setup

Data Log #8 File Setup

Data Log #9 File Setup

Data Log #10 File Setup

52708-52717

52718-52727

52728-52737

52738-52747

Data Log #11 File Setup

Data Log #12 File Setup

Data Log #13 File Setup

Data Log #14 File Setup

52748-52757

52758-52767

52768-52777

52778-52787

Data Log #15 File Setup

Data Log #16 File Setup

Waveform Log #1 File Setup

Waveform Log #2 File Setup

52788-52857 Reserved

52858-52867

52868-53877

EN50160 PQ Log File Setup

Reserved

Waveform Recorder Setup

53878-53949

+0

+1

Sampling rate, samples per cycle

Number of cycles per series

+4

+4,5

53878-53885

53886-53893

Data Log Setup

54006-55541

+0

+1

+2

+3

Number of cycles before a trigger

File channel mask, bitmap

Waveform Log #1 Setup

Waveform Log #2 Setup

Data log parameter #1 ID

Data log parameter #2 ID

Data log parameter #3 ID

Data log parameter #4 ID

Options/Range Units Notes

UINT16 R

UINT16

UINT32

R

R

EN50160 compliance statistics

EN50160 harmonic statistics

32, 64, 128

16-2560 (32 samples/cycle),

8-1280 (64 samples/cycle),

4-640 (128 samples/cycle)

0

1-20

F9, 0x00000033

0

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

R/W Ignored when written

R/W

R/W Ignored when written

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

67

+4

+5

+6

+7

+8

+9

Data log parameter #5 ID

Data log parameter #6 ID

Data log parameter #7 ID

Data log parameter #8 ID

Data log parameter #9 ID

Data log parameter #10 ID

+10

+11

+12

+13

Data log parameter #11 ID

Data log parameter #12 ID

Data log parameter #13 ID

Data log parameter #14 ID

+14

+15

Data log parameter #15 ID

Data log parameter #16 ID

+16-31 Reserved

54006-54037

Data log #1 Setup

54038-54069

54070-54101

54102-54133

54134-54165

54166-54197

54198-54229

54230-54261

54262-54293

Data log #2 Setup

Data log #3 Setup

Data log #4 Setup

Data log #5 Setup

Data log #6 Setup

Data log #7 Setup

Data log #8 Setup

Data log #9 Setup

54294-54325

Data log #10 Setup

54326-54357

54358-54389

54390-54421

54422-54453

Data log #11 Setup

Data log #12 Setup

Data log #13 Setup

Data log #14 Setup

54454-54485

54486-54517

Data log #15 Setup

Data log #16 Setup

TOU Daily Profile Setup

55574-55701

+0 1

+1 2 st nd

tariff change

tariff change

+2 3 rd

tariff change

+3 4 th tariff change

+4 5 th tariff change

+5 6

+6 7

+7 8 th th th

tariff change

tariff change

tariff change

55574-55581

Daily profile #1: Season 1, Day type 1

55582-55589

Daily profile #2: Season 1, Day type 2

F10

F10

F10

F10

F10

F10

F10

F10

Options/Range Units Notes

0x0000-0xFFFF UINT16 R/W

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

0x0000-0xFFFF

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

Read as NONE for EN50160 compliance log

Read as NONE for EN50160 harmonic log

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

68

55590-55597

55598-55605

55606-55613

55614-55621

55622-55629

55630-55637

55638-55645

55646-55653

55654-55661

55662-55669

55670-55677

55678-55685

55686-55693

55694-55701

55702-55711

TOU Calendar Setup

55712-56031

+0-9

+0

Daily profile #3: Season 1, Day type 3

Daily profile #4: Season 1, Day type 4

Daily profile #5: Season 2, Day type 1

Daily profile #6: Season 2, Day type 2

Daily profile #7: Season 2, Day type 3

Daily profile #8: Season 2, Day type 4

Daily profile #9: Season 3, Day type 1

Daily profile #10: Season 3, Day type 2

Daily profile #11: Season 3, Day type 3

Daily profile #12: Season 3, Day type 4

Daily profile #13: Season 4, Day type 1

Daily profile #14: Season 4, Day type 2

Daily profile #15: Season 4, Day type 3

Daily profile #16: Season 4, Day type 4

Reserved

Calendar entry record

Daily profile

+1

+2

+3

+4

+5

+6

+7

Week of month

Weekday

Till Weekday

Month

Day of month

Till Month

Till Day of month

55712-55721

55722-55731

55732-55741

56022-56031

Calendar entry #1

Calendar entry #2

Calendar entry #3

Calendar entry #32

56032-56191 Reserved

Summary Energy/TOU Registers Setup

56672-56703

+1 Units of measurement

Options/Range Units Notes

R/W

0-3 = Season 1, Day types 0-3

4-7 = Season 2, Day types 0-3

8-11 = Season 3, Day types 0-3

12-15 = Season 4, Day types 0-3

0=all, 1=1st, 2=2nd, 3=3 rd

, 4=4th,

5=last week of the month

0=all, 1-7 (Sun=1, Sat=7)

0=all, 1-7 (Sun=1, Sat=7)

0=all, 1-12=January - December

0=all, 1-31=day 1-31

0=all, 1-12=January - December

0=all, 1-31=day 1-31

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

0=none, 1=kWh, 2=kvarh, 3=kVAh,

4=m

3

, 5=CF (cubic feet), 6=CCF

(hundred cubic feet)

69

+2 Flags (bitmap)

56672-56675

56676-56679

56680-56683

56684-56687

56688-56691

56692-56695

Register #1 Setup

Register #2 Setup

Register #3 Setup

Register #4 Setup

Register #5 Setup

Register #6 Setup

56696-56699

56700-56703

Register #7 Setup

Register #8 Setup

Summary Energy/TOU Registers Source Setup

56928-57183

+0

+1

Energy source ID

Target summary register number

+2,3 Multiplier

56928-56931

Energy Source #1

56932-56935

56936-56939

56940-56943

56944-56947

56948-56951

56952-56955

56956-56959

Periodic Timers Setup

61024-61031

+0, 1

Energy Source #2

Energy Source #3

Energy Source #4

Energy Source #5

Energy Source #6

Energy Source #7

Energy Source #8

Time interval, in seconds

61024-61025

61026-61027

61028-61029

61030-61031

Digital Inputs Setup

61728-61735

+0

+1

+2

Timer #1 Setup

Timer #2 Setup

Timer #3 Setup

Timer #4 Setup

Pulse mode

Polarity

De-bounce time, ms

Options/Range Units Notes

Bit 0=1 - TOU enabled

Bit 1=1 - Use profile enabled

Bit 2=1 - Max. Demand profile enabled

Bit 3=1 - Summary (total) profile enabled

0

F11

0-7 = register #1-#8

0-1000000 ×0.001

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

INT32 R/W

0=timer disabled, 1,000-9999,000 ms (1-9999 sec)

0.001 s UINT32 R/W

0 = pulse, 1 = KYZ

0 = normal, 1 = inverting

1-1000

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W Debounce time will be the same for both inputs

70

61728-61731

61732-61735

Relay Outputs Setup

61984-61995

+0

+1

DI1 Setup

DI2 Setup

Operation Mode

Polarity

+2

+3

+4

61984-61989

61990-61995

Analog Inputs Setup

62368-62379

+0

Pulse width, ms

Pulse source ID

Units per pulse

RO1 Setup

RO2 Setup

Input parameter ID

+2,3

+4,5

62368-62373

62374-62379

Analog Outputs Setup

62560-62571

+0

Zero scale value (0/4 mA)

Full scale value (20/1 mA)

AI1 Setup

AI2 Setup

Output parameter ID

+2,3

+4,5

62560-62565

62566-62571

Analog Expander Setup

62752-62847

Zero scale value (0/4 mA)

Full scale value (20/1 mA)

AO1 Setup

AO2 Setup

+0

+2,3

+4,5

62752-62757

62758-62763

Output parameter ID

Zero scale value (0/4 mA)

Full scale value (20/1 mA)

AX8 #1 Channel 1 Setup

AX8 #1 Channel 2 Setup

Options/Range Units Notes

0=latched, 1=unlatched,

2=pulse, 3=KYZ

Bit 0 – Polarity:

0=normal, 1=inverting,

Bit 1 - Retentive mode:

0=disabled, 1=enabled

1-1000

F17

1-10000 x0.1

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R/W

R/W

0 = input not assigned

0

UINT16

INT32

INT32

R/W

R/W

R/W

UINT16 R/W F18

0

See Section 3.4

See Section 3.4

F18

0

See Section 3.4

See Section 3.4

INT32

INT32

UINT16

INT32

INT32

R/W

R/W

R/W

Analog expander outputs settings will not be in effect until the analog expander output is globally enabled through the Device Options setup

R/W

R/W

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62794-62799

62800-62805

62806-62811

62842-62847

AX8 #1 Channel 8 Setup

AX8 #2 Channel 1 Setup

AX8 #2 Channel 2 Setup

AX8 #2 Channel 8 Setup

Options/Range Units Notes

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3.8 Analog and Digital I/O Configuration

I/O Slots Configuration Info

63008-63055

+1

+2

+3

63008-63011

63012-63015

Number of I/Os on the slot

First I/O number on the slot

Last I/O number on the slot

DI Slot Configuration

RO Slot Configuration

63016-63019

AI/AO Slot Configuration

63020-63055 Reserved

I/O Type Info

63056-63119

+0 Number of I/O slots of this type

+1

+2

Total number of I/O's of this type

Number of I/O's in the slot

63056-63059

DI Type Info

63060-63063

63064-63067

RO Type Info

AI Type Info

63068-63071

AO Type Info

63076-63119 Reserved

Options/Range Units Notes

F29

0-2

0

0-1

0-1

0-2

0-2

0

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

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+1

+2

+3

+4

+5

+6

+7

+8, 9

+10, 11

+12, 13

+14, 15

63152-64943

64944-64951

+0

+1

+2

+3

+5

64952-65151

3.9 File Transfer Registers

File Transfer Control Blocks

63120-63151

File Request Block

+0 File function

File ID

Section number (functions 3, 5, 11)

Section channel ID (functions 3, 5, 11)

Record sequence number (functions 3, 11)

Request variation (function 11)

Find key: N/A

Find key: N/A

Find key: Start time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Find key: Start time, fractional seconds in µsec

Find key: End time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Find key: End time, fractional seconds in µsec

File Response Block

Data transfer area [0 – 1791]

File Info Request Block

File function

File ID

Section number

Section channel ID

Request variation

File Info Response Block

Data transfer area [0 - 199]

Options/Range Units Notes

1 = ACK - acknowledgement

3 = set file position

5 = reset file position

7 = find

11 = read file

127 = erase file

F2

0-31, 0xFFFF = use channel ID

F6, F7

0-65535

0, 4

F1

F1

9 = read file info

F2

0-31, 0xFFFF = use channel ID

F6, F7

0

0, 1, 2 sec

µsec sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R/W

R

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R/W

R

1 - clears the file transfer block

3 - changes the file position

5 - sets the file position at the first

(oldest) record

7 - finds a record matching an event or/and time (see Note 3)

11 - opens the file for reading from

R/W the present file position

R/W

R/W

R/W The record sequence number with function 11 does not change the file position (see Note 2).

R/W See file response headings

R/W

R/W

R/W Note 3

R/W Note 3

R/W Note 3

R/W Note 3

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NOTES:

1. File sections for partitioned (multi-section) files, like Summary/TOU profile log files, can be requested either by a section number, or by a section channel ID. If a section number is set to

0xFFFF, the section channel ID will be used to identify the section. The section number will be returned in the response block. If a section number is written, then the corresponding channel ID will be returned in the file response block.

2. The record sequence number with function 11 (Read-File) does not change the file position and is used only as a reference to track the order of records. The file transfer block will continue to hold the same data until it is acknowledged, or until the file position is explicitly moved to another record. For multi-section, the Read-File request, which addresses a different file section, will refill the transfer block with data of the record from the requested file section with the identical sequence number. After acknowledgment, the file position will be moved to the next record.

3. Function 7 (Find) puts into the file request block the sequence number of the first record in the file that matches the event time. Any one of the find keys can be omitted by setting it to 0.

If one or a number of find keys are omitted, the device will use the remaining keys to locate the matching record. If the record could not be found, the device responds to the write request with the exception code 3 (illegal data). The status of the operation can be read through the file status word in the file info block.

File Response Blocks

Options/Range Units Notes

File Info Response Block (Variation 0 – File info)

+3

+4

+5

+2

+3

+4, 5

+6, 7

+8

+9

+10

+11

+12

+13

+14, 15

+16, 17

+18, 19

+20, 21

+22, 23

Section channel ID

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

File (section) status

Number of sections in the file

File channel mask (channels 1-32), bitmap

File channel mask (channels 33-64), bitmap

Number of records in the file

Number of records until the end of the file

Current record (read position) sequence number

Current write position sequence number

First (oldest) record sequence number

Last (newest) record sequence number

Last record time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Last record time, fractional seconds

First record time, seconds since 1/1/1970

First record time, fractional seconds

Null

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

F1

F1

0

9

16

0-31

F6, F7

1

36

0

0

0

F3

F4

0-32

F8, F9

F8, F9 sec

µsec sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UNT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

0 = non-partitioned file

75

+24, 25

+26, 27

+28, 29

+30

+31

+32

+33

+34, 35

File record size, bytes

Allocated file size, bytes

File Info Response Block (Variation 1 – Current record info)

+3

+4

+5

Section channel ID

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

+0

+1

+2

+3

File (section) status

Number of records in the file

Number of records until the end of the file

Current record (read position) sequence number

+4, 5

+6, 7

Current record time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Current record time, fractional seconds

File Info Response Block (Variation 2 – Data log record structure)

+3

+4

+5

+1

+2

Null

Null

Null

Maximum number of records

Number of parameters per data section record

Section record size, bytes

Section channel ID

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

Number of fields in a data record

Field 1 parameter ID

+3 Field 2 parameter ID

… …

Options/Range Units Notes

0 µsec UINT32 R

0

0

0-65535

0-16 sec

µsec

Byte

Byte

Byte

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

9

F2

0-31

F6, F7

1

8

1

0

F4

0-65535

0-65535

0-65535

F1 sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UNT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

9

1-16

0-15

F6, F7

1

2 + Number of parameters

2

0

0

1-16 for conventional files,

34 for EN50160 Compliance log,

52 for EN50160 Harmonics log

0-0 ×FFFF

0-0 ×FFFF

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

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Event Log Response Block

+0 Last file function

+3

+4

+5

Section channel ID

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

63160-63543

+0

+1

+2, 3

+4, 5

+6

+7

Event Log Records

Record status

Record sequence number

Trigger time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Trigger time, fractional seconds in µsec

Event number

Event point/source ID

+10, 11 Value triggered

...

Data Log Response Block

+0 Last file function

+3

+4

+5

+6

63160-64439

+0

+1

+2, 3

+4, 5

+6

+7

+8, 9

+10, 11

Section channel ID

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

Request variation

Data Log Records

Record status

Record sequence number

Record time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Record time, fractional seconds in µsec

Trigger event type

Trigger event number

Log value #1

Log value #2

Options/Range Units Notes

1, 3, 5, 11

0

0

0

1-32

12

0

0

F5

0-65535

F1

1-65535

F19

F20

0 sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

INT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

INT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1, 3, 5, 11

1-16

0-7

F6

1-16

8 + 2 ×Number of parameters

0 = regular log, 4 = EN50160 online statistics (with file ID = 9, 10)

0

F5

0-65535

F1

F22

0-65535 sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

INT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

INT16

UINT16

INT32

INT32

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

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… …

...

Waveform Log Response Block

63152-63159

Block Heading

+0

+1

Last file function

File ID

+3

+4

+5

Section channel ID

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

63160-63799

+0

+1

+2, 3

+4, 5

+6, 7

+8, 9

+10

+11

+12

+13

+14

+15

+16

+17

+19

+20, 21

+22

+23

Waveform Log Record

Record status

Record sequence number

Start time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Start time, fractional seconds

Trigger time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Trigger time, fractional seconds

Record series number

Record serial number in a series

Trigger event type

Trigger event number

Source point ID (generic)

Trigger reference sample index

Sampling rate, µsec/sample

Sampling rate, samples/cycle

Channel offset, sampling units

Channel multiplier, primary units

Channel divisor, sampling units

Length of a sample series, data points

+128

+128-639

Sample Series

Sample data series points [0...511]

Power Quality (PQ) Log Response Block

63152-63159

Block Heading

+0 Last file function

+3 Section channel ID

Options/Range Units Notes

R

1, 3, 5, 11

17-18, 128 (F2)

0-9

F7

1

640

0

0

F5

0-65535

F1

F1

1-65535

0-65535

F22

1-65535

See Generic Data in Section 3.4

0-511

600-27000

32, 64, 128

4500-6500

0

See Generic Data in Section 3.4

32767

512

0

-32768 - 32767

1, 3, 5, 11

26

0

0

R

R

R

×0.1 µsec UINT16 R

UINT16 R

×0.01 Hz UINT16 R

INT16 R sec

µsec sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

INT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

INT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

1

78

+4

+5

63160-63799

+0

+1

+2, 3

+4, 5

+6, 7

+8, 9

+10

+11

+12

+14, 15

+16, 17

63160-63179

63430-63447

Number of records in the block

Record size, words

PQ Log Records

Record status

Record sequence number

Start time, seconds since 1/1/1970

Start time, fractional seconds in µsec

End time, seconds since 1/1/1970

End time, fractional seconds in µsec

PQ event type

PQ event number

Point ID (generic)

Value reference (base), primary units

Value magnitude, primary units

Record #1

...

Record #16

Options/Range Units Notes

1–16 UINT16 R

18

0

0

F5

UINT16

INT16

R

R

0–65535

F1

F1

F22

1–65535

See Generic Data in Section 3.4 sec

µsec sec

µsec

UINT16

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT16

UINT16

UINT16

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

0

See Generic Data in Section 3.4

See Generic Data in Section 3.4

1

To restore the original sampled data in the channel units (e.g., Volts, Amps), the following conversion should be applied:

INT32

INT32

R

R

Sampled Data [ primary units ] =

( Data Sample − Channel Offset

Channel

) ×

Divisor

Channel Multiplier

NOTES:

1. If a file is read through a TCP connection, your assignments for the transfer will be effective only within the current connection socket. Since the device cannot guarantee that your next connection will be made through the same socket, you should not make any assumptions regarding the present block settings. When you open a new connection, always check the file status and pointers before reading file records.

2. When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line.

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3.10 EN 50160 Compliance Statistics Data Log

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

0

1 Nnv

2 N

3 N1

4 N2

5 N1/N, %

6 N2/N, %

7 Freq Min

8 Freq Max

1

1 Nnv

2 N

3 N1

4 N2

5 N1/N, %

6 N2/N, %

7 V1 N1

8 V1 Min

9 V1 Max

10 V2 N1

11 V2 Min

12 V2 Max

13 V3 N1

14 V3 Min

15 V3 Max

2

1 N1

2 V1 N1

3 V1 dV%

4 V2 N1

5 V2 dV%

6 V3 N1

7 V3 dV%

3

1 Nnv

2 N

3 N1

4 N1/N, %

5 V1 N1

Point

ID

Description

Power Frequency

0x5A00 Number of non-valid 10-sec intervals

1

0x5A01 Number of valid 10-sec intervals

0x5A02 Number of incidents ±1%, N1

0x5A03 Number of incidents +4%/-6%, N2

0x5A04 EN50160 compliance ratio, N1/N

0x5A05 EN50160 compliance ratio, N2/N

0x5A06 Minimum frequency

0x5A07 Maximum frequency

Supply Voltage Variations

0x5A80 Number of non-valid 10-min intervals

0x5A81 Number of valid 10-min intervals

0x5A82 Number of polyphase incidents ±10%, N1

0x5A83 Number of polyphase incidents +10/-15%, N2

0x5A84 EN50160 compliance ratio, N1/N

0x5A85 EN50160 compliance ratio, N2/N

0x5A86 Number of incidents ±10% on phase V1

0x5A87 Minimum voltage on phase V1

0x5A88 Maximum voltage on phase V1

0x5A89 Number of incidents ±10% on phase V2

0x5A8A Minimum voltage on phase V2

0x5A8B Maximum voltage on phase V2

0x5A8C Number of incidents ±10% on phase V3

0x5A8D Minimum voltage on phase V3

0x5A8E Maximum voltage on phase V3

Rapid Voltage Changes

0x5B00 Number of polyphase incidents

0x5B01 Number of incidents on phase V1

0x5B02 Maximum voltage variation on phase V1, dV/Un%

0x5B03 Number of incidents on phase V2

0x5B04 Maximum voltage variation on phase V2, dV/Un%

0x5B05 Number of incidents on phase V3

0x5B06 Maximum voltage variation on phase V3, dV/Un%

Flicker

0x5B80 Number of non-valid 2-hour intervals

0x5B81 Number of valid 2-hour intervals

0x5B82 Number of polyphase incidents Plt >1%, N1

0x5B83 EN50160 compliance ratio, N1/N

0x5B84 Number of incidents Plt > 1% on phase V1

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

0.01%

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01Hz

0.01Hz

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

Notes

80

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

6 V1 Plt Max

7 V2 N1

8 V2 Plt Max

9 V3 N1

10 V3 Plt Max

4

1 N11 90%/100ms

2 N12 85%/100ms

3 N13 70%/100ms

4 N14 40%/100ms

5 N11 90%/500ms

6 N12 85%/500ms

7 N13 70%/500ms

8 N14 40%/500ms

9 N11 90%/1s

10 N12 85%/1s

11 N13 70%/1s

12 N14 40%/1s

13 N11 90%/3s

14 N12 85%/3s

15 N13 70%/3s

16 N14 40%/3s

17 N11 90%/20s

18 N12 85%/20s

19 N13 70%/20s

20 N14 40%/20s

21 N11 90%/60s

22 N12 85%/60s

23 N13 70%/60s

24 N14 40%/60s

25 N11 90%/180s

26 N12 85%/180s

27 N13 70%/180s

28 N14 40%/180s

29 V1 N1

30 V1 Min

31 V2 N1

32 V2 Min

33 V3 N1

34 V3 Min

5

1 N1 1s

Point

ID

Description

1

0x5B85 Maximum Plt on phase V1

0x5B86 Number of incidents Plt > 1% on phase V2

0x5B87 Maximum Plt on phase V2

0x5B88 Number of incidents Plt > 1% on phase V3

0x5B89 Maximum Plt on phase V3

Voltage Dips

(indicative statistics)

0x5C00 Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<100ms

0x5C01 Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<100ms

0x5C02 Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<100ms

0x5C03 Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<100ms

0x5C04 Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<500ms

0x5C05 Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<500ms

0x5C06 Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<500ms

0x5C07 Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<500ms

0x5C08 Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<1s

0x5C09 Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<1s

0x5C0A Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<1s

0x5C0B Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<1s

0x5C0C Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<3s

0x5C0D Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<3s

0x5C0E Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<3s

0x5C0F Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<3s

0x5C10 Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<20s

0x5C11 Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<20s

0x5C12 Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<20s

0x5C13 Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<20s

0x5C14 Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<60s

0x5C15 Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<60s

0x5C16 Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<60s

0x5C17 Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<60s

0x5C18 Number of polyphase incidents u<90%/t<180s

0x5C19 Number of polyphase incidents u<85%/t<180s

0x5C1A Number of polyphase incidents u<70%/t<180s

0x5C1B Number of polyphase incidents u<40%/t<180s

0x5C1C Total number of incidents on phase V1

0x5C1D Minimum residual voltage on phase V1

0x5C1E Total number of incidents on phase V2

0x5C1F Minimum residual voltage on phase V2

0x5C20 Total number of incidents on phase V3

0x5C21 Minimum residual voltage on phase V3

Voltage Interruptions

(indicative statistics)

0x5D00 Number of polyphase incidents <1s

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

U1

U1

U1

0.01

0.01

0.01

Notes

81

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

2 N2 180s

3 N3 >180s

4 V1 Min

5 V2 Min

6 V3 Min

6

1 N11 110%/1s

2 N12 120%/1s

3 N13 140%/1s

4 N14 160%/1s

5 N15 200%/1s

6 N21 110%/60s

7 N22 120%/60s

8 N23 140%/60s

9 N24 160%/60s

10 N25 200%/60s

11 N31 110%/>60s

12 N32 120%/>60s

13 N33 140%/>60s

14 N34 160%/>60s

15 N35 200%/>60s

16 V1 N1

17 V1 Max

18 V2 N1

19 V2 Max

20 V3 N1

21 V3 Max

7

1 N1 120%

2 N2 150%

3 N3 200%

4 N4 250%

5 N5 300%

6 V1 N1 120%

7 V1 N2 150%

8 V1 N3 200%

9 V1 N4 250%

10 V1 N5 300%

11 V2 N1 120%

12 V2 N2 150%

13 V2 N3 200%

14 V2 N4 250%

Point

ID

Description

0x5D01 Number of polyphase incidents <180s

0x5D02 Number of polyphase incidents >180s

1

0x5D03 Minimum residual voltage on phase V1

0x5D04 Minimum residual voltage on phase V2

0x5D05 Minimum residual voltage on phase V3

Temporary Overvoltages

(indicative statistics)

0x5D80 Number of polyphase incidents u>110%/t<1s

0x5D81 Number of polyphase incidents u>120%/t<1s

0x5D82 Number of polyphase incidents u>140%/t<1s

0x5D83 Number of polyphase incidents u>160%/t<1s

0x5D84 Number of polyphase incidents u>200%/t<1s

0x5D85 Number of polyphase incidents u>110%/t<60s

0x5D86 Number of polyphase incidents u>120%/t<60s

0x5D87 Number of polyphase incidents u>140%/t<60s

0x5D88 Number of polyphase incidents u>160%/t<60s

0x5D89 Number of polyphase incidents u>200%/t<60s

0x5D8A Number of polyphase incidents u>110%/t>60s

0x5D8B Number of polyphase incidents u>120%/t>60s

0x5D8C Number of polyphase incidents u>140%/t>60s

0x5D8D Number of polyphase incidents u>160%/t>60s

0x5D8E Number of polyphase incidents u>200%/t>60s

0x5D8F Total number of incidents on phase V1

0x5D90 Maximum voltage magnitude on phase V1

0x5D91 Total number of incidents on phase V2

0x5D92 Maximum voltage magnitude on phase V2

0x5D93 Total number of incidents on phase V3

0x5D94 Maximum voltage magnitude on phase V3

Transient Overvoltages

(peak voltage, indicative statistics)

0x5E00 Number of polyphase incidents u>120%

0x5E01 Number of polyphase incidents u>150%

0x5E02 Number of polyphase incidents u>200%

0x5E03 Number of polyphase incidents u>250%

0x5E04 Number of polyphase incidents u>300%

0x5E05 Number of incidents u>120% on phase V1

0x5E06 Number of incidents u>150% on phase V1

0x5E07 Number of incidents u>200% on phase V1

0x5E08 Number of incidents u>250% on phase V1

0x5E09 Number of incidents u>300% on phase V1

0x5E0A Number of incidents u>120% on phase V2

0x5E0B Number of incidents u>150% on phase V2

0x5E0C Number of incidents u>200% on phase V2

0x5E0D Number of incidents u>250% on phase V2

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

U1

Notes

82

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

15 V2 N5 300%

16 V3 N1 120%

17 V3 N2 150%

18 V3 N3 200%

19 V3 N4 250%

20 V3 N5 300%

21 V1 Peak Max

22 V2 Peak Max

23 V3 Peak Max

7

1 N1 20%

2 N2 50%

3 N3 100%

4 N4 150%

5 N5 200%

6 V1 N1 20%

7 V1 N2 50%

8 V1 N3 100%

9 V1 N4 150%

10 V1 N5 200%

11 V2 N1 20%

12 V2 N2 50%

13 V2 N3 100%

14 V2 N4 150%

15 V2 N5 200%

16 V3 N1 20%

17 V3 N2 50%

18 V3 N3 100%

19 V3 N4 150%

20 V3 N5 200%

21 V1 Max

22 V2 Max

23 V3 Max

8

1 Nnv

2 N

3 N1

4 N1/N, %

5 V Unb% Max

9

1 Nnv

2 N

Point

ID

Description

1

0x5E0E Number of incidents u>300% on phase V2

0x5E0F Number of incidents u>120% on phase V3

0x5E10 Number of incidents u>150% on phase V3

0x5E11 Number of incidents u>200% on phase V3

0x5E12 Number of incidents u>250% on phase V3

0x5E13 Number of incidents u>300% on phase V3

0x5E14 Maximum peak voltage on phase V1

0x5E15 Maximum peak voltage on phase V2

0x5E16 Maximum peak voltage on phase V3

Transient Overvoltages

(impulsive voltage, indicative statistics)

0x6080 Number of polyphase incidents u>20%

0x6081 Number of polyphase incidents u>50%

0x6082 Number of polyphase incidents u>100%

0x6083 Number of polyphase incidents u>150%

0x6084 Number of polyphase incidents u>200%

0x6085 Number of incidents u>20% on phase V1

0x6086 Number of incidents u>50% on phase V1

0x6087 Number of incidents u>100% on phase V1

0x6088 Number of incidents u>150% on phase V1

0x6089 Number of incidents u>200% on phase V1

0x608A Number of incidents u>20% on phase V2

0x608B Number of incidents u>50% on phase V2

0x608C Number of incidents u>100% on phase V2

0x608D Number of incidents u>150% on phase V2

0x608E Number of incidents u>200% on phase V2

0x608F Number of incidents u>20% on phase V3

0x6090 Number of incidents u>50% on phase V3

0x6091 Number of incidents u>100% on phase V3

0x6092 Number of incidents u>150% on phase V3

0x6093 Number of incidents u>200% on phase V3

0x6094 Maximum impulsive voltage on phase V1

0x6095 Maximum impulsive voltage on phase V2

0x6096 Maximum impulsive voltage on phase V3

Supply Voltage Unbalance

0x5E80 Number of non-valid 10-min intervals

0x5E81 Number of valid 10-min intervals

0x5E82 Number of incidents V Unb > 2%, N1

0x5E83 EN50160 compliance ratio, N1/N

0x5E84 Maximum voltage unbalance

Harmonic Voltage

0x5F00 Number of non-valid 10-min intervals

0x5F01 Number of valid 10-min intervals

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

U1

U1

U1

0.01%

0.1%

U1

U1

U1

Notes

83

File

Section

Record

Field No.

3 N1

4 N2

Point Label

5 N1/N, %

6 N2/N, %

7 V1 N1

8 V1 HD% Max

9 V1 H#

10 V1 N2

11 V1 THD Max

12 V2 N1

13 V2 HD% Max

14 V2 H#

15 V2 N2

16 V2 THD Max

17 V3 N1

18 V3 HD% Max

19 V3 H#

20 V3 N2

21 V3 THD Max

10

1 Nnv

2 N

3 N1

4 N2

5 N1/N, %

6 N2/N, %

7 V1 N1

8 V1 HD% Max

9 V1 H#

10 V1 N2

11 V1 THD Max

12 V2 N1

13 V2 HD% Max

14 V2 H#

15 V2 N2

16 V2 THD Max

17 V3 N1

18 V3 HD% Max

19 V3 H#

20 V3 N2

21 V3 THD Max

Point

ID

Description

1

0x5F02 Number of polyphase harmonic voltage incidents, N1

0x5F03 Number of polyphase voltage THD incidents, N2

0x5F04 EN50160 harmonic voltage compliance ratio, N1/N

0x5F05 EN50160 voltage THD compliance ratio, N2/N

0x5F06 Number of harmonic voltage incidents on phase V1

0x5F07 Worst-case harmonic magnitude on phase V1, %Un

0x5F08 Worst-case harmonic component number on phase V1

0x5F09 Number of voltage THD incidents on phase V1

0x5F0A Worst-case voltage THD on phase V1

0x5F0B Number of harmonic voltage incidents on phase V2

0x5F0C Worst-case harmonic magnitude on phase V2, %Un

0x5F0D Worst-case harmonic component number on phase V2

0x5F0E Number of voltage THD incidents on phase V2

0x5F0F Worst-case voltage THD on phase V2

0x5F10 Number of harmonic voltage incidents on phase V3

0x5F11 Worst-case harmonic magnitude on phase V3, %Un

0x5F12 Worst-case harmonic component number on phase V3

0x5F13 Number of voltage THD incidents on phase V3

0x5F14 Worst-case voltage THD on phase V3

Interharmonic Voltage

0x5F80 Number of non-valid 10-min intervals

0x5F81 Number of valid 10-min intervals

0x5F82 Number of polyphase interharmonic voltage incidents, N1

0x5F83 Number of polyphase interharmonic THD incidents, N2

0x5F84 EN50160 interharmonic voltage compliance ratio, N1/N

0x5F85 EN50160 interharmonic voltage THD compliance ratio, N2/N

0x5F86 Number of interharmonic voltage incidents on phase V1

0x5F87 Worst-case interharmonic magnitude on phase V1, %Un

0x5F88 Worst-case interharmonic component number on phase V1

0x5F89 Number of interharmonic voltage THD incidents on phase V1

0x5F8A Worst-case interharmonic voltage THD on phase V1

0x5F8B Number of interharmonic voltage incidents on phase V2

0x5F8C Worst-case interharmonic magnitude on phase V2, %Un

0x5F8D Worst-case interharmonic component number on phase V2

0x5F8E Number of interharmonic voltage THD incidents on phase V2

0x5F8F Worst-case interharmonic voltage THD on phase V2

0x5F90 Number of interharmonic voltage incidents on phase V3

0x5F91 Worst-case interharmonic magnitude on phase V3, %Un

0x5F92 Worst-case interharmonic component number on phase V3

0x5F93 Number of interharmonic voltage THD incidents on phase V3

0x5F94 Worst-case interharmonic THD on phase V3

2-50

2-50

2-50

2-50

2-50

2-50

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

0.1%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.1%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.1%

0.01%

0.1%

0.01%

0.1%

0.01%

0.1%

Notes

84

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

11

1 Nnv

2 N

3 N1

4 N1/N, %

5 V1 N1

6 V1 Frq1 %Un

7 V1 Frq2 %Un

8 V1 Frq3 %Un

9 V1 Frq4 %Un

10 V2 N1

11 V2 Frq1 %Un

12 V2 Frq2 %Un

13 V2 Frq3 %Un

14 V2 Frq4 %Un

15 V3 N1

16 V3 Frq1 %Un

17 V3 Frq2 %Un

18 V3 Frq3 %Un

19 V3 Frq4 %Un

20 Frq1

21 Frq2

22 Frq3

23 Frq4

1

Point

ID

Description

Mains Signaling Voltage

0x6000 Number of non-valid 3-sec intervals

0x6001 Number of valid 3-sec intervals

0x6002 Number of polyphase incidents, N1

0x6003 EN50160 compliance ratio, N1/N

0x6004 Number of incidents on phase V1

0x6014 2nd signaling voltage frequency

0x6015 3rd signaling voltage frequency

0x6016 4th signaling voltage frequency

1

0x6005 Maximum 1st signaling voltage magnitude on phase V1, %Un

0x6006 Maximum 2nd signaling voltage magnitude on phase V1, %Un

0x6007 Maximum 3rd signaling voltage magnitude on phase V1, %Un

0x6008 Maximum 4th signaling voltage magnitude on phase V1, %Un

0x6009 Number of incidents on phase V2

0x600A Maximum 1st signaling voltage magnitude on phase V2, %Un

0x600B Maximum 2nd signaling voltage magnitude on phase V2, %Un

0x600C Maximum 3rd signaling voltage magnitude on phase V2, %Un

0x600D Maximum 4th signaling voltage magnitude on phase V2, %Un

0x600E Number of incidents on phase V3

0x600F Maximum 1st signaling voltage magnitude on phase V3, %Un

0x6010 Maximum 2nd signaling voltage magnitude on phase V3, %Un

0x6011 Maximum 3rd signaling voltage magnitude on phase V3, %Un

0x6012 Maximum 4th signaling voltage magnitude on phase V3, %Un

0x6013 1st signaling voltage frequency

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01Hz

0.01Hz

0.01Hz

0.01Hz

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line voltages.

3.11 EN 50160 Harmonic Statistics Data Log

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

0

1 THD MAX

2 THDO MAX

3 THDE MAX

4 %HD02 MAX

5 %HD03 MAX

51 %HD50 MAX

1

1 THD MAX

2 THDO MAX

Point

ID

Description

1

V1 Harmonic Voltage

0xC000 Maximum THD on phase

0xC001 Maximum odd harmonics THD

0xC002 Maximum even harmonics THD

0xC003 Maximum HD02 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0xC004 Maximum HD03 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0xC032 Maximum HD50 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

V2 Harmonic Voltage

0xC000 Maximum THD on phase

0xC001 Maximum odd harmonics THD

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.1%

0.1%

Notes

Notes

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

85

File

Section

Record

Field No.

Point Label

3 THDE MAX

4 %HD02 MAX

5 %HD03 MAX

51 %HD50 MAX

2

1 THD MAX

2 THDO MAX

3 THDE MAX

4 %HD02 MAX

5 %HD03 MAX

51 %HD50 MAX

1

Point

ID

Description

1

0xC002 Maximum even harmonics THD

0xC003 Maximum HD02 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0xC004 Maximum HD03 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0xC032 Maximum HD50 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

V3 Harmonic Voltage

0xC000 Maximum THD on phase

0xC001 Maximum odd harmonics THD

0xC002 Maximum even harmonics THD

0xC003 Maximum HD02 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0xC004 Maximum HD03 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0xC032 Maximum HD50 harmonic voltage magnitude, %Un

0.1%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

0.1%

0.1%

0.1%

0.01%

0.01%

0.01%

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN wiring mode is selected, the voltages will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line voltages.

Notes

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

86

3.12 Billing/TOU Daily Profile Data Log

File

Channel/

Section

1

0/0

Record

Field No.

2

7/7

Point Label

1 REG1

2 TRF1

3 TRF2

4 TRF3

5 TRF4

6 TRF5

7 TRF6

8 TRF7

9 TRF8

Point

ID

Energy Register #1

0x1780 Summary (total) energy reading

Energy Register #8

0x1787 Summary (total) energy reading 1 REG8

2 TRF1

3 TRF2

4 TRF3

5 TRF4

6 TRF5

7 TRF6

8 TRF7

9 TRF8

16/8

23/15

1 REG1 MD

2 TRF1 MD

3 TRF2 MD

4 TRF3 MD

5 TRF4 MD

6 TRF5 MD

7 TRF6 MD

8 TRF7 MD

9 TRF8 MD

1 REG8 MD

2 TRF1 MD

3 TRF2 MD

4 TRF3 MD

5 TRF4 MD

Daily Maximum Demand Register #1

0x4780 Summary (total) max. demand reading

0x7100 Tariff #1 max. demand reading

0x7101 Tariff #2 max. demand reading

0x7102 Tariff #3 max. demand reading

0x7103 Tariff #4 max. demand reading

0x7104 Tariff #5 max. demand reading

0x7105 Tariff #6 max. demand reading

0x7106 Tariff #7 max. demand reading

0x7107 Tariff #8 max. demand reading

Daily Maximum Demand Register #8

0x4787 Summary (total) max. demand reading

0x7100 Tariff #1 max. demand reading

0x7101 Tariff #2 max. demand reading

0x7102 Tariff #3 max. demand reading

0x7103 Tariff #4 max. demand reading

0-999,999,999 1 kWh UINT32

0-999,999,999 1 kWh UINT32

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

87

2

3

File

Channel/

Section

1

Record

Field No.

2

Point Label

6 TRF5 MD

7 TRF6 MD

8 TRF7 MD

9 TRF8 MD

Point

ID

0x7104 Tariff #5 max. demand reading

0x7105 Tariff #6 max. demand reading

0x7106 Tariff #7 max. demand reading

0x7107 Tariff #8 max. demand reading

1

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

0-Pmax

U3

U3

U3

U3

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

UINT32

An energy use profile section is allocated for registers for which a source input is selected in the Summary/TOU Register setup and for which energy use profile is enabled. A maximum demand profile section is allocated for registers for which maximum demand profile is enabled in the Summary/TOU Register setup. Not configured sections/channels are not available for download. Refer to the file channel mask in the file info for configured channels.

The number of parameters in a section is automatically configured depending on the number of actually used tariffs selected in the TOU Daily Profiles.

For power scale and units, refer to Section 4 ”Data Scales and Units”.

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4 Data Scales and Units

Code Condition

Data Scales

Value/Range

Vmax

Imax

Pmax

Voltage scale × PT Ratio, V

Current scale (2A/10A) × CT Ratio = CT Primary current × 2, A

Wiring 4LN3, 3LN3, 3BLN3

Vmax × Imax × 3, W

Wiring 4LL3, 3LL3, 3BLL3,

3OP2, 3OP3, 3DIR2

Vmax × Imax × 2, W

Fmax

AImin

AImax

Nominal frequency 50 or 60

Hz

+/-1mA

100 Hz

0-20mA

4-20mA

0-1mA

AImin = -AI full scale × 2

AImax = AI full scale × 2

AImin = AI zero scale

AImax = AI full scale

AImin = AI zero scale

AImax = AI full scale

AImin = AI zero scale

AImax = AI full scale

Data Units

U1 PT Ratio = 1

PT Ratio > 1

U2

0.1V

1V

0.01A

U3 PT Ratio = 1

PT Ratio > 1

1W/Var/VA

1kW/kvar/kVA

Notes

2

1, 3

4

1

CT Ratio = CT primary current/CT secondary current

2

The default Voltage scale is 144V (120V +20%). You can change it via the Device Data Scale setup (see Section 3.1) or via the Device Options setup in PAS.

3

The default Current scale is 2 × CT secondary current (2 × 1A or 2 × 5A depending on the order).

4

Pmax is rounded to whole kilowatts. With PT=1.0, if Pmax is greater than 9,999,000 W, it is truncated to 9,999,000 W.

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5 Data Formats

Format Code

Timestamp

F1

Value Description

Local time in a UNIX-style format. Represents the number of seconds since midnight (00:00:00), January 1, 1970. The time is valid after January 1, 2000.

File ID

F2

1-8, 11-16

9

10

17-18

26

128

File Attributes

F3 Bit 0 = 0

Bit 0 = 1

Bit 1 = 1

Bits 4:6 =

0

2

3

4

File Status Word

(bitmap)

F4 Bit 0 = 1

Bit 8 = 1

Bit 9 = 1

Bit 10 = 1

Bit 11 = 1

Data log #1-8, #11-16

Data log #9 – EN50160 Compliance Statistics

Data log #10 – EN50160 Harmonic Statistics

Waveform log #1-2

Power quality (PQ) log

Real time waveform capture

Non-wrap file (stop when full)

Wrap-around (circular) file

Fixed (non-changeable) file attributes

Multi-section data log file attributes:

Regular file

TOU daily profile log

EN50160 Compliance Statistics

EN50160 Survey Statistics - Voltage Harmonics

The last record of the file is being read

File is empty

Reading after EOF

Corrupted record (CRC error)

No file section found for the requested channel

File Record Status Word

(bitmap)

F5

Bit 12 = 1

Bit 13 = 1

Bit 14 = 1

Bit 15 = 1

Bit 0 = 1

Bit 8 = 1

Bit 9 = 1

Bit 10 = 1

Bit 11 = 1

Bit 12 = 1

Bit 13 = 1

Bit 14 = 1

Reading after the end of a data block

File is not accessible

Record not found

Generic read error (with one of the bits 8-14)

The last record of the file is being read

File is empty

Reading after EOF

Corrupted record (CRC error)

No file section found for the requested channel

Reading after the end of a data block

File is not accessible

Record not found

Generic read error (with one of the bits 8-14) Bit 15 = 1

TOU Profile Log Channel ID

F6

16-23 Summary/TOU maximum demand registers #1-#8

Waveform Log Channel ID

F7 0 V1/V12

1 V2/V23

2 V3/V31

4 I1

5 I2

6 I3

Profile Log Sections Mask

F8 Bit 0:7 = 1 Summary/TOU energy/usage registers #1-#8

Summary/TOU maximum demand registers #1-#8 Bit 16:23 = 1

Waveform Log Channel Mask

F9 Bit 0 = 1

Bit 1 = 1

Channel V1/V12

Channel V2/V23

Bit 2 = 1

Bit 3 = 1

Bit 4 = 1

Bit 5 = 1

Bit 6 = 1

Channel V3/V31

N/A

Channel I1

Channel I2

Channel I3

1

1

1

Notes

Multi-section file

Multi-section file

Multi-section file

1

1

1

90

Format Code Value

TOU Tariff Change Time

F10 Bits 8:15 = 0-7 Tariff number #1-#8

Description

Bits 2:7 = 0-23

Bits 0:1 = 0-3

Tariff start hour

Tariff start quarter of an hour

Summary/TOU Energy Register Source ID

F11 0x0000 None

0x0700-0x0701 Pulse input DI1-DI2

0x1701 kWh export

0x1705

0x1708

Setpoint Trigger Parameters ID

F12 0x0000 kvarh export kVAh total

None (condition is not active)

0x0080-0x008F

0x0300-0x0307

0x8300-0x8307

0x0400

0x0401

0x0403

Setpoint #1-#16 ON

Event Flags

Event flag #1-#8 ON

Event flag #1-#8 OFF

Internal Events

kWh import pulse kWh export pulse kvarh import pulse

0x0404

0x0405

0x0406

0x0407 kvarh export pulse kvarh total pulse kVAh total pulse

Start new demand interval

0x0408

0x0409

Start new tariff interval

Start new volt/ampere demand interval

0x040A Start new sliding window demand interval

Timers

0x0600

0x0601

0x8600

0x8601

0x0700

0x0701

0x0800

0x0801

0x8800

0x8801

0x8901

0x8902

Status Inputs

Status input #1 ON

Status input #2 ON

Status input #1 OFF

Status input #2 OFF

Pulse Inputs

Pulse input #1

Pulse input #2

Relays

Relay #1 ON

Relay #2 ON

Relay #1 OFF

Relay #2 OFF

Static Events

Positive phase rotation reversal

Negative phase rotation reversal

0x0903

0x0A00

0x0A01

0x0A02

0x0A03

0x0B02

EN50160 PQ event

Pulse Counters

High pulse counter #1

High pulse counter #2

High pulse counter #3

High pulse counter #4

Time and Date Parameters

Day of week

0x0B03 Year

0x0B04 Month

0x0B05 Day of month

0x0B06 Hour

0x0B07 Minutes

0x0B08 Seconds

0x0C03

1-Cycle Phase Values

High I1 current

0x0C04

0x0C05

High I2 current

High I3 current

Notes

3

3

91

Format Code

0x8C03

0x8C04

0x8C05

Value Description

Low I1 current

Low I2 current

Low I3 current

1-Cycle Values on any Phase

0x0E07

0x0E08

0x0E0A

0x1002

0x9002

0x1003

0x1004

0x1103

0x1104

0x1105

0x9103

0x9104

0x9105

0x1600

0x1601

0x1602

0x1603

0x1604

0x1605

0x1606

0x1607

0x1608

0x1609

0x160A

0x160B

0x160F

0x1610

0x1611

0x1612

0x1613

0x1406

0x1407

0x1408

0x1409

0x1402

0x9404

0x9405

0x1501

0x1502

0x9502

0x1503

0x1504

0x1614

0x1616

0x1617

0x1618

0x1619

0x161A

High voltage THD

High current THD

High current TDD

1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

High frequency

Low frequency

High voltage unbalance

High current unbalance

1-Sec Phase Values

High I1 current

High I2 current

High I3 current

Low I1 current

Low I2 current

Low I3 current

1-Sec Values on any Phase

1-Sec Total Values

High total kW import

High total kW export

High total kvar import

High total kvar export

High total kVA

Low total PF Lag

Low total PF Lead

1-Sec Auxiliary Values

High neutral current

High frequency

Low frequency

High voltage unbalance

High current unbalance

Present Demands

High V1/V12 Volt demand

High V2/V23 Volt demand

High V3/V31 Volt demand

High I1 Ampere demand

High I2 Ampere demand

High I3 Ampere demand

High block kW import demand

High block kvar import demand

High block kVA demand

High sliding window kW import demand

High sliding window kvar import demand

High sliding window kVA demand

High accumulated kW import demand

High accumulated kvar import demand

High accumulated kVA demand

High predicted kW import demand

High predicted kvar import demand

High predicted kVA demand

High block kW export demand

High block kvar export demand

High sliding window kW export demand

High sliding window kvar export demand

High accumulated kW export demand

Notes

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

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Format Code

0x161B

0x161C

Value Description

High accumulated kvar export demand

High predicted kW export demand

0x161D

Setpoint Action ID

F14

Action type Target

High predicted kvar export demand

0x30

0x30

0x31

0x31

0x40

0x40

0x40

0x40

0x41

0x20

0x20

0x20

0x20

0x21

0x21

0x21

0x21

0x00 Set Event flag #1

0x01 Set Event flag #2

0x02 Set Event flag #3

0x03 Set Event flag #4

0x00 Clear Event flag #1

0x01 Clear Event flag #2

0x02 Clear Event flag #3

0x03 Clear Event flag #4

0x00 Operate Relay #1

0x01 Operate Relay #2

0x00 Release latched Relay #1

0x01 Release latched Relay #2

0x00 Increment counter #1

0x01 Increment counter #2

0x02 Increment counter #3

0x03 Increment counter #4

0x00 Clear counter #1

0x41

0x41

0x41

0x64

0x60

0x61

0x61

0x61

0x01

0x02

0x03

0x00

0x00

0x00

0x01

0x02

Clear counter #2

Clear counter #3

Clear counter #4

Clear all counters

Reset total energy

Reset all total maximum demands

Reset power maximum demands

Reset volt/ampere/harmonic maximum demands

0x62

0x63

0x00 Reset TOU energy

0x00 Reset TOU maximum demands

0x65 0x00 Clear Min/Max registers

0x70 0x00 log

0x71 0x00 Data log #1

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x01 Data log #2

0x02 Data log #3

0x03 Data log #4

0x04 Data log #5

0x05 Data log #6

0x06 Data log #7

0x07 Data log #8

0x0A Data log #11

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x71

0x0B Data log #12

0x0C Data log #13

0x0D Data log #14

0x0E Data log #15

F16

0x71

0x72

0x73

Counter Source ID

0x0F

0x00

0x00

Data log #16

Waveform log #1

Waveform log #2

0x0000 None

0x0001-0x0002

Relay Output Pulse Source ID

F17

Pulse input DI1-DI2

0x0000 None

0x0400 kWh import pulse

0x0401

0x0403

0x0404

0x0405 kWh export pulse kvarh import pulse kvarh export pulse kvarh total pulse

AO Output/Analog Expander Parameters ID

F18 0x0000 None (output disabled)

1-Cycle Phase Values

Notes

2

93

Format Code Value Description

1-Cycle Total Values

0x0F04

0x0F05

0x0F0A

0x0F0B

0x0F0C

Total PF Lag

Total PF Lead

3-phase average L-N/L-L voltage

3-phase average L-L voltage

3-phase average current

1-Cycle Auxiliary Values

0x1002 Frequency

1-Sec Phase Values

0x1100

0x1101

V1/V12 Voltage

V2/V23 Voltage

0x1102 V3/V31 Voltage

1-Sec Total Values

0x1404

0x1405

0x140A

0x140B

0x140C

Total PF Lag

Total PF Lead

3-phase average L-N/L-L voltage

3-phase average L-L voltage

3-phase average current

1-Sec Auxiliary Values

0x1502 Frequency

0x161B

Event Cause/Point ID

F19

0x0000-0x59FF

0x6400-0xFFFF

0x160F

0x1610

0x1611

0x161A

Accumulated kW import demand

Accumulated kvar import demand

Accumulated kVA demand

Accumulated kW export demand

Accumulated kvar export demand

Setpoint Operation Events

Trigger parameter ID

Trigger parameter ID

Setpoint Action Events

0x5B00-0x5BFF

0x5C00-0x5CFF

0x5D00-0x5DFF

0x5E08

0x6202

0x6203

Point ID (low byte, see F21)

Front Panel Operations

Point ID (low byte, see F21)

Self-Check Diagnostics Events

Point ID (low byte, see F21)

RTC DST time update

Hardware Diagnostics Events

RAM/Data error

Hardware watchdog reset

Notes

1

1

4

94

Format Code Value Description

0x6205 CPU exception

0x6206 Reserved

0x6207 Software watchdog reset

0x6300 Power down

Event Effect ID

F20

Communications/Self-check/Front Panel Events

0x0000 None

0x6000

0x6100

Total energy registers cleared

All total maximum demands cleared

0x6101

0x6102

0x6200

0x6300

0x6400

0x6401-0x6403

0x6500

0x6A00-0x6A1A

0x6B00

0xF100-0xF10F

Power maximum demands cleared

Volt/Ampere/Harmonic maximum demands cleared

Summary/TOU energy registers cleared

Summary/TOU maximum demand registers cleared

All counters cleared

Counter cleared (low byte = counter ID)

Min/Max log cleared

Log file cleared (low byte = File ID)

EN50160 statistics cleared

Setpoint cleared (low byte = setpoint ID)

0xF300 Setup reset (set by default)

Data Point ID

F21

0xE100-0xE10F

0xE200-0xE20F

See F14

Setpoint Operation Events

Setpoint operated (low byte = setpoint ID)

Setpoint released (low byte = setpoint ID)

Setpoint Action Events

Setpoint action ID

Data Locations

0x09

0x0A

Digital inputs setup

Pulse counters setup

0x12

0x13

0x14

0x16

0x18

0x19

0x1B

0x1C

0x1F

0x20

0x21

0x22

User assignable register map

Programmable Min/Max log setup

Data log setup

TOU energy registers setup

TOU daily profiles

TOU calendar

RO Setup

User selectable options

DNP 3.0 class 0 map

DNP 3.0 options setup

DNP 3.0 events setup

DNP 3.0 event setpoints

0x25 Net setup

0x27 Waveform log setup

0x2B-0x4E Reserved

Notes

4

95

Format Code

Event Type ID

F22

Value

0x0000

0x0001-0x0010

0x0500

0x0501

0x0502

0x0503

0x0505

0x0506

0x0507

0x0508

0x0509

0x050A

0x050B

0x050C

Device Diagnostics

F23 Bit 0

Bit 1

Bit 2 = 1

Bit 3 = 1

Bit 4 = 1

Bit 5 = 1

Bit 6

Bit 7 = 1

Bit 8 = 1

Bit 9 = 1

Bit 10 = 1

Bit 11 = 1

Bit 12

Bit 13 = 1

Bit 14

Bit 15 = 1

DNP Object Types

F24

0

1

1

2

3

0

1

0

1

2

3

0

4

5

0

1

0

1

2

3

0

1

2

3

Description

Setpoint Events

SP: Generic setpoint event

SP1-SP16: Setpoint #1-#16 event

PQ Events (EN 50160 categories)

PQEN: Generic PQ event

PQEN1: Frequency variations

PQEN2: Voltage variations

PQEN3: Rapid voltage changes

PQEN5: Voltage dips

PQEN6: Voltage interruptions

PQEN7: Temporary overvoltages

PQEN8: Transient overvoltages

PQEN9: Voltage unbalance

PQEN10: Harmonic voltage

PQEN11: Interharmonic voltage

PQEN12: Mains signaling voltage

Reserved

Reserved

RAM/Data error

CPU watchdog reset

Sampling fault

CPU exception

Reserved

Software watchdog reset

Power down

Device reset

Configuration reset

RTC fault

Reserved

Low battery

Reserved

EEPROM fault

Static Binary Input Objects

Single-Bit Binary Input

Binary Input With Status

Binary Input Change Event Objects

Binary Input Change Without Time

Binary Input Change With Time

Static Binary Counters

32-bit Binary Counter

32-bit Binary Counter Without Flag

16-bit Binary Counter

16-bit Binary Counter Without Flag

Binary Counter Change Events

32-bit Counter Change Event Without Time

32-bit Counter Change Event With Time

16-bit Counter Change Event Without Time

16-bit Counter Change Event With Time

Frozen Binary Counters

32-bit Frozen Counter

32-bit Frozen Counter Without Flag

32-bit Frozen Counter With Time of Freeze

16-bit Frozen Counter

16-bit Frozen Counter Without Flag

16-bit Frozen Counter With Time of Freeze

Static Analog Input Objects

32-bit Analog Input

32-bit Analog Input Without Flag

16-bit Analog Input

16-bit Analog Input Without Flag

Analog Input Change Events

32-bit Analog Change Event Without Time

32-bit Analog Change Event With Time

Notes

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Format Code

2

3

DNP Class 0 Objects

F25 0x1E01

0x1E02

0x1E03

0x1E04

0x2801

0x2802

0x0101

0x0102

0x1401

0x1402

0x1405

0x1406

0x1501

0x1502

0x1505

0x1506

0x1509

0x150A

Wiring Mode

F26 0

1

Value

Analog Input 30:01

Analog Input 30:02

Analog Input 30:03

Analog Input 30:04

Analog Output 40:01

Analog Output 40:02

Binary Input 01:01

Binary Input 01:02

Binary Counter 20:01

Binary Counter 20:02

Binary Counter 20:05

Binary Counter 20:06

Frozen Counter 21:01

Frozen Counter 21:02

Frozen Counter 21:05

Frozen Counter 21:06

Frozen Counter 21:09

Frozen Counter 21:10

Description

16-bit Analog Change Event Without Time

16-bit Analog Change Event With Time

2

3

4

5

6

8

9

3OP2 - 3-wire open delta using 2 CTs (2 element)

4LN3 - 4-wire WYE using 3 PTs (3 element), line-to-neutral voltage readings

3DIR2 - 3-wire direct connection using 2 CTs (2 element)

4LL3 - 4-wire WYE using 3 PTs (3 element), line-to-line voltage readings

3OP3 - 3-wire open delta using 3 CTs (2 1/2 element)

3LN3 - 4-wire WYE using 2 PTs (2 1/2 element), line-to-neutral voltage readings

3LL3 - 4-wire WYE using 2 PTs (2 1/2 element), line-to-line voltage readings

3BLN3 - 3-wire broken delta using 2 PTs (2 1/2 element), lineto-neutral voltage readings

3BLL3 - 3-wire broken delta using 2 PTs (2 1/2 element), lineto-line voltage readings

Instrument Options

F28 Bit 0=1

Bit 1=1

Bits 2-5

Bit 6=1

Bit 7=1

Bit 8=1

Bit 9=1

Bit 10=1

Bit 11

Bit 12=1

Bit 13

Bit 14=1

Bit 15

Bits 16-18

Bits 19-22

Bits 23-24

Bits 25-29

Bits 30-31=11

I/O Slot Types

F29

120V Option

690V Option

Reserved

Analog output 0/4 or 4/20mA

Analog output 0-1mA

Analog output ±1mA

RO option

DI option

Reserved

Setup is secured by a password (authorization required)

Reserved

Analog expander option ±1mA

Reserved

Number of RO - 1

Number of DI – 1

Number of AO - 1

Reserved

Memory module 1MBytes

RO 00100000B

AO ±1

Empty slot

01100000B

1111 ××××B

Notes

× = Don’t care

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NOTES:

1

Voltage

When the 4LN3, 3LN3 or 3BLN3 wiring mode is selected, the voltages and voltage waveforms will be line-to-neutral; for any other wiring mode, they will be line-to-line.

2

Analog Outputs

1) For bi-directional analog output ( ±1 mA), the zero scale setup corresponds to the center (0 mA) of the scale range, and the direction of the current matches the sign of the output parameter. Unsigned parameters are output within the current range 0 to +1 mA and can be scaled as in the case of single-ended analog output (0-1 mA).

For signed values, such as powers and signed power factor, the scale is always symmetrical with regard to 0 mA, and the full scale corresponds to +1 mA output for positive readings and to -1 mA output for negative readings. The zero scale (0 mA output) is permanently set in the instrument to zero for all parameters except the signed power factor for which it is set to

1.000 (see Note 2). In write requests, the zero scale is ignored.

2) Except for the signed power factor, the setup scale is continuous within the entire value range. For signed power factor, the setup scale is broken at +1.000 in order to provide continuous output current when the power factor changes close to ±1.000.

The setup scale is symmetrical in the range of -0 to +0 with a center at 1.000 (-1.000 is assumed to be equal to +1.000).

Negative power factor is output as -1.000 minus measured value, and non-negative power factor is output as +1.000 minus measured value. To set the entire range for power factor from -0 to +0, the scales would be specified as -0 to 0. Because of the fact that negative zero may not be transmitted through communications, the value of -0.001 is used to specify the scale of

-0, and both +0.001 and 0.000 are used to specify the scale of +0.

3

Phase Reversal Trigger

The setpoint is operated when the actual phase sequence does not match the designated phase rotation order.

4

The event value field shows the present meter time in the F1 format (starting with V25.2.4).

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