E51H2, E51H5 Install Guide

E51H2, E51H5 Install Guide
Installation Guide
Power Monitoring
TM
E51H2, E51H5
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Bi-Directional Compact
Power and Energy Meter
With BACnet MS/TP Support
Product Overview
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E51H5 only
DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
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The E51 meters are capable of bidirectional metering. Power is monitored in both directions (upstream and
downstream from the meter). The meter is housed in a plastic enclosure suitable for installation on T35 DIN rail
according to EN50022. The E51 can be mounted either on a DIN rail or in a panel. Observe correct CT orientation
when installing the device.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.
Product Identification
Follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E in the USA, or applicable local codes.
This equipment must only be installed and serviced by qualified electrical personnel.
Read, understand and follow the instructions before installing this product.
Turn off all power supplying equipment before working on or inside the equipment.
Any covers that may be displaced during the installation must be reinstalled
before powering the unit.
• Use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm power is off.
DO NOT DEPEND ON THIS PRODUCT FOR VOLTAGE INDICATION
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and
operation of this electrical equipment and the installation, and has received safety
training to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.
NEC2009 Article 100
No responsibility is assumed by Veris Industries for any consequences arising out of the
use of this material.
Control system design must consider the potential failure modes of control paths and, for
certain critical control functions, provide a means to acheive a safe state during and after a
path failure. Examples of critical control functions are emergency stop and over-travel stop.
WARNING
LOSS OF CONTROL
∙ Assure that the system will reach a safe state during and after a control path failure.
∙ Separate or redundant control paths must be provided for critical control functions.
∙ Test the effect of transmission delays or failures of communication links.1
∙ Each implementation of equipment using communication links must be individually
and thoroughly tested for proper operation before placing it in service.
Failure to follow these instructions may cause injury, death or equipment damage.
1For additional information about anticipated transmission delays or failures of the link, refer to
NEMA ICS 1.1 (latest edition). Safety Guidelins for the Application, Installation, and Maintenance
of Solid-State Control or its equivalent in your specific country, language, and/or location.
NOTICE
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The E51H2 and E51H5 DIN rail power meters provide a solution for measuring energy data with a single device.
Inputs include control power, CT, and 3-phase voltage. Both models support BACnet MS/TP protocol. The E51H2
has one pulse contact input and a phase loss alarm output. The E51H5 has data logging capability and two pulse
contact inputs. The LCD screen on the faceplate allows instant output viewing.
FCC PART 15 INFORMATION
NOTE: This equipment has been tested by the manufacturer and found to
comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
residential environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Modifications to this product without the express authorization of the
manufacturer nullify this statement.
For use in a Pollution Degree 2 or better environment only. A Pollution Degree 2
environment must control conductive pollution and the possibility of condensation or
high humidity. Consider the enclosure, the correct use of ventilation, thermal properties
of the equipment, and the relationship with the environment. Installation category:
CAT II or CAT III. Provide a disconnect device to disconnect the meter from the supply
source. Place this device in close proximity to the equipment and within easy reach of
the operator, and mark it as the disconnecting device. The disconnecting device shall
meet the relevant requirements of IEC 60947-1 and IEC 60947-3 and shall be suitable for
the application. In the US and Canada, disconnecting fuse holders can be used. Provide
overcurrent protection and disconecting device for supply conductors with approved
current limiting devices suitable for protecting the wiring. If the equipment is used in a
manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the device may
be impaired.
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Alarm
Output
Full Data
Set
E51H2
n
n
n
E51H5
n
n
Data
Logging
Pulse
Input
n
n
n
(2 pulses)
Specifications
MEASUREMENT ACCURACY
Real Power and Energy
Reactive Power and Energy
Current
This product is not intended for life or safety applications.
Do not install this product in hazardous or classified locations.
The installer is responsible for conformance to all applicable codes.
Mount this product inside a suitable fire and electrical enclosure.
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BACnet MS/TP
Protocol Output
Model
IEC 62053-22 Class 0.2S, ANSI C12.20 0.2%
IEC 62053-23 Class 2, 2%
0.2% (+0.005% per °C deviation from 25°C) from 1% to 5% of range;
0.1% (+0.005% per °C deviation from 25°C) from 5% to 100% of range
Voltage
Sample Rate
Data Update Rate
Type of Measurement
0.1% (+0.005% per °C deviation from 25°C) from 90 VACL-N to 600 VACL-L
2520 samples per second; no blind time
1 sec.
True RMS; one to three phase AC system
INPUT VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS
Measured AC Voltage
Minimum 90 VL-N (156 VL-L ) for stated accuracy;
UL Maximums: 600 VL-L (347 VL-N ); CE Maximums: 300 VL-N (520 VL-L)
Metering Over-Range
Impedance
Frequency Range
+20%
2.5 MΩL-N /5 MΩL-L
45 to 65 Hz
INPUT CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS
CT Scaling
Measurement Input Range
Impedance
Primary: Adjustable from 5 A to 32,000 A
0 to 0.333 VAC or 0 to 1.0 VAC (+20% over-range)
10.6 kΩ (1/3 V mode) or 32.1 kΩ (1 V mode)
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Specifications (cont.)
TM
CONTROL POWER
AC
5 VA max.; 90V min.;
UL Maximums: 600 VL-L (347 VL-N ); CE Maximums: 300 VL-N (520 VL-L)
DC*
Ride Through Time
3 W max.; UL and CE: 125 to 300 VDC
100 msec at 120 VAC
INPUT
Pulse
Solid-state or mechanical contacts (current less than 1 mA)
E51H2: 1 pulse input; E51H5: 2 pulse inputs
Minimum Pulse Width
20 msec
OUTPUT
Alarm Contacts (E51H2 only)
N.C., static output (30VAC/DC, 100mA max. @ 25°C,
derate 0.56mA per °C above 25°C)
RS-485 Port
2-wire, 9600 to 115.2 kbaud, BACnet MS/TP
MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Weight
0.62 lb (0.28 kg)
IP Degree of Protection
(IEC 60529)
IP40 front display; IP20 Meter
Display Characteristics
Back-lit blue LCD
Terminal Block Screw Torque
0.37 to 0.44 ft-lb (0.5 to 0.6 N·m)
Terminal Block Wire Size
26 to 14 AWG (0.13 to 2.08 mm2)
Rail
T35 (35mm) DIN Rail per EN50022
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Humidity Range
Altitude of Operation
-30° to 70°C (22° to 158°F)
-40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
<95% RH noncondensing
3000 m
METERING CATEGORY
US and Canada
CE
Dielectric Withstand
CAT III; for distribution systems up to 347 VL-N /600 VACL-L
CAT III; for distribution systems up to 300 VL-N
Per UL 508, EN61010
Conducted and Radiated
Emissions
FCC part 15 Class B, EN55011/EN61000 Class B (residential and light
industrial)
Conducted and Radiated
Immunity
EN61000 Class A (heavy industrial)
AGENCY APPROVALS
US and Canada (cULus)
Europe (CE)
UL508 (open type device)/CSA 22.2 No. 14-05
EN61010-1:2001
* External DC current limiting is required, see fuse recommendations.
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E51H2, E51H5
Table of Contents
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TM
Dimensions
4
Application Example
4
Data Outputs
5
Product Diagram
5
Display Screen Diagram
6
Installation
7
Supported System Types
8
Wiring Symbols
8
Wiring Diagrams
9
Control Power Diagrams
10
Quick Setup Instructions
11
Pulse Contact Inputs
12
User Interface Menu Abbreviations Defined
12
User Interface for Data Configuration
13
Alert/Reset Information
15
User Interface for Setup
16
RS-485 Communications
18
BACnet Default Settings
19
BACnet Programming Information
20
Legend
22
Device Objects
22
Analog_Value Objects
23
Analog_Input Objects
25
Binary_Input Objects
29
Data Logging (E51H5 Only)
30
Trend_Log Objects
31
Troubleshooting
32
China RoHS Compliance Information (EFUP Table)
32
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Dimensions
1.8”
(45mm)
1.9”
(48mm)
2.3”
(59mm)
1.5”
(39mm)
3.6”
(91mm)
4.2”
(107mm)
Bottom View (DIN Mount Option)
Bottom View (Screw Mount Option)
2.4 “
(61 mm)
4.2 “
(107 mm)
+
3.6 “
(91 mm)
1.2 “
(31 mm)
+
0.3 “
(8 mm)
3.9“
(99 mm)
4.3 “
(109 mm)
0.2 “
(4 mm)
+
0.4 “
(10 mm)
Application Example
Main Utility Grid
Solar Panels
Imported Power
Exported Power
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E51H2, E51H5
Data Outputs
TM
Full Data Set (FDS):
Power (kW)
Energy (kWh)
Configurable for CT & PT ratios, system type, and passwords
Diagnostic alerts
Current: 3-phase average
Volts: 3-phase average
Current: by phase
Volts: by phase Line-Line and Line-Neutral
Power: Real, Reactive, and Apparent 3-phase total and per phase
Power Factor: 3-phase average and per phase
Frequency
Power Demand: Most Recent and Peak
Demand Configuration: Fixed, Rolling Block, and External Sync
Real Time Clock: uses BACnet Time Synchronization services
Data Logging (E51H5 only; includes all FDS outputs, plus):
3 BACnet Log_Events: each buffer holds 5760 time-stamped 32-bit entries
(User configures which 3 data points are stored in these buffers)
User configurable logging interval
(When configured for a 15 minute interval, each buffer holds 60 days of data)
Continuous and Single Shot logging modes: user selectable
A
B
C
RS-485
+ - S
Common - 1 or 1/3 VAC Input
Two 5-character rows
of display text.
Top row alphanumeric;
Bottom row numeric only
+
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A
B
C
N
VA
VB
VC
Neutral
UL: 90V L-N - 600V L-L
–
CONTROL POWER
0.1A 50/60 Hz
CE: 90V L-N - 300V L-N
1
Earth
VOLTAGE INPUTS
CAT III 50/60 Hz
Energy
2
Control
Power


Alarm
The red Alarm LED lights
when any of the 3 phase
voltages drop below the
selected threshold.
The green Energy LED is not
used on the E5xH2.
Shield
BACnet
Pulse Input
+
+
+
IC
IB
IA
Phase Loss
Alarm Output
E51H2
Product Diagram
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A
B
C
Common - 1 or 1/3 VAC Input
Two 5-character rows
of display text.
Top row alphanumeric;
Bottom row numeric only
Display Screen
Diagram
BACnet
Pulse Inputs
RS-485
1
+ - S
2
+


VOLTAGE INPUTS
CAT III 50/60 Hz
–
Energy
B
C
N
VB
VC
Neutral
CONTROL POWER
0.1A 50/60 Hz
CE: 90V L-N - 300V L-N
1
Earth
A
VA
UL: 90V L-N - 600V L-L
2
Control
Power
Alarm
The red Alarm LED lights
when any of the 3 phase
voltages drop below the
selected threshold.
The green Energy LED lights
when the pulse 1 input
contacts are active or closed.
Shield
Pulse Input 2
+
+
+
IC
IB
IA
Pulse Input 1
E51H5
Product Diagram
(cont.)
LCD Screen:
Buttons:
+
Screen Name or Units
Diagnostic Alert:
indicates that one or
more of the alarm
bits (Binary_Objects
1-15) are active.
Logo
Alive Indicator


(Left)
Back
♥
Tx
Rx
ERR
(Up)
Select
RS-485 Equipped Units Only:
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Receive Data Error
(Right)
Next
–
(Down)
Select
Numeric Data
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TM
Disconnect power prior to installation.
Installation
Reinstall any covers that are displaced during the installation before powering the unit.
Mount the meter in an appropriate electrical enclosure near equipment to be monitored.
Do not install on the load side of a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD), aka Variable Speed Drive (VSD)
or Adjustable Frequency Drive (AFD).
Observe correct CT orientation.
The meter can be mounted in two ways: on standard 35 mm DIN rail or screw-mounted to the interior surface of the enclosure.
A. DIN Rail Mounting
1. Attach the mounting clips to the underside of the housing by sliding them into the slots from the inside. The stopping pegs
must face the housing, and the outside edge of the clip must be flush with the outside edge of the housing.
2. Snap the clips onto the DIN rail. See the diagram of the underside of the housing (below).
Clip flush with
outside edge
Insert clips from inside
Snap onto
DIN rail
3. To reduce horizontal shifting across the DIN rail, use two Veris AV02 end stop clips.
B. Screw Mounting
1. Attach the mounting clips to the underside of the housing by sliding them into the slots from the outside. The stopping pegs
must face the housing, and the screw hole must be exposed on the outside of the housing.
2. Use three #8 screws (not supplied) to mount the meter to the inside of the enclosure. See the diagram of the underside of the
housing (below).
Insert clips from outside
Screw holes
exposed for
mounting
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E51H2, E51H5
TM
Supported System
Types
The E51Hx power meters have a number of different possible system wiring configurations (see Wiring Diagrams, page 5). To
configure the meter, set the System Type via the User Interface or by writing the Present_Value of AV2 with the System Type value
in the table below. The System Type tells the meter which of its current and voltage inputs are valid, which are to be ignored, and
if neutral is connected. Setting the correct System Type prevents unwanted energy accumulation on unused inputs, selects the
formula to calculate the Theoretical Maximum System Power, and determines which phase loss algorithm is to be used. The phase
loss algorithm is configured as a percent of the Line-to-Line System Voltage (except when in System Type 10) and also calculates
the expected Line to Neutral voltages for system types that have Neutral (12 & 40).
Values that are not valid in a particular System Type will display as “----” on the User Interface or as QNAN in the BACnet objects.
CTs
Number
of wires
Qty
Voltage Connections
System Type
ID
Qty
ID
Type
BACnet object User Interface:
AV2
SETUP>S SYS
Phase Loss Measurements
VLL
VLN
Balance
Wiring
Diagram
Diagram
number
Single-Phase Wiring
2
1
A
2
A, N
L-N
10
1L + 1n
AN
2
1
A
2
A, B
L-L
11
2L
AB
3
2
A, B
3
A, B, N
L-L with N 12
2L + 1n
AB
Delta
31
3L
AB, BC, CA
40
3L + 1n
AB, BC, CA
1
2
AN, BN
AN-BN
3
AB-BC-CA
4
AN-BN-CN &
AB-BC-CA
5, 6
Three-Phase Wiring
3
3
A, B, C
3
A, B, C
4
3
A, B, C
4
A, B, C, N Grounded
Wye
Wiring Symbols
AN, BN, CN
To avoid distortion, use parallel wires for control power and voltage inputs.
The following symbols are used in the wiring diagrams on the following pages.
Symbol
Description
Voltage Disconnect Switch
Fuse (installer is responsible for ensuring compliance with local requirements. No
fuses are included with the meter.)
Earth ground
X1
Current Transducer
X2
Potential Transformer
Protection containing a voltage disconnect switch with a fuse or disconnect circuit
breaker. The protection device must be rated for the available short-circuit current at
the connection point.
CAUTION
RISK OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• This product is designed only for use with 1V or 0.33V current
transducers (CTs).
• DO NOT USE CURRENT OUTPUT (e.g. 5A) CTs ON THIS PRODUCT.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in overheating and
permanent equipment damage.
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Wiring
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PERMANENT EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
CT negative terminals are referenced to the meter’s neutral and may be at elevated voltages
· Do not contact meter terminals while the unit is connected
· Do not connect or short other circuits to the CT terminals
Failure to follow these instructions may cause injury, death or equipment damage.
Observe correct CT orientation.
Diagram 1: 1-Phase Line-to-Neutral 2- Wire
System 1 CT
Diagram 2: 1-Phase Line-to-Line 2-Wire
System 1 CT
Use System Type 10 (1L + 1n)
N L1
Use System Type 11 (2L)
L1 L2
A
B
C
N
X1
White
Black
X2
A
B
C
N
X1
+
A
+
-B
+
-C
X2
Diagram 3: 1-Phase Direct Voltage Connection 2 CT
N
L1
Use System Type 31 (3L)
L1 L2 L3
A
B
C
N
X1
X2
White
Black
X1
A
B
C
N
X2
X2
X1
White
Black
White
Black
X2
Use System Type 40 (3L + 1n)
N
L1 L2 L3
A
B
C
N
A
B
C
N
White
Black
X1
X2
X1
X2
X1
X2
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White
Black
White
Black
+
-A
+
-B
+
-C
+
-A
+
-B
+
-C
Diagram 6: 3-Phase 4-Wire Wye Connection 3 CT
3 PT
Use System Type 40 (3L + 1n)
L1 L2 L3
X1
X2
Diagram 5: 3-Phase 4-Wire Wye Direct Voltage Input
Connection 3 CT
N
White
Black
X1
+
A
+
B
+
-C
White
Black
+
A
+
B
+
-C
Diagram 4: 3-Phase 3-Wire 3 CT no PT
Use System Type 12 (2L + 1n)
L2
White
Black
X1
X2
White
Black
X1
X2
X1
White
Black
White
Black
X2
+
-A
+
-B
+
-C
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Control Power
Diagrams
TM
Direct Connect Control Power (Line to Line)
L1 L2 L3
Direct Connect Control Power (Line to Neutral)
G 1 2
N L1 L2 L3
G 1 2
Line to Line from 90 VAC to 600 VAC (UL) (520 VAC for CE). In
UL installations the lines may be floating (such as a delta).
If any lines are tied to an earth (such as a corner grounded
delta), see the Line to Neutral installation limits. In CE
compliant installations, the lines must be neutral (earth)
referenced at less than 300 VACL-N
Line to Neutral from 90 VAC to 347 VAC (UL) or 300 VAC (CE)
Direct Connect Control Power (DC Control Power)
Control Power Transformer (CPT) Connection
G 1 2
G 1 2
N L1 L2 L3
DC Control Power from 125 VDC to 300 VDC
(UL and CE max.)
The Control Power Transformer may be wired L-N or L-L. Output to
meet meter input requirements
Fuse Recommendations
Keep the fuses close to the power source (obey local and national code requirements).
For selecting fuses and circuit breakers, use the following criteria:
•
•
•
•
S elect current interrupt capacity based on the installation category and fault current capability.
Select over-current protection with a time delay.
Select a voltage rating sufficient for the input voltage applied.
Provide overcurrent protection and disconnecting means to protect the wiring. For AC installations, use Veris AH02,
AH03, AH04, or equivalent. For DC installations, provide external circuit protection. Suggested: 0.5 A, time delay fuses.
• The earth connection is required for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and is not a protective earth ground.
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Quick Setup
Instructions
TM
Use this section to enter:
- BACnet communication parameters
- CT (Current Transducer) output voltage and input current ranges
- The service type to be monitored
These instructions assume the meter is set to factory defaults. If it has been previously configured, check all optional values.
A. To Navigate to the Setup screens:
1. Press
++
or – repeatedly until SETUP screen appears.
2. Press
to get to the PASWD screen.
3. Press
to move through the digits. Use the
4. Press
to move to the first Setup screen (S BAC)
5. Use
+
+
++
or – buttons to enter your password (the default is 00000).
or – to select the parameter screen you want to set.
++
6. After you set the parameters you want, use
SETUP).
or – to select the next Setup screen or
to exit the Setup screens (return to
B. To Enter BACnet communication parameters
1. Navigate to the S BAC (set BACnet) Setup screen (see section A above).
2. Press to go to the MAC screen and through the address digits. Use
001).
3. Press
to accept the value and go to the KBAUD screen. Use
++
++
or – to select the BACnet MAC address (default is
or – to select the baud rate (default is 76.8K).
+
4. Press to go to the ID1 screen and through the upper four digits of the Device Instance. Use + or – to select the ID digits.
The setup screen splits the Device ID into two parts, the most significant four digits (ID1) and the least significant three digits
(ID2). The E51Hx supports BACnet Device ID values from 1 to 4,193,999. Units are shipped with a factory default setting that is
pseudo-randomly generated in the range from 1,000,000 to 3,097,151.
5. Press to accept the value and go to the ID2 screen and through the lower three digits of the Device Instance. Use
select the ID digits.
6. Press
++
or – to
to accept the value and go back to the S BAC screen.
C. To Enter the CT (current transducer) output voltage and input current ranges:
1. Navigate to the S CT (Set Current Transducer) Setup screen (see section A above).
2. Press to go to the CT V screen. Use
1.00).
++
or – to select the voltage mode Current Transducer output voltage (default is
3. Press to go to the CT SZ screen and through the digits. Use
the value and
4. Press
++
or – to select the CT size in amps (default is 100). accept
to accept the value and go back to the S CT screen.
D. To Enter the service type to be monitored:
1. Navigate to the S SYS (Set System) Setup screen (see section A above).
++
2. Press
to go to the SYSTM screen. Use
3. Press
to go back to the S SYS screen.
or – to select the configuration (see wiring diagrams - default is 3LN-1N).
For full setup instructions, see the configuration instructions on the following pages.
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Power Monitoring
E51H2, E51H5
Pulse Contact Inputs
TM
The E51H5 has two inputs with pulse accumulators for solid state or mechanical contacts in other sensors, such as water or gas
flow meters. These inputs are isolated from the measured circuits and referenced to the communication signal ground. Use with
contacts that do not require current to remove oxidation.
Pulse Input
Contacts
Comm
Output
~10 kΩ
4-10 VDC
nominal
+
S
Equivalent
Circuit
Comm
Ground
The E51H2 has one input with pulse accumulator as described above, and one phase loss alarm output terminal.
Phase Loss
Alarm Output
Pulse Input
Comm
Output
~10 kΩ
4-10 VDC
nominal
User Interface (UI)
Menu Abbreviations
Defined
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+
S
Equivalent
Circuit
Comm
Ground
The user can set the display mode to either IEC or IEEE notation in the SETUP menu.
Main Menu
IEC
IEEE
Main Menu
Description
IEC
IEEE
Description
D
D
Demand
F ERR
F ERR
Frequency Error
MAX
M
Maximum Demand
I OVR
I OVR
Over Current
P
W
Present Real Power
V OVR
V OVR
Over Voltage
Q
VAR
Present Reactive Power
PULSE
PULSE
S
VA
Present Apparent Power
kWh Pulse Output Overrun
(configuration error)
A
A
Amps
_PHASE
_PHASE
Summary Data for 1, 2, or 3
active phases
UAB, UBC, UAC
VAB, VBC, VAC
Voltage Line to Line
ALERT
ALERT
Diagnostic Alert Status
V
VLN
Voltage Line to Neutral
INFO
INFO
Unit Information
PF
PF
Power Factor
MODEL
MODEL
Model Number
U
VLL
Voltage Line to Line
OS
OS
Operating System
HZ
HZ
Frequency
RS
RS
Reset System
KSh
KVAh
Accumulated Apparent
Energy
SN
SN
Serial Number
RESET
RESET
Reset Data
PASWD
PASWD
Enter Reset or Setup
Password
ENERG
ENERG
Reset Energy Accumulators
DEMND
DEMND
Reset Demand Maximums
KQh
KVARh
Accumulated Reactive
Energy
KPh
KWh
Accumulated Real Energy
PLOSS
PLOSS
Phase Loss
LOWPF
LOWPF
Low Power Factor Error
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A
3
APHAS
Phase A:
All Systems
1, 2, or 3 Phase
_PHAS
Summary Data
3 VLN
A VLN
B VLN
C VLN
3 -KWh
Export
Real Energy
3 +KWh
Import
Real Energy
3 KWh
Signed Net
Real Energy
M
KW
KW
KW
KW
KW
MKVAR
M KVA
M
KW
Total Apparent
Power (S)
3 KVA
A KVA
B KVA
C KVA
KVAR2
Quadrant 2
Import Reactive
Energy
KVAR1
Quadrant 3
Export Reactive
Energy
KVAR3
>>> Scroll When Idle >>>
Total Reactive
Power (Q)
3KVAR
AKVAR
BKVAR
CKVAR
PF
PF
PF
PF
Quadrant 4
Export Reactive
Energy
KVAR4
Power Factor
(Average of
Active Phases)
3
A
B
C
Maximum Reactive Maximum Apparent Maximum Real
Power (P)
Power (S)
Power (Q)
Export Demand
Import Demand
Import Demand
Quadrant 1
Import Reactive
Energy
Total Real
Power (P)
3
A
B
C
Maximum Real
Power (P)
Import Demand
Volts Line-Line (U) Volts Line-Neutral (V)
(Average of Active
(Average of Active
Phases)
Phases)
3 VLL
A VAB
B VBC
C VAC
Present
Apparent Power
Demand (S)
D KVA
The units for all Power and Energy screens change to preserve resolution as the
accumulated totals increase. For example, energy starts out as Wh, then switches
to kWh, MWh, and eventually GWh as the accumulated value increases.
To:
ALERT
A
A
A
Amps (A)
(Average of
Active Phases)
B
Phase B:
2 & 3 Phase BPHAS
Systems Only
A
Present
Reactive Power
Demand (Q)
DKVAR
IEEE Display Mode
MKVAR
M KVA
Signed Net
Apparent Energy
KVAh
Total Import
Real Energy
3 +KWh
A +KWh
B +KWh
C +KWh
HZ
KVAh
Frequency
APHAS
BPHAS
CPHAS
Import
Export
Apparent Energy Apparent Energy
KVAh
Total Export
Real Energy
3 -KWh
A -KWh
B -KWh
C -KWh
Maximum Reactive Maximum Apparent
DEMND
Power (S)
Power (Q)
Export Demand
Export Demand
Input Pulse
Counter 1
PULS1
_PHAS
ENRGY
Pulse Counter
(not used on E51H2)
PULS2
User Interface for
Data Configuration
Energy
Accumulators ENRGY
and Counters
KW
Present
Real Power
Demand (P)
D
C
DEMND
Phase C:
CPHAS
3 Phase
Systems Only
Demand
To:
SETUP
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A
3
APHAS
Phase A:
All Systems
1, 2, or 3 Phase
_PHAS
Summary Data
U
U
Volts AB
U
Volts BC
U
Volts CA
3
A
B
C
V
V
V
V
E -KPh
Export
Real Energy
E +KPh
Import
Real Energy
E KPh
Signed Net
Real Energy
M
KP
KP
KP
KP
KP
M
KQ
M
KS
M
KP
KQ
KQ
KQ
KQ
KS
KS
KS
KS
Total Apparent
Power (S)
3
A
B
C
Q2 Qh
Quadrant 2
Import Reactive
Energy
Q1 Qh
Quadrant 3
Export Reactive
Energy
Q3 Qh
>>> Scroll When Idle >>>
Total Reactive
Power (Q)
3
A
B
C
PF
PF
PF
PF
Quadrant 4
Export Reactive
Energy
Q4 Qh
Power Factor
(Average of
Active Phases)
3
A
B
C
Maximum Reactive Maximum Apparent Maximum Real
Power Export
Power
Power
Demand
Import Demand
Import Demand
Quadrant 1
Import Reactive
Energy
Total Real
Power (P)
3
A
B
C
Maximum Real
Power Import
Demand
Volts Line-Line (U) Volts Line-Neutral (V)
(Average of Active
(Average of Active
Phases)
Phases)
3
A
B
C
KS
Present
Apparent Power
Demand
D
The units for all Power and Energy screens change to preserve resolution as the
accumulated totals increase. For example, energy starts out as Wh, then switches
to kWh, MWh, and eventually GWh as the accumulated value increases.
To:
ALERT
A
A
A
Amps (A)
(Average of
Active Phases)
B
Phase B:
2 & 3 Phase BPHAS
Systems Only
A
KQ
Present
Reactive Power
Demand
D
IEC Display Mode
M
KQ
M
KS
Signed Net
Apparent Energy
E KSh
Total Import
Real Energy
3 +KPh
A +KPh
B +KPh
C +KPh
HZ
E KSh
Frequency
APHAS
BPHAS
CPHAS
Import
Export
Apparent Energy Apparent Energy
E KSh
Total Export
Real Energy
3 -KPh
A -KPh
B -KPh
C -KPh
Maximum Reactive Maximum Apparent
DEMND
Power (S)
Power (Q)
Export Demand
Export Demand
Input Pulse
Counter 1
PULS1
_PHAS
ENRGY
Pulse Counter
(not used on E51H2)
PULS2
User Interface for
Data Configuration
(cont.)
Energy
Accumulators ENRGY
and Counters
KP
Present
Real Power
Demand
D
C
DEMND
Phase C:
CPHAS
3 Phase
Systems Only
Demand
To:
SETUP
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Alert/Reset
Information
To: ENRGY
Alert Status
(check if
Wrench on
LCD)
ALERT
PLOSS
-------AbC
LOWPF
-------AbC
Phase Loss
ABC
Low Power Factor
ABC
F ERR
-------A
Frequency Out
of Range
A
I OVR
-------AbC
Over Current
(Clipping)
ABC
Display “nOnE” if no alerts
Unit
Information
INFO
MODEL
OS
Model
Number
Operating
System
RS
Reset
System
Setup
Meter
RESET
SETUP
PASWD
-------00000
ENERG
-------rES
Enter Reset
Password
Reset Energy
Accumulators to 0
PASWD
-------00000
DEMND
-------rES
Reset Demand
Maximums to Present
Over Voltage
(Clipping)
ABC
PULSE
-------n0nE
Not used on
E5xHx
ALERT
SN
Serial
Number
Back
Reset
Data
V OVR
-------AbC
COUNT
-------rES
Reset Pulse
Counters to 0
INFO
PASWD – Enter the Reset Password
(configured in the setup menu).
ENERG – Reset all Energy
Accumulators (Wh, VARh, VAh) to 0.
Press “+” or “-“ to Reset.
DEMND – Reset all Maximum
RESET Demand (W, VAR, VA) to the present
Demand. Hit “+” or “-“ to Reset.
COUNT – Reset the pulse counters.
Press “+” or “-“ to Reset.
To Setup
Enter Setup
Password
To: DEMND
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E51H2, E51H5
TM
UI for Setup
To: SPASS
S BAC
Back
KBAUD
-------115.2
76.8
38.4
19.2
9.6
MAC
-------001
ID1
-------0000
From:
SETUP > PASWD
Next
Back
S CT
Current
Transformer
Back
ID2
-------000
S SYS
System
Type
CT V
-------1.0
.33
CT SZ
-------100
Back To SETUP
S PT
Potential
Transformer
S
Back
Set System Configuration:
SYSTM: + or – to step through the following System Type options:
System Reg 130 CTs Description
3L-1n
40
3
Wye Three Phase: A, B, & C with Neutral (Default).
3L
31
3
Delta Three Phase: A, B & C; no Neutral
2L-1n
12
2
Single Split Phase: A & B with Neutral
2L
11
1
Single Phase: A & B; no Neutral
1L-1n
10
1
Single Phase: A to Neutral
SYSTM
-------3L-1n
3L
2L-1n
2L
1L+1n
Set Potential Transfomer Ratio:
RATIO – Potential transformer step down is RATIO:1. Default is 1:1
(No PT installed). See Install for wiring diagrams. This value must be
set before the System Voltage (if used).
RATIO
-------001.00
Next
V
Sytem
Voltage
Back
Set Current Transducer:
CT V - CT Input Voltage: + or – to Select 1.0 or .33V.
CT SZ - CT Size: in Amps. Maximum is 32000 Amps.
Next
Next
Back
Set Communications Parameters:
ADDR – BACnet MS/TP MAC Address: 0 – 127.
+ increments the selected (blinking) digit.
– selects the digit to the left.
BAUD - Baud Rate: 9600 – 115200 Baud
BACnet ID: These two screens set the 7 digit
BACnet device ID. Screen ID1 is the most
significant 4 digits and ID2 the least significant
three digits. This is in the range of 0 - 4,194,302.
S PWR
Sytem
Voltage
Set System Voltage:
V LL – The nominal Line to Line Voltage for the system. This is used
by the meter to calculate the theoretical maximum system power, and
as the reference voltage for setting the Phase Loss threshold.
Maximum is 32000 Volts. For system type 1+N (10), this is a Line to
Neutral Voltage, indicated by “V LN”. Note: the meter will reject settings
that are not within the meter’s operating range when divided by the PT
ratio.
V LL
-------00600
Next
System Power:
MX KW – The theoretical Maximum System Power is calculated by the
meter from the System Voltage, CT size, and System Type. Power
Factor is assumed to be unity. The value of System Power is used to
determine which combinations of pulse weight and duration are valid
and will keep up with the maximum power the meter will see. This value
is read only.
MX KW
-------103.92
Next
To Setup p. 2 “SPLOS”
Note: Bold is the Default.
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UI for Setup
(cont.)
To Setup p. 1 “S PWR”
Back
VOLTS
-------0.10
SPLOS
Phase
Loss
Back
Next
INTRV
-------6
5
4
3
2
1
SDMND
Demand
Back
SEC
-------00900
S DIS
Set Demand Interval:
INTRV - The number of Sub-Intervals (1 to 6) in a
Demand Interval. Default is 1 (block demand).
SEC - Sub-Interval length in seconds. Default is
900 (15 minutes). Set to 0 for external sync-tocomms.
Next
UNITS
-------IEEE
IEC
Display
Units
Back
IMBAL
-------0.25
Set Phase Loss:
VOLTS - Phase Loss Voltage: The fraction of the system
voltage below which Phase Loss Alarm is on. For system
types with neutral, the Line to Neutral voltage is also
calculated and tested. If the System Voltage is 600 and the
fraction is set to 0.10, then the Phase Loss threshold will be
60 volts.
IMBAL - Phase Loss Imbalance: The fractional difference
in Line to Line voltages above which Phase Loss Alarm is
on. For system types with neutral, the Line to Neutral
voltages are also tested. For system types 1+N (10) and 2
(11) , imbalance is not tested.
Set Display Units: +/- to switch between:
IEEE – VLL VLN W VAR VA Units.
IEC - U V P Q S Units.
Next
SETUP
-------00000
SPASS
Setup
Passwords
RESET
-------00000
Set Passwords:
SETUP - The Password to enter the SETUP menu.
RESET - The Password to enter the RESET menu.
Next
To Setup page 1 “S BAC”
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E51H2, E51H5
RS-485
Communications
TM
Daisy-chaining Devices to the Power Meter
The RS-485 slave port allows the power meter to be connected in a daisy chain with up to 63 2-wire devices.
120 Ω terminator on the first and last
device of the daisy chain
+
–
S
Shield wire
Notes
• The terminal’s voltage and current ratings are compliant with the requirements of the EIA RS-485 communications
standard.
• The RS-485 transceivers are ¼ unit load or less.
• RS-485+ has a 47 kΩ pull up to +5V, and RS-485- has a 47 kΩ pull down to Shield (RS-485 signal ground).
• Wire the RS-485 bus as a daisy chain from device to device, without any stubs. Use 120 Ω termination resistors at each
end of the bus (not included).
• Shield is not internally connected to Earth Ground.
• Connect Shield to Earth Ground somewhere on the RS-485 bus.
For all terminals:
• When tightening terminals, apply the correct torque: 0.37 to 0.44
ft·lb (0.5-0.6 N·m).
• Use 14-24 gauge (2.1-0.2 mm2) wire.
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0.37–0.44 ft•lb
(0.5–0.6 N•m)
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E51H2, E51H5
BACnet Default
Settings
TM
Setting
Default Value*
BACnet Object
Setup Password
00000
n/a
Reset Password
00000
n/a
System Type
40 (3 + N) Wye
AV2
CT Primary Ratio
100A
AV3
CT Secondary Ratio
1V
AV4
PT Ratio
1:1 (none)
AV5
System Voltage
600 V L-L
AV6
Max. Theoretical Power
Calculated from AV2, AV3, AV5 & AV6 (with all default
settings, this would be 103.92 kW)
AI45
Display Mode
1 (IEEE Units)
AV7
Phase Loss Voltage Threshold
10% of System Voltage
AV8
Phase Loss Voltage Threshold
25% Phase to Phase Imbalance
AV9
Demand: number of subintervals per interval
1 (block mode)
AV10
Demand: sub-interval length
900 sec (15 min)
(AV11 default value is 90000 [1/100 seconds])
AV11
BACnet MAC Address
001
n/a
BACnet MS/TP Baud Rate
76.8 kBaud
n/a
BACnet MS/TP Max_Master
127
Device
BACnet Device_ID
Pseudo-random value
from 1,000,000 to 3,097,151
Device
BACnet Device Location
Installed location not yet identified
Device
Trend_Log Object 1
Log_Device_Object_Property **
AI2 (Real Energy Import)
TL1
Trend_Log Object 2
Log_Device_Object_Property **
AI3 (Real Energy Export)
TL2
Trend_Log Object 3
Log_Device_Object_Property **
AI19 (Total Real Power Present Demand)
TL3
* Default values are preset at the factory. Once changed, there is no way to automatically reset defaults. They must be restored individually. The baud rate and
MAC address are set through the user-interface screens, and the others are set by re-writing each Object (see BACnet Programming Information section, next
page).
** These values are available only on the E51H5. The E51H2 does not support the data logging functions.
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E51H2, E51H5
BACnet
Programming
Information
TM
The E51Hx is programmable via BACnet protocol and can easily be connected to a BACnet MS/TP network using an off-the shelf
BACnet router. It uses five types of BACnet objects. A standard PICS (below) describes the required characteristics of the BACnet
implementation, but this additional descriptive context may be helpful to the integrator.
In addition to the required properties, the device object utilizes some optional properties to support other functionality, Time
Synchronization (primarily used for data/trend logging on the device) and Description and Location properties to simplify
installation and maintenance. Configure all of the meter’s functions, other than Data Logging and writable Device Properties, by
writing the Present_Value of the 11 Analog_Value objects. These values (except for the configuration register, AV1, which always
returns zero when read) are all readable and stored in nonvolatile memory so that they are retained if power to the device is
interrupted.
Data values other than log information and alerts are all accessed by reading the Present_Value of the 52 Analog_Input objects.
Most of these values are instantaneous readings of measured service parameters. Some of them, (AI1-AI10, AI22-AI27, AI31-AI54,
AI76-AI78) represent accumulated values and are stored in nonvolatile memory as well. If power to the device is interrupted, these
values are retained, but no additional information accumulates until the device completes its re-initialization.
Alerts are used to indicate conditions of potential concern to the installer or the system, such as input voltage or current on any
phase that exceeds the meter’s measurement range, phase voltage below the Phase Loss Threshold set by the user, or Power
Factor below 0.5 on any phase. Alerts are accessible individually by reading the Present_Value of the Binary_Input objects or as a
group by reading the Present_Value of Analog_Input object 52. Alerts are not latched and do not generate events to system. They
indicate presence of these conditions at the time they are read, but the device does not latch and store them until they are read (if
the condition changes before they are read, the alert will go away).
All Analog_Value, Analog_Input, and Binary_Input objects implement the reliability property and use it to indicate that the
Present_Value properties are functional, valid and current. For complete assurance, check the Reliabilty property for a No_Fault_
Detected status before reading the Present_Value of any AV, AI or BI objects.
The E51H5 includes data logging capability, which is implemented using three Trend_Log objects. These are described in more
detail in the section on data logging.
BACnet Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)
Date:
January 1, 2013
Vendor Name:
Veris Industries, LLC
Product Name:
E51Hx Energy Meter
Product Model Number:
E51Hx
Applications Software Version:
1
Firmware Revision:
x.xxx
BACnet Protocol Revision:
4
Product Description:
3-phase electrical energy meter
BACnet Standardized Device Profile (Annex L): BACnet Application Specific Controller (B-ASC)
List all BACnet Interoperability Building Blocks Supported (Annex K): DS-RP-B, DS-RPM-B, DS-WP-B, DM-DDB-B, DM-DOB-B,
DM-DCC-B, T-VMT-I-B (E51H5), DM-TS-B, DM-RD-B
Segmentation Capability: Segmentation not supported
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E51H2, E51H5
BACnet
Programming
Information (cont.)
TM
Standard Object Types Supported: No dynamic Creation or Deletion supported; no proprietary properties or object types
1. Device Object:
Optional Properties Supported: Max_Master, Max_Info_Frames, Description, Location, Local_Time, Local_Date
Writable Properties: Object_Identifier, Object_Name, Max_Master, Location
Property Range Restrictions: Object_Identifier – May only write values from 1 to 4,193,999; Location – (limited to 64
characters); Max_Master – May only write values from 1 to 127
2. Analog_Input Objects:
Optional Properties Supported: Description, Reliability
No Writable Properties.
3. Analog_Value Objects:
Optional Properties Supported: Description, Reliability
Writable Properties: Only the Present_Value is writable.
Property Range Restrictions:
AV1: May only write 30078, 21211, 21212 and 16498.
AV2: May only write 10, 11, 12, 31 and 40.
AV3: May only write values from 5 to 32000.
AV4: May only write values 1 and 3.
AV5: May only write values from 0.01 to 320.0
AV6: May only write values such that AV6/AV5 is from 82 to 660 (absolute range is 82-32000). To ensure AV6 accepts/rejects
the proper values, set AV5 first.
AV7: May only write values 0 and 1.
AV8: May only write values from 1 to 99.
AV9: May only write values from 1 to 99.
AV10: May only write values from 1 to 6.
AV11: May only write the value 0 or a value from 1000 to 3276700 in multiples of 100.
The Present Demand values (AI19-AI21) and the Record_Count of the Trend_Logs (TL1 to TL3) are reset when this object is
written (E51H5 only).
4. Binary_Input Objects:
Optional Properties Supported: Description, Reliability
No Writable Properties
5. Trend_Log Objects (E51H5 only):
Optional Properties Supported: Description,
Writable Properties: Log_Enable, Start_Time, Stop_Time, Log_DeviceObjectProperty, Log_Interval, Stop_When_Full,
Record_Count
Property Range Restrictions:
Log_DeviceObjectProperty: May only be set to the Present_Value of local objects AI1 through AI75 (only the Present_
Value of objects AI1 through AI75 may be logged).
Log_Interval: May only write the value 0 or values from 1000 to 3276700 in multiples of 100.
Data Link Layer Options: MS/TP master (Clause 9), baud rate(s): 9600, 19200, 38400, 76800, 115200
Device Address Binding: Static device binding is not supported. (No client functionality is included).
Networking Options: None
Character Sets Supported: ANSI X3.4
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Legend
R/W NV
Units
R=read only; R/W=read or write
Value is stored in non-volatile memory. The value are still available if the meter experiences a power loss and reset.
Lists the physical units that a register holds.
Device Object
Property
R/W
NV
Value Returned
Additional information
Object_Identifier
R/W
NV
Device<n>
Object_Type
R
NV
Device (8)
Object_Name
R
NV
Veris E51 Series Energy Meter - S/N: <serial
number>
Vendor_Name
R
NV
Veris Industries, LLC
Vendor_Identifier
R
NV
133
Model_Name
R
NV
E51Hx Energy Meter
Firmware_Revision
R
NV
<Current Revision #>
“xyyy”.
This is the BACnet processor firmware version in the format <xyyy>, with an implied
decimal point between the first two digits (x.yyy)
Application_Software_ Version
R
NV
<Current version #>
“RS= xyyy, OS=xyyy, BACnet Gateway=xyyy”
The format <xyyy> has an implied decimal point between the first two digits (x.yyy)
Location
R/W
NV
<Location>
Limted to 64 Characters - Default value is “Installed location not yet identified”
Description
R
NV
Veris E51Hx DIN-Rail Energy Meter S/N:
<serial number>
Protocol_Version
R
NV
1
BACnet Protocol Version 1
Protocol_Revsion
R
NV
4
BACnet Protocol Revision 4
Local_Date
R
Date
Set via BACnet Time Synchronization only - reverts to Jan 1, 2000 if control power drops
Local_Time
R
Time
Set via BACnet Time Synchronization only - reverts to 12:00:00 AM if control power
drops
Segmentation_Supported
R
NV
NO_SEGMENTATION (3)
Segmentation is not supported
Max_Master
R/W
NV
1-127 (Factory Default is 127)
Highest possible MAC Address for Master nodes on the local MS/TP network
Max_Info_Frames
R
NV
1
Maximum number of information frames allowed before passing the MS/TP token
Max_APDU_Length_Accepted
R
NV
480
APDU_Timeout
R
NV
60000
Number_of_APDU_Retries
R
NV
0
System_Status
R
NV
Operational (0)
Protocol_Sevices_Supported
R
NV
0b0000000000001011010000000000000
011110000
Protocol_Object_Types_Supported
R
NV
0b1011000010000000000010000000000
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n is the 7 digit ID # set in the ID1 & ID2 setup screens on the meter. The BACnet Device
ID is a decimal number from 1 to 4,193,999 that can be entered or viewed on the user
screens or through this property. The default value set at the factory is a psuedorandom number from 1,000,000 to 3,097,151 to reduce the likelihood of conflicts if
multiple units are installed using their default IDs.
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Device Object (cont.)
Property
R/W
NV
Value Returned
Additional information
Object_List
R
NV
DE1,AI1,AI2,AI3,AI4,AI5,AI6,AI7,AI8,AI9,AI1
0,AI11,AI12,AI13,AI14,AI15,AI16,AI17,AI1
8,AI19,AI20,AI21,AI22,AI23,AI24,AI25,AI2
6,AI27,AI28,AI29,AI30,AI31,AI32,AI33,AI3
4,AI35,AI36,AI37,AI38,AI39,AI40,AI41,AI4
2,AI43,AI44,AI45,AI46,AI47,AI48,AI49,AI5
0,AI51,AI52, AI53, AI54, AI55, AI56, AI57,
AI58, AI59, AI60, AI61, AI62, AI63, AI64,
AI65, AI66, AI67, AI68, AI69, AI70, AI71,
AI72, AI73, AI74, AI75, AI76, AI77, AI78,
AI79, AI80, AI81, AI82, AI83, AV1,AV2,AV3,
AV4,AV5,AV6,AV7,AV8,AV9,AV10,AV11,BI1
,BI2,BI3,BI4,BI5,BI6,BI7,BI8,BI9,BI10,BI11,
BI12,BI13,BI14,BI15,TL1,TL2,TL3
Device_Address_Binding
R
NV
{}
Database_Revsion
R
NV
0
Analog_Value
Objects
BI15, TL1, TL2, and TL3 are present on the E51H5 only.
Use the Present_Value property of the Analog_Value object for all writable variables in the meter other than those used
specifically for BACnet configuration, Time Synchronization (in the Device Object), or Data Logging (in the Trend_Log objects).
Values are checked when written, and errors are returned for invalid entries. This table describes how the meter uses those
variables, what values are valid, and what their defaults are. When writing values to the Present_Value properties of Analog_
Value BACnet objects, there is a delay of up to about two seconds to validate and store the new value. An immediate read of the
same property before that delay has elapsed can return the prior value (even if the new value was accepted). To read a value
immediately after writing it, check the Reliability property first. When it reports a No_Fault_Detected status, the Present_Value
of the object is current.
These objects support the Description and Reliability object properties and all required Analog_Value object properties, but
Present_Value is the only writable property.
#
Name
Description
R/W
AV1
Config
AV2
System_Type System Type
R/W
AV3
CT_Ratio_
Primary
CT Ratio Primary
AV4
CT_Ratio_
Secondary
CT Ratio Secondary
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Configuration R/W
Units
Range
Factory
Default
Value
Additional information
n/a
n/a
Always
returns
”0” when
read
Command Register:
- Write 30078 (0x757E) to clear all energy accumulators to 0 (All).
- Write 21211 (0x52DB) to begin new Demand Sub-Interval calculation cycle and log
another data value on Trend_Log objects TL1-TL3 (when the meter is in Manual “Syncto Comms” mode). This takes effect at the end of the next 1 second calculation cycle.
Write no more frequently than every 10 seconds. Trend_Log values are only present on
the E51H5 model.
- Write 21212 (0x52DC) to reset Max Demand values to Present Demand Values. Takes
effect at the end of the next 1 second calculation cycle. Write no more frequently than
every 10 seconds.
- Write 16498 (0x4072) to clear pulse counters to 0.
NV
n/a
40, 31, 12,
11, 10
40
System_Type:
- Write 10 for Single-Phase: A + N
- Write 11 for Single-Phase: A + B
- Write 12 for Split-Phase: A + B + N
- Write 31 for 3-Phase Δ: A + B + C, no N
- Write 40 for 3-Phase Y: A + B + C + N
R/W
NV
Amps
5-32000
100
Current Transducer Size - Primary Current Range (Default is set for 100 A CTs)
R/W
NV
1/Volts
1,3
1
Current Transducer Type – Secondary Interface
- Enter 1 for CTs with 1V outputs (Default)
- Enter 3 for CTs with 1/3V outputs
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Analog_Value Objects (cont.)
#
Name
Description
R/W
NV
Units
Range
Factory
Default
Value
Additional information
AV5
PT_Ratio
PT Ratio
R/W
NV
Value
0.01 - 320.0
1
Potential Transformer Ratio - The default is 1.00 (1:1), which is no PT attached. Set this
value before setting the System Voltage (below).
AV6
System_
Voltage
System
Voltage
R/W
NV
Volts
from 82 (times
the PT_Ratio
in AV5) to
660 (times
the PT_Ratio
in AV5 absolute
limits are
82-32000)
600
System Voltage – This voltage is Line to Line unless in System Type 10 (in object AV2), in
which case it is Line to Neutral. This value is used to by the meter to calculate the full
scale power for the analog outputs and pulse configuration (see below), and as full
scale for phase loss (in object AV8). Do not set the meter to voltages outside the range
of 82-660 volts times the PT Ratio in object AV5.
AV7
Display_
Units
Display Units
R/W
NV
n/a
0,1
1
Display Units: 0 = IEC (U, V, P, Q, S), 1 = IEEE (default: VLL, VLN, W, VAR, VA)
AV8
Phase_Loss_ Phase Loss
Voltage_
Voltage
Threshold
Threshold
R/W
NV
Percent
1-99
10
Phase Loss Voltage Threshold in percent of System Voltage (in object AV6). Default is
10 (10%). Any phase (as configured in AV2) whose level drops below this threshold
triggers a Phase Loss alert - i.e. if the System voltage is set to 480 V L-L, the L-N
voltage for each phase should be 277 V. When the threshold is set to 10%, if any phase
drops more than 10% below 277 V, (less than 249 V), or if any L-L voltage drops more
than 10% below 480 V (less than 432 V) the corresponding phase loss alarm bit will
be true.
AV9
Phase_Loss_ Phase Loss
Imbalance_ Imbalance
Threshold
Threshold
R/W
NV
Percent
1-99
25
Phase Loss Imbalance Threshold in Percent. Default is 25% phase to phase difference.
For a 3-phase Y (3 + N) system type (40 in object AV2), both Line to Neutral and Line
to Line voltages are tested. In a 3-phase ∆ System type (31 in object AV2), only Line to
Line voltages are examined. In a single split-phase (2 + N) system type (12 in object
AV2), only the line to neutral voltage are compared.
AV10 Subintervals
Number of
R/W
Subintervals
Per Demand
Interval
NV
1-6
1
Number of Sub-Intervals per Demand Interval. Sets the number of sub-intervals that
make a single demand interval. For block demand, set this to 1. Default is 1. When
Sub-Interval Length (in object AV11) is set to 0 (sync-to-comms mode), the meter
ignores this value.
AV11 Subinterval_
Length
Subinterval
Length
NV
0,
10-32767
90000
Sub-Interval Length in hundredths of a second. For sync-to-comms mode, which allows
manual triggerring of demand intervals and the logging of another Trend_Log record,
set this value to 0 and write 21211 to the reset register (object AV1) each time the
sub-interval must be externally reset. Default is 90000 (15 minutes). This variable is
tied directly to the Log_Interval property of all three Trend_Log objects (their value
is always the same as this one). Changing any of these four properties changes all of
them.
Trend_Log values are only used on the E51H5 model.
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hundreths
of a
second
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Analog_Input
Objects
Use the Present_Value property of the Analog_Input objects for all read-only numeric variables in the meter other than those
used specifically for device configuration (in the Device Object) or data logging (in the Trend_Log objects). Only the E51H5
supports the data logging capability.
These objects support the Description and Reliability object properties and all required Analog_Input object properties. None
of them are writable. The values that are not instantaneous (i.e., Accumulated Energy, Max Demand, Pulse Input Counts) are
non-volatile. They are not updated while control power is inactive, but their past values are retained when power is restored. The
Present_Value of the accumulated data objects (AI1-AI10 and AI31-AI54) use floating-point data types (all AI objects use floating
point data points). The resolution of the accumulated values decreases as the value grows larger over time and more of the
significant digits precede the decimal point. If the size of the value limits the resolution unacceptably, read and store the current
value offline and reset the accumulators to restore finer resolution.
For complete assurance, check the Reliabilty property for a No_Fault_Detected status before reading the Present_Value. If the
line voltage or input frequency of the system being monitored falls out of the supported range, the corresponding alert bits
(BI1-BI7) are set and the reliability property of any values that cannot be accurately measured under those conditions returns
Unreliable_Other.
#
Object
Name
Description
R/W
NV
Units
Range
Additional Information
AI1
KWh_Net
Accumulated Real
Energy: Net (Import Export)
R
NV
kWh
-3.4+E38 - 3.4+E38
AI2
KWh_Import
Real Energy Import
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI3
KWh_Export
Real Energy Export
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI4
KVARh_Q1
Reactive Energy
Quadrant 1
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI4 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for KVARh
AI5
KVARh_Q2
Reactive Energy
Quadrant 2
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI5 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI6
KVARh_Q3
Reactive Energy
Quadrant 3
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI6 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI7
KVARh_Q4
Reactive Energy
Quadrant 4
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI7 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI8
Net_KVAh
Apparent Energy: Net
(Import - Export)
R
NV
kVAh
-3.4+E38 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI8 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI9
KVAh_Import
Apparent Energy
Import
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI9 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI10
KVAh_Export
Apparent Energy
Export
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI10 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI11
KW_Total
Total Instantaneous
Real Power
R
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI12
KVAR_Total
Total Instantaneous
Reactive Power
R
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI13
KVA_Total
Total Instantaneous
Apparent Power
R
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI14
PF_Total
Total Power Factor
R
AI15
Volts_LL_Avg
Voltage, L-L, Average
of Active Phases
R
Volts
AI16
Volts_LN_Avg
Voltage, L-N, Average
of Active Phases
R
Volts
AI17
Current
Average
Current, Average of
Active Phases
R
Amps
AI18
Frequency
Frequency
R
Hz
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-1.00 - 1.00
45.0 - 65.0
Returns QNAN if frequency is out of range (or no voltage input present on Phase
A)
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Analog_Input Objects (cont.)
#
Object
Name
Description
R/W
NV
Units
Range
Additional Information
AI19
KW_Present_
Demand
Total Real Power
Present Demand
R
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI20
KVAR_
Present_
Demand
Total Reactive Power
Present Demand
R
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI21
KVA_Present_ Total Apparent Power
Demand
Present Demand
R
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI22
KW_Max_
Demand_
Import
Total Real Power Max
Demand Import
R
NV
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI23
KVAR_Max_
Demand_
Import
Total Reactive Power
Max Demand Import
R
NV
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI24
KVA_Max_
Demand_
Import
Total Apparent Power
Max Demand Import
R
NV
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI25
KW_Max_
Demand_
Export
Total Real Power Max
Demand Export
R
NV
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI26
KVAR_Max_
Demand_
Export
Total Reactive Power
Max Demand Export
R
NV
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI27
KVA_Max_
Demand_
Export
Total Apparent Power
Max Demand Export
R
NV
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI28
Reserved_
AI28
(Reserved_AI28)
R
AI29
E51H2: Pulse
Count
E51H5: Pulse_
Count_1
E51H2: Pulse Count
E51H5: Pulse Count 1
R
0 - 4294967040
Running count of contact closures on Pulse Input 1 since last reset. Write 16498
(0x4072) to Present_Value of AV1 to reset both pulse counters to 0 (not used
on the E51H5).
AI30
E51H2:
Reserved
E51H5: Pulse_
Count_2
E51H2: Reserved
E51H5: Pulse Count 2
R
0 - 4294967040
E51H2: Reserved
E51H5: Pulse Count 2; Running count of contact closures on Pulse2 input since
last reset. Write 16498 (0x4072) to the Present_Value property of Analog_
Value object AV1 to reset both Pulse Counters to 0.
AI31
KWh_
Import_A
Real Energy Import
Phase A
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI32
KWh_
Import_B
Real Energy Import
Phase B
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI33
KWh_
Import_C
Real Energy Import
Phase C
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI34
KWh_
Export_A
Real Energy Export
Phase A
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI35
KWh_
Export_B
Real Energy Export
Phase B
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI36
KWh_
Export_C
Real Energy Export
Phase C
R
NV
kWh
0 - 3.4+E38
AI37
KVARh_Q1_A
Reactive Energy Q1
Phase A
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI37 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI38
KVARh_Q1_B
Reactive Energy Q1
Phase b
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI38 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
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Analog_Input Objects (cont.)
#
Object
Name
Description
R/W
NV
Units
Range
Additional Information
AI39
KVARh_Q1_C
Reactive Energy Q1
Phase C
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI39 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI40
KVARh_Q2_A
Reactive Energy Q2
Phase A
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI40 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI41
KVARh_Q2_B
Reactive Energy Q2
Phase B
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI41 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI42
KVARh_Q2_C
Reactive Energy Q2
Phase C
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI42 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI43
KVARh_Q3_A
Reactive Energy Q3
Phase A
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI43 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI44
KVARh_Q3_B
Reactive Energy Q3
Phase B
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI44 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI45
KVARh_Q3_C
Reactive Energy Q3
Phase C
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI45 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI46
KVARh_Q4_A
Reactive Energy Q4
Phase A
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI46 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI47
KVARh_Q4_B
Reactive Energy Q4
Phase b
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI47 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI48
KVARh_Q4_C
Reactive Energy Q4
Phase C
R
NV
kVARh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI48 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVARh
AI49
KVAh_
Import_A
Apparent Energy
Import Phase A
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI49 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI50
KVAh_
Import_B
Apparent Energy
Import Phase B
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI50 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI51
KVAh_
Import_C
Apparent Energy
Import Phase C
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI51 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI52
KVAh_
Export_A
Apparent Energy
Export Phase A
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI52 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI53
KVAh_
Export_B
Apparent Energy
Export Phase B
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI53 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI54
KVAh_
Export_C
Apparent Energy
Export Phase C
R
NV
kVAh
0 - 3.4+E38
The Units property of object AI54 reports that these units are kWh because there
is no unit type in the BACnet standard for kVAh
AI55
KW_A
Real Power Phase A
R
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI56
KW_B
Real Power Phase B
R
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI57
KW_C
Real Power Phase C
R
kW
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI58
KVAR_A
Reactive Power
Phase A
R
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI59
KVAR_B
Reactive Power
Phase B
R
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI60
KVAR_C
Reactive Power
Phase C
R
kVAR
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI61
KVA_A
Apparent Power
Phase A
R
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI62
KVA_B
Apparent Power
Phase B
R
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI63
KVA_C
Apparent Power
Phase C
R
kVA
0 - Max_Power (AI76)
AI64
PF_A
Power Factor Phase A
R
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E51H2, E51H5
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Analog_Input Objects (cont.)
#
Object
Name
Description
R/W
NV
Units
Range
Additional Information
AI65
PF_B
Power Factor Phase B
R
AI66
PF_C
Power Factor Phase C
R
AI67
Volts_AB
Voltage Phase A-B
R
Volts
AI68
Volts_BC
Voltage Phase B-C
R
Volts
AI69
Volts_AC
Voltage Phase A-C
R
Volts
AI70
Volts_AN
Voltage Phase A-N
R
Volts
AI71
Volts_BN
Voltage Phase B-N
R
Volts
AI72
Volts_CN
Voltage Phase C-N
R
Volts
AI73
Current_A
Current Phase A
R
Amps
AI74
Current_B
Current Phase B
R
Amps
AI75
Current_C
Current Phase C
R
Amps
AI76
Max_Power
Max Power
R
AI77
Reserved_
AI77
(Reserved AI77)
R
AI78
Energy_Resets Count of Energy_
Resets
R
AI79
Reserved_
AI79
(Reserved AI79)
R
Returns QNAN or any value
AI80
Reserved_
AI80
(Reserved AI80)
R
Returns QNAN or any value
AI81
Power_Up_
Count
Count of Power Up
Cycles
R
NV
AI82
Output_
Config
Output Configuration
R
NV
AI83
Alarm_Bitmap Alarm Bitmap (all of
BI1-BI15)
R
NV
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kW
Returns QNAN or any value
NV
0-15
E51H2 returns “11”
E51H5 returns “10”
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Power Monitoring
E51H2, E51H5
TM
Binary_Input Objects
Use the Present_Value properties of the Binary_Input objects as alerts for conditions of potential concern regarding to the system
measurement. These values are dynamic and are not latched, so if the condition is resolved, the alert will go inactive, whether it
has been read or not.
These objects support the Description and Reliability object properties and all required Binary_Input object properties. None
of them are writable. For complete assurance, check the Reliabilty property for a No_Fault_Detected status before reading the
Present_Value.
To test the meter’s alert status, read the Present_Value of each of the Binary_Input objects representing the alert bits of interest,
or read the Present_Value of AI52, which combines all 15 bits into a single decimal value. AI52 represents the status of all 15
Binary_Object alert values in one number that can be read without having to access mulitple objects. The bit value of Object BI1 is
the least significant bit and BI15 is the most significant bit (BI15 is only present on the E51H5).
#
Name
BI1
Volts_Error_A
Voltage Out of Range Phase A
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase A Input Voltage exceeds meter’s measurement range
BI2
Volts_Error_B
Voltage Out of Range Phase B
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase B Input Voltage exceeds meter’s measurement range
BI3
Volts_Error_C
Voltage Out of Range Phase C
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase C Input Voltage exceeds meter’s measurement range
BI4
Current_Error_A
Current Out of Range Phase A
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase A Current out of range
BI5
Current_Error_A
Current Out of Range Phase B
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase B Current out of range
BI6
Current_Error_A
Current Out of Range Phase C
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase C Current out of range
BI7
Frequency_Error
Frequency Error
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase A Frequency out of range
BI8
Reserved_BI8
Reserved
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Returns “INACTIVE”
BI9
Phase_Loss_A
Phase Loss Phase A
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase Loss - Phase A voltage dropped below the Phase Loss Threshold set by
user
BI10
Phase_Loss_B
Phase Loss Phase B
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase Loss - Phase B voltage dropped below the Phase Loss Threshold set by
user
BI11
Phase_Loss_C
Phase Loss Phase C
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase Loss - Phase C voltage dropped below the Phase Loss Threshold set by
user
BI12
Power_Factor_A
Low Power Factor Phase A
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase A Power Factor less than 50% (commonly due to mis-wiring of CTs/PTs
to meter)
BI13
Power_Factor_B
Low Power Factor Phase B
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase B Power Factor less than 50% (commonly due to mis-wiring of CTs/PTs
to meter)
BI14
Power_Factor_C
Low Power Factor Phase C
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Phase C Power Factor less than 50% (commonly due to mis-wiring of CTs/PTs
to meter)
BI15
RTC_Reset
(E51H5 only)
RTC Reset
R
0=INACTIVE, 1=ACTIVE
Real-Time Clock reset. This goes active when the meter is powered after an
interruption (since it does not use a battery backup). It indicates that the
real-time clock has re-initialized to a default setting (00:00:00:00 on Jan 1,
2000) and should not be relied upon. The clock run, the meter will operate
and even log data (E51H5 oly), but the date and time will not be correct
until a Time_Synchronization occurs.
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R/W
Range
Additional information
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Power Monitoring
E51H2, E51H5
Data Logging
(E51H5 Only)
TM
The E51H5 includes a data logging feature that records three meter parameters, accessible via BACnet using Trend_Log objects.
All three Trend_Log objects utilize shared data logging resources in the meter, so all three are controlled in unison. All writable
properties other than Log_Device_Property_Object are common to all three Trend_Log obects. Changes to these properties
(Log_Enable, Start_Time, Stop_Time, Log_Interval, Stop_When_Full or Record Count) for any one of the objects will be reflected
in the corresponding property of all three objects. The Log_Interval property is also common with the Demand_Subinterval
(Present_Value of AV11), since logging records are updated synchronously with demand calculations.
Default settings cause logging to begin immediately, with 15 minute intervals and no stop time. When full, the buffer will wrap
and overwrite the oldest data first (unless the Stop_When_Full property is used).
Configuration
Use Log_Device_Object_Property to select the meter parameter to log with each object. Set this property to point to Present_
Value property of any of the Analog_Input objects. The default the values for the Log_Device_Object_Property of the three
Trend_Log objects are set as follows:
• TL1 = Real Energy Import (AI2 Present_Value)
• TL2 = Real Energy Export (AI3 Present_Value)
• TL3 = Total Real Power Present Demand (AI19 Present_Value)
The Log_Interval (& Demand Subinterval) can be set from 10 seconds to 32767 seconds (values of 1000 to 3276700). The
subinterval timer, which determines how often the meter’s demand accumulators are updated, also triggers writing to the
Trend_Log log buffers. Use the Log_Interval property to set the data logging time subinterval, in units of hundredths of a second
(0.01 seconds). The default subinterval is 15 minutes (a value of 90000 in the Log_Interval property). The Buffer_Length is fixed at
5760, so at a 15 minute interval setting, the buffers hold 60 days of data.
Use the Stop_When_Full property to select either Single Shot (Stop_When_Full = TRUE) or Continuous mode (Stop_When_Full
= FALSE) for data logging. The default mode is Continuous. In Single Shot mode, the meter records data only until the buffer is
full. Data for this time period is kept, but newer energy information is lost. In Continuous mode, the meter continues to record
energy data as long as the meter is operating. The buffer can only hold 5760 entries at one time, however, so when the number of
records exceeds 5760, the oldest entry is deleted to make room for the newest.
To start data logging with any of the three Trend_Log objects, set the Log_Enable property to TRUE or set the Start_Time and
Stop_Time properties appropriately and wait for logging to commence at Start_Time.
By default, the Record_Count property of the Trend_Log objects is initialized to Zero.
Reading Data
Access logged data with corresponding timestamps via the Log_Buffer property of the Trend_Log object using the BACnet
ReadRange service. The E51H5 supports both the “by Position” and “by Sequence Number” modes of the ReadRange service, but
not the “by Time” mode.
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E51H2, E51H5
TM
Trend_Log Objects
Trend_Log Properties
Used
R/W
Units
Additional information
Object_Name
R
Trend_Log_<n>
Where n is 1-3 (there are three instances of Trend_Log objects available)
Description
R
Trend_Log <n>
Where n is 1-3 (there are three instances of Trend_Log objects available)
Log_Enable
W
Binary
Set this to TRUE to enable logging or FALSE to disable logging. The default is TRUE.
The value is set to FALSE internally if logging stops for other reasons (i.e. buffer is full).
Start_Time
W
Date/Time
Sets the Date/Time when data logging will Start (if Log_enable is TRUE). Set to a Date/Time earlier than
the Local_Date/Local_Time properites of the Device object and Set Log_Enable TRUE to start logging
immediately.
Stop_Time
W
Date/Time
Sets the Date/Time when data Logging will STOP (if still running).
Stop_Time will be ignored if “”wildcard”” values are used in any of the fields.
Log_Device_Object_
Property
W
BACnetDeviceObjectProptertyReference
Set (point) this to the Present_Value of any objects AI1 through AI75
Log_Interval
W
0.01 seconds
Logging period in hundredths of a second.
Default is 90000 (15 minute intervals); minimum value is 1000 (10 seconds). This property can also
be set to Zero, which will change all three Trend_Logs and the Demand calculation to a manual mode
(sometimes referred to as “Sync to Comms”. In manual mode, the demand interval is updated and
another record is logged upon a manual command, which is issued by writing the value 21211 to the
Present_Value of object AV1.
Stop_When_Full
W
Binary
Set this to TRUE to stop logging when the buffer is full (single-shot mode) or FALSE to continue when
full (wrap & overwtrite oldest data entries).
Buffer_Size
R
5760
Length of Log Data buffer (# of records).
Log_Buffer
R
List of BACnetLongRecord
Contains the data values logged, with timestamps
Record_Count
W
Unsigned 32-bit integer
This is an integer count of how many records logged since the Trend_Log objects were last reset. Writing
a Zero to this property resets the logs of all three objects. This value defaults to Zero, but, by default,
logging will start automatically at 15 minute intervals.
Total_Record_Count
R
Unsigned 32-bit integer
This is an integer count of how many records logged since the Trend_Log objects were created (the
factory state of the meter). This count is unaffected by resetting the Record Count or by power failures.
Event_State
R
Binary
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Power Monitoring
E51H2, E51H5
TM
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
The maintenance wrench
icon appears in the power
meter display.
There is a problem with
the inputs to the power
meter.
The display is blank after
applying control power to
the meter.
The meter is not receiving Verify that the meter control power is receiving the required voltage.
adequate power.
Verify that the heart icon is blinking.
Check the fuse.
The data displayed is
inaccurate.
Cannot communicate
with power meter from a
remote personal computer.
Solution
See the Alert sub-menu or the Diagnostic Alert BACnet Binary_Input objects
Incorrect setup values
Verify the values entered for power meter setup parameters (CT and PT ratings,
system type, etc.). See the Setup section.
Incorrect voltage inputs
Check power meter voltage input terminals to verify adequate voltage.
Power meter is wired
improperly.
Check all CTs and PTs to verify correct connection, PT polarity, and adequate power.
See the Wiring Diagrams section for more information.
Power meter address is
incorrect.
Verify that the meter is correctly addressed. See the Setup section.
Power meter baud rate is
incorrect.
Verify that the baud rate of the meter matches that of all other devices on its
communications link (see Setup section).
Communications lines are Verify the power meter communications connections. See the Communications
improperly connected.
section.
Verify the terminating resistors are properly installed on both ends of a chain of
units. Do not use a terminator on units in the middle of a chain.
Verify shield ground connection between all units.
China RoHS Compliance Information
(EFUP Table)
产品中有毒有害物质或元素的名称及含量Substances
部件名称
铅 (Pb) 汞 (Hg)
电子线路板
X
O
镉 (Cd)
六价铬 (Cr(VI))
多溴联苯(PBB)
多溴二苯醚(PBDE)
O
O
O
O
O = 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求以下.
X = 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出SJ/T11363-2006标准规定的限量要求.
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