PowerLogic™ ION7550 / ION7650

PowerLogic™ ION7550 / ION7650

70002-0247-11

11/2008

PowerLogic™ ION7550 / ION7650

Energy and power quality meter

Installation Guide

PowerLogic PowerLogic ION7550 / ION7650 Installation Guide

Danger

This symbol indicates the presence of dangerous voltage within and outside the product enclosure that may constitute a risk of electric shock, serious injury or death to persons if proper precautions are not followed.

Caution

This symbol alerts the user to the presence of hazards that may cause minor or moderate injury to persons, damage to property or damage to the device itself, if proper precautions are not followed.

Note

This symbol directs the user’s attention to important installation, operating and maintenance instructions.

Installation Considerations

Installation and maintenance of the PowerLogic ION7550 / ION7650 meter should only be performed by qualified, competent personnel that have appropriate training and experience with high voltage and current devices. The meter must be installed in accordance with all local and national electrical codes.

D

ANGER

Failure to observe the following instructions will result in severe injury or death.

‹ During normal operation of the ION7550 / ION7650 meter, hazardous voltages are present on its terminal strips, and throughout the connected potential transformer (PT), current transformer (CT), digital

(status) input, control power and external I/O circuits. PT and CT secondary circuits are capable of generating lethal voltages and currents with their primary circuit energized. Follow standard safety precautions while performing any installation or service work (i.e. removing PT fuses, shorting CT secondaries, etc.).

‹

The terminal strips on the meter base should not be user-accessible after installation.

‹ The ION7550 / ION7650 meter is designed to be used as a permanently installed device. All electrical connections to the meter must be installed with a permanent connection method (screw-type mechanical connection).

‹ The ION7550 / ION7650 meter chassis ground must be permanently connected to the switchgear earth ground.

‹ Do not use digital output devices for primary protection functions. These include applications where the devices perform energy limiting functions or provide protection of people from injury. Do not use the

ION7550 / ION7650 in situations where failure of the devices can cause injury or death, or cause sufficient energy to be released that can start a fire. The meter can be used for secondary protection functions.

‹ Do not HIPOT/Dielectric test the digital (status) inputs, digital outputs, or communications terminals. Refer to the label on the ION7550 / ION7650 meter for the maximum voltage level the device can withstand.

C

AUTION

Observe the following instructions, or permanent damage to the meter may occur.

‹ The ION7550 / ION7650 meter offers a range of hardware options that affect input ratings. The

ION7550 / ION7650 meter’s serial number label lists all equipped options. Applying current levels incompatible with the current inputs will permanently damage the meter. This document provides installation instructions applicable to each hardware option.

‹ The ION7550 / ION7650 meter’s chassis ground must be permanently connected to the switchgear earth ground for the noise and surge protection circuitry to function correctly. Failure to do so will void the warranty.

‹ Terminal screw torque: Barrier-type (current, voltage, and relay terminal screws: 1.35 Nm (1.00 ft-lbf) max. Captured-wire type (digital inputs/outputs, communications, power supply: 0.90 Nm

(0.66 ft.lbf) max.

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FCC Notice

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A 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 commercial 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. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for the ION7550 / ION7650 optional internal modem is 0.6. Connection to the ION7550 / ION7650 internal modem should be made via an FCC Part 68 compliant telephone cord (not supplied). The ION7550 / ION7650 cannot be used on a public coin phone service or party line services.

Network Compatibility Notice for the Internal Modem

The internal modem in meters equipped with this option is compatible with the telephone systems of most countries in the world. Use in some countries may require modification of the internal modem’s initialization strings. If problems using the modem on your phone system occur, please contact Schneider Electric Technical Support.

Standards Compliance

CSA: Certified to CAN/

CSA C22.2 No.1010-1

Certified to

UL 3111

Made by Power Measurement Ltd.

PowerLogic, ION, ION Enterprise, [email protected], WebMeter and Modbus are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Schneider Electric.

Covered by one or more of the following patents:

U.S. Patent No's 7010438, 7006934, 6990395, 6988182, 6988025, 6983211, 6961641, 6957158,

6944555, 6871150, 6853978, 6825776, 6813571, 6798191, 6798190, 6792364, 6792337, 6751562,

6745138, 6737855, 6694270, 6687627, 6671654, 6671635, 6615147, 6611922, 6611773, 6563697,

6493644, 6397155, 6236949, 6186842, 6185508, 6000034, 5995911, 5828576, 5736847, 5650936,

D505087, D459259, D458863, D443541, D439535, D435471, D432934, D429655, D427533.

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PowerLogic ION7550 / ION7650 Models

Integrated Display Model

Comes with front optical port.

TRAN (transducer) Model

The TRAN model has no display.

Available Options

ION7550

ION7650

Form Factor

‹

Integ. Display

‹

TRAN

‹

5 MB memory

‹

10 MB memory

‹

Up to 256 sampling rate

Current Inputs

‹

Standard

(5 Amp)

‹

1 Amp

Power Supply

‹

Standard

‹

Low Voltage

DC

Option

COM

‹

Standard (RS-232,

RS-485, optical)

‹

Ethernet RJ45

‹

Ethernet Fiber

‹

Modem

COM

‹

Same as

ION7550

I/O

‹

Standard (8 digital inputs, 3 Form C relays,

4 Form A outputs)

‹

Extra 8 digital inputs

‹

Four 0-1mA analog inputs

‹

Four 0-20 mA analog inputs

‹

Four -1 to 1mA analog outputs

‹

Four 0-20 mA analog outputs

I/O

‹

Same as ION7550

Security

‹

Standard

1

‹

RMANSI

2

Security

‹

Same as

ION7550

Form Factor Current Inputs

‹

Integ. Display

‹

TRAN

‹

5 MB memory

‹

10 MB memory

‹

Up to 512 sampling rate

(standard)

‹

1024 sampling rate (optional)

‹

EN50160 compliance

‹

IEC61000-4-30

Class A compliance

‹

Same as

ION7550

Power Supply

‹

Same as

ION7550

Notes

1

Standard = password protected, no locking or sealing.

2

RMANSI = ANSI C12.16 approved revenue meter; meets ANSI C12.20 class 0.2 accuracy standards.

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Before You Begin

Before installing the meter, familiarize yourself with the steps in this guide and read the safety precautions presented on the “Installation Considerations” page.

D

ANGER

Do not power up the meter until the current and voltage wiring is completed.

Recommended Tools

‹

‹

‹

Phillips screwdriver

Precision flat-head screwdriver

Wire cutters / stripper

Meter Overview

Meter Front Meter Back

Voltage and Current Inputs

Softkeys

Optical Port

Digital Inputs Analog Inputs Analog Outputs

ESC

Button

I/O Expansion

Card

Power

Supply

Communications

Card

Ground

Terminal

Operational

LEDs

Navigation

Buttons

PROG

/

SELECT

Button

Form C

Digital Outputs

Digital

Inputs

Form A

Digital Outputs

6

PROG

ESC

Front Panel Button Functions

PROG

/

SELECT

: Press the

PROG

/

SELECT

(program or select) button to enter Setup mode. In Setup mode, press the

PROG

/

SELECT

button to accept changes.

ESC

: Press the

ESC

(Escape) button to return to a higher menu or discontinue a configuration change.

NAVIGATION

: Press the

UP

/

DOWN

arrow buttons to highlight menu items, or increment / decrement numbers.

Press the

LEFT

or

RIGHT

arrow buttons to move to an adjacent digit.

SOFTKEY

: Press a

SOFTKEY

button to select the parameter that you want to configure from the sub-menus.

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Unit Dimensions

Basic Model — Rear View

Basic Model — Front View

Basic Model — Side View

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Step 1: Mount the Meter

Environmental Specifications

Mounting Location Indoor use

Operating Range

-20 to +70ºC (-4 to +158ºF) Standard Power Supply

-20 to +50ºC (-4 to +122ºF) Low Voltage DC Power Supply

No formation of ice

Display Operating Range -20 to +70ºC (-4 to +158ºF)

Storage Range -40 to +85ºC (-40 to +185ºF)

Relative Humidity Range 5 to 95% non-condensing

Meter Battery Considerations

The meter’s battery life expectancy depends on both temperature and the amount of time the meter is without power. For typical installations, the battery should last 20 years or more. If the meter is not powered, the battery will last a minimum of 7 years at room temperature.

Integrated Display Model

1.

Fit the meter into the DIN standard 192 cutout (186 mm by 186 mm).

2.

Slide the four brackets into their slots on the back of the meter and secure using the four Phillips head screws. Do not overtighten.

Screw

DIN 192

Cutout

Bracket

8

Step 2: Wire the Ground Terminal

Connect the terminal to a good earth ground with a 2.1 mm

2

(14 AWG) wire. Ensure that the terminal nut is tightened down securely onto the ground wire. Do not use metal door hinges as a grounding point.

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Step 3: Wire the Digital I/O and Analog I/O

Form C Digital Outputs: Mechanical Relays R1 - R3

Internal Form C

Mechanical

Relay

R11

R12

R13

R

11

R

12

R

13

R

21

Type

Contacts

Wire

Connector

Voltage Rating

Rated Load @

Rated Voltage

Max. Voltage

MOV Protection

Max. Load @

Max. Voltage

Turn-On Time

Isolation

Turn-Off Time

Lifetime

Update time

Form C (R1, R2, R3)

K (common), Y (NO), Z (NC)

Use wiring that is appropriate for the application

Ring or split ring connector

250 VAC / 30 VDC

Resistive: 10 A (AC/DC)

Inductive (PF=0.4): 7.5 A (AC) / 5 A (DC)

380 VAC / 125 VDC between K and NO/NC

300 V max. between NO and NC

3 A (AC) / 0.2 A (DC)

15 ms max.

5,000 VAC for 60 s

5 ms max.

No load = 10,000,000 operations

Rated voltage and load = 100,000 operations

½ cycle or 1 s

NO K NC

Meter

Mechanical relays should always be protected by external fuses

Alarm Lamp

Load

External Supply

Form A Digital Outputs: Solid State Relays D1 - D4

Internal Form A

Solid State Relay

_

D1

+

Type

Wire

Signal Type

Max. Load Voltage

Max. Load Current

Isolation

Scan Time

Form A

(D1, D2, D3, D4)

1.3 to 0.1 mm

2

(16 to 28 AWG)

Continuous or pulse

30 VDC

80 mA per channel

Optically isolated; max. 5,000 V RMS isolation

(UL-E91231)

½ cycle or 1 s

DIGITAL OUTPUTS

_

D3

+

_

Meter

D2

+

_

D1

+

1.8 Wh

+

_

+

_

+

_

_

+

External

Relays

External Supply

30VDC max

D4 output is factory-configured to pulse once every 1.8 Wh for Class 20 meters, or once every 0.18 Wh for Class 2 meters (for calibration testing purposes).

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Digital Inputs: S1 - S8

DIGITAL INPUTS

Type

Application

Self-excited (internal 30 VDC supply)

Dry contact sensing, or with external excitation

Wire

Min. Pulse Width

Max. Pulse Rate

Timing Resolution

Updated

1.3 to 0.1 mm

2

(16 to 28 AWG)

1 ms

20 pulses per second

1 ms

½ cycle (after timing resolution)

Isolation to Ground max. 200 VDC for 10s

Max. External Voltage 130 VDC continuous

Internal Excitation

Meter

_

+

_

+

S7

S8

SCOM

+

DC

_

Opticallycoupled switch

External Excitation

Meter

_

+

_

+

S7

S8

+

_

SCOM

+

DC

_

Opticallycoupled switch

External Supply

130 VDC max

Digital Inputs (Meter Ordering Option): DI1 - DI8

Type

Application

Self excited (internal 30 VDC supply)

Dry contact sensing, or with external excitation

Wire

Min. Pulse Width

Max. Pulse Rate

Timing Resolution

Updated

1.3 to 0.1 mm

2

(16 to 28 AWG)

20 ms

25 pulses per second

2 ms

½ cycle (after timing resolution)

Isolation to Ground 750 VDC

Max. External Voltage 50 VDC continuous

Internal Excitation

Meter

External Excitation

Meter

10

Opticallycoupled switch

External Supply

50 VDC max

Opticallycoupled switch

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Analog Inputs (Meter Ordering Option): AI1 to AI4

AI3

+ -

AI4 AI3 AI2 AI1

Type

Wire

Signal Type

Available Options

Input Impedance

Accuracy

Update Rate

Isolation to Ground

Isolation Impedance

Captured wire connector

1.3 to 0.1 mm

2

(16 to 28 AWG)

DC current

0 to 20 mA (scalable 4-20 mA) or 0 to 1 mA

24 Ω (0-20 mA option) or 475 Ω (0-1 mA option)

+/– 0.3% of full scale

1 s

750 V max 400 kΩ (channel/channel)

Thermocoupler mV

Voltage-to-

Current

Transducer mA

Meter

+

AI1

-

Example application: temperature sensing

N

OTE

Do not connect the analog inputs of the I/O card to the analog outputs on the same I/O card.

Analog Outputs (Meter Ordering Option): AO1 to AO4

AO3

OUT COM

AO4 A03 A02 AO1

Type

Wire

Signal Type

Available Options

Driving Capability

Accuracy

Update Rate

Latency

Isolation to Ground

Captured wire connector

1.3 to 0.1 mm

2

(16 to 28 AWG)

DC current

0 to 20 mA (scalable 4-20 mA) or -1 to 1 mA

(scalable 0-1 mA)

500 Ω (0-20 mA option) or 10 kΩ (-1 to 1 mA option)

+/– 0.30% of full scale

½ cycle or 1 s min. 1 cycle for measurement + ½ cycle for ION

+ 1 s delay for hardware

750 V

Analog

Meter

+

Meter

OUT

AO1

COM

Example application: driving an analog meter with the DC current output

N

OTE

Do not connect the analog outputs of the I/O card to the analog inputs on the same I/O card.

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Step 4: Wire the Voltage and Current Inputs

V

1

V

2

V

3

V

4

V ref

I

11

I

12

I

21

I

22

I

31

I

32

I

41

I

42

I

51

3~ VOLTAGE INPUTS 3~ CURRENT INPUTS

I

52

Voltage Inputs

Connector Type

Wire Gauge

Rated Inputs

Fault Capture

Overload

Dielectric Withstand

Input Impedance

Ring or split ring connector

3.3 to 2.1 mm

2

(12 to 14 AWG)

347 V L-N RMS /600 V L-L RMS

1200 V L-N peak

1500 VAC RMS continuous

2500 VAC RMS at 60 Hz for 60 s

5 MΩ/phase (phase - Vref)

Current Inputs: Class 20 Current Inputs (5A Option)

Connector Type

Wire Gauge

Input Rating

Starting Current

Fault Capture

Max. Voltage

Overload

Dielectric Withstand

Burden

Impedance

Ring or split ring connector

5.3 to 3.3 mm

2

(10 to 12 AWG):

Use 8.4 mm

2

(8 AWG) for 10-20 A applications

5 A, 10 A, and/or 20 A RMS

0.005 A RMS

70 A peak

600 V RMS (CAT III IEC61010-1)

500 A RMS for 1 s, non-recurring

2500 VAC RMS at 60 Hz for 60 s

0.05 VA per phase (at 5 A)

0.002 Ω per phase

Current Inputs: Class 2 Current Inputs (1A Option)

Connector Type

Wire Gauge

Input Rating

Starting Current

Fault Capture

Max. Voltage

Overload

Dielectric Withstand

Burden

Impedance

Ring or split ring connector

5.3 to 3.3 mm

2

(10 to 12 AWG)

1 A, 2 A, 5 A, and/or 10 A RMS

0.001 A RMS

17.5 A peak

600 V RMS (CAT III IEC61010-1)

50 A RMS for 1s, non-recurring

2500 VAC RMS at 60 Hz for 60 s

0.015 VA per phase (at 1 A)

0.015 Ω per phase

N

OTE

The appropriate Volts Mode setting is included with each wiring diagram.

Refer to Step 8 to learn how to configure Volts Mode on the meter.

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4-Wire Wye, 3-Element, Direct Connection Diagram

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

I4 Optional

347 V L-N / 600 V L-L max.

VOLTS MODE = 4W-Wye

4-Wire Wye, 3-Element, 3 PTs Connection Diagram

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

I4 Optional

Use PTs for voltages over 347 V L-N / 600 V L-L.

Wye (Star) wiring for PT primaries and secondaries.

VOLTS MODE = 4W-Wye

4-Wire Wye, 2½-Element, 2 PTs Connection

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

I4 Optional

Phase B voltage (V2) displayed by meter is derived from phase A and phase C, not measured. V2 will display a value even if no voltage is present on Phase B. V2 values are only accurate for balanced loads.

VOLTS MODE = 3W-Wye

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3-Wire Solid-Grounded Wye, 3-Element, Direct Connection

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

When the common or star point of a 3-wire Wye system is grounded, the meter may be connected directly without using PTs, provided that the phase voltages are within the meter’s range.

VOLTS MODE = 4W-Wye

3-Wire Delta, 2½-Element, Direct Connection

A

B

C

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

2A

Do not connect

3A

V

1

V

2

V

3

V

4

V ref

I

11

I

12

I

21

I

22

I

31

I

32

I

41

I

42

I

51

I

52

600 V L-L max.

VOLTS MODE = Delta

3-Wire Delta, 2-Element 2 PTs & 2 CTs

A

B

C

G

L / + N/-

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

14

2A

V

1

V

2

V

3

V

4

V ref

I

11

I

12

I

21

I

22

I

31

I

32

I

41

I

42

I

51

I

52

Use PTs for voltages over 600 V L-L.

VOLTS MODE = Delta

3A

G L / + N/-

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3-Wire Delta, 2½-Element, 2 PTs & 3 CTs

A

B

C

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

3A

2A

V

1

V

2

V

3

V

4

V ref

I

11

I

12

I

21

I

22

I

31

I

32

I

41

I

42

I

51

I

52

Use PTs for voltages over 600 V L-L

VOLTS MODE = Delta

Single Phase Connection Diagram

G L / + N/-

Fuse for N/- terminal required if its supply source is ungrounded

Connect G terminal to ground for AC power source

I4 Optional

277 V L-N / 554 V L-L max. Use PTs for higher voltages.

VOLTS MODE = Single

Using Potential Transformers

System Mode

Wye

Single Phase

Delta

Voltage Range

120 V L-N or 208 V L-L

277 V L-N or 480 V L-L

347 V L-N or 600 V L-L over 347 V L-N or 600 V L-L

120 V L-N or 240 V L-L

277 V L-N or 554 V L-L over 277 V L-N or 554 V L-L up to 600 V L-L over 600 V L-L no no yes no yes no no no yes

Requires PTs

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Step 5: Wire the Communications

RS-232 Connections (COM1)

DB9 Null Modem

Wiring Diagram

DTE

(computer)

DTE

(meter)

Null modem cable pinout

Pin 3 - Transmit Data - Pin 2

Pin 2 - Receive Data - Pin 3

Pin 7 - Request to Send- Pin 8

Pin 8 - Clear to Send- Pin 7

Pin 5 - Signal Ground- Pin 5

Pin 6 - Data Set Ready- Pin 4

Pin 4 - Data Terminal Ready- Pin 6

Specification

Connector Type

Wire

Maximum Cable Length

Data Rate

Isolation

Duplex

Compliance

Meter Connected to Computer

Meter Connected to External

Modem

DB9 female end for mating with male connector on the meter

Null modem RS-232 cable

15.2 m

(50 ft)

Straight-through RS-232 cable

300 – 115,200 bps

Optical

Full

ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-2002 surge withstand and fast transient tests

RS-485 Connections (COM1 and COM2)

SH

+

RS-485 Shield (electrically connected to chassis ground)

RS-485 Data Minus

RS-485 Data Plus

Connector Type

Wire

Captured wire

Shielded twisted pair RS-485 cable,

0.33 mm

2

(22 AWG) or larger

1219 m (4000 ft) total for entire bus Maximum Cable Length

Data Rate 300 – 115,200 bps

Maximum Devices (per bus) 32

Isolation

Duplex

Compliance

Optical

Half

ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-2002 surge withstand and fast transient tests

Connect SH at one end only

Infrared Connections (COM4)

Interface

Location

Data Rate

Duplex

ANSI C12.18 Type II optical port

Front of meter

1,200 – 19,200 bps

Half

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Ethernet Connections (if equipped)

10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX

Pin 1: Transmit Data +

Pin 2: Transmit Data -

Pin 3: Receive Data +

Pin 6: Receive Data -

Wire Type

Connector Type

Maximum Length

Type

High quality Category 5 or 6 unshielded twisted pair cable

RJ45 modular

100 m (328 ft)

IEEE 802.3 10/100BASE-T for 10/100 Mbps base band CSMA/CD

LANs

Data Rate

Isolation

10/100 Mbps

Transformer isolated to 1500 V RMS

Max. Connections Allowed 4 simultaneous (32 via Modbus TCP/IP)

SC type fiber cable

Only one EtherGate connection per port is allowed at a time

100BASE-FX (Fiber)

Wire Type

62.5/125 or 50/125 micrometer multimode fiber optic cable

Connector Type SC

Maximum Length

2000 m (6562 ft) full duplex

400 m (1312 ft) half duplex

Data Rate

Isolation

100 Mbps

Optical

Ethernet TCP/IP Service Ports

Protocol

ION

Modbus RTU

Modbus TCP

EtherGate (COM1)

EtherGate (COM2)

DNP TCP

SMTP

Port

7700

7701

502

7801

7802

20,000

25 (configurable)

Internal Modem Connection (COM3 if equipped)

Connector Type

Wire Type

Data Rate

Error Correction

Data Compression

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Pin 3: Ring

Pin 4: Tip

RJ11

FCC Part 68 compliant telephone cord (two male

RJ11 ends)

300 bps – 56 kbps

V.42 LAPM, MNP 2-4, V.44

V.42 bis/MNP 5

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Step 6: Wire the Power Supply

G L

+

N

_

Specification

Type

Wire

Standard Power Supply

Captured wire connector

3.3-2.1 mm

2

(12-14 AWG)

Low Voltage DC

2.1-0.8 mm

2

(14-18 AWG)

Rated Inputs

Ride-through

85-240 VAC ±10%

 

(47-63 Hz), or 110-300 VDC ±10%

Dielectric Withstand 2500 VAC RMS at 60 Hz for 60s

Burden 35 VA max. (15 VA typical)

20-60 VDC ±10%

18 W max. (12 W typical)

100 ms (6 cycles at 60 Hz) min. None

Step 7: Power Up the Meter

1.

Ensure the ground wire is securely connected on both ends.

2.

Ensure the meter’s power supply voltage is within the allowed range.

3.

Power up the meter.

Step 8: Set Up the Meter Using the Front Panel

The following Setup screens are available for meter configuration via the front panel:

BASIC SETUP

COM1 SETUP

COM2 SETUP

COM3 SETUP

COM4 SETUP

NETWORK SETUP

PQ SETUP

FORMAT SETUP

DISPLAY SETUP

TIME SETUP

SECURITY SETUP

METER RESETS

Use the

PROG

/

SELECT

,

ESC

, softkeys and arrow buttons to configure settings.

The following example shows Volts Mode setup using the meter front panel.

Press

Press

Press

Press

Press

Press

PROG

/

SELECT

to enter Setup Mode from Display Mode.

Press

Use arrow buttons to move up and down in list. Press

PROG

/

SELECT to select Basic Setup.

Use arrow buttons to move up and down in list. Press

PROG

/

SELECT to select PT/CT Setup.

Press Mode softkey.

Use arrow buttons to move up and down in list. Press

PROG

/

SELECT to select Delta.

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Password

A password is required for all front panel configuration changes and to enter the Security Setup menu. The password is set to 0 (zero) in the factory. The front panel only prompts you for the meter password once, before you make your first configuration change. You can disable the password via the Security

Setup menu.

Selecting the Front Panel Language

Meters are shipped with English as the default front panel language.

To select another language:

1.

Press

PROG

/

SELECT

and the right arrow buttons, hold for two seconds then release.

2.

Scroll through the language list and select the language you want.

3.

Press

PROG

/

SELECT

to confirm.

You can also access this setting via the Display Setup menu.

N

OTE

The meter only communicates to software in English.

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Front Panel Setup Menu Settings

The following table lists all settings that can be configured via the front panel.

Menu Setting

VOLTS MODE

PT PRIMARY

PT SECONDARY

CT PRIMARY

Description

The power system’s configuration –

WYE, DELTA, etc.

The Potential Transformer’s primary winding voltage rating

The Potential Transformer’s secondary winding voltage rating

The Current Transformer’s primary winding current rating

Range (Values)

4W-WYE, DELTA, 3W-WYE,

SINGLE, DEMO

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

Default

4W-WYE

120.00

120.00

5.00

5.00

V4 PRIMARY

V4 SECONDARY

I4 PRIMARY

I4 SECONDARY

I5 PRIMARY

I5 SECONDARY

V NOMINAL

V4 NOMINAL

Va POLARITY

Vb POLARITY

Vc POLARITY

V4 POLARITY

Ia POLARITY

Ib POLARITY

Ic POLARITY

I4 POLARITY

I5 POLARITY

CURRENT PROBE

TYPE

The Potential Transformer’s primary winding voltage rating on V4

The Potential Transformer’s secondary winding voltage rating on V4

The Current Transformer’s primary winding current rating on I4

The Current Transformer’s secondary winding current rating on I4

The Current Transformer’s primary winding current rating on I5

The Current Transformer’s secondary winding current rating on I5

The V1, V2 and V3 nominal voltage used for harmonics calculations

The V4 nominal voltage used for harmonics calculations

The polarity of the Potential

Transformer on Va

The polarity of the Potential

Transformer on Vb

The polarity of the Potential

Transformer on Vc

The polarity of the Potential

Transformer on V4

The polarity of the Current

Transformer on Ia

The polarity of the Current

Transformer on Ib

The polarity of the Current

Transformer on Ic

The polarity of the Current

Transformer on I4

The polarity of the Current

Transformer on I5

The type of current probes being used with the meter

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1 to 999,999.99

1.000 to 999,999.000

1.000 to 999,999.000

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Normal or Inverted

Factory Default, User Defined 1, or User Defined 2

120.00

120.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

5.00

120.00

120.00

Normal

Normal

Normal

Normal

Normal

Normal

Normal

Normal

Normal

Factory

Default

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Menu Setting

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

TRAN DELAY

UNIT ID

SERIAL PORT

MODE

RS485 BIAS

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

TRAN DELAY

UNIT ID

SERIAL PORT

RS485 BIAS

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

TRAN DELAY

UNIT ID

ANSWER HR

RINGS

NON-ANSWER

HR RINGS

PROTOCOL

BAUD RATE

TRAN DELAY

UNIT ID

SERIAL PORT

Description

The communications protocol

Range (Values)

ION, Modbus RTU, Modbus

Master, DNP V3.00,

GPS:Truetime/Datum,GPS:

Arbiter, GPS:Arbiter-Vorne,

Factory, Ethergate, ModemGate

Default

ION

The data rate, in bits per second

The transmit delay in seconds

Every meter on an RS-485 network

300

1

, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,

19200, 38400, 57600, 115200

0 to 1

19,200 must have a unique Unit ID number 1 to 9999

0.010

From serial number

2

Parity and stop bits for the port

Hardware mode for the port

8N1, 8N2, 8E1, 8E2, 8O1, 8O2 8N1

RS232 or RS485 RS232

RTS + DELAY or RTS/CTS

RTS +

DELAY

Turns on biasing when Mastering on the RS-485 bus

The communications protocol

ON or OFF OFF

The data rate, in bits per second

See COM1 protocol

300

1

, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,

19200, 38400, 57600, 115200

ION

19,200

The transmit delay in seconds 0 to 1

Every meter on an RS-485 network must have a unique Unit ID number 1 to 9999

0.010

101

8N1, 8N2, 8E1, 8E2, 8O1, 8O2 8N1 Parity and stop bits for the port

Turns on biasing when Mastering on the RS-485 bus

ON or OFF OFF

The communications protocol

The data rate, in bits per second

ION, Modbus RTU, Modbus

Master, DNP V3.00,

GPS:Truetime/Datum,GPS:

Arbiter, GPS:Arbiter-Vorne,

Factory

300

1

, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,

19200, 38400, 57600, 115200

0 to 1

ION

19,200

0.010

The transmit delay in seconds

Every meter on an RS-485 network must have a unique Unit ID number 1 to 9999

The number of rings during defined answer hours

The number of rings during defined non-answer hours

0 to 255

0 to 255

102

1

5

The communications protocol

The data rate, in bits per second

ION, Modbus RTU, DNP V3.00,

Factory

1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,

19200

0 to 1

ION

9600

The transmit delay in seconds 0.010

Every meter on an RS-485 network must have a unique Unit ID number 1 to 9999

Parity and stop bits for the port

103

8N1, 8N2, 8E1, 8E2, 8O1, 8O2 8N1

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Menu Setting

IP ADDRESS

Description

Sets the IP address for the meter

SUBNET MASK

GATEWAY

DNS PRIMARY

DNS

SECONDARY

Used if subnetting applies to your network

Used in multiple network configurations

Sets the address for the primary

DNS Server that is configured to resolve domain names

Sets the address for the secondary

DNS Server that is configured to resolve domain names

10/100BT

CONFIG

Sets the BASE-T Ethernet max. link speed and duplexing

100BFX CONFIG Sets the Fiber Ethernet duplexing

SNMP SERVER

SWELL LIMIT

SAG LIMIT

CHANGE

CRITERIA

Determines whether SNMP protocol is enabled on the meter or not

Specifies the magnitude above which an input must rise for a swell to be recorded

Specifies the magnitude below which an input must fall for a sag to be recorded

Specifies the amount by which an input must change during a disturbance to be considered a new sub-disturbance

NOMINAL

VOLTAGE

4

Specifies the nominal voltage of the power system

Range (Values)

000.000.000.000 to

999.999.999.999

000.000.000.000 to

999.999.999.999

000.000.000.000 to

999.999.999.999

000.000.000.000 to

999.999.999.999

000.000.000.000 to

999.999.999.999

Auto, 10BT half, 10BT full,

100BTX half, 100BTX full

Full Duplex or Half Duplex

Enabled or Disabled

100 to 1000

0 to 100

0 to 100

0 to 1,000,000

0 to 255

DIGIT GROUP

CURRNT

DECIMAL

MEAS SYMBOL

PHASE LABEL

PF SIGN

PF SYMBOL

DATE FORMAT

TIME FORMAT

DISPLAY DST

Default varies

3

255.240.0.0

0.0.0.0

none none

Auto

Full Duplex

Disabled

106

88

10

0

200

Specifies symbols used to delimit thousands & decimal place holder

1000.0 or 1,000.0 or 1000,0 1000.0

1. to 123456789.XXX

1.XX

Number of decimal places displayed for currents

1. to 123456789.XXX

1.XXX

1.XXX

Specifies the convention used for displaying measurements

IEEE or IEC IEEE

Specifies how phases are labelled ABC, RST, XYZ, RYB, RWB, 123 ABC

Specifies the power factor sign convention used

Sets how power factor is labelled

(LD = leading/LG = lagging)

IEEE or IEC

LD/LG, +/-, CAP/IND

IEEE

LD/LG

MM/DD/

YYYY

Specifies how dates are displayed

MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY,

YYYY/MM/DD

Specifies whether time is displayed in 12 hour or 24 hour clock format 12 H or 24 H

Specifies whether or not DST is displayed

Yes or No

24 H

Yes

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Menu Setting

UPDATE RATE

CONTRAST

Description

Sets when the display updates

Higher numbers are sharper

Range (Values)

1 to 6 (seconds)

0 to 9

System or Instrument

1

7

Default

System

LANGUAGE

TZ OFFSET

DST OFFSET

Specifies the language used on the meter’s front panel

Sets the time zone of the meter’s location, relative to UTC

Sets the daylight savings time offset of the meter’s location

Sets the port to receive time synchronization signals

English, Spanish, French,

Russian

- 12:00 to +13:00

-3:00 to +3:00

SYNC SOURCE

Ethernet, COM1, COM2,

COM3, COM4

SYNC TYPE

Specifies whether time sync signals are received in local time or UTC

CLOCK SOURCE Specifies time sync source

LOCAL DATE

LOCAL TIME

PASSWORD

ENABLED

Local Time or UTC

Sets the local date

Sets the local time

Internal, Line Freq or COMM

Same as Date Format setting

Sets the meter password 00000000 to 99999999

Enables or disables meter security Yes or No

WEB CONFIG

WEB ACTIVE

Enables or disables web browser configuration of the meter

Enables or disables internal web server on the meter

Enabled or Disabled

Yes or No

English

+00:00

+00:00

COM1

UTC

Line Freq

00000000

No

Enabled

Yes

1

2

3

4

A baud rate of 300 bps is only intended for paging applications.

Serial number = PA-0302B222-01, Unit ID = 2222

Default IP ADDRESS = 172.16.xxx.xxx, where the last two bytes (decimal) match the last two bytes of the meter’s MAC address (hex).

NOMINAL VOLTAGE must be set to your system’s nominal voltage to activate the meter’s power quality features.

Step 9: Verify Meter Operation

The LEDs on the back of the meter flash during communications.

LED

Ethernet 100 (Speed)

Ethernet TX

Ethernet RX/LINK

Modem DCD

Modem RI

COM3 (Modem) TX

COM3 (Modem) RX

COM2 TX

COM2 RX

COM1 TX

COM1 RX

Color

Green

Green

Green

Green

Green

Yellow

Yellow

Yellow

Yellow

Yellow

Yellow

Function

Off = link at 10 Mb, On = link at 100 Mb

Blinking indicates Ethernet transmission

On = link up, Off = link down

Blinking indicates Ethernet reception

Indicates a carrier signal is detected (active connection to the modem)

Indicates a ring is detected by the modem

Indicates serial transmission on COM3

Indicates serial reception on COM3

Indicates serial transmission on COM2

Indicates serial reception on COM2

Indicates serial transmission on COM1

Indicates serial reception on COM1

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Watt-hour pulsing

The LEDs on the front panel indicate the following:

Top (green) LED indicates the meter is operational. The light should always remain on when the meter is in service.

Front Panel

Middle (red) LED is a watt-hour pulser. During normal operations this LED should blink intermittently as the meter measures power.

Bottom (red) LED is user programmable. It can be used for

Alarm notification. See the

ION7550 / ION7650 User

Guide for more information.

Phasor Diagrams

You can also view the meter’s phasor diagram in real time. Use the Phasor

Viewer available in PowerLogic ION Setup v2.1 and later (free download from the PowerLogic website) to verify your meter’s wiring. See the ION Setup online help for details.

N

OTE

The following DELTA phasor diagrams are represented in System mode view.

DELTA phasors for UNITY Power Factor (resistive load)

Applicable Volts Mode = DELTA

VCA

IB

VBC

IC

IA

VAB

VBC

IB

VCA

IC

IA

VAB

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WYE - ABC Rotation

Applicable Volts Mode = 4W-WYE and 3W-WYE

Q2: Leading PF (+)

VC

IB

IA

IC

VB

Active Power

-kW

Q3: Lagging PF (-)

VA

VC

IA

IB

VA

Q1: Lagging PF (-)

VC

IC

VA

IB

IA

VB

Active Power

+kW

Q4: Leading PF (+)

VC

IC

IA

VA

VB

IC

VB

IB

WYE - ACB Rotation

Applicable Volts Mode = 4W-WYE and 3W-WYE

Q2: Leading PF (+)

VB

IA

IC

IB

Active Power

VC

-kW

Q3: Lagging PF (-)

VB

IA

IC

VA

VA

Q1: Lagging PF (-)

VB

IB

VA

IC

IA

VC

Active Power

+kW

Q4: Leading PF (+)

VB

IB

IA

VA

VC

IB

VC

IC

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2 Element (3Wire) DELTA - ABC Rotation

Applicable Volts Mode = DELTA

Q2: Leading PF (+)

VCA

IA

IB

IC

VBC

Active Power

-kW

Q3: Lagging PF (-)

VCA

IC

IA

IB

VAB

VAB

Q1: Lagging PF (-)

VCA

IB

VCA

IC

IB

IA

IC

IA

VAB

VBC

Active Power

+kW

Q4: Leading PF (+)

VAB

VBC

VBC

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2 Element (3Wire) DELTA - ACB Rotation

Applicable Volts Mode = DELTA

Q2: Leading PF (+)

VBC

VBC

IC

IB

IA

VCA

Active Power

-kW

Q3: Lagging PF (-)

IA

IC

IB

VCA

VAB

VAB

Q1: Lagging PF (-)

VBC

IB

IB

VCA

IC

IC

IA

VAB

VCA

Active Power

+kW

Q4: Leading PF (+)

VBC

IA

VAB

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Step 10: View Meter Data

Use the softkeys to select which data to display. Use the left and right arrow buttons to scroll through the available display screens.

Display Screens

Softkey Contents

V,I,PF

Volts

Amps

Power

Energy1

Demand1

Pk Dmd1

V Bar, I Bar, P Bar

Summary1, Summary2

D Inputs

DI - I/O

D-Output

Anlg - I/O

Phasors

Name Plt

Events

Volts, Amps, Power Factor

Volts

Amps

Total Power

Energy delivered

Demand delivered

Peak Demand delivered

Voltage, Current and Power Bar Graphs

Volts/Amps Summary, Power Summary

Digital Inputs

Digital I/O on expansion I/O card

Digital Outputs

Analog In and Out

Phasors

Nameplate information

Events

Setpoint

Energy2

Demand2

Pk Dmd2

THD

V1 Harm, V2 Harm,...

I1 Harm, I2 Harm,...

TOU

Setpoint status

Energy received

Demand received

Peak Demand received

Volts and Amps Total Harmonic Distortion

V1, V2, V3, V4 harmonics

I1, I2, I3, I4, I5 harmonics

Time Of Use Active Rate / Season

TOU Egy TOU Energy delivered

TOU Dmd1 & TOU Dmd2 TOU Peak Demand 1 and 2

*PQ Freq

*PQ Vmag1

Power Quality Power Frequency

PQ Supply Voltage 1

*PQ Vmag2

*PQ Flk1

*PQ Flk2

*PQ Vdist

PQ Supply Voltage 2

PQ Flicker 1

PQ Flicker 2

PQ Voltage Disturbance

*PQ Vunb

*PQ Vhrm1

*PQ Vhrm2

V-Trend, I-Trend, P-Trend

PQ Voltage Unbalance

PQ Voltage Harmonics 1

PQ Voltage Harmonics 2

Voltage, Current, Power Trends

* Additional display screens for ION7650 meters with EN50160 option.

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and [email protected]

TM

Installation Guide

For further assistance please contact us at:

Schneider Electric

Power Monitoring and Control

2195 Keating Cross Road

Saanichton, BC

Canada V8M 2A5

Tel: 1-250-652-7100

295 Tech Park Drive, Suite 100

Lavergne, TN 37086

USA

Tel: 1-615-287-3400

Electropole (38 EQI)

31, rue Pierre Mendès France

F - 38050 Grenoble Cédex 9

Tel : + 33 (0) 4 76 57 60 60

Getting technical support:

Contact your local Schneider Electric sales representative for assistance or go to the www.powerlogic.com website.

PowerLogic, ION, ION Enterprise, [email protected], WebMeter and Modbus are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Schneider Electric in France, the USA and other countries. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by qualified personnel.

No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this material.

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