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Power Xpert Architecture
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Level 3—Eaton’s Electrical Services & Systems (EESS)
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Introduction
Enabling Power
System Management
Eaton’s Power Xpert
Architecture (PXA) provides a
complete hardware/software
solution to manage your
entire power system. Power
Xpert Architecture consists
of Power Xpert Meters,
Gateways, Switches
and Software.
Power Xpert devices are
devices that can provide by
themselves, or facilitate for
others, Ethernet network
protocols to communicate
with your critical infrastructure
components. Power Xpert
devices provide the intelligent
hardware connectivity layer
to allow Web-enabled
communications throughout
the power system.
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Power Xpert Meters
Power Xpert Meters provide
measurement of the critical
elements found in power
systems, including voltage,
power, current, transients,
harmonics or even time.
Power Xpert Meters
provide Web-enabled
communications for use
through a Web browser or
with the Power Xpert
Software or third-party
monitoring systems.
Power Xpert Gateways
Power Xpert Gateways are
capable of Web-enabling
electrical devices contained in
electrical gear via a standard
Web-browser on the Ethernet
network. Standard on-board
Web pages eliminate the
need for any customer
programming or software.
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Power Xpert Software is a
comprehensive solution for
system-level management of
your power infrastructure via
a Web-browser. Power Xpert
Software provides a clear
picture of what is happening
at a component, device and
system level.
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Because no two organization’s needs are the same,
Power Xpert Software is
available in two editions:
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Power Xpert Software
Professional Edition
Geared toward end users,
with built-in support for Eaton
power distribution products
such as switchgear, UPSs,
breakers, PDUs, RPPs,
meters, relays, VFDs and
MCCs among others.
Eaton products connect with
the software directly via an
Ethernet connection, while
legacy devices use a Power
Xpert Gateway to Webenable their communications.
A subset of third-party meters
and devices are supported as
standard via the gateway
connection.
Power Xpert Software
Enterprise Edition
Geared toward advanced
power users, system
integrators and enterprises
with heterogeneous device
spectrum and system
developers who can take
advantage of the included
SNMP and Modbus®
integration development
utilities.
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Extensive support for
third-party devices via
standard SNMP and
Modbus TCP protocols
Large variety of ready
made third-party drop
in drivers
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Support for Existing
PowerNet Systems
Power Xpert is directly
compatible with existing
PowerNet™ systems
v.3.32 and higher. All
communications hardware
devices such as NetLink,
EMINT, MINT II and EPONI
can be connected to Power
Xpert Software through the
PowerNet server for
configuration of the INCOM™
communication devices.
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Power Xpert System Overview
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Web Browser
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Data
Export
(csv)
Email
(SMTP)
Internet
BACnet/WS+
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Xpert
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Gateway 600
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Advantage
Central
Monitoring
Unit
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PDU
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CRAC
Critical Power
Distribution & Cooling
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Soft
Starter
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PDU
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EOLTR
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IT. MCC EOLR
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UPS
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Product Name
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IQ 220/230 Series Meters
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Digitrip DT1150
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IQ 250/250
Meters
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DT-3000/FP-4000/FP-5000
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3rd Party Motor
Relays
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EOLRT
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FP-4000/5000
Motor/Protection
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IQ DP-4000
Meter w/PONI Card
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Freedom
MCC
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IQ Analyzer
Meter w/PONI Card
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Motor Controls
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Data Capture and Acquisition
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Software
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HTTP
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PQ Meters
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Energy
Sentinel Meter
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MV Starter
EOLR
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LV Switchgear
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Ethernet Network
QC Port Network
INCOM Network
RS-485 Network
End of line resistor
End of line termination resistor
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Power Xpert Architecture—Notes
a. Simple Mail Transfer
Protocol (SMTP)—
Device events and
periodic data log file
attachments are sent
to users in the form of
an e-mail from the
following Power Xpert
products: Power
Xpert Software,
Power Xpert Meters
2000/4000/6000/
8000, Power Xpert
Gateway 600 and
Power Xpert Gateway
Cards 1000/2000
Series.
b. Hyper Text Transfer
Protocol (HTTP)—
Web browser access
is available on the
following Power Xpert
products: Power
Xpert Software,
Power Xpert Meters
2000/4000/6000/
8000, Power Xpert
Gateway 600 and
Power Xpert Gateway
Cards 1000/2000
Series.
c. Network Time Server
(NTP)—Network Time
Protocol (Client-side)
is available on the
following Power Xpert
products: Power
Xpert Software,
Power Xpert Meters
2000/4000/6000/
8000, Power Xpert
Gateway 600 and
Power Xpert Gateway
Cards 1000/2000
Series.
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d. Modbus TCP/IP—
Modbus TCP/IP over
Ethernet is available
on the following
Power Xpert
products: Power
Xpert Software,
Power Xpert Server
Core Software, Power
Xpert Meters 2000/
4000/6000/8000,
Power Xpert Gateway
600 and Power Xpert
Gateway Cards 1000/
2000 Series. Modbus
register maps are
available online at
www.eaton.com/
powerxpert.
e. Data Export—Data
files consist of
metered data and
event log information
that is exported from
the meter, gateway or
software in the form
of a .csv (comma
separated variable)
file. Supported
products are: Power
Xpert Gateway
PXG600, PXGX1000,
PXGX2000, Power
Xpert Meters 2000/
4000/6000/8000
and Power Xpert
Software.
f. Data Trending—
Viewing trended data
in a standard Web
browser interface in
the form of a graphed
line for one or more
data points is available
for the following
products: Power
Xpert Gateway
PXG600, PXGX1000,
PXGX2000, Power
Xpert Meters 2000/
4000/6000/8000
and Power Xpert
Software.
g. Waveform Capture—
The ability to capture
a waveform and/or
export the waveform
as a standard
comtrade file format
is available on the
following products:
Power Xpert Meters
4000/6000/8000.
h. Waveform Acquisition
and Export—The
ability to acquire a
waveform from
another device that
natively captures a
waveform internally
and then export that
waveform in a
standard comtrade
file format is
supported by the
following devices:
PXG600 (provides
data acquisition and
comtrade conversion
for: IQ Analyzer,
DT1150 and FP5000).
Note: The Power Xpert Meters
4000/6000/8000 also export
natively captured waveforms as
comtrade file format.
i. Third-Party HMI
Software Integration—
Is achieved through
the Modbus TCP/IP
interface on all Power
Xpert devices. If
PowerNet software is
utilized in the system,
then an OPC Server
is available.
j. Proprietary Serial
Device Protocols over
Ethernet—The ability
to communicate with
third-party equipment
is achieved through a
Power Xpert Gateway
via Modbus 485 or
Modbus Serial.
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k. BACnet/WS+ —
Is based upon the
protocol specification
developed by the
ASHRAE standards
group as an
Addendum c to
Standard 135-2004.
Reference: [BACnet—
A Data
Communication
Protocol for Building
Automation and
Control Networks.
Public Review Draft,
ASHRAE Standard.
BSR/ASHRAE
Addendum c to ANSI/
ASHRAE Standard
135-2004. First Public
Review. Released:
October 22, 2004.
32 pages. Copyright
(c) American
Society of Heating,
Refrigerating and
Air-Conditioning
Engineers, Inc.
August 30, 2004.]
This draft shows proposed
changes to the current
BACnet standard.
Note: Eaton Corporation has
extended this protocol addendum
with a (+) to signify the addition
of an “event-driven” behavior to
the existing “polled” data
acquisition model. This allows
optimization in communications
between Power Xpert devices
and Power Xpert Software.
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l. CEC
(Communications
Expansion Card
PXMCE-B)—This card
must be ordered as
an option on the
Power Xpert Meters
4000/6000/8000 to
provide Ethernet
connectivity for use
with a Web browser,
interface to Power
Xpert Software or
third-party HMI
software.
m. Ethernet Switch—
The Eaton Ethernet
Switch provides
connectivity between
Power Xpert devices
on a common
subnetwork. The
6-port version of
the switch shown
provides (6) RJ-45
network ports. As
an option, 1 or 2 of
these ports can be
substituted to be
ST-Type Fiber
connections.
n. Single-port Device
Server—Is a device
that is used to add
network connectivity
to a single serial
device. These device
servers offer a single
RS-232/485 serial port
to connect a variety
of serial devices
including meter
devices, UPS, PDU,
Static Switch,
Automatic Transfer
Switch, generators,
Computer Room Air
Conditioners, and
other commercial,
industrial or business
automation
equipment. The
serial ports use
standard RJ-45 or
DB-9 connectors for
convenient cabling,
and optional adapters
are available as well.
o. PXG600A COM2
Port—Is used to
communicate on a
Modbus RS-232/485
network or on an
Eaton QC-Port (IT)
bus. The user may
choose between a
DB-9 or terminal strip
connector to connect
up to 32, RS-45 serial
devices.
p. PXG600A COM1
Port—Is used
to communicate on a
Modbus RS-232/485
network or on an
Eaton QC-Port (IT)
bus. A terminal strip
connector is provided
for this interface. Up
to 32 devices may
be connected to
this port.
q. PXG600A INCOM
Port—Is used to
communicate on an
Eaton INCOM device
network only. Up to
64 devices may
be connected to
this port.
r. PXG400 Ports—The
ports on the PXG400
operate the same as
on the PXG600;
however, there is
only one RS-232/485
port to be used for
Modbus or QC-Port.
s. PONI (Product
Oriented Network
Interface)—Is used
to connect the
Advantage Central
Monitoring Unit (18),
the Breaker Interface
Module (10), and the
Central Energy
Display (13),an IQ
Analyzer (6),and the
IQ DP-4000 (7) to an
INCOM network.
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t. PXGX1000 Card—
Is used to connect
an Eaton PDU (Power
Distribution Unit) or
RPP (Remote Power
Panel) to an Ethernet
network. Available
interfaces are: HTTP
(Web) SNMP, SMTP
(e-mail), Modbus TCP/
IP and BACnet/WS+.
u. PXGX2000 Card—
Is used to connect
an Eaton UPS to an
Ethernet network.
Available interfaces
are: HTTP (Web)
SNMP, SMTP (e-mail),
Modbus TCP/IP and
BACnet/WS+.
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Important Note: When
connecting multiple Modbus
RTU devices to either a
multiport terminal server or
a Power Xpert Gateway 400/
600 over an RS-485 daisy
chain network, the baud rate,
data frame (stop bits, data
bits and parity), byte order
(standard or reversed) and
physical wiring (two-wire or
four-wire) must be the same
for all devices connected.
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for a single device
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2. Web Browser monitoring
for multiple devices
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3. Web Browser monitoring
with centralized
management
4. Customized Web-based
graphics and third-party
device support
Power Xpert Architecture
Hardware/Software
Products
Power Xpert hardware/
software products were
developed to provide a highly
intuitive local user interface
that simplifies complex realtime data into meaningful
information. At a glance, a
user can quickly determine
if a critical parameter in their
power system, (such as
voltage, current or kWH),
falls within or outside of an
acceptable operational range.
Power Xpert devices provide
the intelligent hardware
connectivity layer to
allow Web-enabled
communications over an
Ethernet TCP/IP network.
These devices can act as
standalone Web servers or as
part of a coordinated system
with Power Xpert Software
consolidating and analyzing
the combined system data.
The Power Xpert Meter family
and the Power Xpert Gateway
family are microprocessorbased, Web-enabled,
communicating devices
from Eaton Corporation
that make up the Power
Xpert Architecture.
Power Xpert Meters
Power Xpert Gateways
Power Xpert Software
Power Xpert Meters 2000/
4000/6000/8000 offer Eaton
customers a new level of
accessibility to the critical
information required to
manage their electrical
distribution system. The
meter’s embedded Web
server includes real-time
circuit information in both
numeric and graphical visual
formats that can be viewed
on its local display or through
a Web browser via the
Internet or a customer’s
intranet.
Power Xpert Gateways are
intelligent communication
devices that Web-enable one
or more electrical devices
so they become visible to
a browser on an Ethernet
network. The Power Xpert
Gateways are capable of
providing communications
conversion from one network
field bus protocol to an
other—for example, INCOM
to Ethernet.
Power Xpert Software, an
integral part of the overall
Power Xpert Architecture, is a
comprehensive solution for
system-level management
of your power infrastructure
via a Web-browser, from
any desktop, on one screen.
Power Xpert Software is
designed to take the
complexity out of managing
your power system and
provides a clear picture of
what is happening at a
component, device and
system level. Power Xpert
Software provides insight into
cost savings and downtime
prevention. For detailed
information on Power
Xpert Software, see
Page V3-T9-14.
The Power Xpert Meters
4000/6000/8000 are the
benchmark for intelligent
Web-enabled power quality
metering instruments. The
meters include high-speed
sampling and measurement
of the critical elements,
(i.e., voltage, power, current,
transients or harmonics),
in a facility’s power system.
See Page V3-T9-21 for
detailed information on the
Power Xpert Meters.
All Power Xpert Meters
provide a standard
communications protocol
for easy integration into
other systems.
Power Xpert Gateway
devices are a key component
in the Power Xpert
Architecture. They allow a
user to optimize their existing
investment in Eaton’s
communicating devices such
as IQ Meters, Digitrip™
Breaker Trip Units, Protective
and Overload Relays and IT.
Motor Starters. They can
also extend state-of-the-art
connectivity to third-party
devices that communicate
using Modbus RTU protocol
over an RS-485 field bus.
See Page V3-T9-237 for
detailed information on the
Power Xpert Gateways.
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Configuration Guidelines
With Power Xpert devices
(sophisticated, Webenabled, high-definition
communications) and a
simple Web browser,
users can interrogate single
devices directly, groups of
devices connected through
gateways, or connect
through software managing
multiple devices and
gateways. Using the Eaton
system, users are free to
combine ways in which
they view their devices.
Applications generally fall
into four primary categories.
Eaton has developed an easy
way to provide the preferred
solution, using the following
configuration deployment
strategies as example
application categories.
See Page V3-T9-8.
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Application
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Implementation
Details
Level
Description
Small/Smart
Hardware
installation
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Web browser access directly to an individual Power Easy configuration to enable Web browser monitoring
Xpert device, i.e., Power Xpert Meter or Eaton UPS w/ for a single or small amount of Eaton devices, without
optional Power Xpert Gateway Series 2000 card
coordination between devices.
installed.
Medium
installation
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Sophisticated
installation
Tailored
solution
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3
Web browser access to multiple Eaton devices and
third-party Modbus RTU devices through the Power
Xpert Gateway and/or Power Xpert Gateway Cards.
Easy setup to enable Web browser monitoring for
multiple Eaton devices, as well as third-party devices
that support Modbus RTU. Each Power Xpert Gateway/
Gateway Card acts as a standalone Web server.
Web browser access to multiple Eaton and third-party Full suite of tools available to monitor overall system
devices through Power Xpert Software. Devices
health. Power Xpert provides complete control over
connect to Power Xpert Software by means of either centralized alarm notification, reporting and escalation.
direct Web-enabled cards installed inside or via Power
Xpert Gateways. Includes device views for Eaton
equipment as standard.
Custom Web interface design using Eaton Electrical
Services group.
Integration of third-party devices and custom screens.
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Power Xpert Architecture
Level 0—Small System with Smart Hardware
Example Applications
Power Xpert Meter in low
voltage switchgear and UPS.
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Description
Configuration Level 0 offers
an easy means to Webenable a single Eaton device
provided that it is supported
by an optional Web
communications card that
can be installed directly into
the device.
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Functions/Devices
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Drawing
Symbol
Function
Description
Eaton
Device
Monitoring Equipment
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MM6GWP
Power Quality Meter Analyzer
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MM4&P
Meter Monitor and Protection
IQ DP-4000
MM
Meter Monitor
IQ 100/IQ 200
SMM
Sub-Metering Module
IQ Energy Sentinel
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Power Xpert Meter
4000/6000/8000
Power Xpert
Ethernet Switch
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Overcurrent/Short Circuit Protection
MVTU
Medium Voltage Relay (> 600V)
DT-3000, FP-5000
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LVTU
Low Voltage Trip Unit (d 600V)
Digitrip RMS-810, 910,
520 MC or 1150
Digitrip OPTIM 750 or 1050
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Motor Protection and Control
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MPR
Motor Protective Relay
MP-3000
MMS
Microprocessor Motor Starter
IT. Starter
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VFD
Variable Frequency Drive
SVX9000
Central Monitoring Panels
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BIM II
Breaker Interface Module II
BIM II (used with Digitrip
OPTIM or Digitrip RMS)
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LDISP
Local Display and Sub-network
Master
Used with IQ Multipoint Energy
Submeter II or with
Energy/Power Sentinels
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Standard Features
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Real-time monitoring of
metered and alarm points
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Alarm history
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E-mail notification
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Communications settings
via the Web
UPS
w/Power Xpert Gateway
Series 2000 Card
Other Devices
ATS
Automatic Transfer Switch
RTD
Resistance Temperature
Universal RTD Module
ADR
Addressable Relay
ADRII
C
Product Communication Device
IPONI
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Resistor-End of Line
Resistor
■
Terminal Block
IP, IN, IS Terminal Designation
Factory Twisted Pair Wiring
IMPCABLE or
Belden YR29090 or
Belden 9463 Family
Field Twisted Pair Wiring
IMPCABLE or
Belden YR29090 or
Belden 9463 Family
Field Ethernet Backbone
CAT5 or multimode fiber
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Level 1—Using Power Xpert Gateways
Example Applications
Low and medium voltage
switchgear, motor control
centers and third-party
equipment via Modbus RTU.
Recommendation: Use one
Power Xpert Gateway device
per electrical assembly or
switchgear sub-section.
Description
Configuration Level 1 offers
an easy means to Webenable multiple Eaton devices
and third-party devices that
support Modbus RTU.
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Standard Features
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Real-time monitoring of
metered and alarm points
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Communications settings
via the Web
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Alarm history
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E-mail notification
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Function
Description
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Device
Monitoring Equipment
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MM6GWP
Power Quality Meter Analyzer
Power Xpert Meter 4000/6000/8000
MM4&P
Meter Monitor and Protection
IQ DP-4000
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Meter Monitor
IQ 100/IQ 200
SMM
Sub-Metering Module
IQ Energy Sentinel
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Overcurrent/Short Circuit Protection
MVTU
Medium Voltage Relay (> 600V)
DT-3000, FP-5000
LVTU
Low Voltage Trip Unit (d 600V)
Digitrip RMS-810, 910,
520 MC or 1150
Digitrip OPTIM 750 or 1050
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Motor Protection and Control
MPR
Motor Protective Relay
MP-3000
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MMS
Microprocessor Motor Starter
IT. Starter
VFD
Variable Frequency Drive
SVX9000
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Central Monitoring Panels
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BIM II
Breaker Interface Module II
BIM II (used with Digitrip
OPTIM or Digitrip RMS)
LDISP
Local Display and Sub-network
Master
Used with IQ Multipoint Energy
Submeter II or with
Energy/Power Sentinels
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Other Devices
ATS
Automatic Transfer Switch
IQ Transfer
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RTD
Resistance Temperature
Universal RTD Module
ADR
Addressable Relay
ADRII
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Product Communication Device
IPONI
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Resistor-End of Line
Resistor
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Terminal Block
IP, IN, IS Terminal Designation
Factory Twisted Pair Wiring
IMPCABLE or
Belden YR29090 or
Belden 9463 Family
Field Twisted Pair Wiring
IMPCABLE or
Belden YR29090 or
Belden 9463 Family
Field Ethernet Backbone
CAT5 or multimode fiber
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Power Xpert
Ethernet Switch
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F5
F6
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Power Xpert
Ethernet Switch
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F7
F8
LV Secondary Unit Substation
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INCOM
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MM
4&P
MM
4&P
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IT.
MV VacClad-W Metal-Clad Switchgear
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Level 2—Power Xpert Software
Example Applications
All Eaton devices and thirdparty devices that support
Modbus TCP and SNMP in
addition to third-party Modbus
RTU devices via the Power
Xpert Gateway.
Description
Configuration Level 2 offers
an easy means to Webenable and centrally manage
all Eaton devices that can
be connected directly to an
Ethernet network or via
a Power Xpert Gateway
device. Power Xpert
Software provides a rich
set of standard features,
as well as premier value
add-on option modules.
Standard Features
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Real-time monitoring of
metered and alarm points
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Full color Web-based
graphics package with
standard views for all
Eaton devices
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E-mail notification
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Data trending and graphing
Optional Add-on Features
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Web-based graphics editor
to design floor plan and
third-party device views
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Energy consumption
analysis and tenant billing
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Power quality analysis and
waveform viewing
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Modbus TCP tool to import
register maps from various
third-party devices
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SNMP tool to compile
SNMP MIB (Management
Information Base) files
from various third-party
devices
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Functions/Devices
Drawing Symbol
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Function Description
Eaton Device
Monitoring Equipment
MM6GWP
Power Quality Meter Analyzer
Power Xpert Meter 4000/6000/8000
MM4&P
Meter Monitor and Protection
IQ DP-4000
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MM
Meter Monitor
IQ 100/IQ 200
SMM
Sub-Metering Module
IQ Energy Sentinel
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Overcurrent/Short Circuit Protection
MVTU
Medium Voltage Relay (> 600V)
DT-3000, FP-5000
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LVTU
Low Voltage Trip Unit (d 600V)
Digitrip RMS-810, 910, 520 MC or 1150/Digitrip OPTIM 750 or 1050
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Motor Protection and Control
MPR
Motor Protective Relay
MP-3000
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MMS
Microprocessor Motor Starter
IT. Starter
VFD
Variable Frequency Drive
SVX9000
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Central Monitoring Panels
BIM II
Breaker Interface Module II
BIM II (used with Digitrip OPTIM or Digitrip RMS)
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LDISP
Local Display and Sub-network Master
Used with IQ Multipoint Energy Submeter II or with Energy/Power Sentinels
ATS
Automatic Transfer Switch
IQ Transfer
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RTD
Resistance Temperature
Universal RTD Module
ADR
Addressable Relay
ADRII
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C
Product Communication Device
IPONI
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Resistor-End of Line
Resistor
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■
Terminal Block
IP, IN, IS Terminal Designation
Factory Twisted Pair Wiring
IMPCABLE or Belden YR29090 or Belden 9463 Family
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Field Twisted Pair Wiring
IMPCABLE or Belden YR29090 or Belden 9463 Family
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Field Ethernet Backbone
CAT5 or multimode fiber
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Other Devices
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Level 3—Eaton’s Electrical Services & Systems (EESS)
Customized Software Solutions
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Available Applications
Any manufacturer’s equipment that is supported by the
EESS extensive device driver support list or request a custom
quotation to obtain support.
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Description
Configuration Level 3 offers an extensive service offering for
the delivery of customized graphics and support for third-party
proprietary device driver support.
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Enhanced Features
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Customized one-line diagrams to portray realistic operation
of the complete power distribution system
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Customized navigation systems to allow the operator to
navigate the software in a similar paradigm that is consistent
with the way they would describe their organization from a
functional or departmental standpoint
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