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Data Sheet
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DATA SHEET
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LAN Server
For Energy and Power meters
AEM and APM with
Modbus interface
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DEIF A/S
Data logging
Web Server interface
Gateway - Modbus TCP/IP
FTP
DynDNS
Up to 32 Energy and Power meters
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Document no.: 4921210139A
Data Sheet
LAN Server
Table of contents
1.
GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................................... 3
APPLICATION ................................................................................................................................ 3
OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................... 4
MODBUS TCP/IP AVAILABLE QUANTITIES ...................................................................................... 4
TECHNICAL DATA ................................................................................................................ 6
3.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................... 8
4.
ORDERING INFORMATION .................................................................................................. 9
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1. General information
Application
The LAN Server is to be connected to DEIF’s energy and power meters, AEM and APM, by its
Modbus interface, for the purpose of collecting the measured data from the instrument. Access
them by a web browser through a TCP/IP network or by Modbus TCP/IP. For direct access to
the logged data, it can be provided by the internal FTP server.
It can be used in a local network (LAN) or a geographic network (WAN), which makes the
product suitable for remote data collection through the Internet. The Modbus/TCP protocol
provides the ability to access the energy and power meters to a remote client over the network.
The LAN Server also has DHCP and Dynamic DNS support.
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Sub-metering installations
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Energy Management Systems
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Application examples
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Overview
Configuration
For configuration, the LAN Server offers a web-based configuration interface. All the parameters
that can be modified by the user can be set simply connecting to the device through a normal
web browser on a preset IP address. Such parameters are for instance the network parameters
(IP address, subnet mask and gateway or DHCP), and general settings.
Plug and play
The LAN Server is able to automatically recognise the instrument connected to Modbus
interface. This is an advantage in terms of flexibility, because the same interface can be
connected, for instance, to single-phase or three-phase energy and power meter.
Storage of the measurements
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The measurements in transit from the instrument towards the TCP/IP network can be
intercepted and stored inside the LAN Server itself, until the saturation of the space of memory
available. The saturation condition depends, of course, on sampling frequency of the
measurements and on the number of measurements (related to the type of energy meter
connected to the Modbus interface, for instance single-phase or three-phase). The data can be
stored in the LAN Server and subsequently downloaded to the user’s PC, via web for a detailed
examination. The data are stored in text format (CSV, Comma Separated Values).
Date and time
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It has the capability to synchronise date and time using NTP (Network Time Protocol).
Baud rate
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The pure speed of transmission is limited by the band capacity, which is 9600 baud on the IR
interface. The LAN Server is enabled to operate in 10/100 Mbps networks.
It is possible to access the logged data and real-time values by means of .csv files located in the
internal storage. The FTP server provides the data, using an FTP client to retrieve them to an
external location.
DynDNS
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The use of Dynamic DNS allows the LAN Server to be accessible to other nodes on the Internet
while not owning a static address, such as using DHCP. An update client built into the LAN
Server keeps the hostname up to date with its current IP address.
SNMP Agent
The LAN Server has an internal SNMP protocol for device diagnostics. Support for Get and
GetNext (and obviously GetResponse) messages. The set message is allowed, but only for
writes with the default values (no change).
Modbus TCP/IP available quantities
Available quantities when connected
with single-phase counters:
Active energy imported, tariff 1
Active energy imported, tariff 2
Active energy exported, tariff 1
Active energy exported, tariff 2
Active Power
DEIF A/S
Available quantities when connected
with three-phase counters:
Active energy imported, tariff 1, L1
Active energy imported, tariff 1, L2
Active energy imported, tariff 1, L3
Active energy imported, tariff 1, total
Active energy imported, tariff 2, L1
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Active energy imported, tariff 2, L2
Active energy imported, tariff 2, L3
Active energy imported, tariff 2, total
Active energy exported, tariff 1, L1
Active energy exported, tariff 1, L2
Active energy exported, tariff 1, L3
Active energy exported, tariff 1, total
Active energy exported, tariff 2, L1
Active energy exported, tariff 2, L2
Active energy exported, tariff 2, L3
Active energy exported, tariff 2, total
Active Power L1
Active Power L2
Active Power L3
Active Power total
Reactive energy imported, tariff 1, L1
Reactive energy imported, tariff 1, L2
Reactive energy imported, tariff 1, L3
Reactive energy imported, tariff 1, total
Reactive energy imported, tariff 2, L1
Reactive energy imported, tariff 2, L2
Reactive energy imported, tariff 2, L3
Reactive energy imported, tariff 2, total
Reactive energy exported, tariff 1, L1
Reactive energy exported, tariff 1, L2
Reactive energy exported, tariff 1, L3
Reactive energy exported, tariff 1, total
Reactive energy exported, tariff 2, L1
Reactive energy exported, tariff 2, L2
Reactive energy exported, tariff 2, L3
Reactive energy exported, tariff 2, total
Reactive Power L1
Reactive Power L2
Reactive Power L3
Reactive Power total
Voltage L1-N
Voltage L2-N
Voltage L3-N
Voltage L1-L2
Voltage L2-L3
Voltage L3-L1
Current phase1
Current phase2
Current phase3
Apparent Power phase1
Apparent Power phase2
Apparent Power phase3
Apparent Power Total
Power Factor cos phi phase1
Power Factor cos phi phase2
Power Factor cos phi phase3
Frequency
Tariff in use
Status
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Reactive energy imported, tariff 1
Reactive energy imported, tariff 2
Reactive energy exported, tariff 1
Reactive energy exported, tariff 2
Reactive Power
Voltage
Current
Apparent Power
Power Factor cos phi
Frequency
Tariff in use
Status
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2. Technical data
Data in compliance with IEEE 802.3 AS, IEC 60950, EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-4-2.
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Instruments bus interface
HW interface
Cable
Cable length
Installation type
Directly connected
instruments
SW protocol
Modbus version
Safety acc. to IEC 60950
Degree pollution
Overvoltage category
Working voltage
Material group
Clearance
Creepage distance
Test voltage
DEIF A/S
DIN
35 mm
mm
years
4 module
DIN rail
70
10
VA
V(AC)
V(AC)
Hz
Hz
≤ 10
230
(0.80 to 1.20)x Un
50
45…65
Automatic at connection
of auxiliary power
by means of IP address
≤ 100
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Flash memory
LAN limited
Internet browser
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Mbit/s
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LAN Gateway data
addressing
Data transfer speed
User interface for setup and
management
Required software tool
Suitable for both single-phase
and three-phase meters
LAN interface
HW interface
SW protocol
Application level protocols
DIN 43880
EN 60715
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General characteristics
Housing
Mounting
Depth
Data storage
Auxiliary supply
Auxiliary power rating
Auxiliary voltage rating Un
Auxiliary voltage range
Frequency rating
Frequency range
Operating features
System start
yes
RJ 45 connector
TCP/IP
HTTP-Modbus/TCPFTP-SNTP- DHCP-DNSDynDNS-SNMP
RS 485 Terminals
Type
Conductor cross
section
Conductor
capacitance
Impedance
No.
RS 485
No.
mm²
pF/m
Ω
m
3 (±,cable shield)
STP (shielded twisted
pair)
≥ 2 x 0.2 or 2 x 24 AWG
≤ 50
100
≤ 100
serial
32
Modbus
RTU
V
50 Hz 1 min
mm
mm
kV
2
II
300
II
≥ 4.0
≥ 4.5
4.0
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Housing material flame
resistance
Connection terminals
Cage type
Terminal capacity
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
Limit temperature of
transportation and storage
Vibrations(sinusoidal)
class
V0
Screw head Z±
Solid wire min.(max)
Stranded wire with
sleeve min.(max)
POZIDRIV
mm²
mm²
PZ1
0.75(6)
0.75(6)
°C
%
0...+55
≤ 80
°C
mm
-20...+70
± 0.25
5 Hz to ≤ 10 Hz
constant
displacement
Acc. to IEC 60950
Housing when
mounted
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Protection class
UL 94
Degree of protection
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IP50 (IP20)
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3. Unit dimensions
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4. Ordering information
LAN Server
Type
LAN Server
Order details
Data Logger, Gateway and Web Interface - up to 32 energy and power meters.
Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP/IP, DynDNS, FTP.
Aux. supply: 230V AC/50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217030005
EAN no. 5703727113477
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Energy Meters
Type
Order details
AEM 380
Three-phase energy meter, 80 A, 2S0, 2 tariffs, MID-approved. Aux. supply: 230V AC/
50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217010002
EAN no. 5703727110063
AEM 305
Three-phase energy meter, CT../5 A, 2S0, 2 tariffs, MID-approved. Aux. supply: 230V AC/
50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217010004
EAN no. 5703727110070
AEM 180
Single-phase energy meter, 80 A, 2 tariffs, 2S0, MID-approved. Aux. supply: 230V AC/
50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217000002
EAN no. 5703727110056
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Order details
Modbus - RTU/ASCII for energy and power communication. Aux. supply: 230V AC/50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217030001
EAN no. 5703727110100
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Modbus
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Power Meters
Type
Order details
APM 380
Three-phase power meter, 80 A, 2S0. Aux. supply: 230V AC/50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217020002
EAN no. 5703727110094
APM 305
Three-phase power meter, CT../5 A, 2S0. Aux. supply: 230V AC/50 Hz
DEIF no. 1217020001
EAN no. 5703727110087
DEIF A/S reserves the right to change any of the above.
DEIF A/S
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