MTR 3000 Series IEC Poly Phase Smart Meters A Proven Residential Smart Meter and Powerful Grid Sensor All-in-One MTR 3000 Key Features yy yy yy yy yy yy yy Forward and reverse active and reactive energy measurements 4x16 channels of load profile data; each with independent configuration of interval, size and collection settings. Time-of-use supporting multi-tariff energy measurements configurable to time of day, weekends, holidays and seasonal changes Advanced tamper and fraud detection Measurement technology designed to withstand magnetic fields Secure remote firmware upgrades Power quality measurements include: voltage, current, active power, reactive power, power factor Proven, Safe Choice Reliable, field-tested and accurate, MTR 3000 is based on NES’s proven power line (PL) technology used in millions of smart meters, making it Europe’s market leading solution. As with the entire line of NES smart meters, the MTR 3000 joins in a highly reliable power line based meshed network. With daily communication reads proven to deliver 99.7-100% reliability, NES’s Smart Metering Solution consistently gives you the power consumption and power quality data you need to gain visibility at the edge of the grid. Protect Revenue and Reduce Operational Costs NES smart meters create a reliable and robust power line network that detects electricity theft and fraud, as well as identify unexpected technical losses. Our energy measurement technology is highly resistant to magnetic fields. Tamper events are detected, and logged, even during a power failure; the data is then communicated securely and in a timely manner. For additional operational costs savings, software enabled features like our remote disconnect/reconnect switch and secure remote firmware upgrades allows you to manage rate plans, add time-of-use tariffs or update meters without a trip to the field. A Smart Meter and Powerful Grid Sensor In One Heightened demand for power availability, distributed generation, and greater efficiency are creating a need for more consumption and power quality measurements at the edge. Meeting this need, NES introduces the first smart meters to offer 4x16 channels of load profile data; each of which can be configured independently for interval, size and collection settings. Now you can have a dedicated data set for billing and up to three additional data sets for collecting power quality metrics like voltage, current, total harmonic distortion (THD), and net micro-generation output. You have the flexibility to store this data locally (in the meter) or pull measurements back whenever you need them — daily, weekly or even on a monthly basis. www.networkedenergy.com Open Communications for Expandability and Interoperability Invest in a meter that can grow with you as your requirements evolve. MTR 3000 provide options that allow you to accommodate auxiliary meters (gas, water, heat) through a standards compliant interface, and is fully capable of securely connecting to ZigBee radio frequency (RF) or LonWorks® PL, M-bus, Multipurpose Expansion Port (MEP) or Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) devices for Home Area Network (HAN) integration, energy management or other expanded services. Specifications Voltage Nominal Voltage Model 83332-3IXXXX: 220V to 240V phase-to-neutral, 380V to 415V phase-to-phase, Model 83332-2IXXX: 220V to 240V phase-to-phase for delta networks Voltage Range: -20% to +15% Communications Optical Port: Certified to IEC 62056-21  (physical and electrical requirements); ANSI C12.18  (communications protocol); ANSI C12.19  (data structure) Channel Type: CENELEC A-band power line communication channel. Data Security: Password protection for optical communication; authenticated, password-protected transactions and encryption for power line communication. Certifications Measurement Accuracy (for 5A basic current and 100A maximum current). Active Energy: Class 1 certified to IEC 62053-21  MID Class B certified to EN 50470-3  Reactive Energy: Class 2 certified to IEC 62053-23  Other Specifications Basic: 5A Maximum: 100A Starting: 20 mA Safety Ratings: Certified to IEC 61010-1 , CE marked. Timing/Real Time Clock: Accurate per IEC 62052-21  and IEC 6205421  to +/- 0.5 seconds per day. Load Disconnect Impulse Voltage: IEC 62052-11  S0 Pulse Output: IEC 62053-31, Class A Physical and Electrical Requirements: IEC 62056-21  Frequency: EN 50065-1 M-Bus Compliance: DIN EN 13757-2 , DIN EN 13757-3  Pulse Output/S0: DIN 43864 Mounting: DIN 43857 Load Disconnect Contactor, With Remote Disconnect and Enable Mechanical Life at Maximum Power, PF=1:5,000 cycles Maximum Switching Current: 100 A per phase Maximum Overload Current: 120 A per phase 150 A (30 minutes) Maximum Switching Voltage: 277 V AC per phase Short Circuit:< 3mS: 3,000 A Maximum Switching Power: 27kVA Insulation Strength: 4 kV at 50Hz, 1 minute, yy contact to contact: 2kV yy coil to contact: 4kV Impulse Voltage: 1.2 / 50μS to IEC 62052-11 yy contact to contact: > 4 kV yy coil to contact: > 12 kV Service and Connection Types Energy Measurements and Data Collection Frequency Nominal Frequency: 50 Hz Tolerance: +/- 5% Power Consumption Voltage Circuit: < 2W Apparent Power: < 5VA Current Circuit @ Imax: < 6.0 VA @100A, <5.0VA@ 80A Temperature Specified Operating Range: -40° to +70° C (3K7), display fully operational from -25° to +60° C Limited Operating Range: -40° to +70° C (3K7) Storage and Transport: -40° to +70° C (3K7) Humidity: <=95% RH, non-condensing. Current (amperage depends on local regulatory requirements) All models are designed for direct connection of line and load conductors. The 83332-3IXXX direct connected polyphase meters are designed for 3-phase 4-wire Wye/Star service. Can also operate with 2-phases of a 3-phase 4-wire Wye/Star service, or 1-phase 2-wire connections. The 83332-2IXXX direct connected polyphase meter is designed for a 3-phase 3-wire delta service. Can also operate on a singlephase 2-wire electrical service. Installation Mounting: DIN 43857 ( All models except 83332-2IXXX) Control Wiring Terminals: Maximum wire size: 8mm sq. Terminal inside diameter: 3mm Power Wiring Terminals:3 line, 3 load, 2 neutral. Neutral terminals not present on 83332-2IXXX meters, Maximum wire size: 35mm sq. (used cables may not fit) Terminal inside diameter: 9mm. Enclosure: Outdoor (IP54), insulating encased meter of protective class 2. www.networkedenergy.com Units Measured: kW forward, reverse; kWh forward, reverse, forward + reverse, forward - reverse; kvar import, export; kvarh import, export; RMS voltage; RMS current; power factor; frequency; rolling and block demand for energy sources and per quadrant kvarh (optional). Verification Output: 2 pulse-output LEDs representing kWh and kvarh; signaling at 1,000 impulses per kWh or kvarh. Power Quality Analysis: Sag; swell; number of over-current occurrences; number of short power outages; number of long power outages; duration and time of the last 10 long power outages; maximum and minimum frequency; phase loss; total harmonic distortion. Time of Use: Meters running firmware version 3.5x support 4 tariffs with 10 possible tier switches per day; 12 seasons per perpetual calendar (set by day/month); perpetual holiday calendar for up to 25 holidays per year; perpetual daylight savings changeover; 2 separate holiday day schedules per season; 1 weekday, 1 Saturday, and 1 Sunday day schedule per season. Meters running firmware version 3.7x and higher optionally support up to 8 tariffs. Data Logging: Up to 4x16 channels available for load profiling. Logging intervals user-selected at 5, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, 60 minutes, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 hours, or 1 day. Data Storage Non-volatile memory. Optional Features All options other than demand metering (which can be activated in the field) must be ordered and included when the meter is manufactured. Certain option combinations may not be available. Control Relay: Single-pole voltage-free latching relay; maximum load rating is 250V, 5A; fully isolated. Pulse Output, S0: 1 reference and 1 signal terminal per IEC 62053-31 / DIN 43864. Pulse Count and Tamper: 2 pulse input channels. Counting and recording pulses from devices with voltage-free pulse transmitters; 25-millisecond minimum pulse width; pulse input circuits are not designed to power intelligent external devices; operates with most passive and opto-coupler/ transistor interfaces. MTR 3000 Meter Dimensions MTR 3000 mm inches A 168.95 6.65 B 237.95 9.37 C 85.87 3.38 D 31.00 1.22 E 59.25 2.33 F 3.00 0.12 G 9.00 0.35 H 9.00 0.35 I 13.50 0.53 J 22.73 0.89 K 16.00 0.63 L 13.00 0.51 M 16.00 0.63 N 13.00 0.51 O 16.00 0.63 P 13.00 0.51 Q 11.00 0.43 R 153.35 6.04 S 144.35 5.68 T 105.35 4.15 U 18.00 0.71 V 148.10 5.83 W 150.95 5.94 www.networkedenergy.com M-Bus: Up to 4 devices; isolated; short-circuit protection; encryption supported; DIN EN 13757-2 and DIN EN 13757-3 compliant. Multipurpose Expansion Port: Isolated powered or unpowered MEP port for adding secure hardware extensions to meter for communication with other devices like in-home displays or gas/water meters. CNX 2000: Provides means of communicating with ZigBee Smart Energy Profile 1.0 compliant devices. CNX 3000: Provides means of communicating with in-home Smart Energy devices based on ISO/IEC 14908-3 C-Band power line communication. Ordering information Product MTR 3000 Series Poly Phase Meter Model Number 83332-3IXXX 83332-2IXXX (Delta) All specifications subject to change without notice.
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