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MAP range of fixed and portable
network quality analyzers
Arbitration of electricity supply quality
• Class A according to the IEC 61000-4-30 standard
• Assessment of compliance with the EN50160 standard
Installation maintenance by recording 24/7
• V/U/I/P/Q/S electrical quantities and energy values
• Harmonics/Flicker/unbalance, etc.
Energy quality event diagnostics
• Detection of dips, outages, etc., and transients up to 2 MHz
• Associated RMS / cycle waveform
Simplified management of installed equipment
• Automatic, centralized backup of the recordings from each device
• Notification of the maintenance team in the event of anomalies
Benefit from a global analysis of the internal network or T&D network
• Compare all the recorded electrical data to one another and between devices
• Analyze drift in relation to the templates (ITIC, UNIPEDE, Semi F47, etc.) affecting
your crucial equipment
• Use the geographical location data and the possibilities of sorting by criteria offered
by the analyzers to understand the origins of the various phenomena
Trend curves of the parameters recorded by the MAPs
Statistical view of events / ITI template
Geographical location
Analyzers
Power quality analyzers
Permanent analyzers - MAP range - Class A
MAP 607
MAP 610
MAP 640
MAP Compact
Single-phase voltage
quality analyzer
Three-phase voltage/current
power quality analyzer with
HF transient capture
Three-phase voltage
quality analyzer
Three-phase voltage/current
power quality analyzer
+ Energy - Monitoring of
EN50160 template
Non-intrusive analyzers - MAP range - Class A
MAP 612-NI
Non-intrusive three-phase
voltage quality analyzer with
quick connection
MAP 620-NI
Non-intrusive power
analyzer - three-phase
voltage/current
MAP 620
Three-phase
voltage/current power
quality analyzer
Management and analysis software
For MAP 607
Qual-SRT
Configuration and
real-time display software
Qual-View
Analysis software for
measurement campaigns
E.Qual-Premium Server
For MAP Compact
Qual-SRTc
Configuration and
real-time display software
Qual-View
Analysis software for
measurement campaigns
For MAP 6XX range
E.Qual-Premium Server
E.Qual-Premium
Management software for
“small configurations”.
Point-to-point software
for configuration, data retrieval,
analysis and report generation
Management software for
“medium and large configurations”.
Client/server software for configuration,
automatic data retrieval, multi-equipment
analysis, statistical display, report generation
and management of the measurements
in a database
Management software for “medium
and large configurations”.
Client/server software for configuration,
automatic data retrieval, multi-equipment
analysis, statistical display, report generation
and management of the measurements
in a database
Choosing your power quality analyzer
> Based on its specifications
Permanent analyzers
Non-intrusive analyzers
Three-phase
Single-phase
MAP 607
MAP 610
MAP 620
MAP 640
MAP 612-NI
MAP 620-NI
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3
3
3
3
3
Number of current channels
4
4
Number of 0 – 20 mA inputs
4
4
12.8 kHz
12.8 kHz
Installation
Number of voltage channels
Number of HF voltage channels
Sampling
Sampling frequency
3
12.8 kHz
12.8 kHz
Frequency for fast transients
4
12.8 kHz
12.8 kHz
2 MHz
Communication
Mini USB
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CL port
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option
option
option
external
external
Local RS232 port
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Remote RS232 port
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128 MB
128 MB
128 MB
128 MB
128 MB
GPS synchronization via external coupler
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DCF synchronization via external coupler
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1s
10 s
10 s
10 s
10 s
10 s
10 mn
10 mn
10 mn
10 mn
10 mn
Standardized plug
Screw-on
Screw-on
Screw-on
4 mm banana
Screw-on
Screw-on
4 mm banana
1/4 turn
(BNC type connection)
Internal Ethernet port
Memory
Capacity
64 MB
Internal clock
Back-up power supply and connections
Internal power reserve
Power reserve via external UPS
Voltage connections
Current connections
Strengths
Retrieval of
measurements
via USB 2.0 port Plug & Play system.
Predefined reports as per EN50160.
Possibility of programming a customized profile.
Compliance with profile calculated in the product, thus minimizing the data to be transferred.
Immediate indication of compliance with profile by LED on front panel.
Possibility of managing the whole MAP600 range with the same software line.
> Based on its functions
Permanent analyzers
Non-intrusive analyzers
Three-Phase
Single-phase
MAP 607
MAP 610
MAP 620
MAP 640
MAP 612-NI
MAP 620-NI
Voltage
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Frequency
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Unbalance
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THD
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Harmonics (up to 50th order)
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Flicker: Pst (10 min), Plt (2 h) and Lfl (inst.)
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Signalling voltages
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Power harmonics
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P, Q and S power values
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Power factors, tangents
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Parameters calculated
Voltage events
Dips
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Interruption / outage
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Transients
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Fast variations
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Event log
HF transients
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Event capture and recording
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Signature
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Waveforms
Customizable power quality reports
Connexion
Quick / non-intrusive connection
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IP65 connection
Software
Qual SRT / Qual-View
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E.Qual-Premium
E.Qual-Premium-Server
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Info & advice
Power supply faults and deteriorating electrical power quality
cause disturbances which adversely affect the operation
of electro-technical equipment. What are the disturbances
involved? What are their causes and consequences?
SLOW VARIATIONS
AND INTERRUPTIONS
The amplitude of the voltage is usually the primary
contractual commitment given by the power
distributor. It is nevertheless subject to abnormal
variations which may reach a level close to 0.
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Faults generated
Causes linked
to disturbances due
to equipments
The nominal range of variation of the network Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
voltage is set by the power distributor at
± 10% of the phase-to-phase voltage.
Parameters to be measured
RAPID VARIATIONS
Digital analyzers with a high sampling frequency are
necessary to measure transient overvoltages.
Faults generated
Causes linked
to disturbances due
to equipment
Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
Parameters to be measured
RAPID VOLTAGE VARIATIONS
(FLICKER)
Faults generated
Causes linked
to disturbances due
to equipment
Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
Parameters to be measured
VOLTAGE UNBALANCE
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Faults generated
Causes linked to
disturbances due
to equipment
Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
Parameters to be measured
> Transient overvoltages (<10 ms)
> Switching of more or less inductive loads causing transient overvoltages
at high frequency
> Switching of 2 thyristors causing a very brief short-circuit between the
2 phases
> Atmospheric phenomena (lightning)
> Maximum amplitude and duration of the transient
The discomfort caused by rapid variations in the
brightness of lighting is measured by the flicker value.
Effects on people: headache, irritability, epileptic fit, etc.
> Variation of brightness
> Flickering of computer screens
> Arc furnaces
> Laser printers
> Air-conditioning systems
> None
> Short-term flicker (Pst) and long-term flicker (Plt)
> Current or voltage not phase-shifted by 120° and with different amplitudes
> Load absorbing power in an unbalanced way on the 3 phases
> Disconnection of one electrical power supply phase
> Disconnection of one electrical power supply phase
> Level of unbalance, direct, inverse and homopolar voltage or current
HARMONICS AND INTERHARMONICS
Faults generated
The current consumed by the loads no longer has a pure
sinusoidal waveform.The current distortion implies a voltage
distortion that also depends on the impedance of the source.
> Functional synchronization problems, switching
> Untimely tripping of circuit-breakers
> Induced heating reducing the life span of rotating machines,
capacitors, power transformers and neutral conductors
Causes linked to disturbances
due to equipment
Harmonics: sinusoidal waves whose
frequencies are multiples of 50 Hz
superimposed on the fundamental wave.
Interharmonics: component of the signal
superimposed on the fundamental wave
(50 Hz) but which is not a multiple of
the fundamental (e.g. 175 Hz).
Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
Parameters
to be measured
FREQUENCY VARIATIONS
Faults generated
Causes linked to disturbances
due to equipment
Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
The average value of the fundamental
frequency must be 50 Hz ± 1%
in normal operating conditions.
Parameters
to be measured
VOLTAGE SURGES
Causes linked to disturbances
due to equipment
Causes linked to electrical
power supply networks
Parameters
to be measured
FOCUS
uninterruptible power supplies, dimmers, welding units
> Propagation of harmonic pollution from customers supplied by the
same electrical network
> Global THD
> Harmonics order by order in % and RMS value
Frequency fluctuations are observed on non-interconnected
networks and networks connected to electrical generator sets.
> Process shutdown
> Autonomous source control fault
> After an overload on networks that are not interconnected or
on an electrical generator set
> Frequency F(Hz)
The maximum number of voltage surges during an observation
period is usually monitored.
Faults generated
Surges of a few per cent which do not
cause the voltage to deviate from the
template ± 10 %.
> EQUIPMENT containing power electronics: variable speed drives,
> Contributes to flicker, malfunction of the control systems acting on the
phase angle, acceleration/deceleration torque of motors
> Damage to sensitive electronic equipment
> Operations: motor startup, activation of a capacitor bank, activation of an
inductance, etc.
> Activation of load adjustment systems
> Variation of production by independent producers (wind turbines, solar panels, etc.)
> Voltage surges according to the IEC 61000-3-3 standard, difference between
two stable states (voltage change less than or equal to 0.5 % for 1 second)
The
> characteristics of voltage surges are: duration (time between two stable
states), largest voltage variation in relation to previous stable state (Umax),
difference between the two stable states (Ustat)
Standards
For electrical power distributors, it is crucial to deliver a quality product,
which means sinusoidal, balanced three-phase voltage below a rated value
at a frequency of 50 Hz. It also means remaining consistent with the bill
delivered to the end-user. To help distributors and users to monitor and
improve electrical network quality, several standards have been drawn up.
The EN 50160 standard defines the main characteristics of the quality
of the voltage supplied by the LV and MV public distribution network at the
customer delivery point: frequency, amplitude of the waveform, symmetry of
the three-phase voltages during a predefined observation period.
It indicates the limits or values of the voltage specifications that any customer
has a right to expect.
The IEC 61000-4-30 standard, meanwhile, has been established to
measure the various voltage quality parameters and obtain reliable, reproducible and comparable results whatever the measurement instrument used
and whatever the environmental conditions. This standard defines the
methods for measuring each parameter and how to interpret the results.
It also stipulates the precautions necessary when installing measurement
instruments on live circuits.
MAP Range
HV / MV / LV electrical power quality analyzers – Class A
PRODUCT
ADVANTAGES
COMPLIANT
with the EN 61000-4-30
standard, Class A
DETECTION of the fault
LOCATION DIRECTION
(upstream/downstream)
for products with current
channels
ANALYSIS OF
TRANSIENTS
with a high, variable
sampling frequency
MEASUREMENT OF
HARMONICS
(up to 50th order) and
INTERHARMONICS
(up to 50th group)
FLICKER
MEASUREMENT:
Ifl, Pst, Plt
PROCESSING
of the data according to
the EN 50160 standard
Communication port: local,
modem, integrated Ethernet,
multi-point
Status LED:
phase order and
template overrun
Communication couplers:
local, modem, Ethernet
> General specifications
The products in the MAP range, mounted on a platen or on the cabinet backplate,
measure all the parameters of HV/MV/LV electrical networks: RMS voltage,
frequency, THD, level of unbalance, positive/negative/zero sequence voltage, flicker,
harmonics up to the 50th order, interharmonics up to the 50th group. For
products with current channels: RMS current, THDI, active, reactive and apparent
power, cos ϕ, power factor, power values of harmonics, energy values (calculated
by the software).
The products in the MAP range record and, via the associated software, provide
detailed, comprehensive and continuous analysis of the quality of the electricity
supplied according to the applicable standards, particularly EN 50160: voltage
variations (voltage dips, swells and outages), rapid variations (transient overvoltages),
flicker or rapid voltage fluctuations…
Various communication modes are available for remote retrieval of the data and
detailed analysis of all the parameters recorded. On some models, additional 20 mA
analogue inputs can be used to:
• monitor physical parameters from a 20 mA transducer
• monitor statuses such as circuit-breaker contacts and protection relays via
suitable couplers
• trigger waveform capture by a digital channel via a digital input/20 mA signal coupler
• check the equipment transmitting binary signals
MAP 607
Single-phase analyzer – Class A
■ 2 voltage channels: phase/neutral and phase/neutral-earth
■ Plug & play: no driver required
■ USB 2.0 communication port
■ Configuration for voltage dips, overvoltages and
transient disturbances
■ Class A according to IEC 61000-4-30
■M
easurement of all the power quality parameters according
to the predefined standard (EN 50160, etc.)
■ Direct indication on the product:
Green LED: parameters OK
Red LED: parameters outside profile
Inputs
Voltage input (Phase-Neutral)
Voltage input (Phase/Neutral-Earth)
Power supply
Power supply range
Internal back-up
Compliance with standards
Sliding reference
IEC 61000-4-30, Class A
IEC 61000-4-7
IEC 61000-4-15
EN 50 160 (European Norm)
PQDIF format
Hardware
Memory
Sampling rate
Accuracy
Resolution
Input impedance – Input voltage
Anti-aliasing filter
Bandwidth
PLL Synchronization
Communication
0-300 V RMS
0-300 V RMS, 700 Vpk
< 0.1%
■Q
ual-SRT: configuration and
real-time display
■ Qual-view: analysis and reports
Standard measurement (Class A)
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1
Power supply via voltage input
Yes
Yes
Reference equipment
Measurement of harmonics
Flicker measurement
Calculated in the unit
Circular Flash Memory (NAND)
Class A
USB port
2.0 (full-speed)
Measurement specifications
All power quality parameters are measured
and stored
Analysis of rapid disturbances
Waveform capture
Mechanical specifications
Housing
Dimensions (L x H x D)
Weight
Operating temperature
For 230 V socket
120 x 65 x 65 mm
0.3 kg
-10°C +55°C
T O
Package includes:
- MAP607
- mini USB cable
- Qual-view and Qual-SRT software
- carrying case
Management and analysis
software
Reference
MAP607-P
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Option
64 MB
12.8 kHz (x 2)
< 0.1%
16 bits
10 MΩ
Yes
3.5 kHz
Yes
For PC connection, detected automatically
Driver not required
Yes
Voltage (avg/min/max), Frequency, THD, Harmonics (up to 50th order), Flicker (Lfl, Pst, Plt)
Dips/swells (RMS 1/2 cycle), transients
Programmable pre-time and post-time
Yes
Humidity: 10% - 85% without condensation
Safety: EN 61 010-1
EMC: EN 58 081-1,2; EN 50 082-1,2
O R D E R
Yes
Max. duration 200 cycles
MAP Range
Permanent analyzers - Three-phase
Inputs
Voltage
HF voltage
Current
General
Network quality parameters
Voltage
Frequency
Unbalance
Lfl, Pst and Plt flicker
Signalling voltages
THD-F
Individual harmonics
Interharmonics
Voltage surges
Sliding reference
Other parameters
Current
Current harmonics
Power measurement
Energy measurement in the software
Event-related
Dips / overvoltages / interruptions / outages
Calculation of event direction
Signature recording
Pre-/post-triggering
Waveform recording
Pre-/post-triggering
HF transients, peak detection
Recording of waveforms and HF transients
Power supply
Power supply input range
Internal back-up
Compliance with standards
IEC 61000-4-30, Class A
IEC 61000-4-7
IEC 61000-4-15
EN 50 160
Customized reports
PQDIF format
Hardware
Memory
Sampling frequency
Voltage accuracy
Resolution
Standard bandwidth / HF
Input impedance - voltage input
Input impedance – current input
Anti-aliasing filter
Communication
RS-232
RS-232
CL port
Ethernet port (RJ-45)
Mechanical specifications
Dimensions (L x H x D) in mm
Weight
Operating temperature
Voltage
MAP 610
3
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Specifications
0-275/400 VRMS, 400/690 V (option)
0-275 VRMS (6 kV), high frequency (2 MHz)
0-6 A RMS
0-20 mA analogue inputs
Min, Max, average values
Voltage / Current
MAP 620
MAP 640
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
Up to 50th order
Up to 50th group
Number of times and variation (%)
Complies with IEC 61000-4-30 Class A
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Min, Max and average values
Up to 50th order
P/Q/S, PF/cosϕ
active, reactive, apparent
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X
1/2-1 cycles RMS, Class A
Upstream/Downstream
12.8 kHz, half-period RMS curve
Pre/post configurable, Pre+Post ≤ 15 s
Configurable up to 12.8 kHz
Pre/post configurable, Pre+Post ≤ 20 cycles
2 MHz
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X
X
X
610-300
610-300
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X
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X
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X
X
X
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85-264 Vac / 110-375 Vdc, (47-63 Hz)
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X
X
X
X
X
< 0.1%, reference standard
Measurement of harmonics
Flicker measurement
Calculated in the equipment
Calculated in the equipment
X
X
X
X
X
Option
X
X
X
X
X
Option
X
X
X
X
X
Option
128 MB Flash memory (NAND)
X
12.8 kHz
< 0.1 %
16 bit
3.5 kHz / 1 MΩ
X
X
12.8 kHz
< 0.1 %
16 bit
3.5 kHz / 1 MΩ
10 mΩ
X
X
12.8 kHz / 2 MHz
< 0.1 %
16/10 bit
3.5 kHz / 1 MHz
1 MΩ
10 mΩ
X
PC port
Modems, external couplers, etc.
Current loop port
Ethernet port
X
X
X
Option
X
X
X
Option
X
X
X
Option
Pst 10 min, Plt 2 h, Selectable storage range
< 3,000 Hz
160 x 240 x 60 160 x 240 x 90 160 x 240 x 90
1.3 kg
1.3 kg
1.7 kg
-10 °C / +50 °C -10 °C / +50 °C -10 °C / +50 °C
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O R D E R ,
G O
T O
P A G E
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Non-intrusive analyzers - Three-phase
Inputs
Voltage
Voltage range
HF voltage
Current via external sensor
Network quality parameters
Voltage
Frequency
Unbalance
Lfl, Pst and Plt flicker
Signalling voltages
THD-F
Individual harmonics
Interharmonics
Voltage surges
Sliding reference
Other parameters
Current
Current harmonics
Power measurement
Energy measurement in the software
Event-related
Dips / overvoltages / interruptions / outages
Calculation of event direction
Signature recording
Pre-/post-triggering
Waveform recording
Pre-/post-triggering
HF transients, peak detection
Recording of waveforms and HF transients
Power supply
Power supply input range
Separate power supply input
Internal back-up
Compliance with standards
IEC 61000-4-30, Class A
IEC 61000-4-7
IEC 61000-4-15
EN 50 160
Customized reports
PQDIF format
Hardware
Memory
Sampling frequency
Voltage accuracy
Resolution
Standard bandwidth / HF
Input impedance – voltage input
Input impedance – current input
Anti-aliasing filter
Communication
RS 232
RS 232
CL Port
Ethernet port (RJ-45)
Mechanical specifications
Dimensions (L x H x D) in mm
IP65 casing and connections
Weight
Operating temperature
Voltage
MAP 612-NI
3
Option
-
Voltage / Current
MAP 620-NI
3
Option
4*
Up to 50th order
Up to 50th group
Number of times and variation (%)
Complies with IEC 61000-4-30 Class A
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X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Min, Max and average values
Up to 50th order
P/Q/S, FP/cosϕ
active, reactive, apparent
-
X
X
X
X
1/2-1 cycles RMS, Class A
Upstream/Downstream
12.8 kHz, half-period RMS curve
Pre/post configurable, Pre+Post ≤ 15 s
Configurable up to 12.8 kHz
Pre/post configurable, Pre+Post ≤ 20 cycles
2 MHz
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
85-264 Vac, (47-63 Hz) powered on phase 1 measurement
85-264 Vac / 110-375 Vdc, (47-63 Hz)
X
Option
X
X
Option
X
< 0.1%, reference standard
Measurement of harmonics
Flicker measurement
Calculated in the equipment
Calculated in the equipment
X
X
X
X
X
Option
X
X
X
X
X
Option
128 MB Flash memory (NAND)
X
12.8 kHz
< 0.1 %
16 bits
3.5 kHz / 1 MΩ
X
X
12.8 kHz
< 0.1 %
16 bits
3.5 kHz / 1 MΩ
ext. sensor
X
PC port
Modems, external couplers, etc.
Current loop port
Ethernet port
X
X
Option
X
X
Option
160 x 240 x 60
1.3 kg
-10 °C / +50 °C
160 x 240 x 90
1.3 kg
-10 °C / +50 °C
Specifications
275/400 VRMS, reference equipment (Class A)
400/690 V RMS
high frequency (2 MHz)
120 A, 1.2 kA, 1 kA flex RMS selectable
Min, Max and average values
Pst 10 min, Plt 2 h, Selectable storage range
< 3,000 Hz
* Accessory for external power supply for flex
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O R D E R ,
P L E A S E
C O N T A C T
U S
MAP Range
Self-powered analyzer – Measurement in pole-mounted boxes
MAP 620-NI in its
pole-mount box with
the voltage coil and the
current-sensor torch
Output via leakproof
connectors on the underside
of the box
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P L E A S E
> Environment
Operating temperature:
-10°C to + 50°C
Relative humidity:
10% - 85%, without condensation
Installation category:
Category III, 600 V (300 V for the MAP607)
Pollution level: 2
> Compliance with standards
Measurements:
- EN 61000-4-30: Voltage quality measurement method
(Class A RMS values)
- EN 61000-4-7: General guide to harmonic and
interharmonic measurements
- EN 61000-4-15: Test and measurement technique:
flickermeter
Safety (Low Voltage Directive):
- EN 61010-1: Safety rules for electrical equipment
for measurement, testing and laboratory use
- EN 60950: Safety of data processing equipment
Communication:
- Protocol compatible with the associated Qual-SRT,
E.Qual-Premium and E.Qual-Premium Server
software, TCP/IP encapsulation on internal Ethernet
port (option)
O R D E R ,
C O N T A C T
U S
Electromagnetic compatibility:
- EN 61326-1: Instructions concerning EMC for electrical
measurement, control and laboratory equipment
including:
- EN 61000-4-2: Electrostatic discharge Level 3
(Air 8 kV / Contact 4 kV)
- E N 61000-4-3: Immunity to radiated electrostatic fields –
Level 3 (10 V/m)
- EN 61000-4-4: Fast electrical transients – Level 4 (2 kV)
- EN 61000-4-5: Immunity to voltage surges – Level 4
(common mode 2 kV, differential mode 1 kV)
- EN 61000-4-6: Immunity to conducted disturbances –
Level 3 (3 Vrms)
- EN 61000-4-8: Level 4 (30 A/m)
- EN 61000-4-11: Level 0 (duration 0.5 period – voltage dip
and short interruption 100% U)
- EN 61000-4-12: Level 3 (common mode 2.5 kV / diff. mode
1.0 kV)
- CISPR 16-2-1, CISPR 16-2-3, EN55011 (EN5022 required
by the generic standard EN 61326)
> Mechanical specifications
Weight:
- 1.3 kg (MAP 610, MAP612-NI, MAP 620 and MAP640)
- Mechanical shock test: EN60068-2-27: table 1: 30 g/18 m sec
Connection:
- 4 mm² cable for U and I
- 2.5 mm² cable for inputs/outputs
> Electrical connections
> Dimensions
MAP Range
> Connection systems
Permanent analyzers MAP
MAP 610
MAP 620
Screw-on connectors
MAP 640
MAP Compact
Screw-on connectors
Voltage
Current
-
Non-intrusive MAP
MAP 612-NI / Nix
Quick connection systems
MAP 620-NI / Nix
¼ turn connection systems
612-NI
620-NI
612-Nix
(independent power supply)
620-Nix
(independent power supply)
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MAP6
X
O R D E R
0
X
X
X
X
Model
1: Three-phase voltage only
2: Three-phase voltage + Current
4: Three-phase voltage + Current + HF transient capture
Digital outputs
-: No digital outputs
C: Digital outputs
Communication
0: Without Ethernet port (only COM and MODEM)
E: Without Ethernet port (+ COM and MODEM)
Power supply
0: Standard power supply (85-264 Vac / 110-375 Vdc)
4: 48 Vdc power supply
Voltage input range
0: Standard voltage input range (0-275/400 VRMS)
6: 690 VRMS (L-L) voltage input
Example:•order MAP640-E40 for a MAP640 Model + Without digital outputs + Ethernet port + 48 Vdc power supply
• order MAP610C046 for a MAP610 Model + With digital outputs + Without Ethernet port + 48 Vdc power
supply + 690 VRMS voltage inputs
MAP Compact
Compact Power Quality Analyzer– Class A with monitoring of EN50160
template and calculation of energy values
■ Built-in display
■ Measurement compliant with IEC 61000-4-30 Class A
■ Integrated EN50160 report generation function
■ Recording of voltage dips / swells / outages
■ Waveform capture with programmable pre-time and
post-time
■ Measurement of power and energy values as primary
quantities
■ Communication interfaces
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existing cabinets
■ Configuration and display software:
Qual-SRTc, Qual-View
■ Management and analysis software: E.Qual-Premium Server
> Specifications
Inputs
PH/N, PH/PH voltage input
Current input
CT and VT ratio
Sampling and algorithmic conformity
Sampling
Bandwidth
Network quality
Harmonics
Flicker
Voltage surges
Template monitoring
Parameters measured
Voltage
Frequency
Unbalance
Harmonics
Flicker (Pst, Plt, Ifl)
Current
Power
Energy
Storage, communication and display
Mini-USB
CL port
RS232 port
Ethernet port
Storage capacity
Display
Power supply and power reserve
Power supply
Internal power reserve
Mechanical specifications
Dimensions
Weight
Operating temperature
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ANALYSIS and
DIAGNOSTICS
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applicable standards
SET-UP of all the
parameters in the
EN 50160 standard on
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Graphic display of all the
available parameters
Configuration and
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retrieval of the data
> Description
Depending on the model, the range of software for MAP allows:
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configuration of the MAP
creation of call sessions
display of the electrical parameters (monitoring mode)
retrieval of recorded data
analysis of the disturbances and transients
EN 50160 analysis
a point-to-point or client/server architecture
an automatic data retrieval engine
multi-equipment analysis sessions
external synchronization by server
an event viewer module for standby control rooms
report printing
transmission of alarms by e-mail, SMS, etc.
Generation of
reports
Software for MAP 607
Qual-SRT and Qual-View
Qual-SRT and Qual-View are dedicated software modules for the MAP607 single-phase network analyzer.
Qual-SRT: configuration and real-time display module for “online” display of:
- the measurements on the MAP607’s two channels
- the number of dips / swells / long interruptions / short interruptions / transients recorded
- the overall status of the last EN 50160 report
- the memory occupation rate
- the equipment date and time
Dynamic views are also available: trend curve (logger-type view) and bargraph of harmonics up to the 50th order.
Thanks to the ultra-fast self-declaring USB 2.0 link, this module can also be used for almost instantaneous recovery of the
data and deletion of the data from the equipment.
Qual-View: analysis and report generation module for MAP607-type data.
This provides a view of all the trend curves generated by the equipment and includes zoom and graphic display functions
concerning the limits of the power quality profile for each parameter.
Event-related views such as event signatures, waveforms and time/date-stamped event log can also be obtained using
dedicated tabs in the Qual-View software. It is possible to apply a power quality profile to the measurement campaign
retrieved from the MAP607.
Qual-SRT: real-time display of the waveform in
connection with a MAP607
Qual-SRT: real-time display of harmonics
bargraph
Qual-View: graphic display of the measurement
campaign retrieved (trends)
Qual-View: display of the waveform
of a retrieved event (interruption)
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MAP range
Model
Configuration software
Display software
Single-phase network analyzer
O R D E R
Reference
QUAL-SRT
QUAL-VIEW
MAP Software Range
Management and analysis software for the MAP range
E.Qual-Premium and E.Qual-Premium Server
The E.Qual-Premium software can be used to generate different views corresponding
to the different parameters present in the measurement campaign recovered with:
- the views of the events
- the views of the transients
- the views of trend curves
- the views of the measurement campaign summaries
- the reports generated directly in MS Word® format and, in addition
for the client / server version E.Qual-Premium Server:
- the multi-equipment graphic views
- the multi-equipment event logs
- the statistical views
The E.Qual-Premium and E.Qual-Premium Server software modules are compatible
with all the products in the MAP range.
Architecture
Point to point
Multi-equipment by successive targeting
Management of measurements in database
Multi-site / multi-equipment
Client / Server architecture
Number of devices managed
Data transfer
Manual
Selective transfer
Automatic transfer
Communication log
Measurement display
Real-time waveform and vectorial
Recorded curves
Curves with multi-equipment parameters
Global measurement campaign
Event display
List of events
Waveform and fast RMS
Sorted views
Statistical view of events
Report generation
Standard report covering one week
Report covering customizable period
E.Qual-Premium
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Multilingual structure
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Number of devices managed
Licence for managing additional equipment
Measurement management in file mode
Measurement management in SQL Server database
Multi-site / multi-equipment
Client / Server and single-station Client / Server architecture
Possibility of remote clients
Data transfer and type
Manual transfer
Automatic transfer
Selective transfer between start date and end date
Transfer of average, minimum and maximum values
Transfer of harmonics and interharmonics order by order
Transfer of frequencies
Transfer of summarized events
Transfer of half-period RMS curve signatures
Transfer of waveforms
Transfer of EN50160 reports and customized profiles
Real-time display
Measurement time period
Voltage / current / power values / unbalance / frequency
Dip / swell / transient counter
Macroscopic status of internal power quality report
U/I waveforms and Fresnel vector
THD U / THD I
Individual harmonics up to 50th order
Bargraph of U/I harmonics up to 50th order
Flicker indicator: Lfl, Pst, Plt
Configuration
CT / VT ratios
Storage intervals
Max / min limits of profile
Statistical integration (X%) for each parameter
Limit for dips / swells
Pre-time and post-time for RMS signature and waveform
Limit for transients
Pre-time and post-time for transients
Alarm events
SMS alarms
Unit, scale factor and offset for general inputs
Triggering on digital channels
Measurement campaign analysis
Graph of average values
Superimposing of half-period min / max envelope
Superimposing of min/max limit reached
Superimposing of power quality profile min/max limit
Multi-curve / multi-parameter graph
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Possibility of inserting retrieved file in base
Multi-parameter / multi-equipment graphics
Summarized multi-equipment event impact view
Multi-equipment list of summarized events
Interactive viewer: list / summarized view / detailed view
Multi-equipment event list sorting
Filtered multi-equipment summarized event list
Advanced event list filter
Event CSV export
Multi-equipment communication log
ITIC statistical viewer
SEMI47 statistical viewer
UNIPEDE table statistical viewer
Measurement campaign Excel export
Measurement campaign PQDIF export
Overview of energy values in selectable interval
CSV export of energy values
Administration of automatic remote retrieval
Frequency of automatic remote retrieval
Frequency: never/immediate/10 min / hour / day / week
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Management and analysis software for the MAP range
> General specifications
Parameters according to EN 50160
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Power supply voltage
Slow and rapid voltage variations
Short and long outages
Voltage dips and asymmetries
Harmonic and interharmonic voltages
50 Hz transient overvoltages
Harmonic breakdown up to 50th order
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armonics: current, voltage, power in relation
to the fundamental and in absolute terms
■ Phase shift of each harmonic order
■ Global THD global and order by order
■ Recognition of the direction of each harmonic order
Analysis of three-phase system unbalance
■ F licker measurement according to EN 61000-4-15:
short-term flicker (Pst), long-term flicker (Plt)
■ Measurement
of a system’s symmetry:
positive, negative, zero sequence components
■ Phase shift
■ Vectorial representation of voltage and current
Voltage and current
Analysis on networks
Flicker
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Power / Energy values
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Inductive or capacitive reactive power
Apparent power, power factor and Cos ϕ
Active energy produced and consumed
Inductive or capacitive reactive energy
Apparent energy
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(faultograph function)
■ L ocation of the fault, duration of the phenomenon
■A
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■A
nalysis of remote control signals:
definition and verification of the frame
■V
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(capacitors, filters, circuit-breakers)
> Dip / overvoltage / interruption / outage events
After retrieving the data recorded by the MAP network analyzers, the dip/overvoltage/interruption/outage events
captured when outside the programmed profile can be displayed in different views available in the E.Qual-Premium software.
The zoom function can be used on the views.
View of the signature curve of a voltage dip, obtained using
the fast RMS values refreshed every half-period.
The pre-time and post-time for recording are those
programmed in the MAP network analyzer.
View of the signature curve of a voltage dip superimposed
with the waveforms of the real signals on the three phases.
The waveforms are displayed with a high resolution matching
the sampling rate, i.e. 12,800 Hz. The event-related view is
given directly in the primary quantity, taking into account the
CT and VT transformation ratios of the substation where the
measurements were taken.
Management and analysis software for the MAP range
> Subcyclic transients
With the fast transient capture mode, transient events can be viewed with a resolution of 12.8 KHz or 2 MHz, depending on
the MAP model. The detection templates are in positive and/or negative dV/dT.
Three-phase view of a fast transient affecting the network’s
phases.
> Trend curves of the parameters recorded by the MAPs
The E.Qual-Premium software can manage a large number of trend curves. After retrieval the curves containing all the parameters covered
by the EN 50160 standard, as well as the power values, power factors and Cos ϕ can be viewed and zoomed on.
View of the trend curves of the three-phase voltages during a MAP
measurement campaign, as analysed by the graphic module of the
E.Qual-Premium software.
Stacked view of two different graphs from the same measurement
campaign. The E.Qual-Premium software allows you to stack as
many curves as you wish.
> Summary of the measurement campaign > Power Quality report view
View of the summary of the measurement campaign with the
time periods present for each type of parameter.
View of preformatted or customized reports generated directly in
MS Word® format. It is possible to create new report models which
will then be added to the existing report model library.
MAP Software Range
Management and analysis software for the MAP range
E.Qual-Premium Server
The client/server version of the E.Qual-Premium Server software provides a multi-equipment, multi-parameter view of the
measurements recovered by the automatic remote retrieval engine. It is then possible to put together totally customized
views by “dragging and dropping” the parameters of different equipment items into the display area. Summarized and
statistical views are also available.
Multi-equipment view with the client/server version of E.QualPremium. The parameters featuring in the view are chosen in
the equipment / parameters / phases tree structure located on
the left-hand side of the analysis window.
Multi-equipment log view of the dip / overvoltage / interruption /
outage events. A summarized view shows the occurrence times of
all the events recovered by the automatic remote retrieval engine.
When you select an event in the list, the same event is automatically highlighted in the summarized view. You can open the RMS /
waveform signature view by double-clicking on the event.
> Statistical views of the impacts of dips / overvoltages / interruptions
and outages compared with standardized templates such as the ITI profile,
SEMI 47 and UNIPEDE table.
Statistical view of the dip / overvoltage / interruption / outage
events compared with the ITI template
Statistical view of the dip / overvoltage / interruption / outage
events compared with the SEMI 47 template.
Management and analysis software for the MAP range
E.Qual-Premium Server architecture
The E.Qual-Premium Server architecture is ideal for applications where you want to analyse the energy quality measurements gathered
from several points in the electrical network and compile data supplied by different models in the MAP range. Thanks to its automatic
remote retrieval engine, the E.Qual-Premium Server software is capable of transferring the data from the different network analyzers
and integrating them into the system’s SQL-server® base. The multi-equipment analysis module can then use the measurements stored
in the database to generate composite views and statistics grouping information from several measurement points.
Electrical
Network
Réseau électrique
Distribution
Poste
substation
de répartition
Poste
de livraison
MV/LV
HTA/BT MAP 640
Metering
station
Point
de livraison
for industries
industries
pour
connected
MV level
raccordées
au to
niveau
HTA
MAP 620
620
HTA/BT
Metering
station
MV/LV
Point
de livraison
Metering
station
pour
légères
for industries
light industries
raccordées
connected au
to niveau
LV levelBT
MAP
MAP 620
Compact
MAP 607
MAP 607
E.Qual-Premium Server
MAP 640
Manual data retrieval
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SQL-Server
CommunicationsCoupleurs
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communication
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Manual data storage
in the database
Qual-SRT
Components of an E.Qual-Premium Server with the network analyzers, the communication links, the database and the analysis and graphic display
modules.
Audit and Troubleshooting Department
Engineers ready to listen and support any approach for electrical
network optimization.
PRODUCT
ADVANTAGES
A DEDICATED TEAM
to support your project
CUSTOMIZED AUDITS
based on
your specifications
Targeted studies FROM DOWNSTREAM OF THE MV/LV TRANSFORMER
THROUGH TO
YOUR TERMINAL
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
Enerdis uses Chauvin Arnoux®
and Metrix® instruments for its
troubleshooting activities
Experts carry out a
totally customized study
> Description
The specialized engineers comprising the ENERDIS TROUBLESHOOTING
DEPARTMENT propose electrical network auditing services. The goal is to help you
identify the main features of your industrial, tertiary and infrastructure networks.
Analysis of the parameters liable to cause malfunctions or excessive loads on the
installations.
Recommendation of solutions to meet the energy quality requirements.
Power supply faults and deterioration of electrical power supply quality cause disturbances whose cost is a major concern
for industrial companies. Prevention is the best strategy for dealing with harmonic distortion, outages, voltage variations and
transient phenomena.
Consequences of harmonic currents on the network
Often underestimated, harmonic currents cause problems at the level of both the distribution system and the installation:
- overheating of the neutral
- overheating of the transformers
- untimely tripping of protective devices
- overloading of capacitors
- skin effect in the conductors
The Enerdis Audit and Troubleshooting Department helps you to gain a better understanding of your electrical network and
supports you in your search for suitable solutions.
Power quality
■M
easurement of the energy quality parameters
and compliance with the levels required by the
EN 50160 standard
■ Evaluation of the parameters outside the template
and analysis of the danger for equipment and loads
downstreams
■ Evaluation of the interconnection parameters over
several integration periods for measurement periods
of up to one week
Study of the need for Power Factor Correction
■ E valuation of the power factor (cos ϕ) with activation
of different types of loads
■ Study of the need for Power Factor Correction to avoid
penalties during the period of reference
■ Recommendations for capacitor bank sizing: type of fixed/
regulated compensation, standard type of reinforcement,
H or SAH
Study of load profile
■ Global
energy survey of the site with study of the
power components over a significant load period
■ Evaluation of the load on the site’s MV/LV
transformers and possible overloading
■ Evaluation of the load profile observed
and the threshold effects on the tariff contract
Study of common-mode components
■M
easurement of the common-mode currents
liable to cause untimely tripping of CBs
■ Measurement of the common-mode voltages liable
to cause malfunctioning of sensitive downstream loads
Customized audits
In the context of the TROUBLESHOOTING activity, a made-tomeasure audit can be performed. Our experts carry out
a customized survey of the different technical points stipulated
in your specifications.
Study of harmonic pollution
■ Measurement
of harmonic pollution and evaluation at
different points in the electrical distribution system
■ Correlation with the activation of loads causing
disturbances
■ Global survey of harmonic pollution over a cycle
representative of the site’s load profile
■ Recommendation of filtering solutions
Work method: keeping as close as possible
to the statement of requirements
■ Contact
to assess the precise requirements in a partnership
between the customer and ENERDIS
■ Drafting
of a customized technical and sales offer
■ Definition
of a work schedule and the work method
proposed
■ Troubleshooting
inspection by experienced staff with all the
necessary electrical authorizations needed for on-site measurement work
■ Instrumentation
of the measurement points defined
in the troubleshooting work method and recording
of relevant measurements
■ Generation
of a troubleshooting report
with recommendations
CHAUVIN ARNOUX
Test et Mesure
190, rue Championnet
75876 PARIS Cedex 18
FRANCE
Tél. : +33 1 44 85 44 85
Fax : +33 1 46 27 73 89
info@chauvin-arnoux.fr
www.chauvin-arnoux.com
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MIDDLE EAST
Chauvin Arnoux Middle East
PO Box 60-154
1241 2020 JAL EL DIB
(Beirut) - LEBANON
Tel.: +961 1 890 425
Fax: +961 1 890 424
camie@chauvin-arnoux.com
www.chauvin-arnoux.com
UNITED KINGDOM
Chauvin Arnoux Ltd
Unit 1 Nelson Ct, Flagship Sq
Shaw Cross Business Pk, Dewsbury
West Yorkshire - WF12 7TH
Tel:+44 1924 460 494
Fax: +44 1924 455 328
info@chauvin-arnoux.co.uk
www.chauvin-arnoux.com
CHINA
Shanghai Pu-Jiang
Enerdis Instruments Co. Ltd
3 Floor, Building 1
N° 381 Xiang De Road
200081 SHANGHAI
Tel.: +86 21 65 21 51 96
Fax: +86 21 65 21 61 07
info@chauvin-arnoux.com.cn
SPAIN
Chauvin Arnoux Iberica SA
C/ Roger de Flor N°293, 1a Planta
08025 BARCELONA
Tel.: +34 902 20 22 26
Fax: +34 93 459 14 43
comercial@chauvin-arnoux.es
www.chauvin-arnoux.es
USA
Chauvin Arnoux Inc
d.b.a AEMC Instruments
200 Foxborough Blvd.
Foxborough - MA 02035
Tel.: +1 (508) 698-2115
Fax: +1 (508) 698-2118
sales@aemc.com
www.aemc.com
GERMANY
Chauvin Arnoux GmbH
Ohmstraße 1
77694 KEHL / RHEIN
Tel.: +49 07851 99 26-0
Fax: +49 07851 99 26-60
info@chauvin-arnoux.de
www.chauvin-arnoux.de
SCANDINAVIA
CA Mätsystem AB
Sjöflygvägen 35
SE-183 62 TABY
Tel.: +46 8 50 52 68 00
Fax: +46 8 50 52 68 10
info@camatsystem.com
www.camatsystem.com
ITALY
AMRA SpA
Via Sant’Ambrogio, 23
20846 MACHERIO (MB)
Tel.: +39 039 245 75 45
Fax: +39 039 481 561
info@amra-chauvin-arnoux.it
www.chauvin-arnoux.it
SWITZERLAND
Chauvin Arnoux AG
Moosacherstrasse 15
8804 AU / ZH
Tel.: +41 44 727 75 55
Fax: +41 44 727 75 56
info@chauvin-arnoux.ch
www.chauvin-arnoux.ch
ENERDIS
A local service
for a better service
A centralized contact
ENERDIS
16, rue Georges Besse - Silic 44
92182 ANTONY Cedex
FRANCE
www.enerdis.com
France
Tel.: 01 75 60 10 30
Fax: 01 46 66 62 54
info@enerdis.fr
International
Tel.: +33 1 75 60 10 30
Fax: +33 1 46 66 62 54
export@enerdis.fr
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PYROCONTROLE
6 bis, av du Docteur Schweitzer
69881 MEYZIEU Cedex
FRANCE
Tél. : +33 4 72 14 15 40
Fax : +33 4 72 14 15 41
info@pyrocontrole.com
www.pyrocontrole.com
2015/2015
MANUMESURE
45 route de Saint Eugène
14130 REUX
FRANCE
Tél. : +33 2 31 64 51 00
Fax : +33 2 31 64 51 52
info@manumesure.fr
www.manumesure.fr
See the complete automation relays
offering to meet all the requirements
of industry, the energy sector, rail, etc.
General catalog
General catalog 2015-2016
AUSTRIA
Chauvin Arnoux Ges.m.b.H
Slamastrasse 29/2/4
1230 WIEN
Tel.: +43 1 61 61 9 61
Fax: +43 1 61 61 9 61-61
vie-office@chauvin-arnoux.at
www.chauvin-arnoux.at
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10 SUBSIDIARIES WORLDWIDE
ENERDIS is the company specialized in fixed
equipment for measurement, testing, metering
and supervision of electrical networks, as well as
energy-control solutions for all utilities.
The company joined the CHAUVIN ARNOUX
Group in 1998, benefiting from the global R&D
teams integrated production facilities to offer
comprehensive expertise covering everything
from electrical measurement through to energy
performance.
Its offering is based around four major fields:
• Network supervision: quality analyzers,
measurement transducers, tariff meters, etc.
• Energy management systems: submeters,
power
monitors,
current
transformers,
environmental measurement sensors, energy
information systems, etc.
• Automation relays: instantaneous relays, timedelay relays, function relays and sockets.
DP 3693 - MAP leaflet GB - Ed. 1 - 05/2016
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Enerdis
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92182 ANTONY Cedex FRANCE
Tél : +33 1 75 60 10 30
Fax : +33 1 46 66 62 54
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www.enerdis.com
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