Electrical Measuring Instruments

Electrical Measuring Instruments
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Published by Iskra MIS, d. d. • Version 1.0, November 2011 • design Nimbus d.o.o.
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Electrical Measuring Instruments
Electrical Measuring
Instruments
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Index
Contents:
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Measuring Centres
MC 320 − Energy meter, MC 330 − Multimeter
MC 760/UMC 760 − Network Analyzer, MC 750/UMC 750 - Network Recorder
MC 740 − Multifunction Meter
MC 744 − Multifunction Meter, MC 754 − Network Recorder, MC 764 − Network Analyzer
MC 660/MC 666 − Network Analyzer for Rail Mounting
MC 650/MC 656 − Network Recorder for Rail Mounting
MC 640/MC 646 − Multifunction Meter for Rail Mounting
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Measuring Transducers
MT 5x0/UMT 5x0 Measuring Transducers
MT 560/UMT 560 − Transducer & Analyser
MT 550/UMT 550 − Transducer & Recorder
MT 540/UMT 540 − Multifunction Transducer
RD 500 − Remote Display for Measuring Transducers MT 5x0/UMT 5x0
MT 510/UMT 510 - Power Transducer
MT 511/UMT 511 - Power Transducer & Recorder
MT 516/UMT 516 - Voltage Transducer
MT 518/UMT 518 - Current Transducer
MT 406 - AC Voltage self powered Transducers
MT 408 - AC Current self powered Transducers
MT 416 - Programmable AC Voltage Transducers
MT 418 - Programmable AC Current Transducers
MT 440 - Multifunctional Transducers
MT 4xx - Measuring Transducers
MIBOX - Communicators
MIQEN
MISMART
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MI 480 − GSM Device for remote control
MI 485 − RS 232 / RS 485 Interface
MI 486, MI 488 − Interface TCP / IP
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Digital Meters with LED Display
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Communication Adapters
Digital Meters
Synchronization Meters
Energy Meters with Power Display 42
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Hour Meters & Pulse Countres
Hour Meters HK 30 - HK 49
Pulse Counters SI 63, SI 64, SI 65, MC 703, MC 723
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Analogue Meters
Active or Reactive Power Meters
Power Factor Meters
Pointer Frequency Meters
Reed Frequency Meters
Meter with Limit Contact
Meters for DC Voltage or Current with Moving Coil
TAP Position Meters with Moving Coil
Meters for AC Voltage or Current with Moving Coil and a Rectifier
Meters for DC Voltage or Current with Moving Coil
Meters for AC Voltage or Current with Moving Iron
Bimetal Maximum Current Meters
Combined Bimetal Maximum Current Meters
Phase Sequence Indicator and Temperature Meters
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MI 7033 Analogue Multiwattmeter
Multimeters
Educational Programme
MI 7022 Digital Temperature Meter
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Portable Meters
Equipment and Accessories
Shunts
Current Measuring Transformers
Special Demands
General Explanations Dimensional Drawings
Conection Diagrams
Instruments Conformity to Standards
NOTE:
Data about ENERGY METERS can be found in separate brochure.
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MC 320 - Energy Meter, MC 330 - Multimeter USE
For electricity distribution and energy production
companies, utilities, dwellings, energy management
solution providers, industry, business buildings, designers of small power stations, panel builders, etc.
Main features are:
• Measurements of instantaneous values for more than
60 quantities (U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, j, THD, MD …)
• 4 Energy counters
• Accuracy class U, I, P 0.5 (Active energy Class 1)
• Large frequency range from 16 2/3 Hz to 400 Hz
• Up to 2 tariff inputs (option)
• Up to 2 pulse or relay outputs (option)
• AC or Universal (option) power supply
• Graphical LCD; 128 x 64 dots with illumination
• Automatic range of nominal current (max. 12.5 A) and
voltage (option)
• User-adjustable display of measurements
• Multilingual support (13 languages)
• RS 485 or RS232 communication up to 115,200 bit/s (option)
• MODBUS communication protocol supported
• User-friendly PC MiQen software for setting via
RS485 or RS232 communication
Measurands
• RMS values of currents and voltages (only MC330)
• Measurements of active, reactive, apparent power and power factor (only MC330)
• Measurements of energy in all 4 quadrants
• Average values of measurands per interval (only MC330)
Input / output modules
The modules are available with double inputs/outputs. Each module has three terminals. The meter is available without, with one or with two modules. The following modules are available:
• Output module (relay version MC330 only) 2 outputs
• Tariff input 2 inputs
Output module is available as:
• Opto output according EN62053-31:2001 (27 V, 27 mA)
• Relay output in MC330 can be used for pulse output or alarm output (40 V, 1 A).
Communication
Option is communication module for reading measured val-ues and instrument setting. Available is RS232 or RS485
communication type module. Communication is galvanic separated from other circuits. For setting we suggest using
MIQEN software.
Supply
Standard is AC power supply enables connection of the meter to AC voltage (57.7 & 63.5 / 100 & 110 / 230 / 400).Option
is a universal power supply enables connection of the meter to DC (20−300 V) or AC voltage (48−276 V / 50 Hz).
MiQEN
MiQen software is intended for supervision of the meter on PC. It enables setting meter parameters that are transferred into the instrument via communication (option). Multilingual software functions on Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP
operating systems.
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Multimeter MC 330, Energy Meter MC 320
Accuracy
Accuracy is presented as percentage from nominal value of the measurand except when it is stated as an
absolute value.
Measurand
Accuracy
Rms current (I1, I2, I3, lavg, In, MD)
0.5
Rms phase voltage (U1, U2, U3, Uavg, MD)
25 … 600 V
0.5
Phase-to-phase voltage (U12, U23, U31, Uavg)
0.5
Frequency (f)
10 mHz
Power factor (PF)
0.5
Phase and phase-to-phase angle (ϕ, ϕ12, ϕ23, ϕ31)
0.5°
Active, reactive and apparent power
0.5
Active energy
EN 62053-21
Class 1
Reactive energy
EN 62053-23
Class 2
Pulse output
EN 62053-31
Class A & B
Inputs
Inputs signals
Current
Nominal frequency range
Voltage
50, 60 Hz
Measuring frequency range
16 - 400 Hz
Nominal value (In, Un)
1/5A
75, 120, 250, 500 VL-N
Maximal value
12.5 A
600 VL-N
Consumption
< 0.1 VA
< 0.1 VA
Power supply
Universal
AC
Nominal voltage AC
Power supply
48 - 276 V
57.7 & 63.5 / 100 & 110 / 230 / 400
Nominal frequency
40 - 65 Hz
40 - 65 Hz
Nominal voltage DC
20 - 300 V
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< 3 VA
< 3 VA
Consumption
Safety
Protection clas II
600 v rms, installation category II
300 v rms, installation category III
Safety
Pollution degree 2
in compliance with EN 61010-1:2002
Enclosure material
Enclosure protection
PC/ABS Incombustibility-self-extinguish ability, complying with UL 94 V-0
IP 52 (IP 00 for terminals) in compliance with EN 60529:1997
Reference conditions
Ambient temperature
-10 … 23 … 55 °C
Voltage input
+/- 20 % Un
Voltage input with voltage autorange
50 … 500 V
Current input
Active/reactive power factor
Waveform
0 … 100 % In
cos ϕ = 1 / sin ϕ
sinus
Ambient conditions
Temperature range of operation
-10 to +55 °C
Storage temperature range
-40 to +70 °C
Average annual humidity
Dimensional drawings on page 82.
Connection diagrams on pages 87.
Software on pages 32-35.
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MC 760/UMC 760 - NETWORK ANALYZER,
MC 750/UMC 750 - NETWORK RECORDER
USE
The MC 760/UMC 760 network analyzer is used for
permanent analysis of electric voltage quality in compliance with the EN 50160 standard. Records are
stored in the internal memory for the period of the last
3 years. Moreover, more than 170,000 deviations of
the measured quantities from the standard values are
stored, which enables finding of eventual reasons for
the problems on network. Optional limits and required
quality in a monitored period can be defined for each
monitored characteristic.
The meter measures and records the following
characteristics:
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Voltage deviations
Voltage dips
Voltage interruptions
Voltage unbalances
Over-voltages
Fast voltage changes
Flicker intensity
THD
Harmonics
Main features are:
• Evaluation of the quality of electric voltage in compliance with EN 50160 (only MC 760/UMC 760)
• Measurements of instantaneous values of more than 140 quantities (U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, ϕ, THD, MD,
energy, energy price by tariffs, etc.).
• Accuracy class 0.5
• Harmonic analysis of phase, phase-to-phase voltages and currents up to the 63th harmonic (only MC 760/ UMC 760)
• Recording up to 32 measured quantities and alarms in the internal memory (8 MB flash - MC 760/UMC 760,
4 MB flash - MC 750/ 750)
• Measurements of 40 minimal and maximal values in different time periods
• 32 adjustable alarms
• Wide frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
• RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s or Ethernet communication
• MODBUS and DNP3 communication protocol
• MMC memory card for data transmission, setting and upgrading
• Up to 4 inputs or outputs (analogue outputs, pulse outputs, alarm outputs, tariff inputs, pulse input, analogue input,
bistable alarm, digital input)
• Universal or AC power supply
• Graphical LCD 128 x 64 dots with illumination
• Automatic range of nominal current up to 5 A and nominal voltage up to 500 V
• Adjustable tariff clock, display of electric energy consumption in optional currency
• Multilingual support
• User-friendly PC MiQen software
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MC 760/UMC 760 - NETWORK ANALYZER,
MC 750/UMC 750 - NETWORK RECORDER
Handling the costs
A special meter function is cost evaluation of energy (active, reactive and total) by tariffs. The meter itself enables tracing
the energy costs in optional currency. The meter calculates consumption in optional currency by means of the adjustable tariff clock and electric energy price.
Input / output modules
The modules are available with double inputs/outputs using a common connection contact (except a bistable alarm
module - 1 output, 3 terminals). The meter is available without, with one or with two modules. The following modules
are available:
• Alarm output
2 outputs
• Analogue output
2 x 20 mA outputs
• Pulse output
2 outputs
• Tariff input
2 inputs
• Bistable alarm output 1 output
• Additional communication port (COM2)
• Pulse input
• Analogue Input
• Digital input Dimensional drawings on page 82.
Connection diagrams on pages 88,89.
Software on pages 32-35.
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MC 740/UMC 740 - Multifunction meter USE
The MC 740 multifunction meter is used for
monitoring and measuring electrical quantities of
a three-phase electric-energy distribution system. The meter is provided with 32 program adjustable alarms, up to four inputs or outputs and
communication. The meter can be set and measurements can be checked with the RS 232/RS
485 or Ethernet communication. The meter also
functions as an electricity meter, with the additional function of cost management by tariffs. A
tariff input or a tariff clock can be set. At tariff
clock setting, four periods and four work groups
as well as electric energy price for each period
and a work group (16 different price periods) are
available. Additionally, 20 places are available for
setting holidays or days when special tariff rules are
valid. As an electricity meter it records energy in all
four quadrants in four tariffs.
Main features are:
• Measurement of instantaneous values of more than 130 quantities
(U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, ϕ, MD, energy, energy price by tariffs, etc.).
• Accuracy class 0.5
• Measurement of 40 minimum and maximum values in different time periods
• 32 adjustable alarms
• Wide frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
• RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s or Ethernet communication
• MODBUS and DNP3 communication protocols
• MMC memory card for setting and upgrading the meter
• Up to 4 inputs or outputs (analogue outputs, pulse outputs, alarm outputs, tariff inputs, pulse input, analogue input,
bistable alarm, digital input)
• Universal or AC power supply
• Graphic LCD 128 x 64 dots with illumination
• Automatic range of nominal current up to 5 A and nominal voltage up to 500 V
• Adjustable tariff clock, display of electric energy consumption in optional currency
• Multilingual support
• User-friendly PC MiQen software
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MC 740/UMC 740 - Multifunction meter
Handling the costs
A special meter function is cost evaluation of energy (active, reactive and total) by tariffs. The meter itself enables tracing
the energy costs in optional currency. The meter calculates consumption in optional currency by means of the adjustable tariff clock and electric energy price.
Input / output modules
The modules are available with double inputs/outputs using a common connection contact (except a bistable alarm
module - 1 output, 3 terminals). The meter is available without, with one or with two modules. The following modules are
available:
• Alarm output
2 outputs
• Analogue output 2 x 20 mA outputs
• Pulse output
2 outputs
• Tariff input
2 inputs
• Bistable alarm output
1 output
• Pulse input
• Analogue Input
• Digital input
Dimensional drawings on page 82.
Connection diagrams on pages 88,89.
Software on pages 32-35.
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MC764-NETWORKANALYZER,MC754-NETWORK
RECORDER,MC744-MULTIFUNCTIONMETER
DESCRIPTION
Themeterisintendedformeasuring,analysingand
monitoringsingle-phaseorthree-phaseelectricalpower
network.ThemetermeasuresRMSvalueaccording
totheprincipleoffastsamplingofvoltageandcurrent
signals.Abuilt-inmicroprocessorcalculatesmeasurands
(voltage,current,frequency,energy,power,powerfactor,
THDphaseangles,etc.)fromthemeasuredsignals.
USE
MetersfromMC7x4seriesaredesignedfor
environmentswherebesidemeasurementofthreephaseelectricalpowernetworkadditionalanalogueor
digitalmeasurements/controlsmustbemadewithout
additionalhardware(PLC,OPLC,...).Metersarehoused
inenclosure144mmx144mm.
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Digitalinputs/outputs
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EvaluationoftheelectricitysupplyqualityincompliancewithEN50160(onlyMC764)
Measurementsofinstantaneousvaluesofmorethan140quantities(U,I,P,Q,S,PF,PA,f,ϕ,THD,MD,
energy,energycostbytariffs,etc.)
Accuracyclass0.5(optional0.2)
Harmonicanalysisofphase,phase-to-phasevoltagesandcurrentsuptothe63rdharmonic(onlyMC764)
Recordingupto32measurandsand32alarmsintheinternalmemory(onlyMC754/764)
Measurementsof40minimalandmaximalvaluesindifferenttimeperiods
32adjustablealarms
Frequencyrangefrom16Hzto400Hz
RS232/RS485communicationupto115,200bit/sorEthernet&USBcommunication
MODBUSandDNP3communicationprotocol
MMC/SDcardfordatatransmission,settingandupgrading
Upto4inputsoroutputs(analogueoutputs,pulseoutputs,alarmoutputs,tariffinputs,pulseinput,analogueinput,
bistablealarm,digitalinput)
AdditionalI/Omoduleswithupto16digitalinputsoroutputs,orupto8analogueoutputs
Additionalcommunicationport(COM2)
Universalpowersupply
GraphicalLCD;128x64dotswithillumination
Automaticrangeofnominalcurrentandvoltage(max.12.5Aand750V)
Adjustabletariffclock,displayofelectricenergyconsumptioninoptionalcurrency
Multilingualsupport
User-friendlyPCMiQensoftware
Additionalanalogueordigitalmeasurements/controlscanbemadewithoutadditionalhardware(PLC,OPLC,etc.)
Dimensionaldrawingsonpage82.
Connectiondiagramsonpages90.
Softwareonpages32-35.
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Family of MC 7x0/UMC 7x0, MC 7x4
- Comparison and common characteristics
Instrument
DIN 96
ANSI 100
MC 744
MC 754
MC 764
MC 740
MC 750
MC 760
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UMC 750
UMC 760
Hardware configuration
Backlight LCD 128x64
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Slot for SD/MMC card
Universal
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Univ., AC
Univ., AC
Univ., AC
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Energy meters
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Real time clock
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Communication ports
RS232 & RS485 / Ethernet & USB
Modbus and DNP3
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I/O Slot 1 (2PO / 2PI / 2TI / 2AL / 2AI / 2PI / 1BA
/ 2AN / 2DI / COM2)
I/O Slot 2 (2PO / 2PI / 2TI / 2AL / 2AI / 2PI / 1BA
/ 2AN / 2DI / COM2*)
I/O Slot 3 (8AL / 8DO / 8DI / 4AN / 4AIR / 4AIU
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I/O Slot 4 (8AL / 8DO / 8DI / 4AN / 4AIR / 4AIU
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Available functions
Setup wizard
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MIQen
Available measurements
Actual values: U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, ϕ
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Up to 63rd
Up to 31st
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Up to 63rd
Harmonics
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Family of MC 7x0/UMC 7x0, MC 7x4
- Comparison and common characteristics
Legend:
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• - MC has feature
º - optional function
PO - pulse output
PI - pulse input
TI - tariff input
AL - alarm output
AN - analogue output
AI - analogue input
BI - bistable alarm
DI - digital input
TF - thermal function
FW - fixed window
SW - sliding window
COM - additional communication port (COM2)
INPUTS
Input signals
Current
Nominal frequency range
Voltage
50−60 Hz
Measuring frequency range
16 2/3−400 Hz
Nominal value (In, Un)*
Maximum value (sinus curve)
Rating
Consumption
5A
500 V L-N
12,5 A
750 V L-N
1−5 A
57,7−500 V L-N
< 0,1 VA
< 0,1 VA
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POWER SUPPLY
Supply
Universal
AC
Power Supply
48−276 V
Nominal voltage AC
40−65 Hz
40−65 Hz
Nominal voltage DC
20−300 V
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< 10 VA*
< 8 VA
57,7 / 63,5 / 100 / 110 / 230 / 400 500 V
Nominal frequency
* Consumption at MC 7x0 family is < 7 VA
ACCURACY
Measured quantity
Accuracy
Rms current (I1, I2, I3, Iavg, In)
Rms phase voltage (U1, U2, U3, Uavg)
0,5 (optional 0,2)
62.5 −750 V
Phase-to-phase voltage (U12, U23, U31, Uavg)
0,5 (optional 0,2)
0.5 (optional 0,2)
Frequency (f)
0.02
Power factor (PF)
0.5
Phase and phase-to-phase angle (ϕ, ϕ12, ϕ 23, ϕ 31)
0.5
THD
0…400 %
0.5
Active power
0.5 (optional 0.2)
Reactive power
1.0 (optional 0.5)
Apparent power
1.0 (optional 0.5)
Active energy
EN 62053-21
Reactive energy
EN 62052-23
Class 1 (optional 0.5S)
Class 2
Real time clock
1 min./month (30 ppm)
Analogue output
+- 0.2 mA
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MC 660/MC 666 NETWORK ANALYZER FOR
RAIL MOUNTING
USE
The instrument is used for permanent analysis of electricity supply quality in compliance with the EN 50160
standard. A partition in the internal memory is reserved
for storing reports for a period of the last seven years.
The internal memory capacity enables storing of more
than 170,000 variations of the measurements from the
standard values, which enables finding eventual reasons
for the problems in network. Limits and required quality
in a monitored period can be defined for each monitored
characteristic. The following characteristics are
measured and recorded:
• Frequency variations
• Voltage variations
• Voltage unbalances
• Voltage dips
• Voltage interruptions
• Rapid voltage changes
• Flickers Pst & Plt
• Temporary over voltages
• THD's
• Harmonics
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Evaluation of the electricity supply quality in compliance with EN 50160
Measurements of instantaneous values of more than 150 quantities (U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, ϕ, T HD, MD,
energy, energy cost by tariffs, etc.)
Accuracy class 0.5
Harmonic analysis of phase, phase-to-phase voltages and currents up to the 63rd harmonic
Recording up to 32 measurements and 32 alarms in the internal memory (8 MB flash)
Measurements of 40 minimal and maximal values in different time periods
32 adjustable alarms
Frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
RS 485 communication up to 115.200 bit/s
MODBUS and DNP3 communication protocol
Up to 4 (2+2) inputs or outputs (pulse outputs, alarm outputs, tariff inputs, digital inputs)
Universal power supply 48-276V AC, 20-300V DC
Graphical LCD; 128 x 64 dots with illumination
Direct 65 A connection (MC 666)
CT 5 A connection (MC 660)
Housing for DIN rail mounting
Adjustable tariff clock, display of electric energy consumption in optional currency
Multilingual support
User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 82.
Connection diagrams on pages 91, 92.
Software on pages 32-35.
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MC 650/MC 656 NETWORK RECORDER
FOR RAIL MOUNTING
USE
The instrument is used for monitoring, measuring
and recording measurements of electric quantities of
electrical power distribution system. Up to 32 measurements and up to 32 alarms are recorded in the
internal memory. The memory is separated into two
sections for measurements (A and B) and one section
for recording alarms. The memory division is defined
by the user via communication.
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Measurements of instantaneous values of more than 150 quantities (U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, ϕ, THD, MD,
energy, energy cost by tariffs, etc.)
Accuracy class 0.5
Harmonic analysis of phase, phase-to-phase voltages and currents up to the 31st harmonic
Recording up to 32 measurements and 32 alarms in the internal memory (8 MB flash)
Measurements of 40 minimal and maximal values in different time periods
32 adjustable alarms
Frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
RS 485 communication up to 115.200 bit/s
MODBUS and DNP3 communication protocol
Up to 4 (2+2) inputs or outputs (pulse outputs, alarm outputs, tariff inputs, digital inputs)
Universal power supply 48-276 V AC, 20 - 300 V DC
Graphical LCD; 128 x 64 dots with illumination
Direct 65 A connection (MC 656)
CT 5 A connection (MC 650)
Housing for DIN rail mounting
Adjustable tariff clock, display of electric energy consumption in optional currency
Multilingual support
User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 82.
Connection diagrams on pages 91, 92.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Centres
MC 640/MC 646 MULTIFUNCTION METER
FOR RAIL MOUNTING
USE
The instrument is used for monitoring and measuring
electric quantities of three-phase electrical power
distribution system. The meter is provided with 32
program adjustable alarms, a serial communication
port, two pulse (alarm) outputs and two tariff (digital)
inputs. The meter can be set and measurements can be
checked with the RS485 communication. The meter also
functions as an energy counter, with the additional function of cost management by tariffs. A tariff input or a tariff
clock can be set. At tariff clock setting, four seasons and
four day groups as well as energy cost for each period
and a day group (16 different cost periods) are available.
Additionally, 20 places are available for setting holidays.
As an energy counter it can record energy in all four
quadrants in four tariffs.
FEATURES
•Measurements of instantaneous values of more than 150 quantities (U, I, P, Q, S, PF, PA, f, ϕ, MD, energy,
energy cost by tariffs, etc.)
•Accuracy class 0.5
•Harmonic analysis of phase, phase-to-phase voltages and currents up to the 31st harmonic
•Measurements of 40 minimal and maximal values in different time periods
•32 adjustable alarms
•Frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
•RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s
•MODBUS and DNP3 communication protocol
•Up to 4 (2+2) inputs or outputs (pulse outputs, alarm outputs, tariff inputs, digital inputs)
•Universal power supply 48-276 V AC, 20-300 V DC
•Graphical LCD 128 x 64 dots with illumination
•Direct 65 A connection (MC646)
•CT 5 A connection (MC640)
•Housing for DIN rail mounting
•Adjustable tariff clock, display of electric energy consumption in optional currency
•User-adjustable display of measurements
•Multilingual support
•User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 82.
Connection diagrams on pages 91, 92.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 5x0/UMT 5x0
- Comparison and common characteristics
Standard EN
61010-1: 2001
60688:1995 /
A2: 2001
50160:2010
Description
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control and laboratory use Electrical measuring transducers for converting
AC electrical variables into analogue and digital
signals Voltage characteristics of electricity supplied by
public distribution networks EMC requirements for electrical equipment for
61326-1:2006
Main features of all MT 5x0/UMT 5x0 Measuring Transducers
• Accuracy 0.2 (IEC EN 60688), 0.1 (on communication)
• 4 I/O modules:
- up to 4 analogue outputs
- up to 4 analogue inputs
- up to 4 digital inputs
- up to 4 digital outputs
- up to 4 pulse outputs
- up to 2 tariff inputs
- up to 4 alarms
- with combination of previously listed inputs/outputs
- watchdog relay output
• An additional COM2 serial communication module
can be set instead of the 4th I/O module
• Pulse outputs can be set separately for the chosen
tariff and for all tariffs together
• For an analogue output with the ranges +/- 20
mA and +/- 10 V, other ranges are set with software
• Analogue inputs support bipolar voltage (+/- 10V) or
bipolar current (+/- 20mA) or two-wire temperature
(PT1000; -200°C to +850°C) and resistance (up to 4 kΩ)
• 2 communication ports:
- COM1: 3 ways of communication, always just one
available: serial (RS232/485) or USB or Ethernet & USB
• Communication protocols: Modbus (115,200 b/s), DNP3
• A transducers automatically detects communication
protocole (MODBUS/DNP3)
• Frequency ranges: 16 2/3 Hz / 45-65 Hz / 400 Hz
• Real-time clock
• Universal auxiliary supply
• Dimension UMT 5x0 160 mm (weight) x 75 mm
(height) x 125 mm (depth)
• User friendly and powerful settings software MiQen
measurement, control and laboratory use Part 1: General requirements 60529:1997/
Degrees of protection provided by enclosures
A1:2000
(IP code)
60 068-2-1/ -2/
Environmental testing (-1 Cold, -2 Dry heat,
-6/ -27/-30
-30 Damp heat, -6 Vibration, -27 Shock) UL 94
Tests for flammability of plastic materials for parts
in devices and appliances
Table 1: Compliance with standards
Tariff inputs:
• Nominal voltage - Un: 230 V
• Voltage supply: 0.8..1, 15 Un
• Current at nominal voltage < 0.5 mA
• Tariff inputs are electrically isolated from
other circuits.
MiQen
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MeasuringTransducers
MT5x0/UMT5x0
-Comparisonandcommoncharacteristics
Instrument Description
MultifunctionTransducer
NetworkRecorder
NetworkAnalyzer
ANSItype
UMT540
UMT550
UMT560
DINtype
MT540
MT550
MT560
0.2
0.2
0.2
Hardware Configuration
Accuracyclass(typical,ofreading)%
Uni-LO/Uni-HI*
Uni-LO/Uni-HI*
Uni-LO/Uni-HI*
Energycounters
Powersupply
4
4
4
Realtimeclock
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•
•
Remotedisplayconnection***
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•
•
FLASHMemorysize
-
8Mb
8Mb
AutorangeCurrent
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•
AutorangeVoltage
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•
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Input Range
Current-In=5A,max.12A
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•
•
Voltage-Un=500VL-N,max.750VL-Nsin
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Frequency-162/3Hzor45to65Hzor300Hzor400Hz
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•
•
Communication
Communicationports
Comm.type:Serial(RS485+RS232)/Ethernet/USB/Ethernet&USB**
1Standard+1Optional***
1Standard+1Optional***
1Standard+1Optional***
•/•/-/•
•/•/-/•
•/•/-/•
Comm.protocol:Modbus(RTU,TCP)andDNP3
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•
•
Inputs/Outputs
I/O1:AN/DI/DO/PO/TI/AL
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / I/O2:AN/DI/DO/PO/TI/AL
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / I/O3:AN/DI/DO/PO/TI/AL
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / I/O4:AN/DI/DO/PO/TI/AL/COM2*
Available Functions
Programmablerefreshtime(Communication)
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•
•
MDcalculation(TF,FW,SW)
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•
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Tariffclock
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•
Costmanagement
•
•
•
32
32
32
Alarmsrecording
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•
•
Measurementsrecording
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•
•
PowersupplyqualityEN50160
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-
•
MiQen
MiQen
MiQen
Programmablealarms
PCSoftware
Available Measurements
Actualvalues:U,I,P,Q,S,PF,PA,f, ϕ
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•
•
Energy
•
•
•
Maximumdemands
•
•
•
Minimumvalues:U,I,P,Q,S,PF,PA,f, ϕ
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•
•
Maximumvalues:U,I,P,Q,S,PF,PA,f, ϕ
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THD
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upto31st
upto31st
upto63rd
Harmonics
* Uni-LO:lowvoltage(45...70VAC,19...70VDC);Uni-HI:highvoltage(70...276VAC,70...300VDC)
** Withsomelimits(seeUser'sManualMT/UMT5x0)
***Theoptionalcommunicationport(COM2)excludestheremoteLEDdisplayconnectionandsupportsonlyRS485serialcommunicationtypethrough
the4thI/Oconnectorslot
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Legend:
- -featurenotsupported
•-standardfeature
-optionalfeature
PO -pulseoutput
TI -tariffinput
AL -alarmoutput
AN-analogueoutput
DI-digitalinput
DO-digitaloutput
TF-thermalfunction
FW-fixedwindow
SW-slidingwindow
/
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Measuring Transducers
MT 560/UMT 560 - TRANSDUCER & ANALYZER
USE
The MT 560/UMT 560 multi transducer and
analyzer is used for a permanent analysis of
electricity supply quality in compliance with the
EN 50160 standard. Records are stored in the
internal memory for the period of the last three
years. Moreover, more than 100,000 deviations
of the measurands from the standard values are
stored, which enables finding eventual reasons for
the problems in network.
Input ranges width enables measurement of all
basic AC voltages and currents. The transducer
generates and accepts different I/O signals.
An analogue output signal is proportional to measurand and is intended for the control of analogue
and digital devices. A pulse output is intended for
sending data to devices for checking and supervising consumed energy.
The transducer measures and records the following characteristics:
• Frequency deviations
• Voltage deviations
• Voltage clips
• Voltage interruptions
• Voltage unbalances
• Over-voltages
• Fast voltage changes
• Flicker intensity
• THD
• Harmonics
Besides the features listed in the chapter “Family of Measuring Transducers MT 5x0/UMT 5x0 - comparison and
common characteristics”, the transducer also has other features:
• Harmonic analysis of phase, phase-to-phase voltages and currents up to the 63rd harmonic (only MT/UMT 560)
• 32 adjustable alarms
• Recording up to 32 measurands and 32 alarms in the internal memory (8 MB flash)
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 94-97.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 550/UMT 550 - TRANSDUCER & RECORDER,
MT 540/UMT 540 - MULTIFUNCTION TRANSDUCER
USE
The MT 550/UMT 550 transducer and analyzer is used for monitoring, measuring and recording measurements of
electric quantities in electrical power distribution system. Measurements are stored in internal flash memory (8 MB).
Both measuring transducers (U)MT 550 and (U)MT 540 measure basic parameters (U, I, P) very precisely with
accuracy class 0.2 according to the IEC EN 60688 standard.
Input range width enables measurement of all basic AC voltage or current. The transducer generates and
accepts different I/O signals. An analogue output signal is proportional to measurand and is intended for the
control of analogue and digital devices. A pulse output is intended for sending data to devices for checking and
supervising consumed energy.
Besides the features listed in the chapter “Family of Measuring Transducers MT 5x0/UMT 5x0 - comparison and
common characteristics”, the transducer also has other features:
•Harmonic analysis of phase, phase-to-phase voltages and currents up to the 31rd harmonic
•32 adjustable alarms
•Recording up to 32 measurands and 32 alarms in the internal memory (8 MB flash, only MT/UMT 550).
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 94-97.
Software on pages 32-35.
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MeasuringTransducers
RD500-REMOTEDISPLAYFORMEASURING
TRANSDUCERSMT5x0/UMT5x0
Features:
•Remoteapplicationformeasuringtransducers
(U)MT560,(U)MT550,(U)MT540
•Networkconnectionforupto32transducers
•RS485communication
•Universalpowersupply48-276VAC,20-300VDC
•GraphicalLCD128x64dots
•Multilingualsupport
Remote display is very useful for a quick survey of all
measured parameters or for setting up the (U)MT5xx
measuringtransducerswithoutthePC.Navigationkeys
and graphical LCD display enable remote application
and remote display settings. By choosing different RD
500 target communication addresses it is possible to
trackmeasurementsandchangesettingsforupto32
(U)MT5x0measuringtransducers.
ETHERNET
MODBUS TCP
USB 2.0
RS232/485
RS485
1
2
32
Dimensionaldrawingsonpage81.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 510/UMT 510 - POWER TRANSDUCER
(U)MT 510 is intended for measuring and monitoring single-phase electrical power network. Voltage and current inputs
are electrically isolated from the system by means of highly resistive input chain and current transformer respectively.
It measures true RMS values by means of fast sampling of voltage and current signals, which makes instruments suitable for acquisition of transient events. A built-in microcontroller calculates measurands (voltage, current, frequency,
energy, power, power factor, power angles, THD U, THD I, MD) from the measured signals.
Features
•Measurements of instantaneous values of all single phase values; U, I, P, Q, S, f, ϕ, energy, THD U, THD I, MD
•Power accuracy class 0.2
•16 adjustable alarms
•Wide frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
•RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s or USB communication or Ethernet and USB
communication simultaneously
•MODBUS communication protocol
•Up to 2 inputs or outputs (analogue outputs, digital inputs, alarm (digital) outputs, pulse outputs)
•Universal power supply (two voltage ranges)
•Automatic range of nominal current and voltage (max. 12.5 A and 600 VL-N)
•Housing for a DIN rail mounting
•User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 98.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 511/UMT 511 - POWER TRANSDUCER & RECORDER
(U)MT 511 is intended for measuring and monitoring single-phase electrical power network. Voltage and current inputs
are electrically isolated from the system by means of highly resistive input chain and current transformer, respectively.
It measures true RMS values by means of fast sampling of voltage and current signals, which makes instruments suitable for acquisition of transient events. A built-in microcontroller calculates measurands (voltage, current, frequency,
energy, power, power factor, power angles, THD U, THD I, MD) from the measured signals.
Features
•Measurements of instantaneous values of all single phase values; U, I, P, Q, S, f, ϕ, energy, THD U, THD I, MD
•Power accuracy class 0.2
•Recording of up to 8 measurands and 16 alarms in the internal memory (8 MB flash)
•16 adjustable alarms
•Wide frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
•RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s or USB communication or Ethernet and USB
communication simultaneously
•MODBUS communication protocol
•Up to 2 inputs or outputs (analogue outputs, digital inputs, alarm (digital) outputs, pulse outputs)
•Universal power supply (two voltage ranges)
•Automatic range of nominal current and voltage (max. 12.5 A and 600 VL-N)
•Housing for a DIN rail mounting
•User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 98.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 516/UMT 516 - VOLTAGE TRANSDUCER
(U)MT 516 is intended for measuring and monitoring single-phase electrical power network. Voltage input is electrically
isolated from the system by means of highly resistive input chain. It measures true RMS voltage value by means of
fast sampling of voltage signals, which makes instruments suitable for acquisition of transient events. A built-in microcontroller calculates measurands (voltage, frequency, THD U) from the measured signals. Measurands can then be
converted into load independent DC current or voltage which is proportional to the true RMS measured value for the
purpose of regulating analogue and/or digital devices.
Features
•Measurements of true RMS voltage, frequency THD U
•High accuracy class 0.2 (IEC-688)
•Wide frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
•16 adjustable alarms
•RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s or USB communication or Ethernet and USB
communication simultaneously
•MODBUS communication protocol
•Up to 2 inputs or outputs (analogue outputs, digital inputs, alarm outputs, digital outputs)
•Universal power supply (two voltage ranges)
•Automatic range of nominal voltage (max. 600 VL-N)
•Housing for a DIN rail mounting
•User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 98.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 518/UMT 518 - CURRENT TRANSDUCER
(U)MT 518 is intended for measuring and monitoring single-phase electrical power network. Input current is electrically
isolated from the system by means of current transformer. (U)MT518 measures true RMS current value by means of
fast sampling of current signals, which makes instruments suitable for acquisition of transient events. A built-in microcontroller calculates measurands (current, frequency, THD I) from the measured signals. Measurands can then be
converted into load independent DC current or voltage which is proportional to the true RMS measured value for the
purpose of regulating analogue and/or digital devices.
Features
•Measurements of true RMS current, frequency, THD I
•High accuracy class 0.2 (IEC-688)
•Wide frequency range from 16 Hz to 400 Hz
•16 adjustable alarms
•RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s or USB communication or Ethernet and USB
communication simultaneously
•MODBUS communication protocol
•Up to 2 inputs or outputs (analogue outputs, digital inputs, alarm outputs, digital outputs)
•Universal power supply (two voltage ranges)
•Automatic range of nominal current (max. 12.5 A)
•Housing for a DIN rail mounting
•User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 98.
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 406 - AC VOLTAGE SELF POWERED TRANSDUCER
MT406 is intended for measuring and monitoring voltage in electrical power network. Voltage input is electrically
insulated from the system by means of voltage transformer. The signal is rectified, smoothed and amplified into an
independent DC current output.
APPLICATION
The MT406 voltage transducer is used for a permanent monitoring of a single-phase voltage value. PLCs, PCs, microprocessor control, indicators, alarms units etc. can be operated by the output signal. Voltage input can be connected
either directly to low-voltage network or shall be connected to network via a corresponding voltage transformer (with
standard 100V output).
Features:
• Sinusoidal AC voltage measurements
• Voltage range measurements up to 500 VL-N
• Galvanic insulation between input and output
• Accuracy class 0.5
• Self powered
• Housing for DIN rail mounting
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 99.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 408 - AC CURRENT SELF POWERED TRANSDUCER
MT408 is intended for measuring and monitoring single-phase electrical power network. Current input is electrically
insulated from the system by means of current transformer. The signal is rectified, smoothed and amplified into an
independent DC current output.
APPLICATION
The MT408 current transducer is used for a permanent monitoring of a single-phase current value. PLCs, PCs, microprocessor control, indicators, alarms units etc. can be operated by the output signal. Current input can be connected
either directly to low-voltage network or shall be connected to network via a corresponding current transformer (with
standard 1 A or 5 A output).
Features:
• Sinusoidal AC current measurements
• Current range measurements up to 6 A
• Galvanic insulation between input and output
• Accuracy class 0.5
• Self powered
• Housing for DIN rail mounting
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 99.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 416 - PROGRAMMABLE AC VOLTAGE TRANSDUCER
MT416 is intended for measuring and monitoring
single-phase electrical power network. Voltage
input is electrically isolated from the system by
means of voltage transformer. It measures true
RMS voltage value by means of fast sampling of
voltage signals, which makes instruments suitable for acquisition of transient events. A built-in
microcontroller calculates measurands (voltage,
frequency, THD U, MD) from the measured signals. Measurands (U, f) can be then converted
into load independent DC current or voltage
which is proportional to the true RMS measured
value for the purpose of regulation of analogue
and/or digital devices.
APPLICATION
The MT416 voltage transducer is used for a permanent monitoring of a single-phase voltage and frequency values.
MT416 is delivered configured to default values. Subsequent customer configuration is possible with user friendly
setting software MiQen. MT416 supports standard serial RS232/485 with speed up to 115200 bps. USB 2.0 can be
used for a fast set-up or memory acquisition (after installation USB connection is not possible any more). Additional
USB 2.0 interface can only be used for a fast set- up without need for auxiliary power supply. This interface is NOT
galvanically isolated from analogue output and can be used ONLY unconnected to aux. supply and measuring
inputs.
Features:
• True RMS AC voltage measurements
• Voltage auto range measurements up to 600 VL-N
• Frequency measurement range 16 - 400 Hz
• AC or universal wide auxiliary power supply range 24 - 300 Vdc, 40 - 276 Vac
• Accuracy class 0.5 (EN 60688)
• Serial (RS232 or RS485) communication
• Sophisticated analogue output; 2 voltage and 4 current ranges, non-linear characteristics …
• Simple USB setting without auxiliary power supply
PROPERTIES
• Measurements of true RMS voltage, frequency THD U and MD
• Accuracy class 0.5 (EN 60688)
• Input frequency range: 50/60 Hz, 400 Hz
• RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115, 200 bit/s and USB 2.0 communication • MODBUS communication protocol
• Universal power supply or transformer power supply
• Automatic range (max. 600 VL-N)
• Housing for DIN rail mounting
• User-friendly PC MiQen software
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
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Connection diagrams on pages 99.
Software on pages 32-35.
Measuring Transducers
MT 418 - PROGRAMMABLE AC CURRENT TRANSDUCER
MT418 is intended for measuring and monitoring
single-phase electrical power network. Current input
is electrically isolated from the system by means of
current transformer. It measures true RMS current
value by means of fast sampling of current signals,
which makes instruments suitable for acquisition of
transient events. A built-in microcontroller calculates
measurands (current, frequency, THD U, MD) from
the measured signals. Measurands (I, f) can be then
converted into load independent DC current or voltage which is proportional to the true RMS measured
value for the purpose of regulation of analogue and/
or digital devices.
APPLICATION
The MT418 current transducer is used for a permanent monitoring of a single-phase current and frequency values.
MT418 is delivered configured to default values. Subsequent customer configuration is possible with user friendly setting software MiQen. MT418 supports standard serial RS232/485 with speed up to 115200 bps. USB 2.0 can be used
for a fast set-up or memory acquisition (after installation USB connection is not possible any more). Additional USB 2.0
interface can only be used for a fast set- up without need for auxiliary power supply. This interface is NOT galvanically
isolated from analogue output and can be used ONLY unconnected to aux. supply and measuring inputs.
Features:
• True RMS AC current measurements
• Current auto range measurements up to 12 A
• Frequency measurement range 16 - 400 Hz
• AC or universal wide auxiliary power supply range 24 - 300 Vdc, 40 - 276 Vac
• Accuracy class 0.5 (EN 60688)
• Serial (RS232 or RS485) communication
• Sophisticated analogue output; 2 voltage and 4 current ranges, non-linear characteristics …
• Simple USB setting without auxiliary power supply
PROPERTIES
• Measurements of true RMS current, frequency, THD I and MD
• Accuracy class 0.5 (EN 60688)
• Input frequency range: 50/60 Hz, 400 Hz
• RS 232/RS 485 communication up to 115,200 bit/s and USB 2.0 communication
• MODBUS communication protocol
• Universal power supply or transformer power supply
• Automatic range (max. 12 A)
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
• Housing for DIN rail mounting
Connection diagrams on pages 99.
• User-friendly PC MiQen software
Software on pages 32-35.
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Measuring Transducers
MT 440 - MULTIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCER
MT440 are intended for measuring and monitoring single-phase or three-phase electrical power
network. They measure RMS value by means of
fast sampling of voltage and current signals, which
makes instruments suitable for acquisition of transient events. A built-in microcontroller calculates
measurands (voltage, current, frequency, energy,
power, power factor, THD phase angles, etc.) from
the measured signals.
APPLICATION
The MT440 multifunction transducer is used for measuring and monitoring of all single-phase or three-phase values.
Wide range of various I/O modules makes MT440 a perfect choice for numerous applications. MT440 is delivered
un-configured for customer configuration with user friendly setting software MiQen. MT440 supports standard serial
communication RS232 or RS485 with speed up to 115200 baud, which is perfect for simple applications and serial
bus interfacing. Additional USB 2.0 interface can only be used for a fast set-up without need for auxiliary power supply. This interface is NOT galvanically isolated from power inputs (aux. supply and measurement inputs) and can be
used ONLY unconnected to power inputs.
Features:
• Voltage and current auto range measurements up to 600V, 12.5A
• Universal wide auxiliary power supply range 24 - 300 Vdc, 40 - 276 Vac
• Power accuracy class 0.5 (EN 60 688)
• Up to four I/O modules (analogue out, pulse out, alarm out, general purpose digital out)
• Sophisticated analogue out; 2 voltage and 4 current ranges, non-linear characteristics …
• Simple USB setting without auxiliary power supply
PROPERTIES
• Measurements of instantaneous values of more than 50 quantities
(V, A, kW, kVA, kvar, kWh, kvarh, PF, Hz, MD thermal, THD, etc)
• Power accuracy class 0.5
• 16 adjustable alarms
• Input frequency: 50/60 Hz, 400 Hz
• Serial communication (RS232 or RS485 up to 115,200 bit/s) and USB 2.0
• MODBUS communication protocol
• Up to 4 I/O (analogue outputs, alarm outputs, pulse outputs, general purpose relay output,
general purpose solid-state output)
• Single wide auxiliary power supply range 24 - 300 Vdc, 40 - 276 Vac
• Automatic range of current and voltage (max. 12.5 A and 600 VL-N)
• Housing for DIN rail mounting
• User-friendly setting software, MiQen
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Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 100.
Software on pages 32-35.
MeasuringTransducers
MI4xx-MEASURINGTRANSDUCER
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•
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•
Type/Description
Accuracyclass
MI452TemperaturewithPt100,Pt1000,Ni100
MI452Resistance
MI454TAPposition
Inputs
Housingwidth(a)
0.5
2-wire,3-wire,4-wire
45mm
0.5
R=0…10Ω…50kΩ
R=0…100Ω…500kΩ
45mm
0.5
100Ω…50kΩ
1000Ω…500kΩ
45mm
0.5
U=50mV…1VDC
U=1V…50VDC
U=50V…400VDC
45mm
0.5
I=1…10mADC
I=10…100mADC
45mm
MI456DCvoltage
MI458DCcurrent
ResistanceMI452
DCvoltageMI456
DCcurrentMI458
TemperaturewithPt100MI450
TAPpositionMI454
ACauxiliarypowersupply:57,63.5,100,110,230,400,500V
Options:
RS232orRS485serialcommunicationport
Universalaux.powersupplyforDC&AC24…300VDC/40…276VAC
*Powersupplyfromameasuringcircuitonly.Communicationportandaux.powersupplyarenotavailable.Output0.5mA,10mA,20mA.
Dimensionaldrawingsonpage81.
Connectiondiagramsonpages101.
Softwareonpages32-35.
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Communicators
MiBox
PLUG AND PLAY “OUT-OF-THE-BOX” DEVICE
FOR MONITORING/RECORDING/CONVERTING/
ALERTING DATA
FEATURES:
USE
• For buildings managers and owners, utility
companies, AMR solutions, EM solutions
providers.
• PCCI (Point-of-Common-Coupling Interface) for
integration of Smart Grids and Distributed d Energy
Resources. PCCI is used for a simple, standardized
connection of micro and small generation of
electricity from distributed resources to the distri-
bution network. PCCI functionalities include remote
monitoring and control, communication with the
control center, power quality monitoring according
to EN 50160, possibility of controlling compensa-
tion devices, various protection functions (voltage,
frequency, island operation, etc.).
• Concentrator/Converter - used as protocol
converter between Iskra-MIS products and other
devices. IEC61850 module in server configuration
already supported, DNP3 slave module in a devel-
opment stage.
• LiSa - MiBox is a basic module of a LiSa system.
LiSa is a system for detection of different errors on
middle-voltage overhead transmission lines and
transformer stations.
•Embedded platform with middle range requirements
•Preinstalled MiSmart application
•The unit is independent from external resources with all the system’s components already included (measuring
system, database, set-up application and monitoring application)
•For monitoring/collecting data from measuring devices, alert handling, controlling and data management
•administration of the MiBox and data analysis/management is supported also over a web interface
•IP-based network (Ethernet, GPRS/UMTS, optionally WiFi) for primary use and with local communication (USB,
serial) for secondary use
•Function of protocol conversion
•Industrial temperature range from -25°c to +50°c
BENEFITS:
•Extensions of the existing systems and applications possible
•Upgrade possibilities (local and remote)
•Cost benefits due to the partial upgrades
•Open platform with customer add-on extensions
•Support for standard communication protocols (IEC61850, OPC, ...)
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 90, 91.
Software on pages 31-34.
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MeasuringCentres
MiBOX
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Software
MIQEN
MiQen software is a tool for complete monitoring of the measuring instruments. RS485/RS232 or TCP/IP communication is used for connection with a PC. A user-friendly interface consists of five segments: device management, counter
settings, real-time measurements, data analyses and programs updating.
Device managament
As easy as possible.
Just select the device in a favourites line.
Use the network explorer to set and explore the
devices network. Communication parameters of
all devices and their addresses in network can be
easily set.
Instrument setting
Multi Register Edit technology assures a simple
modification of settings that are organised in tree
structures. Besides settings transfer into the
instrument, storing and reading from the setting files
and MMCs are also available.
Real-time measurement
All supported measurements can be seen in real time
in a table form, while harmonics and their time-reconstructed signals are also displayed graphically. For further processing of the results of measurements, copying via a clipboard into standard Windows
formats is supported.
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Software
MIQEN
Data analysis
Analysis can be performed for the instruments with a
built-in memory. Recorded quantities can be monitored
in a tabular or graphical form, events that triggered
alarms can be analysed or a report on quality of supply
voltage can be made. All data can be exported to the
Access data base, Excel worksheets or text files.
Programs updating
Always use the latest version of software, both MiQen
and software in the instrument. The program automatically informs you on available upgrades that can be
transferred from the web site and used for upgrading.
System requirements:
Windows 98, 2000, Millennium, XP, NT4.0, 100 MB capacity on a hard disc, VGA Screen, 64 MB RAM, CD drive,
RS232 communication port
There are two versions of MIQEN software:
• standard edition - all functions available except for data analysis, free of charge
• professional edition - all functions available for installation, you have to buy a CD key 33
MiSMART
MiSMART
MiSMART isanintegratedsoftwareplatformforcentralizedacquisition,storageandrepresentationofdatacaptured
bydistributedmeasurementdevices.Itenablesmonitoringofalargenumberofmeteringpoints.Allcaptureddata
canberemotelyaccessedbyasimplewebbrowser.Easyintegrationofthirdpartytoolsanddataanalysissoftware
makeithighlyadaptabletoanyrangeofcustomizeduserapplications.Themostcommonfieldsofimplementation
areenergymanagement,monitoringofenergyproduction,transformerstationmonitoring,automatedmeterreading
etc.
Customer benefits
•completeturn-keysolutionforremotedataacquisitionandmanagement
•integratedtoolsfordatamanagement
•highlycustomizedforIskraMISmeasurementdevicesforefficientsystemoperation
•utilizationofwiderangeofcommunicationtechnologiesforbestnetworkconfiguration(serial,ethernet,GPRS,SMS,
lowpowerradioetc.)
•immediatealarmingandnotification
•reliableoff-loaddatacollection,basedondataredundancy
•easyintegrationofthirdpartytoolsandsoftware
MiSMART PLAtform:
•MiSMARTdatacollector
•MiSMART database
•MiSMARTwebserver
Windowsbasedplatformwiththree-tierarchitectureforefficientplatformmanagement.
Itutilizesinnovativepushdatacollectionmechanismcombinedwithadvancedinstrumetswithbuiltinmemoryfordata
redundancyresultinginhighdatacollectionreliability.
MiSMART DATACOLLECTOR:
•capturesmeasurements,alarms,settingsandpowerqualityreports
•realtimealarmmanagement
•automatictimesynchronizationofdevices
•possiblecompressedbinarydatatransfertominimizenetworkload
•configurabledataresolution
MiSMARTDATABASE:
•storesmeasurements,alarms,settingsandpowerqualityreports
•implementedonMSSQLdatabase
•centralizedordistributeddatastorage
•standarddatabaseinterfacesenableeasyaccesstoexternalthirdpartyapplications
MiSMARTWEBSERVER:
•multiclientconnections
•multiusermanagement
•graphicalandnumericaldatarepresentation
•webconfigurationandactivitymonitor
•monitoringofmeasurements,alarmsandpowerqualityreports
AuserclientcanconnecttotheMiSMARTWebServerwithastandardinternetbrowser.
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MiSMART
MiSMART
MiSMART
Clients
MiSMART
datacollector
MiSMART
Database
MiSMART
Web
Server
MiSMART
PLATFORM
LAN
INTERNET
VPN
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Communication Adapters
MI 480 - GSM DEVICE FOR REMOTE CONTROL
MI 480 is a device with a built-in GPRS modem interface for collecting and sending measurements from the connected
instruments to the web portal. It is ideal for controlling distant objects, such as power plants, pumps, transformer stations, measuring stations, temperature monitoring…).
Data are collected in the MI 480 internal memory and sent in packets via the GPRS communication to the web portal.
Alarms can be immediately forwarded to various mobile phone numbers.
Main features are:
• Alarms via an SMS message to a mobile phone
• Trend alarms via an SMS message to a mobile phone
• Data on instantaneous measurements via SMS
• Sending measurement packages to the server for further processing
• Survey of all measurements via a web portal
• All settings are accessible via a web portal
Due to its characteristics, MI 480 is an ideal instrument to be used in systems where permanent or periodical
monitoring, storing the measurements for momentary and later analysis and processing are required. The system can
be adapted to the needs and requirements of the individual user or system to which it is built-in.
Dimensional drawings on page 81.
Connection diagrams on pages 101.
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Communication Adapters
MI 480 - GSM DEVICE FOR REMOTE CONTROL
RS485 communication
RS485 communication enables connection of up to 32 instruments with one MI 480 device. It is limited to the
maximum connection length of 1000 m. Connection of the RS485 communication is described in tables and figures
below.
MI 480
RS485
Measuring centres
Measuring transducers
A (21)
DATA +
A (8)
A (21)
B (23)
DATA -
B (7)
B (23)
Contacts for RS485 communication
MI 480
MI 485 RS485
MI 485 RS232
Measuring centres
Measuring transducers
A (21)
A (21)
Rx (24)
Rx (3)
Rx (24)
GND (25)
GND (5)
GND (25)
Tx (26)
Tx (2)
Tx (26)
B (23)
B (23)
Contacts for connection via MI485 interface
RS485
RS485
RS485
Connection of modem interface
Connection of the instrument via MI 485 interface
Web portal
The web portal is the user's access point for setting and analysing collected data. It is used in a remote control system
for a small power station and a system for detecting cut transmission lines and controlling transformer station defects.
For better understanding of information flow see the figure below.
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CommunicationAdapters
MI485-RS232/RS485INTERFACE
MI485canbeusedforintegratingdeviceswithRS232
communicationintoRS485networkorasaconnection
betweenRS485networkandacontroldevice(PC,PLC,
etc.)
TheMI485communicationadapterisusedforconvertingRS485signaltoRS232signalandviceversa.Signals
areelectricallyisolated.Nosettingsarerequiredandthe
deviceisreadyforuse.Communicationspeedisupto
115,200bps.
Connections:
•Auxiliarysupply-connectedwithconnectionterminals13,14
•RS232communication,max.length3m
MI485
Computer-DB9
Tx(26)
Rx(2)
Rx(24)
Tx(3)
GND(25)
GND(5)
•RS485communication,upto32devices,alineshouldbeterminatedwitha120Ωresistor.
Dimensionaldrawingsonpage81.
Connectiondiagramsonpages101.
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MI485
RS485-instruments
A(21)
DATA+
B(23)
DATA-
CommunicationAdapters
MI486−RS232INTERFACE-TCP/IP
MI488−RS485INTERFACE-TCP/IP
The MI 486, MI 488 communication adapters are
used for connecting the instruments with RS232 or
RS485
communication on the Ethernet network. The instruments are connected to the computer through the
Ethernet network. Signals are electrically isolated.
Dataarereadfromtheinstrumentsthroughinterfaces.Communicationspeedisupto115,200bps.
Connections:
•Auxiliarysupply-connectedwithconnectionterminals13,14
•Ethernetconnection-connectedwith10/100RJ45connectionterminal
•RS232communication(forMI486),max.length3m
MI486
Computer-DB9
Tx(26)
Tx(2)
Rx(24)
Rx(3)
GND(25)
GND(5)
•RS485communication(forMI488),upto32devices,alineshouldbeterminatedwitha120Ωresistor.
MI488
InstrumentswithRS485
A(21)
DATA+
B(23)
DATA-
Dimensionaldrawingsonpage81.Connectiondiagramsonpages101.
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Digital Meters
DIGITAL METERS WITH LED DISPLAY
Digital meters with LED display enable fast and
accurate survey of electric quantities and are
convenient for industrial use as well as for the
production and distribution of electric energy.
They are panel mounted and enable measurement
of TRMS values of electric quantities.
Features:
• True RMS measurements
• LED Displays with 4 or 3 digits
• Measurement ranges from 0...500 V and 0...9999 A
• CT ratio adjustment for A-meters ... /5 A
• CT ratio from 1 … 2000
• Measurement range for Frequency meters 20 … 500 Hz.
• Accuracy ± 1 % (± 0.2 % for Frequency meters)
• Power supply 230 V AC ± 20 %, 50/60 Hz
• Power consumption < 3 VA
• Ambient temperature: - 5 °C ... + 55 °C
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Digital Meters
DIGITAL METERS WITH LED DISPLAY
DM 206
Voltmeter
DM 208
Ammeter
DM 306
Voltmeter
DM 308
Ammeter
DM 310
Multimeter
DM 202
Frequency
meter
DM 302
Frequency
meter
Front frame (mm)
72 x 72
72 x 72
96 x 96
96 x 96
96 x 96
72 x 72
96 x 96
Display
3-digit
4-digit
3-digit
4-digit
3-digit
3-digit
± 0,2% + 2d
± 0,2% + 2d
Type
Ammeter: 3 x 4-digit
Voltmeter: 3-digit
Frequency meter: 3-digit
Ammeter: ± 1 % + 2d
Accuracy
± 1 % + 2d
± 1 % + 2d
± 1 % + 2d
± 1 % + 2d
Voltmeter: ± 1 % + 2d
Frequency meter:
± 0,2 % + 2d
Ammeter: 0…9999 A
Voltmeter L1, L2, L3:
Measuring range
0…500 V
0…9999 A
0…500 V
0…9999 A
0…500 V
Frequency meter:
20…500 Hz
20…500 Hz
(30…500 V AC)
(30…500 V AC)
30…70 Hz
Power Supply
CT ratio*
Power consumption
230 V AC ± 20%, 50/60 Hz
-
1…2000
-
1…2000
1…2000
-
-
< 3 VA
< 3 VA
< 3 VA
< 3 VA
<= 3 W
<= 3 W
<= 3 W
0,29
0,26
0,30
Ambient
- 5 °C … + 55 °C
temperature
Weight (kg)
0,23
0,23
0,28
0,28
*CT ratio: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 160, 200, 250, 300, 320, 360, 400, 500, 600, 700, 800, 900,
100, 1200, 1400, 1600, 1800, 2000.
Dimensional drawings on page 83.
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SynchronizationMeters
SQ0104,SQ0114,SQ0204,SQ0214,
ZQ1207,FQ1207,ZQ1208,FQ1208
If you want to synchronise a generator and a bus bar
manuallyorsemi-automatically,SQ0214andSQ0204
are the right instruments for you. Our synchronization
meters are very unique products, especially SQ 0214.
Synchronizationmetersareintendedformanualorsemiautomaticsynchronizationoftwoelectric-energy
distribution systems. SQ 0204, SQ 0214 synchroscopesaretheinstrumentsformeasuringaphaseangle
between two electric-energy distribution systems. The
SQ 0214 type also measures voltages and frequencies of both systems. On request, both types can be
on request provided with a built-in relay output which
signalisesiftheconditionsforsynchronizationhavebeen
met.ZQ1207orZQ1208two-systemfrequencymeter
isusedformeasuringfrequenciesintwonetworks.FQ
1207orFQ1208doublevoltagemetermeasuresvoltagesintwonetworks.
SQ0214
ZQ1207
FQ1207
TYPE
SQ0104
SQ0114
SQ0204
SQ0214
ZQ1207
ZQ1108
ZQ1208
FQ1207
FQ1108
FQ 1208
Frontframe(mm)
144x144
144x144
96x96
96x96
96x96
144x144
96x96*
96x96
144x144
96x96*
Cuttingformounting(mm)
138x138
138x138
92x92
92x92
92x92
138x138
92x92
92x92
138x138
92x92
2x50
2x50
92/72
2x50
2x50
Scalelength(mm)
360˚
360˚
360˚
360˚
92/72
+/-1˚el.
+/-1˚el.
+/-1˚el.
+/-1˚el.
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
100V,230V
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
400V
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
500V
•**
•**
•**
•**
•
•
600V
•**
•**
•**
•**
•
•
Accuracyclass
RATING
Frequency
•
•
•
•
•
•
*ZQ1208andFQ1208forfrontframe144x144mmonrequest.
**Otherratingsondemand
ShipversionmetersSQ0204,SQ0214,ZQ1207andFQ1207areavailableonrequest.
Twovoltages(Ugen,Ubb)andtwofrequencies(fgen,fbb)aredisplayedonLCDatSQ0214.
Whenthedifferencebetweenfgenandfbbissmallerthan0.02Hz,UBUS,UGEN,FBUSandΔϕaredisplayed.
GeneratorvoltageUgen Generatorfrequencyfgen
GeneratorvoltageUgen Bus-barfrequencyfbb
Bus-barvoltageUbbBus-barfrequencyfbb
Bus-barvoltageUbbPhasedifferenceΔϕ
Dimensionaldrawingsonpage73.
Connectiondiagramsonpages103.
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Energy Meters with Power Display
WQ 0217, WQ 1217, WQ 0207, WQ 2207, WQ 1247
Energy meters display instantaneous power in single and
three-phase systems with balanced or unbalanced load.
Accuracy classes are 1 for energy measurement (EN
61036), 1.5 for power measurement and 2.5 power factor
measurement.
WQ 1217
WQ 2207
TYPE
WQ 0217
WQ 1217
WQ 0207
WQ 2207
WQ 1247
Front frame (mm)
96 x 96
96 x 96
96 x 96
96 x 96
96 x 96
Cutting for mounting (mm)
92 x 92
92 x 92
92 x 92
92 x 92
92 x 92
-/1
-/2
95 / 1
125 / 1
- / 2 LCD
1b,1br Single phase system
•
•
•
•
•
3b, 3br Three-phase three-wire balanced load system
•
•
•
•
•
3u, 3ur Three-phase three-wire balanced load system
•
•
•
•
•
4b, 4br Three-phase four-wire balanced load system
•
•
•
4u, 4ur Three-phase four-wire unbalanced load system
•
•
•
•
•
One impulse output
•
•
•
•
•
Two impulse outputs
•
•
•
•
•
57 V, 110 V , 230 V, 400 VAC
Auxiliary supply
•
•
•
•
•
Scale length (mm) / Number of counters
Voltage input 100 V, 110 V, 230 V, 400 V, 500 V
Current input 1 A, 5 A
Option
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
Connection diagrams on pages 93.
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HourMeters&PulseCounters
HOURMETERSHK46,HK47,HK48,HK49,HK30
Hourmetersshowoperationtimeofmachines,equipmentandotherdevices.Whenyouneedaccurateinformationfor
testing,maintenanceorwarrantypurposes,choosefromawiderangeofHKhourmetersproducedby
IskraMIS.ACapplications:businessmachines,controlpanels,compressors,generators,pumps,airconditioningDC
applications:gardenandfarmequipment,Gen-sets,constructionequipment.
HK46
HK47
HK 46
HK48,HK49
HK 47
HK 48, HK 49
24V,48V,60V,110V,120V,230V, 24V,48V,60V,110V,120V,230V,
240V,400V(±10%)
240V,400V(±10%)
Voltages
Frequency
Countingrange
AC
Numberofdigits
Operatingtemperature
Voltages
HK30
HK 30
24V,48V,60V,110V,120V,230V, 24V,48V,60V,110V,120V,230V,240
240V,400V(±10%)
V,400V(±10%)
50Hz,60Hz
50Hz,60Hz
50Hz,60Hz
99999.99h
99999.99h
99999.99h
50Hz,60Hz
99999.99h
5integers,2decimals
5integers,2decimals
5integers,2decimals
5integers,2decimals
-25°C…+80°C
-25°C…+80°C
-25°C…+80°C
-25°C…+70°C
6-30V,10-80V,110V
(±10%)
6-30V,10-80V,110V
(±10%)
6-30V,10-80V,110V
(±10%)
6-12V,12-36V,36-80V,110V
(±10%)
999999.9h
999999.9h
999999.9h
999999.9h
6integers,1decimal
6integers,1decimal
6integers,1decimal
6integers,1decimal
Operatingtemperature
-20°C…+70°C
-20°C…+70°C
-20°C…+70°C
-10°C…+55°C
HK 46
HK 47
HK 48, HK 49
HK 30
Protection
IP40,frontside
IP65,frontside
IP40,frontside
IP40,frontside
IP20,terminals
IP00,terminals
IP00,terminals
IP20,terminals
48x48mm
Ø58mm
HK4872x72mm-HK4996x96mm
Countingrange
DC
Numberofdigits
Frontdimensions
Adapterframes
52x52,55x55,72x72,Ø80mm
Ø72mm,Ø80mm
IP65,frontside
IP20,terminals
IP67,frontside
IP00,terminals
Specialprotection
Approval
Connection
Mounting
UL
plug6.3x0.8mmwithscrew
plug6.3x0.8mm
screwterminals
plug6.3x0.8mmwithscrew
Tip
screwterminals
HK 48, HK 49
HK46 CUTOUT
HK47 CUTOUT
HK48,HK49
HK30
CUTOUT
CUTOUT
45x45mm,chamferedge
Ø51mm,45mm
retainer
G
45x45mm,chamferedge
Ø51mm,45mm
DIN-rail
D
snapfastener
F
UL
Mounting
Tip
retainermount
G
32x32mm
D
Ø50mm
H
min.Ø50mm
DINrail
toDINEN50022
3-screwfrontmounting
Ø71mm
screwterminals
HK 30
Ø50mm
Antivibrationrubber,
C
ø80mm
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CEmark,ULrecognized
plug6.3x0.8mmwithscrew
plug6.3x0.8mm
screwterminalsformountingD
HK 47
A
H
plug6.3x0.8mm
UL
HK 46
aluminiumclamp
3-screwfront
mountingø72mm
IP20,terminals
UL
36x24mm
48x24,54x29,48x48,55x55,
Ø72x72mm52mminØ72mm
IP65frontside(transparenthousing),
IP00terminals
Ø51mm
Ø72mm
twofixingscrews
HK48:68mm
HK49:92mm
Hour Meters & Pulse Counters
PuLSE COUNTERS SI 63, SI 64, SI 65,
MC 703 & MC 723
Pulse counters are used to keep record of
repetitive operations.
Typical applications are event counting,
quantity counting, coin handling etc.
Type Supply voltage DC SI 64
MC 703, MC 723
SI 63
SI 63 SI 64
totalizing counters without reset totalizer with manual reset
6 V, 9 V, 12 V, 24 V (±10%) 12 V, 24 V (±10%)
Supply voltage AC 24/115/230 V (±10%) Display 6-digit 6-digit Counting range 999999 999999 Power
consumption Max counting s
speed Protection Connection approx. 2 W - V DC 1W approx. 2.9 VA - V AC
25 pulses/sec. - V DC 10 pulses/sec. 18 pulses/sec.
SI 65 mini pulse counter with manual
reset
12 V, 24 V (±10%)
totalizing counters without reset
3 V, 5 V, 12 V, 24 V (±10%)
24/115/230 V (±10%)
5-digit 999999 6-digit or 7-digit
999999 or 9999999
approx. 0.5 W - V DC
approx. 300 mW at 3 and 5 V DC
approx. 0.75 VA - V AC 115V AC
approx. 500 mW at 12 and 24 V DC
approx. 1.5 VA - 230 V AC
approx. 1.5 V AC 230 V AC
10 pulses/sec. 10 pulses/sec. IP 31 - versions C and D
IP 20 wire lead 200 mm MC 703, MC 723
IP 65 - versions A and B
silver plated round pins dia 1.5 mm
150 mm flying leads AWG 22
wire lead 140 mm or soldering
pins φ 0.6 mm
version & mountings
Type
Front dimensions
Cutout
SI 63.0 rear screw mounting; aluminium housing
30 x 18.9 mm
30 - 18.9 mm
SI 63.1 snap fastener mounting; transparent plastic housing
33.4 x 27.1 mm
30.5 x 24.5 mm
SI 63.2 2-screw front snap fastener mounting; transparent plastic housing 33.4 x 30 mm min. 30.5 x 22 mm
SI 64 panel mount with spring clip fastening
53 x 28 mm
50 x 25 mm
SI 65 DIN housing for panel mount with clip
48 x 24 mm
45 x 22 mm
25.2 x 13.5 mm
−
25.2 x 31 mm
−
MC 703.xxC front reading, 2 pins behind, rear screw mount
25.2 x 13.8 mm
25.2 x 13.8 mm
MC 703.xxD front reading, wire lead behind, rear screw mount 25.2 x 13.8 mm MC 703.xxA front reading, 4 pins on the top, PCB mount
MC 703.xxB top reading, 4 pins on the bottom, PCB mount 25.2 x 13.8 mm
MC 723.xxC front reading, 2 pins behind, snap faster mount
30 x 20 mm
26.5 x 13.8 mm
MC 723.xxD front reading, wire lead behind, snap fastener mount
30 x 20 mm
26.5 x 13.8 mm
xx: 60 (6-digit) or 70 (7-digit)
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AnalogueMeters
ACTIVEORREACTIVEPOWERMETERS
Powermetersareelectronicmetersintendedformeasuringactiveorreactivepowerinsinglephaseorthree-phase
networks,withbalancedorunbalancedload.Theaccuracy
classis1.5.
Thescalevaluedependsonprimaryvaluesofcurrentand
voltage.Itisdefinedbythefollowingformulas:
EQ0207
EQ2207
forsinglephasesystem
forthree-phasesystem
forthree-phasesystem
activepower
reactivepower
1b
1br
IprimxUprimxcosϕ
IprimxUprimxsinϕ
3u
3ur
√3IprimxU*primxcosϕ
√3IprimxU*primxsinϕ
4u
4ur
3IprimxUprimxcosϕ
3IprimxUprimxsinϕ
*UL-LIntheequationsUmeansphasevoltageatsinglephasenetworkandthree-phasefour-wirenetwork4uaswellasline-to-linevoltageatthree-phasethree-wire
network3u.Ratiobetweentheselectedfinalscalevalueandcalculatedpowershouldbewithinthelimitsfrom0.6to1.2atcosϕ=1orsinϕ=1.
TYPE
EQ0307
EQ0207
EQ0107
EQ2307
EQ2207**
EQ2107
Frontframe(mm)
72x72
96x96
144x144
72x72
96x96
144x144
68x68
92x92
138x138
68x68
92x92
138x138
Cuttingformounting(mm)
scale90°
Scalelength(mm)
scale240°
63
95
135
113
135
220
1bsinglephasesystem
•
•
•
•
•
•
3bthree-phasethree-wiresystemwithbalancedload
•
•
•
•
•
•
3uthree-phasethree-wiresystemwithunbalancedload
•
•
•
4bthree-phasefour-wiresystemwithbalancedload
•
•
•
•
•
4uthree-phasefour-wiresystemwithunbalancedload
•
•
•
•
•
-
•
•
-
•
Voltageinput*100V,110V,230V,400V
Currentinput1A,5A
•
•
Option
SeparatedACauxiliarysupply
57V,63.5V,100V,230V,400V
•
Class1onrequest(onlyfor90degreedials).Self-consumptionofcurrentcircuitsapprox.0.1VAandvoltagecircuits0.2VA.
*Max.voltageinputforEQ0307,EQ2307for3u,3b:150V/250VAC
*Max.voltageinputforEQ0307,EQ2307for4u,4b,1b:230V/400VAC
**Overloadsofshortdurationonpage230.
ShipversionmetersEQ0207,EQ0107areavailableonrequest.
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Dimensionaldrawingsonpages77-79.
Connectiondiagramsonpages93.
AnalogueMeters
POWERFACTORMETERS
Power factor meters are intended for measurement of
powerfactor(cosϕ)inathree-phasethree-wirenetworkwith
abalancedloadofphasesorinasinglephasenetwork.The
accuracyclassis1.5.
SCALEOUTLOOK
*Formeters:YQ2207,YQ2107
YQ0207
YQ2207
TYPE
YQ0307
YQ0207
YQ0107
YQ2307
YQ2207
YQ2107
Frontframe(mm)
72x72
96x96
144x144
72x72
96x96
144x144
Cuttingformounting(mm)
68x68
92x92
138x138
68x68
92x92
138x138
scale90°
Scalelength(mm)
63
95
Voltageinput*
135
scale240°
113
135
220
100V,110V,230V,400V,500V
Currentinput
1A,5A
MEASURINGRANGE0.5cap....1...0.5ind.
0.8cap...1...0.3ind.
1bSinglephasesystem
•
•
•
•
•
•
3bThree-phasethree-wirebalancedloadsystem
•
•
•
•
•
•
3uThree-phasethree-wireunbalancedloadsystem
•
•
•
•
•
•
4bThree-phasefour-wirebalancedloadsystem
•
•
•
•
•
•
4uThree-phasefour-wireunbalancedloadsystem
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
-
•
•
MEASURINGRANGEimport0.1cap.…1…0ind.0…1...0.1cap.export
Option:
SeparatedACauxiliarysupply
57V,63.5V,100V,110V,230V,400V
-
ShipversionmetersYQ0207areavailableonrequest.
*Max.voltageinputforYQ0307,YQ2307for3u,3b:150V/250VAC
*Max.voltageinputforYQ0307,YQ2307for4u,4b,1b:230V/400VAC
Dimensionaldrawingsonpages77-79.
Connectiondiagramsonpages93.
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Analogue Meters
POINTER FREQUENCY METERS
Pointer frequency meters are intended for measurement of frequencies in the range from 45 Hz to 65 Hz. Accuracy class is 0.5.
SCALES IN FULL-SIZE
For meters: ZQ 2x07
ZQ 0207
ZQ 0507
TYPE
ZQ 0507
ZQ 0407
ZQ 0307
ZQ 0207
ZQ 0107
ZQ 2307
ZQ 2207
ZQ 2107
Front frame (mm)
45 x 45
48 x 48
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
-
45 x 45
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
Cutting for mounting (mm)
scale 90° Scale length (mm)
MEASURING RANGE
scale 240°
41
41
65
95
135
101
135
220
Voltage (V)
45…55 Hz
57, 63, 100, 110,
230, 400, 500
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55…65 Hz
57, 63, 100,110,
230, 400, 500
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48…52 Hz
57, 63, 100,110,
230, 400, 500
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45…65 Hz
57, 63, 100, 110,
230, 400, 500
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Other ratings are available on request!
Ship version of the meters ZQ 0307, ZQ 0207, ZQ 0107 are available on request.
Two-system frequency meters ZQ 1207, ZQ 1208 are on page 42.
Dimensional drawings are on pages 77-79.
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DETAIL ONLY
For meters: ZQ 0x07
Analogue Meters
REED FREQUENCY METERS
Reed frequency meters are intended for measurement of frequencies in the range from 45 Hz to 65 Hz.
The accuracy class is 0.5
TYPE
ZQ 0317
ZQ 0217
ZQ 0117
Front frame (mm)
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
Cutting for mounting (mm)
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
RATING
47…53 Hz
Voltage (V)
No. of reeds
100, 110, 230
13
400, 500
57…63 Hz
100, 110, 230
13
400, 500
45…55 Hz
100, 110, 230
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400, 500
ZQ 0217
55…65 Hz
100, 110, 230
21
400, 500
Self-consumption at 110-220 V range is 6…7 mA/system.
At other ranges it is 3…4 mA/system.
Ship version meters ZQ 0317, ZQ 0217 and ZQ 0117 are available on request.
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
Two-systems reed frequency meters are intended for measurement of two frequencies in the system for
synchronisation. Accuracy class is 0.5.
TYPE
ZQ 1217
ZQ 1117
Front frame (mm)
96 x 96
144 x 144
92 x 92
138 x 138
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Cutting for mounting (mm)
RATING
Voltage (V)
No. of reeds
2 x 47…53 Hz
100, 110, 230
2 x 13
2 x 57…63 Hz
100, 110, 230
2 x 45…55 Hz
100, 110, 230
400, 500
2 x 13
400, 500
2 x 21
400, 500
2 x 55…65 Hz
ZQ 1217
100, 110, 230
400, 500
2 x 21
Self-consumption at 110-230 V range is 6…7 mA/system.
At other ranges it is 3…4 mA/system.
Ship version meters ZQ 1217 and ZQ 1117 are available on request.
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
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AnalogueMeters
METERWITHLIMITCONTACT
MI 7350 can signal minimal and maximal setting limits (MIN
and MAX). The meter is provided with two output relays of
600 VA switching power. Setting over or under the limits is
displayed with a LED on the meter scale. DC or AC currents
or voltages, frequency and temperature can be signalised.
MI7350
TYPE
MI7350
Frontframe(mm)
96x96
Cuttingformounting(mm)
92x92
Scalelength(mm)
95
MEASUREDQUANTITY
DCU
ACU
DCI
ACI
ACIef
FREQUENCY
f
THERMOCOUPLE
(J,K,S)
40…800mV
•
1…60V
•
100…600V
•
100…800mV
•
6…60V
•
100…600V
•
25…600μA
•
1…60mA
•
100…600mA
•
1…5A
•
1…6mA
•
100…600mA
•
1…5A
•
8min.1.2A
−
8min.6A
−
100…600mA
•
1…5A
•
1/2A,1.5/3A,2.5/5A
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4/8A,5/10A
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45...55Hz
•
48...52Hz
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45..65Hz
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55..65Hz
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0...250°C
•
0...600°C
•
0...1200°C
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0...1600°C
TEMP.DEPENDENT
RESISTOR
PT100(W)
-200...+800°C
ΔT...50°Cmin
Standardsupply230VAC;24V,48V,60V,110VDConrequest.
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Dimensionaldrawingsonpages77-79.
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AnalogueMeters
METERSFORDCVOLTAGEORCURRENT
WITHMOVINGCOIL
Meters with a moving coil are intended for measurement
ofdirectcurrentsorvoltages.Ameasuringsystemwitha
core magnet is not sensitive to external electromagnetic
fields and is resistant to mechanical impacts and vibrations.Thescaleisentirelylinearandinterchangeable.The
accuracyclassis1.5
BQ0x07
BQ0507
TYPE
Frontframe(mm)
Cuttingformounting(mm)
BQ0507
BQ0407
BQ0307
BQ0207
BQ0107
BQ2507
BQ2407
BQ2307
BQ2207
BQ2107
45x45
48x48
72x72
96x96
144x144
45x45
48x48
72x72
96x96
144x144
-
45x45
68x68
92x92
138x138
-
45x45
68x68
92x92
138x138
155
235
scale90°
Scalelength(mm)
scale240°
41
41
63
95
140
71
71
113
0-40μA...60μA
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0-100μA...600μA
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0-1mA...600mA
4...20mA3)
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0-1A...6A
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0-10A...25A
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0-40A,60A
xA/60mV1)
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0-100mV...600mV
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RATING
AMMETERS:RATINGSandINTERNALRESISTANCES
BQ0x07
μA/Ω 40/5650,60/4710,100/2250,150/1950,250/990,400/350,600/150
BQ2x07
μA/Ω
100/5900,150/5100,250/4000,400/2400,500/1500,600/1300
BQ0x07
mA/ Ω
1/65,1.5/25,2.5/11,4/6,5/4,5,6/4,10/2,6,15/4,20/3,25/2,4,40/1.5,50/1.2,60/1,100/0.6,150/0.4,250/0.24,
400/0.15,600/0.1
BQ2x07
mA/Ω
1/370,1.5/200,2.5/780,4/25,5/8.4,6/15,10/7,15/5,20/3.9
mA:25,40,50,60,100,150,250,400,600
-voltagedroponterminalsapprox.60mV
BQ0x07,BQ2x07
A2):1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60
-voltagedroponterminalsapprox.60mVxA/60mV2)
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Analogue Meters
METERS FOR DC VOLTAGE OR CURRENT
WITH MOVING COIL
VOLTMETERS : RATINGS
BQ 0x07
mV2): 60, 100, 150 - 5 mA system
BQ 2x07
mV2): 60, 100, 150, 200, 300 - 5 mA system
BQ 0x07, BQ 2x07
V: 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 6000, 150, 250, 400, 600 - 1 mA system
- characteristic resistance 1 kΩ/V
1) A meter for connection to a separate shunt, calibrated to resistance of connection terminals 0.035 Ω.
2) Current through a meter approx. 5 mA.
3) A version with electrical zero point suppression. A version with mechanical zero point suppression available on request.
Ship meter versions of BQ 0407 BQ 0307, BQ 0207, BQ 0107 available on request.
SCALES IN FULL-SIZE
For meters: BQ 2x07
CQ 2x07
EQ 2207
WQ 2207
BQ 0x07
CQ 0x07
EQ 0307, EQ 0207, EQ 0107 WQ 0207
KQ 0207, KQ 0307
MI 7350
Special meters available on request; page 67. Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
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Analogue Meters
TAP POSITION METERS WITH MOVING COIL
TAP meters with a moving coil are intended for
measurement of tap position with auxiliary supply
AC voltage. The position indicator monitors
transformer tap position, hoist or valve position
etc. It employs a bridge system. 1-2 positions
can be provided using 400 Ω or 50 Ω per step.
A measuring system with a core magnet is not
sensitive to external electromagnetic fields. It is
resistant to mechanical shocks and vibrations
complying with EN 60051. The scale is entirely
linear and interchangeable.
CQ 2207
CQ 0207
FEATURES:
• For measurement of tap position
• Linear scale
• Interchangeable dial
• Resistant to mechanical vibrations and shocks
• Protective cover for terminal
DIMENSIONS
TYPE
CQ 2207
CQ 0207
Front frame (mm)
96 X 96
96 x 96
Cutting for mounting (mm)
92 X 92
92 x 92
Scale
240˚
90˚
Scale length (mm)
155
95
Dimensional drawings on page 77.
Connection diagrams on page 102.
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Analogue Meters
METERS FOR AC VOLTAGE OR CURRENT
WITH A MOVING COIL AND A RECTIFIER
Meters with a moving coil and a rectifier are intended
for measurement of AC currents or voltages in the frequency range from 40 Hz to 65 Hz (higher frequency
ranges on request) where low consumption of the
meter is required. The meters measure a mean value
of rectified current or voltage. The scale is expressed
in rms values at sine form of the measured quantity.
Distortion or deviation from the sine form for more than
1% entails additional errors. The scale is interchangeable. The accuracy class is 1.5.
CQ 0x07
CQ 0507
TYPE
Front frame (mm)
Cutting for mounting (mm)
CQ 0507
CQ 0407
CQ 0307
CQ 0207
CQ 0107
CQ 207*
CQ 2507
CQ 2407
CQ 2307
CQ 2207**
CQ 2107
45 x 45
48 x 48
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
96 x 96
45 x 45
48 x 48
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
-
45 x 45
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
92 x 92
-
45 x 45
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
scale 90°
Scale length (mm)
scale 240°
41
41
63
95
140
95
71
71
113
155
235
0-100 μA...600 μA
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0-1 mA...10 mA
1)
xA/1A, xA/5A (max. 7.5 A)
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0-2.5 V...500 V
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0-600 V
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RATING
*CQ 3207 4-stage selector switch is built in the meter for measurement of current in three individual phases.
At current switch-over the circuit is not interrupted.
** Overloads of short duration on page 104.
AMMETERS: RATINGS
μA: 100, 150, 250, 400, 500, 600
mA: 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 5, 6, 10
Voltage drop approx. 1,5 V
A/Voltage drop (V) x/1 A − 0.1 V, x/5 A − 0.03 V
VOLTMETERS: RATINGS
V: 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60, 100, 150, 250, 400, 500, 600
- characteristic resistance 1 kΩ/V
1) Meters for connection to a current measuring transformer.
Special versions of the meters available on request; page 67.
2) Connection diagram and dimensional drawing of transformer for CQ 0407, CQ 2407 on page 79 and CQ 3207 on page 103.
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
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Analogue Meters
METERS FOR DC AND AC VOLTAGE OR CURRENT
WITH MOVING COIL
Owing to a special form and available colours, BN and CN
meters are especially convenient for building into different
control devices. The accuracy class is 1.5. The scale is not
interchangeable. BN meters are intended for DC currents or
voltages, and CN meters for AC currents or voltages.
BN 0103, CN 0103
TYPE
Front frame (mm)
Cutting for mounting (mm)
Scale length (mm)
BN 0103
BN 0203
CN 0103
CN 0203
86 x 72
115 x 96
86 x 72
115 x 96
φ 65
φ 65
φ 65
φ 65
60
90
60
90
RATING
0-40 μA...60 μA
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0-100 μA...600 μA
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0-1 mA...10 mA
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0-15 mA...600 mA
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3
4...20 mA )
0-1 A...6 A
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0-10 A...25 A
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0-40 A, 60 A
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xA / 1A, xA / 5A 2)
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0-100 mV...600 mV
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0-1 V...600 V
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xA / 60 mV
1) A meter for connection to a separate shunt.
2) A meter for connection to a current measuring transformer. 3) A version with electrical zero point suppression.
A version with mechanical zero point suppression available on request.
AMMETERS: RATINGS & INTERNAL RESISTANCE
VOLTMETERS: RATINGS
BN 0103, BN 0203
BN 0103, BN 0203
A / Ohm: 40/5650, 60/4710, 100/2250, 150/1950, 250/990,
400/350, 600/150
mV1): 60, 100, 150 - 5 mA system
A1) : 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60
V: 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60, 100, 150, 250, 400, 600
- 1 mA system
Voltage drop on terminals approx. 60 mV
- characteristic resistance 1 k Ohm/V
CN 0103, CN 0203
CN 0103, CN 0203
µA: 100, 150, 250, 400, 500, 600
V: 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60, 100, 150, 250, 400, 500, 600
mA: 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 5, 6, 10
- characteristic resistance 1 kOhm/ V
Voltage drop approx. 1.5 V
A /Voltage drop (V) x/1A-0,1 V, x/5A-0.03 V
Dimensional drawings on page 78.
1) Current through a meter approx. 5 mA.
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Analogue Meters
METERS FOR AC VOLTAGE OR CURRENT
WITH MOVING IRON
Meters with a moving iron are intended for measurement of AC currents or voltages of frequencies from 15 Hz to 100 Hz. They measure rms
values independently on the signal form of current or voltage. The accuracy class is 1.5. As the
beginning of the scale is non-linear, reading from
15% of rating onwards is possible. Ammeters
with rating for double, triple or even six-time
value of rated current are available on request.
The overload range is extremely non-linear. The
scale is interchangeable
FQ 0x07
FN 0201
FN 0103
FQ 0507
TYPE
FQ 0507
FQ 0407
FQ 0307
FQ 0207**
FQ 0107
FQ 3307
FQ 3207*
FQ 3107*
FN 0103*
FN 0201*
Front frame
45 x 45
48 x 48
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
86 x 72
115 x 96
-
45 x 45
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
φ 65
φ 65
Cutting for mounting (mm)
scale 90°
Scale lenght (mm)
41
41
63
95
140
63
95
140
60
60
0-100 mA...600 mA
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0-1 A...10 A
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0-15 A, 25 A
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0-40 A
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RATING
0-60 A
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x A/1 A, x A/5 A
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WITHOUT DIAL xA/1A,
xA/5 A
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0-6 V...600 V
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xV/100 V, xV/110 V
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FQ 3107, FQ 3307 are intended for measurment of phase and line-to-line voltages in three-phase system.
Required phase or line-to-line voltage or current is selected with a selector switch.
*A dial is not interchangeable
**Overloads of short duration on page 104.
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Analogue Meters
METERS FOR AC VOLTAGE OR CURRENT
WITH MOVING IRON
AMMETERS: RATINGS
mA 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 400, 500, 600 A 1, 1.5, 2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60 A xA/1A, xA/5A - for connection to a current measuring transformer VOLTMETERS: RATINGS
V 6, 10, 15, 25, 40, 60, 100, 150, 250, 300, 400, 500, 600 V .../100,.../110 - for connection to a voltage measuring transformer Self-consumption for: - ammeters: from 0.3 VA to 1.2 VA x/1A …0.4 VA x/5A …0.7 VA - voltmeters: from 1.2 VA to 4 VA Meters for connection to a measuring transformer have the following standard ratings: 1 - 1.2-1.5-2-2.5-3-4-5-6-7.5 (8) and
decade multiples.
Ship version meters FQ 0407, FQ 0307, FQ 0207, FQ 0107 available on request.
Special version meters avilable on request; on page 67.
SCALES IN FULL SIZE FOR METERS: FQ 0x07
2 times overload
3 times overload
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
Connection diagram for FQ 3107, FQ 3207, FQ 3307 on page 103.
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AnalogueMeters
BIMETALMAXIMUMCURRENTMETERS
Bimetal maximum current meters with a bimetal
measuring system are intended for testing thermal
loadof
transformers, cables, electrical machines, etc. They
indicate average rms current value in an 8 minutes
settingperiod(onrequest15,20and30minutesfor
MQ0207andMQ0307).
The accuracy class is 3. The meters are provided
withaninterchangeablescale.
Meters96x96mmwithaprotectingtransformerare
alsoavailableonrequest.
MQ0207
MQ0507
TYPE
Frontframe (mm)
Cuttingformounting(mm)
MQ0507
MQ0407
MQ0307
MQ0207
MQ0107
45x45
48x48
72x72
96x96
144x144
45x45
68x68
92x92
138x138
95
140
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scale90°
Scalelength(mm
37
37
63
RATING
1.2A,xA/1A1)8min.*
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6A,xA/5A1)8min.*
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*Othersettingperiod(15,20and30minutes)onrequest.
1)Theratingis20%higherthanthecurrenttransformerratio.
Self-consumption:1.2VAat1.2A;2.2VAat6A.
SCALE IN FULL-SIZE
Formeters:MQ0207
Dimensionaldrawingsonpages77-79.
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150/5A-180A
Analogue Meters
COMBINED BIMETAL MAXIMUM CURRENT METERS
Combined bimetal maximum current meters are
provided with a built-in bimetal system and a system with a moving iron. The meters are intended
for testing momentary and thermal load of transformers, cables, electrical machines, etc. Meters
96 x 96 mm with a protecting transformer are also
available on request.
The accuracy class for average rms current value
is 3, and for momentary value 1.5. The meters are
provided with an interchangeable scale.
SCALES IN FULL-SIZE
For meters: MQ 0207
MQ 0217
10/5 A
TYPE
MQ 0317
MQ 0217
MQ 0117
Front frame (mm)
72 x 72
96 x 96
144 x 144
Cutting for mounting (mm)
68 x 68
92 x 92
138 x 138
63/43
95/72
140/120
Scale length (mm)
RATING
1.2 A x A/1 A* 8 min.
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6 A x A/5 A* 8 min.
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*Rating of average current is 20% higher than the current transformer ratio.
The meter for a momentary value can indicate either 20% or 100% overload.
Self-consumption:1.8 VA at 1.2 A: 2.8 VA at 6 A.
Other setting period (15. 20 and 30 minutes) on request.
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
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Analogue Meters
PHASE SEQUENCE INDICATOR SQ 0201 AND
TEMPERATURE METERS
A phase sequence indicator is intended for determining phase sequences in a three-phase network,
from 200 V to 500 V and from 50 Hz to 60 Hz.
The indicator is provided with two built-in glow lamps
indicating L1, L2, L3 phase sequence.
SQ 0201
Temperature meters are intended for connection
to various thermocouples or temperature dependant
resistors with the possibility of analogue output. The
accuracy class is 1.5.
KQ 0x07
TYPE
KQ 0307
KQ 0307
KQ 0207
KQ 0207
Front frame (mm)
72 x 72
72 x 72
96 x 96
96 x 96
Cutting for mounting (mm)
68 x 68
68 x 68
92 x 92
92 x 92
65
65
95
95
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0…10 mA Rmax. = 200 Ω
-
0…10 mA Rmax. = 200 Ω
+/-50°C
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0…100°C
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0…200°C
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0…300°C
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0…400°C
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0…200°C
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0…400°C
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0…600°C
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0…600°C
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0…800°C
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0…1200°C
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0…1400°C
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0…1600°C
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Scale length (mm)
ANALOGUE OUTPUT
MEASURING RANGE
Resistor probe
Pt 100
Thermocouple J
Fe-CuNi
Thermocouple K
NiCr-Ni
Thermocouple S
PtRh-Pt
Supply: 230 V ∞ +/-10% (50…60 Hz)
On request: KQ 0207, KQ 0307 110 V +/-10% (50…60 Hz)
Dimensional drawings on pages 77-79.
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Other thermocouples on request.
PortableMeters
MI7033ANALOGUEMULTIWATTMETER
An analogue multiwattmeter is used for direct
measurementofDCpower,voltage,currentand
activeandreactivepower,voltage,current,cosϕ
and phase sequence in three-phase three-wire
systems with uniform load and active power,
voltage, current, cosϕ in single phase AC
systems. The selection of current and voltage
ratings meets the majority of requirements for
power measurement in repair shops, production
premises and in laboratories for fast and less
accuratemeasurements.
MI7033
Operationmode
TDM(TimeDivisionMultiplication)
Voltageinputs
50V,100V,250V,500V
Currentinputs
0.25A,1A,5A,25A
Rating
12.5W...25,000W
Frequencyrange
10...16...65...400Hz
Accuracyclass
power:1.5
voltage,current:2.5
cosϕ:5
Dimensions
110x181x62mm
Supply
2x9VIEC6F22
Weightwithpacking
700g
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Portable Meters
MULTIMETERS
Due to electric and constructional features the
analogue and digital universal meters are intended
for a wide range of users. They are especially
convenient for repair shops, electric, radio and electronic professions as well as for the field work.
The MI 7054 and MI 7056 multimeters are provided
with a rubber border which increases mechanical
resistance. Ratings are protected against overloads
when the meters are connected to 250 V.
MI 7054
TYPE
MI 7054
MI 7056
MI 7065
=
30 V ... 600 V
100 mV ...
600 V
100 mV-300 V
~
30 V … 600 V
10 V ...
600 V
3 V-300 V
=
0.3 A ...
15 A
50 μA ...
1A
100 μA-3 A
~
0.3 A ...
15 A
3 mA ...
3A
100 μA-3 A
=
~
1.45 kΩV
20 kΩ/V
10 MΩ
1.33 kΩ/V
6.67 kΩ/V
10 MΩ
15
24
25
Ωx
1, 10, 100
1,10,100
-
Level dB
-
•
-
Polarity indication
-
-
Voltage
Current
Characteristic resistance
Number of ratings
Resistance Accuracy
2.5 ≅
2.5
-
≅
3∞
2
Special features
Supply
Dimensions (mm)
Weight with packing
62
≅
Full protection
-
1 x 1.5 V R6
1 x 1.5 V R6
Zero in the middle of the scale
1 x 9 V 6F22
102 x 142 x 40
102 x 142 x 40
96 x 132 x 33
470 g
340 g
400 g
PortableMeters
EDUCATIONALPROGRAMME
Portablemetersforschoolsareindispensableforexercisesinphysicsandpracticalwork.Themetersenable
a wide range of measurements and are adapted for
pupils’work.Theyexcelinahighdegreeofprotection
againstoverloads,user-friendlyapplicationaswellas
anaccuratereadoutandextremelyhighreliability.
07035.00
TYPE
07035.00
07036.00
07037.00
07038.00
07039.00
07027.01
07021.01
07026.00
Typeofmeasurement
Voltmeter
Ammeter
Voltmeter=
Ammeter=
Galvanometer=
Multimeter
Multimeter
Multimeter
0.3V...
300V
60mV
5/15V
-
-
0.06V...
60V
240mV...
600V
0.1V...
1000V
10V...
300V
-
5/15V
-
-
6V...
60V
6V...
600V
1V...
1000V
-
1mA
3A
-
1/5A
3.5mA
100μA...
6A
0.12mA
6A
0.1mA...
10A
-
1mA
3A
-
1/5A
3.5mA
6mA...
6A
6mA...
6A
1mA...
10A
=
Voltage
~
=
Current
~
Resistance(Ωx)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1,10,100
Level(dB)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-10...+12
30kΩ/V
-
1kΩ/V
-
-
10kΩ/V
10kΩ/V
12kΩ/V
4kΩ/V
4kΩ/V
4kΩ/V
1.5=
2.5∞
Inputresistance=
~
10kΩ/V
2.5≅
2.5≅
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.5≅
1.5=
2.5∞
Frequencyrange
15Hz...
10kHz
-
-
-
-
15Hz...
11kHz
20Hz...
10kHz
15Hz...
11kHz
Specialfeatures
-
-
Scalewith
amirror
Scalewith
amirror
Zeropointinthe
middleofthescale
Zeropointinthe
middleofthescale
Scalewith
amirror
Scalewith
amirror
Supply
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2x1.5VR6
270g
520g
550g
520g
Accuracy
Dimensions(mm)
Weightwithpacking
100x165x55
360g
430g
290g
280g
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PortableMeters
MI7022DIGITALTEMPERATUREMETER
Ithasa31/2-digitdisplayandisappropriatefor
measuringoffoodstuffsbytheHACCPsystem.
BymeansofappropriatePt100sensors,
temperaturecanbemeasuredfrom:
•-50°Cto+200°C.
•Error:<0.2°K
•Dimensions:135x69x28mm
•Supply:2x1.5VLR03
TYPE OF TEMPERATURE SENSORS FOR MI 7022
Applicationrange
-50˚C...+200˚C.
Sensor
Pt100,conformsstandardIEC-751,error1/3B
Dimensionsofthetippart
φ3mmx150mm
We produce two types of sensors:
AT0621 fordirectconnectiontothemeasuringdevice
64
Equipment and Accessories
SHUNTS
SEPARATE SHUNTS
Separate shunts increase DC current ratings when connected with the
meter with a moving coil. Voltage drop is 60 mV. Connection wires with
0.035 Ω resistance are enclosed to the shunt. Dimensions comply with
DIN 43703. The accuracy class is 0.5.
AR 0101
RATED CURRENT (A)/60 mV
MASS (kg)
1, 1.5
0.18
2.5, 4, 6, 10, 15, 25
0.20
40, 60, 100, 150
0.14
250
0.55
400
0.80
600
0.84
1000
1.50
1500
2
2500
3
Other ratings and voltage drops are available on request.
SHUNTS FOR ADD-ON
Dimensions of shunts are adapted to meter connection contacts and can be easily fixed with M4 screws. The basic
meter is provided with the measuring system 5 mA and measures voltage drop 60 mV.
Only a corresponding scale has to be inserted. The shunts can be used on the housings 96 x 96 mm and 72 x 72 mm,
and BN 0103 and BN 0203 meters. The accuracy class is 0.5.
AR 0105
RATED CURRENT (A)/60 mV
1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20
Dimensional drawings on page 86.
65
EquipmentandAccessories
CURRENTMEASURINGTRANSFORMERS
Current measuring transformers are
used for measuring AC currents.
Secondary current is 5 A, rated
frequency from 50 Hz to 60 Hz. The
accuracyclassis1.
ASK61,4
ASK31,5
POWER
I prim/5 A
Primary cable
ASR20.3
TYPE
1VA..7.5VA
50A..300A
ø21mm
ASR201.3
1VA..7.5VA
50A..300A
ø21mm
ASR21.3
1VA..10VA
100A..600A
ø22.5mm
ø22.5mm
ASR22.3
1VA..15VA
40A..600A
ASR22.32U
2.5VA..10VA
100A..600A
ø22.5mm
ASK205.3
1VA..10VA
60A..400A
20x5mm,ø17.5mm
ASK21.3
1VA..15VA
40A..600A
20x10mm,ø19.2mm
ASK231.5
1VA..15VA
50A..600A
30x10mm,ø28mm
ASK31.3
1VA..10VA
50A..750A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø26mm
ASK31.32U
2.5VA..15VA
100A..600A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø26mm
ASK318.3
1VA..15VA
60A..750A
31x18mm,ø26mm
ASK31.4
1.25VA..15VA
50A..750A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø28mm
ASK31.42U
2.5VA..15VA
100A..600A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø28mm
ASK31.43U
2.5VA..15VA
100A..600A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø28mm
1VA..30VA
40A..750A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø28mm
2.5VA..15VA
75A..600A
30x10mm,2x20x10mm,ø28mm
ASK41.3
1VA..15VA
100A..800A
40x12mm,32x18mm,ø26mm
ASK421.4
1VA..30VA
30A..500A
20x10mm,ø20mm
ASK41.4
1.25VA..30VA
50A..1000A
40x10mm,2x30x5mm,ø32mm
ASK41.42U
2.5VA..15VA
100A..1000A
40x10mm,2x30x5mm,ø32mm
ASK41.43U
2.5VA..15VA
100A..1000A
40x10mm,2x30x5mm,ø32mm
ASK412.4
1.25VA..30VA
50A..800A
40x10mm,30x15mm,ø30,5mm
ASK541.4
1VA..30VA
30A..1000A
40x10mm,2x30x5mm,ø32mm
ASK51.4
1.5VA..30VA
100A..1250A
50x12mm,2x40x10mm,ø44mm
ASK51.42U
2.5VA..30VA
200A..1200A
50x12mm,2x40x10mm,ø44mm
ASK51.43U
2.5VA..15VA
200A..1200A
50x12mm,2x40x10mm,ø44mm
ASK561.4
2.5VA..30VA
200A..1250A
60x10mm,2x50x10mm,ø44mm
*ASK61.4
1.5VA..30VA
200A..1600A
63x10mm,2x50x10mm,ø44mm
ASK61.42U
2.5VA..30VA
250A..1600A
63x10mm,2x50x10mm,ø44mm
ASK61.43U
2.5VA..15VA
200A..1600A
63x10mm,2x50x10mm,ø44mm
ASK63.4
1.5VA..15VA
300A..2000A
60x30mm,50x40mm,ø44mm
ASK63.6
1.5VA..30VA
200A..2000A
60x30mm,ø30mm
ASK81.4
2.5VA..45VA
400A..2000A
80x10mm,60x30mm,2x60x10mm,ø55mm
ASK81.42U
5VA..30VA
500A..2000A
80x10mm,60x30mm,2x60x10mm,ø55mm
ASK101.4
5VA..45VA
500A..2500A
100x10mm,2x80x10mm,ø70mm
ASK101.42U
5VA..30VA
600A..2500A
100x10mm,2x80x10mm,ø70mm
ASK103.3
5VA..45VA
750A..3000A
2x100x10mm,3x80x10mm,ø85mm
ASK123.3
5VA..45VA
1000A..4000A
123x30mm,3x100x10mm,ø100mm
ASK129.10
5VA..45VA
1000A..7500A
120x90mm
WSK30
2.5VA..5VA
1A..20A
-
WSK40
2.5VA..15VA
1A..40A
-
WSK60
2.5VA..15VA
5A..30A
-
WSK70.6
2.5VA..15VA
25A..150A
-
*ASK31.5
ASK31.52U
Snap-onmountingforASKtype
66
Otherratingsandaccuracyclassesbyagreement.
*onstockASK31.52.5VA50,75A;5VA100-600A,ASK61.410VA800,1000,1200,1500A
Dimensionaldrawingsareonpages84,85.
SpecialDemands
Itistechnicallynotpossibletosatisfyallthebelowstatedspecialrequirementsateachstandardversion.
Apreviousagreementisthereforerequired.
General
•Increasedmechanicalresistance
•Non-brilliantpane
•Mechanicallyresistantpane(plastic) •Frontframeinanothercolour(red,blue,yellow)
•TropicalversionincompliancewithDIN40040-
-mechanicalmetersHVE
-electronicmetersJVE
•Adjustablepointer1x •Adjustablepointer2x •ProtectionofthefrontsideIP54
•ProtectionofthefrontsideIP65(seepage79) • Ship
version:
-mechanicalmeters -electronicmeters
•Luminescentscale(72x72and96x96mm)
•DCsupply24V,48V,60V •DCsupply110V,230V
•Non-standardmountingposition
•Protectioncoverforprotectionofconnectionterminals:
-Q144,Q96,Q72,Q48
•Sparefixingelements:
-H1 -mosaicfixing
Meters with moving coil
•Zeropointinthemiddleoratanoptionalposition
•Non-standardrating •Additionalrating
•Non-standardinternalresistance
•Built-inpotentiometerforrangeextension
•Increaseddamping •Increasedaccuracy(error1%),
-scale90° -scale240° •Mechanicalzeropointsuppression
Meters with moving iron
•Non-standardrating •CalibrationforDCandACquantity
•Increaseddamping
•Calibrationforhigherfrequency(from100Hzto500Hz)
•Ammeterswith100%overload
•Ammeterswithtripleormultipleoverload(max.6times)
•Additionalratings
•Increasedaccuracy(1%inoneselectedpoint)
Dial
•Dialwithastandardscale
•Dialwithanon-standardscale •Non-printedscale
•Scalebyatable,acurve,acalibration •Additionaldesignationsonascale(max.15characters)
•Colourdesignationonascale •Colourfieldonascale
•Non-standardscaledivision •Blackdial,whiteoryellowdesignations
•Transparentdial
Other meters and accessories
•MQ..withprotectingtransformer
•MQ../5Awithsettingtimes15,20and30min. •ZQ..withanothermeasuringrange(162/3...400Hz)
•Separateshuntswithvoltagedrop75mV
•Separateshuntswithvoltagedrop100mV
•Separateshuntswithaccuracy0.2%
67
GeneralExplanations
Interchangeable scale at panel meters
Scalescanbeinterchangedatsquarepanelmetersandatmetersforrailmounting(35mm)withdigit7attheend
of a type designation (e.g. FQ 0207) both at new and already used instruments. This is especially convenient for
the meters which are connected to a current or voltage measuring transformer or a shunt. Push a cover towards
theupperpartinthedirectionofanarrowanddrawoutthescalewithasuitabletool.Whenthescaleisreplaced,
carefullyclosetheslotwiththecover.ThescalecolourcomplieswithRAL9010.
Ship version
Specialversionsareavailableforpanelmountingintoships.Thesearemechanicallyresistantandadditionallysealed
meterswhichcomplywiththerequirementsofCRS(CroatianRegisterofShippingCo.Ltd).Themeterhousingis
markedwithananchor andLisaddedtothetypedesignation.(e.g.FQ0207L)
Housing
AllsquarepanelmeterswhichcomplywithDIN43700aremadeofmechanicallyandtemperatureresistantdarkgrey
(RAL9011)thermoplasticmaterial;incombustibilitycomplieswithUL94V-0.Theblack(RAL9005)frontframecomplieswithDIN43718.Atcustomerrequestaspecialcoverfortheprotectionofconnectionterminalsfromcontact
canbeaddedtothemeter(IP20).
Pointer
Atsquaremetersthepointerisastandardtypewithanarrowedpoint.Sensitivemetersandmultimetersare
providedwithatubeoranarrowedtubepointer.
standardpointer
68
tubepointer
knife-edgepointer
GeneralExplanations
Fixing
Thepanelmetersarefixedtotheswitchboardwiththeenclosedfixingelements:
•theQsquaremetersareusuallyfixedwithscrews(figureonpage78).
•byagreement,themeters(48mmx48mm)canbefixedwithspecialfixingelementsfortwoversionsofmosaic
mounting(seepage78).
Degree of protection
AtypeofprotectioncomplieswithDIN40050:forahousingIP52andforconnectionterminalsIP00.
IP20withprotectioncover(optional)
IP54protectionprovidesforadditionalsealingofthefrontside(optional).
IP65withsiliconprotectioncover(optional,seepage79).
Accuracy
TheaccuracyclassaccordingtoEN60051indicatespermitteddeviationinpercentagefromthefinalmeasuringvalue
andisstatedforeachgroupseparately.
Temperature and climatic conditions
Standardmetersoperateintheambienttemperaturerangefrom-25°Cto55°C.Max.relativehumidityis80%.
AccordingtoIEC60721-2-1(Classificationofenvironmentalconditions)ourinstrumentscomplywithWDaE
typeofclimate.Formoredifficultambientconditionswhenslightdamping(butnomoulds)occurs,aspecial
“conditionallytropic”versionisavailable:HVE(from-25°Cto+55°C)forstandardmeterswithoutelectronicsand
JVE(from-10°Cto+55°C)forthemeterswithbuilt-inelectronics.
Resistance to vibrations and shocks
Resistance to vibrations and shocks of analogue panel meters complies with EN 60051 or DIN VDE 0410/3.86
standard.
69
GeneralExplanations
Position and marks
Normaloperatingpositionofthepanelmetersisvertical.Thepositionismarkedonthescaleandthemetersare
correspondinglycalibrated.
α°
vertically
horizontally
atanangle(e.g.60°regardingthehorizontalposition)
OTHER SYMBOLS ON THE SCALE AND THE HOUSING COMPLY WITH EN60051 AND EN61010.
Significanceofsymbols
Measuringsystemwithamovingcoil
Measuringsystemwithamovingcoil
Measuringsystemwithamovingiron
Bimetalmeasuringsystem
Combinedmeterwithabimetal
systemandamovingiron
Meterwithelectronics
Vibratingmeasuringsystem
Terminalforaprotectiveconductor
Warning:seeApplicationInstructions
TestvoltagenotcompliantwithVDE
DC
AC
DCandAC
Threephasethree-wiresystemwithbalancedload
Three-phasefour-wiresystemwithbalancedload
Threephasethree-wiresystemwithunbalancedload(twomeasuringsystems)
Three-phasefour-wiresystemwithunbalancedload(threemeasuringsystems)
Accuracyclass
Ratings in compliance with DIN 43780
Standardratingsareselectedfromthesequence1-1.2-1.5-2.5-3-4-5-6-7.5-(8)alsoconsideringdecade
multiplesofthestatednumbers.UnitsonthescalearemarkedaccordingtoDIN1301.
70
GeneralExplanations
GENERALDATA
Typeof
measurement
U,I
U,I
U,I
I
I
f
f
P
W
cosϕ
T
Q
FORM
Symbolof
measuring
system
Ship
version
Interchangable
dial
Pagein
catalogue
•
•
176,177
•
•
181,182
•
183,184
Typeofmeter
BQ0...
•
FQ0...
•
MQ0...
•
CQ0...
•
•
ZQ0...
•
YQ0...
•
EQ0...
•
WQ0...
•
MI7350
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ZQ1...
•
ZQ..17
•
185
•
176,177
179
173
•
172
•
171
•
•
169
•
•
169
•
•
174
•
•
•
180
FN0...
•
CN0...
175
•
•
•
FQ1...
171
•
•
EQ2...
181
•
180
•
FQ0507
•
MQ0507
CQ2507
172
•
•
YQ2...
BQ2507
•
•
ZQ2...
BQ0507
173
•
•
CQ2...
BN0...
179
•
170
KQ0...
BQ2...
•
•
•
•
•
•
176,177
•
181,182
•
183
•
176,177
•
179
71
DimensionalDrawings
PANELMETERS
Cutting for
mounting b
Dimensions (mm)
Bezel height c
Base
d
Dimensions with
packing (mm)
Volume with
packing (dm 3 )
Weight with
packing (kg)
48
45+0.6
5
-
55x55x75
0.23
0.10
BQ0307
72
+0.8
68
5.5
-
80x75x75
0.45
0.16
BQ0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
102x102x75
0.78
0.20
BQ0107
144
138+1
8
-
155x155x80
1.92
0.43
BQ2407
48
45+0.6
5
-
75x60x85
0.38
0.16
BQ2307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
100x90x85
0.77
0.20
BQ2207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
120x110x85
1.12
0.30
BQ2107
144
138+1
8
-
170x160x85
2.31
0.44
CQ0407
48
45+0.6
5
-
55x55x75
0.23
0.10
CQ0307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
80x75x75
0.45
0.16
CQ0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
102x102x75
0.78
0.22
CQ0107
144
138+1
8
-
155x155x80
1.92
0.44
CQ2407
48
45+0.6
5
-
75x60x85
0.38
0.16
CQ2307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
100x90x85
0.77
0.20
CQ2207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
120x110x85
1.12
0.30
CQ2107
144
138+1
8
-
170x160x85
2.31
0.44
CQ3207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
102x102x75
0.78
0.32
FQ0407
48
45+0.6
5
-
55x55x75
0.23
0.10
FQ0307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
80x75x75
0.45
0.16
FQ0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
102x102x75
0.78
0.24
FQ0107
144
138+1
8
-
155x155x80
1.92
0.40
FQ3207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
102x102x75
0.78
0.32
ZQ0317
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
100x90x85
0.77
0.22
ZQ0217
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
120x110x85
1.12
0.32
ZQ0117
144
138+1
8
-
170x160x85
2.31
0.52
ZQ1217
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
120x110x85
1.12
0.43
ZQ1117
144
138+1
8
-
170x160x85
2.31
0.75
MQ0407
48
45+0.6
5
-
75x60x85
0.38
0.12
MQ0317
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
100x90x85
0.77
0.19/0.31*
MQ0307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
100x90x85
0.77
0.15
MQ0217
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
120x110x85
1.12
0.27
MQ0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
120x110x85
1.12
0.22
MQ0107
144
138+1
8
-
170x160x85
2.31
0.50
MQ0117
144
138+1
8
-
170x160x85
2.31
0.55
ZQ0407
48
45+0.6
5
-
55x55x75
0.23
0.16
TYPE
BQ0407
Front frame
a
ZQ0307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
80x75x75
0.45
0.20
ZQ0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
102x102x75
0.78
0.20
ZQ0107
144
138+1
8
-
155x155x80
1.92
0.40
ZQ2307
72
68+0.8
5.5
-
100x90x120
1.08
0.20
ZQ2207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
160x105x102
1.71
0.20
ZQ2107
144
138+1
8
-
150x150x137
3.08
0.40
YQ0307
72
68+0.8
5.5
29
102x76x104
0.81
0.24
YQ0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
27.3
102x120x105
1.29
0.35
Note:*with/withouttransformer
72
Dimensional Drawings
PANEL METERS
Weight with
packing (kg)
155x155x137
3.29
0.60
29
102x76x104
0.81
0.28
27.3
102x120x105
1.29
0.45
27.3
155x155x137
3.29
0.65
29
102x76x104
0.81
0.24
5.5
27.3
102x120x105
1.29
0.35
Dimensions (mm)
Bezel height c
Base
d
144
138+1
8
27.3
YQ 2307
72
68+0.8
5.5
YQ 2207
96
92+0.8
5.5
YQ 2107
144
138+1
8
EQ 0307
72
68+0.8
5.5
EQ 0207
96
92+0.8
YQ 0107
Front frame
a
Dimensions
with packing
Volume with
packing (dm 3 )
Cutting for
mounting b
TYPE
(mm)
EQ 0107
144
138+1
8
27.3
155x155x137
3.29
0.60
EQ 2307
72
68+0.8
5.5
29
102x76x104
0.81
0.28
EQ 2207
96
92+0.8
5.5
27.3
102x120x105
1.29
0.45
EQ 2107
144
138+1
8
27.3
155x155x137
3.29
0.65
WQ 0217
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
1.71
0.90
WQ 1217
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
1.71
0.95
WQ 1208
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
1.71
0.90
WQ 0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
1.71
0.95
WQ 2207
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
1.71
0.95
WQ 1247
96
92+0.8
5.5
27.3
102x115x95
1.11
0.90
KQ 0207
96
92+0.8
5.5
-
105x105x95
1.05
0.30
MI 7350
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
98x152x100
1.49
0.60
SQ 0204
96
92+0.8
5.5
48.5
102x102x120
1.25
0.50
SQ 0104
144
138+1
8
28
150x150x140
2.57
0.71
SQ 0114
144
138+1
8
28
150x150x140
2.57
0.71
SQ 0214
96
92+0.8
5.5
48.5
102x102x120
1.25
0.55
ZQ 1207
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
1.71
0.50
ZQ 1208
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
97x61x97
0.57
0.26
FQ 1207
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
160x105x102
0.78
0.45
FQ 1208
96
92+0.8
5.5
54.3
102x102x75
1.39
0.50
MC 740, MC 744,
MC 750, MC 754
AC supply
96
92+0.8
5.5
37
213x138x152
5.03
0.80
MC 740, MC 744,
MC 750, MC 754
DC supply
96
92+0.8
5.5
37
213x138x152
5.03
0.65
MC 760, MC 764
AC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.80
MC 760, MC 764
DC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.65
UMC 740 AC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.80
UMC 740 DC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.65
UMC 750 AC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.80
UMC 750 DC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.65
UMC 760 AC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.75
UMC 760 DC supply
110
87.7+0.8
19
-
213x138x152
5.03
0.65
73
Dimensional Drawings
SCALES, MEASURING TRANSDUCERS
- weight, dimensions
Scales
TYPE
Spread without
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (g)
cutout (mm)
xQ x107
131 x 129.6
16980
19.81
xQ x207
84.7 x 86.3
7310
8.53
xQ x307
62.7 x 61.4
3850
4.49
xQ x407
39.4 x 40.1
1580
1.84
xQ x507
39.4 x 40.1
1580
1.84
Measuring transducers - weight
TYPE
Powered from
measuring circuit
Universal power supply
AC power supply
Weight of transducer with
Weight - kg
Weight - kg
communication and 3 outputs
Weight - kg
- kg
(U)MT 560
0.600
(U)MT 550
0.600
(U)MT 540
0.600
(U)MT 518
0.420
(U)MT 516
0.420
(U)MT 511
0.420
(U)MT 510
0.420
MT 406
0.280
MT 408
0.280
MT 416
0.340
MT 418
0.340
MT 440
0.370
MI 450
0.282
0.372
MI 452
0.282
0.372
MI 454
0.282
0.372
MI 456
0.282
0.372
MI 458
0.282
0.372
MI 485
0.293
74
Weight of transducer with
communication - kg
Dimensional Drawings
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS, MEASURING CENTRES,
COMMUNICATION ADAPTERS, - weight, dimensions
Measuring transducers - dimensions
TYPE
Dimensions with packing - mm
Volume with packing - dm
MT 560/UMT 560
135 x 90 x 170
2. 065
MT 550/UMT 550
135 x 90 x 170
2. 065
MT 540/UMT 540
135 x 90 x 170
2, 065
MT 518/UMT 518
135 x 85 x 105
1.205
MT 516/UMT 516
135 x 85 x 105
1.205
MT 511/UMT 511
135 x 85 x 105
1.205
MT 510/UMT 510
135 x 85 x 105
1.205
MT 406
123 x 61 x 87
0.964
MT 408
123 x 61 x 87
0.964
MT 416
123 x 61 x 87
0.964
MT 418
123 x 61 x 87
0.964
MT 440
135 x 85 x 105
1.205
MI 450
123 x 61 x 87
0.653
MI 452
123 x 61 x 87
0.653
MI 454
123 x 61 x 87
0.653
MI 456
123 x 61 x 87
0.653
MI 458
123 x 61 x 87
0.653
MI 485
123 x 61 x 87
0.653
3
Measuring centres
Dimensions with
(mm)
Volume with packing
3
(dm )
MC 640, MC 650, MC 660
155 x 215 x 93
3.099
0.4
MC 646, MC 656, MC 666
155 x 215 x 93
3.099
0.55
TYPE
packing
Weight
(kg)
Communication adapters
TYPE
MI 480
Dimensions with
packing (mm)
123 x 87 x 111
Volume with packing
3
(dm )
Weight
1.19
0.53 AC/0.33 UNI*
(kg)
MI 485
123 x 87 x 60
0.64
0.32 AC/0.24 UNI*
MI 486/488
123 x 87 x 60
0.64
0.36 AC/0.25 UNI*
* AC -auxiliary power supply; UNI-universal power supply.
75
MI 7
MI 7
DimensionalDrawings
ENERGYMETERSFORRAILMOUNTING
-weight,dimensions
Dimensions (on special request)
TYPE
Bezelheight(mm)
EQ2107
EQ0207
EQ2207
YQ2107
YQ0207
YQ2207
144
144
96
96
b
138+1.0
138+1.0
92+0.8
92+0.8
Bezelheight(mm)
c
144
144
96
96
Protectioncover(mm)
e
90
90
90
92
135
135
95
95
Panelcut-out(mm)
a
EQ0107
YQ0107
Scaleslength(mm)
Base(mm)
Weightapprox.
*Figureonpage77.
76
d
54
54
28
54
0.9
1.1
0.5
0.7
DimensionalDrawings
ANALOGUEMETERS
Panel meters: dimensions
1)ForrangesFQ=30...60AandBQ=7.5…60A:M6
2)ForrangesFQ=30...60AandBQ=7.5…60A:59mm
3)Protectioncovere=(Q48=42.5mm,Q72=66.5mm,Q96andQ144=90mm)
Note:Dimensionsof a, b, c, d canbeseenintableonpage72,73.
DimensionaldrawingsofSQ0xx4canbeseenintableonpage80andMC/UMC7x0onpage82.
Protection cover for Q96 instruments
77
DimensionalDrawings
ANALOGUEMETERS
Fixing elements
with a screw TYPE
DIMENSIONS (mm)
A
C
D
E
F
G
H
13
11.5
64+/-0.2
85
25+/-0.2
25+/-0.2
72
16.5
11.5
64+/-0.2
85
25+/-0.2
25+/-0.2
72
13
16
103+/-0.2
105
31+/-0.2
51+/-0.2
96
BN0203
16.5
16
103+/-0.2
105
31+/-0.2
51+/-0.2
96
CN0103
13
11.5
64+/-0.2
85
25+/-0.2
25+/-0.2
72
16
103+/-0.2
105
31+/-0.2
51+/-0.2
96
103
85
25+/-0.2
25+/-0.2
72
103+/-0.2
105
31+/-0.2
51+/-0.2
96
BN0103
forratingsfrom7.5A
to60A
BN0103
BN0203
1)
for mosaic fixing
forratingsfrom7.5A
to60A
CN0203
13
FN0103
1321)
11.5
FN0201
1321)
16
+/-0.2
forrangesFN=15...60AandBN=7.5…60A:M6
1)forrangesFN=15...60AandBN=7.5…60A:16.5mm
78
Dimensional Drawings
MEASURING TRANSFORMER
BQ 0507
FQ 0507
MQ 0507
CQ 0507
BQ 2507
CQ 2507
Measuring transformer for add-on 1 or 5 A for CQ 0407 and CQ 2407
or
Protection of front side IP65
B
H
Ti
B1
H1
Size
54
54
8
48.4
48.4
Q 48
78
78
8
72.4
72.4
Q 72
102
102
8
96.4
96.4
Q 96
150
150
9 144.4
144.4
Q 144
79
Dimensional Drawings
SYNCHROSCOPE
MiBOX
SYNCHROSCOPE
MiBOX
80
Dimensional Drawings
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS
MT 5x0/UMT5x0
MT 51x/UMT 51x
MI 4xx
RD 500
MT 406, MT 408, MT 416, MT 418
MT 440
81
Dimensional Drawings
MEASURING CENTRES
UMC 760, UMC 750, UMC 740
MC 764, MC 754, MC 744
MC 6x0, MC 6x6
MC 330, MC 320
82
MC 760, MC 750, MC 740
Dimensional Drawings
DIGITAL METERS
DM 302, DM 306, DM 308, DM 310
DM 202, DM 206, DM 208
DM 210
83
DimensionalDrawings
CURRENTMEASURINGTRANSFORMERS
TYPE
FRONT
BOTTOM
FROMSIDE
1.ASR20.3
2.ASR201.3
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.ASR21.3
2.ASR22.3,
ASR22.32U
1.ASK205.3
2.ASK21.3
1.ASK231.5
2.ASK31.3,
ASK31.32U
1.ASK318.3
2.ASK31.4,
ASK31.42U,
ASK31.43U
1.ASK31.5,
ASK31.52U
2.ASK41.3
1.ASK421.4
2.ASK41.4,
ASK41.42U,
ASK41.43U
1.ASK412.4
2.ASK541.4
1.ASK51.4,
ASK51.42U,
ASK51.43U
2.ASK561.4
1.ASK61.4,
ASK61.42U,
ASK61.43U
2.ASK63.4
84
DimensionalDrawings
CURRENTMEASURINGTRANSFORMERS
TYPE
FRONT
BOTTOM
FROMSIDE
1.ASK63.6
2.ASK81.4,
ASK81.42U
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
1.ASK101.4,
ASK101.42U
2.ASK103.3
1.ASK123.3
2.ASK129.10
1.WSK30
2.WSK40
1.WSK60
2.WSK70.6
Current measuring transformers - dimensions, weight
TYPE
Width
Height
Depth (with pedestal)
Primary cable
Diameter
ASR20.3
44
65
30(62)
-
21
0.152
Weight range
0.191
ASR201.3
44
64.5
30
-
21
0.150
0.190
ASR21.3
48,5
65
30(62)
-
22,5
0.230
0.280
ASR22.3
60
78.5
30(62)
-
22,5
0.250
0.280
ASK205.3
48,5
65
30(62)
20x5
17,5
0.200
0.198
ASK21.3
60
78.5
30(62)
20x10
19,2
0.315
0.268
ASK231.5
49,5
70
50(82)
30x10
28
0.340
0.320
ASK31.3
60
78.5
30(62)
30x10.2x20x10
26
0.267
0.240
ASK318.3
60
78.5
30(62)
31x18
26
0.238
0.250
ASK31.4
60
78.5
40(72)
30x10.2x2010
28
0.375
0.300
ASK31.5
60
78.5
50(82)
30x10.2x2010
28
0.450
0.350
ASK41.3
60
78.5
30(62)
40x13.32x18
28
0.220
0.240
ASK421.4
70
88.5
40(72)
20x10
26
0.712
0.420
ASK41.4
70
88.5
40(72)
40x10.2x30x5
20
0.462
0.345
ASK412.4
70
88.5
40(72)
40x10.2x30x15
32
0.475
0.420
ASK541.4
85
101.5
40(72)
40x10.2x30x5
30,5
0.910
0.450
ASK51.4
85
101.5
40(72)
50x12.2x40x10
32
0.536
0.460
ASK561.4
85
101.5
40(72)
60x10.2x50x10
44
0.472
0.490
ASK61.4
95
108.5
40(72)
63x10.2x50x10
44
0.520
0.490
ASK63.4
95
108.5
40(72)
60x30.5x40
44
0.420
0.430
ASK63.6
88
132
60(92)
60x30
44
0.740
0.835
ASK81.4
120
126.5
40(72)
80x10.6x30.2x6x10
30
1.000
0.565
ASK101.4
130
144
40(72)
100x10.2x80x10
55
0.550
0.713
ASK103.3
172
187.5
31(62)
2x100x10.3x80x10
70
0.800
0.750
ASK123.3
172
187.5
31(62)
123x30.3x100x10
85
0.800
0.850
ASK129.1
250
250
100(132)
120x90
100
3.000
3.400
WSK30
60
78.5
30(62)mm
-
-
0.290
0.270
WSK40
70
88.5
40(72)mm
-
-
0.320
0.412
WSK60
70
88.5
60(92)mm
-
-
0.410
0.460
WSK70.6
70
85
60(76)mm
-
-
0.520
0.580
85
Dimensional Drawings
SHUNTS
A
B
Dimensions (mm)
Current through separate shunt (A)
1, 1.5, 2.5, 4
40 60
6 10 15 25
100 150
250
400
600
Possibility A
1000
90
100
145
a2
28
33
55
b1
20
20
30
40
40
60
15
20
20
b2
-
-
b3
-
-
c1
8
8
c2
-
-
e
78
80
Washer DIN 125
90
120
30
21
30
-
48
60
10
10
105
115
30
2 x 1
M5 x 12
5.3
-
Nut
-
86
65
-
Spring washer DIN 127
Voltage terminals
165
-
No. of terminals
Fixing screw
2500
Possibility B
a1
h1
1500
2x2
M8 x 15
M12 x 40
M16 x 45
M16 x 45
M20 x 50
M16 x 45
M20 x 50
8.4
13.5
17
17
12
16
16
21
17
21
20
16
20
M12
M16
M16
M20
M16
M20
2 cylindrical screws M5 x 8 (DIN 84-4) and 2 washers 5.3
ConnectionDiagrams
MULTIMETERMC330,ENERGYMETERMC320
CONNECTION
Voltageinputscanbeconnectedeitherdirectlytolow-voltagenetworkorviaahigh-voltagetransformerto
high-voltagenetwork.Currentinputsshallbeconnectedtonetworkviaacorrespondingcurrenttransformer.
3u−three-wire,unbalancedload
4b−four-wire,balancedload
1b−single-wire,balancedload
3b−three-wire,balancedload
4u−four-wire,unbalancedload
87
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING CENTRES MC 7x0/UMC 7x0 - Ethernet
Converter voltage inputs can be connected directly to low-voltage network or they can be connected via a
high-voltage transformer to high-voltage network. Current inputs shall be connected to network via a
corresponding current transformer.
l
l
L
L
1b - single phase, balanced load
3b - three-phase, three wires, balanced load
l
L
l
l
L
L
4b - three-phase, four wires, balanced load
3u - three-phase, three wires, unbalanced
load
l
L
l
L
l
L
4u - three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
88
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING CENTRES MC 7x0/UMC 7x0 - RS232/485
Converter voltage inputs can be connected directly to low-voltage network or they can be connected via a high-voltage
transformer to high-voltage network. Current inputs shall be connected to network via a corresponding current
transformer.
l
l
L
L
3b - three-phase, three wires, balanced load
1b - single phase, balanced load
l
L
l
L
3u - three-phase, three wires, unbalanced load
l
L
4b - three-phase, four wires, balanced load
l
l
L
L
4u - three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
89
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING CENTRES MC 7x4
Voltage inputs can be connected either directly to low-voltage network or they can be connected via a high-voltage
transformer to high-voltage network. Current inputs shall be connected to network via a corresponding current
transformer.
l
l
L
L
3b - Three-phase, three wires, balanced load
1b - single wire, balanced load
l
L
l
L
3u - three-phase, three wires, unbalanced load
l
L
4b - hree-phase, four wires, balanced load
l
l
L
L
4u - three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
90
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING CENTRES MC 6x6 (DIRECT CONNECTION)
1b − single phase, balanced load
3b − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
3u − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
4b − three-phase, four wires, balanced load
4u −three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
91
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING CENTRES MC 6x0
(CONNECTION VIA CURRENT TRANSFORMER)
1b − single phase, balanced load
3b − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
3u − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
4b − three-phase, four wires, balanced load
4u − three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
92
Connection Diagrams
PANEL METERS
YQ xx07
EQ xx07
WQ xx07
1b
*
*
*
3b
*
*
*
3u
*
*
*
4b
*
*
*
4u
*
*
*
b − balanced load
u − unbalanced load
1b
3b
3u
4b
4u
Note: Connection terminals 19, 20, 21 are missing at EQ YQ, WQ types.
Connection terminals 13, 14 are available only for instruments with external power
supply.
93
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS MT 5x0/UMT 5x0
1b − single phase
1b − single phase
94
1b − single phase
3b − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS MT 5x0/UMT 5x0
3b − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
3b − three-phase, three wires, balanced load
3u − three-phase, three wires, unbalanced load
3u − three-phase, three wires, unbalanced load
95
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS MT 5x0/UMT 5x0
3u − three-phase, three wires, unbalanced load
4b − three-phase, four wires, balanced load
96
3u − three-phase, three wires, unbalanced load
4b − three-phase, four wires, balanced load
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS MT 5x0/UMT 5x0
4b − three-phase, four wires, balanced load
4u − three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
4u − three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
4u − three-phase, four wires, unbalanced load
97
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS MT 51x/UMT 51x
98
(U)MT 510, (U)MT 511
(U)MT 510, (U)MT 511
1b − single phase
1b − single phase
(U)MT 516
(U)MT 516
1b − single phase
1b − single phase
(U)MT 518
(U)MT 518
1b − single phase
1b − single phase
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCER MT 4xx
MT 406
MT 408
MT 416
MT 418
99
ConnectionDiagrams
MEASURINGTRANSDUCERMT440
MT 440 − 1b
MT 440 − 3b
MT 440 − 3u
MT 440 − 4u
MT 440 − 4b
100
Connection Diagrams
MEASURING TRANSDUCERS MT 4xx
COMMUNICATION ADAPTERS MI 48x
MI 485
Transducers can have up to four analogue outputs
MI 456
MI 458
MI 454
MI 486
MI 488
MI 480
MI 452, 4-wire
MI 452, 3-wire
MI 452, 2-wire
MI 450, 4-wire
MI 450, 3-wire
MI 450, 2-wire
Note:
Auxiliary supply on connection terminals 13 (-) and 14 (+), output on connection terminals 15 (-) and 16 (+).
101
Connection Diagrams
TAP POSITION METERS
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS FOR TAP POSITION METERS
CQ 2207
102
CQ 0207
Connection Diagrams
ANALOG METERS ZQ 120x, FQ 120x, CQ 3207, FQ 3x07,
SQ 02x4, SQ 01x4, FQ 1108, ZQ 1108
Connection diagram for: SQ 02x4, SQ 01x4
Phase to phase connection
Connection terminal number
Phase to neutral connection
Connection designation
1
Use of terminal
1)
System voltage
1)
System voltage
L1
2
L2
3
L11)
Generator voltage
4
1)
Generator voltage
L2
5
SYNC.
Relay output
6
SYNC.
Relay output
7
STATUS
Status output
8
STATUS
Status output
In the case of phase to neutral connection, the connection scheme on the back side of the synchronoscope
(upper pictures) is different, connection terminal designations are ”L” and ”N”.
1)
Connection diagram for: ZQ 1207, ZQ 1208,
FQ 1207, FQ 1208, FQ 1108, ZQ 1108
Connection diagram for: CQ 3207
Connection diagram for: FQ 3107, FQ 3207, FQ 3307
103
Instruments Conformity to Standards
overloads of short duration
Type of instrument
Range
Test condition
Standard requirements
CQ2207
1A
0.5s ; 25x In
2x Un
CQ2207
1A
0.5s ; 30x In
2x Un
CQ2207
1A
0.5s ; 50x In
2x Un
CQ2207
1A
1s ; 25x In
2x Un
CQ2207
1A
1s ; 30x In
2x Un
CQ2207
1A
1s ; 50x In
2x Un
CQ2207
5A
0.5s ; 25x In
2x Un
CQ2207
5A
0.5s ; 30x In
2x Un
CQ2207
5A
0.5s ; 40x In
2x Un
CQ2207
5A
1s ; 25x In
2x Un
CQ2207
5A
1s ; 30x In
2x Un
CQ2207
5A
1s ; 40xIn
2x Un
EQ2207
1A
0.5s ; 25x In
2x Un
EQ2207
1A
0.5s ; 30x In
2x Un
EQ2207
1A
0.5s ; 50x In
2x Un
EQ2207
1A
1s ; 25x In
2x Un
EQ2207
1A
1s ; 30x In
2x Un
EQ2207
1A
1s ; 50x In
2x Un
EQ2207
5A
1s ; 25x In
2x Un
EQ2207
5A
1s ; 30x In
2x Un
EQ2207
5A
1s ; 50x In
2x Un
FQ0207
1A
0.5s ; 25x In
2x Un
FQ0207
1A
0.5s ; 30x In
2x Un
FQ0207
1A
0.5s ; 50x In
2x Un
FQ0207
1A
1s ; 25x In
2x Un
FQ0207
1A
1s ; 30x In
2x Un
FQ0207
1A
1s ; 50x In
2x Un
FQ0207
5A
0.5s ; 25x In
2x Un
FQ0207
5A
0.5s ; 30x In
2x Un
FQ0207
5A
0.5s ; 50x In
2x Un
FQ0207
5A
1s ; 50x In
2x Un
104
According to 60051-1:2000
Direct acting indicating analogue
electrical measuring instruments
and their accessories - Part
1: Definitions and general
requirements common to all parts
10xIn - 9x0,5s+1x5s/60s 2xUn 9x0,5s+1x5s/60s
InstrumentsConformitytoStandards
Typeofproduct
Conformitytostandard
Measuringcentres
MC760
Generalrequirements
Generalrequirements
MC750,MC740,
MC754,MC744
Generalrequirements
Generalrequirements
MC710
Generalrequirements
Generalrequirements
Communicationadapters
MI480,MI485,MI486,MI488
use-Part1:Generalrequirements
Generalrequirements
Measuringtransducers
MI400,MI401,MI404,MI413,
MI414,MI421,MI436,MI438
Generalrequirements
MT406,MT408,MT416,
MT418,MT420
Generalrequirements
MI450,MI452,MI454,
MI456andMI458
IEC62052-11:2004-Electricitymeteringequipment(ac)Generalrequirements,testsandtestconditionsPart11:Meteringequipment"
IEC62053-21:2003-Electricitymeteringequipment(a.c.)Particularrequirements-Part21:Staticmetersforactiveenergy
(classes1and2)
IEC62053-31:2003-Electricitymeteringequipment(a.c.)Particularrequirements-Part31:Pulseoutputdevicesforelectro
mechanicalandelectronicmeters(twowiresonly)
IEC61010-1:2001-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1:
IEC61326-1:2003-EMCrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1: IEC61000-4-5:2001-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4-5:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Surgeimmunitytest
IEC61000-4-7:2002-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4-7:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Generalguide
onharmonicsandinterharmonicsmeasurementsandinstrumentation,forpowersupplysystemsandequipmentconnectedthereto
IEC61000-4-15:2003-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Section15:
Flickermeter-Functionalanddesignspecifications
IEC61000-4-30:2003-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4-30:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Power
qualitymeasurementmethods
IEC62052-11:2004-Electricitymeteringequipment(ac)
Generalrequirements,testsandtestconditionsPart11:Meteringequipment"
IEC62053-21:2003-Electricitymeteringequipment(a.c.)Particularrequirements-Part21:Staticmetersforactiveenergy
(classes1and2)
IEC61010-1:2001-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1:
IEC61326-1:2003-EMCrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1: IEC61000-4-5:2001-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4-5:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Surgeimmunitytest
IEC61010-1:2001-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1:
IEC61326-1:2003-EMCrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1: IEC61000-4-5:2001-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4-5:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Surgeimmunitytest
IEC55024:2000-Informationtechnologyequipment-Immunitycharacteristics-Limitsandmethodofmeasurement(CISPR
24:1997,modified)
IEC61010-1:2001-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratory IEC61326-1:2003-EMCrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1:
IEC61000-4-3:1995-2-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)-Part4:Testingandmeasurementstechniques-Section3
Radiated,radio-frequency,electromagneticfieldimmunitytest
IEC688:1992-Electricalmeasuringtransducersforconvertinga.c.electricalquantitiestoanalogordigitalsignals
EN61326:1997+AmendmentA1:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuseEMCrequirements
"EN61000-6-2:1999-Electromagneticcompatibility(EMC)
Part6-2:Genericstandards-Immunityforindustrialenvironments"
IEC61010-1:2001-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1:
IEC688:1992-Electricalmeasuringtransducersforconvertinga.c.electricalquantities
toanalogordigitalsignals
EN61326:1997+AmendmentA1:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuseEMCrequirements
IEC61010-1:2001-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-Part1:
CEIIEC60770-1/1999-02-Transmittersforuseinindustrial-processcontrolsystem
CEIIEC1298-1/1995-07-Processmeasurementsandcontroldevices-Generalmethodsandproceduresforevaluating
performance;•Generalconsiderations
CEIIEC1298-2/1995-07-Processmeasurementsandcontroldevices-Generalmethodsandproceduresforevaluating
performance;•Testsunderreferenceconditions
CEIIEC1298-3/1995-07-Processmeasurementsandcontroldevices-Generalmethodsandproceduresforevaluating
performance;•Testsforeffectsofinfluencequantities
105
Instruments Conformity to Standards
General requirements
Energy meters
WQ 0207, WQ 0217, WQ 1217, WQ 2207
Synchronization meters
SQ 0204 in SQ 0214
ZQ 1207 General requirements
FQ 1207
General requirements
CEI IEC 1298-4 / 1995-07 - Process measurements and control device - General methods and procedures for evaluating performance; • Evaluation report content
IEC 61010-1: 2001 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - Part 1: EN61036 : 1996 - Alternating current static watt-hour meters for active energy ( classes 1 and 2 )
EN61010-1 : 1993 + Amendment A3 : 1995 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1 - General requirements
EN60051-5 : 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories. Special requirements for phase meters, power factor meters and synchroscopes.
EN 61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1- General requirements
EN 61326 : 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements
EN 61326: 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements
EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-4: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 4: Special requirements for frequency meters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1- EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
Power meters and power factor meters
EQ 0107, EQ 0207, EQ 2107, EQ 2207, EN 61236 : 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurements, control and laboratory use, EMC requirements
YQ 0107, YQ 0207, YQ 2107, YQ 2207
EN 60051-1 : 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 1 : Definitions and general requirement
EN 60051-3: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 3 : Special requirements for wattmeters and varmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 9 : Recommended test methods
EN 61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - Part 1 : General requirements
EQ 0307, EQ 2307, YQ 0307, YQ 2307
EN 61236 : 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurements, control and laboratory use, EMC requirements
EN 60051-1 : 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 1 : Definitions and general requirements
EN 60051-3: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 3 : Special requirements for wattmeters and varmeters
EN 60051-5: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 5 : Special requirements for phase meters, power factor meters and synchroscopes.
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Part 9 : Recommended test methods
EN 61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - Part 1 : General requirements
Frequency meters
ZQ 0207, ZQ 0407, ZQ 0307, ZQ 0107, EN 61326: 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements
ZQ 2307, ZQ 2207, ZQ 2107
EN60051-1 1994 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - General requirements
EN60051-4 1984 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Frequency meters
EN60051-9 1988 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories - Recommended test methods.
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1- General requirements
Reed frequency meters
ZQ 0317, ZQ 0217, ZQ 0117, EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions ZQ
1217, ZQ 1117 and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-4: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 4: Special requirements for frequency meters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1- General requirements
106
Instruments Conformity to Standards
Meters for DC voltage or current with moving coil
BQ 0107, BQ 0207, BQ 0307,
BQ 0407, BQ 0507
EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
BQ 2107, BQ 2207, BQ 2307, BQ 2407,
BQ 2507
EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
Meters for DC voltage or current with moving coil and rectifier
CQ 0107, CQ 0207, CQ 0307, CQ 0407,
CQ 0507, CQ 2107, CQ 2207, CQ 2307, EN 61326: 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements
CQ 2407, CQ 2507
EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
Meters for AC voltage or current with moving iron
FQ0107, FQ0207, FQ0307,
FQ0507, FQ0407
EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
FQ 3207 in FQ 3307
EN 60051-1: 2000 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 1: Definitions and general requirements to all parts
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessoriess - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
EN 60051-9: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 9: Recommended test methods
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
Bimetal maximum current meters
MQ 0507, MQ 0407, MQ 0307, EN60051-1 1994 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
MQ 0207, MQ 0107 - General requirements
EN60051-9 1988 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
- Recommended test methods.
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
Combined bimetal maximum current meters MQ 0117, MQ 0217, MQ 0317
EN60051-1 1994 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
- General requirements
EN60051-9 1988 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
- Recommended test methods.
EN 60051-2: 1995 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical instruments and their accessories - Part 2: Special requirements for Ammeters and Voltmeters
ESI 50-2 Bimetallic Ammeters
EN61010-1: 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1-
General requirements
Multimeters
MI 7054
EN 61326: 1998 - Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use - EMC requirements
EN60051-1 1994 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their
accessories - General requirements
EN60051-7 1984 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
- Multi-function instruments
EN60051-9 1988 - Direct acting indicating analogue electrical measuring instruments and their accessories
- Recommended test methods.
EN61010-1 : 2002 - Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use. Part 1 - General requirements
107
InstrumentsConformitytoStandards
MI7056
MI7065
EducationalProgramme
07035.00
07038.00
07021.01
07026.00
Digitaltemperaturemeters
MI7022
Shunts
Generalrequirements.
Commonstandards
108
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
EN60051-11994-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Generalrequirements
EN60051-71984-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Multi-functioninstruments
EN60051-91988-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Recommendedtestmethods
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.
Part1-Generalrequirements
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
EN60051-11994-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Generalrequirements
EN60051-71984-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Multi-functioninstruments
EN60051-91988-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Recommendedtestmethods
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.
Part1-Generalrequirements
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
EN60051-11994-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Generalrequirements
EN60051-71984-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Multi-functioninstruments
EN60051-91988-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Recommendedtestmethods
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.
Part1-Generalrequirements
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
EN60051-11994-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Generalrequirements
EN60051-21984-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Specialrequirementsforammetersandvoltmeters
EN60051-91988-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Recommendedtestmethods
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.
Part1-Generalrequirements
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
EN60051-11994-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Generalrequirements
EN60051-71984-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Multi-functioninstruments
EN60051-91988-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Recommendedtestmethods.
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.
Part1-Generalrequirements
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
EN60051-11994-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Generalrequirements
EN60051-71984-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Multi-functioninstruments
EN60051-91988-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalmeasuringinstrumentsandtheiraccessories
-Recommendedtestmethods.
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.
Part1-Generalrequirements
EN61326:1998-Electricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse-EMCrequirements
A1:1998AmendmentA1
AR0101EN60051-1:2000-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalinstrumentsandtheiraccessories-Part1:
Definitionsandgeneralrequirementstoallparts
EN60051-8:1995-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalinstrumentsandtheiraccessories-Part8:Special
requirementsforaccessories.
EN60051-9:1995-Directactingindicatinganalogueelectricalinstrumentsandtheiraccessories-Part9: Recommendedtestmethods
EN61010-1:2002-Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse.Part1-
DIN43701:measuringratings
IEC61554:1999Electricalmeasuringinstruments-dimensionsforpanelmounting
DIN43802:pointers,scales
DIN1451:inscriptions
EN60529:1997Degreesofprotectionprovidedenclosures(IPcode)
UL94V-0:selfextinguishablematerials
EN61010-1:2002Safetyrequirementsforelectricalequipmentformeasurement,controlandlaboratoryuse
EN61036:1998/A1:2001Alternatingcurrentstaticwatt-hourmetersforactiveenergy(Razreds1and2)
DIRECTIVE2002/96/ECof27January2003onwasteelectricalandelectronicequipment(WEEE)
DIRECTIVE2002/95/ECof27January2003ontherestrictionoftheuseofcertainhazardoussubstancesinEEE
InstallationcategoriesaccordingtostandardiEN61010-1anddataonthelabelontheinstrument.
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