Electronic Multi-Measuring Instrument

Electronic Multi-Measuring Instrument
ELECTRONIC MULTI-MEASURING INSTRUMENT
MODEL
ME96SS
ME96 Super-S Series
Electronic Indicating Instruments
functions and optional units
Highly appreciated ME96SS Series Electronic Multi-Measuring Instruments
measuring functions and network capability has been released.
This new series has improved measuring accuracy; even the economy model
MODBUS® TCP communication unit for Ethernet communication and logging
will be helpful in realizing more effective measurement monitoring systems
q ME96SSEA-MB (economy model)
Major features
[ 1 ] Active energy measuring accuracy of class 0.5S
[ 2 ] Applicable to harmonics (THD)
[ 3 ] Applicable to current demand
w ME96SSRA-MB (standard model)
Major features
[ 1 ] Active energy measuring accuracy of class 0.5S
[ 2 ] Applicable to harmonics of ±1.0% (19th)
[ 3 ] Applicable to demands A and W,var,VA
[ 4 ] Optional units can be added.
e ME96SSHA-MB (high-performance model)
Major features
[ 1 ] Active energy measuring accuracy of class 0.5S
[ 2 ] Applicable to harmonics of ±1.0% (31st)
[ 3 ] Applicable to demands A and W,var,VA
[ 4 ] Optional units can be added.
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with enhanced measuring
have been remodeled, and ME96 Super-S Series
with enhanced
has an active energy measuring accuracy corresponding to Class 0.5S. The
unit for enhanced data backup can be added to the models. The new series
and energy-saving measurement monitoring.
r Optional plug-in modules
Major features
[ 1 ] MODBUS ® TCP communication unit NEW
[ 2 ] Data logging unit NEW
[ 3 ] CC-Link communication unit
[ 4 ] Digital input and output unit
[ 5 ] Analog, pulse and alarm output unit
Remarks
MODBUS ® RTU communication function provided as standard
Contents
‡ Outline and Features .......................................................... 3
‡ ME96 Super-S Series Ver.A Features ................................ 4
‡ Specifications ...................................................................... 9
‡ Operating Instructions ..................................................... 14
‡ External Dimensions, Installation and Connections ..... 27
‡ Related Products .............................................................. 31
‡ Safety Precautions ............................................................ 33
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Outline and Features
Improved Measurement Functions
»Improved accuracy of active energy, reactive energy and power factor and expanded measurement ranges of harmonics and
demand values have been realized.
Model name
Transmission/Option specifications
MODBUS® RTU communication
Plug-in module (options)
• Analog/Pulse/Contact output/input
• CC-Link communication
• Digital input/output (for MODBUS® RTU communication)
• Backup (on SD card)
• MODBUS® TCP communication
ME96SSHA-MB
(High-performance class)
MODBUS® RTU communication
Plug-in module (options)
• Analog/Pulse/Contact output/input
• CC-Link communication
• Digital input/output (for MODBUS® RTU communication)
• Backup (on SD card)
• MODBUS® TCP communication
ME96SSRA-MB
(Standard class)
ME96SSEA-MB
(Economy class)
Main measurement items
A, DA, V, Hz = ±0.1%
W, var, VA, PF = ±0.2%
Wh = class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
varh = class 1S (IEC62053-24)
Harmonics = 31st-deg (max)
Rolling demand = W, var, VA
A, DA, V = ±0.2%
Hz = ±0.1%
W, var, VA, PF = ±0.5%
Wh = class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
varh = class 1S (IEC62053-24)
Harmonics = 19th-deg (max)
Rolling demand = W, var, VA
A, DA, V = ±0.5%
Hz = ±0.2%
W, PF = ±0.5%
Wh = class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
Harmonics = Only total
MODBUS® RTU communication
Optional Plug-in Modules
Analog output
Pulse/Alarm output
Contact input
Contact output
Transmission function
ME-4210-SS96
4
2
1
—
—
ME-0040C-SS96
—
—
4
—
CC-Link
ME-0052-SS96
—
—
5
2
—
ME-0000BU-SS96
—
—
—
—
SD CARD
ME-0000MT-SS96
—
—
—
—
MODBUS TCP
Model name
Used with
ME96SSHA-MB
ME96SSRA-MB
®
Note: Optional Plug-in Module can not be used with ME96SSEA-MB.
MODBUS® RTU System (ME96SSHA-MB/ME96SSRA-MB with ME-0052-SS96 (optional plug-in module))
»MODBUS® RTU communication system optimizes computer monitoring operations
»Attachment of ME-0052-SS96 (optional) enables remote monitoring of the contact input signal
and on/off control of the contact output signal
»Digital input signals can be latched for over 30ms, and there is no need for external latch circuits
Central monitor
RS485/USB
converter
ME-0052-SS96
optional unit
USB
RS485 (MODBUS RTU)
®
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Tripping
Closing
AL
PAL
TAL
Turning on/off breaker, etc.
<MODBUS® RTU Interface Specifications>
• Max. Baud rate: 38.4kbps
• Max. Connection Distance: 1,200m
• Max. Connection Units: 31
<Optional Plug-in Module ME-0052-SS96>
• Digital Input: 5 points (24VDC)
• Digital Output: 2 points (35VDC)
ME96 Super-S Series Ver.A Features
CC-Link System (ME96SSHA-MB/ME96SSRA-MB with ME-0040C-SS96 (optional plug-in module))
»Optimum transmission system for remote monitoring using Mitsubishi PLC
»Contact signals can be remotely monitored by installing the optional module ME-0040C-SS96.
This is helpful in wiring and space saving.
»Digital unit signal can be latched for over 30ms, and there is no need for external latch circuits
CC-Link IE
MELSEC Series
CC-Link
Abnormal Signal (Facility)
Abnormal Signal (Earth Leakage)
Abnormal Signal (Temperature)
Circuit Breaker Status Signal, etc.
<CC-Link Interface>
• Max. Baud rate: 10Mbps
• Max. Connection Distance: 100m (10Mbps)~
1,200m (156kbps)
• Max. Connection Units: 42
• Digital Input: 4 points (24VDC)
Analog/Pulse/Alarm Output System (ME96SSHA-MB/ME96SSRA-MB with ME-4210-SS96 (optional plug-in module))
»Applicable to analog output, pulse output and alarm output with the aid of the
optional module ME-4210-SS96
»Remote monitoring of A, DA, V, W, var, VA, PF, Hz, Harmonics Current RMS value
and Harmonics voltage RMS value at 4 to 20mA output (max. 4 outputs)
»Active energy, reactive energy, apparent power and periodic energy (ME96SSHAMB) can be monitored by pulse output (max. 2 pulses)
»Can remotely monitor upper/lower limit alarm by contact output (max. 2 points)
CC-Link IE
Analog output
Pulse output
Alarm output
<Analog output specifications>
<Alarm output specifications>
• 4-20mA
• No-voltage a contact point
• 4 outputs
• 35VDC, 0.1A
• Resistance load 600Ω or less
<Digital input specifications>
<Pulse output specifications>
• 1 point (24VDC)
• No-voltage a contact point
• 35VDC, 0.1A
• Select output from pulse widths of 0.125, 0.5 or 1s
MODBUS® TCP Communication (ME96SSHA-MB/ME96SSRA-MB with ME-0000MT-SS96 (optional plug-in module))
»There is available an optional module usable
not only for the conventional MODBUS® RTU
(RS-485) communication and CC-Link
communication, but also for MODBUS® TCP
communication in an Ethernet environment.
Ethernet
SWITCH / HUB
PLC
Data Logging (ME96SSHA-MB/ME96SSRA-MB with ME-0000BU-SS96 (optional plug-in module))
»There is available an optional module which can retain data even when communication cannot be established.
CSV file data
Data in more than one logging unit can
be managed with one SD memory card.
Note: Use the SD memory card (EMU4-SD2GB) made by Mitsubishi Electric.
Use of any memory card other than our product (EMU4-SD2GB) is not covered by the warranty.
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ME96 Super-S Series Ver.A Features
Succeeded Display Functions
Large Bar Graph Display Special
»Bar Graph Display
Each measuring items can be displayed by a bar graph. With bar graph display, one can grasps the rated value and percentage
against the alarm value instantly.
(1) Bar Graph Fixed Display
Alarm indicator
Note: Alarm indicator blinks when it is set on alarm mode.
(2) Digital Values Display by Bar Graph
Values on the tri-level digital display can be shown by bar graphs (Except when the tri-level display is measuring the same items).
Bar graph shows the digital value of
Value shown by bar graph
Special Display Function
»Special Display by Display Pattern P00
Display can be selected as desired Display Pattern P00.
Upper/Middle/Lower levels: Select from A, DA, V, W, var, VA, PF, Hz, Wh, -Wh, varh, VAh
Maximum of four displays can be set
Max/Min Display Function
»Maximum/Minimum Value Display
The maximum and minimum value of each measuring items can be displayed. Since the max/min display shows the current value as well
as max/min values, the display can be used for monitoring. Also, range of minimum value to maximum value is shown by bar graph.
Alarm
indicator
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
High-brightness Backlight
»High-reliability and high-brightness backlight is built in
»Backlight brightness can be adjusted from level 1 to 5
(default setting is 3)
»“Always-on mode” or “Automatic off mode” can be selected
(default setting is automatic off mode)
ME96NS Series
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ME96SS Series
Impressive Monitoring Functions
Advanced Alarm Display
(1) A function to blink the backlight upon occurrence of an alarm is provided.
On the conventional models, the display was lit up upon occurrence of an alarm. The new product has a setting function to blink
the backlight upon occurrence of an alarm.
(2) As with the conventional models, the automatic or manual alarm cancel mode can be selected.
(3) As with the conventional models, up to four points of upper and lower limits can be monitored.
(4) The alarm output delay time (alarm mask time) can be set.
Time of alarm output after the maximum value and minimum value is reached can be set.
With this function, alarm output caused by frequency change at start-up current of a motor and start-up of private power
generating facility can be avoided.
Motor
starting current
mask time
Current
Motor
starting
current
No alarm output and
maximum/minimum
value update during
alarm delay time
Alarm mask
time
Alarm generation
Upper limit
value
Lower limit
value
Time
No lower limit alarm on 0A, 0V
Motor Starting Current Mask Function
The use of the motor starting current mask
function for monitoring the motor current can
prevent updating of the maximum value and
alarm output caused by the motor starting
current.
Although the maximum value is not updated,
the current value is displayed.
The starting current mask time can be set in
the range from 1s to 5min.
Starting current mask time
<Starting current detection>
The starting current mask time
starts when the current exceeds the
starting current threshold value.
Starting current
<Starting current mask>
The maximum values for current and
power are not updated during the
starting current mask time.
Furthermore, the alarm is not
activated even if the upper limit alarm
value is exceeded.
Current upper limit alarm value
Starting current threshold value
Time
Note: Set the starting current threshold to a value lower than the lower limit value in consideration of
fluctuations in load current during operation.
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ME96 Super-S Series Ver.A Features
Variety of Complementary Features
Password Function
With the password function, the following items can be protected from an accidental execution.
No.
No.
Password-protected item
Password-protected item
1
Shift to the setting mode
5
Adjust the time limit of rolling demand
2
Reset the max./min. values
6
Reset the peak value of rolling demand
3
Reset the value of active energy, reactive energy and apparent energy
7
Reset the value of operating time
4
Reset the value of periodic active energy
Special Primary Voltage/Current and Special Secondary Voltage are settable
(1) Special primary current
(2) Special primary voltage
1A~30kA
60V~750kV
Under 10A: Top two digits setting
Over 10A: Top three digits setting
Under 100V: Top two digits setting
Over 100V: Top three digits setting
(3) Special secondary voltage
Three phase 4-wire system
63.5V, 100V, 110V, 115V, 120V
Three phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire system
100V, 110V, 220V
Periodic Monitoring Function
Power consumption can be measured in two individual intervals (e.g., peak/offpeak, day/night, etc.).
The time segments can be switched according to the setting via communication
or the digital input (DI).
(The time segments cannot be switched manually (button operation).)
Power consumption
(period 1)
Power consumption
(period 2)
Rolling Demand Function
Rolling demand is the estimated power consumption in a specified period (interval).
For the block interval demand, select the duration (interval) of the block to be used for demand calculation.
qRolling block
Use rolling block to set the interval and sub-intervals from
1~60min (1min intervals). Rolling demand is calculated and
updated at the end of each sub-interval.
wFixed block
Use fixed block to set the interval from 1~60min (1min
intervals). Rolling demand is calculated and updated at the
end of each interval.
(For fixed block, use the same time limits both of interval
and sub-interval).
<Example: Interval, 15min; Sub-interval, 5min>
<Rolling demand calculation>
Rolling demand is calculated when
the sub-interval has been
completed.
<Example: Interval, 15min; Sub-interval, 15min>
15min
<Rolling demand display>
<Rolling demand calculation>
<Rolling demand display>
When an interval has been completed,
the rolling demand displayed is the
newest time limit value.
Rolling demand is calculated
when the sub-interval has been
completed.
When an interval has been completed,
the rolling demand displayed is the
newest time limit value.
15min
15min
5min
0
7
5
10
15
20
25
Time (min)
0
15
30
Time (min)
Test Function
»A test function is provided to check the wiring for communication, alarm output/contact output, analog output and pulse output without
input of voltage or current.
»At the time of wiring test before shipment of the board and counter test for system validation on site, test signals can be output only
by applying the auxiliary power.
Note: Depending on the optional unit and settings, the test function may not be available (may not be displayed).
(1) Communications Test
qDisplay
»The same as for the operating mode, display patterns and other data are shown as set.
»Both maximum and minimum values can be displayed.
wCommunication data
»Communication items and value are the same one on the display. The items value that are
not displayed is 0 (zero).
»Measuring items set for alarm will be displayed at the time of an alarm.
»Input/Output contact status can be monitored.
(2) Alarm/Contact Output Operation Test
qDisplays current alarm and contact status.
wPress the Reset button for 2sec, and regardless if there is an alarm or not,
the display and contact output will operate as follows.
Status
Display
Alarm
ON
Output terminal
Open
No alarm
OFF
Closed
(3) Analog Output Operation Test
qDisplay the output items.
wPress the + or – button to change the
analog output.
Note: Default value is 0%.
Output
0%
25%
50%
75%
100%
0%
25%
50%
75%
100%
Output specs
4-20mA
4mA
8mA
12mA
16mA
20mA
(4) Pulse Output Operation Test
Press the Reset button one time to output one pulse.
Note: After reaching 50, count will return to 1.
0
1
2
…
49
50 [pulse]
Note: Default value is 0 pulses.
Standards
All products are compliant with CE Marking, UL Standards, KC mark and FCC/IC.
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Specifications
‡ME96SSHA-MB
Model name
ME96SSHA-MB
Phase wire
Three phase 4-wire, Three phase 3-wire (3CT, 2CT), Single phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire
(common use)
Rating
Current
5AAC, 1AAC (common use)
Voltage
Three phase 4-wire: 277/480VAC (max)
Three phase 3-wire: Delta connections: 220VAC (max), Star connections: 440VAC (max)
Single phase 3-wire: 220/440VAC (max)
Single phase 2-wire: Delta connections: 220VAC (max), Star connections: 440VAC (max)
Frequency
50-60Hz (common use)
Measurement items
Measurement
items and
accuracy
Class
Current (A)
A1, A2, A3, AN, AAVG
±0.1%
Current demand (DA)
DA1, DA2, DA3, DAN, DAAVG
±0.1%
Voltage (V)
V12, V23, V31, VAVG (L-L)
V1N, V2N, V3N, VAVG (L-N)
±0.1%
Active power (W)
W1, W2, W3, ∑ W
±0.2%
Reactive power (var)
var1, var2, var3, ∑ var
±0.2%
Apparent power (VA)
VA1, VA2, VA3, ∑ VA
±0.2%
Power factor (PF)
PF1, PF2, PF3, ∑ PF
±0.2%
Frequency (Hz)
Hz
±0.1%
Active energy (Wh)
Imported, Exported
class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
Reactive energy (varh)
Imported lead, lag
Exported lead, lag
class 1S (IEC62053-24)
Apparent energy (Vah)
—
±2.0%
Harmonic current (HI)
Total, 1 to 31 degree (odd number degree only) ±1.0%
Harmonic voltage (HV)
Total, 1st to 31st degree (odd number degree only) ±1.0%
Rolling demand (DW)
Rolling block, fixed block
±0.2%
Rolling demand, reactive power (Dvar)
Rolling block, fixed block
±1.0%
Rolling demand, apparent power (DVA)
Rolling block, fixed block
±1.0%
Periodic Active energy (Wh)
Periodic active energy 1, 2
class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
Operating time
Operating time 1, 2
(Reference)
Analog output response time
2s or less (HI, HV: 10s or less)
Measuring method
st
st
Instantaneous value
A/V: RMS calculation, W/ var/ VA/ Wh/ varh/ VAh: Digital multiplication,
PF: Power ratio calculation, Hz: Zero-cross, HI/HV: FFT
Demand value
DA: Thermal type calculation DW, Dvar, DVA: Rolling demand calculation
Indicator
LCD with LED backlight
6 digits each at upper, middle, and lower line
No. of display digits
Display and
segments
Digital display
Bar graph
Display updating time interval
Communication
Available optional plug-in module
Power failure compensation
Consumption
(VA)
21 segment bar graph, 22 segment indicator
0.5s or 1s (selectable)
MODBUS® RTU communication
ME-4210-SS96ME-0000BU-SS96
ME-0040C-SS96ME-0000MT-SS96
ME-0052-SS96
Non-volatile memory used (items: setting value, max/min value, active/reactive energy,
apparent energy, periodic active energy, rolling demand, operating time)
VT
Each phase 0.1VA (110VAC), 0.2VA (220VAC), 0.4VA (440VAC)
CT
Each phase 0.1VA (5AAC)
Auxiliary power circuit
7VA (at 110VAC), 8VA (at 220VAC), 5W (at 100VDC)
Auxiliary power
Weight
Dimensions
Installation method
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
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A, DA, V, W, var, VA, PF, DW, Dvar, DVA: 4 digits Hz: 3 digits
Wh, varh, VAh: 9 digits (6 or 12 possible)
Harmonic distortion ratio, content ratio: 3 digits Harmonic RMS: 4 digits
Operating time: 6 digits Contact input/output: I/O
100-240VAC (±15%), 100-240VDC (-30% +15%)
0.5kg
96 (H) × 96 (W) × 90 (D)
Embedded
-5~+55°C (average operating temperature: 35°C or less per day)
0~85% RH (non condensing)
-25~+75°C (average temperature: 35°C or less per day)
0~85% RH (non condensing)
Notes 1. Class values based on 100% of rated value.
Notes 2. Harmonic measurements where distortion ratio (content rate) is 100% or more may exceed ±1.0%.
Notes 3. Harmonic current cannot be measured without voltage input.
‡ME96SSRA-MB
Model name
ME96SSRA-MB
Phase wire
Three phase 4-wire, Three phase 3-wire (3CT, 2CT), Single phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire
(common use)
Rating
Current
5AAC, 1AAC (common use)
Voltage
Three phase 4-wire: 277/480VAC (max)
Three phase 3-wire: Delta connections: 220VAC (max), Star connections: 440VAC (max)
Single phase 3-wire: 220/440VAC (max)
Single phase 2-wire: Delta connections: 220VAC (max), Star connections: 440VAC (max)
Frequency
50-60Hz (common use)
Measurement items
Measurement
items and
accuracy
Class
Current (A)
A1, A2, A3, AN, AAVG
±0.2%
Current demand (DA)
DA1, DA2, DA3, DAN, DAAVG
±0.2%
Voltage (V)
V12, V23, V31, VAVG (L-L)
V1N, V2N, V3N, VAVG (L-N)
±0.2%
Active power (W)
W1, W2, W3, ∑ W
±0.5%
Reactive power (var)
var1, var2, var3, ∑ var
±0.5%
Apparent power (VA)
VA1, VA2, VA3, ∑ VA
±0.5%
Power factor (PF)
PF1, PF2, PF3, ∑ PF
±0.5%
Frequency (Hz)
Hz
±0.1%
Active energy (Wh)
Imported, Exported
class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
Reactive energy (varh)
Imported lead, lag
Exported lead, lag
class 1S (IEC62053-24)
Apparent energy (Vah)
—
±2.0%
Harmonic current (HI)
Total, 1 to 19 degree (odd number degree only) ±1.0%
Harmonic voltage (HV)
Total, 1st to 19th degree (odd number degree only) ±1.0%
Rolling demand (DW)
Rolling block, fixed block
±0.5%
Rolling demand, reactive power (Dvar)
Rolling block, fixed block
±1.0%
Rolling demand, apparent power (DVA)
Rolling block, fixed block
±1.0%
Periodic Active energy (Wh)
Periodic active energy 1, 2
class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
Operating time
Operating time 1, 2
(Reference)
Analog output response time
2s or less (HI, HV: 10s or less)
Measuring method
st
th
Instantaneous value
A/V: RMS calculation, W/var/VA/Wh/varh: Digital multiplication,
PF: Power ratio calculation, Hz: Zero-cross, HI/HV: FFT
Demand value
DA: Thermal type calculation DW, Dvar, DVA: Rolling demand calculation
Indicator
LCD with LED backlight
6 digits each at upper, middle, and lower line
No. of display digits
Display and
segments
Digital display
Bar graph
Display updating time interval
Communication
Available optional plug-in module
Power failure compensation
Consumption
(VA)
A, DA, V, W, var, VA, PF, DW, Dvar, DVA: 4 digits Hz: 3 digits
Wh, varh: 9 digits (6 or 12 possible)
Harmonic distortion ratio, content ratio: 3 digits Harmonic RMS: 4 digits
Operating time: 6 digits Contact input/output: I/O
21 segment bar graph, 22 segment indicator
0.5s or 1s (selectable)
MODBUS® RTU communication
ME-4210-SS96ME-0000BU-SS96
ME-0040C-SS96ME-0000MT-SS96
ME-0052-SS96
Non-volatile memory used (items: setting value, max/min value, active/reactive energy,
apparent energy, periodic active energy, rolling demand, operating time)
VT
Each phase 0.1VA (110VAC), 0.2VA (220VAC), 0.4VA (440VAC)
CT
Each phase 0.1VA (5AAC)
Auxiliary power circuit
7VA (at 110VAC), 8VA (at 220VAC), 5W (at 100VDC)
Auxiliary power
Weight
Dimensions
Installation method
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
100-240VAC (±15%), 100-240VDC (-30% +15%)
0.5kg
96 (H) × 96 (W) × 90 (D)
Embedded
-5~+55°C (average operating temperature: 35°C or less per day)
0~85% RH (non condensing)
-25~+75°C (average temperature: 35°C or less per day)
0~85% RH (non condensing)
Notes 1. Class values based on 100% of rated value.
Notes 2. Harmonic measurements where distortion ratio (content rate) is 100% or more may exceed ±1.0%.
Notes 3. Harmonic current cannot be measured without voltage input.
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Specifications
‡ME96SSEA-MB
Model name
ME96SSEA-MB
Phase wire
Three phase 4-wire, Three phase 3-wire (3CT, 2CT), Single phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire
(common use)
Rating
Current
5AAC, 1AAC (common use)
Voltage
Three phase 4-wire: 277/480VAC (max)
Three phase 3-wire: Delta connections: 220VAC (max), Star connections: 440VAC (max)
Single phase 3-wire: 220/440VAC (max)
Single phase 2-wire: Delta connections: 220VAC (max), Star connections: 440VAC (max)
Frequency
50-60Hz (common use)
Measurement items
Measurement
items and
accuracy
Class
Current (A)
A1, A2, A3, AN, AAVG
±0.5%
Current demand (DA)
DA1, DA2, DA3, DAN, DAAVG
±0.5%
Voltage (V)
V12, V23, V31, VAVG (L-L)
V1N, V2N, V3N, VAVG (L-N)
±0.5%
Active power (W)
W1, W2, W3, ∑ W
±0.5%
Reactive power (var)
—
—
Apparent power (VA)
—
—
Power factor (PF)
PF1, PF2, PF3, ∑ PF
±0.5%
Frequency (Hz)
Hz
±0.2%
Active energy (Wh)
Receiving
class 0.5S (IEC62053-22)
Reactive energy (varh)
—
—
Apparent energy (Vah)
—
—
Harmonic current (HI)
Total
±2.0%
Harmonic voltage (HV)
Total
±2.0%
Rolling demand (DW)
—
—
Rolling demand, reactive power (Dvar)
—
—
Rolling demand, apparent power (DVA)
—
—
Periodic Active energy (Wh)
—
—
Operating time
Operating time 1, 2
(Reference)
Analog output response time
—
Measuring method
Instantaneous value
A/V: RMS calculation, W: Digital multiplication, PF: Power ratio calculation,
Hz: Zero-cross, HI/HV: FFT
Demand value
DA: Thermal type calculation
Indicator
LCD with LED backlight
6 digits each at upper, middle, and lower line
No. of display digits
Display and
segments
Digital display
A, DA, V, W, PF: 4 digits Hz: 3 digits
Wh: 9 digits (6 or 12 possible) Relative harmonic content: 3 digits
Harmonic RMS value: 4 digits Operating time: 6 digits
Bar graph
21 segment bar graph, 22 segment indicator
Display updating time interval
Communication
Available optional plug-in module
Power failure compensation
Consumption
(VA)
0.5s or 1s (selectable)
MODBUS® RTU communication
—
Non-volatile memory used (items: setting value, max/min value, active energy, operating time)
VT
Each phase 0.1VA (110VAC), 0.2VA (220VAC), 0.4VA (440VAC)
CT
Each phase 0.1VA (5AAC)
Auxiliary power circuit
Auxiliary power
Weight
Dimensions
Installation method
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
7VA (at 110VAC), 8VA (at 220VAC), 5W (at 100VDC)
100-240VAC (±15%), 100-240VDC (-30% +15%)
0.5kg
96 (H) × 96 (W) × 90 (D)
Embedded
-5~+55°C (average operating temperature: 35°C or less per day)
0~85%RH (non condensing)
-25~+75°C (average temperature: 35°C or less per day)
0~85%RH (non condensing)
Notes 1. Class values based on 100% of rated value.
Notes 2. Harmonic measurements where distortion ratio (content rate) is 100% or more may exceed ±2.0%.
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‡Standards Compliance
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Emissions
EN61326-1/CISPR 11,
FCC Part15 Subpart B Class A
EN61326-1/CISPR 11,
FCC Part15 Subpart B Class A
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
Radiated Emission
Conducted Emission
Harmonics Measurement
Flicker Meter Measurement
Immunity
Electrostatic discharge Immunity
Radio Frequency Electromagnetic field Immunity
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity
Surge Immunity
Conducted Disturbances, Induced By Radio Frequency Fields Immunity
Power Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity
Voltage Dips and Short Interruptions
Safety
Europe
U.S. and Canada
Installation Category
Measuring Category
Pollution Degree
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-2
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-3
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-4
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-5
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-6
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-8
EN61326-1/EN61000-4-11
CE, as per EN61010-1
cRUus as per UL61010-1, IEC61010-1
III
III
2
®
‡MODBUS RTU Communication Specifications
Item
Interface
Protocol
Transmission method
Connection type
Baud rate
Data bit
Stop bit
Parity
Address
Distance
Max. connectable units
Terminal Resistance
Recommended Cable
Specification
RS-485 2-wire half-duplex transmission
RTU (binary data transfer)
Asynchronous
Multi-point bus
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400bps
8
1, 2
ODD, EVEN, NONE
1 to 255 (0: for broadcast mode)
1,200m (max)
31 units
120Ω 1/2W
Shielded twisted-pair AWG24 to 14
 For more information on data, please refer to the following document.
· Electronic Multi-Measuring Instrument ME series MODBUS® Interface specifications…LMS-0492
‡CC-Link Communication Specifications
Item
No. of occupied stations
CC-Link version
Baud rate
Transmission method
Synchronous method
Encoding method
Transmission path format
Transmission format
Error control system
Number of connectable units
Remote station numbers (station numbers)
Specification
1 Station Remote device station
CC-Link Ver 1.10 / Ver 2.00
10Mbps / 5Mbps / 2.5Mbps / 625kbps / 156kbps
Broadcast polling system
Frame synchronous system
NRZI
Bus format (EIA RS485)
HDLC
CRC (X16 + X12 + X5 + 1)
42 units (max, remote device station)
1 to 64
 For CC-Link connection cables, please use the dedicated cables.
For information regarding dedicated cables, please refer to the CC-Link Partner Product Catalog published by the CC-Link Partner Association or CC-Link Partner Product
Information on the CC-Link Partner Association website (http://www.cc-link.org).
Notes 1. D
edicated CC-Link cables compatible with Ver. 1.00 cannot be used in tandem with dedicated CC-Link high-performance cables compatible with Ver. 1.00.
Notes 2. In
‌ the case of systems consisting of units compatible with Ver. 1.00, 1.10 or 2.00 used in tandem with Ver. 1.00 or 1.10 cables, Ver. 1.00 specifications will
apply for the maximum total cable length and length of cables between stations.
Notes 3. For
‌ terminal resistance, be sure to use 110 Ω ±5% (1/2W product) when using dedicated CC-Link cables or 130 Ω ±5% (1/2W product) when using dedicated
CC-Link high-performance cables.
‌‌ For more information on data, please refer to the following document.

· Electronic Multi-Measuring Instrument programming manual (CC-Link)……………………………………………LEN080334
· Electronic Multi-Measuring Instrument programming manual (CC-Link)(For ver. 2 remote device station)…LEN130391
‡Input/Output Specifications
Item
Analog output
Pulse/Alarm output
Digital input
Digital output
Specification
4-20mA (0~600 Ω)
No-voltage “a” contact Capacity: 35VDC, 0.1A
19-30VDC 7mA or less
No-voltage a contact Capacity: 35VDC, 0.2A
Optional Plug-in Module type
ME-4210-SS96
ME-4210-SS96
ME-4210-SS96, ME-0040C-SS96, ME-0052-SS96
ME-0052-SS96
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Specifications
®
‡MODBUS TCP Communication Specifications
Item
Interface
Transmission method
Number of stages connected in cascade
Max. distance between nodes
Max. segment length
Connector applicable to external wiring
10BASE-T
Cable
100BASE-TX
Protocol
Max. number of connections
Support functions
Specification
1 port (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Base band
Max. 4 stages (10BASE-T), max. 2 stages (100BASE-TX) (when repeater hub is used)
200m
100m
RJ45
Cable meeting IEEE802.3 10BASE-T standard
(Unshielded twisted pair cable (UTP cable), category 3 or higher)
Cable meeting IEEE802.3 100BASE-TX standard
(Shielded twisted pair cable (STP cable), category 5 or higher)
MODBUS® TCP (port No.502)
4
Auto-negotiation function (automatic recognition of 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Auto-MDIX function (automatic recognition of straight cable/cross cable)
‌ For more information on data, please refer to the following document.

Electronic Multi-Measuring Instrument ME series MODBUS® Interface specifications…LMS-0492
‡Logging Specifications
Item
Specification
Automatic updating by overwriting (not provided with a function to automatically start according to the start time
setting)
Measurement data is stored at the specified “detailed data logging interval” (1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min or
30 min).
Detailed data
Note: ‌The data will be output as a detailed data file.
Note: ‌As the integrated values, not the difference values, but the values displayed on the multi indicating
Kinds of logging
instrument will be output.
data
Measurement data is stored at a one-hour interval.
Note: ‌The data will be output as a one-hour data file or a one-day data file.
1-hour data
Note: ‌As the integrated values, not the difference values, but the values displayed on the multi indicating
instrument will be output.
Detailed data
Max. 6 elements
Number of logging
elements
1-hour data
Max. 6 elements
Detailed data logging interval: 1 min for 2 days
Detailed data logging interval: 5 min for 10 days
Detailed data
Detailed data logging interval: 10 min for 20 days
Internal memory
Detailed data logging interval: 15 min for 30 days
logging period
Detailed data logging interval: 30 min for 60 days
1-hour data
400 days (about 13 months)
SD memory card (2GB) logging period 10 years or more
System log data
1200 records
Logging data / system log data output
CSV format (ASCII code)
format
Backup by built-in lithium battery
Total power interruption backup time: 5 years (at daily average temperature of 35°C or less)
Power failure compensation
(The life of the lithium battery is 10 years (at a daily average temperature of 35°C or less).)
The battery cannot be replaced by the customer. Please consider updating the module.
Logging mode
Set
values
(
logging ID, logging elements
and detailed data logging
interval
Logging data and system log data
Clock operation
Clock accuracy
Output data storage medium
Optional accessory
)
Stored in FRAM (non-volatile memory)
Note: ‌The data will not be deleted even if power interruption is caused by battery voltage drop (BAT. LED is on).
Stored in SRAM (volatile memory)
Note: The data will be deleted if power interruption is caused by battery voltage drop (BAT. LED is on).
Note: ‌The clock operation will stop if power interruption is caused by battery voltage drop (BAT. LED is on).
After power restoration, the clock operation will start from 00:00 on Jan. 1, 2016.
1 min / month
SD memory card (SD or SDHC)
SD memory card (EMU4-SD2GB) *1
*1: Use the SD memory card (EMU4-SD2GB) made by Mitsubishi Electric.
Use of any memory card other than our product (EMU4-SD2GB) is not covered by the warranty.
‌ For more information on data, please refer to the following document.

Logging specifications…LMS-0551
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Operating Instructions
‡Functions
»LCD Functions
1
2
3
3
4
7
5
6
8
10
9
11
13
14 15
16
17
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Segment name
Lead Status
Lag status
Scale of the bar graph
Excessively low input
Excessively high input
Upper/lower limit alarm indicator
Bar graph status
Phase status
Digital
Unit
Metering status
Harmonics
13
Setup status
14
15
16
17
Test status
Clock status
Upper/lower limit alarm status
Communication status
Description
Power factor status is lead
Power factor status is lag
The scale of the bar graph
On when the measurement value is lower than the minimum scale value
On when the measurement value is higher than the maximum scale value
Flashing when the upper and lower limit alarm values have been set
The item expressed with the bar graph
The phase for each of the digital displays
The measured value is displayed in a digital number
The unit for each of the digital display
When it is blinking, the instrument is counting active energy
On when harmonics values are displayed
is on in the test mode.
is flashing in the set value check mode.
On in the test mode
When it is blinking, the instrument is counting operating time
Flashing when upper/lower limit alarm has occurred
On in normal state, and flashing or off in abnormal state
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»Button Functions
Special functions
Basic functions
Button
Button
Functions
Set up setting items such as primary voltage and
SET
current, and choose and indicate setting itmes
DISPLAY
Push for 2s
Manual display change <=> Cyclic display change
PHASE
Push for 2s
Manual phase change <=> Cyclic phase change
+
Push for 2s
Zoom display of Wh, varh etc
Change setting and bar graph display
or
MAX/MIN
+ RESET
Change display from Max/Min to instantaneous value
PHASE
Change phase
DISPLAY
Change display
Functions
or
Push for 2s
Reset all the Max/Min values
Push for 1s
Fast forward or fast return values when setting
SET + RESET + PHASE
Reset Wh, varh, Vah values to zero by
holding down the buttons for 2 sec
‡Set-up
For correct measurement, it is necessary to set the primary voltage/current in set-up mode.
Access set-up mode from the measurement mode and set the necessary items. Factory default settings will apply to items not set.
»Set-up workflow (in the case of ME96SSHA-MB)
Set-up menu End
End display
Set-up menu 1
Set-up menu 2
Set-up menu 3
Phase/ Wire
Set-up menu 4
Set-up menu 5
Current scale
Function
display
Upper/Lower
limit alarm
items
Voltage scale
Version
display
Upper/Lower
limit alarm
values
Power scale
Backlight
brightness
Alarm mask
time
Backlight
connection/
automatic
Alarm reset
method
Display
refresh time
Backlight of
alarm
Set-up menu 6
Selection
of options
Set-up menu 7
Set-up menu 8
Time-based
power used
display
Operating time
display
Time-based
power used
toggle setting
Operating time
count target
Rolling
demand
display
Operating time
threshold value
Rolling demand
time limit
adjustment setting
Phase display
setting
Contact
display
IEC mode
setting
Setting value confirmation menu 9
Test mode
Communication
Display
pattern
Cancel
display
Using VT/
direct input
CT current
Change/
Confirm
values set
Measurement screen
Enter
set-up
mode
Enter setting value
confirmation mode
Frequency
Rolling demand
time limit
Demand current
time limit
MODBUS® RTU
address
CC-Link
station No
MODBUS® RTU
baud rate
CC-Link
baud rate
MODBUS® RTU
parity
MODBUS® RTU
stop bit
MODBUS® TCP
IP address
MODBUS® TCP
sub-net mask
CC-Link
version setting
CC-Link
reset
<When ME-0040C-SS95 is installed>
Reactive
power scale
Use/non-use of
MODBUS® TCP
default gateway
Power factor
MODBUS® TCP
default gateway
Power used
scale
Communication
reset
Harmonic
display
Motor starting
current mask
function
Pulse/Alarm
output function
Analog
output 1
Logging ID
Analog
output 2
Logging data
clearing
Analog
output 3
Logging
element
pattern
Analog
output 4
Detailed data
logging
interval
Output
limit
Contact input
reset method
<When ME-0000BU-SS96 is installed>
<When ME-4210-SS96 is installed>
<When ME-0000MT-SS96 is installed>
Pulse output
Symbol
Operation (function) details
Button operation
Access set-up mode from operating mode
SET + RESET Simultaneously press for 2s
Access setting value confirmation
mode from operating mode
SET
Notes 1. Basic measurements are possible by adjusting settings in menu 1
(
area enclosed by dotted line).
Notes 2. Item settings vary depending on the model.
Notes 3. Setting confirmation menu 9 (test mode) is not displayed in the setting mode.
Press for 2s
SET
Save settings and return to operating mode
Select set-up menu
or
Move to next screen
SET
DISPLAY
Return to previous setting item
Skip remaining settings
Select cancel
SET
Press for 1s
or
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Operating Instructions
»Basic Set-up Operations
To access setting mode, press and hold the SET and RESET buttons down at the same time
for 2s. Press the SET button to display the items to be set, and the
and
buttons to set
the details. Settings can be saved for each set-up menu No. To do so, press the SET button
when the End screen is displayed.
The underlined setting parameters are
the initial value.
Set-up menu 1: Basic settings (set phase wire system, display pattern, Using VT/direct input, CT primary current, etc.)
Set-up menu
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “1”.
qSet the phase/wire system according to the number
of measurement circuits targeted.
SET
qPhase/Wire system
3-phase, 4-wire system
3-phase, 3-wire system (2CT)
3-phase, 3-wire system (3CT)
1-phase, 3-wire system (1N2 display)
1-phase, 3-wire system (1N3 display)
1-phase, 2-wire system
q
w
SET
(1) ME96SSHA-MB / ME96SSRA-MB
wSet the display pattern
: Can be displayed with this setting only
: Other settings are required to display data
: Select P00 and set display order and position
A
DA
V
W
PF Var VA Hz
Vah
varh
DW HI/HV DI/DO
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
P00
(2) ME96SSEA-MB
SET
DA
V
W
PF Hz
HI/HV
Operating time
A
Wh
(Imported)
Wh
(Imported)
Additional screens
Display pattern
DISPLAY
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P00
eVT/Direct voltage
eSet VT
In the case of direct measurements (without VT) => To select no, press SET and see (1) below.
In the case of using VT => To select yES, press SET and see (2) below.
·To set Three phase 4-wire
no
yES
·To set Three phase 3-wire or Single phase 2-wire
DISPLAY
SET
yES
e
<For Single phase 3-wire setting for qPhase/Wire system >
Only used for direct measurements.
Skipped for this setting.
no
(1) In the case of direct measurements (without VT)
(a) Three phase 4-wire setting (phase voltage/line voltage)
63.5/110V
100/173V
110/190V
220/380V
(b) Three phase 3-wire (2CT, 3CT) or Single phase 2-wire setting (line voltage)
110V
220V
440V
(c) Single phase 3-wire setting (1N2, 1N3) (phase voltage/line voltage)
110/220V
15
220/440V
230/400V
240/415V
254/440V
e (1)
277/480V
Operating time
wDisplay pattern
Wh
(periodic)
Display pattern
Additional screens
Wh
(Imported)
Wh
(Exported)
DISPLAY
3P4:
3P3. 2Ct:
3P3. 3Ct:
1P3. 1n2:
1P3. 1n3:
1P2:
Wh
(Imported)
Wh
(Exported)
Varh
(Imported lag)
DISPLAY
e(2)
eVT/Direct voltage
(2) In the case of using with VT
<Secondary voltage settings>
(a) Three phase 4-wire setting (phase voltage)
63.5V
100V
110V
115V
120V
(b) Three phase 3-wire (2CT, 3CT) or Single phase 2-wire setting (line voltage)
100V
DISPLAY
110V
220V
SET
<Set primary voltage>
Can be set in 60~750,000V range (setting unit: V)
Factory default settings
Under 100V: Top two digits settings
Three phase 4-wire: 200V (phase voltage)
Over 100V:
Top three digits settings
Three phase 3-wire; Single phase 2-wire: 10,000V (line voltage)
rCT current
DISPLAY
SET
rSet CT.
Set the primary and secondary currents of the CT to be combined.
<Set secondary current>
1A
5A
r
<Set primary current>
Can be set in1.0~30,000.0A range (setting unit: A)
Factory default setting: 5.0A
Under 10A: Top two digits settings
Over 10A: Top three digits settings
t
tFrequency
DISPLAY
SET
tSet frequency.
50Hz
60Hz
Notes1. Frequency scale on bar graph display will also change.
Notes2. Analog output scale will also change.
y
yRolling demand time
limit
ySet the rolling demand interval time limit (Only ME96SSHA-MB and ME96SSRA-MB).
(1) Interval time limit
Setting range
1 ~ 15 ~ 60 (min)
DISPLAY
SET
uDemand current time
limit
SET
Set-up menu
Setting interval
1min
(2) Sub-interval time limit
Setting range
1 ~ 60 (min)
Setting interval
1min
uSet the demand current time limit.
0s
10 s
20 s
30 s
40 s
50 s
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
6 min
u
7 min
8 min
9 min
10 min
15 min
20 min
25 min
30 min
Select another set-up menu or finish set-up.
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu No.
using the
or
button.
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET button
to save the settings.
Set-up menu 2: MODBUS® RTU Communication settings
(when ME4210-SS96, ME0052-SS96 or ME0000BU-SS96 is installed and any options are not installed)
* Only in the case of ME96SSHA-MB or ME96SSRA-MB, it is applicable.
Set-up menu
DISPLAY
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “2”.
SET
qMODBUS® RTU
communication address
q
qSet MODBUS® RTU communication address
Possible address settings: 1~255
DISPLAY
SET
w
wSet the MODBUS® RTU communication baud rate.
wMODBUS® RTU
communication address
DISPLAY
SET
2400bps
4800bps
9600bps
19.2kbps
38.4kbps
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Operating Instructions
<Continued from previous page>
eMODBUS® RTU
communication parity
DISPLAY
non
odd
even (EVEn)
SET
rMODBUS® RTU
communication stop bit
DISPLAY
e
eSet the MODBUS® RTU communication parity.
r
rSet the MODBUS® RTU communication stop bit.
Stop bit 1
Stop bit 2
SET
Set-up menu
Select another set-up menu or end set-up.
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu
No. using the
or
button.
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET
button to save settings.
Set-up menu 2: CC-Link Communication settings (when ME-0040C-SS96 is installed)
* Only in the case of ME96SSHA-MB or ME96SSRA-MB, it is applicable.
q
Set-up menu
DISPLAY
SET
qSelect communication
system
DISPLAY
SET
wCC-Link communication
station number
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “2”.
qSelect CC-Link or MODBUS® RTU communication.
CC
: CC-Link communication
Mb. rtu : MODBUS® RTU communication
When “MODBUS® RTU communication” is selected, set the communication conditions
as stated in and after wMODBUS® RTU communication address on page 16.
w
wSet the CC-Link communication station number.
Possible station number settings: 1~64
DISPLAY
SET
eCC-Link communication
speed
DISPLAY
SET
rSet CC-Link
communication version
DISPLAY
156kbps
625kbps
2.5Mbps
5Mbps
10Mbps
r
rSet the CC-Link communication version.
Version 1.10
Version 2.00
t
SET
tReset communication
SET
Set-up menu
tSet to “on” if changes have been made to the CC-Link settings.
(If not set to “on,” changes will not be effective.)
oFF
on
Select another set-up menu or end set-up.
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu
No. using the
or
button.
17
e
eSet the CC-Link communication speed.
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET
button to save settings.
Set-up menu 2: MODBUS® TCP Communication settings (when ME-0000MT-SS96 is installed)
* Only in the case of ME96SSHA-MB or ME96SSRA-MB, it is applicable.
Set-up menu
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “2”.
DISPLAY
qSelect MODBUS® TCP communication or MODBUS® RTU communication.
q
SET
qSelect communication
system
DISPLAY
SET
®
Mb.tcp : MODBUS TCP communication
®
Mb.rtu : MODBUS RTU communication
When “MODBUS® RTU communication” is selected, set the communication conditions
as stated in and after wMODBUS® RTU communication address on page 16.
w
wSet the IP address of MODBUS® TCP communication.
wMODBUS® TCP
communication IP address
DISPLAY
SET
eMODBUS® TCP
communication sub-net mask
DISPLAY
SET
rUse/non-use of MODBUS®
TCP communication default
gateway
DISPLAY
SET
tMODBUS® TCP
communication default gateway
DISPLAY
Allowable IP addresses:
000.000.000.000 ~ 192.168.3.10 ~ 255.255.255.255
e
eSet the sub-net mask of MODBUS® TCP communication.
Select one of the sub-net masks shown in the following table.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
128.0.0.0
192.0.0.0
224.0.0.0
240.0.0.0
248.0.0.0
252.0.0.0
254.0.0.0
255.0.0.0
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
255.128.0.0
255.192.0.0
255.224.0.0
255.240.0.0
255.248.0.0
255.252.0.0
255.254.0.0
255.255.0.0
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
255.255.128.0
255.255.192.0
255.255.224.0
255.255.240.0
255.255.248.0
255.255.252.0
255.255.254.0
255.255.255.0
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)
(30)
255.255.255.128
255.255.255.192
255.255.255.224
255.255.255.240
255.255.255.248
255.255.255.252
r
rDetermine whether or not to use the default gateway of MODBUS® TCP communication.
oFF
on
(Non-use)
(Use)
t
tSet the default gateway of MODBUS® TCP communication.
When the default gateway is not used, this window is not displayed.
Allowable default gateways:
000.000.000.000 ~ 127.0.0.1 ~ 255.255.255.255
SET
yReset communication
y
yIf settings relating to MODBUS® TCP communication have been changed,
turn on this item.
(If it is not turned on, the changes will not be enabled.)
oFF
on
SET
Set-up menu
Select another set-up menu or end set-up.
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu
No. using the
or
button.
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET
button to save settings.
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Operating Instructions
Set-up menu 3: Display settings (max. scale, active energy, harmonics, etc.)
Set-up menu
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “3”.
q(1)
DISPLAY
SET
qSet the maximum current scale value on the bar graph.
(1)Maximum current scale value
CT primary current value
qCurrent scale
SP.
(special primary current value)
Set-up menu 1.4.1
primary current setting
Set value
q(2)
This screen will not
appear if the current is
not selected in the
display pattern.
(2)Maximum current scale value special setting
DISPLAY
SET
+ 3 steps (approx. 120%)
± 0 steps (100%: instrument rating)
wVoltage scale
w
- 10 steps (approx. 40%)
This screen will not appear if
“CT primary current value” is
selected.
wSet the maximum voltage scale value on the bar graph
Maximum scale value.
+ 10 steps (approx. 250%)
DISPLAY
SET
This screen will not
appear if the voltage is
not selected in the
display pattern.
± 0 steps (100%: instrument rating)
−18 steps (approx. 20%)
e(1)
ePower scale
eSet the maximum power/rolling demand scale value on the bar graph, and select positive-only scale or
positive/negative scale (The rolling demand must be set only for ME96SSHA-MB and ME96SSRA-MB).
(1)Maximum scale value
+ 3 steps (approx. 120%)
± 0 steps (100%: instrument rating)
DISPLAY
SET
DISPLAY
−18 steps (approx. 20%)
SET
(2)Positive-only or Positive/Negative
Positive-only
rReactive power scale
DISPLAY
SET
tPower factor scale
DISPLAY
SET
yMeasure power consumption
Positive/Negative
rSet the maximum reactive power scale value on the bar graph (ME96SSHA-MB, ME96SSRA-MB only).
r
The setting procedure is the same as that described in
ePower unit (1) Max. scale value .
The reactive power scale can only be positive/negative.
t
tSet the power factor scale on the bar graph.
−0.5
1
0.5
0
1
0
ySet display combinations of receiving/transmitting, lag/lead, power
used/reactive power used and the measurement method for reactive
power used (ME96SSHA-MB, ME96SSRA-MB only).
Combinations
(set value)
Display combinations
varh
Imported
Exported
Imported Exported
Lag
Lead
Lag
Lead
Wh
I
II
III
IV
This screen will not appear
if the reactive power is not
selected in the display
pattern.
Reactive energy
used measurement
method
2 Quadrants Measurement
4 Quadrants Measurement
Combinations I, II =>
DISPLAY
SET
Suitable for measuring reactive power in facilities not equipped with in-house generators,
and generally for capacitor loads where the power factor is close to zero.
Combinations III, IV => Suitable for measurements in facilities equipped with in-house generators.
<Example display screens>
Combination I
: Imported
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Combination II
: Exported
This screen will not
appear if the power is
not selected in the
display pattern.
Combination III
: varh lead
Combination IV
: varh lag
uHarmonic display
oFF
(without)
SET
Set-up menu
u
uSelect with or without harmonic display.
on
(with)
When the display is set to “on,” the harmonic value measured will be
displayed on an additional screen.
Select another set-up menu or end set-up
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu
No. using the
or
button.
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET button
to save settings.
Set-up menu 6: Analog output setting (only when ME-4210-SS96 is installed)
* Only in the case of ME96SSHA-MB or ME96SSRA-MB, it is applicable.
This menu will not appear if ME-4210-SS96 (optional) is not installed.
Set-up menu
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “6”.
q
qSet the output items for “analog output CH1”.
Select the measured items to be output from the table below.
When 3-phase 4-wire system has been selected
DISPLAY
SET
qAnalog output CH1
output items
DISPLAY
SET
wAnalog output CH1
detailed settings
non
A1
A2
A3
AN
AAVG (CH1)
Demand A1
Demand A2
Demand A3
Demand AN
Demand AAVG
V1N
V2N
V3N
VAVG (L-N) (CH2)
Three phase 4-wire
V12
V23
V31
VAVG (L-L)
W1
W2
W3
W Σ (CH3)
var1
var2
var3
var Σ
VA1
VA2
VA3
VA Σ
PF1
PF2
PF3
PF Σ (CH4)
Hz
Harmonic A1
Harmonic A2
Harmonic A3
Harmonic AN
Harmonic V1N
Harmonic V2N
Harmonic V3N
Notes 1. The same measurement items can be set for all channels.
Notes 2. Measurement items not included in the selected display pattern can also be chosen.
Notes 3. Channels set to “non” will have minimum output (4mA). Additionally, set-up will proceed to the
next channel.
Notes 4. Underlined specifications are factory default settings of measurement items allocated to each
channel.
Notes 5. Harmonic current is output at the scale of 0~60% (with respect to rated value) of the total
effective value. Harmonic voltage is output at the scale of 0~20% of the total distortion ratio.
w(1)
AVG: Average value, Σ: Total effective value
wSet the details for “analog output CH1.”
(The following settings can be made separately from the measurement items included in the display pattern.)
(1) If analog output is selected for current, demand current, voltage,
power, reactive power, power factor (set-up menu: 6.1.1)
Output item
Setting range
CT primary current value (value set for set-up menu 1.4.1 primary current setting )
A
Demand A
SP. (special primary current value)
+10 steps (approx. 250%)
V
±0 steps (100%: standard max. scale value)
−18 steps (approx. 20%)
+3 steps (approx. 120%)
W
var
DISPLAY
SET
DISPLAY
mA
−18 steps (approx. 20%)
PF
−0.5~1~0.5
SET
w(2)
±0 steps (100%: instrument rating)
−0~1~0
mA
20
12
4
−0.5
20
12
4
1
0.5
−0
1
0
(2) If analog output is selected for current, demand current, power
(set-up menu: 6.1.2)
Output item
Setting range
+3 steps (approx. 120%)
A
Demand A
±0 steps (100%: instrument rating)
−10 steps (approx. 40%)
W
Positive-only
<Positive-only>
mA
<Positive/Negative>
mA
20
12
4
20
Positive/Negative
4
0
40kW
−40kW
DISPLAY
0
40kW
SET
To next channel settings
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Operating Instructions
<Continued from previous page>
eAnalog output CH2~4
output items
eSet the output items for “analog output CH2~4.”
The setting procedure is the same as that of qAnalog output CH1 output items .
DISPLAY
SET
rSet the details for “analog output CH2~4.”
rAnalog output CH2~4
detailed settings
The setting procedure is the same as that of wAnalog output CH1 detailed settings .
t
tSet the upper limit for analog output (same for all channels).
DISPLAY
SET
tAnalog output limit
Setting
oFF
(no limit)
on
(limit)
Explanation
Output to +5% of upper limit and -5% of
lower limit (with respect to span value)
Output to +1% of upper limit and -1% of
lower limit (with respect to span value)
Note: Skip this setting when the analog output of all channel output items is set to “non.”
SET
Set-up menu
Select another set-up menu or end set-up.
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu
No. using the
or
button.
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET button
to save settings.
Set-up menu 6: Logging setting (only when ME-0000BU-SS96 is installed)
* Only in the case of ME96SSHA-MB or ME96SSRA-MB, it is applicable.
Set-up menu
Adjust the set-up menu No. to “6”.
q
qSet the ID number of the optional logging unit.
DISPLAY
SET
qLogging ID
DISPLAY
SET
wLogging data clearing
DISPLAY
SET
Allowable IDs : 001
When an ID number has been set for the installed optional logging unit,
the value is displayed as the default.
Notes: If the SD memory card contains data with the same logging ID, the data may be
overwritten.
When the data of more than one optional logging unit are collected in one SD memory
card, set the logging ID without fail.
w
wClear the data stored in the optional logging unit.
no
yES
(Not clear)
(Clear)
e
eSet the logging element pattern to select the data to be logged.
If the logging data is not cleared, the logging element pattern cannot be set.
Allowable patterns :
eLogging element
pattern
255
LP01
LP02
LP00
When the pattern is set to LP00, any logging elements can be selected.
For the details of LP00 setting, see the instruction manual.
The logging element patterns of LP01 and LP02 are defined as shown below.
Detailed data is recorded at a shorter interval than that of 1-hour data.
The detailed data logging interval can be set in r“Detailed data logging interval.”
Phase wire system setting: For three-phase four-wire
DISPLAY
SET
rDetailed data logging
interval
SET
Set-up menu
Logging element
pattern
Data 1
Data 2
Data 3
Data 4
Data 5
Data 6
LP01
Detailed data
1-hour data
Wh receiving
Wh receiving
varh receiving (lag)
Wh sending
VAh
varh receiving (lag)
DW (current value) varh receiving (lead)
Dvar (current value)
VAh
DVA (current value)
None
1-hour data
Wh receiving
Wh sending
varh receiving (lag)
varh receiving (lead)
VAh
None
r
rSet the interval of logging the detailed data in the logging element pattern LP01 or LP02.
If the logging data is not cleared, the detailed data logging interval cannot be changed.
1min
5min
10min
15min
30min
Select another set-up menu or end set-up.
‡To continue to set-up
Select the menu
No. using the
or
button.
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LP02
Detailed data
Wh receiving
AAVG
VAVG (L-L)
WΣ
PF Σ
Hz
‡To finish set-up
Press the
or
button
to display the End screen,
then press the SET button
to save settings.
‡Operation (for ME96SSHA-MB)
»Display Change
»Changing Phases
Press PHASE , the current phase and the voltage phase switches over.
Press DISPLAY , the measurement display switches over.
When the DISPLAY and
buttons are held down for
2 seconds or more, the display will change in reverse order.
Example of changing phases (Three phase 4-wire system)
Example of changing display (Three phase 4-wire system; display pattern: P01; no additional screens)
PHASE
PHASE
PHASE
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
Average current
Power (total)
Average voltage (interphase)
DISPLAY
Current phase 1
Power phase 1
Voltage phase 1N
Current phase 2
Power phase 2
Voltage phase 2N
Current phase 3
Power phase 3
Voltage phase 3N
PHASE
<Screen 1 of 4>
Upper: Current
Middle: Power
Lower: Voltage
»Bar
<Screen 2 of 4>
Upper: Current
Middle: Power
Lower: Power factor
<Screen 3 of 4>
Upper: Current
Middle: Power
Lower: Voltage
<Screen 4 of 4>
Upper: Current
Middle: No display
Lower: N-phase current
PHASE
Current phase 3
Power phase 3
Voltage phase 31
Graph Display
PHASE
PHASE
Current phase 2
Power phase 2
Voltage phase 23
PHASE
Current phase 1
Power phase 1
Voltage phase 12
Average current
Power (total)
Average voltage
(between lines)
Items measured can be displayed on the bar graph. By displaying one item by a bar graph and other three items by digital numbers
four elements can be displayed at once.
• Bar graph explanation
The or
mark indicates that the measurement item is displayed on the bar graph.
• Select bar graph
Press the
or
button to select the measurement items to be displayed on the bar graph.
Three phase 4-wire system
(Upper)
VAVG(LN)
(Middle)
(Lower)
(clockwise)
(anticlockwise)
VAVG(LL)
AAVG
∑W
Hz
∑PF
∑ var
Example of bottom item
displayed in the bar graph
»Maximum/Minimum Display Values
Press the MAX/MIN button to change to the maximum and minimum values
of the display screen. Press it again to return to the current value display screen.
»Reset
Example of power factor
displayed in the bar graph
Example of switching between changing current value
display and maximum/minimum value display screens
Maximum/Minimum Values
MAX/MIN
Press the RESET button for 2s to reset the maximum/minimum values of
the measurement items displayed. The maximum/minimum values will
become the current values.
Current value display screen
Press the RESET and
buttons simultaneously for 2s to reset all
maximum/minimum values. The maximum/minimum values will become the current values.
Maximum/Minimum value
display screen
»Displaying Active energy/Reactive energy/Apparent energy
* To display these screens,
it is necessary to change
the power used measurement
settings using set-up menu 3.
Active energy (Imported)
Active energy (Exported)*
Apparent energy
Reactive energy
(Imported,lag)
Reactive energy
(Imported,lead)*
Reactive energy
(Exported,lag)*
Reactive energy
(Exported,lead)*
Change the unit (M, k, none) or increase the digits in the bottom display for power used/reactive power used/apparent power
used/time-based power used to check the lower/higher-order digits. Push the
and
buttons simultaneously for 2s to switch
between screens.
Power used (receiving): Example of changing 012,345,678,901,234.567Wh
Hold down
and
simultaneously
for 2s
Unit: M
»Reset
Bottom digits increased
Unit: None
Unit: k
Active energy/Reactive energy/Apparent energy
Press the SET , RESET and PHASE buttons simultaneously for 2s to reset all of the following together:
active energy/reactive energy/apparent energy (this operation only works on the current value display screen).
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Operating Instructions
»Changing Upper/Lower Limits for Alarm Activation and Cancellation
When measurement values exceed the upper/lower limit values that have been set, an alarm activates and the screen begins to blink.
The blinking mark on the bar graph indicates the current upper/lower limit value settings.
»During
Alarm Generation
Alarm condition: When a measured value exceeds the alarm value setting, the screen begins to flash and the alarm contact closes.
Alarm cancelled: When the alarm is cancelled, the screen stops flashing and the alarm contact opens.
Alarm reset method
Measurement value ≥ Upper limit alarm value
(or ≤ Lower limit alarm value)
or
Measurement value < Upper limit alarm value
(or > Lower limit alarm value)
Constantly on
will flash
Upper/Lower limit indicator
Screen
Automatic
(Auto)
Closed
Alarm contact
or
If the item that caused the alarm is displayed on
the screen, the digital value, unit (A, V, W, var,
PF, HZ, %, DM, THD) and phase (1, 2, 3, N) will
be displayed as shown in the table below. If the
item is not displayed on the screen, the screen will
not flash.
Open
will flash
or
Constantly on
will flash
RESET
Screen
Manual
(Hold)
Alarm contact
»Alarm
(Alarm activated)
(Alarm on hold)
Closed
Closed
(Alarm cancelled)
Open
Phase
Alarm status Digital value
Unit
Alarm activated Flashing* Flashing Flashing*
Alarm on hold
Flashing Flashing*
On
Alarm cancelled
On
On
On
* Only flashes if the phase that caused the alarm is being displayed.
Cancel
The alarm can be reset automatically or manually. The alarm recovery method varies according to the reset method setting.
Alarm reset method
Automatic (Auto)
Cancellation method
The alarm resets automatically when the measurement value returns to within the upper/lower limit set value.
The alarm setting changes to “on hold” even after the measurement value becomes returns to within the upper/lower limit value setting. Once the
value returns to within the upper/lower limit value set, perform the following alarm recovery operations.
(Note: Alarm recovery operations cannot be carried out from the maximum/minimum value display screen or contact input screen.)
<To select item and cancel alarm>
When the item that caused the alarm is displayed, press the RESET button to deactivate the alarm.
For items with phases such as current and voltage, it is necessary to
press the RESET button for each phase to cancel the alarm.
<To cancel alarms for all items>
To cancel alarms for all items at once (batch), press the RESET button for 2s when in operating mode.
Manual (Hold)
»Alarm
delay Time
If an alarm delay time has been set, alarm notification begins only when the measurement value exceeds the upper/lower limit
alarm value for a period longer than the alarm delay time.
»Changing the Harmonic Degree Display
»Harmonic Display
The harmonic effective value, distortion ratio and content
ratio can be displayed. To do so, first set the harmonic
display (set-up menu: 3.7).
<Example of total harmonic current display>
<Example of 5th-deg harmonic voltage display>
Press the
or
button to change the harmonic degree.
Harmonic current
N-phase harmonic current
Harmonic voltage
Current total phase N
Voltage total phase 1N
PHASE
Previous
measurement
screen
PHASE
Current total phase 1
Current total phases 2, 3
DISPLAY
Voltage total phases 2N, 3N
DISPLAY
Current 1st-degree phase 1
DISPLAY
Current 1st-degree phase N
Current 1 -degree phases 2, 3
Upper: Degree No.
Middle: Distortion (content) ratio
Lower: Effective value
Degree
Harmonic total
1st (fundamental)
3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th,
11th, 13th, 15th,
17th, 19th, 21st,
23rd, 25th, 27th,
29th and 31st
23
Harmonic current N-phase harmonic current
Distortion
Distortion
RMS
RMS
(content) ratio
(content) ratio
Harmonic voltage
Distortion
RMS
(content) ratio
Displayed in order: 3rd,
5th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th,
15th, 17th, 19th, 21st,
23rd, 25th, 27th, 29th
Current 31st-degree phase 1
Current 31st-degree phases 2, 3
DISPLAY
Voltage 1st-degree, phase 1N
Voltage 1 -degree, phases 2N, 3N
st
st
Displayed in order: 3rd,
5th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th,
15th, 17th, 19th, 21st,
23rd, 25th, 27th, 29th
Current 31st-degree phase N
Displayed in order: 3rd,
5th, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th,
15th, 17th, 19th, 21st,
23rd, 25th, 27th, 29th
Voltage 31st-degree, phase N
Voltage 31st-degree, phases 2N, 3N
Next
measurement
screen
■Display Pattern Contents
The items set in display patterns and additional settings will be displayed as explained in the following table.
»ME96SSHA-MB Screen Display (Three phase 4-wire)
Display
pattern
(digital
display)
Screen set based on display pattern
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
Upper
A
A
A
A
Middle
W
W
PF
–
No.5
No.6
No.7
Additional screens (set in set-up menu Nos. 3, 7 and 8)
No.8
No.10 No.11 No.12 No.13 No.14 No.15 No.16 No.17 No.18 No.19 No.20 No.21 No.22 No.23 No.24 No.25 No.26 No.27 No.28
Periodic Periodic Rolling Rolling Rolling
varh
varh
varh
Harmonic
No.9
Wh
Harmonic
Harmonic DI
DO Operating Operating
active
active
Wh
varh Imported exported exported VAh energy
energy demand demand demand current current voltage status status time 1
exported
time 2
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
(DW)
(Dvar) (DVA)
N-phase
Wh1
Wh2
Degree No. Degree No. Degree No.
–
–
–
–
–
DI
DO
–
–
Distortion
–
Periodic Periodic Peak value Peak value Peak value (content) ratio
active active Rolling Rolling Rolling
energy energy demand, demand, demand,
Wh1
Wh2
active reactive apparent RMS RMS
energy energy energy
P01
Lower
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
P00
V
Upper
A
Middle
V
Lower Wh
Upper
A
Middle PF
Lower V
Upper
A
Middle
V
Lower Wh
Upper PF
Middle W
Lower var
Upper A1
Middle A2
Lower A3
Upper
A
Middle
V
Lower W
Upper
A
Middle
V
Lower Wh
Upper
A
Middle DA
Lower V
Upper
A
Middle DA
Lower V
A
Upper
Middle DA
Lower Wh
Upper
A
Middle DA
Lower Wh
Upper A1
Middle A2
Lower A3
Upper Free
Middle Free
Lower Free
PF
V
AN
A
W
Wh
A
PF
W
A
W
Wh
Hz
W
var
V1N
V2N
V3N
A1
A2
A3
A
W
Wh
A1
A2
A3
A
DA
W
A
V
Wh
A
W
Wh
V1N
V2N
V3N
Free
Free
Free
A
PF
Wh
A
PF
var
A
var
varh
VA
W
var
A
–
V
V1N
V2N
V3N
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A
V
Wh
W1
W2
W3
Free
Free
Free
A
–
AN
A
PF
VA
A
VA
VAh
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
V1N
V2N
V3N
V1N
V2N
V3N
DA1
DA2
DA3
V1N
V2N
V3N
DA
V
Wh
var1
var2
var3
Free
Free
Free
–
Wh
A
PF
Hz
A
PF
Wh
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
V1N
V2N
V3N
A
–
AN
W
V
Wh
VA1
VA2
VA3
A
–
AN
A
Hz
Wh
A
–
AN
–
Wh
Wh
DA
–
DAN
A
–
AN
DA
–
DAN
A
–
AN
PF1
PF2
PF3
–
Wh
exported
–
–
Wh
varh
exported
–
–
–
–
varh
Imported
(lead)
varh
exported
(lag)
varh
exported
(lead)
VAh
–
Wh
exported
DA
–
DAN
–
Wh
DA
–
DAN
V
Hz
Wh
–
Wh
V
Hz
varh
A
AN
VAh
–
Wh
–
Wh
–
Wh
exported
–
Wh
exported
–
–
Wh
varh
exported
–
–
Wh
varh
exported
–
–
–
–
varh
Imported
(lead)
varh
exported
(lag)
varh
exported
(lead)
VAh
–
–
–
–
varh
Imported
(lead)
varh
exported
(lag)
varh
exported
(lead)
VAh
Distortion
(content) ratio
DI No. DO No. hour1 hour2
Contact Contact Operating Operating
RMS
status status
time
time
Same Same Same
as
as
as
above above above
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as
above
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as
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above above above
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as
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as
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as
as
as
above above above
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as
above
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as
as
as
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above above above above
Same Same Same
as
as
as
above above above
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as
above
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as
as
as
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above above above above
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as
as
as
above above above
Same
as
above
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as
as
as
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above above above above
Same Same Same
as
as
as
above above above
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as
above
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as
as
as
as
as
as
as
as
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»ME96SSHA-MB Screen Display (Three phase 3-wire, Single phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire)
Screen set based on display pattern
Display
pattern
Additional screens (set in set-up menu Nos. 3, 7 and 8)
No.7
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
No.5
No.6
Upper
A
A
A
Middle
W
W
PF
Lower
V
PF
V
Upper A
P02 Middle V
Lower Wh
Upper A
P03 Middle PF
Lower V
Upper A
P04 Middle V
A
W
Wh
A
PF
W
A
W
A
PF
Wh
A
PF
var
A
var
A
PF
VA
A
VA
A
PF
Hz
A
PF
A
Hz
Lower Wh
Wh
varh
VAh
Wh
Wh
Upper PF
P05 Middle W
Lower var
Upper A1
P06 Middle A2
Lower A3
Upper A
P07 Middle V
Lower W
Upper A
P08 Middle V
Lower Wh
Upper A
P09 Middle DA
Lower V
Upper A
P10 Middle DA
Lower V
Upper A
P11 Middle DA
Lower Wh
Upper A
P12 Middle DA
Lower Wh
Upper A1
Middle
A2
P13
Hz
W
var
V12
V23
V31
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A2
A3
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A1
A2
A3
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V
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Wh
V12
V23
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W
var
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V23
V31
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A2
A3
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DA2
DA3
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A2
A3
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DA2
DA3
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W
var
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V23
V31
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V23
V31
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Hz
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V31
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Wh
Free
Free
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Wh
P01
A3
Upper Free
P00 Middle Free
Lower Free
–
Wh
–
Wh
–
Wh
No.8
No.9
No.10 No.11 No.12 No.13 No.14 No.15 No.16
Periodic Periodic Rolling
varh
varh
varh
Wh
active
active
varh Imported exported exported VAh energy
energy demand
exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
(DW)
Wh1
Wh2
–
–
–
Peak
Periodic Periodic value
active active
Rolling
energy energy demand,
active
Wh1
Wh2
energy
–
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as
as
as
Wh
above above above
exported
–
–
–
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Wh
varh Imported exported exported VAh
exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
Wh
exported
V12
V23
V31
–
Wh
W
V
Wh
V
Hz
–
A
VA
varh
VAh
Wh
–
Wh
–
Wh
–
Wh
exported
–
Wh
exported
–
–
–
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Wh
varh Imported exported exported VAh
exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
–
–
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Wh
varh Imported exported exported VAh
exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
No.17
Rolling
demand
(Dvar)
–
Peak
value
Rolling
demand,
reactive
energy
No.18
Rolling
demand
(DVA)
–
Peak
value
Rolling
demand,
apparent
energy
No.19 No.20 No.21 No.22 No.23 No.24
Harmonic Harmonic DI
DO Operating Operating
current voltage Status Status time 1
time 2
Degree No. Degree No. DI
DO
–
–
Distortion Distortion
DI No. DO No. hour1 hour2
(content) ratio (content) ratio
RMS
RMS
Contact Contact Operating Operating
status status
time
time
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as
above
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24
Operating Instructions
■Display Pattern Contents
The items set in display patterns and additional settings will be displayed as explained in the following table.
»ME96SSRA-MB Screen Display (Three phase 4-wire)
Screen set based on display pattern
Display
pattern
(digital
display)
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
Upper
A
A
A
A
Middle
W
W
PF
–
Lower
V
PF
V
AN
Upper
P02 Middle
Lower
Upper
P03 Middle
Lower
Upper
P04 Middle
A
V
Wh
A
PF
V
A
V
A
W
Wh
A
PF
W
A
W
A
PF
Wh
A
PF
var
A
var
A
–
AN
A
PF
VA
A
VA
A
PF
Hz
A
PF
A
–
AN
A
Hz
A
–
Lower
Wh
Wh
varh
VAh
Wh
Wh
AN
Upper
P05 Middle
Lower
Upper
P06 Middle
Lower
Upper
P07 Middle
Lower
Upper
P08 Middle
Lower
Upper
P09 Middle
Lower
Upper
P10 Middle
Lower
Upper
P11 Middle
Lower
Upper
P12 Middle
PF
W
var
A1
A2
A3
A
V
W
A
V
Wh
A
DA
V
A
DA
V
A
DA
Wh
A
DA
Hz
W
var
V1N
V2N
V3N
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A2
A3
A
W
Wh
A1
A2
A3
A
DA
W
A
V
Wh
A
W
VA
W
var
A
–
V
V1N
V2N
V3N
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A
V
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
V1N
V2N
V3N
V1N
V2N
V3N
DA1
DA2
DA3
V1N
V2N
V3N
DA
V
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
V1N
V2N
V3N
A
–
AN
W
V
DA
–
DAN
A
–
AN
DA
–
DAN
A
–
Lower
Wh
Wh
Wh
Wh
Wh
AN
DAN
Upper
P13 Middle
Lower
A1
A2
V1N
V2N
W1
W2
var1
var2
VA1
VA2
PF1
PF2
V
Hz
V
Hz
A
AN
A3
V3N
W3
var3
VA3
PF3
Wh
varh
VAh
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
P01
Upper Free
P00 Middle Free
Lower Free
No.5
No.6
No.7
Additional screens (set in set-up menu Nos. 3, 7 and 8)
No.8
No.9
No.10
No.11
No.12
Wh
Wh
exported
varh
No.13
No.14
No.15
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
No.16
VAh
No.17 No.18 No.19
Periodic Periodic
Rolling
active active
demand
energy energy
(DW)
Wh1
Wh2
–
–
No.20
No.21
Rolling
demand
(Dvar)
Rolling
Harmonic
Harmonic
Harmonic
DI
DO Operating Operating
demand
current
current
voltage Status Status time 1
time 2
(DVA)
N-Phase
–
–
–
Peak
value
Peak
value
Peak
value
Periodic Periodic
active active
Rolling
Rolling
Rolling
energy energy
Wh1
Wh2 demand, demand, demand,
active reactive apparent
energy energy energy
–
Wh
–
Wh
exported
–
–
–
Wh
Wh
exported
varh
–
Wh
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
VAh
–
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exported
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–
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–
–
–
Wh
exported
–
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Wh
exported
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DA
–
–
–
–
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Wh
exported
varh
–
–
–
Wh
Wh
exported
varh
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
VAh
–
VAh
No.22
No.23
No.24
No.25
No.26
Degree Degree Degree
DI
DO
–
No.
No.
No.
Distortion
Distortion
(content)
–
(content) DI No. DO No. hour1
ratio
ratio
RMS
RMS
RMS
Screen set based on display pattern
Upper
No.2
No.3
A
A
A
No.4
No.5
No.6
No.9
Wh
Wh
exported
varh
No.10
No.11
No.12
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
No.13
VAh
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above
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No.16
No.17
No.18
Periodic Periodic
Rolling
active active
demand
energy energy
(DW)
Wh1
Wh2
No.14
Rolling
demand
(Dvar)
Rolling
Harmonic Harmonic
DI
demand
current voltage Status
(DVA)
–
Middle
W
W
PF
Lower
V
PF
V
Upper
P02 Middle
Lower
Upper
P03 Middle
Lower
Upper
A
V
Wh
A
PF
V
A
A
W
Wh
A
PF
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A
A
PF
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A
PF
var
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A
PF
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A
PF
Hz
A
A
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V
W
var
VA
PF
Hz
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Wh
Wh
varh
VAh
Wh
Wh
Upper
P05 Middle
Lower
Upper
P06 Middle
Lower
Upper
P07 Middle
Lower
Upper
P08 Middle
Lower
Upper
P09 Middle
Lower
Upper
P10 Middle
Lower
Upper
P11 Middle
Lower
Upper
P12 Middle
Lower
Upper
PF
W
var
A1
A2
A3
A
V
W
A
V
Wh
A
DA
V
A
DA
V
A
DA
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A
DA
Wh
A1
Hz
W
var
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V23
V31
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A2
A3
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A1
A2
A3
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A
V
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A
W
Wh
V12
VA
W
var
A
–
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V12
V23
V31
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A2
A3
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DA2
DA3
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A2
A3
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DA2
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V
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W
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V23
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V23
V31
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V
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V
P13 Middle
A2
V23
var
Lower
A3
V31
P01
25
No.1
No.8
No.15
–
–
–
–
Peak
value
Peak
value
Peak
value
Periodic Periodic
active active
Rolling
Rolling
Rolling
energy energy
Wh1
Wh2 demand, demand, demand,
active reactive apparent
energy energy energy
A
Hz
Hz
VA
PF
Wh
varh
VAh
Upper
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Free
Lower
Free
Free
Free
Free
–
Wh
exported
–
–
–
Wh
Wh
exported
varh
–
–
Wh
Wh
exported
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
VAh
V12
V23
V31
W
V
Wh
V
P00 Middle
–
Wh
–
–
Wh
Wh
exported
–
–
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Wh
exported
–
–
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Wh
exported
varh
–
–
–
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Wh
exported
varh
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
–
–
varh
varh
varh
Imported exported exported
(lead)
(lag)
(lead)
–
VAh
–
VAh
–
hour2
Same
as
above
Additional screens (set in set-up menu Nos. 3, 7 and 8)
No.7
No.28
Contact Contact Operating Operating
status status
time
time
»ME96SSRA-MB Screen Display (Three phase 3-wire, Single phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire)
Display
pattern
No.27
No.19
No.20
No.21
Degree Degree
DI
No.
No.
Distortion Distortion
(content) (content) DI No.
ratio
ratio
RMS
RMS
No.22
No.23
No.24
DO Operating Operating
Status time 1
time 2
DO
–
–
DO No.
hour1
hour2
Contact Contact Operating Operating
status status
time
time
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»ME96SSEA-MB Screen Display (Three phase 4-wire)
Additional screens
(set in set-up menu Nos.3 and 8)
Screen set based on display pattern
Display pattern
(digital display)
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P00
No.8
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
Upper
A
A
A
A
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W
W
PF
–
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V
PF
V
AN
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
A
V
Wh
A1
A2
A3
A
V
W
A
V
Wh
A
DA
V
A
DA
V
A
DA
Wh
A
DA
Wh
Free
Free
Free
A
W
Wh
V1N
V2N
V3N
A1
A2
A3
A
W
Wh
A1
A2
A3
A
DA
W
A
V
Wh
A
W
Wh
Free
Free
Free
A
PF
Wh
A
–
V
V1N
V2N
V3N
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A
V
Wh
Free
Free
Free
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
V1N
V2N
V3N
V1N
V2N
V3N
DA1
DA2
DA3
V1N
V2N
V3N
DA
V
Wh
Free
Free
Free
No.5
No.6
No.7
A
Hz
Wh
Wh
–
Wh
No.9 No.10 No.11 No.12 No.13
Harmonic
Harmonic
Harmonic Operating Operating
current
current
voltage time 1
time 2
N-phase
Total
Total
Total
–
–
Total
Distortion
distortion
–
(content) hour1 hour2
ratio
ratio
Total
Total
Total Operating Operating
RMS RMS RMS
time
time
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
A
–
AN
A
–
AN
V1N
V2N
V3N
A
–
AN
W
V
Wh
–
Wh
DA
–
DAN
A
–
AN
DA
–
DAN
A
–
AN
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
DA
–
DAN
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
–
Wh
DA
–
DAN
–
Wh
–
Wh
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
Same Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
as
above above above above above
»ME96SSEA-MB Screen Display (Three phase 3-wire, Single phase 3-wire, Single phase 2-wire)
Screen set based on display pattern
Display pattern
No.1
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P00
No.2
No.3
Upper
A
A
A
Middle
W
W
PF
Lower
V
PF
V
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
Upper
Middle
Lower
A
V
Wh
A1
A2
A3
A
V
W
A
V
Wh
A
DA
V
A
DA
V
A
DA
Wh
A
DA
Wh
Free
Free
Free
A
W
Wh
V12
V23
V31
A1
A2
A3
A
W
Wh
A1
A2
A3
A
DA
W
A
V
Wh
A
W
Wh
Free
Free
Free
A
PF
Wh
A
–
V
V12
V23
V31
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A1
A2
A3
DA1
DA2
DA3
A
V
Wh
Free
Free
Free
No.4
A
Hz
Wh
Additional screens
(set in set-up menu Nos.3 and 8)
No.6
No.7
No.8
No.9 No.10
No.5
Wh Harmonic Harmonic Operating Operating
Imported current voltage time 1 time 2
Total
Total
–
–
Total
Total
distortion distortion hour1 hour2
ratio
ratio
Total
Total Operating Operating
RMS RMS
time
time
–
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
Wh
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
V12
V23
V31
V12
V23
V31
DA1
DA2
DA3
V12
V23
V31
DA
V
Wh
Free
Free
Free
–
Wh
–
Wh
V12
V23
V31
–
Wh
–
Wh
W
V
Wh
–
Wh
–
Wh
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
Same Same Same Same
as
as
as
as
above above above above
»Phase/Wire Displays
The phase/wire system will be displayed as shown in the following table and is common for all models.
Phase/Wire settings
Top phase display
1
current
2
3
12
Voltage
23
31
1P2W
1P3W(1N2)
1P3W(1N3)
3P3W
None
None
None
None
None
None
1
N
2
1N
2N
12
1
N
3
1N
3N
13
1
2
3
12
23
31
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External Dimensions/Installation/Connections
Dimensions
Optional Plug-in Module : ME-4210-SS96, ME-0040C-SS96, ME-0052-SS96
25.2
46.8
17.1
20.7
Optional Plug-in Module : ME-0000BU-SS96
95.8
Terminal screw M3
88.8
81.2
75.8
61.3
90.2
(110.9)
91.6
91.6
ME96SSHA-MB, ME96SSRA-MB
88.8
81.2
95.8
25.2
90.2
91.6
(110.9)
75.8
ME96SSEA-MB
61.3
91.6
17.1
20.7
Optional Plug-in Module : ME-0000MT-SS96
25.2
75.8
61.3
95.8
88.8
81.2
Terminal screw M3
95.8
17.1
Mounting
2 View Angle
1 Dimension of panel
Panel hole dimensions are as shown in the following figure.
The contrast of the display changes at view angle. Mount it at the position that is
It can be attached to a panel with thickness of 1.6 to 4.0mm.
easy to see.
92 + 00.5
Viewing angle
10°
60°
60
°
(side view)
92 + 00.5
°
60
(overhead view)
3 Attachment
For attachment of the basic device into the panel hole, attach according to the following procedure.
qThe attachment lug is installed in two holes
wTighten the screws of the lug,
of the top and bottom of the basic device.
and fix onto the panel.
Note
To prevent damage to the panel and screws, do not fasten
screws too tightly.
Recommended torque for these products: 0.3~0.5N·m (approx.
half of standard torque)
Also, please tighten the upper and lower screws at the same time.
Main unit mounting screws: M3
4 Installing Optional Plug-in Module
When installing the optional plug-in module onto the basic device, install according to the following procedure.
qRemove the optional cover.
wAttach the optional
unit to the main unit.
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Fit the protruding part of the optional unit into
the slot in the main unit.
Wiring
1 Applicable Cable Size
Part
The table on the right describes
the applicable wire size.
Screw type
Product main body
(auxiliary power supply,
voltage input, current input
and MODBUS® RTU
communication terminals)
M3
Tightening torque
OD
0.6 to 0.8 N·m
• Single wire and stranded wire: AWG24 to 14 (Rod terminal can be
used together with stranded wire.)
Wire stripping length: 10 to 11 mm
Optional unit terminal
(ME-0052-SS96,
ME-0040C-SS96,
ME-4210-SS96)
Wire specifications
• Use of crimp-style terminals:
AWG26 to 14 (2 wires can be connected.)
Applicable crimp-style terminal:
OD of 6 mm or less, for screw M3
Screwless
*1: To conform to UL Standard, use in accordance with the following requirements.
• Single wire and stranded wire: AWG24 to 18
•Use of a bar terminal is not allowed.
*2: When using a bar terminal for inserting two wires, select a terminal whose
insertion part into the terminal block is 12 to 13 mm long.
2 Wiring
‡Optional Plug-in Module Terminal
‡Optional Plug-in Module Terminal
qRemove the wire casing at the end of the
wire and solder to the rod terminal.
wWith the lever pushed in, insert the wire and
then release the lever to connect.
Wire insertion
hole
3 Confirmations
Lever
After wiring, make sure the following:
All wiring is connected
There is no misitake in wiring
Protective sheet
There is a protective sheet covering the LCD screen to prevent scratching during panel installation. Please remove the sheet
before using the meter. When removing the sheet, the LCD may turn on due to the static electricity generated. This is not
abnormal; the LCD will turn off after a short time.
Installation position
Note
If installing the unit at the panel edge, choose an installation position where there is sufficient space for wiring work.
Optional unit
Turn the auxiliary power supply off before attaching the optional unit. If attached with the power on, the main unit will not
recognize the optional unit. To remedy this, turn off/restart the auxiliary power supply or execute the “instrument restart” operation.
Wiring Diagrams
Three phase 4-wire system: Direct input
Three phase 4-wire system: With VT
1 2 3 0
K
L
k
1 2 3 0
+C1
l
k
K
L
l
K
L
K
L
C1
k
l
+C2
T/R+
C2
T/R−
+C3
SG
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
P3
MA
PN
MB
MODBUS RTU
Communication
e
Protective
Earthing
w
Load
qAuxiliary power supply:
100-240VAC or VDC
wFuse: 0.5A
eWhen the MODBUS® RTU unit at the
destination does not have an SG terminal,
it is unnecessary to connect this line.
*1 For low-voltage circuits, secondary-side
(+)
q
grounding of instrument-use
(−)
voltage/current transformers is not
required.
Three phase 3-wire system: Direct input, 2CT
K
L
l
V
v
U
u
V
v
U
u
V
v
SG
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
e
P2
P3
MA
PN
MB
Protective
Earthing
qAuxiliary power supply:
100-240VAC or VDC
wFuse: 0.5A
eWhen the MODBUS® RTU unit at the
destination does not have an SG
terminal, it is unnecessary to connect
this line.
*1 For low-voltage circuits, secondary-side
grounding of instrument-use
voltage/current transformers is not
required.
(+)
(−) q
Load
K
L
+C2
T/R+
C2
T/R−
+C3
SG
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
P3
MA
P2
MB
e
Protective
Earthing
w
k
qAuxiliary power supply:
100-240VAC or VDC
wFuse: 0.5A
eWhen the MODBUS® RTU unit at the
destination does not have an SG
terminal, it is unnecessary to connect
this line.
(+)
q
*1 For low-voltage circuits, secondary-side
(−)
grounding of instrument-use
voltage/current transformers is not
required.
*2 Connection to NC terminal is prohibited.
+C1
C1
l
k
K
L
l k
K
L
l
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
NC
Load
u
T/R−
1 2 3
C1
k
U
T/R+
C2
+C3
Three phase 3-wire system: With VT, 3CT
+C1
l
C1
+C2
w
1 2 3
k
+C1
l k
K
L
l k
K
L
l
®
P2
K
L
k
U
u
V
v
U
u
V
v
+C2
T/R+
C2
T/R−
+C3
SG
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
e
NC
P3
MA
P2
MB
Protective
Earthing
w
Load
qAuxiliary power supply:
100-240VAC or VDC
wFuse: 0.5A
eWhen the MODBUS® RTU unit at the
destination does not have an SG
terminal, it is unnecessary to connect
this line.
*1 For low-voltage circuits, secondary-side
grounding of instrument-use
voltage/current transformers is not
required.
*2 Connection to NC terminal is prohibited.
(+)
(−) q
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External Dimensions/Installation/Connections
Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
Single phase 3-wire system
Single phase 2-wire system: With VT
1 0 2
K
L
k
1 2
+C1
K
L
C1
l
K
L
k
l
+C2
T/R+
C2
T/R−
+C3
SG
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
P3
MA
MB
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
e
Protective
Earthing
w
Load
Note
+C1
C1
l
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
P2
PN
k
qAuxiliary power supply:
100-240VAC or VDC
wFuse: 0.5A
eWhen the MODBUS® RTU unit at the
destination does not have an SG
terminal, it is unnecessary to connect
this line.
(+)
(−) q *1 For low-voltage circuits, secondary-side
grounding of instrument-use
voltage/current transformers is not
required.
*2 Connection to NC terminal is prohibited.
U
u
V
v
+C2
T/R+
C2
T/R−
+C3
SG
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
MODBUS®RTU
Communication
e
qAuxiliary power supply:
100-240VAC or VDC
wFuse: 0.5A
eWhen the MODBUS® RTU unit at the
destination does not have an SG
terminal, it is unnecessary to connect
this line.
*1 For low-voltage circuits, secondary-side
grounding of instrument-use
voltage/current transformers is not
required.
*2 Connection to NC terminal is prohibited.
P2
P3
MA
PN
MB
Protective
Earthing
w
(+)
(−) q
Load
1. The voltage input terminal will vary depending on if it is a 3-phase, 3-wire system or otherwise.
2. VT/CT polarity errors will cause incorrect measurement.
3. Always use the grounding terminal ( ) in a grounded state. Perform grounding with a grounding resistance of 100Ω or less.
Insufficient grounding may cause erroneous operation.
4. Use shielded twisted-pair cables for transmission signal lines.
5. Use terminal resistance (120Ω) for devices at both ends of the MODBUS® RTU communication transmission line.
These meters can be terminated at 120Ω by short-circuiting the “T-” and “Ter” terminals.
6. Use the thickest possible grounding wire to ensure low impedance.
7. MODBUS® RTU transmission signal cables must not be in close proximity or bundled with high-voltage cables.
Optional Plug-in Module: ME-4210-SS96
{
{
{
{
{
{
{
CH1+
CH1–
CH2+
CH2–
CH3+
CH3–
CH4+
CH4–
C1A/A1
C1B/COM1
C2A/A2
C2B/COM2
DI+
DI–
Optional Plug-in Module: ME-0040C-SS96
DA
Analog output CH1
CC-Link
Communication
DB
DG
Analog output CH2
SLD
FG
Analog output CH3
SLD
Analog output CH4
DG
Pulse output1/Alarm output1
DA
CC-Link
Communication
DB
DI1
DI2
Pulse output2/Alarm output2
DI3
DI4
Digital input
DI COM
DC24V
Protective
Bonding
Optional Plug-in Module: ME-0052-SS96
Optional Plug-in Module:
ME-0000MT-SS96
Optional Plug-in Module:
ME-0000BU-SS96
DC24V
{
{
DI1+
DI1–
DI2+
DI2–
DI3+
DI3–
DI4+
DI4–
DI5+
DI5–
DO1+
DO1–
DO2+
DO2–
DO1
DO2
+C1
+C1
C1
C1
SD
CARD
+C2
T/R+
+C2
T/R+
C2
T/R−
C2
T/R−
+C3
SG
+C3
SG
C3
Ter
C3
Ter
P1
SLD
P1
SLD
P2
P2
P3
MA
PN
MB
ETHERNET
P3
MA
PN
MB
DI1-, DI2-, DI3-, DI4-, DI5-,
are connected inside.
Protective
Earthing
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Protective
Earthing
Wiring Diagrams (Continued)
1. Pulse output, alarm output, and contact input/output cables must not be in close proximity or bundled with power cables or
high-voltage cables. When laid parallel, separate by the distance shown in the following table.
Note
Condition
Distance
Power lines under 600V/600A
More than 30cm
Other power lines
More than 60cm
2. Analog output cables must not be in close proximity or bundled with other power cables or input cables (e.g., VT, CT, auxiliary
power supply). In addition, to prevent noise, surge and induction, use shielded cables or twisted-pair cables. Make sure that
cables are as short as possible.
3. There is no insulation between the MODBUS® RTU communication portion and the optional module ME-4210-SS96,
ME-0040C-SS96 or ME-0000MT-SS96.
4. Use only designated cables when connecting the CC-Link (see communication specifications). CC-Link dedicated cables
cannot be used at the same time as CC-Link dedicated high-performance cables. Normal data transmission cannot be
guaranteed if used at the same time.
The terminal resistance value varies depending on the type of dedicated cable.
5. For cables connecting the CC-Link, connect shielded cables to “SLD” and ground “FG” cables. “SLD” and “FG” cables are
connected inside the unit.
6. CC-Link transmission lines are small signal circuits: separate from strong electrical circuits by a distance of 10cm or more, or
30cm or more if laid in parallel over a long distance.
Ground the terminal before use.
7. For CC-Link transmission, always use dedicated lines and comply with conditions for total wiring distance, distance between
stations and terminal resistance values according to the communication speed. Not doing so may prevent normal communication (see the CC-Link Master Unit Operations Manual for information on dedicated lines and wiring conditions).
8. The terminal resistance supplied with the CC-Link Master Unit must always be used for the units at both ends of the CC-Link
transmission line. If the meter is at the end of the CC-Link transmission line, connect it between the DA and DB terminals.
9. Communication errors may occur under the influence of high-frequency noise from other devices in the installation environment during high-speed communication (100 Mbps) via 100BASE-TX connection of MODBUS® TCP.
Measures to be taken when the network system is configured to avoid the influence of high-frequency noise are shown below.
(1) Wiring connection
• When laying a twisted pair cable, do not bundle the cable together with any main circuit line or power line or lay it close to such a line.
• Keep the twisted pair cables in the duct.
(2) Communication method
• Increase the number of communication retries as needed.
• Replace the hub to be used for connection with that for 10 Mbps, and communicate at a data transmission speed of 10 Mbps.
10. Do not connect any terminal or RJ45 connector in the live state.
11. Do not insert or remove the SD memory card in the live state.
Rated voltage for each phase/wire system
Phase/Wire
Three phase 4-wire
Three phase 3-wire
Single phase 3-wire
Single phase 2-wire*
Connection
Star
Delta
Star
−
Delta
Star
Rated voltage
Max. 277VAC (L-N)/480VAC(L-L)
Max. 220VAC (L-L)
Max. 440VAC (L-L)
Max. 220VAC (L-N)/440VAC(L-L)
Max. 220VAC (L-L)
Max. 440VAC (L-L)
Figure
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Figure 5
Figure 6
* The circuit derived from the three-phase 3-wire delta connection and the single-phase 2-wire transformer circuit have the maximum rating of 220 VAC.
The circuits derived from the three-phase 4-wire and three-phase 3-wire star connections and single-phase 3-wire connection have the maximum rating of 440 VAC.
Fig. 1. Three phase 4-wire (star)
Fig. 4. Single phase 3-wire
Fig. 2. Three phase 3-wire (delta)
Fig. 3. Three phase 3-wire (star)
Fig. 5. Single phase 2-wire (delta)
Fig. 6. Single phase 2-wire (star)
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ensure that the manual read by the end user as well.
1
Usage Environment and Conditions
Do not use these products under any of the following conditions. Doing so may cause erroneous operation and/or reduced service life.
• Ambient temperature is outside the range of -5~55°C
• Daily average temperature over 35°C
• Presence of excessive dust, corrosive gas, salt or oil/smoke
sunlight
• Altitude is above 2,000m
• Relative humidity over 85% or presence of condensation
• Product is subject to excessive vibration or shock
• Excessive external noise
• Pollution level is 2 or higher
• Product is in direct contact with rain, water drops or
• Transient overvoltage is 4,000V or higher
• Presence of metal
fragments or conducting substances
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Installation
Please note the following items regarding installation. To ensure safety, installation is to be performed by a qualified technical electrician.
• Affix the main unit to the panel before use
suitable angle of view.
• The LCD display contrast changes depending on the angle from which it is viewed. Install it in a position that ensures a
• Tighten screws using a torque of approx. 0.3~0.5N·m
• To prevent damage to the LCD, take care not to subject the LCD/front of the main unit to
shock/impact.
Auxiliary power supply and instrument ratings
Auxiliary power
supply
100~240VAC (±15%) 50-60Hz
100~240VDC (−30%, +15%)
Three phase, 4-wire: Max. 277/480VAC
Voltage
Instrument
ratings
Three phase, 3-wire: Delta connection: Max. 220VAC, Star connection: Max. 440VAC
Single phase, 3-wire: Max. 220/440VAC
Single phase, 2-wire: Delta connection: Max. 220VAC, Star connection: Max. 440VAC
Current
5A/1A
Frequency 50-60Hz (dual use)
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Connections
See pages 26~28 of this catalog for information regarding connections.
CAUTION
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• To ensure safety, connections are to be performed by an electrical engineer qualified in wiring.
• Check connection diagrams carefully before performing connections.
Incorrect connections may result in VT burnout caused by a VT secondary-side short circuit or high voltage on the CT
secondary side, which may lead to device malfunction, fire or electrical shock.
• Do not work with live wires; there is a risk of electric shock and exposure to high voltage due to short-circuiting or CT
secondary side opening, which may lead to malfunction, fire or electrical shock.
• Use electrical wire sizes compatible with the rated current. Use of unsuitable sizes may cause heat generation, which may lead
to a fire.
• After performing connections, check that no connections have been missed.
Missed connections may result in erroneous operation or high voltage on the CT secondary side, which may lead to a fire or
electrical shock.
• At the time of wiring, an electric wire can be broken by pulling with strong power.
(The load of pulling is less than 3-9 N)
Preparations Before Use
• Before use, perform settings such as the VT primary voltage, CT primary current, power scale and demand time limit in accordance with the operations manual
supplied with the product; setting errors may cause incorrect measurement/operation.
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Usage Procedures
• Use the products within the rated range. Using the products outside the rated range may cause erroneous operation or product malfunction.
• Do not use the products for special applications such as nuclear power, aerospace or medical devices/systems.
CAUTION
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• Do not make any modifications to the products. Using products after modification may cause a malfunction, electrical shock or fire.
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Repairing at Time of Malfunction/Error
• If a product listed in this catalog malfunctions, read the troubleshooting section of the operations manual (detailed version) and confirm the symptoms. If the problem
is not listed, please contact a Mitsubishi Electric representative.
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Maintenance/Inspections
• Wipe away any dust/dirt on the surface of the product with a soft cloth.
• Do not leave chemical cloths, etc. in contact with the product for long periods, and avoid the use of benzene, thinner, etc. when wiping the product surface. Doing so
may cause deformation or cause the coating to peel away.
• To ensure correct use for the full service life of the product, please perform the following inspections:
qCheck for damage to the product
wCheck for display malfunctions (e.g., does not respond to input)
eCheck for loose installation or terminal block wire connections
(check regularly once every six months/year) always making sure that power has been turned off beforehand)
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rCheck for unusual smell, noise or rise in temperature.
Storage
Do not store the product for long periods of time under any of the following conditions. Doing so may lead to a malfunction or reduced service life.
• Ambient temperature outside the range of -25~+75°C
condensation present
• Daily average temperature of more than 35°C
• Excessive dust, corrosive gas, salt or oil/smoke present
• Relative humidity exceeding 85% or
• Product is subject to excessive vibration or shock
• Product is in
direct contact with rain, water drops or sunlight
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Disposal
• These products do not use nickel-cadmium batteries. Dispose of them as industrial waste.
• The optional module ME-0000BU-SS96 contains a lithium battery. Dispose of the battery in accordance with the municipal regulations.
• In EU member states, there is a separate collection system for used batteries. Dispose of the batteries properly at the local collection/recycling center. The following
symbol is printed on the package of ME-0000BU-SS96.
This symbol is applicable only in EU member states. The symbol is designated in Article 20 “Information for end-users” and Annex II of the new European
Directive on batteries (2006/66/EC).
The above symbol indicates that the batteries must be disposed of after separation from general waste.
CAUTION
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• The optional module ME-0000BU-SS96 contains a lithium battery. Therefore, if it is thrown into the fire, it may generate heat,
rupture or ignite. Dispose of the lithium battery in accordance with the municipal regulations.
Warranty Period
The warranty period for the products in this catalog expires one year from the date of purchase or one year and six months after the date of
manufacture; whichever is earliest. Even during the warranty period, the warranty shall not apply to malfunctions attributable to intentional
negligence or erroneous use by the customer, and the fee for any repair required as the result of such negligence shall be the liability of the
customer.
Mitsubishi Electric shall not be liable for: Damage that cannot be attributed to Mitsubishi Electric; lost opportunity or earnings resulting from
failure of a Mitsubishi Electric product; damage, secondary damage or compensation for an accident resulting from special circumstances
regardless of whether or not the circumstances were foreseeable; or damage to products or other services for products not manufactured by
Mitsubishi Electric.
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Product Exchange Cycle
Although it depends on usage conditions, as a guide, it is recommended that the products listed in this catalog be renewed after 10 years.
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ELECTRONIC MULTI-MEASURING INSTRUMENT
Country / Region
Australia
Company
Address
Mitsubishi Electric Australia Pty. Ltd.
348 Victoria Road, Rydalmere, N.S.W. 2116, Australia
Telephone
+61-2-9684-7777
USA
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.
500 Corporate Woods Parkway Vernon Hills, IL 60061, USA
+1-847-478-2100
Brazil
MELCO-TEC Rep. Com. e Assessoria Tecnica Ltda.
Av. Paulista, 1439-Cj.72, Cerqueira Cesar CEP 01311-200,
Sao Paulo, SP, CEP:01311-200, Brazil
+ 55-11-3146-2200
Chile
Rhona S.A.
Agua Santa 4211 P.O. Box 30-D Vina del Mar, Chile
+56-32-2-320-600
China
Mitsubishi Electric Automation (CHINA) Ltd.
No. 1386 Hongqiao Road, Mitsubishi Electric Automation Center
Shanghai China, 200336
+86-21-2322-3030
China
Mitsubishi Electric Automation (HongKong) Ltd.
10/F., Manulife Tower, 169 Electric Road, North Point,
Hong Kong
+852-2887-8810
Proelectrico Representaciones S.A.
Carrera 53 No 29C-73 - Medellin, Colombia
+57-4-235-30-38
Cairo Electrical Group
9, Rostoum St. Garden City P.O. Box 165-11516
Maglis El-Shaab, Cairo - Egypt
+20-2-27961337
Europe
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Gothaer Strasse 8, D-40880 Ratingen, Germany
+ 49-(0)2102-486-0
India
Mitlite Electric Company Pvt Ltd
Plot No-32, Sector-6, IMT Maneser,
+ 91-124-4695300
PT. Mitsubishi Electric Indonesia
Gedung Jaya 8th floor, JL.MH. Thamrin No.12 Jakarta Pusat
10340, Indonesia
+62-21-3192-6461
P. T. Sahabat Indonesia
P.O.Box 5045 Kawasan Industri Pergudangan,
Jakarta, Indonesia
+62-(0)21-6610651-9
Korea
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Korea Co., Ltd
1480-6, Gayang-Dong, Gangseo-Gu, Seoul, Korea
+ 82-2-3660-9572
Laos
Societe Lao Import Co., Ltd.
43-47 Lane Xang Road P.O. BOX 2789 VT Vientiane Laos
+ 856-21-215043
Comptoir d'Electricite Generale-Liban
Cebaco Center - Block A Autostrade Dora,
P.O. Box 11-2597 Beirut - Lebanon
+961-1-240445
Malaysia
Mittric Sdn Bhd
5 Jalan Pemberita U1/49, Temasya Industrial Park,
Glenmarie 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
+603-5569-3748
Myanmar
Peace Myanmar Electric Co.,Ltd.
NO137/139 Botataung Pagoda Road,
Botataung Town Ship 11161, Yangon, Myanmar
+95-(0)1-202589
Watt & Volt House
KHA 2-65, Volt House Dillibazar Post Box: 2108,
Kathmandu, Nepal
+977-1-4411330
Comptoir d'Electricite
Generale-International-S.A.L.
Cebaco Center - Block A Autostrade Dora
P.O. Box 11-1314 Beirut - Lebanon
+ 961-1-240430
Prince Electric Co.
1&16 Brandreth Road, Lahore-54000, Pakistan
+ 92-(0)42-7654342
Edison Electric Integrated, Inc.
24th Fl. Galleria Corporate Center, Edsa Cr. Ortigas Ave.,
Quezon City Metro Manila, Philippines
+ 63-(0)2-634-8691
Center of Electrical Goods
Al-Shuwayer St. Side way of Salahuddin Al-Ayoubi St.
P.O. Box 15955 Riyadh 11454 - Saudi Arabia
+ 966-1-4770149
Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte. Ltd.
307, Alexandra Road, #05-01/02
Mitsubishi Electric Building, Singapore 159943
+ 65-6473-2308
Colombia
Egypt
Indonesia
Lebanon
Nepal
Middle East
Arab Countries & Cyprus
Pakistan
Philippines
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Africa
CBI-electric: low voltage
Private Bag 2016, Isando, 1600, South Africa
+27-(0)11-9282000
Setsuyo Enterprise Co., Ltd
6th Fl., No.105, Wu Kung 3rd, Wu-Ku Hsiang,
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
+ 886-(0)2-2298-8889
Thailand
United Trading & Import Co., Ltd.
77/12 Bamrungmuang Road, Klong Mahanak,
Pomprab Bangkok Thailand
+ 66-223-4220-3
Uruguay
Fierro Vignoli S.A.
Avda. Uruguay 1274, Montevideo, Uruguay
+598-2-902-0808
Adesco S.A.
Calle 7 La Urbina Edificio Los Robles Locales C y D
Planta Baja, Caracas - Venezuela
+58-212-241-9952
CTY TNHH-TM SA GIANG
10th Floor, Room 1006-1007, 255 Tran Hung Dao St.,
Co Giang Ward, Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
+ 84-8-8386727/28/29
Taiwan
Venezuela
Vietnam
Safety Tips: Be sure to read the instruction manual fully before using this product.
Precautions Before Use
• Please consult with a Mitsubishi Electric representative when considering the application of products presented in this catalogue with machinery or systems
designed for specialized use such as nuclear power, electrical power, aerospace/outer space, medical, or passenger transportation vehicles.
• Mitsubishi Electric Corporation shall not be liable, to the customer or equipment user, for:
1) Any damege found not to be attributable to a Mitsubishi Electric product.
2) The loss of opportunity or profits for the customer or user caused by any fault in a Mitsubishi Electric product.
3) Damege, secondary damege or accident compensation resulting from special factors regardless of whether or not such factors could be predicted by
Mitsubishi Electric.
4) Damege to products of other companies and/or guarantees relating to other services.
Y-0758 1611 printed in Japan(IP)
New publication, effective Jun. 2016.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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