Janitza - Nexon Technologies
Energie-Messtechnik
Energie-Management
Netzqualitäts-Lösungen
Software & Zubehör
Power Quality Monitoring
Power Management
Power Quality Solutions
Software & Accessories
Energy -
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“Quality is never an accident;
it is always the result of intelligent effort.”
John Russkin
UMG 604 power analyser
Reduce electricity costs
Stabilise production processes
Reliable supply with energy
Reduce maintenance costs
Chapter 01
Company profile
3
3P-strategy
5
An overview of application options
6
Energy Measurement Technology
Chapter 02
Power Quality Monitoring
7
An overview of UMG families
9
UMG 103 – universal measuring instrument for DIN rails
12
UMG 604 – power analyser for DIN rails
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UMG 96L/UMG96 – universal measuring instrument 96x96mm
26
UMG 96S – universal measuring instrument with
Profibus/harmonics display
32
UMG 503 – 144 x 144mm power analyser with Profibus
40
UMG 505 – power analyser with LON and analogue IOs
48
UMG 507 – power analyser with continuous measurements,
Ethernet and short term interruption detection
56
UMG 511 – power quality analyser in accordance with
EN50160/61000-2-4
MRG
– portable power analysers,
MRG 503LGF and MRG 510Flex
Chapter 03
Chapter 04
64
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Power Management
77
Electronic impulse-energy meter
80
Peak demand management, UMG 507Emax
88
Data logger, ProData®
94
Power Quality Solutions
99
Power factor controller, Prophi®
102
Power capacitors for power factor correction
108
Conventional PFC without reactors (PFC),
112
Detuned power factor correction (PFC), active and
Chapter 05
Chapter 06
passive harmonic filter
118
Dynamic power factor correction (DPFC)
132
Software
139
PSW, PAS, GridVis, OPC Server, MS Excel analysis tools
142
Accessories
161
Current transformer, mechanical accessories, field bus
Chapter 07
components, data server, touch panels, ...
164
Appendix
203
PFC cable diameters, fuses, cos-phi selection table,
project descriptions
204
Chapter 1
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Janitza electronics®
The story
Janitza® electronics GmbH was founded by Mr. Eugen Janitza and
Mr. Markus Janitza in Lahnau in the year 1986. After Eugen
Janitza, one of the co-founders, retired from the company, his
son, Markus Janitza, took over as general manager.
As a medium-sized family company, Janitza Electronics® GmbH
is an important employer in the region with a significant
upwards tendency. The management is dedicated to the site in
Germany which is testified by the continual, active apprenticeship schemes for young talent. The complete chain of value creation including development, production and sales is based in
Lahnau and the major expansion of production area at the
beginning of 2007 shows that this will continue to be the case in
the future. Traditional values such as continuity and reliability
are of great interest to our customers along with innovative technology and products together with a rapid, professional service.
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The customers
Janitza electronics® GmbH products are generally of interest to all
professional consumers of electrical energy. The products from
Janitza® are already used by 17 companies which are listed in the
German Shares Index (DAX). The most important customers are
in the automobile industry, the banking and insurance sector or
local councils. The products are used in industry, commercial buildings, by energy suppliers, in airports, supermarkets, universities
and in hospitals. However, the use of our products is also lucrative
for smaller companies.
Janitza electronics® GmbH has an export ratio of approximately
50% and markets its products in more than 60 countries throughout the world.
The focus
Janitza electronics® GmbH is a leading global manufacturer in
the field of digital integrated measuring equipment for energy
distributors, energy optimisation systems and power quality
solutions. The products made by Janitza® are generally used to
reduce energy, maintenance and products costs.
Awareness of power quality has gained significance in all
companies in the past years. Excessive power quality distortion
lead to increased wear and tear in all electrical supply equipment and any connected electrical and electronic loads and
can lead even up to production stoppages. Our measuring
instruments therefore provide essential information about
insufficient power quality and therefore enable customers to
take measures for the improvement of power quality problems. This leads to a longer lifespan for equipment and
improved sustainability of the respective investments.
The possibility of allocating energy costs to certain products is
becoming more and more important to industrial companies.
Janitza® also has tailor-made solutions for cost centre analysis.
The reduction of expensive peak demand loads and the compensation of reactive power can immediately cut down the
electricity bill.
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Janitza’s® 3P-Strategy
Janitza’s® 3P-Strategy
Power Quality Monitoring - Power Management - Power Quality Solutions
The products, systems and services of Janitza electronics® range from measurement (collection of data) through energy
management) through to solutions for the improvement of power quality. Janitza electronics® does not solely limit itself to
the collection of data but, based on the measurement data, offers tailor-made solutions in the fields of power quality and power
management. This one-stop offer supports the best possible efficiency and power reliability.
Power Management
Peak demand management
Collection of data
Cost centre management
Energy efficiency
Power Quality Solutions
Power Quality Monitoring
Measurement
Monitoring
Automatic alarm management
Detection of PQ problems
Power factor correction (PFC)
Harmonic filters
Dynamic PFC
Active harmonic filters
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An overview of application options
Janitza® UMG 511:
EN50160 Standard
Monitoring of power quality
Switch:
Communication using
TCP/IP, internet
Janitza® UMG 507:
Monitoring the reliability of voltage supplies
Monitoring short-term interruption
Computer environment:
- Programming and assessment software
- Cost centre data collection
- Power quality
- Analysis tools
- Database management
- Etc.
Janitza® Prophi®:
Reactive power controller
Janitza® UMG 604, UMG 503 - 507:
Cost centre analysis, consumer data collection, ...
Janitza® ProData®:
Data logger
Janitza® UMG 507 EMax:
Peak demand management
Janitza® UMG 103 / UMG 96S:
Monitoring important power data; replacement for analogue measuring equipment
Fixed & automatic
power factor
correction
Dynamic
power factor
correction
De-tuned
capacitor banks
Active filter
Janitza® Power Quality Solutions
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Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 103
Pages 12 - 17
- Universal measuring device for DIN rail mounting without display
- Interface and harmonic measurement up to 25th in current and
voltage
UMG 604
Pages 18 - 25
- Power analyser for DIN rail mounting
- 800 various measurement parameters
- Continuous measurement with recognition of short-term interruptions
- Ethernet, Bacnet, Modbus, Profibus, RS232, RS485
- Extendable up to 7 user programs (graphic programming)
- Peak demand management
- Accuracy classification 0.5S
UMG 96L/UMG 96
Pages 26 - 31
- Digital diversity in comparison to analogue simplicity
- Universal measuring device (96x96mm)
- UMG 96 with pulse outputs/signal output
UMG 96S
Pages 32 - 39
- Economic universal measuring device with interface
- 2 digital outputs (as pulse or signal output)
- Profibus/Modbus/M-bus/ harmonic display
- Clock/memory
UMG 503
Pages 40 - 47
- Power analyser (144x144mm)
- Extended measurement range, higher accuracy
- Modbus, Profibus, RS232, RS485, 2 relay outputs,
pulse output, analogue output
UMG 505
Pages 48 - 55
- Power analyser (144x144mm)
- LON, Modbus, RS232, RS485
- 5 digital outputs, 4 analogue outputs, 4 digital inputs
UMG 507
Pages 56 - 63
- Power analyser (144x144mm)
- Continuous measurement with detection of short-term interruptions
- Ethernet, Modbus, Profibus, RS232, RS485
- 6 digital inputs and outputs, 2 analogue outputs, 1 temperature input
- Peak demand management
UMG 511
Pages 64 - 71
- Power quality analyser according to EN50160 and EN61000-2-4
- Harmonics up to a 63rd
- THD, flicker, short-term interruptions, transient, unsymmetrical ...
- Including GridVis software with report generator for EN50160
MRG 503 LGF/MRG 510 Flex
Pages 72 - 76
- Portable power analyser based on UMG 503 and UMG 510
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PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
Energy measurement technology
The first step towards saving energy and improving operational processes is the measurement of the
most important parameters of your electrical energy supply while monitoring the peak loads.
Janitza electronics® offers you a complete range of power
monitoring units with the corresponding accessories.
The UMG measuring equipment and power analysers
help you to gain a comprehensive overview of your
energy supplies and introduce the correct measures.
The power quality is also monitored according to the
general valid standards (e.g. EN50160). The PSW, PAS
and GridVis software packages in connection with
the measurement equipment and power
analysers from Janitza electronics® offer
you energy and power monitoring
with real-time diagnosis from the
provider through to all levels of your
enterprise.
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Overview of universal measuring instruments
Scan frequency 50/60Hz
Measurement points per sec.
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Peak demand management
Software
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RS 232
RS 485
Profibus DP
M-bus
LON
Ethernet
Web server / e-mail
Protocols
Modbus RTU
ISDN router
Modbus gateway
Profibus DP V0
LonTalk
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UMG 96S
52.13.005
UMG 96
52.13.001
UMG 96L
Measurement range L-N, AC
Measurement range L-L, AC
Operating voltage L-N, AC
Auxiliary voltage
Three phase/four phase
Quadrants
Continuous measurement
Measurements per second
Effective value from periods
50/60Hz
Harmonics V/A
Distortion factor THD-U in %
Distortion factor THD-I in %
Unsymmetrical
Positive/negative/zero system
Current flicker strength
Short/long-term flicker
Transients
Short-term interruptions
Accuracy V.A
Effective energy classification
Operating hour meter
Weekly time switch
Auxiliary input
Digital inputs
Digital/pulse output
Relay outputs
Analogue inputs
Analogue outputs
Temperature input
Integrated logic
Min/max value memory
Memory size
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EP
52.16.001
52.18.001
UMG 604
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UMG 103
52.16.003
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52.15.001
52.15.002
UMG 507
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52.15.003
EL
52.15.021
52.10.004
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52.15.004
52.07.001
LON
52.10.013
52.07.006
UMG 505
MOD LON
52.10.001
MOD
52.10.007
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UMG 503
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LG
52.07.027
Item number
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Type
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5 - 500V
8 - 870V
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Measurement range L-L, AC
Operating voltage L-N, AC
Auxiliary voltage
Three phase/four phase
Quadrants
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80 - 870V
85 - 265V AC; 80 - 370V DC*1
50 - 500V
80 - 870V
85 - 265V AC; 80 - 370V DC*1
50 - 500V
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Clock
Bi-metallic function A/kW
Fault recording function
Peak demand management
Software
Interfaces
RS 232
RS 485
Profibus DP
M-bus
LON
Ethernet
Web server / e-mail
Protocols
Modbus RTU
ISDN router
Modbus gateway
Profibus DP V0
LonTalk
Modbus TCP/IP
BACnet IP/MSTP
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Continuous measurement
Measurements per second
Effective value from periods
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Harmonics V/A
Distortion factor THD-U in %
Distortion factor THD-I in %
Unsymmetrical
Positive/negative/zero system
Current flicker strength
Short/long-term flicker
Transients
Short-term interruptions
Accuracy V.A
Effective energy classification
Operating hour meter
Weekly time switch
Auxiliary input
Digital inputs
Digital/pulse output
Relay outputs
Analogue inputs
Analogue outputs
Temperature input
Integrated logic
Min/max value memory
Memory size
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Ethernet / Modbus Gateway
Application example for a typical communication network
P in kW
Switch
TCP /IP
Load course during the day
Power savings
Target value
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TCP /IP
Modbus RTU RS485
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 604L
Modbus RTU RS485
UMG 103
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UMG 103
UMG 103
UMG 604E
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 103
Universal measuring equipment
for DIN rail mounting
Universal measuring devices of the UMG 103 product family are mainly designed for use in low voltage distribution systems.
The UMG 103 is a measuring instrument with an effective energy class of 0.5S.
In addition to a large quantity of electrical measurement values, the UMG 103 offers a multitude of
additional functions such as the measurement of harmonics, the storage of minimum and maximum
values, operating hour meter, bi-metallic strip function and password protection. The interface and
field bus capabilities (Modbus) enable the communication of measurement data and incorporation
into a comprehensive energy management system.
Areas of application
For measuring and checking electrical parameters in energy distribution units
Cost centre data collection
Limit value monitoring, measurement value generator for building management systems or PLC
Monitoring harmonics
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Universal measuring instrument
UMG 103 universal measuring device
for DIN rail mounting
The UMG 103 is a very compact universal measuring instrument for
mounting on DIN rails. The compact dimensions even enable installation in limited spaces such as in installation sub-distribution boards.
Installation and connection costs are significantly reduced by mounting the instrument on a 35mm DIN rail.
In order to make use of the extensive functions of modern measuring
instruments, the interconnection and central analysis of data plays an
important role. This is the reason for not using a display; two LEDs show
the current operating status. The communication of measurement data
takes place through a very fast RS485/Modbus interface.
Main features
Measurement in TN and TT networks
3 voltage measurement inputs (300V CATIII), 3 current measurement inputs
Continuous scanning of the voltage and current measurement inputs
High measurement accuracy, effective energy class 0.5; U/I, 0.2%
Harmonic analysis up to a 25th
Including GridVis software
RS 485 (Modbus RTU, slave)
Mounting on 35mm DIN rail
Suitable for integration in installation distribution panels
Applications
The UMG 103 is intended for the measurement and calculation of
electrical parameters such as current, voltage, power, consumption
or harmonics etc. in building installations, on distribution panels,
on circuit breakers and on server racks. The UMG 103 is fixed into
cabinets or small installation distributors in any installation position. The measurement values can be read out using the serial interface. The highest, lowest and energy values are recorded every two
seconds in a non-volatile memory. The voltage measurement
inputs are designed for the measurement in low voltage networks
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in which nominal voltages up to 300V against earth and surge
voltages up to excess voltage category III can occur. The UMG
103 is mainly suitable for measurements in low voltage networks because it takes the supply voltage from the measurement voltage and a voltage converter would be therefore necessary for HV grids.
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The UMG 103 performance level is usually sufficient for sub-measurements in connection with higher performance power analysers such as the UMG 604 or the UMG 507 applied in more complex
energy management systems. In this case, the UMG 103 serves as data measurement point which takes the measurement data and
passes it on to a higher-level point (master device). Using power analysers such as the UMG 604 with an integrated Modbus/Ethernetgateway and integrated web server, data are brought onto the Ethernet level or visualised on the homepage. Some examples of applications are cost centre data collection in office buildings, monitoring feeders to sub-distribution panels, motor control centres or in
IT and data centres.
UMG 103
Communication options
The connection of a UMG 103 to a PC using an interface converter
Interface converter
RS232 / RS485 or
USB / RS485
UMG 103
The connection of several UMG 103’s to a PC using a UMG 604 (with optional Ethernet)
Switch
UMG 604E
Modbus using RS485
UMG 103
UMG 103
UMG 103
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Functions and technical data
Overview of product variants
Description
Type
Operating voltage
Item number
Universal measuring device 50/60Hz;
Current transformer: ../1/5A
UMG 103
L-N: 110 ... 265V-AC
52.18.001
Measurement range
Voltage L-N
50-300 V-AC
Voltage L-L
85-520 V-AC
Current (CTs: x/1 and x/5A)
0.001...7.5A
Frequency, mains
45...65 Hz
General technical data
Operating voltage
CAT III
110 ...265 V-AC
Scanning rate
5.4 kHz per channel
Quadrants
4
Weight
150g
Dimensions
B=71.5 mm, H=90 mm, T=46 mm
Mounting
35 mm DIN rail
Working temperature
-10…+55 °C
Storage temperature
-20…+70 °C
Protection class
According to EN 60529
IP20
Connectable conductors (U/I)
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire
Pin cable lugs, ferrule
0.08-2.5 mm2
1.5 mm2
Voltage
L1, L2, L3, L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
0.2% rdg + 0.02% rng
Current
L1, L2, L3, N calculated
0.2% rdg + 0.02% rng
Effective, reactive and apparent power
L1, L2, L3, sum
Accuracy ±(0.4% rdg + 0.10% rng)
Cos-phi, power factor
L1, L2, L3, sum
Effective/reactive energy
Consumed/inductive
Class 0.5S(kWh)
Frequency
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy ±0.1% rdg
Measurement values
Average value
Yes
Minimum/maximum value
Yes
Operating hour meter
Yes
Power quality
Harmonics 1-25
Harmonic, uneven
Current, voltage, L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: 0.5% rdg + 0.05% rng
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: 0.5% rdg + 0.05% rng
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: 0.5% rdg + 0.05% rng
Up to 115.2 kbps
Yes
Communication
Interfaces
RS 485
Protocols
Modbus RTU/slave
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UMG 103
Typical connection options
UMG 103
Illustration: connection option UMG 103
Illustration: connection example for a voltage
measurement using a voltage transformer (VT)
Illustration: current measurement using a sum current
transformer (CT)
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UMG 103
Connection illustration
Support rail
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Dimensional drawings
Illustration: front view
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Illustration: side view
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 604
High performance power analysers
for DIN rails
High performance power analysers from the UMG 604 product family are suitable for use at all network levels. The high scanning rate enables a continuous measurement by gathering more than 800
measurement parameters. Due to the very high performance level of the digital signal processors, all
important power quality parameters are recorded e.g. short-term interruptions with fault recorder
function, transients, harmonics up to a 40th and starting current etc. Extensive communication options e.g. Ethernet (TCP/IP), BACnet, Modbus, Profibus, RS232, RS485, http, FTP, SMTP, SNTP
or DNS… allow affordable and quick integration in the existing communication architecture.
Worldwide access to the embedded web server can be gained through a web browser e.g. for energy
consumption analysis. Programs specific to the user can be created with implemented graphic programming. It is possible to run 7 user programs simultaneously.
Areas of application
For measuring, monitoring and checking electrical parameters in energy distribution units
Consumption data collection and analysis (cost centre data collection)
For monitoring the power quality (harmonics, short term interruptions, transients,
initial current…)
Measurement value generator for building management systems or PLC
Control tasks e.g. depending upon the achieved measurement values or limit values
Peak demand management (avoidance of costly and dangerous peak loads)
Ethernet gateway for subordinate measurement points
Remote monitoring
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Power analyser
UMG 604: the extra compact
power analyser
Added value through additional functions
Through the integration of various functions, the UMG 604
power analyser goes far beyond the limits of digital multifunctional
measuring equipment and, therefore, offers the respective added
value. The UMG 604 and the use of state-of-the-art processors
allow to offer a very fast and extremely compact power analyser at
an affordable price. The UMG 604 contains the following functions:
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Power analyser for electrical energy distribution
(over 800 parameters)
Energy consumption and cost centre data collection
Monitoring of power quality
Peak demand management (optional)
PLC function (up to 7 simultaneous freely programmable
programs, graphic programming)
Transient recorder
Event recorder
Data logger
Modbus/Ethernet gateway
Main features
Continuous measurement
Collection of all relevant power quality parameters (harmonics, short term interruptions, unbalance ...)
Ethernet and embedded web server
Jasic® interpreter
Up to 7 user defined programs
GridVis software - full version included in the delivery
Applications
Major increases of energy costs make electrical energy a driving force
in costing. With the UMG 604, you can make the first step towards
better cost efficiency. The precise collection of all energy data and
electrical parameters ensures the necessary amount of transparency in
your energy supplies. Concepts can be developed on the basis of the
data e.g. electricity cost reductions and the introduction of measures.
These targeted improvements can also be monitored and recorded
with the UMG 604.
The UMG 604, equipped with a 500 MHz DSP (digital signal
processor), is a fast and high performing power analyser. The
continuous scanning of eight channels with 20 KHz per channel
enables the collection of all relevant electrical parameters (more
than 800 values), minimum and maximum values, the basic
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power quality values such as harmonics (up to the 40th, each
phase with direction recognition) and short term interruptions.
Even fast transients (> 50μs) can be safely identified. Using
modern communication processes, the collected data is conducted to a central location, stored centrally in a high-performance database and provided for further processing in an open
system. Simple integration in an existing building management
system control or PLC environment expands the areas of application of the UMG 604.
UMG 604
DIN rail mounting (6 units): reduction of
installation costs
Measurement equipment is usually installed in the low voltage
main distribution as an integral measurement instrument for the
switchgear cabinet door. Installation and connection costs are
significantly reduced by the installation of the UMG 604 on a
35mm DIN rail. This means that the panel cut-out and wiring to
the cabinet door is no longer necessary. In order to make use of the
extensive functions of modern measuring equipment, the interconnection and central analysis of the data plays an important
role. This means that the on-site display generally serves the purpose of the initialisation and service only.
The decidedly compact UMG 604 is suitable for installation in
low voltage main distribution panels and machines as well as in
installation distribution boards which is particularly of interest for
applications in building services engineering, information technology and data centres.
Modern communication processes
through the Ethernet: affordable, rapid
and safe communication
Modbus gateway: the affordable
connection of units without an
Ethernet interface
The costs for installation and communication (e.g. periphery for field
buses) often surpass the costs of the equipment.
By connecting the equipment to an existing Ethernet system, a fast,
optimally priced and reliable communication system can be developed. Additional interfaces allow the integration of power analysers in
PLC systems or in central building management systems. The use of
clear standards offers the user a high amount of flexibility.
With the Modbus gateway function, simple Modbus RTU-units can
be connected to the Ethernet using the UMG 604. For example, the
UMG 604 can be used simultaneously as a gateway for subordinate
measurement points or older units which already exist in the installation. Each unit with a Modbus RTU interface, where the data format
and function codes match up, can be connected. Data can be marked
and scaled.
High-speed Modbus
The devices of the UMG 604 series can transfer data between the units using the RS485 interface at a speed of up to 921.5 kB/s.
The e-mail and homepage inform you
wherever you are…
Who hasn’t experienced it before? You are hardly through the door
and the telephone is already ringing. There are problems in production, computers are crashing and the energy supplies are lost.
You have direct access to the extremely high performance homepage
of the UMG 604 with a web browser and an IP address. Extensive
information is already available to you on the homepage. Online data
are available together with historical data and graphs recording events.
The homepage can be used to directly convert the rates into costs and
be exported as a csv file or printed. As an alternative, you can let yourself be informed by e-mail anywhere in the world if your energy supply becomes overloaded, if short-term interruptions to the voltage
supplies bring your production processes to a standstill or unauthorised harmonics reduce the lifespan of equipment. The application possibilities are endless.
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Power analyser
Power visualisation software
The data gained from various measurement points must be collected, saved, visualised and made available. The GridVis software contained in the UMG 604 package allows
Parameterisation and programming of UMG measurement equipment
Data storage
Visualisation of the measurement values with topological view
Online analysis tools
Automatic download of the measurement data
Analysis tools for historic data
Visualisation, topological view
GridVis allows an individually adaptable visualisation of online data. The topological view provides a rapid overview of energy distribution
with the possibility of localising power faults by comparing the individual measurement points and by offering the possibility to check the
defined tolerances at a glance.
Customer specific solutions can be quickly and simply implemented through uploading of graphic documents (standard formats such as
JPG) with circuit diagrams, production lines or construction plans and incorporating the respective measurement units by drag and drop
into their actual locations. Limit value excesses (e.g. THD-U is too high) and the status of inputs and outputs can also be displayed.
Online values and analysis
of historic data
With the graphic line writer function, GridVis enables
rapid online presentation of the selected measurement
values. In this function, the graph is continuously expanded with new measurement values. For example, load profiles can be presented through the analysis of historic data
in order to produce exact consumption analysis for optimised electricity supply contracts. Fault analysis through
the comparison of various parameters can also be achieved
with a few mouse clicks.
Graphic programming
The graphic programming option for user programs is completely new in the field of digital power analysers. Programs
specific to the application can be created with this method
such as the free programming of inputs and outputs, monitoring of processes or the issue of reports when defined limit
values are achieved. In addition to the operator-friendly graphic programming, the user is also free to program the Jasic®
code directly.
programming language
The Jasic® programming language offers brand new
opportunities. The user is no longer tied to the functions
which are fixed integrations in the unit; the unit can be
expanded to include more functions. Up to seven of these
freely definable user programs can be processed simultaneously in the unit.
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UMG 604
Networks
Router
PLC
Software
Interfaces
Ethernet
RS 232
RS 485
IT, TN, TT networks
3 phase and 4 phase networks
Up to 4 single phase networks
2 digital inputs
Pulse input
Logic input
Status monitoring
HT/LT conversion
Emax (max. demand) resetting
2 digital outputs
Profibus connection
Communication
Profibus (DP/V0)
Modbus (RTU, UDP, TCP, gateway)
TCP/IP
BACnet
HTTP (freely configurable homepage)
FTP (file transfer)
TFTP (automatic configuration)
NTP (time synchronisation)
SMTP (e-mail function)
DHCP
Pulse output kWh/kvarh
Switch output
Limit value output
Emax output
Logic output
(can be extended through external I/O
modules – see chapter 6)
Temperature
measurement input
PT 100, PT 1000, KTY 83, KTY 84
Memory
Power quality
Measurement accuracy
Class: 0.5S (…/5A) class
Current: 0.2% rng
Voltage: 0.2% rng
128 MB Flash
16 MB RAM
Harmonics up to 40th
Short-term interruptions
Transient recorder (>50μs)
Starting current (>10ms)
Un-balance
Full wave-effective value
recordings (up to 4.5 min)
Peak demand management
64 stages for load shedding
programming language
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Product variants and technical data
Overview of product variants
Three/four phase power analysers; 50/60Hz; current transformer .../1/5a; including GridVis programming and analysis software
4 voltage and
4 current inputs
Memory
128 MB Flash
2 digital inputs
2 digital outputs
1 temperature input
RS 232
RS 485
Ethernet 100baseT
Profibus DP V0
7 freely programmable
application programs
Item number
20...50V AC,
20...70V DC
50...130V AC,
70...180V DC
95...240V AC,
135...340V DC
Type
Interfaces
Supply voltage
UMG 604 L
52.16.003
UMG 604 E
52.16.002
UMG 604 P
52.16.004
UMG 604 EP
52.16.001
UMG 604 L
52.16.013
UMG 604 E
52.16.012
UMG 604 P
52.16.014
UMG 604 EP
52.16.011
UMG 604 L
52.16.023
UMG 604 E
52.16.022
UMG 604 P
52.16.024
UMG 604 EP
52.16.021
Options (for all versions)
Emax function application program (peak demand management)
BACnet communication
- = not possible
= contained
Emax
52.16.080
BACnet
52.16.081
Not suitable for use in residential areas.
General technical data
Supply voltage L-N, AC
Refer to product variant overview
Overvoltage category
300V CATIII
Quadrants
4
Continuous measurement
8 channel scanning rate
Yes
Per channel
Weight
350g
Dimensions
Mounting
L=107.5mm * W=90mm * H=62 mm
According to IEC EN60999-1/DIN EN50022
Working temperature range
Connectable conductor (U/I)
20 kHz
35mm DIN rail
-10…55 °C
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire
0.08 - 2.5 mm²
pin cable lugs, ferrule
1.5 mm²
According to EN 60529
IP 20
L-N voltage, AC (without voltage transformer)
Free voltage transformer settings
50…300 VAC
L-L voltage, AC (without voltage transformer)
Free voltage transformer settings
87…520 VAC
Protection class
Measurement range
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5A)
0.001...7.5 A
Frequency of mains
45...65 Hz
Networks
IT, TN, TT
Measurement in single/multi-phase networks
1 ph, 2 ph, 3 ph, 4 ph
and up to 4 x 1 ph
Periphery
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Digital inputs
Status, logic or pulse input
2
Digital outputs
Switch logic output or pulse output
2
Temperature measurement input
PT100, PT1000, KTY83, KTY84
1
Password protection
Multilevel
Yes
Peak demand management
Optional 64 channels
Yes
Software
GridVis
Yes
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UMG 604
Measurement values
Voltage
L1, L2, L3, L4, L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
Accuracy ±(0.2% rdg + 0.02% rng)
Current
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
Accuracy ±(0.2% rdg + 0.05% rng)
K-factor
L1, L2, L3, L4
Yes
Three-phase current components
Positive/negative/zero phase sequence
Yes
Effective, reactive and apparent power
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
Accuracy ±(0.4% rdg + 0.10% rng)
Cos-phi, power factor
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
Yes
Phase angle
L1, L2, L3, L4
Yes
Effective energy (kWh)
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4:
- Purchased effective energy (tariff 1, tariff 2)
- Supplied effective energy (tariff 1, tariff 2)
Class 0.5S (…/5A),
Class 1 (…/1A)
Reactive energy (kvarh)
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4:
- Inductive reactive energy (tariff 1, tariff 2)
- Capacitive reactive energy
Class 2
Apparent energy (kVAh)
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
Yes
Current/voltage wave form
L1, L2, L3, L4
Yes
Frequency of mains
Accuracy ±0.1% rdg
Temperature measurement
Accuracy ±1.5% rng
Average value
Yes
Minimum and maximum values
Yes
Features
Memory
128 MB
Clock
+/- 1 min per month
Integrated logic
Programming language Jasic ®
Operating hour meter
Yes
Weekly time switch
Jasic ®
Power quality
Harmonics, 1-40 harmonic
Current, voltage reactive/effective power (±)
L1, L2, L3, L4
Accuracy ±(0.5% rdg + 0.05 rng)
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3, L4
Yes
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3, L4
Yes
Unbalance
Yes
Positive/negative/zero system
Yes
Transients
50 μs
Yes
Start-up processes
10 ms
Yes
Fault recorder function
Yes
Short-term interruptions
Yes
Communication
Interfaces
RS 232
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 115.2 kbps
Yes
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 76.8, 115.2, 921.6 kbps
Yes
Profibus DP
Plug, sub D 9-pole up to 12Mbps
Yes, P/EP version
Ethernet 10/100 Base- TX
RJ-45 sockets
Yes, E/EP version
Protocols
Modbus RTU
Yes
Profibus DP V0
Yes, P/EP version
Modbus TCP
Yes, E/EP version
Modbus over TCP
Yes, E/EP version
Modbus Gateway
Yes, E/EP version
HTTP
Homepage (configurable)
Yes, E/EP version
SMTP
E-mail
Yes, E/EP version
SNTP
Time synchronisation
Yes, E/EP version
TFTP
Automatic configuration
Yes, E/EP version
FTP
File transfer
Yes, E/EP version
DHCP
Yes, E/EP version
BACnet / IP or MSTP
Yes, option
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UMG 604
Connection
illustration
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Dimensional drawing
90 mm
Side view
90 mm
Front view
107.5 mm
36 mm
62 mm
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PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 96L / UMG 96
Universal measuring instruments
Digital diversity versus analogue simplicity
Universal measuring instruments of UMG 96L and UMG 96 product families are mainly designed
for use in low and medium voltage distribution systems. Due to the large number of available measurement values in an extremely compact measuring unit, a number of analogue measurement instruments can be replaced and, therefore, installation costs can be reduced. Additional functions such as
the recording of minimum and maximum values, the operating hour meter, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and many more offer a significant amount of added value. The high measurement accuracy and a large LCD-display means universal application possibilities and offer fundamental advantages in comparison to analogue measuring instruments.
Areas of application
Replacement of analogue measurement instruments
Display and control of electrical parameters in energy distribution systems
Cost centre data collection
Measurement value generator for building management systems or PLC
Limit value monitoring
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Universal measuring instruments
UMG 96L/UMG 96
universal measuring instruments
96 x 96mm front panel mounting
The use of energy measurement technology in energy distribution
has moved dynamically towards digital universal measuring instruments in the past few years. The advantages are obvious: lower
equipment costs for more information and functionality. In addition,
digital measuring technology is more accurate, even all along the
entire lifespan.
Clear cost advantages also result from the construction of the
switchgear which results in lower installation costs and less wiring
efforts in comparison to analogue measuring technology. Universal
measuring instruments of the UMG 96L and UMG 96 product
families are mainly designed for use in low and medium voltage
distribution systems.
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In addition to the large quantity of electrical measurement values,
this series also offers a number of additional functions such as the
recording of minimum and maximum values, the operating hour
meter, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and
many more.
Main features
Compact housing dimensions (96x96 mm), minimal installation depth
User-friendly and reliable terminals
Large LCD with outstanding legibility
The large quantity of electrical measurement values, replaces 13 analogue measurement units and more
Excellent reliability and long life span
Applications
The UMG 96L and UMG 96 measurement instruments are digital
front panel mounted measuring instruments which are suitable
for measuring and recording electrical parameters (True-RMS) in
50/60 Hz networks. The measurement is configured for threephase systems with a neutral conductor (TN and TT networks).
At the network frequency of 50 Hz or 60 Hz, the scanning frequency of the random measurements which take place once per
second is 2.5 kHz or 3.0 kHz. The supply voltage and scanning
frequency for operating the UMG 96L is taken from the L1-N
measurement voltage. The effective values and the minimum and
maximum values are recorded every 15 minutes and the programming data is immediately stored in a non-volatile memory
(EEPROM). The main characteristic of the measurement instrument is the compact construction (96x96 mm) and the high level
of stability.
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In order to achieve the functional diversity of the universal measurement instrument, you would need 13 analogue units such as
an ampere meter, volt meter, volt meter switch, power meter
(kW, kVA, kvar, cos ϕ), an effective and reactive energy meter
(kWh/kvarh) and a frequency meter. This means that the planning, installation, wiring and storage costs are significantly reduced in comparison to the use of analogue measuring instruments. Another advantage is the higher precision and better legibility.
UMG 96L / UMG 96
Measurement value displays
The extremely legible LCD display in connection with the function keys informs the user about the selected measurement
values (actual, low, high and average values). Three measurement values can be simultaneously displayed in the LCD data
field. The contrast of the LCD display can be adjusted by the user.
Display selection and automatic display rotation
All measurements values can be called up in the initial delivery status. Measurement values which are not required can be hidden and displayed again when necessary. A cycle between 1 and 250 seconds can be set for the automatic display rotation. The display rotation
function can also be deactivated.
Display examples
L-L voltage
cos (phi)
Effective power
Effective energy
Bi-metallic function (average value generation)
A common average time for achieving measurement values in L1, L2, L3 and N and an average time for the power measurement values
of effective power, apparent power and reactive power can be programmed. These values can be integrated at selectable time of 5, 10, 30,
60, 300, 480 and 900 seconds and stored as a highest average value.
Operating hour meter
The operating hour meter is immediately activated when the unit is switched on and can not be reset. The time is recorded at a 15 minute
resolution and is displayed in hours.
Digital outputs for effective or reactive energy consumption or limit values
Digital outputs can be used as pulse outputs for the effective or reactive energy consumption or as switch outputs. The digital outputs can
be programmed in order to monitor the measurement data. The transistor output can also be linked with the measurement value of the limit
value by programming which is activated if the value is not achieved or is exceeded. The transistor output is suitable for controlling
electrical devices with a DC operating voltage or units with NPN inputs e.g. PLC.
Password
The user can protect programming and configurations against unauthorised changes with a 3-digit password.
Cost centre data collection and monitoring limit values (UMG 96)
+
30V DC
k varh
Max. limit
value
-
k Wh
Digital output for cost centre data collection
Min. limit
value
Digital output for limit value monitoring
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Product variants and technical data
Overview of product variants
Description
Type
Operating voltage
Item number
Four-phase universal measuring instrument 50/60Hz;
Current transformer: ../1/5A
Measurement range: L - N: 50 ... 255V-AC;
L - L: 86 ... 442V- AC
UMG 96L
L-N: 196 ... 255V- AC
52.14.001
As above but measurement range:
L - N: 16 ... 80V- AC; L - L: 28 … 139V-AC
UMG 96L
L-N: 45 ... 80V- AC
52.14.005
As above but measurement range:
L - N: 25 ... 160V- AC; L - L: 45 … 277V-AC
UMG 96L
L-N: 90 ... 160V- AC
52.14.007
Four-phase universal measuring instrument 50/60Hz;
Current transformer: ../1/5A, 2 digital /pulse outputs
Measurement range: L - N: 50 ... 275V-AC;
L - L: 87 ... 476V- AC
UMG 96
L-N: 196 ... 275V- AC
52.09.001
As above but measurement range:
L - N: 20 ... 76V- AC; L - L: 35 … 132V-AC
UMG 96
L-N: 49 ... 76V- AC
52.09.002
As above but measurement range:
L - N: 30 ... 140V- AC; L - L: 52 … 242V-AC
UMG 96
L-N: 98 ... 140V- AC
52.09.005
General technical data
Operating voltage
Refer to order details above
Scanning rate
2.5 / 3 kHz
Weight
250g
Dimensions
W= 96mm x H 96mm x D= 42mm
Mounting
Front panel installation
Working temperature
-10…+55 °C
Storage temperature
-20…+70 °C
Protection class (reverse/front)
According to EN60529
IP 20/50
Connectable conductors
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire,
0.08 - 2.5mm2
pin cable lugs, ferrule
1.5mm2
Measurement range
Voltage L-N
Refer to order details
Voltage L-L
Refer to order details
Current
.../1A or .../5A
Frequency, mains
0.02...6 A
45 ...65 Hz
Measurement values
Measurement
parameter
Display range
Measurement range L1 L2 L3 Sum Lowest Average
value *1
value
at scaling factor 1
Max
Average
value
Measurement value
Measurement
accuracy
Current 1/5A L1-L3
0.00 .. 9.99 kA
0.02 .. 6 A
+-1 % rng
Current calculated in N
0.00 .. 9.99 kA
0.06 .. 18 A
+-3 % rng
Voltage L-N
0.0 .. 34 kV
50 .. 255 V AC*2
+-1 % rng
Voltage L-L
0.0 .. 60 kV
86 .. 442 V AC*2
+-2% rng
Frequency (U)
45.0 .. 65.0 Hz
Effective power, sum ,+/-
0.00 W .. 150 MW
1.8 W .. 2.4 kW
Apparent power, sum
0.00 VA .. 150 MVA
1.8 VA .. 2.4 kVA
+-1.5 % rng
Reactive power, sum
0.00 var .. 150 MVar
1.8 var .. 2.4 kvar
Ind.+-1.5 % rng
Cos phi
0.00 ind. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 kap. 0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind.
+-3 % rng*4
Effective energy, consumed
0 .. 999.999.999 kWh
Class 2 *3
Reactive energy, inductive
0 .. 999.999.999 kvarh
Class 2 *3
Operating hour meter
0 .. 999.999.999 h
+-2 min per day
+-1.5 % rdg
+-1.5 % rng
rng: of measurement range, rdg: of measurement value
*1 - integration over time: 5, 10, 30, 60, 300, 480, 600 and 900 seconds.
*2 - also available: measurement range: L-N 16 .. 80V, AC, L-L 28 .. 139V, AC, operating voltage: L-N 45 .. 80V, AC and measurement range: L-N 25 .. 160V, AC, L-L 45 .. 277V, AC,
Operating voltage: L-N 90 .. 160V, AC (the operating voltage is taken from the measurement voltage)
*3 - accuracy class according to DIN EN61036:2001-01, VDE0418 part 7, IEC61036:1996 + A1:2000
*4 - the measured apparent power must be in a range between 1 and 100%.
Periphery
2 digital outputs
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As switch output or pulse output
UMG 96 only
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UMG 96L / UMG 96
Typical connection options
UMG 96L
UMG 96
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UMG 96L / UMG 96
Connection illustrations
UMG 96 - reverse side of unit
Dimensional drawings
Side view
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Reverse side, cut-out dimensions: 92+0,8 x 92+0,8 mm
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UMG 96L - reverse side of unit
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 96S
The little
field bus giant
Universal flush-mounting measuring instruments of the UMG 96S product family are mainly
designed for use in low and medium voltage distribution systems. Due to the large number of
available measurement values in an extremely compact measuring unit, a number of analogue
measurement instruments can be replaced. Additional functions such as the measurement of
harmonics, the recording of minimum and maximum values, digital and analogue I/Os, the
operating hour meter, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and many more offer an
effective tool for fault analysis and for monitoring power quality. The interface and field bus
features (Modbus, Profibus, M-bus) enable communication of the measurement data and incorporation into extensive energy management systems.
Areas of application
Display and control of electrical parameters in energy distribution systems
Cost centre data collection
Limit value monitoring (e. g. over voltage, energy consumption)
Monitoring of harmonics
Measurement value generator for central building control systems or PLC
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Universal measurement instruments
UMG 96S with interface and field bus
Entry level in intelligent
energy management systems
The use of energy measurement technology in energy distribution
has moved dynamically towards digital universal measuring instruments in the past few years. The advantages are obvious: lower equipment costs for more information and functionality.
In addition, digital measuring technology is more accurate even all
along the entire lifespan. Clear cost advantages also result from the
construction of the cabinet which results in lower installation costs
and less wiring efforts in comparison to analogue measuring technology.
Main features
RS232, RS485 interface
Field buses: Modbus, Profibus, M-bus
Harmonics display
Digital I/O and analogue outputs
Integrated logic for alarm signals
High reliability and long lifespan
Applications
The UMG 96S is a measurement instrument which is suitable for
measuring, recording and monitoring electrical parameters (TrueRMS) in low and medium voltage networks.
The measurement is suitable for 1 and 3-phase systems with a
neutral conductor in low and medium voltage networks. One of
the characteristics of this measurement instrument is the compact
construction (96x96 mm) and the measurement of harmonic currents and voltages in each conductor.
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In order to achieve functional diversity of the universal measurement instrument, you would need around 15 analogue
units such as an ampere meter, volt meter, volt meter switch,
power meter (kW, kVA, kvar, cos ϕ), an effective and reactive energy meter (kWh/kvarh), a harmonic analyser and a
measurement converter. This means that the planning,
installation, wiring and storage costs are significantly reduced for the UMG 96S in comparison to analogue measuring
instruments.
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Universal measuring instruments of the UMG 96S product family are mainly designed for use in low and medium voltage distribution systems. In addition to the large quantity of electrical measurement values, this series also offers a number of additional functions such as the recording of minimum and maximum values, the operating hour meter, the bi-metallic strip function, password
protection and lots more. The possibility for communication through various field buses enables incorporation in more complex
energy management systems as well as the connection to PLC controls or central building control systems. Integrated harmonics
analysis becomes more significant with increasing network pollution (increasing THD-U values).
UMG 96S
Data storage / memory
Up to 160,000 measurement values or events can be stored in the onboard memory (option). Four predefined profiles can be used for
the storage of measurement values and events. Each of these profiles can be selected individually or together with other profiles.
The basic UMG 96S without memory and clock only stores the consumption (overall) and minimum/maximum values (without time
stamp).
Measurement value displays and automatic display rotation
The measurement values are calculated once per second and can be called up in the measurement value displays. Two methods are
available for calling up the measurement values:
• An automatically changing presentation of selected measurement value displays with a settable change over time of 0...60 seconds
• The selection of the measurement value display using the keys for a preselected display profile.
There are four display profiles available and each profile can be configured using the PC, specific to the customer needs, and be transferred to the unit.
Anzeigenbeispiele
Rotary field display
THD L3 highest value
Programming
Current transformer
Real energy
LCD contrast
The contrast of the LCD display can be adapted by the user. In order to achieve the optimum contrast throughout the full operating
temperature range, an automatic contrast setting takes place using the measured inside temperature.
Operating hour meter
The operating hour meter measures the time (6 minute intervals) after the unit is ready for operation and cannot be reset. In addition, 6
overall runtimes can be programmed using the 6 comparator systems and the overall runtime is recorded using the comparator system result.
The measurement values, limits and operands (>=<) are available as parameters. The overall runtimes can also be individually reset.
Modbus /
Profibus
Harmonics
Memory
Analogue outputs
Digital I/O
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Industrial data communications – interface and field bus
In order to process and analyse the large quantities of generated data, the data are transferred using corresponding communication
means and are centrally collected. The incorporation of the UMG 96S in more complex management systems and the connection to
PLC controls or central building control systems is also possible. The UMG 96S thereby provides various interfaces (RS232, RS485, Mbus) and protocols for the configuration of the most common field buses (Modbus, Profibus, M-bus). The UMG 96S is characterised
by its reliable communication and very high transfer rate.
Analogue outputs
The product variants with analogue outputs can either be configured as analogue outputs, pulse outputs or switch outputs. The following
parameters are available to each analogue output: measurement value, scale start value (4mA) and the scale end value (20mA).
Digital inputs/outputs
The digital outputs can be used as pulse outputs (max. 10 Hz) for the effective and reactive energy consumption or as switch outputs. The digital outputs can be programmed in order to monitor the measurement data. Up to 3 comparators (A, B, C) can be allocated
to each digital output and the result is conducted to the digital output. The comparator result can also be written from externally through
the RTU Modbus. The switch outputs can also be set through the Profibus remote.
Integrated logic
Comparator A
Comparator B
Comparator C
Link of results of comparators A, B and C
Limit value monitoring
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Networks
TN and TT networks
1- and 4-phase networks
Interfaces
RS 232
RS 485
M-bus
2 digital IOs
Communication
Modbus RTU
Profibus DPVO
M-bus
Measurement accuracy
Class 1
Current: 0.5%
Voltage: 0.5%
Pulse outputs
Signal input logic
Status monitoring
Alarm report
HT/LT changeover
Switch output
Limit value output
Memory (optional)
512 kByte
160 000 measurement values
Power quality
THD-I
THD-U
Harmonics 1...15
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Overview of product variants (transfer rates: Modbus 9.6, 19.2, 38.4kBit/s; Profibus 9.6, 19.2, 93.75, 187.5, 500 kBit/s and 1.5 MBit/s)
Profibus interface (DP V0)*4
M-bus*4
Auxiliary voltage: 24V DC
300V standard version
Measurement range: L-N 50 - 300V; AC*3
Measurement range: L-L 87 .. 520V; AC
150V special version
Measurement range: L-N 25 - 150V; AC
Measurement range: L-L 40 .. 250V; AC
L-N: 85 .. 300V, AC
52.13.001
L-N: 85 .. 300V, AC
52.13.005
52.13.009
Item number
Operating voltage
Clock / memory
RS232 (Modbus RTU)
2 analogue outputs 4-20mA
RS485 (Modbus RTU)
2 digital inputs
Selectable
activation*2
2 digital outputs
Selectable
activation*1
L-N: 85 .. 300V, AC
L-N: 85 .. 300V, AC
52.13.013
L-N: 85 .. 300V, AC
52.13.017
L-N: 85 .. 300V, AC
52.13.021
L-N: 140 .. 300V, AC
52.13.025
L-N: 140 .. 300V, AC
52.13.035
18 .. 70V DC, 18 .. 33V, AC
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
52.13.002
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
52.13.006
52.13.010
auxiliary voltage
52.13.029
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
52.13.014
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
52.13.018
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
52.13.022
L-L: 85 .. 260V, AC
52.13.026
18 .. 70V DC, 18 .. 33V, AC
auxiliary voltage
52.13.031
= Included = Not included
*1 - combination options for inputs and outputs: a) 2 digital outputs, b) 2 digital inputs, c) 2 analogue outputs, d) 1 digital output and 1 analogue output, e) 1 digital output and 1 digital input.
*2 - the RS232 interface cannot be simultaneously operated with the RS485 interface.
*3 - auxiliary range for units with Profibus: 140V...300V AC. Also available: special version with operating voltage: L-N: 25...140V, L-L: 85...260VAC
*4 - these units are only suitable for applications in industrial areas.
General technical data
Operating voltage L-N, AC
Refer to order details
Overvoltage category
300V CAT III, 600V CAT II
Quadrants
Scanning rate 6 channel
4
Per channel
250g
Dimensions
W= 96mm x H= 96mm x D= 49mm
Mounting
Front panel installation
Working temperature
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2.5 / 3 kHz
Weight
-10…55 °C
Connectable conductors (U/I)
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire,
pin cable lugs, ferrule
0.08 - 2.5mm2
Protection class (front/reverse)
According to EN60529
IP 50/20
1.5mm2
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Measurement range
Voltage L-N, AC (without voltage transformer)
Refer to order details
Voltage L-L, AC (without voltage transformer)
Refer to order details
Current ( transformer: x/1 and x/5A)
0.01...6A
Frequency of mains
45...65Hz
Grid types
TN,TT
Measurement in single phase/multiphase networks
1ph, 2ph, 3ph and up to 3 x 1ph
Measurement values
Measurement
parameter
Measurement range L1 L2 L3 Sum Lowest Average Maximum
value
value *1 value
at scaling factor 1
Display range
Measurement
accuracy
Current
0.01 .. 60.0 kA
0.01 .. 6 A
+-0.5 % rng
Current calculated in N
0.01 .. 180.0 kA
0.01 .. 18 A
+-1.5 % rng
Voltage L-N
0.0 .. 34 kV
50 .. 300 V
+-0.5 % rng
Voltage L-L
0.0 .. 60 kV
87 .. 520 V
+-1.0 % rng
Frequency (U)
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
+-0.1 % rdg
Effective power per phase
0.1 W .. 99.9 MW
0.1 W .. 1.8 kW
+-1.0 % rng
Apparent power per phase
0.1 VA .. 99.9 MVA
0.1 VA .. 1.8 kVA
Reactive power per phase
0.1 var .. 99.9 Mvar
0.1 var .. 1.8 kvar
Effective power, sum
1.0 W .. 99.9 MW
1.0 W .. 5.4 kW
+-1.0 % rng
Apparent power, sum
1.0 VA .. 99.9 MVA
1.0 VA .. 5.4 kVA
+-1.0 % rng
Reactive power, sum
1.0 var .. 99.9 Mvar
1.0 var .. 5.4 kvar
Cos phi
0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind. 0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind.
+-1.0 degree
Effective energy, consumed
0 .. 999.999.999 kWh
Class 1(5A) 2 (1A)
Reactive energy, inductive
0 .. 999.999.999 kvarh
Class 1(5A) 2 (1A)
Operating hour meter
0 .. 999.999.999 h
+-2 min per day
+-1.0 % rng
ind.
ind.
+-1.0 % rng
+-1.0 % rng
rng: of measurement range, rdg: of measurement value
*1 integration over time: 5, 10, 30, 60, 300, 480, 600 and 900 seconds
Power quality
Harmonics, 1-15 harmonics,
uneven
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 2% rng
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 2% rng
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 2% rng
Recorder for threshold events
Yes, for units with memory
Measurement accuracy
Accuracy V, A
± 0.5 % rng
Reactive energy (karh)
Class
1 (5A) 2 (1A)
Effective energy (kWh)
Class
1 (5A) 2 (1A)
Periphery
Digital inputs
As a status input or pulse input
2, refer to order details
Digital outputs
As a switch output or pulse output
2
Analogue outputs
4...20mA
2, refer to order details
Password protection
Yes
Software PSW basic/professional Refer to chapter 5
Yes
Communication
Interfaces
RS 232
9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kbps; RJ11
Refer to order details
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kbps; terminal strip
Refer to order details
M-bus
Plug, sub D 9-pole
Refer to order details
Modbus RTU
9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kbps
Yes
Profibus DP V0
9.6, 19.2, 45.45, 93.75, 187.5, 500, 1500 kbps
Refer to order details
M-bus
0.3, 2.4, 9.6 kbps
Refer to order details
Protocols
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max. 6
Switchboard cut-out
92 x 92mm
DSUB-9
90
96
Dimensional
drawing
Connection illustration
6
Profibus option
Typical connection options
UMG 96S Profibus with switch inputs, RS 232 and Profibus
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UMG 96S without option
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PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 503
Digital measurement
in perfection
Power analysers of the UMG 503 product family are mainly designed for use in low and medium
voltage distribution systems. The large display in 144 x 144mm housing, the higher accuracy level
and the extended measurement range allows universal applications. Additional functions such as
the measurement of harmonics, the recording of minimum and maximum values, the relay outputs,
pulse and analogue outputs, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and many more offer
an effective tool for fault analysis and for monitoring power quality.
The interface and field bus features (Modbus, Profibus) enable communication of the measurement data and incorporation in extensive energy management systems. The integrated logic enables the analysis of measurement data and the introduction of concrete measures.
Areas of application
Measurement, monitoring and controlling of electrical parameters in energy distribution systems
Recording of load profiles for energy management systems
Collection of energy consumption data for cost centre analysis
Measurement value generator for building management systems or PLC
Monitoring of harmonics, limit value monitoring
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UMG 503
The universal power analyser
The use of energy measurement technology in energy distribution
has moved dynamically towards digital universal measuring instruments in the past few years. The advantages are obvious: lower
equipment costs for more information and functionality. In addition, digital measuring technology is more accurate, even all along
the entire lifespan.
Clear cost advantages also result from the construction of the cabinet
due to lower installation costs and less wiring efforts in comparison to
analogue measuring technology. Universal measuring instruments of
the UMG 503 product family are mainly designed for use in low and
medium voltage distribution systems.
Main features
Large measurement and display range
A large display in 144x 144mm housing
RS232, RS485 interface
Field buses: Modbus, Profibus
Harmonics display
2 relay outputs (mechanical relay)
Digital I/O and analogue outputs
Integrated logic for alarm signals
High reliability and long lifespan
Applications
The UMG 503 is a digital flush-mounted measurement instrument
which is suitable for measuring and recording electrical parameters (True-RMS) in low and medium voltage networks. The measurement is suitable for 1- and 3-phase systems with and without
neutral conductors. At a mains frequency of 50 Hz, the scanning
frequency of random measurements, which takes place twice per
second, is 6.4 kHz. It is characterised by the high accuracy level,
the compact construction and the measurement of harmonics in
each phase.
In order to achieve the functional diversity of the universal measurement instrument, you would need around 13 analogue units
such as an ampere meter, volt meter, volt meter switch, power
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meter (kW, kVA, kvar, cos ϕ), an effective and reactive energy
meter (kWh/kvarh), a clock, a frequency meter and a harmonic
analyser. This means that the planning, installation, wiring and
storage costs are significantly reduced for the UMG 503 in comparison to analogue measuring instruments. Another advantage is
the more accurate and better legibility. Selected measurement
values and power failure/power return are recorded in a ring buffer with time stamp.
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In addition to the large quantity of electrical measurement values, this series also offers a number of additional functions such as the
recording of minimum and maximum values, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and many more. Due to the large
display, the wide measurement range and the high accuracy level, the UMG 503 power analyser is very popular in low voltage main
distributor panels. The possibility for communication through various field buses enables incorporation in more complex energy
management systems as well as the connection to PLC controls or central building control systems. The integrated harmonics analysis becomes more significant with increasing network pollution (increasing THD-U values).
UMG 503
Data memory
A ring buffer for 80,000 or 320,000 measurement values (depending on the variant) is available for storing the selected average values.
With the factory settings, average values of U1, U2, U3, I1, I2, I3, P1, P2 and P3 are stored using an average time of 15 minutes for
approximately 1 year for variants with 512 k RAM (approximately 3 months for types with 128k RAM).
A total of six limit value windows for storing measurement values can be programmed. The upper and lower limit values can be freely
selected. The recording can take place within or outside of the range.
Measurement value displays and automatic display rotation
The extremely legible LCD data field in connection with the function keys informs the user about the selected measurement values
(current, low, high and average values). With the UMG 503, three measurement values can be simultaneously displayed in the LCD
data field and up to 140 data fields can be individually designed with the PSW basic software. A cycle between 1 and 9999 seconds can
be set and a selection of measurement values can be made.
Power values and cos ϕ
Currents
THD-U
Voltage transformer
Bi-metallic strip function
The bi-metallic strip function is recreated for the three external conductor currents. These values can be integrated in the stated times and
be recorded as highest average values.
Summer/winter time switch
Event memory
The following options can be selected:
The following events can be registered in the event memory:
a) No switchover
b) Own switchover point
c) EU listed switching
Deletion of the event memory
Relay outputs on/off
Failure and return of the auxiliary voltage
Failure and return of the measurement voltage
Interfaces
The communication interfaces of the UMG 503 which are configured in accordance with the EIA RS485 standard (half duplex) support
the Profibus DP V0/V1 or Modbus RTU depending upon the product variant. The communication protocol can be selected by using
the menu. As a Profibus SLAVE, the UMG 503 is incorporated in the master station using a GSD file. Depending of the format, a
minimum of 7 and a maximum of 21 measurement values can be transferred in cycles. The measurement parameters can be freely selected.
If more measurement values are needed, register address areas can be polled using the “superordinate protocol”. This process guarantees
the best possible flexibility for changes. The RS485 supports baud rates from 9.6 kBit/s to 1.5MBit/s. According to the technical
guideline 2.08.2, the UMG 503 supports the Profibus DPV1. In addition to cyclic data transactions, acyclic data can also be called off
from the UMG 503.
In the Modbus RTU mode, baud rates from 9.6 kBit/s to 115 kBit/s are supported (depending on the design version). The register
addresses are available to the PLC user in integer format and to the software developer in float format.
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Pulse output
*4
Auxiliary input
The pulse output delivers the effective or reactive
energy in current pulses.
The minimum pulse length is 50ms.
Relay outputs
*4
The relay outputs K1 and K2 can be used for monitoring limit values. Each relay output can be linked
with a measurement value and (recorded with date
and time) can be stored if the value is not achieved or
is exceeded. A minimum initialisation time can be
programmed for each relay output to avoid excessively
frequent switching.
*4
The auxiliary input can be programmed for
the following functions:
OFF = auxiliary input is not used
1=
reset of the 15 minutes
power average value
2=
tariff switchover
3=
synchronisation of the internal clock
*4: refer to product variant
2 relay outputs
For limit value monitoring I, U, P,
THD-U etc.
1 pulse output
Modem
PLC
PSWbasic/
professional
For the effective or reactive energy
Interfaces
- RS232
- RS485
1 analogue output
- 0/4 .. 20 mA
Communication
- Modbus RTU
- Profibus DPVO/V1
128 memory/512 kByte
- For 80,000/320,000 measurement values
1 auxiliary input for
- Resetting the 15 minute power
average value
- Tariff switchover
- Synchronisation of the internal clock
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= Included
-
Item number
Type
Auxiliary input
RS 485
512k RAM
memory
-
RS 232
128k RAM
memory
Analogue output
0(4) -20mA
15 .. 55V AC,
20 .. 80V DC
-
Pulse output
40 .. 115V AC,
55 .. 165V DC
-
Relay output
85 .. 250V AC,
80 .. 370V DC
Interfaces
Profibus DP V0/V1
Auxiliary voltage
3-phase measurement
Overview of product variants
Three/four-phase universal measurement instruments 50/60Hz; current transformer...1/5A;
including PSW basic programming and analysis software
UMG 503 L
UMG 503 L
UMG 503 L
UMG 503 LG
UMG 503 LG
UMG 503 LG
UMG 503 LS
UMG 503 LS
UMG 503 LS
UMG 503 S
UMG 503 S
UMG 503 S
UMG 503 V
UMG 503 V
UMG 503 V
UMG 503 OV
UMG 503 OV
UMG 503 OV
52.07.017
52.07.019
52.07.022
52.07.027
52.07.033
52.07.068
52.07.028
52.07.074
52.07.037
52.07.008
52.07.015
52.07.009
52.07.001
52.07.014
52.07.005
52.07.006
52.07.016
52.07.007
- = Not possible = Option which can be supplied with the unit (each option is only possible once)
Options for the units (release code)
UMG 503..
Profibus DP V0/V1
S, OV,V
52.07.050
Relay outputs (min/max)
OV
52.07.051
Pulse output for effective or reactive energy
OV
52.07.052
Analogue output 0(4) – 20mA
OV
52.07.053
Auxiliary input
OV
52.07.056
Three-phase measurement
L/LG/LS/S/OV
52.07.058
PSW basic/PSW professional software
The UMG 503 power analysers already contain the PSW basic software upon delivery. On one hand, this software enables simple and
complete parameterisation of the respective measurement instruments and on the other hand, it can download the measurement value
memory in the unit where available. In PSW basic, the data is stored as a .txt file and can be processed in MS Excel for example. The
PSW professional software (optional) allows a more simple processing. PSW professional also allows online presentation of the measurement values (topology). The data can be stored in database format. More information is available in chapter 5 – “software”.
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Scope of operation and technical data
General technical data
Operating voltage L-N, AC
Refer to order details
Overvoltage category
600V CAT III
Quadrants
4
Scanning rate 6 channel
Per channel
6.4 / 7.68 kHz
Weight
1kg
Dimensions
W=144mm x H=144mm x D=66.5mm
Mounting
Front panel installation
Working temperature
-10…55 °C
Connectable conductors (U/I)
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire,
pin cable lugs, ferrule
0.08 - 2.5mm2
Protection class (front/reverse)
According to EN60529
IP 50/20
1.5mm2
Measurement range
Voltage L-N, AC (without voltage transformer)
50…500VAC
Voltage L-L, AC (without voltage transformer)
80…870VAC
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5 A)
0.005...6A
Frequency of mains
45...65Hz
Grid types
TN, TT, (IT)
Measurement in single and multi-phase networks
1ph, 2ph, 3ph and up to 3x1ph
Measurement values
L1 L2 L3 Sum Lowest Average Maximum Date/ Measurement
value
value *1 value
time
accuracy
Measurement
parameter
Display range
Measurement range
at scaling factor 1
Current .. /5A
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.005 .. 6 A
+-0.2 % rng
Current .. /1A
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.005 .. 1 A
+-0.2 % rng
Current, neutral wire
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.060 .. 15 A
+-0.6 % rng
Voltage L-N
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
50 .. 500 V
+-0.2 % rng
Voltage L-L
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
80 .. 870 V
+-0.2 % rng
Frequency (U)
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
+-0.2 % rdg
Effective power +/-
0.00 W .. 9999 MW
0.05 W .. 2.5 kW
+-0.5 % rng
Apparent power
0.00 VA .. 9999 MVA
0.05 VA .. 2.5 kVA
+-0.5 % rng
Reactive power
0.00 kvar .. 999 Mvar
0.05 var .. 2.5 kvar
kap.
ind.
+-0.5 % rng
Power factor
0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind.
0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind.
kap.
ind.
+-0.5 % rng
Effective energy +
0.0 Wh .. 9999 GWh
0.05 Wh .. 9999 GWh
Effective energy -
-0.0 Wh .. -9999 GWh
-0.05 Wh .. -9999 GWh*2
Reactive energy +/-
0.0 .. 9999 Gvarh
0.05vars .. 9999 Mvarh*2
*2
t1/t2
*3
t1/t2
*3
Rng: from measurement range, rdg: from measurement value, t1: start time, t2: runtime, + purchase, - supply, *1 - integration over time: 5, 10, 15, 30 seconds, 1, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 minutes,
*2 memory period 60 minutes, *3 accuracy class according to EN61036:1996, VDE0418 part 7:May 1997, IEC1036:1996, with current transformer ../5A : class 1, with current transformer ../1A : class 2
Power quality
Harmonics, 1-20 harmonics,
even/uneven
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Recorder for limit value events
Yes
Measurement accuracy
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Reactive energy kvarh
Class
1
Effective energy kWh
Class
1
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Periphery
Digital inputs (auxiliary input)
As a status input
1, refer to order details
Relay outputs
As a switch output
2, refer to order details
Pulse outputs
1, refer to order details
Analogue outputs
(0) 4...20mA
1, refer to order details
Password protection
Yes
Software PSW basic/professional Refer to chapter 5
Yes
Communication
Interfaces
RS 232
9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kbps
Yes, refer to order details
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 115.2 kbps, 1.5 Mbs
Yes, refer to order details
Modbus RTU
Up to 115.2 kbps
Yes
Profibus DP V0/V1
Up to 1.5 Mbs
Yes, refer to order details
Protocols
PLC communication example
.. 31 units (up to 255 units can be added using star repeater)
Profibus (up to 1.5 MBaud) / Modbus
RS485
PC communication example
.. 31 units (can be extended up to 255 units by star repeater)
Software
RS232
RS485
Com server (TCP/IP) example
.. 31 units per ComServer
for local networks
Max. 57600 baud
Software
RS485
Ethernet
(TCP/IP)
100
BaseT
Note: the ComServer is only suitable for a local
network
Fibre optic connection example
.. 31units per line
Software
RS232
RS485
RS485
fibre
optic
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Dimensional
drawing
Connection illustration
Switchboard cut-out
139 x 139mm
▼
Typical connection option
(Item number 52.07.001)
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PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 505
Power analysis, LON
and I/O diversity
Power analysers of the UMG505 product family are mainly designed for use in low and medium
voltage distribution systems. Due to the additional communication options using LON, this power
analyser is often used in building management. The large number of digital and analogue inputs and
outputs (4 DI, 5DO, 4AO) enables the incorporation in monitoring systems, control tasks, information reports, the communication of measurement data (e.g. energy consumption) at a control
point and incorporation in an extensive energy management system. Additional functions such as the
measurement of harmonics, the recording of minimum and maximum values, the relay output, pulse
and analogue outputs, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and many more offers an
effective tool for fault analysis and for monitoring power quality.
Areas of application
Measurement, monitoring and control of electrical parameters in energy distribution systems
Recording of load profiles for energy management systems (cost centre data collection)
Data logging (water, gas, cooling, electrical ...)
Measurement value generator for central building control systems or PLC
Monitoring of harmonics, limit value monitoring
Control tasks e.g. depending upon achieved measurement values or limit values
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Power analyser
UMG 505 power analyser
LON for building services, analogue I/Os
for control tasks
The use of energy measurement technology in energy distribution
has moved dynamically towards digital universal measuring
instruments in the past few years. The advantages are obvious:
lower equipment costs for more information and functionality. In
addition, digital measuring technology is more accurate, even all
along the entire lifespan.
Clear cost advantages also result from the construction of the cabinet
which results in lower installation costs and less wiring efforts in
comparison to analogue measuring technology. Universal measuring instruments of the UMG505 product family are mainly designed for use in low and medium voltage distribution systems.
Main features
LON bus, Modbus RTU
Harmonics display
4 analogue outputs
4 digital inputs, 5 digital outputs
Integrated logic for control tasks and alarm signals
Weekly time switch with 100 channels
Applications
The UMG 505 is a digital flush-mounted measurement instrument
which is suitable for measuring and recording electrical parameters
(True-RMS) in low and medium voltage networks. The measurement device is suitable for 1- and 3-phase systems with and without neutral conductors. At a mains frequency of 50 Hz, the scanning frequency of random measurements, which takes place twice
per second, is 6.4 kHz. It is characterised by the high accuracy
level, the compact construction and the measurement of harmonics
in each phase.
In order to achieve functional variety of the UMG 505, you would
need around 13 analogue units such as an ampere meter, volt
meter, volt meter switch, power meter (kW, kVA, kvar, cos ϕ), an
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effective and reactive energy meter (kWh/kvarh), a clock, a frequency meter and a harmonic analyser. This means that the planning, installation, wiring and storage costs are significantly reduced
with the UMG 505 in comparison to analogue measuring instruments. Another advantage is the more accurate and better legibility. Selected measurement values and power failure/power return
are recorded in a ring buffer with time stamp.
▼
In addition to the large quantity of electrical measurement values, this series also offers a number of additional functions such as the
recording of minimum and maximum values, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and many more. Due to the LON
field bus, the UMG 505 is starting to find more applications in building services. The large number of digital and analogue inputs
and outputs offers a variety of communication possibilities and allow connection to PLC controls and independent control tasks. The
integrated harmonics analysis becomes more significant with increasing network pollution (increasing THD-U values).
UMG 505
Measurement value displays and automatic display rotation
The extremely legible LCD display in connection with the function keys informs the user about the selected measurement values
(actual, low, high and average values). With the UMG 505, three measurement values can be simultaneously displayed in the LCD
data field and up to 140 data fields can be individually designed with the PSW basic software. A cycle between 1 and 9999 seconds
can be set for measurement value rotation and a selection of measurement values can be made.
Memory
The memory of the UMG 505 is split into three areas: the event memory, the lowest and highest memory and the ring buffer.
Event memory
The following events can be stored in the event memory with time and date:
Deletion of the event memory
Changes to the digital input
Failure and return of the auxiliary voltage
Failure and return of the measurement voltage
Up to a maximum of 9999 events can be stored. The data can only be read out with the PC and the PSW professional
software.
Ring buffer
The following can be selected for storage in the ring buffer:
Average of measurement values
The fixed energy meters
When storing the average values of U1, U2, U3, I1, I2, I3, P1, P2 and P3 using an average time of 15 minutes, the memory is
sufficient for a period of 1 year. A total of six limit value windows for storing measurement values can be programmed. The upper
and lower limit values can be freely selected. The recording can take place within or outside of the range.
Summer/winter time switch
The following options can be selected:
No switchover
Own switchover point
EU listed switching
Weekly time switch
The time switch in the UMG 505 has 100 time channels. Each time switch channel specifies a period of time. The period of
time is specified by the start-up point and the switch off point. The start and stop points are defined by weekdays, hour and
minutes. Each time switch channel can simultaneously control a time switch output and select a consumption meter. A time
switch output can be allocated to a “digital output” when programming the digital outputs.
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Scope of operation
Pulse outputs
The five digital outputs in the UMG 505 can be assigned as pulse
outputs. The minimum pulse length is 50ms and the maximum
frequency is 10Hz.
Pulse input
Analogue outputs
Digital input 4 can also be used as a pulse meter input for the
effective energy measurement (max 20Hz).
Digital inputs
The 4 optical coupler inputs are illustrated on the internal inputs
1 to 4. The UMG 505 has a total of 20 internal inputs. The eight
inputs from the LON bus interface (option) are illustrated on the
internal inputs 5 to 12 and eight inputs from the MODBUS
interface (option) are illustrated on the internal inputs 13 to 20.
The status of the digital inputs 1-4 can be called up using the
serial interface.
Each input channel can simultaneously switch a energy counter
and synchronise the internal clock.
Two of each of the digital inputs can be linked with each other
using AND. The results can be allocated to an input channel.
Each digital input 1 to 4 is allocated to an event counter (1-3
max. 1Hz). If one of the digital inputs (1 to 4) is allocated a function, with the exception of pulse value, all changes are recorded
with the date and time stamp in the event memory.
The UMG 505 has 4 analogue outputs. The analogue outputs
have common ground and are galvanically isolated from the other
inputs and outputs in the UMG 505. An external auxiliary voltage of 20V to 30V DC is required to operate the analogue outputs.
The sources for analogue outputs are:
Measurement values
Values which are sent to the
UMG 505 through Modbus.
Interfaces
Depending upon the product variant, the UMG 505 is equipped
with an RS485 LON and/or an RS232 interface. The RS232
interface serves as a peer-to-peer connection e.g. as a connection
between the UMG 505 and a laptop. The protocol Modbus RTU
is available through the RS485 which is used to network the
UMG 505. The LON interface is frequently used in central building control systems in order to incorporate the UMG 505 in
building automation.
Limit value monitoring
Digital output
The UMG 505 has five digital transistor outputs. These outputs
are marked on the display with out1 to out5. Each of these outputs can be allocated to a different data source. There are up to 5
different data sources which can be selected:
Five limit value outputs can be programmed to monitor the
measurement values. Each limit value output can be allocated to
up to 3 comparators (A, B, C). The following can be programmed
for each comparator:
Limit value outputs
Times switch outputs
LON bus (option)
MODBUS (option)
Energy meter
Each data source can only be allocated to one output. If an output
is allocated to a consumption meter, the output works as a pulse
generator.
The signals from all data sources (except the consumption meter)
can also be generated as inverted signals.
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2 limit values and 2 measurement values or
2 limit values and 1 measurement value or
1 limit value and the minimum start-up time
Any limit value violations established by a limit value output is
registered in the event memory with a record of the time and can
also be issued on a “digital output”.
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UMG 505
4 digital inputs
Modem
PLC
PSWbasic/
professional
Interfaces
- RS232
- RS485
- LON
- Pulse input
- HT/LT switchover
- Clock synchronisation
5 digital outputs
-
Limit value output for I, U, P etc
Remote using Modbus/LON
Pulse output effective/reactive energy
Time switch output
Protocols
- LONTalk
- Modbus RTU ( RS232 or RS485)
4 analogue outputs
- 0 .. 20 mA or 4 .. 20 mA can be set
- Almost all measurement values
- Values from the Modbus
512k byte memory
-
Limit value programming
with 3 comparators
-
Minimum start up time if the value is exceeded
Minimum start up time if the value is not achieved
Hysteresis if the value is exceeded
Hysteresis if the value is not achieved
Within range
Outside of range
Both limit values exceeded
Both limit values not achieved
For 320,000 measurement values
Event memory
Lowest and highest values
Ring buffer
Weekly time switch
-
100 channels
Digital output
Nominal value switchover HT / LT
Energy meter, 4 tariffs
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Product variants and technical data
Overview of product variants
Interfaces
15 .. 55V AC,
20 .. 80V DC
512k RAM memory
4 digital inputs
5 digital outputs
4 passive analogue
outputs 0(4) – 20mA
LON
RS 232
RS 485
3-phase measurement
-
-
-
-
UMG 505 MOD
52.10.004
-
-
-
-
UMG 505 MOD
52.10.005
-
-
-
-
UMG 505 MOD
52.10.006
-
-
-
-
UMG 505 MOD
52.10.007
-
-
-
-
UMG 505 MOD
52.10.008
-
-
-
-
UMG 505 MOD
52.10.009
-
-
-
UMG 505 LON
52.10.001
-
-
-
UMG 505 LON
52.10.002
-
-
-
UMG 505 LON
52.10.003
52.10.013
Item number
40 .. 115V AC,
55 .. 165V DC
Type
85 .. 265V AC,
80 .. 370V DC
Auxiliary voltage
-
-
-
UMG 505 LON
-
-
-
UMG 505 LON
52.10.015
-
-
-
UMG 505 LON
52.10.016
= Option - = Not possible
= Included
General technical data
Operating voltage L-N, AC
Refer to order details
Overvoltage category
600V CAT III
Quadrants
Scanning rate 6 channels
4
Per channel
6.4 kHz / 7.68 kHz
Weight
1kg
Dimensions
W= 144mm x H=144mm x D=66.5mm
Mounting
Front panel installation
Working temperature range
-10…55 °C
Connectable conductors (U/I)
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire,
pin cable lugs, ferrule
0.08 - 2.5 mm2
1.5 mm2
Protection class (front/reverse)
According to EN60529
IP 50/20
Measurement range
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Voltage L-N, AC (without voltage transformer)
50…500VAC
Voltage L-L, AC (without voltage transformer)
80…870VAC
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5 A)
0.005...6 A
Frequency of mains
45...65 Hz
Grid types
TN, TT, (IT)
Measurement in single and multi-phase networks
1ph, 2ph, 3ph
and up to 3x1ph
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UMG 505
Measurement values
Measurement
parameter
Display range
Measurement range L1 L2 L3 Sum Lowest Average Maximum Date/
value
value *1 value
time
at scaling factor 1
Current .. /5A
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.005 .. 6 A
+-0.2 % rng
Current .. /1A
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.005 .. 1 A
+-0.2 % rng
Current, calculated in neutral 0.000 .. 9999 A
0.060 ..1 5 A
+-0.6 % rng
Voltage L-N
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
50 .. 500 V
+-0.2 % rng
Voltage L-L
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
80 .. 870 V
+-0.2 % rng
Frequency (U)
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
+-0.2 % rdg
Measurement
accuracy
Effective power +/-
0.00 W .. 9999 MW
0.05 W .. 2.5 kW
+-0.5 % rng
Apparent power
0.00 VA .. 9999 MVA
0.05 VA .. 2.5 kVA
+-0.5 % rng
Reactive power
0.00 kvar .. 999 Mvar
0.05 var .. 2.5 kvar
Power factor
0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind. 0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind.
cap
ind.
+-0.5 % rng
cap.
ind.
+-0.5 % rng
t1/t2
*3
Effective energy +
0.0 Wh .. 9999 GWh
0.05 Wh .. 9999 GWh
Effective energy -
-0.0 Wh .. -9999 GWh
-0.05 Wh .. -9999 GWh*2
Reactive energy +/-
0.0 .. 9999 Gvarh
0.05vars .. 9999 Mvarh*2
Harmonic rate THD U,I
0.0 .. 100 %
0.0 .. 100 %
Partial harmonic I, 2-20
0.000 A .. 9999 A
0.005 A .. 5A (1 A)
+-0.5 % rng
Partial harmonic U, 2-20
0.0 V .. 99.99 kV
0.000 V .. 9999 V
+-0.5 % rng
*2
t1/t2
*3
+-0.5 % rng
Rng: of measurement range, rdg: of measurement value, t1: start time, t2: runtime, + purchase, - supply
*1 - integration over time: 5, 10, 15, 30 seconds, 1, 5, 10, 15, 30 and 60 minutes
*2 - memory period – 60 minutes
*3 - accuracy class according to EN61036:1996, VDE0418 part 7: May 1997, IEC1036:1996 with current transformer ../5A: class 1 with current transformer ../1A: class 2
Power quality
Harmonics, 1-20 harmonics,
even/uneven
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Recorder for limit value events
Yes
Features
Memory size
512kB
Clock
± 3 minutes per month
Weekly time switch
Yes, 100 channels
Periphery
Digital inputs
As a status input or pulse input
4
Digital outputs
As a switch output or pulse output
5
Analogue outputs
0(4)…20mA
4
Password protection
Yes
Refer to chapter 5
Yes
RS 232
9.6, 19.2, 38.4 kbps
Yes, refer to order details
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 115.2 kbps
Yes, refer to order details
Software PSW basic/professional
Communication
Interfaces
LON
Yes, refer to order details
Protocols
Modbus RTU
Yes
LonTalk
Yes, refer to order details
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UMG 505
Dimensional
drawing
Connection illustration
Switch board cut-out:
139x139 mm
Typical connection options
Consumers
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Illustration: option with LON
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 507
Continuous measurements
and the Ethernet
Power analysers of the UMG 507 product family are suitable for use at all network levels. The continuous measurement enables the collection of various measurement parameters, the identification of
short-term interruptions, a fault recorder function and harmonic analysis. Extensive communication
options e.g. Ethernet (TCP/IP), Modbus, Profibus, RS232, RS485, http, SMTP, UTP or DNS allow
affordable and quick integration in existing communication networks. Worldwide access to the
embedded web server can be gained through a web browser. This means that the extensive opportunities offered by the UMG 507 are available without any additional software. The large number of
digital and analogue inputs and outputs enable incorporation in monitoring systems, control tasks,
information reports, the communication of measurement data (e.g. energy consumption) to a central
control point and incorporation in extensive energy management systems. Extensive logic functions
allow the analysis of measurement data and the introduction of concrete measures.
Areas of application
For measuring, monitoring and control of electrical parameters in energy distribution systems
For recording load profiles (energy consumption) for energy management systems
(cost centre data collection)
For monitoring power quality (harmonics, short term interruptions, inrush currents…)
Control tasks e.g. depending upon the achieved measurement values or limit values
Data logging (electricity, gas, water, cooling ...)
Peak demand management (avoidance of costly and dangerous peak loads)
Remote monitoring via onboard homepage
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UMG 507 power analyser
Multi-function power analyser
The use of energy measurement technology in energy distribution
has moved dynamically towards digital universal measuring instruments in the past few years. The advantages are obvious: lower
equipment costs for more information and functionality. In
addition, digital measuring technology is more accurate, even all
along the entire lifespan.
Clear cost advantages also result from the construction of the cabinet which results in lower installation costs and less wiring efforts
in comparison to analogue measuring technology. Power analysers
of the UMG 507 product family are designed for use at all network
levels.
Main features
Continuous measurement
Data collection of short-term interruptions
Ethernet and embedded web server
Harmonics analysis
6 digital inputs, 6 digital outputs, 2 analogue outputs, 1 analogue input
1 temperature input
Integrated logic for control tasks and alarm signals
Modbus master, Ethernet / Modbus gateway
Applications
The three-phase electronic measuring instrument collects and digitalises the effective values of currents and voltages (True RMS) in a
50/60Hz network. The integrated microprocessor calculates the electrical parameters from the sampling values. All measurement values
are continuously measured and recorded at intervals of 200ms over
10 periods (50 Hz).
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This allows the safe identification of short-term interruptions with
the fault recorder function. For short-term events, the effective values
are recorded over 128 periods with 64 pre-trigger periods and with
the transient memory over 5 periods with 2 pre-trigger periods.
The reaction time of the internal outputs is < 10ms and the external
bus outputs < 200ms.
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Due to the continuous measurement, short-term interruptions are registered and the fault recorder function provides more information about the event. A rapid, cost-optimised and reliable communication system can be developed through the Ethernet connection. The instrument’s own homepage offers you the opportunity to call up the data or configure the instrument directly using the
embedded web server. The large number of digital and analogue inputs and outputs offers a variety of communication
possibilities and allow connection to PLC controls and independent control tasks. The integrated harmonic analysis becomes more
significant with increasing network pollution (increasing THD-U values).
UMG 507
Software
The PSW basic software is included in the delivery of the UMG 507 measuring instrument and guarantees user-friendly programming
and configuration. The measurement value memory in the instrument can be read out and the data are provided in ASCII format for
further processing in MS Excel.
PSWbasic / PSWprofessional software
The UMG 507 power analysers already contain the PSW basic software upon delivery. On one hand, this software enables simple and
complete parameterisation of the respective measurement instruments and on the other hand, can analyse the measurement value memory
in the unit. In PSW basic, the data is stored as a .txt file and can be processed in MS Excel for example. The PSW professional software
(optional) allows a more simple processing. PSW professional also allows online presentation of the measurement values (topology). The
data can be stored in database format. More information is available in chapter 5 – “software”.
Peak demand management (Emax)
The release of the Emax function for peak demand management is available as an option. More information can be found in chapter 3 –
energy management.
Embedded web server / e-mail
Worldwide access to the UMG 507 can be gained through a web browser. In order to provide access, the web address and access authorisations must be set up. The complete parameterisation software is filed as an HTML page on the flash memory. The open architecture
of the UMG 507 allows the user to apply own ideas to design Java-Applets and Active X-components and file them on the UMG507. If
limit value violations or events occur, they can be automatically sent to the set up e-mail address. Data from the memory storage can be
sent by e-mail (attachment) at preset times and processed with the PSW professional software.
Protocols: HTTP, SMT, UTP, DNS, NTP, MOD TCP, Modbus over TCP, DHCP/BootP.
Connection to an ISDN
router / DSL router
The unit can be connected to the internet using an
external router (e.g. ISDN router or DSL router).
The SMTP authentication enables you to store
mails on the internet provider’s mailbox using the
Plain/Login/Cram-MDS (newest encryption
methods).
Data collection and recording
The UMG 507 has an internal memory of 256 KB RAM and, depending on the version, an additional memory of 16 MB flash is
available for continuous recording of the measured data. This measurement value memory can be freely configured with reference to the
measurement values which are to be saved and the recording intervals. In addition, the highest and lowest actual values (200 ms average
time) can also be saved within these intervals. The recording of events is prompted by triggers. Events such as excess currents, under voltage or overvoltage can be safely collected from a half period duration. Events are recorded over 128 periods as effective value recorders.
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Power analyser
Waveform recorder
Effective value recorder (128 periods)
Transformer monitoring, k-factor
The maximum permitted current can be monitored in transformers, fuses or motors by entering the k-factor. The data from transformer
manufacturers such as the current and k-factor (1= 100%) can be programmed on the digital output using the comparator. In addition,
the temperature input can be used for transformer monitoring.
Inputs and outputs
Depending upon the product variant, the UMG 507 has a large number of internal digital and analogue inputs and outputs (refer to design
versions). The top versions of the UMG 507 (AD, P, E and EP) have six digital inputs, six digital outputs, two analogue outputs (0/4-20mA),
a temperature input and an analogue input (0/4-20mA). The digital inputs can be used as pulse inputs, synchronisation inputs or signal inputs.
The digital outputs can be defined as limit value outputs, pulse outputs, Emax outputs (option), time switch outputs or logic outputs. Both
analogue outputs can be applied as measurement value transducers or for analogue control of generators (0-20mA) in the Emax function (option). Transformer temperature data can be collected using the temperature input. Any process signals can be allocated to the analogue input.
Integrated logic
The 128 programmable logic links provide connections between inputs and outputs, measurement values and internal functions of the
UMG 507. The standard operators AND, NAND, OR, XOR, EQU, rising edge and falling edge are available. The events are allocated to free
flags which can also be linked with other flags. The incoming information through the Modbus RTU or the Profibus can also be incorporated
in the logic links.
Trigger events, the virtual weekly time switch channels and Emax channels, the limit value comparator and signals received through the
field bus are available as operands. These flags can then prompt the switchover of digital outputs, tariff changes, measurement value
synchronisation, the time setting or the despatch of an e-mail. Measurement values can also be added, subtracted, multiplied or divided.
Modbus RTU master function / Modbus gateway
The RS 485 of the UMG 507 can also
be used as a Modbus RTU master.
This means that any measurement
instrument from Janitza electronics®
with RS 485, protocol Modbus RTU
can be connected to the RS 485 of
the UMG 507 and, in full functionality, can be illustrated on the
Ethernet TCP/IP for example. In
addition, the instrument inputs and
outputs can be decentrally expanded
using the WAGO module. For the
Modbus data of other bus users, a
minimum of 32 and a maximum of
64 three Modbus data points are
available such as in the topology view
of the PSW professional.
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UMG 507E
The Modbus field bus gateway on
the Ethernet
Ethernet/TCP/IP
ISDN router
(Internet) or switch (intranet)
Recommended cable type: Li 2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22
Maximum of 31 units on
one line without repeater
RS 485 / Modbus RTU
••••
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
(Freezer output)
(Lighting output)
(Ventilation output)
(Compressor output)
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UMG 507
1 temperature input
- PT 100 / PT 1000 / KTY 83 or 84
6 digital inputs
Modem
PLC
PSWbasic/
professional
-
Pulse input
HT/LT switchover
Clock synchronisation
Signal input logic
Emax resetting
6 digital outputs
Interfaces
- Ethernet
- RS232
- RS485
Highlights
- The despatch of e-mails including ring buffer contents
- Web server
- JAVA Applets
- Active X components
- Macromedia FLASH in MX
- Modbus master function
- Supports WAGO I/O using the RS 485 and
Modbus TCP/IP*
- Capturing short term interruption >=10ms for U and I
- Measurement value recorder
(1 measurement value every 200 ms)
- Connection to DSL/ISDN router
* Special software is necessary on the WAGO coupler available from us.
Protocol
-
Profibus DP V0
Modbus RTU
Modbus TCP/IP (port 502)
UTP
Modbus over TCP/IP (port 8000)
SMTP
HTTP
DNS
NTP
- Limit value output for I, U, P etc.
- Remote using Modbus / Profibus
- Pulse output effective energy / reactive
energy
- Signal output short term interruption
reaction time <=10ms
- Logic output
- Emax output
2 analogue outputs
- Settings: 0...20mA or 4...20mA
- Emax analogue output
- Emax generator control
16Mbyte memory
- For 1000k events and measurement values
256kByte RAM memory
- For 18k events and measurement values
Weekly time switch
-
24 channels
Digital output
Nominal value switchover HT / LT
Send e-mail
Limit value programming
with 16 comparators
-
Within window
Within window with hysteresis
Outside of window
Outside of window with hysteresis
Over limit value
Over limit value with hysteresis
Under limit value
Under limit value with hysteresis,
setting: lead/follow-up time
Peak demand management
- 6 on-board outputs
- Up to 32 steps for load shedding (external)
Ethernet / Modbus gateway
- Simple connection of Modbus devices
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Product variants and technical data
Overview of product variants
Three/four-phase universal measurement instruments 50/60Hz; current transformer...1/5A;
including PSW basic programming and analysis software
Interfaces
6 digital inputs
6 digital outputs
1 temperature input
1 analogue input
2 passive
analogue outputs
RS 232
RS 485
Ethernet 10baseT
Profibus DP V0
Integrated weekly
time switch clock
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 L
52.15.004
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 L
52.15.009
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 EL
52.15.021
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 EL
52.15.022
52.15.003
Type
Item number
Additional 16MB
flash memory
85 .. 250V AC,
80 .. 370V DC
40 .. 115V AC,
55 .. 165V DC
15 .. 50V AC,
20 .. 70V DC
256k RAM memory
Auxiliary voltage
-
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 AD
-
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 AD
52.15.008
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 P
52.15.002
-
-
-
-
UMG 507 P
52.15.007
-
-
-
UMG 507 E
52.15.001
-
-
-
UMG 507 E
52.15.006
-
-
-
UMG 507 E
52.15.011
-
-
UMG 507 EP
52.15.005
-
-
UMG 507 EP
52.15.010
-
-
UMG 507 EP
52.15.015
Emax
52.15.080
Unit options
Emax function (maximum demand controller)
- = Not possible
= Included
General technical data
Operating voltage L-N, AC
Refer to order details
Overvoltage category
600V CAT III
Quadrants
Measurement
4
Per channel
Continuous
Weight
1kg
Dimensions
W= 144mm x H= 144mm x D=66.5mm
Mounting
Front panel installation
Working temperature range
-10…55 °C
Connectable conductors (U/I)
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire,
pin cable lugs, ferrule
0.08 - 2.5mm2
Protection class (front/reverse)
According to EN60529
IP 50/20
1.5mm2
Measurement range
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Voltage L-N, AC (without voltage transformer)
50…500VAC
Voltage L-L, AC (without voltage transformer)
80…870VAC
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5 A)
0.005...6A
Frequency of mains
45...65Hz
Grid types
TN, TT, (IT)
Measurement in single and multi-phase networks
1ph, 2ph, 3ph and up to 3x1ph
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Measurement values
L1 L2 L3 Sum Lowest Maximum Average Maximum Date/ Measurement
average
value
value *1 value
time
accuracy
Measurement
parameter
Display range
Measurement range
at scaling factor 1
Current .. /(1)5A
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.005 .. /(1)6A
+-0.2 % rng
Current, N
0.000 .. 9999 A
0.060 .. 15 A
+-0.6 % rng
Voltage L-N
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
50 .. 500 V
+-0.2 % rng
Voltage L-L
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
90 .. 870 V
+-0.2 % rng
Pos./neg./
zero sequence
0.0 .. 999.9 MV
50 .. 500 V
+-0.5 % rng
Frequency (U)
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
45.00 .. 65.00 Hz
+-0.2 % rdg
Effective power +/-
0.00 W .. 9999 MW
0.05 W .. 2.5 kW
+-0.5 % rng
value
Apparent power
0.00 VA .. 9999 MVA
0.05 VA .. 2.5 kVA
Reactive power
0.00 kvar .. 999 Mvar
0.05 var .. 2.5 kvar
+-0.5 % rng
ind.
+-0.5 % rng
Power factor
0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind. 0.00 kap. .. 1.00 .. 0.00 ind.
Effective energy +
Effective energy -
0.0 Wh .. 9999 GWh
-0.0 Wh .. -9999 GWh
0.05 Wh .. 9999 GWh*2
-0.05 Wh .. -9999 GWh*2
ind.
t1/t2
Class *3
1 (5A), 2 (1A)
+-0.5 % rng
Reactive energy +/-
0.0 .. 9999 Gvarh
0.05vars .. 9999 Mvarh*2
t1/t2
Class *3
1 (5A), 2 (1A)
rng: of measurement range, rdg: of measurement value, t1: start time, t2: runtime, + purchase, - supply, *1- integration over time: 5, 10, 15, 30 seconds, 1, 5, 10, 15, 30 and 60 minutes,
*2 - memory period – 60 minutes *3 - accuracy class according to DIN EN61036: 2001-01, VDE0418 part 7, IEC1036:1996 + A1: 2000
Power quality
Harmonics, 1-20 harmonics, uneven
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Voltage positive/negative/zero system
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rng
Short-term interruptions
10ms
yes
Initial current
10ms
yes
Recorder for limit value events
yes
Measurement accuracy
Accuracy VA
± 0.2%
Reactive energy kvarh
Class
1 (5A), 2 (1A)
Effective energy kWh
Class
1 (5A), 2 (1A)
Features
Memory size
256kB/16MB – refer to order details
Clock
± 2 minutes per month
Integrated logic
128 links, 16 comparators
Yes
Weekly time switch
24 channels
Yes
Digital inputs
As a status input or pulse input
6 – refer to order details
Digital outputs
As a switch output or pulse output
6 – refer to order details
Analogue outputs
0(4)…20mA
2 – refer to order details
Temperature measurement input
Pt100, Pt1000, KTY83, KTY84
1 – refer to order details
Analogue input
0(4)…20mA
1 – refer to order details
Periphery
Password protection
Software PSW basic/professional
Yes
Refer to chapter 5
Yes
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Communication
Interfaces
RS 232
38.4 kbps
Yes
RS 485 (Modbus/Profibus)
9.6, 38.4, 115.2 kbps up to 1.5 Mbps (Sub D 9 pole)
Yes, refer to order details
Ethernet 10 Base-T
RJ45
Yes, refer to order details
Protocols
Modbus RTU
Yes, refer to order details
Profibus DP V0
Yes, refer to order details
Modbus gateway
Embedded web server
Yes, refer to order details
Configurable homepage
TCP/IP
SMTP
Yes, refer to order details
E-Mail
Yes, refer to order details
DHCP
Yes, refer to order details
Modbus TCP
Yes, refer to order details
Modbus over Ethernet
Yes, refer to order details
BootP
Yes, refer to order details
NTP
Yes, refer to order details
Dimensional
drawing
All measurements in mm.
Typical connection options (e. g. UMG 507EP)
Connection illustration
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Switchboard cut-out:
139x139 mm
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Yes, refer to order details
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
UMG 511
Power quality analyser
according to EN50160
The UMG 511 power quality analyser is particularly suitable for monitoring power quality according
to standards such as the EN 50160. All power quality parameters are collected and analysed e.g.
flicker, short term interruptions with fault recorder function, transients, harmonics up to the 63rd
and inrush currents etc. Extensive communication possibilities e.g. RS 485 Modbus, Profibus,
Ethernet (TCP/IP), BACnet, http, FTP, SMTP, SNTP, DNS ... allow cost effective and rapid integration in existing communication networks. Worldwide access to the embedded web server can be
gained through a web browser. The GridVis software included in the content of delivery allows extensive analysis just by the click of a button.
Areas of application
Continuous monitoring of the power quality e.g. EN 50160
Ethernet gateway for subordinate measurement points
Analysis of electrical faults for network problems
Monitoring of the internal distribution network according to EN 61000-4-7, 4-15, 4-30
Report generator for EN 50160 analysis
Remote control
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Power quality analyser
UMG 511 power quality analyser
Added value with additional functions
The UMG 511 power quality analyser serves for the purpose of
continuous monitoring of the power quality e.g. in accordance
with EN 50160. This serves for the purpose of monitoring the supply power quality from the energy supply side. The UMG 511 can
also be used in applications for failure analysis on the consumer
side and is also used as a preventative measure for network perturbations. A rapid, cost-optimised and reliable communication
system can be developed through the Ethernet connection. The
instrument’s own homepage offers you the opportunity to call up
the data or configure the instrument directly using the embedded
web server.
Main features
Measurement of power quality according to DIN EN 61000-4-30
Measuring method class A
Fourier analysis 1st to 63rd harmonic for U-LN, U-LL, I, P (consumption/supply) and Q (ind./cap.)
Measurement of harmonics and interharmonics (U-LN, U-LL, I) according to DIN EN 61000-4-7
Analysis and evaluation according to DIN EN 50160 with the contained programming and analysis
software GridVis
Flicker measurement according to DIN EN 61000-4-15
Measurement in TN and TT grids (500V CATIII)
4 voltage measuring inputs, 4 current measuring inputs
Continuous sampling of voltage and current inputs with 20kHz
Recording of more than 2000 different measurement parameter per measuring cycle (200ms)
Detection of transients >50μs and storage with up to 16.000 samples
Data logger / Event memory (256MB Flashdisk)
8 digital inputs and 5 digital outputs
Profibus DP/V0 alternatively RS 485 (Modbus RTU, Modbus-Master, optional BACnet)
Ethernet (Web-Server, E-Mail, optional BACnet)
Programming of customer specific applications in Jasic
Applications
The power quality analyser which is equipped with 4 current and
voltage inputs collects and digitalises the effective values (True
RMS) from currents and voltages in 40-70Hz (15-440Hz) networks. The integrated microprocessor calculates the electrical parameters from the sampling values. The relevant voltage can be defined as a phase-neutral or a phase-phase voltage for measurement in
a three-phase system. The voltage serves the UMG 511 as a refe-
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rence voltage for harmonic measurement, transient and event
recording and for the flicker meter. A nominal current can be set
using this for the measurement of electrical current events. The 4th
current and voltage input represents a separate measurement
system. However, it is generally used for measuring the current in
the neutral or PE conductor or used for measuring a voltage difference between N and PE.
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The large number of digital and analogue inputs and outputs offer a variety of communication systems possibilities and allows
connection to PLC systems and independent control tasks. The GridVis analysis software represents a fundamental part of the standard delivery. The GridVis can be used to practically trigger analysis in accordance with EN 50160 with the click of a button. The
presentation of online data and the analysis of historical data is also a benefit for finding the root cause of network problems.
UMG 511
Display examples
The backlighted active matrix display (5,7“) of the UMG 511 enables the presentation of measurement values in numerical form,
as a bar chart or as a line graph. Selected displays can automatically be displayed in alternation (automatic display rotation). The
instrument is programmed using userfriendly clear text menus or the GridVis software.
Example of a UMG 511 connection illustration
Main measurement
Measurement in a four-phase network with main
measurement and auxiliary measurement
The UMG 511 has 4 measurement channels
for current and voltage. The first three channels
(main measurement) are intended for use in a
three-phase system.
Auxiliary measurement
The auxiliary measurement can be used for
measurement in a single-phase or symmetrical
three-phase system. Alternatively, the current
input can be allocated to the three-phase
system of the main measurement for measuring
the neutral-conductor current. For example,
the voltage input could then be used for recording the voltage between the neutral conductor
and PE. The auxiliary measurement provides
all measurement parameters like in the main
measurement (current, voltage, power, harmonics, transients, events and flicker).
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Scope of operation
Grid visualisation software
The data gained from various measurement points must be collected, saved, visualised and made available. The GridVis software contained
in the UMG 511 package allows
Parameterisation and programming of UMG measurement devices
Data management
Visualisation of the measurement values with topological view
Online analysis tools
Automatic download of the measurement data
Analysis tools for historic data
Jasic programming
Transient-, event-, flagbrowser
Visualisation, topological view
GridVis allows an individually adaptable visualisation of online data. The topological view provides a rapid overview of energy distribution with the possibility of localising power faults by comparing the individual measurement points and by offering the possibility to
monitor the defined tolerances at a glance.
Customer specific solutions can be quickly and simply implemented through uploading of graphic documents (standard formats such as
JPG) with circuit diagrams, production lines or construction plans and incorporating the respective measurement units by drag and drop
into their actual locations. Limit value excesses (e.g. THD-U is too high) and the status of inputs and outputs can also be displayed.
Online values and analysis
of historic data
With the graphic line writer function, GridVis enables
rapid online presentation of the selected measurement
values. In this function, the graph is continuously
expanded with new measurement values. For example,
load profiles can be presented through the analysis of
historic data in order to produce exact consumption
analysis for optimised electricity supply contracts.
Fault analysis through the comparison of various parameters can also be achieved with a few mouse clicks.
Graphic programming
The graphic programming option for user programs is
completely new in the field of digital power analysers.
Programs specific to the application can be created with
this method such as the free programming of inputs and
outputs, monitoring of processes or the issue of reports
when defined limit values are achieved. In addition to the
operator-friendly graphic programming, the user is also
free to program the Jasic® source code directly.
programming language
The Jasic® programming language offers brand new
opportunities. The user is no longer tied to the functions which are fixed integrations in the unit; the unit
can be expanded to include more functions. Up to
seven of these freely definable user programs can be
processed simultaneously in the UMG devices.
Graphical programming
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UMG 511
Networks
Router
PLC
IT, TN, TT networks
3 phase and 4 phase networks
Software
8 digital inputs
Interfaces
Ethernet
RS 485
Pulse input
Logic input
Status monitoring
HT/LT switch over
Emax (max. demand) resetting
5 digital outputs
Pulse output kWh/kvarh
Switch output
Limit value output
Emax output
Logic output
(can be extended through external I/O
modules)
Communication
Profibus (DP/V0)
Modbus (RTU, UDP, TCP, gateway)
TCP/IP
BACnet
HTTP (freely configurable homepage)
FTP (file transfer)
TFTP (automatic configuration)
NTP (time synchronisation)
SMTP (e-mail function)
DHCP
Memory
Power quality
Measurement accuracy
Class: 0.5S (…/5A) class
Current: 0.2% rng
Voltage: 0.2% rng
256 MB Flash
16 MB RAM
Harmonics up to 63rd
Short-term interruptions
Transient recorder (>50μs)
Starting current (>10ms)
Un-balance
Half wave-effective value
recordings (up to 4.5 min)
Flicker
Peak demand management
64 stages for load shedding
programming language
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Product variants and technical data
Overview of product variants UMG 511
Three/four phase power quality analysers; current transformer .../1/5a; including GridVis programming and analysis software
Supply voltage
95...265V AC,
100...370V DC
4 voltage and
4 current inputs
Memory
256 MB Flash
digital inputs
digital outputs
RS 485
Ethernet 100baseT
Profibus DP V0
Type
Item number
Interfaces
8
5
UMG 511
52.19.001
Options (for all versions)
Emax
52.16.080
BACnet
52.16.081
Emax function application program (peak demand management)
BACnet communication
- = not possible
= contained
General technical data
Supply voltage L-N, AC
Refer to product variant overview
Overvoltage category
500V CATIII
Quadrants
4
Continuous measurement
8 channel scanning rate
yes
Per channel
Weight
1kg
Dimensions
Mounting
L=144mm x W=144mm x H=81 mm
According to IEC EN 60999-1/DIN EN 50022
Working temperature range
Connectable conductor (U/I)
20 kHz
Front panel mounting
-10…50 °C
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire
0,08 - 2,5 mm²
pin cable lugs, ferrule
1,5 mm²
According to EN 60529
IP 50 front /IP 20 rear
L-N voltage, AC (without voltage transformer)
Free voltage transformer settings
5 …500 VAC
L-L voltage, AC (without voltage transformer)
Free voltage transformer settings
8…870 VAC
Protection class
Measurement range
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5A)
0,005..6 A
Frequency of mains
40 ..70 Hz
Networks
TN, TT
Measurement in single/multi-phase networks
1 ph, 2 ph, 3 ph, 4 ph
Periphery
Digital inputs
Status, logic or pulse input
8
Digital outputs
Switch logic output or pulse output
5
Password protection
Multilevel
yes
Peak load management
Optional 64 channels
ja
Software
GridVis
ja
Features
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Memory
256 MB
Clock
+/- 1 min per month
Integrated logic
Programming language Jasic ®
Operating hour meter
yes
Weekly time switch
Jasic ®
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Measurement values
Voltage
L1, L2, L3, L4, L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
Accuracy ±(0,2% rdg + 0,02% rng)
Current
L1, L2, L3, L4
±(0,2% rdg + 0,05% rng)
Calculated sum current
±(0,6% rdg + 0,05% rng)
K-factor
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Three-phase current components
Positive/ Negative/ Zero Phase Sequence
yes
Effective, reactive and apparent power
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
Accuracy ±(0,4% rdg + 0,10% rng)
40 ..70 Hz, cosphi = 1
±(0,4% rdg + 0,0075% rng)
40 ..70 Hz, cosphi = > 0,8
±(0,5% rdg + 0,0075% rng)
40 ..70 Hz, cosphi = > 0,5
±(0,5% rdg + 0,0075% rng)
15 ..440 Hz, cosphi = > 0,5
±(3,0% rdg + 0,0075% rng)
Cos-phi, power factor
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
yes
Phase angle
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Effective energy (kWh)
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4:
- Purchased effective energy (tariff 1, tariff 2)
- Supplied effective energy (tariff 1, tariff 2)
Class 0,5S (…/5A),
Class 1 (…/1A)
Reactive energy (kvarh)
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4:
- Inductive reactive power (tariff 1, tariff 2)
- Capacitive reactive power
Class2
Apparent energy (kVAh)
L1, L2, L3, L4, Sum L1-L3, Sum L1-L4
yes
Current/voltage wave form
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Frequency of mains
Accuracy ±0,1% rdg
Average value
yes
Minimum and maximum values
yes
Power quality
Harmonics order, 1.- 63rd
Harmonics, even/odd
Voltage L1, L2, L3, L4
Measure value > 3% of measuring range
Measure value < 3% of measuring range
Accuracy ± 5% rdg
Accuracy ± 0,05 rng)
Interharmonics
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Positive/negative/zero system
yes
Actual flicker value
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Short term flicker value
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Long term flicker value
L1, L2, L3, L4
yes
Transients
50 μs
yes
Trigger events
10 ms
yes
Inrush currents
10 ms
yes
Event recorder
yes
Communication
Interfaces
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 76.8, 115.2, 921.6 kbps
yes
Profibus DP
Plug, sub D 9-pole up to 12 Mbps
yes
Ethernet 10/100 Base- TX
RJ-45 sockets
yes
Protocols
Modbus RTU
yes
Profibus DP V0
yes
Modbus TCP
yes
Modbus over TCP
yes
Modbus-Gateway
yes
HTTP
Homepage (configurable)
yes
SMTP
E-Mail
yes
SNTP
Time synchronisation
yes
TFTP
Automatic configuration
yes
FTP
File Transfer
yes
DHCP
yes
BACnet / IP oder MSTP
yes, option
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Dimensional drawing
Connection illustration
Side view
Typical connection
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Ethernet connection
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View from below.
All measurement data in mm.
PQM - Power Quality Monitoring
503LGF / 510FLEX
Portable power analysers
MRG 503LGF, MRG 510Flex
In distribution systems in which integrated measurement instruments with memory are not available
to guarantee continuous recording of the power quality, it makes sense to frequently carry out
measurements over longer periods with portable measuring instruments if equipment fails repeatedly.
The portable MRG 503LGF or MRG 510Flex power analysers are particularly used for failure
analysis.
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MRG 503LGF
UMG503 power analyser
The universal tool
The portable power analyser in the UMG 503 product family is
intended for use in low voltage systems for failure analysis and
root cause analysis. For example, if capacitors for reactive power
compensation are overloaded, longterm harmonic analysis can provide information on whether harmonic pollution is the cause of
excessive power quality problems. The recording of load profiles
can also play an important role for re-dimensioning system parts or
for undertaking negotiations on electricity supply contracts. Portable
power analysers are particularly an advantage for sporadic problems
or error analysis or in cases where a certain measurement value has
to be restricted more locally.
Main features
Large measurement and display range
A large display in 144x 144mm housing
RS 232 interface
Harmonics display
Extensive accessories
PSW professional software
High reliability and long lifespan
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In addition to the large quantity of electrical measurement values,
this series also offers a number of additional functions such as the
recording of minimum and maximum values, an operating hour
meter, the bi-metallic strip function, password protection and
many more. Due to the large display, the wide measurement range
and the high accuracy level, the UMG 503 is very popular. The
RS 232 is available as an interface.
Applications
The portable MRG 503LGF universal measurement instrument is
suitable for measuring and recording electrical parameters in low
voltage networks. The measurement device is suitable for 1- and 3phase systems with a voltage of L-N 50-500VAC or L-L 80-870VAC
at an auxiliary voltage of 85-265VAC. Thanks to the flexible
HT3003Flex current transformer with an voltage output of 3VAC,
angled distributions systems with electrical circuits which are difficult to reach are no problem.
Areas of application
The MRG 503LGF is used as a portable measuring instrument in distribution systems in which fixed integrated measurement instruments
are not available. It is best suited to carry out mobile measurements e.g. for dimensioning reactive power compensation systems or for recording load profiles or harmonic analysis up to the 20th. Thanks to the measurement value memory, it is not necessary to set up additional
aids such as a laptop or printer in addition to the measuring instrument. The analysis of the measurement is conveniently done at “home”
on the PC.
Data collection and recording
The portable instrument contains the popular UMG 503LG (page 40) and enables the storage of up to 320,000 measurement values
which can be read with the PSW professional system software (chapter 5) using the RS232 interface.
Standard delivery
The PSW professional software is part of the standard delivery package as well as the necessary measuring cables, voltage clamps, neutral modem cable and the mains cable. The flexible HT 3003Flex current transformer is not part of the package but can be ordered as
a separate position.
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Product variants
and technical data
Overview of product variants
Description
Type
Item number
Portable power analyser
MRG 503 LGF
52.07.404
Flexible current transformers
(set with 3 pcs)
HT 3003 FLEX
15.05.215
General technical data
Operating voltage
85...265V AC
Sampling rate
6.4kHZ
Weight
8.6kg
Dimensions
W= 480mm x H= 395mm x D= 195mm
Working temperature
-10...+50°C
Storage temperature
Protection class
-20...+60°C
According to EN60529
Memory size
IP 20
512kByte
Measurement range
Voltage L-N
50...500V AC
Voltage L-L
Current
80...870V AC
CT measurement range 300/3000A
Frequency of mains
0...3V AC voltage output
45...65Hz
Measurement values
Voltage
L1, L2, L3, L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
0.2% rng
Current
L1, L2, L3 (N calculated)
0.2% rng
Effective, apparent or reactive power
L1, L2, L3, sum
0.5% rng
cosphi
L1, L2, L3, sum
0.5% rng
Effective/reactive energy
4 tariffs, 4 quadrants
Class 1
Frequency
L1, L2, L3
0.2% rdg
Average value
Yes
Minimum and maximum value
Yes
Harmonics
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3
Up to 20th order
Distortion factor THD-U/I in %
L1, L2, L3, sum
Yes
Protocol Modbus RTU
9.6/ 19.2/ 38.4kbps
Communication
RS 232
Flexible current transformer (optional)
Length (open)
610mm
Thickness
Battery lifespan
14.3mm
AA MN 1500 LR6
> 1000 hours
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MRG 510Flex
MRG 510Flex power quality analyser
Applications
The portable MRG 510Flex power quality analyser is suitable for measuring and recording electrical parameters in low voltage networks
where the monitoring of the power quality norms EN50160 and
EN61000-2-4 is particularly important. The measurement is suitable
for 1- and 3-phase systems with a voltage of L-N 50-500VAC or L-L
80-870VAC at an auxiliary voltage of 85-265VAC. Thanks to the flexible
current transformer with an voltage output of 3VAC, even electrical
circuits which are difficult to reach are no problem.
Main features
Continuous monitoring of power quality
Collection of all fundamental power quality parameters
(flicker, harmonics up to a 50th, unbalance ...)
Ethernet and embedded web server
PAS510 full version software
EN50160 analysis
128MB memory for measurement data recording
Areas of application
Components and equipment often experience failures in electrical networks and the cause is often assumed to be the power quality in the
network. The real cause can often only be identified with mobile measuring instruments if the energy distribution systems do not have any
fixed integrated measuring instruments. This is where the MRG 510Flex can be used. The main focuses are the analysis of the main feeders
in accordance with EN50160 and distribution feeders in internal networks according to EN61000-2-4. Causes of network problems can be
identified and corrected.
Measurement functionality
The MRG 510Flex contains the UMG 510 measuring instrument with the full functions which means that it is characterised by the
measurement of transients (>70μs) and events, flicker measurement, harmonic analysis up to a 50th and harmonic, intermediate harmonic and measurement with 4 conductors (3 external conductors plus N or PE).
Data collection and recording
All measurement values can be stored at any recording intervals in the internal 128MB flash memory of the MRG 510Flex. This data
can be read and visualised using the PAS510 software which is included in the package. The recording interval is also the average time
of the respective measurement value. In addition, the highest and lowest current values (200ms average time) can also be recorded within
the interval if you want to save and analyse the data as a graph y(t). Obviously it is also possible to save the measurement data in the
form of a histogram (distribution curve). The recording of transients and events is initiated by triggers. Transients are recorded from a
period larger than 70μs. Events such as excess currents or under/overvoltage can be safely recorded from half a period. Events are recorded over 512 half cycles as an effective value recorder.
Using a power quality report, it is easy to see whether the norms EN50160 and EN6100-2-4 are fulfilled throughout the respective
measurement period and a copy can be directly created on paper or as a PDF document. An Ethernet TCP/IP and a RS 485 are
available as interfaces.
Standard delivery
The standard delivery package includes the PAS510 software and the necessary measurement cables, voltage clamps, crosspatch cables,
mains cable and 3 flexible current transformers (3000A). A fourth current transformer for N or PE can be ordered as an option.
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Product variants
and technical data
Overview of Product variants
Description
Type
Item number
Portable 4-phase power analyser
MRG 510 Flex
52.12.201
Flexible current transformer
4th current transformer
15.05.212
Measurement range
Voltage L-N
5...500V AC
Voltage L-L
Measurement range
8...870V AC
Current
Transformer 300/3000A
0...3V AC (voltage output)
Frequency of mains
45...70Hz
General technical data
Operating voltage
85...265V AC
Sampling rate
28.8kHz
Weight
8.1kg
Dimensions
W= 480mm x H= 395mm x D= 195mm
Working temperature
-10...+50°C
Storage temperature
Protection class
-20...+60°C
According to EN60529
Memory size
Measurement values
IP 40
128MByte
(accuracy is based on the instrument without transformer only)
Voltage
L1, L2, L3, L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3, L4-N
± (0.2% rdg + 0.05% rng)
Current
L1, L2, L3, L4
± (0.6% rdg + 0.15% rng)
Effective, apparent or reactive power
L1, L2, L3,
sum L1-L3,
sum L1-L4
± (0.4% rdg + 0.0075% rng)
± (0.75% rdg + 0.0075% rng)
± (1.0% rdg + 0.0075% rng)
Cosphi
L1, L2, L3, sum L1-L3, sum L1-L4
Yes
Effective/reactive energy
4 tariffs, 4 quadrants
Class 1
Frequency
Basic oscillation frequency
± 0.01% rdg
Average value
Yes
Minimum and maximum value
Yes
Harmonics
I/U, L1, L2, L3 up to a 50th
± 0.05% rng (> 1% of measurement range)
± 5% rdg (< 1% of measurement range)
Intermediate harmonics
I/U, L1, L2, L3 up to a 50th
Yes
Distortion factor THD-U/I in %
L1, L2, L3, sum
Yes
Three phase current components
pos./neg./zero system
Yes
Unbalance
Voltage, current
Yes
Crest factor, negative peak,
positive peak, peak-peak
Voltage, current
Yes
Phase angle
± 0.8°
Actual flicker value Pf5
Yes
Short-term flicker value Pst
Yes
Long-term flicker
Yes
Ripple control signal
Yes
Communication
Fast Ethernet 10/100Base-TX
Protocol Modbus TCP
RS232
Protocol Modbus RTU
9.6 / 19.2 / 38.4 kbps
Flexible current transformer (300/3000A)
Length (open)
450mm
Thickness
14.3mm
CT is fed by the instrument
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Power Management
An overview of DIN rail kWh-meters
Page 79
Electronic pulse output – energy meter, EM series
Page 81
- Modbus, M-Bus, EIB-KNX - communication module
- 2 tariffs
- 4 quadrant measurement
- With and without MID
- Up to 125A direct measurement
Electronic pulse output – energy meter, H series
Page 85
- Direct measurement or with current transformer
- SO interface pulse output
- Mounting on 35mm DIN rail
- 7 digit LCD display
- Calibrated/non-calibrated
Peak demand management UMG 507Emax
Page 88
- For limiting effective power peaks
- Up to 32 load shedding stages
- Including UMG 507 power analyser with continuous measurement
- RS232, RS485, Modbus, Ethernet (optional Profibus)
Data logger ProData®
Page 94
- Collection and storage of counter values, operational statuses and
process data
- 16 digital inputs
- 64 bit counter
- 128 programmable comparators
- RS232, RS485, modem, LON, Modbus, Modbus-master
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PM - Power Management
PM - Power Management
Professional energy management considers aspects such as peak demand management, energy data
collection and cost centre management. With the UMG 507Emax and ProData® product groups
and state-of-the-art pulse output energy meters, the energy supply for your company can be actively
controlled with regard to power peaks and energy consumption.
The electricity consumption and electricity costs can,
therefore, be sustainably reduced. The ProData®
series enables you to have a transparent invoicing
system within the company and monitor the
individual cost centres with separate invoicing.
This improvement to cost transparency enables
the respective allocation to cost centres. This is
especially important for accurate determination
of the costs for your products and services
and for transferring electricity costs to
your end consumers.
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An overview of energy meters
Internet
PC
P in kW
ISDN router
Load course during the day
Power savings
Target value
Ethernet TCP/IP
Modbus RTU
UMG 507 Emax
Central
building
control
system
BACnet
LON
ProData®
UMG 103
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EM1-80
EM3-5
EIB-KNX
M-Bus
Modbus RTU
Modbus
UMG 604
EM3-125
WH6165
DVH3113
MDVH3106
PM - Power Management
Electronic energy meters
Electronic energy meter with pulse output
Electronic energy meters are measuring instruments which are used to determine energy consumption
of electrical loads. The meters can either be used for direct connection or for current transformer
measurements. Typical areas of application are in the field of energy management for cost centre
analysis, as a measurement value generator for PLC controls or in central building control systems.
Electronic meters should be calibrated and sealed for invoicing purposes in order to guarantee continuous accuracy and to protect the meter from misuse or unintended reprogramming.
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Areas of application
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Electronic energy meters are mainly used for collecting data on
effective and reactive consumption. Their standard area of
application is in the field of energy management for cost centre
analysis. There are various communication possibilities available in
order to avoid time-consuming manual readings at site. The effective pulses can be connected via two impulse outputs e.g. DDC,
PLC, SCADA systems or the data logger ProData®. In the area of
central building control systems the protocols M-Bus, EIB-KNX
and Modbus RTU are available through additional communication
modules which read the actual meters using an optical interface
and which provide the respective value on the field bus through the
interface. The selection of additional values such as voltage, current, power, power factor and frequency together with effective and
reactive energy are available on the bus cable through the communication modules. For consumption data collection, the EM
meters can also be used as instruments for sub-metering for the
UMG604 through Modbus RTU.
Main features
Communication modules: Modbus, M-Bus, EIB-KNX
Direct measurement up to 125A or through current transformer
2 tariffs
With and without MID calibration
Sealed clamp covers
Four quadrants measurement
Measurement values: effective energy,
reactive energy, effective power, reactive power
Class 1
Applications
The electronic energy meters of the EM series are suitable for the
measurement of effective- and reactive-energy consumption.
Measurement is laid out for a 1- and 3- phase system with a voltage
of L-N 184-276VAC. The current inputs are designed for direct
connection or for measurement through current transformers.
Installation is undertaken on DIN-rails, whereby the extremely
compact construction is of particular value. There are two versions
available: a non-calibrated version and a calibrated version (MID).
All meters in the EM series can be sealed. The effective and reactive
energy is available in two tariffs and in four quadrants. The accuracy of the meters is class 1 for effective energy and class 2 for reactive energy.
Data collection and recording
All meters store the counter values in non-volatile memories. The meter reading cannot be reset in the calibrated version. In the noncalibrated version the readings can be reset. The current transformer ratio is fixed (5:5) for calibrated meters.
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technical data
Overview of product variants
Types
EM1-80
EM3-80
EM3-125
EM3-5
without MID
EM1-80 (without MID)
EM3-80 (without MID)
EM3-125 (without MID)
EM3-5 (without MID)
Item number
14.01.301
14.01.320
14.01.330
14.01.310
with MID
EM1-80 (MID)
EM3-80 (MID)
EM3-125 (MID)
EM3-5 (MID)
Item number
14.01.302
14.01.321
14.01.331
14.01.311
General technical data
Operating voltage
184…276VAC
184…276VAC
184…276VAC
184…276VAC
Dimensions [mm]
W= 36 x H= 90 x D=70
W= 72 x H= 90 x D= 70
W= 108 x H= 90 x D= 70
W= 72 x H= 90 x D= 70
Width in units
2
4
6
4
Working temperature
-10…+55°C
-10…+55°C
-10…+55°C
-10…+55°C
Storage temperature
-25…+70°C
-25…+70°C
-25…+70°C
-25…+70°C
Protection class (front/clamps)
IP 51/20
IP 51/20
IP51/20
IP51/20
Max connectable conductors
Current 35mm2
Voltage 2.5mm2
Current 35mm2
Voltage 2.5mm2
Current 50mm2
Voltage 2.5mm2
Current 6mm2
Voltage 2.5mm2
Measurement range
Voltage L-N
184…276VAC
184…276VAC
184…276VAC
184…276VAC
Voltage L-L
-
319…478VAC
319…478VAC
319…478VAC
Current
0.025…80A
0.025…80A
0.12…125A
0.05…6A (…/5A)
Frequency, mains
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Measurement
1-phase
3-phase
3-phase
3-phase
Measurement mode
Direct
Direct
Direct
CTs
Measurement value
Effective energy
Class 1
Class 1
Class 1
Class 1
Reactive energy
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
Class 2
4 quadrants
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2 tariffs
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Effective-, reactive-power
display
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pulse outputs
2
2
2
2
Pulse value
10 Imp/kWh
10 Imp/kWh
10 Imp/kWh
1/10/100 Imp/kWh
Pulse length
100 ± 5ms
100 ± 5ms
100 ± 5ms
100 ± 5ms
Digital input
1
1
1
1
Periphery
Optional communication modules
Modbus RTU / ASCII
Baud rate: up to 115kBaud
Types:
Modbus RTU / ASCII (Basic)
Applicable parameters: Wh, kvarh
Item number: 14.01.400
Modbus RTU / ASCII (Full)
Applicable parameters: Wh, kvarh, V, A, Hz, cosphi, kW, kvar
Item number: 14.01.410
M-Bus
Baud rate: 300…9600Baud
Types:
M-Bus (Basic)
Applicable parameters: Wh, kvarh
Item number: 14.01.401
M-Bus (Full)
Applicable parameters: Wh, kvarh, V, A, Hz, cosphi, kW, kvar
Item number: 14.01.411
EIB-KNX
Baud rate: 9600Baud
Types:
EIB-KNX (Basic)
Applicable parameters: Wh, kvarh
Item number: 14.01.402
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EM1-80 – single-phase energy meter
Dimensional drawing
Circuit diagram
Three-phase energy meter
Dimensional drawing
direct
measurement
with current
transformers
Sealable clamp terminal
Information for connecting meters with CTs
A 6A fuse on L1 is recommended to protect the cables. Current transformers must
not be operated with open clamps because dangerously high voltages can occur.
Failure to observe this information can lead to injury to persons and damage to
property. Furthermore, CTs can be thermally overloaded.
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Circuit diagram
Sealable clamp
terminal
Module technology
Communication modules – width is 1 unit for DIN-rails (35mm)
M-Bus module
Dimensional drawing
Side infrared interface
for communication to
the energy meter
LED operation control
Mains electricity supply
Modbus RTUand ASCII module
Interface
Dimensional drawing
Side infrared interface
for communication to
the energy meter
LED operational control
Mains electricity supply
EIB-KNX module
EIB-KNX interface
LED operational control
Dimensional drawing
Side infrared interface
for communication to
the energy meter
Reset button
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The H series electronic energy meters
Areas of application
Electrical energy meters are used to collect effective energy data.
Their standard area of application is in the field of energy management for cost centre analysis. A pulse output is available in order to
avoid time-consuming manual readings on site.
The effective pulses can be connected via pulse output to e.g.
DDC, PLC, SCADA systems or the data collection instrument
ProData®.
Applications
The electronic energy meters of the H series are suitable for the
measurement of effective energy. Measurement is laid out for a 1and 3-phase system with a voltage of L-N 207-253VAC. The current inputs are designed for direct connection or for measurement
through a current transformer. The meter is installed on a DINrail. The accuracy level of the meter is class 1.
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Main features
Direct measurement up to 65A or through a current transformer
Class 1
S0 interface pulse output
Installation on 35mm DIN rail
7 digit LCD display
“In operation” mode
Data collection and display
Display test –
all segments
activated
All meters store the energy values in non-volatile memories.
The diagram on the right side shows the call-up possibilities for the
various data.
Current transformer
ratio (only for CT
meters)
Current
energy value
= Briefly flashes on and off
with an external light
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Overview of product variants
WH6165
DVH3113
MDVH3106
Item number
(non-calibrated instrument)
14.01.020
14.01.021
14.01.022
Item number
(calibrated instrument)
14.01.023
14.01.024
14.01.025
General technical data
WH6165
DVH3113
MDVH3106
Operating voltage
207…253VAC
207…253VAC
207…253VAC
Dimensions [mm]
W= 36 x H= 106 x D= 61,1
W= 125 x H= 96 x D= 66
W= 125 x H= 96 x D= 66
Width in units
2
7
7
Working temperature
-20…+55°C
-20…+55°C
-20…+55°C
Storage temperature
-25…+70°C
-25…+70°C
-25…+70°C
Protection class (front/clamps)
IP51/20
IP51/20
IP51/20
Weight
140g
500g
500g
Max connectable conductors
Current: 16 mm2, voltage: 2.5mm2
Current: 25 mm2, voltage: 2.5mm2
Current: 10 mm2, voltage: 2.5mm2
Certification
Option
Option
Option
Measurement range
WH6165
DVH3113
MDVH3106
Voltage L-N
207…253VAC
207…253VAC
207…253VAC
Voltage L-L
-
358…438VAC
358…438VAC
Current
0…65A
0…65A
0…5A
Frequency, mains
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
Measurement
1-phase
3-phase
3-phase
Measurement mode
Direct
Direct
CTs
WH6165
DVH3113
MDVH3106
Class 1
Class 2
Class 1
Measurement value
Effective energy
Periphery
WH6165
DVH3113
MDVH3106
Pulse output
1
1
1
Pulse value
1000 pulses/kWh
500 pulses/kWh
5000 pulses/kWh
Pulse length
Min. 30ms
Min. 30ms
Min. 30ms
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Dimensional drawings and connection illustrations
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WH6165
Dimensional drawing
Connection illustration
DVH3113
Dimensional drawing
Connection illustration
MDVH3106
Dimensional drawing
Connection illustration
PM - Power Management
UMG 507Emax
UMG 507Emax
peak demand management systems
Energy consumption varies significantly over a 24 hour cycle period. This leads to massive strains on
production and distribution systems and also causes expensive peak load coverage e.g. pumped
storage power plants. In order to balance out these effective power peaks, the energy suppliers have
introduced corresponding demand price tariffs. According to the tariffs offered by power companies,
the highest measured power peak value within a period of 15 minutes is used to establish the monthly
electricity costs. Using this peak value, the network allocation costs and the monthly energy price are
then calculated. If this peak value is reduced the electricity costs will also be reduced. Due to permanently increasing electricity costs in current times, it is necessary to guarantee the optimum adaptation of load distribution profile to the supply conditions offered by the energy suppliers. The
UMG 507Emax peak demand management systems are the solution. The UMG 507Emax reduces
the power of certain loads or switches them off according to customer defined settings.
Areas of application
Reduction of effective power peaks and, therefore, significant reduction of electricity costs
Avoidance of short-term overloads in energy distribution systems
(e.g. triggers power switches)
Stabilisation of energy supply and production processes
Hotels, canteen kitchens, hospitals, industry, compressors, thermal processes ...
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UMG 507Emax - peak demand management
The intelligent reduction of
effective power peaks
The UMG 507Emax peak demand management systems continuously collect data of all electrical parameters. The
UMG 507Emax is equipped with intelligent algorithms which calculate the effective power trends and compare them with the
agreed target for effective power.
Due to the trend calculations, the UMG 507 can precisely interact with the operational process and can quickly disconnect any
non-critical loads according to information provided by the user. This means that some very expensive power peaks can be safely
avoided and significant cost savings can be achieved. Any random power peaks are avoided. And the processes itself are not negatively influenced.
UMG 507Emax peak demand management system
- Assembled in a steel housing for wall mounting
- Wired ready for connection on terminals
- Includes PSW basic and standard programming
- Auxiliary voltage: 230 V; 50/60 Hz
- Dimensions:
W= 600mm x H= 380mm x D= 210mm
- Colour: RAL 7035
Main features
Optimum limitation of effective power peaks
Up to 32 load shedding stages
Includes UMG 507E power analyser with continuous
measurement (also available with other UMG 507)
RS232, RS485, Modbus, Ethernet
Including PSW software
Capturing short-term interruptions
Harmonics display, monitoring of short-term
interruptions
With Ethernet and embedded web server
UMG 507Emax6 optional with Profibus
Applications
The UMG 507Emax is a multifunctional instrument which is essential as basic equipment in low voltage main distribution
systems. The maximum effective power is reduced with the peak load manager UMG 507Emax through the short period shutdown
of loads. Furthermore, the system also enables time- or event-related switching of loads with the integrated weekly time switch.
The UMG 507E is available as a basic instrument with additional components integrated in compact steel cabinet or as individual
component. As a measuring instrument, the UMG 507Emax monitors the loads upon the electrical supply systems in order to
avoid overload. The UMG 507E is also designed to measure and store almost all electrical parameters including average current
and power values (refer to catalogue page 56 et seq).
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Functional principle
The UMG 507Emax determines the necessary parameters for compliance with up to 5 stipulated nominal values in kW based on the
effective power pulses entering the digital input or the overall effective power calculated by the instrument. The instrument continuously
calculates the average value, actual value, trend value and correction power within the set time period.
If the instrument identifies that the maximum effective power may be exceeded, it checks whether the consumers have to be switched
off using the preset consumer parameters. The aim of this method is to insignificantly impair the operational process with as few switching processes as possible while still complying with the given nominal demand value.
Depending upon the product variant, there are up to 32 shutdown stages available (change over contact is potential free) for the loads
and two optional analogue Emax channels for the control of generators.
Peak demand management up to 32 load shedding stages / 5 nominal values
Measurement period length:
In order to be synchronised with the measurement of the power utility, resetting is undertaken through a digital input of the
UMG 507Emax or through an interface. If the instrument is not reset within the programmed measurement period, it is reset automatically by the internal clock. When the measurement period is reset, the Emax effective power is deleted and a new measurement period
is started. The last measured maximum effective power is used for storing the minimum and maximum values and, if programmed, is
recorded in the UMG 507Emax memory.
Off-time:
This starts at the beginning of the measurement period and avoids brief power peaks at the beginning of the measurement period
leading to shut down.
Pause time:
This is the time between two switching actions. Because switching actions do not have an immediate effect on the network, the delayed
reaction can be regarded with the pause time.
P in kW
Load profile during the day
Target value
Power savings
Involved loads:
Involved loads are given priority for shutdown. Only involved loads are included in the trend value calculation. This means that the
Emax program tries to comply with the maximum demand by only using the “involved loads” under consideration of the switching
times and load power. If this is not possible, other defined loads are also used for shutdown.
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Priority
Each shutdown level can be given priority between 0 and 32. Emax outputs with a priority of 0 are not included in
the trend value calculation undertaken by the Emax program. Emax outputs with a low priority (e.g. 1) are shut
down first and are last to be switched on again.
Connection load
In order to be able to determine the time of shut down more accurately, the nominal load power of the connected
load must be programmed for each Emax output. The switching times allocated to each Emax output are complied
with on priority.
Minimum connection time
This determines how long a load must remain switched on between two switching actions.
This determines how long a load must remain switched off after shutdown.
Maximum disconnection time
This determines how long a load may remain switched off after shutdown.
Availability
The availability of a load can be set as a percentage value.
Illustration: programming using PSW software
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Minimum disconnection time
UMG 507Emax
UMG 507Emax product variants
6 digital inputs
Shutdown stages
Contact type, 1A change over
1 temperature input
1 analogue input
2 passive analogue outputs
RS 232
RS 485
Ethernet 10baseT
Profibus DP V0
Integrated weekly time switch
6
UMG 507MAX6
52.15.217
16
-
UMG 507MAX16
52.15.222
32
-
UMG 507MAX32
52.15.232
= Option
Item number
16MB flash additional memory
Type
256k RAM memory
Interfaces
= Included
More functions and technical data – refer to UMG 507 in the energy measurement technology chapter.
The UMG 507E is integrated in the above variants as a basic unit.
Typical connection
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Technical data
General technical data
Supply voltage L-N, AC
230V, 50/60Hz
Overvoltage category
600V CAT III
Operational voltage
400V, 50/60Hz
Weight (6/12/32 stages)
18/19/20kg
Dimensions
W= 600mm x H=380mm x D=210mm
Mounting
Wall mounting
Working temperature range
-10…55 °C
Protection class
IP 43
Colour
RAL 7035
Software
PSWbasic (PSW professional is optional)
Shutdown stages
6/16/32
Measurement range
Voltage L-N, AC (without voltage transformer)
50…500VAC
Voltage L-L, AC (without voltage transformer)
80…870VAC
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5 A)
0.02...6A
Frequency, mains
45…65Hz
Grid types
TN, TT, (IT)
Measurement in 1-phase / multiphase networks
1ph, 2ph, 3 ph
Communication
Interfaces
RS 232
38.4 kbps
Yes, refer to order details
RS 485
9.6, 38.4, 115.2 kbps
Yes, refer to order details
Profibus DP
9.6kbps up to 1.5Mbps, SUB D 9-pole
Optional for UMG 507MAX6
Ethernet 10 Base-T
RJ45
Yes
Protocols
Modbus RTU
Yes
Profibus DP V0
Option
TCP/IP
Yes
Measurement values
Voltage
L1, L2, L3
L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
Accuracy: ± 0,2% rng
Accuracy: ± 0,2% rng
Current
L1, L2, L3
N (calculated)
Accuracy: ± 0,2% rng
Accuracy: ± 0,6% rng
Effective, apparent or reactive power
L1, L2, L3, Sum L1-L3
Accuracy: ± 0,5% rng
cosphi
L1, L2, L3, Sum L1-L3
Accuracy: ± 0,5% rng
Effective energy (kWh) purchase/supply
Sum L1-L3
Class 1 (.../5A), Class 2 (.../1A)
Reactive energy (karh), inductive/capacitive
Sum L1-L3
Class 2
Apparent energy (kVAh)
Class 2
Mains frequency
K-factor
Accuracy: ± 0,2% rdg
L1, L2, L3
Yes
Average value
Yes
Minimum and maximum values
Yes
Power quality
Harmonics, 1-15 harmonics, odd
Current, voltage L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0,5% rng
Distortion factor THD-U in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0,5% rng
Distortion factor THD-I in %
L1, L2, L3
Accuracy: ± 0,5% rng
Voltage pos./neg./zero system
10ms
Yes
Initialisation current
10ms
Yes
Limit value event recorder
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Short-term interruptions
Yes
PM - Power Management
ProData®
ProData® data logger
Data collection and recording
ProData® data loggers are used for the collection of any physical measurement data (temperature,
pressure, operating period...) or any consumption values (electricity, water, gas, coolant...). ProData®
data loggers consist of a programmable microprocessor, storage media, several interfaces and 16 channels for connecting sensors or pulse generators. External sensors are used to collect the measurement
data and convert it with analogue-digital converters into “memory-safe” data in order to be able to
be stored by the ProData® storage media. The collected data is read out through an interface and is
analysed with suitable software. The ProData® can also be configured for the application through
one of these interfaces (e.g. start and stop time for measurement, measurement intervals etc). Data
loggers are indispensable for energy management systems e.g. for cost centre management. ProData®
data loggers are also indispensable in the field of status monitoring e.g. number of switching cycles
of circuit breakers or operating times for equipment which requires intensive maintenance.
Areas of application
Data collection and recording of meter values and operational conditions
Electricity cost data collection and cost centre management
Analysis of process data
Remote monitoring
Condition monitoring
Alarm signal when a meter reading or condition is reached
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Data collection instrument
ProData® data logger
The ProData ® data logger is suitable for collecting data and recording meter values, operating conditions and process data. The data
can be used for analysing energy consumption, operating hours or
for monitoring switch conditions and faults in buildings and
companies etc. The alarm for faults or limit value violations takes
place through the relay outputs, the analogue modem or field bus.
Main features
▼
The collection and recording of meter values, operating
conditions and process data
16 digital inputs
64 bit counter
128 programmable comparators
RS232, RS485, modem, LON, Modbus or Modbus-master
1 analogue input
1 temperature input
2 relay outputs
Including PSW basic software
Data recording
The analogue measurement values can be recorded in set time intervals (1 sec ...12h) as minimum, average and maximum values. In the
set time intervals (1 sec ...12h), the difference between the overall meter readings and the meter reading at the last recording time is shown.
Condition changes to the inputs can be provided with a time stamp (1 sec resolution) and collected. Various internal events (e.g. failure and
return of the electricity supply) are registered. Condition changes to the programmable limit values/alarm triggers can be recorded as an
event with a time stamp. All recorded values and events are recorded in a ring buffer. This consists of 430KB and is sufficient for 3 months
if the digital counters are recorded every 15 minutes.
Application example –
photovoltaic
UMG 96
S0-Output
PT100
UMG 96
UMG 96
S0-Output
S0-Output
LiYcY 4x0,5
Maximal 100m
PSTN
Solar intensity measurement
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S0-Output
ProData®
Analogue inputs
1 analogue input 0 (4) – 20mA, -20/20mA programmable
1 input for temperature sensor: PT100, PT200, PT500, PT1000, NTC10k or KTY83
The measurement values can be read through Modbus. The temperature measurement value and the scaled 20mA measurement values are
available through LON.
Relay outputs
2 internal relay outputs (change over contact)
31 decentralised relay outputs (optional)
The relay outputs can be used as: Threshold monitoring, alarm contact and annual time switch. The ProData® can handle in
Modbus-master operation up to 31 de-centralized outputs.
Digital inputs
16 digital inputs can be used as:
An overall pulse counter at each input – maximum frequency 50Hz, 64 bit counter
Pulse meter with automatic resetting in set time intervals between 1 sec and 12 hours or
external synchronisation with automatically saved meter reading at the last reset
Collection of all switch-on and shutdown times for each input e.g. operating hour
meter/service intervals. Resolution: 1 sec, maximum time >100 years
Monitoring function for switch-on and shutdown times
Frequency measurement on each input for monitoring flow quantities, power etc.
The stated measurement values can be read through the Modbus. The overall meter readings are available as 32 bit values through
LON. The digital inputs (4x4) can be set as pulse (S0 interface) or as signal inputs using jumpers.
Threshold comparator
The ProData® has 128 programmable comparators. These compare the input value with the upper and lower thresholds (with hysteresis)
and check whether the value is within or beyond of the two threshold levels. The result can be linked to another comparator result
using a logical link (AND, OR, NOT). Various actions can be taken depending upon the result. Switch-on and shutdown delays can
be programmed separately.
Every internal available measurement value or register contents can be used as an input value for a comparator. In the Modbus-master
operation, a measurement value or register of a slave unit can be read and used as an input value.
The following actions are possible:
Switch on or switch off relay output or LED
Set internal status marker
Record event in the ring buffer
Switch on relay output or LED for a programmable time
Write the comparator result in a register of a Modbus slave
Alarm through an analogue modem, text message through a GSM modem
The internal status flags (4 pcs) can be read out through LON. The relays and LEDs can be switched through LON as well.
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Dimensional
drawing
Modbus-master
The RS485 interface can be switched in the master
mode. In this mode, the ProData® registers from
other Modbus units can be read (e.g. additional
ProData® or UMG 503). The ProData® can also
write the results of the programmable comparators
in the registers of other units.
For example, this means that the number of relay
outputs can be increased by connecting a corresponding module to the Modbus as a slave. In the
Modbus-master mode, Modbus telegrams which
enter the RS232 interface and are not intended for
the ProData® are transferred to the connected slaves
on the RS485 bus.
Typical application
Modbus
LON
Relay outputs
Gas consumption
GSM
modem
RS232
Process signal 0 (4) - 20mA
PT 100/200/500/1000
Temperature monitoring
Effective/reactive
energy consumption
Water consumption
Compressed
air/steam
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Overview of product variants
Description
Type
Item number
Data logger
ProData®
52.11.001
External power supply
24VDC
16.05.002
External power supply is necessary
24VDC (+15/-35%)
General technical data
Supply voltage
Overvoltage category
CAT II
Weight
660g
Dimensions
W=174mm x H=110mm x D=57mm
Mounting
DIN rail
Working temperature
-10…55 °C
Storage temperature
Protection class
-20…60°C
According EN60529
IP 20
Effective energy (kWh) purchase/supply
Through the pulse input
Yes
Reactive energy (Karh), inductive/capacitive
Through the pulse input
Yes
Apparent energy
Through the pulse input
Yes
Temperature measurement input
-150…400°C
Accuracy: ± 1°C
Analogue input
-20…20mA
Accuracy: ± 0.3mA
Measurement range
Features
Consumption data collection
Memory size
430kB
Clock
± 1 minute per month
Integrated logic
128 programmable comparators
Event recording
Yes
Yes
Periphery
Digital inputs
As status or pulse input
16 (max. 50Hz, 64 bit counter)
Relay outputs
As switch output, change over
2 (2A, 250VAC)
Temperature measurement input
Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Pt1000, NTC10k, KTY83
1
Analogue input
-20…20mA, scaleable
1
Yes
Software PSW basic/professional
Communication
Interfaces
RS 232
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 115.2 kbps
Yes
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 115.2 kbps
Yes
LON
FTT-10A
Yes
Protocols
Modbus RTU
Yes
LonTalk
Yes
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Prophi ® power factor controller
Page 102
- Power factor controller for use in conventional and
dynamic (fast switching) PFC systems
- Hybrid switching (conventional and dynamic PFC are mixed)
- Protocols: Profibus DP V0 + Modbus (RTU) slave
PFC-Power capacitors
Page 108
- Can-type capacitors in aluminium housing
- Square capacitors in steel housing
- De-tuned power capacitors in steel cabinet
Power factor correction (without reactors)
Page 112
For power factor correction (PFC) in low voltage networks
with a low amount of non-linear loads, i.e. low harmonic
distortion.
De-tuned power factor correction,
active and passive harmonic filter
Page 118
- Passive harmonic filter (de-tuned reactive power compensation,
tuned filters)
- Active harmonic filter (AHFI): the AHFI is a modern, universally
usable active harmonic filter for the reduction of harmonics
and reactive power.
Dynamic (fast switching) power factor correction
Page 132
Switching times of approx 20-30 milliseconds can be achieved with dynamic
reactive power compensation systems. Reactive power compensation can be
achieved in real time together with the highly dynamic power factor controller Prophi®-T
- Drawer modules for integration in existing switch boards
- Dynamic power factor correction (without reactors)
- De-tuned dynamic power factor correction (dynamic harmonic filter)
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Power quality
Power quality and supply reliability are extremely important in the modern world of business. Highly
sensitive equipment and working processes are heavily dependant upon precisely defined power quality. On the other hand, the number of electrical and
electronic consumers with system perturbations is
increasing which means that the networks are
becoming more polluted. Janitza electronics®
offers systems for the improvement of power
quality and the necessary expertise for implementation. You, therefore, improve your power quality,
save electricity, stabilise your processes, avoid
production interruptions and reduce
maintenance costs.
Electricity cost savings
Reduction of reactive power
consumption
Saving of CO2 emissions
Reduction of voltage drops
Avoidance of transients
Compensation of rapidly changing loads
Filtering of harmonics
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Introduction and customer benefits from PFC
In power factor correction systems
the reactive current and the corresponding reactive power drawn by
loads will be compensated by the
means of PFC capacitors.
What is reactive power?
Reactive power is necessary for the generation of electromagnetic fields. Because these fields continuously develop and reduce,
the reactive power fluctuates between producers and users. In contrast to active power, reactive power cannot be used i.e. cannot be converted into another form of energy and strain the electricity supply network and the production equipment (generators and transformers). Furthermore, all energy distribution systems must be constructed larger for the allocation of reactive
currents.
It is, therefore, necessary to reduce the same amount of occurring inductive reactive power near to the consumer with a capacitive reactive power. This process is called compensation. During compensation, the ratio of reactive power in the network reduces by the reactive power of the power capacitor or the PFC system. The energy generation systems and the energy transmission
systems are, therefore, discharged from reactive currents.
What can be done to combat reactive power?
Energy supply companies invoice the reactive consumption whereby significantly increased costs usually occur. Reactive power
compensation systems reduce the high costs for extra reactive consumption and offer the following additional advantages:
Reduced electricity invoices through lower reactive power costs
Reduced I 2 R losses which means lower kWh consumption
Discharge of transformers, cables and supply systems
Increased lifespan of electrical distribution systems
Active environment protection through the reduction of CO2 emissions
Improved utilization of networks i.e. additional loads (kWh) can be connected
Voltage stabilisation (reduced apparent current reduces the voltage drops)
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Optimised control for long
PFC system lifespan
The Prophi® power factor controller has an optimised control mode. The implemented control
algorithms reduces the number of switching cycles as well as the operating time per capacitor stage.
The aim is to have the same number of switching cycles and, if possible, the same operating time
per capacitor stage. In addition, the number of switching cycles is reduced by up to 80%.
The lifespan of the entire system can be significantly increased through even loading of all stages with
an automatically regulated PFC system. This means that invested capital earns money for a longer
time period and that new investments can be avoided.
The hybrid switching (i.e. the combination of capacitor contactors and dynamic thyristor modules
for contact-free rapid switching of capacitors) combines the advantages of rapid switching without
network perturbation with the cost advantages of common PFC systems.
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Prophi® power factor controller
Applications
PFC systems are used to discharge unnecessarily overloaded supply systems through inductive reactive power and to save reactive
consumption costs. The reactive power controller is the main part
of a PFC system and automatically switches capacitors steps on or
off. The Prophi® power factor controller is suitable for use in conventional and dynamic PFC systems. A mixed operation (hybrid
switching) is possible as well.
Features
Illustration: Reverse of Prophi® 12RS
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Automatic configuration
Display of U, I, f, Q, P, S, cos-phi, uneven current
and voltage harmonics, 1-19th
Display of capacitor currents
Display of switching cycles per capacitor step
Display of capacitor step connection time
Zero voltage release within 15ms
Detuning degree in % is programmable for each
step from 0-20%
Setting of discharging time for all capacitor steps
from 0-1200 secs
Capacitor power can be individually programmed
Temperature sensor for ventilator control
Excess temperature shutdown can be programmed
Control of external semiconductors
(max. 50 switch actions per second)
Current transformer input for ../1A and ../5A
Automatic or manual configuration
Password protection
External target cos-phi changeover
Alarm output is programmable for:
Under-voltage recognition
Over voltage recognition
Under-compensation
Measurement current exceeding
Harmonic limit value
Supply of effective power
Excess temperature
Functional principle
The single-phase electronic measuring system collects the reactive and effective current ratios of the network through the current and
voltage measurement. Using the current from one phase and the voltage from the other two phases, the reactive power controller
calculates the necessary reactive power to achieve the set target power factor. The capacitor steps are switched on or off if any differences
occur and the reactive power controller differentiates between the switching of capacitors through contactors or thyristors. The control
through capacitor contactors is optimised; this means that the reactive power factor controller achieves the cos-phi target with a minimum
of switching actions. The transistor outputs control the semiconductor switches for almost immediate compensation of any differences.
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Ventilator control
Simple ventilator controls can be developed with the temperature sensor which is built into the Prophi® and a ventilator. A relay output
or the alarm relay is used for controlling the ventilators. The upper/lower temperature limit can be programmed for this feature.
Automatic configuration
The “LEARN” function offers the opportunity to learn the connection configuration of the power factor controller and save it.
LCD display
The Prophi® power factor controller has a high-quality LCD display with high contrast. Extensive measurement parameters (approx.
100 measurement values) can be displayed via LCD.
Display examples: voltage
reactive power
harmonics
Excess temperature shutdown
Connected capacitor steps can be disconnected with the excess temperature shutdown function in order to reduce the temperature inside the PFC-system cabinet and to protect the
capacitors. The upper/lower limit temperature and pause time can be set by the user.
Upper limit temperature
Interface
The Prophi® power factor controller is equipped with a RS485 interface depending upon the product variant. The Modbus RTU or
Profibus DPV0 protocols are available through the RS485 in order to interconnect the Prophi® or connect it to PLC systems.
Communication speed:
Modbus: 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 115.2 kBit/s
Profibus: up to 1.5 MBit/s
Illustration: RS485 interface terminal configuration
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Product variants and technical data
Transistor outputs (dynamic)
Alarm output
Target cos-phi change over 1/2
Measurement and auxiliary
voltage 400V AC (+10% - 15%) *1
RS 485 interface *2
PSW professional software
6
-
-
-
-
Prophi® 6R
52.08.002
12
-
-
-
52.08.003
-
6
-
Prophi®
-
-
Prophi® 6T
52.08.005
52.08.006
Type
Item number
Relay outputs (conventional)
Overview of product variants
12 R
-
12
-
-
Prophi®
6
6
-
-
Prophi® 6T6R
52.08.007
12
-
Prophi®
52.08.008
6
6
Prophi® 6T6RS
52.08.009
-
12
Prophi® 12TS
52.08.091
= included - = not possible = option
12 T
12RS
*1 - optional measurement and auxiliary voltage 100V, 110V, 200V, 230V, 440V AC (+10% - 15%)
*2 - not possible at 50 switching actions per second
General technical data
Operating voltage L-L, L-N AC
Refer to order details
Overvoltage category
CAT III
Quadrants
4
Sampling rate
3,2 kHz (at 50Hz)
Weight
1kg
Dimensions
W=144mm x H=144mm x D=49mm
Mounting
Front panel installation
Working temperature range
-10…55 °C
Storage temperature range
-20…60 °C
Connectable conductors (U/I)
Single wire, multi-wire, fine-wire,
pin cable lugs, ferrule
0.08 - 2.5 mm2
1,5 mm2
Protection class (front/reverse)
According to EN60529
IP 50/20
Measurement range
105
Voltage L-N, AC (without voltage transformer)
Refer to order details
Voltage L-L, AC (without voltage transformer)
Refer to order details
Current (transformer: x/1 and x/5 A)
0.01..6 A
Frequency of mains
45 ..65 Hz
Grid types
TN, TT, (IT)
Measurement in multi-phase networks
3ph
Prophi®
power factor controller
Measurement values
Voltage
1 phase L-N or L-L
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rdg
Current
1 phase
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rdg
Effective, apparent and reactive power
Sum L1-L3
Accuracy: ± 1% rdg
cosphi
Sum L1-L3
Accuracy: ± 1% rdg
Frequency of mains
Accuracy: ± 0.5% rdg
Minimum and maximum values
Yes
Power quality
Harmonics 1-19, uneven
Current, voltage 1-phase
Accuracy: ± 2% rdg
Distortion factor THD-U in %
1-phase
Yes
Distortion factor THD-I in %
1-phase
Yes
Features
Capacitor current
Yes
Capacitor opertion time
Yes
No. of switching per step
Yes
Zero voltage release
Yes
Automatic configuration
Yes
Password protection
Yes
Periphery
Relay outputs
As switch output
6 or 12, refer to order details
Transistor outputs
As switch output
6 or 12, refer to order details
Alarm output
As status output
1
Digital input
For tariff change over
1, refer to order details
Temperature sensor
Internal
1
Yes
Software PSW basic/professional
Communication
Interfaces
RS 485
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6, 115.2 kbps
Yes, refer to order details
Profibus DP V0
9.6kbps to 1.5Mbps
Yes, refer to order details
Protocols
Modbus RTU
Yes, refer to order details
Profibus DP V0
Yes, refer to order details
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Amount of functions and technical data
Dimensional drawing (all dimensions in mm)
Connection illustration
Illustration: Prophi® 12 RS– reverse side
Typical connection
Illustration: connection example - Prophi® power factor controller 12 RS (item no. 52.08.008) with L2-L3 voltage
measurement, 12 relay outputs, target cos-phi changeover, alarm output and RS485 interface.
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Power capacitors
Highest safety and long lifespan
with dry technology
PFC-Power capacitors for power factor correction allow the configuration of fixed capacitors, automatic PFC systems and harmonic filters for all requirements.
Our capacitors are designed with dry technology due to safety reasons. All capacitors are designed according to the international valid standards EN60831-1 and -2 and are monitored in accordance with
our quality management system.
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Three-phase power capacitors
Main features
The main requirements of power capacitors are a long lifespan and a high level of safety. A quadruple safety system for optimum
protection:
Selfhealing dielectric
Dry impregnation (PCB free)
Over pressure tear-off fuse
Integrated discharge resistors
The over pressure tear-off fuse: the main protection element
If voltage-related, thermal overloads or numerous breakdowns at the end of the lifespan of the capacitor lead to increased self-healing
processes with the corresponding development of gas, excess pressure builds up in the capacitor. The capacitors are generally equipped
with an over pressure tear-off fuse to avoid the capacitor can bursting.
Attention:
This safety principle is only reliably effective within the defined (specified) load and
overload limits.
Technical data and limit values for power capacitors
Standards
IEC 60831-1+2, EN 60831-1+2
Overvoltage
Umax
Un + 10% (up to 8 hours each day) / Un + 15% (up to 30 mins each day)
Un + 20% (up to 5 mins each day) / Un + 30% (up to 1 min each day)
Excess current
Imax
Up to 1,3 x In (up to 1,5 x In combined effects from harmonics,
overvoltage and capacity tolerance)
Inrush current
IS
Up to 300 x In
Losses
Nominal frequency
Approx. 0.2 watt per kvar
f
Capacity tolerance
-5% / +10%
Test voltage (terminal/terminal)
VTT
2.15 x Un, AC, 10 s
Test voltage (terminal/casing)
VTC
Up to Un ≤ 660 V: 3000 VAC, 10 s, over Un = 660 V: 6000 VAC, 10 s
Average life expectancy
t LD(Co)
Up to 150 000 hours
Environmental temperature
-25/D; max temp 55 °C; max 24 hour average = 45 °C; max 1 year average = 35 °C;
lowest temperature = -40 °C
Cooling
Natural or forced air cooling
Air humidity
Operation height
109
50/60 Hz
Hrel
Max. 95 %
Max. 4000m above sea level
Fixing and earth
M12 thread bolts on the housing bottom
Safety
Dry technology, over pressure tear-off fuse, selfhealing, maximum permitted
fault current 10000A in accordance with UL810 standard
Discharge
Discharge resistors
Housing
Aluminium can and steel housing
Protection class
IP20, indoor (optional with terminal cover, IP54)
Dielectric
Polypropylene film
Impregnation
Dry
Number of switching cycles per year
Maximum 5000 switching cycles in accordance with IEC60831
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This protection feature consists of nominal break points in the internal connection wires.
If there is excess pressure in the capacitor, the cylindrical capacitor casing expands and
the electrical supply to the active capacitor elements is irreversibly interrupted at the
nominal break point.
Can-type capacitor in aluminium housing
Delta connected with discharge resistors – protection class: IP00 – frequency: 50Hz
Nominal power in kvar at
a nominal voltage of:
400V
415V
440V
480V
Type
Item
number
Capacity
in μF +10% -5%
Dimensions
kg
525V
2.4
2.6
2.9
3.5
4.17
LKT5,6-610-D52
19.02.575
3x16
D= 60mm x H= 225mm
0.7
2.5
2.7
3.0
3.6
4.3
LKT4,3-525-D52
19.02.505
3x16.6
D= 60mm x H= 150mm
0.5
3.5
3.77
4.17
5
5.9
LKT8,0-610-D52
19.02.570
3x22
D= 60mm x H= 225mm
0.8
4.8
5.2
5.8
7
8.33
LKT11,2-610-D52
19.02.549
3x32
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
0.9
5
5.4
6
7.2
8.6
LKT8,6-525-D52
19.02.510
3x33.2
D= 60mm x H= 225mm
0.8
5.8
6.3
7
8.33
10
LKT10-525-D52
19.02.550
3x38.5
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
0.8
6.25
6.8
7.6
9.0
-
LKT9,0-480-D52
19.02.511
3x41.7
D= 60mm x H= 225mm
0.7
7.2
7.8
8.7
10.5
12.5
LKT12,5-525-D52
19.02.580
3x47.9
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
8.7
9.4
10.5
12.5
15
LKT15,0-525-D52
19.02.503
3x57.7
D= 70mm x H= 265mm
1.2
7.5
8.1
9.1
10.8
-
LKT10,8-480-D52
19.02.515
3x49.9
D= 60mm x H= 225mm
0.7
10
10.8
12.1
14.4
-
LKT14,4-480-D52
19.02.517
3x66.3
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
10.8
11.6
13.1
15.5
-
LKT15,5-480-D52
19.02.516
3x71.4
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
9.3
10
11.2
-
-
LKT11,2-440-D52
19.02.519
3x61.4
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
10
10.8
12.1
-
-
LKT12,1-440-D52
19.02.520
3x66.3
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
11.7
12.5
14.1
-
-
LKT14,1-440-D52
19.02.521
3x77.3
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
12.5
13.4
15.1
-
-
LKT15,1-440-D52
19.02.525
3x82.9
D= 70mm x H= 225mm
1.1
20
-
24.2
-
-
LKT24,2-440-D52
19.02.528
3x132.6
D= 85mm x H= 285mm
2.4
23.3
25.1
28.2
-
-
LKT28,2-440-D52
19.02.526
3x154.6
D= 85mm x H= 355mm
2.5
25
26.9
30.2
-
-
LKT30,2-440-D52
19.02.527
3x165.5
D= 85mm x H= 355mm
2.6
Protection cap with cable gland
construction height + 77mm
SK60
19.02.620
For power capacitors with a diameter of 60mm
Protection cap with cable gland
construction height + 75mm
SK70
19.02.621
For power capacitors with a diameter of 70mm
Protection cap with cable gland
construction height + 77mm
SK85
19.02.622
For power capacitors with a diameter of 85mm
Connection cap for D60/70mm
with spring force clamp 2x6qmm
ASS 1
19.02.610
Height = 28mm
Connection cap for D85mm with
spring force clamp 16qmm
ASS 2
19.02.612
Height = 30.5mm
Square capacitor in steel housing
Application: mainly for fixed PFC, freestanding and for high mechanical protection
With discharge resistors – IP53 – network: 400V/50Hz – nominal capacitor voltage: 440V
LK-440V power capacitors
Nominal power
in kvar
Type
Item
number
2,5
JF440/2,5H/LK
50.61.000
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
5
5
JF440/5H/LK
50.61.050
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
5
10
JF440/10H/LK
50.61.150
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
8
12,5
JF440/12,5H/LK
50.61.200
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
8
15
JF440/15H/LK
50.61.250
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
9
20
JF440/20H/LK
50.61.350
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
10
25
JF440/25H/LK
50.61.400
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
10
30
JF440/30H/LK
50.61.450
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
15
40
JF440/40H/LK
50.61.650
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
19
50
JF440/50H/LK
50.61.700
H341 x W355 x D132 mm
19
60
JF440/60I/LK
50.61.750
H500 x W645 x D165 mm
20
70
JF440/70I/LK
50.61.780
H500 x W645 x D165 mm
20
75
JF440/75I/LK
50.61.820
H500 x W645 x D165 mm
20
80
JF440/80I/LK
50.61.860
H500 x W645 x D165 mm
21
90
JF440/90I/LK
50.61.900
H500 x W645 x D165 mm
21
100
JF440/100I/LK
50.61.945
H500 x W645 x D165 mm
21
Dimensions
kg
Dimensions (mm) 2.5 kvar – 50 kvar
H=341,
W=355,
D=132, A1= only from 50 kvar
A2=300, A3=345, A4=15,
A5=230,
A6=132
Dimensions (mm) from 60 kvar
H=500,
W=645,
D=165, A1=120,
A2=630, A3=680, A4=20,
A5=395,
A6=160
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De-tuned power capacitors in steel cabinets
Application
For fixed PFC in networks with a high proportion of non-linear
loads or for filtering of harmonics.
Nominal voltage:
Protection class:
Cooling:
Filter frequency:
400V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Natural cooling – from 25 kvar
with ventilators in the switchboard
cabinet door
7 % = 189 Hz, 14 % = 134 Hz
KB4: H=600, W=400, D=210, A1=23, A2=430, A3=535
KB8: H=800, W=600, D=250, A1=23, A2=630, A3=735
All measurements in mm.
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7% De-tuning (with reactors)
LK-FK7 power capacitors
Nominal power
in kvar
Type
Item
number
Dimensions
kg
5
JF440/5LK-KB4-FK7
50.24.050
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
23
10
JF440/10LK-KB4-FK7
50.24.100
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
28
12.5
JF440/12,5LK-KB4-FK7
50.24.130
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
29
20
JF440/20LK-KB4-FK7
50.24.170
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
36
25
JF440/25LK-KB8-FK7
50.24.220
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
38
30
JF440/30LK-KB8-FK7
50.24.280
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
40
40
JF440/40LK-KB8-FK7
50.24.350
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
49
50
JF440/50LK-KB8-FK7
50.24.450
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
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14% De-tuning (with reactors)
LK-FK14 power capacitors
Nominal power
in kvar
Type
Item
number
Dimensions
kg
5
JF525/5LK-KB4-FK14
50.25.050
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
24
10
JF525/10LK-KB4-FK14
50.25.100
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
29
12.5
JF525/12,5LK-KB4-FK14
50.25.130
H600 x W400 x D210 mm
30
20
JF525/20LK-KB8-FK14
50.25.170
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
37
25
JF525/25LK-KB8-FK14
50.25.220
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
39
30
JF525/30LK-KB8-FK14
50.25.280
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
51
40
JF525/40LK-KB8-FK14
50.25.350
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
63
50
JF525/50LK-KB8-FK14
50.25.450
H800 x W600 x D250 mm
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Isolator or capacitor contactors available upon request.
Other network voltages, powers, detuning and designs are available upon request.
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Automatic PFC-Systems
(without reactors)
Quality components for a long
lifespan.
Automatic PFC-systems for central compensation in low voltage distribution boards or group compensation of system parts. Due to exclusive use of quality components from leading manufacturers,
the Prophi® power factor controller, as a central control unit, guarantees the best safety and a long
lifespan thanks to the years of experience in the field of PFC- systems.
PFC-systems without reactors are considered for use in applications with a low proportion of nonlinear loads i.e. low harmonic loads. There are four different designs tailor-made to suit your individual application.
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Technical data
Conventional and detuned automatic PFC-systems
Information
PFC-systems without reactors must not be used (refer to DIN EN61921 and other norms)
in the following situations:
Converter power (non-linear loads) > 15 % of the connection power
Overall harmonic distortion of THD-U > 3 %
Networks with de-tuned capacitors
Critical ripple control systems within a range of 270-425Hz
PFC output > 35% of the transformer or connection power
Technical data for automatic PFC-systems
Standards
DIN, VDE 0660 part 500, EN60439-1 and EN60831-1/2
Design in accordance with:
DIN EN60439 part 1, partially type tested combination
Construction form
Steel plate cabinet for KB and ES versions
Mounting plate for MP version
Module for MO version
Power factor controller
Prophi® according to data sheet or selection table
Nominal voltage
400 V, 50 Hz; other voltages upon request
Control voltage
230 V, 50 Hz
Capacitor voltage
440 V at 5.67 - 7 %, 525 V at 14%
Voltage rating of
the capacitor
At p=5.67 - 7 %
8 hours each day
30 minutes each day
5 minutes
1 minute
Power losses
Capacitors <0.3 W/kvar, systems 4-7 W/kvar
System design
Permitted harmonic currents
440 V
484 V
506 V
528 V
572 V
at p = 14%
525 V
577 V
604 V
630 V
682 V
harmonic voltage
I 250 Hz
I 350 Hz
U 250 Hz
U 350 Hz
FK 5,67
FK 7
FK 14
0.565 IN
0.31 IN
0.086 IN
0.186 IN
0.134 IN
0.051 IN
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
5%
Capacitor contactor switching cycles
Max 100,000 switching cycles
Optional thyristor actuator
Unlimited switching cycles
Current transformer connection
.. /1A, ../5A
Nominal power/nominal current
Refer to option overview
Switching ratio
Refer to option overview
Discharging
With discharge resistors in accordance with EN60831-1/2
Installation height
Up to 2000m above sea level
Environmental temperature
According to DIN EN 60439 part 1
Protection class
KB, ES: IP 32 and MP, MO: IP 00
Cooling
Self-ventilating or forced ventilation depending on type
Colour
RAL 7035
Noise emissions (FK)
< 60 dB at a distance of 1m from the closed unit
Connection cable diameters and fuses
Refer to option overview
The following detuning can be applied in networks with ripple control systems:
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Power utility ripple control frequency
Detuning factor
Series resonance frequency
<168Hz
p=14%
fr=134Hz
168-183Hz
p=14/5.67%
fr=134/210Hz
>228Hz
p=7%
fr=189Hz
>350Hz
p=5.67%
fr=210Hz
Compact design
Automatic PFC in compact design (without reactors)
Applications
This is a space-saving design for smaller nominal power levels and wall mounting,
for grids with low harmonic content.
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Natural – pay attention to sufficient convection
Prophi® 6R with AUTO configuration
No reactor
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
Compact design
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Version
7.5
2.5/5
1:2
JF440/7.5ER3KB4
50.39.005
25
KB4
10
2.5/2.5/5
1:1:2
JF440/10ER4KB4
50.39.015
25
KB4
12.5
2.5/5/5
1:2:2
JF440/12.5ER5KB4
50.39.030
25
KB4
15
5/10
1:2
JF440/15ER3KB4
50.39.045
26
KB4
17.5
2.5/5/10
1:2:4
JF440/17.5/ER7KB4
50.39.060
26
KB4
20
5/5/10
1:1:2
JF440/20ER4KB4
50.39.075
29
KB4
25
5/10/10
1:2:2
JF440/25ER5KB4
50.39.095
27
KB4
31
6.2/12.5/12.5
1:2:2
JF440/31ER5KB4
50.39.145
35
KB4
35
5/10/20
1:2:4
JF440/35ER7KB4
50.39.175
35
KB4
40
10/10/20
1:1:2
JF440/40ER4KB4
50.39.195
36
KB4
50
10/20/20
1:2:2
JF440/50ER5KB4
50.39.235
38
KB4
55
5/10/20/20
1:2:4:4
JF440/55ER11KB8
50.39.270
77
KB8
60
10/20/30
1:2:3
JF440/60ER6KB8
50.39.295
78
KB8
75
12/12/25/25
1:1:2:2
JF440/75ER6KB8
50.39.345
70
KB8
80
20/20/40
1:1:2
JF440/80ER4KB8
50.39.370
92
KB8
100
12/12/25/50
1:1:2:4
JF440/100ER8KB8
50.39.420
95
KB8
100
20/40/40
1:2:2
JF440/100ER5KB8
50.39.430
95
KB8
110
10/20/40/40
1:2:4:4
JF440/110ER11KB8
50.39.440
96
KB8
120
20/20/40/40
1:1:2:2
JF440/120ER6KB8
50.39.450
97
KB8
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, powers, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breaker are available upon request.
Extension units, units in ISO housing and audio frequency blocking circuits are available upon request.
Dimensional
drawing
KB4: H=600, W=400, D=210, A1=23, A2=421, A3=560
KB8: H=800, W=600, D=250, A1=23, A2=620, A3=756
All measurements in mm
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Power factor correction systems
in modular design (without reactors)
Applications
These are automatically regulated PFC systems in steel cabinets in modular design. The output can be
easily expanded inside the cabinet or with additional cabinets. For grids with low harmonic content.
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Natural cooling – pay attention to sufficient convection
Prophi® with AUTO configuration
No reactor
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
Modular design ES8184 (W= see below x H= 1820mm x D= 400mm)
Nominal
power
kvar
150
Step
power
kvar
25/25/50/50
150
12/12/25/50/50
150
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Width
1:1:2:2
JF440/150ER6ES8184**
50.81.400
208
800mm
1:1:2:4:4
JF440/150ER12ES8184**
50.81.415
208
800mm
25/25/25...
1:1:1:1:1:1
JF440/150ER6ES8184**
50.81.425
208
800mm
160
20/20/40...
1:1:2:2:2
JF440/160ER8ES8184**
50.81.450
209
800mm
175
25/50/50/50
1:2:2:2
JF440/175ER7ES8184**
50.81.475
210
800mm
175
12/12/25/25/50...
1:1:2:2:4:4
JF440/175ER14ES8184***
50.81.490
210
800mm
180
20/40/40...
1:2:2:2:2
JF440/180ER9ES8184**
50.81.515
211
800mm
200
50/50...
1:1:1:1
JF440/200ER4ES8184**
50.81.540
212
800mm
200
25/25/50...
1:1:2:2:2
JF440/200ER8ES8184**
50.81.550
212
800mm
200
12/12/25/50...
1:1:2:4:4...
JF440/200/ER16ES8184**
50.81.560
212
800mm
200
20/20/40...
1:1:2:2:2:2
JF440/200ER10ES8184**
50.81.570
212
800mm
240
20/20/40...
1:1:2:2...
JF440/240ER12ES8184***
50.81.600
232
800mm
250
50...
1:1:1:1:1
JF440/250ER5ES8184**
50.81.625
233
800mm
250
25/25/50...
1:1:2:2...
JF440/250ER10ES8184**
50.81.635
233
800mm
250
12/12/25/50...
1:1.2:4:4...
JF440/250ER20ES8184***
50.81.645
233
800mm
300
50/50...
1:1:1:1:1:1
JF440/300ER6ES8184**
50.81.670
236
800mm
300
25/25/50...
1:1:2:2...
JF440/300ER12ES8184***
50.81.680
236
800mm
300
12/12/25/50...
1:1:2:4:4...
JF440/300ER24ES8184***
50.81.690
236
800mm
400
50/50/50...
1:1...
JF440/400ER8ES8184***
50.81.693
475
2 x 800mm
500
50/50/50...
1:1...
JF440/500ER10ES8184***
50.81.696
500
2 x 800mm
600
50/50/50...
1:1...
JF440/600ER12ES8484***
50.81.701
525
2 x 800mm
Accessories
Socket
100mm high
SO 100/800/400
29.03.317
5
Socket
200mm high
SO 200/800/400
29.03.322
10
** With Prophi® 6R
*** With Prophi® 12R
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, powers, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers
are available upon request.
Extension units, units in ISO housing and audio frequency blocks are available upon request.
Dimensional drawing
ES8184:
H=1820, W=800, D=400,
A1=374, A2=25, A3=700,
A4=100, A5=1480
All measurements in mm
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Mounting plate
Automatic PFC system on mounting plate (without reactors)
Applications
This is the compact design of a PFC system on mounting plate for installation in existing switchboard cabinets or
distribution boards. For grids with low harmonic content.
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP00
Natural cooling – pay attention to sufficient convection
Prophi® 6R with AUTO configuration
No reactor
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
MP4, MP8 mounting plate
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Version
7.5
2.5/5
1:2
JF440/7.5ER3MP4
50.33.005
10
MP4
10
2.5/2.5/5
1:1:2
JF440/10ER4MP4
50.33.015
10
MP4
12.5
2.5/5/5
1:2:2
JF440/12.5ER5MP4
50.33.030
10
MP4
15
5/10
1:2
JF440/15ER3MP4
50.33.045
11
MP4
17.5
2.5/5/10
1:2:4
JF440/17.5/ER7MP4
50.33.060
11
MP4
20
5/5/10
1:1:2
JF440/20ER4MP4
50.33.075
14
MP4
25
5/10/10
1:2:2
JF440/25ER5MP4
50.33.095
14
MP4
31
6.2/12.5/12.5
1:2:2
JF440/31ER5MP4
50.33.145
26
MP4
35
5/10/20
1:2:4
JF440/35ER7MP4
50.33.175
26
MP4
40
10/10/20
1:1:2
JF440/40ER4MP4
50.33.195
28
MP4
50
10/20/20
1:2:2
JF440/50ER5MP4
50.33.245
29
MP4
55
5/10/20/20
1:2:4:4
JF440/55ER11MP8
50.33.270
29
MP8
60
10/20/30
1:2:3
JF440/60ER6MP8
50.33.295
30
MP8
75
12/12/25/25
1:1:2:2
JF440/75ER6MP8
50.33.345
32
MP8
80
20/20/40
1:1:2
JF440/80ER4MP8
50.33.370
35
MP8
100
12/12/25/50
1:1:2:4
JF440/100ER8MP8
50.33.420
38
MP8
100
20/40/40
1:2:2
JF440/100ER5MP8
50.33.430
38
MP8
110
10/20/40/40
1:2:4:4
JF440/110ER11MP8
50.33.440
39
MP8
120
20/20/40/40
1:1:2:2
JF440/120ER6MP8
50.33.450
40
MP8
Audio frequency blocking circuits, other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon
request.
Dimensional drawing
Slot 9 x 17
MP4: H=555, W=350, D=210, A1=295, A2=555
MP8: H=750, W=550, D=250, A1=510, A2=745
All measurements in mm
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Extractable modules
Power factor correction system on extractable module – M084 (without reactor)
Application
This is a ready to install extractable PFC module for installation in existing switchboard cabinets or low voltage distribution boards.
The module includes capacitors, contactors, 630A bus bar system, HRC fuses and fuse sockets, discharge resistors...
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP00
Natural cooling – pay attention to sufficient convection
None
No reactor
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
PFC Module M084
Step
power
kvar
50
50
50
25/25
1:1
50
10/20/20
50
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
JF440/50EK1MO84
50.80.700
22
JF440/50/2EK2MO84
50.80.740
22
1:2:2
JF440/50/3EK5MO84
50.80.770
22
12/12/25
1:1:2
JF440/50/3/EK4MO84
50.80.774
22
60
20/40
1:2
JF440/60/2EK3MO84
50.80.775
23
60
10/10/20/20
1:1:2:2
JF440/60/4EK6MO84
50.80.776
23
75
25/50
1:2
JF440/75/2EK3MO84
50.80.800
24
75
25/25/25
1:1:1
JF440/75/3EK3MO84
50.80.810
24
75
12/12/25/25
1:1:2:2
JF440/75/4EK6MO84
50.80.811
24
80
40/40
1:1
JF440/80/2EK2MO84
50.80.835
24
80
20/20/40
1:1:2
JF440/80/3EK4MO84
50.80.837
24
100
50/50
1:1
JF440/100/2EK2MO84
50.80.875
25
100
25/25/50
1:1:2
JF440/100/3EK4MO84
50.80.880
25
100
25/25/25/25
1:1:1:1
JF440/100/4EK4MO84
50.80.900
25
100
20/40/40
1:2:2
JF440/100/3EK5MO84
50.80.902
25
100
12/12/25/50
1:1:2:4
JF440/100/4EK8MO84
50.80.903
25
Control module with Prophi® 6R controller,
Fuse separation switch, current transformer clamp and 2m connection cable
(mounted on the capacitor module)
50.80.003
Control module with Prophi® 12R controller,
Fuse separation switch, current transformer clamp and 2m connection cable
(mounted on the capacitor module)
50.80.004
Accessories
Module fixing rail for Rittal cabinet on the left
Module fixing rail for Rittal cabinet on the right
29.12.435
29.12.436
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, powers, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon request.
Dimensional drawing
MO84: H=330, W=703, D=333, A1=290, A2=14, A3=26.5
All measurements in mm
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Nominal
power
kvar
PQS - Power Quality Solutions
De-tuned power factor
correction (with reactors)
Active and passive
harmonic filter
Harmonic filters
for improved power quality.
In electrical power networks, ranging from the industrial electricity network through to office buildings, system perturbation occur when operating electrical and electronic loads. We refer to network
perturbation when the original “clean” sine wave of the voltage or current changes.
Network perturbation cause additional costs and should be limited. Janitza® offers various approaches
to solutions which limit harmonic currents and therefore improve power quality. The solutions range
from passive harmonic filters and de-tuned PFC systems through to state-of-the-art power electronics
in active harmonic filters.
Investments in harmonic filters generally pay off within 6-24 months. This means that kWh losses
are reduced, reactive power costs are decreased, the lifespan of electrical instruments is lengthened
and production processes are stabilised.
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Active and passive harmonic filters
Improvement of power quality, energy savings and
stabilisation of the power supply
The permanently increasing number of non-linear loads in our electricity networks cause
rising “network impurities”. We talk about network perturbations in a similar way to the
way we talk about the environment with its water and air pollution. In an ideal situation,
the generators in a power plant produce a pure sinusoidal-shaped current at the output
terminals. This sinusoidal-shaped voltage form is regarded as the ideal form of alternating
current and any deviation from this form is described as a network perturbations. More
and more consumers take a non-sinusoidal-shaped current from the network. The FFT
fast-fourier- transformation of these polluted currents results in a wide range of harmonic
frequencies which are usually referred to as harmonics.
Harmonics are damaging to electrical networks and can sometimes be dangerous.
Connected loads can suffer in a way which is similar to the unhealthy effect impure water
has on the human body. This results in overload, reduced lifespan and under some circumstances can even lead to premature failure of electrical and electronic components.
Harmonics overloads are the main cause of invisible power quality problems with enormous maintenance costs and investments for the replacement of defective equipment.
Excessive network perturbations and the resulting poor power quality can also lead to problems in production processes and can even result in production stoppages.
Illustration: network perturbation
through a frequency converter
(above: voltage; below: current)
What can you do to improve your power quality?
There are different solutions for the restriction of harmonic currents which are caused by non-linear consumers which can therefore contribute to the improvement of power quality.
De-tuned PFC systems (passive, de-tuned filter)
Passive filters and de-tuned PFC systems are some of the traditional measures. In de-tuned PFC systems, power capacitors are switched
to the network individually or in groups and are regulated according to the power factor. Low-pass filters with a de-tuning factor, which
is more or less dependent upon a broadband filter effect (towards high frequencies), is generated through the filter circuit reactors which
are connected to the capacitor in series. This means that the occurrence of resonance is avoided and some harmonics are reduced from
the network.
Advantages
Network optimisation with de-tuned PFC systems (harmonic filters) from Janitza® result in the following advantages:
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Reduction of electricity bills through the elimination of reactive power
Reduction of electricity bills through reduced kWh losses (I 2 R losses)
Avoidance of resonance problems and significant safety risks
Improvement of the general power quality (reduction of THD-U)
Saving of maintenance costs
Delay or avoidance of new investments through improved utilization of energy distribution systems and equipment
Stabilisation of production processes
Stabilisation of supply voltage
▼
Tuned harmonic filters
Tuned harmonic filters
In special cases such as in weak (low short-circuit power) networks with simultaneously high harmonic loads (e.g. DC drives or ski lifts)
or in cases where the energy supply companies or critical production processes require low THD-U values, which means that a “clean”
electricity quality is required (e.g. research centres, semiconductor industries, long process chains...), it may be necessary to achieve more
harmonic reductions than standard de-tuned PFC systems can manage.
Tuned filter circuits may be the solution in these cases. Tuned filter circuits are adapted to the harmonic currents which must be absorbed, usually a 5th, 7th and 11th harmonic filter branch, and represent very low impedance paths for these currents with the respective
frequencies. These currents are then “sucked off “ and the network is cleaned of damaging harmonic currents.
Medium voltage level
Tuned harmonic filters are
Transformer
solutions which are specific to
Low voltage level
the customer and are not
listed in this catalogue as
standard products.
υ = 11/13
Please contact our sales departυ=7
To filter
circuit
υ=5
From
harmonics
producer
Σ Ιυ
ment or download our “power
quality” questionnaire from the
internet.
M
E.g. Frequency converter
Filter circuits
The impedance of the tuned
harmonic filter circuit in
relation to the impedance
of the network determines
the filter effect.
Impedance network without filter
Impedance filter circuit system
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Harmonic filter
AHFI – Active Harmonic Filter
Passive PFC systems are only capable of compensating a few selected harmonics. Depending upon the network conditions, passive
PFC systems tend towards resonance and can become overloaded.
Active harmonic filters serve the purpose of reducing harmonics caused by non-linear loads and provide highly dynamic reactive
power according to requirements.
Active harmonic filters are connected parallel to the harmonic producers. The AHFI analyses the range of harmonics produced by
the non-linear loads and feeds a counter-phase harmonic compensation current into the network. This means that the corresponding harmonic distortions are neutralised at the connection point.
Network
Load
Current
transformer
Filter current
AHFI
Advantages
In addition to the high level filter effect due to the high bandwidth and the excellent peak current properties of the AHFI, the extremely high
dynamics (i.e. rapid reaction to changing harmonic loads) is one of the fundamental advantages of the AHFI active harmonic filter.
Areas of use
Due to the higher costs in direct comparison with passive filter solutions, active filters are mainly used in the following cases:
In systems in which no, or only limited, additional capacitor power may be installed (power factor close to 1)
Clearly defined harmonic level (THD-U) e.g. critical production with long process chains (chemical industry,
semiconductor production)
High neutral conductor currents (e.g. 3rd harmonic)
Unsymmetrical load on networks
High dynamic of the harmonic distortion and reactive power
Highest harmonic distortion or weak grids
Typical areas of application
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Oil, gas and steel industry
Water treatment
Cement and automobile industry
Paper industry
Tooling machines, drive technology
(frequency converter, servo applications,
DC drives, DC supplies)
Welding machines
USV systems, computer centres
(computer and network connections)
Banks and data centres
Elevator industry, tunnel supplies (ventilation)
De-tuned power factor
correction (with reactors)
Passive harmonic filters
De-tuned, automatically regulated
power factor correction
Passive harmonic filters
De-tuned automatically regulated PFC (passive harmonic filters) for central compensation in low
voltage distribution boards or group compensation. The exclusive use of quality components from
leading manufacturers and the Prophi® power factor controller, as a central control unit, guarantees
the best safety and a long lifespan also thanks to the years of experience in the field of PFC systems.
Reactors with high linearity and low power losses reduce electricity costs.
De-tuned PFC systems are suitable for use in applications with non-linear loads i.e. harmonic loads
(refer to data sheet for maximum harmonic loads).
There are four different product families tailor-made to suit your individual application.
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De-tuned power factor correction (with reactors)
Compact design
De-tuned power factor correction
(harmonic filters) in compact design
Applications
Small sized automatically regulated PFC systems for grids with harmonics.
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
With ventilator in cabinet door from 31 kvar and above
Prophi® 6R with AUTO configuration
5…14 %
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
7% De-tuning with a filter frequency of 189Hz
Compact design
Nominal
power
kvar
Level
power
kvar
Standard
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Version
15
5/10
1:2
JF440/15ER3KB6825FK7
50.52.020
112
KB6825
20
5/5/10
1:1:2
JF440/20ER4KB6825FK7
50.52.040
113
KB6825
25
5/10/10
1:2:2
JF440/25ER5KB6825FK7
50.52.080
116
KB6825
31
6.25/12.5/12.5
1:2:2
JF440/31/ER5KB6825FK7
50.52.110
118
KB6825
35
5/10/20
1:2:4
JF440/35ER7KB6825FK7
50.52.150
122
KB6825
43.75
6.25/12.5/25
1:2:4
JF440/43.75ER7KB6825FK7
50.52.180
138
KB6825
50
10/20/20
1:2:2
JF440/50ER5KB6825FK7
50.52.210
142
KB6825
All measurements in mm
60
10/20/30
1:2:3
JF440/60ER6KB6123FK7
50.52.225
158
KB6123
75
12.5/25/37.5
1:2:3
JF440/75ER6KB6123FK7
50.52.240
167
KB6123
KB6825: W=600, H=800,
D=250, A1=410
KB6123: W=600, H=1200,
D=300, A1=655
14% De-tuning with a filter frequency of 134Hz
Compact design
Nominal
power
kvar
Level
power
kvar
Standard
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Version
15
5/10
1:2
JF525/15ER3KB6825FK14
50.52.520
123
KB6825
20
5/5/10
1:1:2
JF525/20ER4KB6825FK14
50.52.540
124
KB6825
25
5/10/10
1:2:2
JF525/25ER5KB6825FK14
50.52.580
128
KB6825
31
6.25/12.5/12.5
1:2:2
JF525/31/ER5KB6825FK14
50.52.610
130
KB6825
35
5/10/20
1:2:4
JF525/35ER7KB6825FK14
50.52.650
134
KB6825
43.75
6.25/12.5/25
1:2:4
JF525/43.75ER7KB6825FK14
50.52.680
152
KB6825
50
10/20/20
1:2:2
JF525/50ER5KB6825FK14
50.52.710
173
KB6825
All measurements in mm
60
10/20/30
1:2:3
JF525/60ER6KB6123FK14
50.52.725
184
KB6123
75
12.5/25/37.5
1:2:3
JF525/75ER6KB6123FK14
50.52.729
195
KB6123
KB6825: W=600, H=800,
D=250, A1=410
KB6123: W=600, H=1200,
D=300, A1=655
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon
request. Refer to page 127 for accessories.
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7% De-tuned PFC
(harmonic filters) in extractable design
Application
These are automatically regulated PFC systems in steel cabinets constructed in extractable modular design. The output in
the systems can be expanded as required. For grids with harmonics distortions.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Ventilator in cabinet door
Prophi® with AUTO configuration
7 % (189Hz filter)
ES8206:
H=2020, W=800 or 1600,
D=600, A1=537
A2=63, A3=737, A4=62, A5=1480
All measurements in mm
Extractable modular design ES8206 FK7
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Width
60
10/20/30
1:2:3...
JF440/60ER6ES8206FK7 **
50.89.040
278
800mm
75
12/12/25...
1:1:2...
JF440/75ER6ES8206FK7 **
50.89.080
278
800mm
100
25/25/50
1:1:2
JF440/100ER4ES8206FK7 **
50.89.120
288
800mm
100
12/12/25/50
1:1:2:4
JF440/100ER8ES8206FK7 **
50.89.200
288
800mm
100
10/20/30/40
1:2:3:4
JF440/100ER10ES8206FK7 **
50.89.250
288
800mm
120
20/20/40/40
1:1:2:2
JF440/120ER6ES8206FK7 **
50.89.320
340
800mm
150
25/25/50/50
1:1:2:2
JF440/150ER6ES8206FK7 **
50.89.400
344
800mm
175
25/50/50/50
1:2:2:2
JF440/175ER7ES8206FK7 **
50.89.440
367
800mm
200
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/200ER4ES8206FK7 **
50.89.480
314
800mm
200
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF440/200ER8ES8206FK7 **
50.89.520
314
800mm
200
12/12/25/50...
1:1:2:4..
JF440/200ER16ES8206FK7 **
50.89.560
314
800mm
250
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/250/ER5ES8206FK7 **
50.89.600
437
800mm
250
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF440/250ER10ES8206FK7 **
50.89.640
437
800mm
300
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/300ER6ES8206FK7 **
50.89.685
487
800mm
300
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF440/300ER12ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.687
498
800mm
350
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/350ER7ES8206FK7-1S ***
50.89.720
520
800mm
350
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/350ER7ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.722
352/347
1600mm
400
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/400ER8ES8206FK7-1S ***
50.89.744
570
800mm
400
50...
1:1.1...
JF440/400ER8ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.740
2x370
1600mm
450
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/450ER9ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.770
437/347
1600mm
500
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/500ER10ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.800
479/359
1600mm
550
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/550ER11ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.805
2x431
1600mm
600
50...
1:1:1...
JF440/600ER12ES8206FK7 ***
50.89.820
2x481
1600mm
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon request. Refer to
page 127 for accessories.
** with Prophi® 6R, ***with Prophi® 12R
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De-tuned power factor correction (with reactors)
14% De-tuned PFC
(harmonic filters) in extractable design
Application
These are automatically regulated PFC systems in steel cabinets constructed in extractable modular design. The output in
the systems can be expanded as required. For grids with harmonics distortions.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Ventilator in cabinet door
Prophi® with AUTO configuration
14% (134Hz filter)
ES8206:
H=2020, W=800 or 1600,
D=600, A1=537,
A2=63, A3=737, A4=62, A5=1480
All measurements in mm
Extractable modular design ES8206 FK14
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Width
60
10/20/30
1:2:3
JF525/60ER6ES8206FK14**
50.93.040
317
800mm
75
12/12/25/25
1:1:2:2
JF525/75ER6ES8206FK14**
50.93.080
318
800mm
100
25/25/50
1:1:2
JF525/100ER4ES8206FK14**
50.93.120
368
800mm
100
12/12/25/50
1:1:2:4
JF525/100ER8ES8206FK14**
50.93.200
380
800mm
100
10/20/30/40
1:2:3:4
JF525/100ER10ES8206FK14**
50.93.250
387
800mm
120
20/20/40/40
1:1:2:2
JF525/120ER6ES8206FK14**
50.93.320
379
800mm
150
25/25/50/50
1:1:2:2
JF525/150ER6ES8206FK14**
50.93.400
375
800mm
175
25/50/50/50
1:2:2:2
JF525/175ER7ES8206FK14**
50.93.440
407
800mm
200
50
1:1:1:1
JF525/200ER4ES8206FK14**
50.93.480
420
800mm
200
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF525/200ER8ES8206FK14**
50.93.520
421
800mm
200
12/12/25/50...
1:1:2:4...
JF525/200ER16ES8206FK14**
50.93.560
371
800mm
250
50
1:1:1...
JF525/250/ER5ES8206FK14**
50.93.600
478
800mm
250
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF525/250ER10ES8206FK14**
50.93.640
490
800mm
300
50
1:1:1...
JF525/300ER6ES8206FK14**
50.93.685
500
800mm
300
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF525/300ER12ES8206FK14***
50.93.690
500
800mm
350
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/350ER7ES8206FK14-1S***
50.93.720
550
800mm
350
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/350ER7ES8206FK14***
50.93.722
424/365
1600mm
400
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/400ER8ES8206FK14-S***
50.93.740
600
800mm
400
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/400ER8ES8206FK14***
50.93.742
2x424
1600mm
450
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/450ER9ES8206FK14***
50.93.770
2x478
1600mm
500
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/500ER10ES8206FK14***
50.93.800
500/420
1600mm
550
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/550ER11ES8206FK14***
50.93.805
500/478
1600mm
600
50...
1:1:1...
JF525/600ER12ES8206FK14***
50.93.920
500/500
1600mm
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon request. Refer to page
127 for accessories.
** with Prophi® 6R, ***with Prophi® 12R
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Extractable modular design
De-tuned capacitor modules (harmonic filters)
Application
These are automatically regulated PFC modules for installation in existing cabinets or
low voltage distribution boards constructed in extractable modular design. The output
can be expanded to 300 kvar (in series). Supply complete with set of copper bus bar
links for connecting multiple modules.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, , 50 Hz
IP00
Natural – pay attention to sufficient ventilation
None
7 % and 14 %
7% De-tuned capacitor module (189Hz)
Capacitor module M086FK7
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
10
12,5
(width 800mm, depth 600mm)
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
10
JF440/10EK1MO86FK7
50.88.650
24
12,5
JF440/12,5EK1MO86FK7
50.88.680
26
20
20
JF440/20EK1MO86FK7
50.88.710
33
25
25
JF440/25/EK1MO86FK7
50.88.740
33
40
40
JF440/40EK1MO86FK7
50.88.770
43
50
50
JF440/50EK1MO86FK7
50.88.800
45
20/2
10
1:1
JF440/20/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.801
36
25/2
12,5
1:1
JF440/25/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.830
38
30/2
10/20
1:2
JF440/30/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.860
42
40/2
20
1:1
JF440/40/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.890
55
40/3
10/10/20
1:1:2
JF440/40/3EK2MO86FK7
50.88.891
55
50/2
25
1:1
JF440/50/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.930
56
75/2
25/50
1:2
JF440/75/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.932
72
80/2
40
1:1
JF440/80/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.933
72
100/2
50
1:1
JF440/100/2EK2MO86FK7
50.88.931
86
For cabinet depth 600mm
H=330, W=703, D=533, A1=290, A2=14, A3=26.5
All measurements in mm
14% De-tuned capacitor module (134Hz)
Capacitor module M086FK14
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
10
12,5
Switching
ratio
(construction width 800mm, depth 600mm)
Type
Item
number
kg
10
JF525/10EK1MO86FK14
50.92.650
34
12,5
JF525/12,5EK1MO86FK14
50.92.680
35
20
20
JF525/20EK1MO86FK14
50.92.710
40
25
25
JF525/25EK1MO86FK14
50.92.740
40
40
40
JF525/40EK1MO86FK14
50.92.770
52
50
50
JF525/50EK1MO86FK14
50.92.800
54
20/2
10
1:1
JF525/20/2E2MO86FK14
50.92.803
53
25/2
12,5
1:1
JF525/25/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.804
60
30/2
10/20
1:2
JF525/30/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.849
45
40/2
20
1:1
JF525/40/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.850
67
40/3
10/10/20
1:1:2
JF525/40/3EK3MO86FK14
50.92.851
72
50/2
25
1:1
JF525/50/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.890
69
75/2
25/50
1:2
JF525/75/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.893
78
80/2
40
1:1
JF525/80/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.896
78
100/2
50
1:1
JF525/100/2EK2MO86FK14
50.92.892
92
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs (e.g. 500mm cabinet depth) or versions
with circuit breakers are available upon request. Refer to page 127 for accessories.
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Passive harmonic filter
... Accessories
Controller modules
Item
Item number
Controller module with Prophi® 6R controller, 6 steps (relay outputs),
Fuses, current transformer clamps and 2m connection cable
(mounted on the capacitor module)
50.80.003
Controller module with Prophi® 12R controller, 12 steps (relay outputs),
Fuses, current transformer clamps and 2m connection cable
(mounted on the capacitor module)
50.80.004
▼
Fixing rails for extractable modules in Rittal cabinets
Item
Item number
Fixing rail (left) for MO84 Rittal cabinets
29.12.435
Fixing rail (right) for MO84 Rittal cabinets
29.12.436
Fixing rail (left) for MO86 Rittal cabinets
29.12.431
Fixing rail (right) for MO86 Rittal cabinets
29.12.432
Cabinet socket
Item
Item number
Socket 100mm high
SO 100/800/600
29.03.325 & 326
Socket 200mm high
SO 200/800/600
29.03.327 & 319
Harmonic analyser with Ethernet connection
Item
With display in cabinet door
52.15.006
UMG 604E
Din rail mounting (inside the cabinet)
52.16.002
Refer to chapter 2 for other versions
127
Item number
UMG 507E
AHFI – Active Harmonic Filter
The reduction of harmonics
and reactive power
The AHFI is a modern, universally usable active harmonic filter for the reduction of harmonics and
reactive power caused by consumers.
Due to the possible parallel switching of up to five AHFIs, it is possible to tune the output to the
network loads which exist on site. Furthermore, power reserves for highly dynamic reactive power
compensation and for load symmetries can be deployed.
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AHFI – Active Harmonic Filter
... modern and versatile
Many loads in industrial networks e.g. frequency converter, drives, welding
machines etc. take non-sinusoidal-shaped or unsymmetrical currents from the
network.
Without AHFI
With AHFI
These currents generate harmonic currents and lead...
... to additional thermal losses in cables, distribution panels and transformers.
... to changes to the voltage curve shape so that other consumers
(controls; PCs) can be destroyed or operation negatively influenced.
... to unstable network conditions caused by unsymmetrical currents.
Illustration: Harmonic measurements
The AHFI is a modern, universally usable active
harmonic filter for the reduction of harmonics
caused by non-linear loads and for the highly dynamic compensation of reactive power.
High dynamics in changing
harmonic distortions or phase shifts
In addition to the good filtering effect due to the large bandwidth and excellent peak current properties of the AHFI, the
extremely high dynamics (i.e. fast reaction to changing harmonics
loads) represent a fundamental advantage of the AHFI harmonic
filter.
Interfaces for integration of the
AHFI in your system
Extensive communication options with various interfaces such
as Ethernet, RS485, and IOs etc. allow simple integration of
the AHFI in your energy distribution, automation environment or building management system. System parameters such
as voltages, currents, instrument temperatures, unit status etc.
can be intuitively visualised with the software included in the
package.
Illustration: open 300A filter
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Up to 5 units work simultaneously
Due to the possible parallel connection of up to five filters, it is possible to tune the power to the network loads which exist on site.
Furthermore, power reserves for highly dynamic reactive power and for load symmetries can be deployed.
Network current
Load current
Network
AHFI
Load
Illustration: parallel switching of AHFI
Function
The AHFI harmonic filter is connected parallel to the harmonic producers. The AHFI analyses the harmonic range and amounts
caused by non-linear loads and feeds a counter-phase harmonic compensation current into the network.
The AHFI can filter all harmonics up to 50th harmonic. It can feed all harmonics simultaneously; whether it is the full spectrum up to
a 50th or individually selected harmonics. This means that the respective harmonic distortions are neutralised at the connection point.
In addition to the good filtering effect due to the large bandwidth and excellent peak current properties of the AHFI, the extremely high
dynamics (i.e. fast reaction to changing harmonic loads) represent a fundamental advantage of the AHFI harmonic filter.
Active harmonic filters are based on an electronic filter concept with a DC intermediate circuit as an energy buffer. The active harmonic
filter is the most highly developed filter concept with the best filter results.
Network connection
EMC
filter
Grid
contactor
Line
reactor
DC Energy Source
Regulation
Setting
Nominal
value
Control
Analysis
External current
transformer
Illustration: AHFI principle circuit diagram
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Active harmonics filter – AHFI
Overview of product variants
3 conductor
Item number
30A
3 conductor
50.20.004
50A
3 conductor
50.20.001
100A
3 conductor
50.20.002
200A
3 conductor
50.20.005
250A
3 conductor
50.20.006
300A
3 conductor
50.20.003
4 conductor
Item number
30/90A
4 conductor
50.20.007
60/180A
4 conductor
50.20.008
100/300A
4 conductor
50.20.009
200/600A
4 conductor
50.20.010
250/750A
4 conductor
50.20.011
300/750A
4 conductor
50.20.012
Technical data
Switching frequency
Overload capacity
16 kHz
75A to 10 ms
125A to10 ms
Type of cooling
250A to 10 ms
Air cooling
Ambient temperature
625A to 10 ms
750A to 10 ms
Air cooling (internal fluid cooling)
40°C (performance reduction up to 55°C, 2%/K)
Parallel operations
Parallel operations up to 5 units
Interfaces
Ethernet, RS485, ModBus
< 900W
<1300W
< 2200W
< 5000W
< 5900W
< 7500W
Cooling requirements,
ventilation speed regulated
≥ 350 m3/h
≥ 550 m3/h
≥ 1400 m3/h
≥ 2600 m3/h
≥ 3100 m3/h
≥ 3600 m3/h
Noise level (1 m)
60 dBA
60 dBA
68 dBA
70 dBA
70 dBA
70 dBA
Filter performance
Up to 50th harmonic
Installation height
1.000m / performance reduction up to 4,000 m, 1%/100 m
380V-15% to 480V+10% for 3L // 380V -15% to 400V+15% for 4L )1
Nominal frequency
47 ... 63 Hz
Reaction time
300 microseconds
Regulation topology
Digital with FFT analysis
Current limit
Nominal current
Current transformer
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
50:5 ... 5000:5
360x590x290mm
470x970x415mm - 3L
470x1355x415mm - 4L
95 kg-3L
135 kg-4L
Weight
47 kg
Protection class
Standard IP20, optional IP 54
)1 other voltages upon request
3L (3 conductor unit)
4L (4 conductor unit)
800x2000x600mm+socket
depth including climate control door 760mm
395 kg - 3L / 495 kg - 4L
IP 54
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Power losses
Nominal voltage
131
500A to 10 ms
Dynamic (fast switching)
power factor correction
For use with rapid and high
load changes
Dynamic PFC systems are particularly used in applications with rapid and high load changes. These
are automatically regulated systems for central compensation in low voltage distribution boards or for
group compensation of sub-systems.
De-tuned PFC systems for use in applications with non-linear loads i.e. harmonic loads.
There are various designs tailor-made to suit your individual application.
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Dynamic power factor correction
Applications
Dynamic PFC systems are particularly used in applications with
rapid and high load changes. In such cases, conventional PFC
systems are not fast enough to follow the load changes which
means that these systems are either undercompensated or overcompensated.
I in A
↑
ON
Controller signal
Network current without
dynamic PFC
Electromechanical contactors are not suitable for these types of
frequent switching cycles. If contactors or capacitor contactors
are still used in such applications, the contactors are worn out
very quickly and this can lead to significant safety risks for the
whole system. Dynamic PFC systems avoid this problem with
the help of semiconductors. Semiconductors gently connect the
capacitors to the network i.e. without network perturbations
and capacitor stresses.
With dynamic PFC
↑ in sec
Illustration: current reduction through dynamic PFC
This results in the following advantages:
Improved power quality i.e. high inrush currents from power capacitors are avoided
The lifespan of PFC systems is increased
The safety of the full system is significantly increased (i.e. damages due to defective contactors
and as a result of exploding capacitors are avoided)
Extremely rapid regulation of the power factor and therefore consequential reduction of
reactive power costs and kWh losses
Voltage stabilisation (e.g. network support during the start-up phase for large motors)
Improved utilization for energy distribution (transformers, cable, switch gear etc.) through
the elimination of power peaks
Process times can be shortened (e.g. welding)
Automobile industry (welding machines, presses...)
Elevator systems and cranes
Start-up compensation for larger motors
Drilling rigs in oil production
Wind power plants
Welding
Steel production
Plastic injection moulding units
Fishing boats
With dynamic PFC
Without dynamic PFC
Without dynamic PFC
Current
Voltage
Typical applications
With dynamic PFC
Illustration: comparison of current and voltage with and
without dynamic PFC when starting up a large motor.
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De-tuned dynamic capacitor module in extractable modular design
Application
Automatically regulated dynamic PFC modules in extractable design for applications with rapid and high load changes.
This is an extractable module for use in existing cabinets or low-voltage main distribution systems.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP00
5 ... 14%
7 % Reactor
Capacitor module M086FK7Th
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
10
12.5
(width 800mm, depth 600mm)
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
10
JF440/10EK1MO86FK7Th
50.18.650
26
12.5
JF440/12.5EK1MO86FK7Th
50.18.680
28
20
20
JF440/20EK1MO86FK7Th
50.18.710
35
25
25
JF440/25/EK1MO86FK7Th
50.18.740
35
40
40
JF440/40EK1MO86FK7Th
50.18.770
45
50
50
JF440/50EK1MO86FK7Th
50.18.800
47
20
10
1:1
JF440/20/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.801
40
25
12.5
1:1
JF440/25/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.830
42
30
15
1:1
JF440/30/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.860
46
40
20
1:1
JF440/40/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.890
57
50
25
1:1
JF440/50/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.930
58
75
25/50
1:2
JF440/75/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.932
76
80
40/40
1:1
JF440/80/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.933
77
100
50/50
1:1
JF440/100/2EK2MO86FK7Th
50.18.931
90
14 % Reactor
Capacitor module M086FK14Th
(width 800mm, depth 600mm)
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Type
10
10
12.5
12.5
20
Switching
ratio
Item
number
kg
JF525/10EK1MO86FK14Th
50.12.650
36
JF525/12.5EK1MO86FK14Th
50.12.680
37
20
JF525/20EK1MO86FK14Th
50.12.710
42
25
25
JF525/25EK1MO86FK14Th
50.12.740
43
40
40
JF525/40EK1MO86FK14Th
50.12.770
54
50
50
JF525/50EK1MO86FK14Th
50.12.800
56
20
10
1:1
JF525/20/2E2MO86FK14Th
50.12.803
57
25
12.5
1:1
JF525/25/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.804
64
30
15
1:1
JF525/30/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.849
69
40
20
1:1
JF525/40/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.850
71
50
25
1:1
JF525/50/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.890
73
75
25/50
1:2
JF525/75/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.893
82
80
40/40
1:1
JF525/80/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.896
84
100
50/50
1:1
JF525/100/2EK2MO86FK14Th
50.12.892
96
H=330, W=703, D=550,
A1=290, A2=14, A3=26,5
All measurements in mm
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available
upon request. Refer to page 138 for accessories.
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Dynamic PFC in extractable module design
Application
Automatically regulated PFC systems in extractable module design for applications with rapid and high load changes. The modules
are built into steel cabinets constructed in extractable module design in which the output can be expanded as required.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Ventilator in cabinet door
Prophi® with AUTO configuration
None
ES8184:
H=1800, W=800, D=400, A1=537,
A2=63, A3=737, A4=62, A5=1480
All measurements in mm
Extractable module design ES8184Th
W=see below x H=1800mm x D=400mm
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
100
12.5/12.5/25/50
1:1:2:4
125
12.5/25/37.5/50
1:2:3:4
150
12.5/12.5/25/50/50
150
Item
number
kg
Width
JF440/100ER8ES8184Th**
50.81.920
190
800mm
JF440/125ER10ES8184Th**
50.81.921
195
800mm
1:1:2:4:4
JF440/150ER12ES8184Th**
50.81.922
208
800mm
25/25/50/50
1:1:2:2
JF440/150ER6ES8184Th**
50.81.923
208
800mm
175
12,5/25/37.5/50/50
1:2:3:4:4
JF440/175ERES8184Th**
50.81.924
210
800mm
180
20/40/40/40/40
1:2:2:2:2
JF440/180ER9ES8184Th**
50.81.925
211
800mm
200
50/50/50/50
1:1:1:1
JF440/200ER4ES8184Th**
50.81.926
212
800mm
200
25/25/50/50/50
1:1:2:2:2
JF440/200ER8ES8184Th**
50.81.927
212
800mm
200
12.5/12,5/25/50...
1:1:2:4...
JF440/200ER16ES8184Th**
50.81.928
212
800mm
250
50/50/50/50/50
1:1:1:1:1
JF440/250ER5ES8184Th**
50.81.929
233
800mm
250
25/25/50/50/50/50
1:1:2:2:2:2
JF440/250ER10ES8184Th**
50.81.930
233
800mm
250
12.5/12.5/25/50...
1:1:2:4...
JF440/250ER20ES8184Th***
50.81.931
233
800mm
300
50/50...
1:1...
JF440/300ER6ES8184Th**
50.81.932
236
800mm
300
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF440/300ER12ES8184Th***
50.81.933
236
800mm
400
50/50...
1:1...
JF440/400ER8ES8184Th***
50.81.934
380
1600mm
500
50/50...
1:1...
JF440/500ER10ES8184Th***
50.81.935
460
1600mm
600
50/50...
1:1...
JF440/600ER12ES8184Th***
50.81.936
540
1600mm
Type
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon request. Refer to page 138 for accessories.
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Extractable modular design
7% De-tuned dynamic PFC in extractable module design
Application
Automatically regulated PFC systems in extractable module design for applications with rapid and high load changes. The
modules are built into steel cabinets constructed in extractable module design in which the power can be expanded as required.
7% reactors for networks with predominantly 3-phase non-linear loads i.e. a lower proportion of 3rd harmonics.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Ventilator in cabinet door
Prophi® with AUTO configuration
7% (189Hz filter)
ES8206:
H=2020, W=800, D=600, A1=537,
A2=63, A3=737, A4=62, A5=1480
All measurements in mm
Extractable module design ES8206 FK7Th
W=see below x H=2020mm x D=600mm
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
Type
Item
number
kg
Width
60
10/20/30
1:2:3
JF440/60ER6ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.040
290
800mm
75
12.5/12.5/25/25
1:1:2:2
JF440/75ER6ES8206FK7 Th**
50.19.080
290
800mm
100
25/25/50
1:1:2
JF440/100ER4ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.120
306
800mm
100
20/40/40
1:2:2
JF440/100/ER5ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.160
306
800mm
100
12.5/12.5/25/50
1:1:2:4
JF440/100ER8ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.200
306
800mm
120
20/20/40/40
1:1:2:2
JF440/120ER6ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.320
362
800mm
150
25/25/50/50
1:1:2:2
JF440/150ER6ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.400
366
800mm
175
25/50/50/50
1:2:2:2
JF440/175ER7ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.440
379
800mm
200
50
1:1
JF440/200ER4ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.480
381
800mm
200
25/25/50/50/50
1:1:2:2:2
JF440/200ER8ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.520
381
800mm
200
12.5/12.5/25/50
1:1:2:4:4:4
JF440/200ER16ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.560
385
800mm
250
50...
1:1...
JF440/250/ER5ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.600
454
800mm
250
25/25/50...
1:1:2:2...
JF440/250ER10ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.640
456
800mm
300
50...
1:1...
JF440/300ER6ES8206FK7Th**
50.19.685
492
800mm
300
25/25/50...
1:1:2:2...
JF440/300ER12ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.687
496
800mm
350
50...
1:1...
JF440/350ER7ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.722
362/359
1600mm
400
50...
1:1...
JF440/400ER8ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.740
2x376
1600mm
450
50...
1:1...
JF440/450ER9ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.770
459/376
1600mm
500
50...
1:1...
JF440/500ER10ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.800
492/372
1600mm
550
50...
1:1...
JF440/550ER11ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.805
2x456
1600mm
600
50...
1:1...
JF440/600ER12ES8206FK7Th***
50.19.820
2x496
1600mm
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon request. Refer to page 138 for
accessories.
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Application
Automatically regulated PFC systems in extractable module design for applications with rapid and high load changes. The modules are built into steel cabinets constructed in extractable module design in which the power can be expanded as required. 14%
reactors for networks with a high proportion of 1-phase non-linear loads i.e. a high proportion of 3rd harmonics.
Nominal voltage
Protection class
Cooling
Controller
Reactor
400 V, 3-phase, 50 Hz
IP32
Ventilator in cabinet door
Prophi® with AUTO configuration
14% (134Hz filter)
ES8206:
H=2020, W=800, D=600, A1=537,
A2=63, A3=737, A4=62, A5=1480
All measurements in mm
Extractable module design ES8206 Th
W=see below x H=2020mm x D=600mm
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
Switching
ratio
100
12.5/12.5/25/50
1:1:2:4
125
12.5/25/37.5/50
1:2:3:4
150
12.5/12.5/25/50...
150
Item
number
kg
Width
JF525/100ER8ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.200
380
800mm
JF525/125ER10ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.325
390
800mm
1:1:2:4...
JF525/150ER12ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.330
410
800mm
25/25/50/50
1:1:2:2
JF525/150ER6ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.400
410
800mm
175
12.5/25/37.5/50...
1:2:3:4...
JF525/175ERES8206FK14Th**
50.98.440
420
800mm
200
50/50/50/50
1:1:1:1
JF525/200ER4ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.480
430
800mm
200
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF525/200ER8ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.520
430
800mm
200
12.5/12.5/25/50...
1:1:2:4...
JF525/200ER16ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.560
435
800mm
250
50/50...
1:1...
JF525/250ER5ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.600
478
800mm
250
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF525/250ER10ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.640
490
800mm
250
12.5/12.5/25/50...
1:1:2:4...
JF525/250ER20ES8206FK14Th***
50.98.645
495
800mm
300
50/50...
1:1...
JF525/300ER6ES8206FK14Th**
50.98.685
500
800mm
300
25/25/50...
1:1:2...
JF525/300ER12ES8206FK14Th***
50.98.690
500
800mm
400
50/50...
1:1...
JF525/400ER8ES8206FK14Th***
50.98.742
2 x 421
1600mm
500
50/50...
1:1...
JF525/500ER10ES8206FK14Th***
50.98.800
500/421
1600mm
600
50/50...
1:1...
JF525/600ER12ES8206FK14Th***
50.98.920
2 x 500
1600mm
Type
Other nominal voltages, frequencies, outputs, reactors, mechanical designs or versions with circuit breakers are available upon request. Refer to page 138
for accessories.
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Capacitor modules and accessories
Dynamic capacitor modules without reactors (thyristor switches)
400 V, 50 Hz
440 V, 50 Hz
IP00
None
Nominal voltage
Capacitor voltage
Protection class
Reactor
Capacitor module MO84Th
Nominal
power
kvar
Step
power
kvar
50
50
50
25
1:1
60
20/40
75
(width 800mm, depth 400mm)
Switching
ratio
Type
kg
Item
number
JF440/50EK1MO84Th
24
50.81.700
JF440/50/2EK2MO84Th
28
50.81.740
1:2
JF440/60/2EK3MO84Th
28
50.80.775
25/50
1:2
JF440/75/2EK3MO84Th
30
50.80.800
80
40
1:1
JF440/80/2EK2MO84Th
32
50.80.835
100
50
1:1
JF440/100/2EK2MO84Th
34
50.80.875
MO84:
H=330, W=703, D=345, A1=290,
A2=14, A3=26,5
All measurements in mm
Accessories
Dynamic PFC accessories
Item
Type
kg
Item
number
100mm high socket
SO 100/800/600
8
29.03.325 & 326
200mm high socket
SO 200/800/600
15
29.03.327 & 319
PFC controller module
Item
Item
number
Controller module with Prophi® 6T controller,
Fuse separation switch, current transformer clamp and 2m connection cable
(mounted on the capacitor module)
50.10.003
Controller module with Prophi® 12T controller,
Fuse separation switch, current transformer clamp and 2m connection cable
(mounted on the capacitor module)
50.10.004
controller module
Fixing rails
Fixing rail (left) for MO84 Rittal cabinets
29.12.435
Fixing rail (right) for MO84 Rittal cabinets
29.12.436
Fixing rail (left) for MO86 Rittal cabinets
29.12.431
Fixing rail (right) for MO86 Rittal cabinets
29.12.432
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Application options
An overview of software
PSWbasic / PSWprofessional software
Page 142
- Standard supply for the UMG 96S, UMG 503,
UMG 505, UMG 507, ProData® and Prophi® RS units
- PSW basic is included in the standard package/PSW professional is optional
- Parameterisation, visualisation, data management and analysis
PAS 510 software
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- Standard supply for the UMG 510 power quality analyser
- Included in standard package
- Parameterisation, analysis and extensive power quality report
GridVis power visualisation software
Page 150
- Standard supply for UMG 604, UMG 103, UMG 511
- Integration of UMG 507, UMG 96S, UMG 510, UMG 503, UMG 505, ProData
- Graphic programming of user programs, Jasic®
- Parameterisation, visualisation, data management and analysis
OPC server
Page 154
- Standardised interface to other systems
- Integration in central building control system or automation systems
MS Excel analysis tools
Page 156
- Customer specific data analysis such as cost centre analysis
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Software
Software solutions – especially
adapted to suit you
In the field of energy management, the processing and analysis of energy data and measurement data
for electrical power quality is the main focus. All important measurement data should be able to be
documented without any interruptions in order to be able to find reasons for production breakdowns,
manufacturing problems or quality defects. For example, the chronological arrangement of voltage
fluctuations, harmonics or network failures can prove whether these are the causes of the occurring
problems. If insufficient power quality is identified within time, increased wear and tear or the ruin
of electrical supply systems and equipment can be avoided and the danger of fire can be significantly reduced. Load profiles and consumption can be analysed to introduce measures for the improvement of energy efficiency.
The PSW basic/professional software systems, PAS 510 and GridVis of Janitza electronics®
GmbH, are suitable for programming and configuring measurement instruments, data loggers and
reactive power controllers as well as for the administration and visualisation of all measured data. The
electrical data from companies can be monitored at a glance in the topology overviews. The measured values are written in the data memories of the units or directly online in databases and can then
be presented as line graphs, bar charts or histograms.
Power quality reports can be created from the database for measuring instruments according to
actual regulations (e.g. EN 50160). Furthermore, a library of MS Excel macros is available for
further processing and analysis of the gained measurement data.
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Illustration: PAS screen/4 measurement windows
Illustration: ProData® meter readings (e.g. water consumption, gas consumption...)
Illustration: GridVis presentation of various online data
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Software
PSW
PSW database administration
Parameterisation, visualisation,
data management and analysis
The PSW basic programming software is part of the standard delivery package for the UMG 96S,
UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 507 and ProData® instruments free of charge. On one hand, this software enables simple and complete parameterisation of the respective measurement instruments and
on the other hand, allows the measurement value memory of the unit (if available) to be read out.
The optional PSW professional software enables an even more user friendly processing of the data.
The PSW professional software allows online presentation of measurement values, topology views,
the analysis of historical data and data management with various databases etc.
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PSWbasic versus
PSWprofessional software
What are the differences?
The PSW basic programming software which is included in the standard delivery package offers on one hand, simple and complete parameterisation of the respective measurement instruments and on the
other hand, allows the measurement value memory of the unit (if available) to be read out. The data are recorded in PSW basic as .txt documents and can be reprocessed in MS Excel.
Main features
The PSW basic/professional system software allows the programming, readout and visualisation of measuring instruments, data
loggers and power factor controllers of Janitza electronics® GmbH.
Visualisation of measurement values
Administration of up to 255 measuring instruments per project
Freely selectable number of projects
Automatic ring buffer readout from the instruments
Online collection and recording of measurement values for instruments without an internal memory
DDE data exchange for the display of actual values in MS Excel
Storage of data in an ACCESS or MySQL database
Conversion of the data in ASCII format
Integrated measurement value manager for up to 40 cost centres
MS Excel macros available free of charge
Configurable topology view with freely selectable register levels
Configuration of measurement instruments within the analysis software
Supported the following languages: German/English/Spanish/Turkish/Dutch and Chinese
Applications
The PSW professional software has a multitude of applications:
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Convenient programming of measurement instruments
The development of extensive energy management systems
Visualisation of energy supplies with the help of a topology view
Automatic data readout and archiving
Cost centre management i.e. simple and precise calculation of electricity costs
Stabilisation of energy supplies with alarm functions if limit values are exceeded e.g. overvoltage or short-term interruptions
Improvement of power quality e.g. harmonic analysis for root cause analysis
Load profile analysis e.g. consumption forecast for electricity contract negotiations
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The PSW professional software which is available as an option enables
specific visualisation of the energy supplies in the topology view by the
customer. With the online presentation, measurement data can be
directly noted on the PC. The convenient options of the presentation
and analysis of historical data from the database makes PSW profesVoltage UMG 507 with min. and max. values (200ms)
sional software indispensable. The automatic ring buffer readout and
integrated data management has a particularly positive effect in projects with an average to a large number of measuring instruments
as data can be stored in various database formats. The data are stored chronologically in a database for each measurement parameter.
For smaller projects, the supplied ODBC ACCESS database driver, which is standard in Windows, can be used. The use of a MySQL
database is recommended for projects with more than 10 instruments. The measurement data is directly utilised from the databases
and is graphically presented in the software or converted into energy costs. Two different scales (i.e. different units) can be displayed
per graph. Up to 8 graphic windows can be operated simultaneously.
PSW
Presentation of measurement data
The PSW professional software differentiates between online and off-line measurement data. Two forms of presentations are available for
online presentation. The first option is the topology overview. Any background in .jpg format can be loaded e.g. a scheme of the existing
energy distribution.
The measurement instruments can now be distributed on this scheme using their actual locations and the selected measurement data can
be displayed online. Any limit value excesses are shown in colour. The status of inputs and outputs can also be displayed.
The topology overviews enable a quick overview of the complete energy network with the possibility of localising faults, such as harmonic
producers, by comparing the individual measurement points and enable the user to check the defined tolerances at a glance.
The second option for online presentation is the
graphic line recorder function. Selected measurement values can be monitored online. The graph is
continuously extended with new measurement data.
Up to 1000 measurement values can be recorded in
a graph. The oldest values are deleted.
DDE server and data exchange
Instruments with a measurement value memory can
either be read out manually or at automatic intervals. Online values can also be directly recorded in
the stipulated database. Actual measurement values
can be transferred directly into MS Excel using a
DDE server.
Illustration: topology view for visualisation of the energy supply
Data analysis with MS Excel macros
In order to be able to offer an affordable solution, e.g.
for cost centre analysis, Janitza electronics® GmbH
offers customer specific MS Excel solutions. An expensive process control solution is, therefore, superfluous.
Most measurement data in Janitza products are also
available as an MS Excel macro or in the MS Excel
function.
These macros collect the respective measurement data
from the database provided by the PSW professional
software and incorporate it in the MS Excel document. The time periods, for example, are now entered
and the respective consumptions, costs or graphs are
issued. All MS Excel instruments are available for creating the MS Excel document. The MS Excel macro is
incorporated in MS Excel as an add-in.
Illustration: ProData® meter readings (e.g. water consumption, gas consumption...)
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System requirements
The software can be operated with Windows 2000/Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems.
The recommended system requirements are:
PC Pentium with 1.6Ghz and beyond
512 MByte main memory
Approx. 20MB hard drive space for the main program
Approx. 1MB hard drive space per month per unit for the storage
of 10 measurement parameters per unit in a MySQL database
19” colour monitor with a resolution of 1280 x 1024
Graphic card with min. 64MB
CD Rom drive
Ethernet interface
USB or RS232 interface
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Gateway function
Using the Modbus gateway function, UMG types without an Ethernet interface (e.g. UMG 503, UMG 96S) can also be read out through
the Ethernet network. UMG 507E, EP, UMG 510, UMG 604 or UMG 511 offer Ethernet / Modbus gateways. The UMG 96S, for
example, is connected to the RS485 interface of this unit as a slave. This means that up to 31 units can be linked using the UMG 507E/EP
or UMG 510.
Internet
Browser
analysis
Illustration: UMG 507/96 overview scheme (master slave)
Product overview
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Description
Item number
PSW demo
51.00.111
PSWbasic
51.00.104
PSWprofessional
51.00.114
PSW release code 2-20 units
51.00.101
PSW release code 21-255 units
51.00.102
Software
PAS 510
Power quality analysis
in accordance with EN50160 and EN61000-2-4
The PAS 510 software is part of the standard package for the UMG 510 and MRG 510Flex power
analysers. The software helps you to read out and graphically present measurement data either online as actual values or from the measurement value memory. The data can be displayed as line graph,
bar chart or histogram. Furthermore, it serves the purpose of programming the measurement instruments.
The EN50160 and EN6100-2-4 analysis tools allow the rapid analysis of both standards. At a glance,
it is easier to identify whether the norms are fulfilled throughout the respective measurement period
and a copy can be directly created on paper or as PDF document.
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PAS 510 software
The PAS 510 programming and analysis software, which is part of the UMG 510 standard
delivery package, enables a simple and complete parameterisation of the UMG 510 power
quality analyser.
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Customer specific visualisation of the energy
supply is possible with the topology view. The
individual UMG 510 can be operated online.
Measurement data can be directly recorded on
the PC using the online presentation.
Furthermore, the PAS 510 offers convenient
opportunities for presentation and analysis of
historical data from the database. The automatic ring buffer readout and integrated data
management has a particularly positive effect
in medium and large sized projects as data can
be stored in various database formats. Power
quality analysis in accordance with EN50160
or EN61000-2-4 is possible with just a few
mouse clicks. An extensive power quality
report can be automatically created and can be
passed on as a PDF document.
Abb.: PAS-snapshot of graphic analysis
Main features
PAS 510 system software allows the programming, readout and visualisation of the UMG 510 power analysers:
Visualisation of measurement values
Automatic ring buffer readout of the instruments
Storage of the data in a database
Graphic presentation of online measurement values
Power quality analysis in accordance with EN50160 or EN61000-2-4
Automatically generated power quality report
Configurable topology overview with freely selectable register levels
Configuration of the measuring instruments
Applications
The PAS510 software has a multitude of applications:
Convenient programming of measurement instruments
The development of extensive energy management systems
Visualisation of energy supplies with the help of a topology view
Automatic data readout and archiving
Monitoring of the power quality
Documentation of the power quality for freely definable period of time
Analysis of the root causes of faults
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PAS 510
Programming and configuration
The UMG 510 and MRG 510Flex power analysers are completely parameterised with the help of the PAS 510 software. The instruments
can be given any name and the CT and PT values can be set. Trigger values for the measurement of events and transients, as well as the
measurement values which are to be stored and their recording intervals are determined. Limit values for the monitoring function of
the digital outputs are programmed using the comparator or the pulse value for the digital inputs or outputs. The ripple control frequency
of the energy supplier can be set and field bus profiles can be created. The time server for time synchronisation is also determined. If it is
necessary to carry out an update on the measuring instrument, this can conveniently be done in the programming mode without the instrument having to be dismantled or returned to Janitza. The most recent updates for software and instrument firmware is available free of charge at www.janitza.de
Online data
All measurement values are available in the online measurement mode as a line graph or bar chart. The line graphs are permanently updated
and the oldest data is deleted after a while. Two scales for measurement data in two units can be created. Any number of measurement
data from each unit, including from several measurement instruments, can be observed in the same graph. The colours in the graph can
be changed as required.
Instrument view
An instrument view can be called up for each UMG 510 which is found in the network. You can observe the actual display and fully operate the unit in the same way as on site.
Wave form grafic
In order to show the distortion level of voltage and current the wave forms can be displayed.
Illustration: online presentation of the current and voltage form
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Phasor diagram
With the phasor diagram any load unbalance, poor
power factor, the rotary field direction and the phase
angle can be identified at a glance.
Data storage
The UMG 510 contains a data memory space of
128MB. The measurement data are stored in a SQL
database when the memory is read. The Hsqldb and
MySQL formats are available for storing the data.
Due to the higher speed, we recommend that the
data is stored in a MySQL database. MySQL can be
downloaded free of charge on www.MySQL.org.
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Offline data
The data which are stored in the database can be
presented as a line graph, bar chart or histogram in
the PAS 510. Particularly interesting periods of time
can be enlarged with the zoom feature. The graphs
can be provided with titles and comments and can
be printed out. The display of transients and events
is of particular importance for error analysis.
Power quality report
Power quality reports in accordance with EN50160
or EN61000-2-4 over freely selectable time periods
can be created with the push of a button which can
then be transferred as a PDF document or printed
out on paper.
Illustration: power quality report
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Software
GridVis
Grid visualisation
for more transparency in the network
The GridVis software is part of the standard package supplied with the UMG 511, UMG 604 power
analyser and the UMG 103 universal measuring instrument.
This software can be used to present the measurement values as actual values online and a graphic
presentation of the values read from the measurement value memory is possible.
The topology overview guarantees a quick overview of the complete electricity network. The GridVis
software also serves the purpose of parameterisation of the measurement instruments. Furthermore,
the creation of customer-specific programs is possible using our own developed program language,
Jasic®, or the user-friendly graphic programming periphery.
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GridVis
Software for grid visualisation
Main features
The GridVis grid visualisation software enables the following:
Visualisation of measurement values
Automatic ring buffer readout from the instruments
Storage of the data in a database
Graphic presentation of online measurement values
Configurable topology overview with freely selectable register levels
Configuration of the measuring instruments
Graphic programming of user programs or programming with the Jasic® source code
Parameterisation, visualisation, data management and analysis
Measurement data analysis
Applications
The GridVis software has a multitude of applications:
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The development of extensive energy management systems
Visualisation of energy supplies with the help of a topology view
Documentation of the power quality for freely definable period of time
Analysis of the root causes of faults
Cost centre management i.e. simple and precise electricity cost calculation
Stabilisation of energy supply through the alarm function when limit values are exceeded e.g. overvoltage or short-term interruption
Improvement of power quality e.g. harmonic analysis for fault detection
Load profile analysis e.g. consumption prognosis for electricity contract negotiations
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The GridVis programming and grid visualisation software, which is part of the UMG 604 and UMG 103
standard delivery package, enables a simple and complete parameterisation of the UMG 604 and UMG 103
power analysers. Customer specific visualisation of the
energy supply is possible with the topology view. The
individual measurement instrument can also be operated online using the mouse. Measurement data can be
directly recorded on the PC using the online presentation. Furthermore, the GridVis offers convenient opportunities for presentation and analysis of historical data
from the database.
The automatic ring buffer down load and integrated
data management has a particularly positive effect in
medium and large sized projects as data can be stored in various database formats. In addition to the UMG 511, UMG 604 and
UMG 103, the UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 507, UMG 96S and UMG 510 instruments are also integrated into the software. User
programs can be freely programmed for the UMG 604 with the graphic programming.
GridVis
Programming and configuration
The UMG 604 power analysers are completely parameterised with the help of the GridVis software. The instruments can be given any
name and the CT and PT values can be set. Trigger values for the measurement of events and transients, as well as the measurement values
which are to be stored and their recording intervals are determined. Limit values for the monitoring function of the digital outputs are programmed using the comparator or the pulse value for the digital inputs or outputs is established. The external temperature sensor can be
selected. The time server for time synchronisation is also determined. If it is necessary to carry out an update on the measuring instrument, this can conveniently be done in the programming mode without the instrument having to be dismantled or returned to Janitza.
The most recent updates for software and instrument firmware is available free of charge at www.janitza.de
Unlimited programming options
The Jasic® programming language opens up so many new opportunities because
you are no longer tied to just the fixed integrated functions in the instrument.
You can expand the instrument to include your own functions. Up to seven freely
definable user programs can run at the same time.
The graphic programming option for user programs is a fully new aspect in the
field of digital power analysers. These can be used to create user-specific programs
such as free programming of inputs and outputs or the issue of reports when a
defined limit value is reached. In addition to the user-friendly graphic programming, the user is free to program the source code directly.
Online data
Illustration: graphic programming
All measurement values are available in the online measurement mode as a line graph or bar chart. The line graphs are permanently updated and the oldest data is deleted after a while. Two scales for measurement data in two units can be created. Any number of measurement data from each unit, including from several measurement instruments, can be observed in the same graph. The colours in the graph
can be changed as required.
Illustration: GridVis presentation of various online data
Topology overview
A device view can be called for up for each UMG604 which is found in the network. It is not only possible to observe the actualdisplay but to control the unit completely by remote control as if you were on site. Furthermore, any jpg document can be assigned
e.g. a drawing of buildings or distribution systems. All measurement data for the UMG device can be presented simultaneously online.
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Event and transient browser
Freely defined periods of time can be checked with
regard to transients and events using the two event
and transient browser functions. These functions
(compare illustration: transient browser) are especially important for error analysis.
Data storage
Illustration: Transient Browser
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The UMG 604 contains a data memory space of
128MB. The measurement data are stored in a SQL
database when the memory data are downloaded.
The Derby, SQL and MySQL formats are available
for saving the data. Storage in a MySQL database or
a Microsoft SQL server database is recommended
because these are faster than the Derby database.
This has a particularly positive effect for larger projects. MySQL can be downloaded free of charge
from www.MySQL.org.
Offline data
The data which are saved in the database can be
presented as a line graph, bar chart or histogram in
the GridVis software. The data are stored in the
database according to parameters, year, month and
day. The data can, therefore, be selected accordingly. Particularly interesting periods of time can
be enlarged with the zoom feature. The graphs can
be provided with titles and comments and can be
printed out. The display of transients and events
also takes place here a the transient or event browser.
The flag browser can be used to examine whether
measurement data are missing at certain periods of
time or whether the data are not reliable.
Illustration: Freely configurable data memory and average time
Licences
The following extension modules are available for the GridVis software as an option:
GridVis licence 1, item number 51.00.117
GridVis licence 3, item number 51.00.119
Graphic programming module – write/read Modbus
This allows the graphic programming of the UMG604 as a
Modbus master for reading/writing Modbus units using the
graphic programming.
Database driver for the MySQL server
This enables the data exchange between the GridVis and a
MySQL server.
Without this driver, the GridVis software uses the integrated
Derby database.
GridVis licence 2, item number 51.00.118
Database driver for the Microsoft SQL server
This enables the data exchange between the GridVis and a SQL
server. Without this driver, the GridVis software uses the integrated Derby database.
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GridVis licence 4, item number 51.00.120
Devices driver for generic Modbus devices
Allows an integration of non-Janitza devices via Modbus.
Software
OPC server
GLT
Intranet
Modbus TCP/IP
OPC variables
OPC server
OPC server –
the big, wide world of automation
We often need to incorporate measurement values from power analysers into non-Janitza visualisation
systems but the existing visualisation system does not support the protocol which is contained in the
measuring instrument. OPC servers serve as an interface between the measuring instrument and the
central building control system or PLC in these cases.
OPC drivers, therefore, offer a standardised interface for easy data exchange without exact knowledge
about the communication options in the counterpart system.
The OPC can be used to link the measurement data with the data from other trades and archive it
in the database structures for process control techniques. OPC drivers for process control techniques
are used by almost all renowned manufacturers of building automation systems.
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OPC server
Modbus Suite TOP Server
Janitza electronics® GmbH has been recommending the proven and cost-effective OPC Top server with Modbus suite from
Software Toolbox (www.softwaretoolbox.com) for years. Support is also provided in connection with UMG measuring instruments
and power analysers.
Functions of the OPC server
The OPC server is a software driver and must be installed on a PC in the network. If the existing automation software is already
running on a computer with sufficient power reserves and if the operating system is compatible with the OPC server, installation is
possible on this computer. If sufficient power reserves are available, the OPC server also runs on systems in which PSW
professional/PAS 510 or GridVis is already installed. The software driver contains a Modbus TCP/IP or a Modbus over TCP/IP Master
and an OPC server. The data (e.g. measurement values) is read out using the Ethernet interface (port 502 or port 8000) and is passed
on to the OPC server. The OPC server then passes on the data to the OPC client of the external program. Access can be simultaneously
gained to up to 6 software applications on port 502 of the UMG 507E/EP and UMG 604E/EP. Another two applications can be simultaneously accessed on downstream measuring instruments using the RS485 (Ethernet encapsulation). This means that measurement
data can be simultaneously read with PSW/GridVis and the OPC server.
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Configuration of the OPC server
The OPC server is configured using a
convenient operating area but does require some basic knowledge of the data types
(Word, float etc) and bus technology.
Communication settings can be individually adapted for each channel.
Following data types
are supported:
Char, Byte, Long, Float, Word and
Double as big-endian and little-endian.
The OPC server also contains an OPC
Quick Client for quick online control of
the data. This means that the data is
automatically taken from the configuration
table and displayed. The statistics function
assists fault detection.
Illustration: Determining OPC variables
The meaning of OPC
OPC is an abbreviation for “OLE for process control” and is a standardised interface in the field of automation technology.
This term is frequently used in the field of
building automation. OPC was created to
provide industrial bus systems and protocols with a universal communication possibility. An OPC driver can be integrated
into any size control and monitoring
system without any major adaptation
efforts.
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Illustration: OPC Quick Client
Illustration: Communication settings
Software
MS Excel analysis tools
Customer-specific
MS Excel solutions
In order to be able to offer an affordable solution, e.g. for cost centre analysis, Janitza electronics®
offers MS Excel solutions specific to the customer. An expensive process control solution is, therefore, superfluous. The measurement data in Janitza electronics® products also available thrugh MS
Excel macro or in the MS Excel functions. The costs per data point in MS Excel are just a fraction
of the costs for a data point in process control technology.
Another advantage is the maintenance of the system. Simple changes can be made by the user at
any time if the user has sufficient knowledge about MS Excel. Furthermore, the MS Excel macros
can be installed on as many computers as required. There are no additional license costs. Obviously
a licensed MS Excel version (2003 or 2007) with the most recent service packs is a prerequisite.
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MS Excel analysis
The analysis of measurement data can be carried out using the software for the instruments or additionally by using the MS Excel
macros which are available as an option. The macros produce MS Excel functions similar to the familiar MS Excel function = sum ().
The macros can be incorporated in MS Excel as an add-in. The macros use an ODBC driver to directly access the measuring instrument’s database. Complex analysis can be created even if the user only has moderate knowledge of MS Excel.
The customer specific MS Excel solutions, which are directly created by Janitza electronics®, can program progress charts and user
interfaces which are specially produced for the application. For example, it is possible to create a complete cost analysis as a PDF
document with the push of a button. The integration of the building plan or the entering of a password is also possible.
You will not recognise the standard MS Excel at all. The MS Excel solutions developed by us come very close to visualisation system
but only cost a fraction of the price and do not have any complicated, expensive license management. You only require a licensed
version of MS Excel on the computer on which the analysis is to be carried out. The actual macros it self can be used as required.
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Database
Software PSW
etc.
ODBC
ODBC driver
MS Excel
Janitza electronics®
Analysis
Main features
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Affordable, just a fraction of the cost per data point in comparison to process control visualization solutions
View changes can be undertaken by the end customer at any time if the customer has sufficient MS Excel knowledge
The complete functional diversity of MS Excel is available
Many users can access the database via MS Exel at the same time
Many programs can directly access MS Excel
The MS Excel macros are consistently adapted to the database models of Janitza electronics®.
This means that a rapid data flow rate is achieved.
The standard MS Excel terms are used for all Janitza® MS Excel functions such as sum = (..,...)
A standard file with the most important analysis is available free of charge
The software supports MS Excel 2003 and MS Excel 2007 with ribbon UI
A user interface in the look&feel function in Office 2007 (ribbon UI) can be created
MS Excel analysis tools
Applications
The MS Excel functions which are especially programmed for the database model offer a wide range of selection options. For example, it
is possible to let the software carry out a targeted search for peak values. It is even possible to create an average value over any period of
time and to create the maximum value of a measurement parameter. The loading of a transformer can also be identified at an early stage.
Here is a small selection of the possible functions:
AverageValue: provides the average value of a measurement parameter in a month
AverageDates: provides the average value of a measurement parameter within the time range
Maximum: provides the maximum value of a measurement parameter in a month
MaximumDates: provides the maximum value of a measurement parameter within the time range
MaximumDate_time_month: provides the date and time of the maximum value
Minimum: provides the minimum value of a measurement parameter in a month
MinimumDates: provides the minimum value of a measurement parameter within the time range
MinimumDate_time_month: provides the date and time of the minimum value
ConsumedRealEnergy: provides the effective energy drawn in a month
ConsumedRealEnergyDates: provides the effective energy drawn within the time range
Get_AvgValues_oneMonth: this function produces a list with measurement values for a month.
A total of more than 50 functions are available
Example of an application implemented with macros
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MS Excel VBA
VBA (Visual Basic for applications) is an independent, object-orientated programming language for MS Office applications. It serves the
purpose of expanding the extent of functions of MS office products. Through the use of these programs (macros), MS Excel becomes even
more powerful because MS Excel tables can be automated for example.
Who can profit from the MS Excel analysis tools?
Total
Hall B
Hall 2
Hall 1
Facilities
Illustration:
graphic presentation of energy consumption per cost centre
Function
The macros take the respective measurement data from the database created by PSW professional, PAS 510 or GridVis and enter it in an
MS Excel document. The time periods, for example, are now simply entered and the respective measurement values, consumptions, costs
or other values calculated by MS Excel are issued as a graph or table. All MS Excel instruments are available for creating the MS Excel
documents. The MS Excel macro is incorporated in MS Excel as an add-in. This can be used to create graphics of the building complex
or systems. Set function keys can be used to zoom in on individual buildings or building parts in order to be able to monitor the incurred costs, consumptions or any other measurement data.
Illustration: configuration of costs centres
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Analysis tools are applied when functions of the PSW professional, PAS
510 or GridVis software systems are not sufficient. They, therefore, make
sense for complex cost centre analysis, large-scale applications and when
measurement data has to be compared with certain specifications. The
MS Excel analysis tools can be an affordable introduction to the world
of process control technology for medium-sized companies which do
not have their own building automation and visualisation. But MS Excel
analysis tools can also offer an option to make necessary data accessible
to all members of staff in large companies in which all employees may
not have access to building automation. This means that consumption
levels and power peaks can easily be passed on to controlling in customer specific form or invoices can be issued directly from MS Excel if the
MS Excel sheet already has an invoice template.
MS Excel analysis tools
Advantages
The data are made available as measured in the databases of the various software systems of Janitza electronics® GmbH. However, in the
MS Excel analysis tools any computing processes can be undertaken which are provided by MS Excel. The measurement data from the
macros can be reprocessed in formulas. This means that the facility manager has almost unrestricted options for analysis e.g. for the
comparison with reference data, for percentage distributions, for comparisons of various properties or any graphs etc. This means that the
customer is no longer tied to the rigid functions of ready to use software and can either create MS Excel sheets himself, whereby Janitza
electronics® GmbH provides the macros, or he can allow Janitza electronics® GmbH to undertake programming of complete solutions
(service against payment at very reasonable charges).
Illustration: actual comparison of energy consumption
Procedures
In order to be able to create MS Excel solutions specific to the customer, Janitza electronics® needs a specification in which the functions
of the MS Excel analysis tools are described. The costs are exclusively based on the time needed for programming. These costs can be kept
low with active cooperation e.g. the customer provides prepared tables or building plans in MS Excel. Our sales team is pleased to support you and work together with you on a suitable and affordable solution.
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Accessories
Current transformers
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Moulded case current transformer class 1
Moulded case current transformer class 0.5
Summation current transformer
Cable split core current transformer
Split core current transformer
DIN rail current transformer
Mechanical and electronic accessories
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Adapters for DIN rail mounting
Blank cover
Connectors
Terminal strips
IT/field bus components
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USB to RS232 adapter cable converter
RS 232 to RS 485 converter
Star repeater
ComServer
WAGO I/O
M70 series I/O
M-Bus converter
Ethernet switch
ISDN router
PowerToStore (mini UPS)
NTP server
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- For time synchronisation of the measuring instruments
Database server
Page 192
- Individual server solutions
Touch panels (HMI)
Page 196
- For visualisation of measurement values and
energy data at site from 3.5” to 15”
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Accessories
Accessories
The respective communication systems are necessary
for the development of extensive energy
management systems.
Janitza electronics® offers a wide range of
field bus components such as converters
and repeaters etc.
In order to be able to manage the large
quantities of data and maintain availability
over the years, we offer high
speed servers with the
necessary reliability.
Touch panels are used
for simple visualisation,
including in industrial
environments.
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Remote maintenance
Database
server
ISDN
RS232
JPC 150
Ethernet TCP/IP
Ethernet TCP/IP
Ethernet
switch
Ethernet TCP/IP
PST
UMG 507
GPS antenna
for NTP server
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
Modbus slave
digital outputs
UMG 604
Modbus slave
digital outputs
UMG 103
M70: digital
outputs
RS485
RS232
RS485
JPC 35
PFC
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UMG 96S
NTP server
E-max
M-Bus®
M-Bus / RS232
converter
UMG 96S
Accessories
Current transformers
Current transformers –
the link between power currents and
digital technology
Obviously currents of several hundreds to thousands of Ampere cannot be directly digitally measured.
Current transformers convert almost any amount of primary current into “bite-sized” secondary
currents. The secondary output is .../1 or .../5A.
Janitza electronics® GmbH has a wide range of various current transformers whether these are moulded case type current transformer, summation current transformer or cable split core type transformer.
It is recommended to select the accuracy classification of the current transformer to match the accuracy
classification of the connected measuring instruments.
Areas of application:
Conversion of high primary currents into standardized secondary currents .../1A or .../5A
Transformer classes 0.5 or 1 depending on the instrument
Transformers are available for various bus bars and cables
Moulded case type transformers for cable or bus bars
Cable split core type transformers for cables when the electricity path cannot be opened
Summation current transformers
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Applications
Current transformers are used when currents cannot be directly
measured. They are a special form of transformers which transform
the primary current into a (mostly) smaller secondary current and
galvanically separate the primary and secondary circuits from each
other. Due to the physically determined saturation aspect of the
core material, additional protection against high currents in the
secondary circuit is achieved.
General mechanical properties
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Sturdy plastic housing made of polycarbonate
Flame resistant in accordance with UL94VO
and self extinguishing
Nickel secondary clamps with positive-negative
screws (2Nm)
Integrated secondary clamp plates
Dimensional drawing IPA40.5
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Dimensional drawing 7A412.3
Dimensional drawing 8A512
Dimensional drawing 6A315.3
Dimensional drawing IPA40
Moulded case current transformer
class 1
Technical data
Nominal frequency 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Insulation class E (other classifications upon request)
Thermal short-term current Ith = 60 x IN/1s
Surge current Idyn = 2.5 x Ith, minimum
100kA for all bushing type current transformers
Highest voltage for materials Um = 0.72kV
Calculation of insulation level (test voltage) 3kV/1 min (in accordance with EN6044-1)
Overvoltage limit factor FS5 or FS10
Harmonic currents up to the 50th harmonic
Item number
Construction width
Circular conductor
Primary conductor
Class
Power in VA
Secondary current in A
Primary current in A
Type (dimensional
drawing pg 165)
Description
Overview of current transformers class 1
Current
transformer 50/5 -1
IPA 40
50
5
2.5
1
40x10mm, 30x15mm, 25x20mm
30mm
70mm
15.02.150
Current
transformer 75/5 -1
IPA 40
75
5
2.5
1
40x10mm, 30x15mm, 25x20mm
30mm
70mm
15.02.170
Current
transformer 100/5 -1
6A315.3
100
5
2.5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.181
Current
transformer 150/5 -1
6A315.3
150
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.190
Current
transformer 200/5 -1
6A315.3
200
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.200
Current
transformer 250/5 -1
6A315.3
250
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.210
Current
transformer 300/5 -1
6A315.3
300
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.221
Current
transformer 400/5 -1
6A315.3
400
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.230
Current
transformer 500/5 -1
6A315.3
500
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.240
Current
transformer 600/5 -1
6A315.3
600
5
5
1
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.250
Current
transformer 800/5 -1
7A412.3
800
5
5
1
40x12mm, 2x30x10mm
33mm
70mm
15.02.270
Current
transformer 1000/5 -1
7A412.3
1000
5
5
1
40x12mm, 2x30x10mm
33mm
70mm
15.02.280
Current
transformer 1250/5 -1
8A512.3
1250
5
5
1
50x12mm, 2x40x10mm
42mm
85mm
15.02.290
Current
transformer 1500/5 -1
8A512.3
1500
5
5
1
50x12mm, 2x40x10mm
42mm
85mm
15.02.295
Accessories
Snap fixing
For EN50022-35 DIN rails, suitable for IPA 30 and IPA 40 versions
15.02.159
Snap fixing
For EN50022-35 DIN rails, suitable for 6A315.3, 7A412.3 and 8A512.3 versions
15.02.199
Secondary current transformers .../1A upon request.
Dimensional drawings – refer to page 165.
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Moulded case current transformer class 0.5
Technical data
Nominal frequency 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Insulation class E (other classifications upon request)
Thermal short-term current Ith = 60 x IN/1s
Surge current Idyn = 2.5 x Ith, minimum
100kA for all bushing type current transformers
Highest voltage for materials Um = 0.72kV
Calculation of insulation level (test voltage) 3kV/1 min (in accordance with EN6044-1)
Overvoltage limit factor FS5 or FS10
Harmonic currents up to the 50th harmonic
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Circular conductor
Construction width
2,5
0.5
40x10mm, 30x15mm, 25x20mm
30mm
70mm
15.02.850
Current
transformer 75/5 -0,5
IPA 40.5
75
5
2,5
0.5
40x10mm, 30x15mm, 25x20mm
30mm
70mm
15.02.851
Current
transformer 100/5 -0,5
IPA 40.5
100
5
5
0.5
40x10mm, 30x15mm, 25x20mm
30mm
70mm
15.02.852
Current
transformer 150/5 -0,5
IPA 40.5
150
5
10
0.5
40x10mm, 30x15mm, 25x20mm
30mm
70mm
15.02.853
Current
transformer 200/5 -0,5
6A315.3
200
5
3,75
0.5
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.854
Current
transformer 250/5 -0,5
6A315.3
250
5
5
0.5
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.855
Current
transformer 300/5 -0,5
6A315.3
300
5
5
0.5
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.856
Current
transformer 400/5 -0,5
6A315.3
400
5
5
0.5
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.857
Current
transformer 500/5 -0,5
6A315.3
500
5
5
0.5
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.858
Current
transformer 600/5 -0,5
6A315.3
600
5
5
0.5
30x15mm, 20x20mm
28mm
60mm
15.02.859
Current
transformer 800/5 -0,5
7A412.3
800
5
5
0.5
40x12mm, 2x30x10mm
33mm
70mm
15.02.860
Current
transformer 1000/5 -0,5
7A412.3
1000
5
5
0.5
40x12mm, 2x30x10mm
33mm
70mm
15.02.861
Current
transformer 1250/5 -0,5
8A512.3
1250
5
5
0.5
50x12mm, 2x40x10mm
42mm
85mm
15.02.862
Current
transformer 1500/5 -0,5
8A512.3
1500
5
5
0.5
50x12mm, 2x40x10mm
42mm
85mm
15.02.863
Secondary current transformers .../1A upon request.
Dimensional drawings – refer to page 165.
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Item number
Class
5
Primary conductor
Power in VA
50
Primary current in A
IPA 40.5
Type
Current
transformer 50/5 -0,5
Description
Secondary current in A
Overwiev of current transformers class 0,5
Summation current transformers (CTs)
Applications
Summation current transformers have the task of adding up the secondary currents from various main, CTs and,
therefore, making the measurement of an instrument accessible. Summation current transformers redeliver a norm signal at the
output. This means that not only an addition of the input currents takes place but also the sum is divided through the amount of summands (number of inputs). We differentiate between summation current transformers for even and uneven main
transformers.
General mechanical properties
Sturdy plastic housing made of ABS, IP40
Flame resistant in accordance with UL94VO and self extinguishing
Nickel clamps with positive-negative screws
Integrated contact protection, IP10
Nominal frequency 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Insulation class E (other classifications upon request)
Thermal short-term current Ith= 60 x IN/1s
Surge current Idyn=2.5 x IN
Maximum operating voltage Um = 0.72kV
(other voltages upon request)
Calculation of insulation level (test voltage)
3kV/1min (other voltages upon request)
Overvoltage limit factor FS5 or FS10
Class
5+5
5
15
1
15.02.510
SCT 5+5+5 -1
IPS30
5+5+5
5
15
1
15.02.515
SCT 5+5+5+5 -1
IPS40
5+5+5+5
5
15
1
15.02.520
Type
Item number
Power in VA
IPS20
Primary
current in A
SCT 5+5 -1
Description
Secondary
current in A
Overview of current transformers class 1
Class
5+5
5
15
0.5
15.02.511
SCT 5+5+5 -0.5
IPS30
5+5+5
5
15
0.5
15.02.516
SCT 5+5+5+5 -0.5
IPS40
5+5+5+5
5
15
0.5
15.02.519
Type
Item number
Power in VA
IPS20
Primary
current in A
SCT 5+5 -0.5
Description
Secondary
current in A
Overview of current transformers class 0.5
Note: the conversion ratio of the main CTs must be provided when placing an order.
The ratio of the largest to smallest primary current should not be greater than 10:1 for uneven main transformers.
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Cable split core CTs – 27mm
Applications
Thanks to the compact dimensions and simple mounting with
cable binders, the 2-part split core CT KUW is particularly suitable
for use in limited spaces or in areas which are difficult to reach.
Cable split core CTs are especially used in cases where the electricity
path may not be interrupted.
The special rubber coating around the PVC housing keeps the parts of the current transformer together and additionally protects
against external influences. The UV-resistant cable binders enable a quick and convenient installation on the insulated primary cable.
The specified data below relate to the ends of the multi-coloured coded 5m long secondary leads which are supplied.
...for 27mm cable diameter
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Technical data (27mm diameter)
Application
Indoor/only for insulated cables
Capacity Ith
60*In/1s
Insulation material class
E
Ambient temperature
-5 to +40°C
Frequency
50/60Hz
Primary conductor
Cable with max. 27mm diameter
Length of secondary conductor
5m, multicolour coded
Diameter
0.5mm2
Version
PVC
Class at 5m
3
15.02.350
1
3
15.02.351
2
3
15.02.352
KUW125-27
125
1
2.5
3
15.02.353
KUW150-27
150
1
3.75
3
15.02.354
KUW200-27
200
1
3.75
3
15.02.355
KUW250-27
250
1
3.75
3
15.02.356
KUW300-27
300
1
0.5
1
15.02.357
KUW400-27
400
1
2.5
1
15.02.358
KUW500-27
500
1
5
1
15.02.359
KUW60-27
60
KUW75-27
75
KUW100-27
Item number
Power in VA at 5m
Secondary current in A
1
100
1
1
1
Type
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Primary current in A
Overview of variants (27mm diameter)
Dimensional drawing
Cable split core CTs – 42mm
Technical data (42mm diameter)
Application
Indoor / only for insulated cables
Capacity Ith
60*In/1s
Insulation material class
E
Ambient temperature
-5 to +40°C
Frequency
50/60Hz
Primary conductor
Cable with max. 42mm diameter
Length of secondary conductor
5m, multicolour coded
Diameter
0.5mm2
Version
PVC
1
15.02.360
0.25 - 0.5
1
15.02.361
0.25 - 1.5
1
15.02.362
KUW500-42
500
1
0.25 - 2.5
1
15.02.363
KUW600-42
600
1
0.25 - 5
1
15.02.364
KUW750-42
750
1
0.25 - 5
1
15.02.365
KUW800-42
800
1
0.25 - 5
1
15.02.366
KUW1000-42
1000
1
0.25 - 5
1
15.02.367
KUW250-42
250
KUW300-42
300
KUW400-42
Item number
Class at 5m
0.25 - 0.5
400
1
1
1
Type
Power in VA at 5m
Secondary current in A
Primary current in A
Overview of variants (42mm diameter)
Dimensional drawing for 42mm cable diameter
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Split core current transformers
Split core current transformer
For bus bars:
For cables:
2 x 60 x 10mm
60 x 10(35)mm
Max diameter 35mm
Split-200
Item number
150
Class
100
Split-150
Power in VA
Primary current in A
Split-100
Secondary current in A
Type
Overview of product varials
3
3
15.02.800
4
3
15.02.801
200
5
5
5
5
3
15.02.802
Split-250
250
5
5
3
15.02.803
Split-300
300
5
7.5
3
15.02.804
Split-400
400
5
5
1
15.02.805
Split-500
500
5
7.5
1
15.02.806
Split-600
600
5
7.5
1
15.02.807
Split-750
750
5
10
1
15.02.808
Split-800
800
5
10
1
15.02.809
Dimensional
drawing
Split core current transformer
For bus bars:
For cables:
2 x 80 x 10mm
80 x 10(32)mm
Max diameter 32mm
Class
Item number
Power in VA
Secondary current in A
10
0.5
15.02.810
10
0.5
15.02.811
1250
5
5
5
10
0.5
15.02.812
Split-1500
1500
5
15
0.5
15.02.813
Split-1600
1600
5
15
0.5
15.02.814
Split-2000
2000
5
15
0.5
15.02.815
Type
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Primary current in A
Overview of product variants
Split-1000
1000
Split-1200
1200
Split-1250
Dimensional
drawing
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Current transformers
DINCT64/1/1 – DIN rail current transformers
“Deeper” measurements (sub-distributions or loads/individual output) are more and
more common in electrical installations. The nominal currents are, therefore, relatively
low (64, 32 or 16A), the space is restricted and the accuracy of the current transformer
must be sufficient for the power measurement (minimum class 1). These characteristics
are often difficult to combine.
The DINCT64/1/1 combines these characteristics in a single product. Due to the unique construction, no solder, crimp or clamp connections are required. The secondary
leads are 1 meter long.
Technical data
Transmission ratio:
Accuracy:
Power:
Icth; continuous limit current:
Ith; thermal limit current:
Frequency:
Secondary lead diameter:
Ambient temperature:
Standard:
Material:
Item number:
64/1A (32/1A & 16/1A)
Class 1
0.5VA
120%
60xIn/1s
50Hz
0.5mm2
45°C max.
IEC6000-44-1
PA6.6
15.02.849
Applications
Transmission ratio 32/1A
2 x loop
Nominal measurement current 32A
Max measurement current 38A
Transmission ratio 64/1A
1 x loop
Nominal measurement current 64A
Max measurement current 76A
Primary lead
Primary lead
Transmission ratio 16/1A
4 x loop
Nominal measurement current 16A
Max measurement current 19A
Primary lead
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Current transformer accessories
Voltage taps
A fast voltage tap is often required for measurement tasks. With the ZK4S and ZK4B voltage taps, the tap can take place directly
from a copper rail.
ZK4S
Colour: black
Connection measurement cable = 4mm2
Fuse: 250V 6,3A
For bus bars 4 - 15mm
Item number: 10.11.525
ZK4S
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ZK4B
Colour: blue
For bus bars 4 - 15mm
Item number: 10.11.526
ZK4B
1 set of voltage taps
Consisting of 3 x voltage taps ZK4S (item number 10.11.525) and
1 x voltage tape ZK4B (item number 10.11.526)
Item number: 10.11.527
ZK4R
Isolated Tool for fixing the taps
1000V EN/IEC60900:2004
Item number: 10.11.528
Dimensional drawing
Technical specification
Max operating voltage
690V
Test voltage/pulse
3kV/50Hz 6kV
In max
10A
Insulation material class
E (max 120°)
Fuse type
5x25mm (with alarm)
10A SIBA DIN41576-2
Short-circuit resistance
[email protected]/50Hz
Protection class
IP20
Environmental temperature
-5...+40°C 1)
Temperature increase on rails
Max 75K 1)
Primary connection
M8 interior Allen screw
Interior Allen wrench
Number 6
Maximum rail thickness
15mm / 4mm
Housing
Polyamide (PA6.6)
Clamp material
Nickel plated brass
1) Max temperature of primary rail 120°C (sum of environmental temperature
and temperature increase of the rail)
(all dimensions in mm)
ZK4S
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ZK4B
Accessories
Mechanical accessories
Mechanical and electronic accessories
– assembly and installation assistance
Instruments often have to be mounted on DIN rails, cut-outs in doors which are no longer needed
must be closed, digital outputs have to be made potential-free and so on and so forth. Janitza electronics® GmbH supplies little helpers which make mounting work easier for the customer.
Areas of application:
DIN rail mounting of front panel mounting devices
Covering or reducing the size of cut-outs
Connection of RS485 bus interfaces
Potential separation of outputs
Power filters for the protection of the UMG series against heavy network interference
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Mechanical accessories
Mechanical accessories for UMG devices
Description
Type
Calibration protocol UMG
(available for all UMG except UMG 96L)
33.03.300
Adapter for DIN rail mounting
UMG 96L / UMG 96 / UMG 96S
Dimensions: W x H x D = 85 x 113 x 90 mm
AH96
52.09.201
Adapter for DIN rail mounting UMG 96S with Profibus
Dimensions: W x H x D = 85 x 113 x 90 mm
AH96P
52.09.202
Adapter for DIN rail mounting
UMG 505 / 503 / 507, Prophi®
Dimensions W x H x D = 160 x 80 x 80 mm
AH144
52.07.666
Sealing (front protection class to IP65) for UMG 96-96S
Sealing (front protection class to IP65) for UMG 503-511,
and Prophi®
D96
D144
29.01.907
29.01.903
Blank cover in black plastic 96 x 96 mm
BA96
29.12.001
Blank cover in black plastic 144x144 mm
BA144
29.12.002
Adapter plate 144 mm to 96 mm RAL 7032
Adapter plate 144 mm to 96 mm RAL 7035
AB144/1
AB144/2
29.12.912
29.12.913
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Item number
Mechanical accessories
Accessories for universal measuring instruments
Description
Type
Item number
Profibus connector 9 pole, SUBCON-PLUS-ProfiB/AX/SC
AX/SC
13.10.539
Some instruments with Profibus connections require a Profibus connector. The incoming bus cable is connected to the
1A/1B terminal and the continuing bus conductor is connected to the 2A/2B terminal. The slide switch is used to activate the terminal resistance at the beginning and end of the bus system. The terminal clamps (2A/2B) are simultaneously
switched off for the continuing bus conductor.
Note:
For the UMG 507, the Profibus connector is also
used for the Modbus.
Accessories for universal measuring instruments
Description
Type
Item number
Ethernet front feed-through with extension frame and
RJ45 socket type VS-08-BU-RJ45/BU
EFD
13.080.16
Protective cover; flat design for covering the RJ45
contact insert in the extension frame
EFDD
13.080.17
Grid filter for the UMG 96
NF96
52.09.200
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Mechanical accessories
Accessories for universal measuring instruments
Description
Type
Item number
Function module mounted on DIN rails for the UMG 507,
digital outputs on coupler relay (potential free converter)
with power supply and 2m cable (ready to use)
KMK6
52.15.200
Extra: KMK6-UMG 507
Function module mounted on a DIN rail for the UMG 507
Digital outputs on coupler relay (potential free converter) with
24V DC power supply and 2m cable (ready to use)
Power supply input voltage: 115 ... 230V AC
Nominal power per relay: 8A / 250V AC
Application: maximum demand monitoring of UMG 507 for 6 loads;
a WAGO module is required for more than 6 loads
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Extra: circuit diagram
2m
UMG 507
KMK6
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Accessories
IT and field bus components
IT and field bus components
In addition to simple data collection with power analysers, industrial data communication, i.e. the
transfer, central storage and processing of the data, also plays an important role in energy management.
Janitza electronics® offers frequently used and proven IT and field bus components supported by
Janitza®. Interface converters are included together with IO modules, repeaters, industrial Ethernet
switches, ISDN modems, signal converters and a mini UPS for problem-free operation of your
system.
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Field bus components
De-centralized WAGO/I system for UMG 507 and UMG 604
Assembly
The decentralised field bus couplers of the WAGO I/O system are controlled using
the RS485 Modbus RTU or using the Ethernet TCP/IP. Communication takes place
between the UMG and one or more bus couplers into which the respective inputs and
outputs are plugged-in. The WAGO I/O system is fixed to a DIN rail. If the RS485
is used, a Profibus cable or a suitable cable e.g. Li2YCY (TP) 2x2x0.22 should be used
whereby the maximum distance between the master and slave must not exceed 1000 m.
WAGO standard components
The WAGO field bus couplers can generally be used with all plug-in terminals from
WAGO. However, only the most common ones are shown here:
Illustration: WAGO coupler with RS485
connection (15.06.202) with outputs
(15.06.250) and end terminal (15.06.251).
Standard WAGO components
Description
Item No.
Field bus coupler, Modbus RTU, RS485
for digital and analogue signals,
9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 115.2 kBaud, supply voltage 24VDC
15.06.202
Field bus coupler, Ethernet TCP/IP
for digital signals, supply voltage 24VDC
15.06.204
Digital output terminal 2-channel relay, 230 VAC,
2 change-over 1A
15.06.250
Analogue output terminal 2-channel, 0...20mA
15.06.261
End terminal
15.06.251
Interface cable UMG bus coupler RS485, 5m length
08.02.424
The Ethernet field bus coupler 15.06.204 is used if RS485 cabling is not desired
or not possible. The coupler reads the UMG 507E/UMG 604 marker status
using the Ethernet and switches the output terminals 15.06.250 accordingly. The
allocation of the marker to the WAGO output takes place through the web interface of the WAGO coupler.
Janitza electronics® takes over full configuration:
A program relating to the necessary outputs is loaded on to the coupler before
delivery. The following data is required for the delivery: future IP adress of the
UMG 507/UMG 604 and WAGO coupler, gateway and SubNetMask and the
number of required outputs. Delivery can only take place once this data is provided.
Application: diverse control tasks e.g. shutdown of consumers for maximum demand management or fault indication.
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Decentralised I/O series M70 for the UMG 604
M70
The M70 series represents an affordable alternative to the WAGO I/O system. All M70 modules have a RS485 interface with
the Modbus RTU protocol and can serve as slaves to the UMG 604 power analysers. The UMG 507 cannot be used as a master
for the M70 modules.
All M70 modules are configured by Janitza electronics® for the UMG 604 and programmed accordingly.
Distances
The I/O modules of the M70 series can be connected at distances of up to 1000m from the RS485 Modbus master interface
of the UMG 604 instrument. A Profibus cable or a suitable cable e.g. Li2YCY (TP) 2x2x0.22 should be used.
Advantages of the I/O system
The incorporation of the decentralised I/O systems opens up the extent of the M70 series to the user and all data points
can generally be integrated in the Janitza® system. This means that the Janitza® system is not just limited to electrical
measurement values but can also collect other values such as process data, temperatures, alarm outputs or similar. These can
be collected, archived and visualised in the GridVis software just like the UMG 604’s own measurement values.
M70 components:
M7045D - 16 digital outputs (transistor)
Item number:
Digital outputs:
Interface:
Protocol:
Nominal output:
Insulation:
Status display:
Nominal output:
Power consumption:
Mounting:
Cable connections:
Dimensions (WxLxD):
For instrument:
15.06.042
16 (transistor outputs), 0 to 40V DC, short-circuit resistant
RS485
Modbus RTU, 1200 …. 115200 Baud
650mA per channel
3750V
With LED
10…30V DC (external power supply required)
0.7W
Fixing on DIN rail
Removable screw clamps
75x120x35mm
UMG 604
M7055D - 8 digital outputs (transistor) / 8 digital inputs
Item number:
Interface:
Protocol:
Digital outputs:
Nominal output:
Digital inputs:
Insulation:
Status display:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Mounting:
Cable connections:
Dimensions (WxLxD):
For instrument:
15.06.043
RS485
Modbus RTU, 1200 …. 115200 Baud
8 (transistor outputs), 0 to 40V DC, short-circuit resistant
650mA per channel
8 to 50V, logic 0 = max 4V, logic 1 = 10 to 50V
3750V
With LED
10…30V DC (external power supply required)
2.2 W
Fixing on DIN rail
Removable screw clamps
75x120x35mm
UMG 604
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M7060D - 4 relay outputs / 4 digital inputs
Item number:
Interface:
Protocol:
Relay outputs:
Digital inputs (4x):
Insulation:
Status display:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Mounting:
Cable connections
Dimension (WxLxD):
For instrument:
15.06.044
RS485
Modbus RTU, 1200 …. 115200 Baud
4 relay outputs, 2 x type A normally open, 2 x type B changeover
AC = 125V/0.5A or DC = 24V/2.0A
0 to 30V DC; logic 0=0 to 1V; logic 1=4 to 30V
3750V
With LED
10…30V DC (external power supply required)
1.9 W
Fixing on DIN rail
Removable screw clamps
75x120x35mm
UMG 604
M7067D - 7 relay outputs
Item number:
Interface:
Protocol:
Relay outputs:
Insulation:
Status display:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Mounting:
Cable connections:
Dimension (WxLxD):
For instrument:
15.06.045
RS485
Modbus RTU, 1200 …. 115200 Baud
7 relay outputs, normally open
AC = 120V/0.5A or DC = 24V/2.0A, switch time ON: 5ms
3750V
With LED
10…30V DC (external power supply required)
2.2 W
Fixing on DIN rail
Removable screw clamps
75x120x35mm
UMG 604
M7015D - 6 channel temperature input
Item number:
Interface:
Protocol:
Temperature sensors (6x):
Scanning rate:
Connection:
Insulation:
Status display:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Mounting:
Cable connections:
Dimension (WxLxD):
For instrument:
15.06.046
RS485
Modbus RTU, 1200 …. 115200 Baud
Pt, NI and CU RTD
Pt100: +/- 100°C; 0 to 100°C; 0 to 200°C; 0 to 600°C
Pt1000: -200 to 600°C
NI120: -80 to 100°C; 0 to 100°C
CU100: -20 to 150°C; 0 to 200°C
CU1000: -20 to 150°C
12 Hz
2 or 3 wire
3000V
With LED
10…30V DC (external power supply required)
1.1 W
Fixing on DIN rail
Removable screw clamps
75x120x35mm
UMG 604
M7024P - 4 channel analogue output, 14 Bit
Item number:
Interface:
Protocol:
Analogue output:
Resolution:
Selectable output:
Load resistance:
Insulation:
Status display:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Mounting:
Cable connections:
Dimensions (WxLxD):
For instrument:
Warning:
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15.06.047
RS485
Modbus RTU, 1200 …. 115200 Baud
4 analogue outputs
V: 0 to 5; 0 to 10; +/-5; +/-10
mA: 0 to 20; 4 to 20
14 Bit
0,125 to 2048 mA/s
0,0625 to 1024 mA/s
1kOhm at 24V DC external supply
3750V
With LED
10…30V DC (external power supply required)
2.4 W
Fixing on DIN rail
Removable screw clamps
75x120x35mm
UMG 604
The mA/s output must be stated when placing an order!
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Field bus components
Accessories for universal measuring instruments
Description
Type
Item number
RS232 <-> RS485 converter with galvanic separation and 3000 volt insulation;
variable baud rate 300...9600...baud 115 kBaud; incl. power supply 230V/sec.
12VDC, 300mA; max transfer length 1000m;
operating systems: Windows 2000/XP; software: PSW basic/professional; GridVis.
Products: UMG 507, UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 96S, ProData®, Prophi®,
UMG 604 and UMG 103.
K-2075
15.06.015
RS485 repeater – 1 x RS485 input and output for extension of a RS485 network
with 31 further measuring instruments or a further 1000m transfer length; max. 7
repeaters possible in a RS485 network; with 3000V galvanic separation.
variable baud rate 300...9600...baud 115 kBaud (note: repeater is not suitable for
Profibus);
Products: UMG 507, UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 96S, UMG 604, UMG 103
ProData® and Prophi®.
Power supply “connectpower” is required.
K-1075
15.06.024
RS485 HUB 1 x RS485 input and 3 x RS485 outputs for construction of a
star-shaped RS485 network with galvanic separation and 3000 volt insulation;
variable baud rate 300...9600...baud 115kBaud.
Products: UMG 507, UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 96S, ProData®, Prophi®,
UMG 604 and UMG 103.
Power supply “connectpower” is required.
K-1375
15.06.035
RS485 <-> USB with galvanic separation and 3000 volt insulation; variable
baud rate 75...115kBaud; compatible with USB v1.1 standard; USB type-A
connector; incl. driver disc; max transfer length 1000m; operating systems:
Windows 2000/XP; software: PSW basic/professional; GridVis.
Products: UMG 507, UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 96S, ProData®, Prophi®,
UMG 604 and UMG 103.
K-6175
15.06.025
RS485 star repeater IP65 1 x RS485 input and 5 x RS485 outputs for
construction of a star-shaped RS485 network for wall mounting in a IP65
industrial-housing (260 x 160 x 95mm) with 230V AC
power supply. Baud rate 9600 baud...153kBaud;
Note: the star repeater is also suitable for Profibus.
K-6585
15.06.017
RS232 <-> RS485 star repeater IP65 1 x RS232 input and 5 x RS485 outputs
for construction of a star-shaped RS485 network with RS232 PC connection
for wall mounting in a IP65 housing (260 x 160 x 95mm) with 230V AC
power supply.
K-6532
15.06.018
USB converter to RS232 adapter cable – converts USB-A output into a RS232
output, USB-A plug on to 9 pole sub plug, 1.8m, compatible with USB 1.1,
compatible with Windows 2000/XP; software: PSW basic/professional, GridVis.
Products: UMG 507, UMG 503, UMG 505, UMG 96S, ProData® and
UMG 604.
AD-232
15.06.032
ComServer 485 for DIN rail mounting, RS485 on TCP/IP Ethernet
10/100 base-T autosensing, variable baud rate of the RS485 interface
300...115kBaud, voltage supply: 12-24 volt AC/DC, incl. Power supply
prim 230V, incl. Com redirection disc, RS485 connection = DB-9, Ethernet
connection = RJ-45; operating systems: Windows 2000/XP; software: PSW
basic/professional, GridVis. Product: UMG503, UMG505, UMG96S, ProData®,
Prophi® and UMG103.
Connection plug for ComServer DB-9 is required and an alternative
power supply “Connectpower” can be used.
K-58631-485
15.06.022
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Accessories for universal measuring instruments
Type
Item number
ComServer 232 as before but with RS232 instead of RS485;
DB-9 connection plug is required and can be used as an alternative to the
Connectpower power supply
K-58631-232
15.06.029
Power supply for DIN rail mounting
prim. 115-230V 50/60 Hz
sec. 24VDC; 1A
Connectpower
16.05.002
DB-9 connection plug (with screw clamps)
DB-9 plug
13.10.520
S0 converter – interface to M-Bus, baud rate M-Bus 2400, 9600 baud;
single S0 interface in accordance with DIN EN 43864 or potential-free pulse;
in support rail housing W26 x L75 x H111mm; IP40; (products: UMG 96,
UMG 96S, UMG 503, UMG 505, 507, 510 and UMG 604)
PadPuls M1C
15.06.028
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Description
Field bus components
Item number: 15.06.041
Industrial DIN rail Ethernet switch NS-208
Applications
The economic NS-208 Ethernet switch is suitable for connecting the Ethernet units in the switch board. The 8-fold switch which
supports 10/100 base-T can be used anywhere where several Ethernet units must be connected with each other. It possesses all of the
necessary properties which can be expected from a non-configurable, industrial switch. With its robust plastic housing and the large
temperature range from -30°C to +75°C, it is ideal for industrial applications.
General features
8 x 10/100 Mbps Ethernet-ports
Shielded RJ-45 connections
Automatic setting of the transfer rate
Compatible with IEEE 802.3, 802.3u and 802.3x
Technical data
Switch:
Band width:
ESD protection:
Network cable:
Supply voltage:
Consumption:
Cable connection
electricity supply:
8 x RJ45, 10/100MBit/s
2.0 Gbps
8kV direct contact
15kV discharge gap
10/100 Base-T
(Cat 5 UTP cable; 100m max)
10 to 30V DC
(separate power supply required)
app. 0.12A at 24VDC; ± 5%
Removable screw clamps
Hager switch, 5 ports TN025
Dimensions (WxLxH):
Mounting:
Housing:
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
Humidity:
64x110x97.5mm
Mounting on DIN rail
Robust plastic housing
-30 .. +75 °C
-40 .. +85 °C
10 .. 90% (non-condensing)
Item number: 15.06.039
General features
5 ports switch for DIN rail mounting
10/100 Mbit/s transfer rate
For 5 power analysers
RJ45 plug sockets with protective caps for plug sockets which are not in use
Integrated power supply (230V) (+/- 10%) 50 Hz
Protection class II, protection type IP20
Dimensions: 6 units
Application:
for mounting in installation boards e.g. next to a UMG 604E/EP.
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JaTeNe Router-Modem-Switch
Remote maintenance solution by ISDN
The option of remote maintenance by ISDN offers a more cost effective alternative
to an on-site visit. No matter whether you want to read the memory of the measuring
instrument or if you are interested in the parameterisation of the peak demand management system. With the JaTeNe router, it is almost like being personally on-site. You
can freely and flexibly organise online times. But the router can manage even more.
In the case of a fault, e.g. short-term interruptions, you are automatically informed
by e-mail.
Areas of application
Reading-out the memory of the measuring instruments
Configuration changes for peak demand management
Changes to memory configurations
Support when creating and changing parameters
Automatic e-mail despatch if faults occur (UMG 507E & UMG 604E)
Application:
The Janitza® Telephone Network router => JaTeNe router of Janitza electronics® combines an IDSN modem, a router and a 4-port
switch. The dial-in and dial-out function allows remote maintenance and remote control of instruments which are found within the
Ethernet network. The JaTeNe router is equipped with an integrated ISDN-TA. The integrated four port switch allows direct connection
of up to 4 measuring instruments. The JaTeNe router can be easily and quickly configured using the web interface. The router has the
following functions:
Integrated communication module (ISDN TA)
Dial in
Dial out (dial on demand)
4 port switch with 10/100 MBit/s
DHCP server and client
Integrated configuration area with auxiliary function
Authentication for up to 10 users (dial in)
Selection filter for dial out
Authentication using PAP, CHAP, MSCHAP, MS-CHAP 2
Simple configuration
Local or remote configuration
Firmware update (local and remote)
Buffered RTC (real-time clock)
Internet provider
with SMTP server
GridVis on client computer
with ISDN card
PST
E-mail
ail
E-m
UMG 507E
Dire
ct re
ad /
writ
e
UMG 96S
Ethernet
interface
The router requires an
S0 (ISDN) connection
with own MSN
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RS485
RS485
... up to 31 participants without repeater
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Direct despatch of e-mails is also possible. The UMG 507E or UMG 604E can generate an e-mail when faults are
reported (e.g. short-term interruptions). The e-mail is sent to the router which automatically registers itself with an Internet
provider and sends the e-mail to the SMTP server. The configuration of the internet provider (dial out) and the e-mail SMTP
configuration also take place using the convenient web-server of the router.
Prerequisites:
On-site:
ISDN connection with its own MSN
24 V DC supply to the router
Computer:
ISDN card or USB ISDN modem (e.g. AVM)
ISDN connection
Technical data
ISDN:
Switch:
Supply voltage:
Power consumption:
Cable connections:
Dimensions (WxLxD):
Mounting:
Housing:
Operating temperature:
Humidity:
Degree of protection:
Weight:
Item number:
Euro ISDN up to 64kBits/s
4 x RJ45, 10/100MBit/s
10..60VDC
ca. 3W
Screw clamps
70x110x75mm
Fixing on DIN rail
Plastic housing
0..+55 °C
0..95% (non-condensing)
Housing IP40, screw clamps IP20
300g
15.06.040
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M-Bus signal converter PW60
M-Bus installations are characterised by their simple cabling. Janitza electronics® has made
accommodations for this and has developed the UMG 96S with M-Bus interface.
Using the signal process-controlled M-Bus level converter PW60, up to 60 x UMG 96S M-Bus
can be connected to one PC (master). M-Bus software which is available on the market or the
GridVis software can be used to analyse the data.
Features:
Application:
▼
Integrated RS232 interface (PC as master)
Galvanic separation between M-Bus and PC
Baud rates: 300 to 9600 baud
Bit recovery
Protection against excess currents and short-circuits in the M-Bus
Echo reduction and collision recognition with break signals
Operational display, data transactions, maximum bus current and excess current
External 24V DC or AC power supply is required
Housing for DIN-C rails or wall mounting
Dimensions (WxLxD) = 78 x 70 x 118mm
Protection class: IP20
Maximum network dimension for JYSTY Nx2x0.8 = 1km (9600 baud) 4km (2400 baud)
Maximum distance to slave for JYSTY Nx2x0.8 => 1200m
Power consumption: 15W
Operating voltage range: 20...45V DC or 20...30 V AC
Operating temperature range: 0...+55°C
Storage temperature: -20...60°C
Item number: 15.06.048
Simple installation
in GridVis
GridVis
Level converter
M-Bus to RS232
UMG 96S
M-Bus
M-Bus
UMG 96S
M-Bus
M-Bus
UMG 96S
M-Bus
M-Bus
In GridVis, the following measurement parameters are available online with M-Bus:
Effective energy, effective energy purchase (purchase or high tariff ), effective energy (supply or low tariff ), reactive energy, reactive energy (capacitive or high tariff ), reactive energy (inductive or low tariff ), apparent energy, comparator runtimes 1a to 2c, operating hours
meter, current in N, effective power sum, reactive power sum, apparent power sum, UL1, UL2, UL3, IL1, IL2, IL3, PL1, PL2, PL3.
Note: it is not possible to read the UMG 96S memory with the M-Bus. However, online recording can be activated in GridVis. Please
note that due to the low M-Bus baud rates in case many measuring instruments are used longer delays can occur.
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PowerToStore 10F – mini UPS for UMG 604E
Capturing short-term interruptions is one of the strengths of the UMG 604. Due to the small construction and the large
memory, the instrument is ideally suitable for monitoring transformer stations. The UMG 604’s auxiliary voltage supply
is provided through a switch mode power supply which has been developed for both DC and AC operation. Voltage interruptions of approximately 80ms are safely bridged. Voltage interruptions which are longer than 80 ms cause the UMG
640E to shut down. In order to capture longer short-term interruptions, the auxiliary voltage supply of the UMG 604 must
be backed up with a UPS. If a UPS is not available, the PowerToStore will be used. Usually batteries are used in UPS units.
However, the disadvantage of batteries is the regular maintenance. The PowerToStore 10F is an energy buffer based on
capacitors. Therefore it does not require batteries and is maintenance free. The capacity level has been designed so that 3 x
UMG 604E can be supplied with energy for approximately 3.5 minutes. The maximum number of UMG 604s which can
be connected is limited to 3 instruments.
Technical data
Potential separation:
Input voltage:
Output voltage:
Output current:
Storage capacity:
Dimensions (WxHxL):
Cable connections:
Mounting:
Housing:
Operating temperature:
Lifespan:
Degree of protection:
Weight:
Item number:
yes
max. 240V AC (DC)
ca. 220V DC
max. 90mA
10 farad
220 x 105 x 80 mm
screw/plug clamps
fixing on din rail
aluminium mould housing
-25° … +55°C
ca. 15 to 20 years at 40°C
IP54
1.5 kg
15.06.400
Application
UMG 604
UMG 604
UMG 604
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5.00ms 1
500V
5.00ms
P in kW
20.0A
Power quality
2
Peak demand management
Load during the day
Power savings
Nominal value
Verwaltung
Administration
Küche
Kitchen
Büro...
Office...
Januar
January
275,99 kWh
275,99 kWh
38,79 kWh
38,79 kWh
529,32 kWh
529,32 kWh
Februar
February
März
March
April
April
Mai...
May...
375,89 kWh
375,89 kWh
57,44 kWh
57,44 kWh
254,22 kWh
254,22 kWh
422,59 kWh
422,59 kWh
312,77 kWh
312,77 kWh
775,29 kWh...
775,29 kWh...
24,53 kWh
24,53 kWh
85,45 kWh
85,45 kWh
61,23 kWh...
61,23 kWh...
458,33 kWh
458,33 kWh
754,65 kWh
754,65 kWh
451,32 kWh...
451,32 kWh...
Drucken
Gebäudeplan
Print
Building plan
Aktuellen Monat aktualisieren
Update current month
UMG 604
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Power analyser (over 800 power parameters)
for electricity supply
Energy consumption and cost centre data
collection
Power quality monitoring
Peak demand controller
PLC function (7 free user programs)
Transient recorder
Event recorder and data logger
The UMG 604 offers internet access and
automatic e-mail despatch for defined
events. Visit the power analyser “LIVE” on
the homepage
www.umg604.janitza.de
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Ko s tcentre
ens t eldata
l enerf
as s ung
Cost
collection
Accessories
NTP server
NTP Time Server LANTIME
There is often the need to provide synchronised time information for various power analysers. This
is especially important in the field of power analysers because you want to compare voltage events
and transients for various measuring points with each other. The measuring instruments must have
the same clock setting if the events are to be clearly allocated. This means that any inaccuracies in the
internal instrument clocks must be balanced out. This is where so-called time or NTP servers are
used. They always provide precise time information thanks to the GPS antenna and wireless controls
and can supply this informations to the complete LAN network. LANTIME synchronises all systems
which are either NTP or SNTP compatible. This means that the UMG 507 (E/EP), UMG 510,
UMG 511 and UMG 604 (E/EP) of Janitza electronics® GmbH can be set to maintain a common
time.
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Installation
The corresponding GPSANT antenna and various accessories are part
of the standard delivery. It can be installed 300m away from the LANTIME and in a position from which the most amount of unrestricted
sky is available (e.g. roof of a house).
General technical data
110…240VAC / 18…72VDC
Power frequency
50/60Hz
Mounting
DIN rail
Working temperature range LANTIME
0…50 °C
Working temperature range GPSANT
-40…65°C
Protection class
In accordance with EN60529
IP 20
Item number
Type: LANTIME
15.06.051
Receiver type
6 channel GPS C7A code
1
LED
Fail (red), lock (green)
1 of each
Antenna type GPSANT
Remote fed GPS antennae
Included in delivery
Periphery
Converter unit
Included in delivery
Plastic pipe, mast holder
Distance
Included in delivery
300m with RG58 standard cable
20m included in delivery
Ethernet TCP/IP
10/100 MBit with RJ45
Yes
USB
For update / back up configuration
Yes
RS232
For update / back up configuration
Yes
Communication
Interfaces
Protocols
NTP, SNTP
IPv4, IPv6, DAYTIME, DHCP, HTTP, HTTPS,
FTP, SAMBA, SFTP, SSH, SCP, SYSLOG, SNMP,
TIME, TELNET, W32TIME
TCP, UDP
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Yes
Network protocol
Yes
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Supply voltage
Accessories
Server
Database server
Extensive power quality monitoring and energy management applications require high-performance
server solutions. Janitza electronics® can support you with the selection of a suitable system.
Furthermore, we can offer you a high-performance server as a complete solution. Janitza electronics®
guarantees problem-free and immediate use.
Your system administrator only needs to integrate the server which we configure into your own network. We supply a fully installed database server with GridVis software. You can choose between an
MSSQL or MySQL database.
Janitza electronics® uses high-performance towers or rack servers from Dell. Dell Power Edge- Servers
offer a high quality and reliability with maximum extension options. A high level of data security is
offered by the use of RAID 5 systems with HotPlug hard drives.
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We leave you also after the purchase not in the lurch...
With Janitza electronics® maintenance remote diagnosis, the service technician can remotely access your database server (only with your
permission!) and can, therefore, diagnose and correct the problem within a few minutes. We use common remote maintenance solutions
with triple level coding according to industry standards.
We currently recommend the following server configuration for larger projects:
Processor (dual core) AMD operton 2218
(Internal speed 2.6 GHz)
(External speed 1067 MHz)
L2 cache (full speed) 2MB
Memory (667 MHz SDRAM) 2GB ECC
HDD controller SATA or SAS
HDD - 3 x 146GB (HOT SWAP)
Video - SVGA
ServeRAID 8k
RAID 5 over 3 x 146GB, 1 x 146GB Hot-Spare
Ethernet controller 10/100/1000 Mbps
DVD - CDRW (IDE)
Power Supply with redundant power
Auto restart
System: XPprofessional or
SMALL business server 2003
MySQL or MSSQL
Quotes are available upon request
Areas of application
Recommended for larger projects with a high number of measuring instruments and everywhere where high data security and maximum
performance is required. Systems can be individually configured for small and large sized companies.
Application
The GridVis software works with an additional program as a service on the server. The user does not have to be logged on. For measurement value analysis, the client computers access the server directly through the network.
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Server
Application:
GridVis on the
client computer
GridVis software: collection
of measurement data on the
database server
UMG 507E
GridVis on the
client computer
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
Ethernet
interface
Intranet
RS485
RS485
... up to 31 participants without repeater
UMG 510
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
RS485 HUB
K1375
Ethernet
interface
(if branch lines
are necessary)
RS485
RS485
RS485
... up to 31 participants without repeater
... up to 31 UMGs
RS485
RS485
... up to 31 UMGs
RS485
RS485
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Application
Any number of client systems can access the measurement data within the database. The presentation of online measurement
values is dependent upon the number of ports per unit i.e. the client computers directly access the UMGs for online values and
for historical data from the database. The following graphic illustrates this:
UMG 507E
Actual values (online values)
GridVis downloads
the memory data into
the database
▼
Historic data
Database server
with GridVis
Client computer with GridVis
The UMG 507E, for example, currently has 6 communication ports. Two of these ports are designed as a gateway (port 8000)
for downstream RS485 units.
The ports can be allocated as follows:
Port 1 = database server for downloading the UMG memory by automatic download
Port 2 = client computer 1 accesses the online values from UMG 507E and UMG 96S
Port 3 = client computer 2 accesses the online values from UMG 507E and UMG 96S
Port 4 = client computer 3 accesses the online values from UMG 507E
Port 5 = BMS (Building management software) accesses the online values from UMG 507E
Port 6 = OPC server accesses the online values from UMG 507E
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Touch panels
Touch panels
For user-friendly visualisation of measurement parameters without PC directly at site, touch panels
are a perfect solution. The simple installation, which is almost enabled with plug & play, guarantees
the rapid display of measurement values in the switch board door.
Numerous measuring instruments can be compiled on to one display. Just one cut-out is now sufficient instead of several switchboard door cut-outs which were formerly required. This saves space and
costs and ensures that a better overview is achieved. Standard applications can be supplied for all
touch panels. Touch panels JPC104, JPC121 and JPC150, based on a web browser, can provide
customer-specific solutions upon request with a display of a circuit plan or the display of service
telephone numbers etc.
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General
In order to monitor electrical data at site, so-called
embedded systems provide solutions in the form
of touch panels. Due to the fact that only slight
tolerances are permitted for production machines
and processes and that stand stills outside of certain maintenance intervals are not tolerated, there
are obviously increased requirements for visualisation by these embedded systems. Classic PC´s do
not generally meet these requirements because
hard drives and ventilators cannot be used in a
harsh industrial environment. This is where compact-flash memory cards can be used due to the
integration of special processors and coolers which
do not include any ventilators. Dust, dirt and
moisture are no problem thanks to the high front
side protection class.
Ethernet
JPC150 application example
UMG 507E
UMG 510
UMG 604E
Areas of application
In the field of energy measurement technology and energy management, touch panels are used for the visualisation of
process and energy data at site. The communication takes place through two existing Ethernet interfaces in the JPC104,
JPC121 and JPC150 models. The JPC35 has a RS485 or RS232 interface. The standard application for the visualisation of
up to 15 x UMG103 is available for all touch panels. Larger projects are possible upon request.
JPC104 / JPC121 / JPC150 application
The 15”, 12” and 10” touch panels have a pre-installed Windows embedded operating system.
These panels serve the purpose of visually presenting the web pages of individual UMG instruments using a web browser (e.g. Firefox). The UMG 507, UMG 604 and UMG 510 can be configured with these web sites. In addition, the data is presented graphically and in tabular form. It
is also possible to transfer customer-specific web sites. Customer specific applications can also be
produced upon request by Janitza electronics® .
JPC35 / JPC57 application
The 3.5” and 5.7” touch panels can be configured close to the application for various uses. It is, therefore, possible to display
several instruments (e.g. UMG 103) on one screen. The standard menu guide is designed intuitively.
It is possible to view values from several instruments on one display.
Specific applications such as configuration settings for the instruments, limit value
monitoring, additional measurement values or measuring instrument headings can
be configured and parameterised upon request. The Modbus RTU communication
protocol transfers the measurement value data. The RS485 and RS232 are available
as an interface for the JPC35. The JPC57 also has an Ethernet interface. The small
JPC35 touch screen has 16 grey colour levels. The larger JPC57 has a display with
256 colours.
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There are standard visualisations and menu guides (refer to table) for up to 15 instruments for the JPC35. Specific
applications and options are available upon request.
Standard menu guide for JPC35
Measurement values
Voltage: L1, L2, L3 / L1-L2, L2-L3, L1-L3
Current: L1, L2, L3, current in N
Effective power: L1, L2, L3, sum
Apparent power: L1, L2, L3, sum
Reactive power: L1, L2, L3, sum
Cosphi: L1, L2, L3, sum
Effective energy purchase sum
Display range
Voltage
0...99999.9 V
Current
0...99999.9 A
Power
0...99999.9 kW / kVar / kVA
Energy
0...99999999 kWh
Sum
0...9999999 A / kW / kVar / kVA
Customizing (upon request)
- Additional measurement values
- Limit value monitoring
- Configuration of measuring instruments
- Special headings
- Menu adaptation
Available standard applications
1-15 instruments (see application example below)
JPC35 standard menu
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Application examples
RS 232
UMG 604
UMG 604
RS 485
UMG 103
UMG 103
UMG 103
RS 485
UMG 103
UMG 103
UMG 96S
RS 485
UMG 103
UMG 103
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UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
RS 485
UMG 103
UMG 103
UMG 96S
RS 485
UMG 103
UMG 96S
RS 485
RS 485
UMG 103
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RS 232
UMG 96S
RS 232
UMG 604
UMG 96S
Touch panels
Touch panels
Standard programming with 15 x UMG 96S / 103 is available for the larger touch panels. The UMG 604 E/EP is used as a master.
The application is fully created in FLASH and uses the web server of the UMG 604E/EP. FLASH adapts automatically to the
various screen resolutions. Another major advantage is that the application can be called up within the network with any browser
with FLASH plug-in. The view can be adapted to suit the specific customer reguirements.
The “station selection” standard application contains 15 instruments but can be expanded customer request.
Illustration: UMG 604 main distribution
Illustration: Error report
Illustration: Station selection
Illustration: Communication error
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Touch panels (HMI)
Functions and technical data
Overview of product variants
Type
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
Item number
15.06.303
15.06.304
15.06.300
15.06.301
15.06.302
Type
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
Resolution [Pixel]
240 x 240
320 x 240
800 x 600
800 x 600
1024 x 768
Brightness [cd/m2]
110
-
230
250
300
Number of colours
16 levels of grey
256 colours
65,000 colours
65,000 colours
65,000 colours
Input
Resistive touch
Resistive touch
Resistive touch
Resistive touch
Resistive touch
Screen diagonal
3.5’’
5.7’’
10.4’’
12.1’’
15’’
Front panel
General technical data
Type
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
Voltage supply
(external)
24 VDC ± 15%
24 VDC ± 20%
24 VDC ± 20%
24 VDC ± 20%
24 VDC ± 20%
Weight [kg]
0.21
0.81
2.8
3.0
5.0
Operating
temperature [°C]
0...50
0...50
0...50
0...50
0...50
Storage
temperature [°C]
-10...60
-10...60
-20...60
-20...60
-20...60
External
measurements [mm]
96 x 96 x 40,6
195 x 145 x 4,2
318 x 244 x 81
364 x 296 x 74
452 x 357 x 86
Installation
measurements [mm]
89.3 x 89.3
185.8 x 135.8
303 x 229
344 x 276
429 x 334
Front protection class
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
Type
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
Processor [MHz]
32 Bit RISC
32 Bit RISC
300
300
300
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
Ethernet, RJ45
No
1
2
2
2
RS485
Yes
Yes
Option
Option
Option
RS232
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
USB
No
Yes
2
2
2
VGA
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Keyboard/mouse
No
No
PS/2
PS/2
PS/2
Modbus RTU
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Ethernet TCP/IP
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
CPU
Communication
Type
Interfaces
Protocols
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Functions and technical data
Operating system
Type
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
XP embedded
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows CE 4.1
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Windows 2000
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Applications (optional)
Typen
JPC35
JPC57
JPC104
JPC121
JPC150
Standard visualisation for
1-15 instruments
(UMG 103 or UMG 96S)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Customer-specific
applications
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Web server
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Please provide type and number of instruments to be visualized while placing your order.
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Appendix
Application at an energy supply company in Eastern Europe
Ethernet/TCP/IP via fibre optic conductor
110 kV Grid
UMG507E
UMG 510
PCC power quality
monitoring
• EN50160
• Short-term
interruptions
• Transients
• Gateway
TR1
• Short-term
interruption
• THD-V
• Transients
• Peak load
UMG 507E
UMG 507E
UMG 507E
UMG 507E
35kV Grid
• Power quality
• Comparison of
energy efficiency
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
10kV Feeders
• IT environment
• Server
• Database
• Analysis software
• Clients
• Analysis tools
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In this project, an energy supply company wanted to link the measurements from its 110kV transformer station and 35kV substation with each other. The transformer stations are linked with the central control centre of the energy supply company using
fibre optics. Communication is achieved with an Ethernet - TCP/IP. Across various voltage levels depending upon the
information required from the measuring point and the communication requirements various power analysers and
measuring instruments where used. The aim was to read out the fundamental electrical values from all stations automatically
together with power quality measurement values and collect, store and analyse them centrally.
Appendix
Janitza electronics® GmbH...
…provides information in the appendix regarding the subjects of energy measurement technology,
power management, power quality solutions and logistics. Case studies and reference projects are also
shown. This information is intended to quickly provide our customers, distributors and representatives worldwide with basic information.
More information and a collection of application reports can be found on our homepage at:
www.janitza.com
Important note
Some parts of the appendix chapter contain statements about the application, use or availability in
certain areas of use or applications. These statements are based on our experiences, typical applications
and typical requirements in connection with specific applications. It is the responsibility of the
customer to check whether a product of Janitza electronics® can be used with the respective
specifications and specific standards for the application and whether the following information can
be applied to the specific application. The following information can be changed by us without providing information about the changes and can be updated if required. Our products are specified in
detail in our catalogues and operating manuals.
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Cable diameters & fuse sizing
for power factor correction
We provide general non-binding information about common practices in this table. Connection diameters and the fuse rating are
dependent upon the nominal power of the PFC system, the national regulations, the cable material used and the environmental
conditions. The recommendation for fuse amperage is only for short-circuit protection, HRC fuses are not suitable to protect
PFC capacitors against overload. The system manufacturer or the planning office is responsible for calculating and selecting cable
diameters and fuses for each individual case.
PFC cable diameters, fuses (for 400V/50Hz) networks
Nominal current in
kvar
Cable diameter
NYY-J mm2
HRC fuse
A
5
7
4 x 2.5
16
7.5
10
4x4
20
10
14
4x4
25
12.5
18
4x6
35
15
22
4x6
35
17.5
25
4 x 10
50
20
29
4 x 10
50
25
36
4 x 16
63
30
43
4 x 16
80
37.5
54
4 x 25
100
50
72
3 x 35/16
125
55 - 65
79 - 94
3 x 35/16
160
70 - 85
101 - 123
3 x 70/35
200
86 - 100
124 - 145
3 x 95/50
250
101 - 125
146 - 181
3 x 120/70
250
126 - 160
182 - 231
2’’ 3 x 70/35
315
161 - 180
233 - 260
2’’ 3 x 95/50
400
181 - 200
261 - 289
2’’ 3 x 120/70
400
201 - 250
290 - 361
2’’ 3 x 150/70
500
251 - 300
362 - 434
2’’ 3 x 185/95
630
Connection diameters are only valid for the given capacitor power levels
PFC systems with a power level of more than 300 kvar have 2 separate bus bar systems and require 2 separate feeders. The table
applies to conventional or de-tuned PFC systems. The actual valid regulations (e.g. DIN VDE 0298) must always be observed.
Important note: the bus bar separation must be allocated before extending any existing systems.
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Power in
kvar
Cos-phi
Calculating the kvar system power
This selection table was created for calculating the necessary reactive power. On the basis of the actual power factor and the target power
factor a multiplier can be determined from this table, which has to be multiplied with the effective power to be compensated. The result
is the necessary reactive power for your PFC system. This table can also be found as an MS Excel document for online calculation on
our homepage in the submenu “tools”.
Cos-Phi selection table
Effective power P
ACTUAL cosϕ
TARGET cosϕ
Factor F from table
Compensation power QC
=
=
=
=
=
100 kW
0.65
0.95
0.84
P x (tanϕ1 - tanϕ2)
P*F
100 x 0.84
84 kvar
ACTUAL
tanϕ
cosϕ
Target power factor
cosϕ
0.80
0.82
0.85
0.88
0.90
0.92
0.94
0.95
0.96
0.98
1.00
Factor F
1.33
0.60
0.58
0.64
0.71
0.79
0.85
0.91
0.97
1.00
1.04
1.13
1.33
1.30
0.61
0.55
0.60
0.68
0.76
0.81
0.87
0.94
0.97
1.01
1.10
1.30
1.27
0.62
0.52
0.57
0.65
0.73
0.78
0.84
0.90
0.94
0.97
1.06
1.27
1.23
0.63
0.48
0.53
0.61
0.69
0.75
0.81
0.87
0.90
0.94
1.03
1.23
1.20
0.64
0.45
0.50
0.58
0.66
0.72
0.77
0.84
0.87
0.91
1.00
1.20
1.17
0.65
0.42
0.47
0.55
0.63
0.68
0.74
0.81
0.84
0.88
0.97
1.17
1.14
0.66
0.39
0.44
0.52
0.60
0.65
0.71
0.78
0.81
0.85
0.94
1.14
1.11
0.67
0.36
0.41
0.49
0.57
0.62
0.68
0.75
0.78
0.82
0.90
1.11
1.08
0.68
0.33
0.38
0.46
0.54
0.59
0.65
0.72
0.75
0.79
0.88
1.08
1.05
0.69
0.30
0.35
0.43
0.51
0.56
0.62
0.69
0.72
0.76
0.85
1.05
1.02
0.70
0.27
0.32
0.40
0.48
0.54
0.59
0.66
0.69
0.73
0.82
1.02
0.99
0.71
0.24
0.29
0.37
0.45
0.51
0.57
0.63
0.66
0.70
0.79
0.99
0.96
0.72
0.21
0.27
0.34
0.42
0.48
0.54
0.60
0.64
0.67
0.76
0.96
0.94
0.73
0.19
0.24
0.32
0.40
0.45
0.51
0.57
0.51
0.64
0.73
0.94
0.91
0.74
0.16
0.21
0.29
0.37
0.42
0.48
0.55
0.58
0.62
0.71
0.91
0.88
0.75
0.13
0.18
0.26
0.34
0.40
0.46
0.52
0.55
0.59
0.68
0.88
0.86
0.76
0.11
0.16
0.24
0.32
0.37
0.43
0.49
0.53
0.56
0.65
0.86
0.83
0.77
0.08
0.13
0.21
0.29
0.34
0.40
0.47
0.50
0.54
0.63
0.83
0.80
0.78
0.05
0.10
0.18
0.26
0.32
0.38
0.44
0.47
0.51
0.60
0.80
0.78
0.79
0.03
0.08
0.16
0.24
0.29
0.35
0.41
0.45
0.48
0.57
0.78
0.75
0.80
0.05
0.13
0.21
0.27
0.32
0.39
0.42
0.46
0.55
0.75
0.72
0.81
0.03
0.10
0.18
0.24
0.30
0.36
0.40
0.43
0.52
0.72
0.70
0.82
0.08
0.16
0.21
0.27
0.34
0.37
0.41
0.49
0.70
0.67
0.83
0.05
0.13
0.19
0.25
0.31
0.34
0.38
0.47
0.67
0.65
0.84
0.03
0.11
0.16
0.22
0.28
0.32
0.35
0.44
0.65
0.62
0.85
0.08
0.14
0.19
0.26
0.29
0.33
0.42
0.62
0.59
0.86
0.05
0.11
0.17
0.23
0.26
0.30
0.39
0.59
0.57
0.87
0.03
0.08
0.14
0.20
0.24
0.28
0.36
0.57
0.54
0.88
0.06
0.11
0.18
0.21
0.25
0.34
0.54
0.51
0.89
0.03
0.09
0.15
0.18
0.22
0.31
0.51
0.48
0.90
0.06
0.12
0.16
0.19
0.28
0.48
0.46
0.91
0.03
0.09
0.13
0.16
0.25
0.46
0.43
0.92
0.06
0.10
0.13
0.22
0.43
0.40
0.93
0.03
0.07
0.10
0.19
0.40
0.36
0.94
0.03
0.07
0.16
0.36
0.33
0.95
0.04
0.13
0.33
0.29
0.96
0.09
0.29
0.25
0.97
0.05
0.25
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Fixed compensation
Selection table – fixed compensation of motors
Motor
power
in PS
Capacitor power in kvar
(dependent upon speed/minute)
1500
1000
750
500
2.5
1
1
1.5
2
2.5
5
2
2
2.5
3.5
4
7.5
2.5
3
3.5
4.5
5.5
10
3
4
4.5
5.5
6.5
15
4
5
6
7.5
9
20
5
6
7
9
12
25
6
7
9
10.5
14.5
30
7
8
10
12
17
40
9
10
13
15
21
50
11
12.5
16
18
25
60
13
14.5
18
20
28
70
15
16.5
20
22
31
80
17
19
22
24
34
90
19
21
24
26
37
100
21
23
26
28
40
120
25
27
30
32
46
150
31
33
36
38
55
180
37
39
42
44
62
200
40
42
45
47
67
225
44
46
49
51
72
250
48
50
53
65
76
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3000
Note:
• Values are guide values
only
• The capacitor power
should be approx 90%
of the idle motor power
• Over-compensation must
be avoided to avoid
overexcitation
Selection table for
fixed compensation
of transformers
207
Transformer
nominal power
in kvar
Capacitor
nominal power
in kvar
100
5
160
6.25
200
7.5
250
10
315
12.5
400
15
500
20
630
25
800
30
1000
40
1250
50
1600
60
2000
80
Note:
• Values are guide values only
• Regional regulations of energy supply companies
must be observed
• Pay attention to the respective back-up fuses
and short-circuit proof cables
Communication
Overview of the available field buses and interfaces with the various
UMG families:
Field buses & interfaces in the UMG family
UMG
103
Protocol
Modbus
RTU
X
Without RS232
UMG
96S
UMG
503
UMG
505
UMG
507
UMG
511
X
X
X
X
DSub9
Without RS232
X
UMG
604
Interface
X
RS232
RS485
Modbus
TCP/IP
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
Ethernet RJ45
Modbus
UDP
-
-
-
-
X
-
X
Ethernet RJ45
Profibus
DPVX
-
DPV0
DPV1/V0
-
DPV0
DPV0
DPV0
DSub9
MBus
-
X
-
-
-
-
-
DSub9
LONBus
-
-
-
X
-
-
-
Lon Interface
BacNet
-
-
-
-
-
-
X
RS485
Ethernet RJ45
Direct connection via RS232 interface
Possible with:
UMG 503L, LG, OV, V • UMG 505 • UMG 507L, AD, P, E, EP • UMG 96S • Prodata® • UMG 604
Neutral modem cable
• For UMG 503
• For UMG 505
• For UMG 96S
Item number
08.02.405
08.02.425
08.01.501
Neutral modem cable
RS232
RS232
Connection with RS485 interface
Possible with:
UMG 503, LS, S, OV, V • UMG 505 • UMG 507L, AD, P, E, EP • UMG 96S • ProData® • Prophi® • UMG 604 • UMG 103
Item
RS485 converter K2075
RS485 repeater K1075
RS485 hub K1375
Item number
15.06.015
15.06.024
15.06.035
RS232
RS485 (without repeater max. 1000m)
Direct connection via Ethernet
Possible with:
UMG 507E, EP • UMG 604E, EP • UMG 511
Cross patch cable
Item
Cross-Patch-Kabel
Item number
08.01.506
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Communication
Connection via Ethernet (intranet)
Possible with:
UMG 507E, EP • UMG 604E, EP • UMG 511
Ethernet
Item
Patch cable
Ethernet
Item number
08.01.504
Modbus gateway (intranet)
Possible with master instrument types: UMG 507E, EP and UMG 604E, EP and UMG 511
Slave: UMG 503LS, S, OV, V • UMG 507L, AD, P, E, EP • UMG 505 • UMG 96S • ProData® • Prophi®
UMG 103 • UMG 604L, P
Slave instruments
RS485
RS485
Ethernet
Item
Patch-Kabel
Master
RS485
RS485
Intranet
Ethernet
Item number
08.01.504
Connection via ISDN
Possible with:
UMG 507E, EP • UMG 511 • UMG 604E, EP
ISDN router
Computer with
ISDN card
Post network
Item
ISDN router
Ethernet
Item number
15.06.040
Connection via modem
Possible with:
UMG 503L, LG, OV, V • UMG 96S • UMG 505 • ProData®
Modem
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Modem
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Logistics information
Cardboard packaging sizes
Shipping packaging
Type
Packaging weight in g
Dimensions
WxHxD in mm
Box
Plastic
Sum
Net weight of unit in
kg (incl. Operating
manual etc)
Gross weight in kg
Device type
Number of units
in package
180x85x145
98,05
2,45
105,00
0.275
0.38
UMG 96L / 96
1
Unit carton 1
180x85x145
98,05
2,45
105,00
0.455
0.56
UMG 96S
1
Unit carton 1
180x85x145
98,05
2,45
105,00
0.195
0.30
UMG 103
1
Unit carton 2
180x140x170
165,30
4,70
170,00
1.190
1.36
UMG 503-505
1
Unit carton 2
180x140x170
165,00
4,70
170,00
1.150
1.32
UMG 507
1
Unit carton 2
180x140x170
165,30
4,70
170,00
0.610
0.78
UMG 604
1
Unit carton 2
180x140x170
165,30
4,70
170,00
1.010
1.18
Prophi
1
Unit carton 2*1
180x140x170
165,30
4,70
170,00
1.500
1.67
UMG 511
1
Unit carton 3*2
150x210x240
285,50
8,50
294,00
1.500
1.79
UMG 511
1
▼
Unit carton 1
Cardboard packaging sizes
Shipping packaging
Type
Dimensions
LxWxH
in mm
Total weight in kg with the respective device type
Packaging
weight
in kg
Unit carton
Number
1 or 2,
of layers
quantity per layer
1
2
1
2
UMG
96
or
UMG
96L
Max number of
unit carton 1 or 2
UMG
96S*3
UMG
103
UMG
503
or
UMG
505
UMG
507
UMG
604
Prophi®
*3
UMG
511
Master
carton 1
315x225x170
0.21
1
-
1
3
-
1.4
1.9
1.1
-
-
-
-
-
Master
carton 2
400x300x250
0.39
10
4
1
10
4
4,2
6.0
3.4
5.8
5.7
3.5
5.9
6.9
Master
carton 3
340x240x280
0.28
7
4
1
7
4
2.9
4.2
2.4
5.7
5.6
3.4
5.0
6.8
Master
carton 4
395x340x390
0.89
8
4
2
16
8
7.0
9.9
5.7
11.8
11.5
7.1
10.3
13.9
Master
carton 5
440x395x390
0.86
13
6
2
26
12
10.8
15.5
8.7
17.3
16.8
10.3
15.1
20.4
Master
carton 6
700x400x400
1.42
20
10
2
40
20
16.6
23.8
13.4
28.6
27.8
17.0
25.1
33.8
Master
carton 7
800x400x400
1.52
23
10
2
46
20
19.0
27.3
15.3
28.7
27.9
17.1
25.1
33.9
Master carton
800x600x400
8 on pallet
7.25
36
15
2
72
30
34.6
47.6
28.9
48.1
46.9
30.7
42.7
55.9
Master carton
1180x780x675
9 on pallet
17.50
64
32
3
192
96
90.5
125.0
75.5
148.0
143.5
92.5
131.0
173.0
Master carton
1180x780x905
10 on pallet
18.60
64
32
4
256
128
115.9
162.0
95.4
192.7
187.6
118.4
169.6
226.0
*1 – This packaging is not suitable for individual despatch of UMG 511. *2 – This packaging is only used for individual despatches of UMG 511.
*3 – The weight of item number 52.13.025 has been applied to the UMG 96S. *4 – The details of the total weight of the respective unit type is based
on a single variety only. Unit carton 1 and 2 is also used inside the master cartons. Packaging 3 is exclusively used for single shipments of UMG 5xx
and UMG 6xx outside of Europe due to the customs documents.
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Project description – industry
The problem:
Transparency regarding energy costs and power quality is continuously becoming more
and more important in industrial companies. Energy consumption must be allocated to
the production stages and the final products in order to simplify pricing policies.
Due to the use of non linear consumers such as frequency converters, problems often
arise with electronic equipment and controls. Reactive power compensation systems are
usually subject to particularly high loads and, therefore, require skilled engineering.
Expensive peak loads can be avoided with intelligent peak demand management.
The task:
A supplier to the automobile industry decided to relocate its complete production
facilities and construct the buildings in a “green belt” area. The company wanted to
collect consumption data for all welding robots together with compressed air consumption and heating supplies and provide the data to the controlling department.
The power quality from the four main feeds needed to be monitored and the four
respective PFC systems needed to be integrated in the energy management system.
Peak demand management had to be anticipated in order to reduce high electricity costs
due to high loadpeaks, shutdowns of compressors and air conditioning units etc. for a
short period will be the solution. Intranet was available as a communication medium.
The solution:
The UMG 96 of Janitza electronics®, which passes on the effective pulses to the
ProData® data logger, was used as a meter for electrical energy consumption. Other
pulse meters for compressed air and heating were also connected to the ProData®
using the pulse outputs.
Four UMG 503V´s were deployed in the four main feeders in order to determine the
power quality. Four Prophi® 12TS reactive power controllers were also visualised
using the RS485 in PSW professional software. Distinctive feature:
The four PFC systems work as a so-called mixed operation, which means that the base
load is compensated using the conventional contactors. The rapidly changing load
proportions, as caused by welding systems, are switched using thyristor modules.
This means that dynamic PFC can be created for almost the same price as the conventional compensation system. A globally unique feature of the Prophi ®
controller. The UMG 507E works as peak demand management and as a master for
downstream WAGO modules as well as a gateway for the RS485 bus cable to
Ethernet/TCP/IP.
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Application example
PFC using the
Prophi reactive power
controller
Consumer
PFC using the
Prophi reactive power
controller
Consumer
PFC using the
Prophi reactive power
controller
Consumer
PFC using the
Prophi reactive power
controller
Consumer
power utilties
15min reset 230V
power utilties effective pulse S0 in
accordance with
EN 62053-31
Load shedding of consumers for
peak demand management through
the UMG 507E using the
decentralised function modules.
1 to 16 units
Effective energy consumption through the UMG96 or
collection of flow rate quantities, heating quantities or
pulse generators
*1 Recommended power type: Li2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22.
Maximum cable length: 1000 m
*2 Wiring is undertaken progressively in the bus
structure. A stub may not be illustrated.
Recommended power type: Li2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22
Maximum cable length: 1000m
*3 Recommended power type: Li2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22.
Maximum cable length: 100m
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1 to 16 units
Project description – supermarket
The problem:
Despite very similar buildings and consumer structures, the consumption and loads in
supermarket stores can be very different. The reason for this can be the various
manufacturers of deep freezers, lighting and ventilation systems which often have very
different levels of energy efficiency but it can also be due to the various sites with
different weather conditions (snow, hours of sunlight etc), the number of customers each
day or the environmental awareness of the employees. Furthermore, non-linear consumers
frequently lead to serious problems with regard to power quality.
Therefore, it makes sense to measure consumption levels and loads together with the
general power data in the stores, collect the data and benchmark the stores with each
other.
The task:
A supermarket chain wanted to measure the loads, consumption data and power quality
in the main feeders and several outputs in the respective stores and then collect the data
in one main PC. With the help of concrete measurement data, stores with high consumption levels were intended to be identified in order to find reasons for the particularly high consumption and peak loads. The supermarket chain then wanted to reduce
peak loads using peak demand management and monitor the power quality in the individual outputs with regard to harmonics, as produced by deep freezers for example. In
addition, the consumption of gas and water was also to be measured and the data was to
be provided to the facility management. The communication media was an ISDN
connection.
The solution:
Stores:
A UMG 507E was deployed in the main feeder which enabled direct access through an
ISDN router. On one hand, the device monitors power quality in the complete network
and on the other hand, allows peak demand management for six sheddable loads using
the Emax function. The unit can be extended by up to 32 Emax channels using an
external WAGO module. Additional superfluous consumptions can be avoided using a
time switch program e.g. automatic switch-off for lighting when the store closes. Voltage
breaks and other events can be sent by e-mail with a document attachment upon request.
The sub measurements are connected to the UMG 507E using an RS485 which also
functions as a gateway. Data from four outputs (freezers, ventilation, lighting and compressors) are collected using four UMG 96S´s with the clock and memory. The
consumption of gas and water is measured using pulse meters and the pulse is passed on
to the integral ProData®.
Headquarters:
The data is compiled on a main data server. The measurement value memory in the
instruments is conveniently read-out using the PSW professional analysis software in the
individual stores. Due to the number of stores, the instruments are only read once per
month. The measurement data can easily be processed for the required time period comparison in MS Excel sheets. These are integrated using MS Excel macros which read the
data produced by PSW professional into the database.
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Application example
ISDN router
(internet) or switch (intranet)
Ethernet/TCP/IP
UMG 507E
Recommended power type:
Li 2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22
Maximum 31 units in a
row without repeater
RS485/Modbus RTU
••••
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
UMG 96S
(Freezer feeder)
(Lighting feeder)
(Ventilation feeder)
(Compressor feeder)
••••
Pulse generator meter
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For gas and water with S0 interface,
Max. 16 inputs per ProData®
Project description – Bank
The problem:
In banks, insurance companies and other commercial buildings, increasing power
problems with reference to harmonics, flickers, voltage peaks and similar effects have
occurred in the past years. Network perturbations are often transported into the building from the medium voltage network.
The reason for internal power problems is the large number of PCs and switched mode
power supply units which are used. Due to the widely branched 5-conductor networks,
so-called “stray” currents can occur in ground wires. These are caused by incorrect grounding. These particularly lead to problems in data networks because they proceed in
cables.
Flickering can lead to discomfort, headaches and tiredness among the members of staff.
These disturbances are certainly not welcome because working in these types of
buildings is made more difficult and may even become impossible without safe
communication options. European norms have existed for several years for the
assessment of network perturbations.
EN50160 regulates the power quality which must be provided by the energy supplier.
The EN61000-2-4 provides the opportunity to measure the power quality within a
building.
The task:
The power quality must be checked in a large bank at the feeders in accordance with
EN50160 and at the sub-distributions in accordance with EN61000-2-4. Furthermore,
the reasons for frequent problems in the data cables had also to be identified. The
employees in building services should have access to the data at all times. Intranet was
provided as the communication medium.
The solution:
A total of 39 x UMG 510 were installed in the feeders and all important distributions
for communication, such as in the server rooms etc. An important feature is the fourth
current and voltage input on the instrument. Due to the installation of the fourth
current transformer in the protective earth conductor, stray currents could be tracked
down. Potential differences due to incorrect grounding were identified using a separate
measurement with the bridge between N and PE.
The existing grounding errors could, therefore, be corrected. Obviously all of the data
with reference to the power quality and all current related data were stored in the 128
MB memory of the UMG 510. The PAS510 software could be used to read the data at
any time. An Ethernet TCP/IP interface was available for this purpose.
The reasons for the frequent loss of communication in the data network were found and
important knowledge about the power quality was gained. The producers of harmonics
could, therefore, be tracked down. Materials such as electronic controls or server supply
units, which were previously destroyed due to network perturbations, could be protected with suitable power filters.
Furthermore, the monitoring of the power quality from the energy supplier was made
possible in accordance with EN50160. A pleasing side-effect is the control of energy
purchases or the power utility meter.
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Application example
Measurement in the distribution
network with main measurement
and auxiliary measurement of protective earth.
Ethernet switch
Intranet
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UMG 510
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UMG 510
UMG 510
Client
PAS
software
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