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UMG 511
Class A
Flicker
Reporting
Homepage
Harmonics
Alarm management
✔
Communication
• Profibus (DP/V0)
• Modbus (RTU, TCP, Gateway)
• TCP/IP
• BACnet (optional)
• HTTP (configurable homepage)
• FTP (file transfer)
• TFTP
• NTP (time synchronisation)
• SMTP (email function)
• DHCP
• SNMP
Interfaces
• Ethernet
• Profibus / RS485 (DSUB-9)
UMG 511 – Class A power quality analyser
Power quality acc. Class A
• Harmonics up to the 63rd harmonic
• Flicker measurement
• Short-term interruptions (> 20 ms)
• Transient recorder (> 50 μs)
• Starting currents (> 10 ms)
• Unbalance
• Half wave RMS
recordings (up to 4.5 min.)
Networks
• IT, TN, TT networks
• 3 and 4-phase networks
Measured data memory
• 256 MByte Flash
Accuracy of measurement
• Energy: Class 0.2S (... / 5 A)
• Current: 0.2 %
• Voltage: 0.1 %
Programming language
• Graphical programming
• Jasic®
• PLC functionality
8 digital inputs
• Pulse input
• Logic input
• State monitoring
• HT / LT switching
5 digital outputs
• Pulse output kWh / kvarh
• Switch output
• Threshold value output
• Logic output
(expandable via external I/O modules)
Peak demand management (optional)
• Up to 64 switch-off stages
Network visualisation software
• GridVis®-Basic (in the scope of supply)
• PQ Report Generator
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Areas of application
• Continuous monitoring of the power quality
• Harmonics analysis with power quality problems
• Checking the internal supply network according to
EN 61000-4-7, EN 6100-4-15, EN 61000-4-30
• Fault analysis in case of problems with the energy supply
• Documentation of the power quality for customers
and regulatory authorities
• Ethernet Gateway for subordinate measurement points
• Report generator for power quality standards:
EN 50160, IEE519, ITIC …
• Report generator for energy consumptions
• Energy Dashboard
• Remote monitoring of critical processes
Main features
Power quality
• Harmonics analysis up to the 63rd harmonic,
even / odd (U, I, P, Q)
• Interharmonics (U, I)
• Distortion factor THD-U / THD-I / TDD
• Measurement of positive, negative and zero sequence
component
• Unbalance
• Direction of rotation field
• Voltage crest factor
• Flicker measurement in accordance with DIN EN 61000-4-15
• Logging and storage of transients (> 50 µs)
• Short-term interruptions (> 20 ms)
• Monitoring start-up processes
Fig.: UMG 511 Class A-certified
High quality measurement
• Constant true RMS measurement
• Measurement process in accordance with IEC 61000-4-30
• Certified accuracy of measurement according to class A
• Continuous sampling of the voltage and current measurement
inputs at 20,000 Hz
• 400 measurement points per period
• Recording of over 2,000 measured values per measurement
cycle
• Accuracy of active energy measurement: Class 0.2S
• Fast measurement even enables the logging of rapid
transients from 50 µs
• Logging of currents and voltages (15 – 440 Hz)
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User-friendly, colour graphical display with intuitive user guidance
• High resolution colour graphical display 320 x 240, 256 colours,
6 buttons
• User-friendly, self-explanatory and intuitive operation
• Backlight for optimum reading, even in darker environments
• Illustration of measured values in numeric form, as a bar graph
or line graph
• Clear and informative representation of online graphs
and power quality events
• Multilingual: German, English, Russian, Spanish, Chinese,
French, Japanese, Turkish ...
Fig.: Transients list
Various characteristics
• 4 voltage and 4 current measurement inputs, i.e. logging
of N and / or PE possible
• 8 digital inputs, e.g. as data logger for S0 meter
• 5 digital outputs for alarm message or e.g. for connection
to a BMS or PLC
• Free name assignment for the digital IOs, e.g. if used as
data logger
Fig.: Graphical representation of a transient
Comprehensive communication and connection possibilities
• Modbus
• Profibus
• Ethernet (TCP/IP)
• Digital IOs
• BACnet (optional)
• Configurable Firewall
Modern communications architecture via Ethernet
• Simple integration in an Ethernet network
• Reliable and cost-optimised establishment of communication
• Ideal for Master-Slave structures
• High flexibility due to the use of open standards
• Integration in PLC systems and BMS through additional
interfaces
• Various IP protocols: SNMP, ICMP (Ping), NTP, FTP …
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Measuring device homepage
• Web server on the measuring device, i.e. device's inbuilt
homepage
• Function expansion possible through APPs
• Remote operation of the device display via the homepage
• Comprehensive measurement data incl. PQ (transients,
events…)
• Online data directly available via the homepage, historic data
optional via the APP measured value monitor, 51.00.245
Fig.: Illustration of the historic data via the homepage
BACnet protocol for building communication
• Optimal interoperability between devices from various
manufacturers
• Predefined BIBBs (BACnet Interoperability Building Block)
• BACnet is optionally available with UMG 511
• UMG 511 supports the device type B-SA with the BIBBs
DS-RP-B and DS-WP-B
urthermore, the BIBBs DS-COV-B and DM-UTC-B are also
•F
supported
UMG 511
BACnet IP
Ethernet
UMG 604
Fig.: BACnet topology
Modbus Gateway function
• Economical connection of subordinate measuring devices
without Ethernet interface
• Integration of devices with Modbus-RTU interface possible
(harmonisation of data format and function code necessary)
• Data can be scaled and described
• Minimised number of IP addresses required
• Tried and tested integrated solution without additional hardware
Programming / PLC functionality
• Further processing of the measurement data in the measuring
device (local intelligence)
• Monitoring and alarm functions simple to program
• Sustainable functional expansions far beyond pure measurement
• Comprehensive programming options with
- Jasic® source code programming
- Graphical programming
• Complete APPs from the Janitza library
Large measurement data memory
• 256 MB data memory
• Memory range up to 2 years (configuration-dependent)
• Individually configurable recordings
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Database
UMG 511
• Recording averaging times can be freely selected
• PQ recordings template preconfigured for conventional
standards (e.g. EN 50160)
• User-defined memory segmenting possible
UMG 511
Powerful alarm management
• Information available immediately by email
• Inform maintenance personnel via the powerful device
homepage
• Via digital outputs, Modbus addresses, GridVis® software
• Programming via Jasic® or graphical programming
• Further alarm management functions via GridVis®-Service alarm
management
Fig.: Large measurement data memory
Peak load representation and peak load management
• Illustration of the 3 highest monthly power peaks on the LCD
display (P, Q, S)
• Rolling bar chart representation of the peak power values over
3 years on the LCD display (P, Q, S)
• Plain text representation on the LCD display (P)
Fig.: GridVis® alarm management, alarm list (logbook)
GridVis®-Basic power quality analysis software
• Multilingual
• Manual read-out of the measuring devices
• Manual report generation (power quality and energy
consumption reports)
• Comprehensive PQ analysis with individual graphs
- Online graphs
- Historic graphs
- Graph sets
• Integrated databases (Janitza DB, Derby DB)
• Graphical programming
• Topology views
• High memory range
Fig.: GridVis® load profile, asic instrument for EnMS
Certified quality through independent institutes
• ISO 9001
• Energy management certified according to ISO 50001
• Class A certificate (IEC 61000-4-30)
• UL certificate
• EMC-tested product
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Dimension diagrams
All dimensions in mm
Side view
View from below
Rear view
Cut out: 138+0,8 x 138+0,8 mm
Typical connection
SPS
12
5
13
4
14
3
15
2
16
1
1
Digital Outputs 1-5
2
8
3
7
4
6
5
5
6
Digital Inputs 5-8
7
4
8
3
9
2
10
1
DSUB-9
RS485
Modbus/Profibus
Digital Inputs 1-4
UMG 511
Ethernet
10/100Base-TX
Auxiliary Supply
N/-
L/+
18
17
19
PE
PE
N
N
L1
L1
L2
L3
6
Current Input 1-4
I2
I3
I1
PE
20
21
22
23
24
25
S1
S1
S2
S1
S2
S1
Voltage Input 1-4
V1 V2 V3 V4 Vref
I4
S2
26
S2
27
28
29
30
31
RJ45
11
SPS
Switch
PC
PC
UMG 511
Device overview and technical data
UMG 511
Item number
Measured data
Events
half-wave
effective values
Hysteresis
Limit value
Hysteresis
Starting time event
(Trigger time)
End time
Event recording
Forward
Overrun
52.19.001
52.19.002
52.19.003
Supply voltage AC
95 ... 240 V AC
44 ... 130 V AC
20 ... 50 V AC
Supply voltage DC
80 … 340 V DC
48 … 180 V DC
20 … 70 V DC
Item number (UL)
52.19.011
52.19.012
Supply voltage AC
95 ... 240 V AC
44 ... 130 V AC
Supply voltage DC
80 … 280 V DC
48 … 180 V DC
52.19.081
52.19.081
Device options
BACnet communication
52.19.081
General information
Fig.: The event record consists of a mean value,
a minimum or maximum value, a start time
and an end time.
Use in low, medium and high voltage networks
Accuracy voltage measurement
Accuracy current measurement
Accuracy active energy (kWh, …/5 A)
Number of measurement points per period
•
0.1 %
0.2 %
Class 0.2S
400
Seamless measurement
•
RMS - momentary value
Current, voltage, frequency
•
Active, reactive and apparent power / total and per phase
•
Power factor / total and per phase
•
Energy measurement
Active, reactive and apparent energy [L1, L2, L4, L3, ∑ L1–L3, ∑ L1–4]
•
Number of tariffs
8
Recording of the mean values
Voltage, current / actual and maximum
•
Active, reactive and apparent power / actual and maximum
•
Frequency / actual and maximum
•
Demand calculation mode (bi-metallic function) / thermal
•
Other measurements
Operating hours measurement
•
Clock
Weekly timer
•
Jasic®
Power quality measurements
Harmonics per order / current and voltage
1st - 63rd
Harmonics per order / active and reactive power
1st - 63rd
Distortion factor THD-U in %
•
Distortion factor THD-I in %
•
Voltage unbalance
•
Current and voltage, positive, zero and negative sequence component
•
Flicker
Transients
•
> 50 µs
Error / event recorder function
Short-term interruptions
•
20 ms
Oscillogram function (wave form U and I)
•
Ripple voltage signal
•
Under and overvoltage recording
•
Measured data recording
Memory (Flash)
256 MB
Average, minimum, maximum values
•
Measured data channels
8
Alarm messages
•
Time stamp
•
Time basis average value
freely user-defined
RMS averaging, arithmetic
•
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
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Displays and inputs / outputs
LCD colour graphical display 320 x 240, 256 colours, 6 buttons
•
Language selection
•
Digital inputs
8
Digital outputs (as switch or pulse output)
5
Voltage and current inputs
each 4
Password protection
•
Peak load management (optionally 64 channels)
•
Communication
Interfaces
RS485: 9.6 – 921.6 kbps (DSUB-9 connector)
•
Profibus DP: Up to 12 Mbps (DSUB-9 connector)
•
Ethernet 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45 socket)
•
Protocols
Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, Modbus RTU over Ethernet
•
Modbus Gateway for Master-Slave configuration
•
Profibus DP V0
•
HTTP (homepage configurable)
•
SMTP (email)
•
NTP (time synchronisation)
•
TFTP
•
FTP (file transfer)
•
SNMP
•
DHCP
•
TCP/IP
•
BACnet (optional)
•
ICMP (Ping)
•
Software GridVis®-Basic*1
Online and historic graphs
•
Databases (Janitza DB, Derby DB); MySQL, MS SQL with higher GridVis® versions)
•
Manual reports (energy, power quality)
•
Graphical programming
•
Topology views
•
Manual read-out of the measuring devices
•
Graph sets
•
Programming / threshold values / alarm management
Application programs freely programmable
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Graphical programming
•
Programming via source code Jasic®
•
Technical data
Type of measurement
Constant true RMS
up to the 63rd harmonic
Nominal voltage, three-phase, 4-conductor (L-N, L-L)
417 / 720 V AC *2
Nominal voltage, three-phase, 3-conductor (L-L)
600 V AC
Measurement in quadrants
4
Networks
TN, TT, IT
Measurement in single-phase/multi-phase networks
1 ph, 2 ph, 3 ph, 4 ph and up to 4 times 1 ph
Measured voltage input
Overvoltage category
600 V CAT III
Measured range, voltage L-N, AC
(without potential transformer)
10 … 600 Vrms
Measured range, voltage L-L, AC
(without potential transformer)
18 … 1000 Vrms
Resolution
0.01 V
Impedance
4 MOhm / phase
Frequency measuring range
15 … 440 Hz
Power consumption
approx. 0.1 VA
Sampling frequency
20 kHz / phase
Measured current input
Rated current
1/5A
Resolution
0.1 mA
Measurement range
0.001 … 8.5 Amps
Overvoltage category
300 V CAT III
Measurement surge voltage
4 kV
Power consumption
approx. 0.2 VA (Ri = 5 MOhm)
Overload for 1 sec.
120 A (sinusoidal)
Sampling frequency
20 kHz
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
*1Optional additional functions with the packages GridVis®-Professional, GridVis®-Service and GridVis®-Ultimate.
*2With UL variants: 347/600 V
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Fig.: Example, current measurement via a summation current transformer
UMG 511
Digital inputs and outputs
Number of digital inputs
8
Maximum counting frequency
20 Hz
Reaction time (Jasic® program)
200 ms
Input signal present
18 ... 28 V DC (typically 4 mA)
Input signal not present
0 ... 5 V DC, current < 0.5 mA
Number of digital outputs
5
Switching voltage
max. 60 V DC, 30 V AC
Switching current
max. 50 mA Eff AC / DC
Output of voltage dips
20 ms
Pulse output (energy pulse)
max. 20 Hz
Maximum cable length
up to 30 m unscreened, from 30 m screened
Mechanical properties
Weight
1080 g
Device dimensions in mm (H x W x D)
144 x 144 x approx. 81
Battery
Type CR1/2AA, 3 V, Li-Mn
Protection class per EN 60529
Front: IP40; Rear: IP20
Assembly per IEC EN 60999-1 / DIN EN 50022
Front panel installation
Connecting phase (U / I),
Single core, multi-core, fine-stranded
Terminal pins, core end sheath
0.2 to 2.5 mm²
0.25 to 2.5 mm²
Environmental conditions
Temperature range
Operation: K55 (-10 ... +55 °C)
Relative humidity
Operation: 0 to 95 % RH
Operating height
0 ... 2,000 m above sea level
Degree of pollution
2
Installation position
user-defined
Electromagnetic compatibility
Electromagnetic compatibility of
electrical equipment
Directive 2004/108/EC
Electrical appliances for application within
particular voltage limits
Directive 2006/95/EC
Equipment safety
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, regulation, control and laboratory use – IEC/EN 61010-1
Part 1: General requirements
Part 2-030: Particular requirements for
testing and measuring circuits
IEC/EN 61010-2-030
Noise immunity
Class A: Industrial environment
IEC/EN 61326-1
Electrostatic discharge
IEC/EN 61000-4-2
Voltage dips
IEC/EN 61000-4-11
Emissions
Class B: Residential environment
IEC/EN 61326-1
Radio disturbanc voltage strength 30 – 1000 MHz
IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011
Radiated interference voltage 0.15 – 30 MHz
IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011
Safety
Europe
CE labelling
USA and Canada
UL variants available
Firmware
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer
to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
Update via GridVis® software.
Firmware download (free of charge) from
the website:
http://www.janitza.com
Firmware update
• = included - = not included
Firmware Version
Serial number of the device
Fixed MAC address of the device
Set IP address
Set Gateway Address
Date and Time
Set password
Reset setting
Fig.: User-friendly system of IP addresses, date, time and password
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Fig.: Automatically generated power quality and energy report
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