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Smart Energy &

Power Quality Solutions

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy efficiency – full cost control

MID energy meter and measurement system

Communication:

Modbus, M-Bus,

S0 pulse outputs

Direct measurement up to 65 A, transformer measurement up to 6 A secondary (CT ratio freely adjustable)

1 or 2 tariffs

4 quadrant measurement

Class 1 for effective energy

MID and IEC calibrated at the factory

Lead-sealed terminal cover

Measured values:

- Active energy

- Reactive energy

- Active power

- Reactive power

2

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

Capture. Assign. Control.

Save money with fair and precise cost assignment

Administrators of shopping centres, airports, hotels, offi ce complexes and other commercial properties all face the same challenge. How can energy effi ciency be increased whilst at the same time assigning the  costs to all of the tenants in a fair and precise manner?

Both objectives can be achieved with the MID energy meters. The assignment of the energy consumption to the   individual tenants or consumption points can be made signifi cantly easier through comprehensive acquisition. Sources of energy wastage are quickly reduced and the energy effi ciency increased.

Areas of application

Electronic energy meters are primarily used for the recording of effective energy and reactive energy. Their area of application is in the fi eld of energy management for cost centre analysis. Various communication options are available for this in order to avoid the time consuming process of manually reading out on-site. As a measured value transducer the effective pulses on a control system, e.g. GLT, SPS, SCADA or the  ProData

® data logger incl. GridVis

®

network visualisation software, can be switched via pulse outputs. on the bus, alongside effective power and reactive power. The energy meters can be used for consumption data acquisition, in conjunction with the measurement devices UMG 96RM-E, UMG 604, UMG 605, UMG 508,

UMG 509, UMG 511 and UMG 512 via Modbus RTU for sub-measurements.

Applications

The electronic energy meters are suitable for the   measurement of effective and reactive energy consumption. The measurement is designed for 1-phase and 3-phase systems with a voltage of L-N 230 VAC

±20 %. The current inputs are designed for either direct connection or measurement via a current transformer.

The installation is implemented via DIN rails, where special value is placed on the extraordinarily compact construction. All meters can be lead-sealed. Effective energy and reactive energy are available in one tariff or two tariffs and in four quadrants. The accuracy of the meter is class 1 for effective energy and class 2 for reactive energy.

Capturing and recording

All meters save the meter readings to non-volatile memory. The meter reading cannot be reset in the MID version.

The M-Bus and Modbus RTU protocols are available via

3

5 1

A und B

3

11 1 4 7

A und B

3 6 9

11

1 2 4 5 7 8

A und B

3 6 9

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

MID energy meter B21 –

Single-phase energy meter, 65 A

Single-phase energy meter (1 + N)

Direct connection up to 65 A

With measured values and alarm function

Width, 2 DIN modules

Tested and approved per MID

*1

and IEC

Pulse output included

*1 Regional different requirements apply in Switzerland in connection with MID energy meters.

Voltage V Precision class

1 x 230 V AC

Active energy: B (class 1)

Reactive energy: class 2

Inputs/outputs Communication

2 outputs,

2 inputs

Type Item no.

Pulse output B21 311-10J 14.01.353

Pulse output, RS-485 B21 312-10J 14.01.354

Pulse output, M-Bus B21 313-10J 14.01.355

Weight

0.14

0.15

0.15

5 1

B21 Anschlussklemmen

1

OK

I

SET

3

L

N

5

A und B

3

1

L

N

11 1 4 7

3 5

11

L1

L2

L3

N

35

Pulse output S0

18

B23 Anschlussklemmen

1 3 4

L1

L2

L3

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

16

Out2

6 7

Out1

13

Evaluation device?

Input

820 ... 1.8 kΩ

11

+ UP

24 V DC

- ZP

43

58

65

1 3 4

6 7

9 11

B23 Anschlussklemmen

3-Leiteranschluss mit 2 Messwerken

4

L1

L2

L3

A und B

3

1

6

3 4

9

6 7

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

1 3 4

6 7

L1

L2

L3

N

11 1 2 4 5 7 8

9

9 11

B24 Anschlussklemmen

3-Leiteranschluss mit 2 Messwerken

B24 Anschlussklemmen

3-Leiteranschluss mit 2 Messwerken

L1

L2

L3

N

1 2 3 5 7 8 9

L1

L2

L3

P1

A und B

3 6 9

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

P1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P1

P1 P1

1 2

3 5

7 8 9

L1

L2

L3

P1

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

P1

11

S1

P1

L1

L2

L3

N

S2

P2

1 2

P1

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P1

P1

11

S1

P1

S2

P2

11

S1

P1

11

S1

P1

S2

P2

S2

P2

5 1

A und B

3

11 1 4 7

A und B

3 6 9

11 1 2 4 5 7 8

A und B

3 6 9

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

MID energy meter B23 –

Three-phase energy meter, direct measurement (3 + N)

Direct connection up to 65 A

B21 Anschlussklemmen

With measured values and alarm function

For 3-conductor and 4-conductor connection

1 3

Width, 4 DIN modules

Tested and approved per MID

*1

and IEC

Pulse output included

L

N

5

A und B

3

*1 Regional different requirements apply in Switzerland in connection with MID energy meters.

Voltage V

3 x 230/400 V AC

Precision class

Active energy: B (class 1)

Reactive energy: class 2

Inputs/outputs Communication

Pulse output

Type Item no. Weight

B23 311-10J 14.01.356 0.33

11 1 4 7

B21 connection terminals

1 3 5

L

N

A und B

3 6 9

3-conductor connection with 2 measuring units

1 3 4 6 7 9

L1

L2

11 1 2 4 5 7 8

4-conductor connection with 3 measuring units

1 3 4 6 7 9

L1

L2

L3

N

A und B

3 6 9

B24 connection terminals

3-conductor connection with 2 measuring units

1 2

3 5

7 8 9

L1

L2

L3

P1

P1

4-conductor connection with 3 measuring units

1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P1

P1

P1

L1

L2

L3

N

11

S1

P1

L1

L2

L3

N

S2

P2

11

S1

P1

S2

P2

1

3 4 6 7

9 11

L1

L2

L3

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

1

3 4

6 7 9 11

L1

L2

L3

N

70

43

65

58

Pulse output S0

11

11

18

B24 Anschlussklemmen

3-Leiteranschluss mit 2 Messwerken

1 2 3 5

17

16

Out2

15

Out1

7 8 9

13

11 optional

P1

Evaluation device?

Input

S2

+ UP

24 V DC

- ZP

P2

P1 P1

L1

L2

L3

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P1

P1

P1

11

S1

P1

S2

P2

5

5 1

A und B

3

11 1 4 7

A und B

3 6 9

11 1 2 4 5 7 8

A und B

3 6 9

5 1

B21 Anschlussklemmen

1

3

5

L

N

A und B

3

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

B23 Anschlussklemmen

MID energy meter B24 –

3-Leiteranschluss mit 2 Messwerken

11 1 4 7

Three-phase energy meter, CT measurement, 6 A

11

Three-phase energy meter, CT measurement (3 + N)

Transformer connection CT, 1(6) A

L1

L2

L3

1 3 5

For 3-conductor and 4-conductor connection

N

Width, 4 DIN modules

Tested and approved per MID

*1

and IEC

Pulse output included

A und B

3 6 9

L1

L2

L3

N

*1 Regional different requirements apply in Switzerland in connection with MID energy meters.

1

3 4

6 7 9

11

L1

L2

L3

N

6

3-conductor connection with 2 measuring units

Reactive energy: class 2

1 3 4 6 7 9

11

Inputs/outputs Communication

Pulse output

Type Item no. Weight

B24 311-10J 14.01.359 0.27

Pulse output, M-Bus B24 313-10J 14.01.361 0.29

3-Leiteranschluss mit 2 Messwerken

11

L1

L2

L3

1 2 4 5 7 8

1 2

3 5

7 8 9 11

S1

P1

S2

P2

P1 P1

4-conductor connection with 3 measuring units

L1

L2

L3

1 3 4 6 7 9 11

4-Leiteranschluss mit 3 Messwerken

L1

L2

L3

N

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11

S1

P1

A und B

3 6 9

L1

L2

L3

N

70

P1

P1

P1

43

65

58

S2

P2

Pulse output S0

3-conductor connection with 2 measuring units

1 2

3 5

7 8 9

L1

L2

L3

P1

P1

4-conductor connection with 3 measuring units

11

S1

P1

S2

P2

18

17

16

Out2

15

Out1

13

Evaluation device?

Input optional

820 ... 1.8 kΩ

+ UP

24 V DC

- ZP

1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P1

P1

P1

11

S1

P1

S2

P2

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

Mechanical

Material

Dimensions

DIN modules

B21 Single-phase energy meter B23 Three-phase energy meter, direct measurement

B24 Three-phase energy meter,

CT measurement

Voltage/current inputs

Rated voltage

Voltage range

Power dissipation, voltage circuits

Power dissipation, current circuits

Reference current I ref

Transition current I tr

Max. current I max

Min. current I min

Start-up current I

Connection cross-section

Recommended tightening torque

Transformer ratio

st

Confi gurable current ratio (CT)

Pulse display (LED)

Pulse frequency

Pulse length

General information

Frequency

Precision class

Effective power

Energy display

Environmental

Operating temperature

Storage temperature

Humidity

Fire and heat resistance

Water and dust resistance

230 V AC

220 – 240 V AC (-20% – +15%)

< 0.9 VA (0.4 W) at 230 VAC

0.015 VA (0.015 W) at 230 V AC and I b

/I ref

5 A

0.5 A

65 A

0.25 A

< 20 mA

1 – 25 mm

2

2 Nm

1000 imp/kWh

40 ms

50 or 60 Hz ± 5%

B (cl. 1) and reactive power cl. 2

1%

LCD with 6 digits

-40 °C – +70 °C

-40 °C – +85 °C

75% annual average, 95% on 30 days/year

Terminal 960 °C, covering 650 °C

(IEC 60695-2-1)

IP20 on terminal strip without protective housing and IP51 in protective housing, per IEC 60529

Class M1 per Measuring Instrument

Directive (MID), (2004/22/EC)

Class E2 per Measuring Instrument

Directive (MID), (2004/22/EC)

3 x 230/400 V AC

3 x 220 – 240 V AC (-20% – +15%)

< 1.6 VA (0.7 W) total at 230 VAC

0.007 VA (0.007 W) per phase at 230 V AC and I

5 A

0.5 A

65 A

0.25 A

< 20 mA

1 – 25 mm

2 Nm

1000 imp/kWh

40 ms

1%

2

50 or 60 Hz ± 5%

LCD with 7 digits b

/I ref

B (cl. 1) and reactive power cl. 2

3 x 230/400 V AC

3 x 220 – 240 V AC (-20% – +15%)

< 1.6 VA (0.7 W) total at 230 VAC

0.007 VA (0.007 W) per phase at 230 V AC and I

1 A

0.05 A

6 A

0.02 A

< 1 mA

0.5 – 10 mm

1.2 Nm

9999/1-6

40 ms

2

5000 imp/kWh

50 or 60 Hz ± 5% b

/I ref

B (cl. 1) and reactive power cl. 2

1%

LCD with 7 digits

-40 °C – +70 °C

-40 °C – +85 °C

75% annual average, 95% on 30 days/year

Terminal 960 °C, covering 650 °C

(IEC 60695-2-1)

IP20 on terminal strip without protective housing and IP51 in protective housing, per IEC 60529

Class M1 per Measuring Instrument

Directive (MID), (2004/22/EC)

Class E2 per Measuring Instrument

Directive (MID), (2004/22/EC)

-40 °C – +70 °C

-40 °C – +85 °C

75% annual average, 95% on 30 days/year

Terminal 960 °C, covering 650 °C

(IEC 60695-2-1)

IP20 on terminal strip without protective housing and IP51 in protective housing, per IEC 60529

Class M1 per Measuring Instrument

Directive (MID), (2004/22/EC)

Class E2 per Measuring Instrument

Directive (MID), (2004/22/EC)

Mechanical environment

Electromagnetic environment

Digital outputs

Current

Voltage

Output pulse frequency

Pulse length

Connection cross-section

Recommended tightening torque

Digital inputs

Voltage

OFF

ON

Min. pulse length

Connection cross-section

Recommended tightening torque

Electromagnetic compatibility

Surge voltage testing

Voltage swell testing

Cable-based transients

Immunity from interference from electromagnetic HF fi elds

Immunity from interference from conducted interference

Immunity from interference with harmonics

High frequency emissions

Electrostatic discharge

Standards

2 – 100 mA

24 V AC – 240 V AC,

24 V DC – 240 V DC

Programmable: 1 – 999999 pulse/ kWh, pulse/MWh

10 – 990 ms

0,5 – 1 mm

0.25 Nm

0 – 240 V AC/DC

0 – 12 V AC/DC

57 – 240 V AC/24 – 240 V DC

30 ms

0,5 – 1 mm

0,25 Nm

2

2

6 kV 1,2/50 µs (IEC 60060-1)

4 kV 1,2/50 µs (IEC 61000-4-5)

4 kV (IEC 61000-4-4)

80 MHz – 2 GHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

150 kHz – 80 MHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

2 kHz – 150 kHz

2 – 100 mA

24 V AC – 240 V AC,

24 V DC – 240 V DC

Programmable: 1 – 999999 pulse/ kWh, pulse/MWh

10 – 990 ms

0,5 – 1 mm

0.25 Nm

30 ms

0,5 – 1 mm

0.25 Nm

2

0 – 240 V AC/DC

0 – 12 V AC/DC

57 – 240 V AC/24 – 240 V DC

2

6 kV 1,2/50 µs (IEC 60060-1)

4 kV 1,2/50 µs (IEC 61000-4-5)

4 kV (IEC 61000-4-4)

80 MHz – 2 GHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

150 kHz – 80 MHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

2 kHz – 150 kHz

2 – 100 mA

24 V AC – 240 V AC,

24 V DC – 240 V DC

Programmable: 1 – 999999 pulse/ kWh, pulse/MWh

10 – 990 ms

0,5 – 1 mm

0.25 Nm

30 ms

0,5 – 1 mm

0.25 Nm

2

0 – 240 V AC/DC

0 – 12 V AC/DC

57 – 240 V AC/24 – 240 V DC

2

6 kV 1,2/50 µs (IEC 60060-1)

4 kV 1,2/50 µs (IEC 61000-4-5)

4 kV (IEC 61000-4-4)

80 MHz – 2 GHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

150 kHz – 80 MHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

2 kHz – 150 kHz

EN 55022, Klasse B (CISPR22)

15 kV (IEC 61000-4-2)

EN 55022, Klasse B (CISPR22)

15 kV (IEC 61000-4-2)

EN 55022, Klasse B (CISPR22)

15 kV (IEC 61000-4-2)

IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21 class 1 & 2, IEC 62053-23 class 2, IEC 62054-21, GB/T 17215.211-2006,

GB/T 17215.312-2008 class 1 & 2, GB 4208-2008, EN 50470-3 category A, B & C

Polycarbonate in transparent front glass, top and bottom housing and terminal covering

35 x 97 x 65 mm (B x H x T)

2

70 x 97 x 65 mm (B x H x T)

4

70 x 97 x 65 mm (B x H x T)

4

7

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

Remote read-out with a higher-level PC

8

Network

Ethernet

GridVis

® network visualisation software

Modbus

UMG 509-PRO

Power quality analyser with RCM

UMG 96RM-E

Multifunctional power quality analyser

MID energy meters

1-phase or 3-phase

UMG 96RM

Network analyser

MID energy meter and measurement system

Measurable energy effi ciency – full cost control

Sankey diagrams

Tabular energy reports

Modbus

UMG 604-PRO

Power quality analyser

MID energy meters

1-phase or 3-phase

Dashboard Editor

ProData

®

data logger

Gateway for energy meter

Pulse inputs

MID energy meters

1-phase or 3-phase

9

Janitza current transformer

The link between heavy current and digital technology

Janitza current transformer

The link between heavy current and digital technology

Current transformers are predominantly utilised in areas in which it is not possible to measure current directly.

They convert almost any level of primary current into "bite-sized" secondary current. In doing so, the secondary output is .../1 or .../5A.

Janitza electronics

®

has a broad spectrum of different current transformers, be they plug-in current transformers, total current transformers, differential current transformers or core balance transformers. Low-power transformer with mA outputs and

Rogowski coils including converter with 1 A output complete the product range.

Clear rating plate with technical details

Double insulated color coded leads

Plug-in current transformer

Special lugs for cable mounting with tyraps

Suitable for insulated conductor

Total current transformer

Split-core

Core balance transformers

Three-phase current transformer

*MID meters are often use for billing purposes. If this is the case, special calibratable billing current transformers are required.

Easy closing by click system

Build in spring for continuous pressure on the cores

Easy mountable in narrow situations by removable hinge

DIN rail current transformer

10

Calibratable billing current transformer* Flexible current transformer Split-core current transformers

GridVis

®

Network visualisation software

GridVis

®

– network visualisation software

With GridVis

®

, Janitza offers powerful, user-friendly software to develop energy and power quality monitoring systems.

The basic software version GridVis

®

-Basic, which is supplied together with the measuring devices, is used both to program and confi gure the Janitza measuring devices, as well as to read out, save, display, process and analyse the measurement data. GridVis

®

is a comprehensive and scalable software solution for energy suppliers, industrial applications, facility management, the building market and infrastructure projects. GridVis

®

provides technicians and managers with the required data to identify potential energy savings, reduce energy costs, avoid production shutdowns and optimise utilisation of production resources.

• Intuitive operation

• Confi guration of the measurement system and the UMG measurement devices

• Certifi ed ISO 50001 EnMS software

• Automatic or manual readout of measurement data

• Graphical illustration of online and historical measurement data

• Comprehensive alarm management

• User management

• Generic Modbus devices, virtual meters

• Graphic user interface (topological view) for visualising realtime data and messages

• Minimum, average and maximum values can be displayed in a graph

• Statistical evaluation of the measured data

• Comprehensive export functions (e.g. Excel)

• Reports for energy usage and power quality

(EN 50160, IEEE 519, EN 61000-2-4) manual or time-controlled with individual schedule

• Saving data in a central database including database management (e.g. MySQL / MS SQL / Derby / Janitza DB)

• Open system architecture and scalability

Various characteristics depend on the version

Sankey-Diagramm für die Mengenfl ussanalyse

3

in

1

Energy management

(per DIN EN ISO 50001)

Power quality monitoring and analysis

Residual current monitoring (RCM)

KPI (Kennzahlen / Benchmarking)

11

Smart Energy &

Power Quality Solutions

Janitza electronics GmbH

Vor dem Polstück 6

D-35633 Lahnau

Germany

Tel: +49 6441 9642-0

Fax: +49 6441 9642-30 [email protected]

www.janitza.com

Item no.: 33.03.646 • Doc no.: 2.500.015.1h • Version 03/2017 • Subject to technical alterations.

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