UMG 509 UMG 509 – Multifunction power analyser with RCM

UMG 509 UMG 509 – Multifunction power analyser with RCM
Reporting
PQ
Graphen
Benutzerverwaltung
UMG 509
29.
25.
Grenzwertüberwachung
40.
63.
Oberschwingungen
Power quality
RCM
Transienten
Ethernet connection
Alarmmanagem
Ereignisse
Residual current
monitoring
RCM
Flicker
Ethernet-Modbus
gateway
Allgemein A
1 2 3
Graphic
programming
Alarm management
Abmessungen
Einsatzgebiete
Technische Daten
Allgemein B
ww
128 MB
32 MB
4 MB
256 MB
512 K
Datenspeicher
Hom
Allgemein C
Class A
BACnet
Jasic®
UMG 509MID
– Multifunction
..-4-30power analyser with RCM
MID
Communication
• Profibus (DP/V0)
• Modbus (RTU, TCP, Gateway)
• TCP/IP
• BACnet (optional)
• HTTP (Homepage)
• FTP (File transfer)
• SNMP
• TFTP
• NTP (time synchronisation)
• SMTP (email function)
• DHCP
1
Tariffs
Class A
..-4-30
2
Tariffs
4
Tariffs
Power quality
• Harmonics up to 63th harmonic
• Short-term interruptions (> 20 ms)
• Transient recorder (> 50 μs)
• Starting currents (> 20 ms)
• Unbalance
Tarife
BACnet
7
Tariffs
2 digital inputs
• Pulse input
• Logic input
• State monitoring
• HT / LT switching
8
Tariffs
Jasic
Fa
14
Tariffs
0,2 kW
Clas
Messg
Allgemein E
Networks
• IT, TN, TT networks
C
• 3 and 4-phase networks
• Up to 4 single-phase networks
O
C
F
O
O
Interfaces
• Ethernet
• Profibus (DSUB-9)
• RS485 Modbus (terminal strip)
Measured data memory
• 256 MByte Flash
• 32 MB SDRAM
Accuracy of measurement
• Energy: Class 0.2S (… / 5 A)
• Current: 0.2 %
• Voltage: 0.1 %
PLC functionality
• Graphical programming
• Jasic® programming language
• Programming of threshold values etc.
Temperatureingang
2 digital outputs
• Pulse output kWh / kvarh
• Switch output
• Threshold value output
• Logic output
Impulsaus- und
Ethernetanschluß
Impulseingänge
Network visualisation software
• GridVis®-Basic (in the scope of supply)
Thermistor input
• PT100, PT1000, KTY83, KTY84
RCM – Residual Current Monitoring
• 2 residual current inputs
1
Modbus
UMG 509
Areas of application
• Continuous monitoring of the power quality
• Energy management systems (ISO 50001)
• Master device with Ethernet gateway for subordinate
measurement points
• Visualisation of the energy supply in the LVDB
• Analysis of electrical disturbances in the event of
power quality problems
• Cost centre analysis
• Remote monitoring in the property operation
• Use in test fields (e.g. in universities)
Main features
High quality measurement with high sampling rate
(20 kHz per channel)
Power quality
• Harmonics analysis up to 63rd harmonic
• Acquisition of short-term interruptions
• Acquisition of transients
• Display of waveforms (current and voltage)
• Unbalance
• Vector diagram
RCM (Residual Current Monitoring)
• Continuous monitoring of residual currents
(Residual Current Monitor, RCM)
• Alarming in case a preset threshold fault current reached
• Near-realtime reactions for triggering countermeasures
• Permanent RCM measurement for systems in permanent
operation without the opportunity to switch off
• Ideal for the central earthing point in TN-S systems
Modern communications architecture via Ethernet
• Ethernet interface and web server
• Faster, better cost-optimised and more reliable communication
system
• High flexibility due to the use of open standards
• Integration in PLC systems and BMS through additional interfaces
• BACnet optionally available
• Up to 4 ports simultaneous
• Versatile IP protocols
2
Fig.: Example RCM measurement
UMG 509
Modbus Gateway function
• Economical connection of devices without Ethernet interface
• Integration of devices with Modbus-RTU interface possible
• Data can be scaled and described
• Minimised number of IP addresses required
Fig.: GridVis® – Alarmmanagement
Graphical programming
• Comprehensive programming options (PLC functionality)
• Jasic® source code programming
• Sustainable functional expansions far beyond pure
measurement
• Complete APPs from the Janitza library
Powerful alarm management
• Can be programmed via the graphic programming or Jasic®
source code
• All measured values can be used
• Can be arbitrarily, mathematically processed
• Individual forwarding via email sending, switching of digital
outputs, writing to Modbus addresses etc.
• Watchdog APPs
• Further alarm management functions via GridVis®-Service alarm
management
Dimension diagrams
All dimensions in mm
Side view
View from below
Ethernet connection
Cut out: 138+0,8 x 138+0,8 mm
3
UMG 509
Typical connection
IDIFF
IPE
PT100
1
K1
A
B
5
6
7
I5
8
9 10
11 12 13
14 15 16
Digital
Outputs
Digital
Inputs
I6
RCM
Temp.
RJ45
4
Ethernet
10/100Base-T
3
B
DSUB-9
2
A
RS485
Profibus
-
0-30
mA
1
2
+
K2
Switch
PC
UMG 509
L/+ N/17
18
Strommessung 1-4
Current Input 1-4
I2
I3
I1
S1
PE
S2
S1
19 20
PE
PE
N
N
L1
L1
S2
21 22
S1
Spannungsmessung 1-4
Voltage Input 1-4
I4
S2
S1
S1
S1
S2
25 26
23 24
V1
V2
V3
V4
VN
27
28
29
30
31
S2
S2
L2
S1
S2
L3
S1
SPS
SPS
Verbraucher
Loads
Hilfsenergie
Auxiliary Supply
PC
S2
Device overview and technical data
UMG 509
Item number
52.26.001
Supply voltage AC
95 ... 240 V AC
Supply voltage DC
80 … 300 V DC
L1 L2 L3 N PE
Device options
BACnet communication
52.26.081
General
Use in low, medium and high voltage networks
•
Accuracy voltage measurement
0.1 %
S1
Accuracy current measurement
0.2 %
S2
Accuracy active energy (kWh, …/5 A)
Number of measurement points per period
Uninterrupted measurement
Class 0.2S
S1
S2
400
S1
S2
•
S1
S2
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, L3, L4, ∑ 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 %
•
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer to the operation manual and the Modbus address list
• = included - = not included
4
Last
Fig.: Example current measurement
UMG 509
Voltage unbalance
•
Rotary field indication
•
Current and voltage, positive, zero and negative sequence component
Transients
•
> 50 µs
Error / event recorder function
•
Short-term interruptions
20 ms
Oscillogram recording (waveform U and I)
•
Full wave effective values (U, I, P, Q)
•
Under and overvoltage recording
•
Measured data recording
Memory (Flash)
256 MB
Average, minimum, maximum values
Fig.: Example for the configuration of current
measurement via 3 current transformers in a threephase 4-wire network on the UMG 509 display
•
Measured data channels
10
Alarm messages
•
Time stamp
•
Time basis average value
freely user-defined
RMS averaging, arithmetic
•
Displays and inputs / outputs
LCD colour graphical display 320 x 240, 256 colours, 6 buttons
•
Language selection
•
Digital inputs
2
Digital outputs (as switch or pulse output)
2
Voltage and current inputs
each 4
Residual current inputs
2
Temperature input
1
Password protection
•
Communication
Interfaces
RS485: 9.6 – 921.6 kbps (terminal board)
•
Profibus DP: Up to 12 Mbps (DSUB-9-plug)
•
Ethernet 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45 socket)
•
Protocols
Fig.: Illustration of the full wave effective values
for an event (voltage drop)
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
7
Graphical programming
•
Programming via source code Jasic®
•
Technical data
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer
to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
*1 Optional additional functions with the packages
GridVis®-Professional, GridVis®-Enterprise and
GridVis®-Service.
* With UL variants: 347/600 V
2
Type of measurement
Constant true RMS
Up to 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
5
UMG 509
Measured range, voltage L-L, AC
(without potential transformer)
18 … 1000 Vrms
Resolution
0.01 V
Impedance
4 MOhm / phase
Frequency measuring range
40 ... 70 Hz
Power consumption
approx. 0.1 VA
Sampling frequency
20 kHz / phase
External
auxilliary voltage
24V DC
+
Measured current input
0.1 mA
Measurement range
0.001 … 7 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
11
DC
Digital Ouput 1
12
DC
Digital Ouput 2
Residual current / Temperature inputs
Residual current inputs
2
Measurement range, residual current inputs
0,05 ... 30 mA
Temperature input
1
K1
1/5A
Resolution
13
K2
Rated current
Digital inputs and outputs
Number of digital inputs
2
Maximum counting frequency
20 Hz
Reaction time (Jasic® program)
200 ms
Input signal present
18 ... 28 V DC (typical 4 mA)
Input signal not present
0 ... 5 V DC, current < 0.5 mA
Number of digital outputs
2
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
Fig. Example for two electronical
relays connected to the digital
Mechanical properties
Weight
1080 g
Device dimensions in mm (H x W x D)
144 x 144 x approx. 81
Battery
Type CR2450, 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
0.2 to 2.5 mm²
Environmental conditions
Temperature range
Operation: K55 (-10 ... +55 °C)
Relative humidity
Operation: 0 ... 75 % 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 – Part 1: General requirements
IEC/EN 61010-1
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
Firmware update
6
Update via GridVis® software.
Firmware download (free of charge) from
the website:
http://www.janitza.com/downloads/
Comment:
For detailed technical information please refer
to the operation manual and the Modbus address list.
• = included - = not included
-
Smart Energy &
Power Quality Solutions
Janitza electronics GmbH
Vor dem Polstück 1
D-35633 Lahnau
Germany
Sales partner
Tel.: +49 6441 9642-0
Fax: +49 6441 9642-30
[email protected]
www.janitza.com
Version 01/2015 • Subject to technical alterations.
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