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Product No. 33.03.070
Power Analyser
UMG 604
Doc No. 1.033.075.1
www.janitza.com
Operating manual and
technical data
Janitza electronics GmbH
Vor dem Polstück 1
D-35633 Lahnau
Support Tel. 0049 6441 9642-22
Fax 0049 6441 9642-30
e-mail: info@janitza.com
Internet: http://www.janitza.com
Temperature
measurement
input
RS232 RS485
2 digital inputs
2 digital outputs
Power supply voltage
AB
Profibus
(optional)
Ethernet
(optional)
4 x current
­measurement
4 x voltage
­measurement
UMG 604
Contents
General Information
Protected trademarks
Meaning of the symbols used
Display password
Homepage password
4
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5
Inspection on receipt
6
Scope of supply
Available accessories
Notes on Use
7
7
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Product Description
10
Intended use
UMG604 features
Methods of measurement
Operating concept
GridVis programming software
Three-phase 4-wire systems Three-phase 3-wire systems
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Use18
Key functions
Concealed key (service)
Display mode
Programming mode
2
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Installation22
Installed position
22
Power supply voltage
23
Current measurement
24
Ammeter26
Direct measurement
28
Voltage measurement
30
Interfaces32
RS48533
RS485 profibus DP V0 slave
36
Digital inputs and outputs
38
Temperature measurement input
42
Putting into Service
Applying the power supply voltage
Frequency measurement
Applying the measuring-circuit voltage
Phase sequence
Applying the measuring-circuit current
Checking the energy measurement
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Configuration48
Current transformer ratio
48
Current measurement connection options49
Voltage transformer ratio
50
Voltage measurement connection options51
Interfaces52
RS23252
RS48552
Ethernet (optional)
53
UMG 604
Profibus (optional)
54
Recordings55
System information
56
Overrange56
Serial number
57
Date57
Firmware release
57
Time57
Service and maintenance
58
Voltage measurement
Parameter list
69
71
Appendix76
Measured value displays
Declaration of conformity
Dimensioned drawings
UMG604 connection example
Quick Reference Instructions 76
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Repair and calibration
58
Front film
58
Battery58
Firmware update
58
Service58
Trouble shooting
59
Technical specifications
62
General information
62
Ambient conditions during operation
62
Transport and storage
62
Power supply voltage
63
Protection class
64
Inputs and outputs
65
Temperature measurement input
66
Interfaces67
Measurement uncertainty
68
Measuring inputs
69
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UMG 604
General Information
Protected trademarks
All trademarks and their resulting rights belong
to the respective holders of these rights.
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UMG 604
Meaning of the symbols used
The following pictograms are used in this
manual:
c
m
C
Dangerous voltage!
Danger or risk of severe injury.
Disconnect the system and device
­
from the power supply before starting
the work.
Important!
Please
note
and
follow
the
documentation. This symbol is
­
intended to warn you of possi­
ble h
­azards that can occur during
­installation, starting up and use.
Note.
PE (protective earth) terminal.
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UMG 604
Inspection on receipt
Fault free and safe use of this device requires
appropriate transport, proper storage, erection
and assembly as well as careful operation and
maintenance. If it can be assumed that safe
operation is no longer possible, the device
must be immediately taken out of service and
secured against being accidentally started
up.
The device must be unpacked and packed
with the usual care, without the use of force
and only using suitable tools. The devices
must be visually inspected for perfect
mechanical condition. Please also note and
follow the installation instructions enclosed
with the device.
It can be assumed that safe operation is no
longer possible if the device, e.g.
• has visible damage,
• no longer works, despite intact mains power
supply,
• has been exposed to unfavourable conditions
(e.g. storage outside the permissible climatic
limits without adjustment to the ambient
climate, condensation, or similar) for a lengthy
period or was exposed to unfavourable effects
or loads during transport (e.g. fall from a large
height even if there is no visible external
damage, or similar).
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Please check the scope of supply for
completeness before you start installing the
device.
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All screw-type terminals belonging to
the scope of supply are plugged into
the device.
C
The installation and start-up instructions also describe options which do
not belong to the scope of supply.
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All supplied options and design
versions are described on the delivery
note.
UMG 604
Scope of supply
Number Product No.
Name
1
52 16 xxx1) 1
33 03 070
1
33.03.304
1
51 00 116
1
10 01 807
1
10 01 808
1
10 01 809
1
10 01 810
1
89 10 051
1
08 01 505
1
52 00 008
UMG604 XX2)
Operating manual and technical data
Quick guide (supplement to the operating instructions)
CD with the following content:
- “GridVis” programming software,
- Functional descriptions, GridVis, UMG604 ..
- GSD file “0B41.GSD” for profibus DP V0
Screw-type terminal, plug-in, 2 pin.
Screw-type terminal, plug-in, 3 pin.
Screw-type terminal, plug-in, 5 pin.
Screw-type terminal, plug-in, 6 pin.
Slot-head screwdriver (0.40x2 mm), ESD
Patch cable, 2m, twisted, grey. (UMG604 - PC/switch connection)
RS485 external terminating resistor, 120 ohm
1) Refer to delivery note for product number.
2) Design version.
Available accessories
Product No. Name
21 01 058
08 02 427
Battery, Lithium CR2032, 3V (according to UL 1642)
RS232, Connection cable (UMG 604 – PC), 2m, 5 poles
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UMG 604
Notes on Use
Please read these operating instructions and
all other publications which have to be used
to work with this product (in particular for
installation, operation or maintenance).
Note and follow all safety instructions as well
as any warnings. If you do not follow the
instructions, personal injuries and/or damage
to the product could be the result.
Any unauthorised change or use of this device
which extends beyond the given mechanical,
electrical or other operating limits can cause
personal injuries and/or damage to the
product.
Any such unauthorised change is “misuse”
and/or “negligence” under the product's
warranty and therefore excludes the warranty
for cover of possible resulting injuries or
damage.
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This device may be solely operated and
maintained by skilled persons.
Skilled persons are people who, on the basis
of their relevant training and experience, are
capable of identifying risks and avoiding
possible hazards which operation or
maintenance of the device can cause.
When using the device, any additional legal and
safety regulations required for the respective
use must be observed.
UMG 604
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m
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Important!
If the device is not operated according
to the instruction manual, protection
is no longer ensured and the device
can cause hazards.
Conductors made of individual wires
must be fitted with wire end ferrules.
Only pluggable screw terminals with
the same number of poles (pins) and
of the same type may be plugged
together.
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UMG 604
Product Description
Intended use
The UMG604 is intended to be used for the
measurement and calculation of electrical
variables such as voltage, current, energy,
work, harmonic components, etc. in building
installations, at distribution boards, circuitbreakers and busbar trunking systems.
Measuring-circuit voltages and currents must
originate from the same system.
Measurement in medium and high-voltage
systems takes place with current and voltage
transformers. Special safety requirements
must be complied, which are not dealt with in
any greater detail here.
The UMG604 fulfils the test requirements for
use in industrial areas.
The UMG604 is permanently installed in
control cabinets or small distribution boards.
It can be installed in any position.
The measurement results can be displayed,
stored and read out via serial interfaces and
further processed.
The voltage measurement inputs are designed
for measurements in low-voltage systems in
which rated voltages up to 300 V conductor
to earth and surge voltages of overvoltage
category III can occur.
The current measurement inputs of the
UMG604 are connected via external ../1A or
../5A current transformers.
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Mains failure detection
The mains failure detection takes place via the
voltage measurement inputs. The selection of
voltage measurement inputs can be configured
using the GridVis software.
Mains failure stored energy time
The UMG604 bridges the following mains
failures at the auxiliary voltage input:
Mains voltage
230V AC
Stored energy time
max 80ms
UMG 604
UMG604 features
- Measurement in IT, TN and TT systems,
- 4 voltage measurement inputs
- 4 current measurement inputs,
- Continuous scanning of the voltage and current measurement inputs,
- Energy measurement, measurement uncertainty class 0.5 for ../5A current transformers,
- Energy measurement, measurement uncertainty class 1 for ../1A current transformers,
- Registers more than 800 measured values (readings),
- Fourier analysis 1st to 40th harmonic component for U, I, P (consumption/supply) and Q
(inductive/capacitive),
- Registering and storage of transients (>50 µs),
- 2 digital inputs,
- 2 digital outputs,
- Temperature measurement input,
- LC display, backlight (optional),
- 2 keys,
- Profibus DPV0 (optional),
- RS485 (modbus RTU, modbus master),
- RS232,
- Ethernet (web server, EMAIL) (optional),
- Programming own applications in Jasic,
- Operating temperature range -10°C .. +55°C,
- Mounting on top hat rails 35 mm,
- Suitable for installation in distribution boards,
- Suitable for measurements in networks with frequency inverters.
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UMG 604
Methods of measurement
Operating concept
The UMG604 measures continuously and
calculates all effective values over a 200 ms
interval.
You can program the UMG604 and call up
measured values in several ways.
• Directly at the device using 2 keys and the
display. You can change the values in the
parameter list (see Appendix) and call up
the measured values from the measured
value displays.
• Via the GridVis programming software.
• In devices with an ethernet interface, via
the homepage of the UMG604.
• Via the RS485 with the modbus protocol.
You can change and call up data with the
help of the modbus address list (is filed on
the enclosed data carrier).
Operation of the UMG604 via the integrated
display and the two keys only is described in
these operating instructions.
The GridVis programming software and the
homepage have their own “online help”.
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Use the parameter list in the
appendix to these instructions for
programming at the UMG604 and
the modbus address list on the
data carrier included in the scope of
supply for programming via a serial
interface.
UMG 604
GridVis programming software
The UMG604 can be programmed and read
out using the GridVis® programming software
included in the scope of supply. This requires
a PC to be connected to the UMG604 via a
serial interface/ethernet.
PC
Programming the UMG604
Configuring recordings
Reading out recordings.
Storing data in a database
Graphic display of measured values
Programming customer-specific applications.
UMG
604
Fig. 13.1 Connection of a UMG604 to a PC via
an RS232 cable.
GridVis features
•
•
•
•
•
•
RS232
Interface
converter
RS232
PC
RS485
UMG
604
Fig. 13.2 Connection of a UMG604 to a PC via
an interface converter.
PC
Ethernet
UMG
604
Fig.13.3 Connection of a UMG604 (with the
ethernet option) to a PC via the ethernet.
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UMG 604
Three-phase 4-wire systems
The UMG604 can be used in three-phase
4 conductor systems (TN, TT system) (50 Hz,
60 Hz) with earthed PEN conductor. The
bodies of the electrical system are earthed.
The conductor to neutral conductor voltage
may not exceed 300 V AC.
The UMG604 is only suitable for environments
in which the impulse voltage withstand
level of 4 kV (overvoltage category III) is not
exceeded.
UL-N / UL-L
66 V / 115 V
120 V / 208 V
127 V / 220 V
220 V / 380 V
230 V / 400 V
240 V / 415 V
260 V / 440 V
277 V / 480 V
Maximum rated voltage
of the grid
Fig. 14.1 Table of rated voltages of the grid
suitable for the voltage inputs.
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UMG 604
L1
230/400V 50/60Hz
L2
L3
N
PE
L4 L1 L2 L3 N
Earthing the
system
4M
4M
4M
4M
4M
AC/DC
DC
Voltage measurement
Auxiliary power
UMG604
Fig.15.1 Block diagram, UMG604 in TN
system.
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UMG 604
Three-phase 3-wire systems
The UMG604 can be used in unearthed
three-phase 3 wire systems (IT system). The
conductor to conductor voltage may not
exceed 480V AC (50 Hz, 60 Hz).
The UMG604 is only suitable for environments
in which the impulse voltage withstand
level of 4 kV (overvoltage category III) is not
exceeded.
In the IT system the neutral point (star point)
of the voltage generator is not earthed. The
bodies of the electrical system are earthed.
Earthing via high-resistance impedance is
allowed.
IT systems are only allowed in certain systems
with their own transformer or generator.
UL-L
66 V
115 V
120 V
127 V
200 V
230 V
240 V
260 V
277 V
347 V
280 V
400 V
415 V
440 V
480 V
Maximum rated voltage
of the grid
Fig. 16.1 Table of rated voltages of the grid
suitable for the voltage inputs.
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UMG 604
L1
L1
400V 50/60Hz
L2
230/400V 50/60Hz
L2
L3
L3
N
Impedance
Impedance
L4
L1
L2 L3 N
L4
L1
L2 L3
N
Voltage measurement
Auxiliary power
UMG604
Fig.17.1 Block diagram, UMG604 in IT system
without N.
4M
4M
4M
Earthing the
system
4M
DC
AC/DC
4M
4M
4M
4M
4M
Earthing the
system
4M
AC/DC
DC
Voltage measurement
Auxiliary power
UMG604
Fig.17.2 Block diagram, UMG604 in IT system
with N.
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UMG 604
Use
The UMG604 has a display, keys 1 and 2 and
the Service key to make it easier to install and
start up the UMG604 without a PC.
Important parameters such as current
transformers and device address are included
in the parameter list (see Appendix) and can
be directly programmed at the device.
A differentiation is made between operation
with the
• display mode and
• Programming mode.
Key functions
Press the key “briefly”:
• page forwards
• Digit/value +1
Press the key for “long time”:
• page backwards
• Digit/value -1
Simultaneously press both keys for around
1 second and keep them pressed:
• Switch between display mode and
programming mode.
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Display
Key 1
Key 2
Concealed key
Keys 1 and 2
1
2
The UMG604 is operated
using keys 1 and 2.
Concealed key (service)
The Service key is intended for use by
instructed service employees only.
UMG 604
Display mode
After the power supply is resumed the device
is in Display mode.
In Display mode you can use Keys 1 and 2 to
page between the measured value displays.
1
N L1
V
Use Key 1 to select the phase for the
measured values.
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
2
Press Key 2 to page between the
measured values for current, voltage,
power output, etc.
Fig.19.1 “Display Mode” display example.
Displayed measured value: UL1-N = 230.0 V.
The factory default setting for the measured
value displays is shown in the “measured
value displays” in the Appendix.
Hz
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Important!
The user can use the GridVis/Jasic to
reconfigure the function of the keys
and selection of the values to be
displayed.
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
Fig.19.2 Display example for rotating field and
frequency.
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UMG 604
Programming mode
The most important settings required for
operation of the UMG604 can be displayed
and changed in programming mode.
The parameter list in the Appendix contains
the addresses for the most important settings.
You can make further settings using the GridVis
software included in the scope of supply.
If you simultaneously press Keys 1 and 2 for
around 1 second, programming mode opens
via a password query. If a display password has
not been programmed, the first programming
menu opens directly.
Programming mode is denoted in the display
by the text “PRG”. The digits of the address
flash.
If you are in programming mode and have not
pressed a key for approximately 60 seconds or
simultaneously press Keys 1 and 2 for around
1 second, the device returns to display mode.
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PRG
Address
Content
Fig. 20.1 “Programming Mode” display example,
address 000 with content 5,000.
UMG 604
Display password
You can program a 4-digit display password
to make it difficult to accidentally change the
programming data directly at the device. A
display password is not set in the factory.
PRG
Homepage password
Content
You can protect access to the UMG604's
homepage via a password. A homepage
password is not set in the factory.
Password mode
The
UMG604
differentiates
between
3 password modes for the homepage
password:
0 = The homepage password is not
queried.
2 = Changes to the configuration and the
display of measured values require the
password to be entered once.
128 = Each change to the configuration
requires renewed input of the
password.
Fig. 21.1 Query window for the display
password.
Addr.Content
500
501
502
Display password
0 =the password is not queried.
Homepage, password mode
Homepage password
Fig.21.2 Section of the parameter list for
password programming.
Forgot password?
After a safe connection between the UMG604
and GridVis please clear the password via
software.
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UMG 604
Installation
Installed position
The UMG604 can be installed in control
cabinets or in small distribution boards
according to DIN 43880. It is mounted on a
35 mm mounting v according to DIN EN 60715.
It can be installed in any position.
Fig. 22.1 UMG604 on mounting rail according
to DIN EN 60715.
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UMG 604
Power supply voltage
Power supply
voltage Uh
A power supply voltage is required for
operation of the UMG604. The type and
amount of power supply voltage required is
noted on the rating plate.
Fuse
Disconnecting device
Before applying the power supply voltage,
ensure that the voltage and frequency match
the information given on the rating plate!
The connection cables for the power supply
voltage must be fused with a UL listed fuse
(6A type C).
Fig. 23.1 Connection example for the power
supply voltage Uh.
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-
A disconnector or circuit-breaker
must be provided for the power
supply voltage in the building
installation.
- The disconnector must be installed
near the device and must be easy
for the user to reach.
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The switch must be labelled as
a disconnecting device for this
device.
-
Voltages which are above the
allowable voltage range can destroy
the device.
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Devices driven with direct currrent are
protected against polarity reversal.
Important!
The inputs for the supply voltage are
dangerous to touch!
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UMG 604
S1
S1
S2
N
Loads
S2
L3
S1
L2
S2
L1
S1
The UMG604 is designed for the connection of
current transformers with secondary currents
of ../1A and ../5A. Only alternating currents,
not direct currents, can be measured.
Each current measurement input can be
permanently loaded with 6A or for 1 second
with 100 A.
S2
Current measurement
Fig. 24.1 Connection example, current
measurement via current transformers.
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Attention!
The current inputs are live.
Important!
The UMG604 is not suitable for the
measurement of direct voltages.
Earthing current transformers
If a connection is provided for earthing
the secondary winding, this must be
connected with earth.
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For the inputs L4 and I4 are no connection schemes required.
UMG 604
I1
S1
I2
S2 S1
I3
S2 S1
3p 4w
I4
S2 S1
I1
S1
S2
L1
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
N
N
Fig. 25.1 Current measurement, connection
example for connection option 0, see page 50.
I1
S1
I2
S2 S1
I3
S2 S1
I1
S1
S2
L1
I3
S2 S1
3p 2i
I4
S2 S1
S2
Fig. 25.2 Current measurement, connection
example for connection option 0, see page
50.
2p 2i0
I4
S2 S1
I2
S2 S1
I2
S2 S1
I3
S2 S1
1p 2i
I4
S2 S1
S2
L1
L2
L3
Fig. 25.3 Current measurement, connection
example for connection option 1, see page 50.
L2
Fig. 25.4 Current measurement, connection
example for connection option 0, see page 50.
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UMG 604
Ammeter
If you not only want to measure the current
with the UMG604 but with an ammeter also,
the ammeter must be connected in series to
the UMG604.
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UMG
S1
I
S2
A
Einspeisung
Supply
(k)S1
S2(l)
(K)P1
P2(L)
Verbraucher
Consumer
Fig. 26.1 Example, current measurement via
additional ammeter.
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Short-circuit current transformer connections!
The secondary connections of the
current transformer must be shortcircuited to them first before the
current supply leads to the UMG604
are disconnected!
If a testing switch is available, which
automatically short circuits the current
transformer's secondary leads, it is
sufficient to place this in the “test”
position, provided the short-circuiters
have been tested first.
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Open current transformer!
High hazardous live voltage peaks can
occur at current transformers which
are operated open on the secondary
side!
The winding insulation in “safe open
current transformers” is dimensioned
so that the current transformers can
be operated open. But these current
transformers are also hazardous live
if they are operated open.
UMG 604
Summation current measurement
If the current is measured via two current
transformers, the total transformation ratio of
the current transformers must be programmed
in the UMG604.
UMG
I
S1 S2
Einspeisung 1
Supply 1
1P1
(K)
(L)
1P2
1S1
(k)
(l)
1S2
Verbraucher A
Consumer A
P1
1S1 1S2
P2
2S1 2S2
Example
The current is measured via two current
transformers. Both current transformers
have a transformation ratio of 1000/5A. The
summation measurement is performed with a
5+5/5A summation current transformer.
The UMG604 must then be set as follows:
Primary current: 1000A + 1000A = 2000A
Secondary current: 5A
Einspeisung 2
Supply 2
2S1
(k)
(l)
2P1
2S2
2P2
(K)
(L)
Verbraucher B
Consumer B
Fig. 27.1 Example, current measurement via
summation current transformers.
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UMG 604
Direct measurement
Nominal currents up to 5 A can also be measured
directly with the UMG604. In this case it must
be noted that each current measurement input
may be loaded continuously with 6 A or for
1 second with max 100 A.
As the UMG604 does not have any integrated
protection for the current measurement, this
protection (e.g. 6A fuse type C) must be
provided for during installation.
UMG
S1
Einspeisung
Supply
I
S2
Verbraucher
Consumer
Fig. 28.1 Example, direct current measurement.
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Voltage measurement
The UMG604 is designed for the measurement
of alternating voltages in 300 V systems in
which category III overvoltages can occur.
The UMG604 can only determine measured
values if a measurement-current voltage
greater than 10 Veff is applied to at least one
voltage measurement input.
The following must be noted when selecting
the instrument leads for the voltage
measurement:
• The instrument leads required for the
voltage measurement must be suitable
for voltages up to 300 VAC to earth and
520 VAC conductor to conductor.
• Normal instrument leads must be fused by
an overcurrent protective device and routed
via disconnectors.
• Short-circuit proof instrument leads must be
routed via disconnectors only.
Overcurrent
protective
devices
and
disconnectors must be positioned near the
device and must be easy for the user to
reach.
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For the inputs L4 and I4 are no connection schemes required.
Disconnector
10A
(UL listed)
N
L3
L2
L1
Fig. 30.1 Connection example: Voltage measurement via short-circuit proof instrument leads.
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Important!
The voltage measurement inputs are
hazardous live!
Important!
The UMG604 can only determine
measured values if a measurementcurrent voltage greater than 10 Veff
is applied to at least one voltage
measurement input.
UMG 604
N
L1
L2
L3
N
L4
L1
L2
L3
N
L1
L2
L3
N
L4
L1
L2
L3
N
L1
L2
L3
L4
L1
L2
Fig. 31.1 Connection examples for voltage measurement in “three-phase 4-conductor systems”.
(Connection option 0, see page 51)
N
L1
L2
L3
L1
L2
L3
N
L4
L1
L2
L3
L4
L1
L2
L3
Fig. 31.2 Connection examples for voltage measurement in “three-phase 3-conductor systems”.
(Connection option 1, see page 51)
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Measuring-circuit
voltages
and
currents must originate from the same
system.
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Important!
Voltages above 300 VAC to earth
must be connected via voltage
transformers.
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UMG 604
Interfaces
RS232
Shielding
You can use a RS232 connection cable to
connect the UMG604 to a PC.
The achievable distance between two devices
with RS232 interface depends on the cable
used and the baud rate. The maximum
connectable cable length is 30 m.
As a guideline value, for a transmission rate
of 9600 baud the distance should not exceed
15 m to 30 m.
A twisted-conductor and shielded cable must
be provided for connections via the RS232
interface. The shielding at both ends of the
cable must be connected to a large area of the
housing or cabinet parts in order to achieve an
adequate shielding effect.
The permissible ohmic load must be larger
than 3 kohm and the capacitive load caused
by the transmission cable must be smaller
than 2500 pF.
PC
Com1
Mini Combicon,
5 pin
D-sub, 9 pin, socket
Fig. 33.1 Connector pin assignment for the PC
connection cable (Part number: 08 02 427).
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Fig. 33.2 Example, connecting a UMG604 to a
PC via the RS232 interface.
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RS485
Terminating resistors
The RS485 interface is designed as a 2-pole
plug.
A
RS485 Bus
B
A
B
The cable at the start and end of a segment
is terminated with terminating resistors (120
ohm, 1/4 W).
The UMG604 does not contain any terminating
resistors.
Correct
AB
Fig. RS485 interface, 2-pole plug contact.
RS485 Bus
120Ω
Incorrect
A
B
Terminal strip in the control cabinet.
AB
Fig. RS485 interface, 2-pole plug contact with
terminating resistor (Part no. 52.00.008).
Device with RS485 interface.
(Without terminating resistor)
Device with RS485 interface.
(With terminating resistor at the device)
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Shields
A twisted, shielded cable is foreseen for connections using the RS485 interface.
• Ground the shields of all cables leading to
the cabinet at the cabinet entry point.
• Connect the shield extensively and with
good conductivity with a low external voltage ground.
• Intercept the cable mechanically above
the ground clip in order to avoid damages
caused by cable movements.
• Use suitable cable insert guides, such
as PG glands, to guide the cable into the
switch cabinet.
Cable
Strain relief
Cable shielding braid
Grounding clip
Low external voltage ground
Fig. Shielding arrangement at cabinet entry
point.
Cable type
The cables used must be suitable for an environmental temperature of at least 80°C.
Recommended cable types:
Unitronic Li2YCY(TP) 2x2x0.22 (Lapp cable)
Unitronic BUS L2/FIP 1x2x0.64 (Lapp cable)
Maximum cable length
1200m at a Baud rate of 38.4k.
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C
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Important!
Profibus, RS232, RS485 and
temperature measurement input are
not metallically separated from each
other.
All interfaces can be used simultaneously.
UMG 604
Bus-Struktur
• In case that the master UMG with terminated bus resistor will be removed, the bus is
not under operation.
• In case that slave UMG with terminated bus
resistor will be removed or is not switched
on, the bus can be unstable.
• UMGs which have no termination can be
replaced without any interruption of the
bus.
• All devices are connected in a bus structure (line).
• In a segment, up to 32 participants are
switched together
• The cable is terminated with resistors at the
start and end of a segment.
• For more than 32 participants, repeaters
(line amplifiers) are used to connect the individual segments.
• Devices with terminated resistor have to be
supplied.
• We recommend to install the master UMG
at the end of the segment.
Power supply necessary
Master
T
Bus terminator on
T
T
Slave
Slave
Slave
Repeater
T
T
Slave
Slave
Slave
Slave
Fig. schema bus structure
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UMG 604
RS485 profibus DP V0 slave
The profibus connection in the UMG604 is a
9 pin DSUB socket.
We recommend use of a 9 pin profibus
connector for the connection, e.g. as made by
Phoenix, type “SUBCON-Plus-ProfiB/AX/SC”
with product number 2744380. (Janitza art.
no.: 13.120.539)
Profibus connection
Fig. 36.1 UMG604 with profibus interface.
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UMG 604
Connecting the bus cables
The incoming bus cable is connected to
terminals 1A and 1B. The bus cable for the next
device in the line is connected to terminals 2A
and 2B. If there is not another device in the
line the bus cable must be terminated with
resistors (switch set to ON).
In the ON switch setting terminals 2A and 2B
are switched off for the continuing bus cable.
Profibus connector (external)
Terminating resistors
D-sub,
9 pin,
socket
D-sub,
9 pin,
connector
Other
profibus
stations
Screw-type terminals
Fig. 37.1 Profibus connector with terminating resistors.
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Digital inputs and outputs
Digital outputs
The UMG604 has 2 transistor switching
outputs. These outputs are metallically
separated from the analysis electronics via
optocouplers.
•
The digital outputs can switch direct or
alternating current load.
The digital outputs can switch loads independant on the polarity of the feeding
voltage.
The digital outputs are not short-circuitproof.
Cables, which are longer but 30m must
be shielded.
•
•
•
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Attention!
The digital outputs are not shortcircuit-proof.
24V
DC
+
Fig. 38.1 Connection example.
UMG 604
24V
AC
~
~
24V
DC
Digital outputs
18
K1
Digital
Output 2
17
16
Digital
Output 1
K2
Digital
Output 1
-
+
16
Digital
Output 2
Fig. 39.1 Connection of alternating voltage
relays to the digital outputs.
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18
K1
Digital outputs
UMG604
K2
UMG604
Fig. 39.2 Connection of direct current relays
to the digital outputs.
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UMG 604
Digital inputs
UMG604
The UMG604 has 2 digital inputs to each of
which you can connect one transducer.
An input signal is detected at a digital input if a
voltage of at least 10 V and maximum 28 V is
applied. In this case a current of at least 1 mA
and maximum 6 mA flows. Cables longer than
30 m must be laid with shielding.
Please mind the polarity of the feeding voltage.
24V
DC
- +
Digital inputs 1-2
S1
S2
+
24V
=
-
40
Digital
Input 2
20
3,9V 4,4k
3,9V 4,4k
21
Fig. 40.2 Example for the connection of
external switching contacts S1 and S2 to the
digital inputs 1 and 2.
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Fig. 40.1 Connection example.
Digital
Input 1
19
Attention!
The polarity of the feeding voltage
must be respected for the digital
inputs.
UMG 604
S0 pulse input
UMG604
At each UMG604 with inputs for 24 V you can
also connect S0 pulse generators according
to DIN EN 62053-31.
You require only one external auxiliary voltage
of 20..28 V DC and one external 1.5 kohm
resistor each.
Digital inputs 1-2
Digital
Input 1
19
S0 pulse
generator
24V
DC
- +
S0 pulse generator
1,5k
+
24V
=
-
Digital
Input 2
20
1,5k
3,9V 4k
3,9V 4k
21
Fig. 40.2 UMG604 with inputs for 24 V. Example
for connection of an S0 pulse generator at
digital input 2.
Fig. 41.1 UMG604 with inputs for 24 V. Example
with S0 pulse generator.
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UMG 604
Temperature measurement input
Temperature sensors with a resistance range
of 400 ohm to 4 kohm can be connected to
the temperature measurement input.
The total burden (sensor + cable) of 4 kohm
may not be exceeded.
KTY83
Fig. 42.1 Example, temperature measurement
with a KTY83.
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Use a shielded cable to connect the
temperature sensor.
Important!
Profibus, RS232, RS485 and
temperature measurement input
are not metallically separated from
each other.
UMG 604
Putting into Service
Applying the power supply voltage
Frequency measurement
The power supply voltage level for the UMG604
is given on the rating plate. Supply voltages
which do not correspond to those given on
the rating plate can result in malfunctions and
destruction of the device.
For the frequency measurement, the measured
voltage must be greater than 10 V in at least
one voltage measuring path (L-N).
Only detected frequencies within the range
45 Hz to 65 Hz are used for measurement at
the current and voltage measurement inputs.
After applying the power supply voltage the
text “Start up” appears in the display. Around
2 - 6 seconds later the UMG604 switches to
the first measured value display.
If no display appears, check whether the
power supply voltage is within the rated
voltage range.
Power supply voltage
(see rating plate)
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Applying the measuring-circuit
voltage
The UMG604 is suitable for the measurement
of voltages of up to 300 V AC to earth and
520 V AC conductor to conductor.
The UMG604 is not suitable for the
measurement of direct voltages. Voltages
above 300 VAC to earth must be connected
via voltage transformers.
After connecting the measurement-current
voltages, the measured values displayed by
the UMG604 for the L-N and L-L voltages
must correspond to those at the voltage
measurement input.
If a voltage transformer factor is programmed,
this must be taken into account in the
comparison.
Minimum voltage
A measuring-circuit voltage greater than
10 Veff must be applied to at least one of the
voltage measurement inputs. If an adequately
high measuring-circuit voltage is not applied
the UMG604 cannot determine the system
frequency and can therefore also not take a
measurement.
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L
N
At least one phase (L) and the neutral conductor (N) must be connected to the voltage measurement input for the measurement.
UMG 604
Phase sequence
Check the direction of the voltage rotating
field in the measured value display of the
UMG604.
A “right” rotating field usually exists.
Applying the measuring-circuit
current
The UMG604 is designed for the connection
of ../1A and ../5A current transformers.
Only alternating currents, not direct currents,
can be measured via the current measurement
inputs.
Short-circuit all current transformer outputs
except one. Compare the currents displayed
by the UMG604 with the applied current.
Taking into account the current transformer
transformation ratio, the current displayed by
the UMG604 must correspond to the input
current.
The UMG604 must display approximately
zero Amperes in the short-circuited current
measurement inputs.
The current transformer ratio is set to 5/5A in
the factory and if necessary must be adapted
to the current transformer used.
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UMG 604
Checking the energy measurement
Short-circuit all current transformer outputs
except for one and check the displayed power
outputs.
The UMG604 may only display one power
output in the phase with a non short-circuited
current transformer input. If this is not the case,
check the connection of the measuring-circuit
voltage and the measuring-circuit current.
If the power output amount is correct but the
sign of the power output is negative, S1(k)
and S2(l) could be inverted at the current
transformer or they supply active energy back
into the network.
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Configuration
Current transformer ratio
You can assign each of the 4 current
transformer inputs its own current transformer
ratio. A current transformer ratio of 5 A/5 A
is programmed in the factory for all 4 current
transformer inputs.
You can program current transformers with the
same current transformer ratios in addresses
000 and 001. Program current transformers
with different current transformer ratios in
addresses 010 to 041.
A change in current transformer values in
address 000 or 001 overwrites the contents
of addresses 010 to 041 with the current
transformer values from addresses 000 and
001.
A change in current transformer values in
one of the addresses 010 to 041 deletes the
current transformer values in addresses 000
and 001.
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Address Current transformer values
000
001
L1 L2 L3 L4 (primary)
L1 L2 L3 L4 (secondary)
010 011
020
021
030 031
040 041
L1 (primary)
L1 (secondary)
L2 (primary)
L2 (secondary)
L3 (primary)
L3 (secondary)
L4 (primary)
L4 (secondary)
Fig. 48.1 Section of the parameter list for the
current transformer values.
UMG 604
Current measurement connection
options
The UMG604 recognises two connection
options for the current measurement.
Connection option 0
•
•
•
Measurement via 3 current transformers
in three-phase-4-conductor systems.
Measurement via 2 current transformers
in systems with the same load.
Measurement in one-phase-3-conductor
systems.
Address
Connection option
110 0=T
hree current transformers.
(Default factory setting)
1=T
wo current transformers
(Aron circuit)
Fig. 49.1 Section of the parameter list for the
current transformer connection options.
Connection option 1
•
Measurement via 2 current transformers
(Aron circuit) in three-phase 3-conductor
systems.
C
For the inputs L4 and I4 are no connection schemes required.
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UMG 604
Voltage transformer ratio
You can assign each of the 4 voltage
transformer inputs its own voltage transformer
ratio.
A voltage transformer ratio of 400 V/400 V
direct measurement is programmed in the
factory for all 4 voltage transformer inputs.
You can program voltage transformers with the
same voltage transformer ratios in addresses
002 and 003. Program voltage transformers
with different voltage transformer ratios in
addresses 012 to 043.
A change in voltage transformer values in
address 002 or 003 overwrites the contents
of addresses 012 to 043 with the voltage
transformer values from addresses 002 and
003.
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Address Voltage transformer values
002
003
L1 L2 L3 L4 (primary)
L1 L2 L3 L4 (secondary)
012 013
022
023
032 033
042 043
L1 (primary)
L1 (secondary)
L2 (primary)
L2 (secondary)
L3 (primary)
L3 (secondary)
L4 (primary)
L4 (secondary)
Fig. 50.1 Section of the parameter list for the
voltage transformer values.
UMG 604
Voltage measurement connection
options
The UMG604 recognises two connection
options for the voltage measurement.
Address Connection option
111 0=T
hree-phase 4-conductor
systems (default factory
setting)
1 = t hree-phase 3-conductor systems
Connection option 0
•
•
•
Direct measurement of the voltage in
3-phase 4-conductor systems.
Measurement via 3 voltage transformers
in 3-phase 4-conductor systems.
Measurement in one-phase-3-conductor
systems.
Connection option 1
•
•
Fig. 51.1 Section of the parameter list for the
voltage transformer connection options.
Direct measurement of the voltage in
three-phase 3-conductor systems.
Measurement via 2 voltage transformers
(Aron circuit) in three-phase 3-conductor
systems.
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For the inputs L4 and I4 are no connection schemes required.
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UMG 604
Interfaces
The UMG604 has 4 serial interfaces:
- RS485
- RS232
- Ethernet (optional)
- Profibus (optional)
All interfaces can be used simultaneously.
RS232
The following data must be programmed for
use of the RS232 interface:
- Baud rate,
- Operating mode.
Refer to the parameter list in the Appendix
for the default factory setting and the setting
ranges.
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RS485
The following data must be programmed for
use of the RS485 interface:
- Device address,
- Baud rate,
- Operating mode.
Refer to the parameter list in the Appendix
for the default factory setting and the setting
ranges.
Addr. Content
200 Device address (1 .. 255)
valid for Modbus and Profibus
1 = default factory setting
UMG 604
Ethernet (optional)
Fixed IP address
PC
UMG604
In simple networks without DHCP servers the
network address must be set directly at the
device.
Patch cables
BootP
DHCP mode
DHCP enables fully automatic integration of a
UMG604 in an existing network without any
further configuration. On starting the UMG604
automatically imports the IP address, the net
mask and the gateway from the DHCP server.
The UMG604 is set in the factory to “DHCP”.
Zeroconf
Zeroconf allows fully automatic integration (allocation of IP address) of a UMG604 in an existing network without DHCP servers.
Patch cables
Fig. Connection example, the UMG604 and
PC require a fixed IP address.
DHCP
Server
PC
UMG604
Patch
cables
BootP allows fully automatic integration of a
UMG604 in an existing network. BootP is an
older protocol and does not have the functional
scope of DHCP.
Switch
Patch cables
Switch
Patch cables
Fig. Connection example, the UMG604 and
PC are automatically assigned an IP address
by a DHCP server.
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The UMG604 may only be connected
to the ethernet following consultation
with the network administrator!
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UMG 604
Profibus (optional)
The UMG604 can manage 16 profibus profiles. Each profibus profile contains 128 data
bytes maximum.
The first data byte of the output area of the
PLC (programmable logic controller) always
contains the profile number of the profibus
profile required by the UMG604.
To request a profibus profile, write the profile
number in the first byte of the output area of
the PLC.
All system variables and global variables1) can
be individually scaled and converted into one
of the following formats:
- 8, 16, 32 bit integer with and without sign.
- 32 or 64 bit float format.
- Big or little Endian2).
Device master file GSD
The device master file for the UMG604 is
called “0B41.GSD” and is included on the CD
which belongs to the scope of supply.
PLC
Output area of the programmable controller
1. Byte = profile number
The variables for the
UMG604 follow from the
2nd byte.
Input area of the programmable controller
1. Byte = profile number
feedback
The requested variables
for the UMG604 follow
from the 2nd byte.
UMG604
Profibus profiles
Fig. 54.1 Block diagram for data exchange
between PLC and UMG604.
1)Global variables are variables which are de-
Addr. Content
fined by the user in Jasic and are available to
each interface in the UMG604.
2) Big-Endian = High byte before low byte
Little-Endian = Low byte before high byte.
200 Device address (1 .. 255)
valid for Modbus and Profibus
1 = default factory setting
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UMG 604
Recordings
2 recordings are preconfigured in the default
factory setting of the UMG604. Recordings
are adjusted and extended via the software
GridVis.
•Reactive power fundamental Sum L1-L4
Recording 1
The following measured values are recorded
with the time base of 15 minutes:
Recording 2
The following measured values are recorded
with the time base of 1 hour:
•Voltage effective L1
•Voltage effective L2
•Voltage effective L3
•Voltage effective L4
•Voltage effective L2-L1
•Voltage effective L3-L2
•Voltage effective L1-L3
•Current effective L1
•Current effective L2
•Current effective L3
•Current effective L4
•Active Power L1
•Active Power L2
•Active Power L3
•Active Power L4
•Active Power Sum L1-L3
•Active Power Sum L1-L4
•Reactive power fundamental L1
•Reactive power fundamental L2
•Reactive power fundamental L3
•Reactive power fundamental L4
•Reactive power fundamental Sum L1-L3
•Consumed Active Energy L1
•Consumed Active Energy L2
•Consumed Active Energy L3
•Consumed Active Energy L4
•Consumed Active Energy Sum L1-L3
•Consumed Active Energy Sum L1-L4
•Inductive Reactive Energy L1
•Inductive Reactive Energy L2
•Inductive Reactive Energy L3
•Inductive Reactive Energy L4
•Inductive Reactive Energy Sum L1-L3
•Inductive Reactive Energy Sum L1-L4
(The mean value, minimum value and
maximum value are also recorded for each
measured value.)
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UMG 604
System information
Overrange
Overranges are displayed as long as they exist
and cannot be acknowledged. An overrange
exists if at least one of the four voltage or
current measurement inputs lies outside their
specified measuring range.
If an overrange exists it is shown in the display
with “EEEE“.
The symbols L1, L2, L3 and L4 are used to
indicate at which input the overrange has
occurred. The “V” and “A” symbols indicate
whether the overrange occurred in the current
or in the voltage path.
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Important!
Voltages and currents that lie outside
the permissible measuring range can
destroy the device.
L1 L2 L3 L4
VA
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
Fig. Measured value display with overrange.
UMG 604
Serial number
Firmware release
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
Fig. Measured value display with serial number.
Fig. Measured value display for the firmware
release.
Date
Time
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
RxD TxD Input Output L1 L2 L3 L4
Fig. Measured value display with date.
Fig. Measured value display with time.
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UMG 604
Service and maintenance
The device is subjected to various safety
checks before delivery and marked with a
seal. If a device is opened, the safety checks
must be repeated. A warranty will be provided
for unopened devices only.
Repair and calibration
Repair work and calibration can be carried out
by the manufacturer only.
Front film
The front film can be cleaned with a soft cloth
and standard household cleaning agent. Do
not use acids and products containing acid
for cleaning.
Battery
The internal clock is provided with power
from the power supply voltage. If the power
supply voltage fails the clock is supplied by
the battery. The clock supplies date and time
information, e.g. for recordings, minimum and
maximum values and events.
The life expectancy of the battery is at least
5 years, at a storage temperature of +45°C.
The typical life expectancy of the battery is 8
to 10 years.
The device must be opened to change the
battery. If the device has been opened a
renewed safety check is necessary for safe
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operation. A warranty will be provided for
unopened devices only.
Disposal
The UMG604 can be reused or recycled as
electronic scrap in accordance with the legal
provisions. The permanently installed lithium
battery must be disposed of separately.
Firmware update
If a firmware update has to be performed for
your UMG604 you can do this with the GridVis
software included in the scope of supply.
Service
Should questions arise, which are not
described in this manual, please contact the
manufacturer directly.
We will need the following information from
you to answer any questions:
- Device name (see rating plate),
- Serial name (see rating plate),
- Software release (see measured value
display),
- Measuring-circuit voltage and power supply
voltage,
- Precise description of the error.
UMG 604
Trouble shooting
Possible error
Cause
Remedy
No display.
External fusing for the power
supply voltage has tripped.
Replace fuse.
Device is defective.
Send device to the manufacturer
for repair.
No current display.
Measurement voltage is not
connected.
Measurement current is not
connected.
Connect the measuring-circuit
voltage.
Connect measuring-circuit current.
Displayed
current
is too large or too
small.
Current measurement in the
wrong phase.
Current transformer factor is
incorrectly programmed.
Check connection and correct if
necessary.
Read out and program the current
transformer transformation ratio at
the current transformer.
“EEEE” and “A”
in the display.
The current measuring range
has been exceeded.
Check the measuring-circuit current
and if necessary install a suitable
current transformer.
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Possible error
Cause
Remedy
Displayed
voltage
is too small or too
large.
Measurement in the wrong phase.
Check connection and correct if
necessary.
Read out and program the voltage
transformer transformation ratio
at the voltage transformer.
Displayed voltage is
too small.
Overrange.
The peak voltage value at the measurement input has been exceeded
by harmonic components.
Install voltage transformers.
“EEEE” and “V”
in the display.
The voltage measuring range has
been exceeded.
Check the measuring-circuit
voltage and if necessary install
a suitable voltage transformer.
„Error CF„ in the display
The calibration data could not be
read out.
Send device to the manufacturer
for checking with a precise
description of the error.
Active power consumption / supply is
reversed.
At least one current transformer
connection is mixed up/reversed.
Check connection and correct if
necessary.
A current path is assigned to the
wrong voltage path.
Check connection and correct if
necessary.
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Voltage transformer
programmed.
incorrectly
Important!
Ensure
the
measurement inputs are not
overloaded.
UMG 604
Possible error
Cause
Remedy
Active power too
small or too large.
The programmed current
transformer transformation
ratio is incorrect.
The current path is assigned
to the wrong voltage path.
The programmed voltage
transformer transformation
ratio is incorrect.
Read out and program the current
transformer transformation ratio at the
current transformer.
Check connection and correct if
necessary.
Read out and program the voltage
transformer transformation ratio at the
voltage transformer.
No connection with
the device.
RS485:
- Device address is incorrect.
- Wrong protocol.
- Termination missing.
Ethernet:
- IP address incorrect
- The concealed key
(service) was used.
Despite the measures above the device
does not work.
Device is defective.
Adjust the device address.
Select protocol.
Close bus with terminating resistor
(120 ohm).
Adjust IP address at the device.
Overwriting the address 204 with 0 and
set IP address or select DHCP/Zeroconf
(address 205).
Send device to the manufacturer for
checking with a precise description of
the error.
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UMG 604
Technical specifications
General information
Net weight
Device dimensions
Housing flammability class Installed position
Fixing/mounting
Battery
Backlight lifetime
: 350g
: approx l=107.5 mm, b=90 mm, h=82 mm
(according to DIN 43871:1992)
: UL94V-0
: any
: 35 mm top hat rail
(according to IEC/EN 60999-1, DIN EN 50022)
: Type Lithium CR2032, 3V
(according to UL 1642)
: 40000h (50% of initial brightness)
Ambient conditions during operation
The UMG604 is intended for weather-protected, stationary use. The UMG604 fulfils the use
conditions according to DIN IEC 60721-3-3.
Operating temperature range
: -10°C. +55°C
Relative humidity : 5 to 95 %, (at +25 °C) without condensation
Degree of pollution
:2
Operating altitude
: 0 .. 2000 m above sea level
Installed position
: any
Ventilation
: Forced ventilation is not required.
Transport and storage
The following information applies to devices which are transported or stored in the original
packaging.
Free fall : 1m
Temperature
: -20°C to +70°
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UMG 604
Power supply voltage
The power supply voltage must be connected to the UMG604 via a UL listed fuse.
Line circuit breaker
: 6A, type C (approved to UL / IEC)
Cylindrical fuses
: 0.6A, tripping characteristics M (medium time lag)
Cylindrical fuses
: 0.75A, tripping characteristics F (fast acting)
Installation overvoltage category
: II
Option 230V
Nominal range
: 95V .. 240V (45-65 Hz) or DC 135V .. 340V
Operating range
: +-10% of nominal range
Power consumption
: max 3.2W, max 9VA
Option 90V
Nominal range
: 50V .. 110V (45-65 Hz) or DC 50V .. 155V
Operating range
: +-10% of nominal range
Power consumption
: max 3.2W, max 9VA
Option 24V
Nominal range
: 20V .. 55V (45-65 Hz) or DC 20V .. 77V
Operating range
: +-10% of nominal range
Power consumption
: max 4W, max 9VA
Connectable conductors
Only one conductor may be connected per terminal connection!
Solid core, multi-core, flexible core
: 0.08 - 2,5 mm2, AWG 28 - 12
Pin-end connector, wire end ferrules: 1.5 mm2, AWG 16
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Protection class
Class II according to IEC 60536 (VDE 0106, Part 1), i.e. a PE terminal is not required!
Protection against ingress of solid foreign
bodies and water
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: IP20 according to EN 60529 September 2000,
IEC 60529:1989
UMG 604
Inputs and outputs
2 digital inputs
Pulse input (S0)
Maximum counting frequency
Switching input
Response time (Jasic program)
Input signal applied
Input signal not applied
: 20 Hz
: 200 ms
: 18V. 28 V DC (typically 4 mA)
: 0 .. 5 V DC, current less than 0.5 mA
2 digital outputs, semi-conductor relay, not short-circuit proof.
Switching voltage
: max 60 V DC, 30 V AC
Switching current : max 50 mAeff AC/DC
Response time (Jasic program)
: 200 ms
Output of voltage dips : 20 ms
Output of voltage overranges
: 20 ms
Pulse output (operating pulses)
: max 20 Hz
Cable length
Connectable conductors
Solid core, multi-core, flexible core
Pin-end connector, wire end ferrules
: up to 30 m unshielded
: greater than 30m shielded
: 0.08 - 1.5 mm2
:1
mm2, only one conductor may connected per
terminal connection!
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Temperature measurement input
Update time
Connectable sensors
Total burden (sensor + cable)
: approx 200 ms
: PT100, PT1000, KTY83, KTY84
: max 4 kohm
Sensor type
Temperature range
Resistance range
Measurement uncertainty
KTY83
KTY84
PT100
PT1000
-55 ° .. +175 °C
-40 ° .. +300 °C
-99 ° .. +500 °C
-99 ° .. +500 °C
500 ohm .. 2.6 kohm
350 ohm .. 2.6 kohm
60 ohm .. 180 ohm
600 ohm .. 1,8 kohm
± 1.5% rng
± 1.5% rng
± 1.5% rng
± 1.5% rng
rng = measuring range
Cable length
Connectable conductors
Solid core, multi-core, flexible core
Pin-end connector, wire end ferrules
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: up to 30 m unshielded
: greater than 30 m shielded
: 0.08 - 1.5 mm2
:1
mm2, only one conductor may be connected
per terminal connection!
UMG 604
Interfaces
RS232
Protocol
Transfer rate
: 5 pin screw-type terminals.
: Modbus RTU/slave
9600 bps, 19.2 kbps, 38.4 kbps, 57.6 kbps ,
115.2 kbps
RS485 Protocol, modbus RTU
Transfer rate
: 2 pin screw-type terminals.
: Modbus RTU/slave, modbus RTU/master
: 9.6 kbps, 19.2 kbps, 38.4 kbps, 57.6 kbps,
115.2 kbps, 921.6 kbps
RS485 (optional) : Connector, SUB D 9 pin
Protocol, profibus (optional) : Profibus DP/V0 according to EN 50170
Transfer rate
: 9.6 kbaud up to 12 Mbaud
Ethernet 10/100Base-TX (optional)
Connection
: RJ-45
Functions
: Modbus gateway, embedded web server (HTTP)
Protocols
: TCP/IP, EMAIL (SMTP), DHCP-Client (BootP), Modbus/TCP(Port 502), ICMP (Ping), NTP, TFTP,
Modbus RTU over Ethernet (Port 8000), FTP,
SNMP.
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Measurement uncertainty
The measurement uncertainty of the UMG604 applies to use of the following measuring ranges.
The measured value must lie within the given limits. Outside these limits the measurement
uncertainty is unspecified.
Measured value
Measurement uncertainties
Voltage Current L
Current N
Power
Harmonic components U, I
Active energy
Current transformer ../5A
Current transformer ../1A
Reactive energy
Current transformer ../5A
Current transformer ../1A
Frequency
Internal clock
± 0.2% DIN EN 61557-12:2008
± 0.2% DIN EN 61557-12:2008
± 0.6% DIN EN 61557-12:2008
± 0.4% DIN EN 61557-12:2008
Class 1 DIN EN 61000-4-7
Class 0.5S (DIN EN 62053-22:2003, IEC 62053:22:2003)
Class 1
(DIN EN 62053-21:2003, IEC 62053:21:2003)
Class 2
(DIN EN 62053-23:2003, IEC 62053:23:2003)
Class 2
(DIN EN 62053-23:2003, IEC 62053:23:2003)
± 0.01Hz
±1 minute/month (18°C ... 28 °C)
The specifications apply under the following conditions:
- Annual recalibration,
- a warming up time of 10 minutes,
- an ambient temperature of 18 .. 28°C.
If the device is operated outside the range from 18 .. 28°C an additional measurement error equal
to ±0.01% of the measured value must be taken into account per °C difference.
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Measuring inputs
Voltage measurement
Three-phase 4-wire systems (L-N/L-L)
Three-phase 3-wire systems (L-L)
Resolution
Measurement range L-N
Measurement range L-L
Crest-faktor
Measurement category
Specified impulse withstand voltage
Impedance
Power input
Scanning frequency
Transients
Fundamental oscillation
: max. 277 V/480 V
: max. 480 V
: 0,01 V
: 01) .. 600Vrms
: 01) .. 1000Vrms
: 2 (referring to 480 Vrms)
: 300V CAT III
: 4 kV
: 4 MOhm/phase
: approx 0.1 VA
: 20 kHz/phase
: >50 µs
: 45 Hz .. 65 Hz
1)The UMG604 can only detect measurement values if a voltage L-N larger than 10Veff or a volt-
age L-L larger than 18Veff is applied to at least one voltage measurement input.
Connectable conductors (current measurement and voltage measurement)
Only one conductor may connected per terminal connection.
Solid core, multi-core, flexible core
: 0.08 - 4 mm2, AWG 28 - 12
Pin-end connector, wire end ferrules : 2
.5 mm2, AWG 14
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Current measurement
Nominal current Rated current Resolution
Measurement range
Crest-faktor
Measurement category
Specified impulse withstand voltage
Power input
Overload for 1 sec
Scanning frequency
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:5A
:6A
: 1mA
: 0.001 .. 8.5Arms
: 2 (referring to 6 Arms)
: 300 V CAT III
: 4 kV
: approx 0.2 VA (Ri=5 mohm)
: 100 A (sinusoidal)
: 20 kHz
UMG 604
Parameter list
Add Name Setting range
000
001
002
003
010
011
012
013
020
021
022
023
030
031
032
033
040
041
042
043
Units
Default
setting
Current transformer, primary, L1..L4 Current transformer, secondary, L1..L4 Voltage transformer, primary, L1..L4 Voltage transformer, secondary, L1..L4
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 5
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 480
A
A
V
V
5
5
400
400
Current transformer, primary, L1 Current transformer, secondary, L1
Voltage transformer, primary, L1
Voltage transformer, secondary, L1 Current transformer, primary, L2 Current transformer, secondary, L2
Voltage transformer, primary, L2 Voltage transformer, secondary, L2 Current transformer, primary, L3 Current transformer, secondary, L3
Voltage transformer, primary, L3 Voltage transformer, secondary, L3 Current transformer, primary, L4 Current transformer, secondary, L4
Voltage transformer, primary, L4 Voltage transformer, secondary, L4 0 .. 1000000
1 .. 5
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 480
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 5
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 480
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 5
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 480
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 5
0 .. 1000000
1 .. 480
A
A
V
V
A
A
V
V
A
A
V
V
A
A
V
V
5
5
400
400
5
5
400
400
5
5
400
400
5
5
400
400
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Add Name Setting range
Units
Default
setting
100 Automatically get TFTP configuration file
0 = switched off
x = file number
101 TFTP error handling
0 = In the event of an error the
Configuration menu appears
in the UMG604.
1 = In the event of an error the
does NOT switch to the
Configuration menu of the UMG604.
110 Current transformer circuit (L1 .. L3)
0 = three current transformers
1 = two current transformers (Aron circuit)
111 Voltage measurement system configuration
0 = three-phase 4-conductor system
1 = three-phase 3-conductor system
0 .. 9999
-
0
0 .. 1
-
0
0 .. 1
-
0
0 .. 1
-
0
112
113
114
0 .. 1
-
0
0 .. 1
0 .. 1
-
-
0
0
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Deletes all real and apparent energy meters
and S0-counters (1 = delete)
Deletes all reactive energy meters (1 = delete)
Resets all minimum and maximum values
(1 = reset)
UMG 604
Add Name Setting range
Units
Default
setting
200 Device address, modbus/profibus 201 Baud rate, RS232
0 = 9600 bit/s
1 = 19200 bit/s
2 = 38400 bit/s
3 = 57600 bit/s
4 = 115200 bit/s
1 .. 255
0 .. 4
1
4
202 Baud rate, RS485
0 = 9600 bit/s
1 = 19200 bit/s
2 = 38400 bit/s
3 = 57600 bit/s
4 = 115200 bit/s
5 = 921600 bit/s
0 .. 5
4
203 RS485, mode
0 = modbus RTU/slave
1 = modbus RTU/master
2 = gateway transparent
5 = BACnet MS/TP (optional)
0 .. 6
0
204 RS232, mode
0 = modbus RTU/slave
3 = Debug
6 = SLIP
(only for internal use)
0 .. 6
0
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Add Name Setting range
Units
Default
setting
205 DHCP mode
0 = fixed IP
1 = BootP
2 = DHCP-Client
3 = Zeroconf
0, 1, 2, 3 2
300
301
302
303
IP address, xxx --- --- ---
IP address, --- xxx --- --- IP address, --- --- xxx --- IP address, --- --- --- xxx 0 .. 255
0 .. 255
0 .. 255
0 .. 255
000
000
000
000
304
305
306
307
IP mask, xxx --- --- ---
IP mask, --- xxx --- --- IP mask, --- --- xxx --- IP mask, --- --- --- xxx 0 .. 255
0 .. 255
0 .. 255
0 .. 255
000
000
000
000
310
311
312
313
IP gateway, xxx --- --- ---
IP gateway, --- xxx --- --- IP gateway, --- --- xxx --- IP gateway, --- --- --- xxx 0 .. 255
0 .. 255
0 .. 255
0 .. 255
000
000
000
000
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Add Name Setting range
Units
Default
setting
400 Day
401 Month
402 Year
403 Hour
404 Minute
405 Second
406 Accept date and time
1 = accept set data
500 Device password
501 Homepage, password mode 502 Homepage, password 510 Activate “EMAX” option, licence part 1
511 Activate “EMAX” option, licence part 2
1 .. 31
1 .. 12
1 .. 9999
0 .. 23
0 .. 59
0 .. 59
0, 1
xx
xx
xxxx
xx
xx
xx
0
0 .. 9999
0, 2, 128, 130
0 .. 9999
xxxx
0
xxxx
0 .. 9999
0 .. 9999
xxxx
xxxx
520 Activate “BACnet” option, licence part 1
521 Activate “BACnet” option, licence part 2
0 .. 9999
0 .. 9999
xxxx
xxxx
600
601
602
603
0 .. 99
0 .. 16
0 .. 8
0 .. 9999
50
10
3
60
LCD, Contrast
LCD, Backlight, max. brightness
LCD, Backlight, min. brightness
LCD, Backlight, -
-
-
s
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Measured value displays
You can have the following measured values shown on the display, with the default factory setting,
­using keys 1 and 2. The measured value names used are abbreviated and have the following meaning: Active power demand = active power demand, imported supply
Reactive power = reactive power, inductive
Active power demand = active power demand, imported supply with return block
Voltage
L1-N
Voltage
L2-N
Voltage
L3-N
Voltage
L4-N
Voltage
L1-L2
Voltage
L2-L3
Voltage
L3-L1
Current
L1
Current
L2
Current
L3
Current
L4
Active Power
demand L1
Active Power
demand L2
Active Power
demand L3
Active Power
demand L4
Active Power
demand L1..L3
Active Power
demand L1..L4
Reactive
Power L1
Reactive
Power L2
Reactive
Power L3
Reactive
Power L4
Reactive
Power L1..L3
Reactive
Power L1..L4
Active Energy
demand L1..L3
Active Energy
demand L1..L4
Active Energy Active Energy Active Energy Active Energy
demand L1
demand L2
demand L3
demand L4
cos(phi)
L1
cos(phi)
L2
cos(phi)
L3
cos(phi)
L4
cos(phi)
L1..L3
Frequency
Rotating field
Temperature
input
Date
Time
Serial
number
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Firmware
Release
UMG 604
Declaration of conformity
The product fulfils the following EC Directives:
2004/108/EG Electromagnetic compatibility of electrical equipment.
2006/95/EG Electrical equipment for use within certain voltage limits.
Considered standards:
Noise immunity
IEC/EN 61326-1:2013
IEC/EN 61000-4-2:2009 IEC/EN 61000-4-3:2011
IEC/EN 61000-4-4:2013
IEC/EN 61000-4-5:2007
IEC/EN 61000-4-6:2009
IEC/EN 61000-4-8:2010
IEC/EN 61000-4-11:2005
Class A: Industrial environment
Electrostatic discharge
Electromagnetic RF Field 80-2700MHz
Burst
Surge
Conducted disturbances 0.15-80MHz
Power frequency magnetic field
Voltage dips, short interrupts and voltage variations
Noise emission
IEC/EN 61326-1:2013
IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011:2011 IEC/CISPR11/EN 55011:2011 Class B: Residental environment
Radio disturbance field strength 30-1000MHz
Radio disturbance voltage 0.15-30MHz
Equipment safety
IEC/EN 61010-1:2011
IEC/EN 61010-2-030:2011
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for Measurement, control and laboratory use – Part 1: General requirements
Particular requirements for testing and measuring circuits
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Dimensioned drawings
Front view
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Side view
UMG 604
UMG604 connection example
An. In
RS232
Dig. I/O
Ethernet
Option
2
3
4
5
6
7
Versorgungsspannung
Auxiliary Supply
Spannungsmessung
Voltage measurement
L1 L2 L3 L4 N
8
9
10
11
12
13
10A
(UL listed)
PE
N
L1
L2
L3
S1
S1
S2
S1
S2
S1
S2
S2
Verbraucher
Consumer
RS485
Option
Strommessung
Current measurement
I2
I3
I4
I1
1
RS485
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Quick Reference Instructions
Adjusting the primary current
You have three current transformers of the same type with a current transformer ratio of 200 A/5 A.
You would like to program the primary current with 200 A.
To do this you must enter the value 200 for the primary current in the address 000.
The secondary current is preset to 5 A in address 001 in the factory.
Switch to Program mode
Simultaneously press keys 1 and 2 for around
one second.
The PRG symbol for programming mode
appears.
The content of address 000 is displayed.
Change address
PRG
Address
Content
As address 000 is already displayed the
address does not have to be changed.
Enter the primary current.
Use Key 1 to select the digit to be changed.
Use Key 2 to change the selected digit.
PRG
Exit program mode
Simultaneously press both keys for around
1 second.
The current transformer setting is saved and
the device returns to display mode.
80
Address
Content
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