PX 110 - PX 120
PUISSANCEMÈTRE
POWER METER
WATTMETER
WATTOMETRI
VATÍMETROS
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Puissancemètres
PX 110 - PX 120
PUISSANCEMÈTRE
POWER METER
WATTMETER
WATTOMETRI
VATÍMETROS
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Notice de fonctionnement
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Chapitre
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User's manual
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Chapter
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Bedienungsanleitung
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Kapitel
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Libretto d'Istruzioni
pagina 51
Capitolo
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Manual de Instrucciones
página 66
Capítulo
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688 919 B00 - Ed 2 - 10/2001
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➀
➁
HOLD
kVAR
SMOOTH
kVA
O
INRUSH
kW
PF
ON/OFF
DISPLAY
HOLD
SMOOTH
➂
INRUSH
➃
PX 110
POWER METER
Se reporter au § 2. Description
See § 2. Description
Siehe § 2. Beschreibung
Vedi § 2. Descrizione
Remitirse al § 2. Descripción
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➀
➁
HOLD
kVAR
SMOOTH
kVA
O
INRUSH
T3FE
kW
PF
ON/OFF
DISPLAY
T3FE
HOLD
SMOOTH
INRUSH
➂
➃
PX 120
POWER METER
Se reporter au § 2. Description
See § 2. Description
Siehe § 2. Beschreibung
Vedi § 2. Descrizione
Remitirse al § 2. Descripción
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CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................
1.1 Precautions and safety measures ..................................................................................
1.2 Protective systems ..........................................................................................................
1.3 Guarantee ........................................................................................................................
1.4 Repair and metrological verification ................................................................................
1.5 Unpacking - Repacking ...................................................................................................
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2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTRUMENT ..................................................................................
2.1 Casing (see the diagrams at the beginning of this operating manual) ...........................
2.2 Display .............................................................................................................................
2.3. INRUSH function .............................................................................................................
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3. IMPLEMENTATION - FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS ....................................................
3.1. Reference conditions ......................................................................................................
3.2 Voltage measurements (V) .........................................................................................
3.3 Current measurements (A) .........................................................................................
3.4 Power measurements
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3.5 Communication (option) ..................................................................................................
3.6 Mains power supply (option) ...........................................................................................
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4. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................
4.1 Dimensions and weight ...................................................................................................
4.2 Power supply ...................................................................................................................
4.3 Environmental parameters ..............................................................................................
4.4 Compliance with norms ...................................................................................................
4.5 Variations in operating range ..........................................................................................
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5. ACCESSORIES ....................................................................................................................... 34
5.1 Delivered with the wattmeters PX 110 / PX 120 ............................................................. 34
5.2 Delivered as options ........................................................................................................ 34
6. MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................
6.1 Replacing the batteries ...................................................................................................
6.2 Replacing the fuse ..........................................................................................................
6.2 Storage ............................................................................................................................
6.3 Cleaning ..........................................................................................................................
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Chapter I
1.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Thank you for purchasing this PX 110 or PX 120 wattmeter.
This instrument complies with the NF EN 61010 Ed. 95 safety standard concerning electronic
measurement instruments. For your own safety and to prevent damage to the instrument, it
is essential to respect the instructions given in this manual. The contents of this manual must
not be reproduced in any form without our consent.
1.1
Precautions and safety measures
1.1.1
Before using
* This instrument can be used for testing category-III installations, with voltages which
never exceed 600 V (AC or DC) in relation to the earth.
* Definition of installation categories (see publication IEC 664-1):
CAT I:
Category I circuits are circuits protected by low level transient over-voltage
limiters
Example: protected electronic circuits
CAT II : CAT II circuits are household appliance or similar power circuits, which may
carry medium-level transient over-voltages.
Example: household appliance and portable tool power supplies
CAT III : CAT III circuits are high-power appliance power circuits, which may carry
high-level transient over-voltages.
Example: industrial machinery or instrument power supplies
CAT IV : CAT IV circuits are circuits which can carry very substantial transient overvoltages.
Example: power feeder
* To use this instrument, the user must comply with the usual safety rules in order to:
- ensure protection against electric currents,
- protect the instrument against incorrect operations.
* For your safety, only use the leads and the fuse delivered with the instrument: they
comply with the norm EN 61010-1 + A1 + A2, Ed. 95. Before using, always check that
they are in perfect working order.
1.1.2
When using the instrument
* Never exceed the protection limit values indicated in the specifications for each type
of measurement.
* When the instrument is connected to the measurement circuits, do not touch any
unused terminals.
* When repairing TVs or measuring on power switching circuits, there may be highamplitude voltage surges on the measuring points which can damage the instrument.
These surges can be attenuated by using a filtering probe.
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1.1.3
Symbols
The following symbols are used:
ATTENTION: Consult the manual.
Incorrect use may damage the instrument and endanger the user.
This appliance is protected by dual insulation or reinforced insulation. It does not
have to be connected to an earth protection terminal for electrical safety.
1.1.4
Instructions
* Before opening the instrument, disconnect if from all sources of electrical current and
from the measuring circuits; make sure that you are not charged with static electricity,
which could irreparably damage the instrument’s internal elements.
* The fuses must be replaced by models identical to those fitted originally.
* Adjustments, maintenance or repair work on the instrument must only be carried out
by qualified personnel. A “qualified person” is someone who is familiar with the
installation, the construction, the application and the dangers at hand. This person is
authorized to power up and power down the installation and equipment, in compliance
with safety regulations.
* In the event of faults or abnormal constraints, cut off the power to the instrument and
do not allow anyone to use it until it has been checked.
* It is advisable to remove the batteries if the instrument is not going to be used for a
long time.
1.2
Protective systems
This instrument is equipped with systems to protect it:
* 1 fuse protects the input for the current measurements,
* the external moulding of the casing ensures that it is dustproof and waterproof in the
operating position.
1.3
Guarantee
This equipment is guaranteed against any material or manufacturing defects, in accordance
with the general conditions of sale.
During the warranty period (1 year), the instrument can only be repaired by the manufacturer,
who reserves the right to repair the instrument or to exchange all or part of it. If the equipment
is returned to the manufacturer, the outgoing transport costs are borne by the customer.
The warranty is not applicable in the following cases:
1. improper use of the equipment or use of it in conjunction with incompatible equipment;
2. modifications to the equipment without the explicit authorisation of the manufacturer’s
technical department;
3. work carried out on the instrument by a person not approved by the manufacturer;
4. adaptation for a specific application, not included in the definition of the equipment or the
user’s manual;
5. knocks, falls or flooding.
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1.4
Repair and metrological verification
Information and address details available on request:
Tel. (33) (0)2.31.64.51.53 - Fax (33) (0)2.31.64.51.09
1.5
Unpacking - Repacking
All the equipment was checked mechanically and electronically before shipment.
Every precaution was taken to ensure that you receive the instrument undamaged.
It is a good idea however to check quickly to detect any damage that may have occurred
during transport.
If there is any damage, immediately notify the transporter of the customary reservations.
2.
Caution!
If you ship this instrument on elsewhere, use preferably the original
packaging and indicate the reasons for reshipment as clearly as possible
in a note enclosed with the equipment.
Note:
Our products are patented in FRANCE and ABROAD. Our logos are
registered trade marks.
We reserve the right to modify the characteristics and prices should
technological advances make it necessary.
DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTRUMENT
The PX 110 and PX 120 wattmeters can be used to measure AC and DC power levels,
voltages and currents. They have been designed specifically for general and technical colleges,
installers and maintenance departments.
The PX 110 is a single-phase only wattmeter, while the PX 120 provides the possibility of
measuring three-phase power levels, but only three-phase with 3 balanced wires (T3FE);
both models enable measurement in all four quadrants.
These wattmeters give priority to reliability, robustness, safety, simplicity of use and rapidity
of implementation (automatic range change).
The two models have a two-way communication interface (optical head).
The two models measure:
- AC voltages from 500 mV to 600 V rms,
- DC voltages from 500 mV to 600 V,
- AC currents from 10 mA to 10 A,
- DC currents from 10 mA to 10 A,
- DC power levels up to 6 kW,
- AC active power levels up to 6 kW,
- AC reactive power levels up to 6 kVAR,
- AC apparent power levels up to 6 kVA
- the power factor.
The measurement range concerning the fundamental frequency is 40 to 70 Hz.
The bandwidth is 1 kHz (harmonics).
The AC and DC components are not dissociable (RMS values).
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2.1
Casing (see the diagrams at the beginning of this operating manual)
➀
➁
➂
➃
Safety sockets for input of the currents to be measured
Safety sockets for input of the voltages to be measured
Control keys (5 for the PX 110 and 6 for the PX120)
ON / OFF Activation / shutdown
DISPLAY Gives access to the various screens by successive presses
T3FE
Gives access to measurement of the power and PF (power factor) in threephase mode with balanced wires , only on the PX 120 (short press)
HOLD
Used to freeze the display of the values (short press)
SMOOTH Enables filtering of the values measured (short press)
INRUSH If pressed briefly, enables acquisition of the peak startup current for a motor.
The RMS current value measured is maintained until a higher value is
measured or until you exit from the function.
Housing of the optical communication head
On the back of the instrument, there are:
- The access hatch for replacing the batteries (see § 7.1)
- The stand enabling the instrument to be set up in a tilted position.
- The mains power supply option which is connected in place of the battery hatch.
2.2
Display
The liquid crystal display allows the display of
numeric values and the symbol of the
corresponding unit, as well as the symbols of
the different functions.
2.2.1
Digital display
This is made up of 3 display blocks (4
digits, 9,999 counts, 3 decimals and 1 sign
“-”) each with a specific assignment
depending on the function and
measurement mode selected.
If the measurement capacity is exceeded,
it is indicated by OL in the centre of the
corresponding numeric display.
HOLD
kVAR
SMOOTH
O
kVA
INRUSH
T3FE
kW
PF
Upper display:
First screen: Displays the value of the voltage in V
Second screen: Displays the value of the reactive power in VAR or kVAR
Middle display:
First screen: Displays the value of the current in A
Second screen: Displays the value of the apparent power in VA or kVA
Lower display:
First screen: Displays the value of the active power in W or kW
Second screen: Displays the value of the power factor
PF: Indicates that the numeric value displayed in the power factor
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2.2.2
Display of the function symbols
HOLD
Indicates use of the corresponding key (see § 2.1)
SMOOTH Indicates use of the corresponding key (see § 2.1)
O
Indicates that communication is activated (see § 3.6)
T3FE
Indicates use of the corresponding key for three-phase/balanced wires
measurement (only on PX 120)
Indicates that the remaining battery charge life is < 4 hours
INRUSH
Indicates use of the corresponding key for peak start-up current measurement
(see § 2.3)
2.3.
INRUSH function
This function can be used to follow rapid, damped sinusoidal evolution of the current by
measuring the successive RMS values calculated over a half-period and updated over a
half-period.
The applications are:
- Measurement of motor start-up currents
- Correct definition of fuses and circuit breakers (signal amplitude-time relationship)
- Stress on components by current overload
The field of application is limited to industrial frequencies (40 Hz... 70 Hz).
3. IMPLEMENTATION - FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
The instrument is activated and shut down by pressing the ON/OFF key (long press for
shutdown); it shuts down automatically if it is not used for 10 minutes.
Input and output in each of the functions is performed by successive brief presses in the
keys concerned.
When the instrument is switched on, all the segments are lit up for 1 second.
Do not connect any voltages exceeding 600 V in relation to the earth
3.1.
Reference conditions
The functional characteristics are guaranteed in the following reference ranges:
- Temperature: +23°C ± 3°C
- Humidity: 45% to 80% RH
- Supply voltage: 9 V ±0.1V
- Frequency range: DC, 50 Hz ±3 Hz sinusoidal (THD < 0.1%)
- DC magnetic field: < 40 A/m (earth field)
- No external AC magnetic field
- No electrical field
Note: There are reference conditions specific to each function: these will be indicated in
the characteristics of each function.
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3.2
Voltage measurements
(V)
1. Press the ON/OFF key: the first screen appears
2. Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s voltage measurement terminals (on
the right), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal and black
lead on the “COM” terminal.
3. Connect the assembly to the voltage source to be measured, making sure if possible that
this voltage does not exceed the maximum acceptable limits (see table below).
The upper digital display indicates the value of the voltage and the corresponding unit (V).
3.2.1
Specific reference conditions
DC: AC component < 0.1% of the DC signal
AC: Sinusoidal signal (THD < 0.1%)
3.2.2
Characteristics
Display range
600 V (1)
Measuring range
0.5...600 V
Accuracy for AC
0.5% of reading ±2 counts
Accuracy for DC
1% of reading ±3 counts
Resolution
0.1 V
Display stability
5 cts in normal mode - 2 cts in SMOOTH mode
Repeatability of the measurement
0.2% typical
Display response time
500 ms in normal mode - 3 s in SMOOTH mode
Input impedance
1 MΩ
(1) Above 600 V +3%, the display indicates “OL”.
3.3
Current measurements
(A)
1. Press the ON/OFF key: the first screen appears
2. Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s current measurement terminals (on
the left), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal and black
lead on the “COM” terminal.
If the “Voltage” terminals are not connected, current measurement is possible but the
frequency taken by default is 50 Hz
3. Set up as shown in the diagram below, making sure if possible that the maximum
acceptable limits are not exceeded (see table below).
I
I
W
L1
U
L1
U
N
N
Fig 3.3.1 Single-phase connection diagram
Note: Range switching is automatic.
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3.3.1
Specific reference conditions
DC: AC component 0.1% of the DC signal
AC: Sinusoidal signal (THD < 0.1%)
3.3.2
Characteristics in normal and SMOOTH modes
2A
10 A (1)
10 mA...1.999 A
2.00...9.99 A
Accuracy for AC
0.7% of reading ±5 cts +1 mA
0.7% of reading ±5 cts
Accuracy for DC
1.5% of reading ±5 cts +1 mA
1.5% of reading ±5 cts
Resolution
1 mA
10 mA
Detection threshold
5 mA
50 mA
5 cts in normal mode
5 cts in normal mode
2 cts in SMOOTH mode
2 cts in SMOOTH mode
Display range
Measuring range
Display stability
Response time
of the digital display
500 ms in normal mode
3 s in SMOOTH mode
(1) Above 10 A +3%, the display indicates “OL”.
3.3.3
Characteristics in INRUSH mode
Display range
A
5 A...65 A (40 ms) (1)
Measuring range
Max. current for acceleration 1s
30 A
Max. current for acceleration 8s
24 A
Max. current for acceleration 20s
20 A
Accuracy
10% of reading ±2 counts
Resolution
100 mA
Measurement method
RMS value over half-period
(1) Above 65 A, the display indicates “OL”.
3.4
Power measurements
I
L1
Power supply
Alimentation
U
I+
W
L1
U+
Load
Charge
N
N
Fig 4.4.1 Single-phase connection diagram
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L1
I+
W
Power supply
L1
Charge
Alimentation
U
U+
Load
L2
L2
L3
L3
Fig 4.4.2 Three-phase/balanced wires (T3FE)
connection diagram (PX 120 only)
■ Common characteristics of power measurements
The active and reactive power measurements are signed, whereas the apparent power
measurement is not.
The display indicates “OL” if the voltage or current is in “OL”.
3.4.1
Specific reference conditions
DC: AC component < 0.1% of the DC signal
AC: - Sinusoidal signals
- PF = 1
- Frequency: 50 Hz
3.4.2
Active power measurements
1. Press the ON/OFF key: the first screen appears
2. Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s current measurement terminals
(on the left), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal and
black lead on the “COM” terminal.
Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s voltage measurement terminals
(on the right), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal
and black lead on the “COM” terminal.
Set up as indicated in the connection diagrams in Fig.4.4.1 (single phase) or Fig.4.4.2
(balanced three-phase, T3FE only PX 120), depending on the case, making sure if
possible that the maximum acceptable limits are not exceeded (see table below).
Range switching is automatic.
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Single-phase characteristics
Display range
1000 W
6 kW
Measuring range
10.00 W...999.9 W
1000 W...5999 kW
Accuracy at 50Hz for PF ≥ 0.8 1.5% of reading ±2 cts 1.5% of reading ±2 cts
Accuracy with DC
2.5%of reading ±5 cts 2.5%of reading ±5cts
Resolution
0.1W
1W
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Three-phase characteristics
Display range
Specified measuring range
Accuracy at 50Hz for PF ≥ 0.8
Resolution
1000 W
10.00 W - 999,9 W
3% of reading ±2 cts
0.1W
6 kW
1000 W – 5999 W
3% of reading ±2 cts
1W
Note: With three-phase, the measurement of the active power is only performed on
the fundamental components, so it is only valid for sinusoidal signals.
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Apparent power measurements
1. Press the ON/OFF key: the first screen appears
2. Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s current measurement terminals
(on the left), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal and
black lead on the “COM” terminal.
Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s voltage measurement terminals
(on the right), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal
and black lead on the “COM” terminal.
3. Set up as indicated in the connection diagrams in Fig.4.4.1 (single phase) or Fig.4.4.2
(balanced three-phase, T3FE only PX 120), depending on the case, making sure if
possible that the maximum acceptable limits are not exceeded (see table below).
Range switching is automatic.
4. The upper digital display indicates the value of the voltage and the corresponding unit (V).
The middle digital display indicates the value of the current and the corresponding unit (A).
The lower digital display indicates the active power (W)
Press the DISPLAY key to display the 2nd screen:
The middle digital display indicates the value of the apparent power and the
corresponding unit (VA).
Characteristics
Display range
Measuring range
Accuracy at 50 Hz
Resolution
3.4.4
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1000 VA
10.0 VA...999.9 VA
1,5% of reading ±2 cts
0.1 VA
6 kVA
1000 VA...5999 kVA
1% of reading ±2 cts
1 VA
Reactive power measurements
1. Press the ON/OFF key: the first screen appears.
2. Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s current measurement terminals
(on the left), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal and
black lead on the “COM” terminal.
Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s voltage measurement terminals
(on the right), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal
and black lead on the “COM” terminal.
3. Set up as indicated in the connection diagrams in Fig.4.4.1 (single phase) or Fig.4.4.2
(balanced three-phase, T3FE only PX 120), depending on the case, making sure if
possible that the maximum acceptable limits are not exceeded (see table below).
Range switching is automatic.
4. The upper digital display indicates the value of the voltage and the corresponding
unit (V).
The middle digital display indicates the value of the current and the corresponding
unit (A).
The lower digital display indicates the active power (W)
Press the DISPLAY key to display the 2nd screen:
- the upper digital display indicates the value of the reactive power and the
corresponding unit (VAR).
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Single-phase characteristics
Display range
1000 VA
Measuring range
10.0 VA...999.9 VA
Accuracy at 50 Hz for cos ϕ =0.6 2%% of reading ±2 cts
Resolution
0.1 VA
The measurement is only accurate for sinusoidal signals
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6 kVA
1000 VA...5999 kVA
2% of reading ±2 cts
1 VA
Three-phase characteristics
Range
Specified measurement range
1000 VA
10.0 VA...999.9 VA
6 kVA
1000 VA...5999 kVA
Accuracy at 50 Hz for sin φ ≥ 0.6
Resolution
3% of reading ±2 cts
0.1 VAR
3% of reading ±2 cts
1 VAR
The three-phase measurement includes the harmonic and inter-harmonic powers up to 1 kHz
3.4.5
Measurement of the power factor (PF)
1. Press the ON/OFF key: the first screen appears.
2. Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s current measurement terminals
(on the left), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal and
black lead on the “COM” terminal.
Connect the measurement leads to the instrument’s voltage measurement terminals
(on the right), complying with the polarities indicated: red lead on the “+” terminal
and black lead on the “COM” terminal.
3. Set up as indicated in the connection diagrams in Fig.4.4.1 or Fig.4.4.2 (T3FE only
PX 120), depending on the case, making sure if possible that the maximum
acceptable limits are not exceeded (see table below). Range switching is automatic.
4. Press the DISPLAY key to display the 2nd screen:
- the lower display indicates the power factor and the symbol PF is displayed.
■ Characteristics
Display range
1.00
Measuring range
0.00 - 0.20
0.21 - 0.50
0.51 - 1.00
Accuracy
10% ± 2 cts
5% ± 2 cts
3% ± 2 cts
Resolution
0.01
Note 1: The power factor display is limited to à 1.00 and remains undetermined
“ - - - ” when S < 5 VA or S = OL.
Note 2: The power factor measurement is not a signed measurement.
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3.5
Communication (option)
The wattmeters are equipped with a two-way RS 232C communication channel.
Communication takes place via an optical head and the following functions are available:
- Calibration of the instrument in the factory or at a Manumesure branch.
- With operating software (available as an option) installed on a PC, it is possible to read and
record the wattmeter measurements; depending on the operating mode, you can:
- view one or two of six parameters on the PC screen,
- print out the contents of the screen,
- transfer measurement files into an Excel file and store them.
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3.6
Characteristics
- 1 start bit
- 8 data bits
- no parity
- 1 stop bit
- 9600 bauds.
These parameters are not configurable.
Mains power supply (option)
The PX110 and PX 120 wattmeters are equipped with a mains power supply adapter EN
61010-1 600V Cat III 6.9 VA as an option.
The battery hatch can be removed and replaced with an adapter connected to the AC mains
network.
■ Connection
The adapter hatch is fitted and then locked on the PX 110/120, with the measurement lead
disconnected.
The plug of the unit is connected to a “Europe”-type wall mains socket with the lead underneath.
■ Precaution for use
Remove the batteries from the PX110/120 before using the adapter.
4. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
4.1
Dimensions and weight
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4.2
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Approx. 835 g
Power supply
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211 x 108 x 60 mm
Six 1.5 V alkaline batteries (type 6LR6) or 6 NiCd 1.2 V batteries (14.5 x 50 mm) or 230 V
mains power supply (option)
Average battery charge life: 40 hours with batteries
Battery charge indicator
:
Fixed: < 1 hour, change battery
Automatic shutdown after 10 minutes without action on the keys and for S < 1 VA, U < 0.5 V
or I < 5 mA, in constant measurement (restart by pressing the ON key)
+
-
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Environmental parameters
■
Climatic conditions
Relative humidity in % RH
95
90
75
➂
45
➀
➁
➂
➀ Reference range
➁ Operating range
➂ Storage range (without battery)
10
-40
0
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50
70
Temperature in °C
Note: The operating range (2) is reduced to 40°C with the mains adapter accessory.
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■
4.4
Altitude
- Operation: ≤ 2,000 m
- Storage ≤ 10,000 m
Impermeability: protection index IP 54 (according to EN 60529, ed. 2000)
(IP2X electrical protection for the terminals)
Compliance with norms
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
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Electrical safety
(as per EN 61010-1 ed. 95)
- Dual insulation:
- Installation category: III
- Pollution level: 2
- Rated voltage: 600 V
Electromagnetic compatibility (EN 61326-1 éd.98)
Electrostatic discharge (IEC 61000-4-2)
- 4 kV contact, 8 kV air
- aptitude criterion A, industrial site
Electromagnetic field (IEC 61000-4-3)
- 10 V/m
- aptitude criterion A, industrial site
Bursts (IEC 61000-4-4)
- 2 kV Level III
- aptitude criterion B, industrial site
Shock wave (IEC 61000-4-5)
- 1 kV differential mode, 2 kV common mode
- aptitude criterion A, industrial site
Conducted interference (IEC 61000-4-6)
-3 V
- aptitude criterion A, industrial site
Mechanical resistance
- Operating position: any
- Impacts: 100 g (test as per IEC 68-2-27)
- Free fall: 1 m (test as per IEC 68-2-32)
- Vibrations: 0.15 mm (test as per IEC 68-2-6)
Auto-extinguishability
- Housing: V0
- Display window: V0
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4.5
Variations in operating range
Influence parameter
Frequency
Operating
range
40 to 70 Hz
Harmonics
PF
0.5 < PF < 0.8
PF
0.2 < PF < 0.5
PF
0.5 ≤ Sin φ < 0.6
Temperature
0 to 50°C
Relative humidity
10…95% RH
Battery voltage
6.5 to 10 V
Common mode
Parameters
influenced
Current
Voltage
Active power. 0.5 < PF < 1
Active power. 0.2 < PF < 0.5
Reactive power. 0.5 < PF < 0.8
P(T3FE) 0.6 ≤ PF ≤ 1
Q(T3FE) 0.6 ≤ PF ≤ 0.8
Apparent power
Current (THD = 40%)
Voltage (THD = 20%)
Voltage
P
P(T3FE)
P
P(T3FE)
Q
Q(T3FE)
Current
Voltage
Power
Current
Voltage
Power
Current
Voltage
Power
Current
Typical error
0.1%
0.1%
1.5%
2%
2%
2%
2%
0.5%
0,2% 0,5%
0,2% 0,5%
0,2% 0,2%
1%
2%
2% +2 W
4% +4 W
1%
1%
300 ppm/10°C
200 ppm/10°C
300 ppm/10°C
0,7%
0,7%
0,7%
0,04%
0,04%
0,1%
0,2% for
U = 230V 50 Hz
Note: The term Power covers the active power P and its associated values Q, S and PF.
5.
5.1
ACCESSORIES
Delivered with the wattmeters PX 110 / PX 120
2 sets of safety leads
1 set of leads with touch prods
Six 1.5 V batteries
1 operating manual
5.2
Delivered as options
Operating software (box + optical head) ................................................................... HX0013
Set of 6 NiCd 1.2 V batteries, size 14.5 x 50 mm ..................................................... HX0014
Set of six LR6-AA alkaline batteries .......................................................................... HX0020
Set of fuses ................................................................................................................ HX0019
Set of two 20 A leads (red/black) 2 m long for the voltage or current circuit ............ HX2004
Set of 2 touch prods (red/black) .............................................................................. HA2045A
Wattmeter switcher .................................................................................................... HX0011
Multi-ratio AC transformer (10, 15 and 30 A) ............................................................ HX0012
Mains power supply adapter ...................................................................................... HX0021
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Wattmeters
Chapter VI
6.
MAINTENANCE
Only use specified spare parts for maintenance purposes. The manufacturer cannot
accept any responsibility for accidents occurring following repairs carried out outside
its after-sales department or approved maintenance network.
6.1
Replacing the batteries
Disconnect the leads from the instrument
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6.2
Press the OFF key
Unscrew the “quarter-turn screw” located at the top of the battery and fuse access hatch
(on the back of the instrument) and remove the hatch by pulling the stand.
Replace the 6 batteries located on either side of the opening with 6LR6-type 1.5 V alkaline
batteries, taking care to comply with the polarities indicated on the printed circuit.
Reinstall the hatch and lock the quarter-turn screw.
Replacing the fuse
Disconnect the leads from the instrument
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6.2
Press the OFF key
Proceed as indicated in § 6.1 for replacement of the batteries.
Replace the fuse with a 10 A fuse of the same type (10 A - 200 kA-600 V AC- 20 kA DC 10 x 38).
Reinstall the hatch and lock the quarter-turn screw.
Storage
If the wattmeter is not used for a period of more than 60 days, remove the batteries and store
them separately.
6.3
Cleaning
Disconnect the leads from the instrument and press the OFF key
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Clean the unit with a cloth slightly moistened with soapy water. Clean off with a damp
cloth. Then dry quickly with a cloth or pulsed air.
Wattmeters
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688 919 B00 - Ed. 2 - 11/2001
METRIX
Parc des Glaisins
6, avenue du Pré de Challes
B.P. 330
F- 74943 ANNECY-LE-VIEUX Cedex
Tél. 04 50 64 22 22 - Fax 04 50 64 22 00
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