Quick manual
POWER QUALITY ANALYZER
KEW 6310
Contents
KEW6310
●Preface
This Quick manual is a simplified version of the full instruction manual which can be found in the supplied
CD-ROM. This manual is intended only as a handy reference guide and should only
be used after having read the full instruction manual which contains full details on
each function of this instrument and the items contained in the package.
●Safety Warning!
The instruction manual contains warnings and safety procedures which have to
be observed to ensure safe operation of the instrument and maintain it in a safe
condition. Thus, these operating instructions have to be read prior to using the
instrument.
Contents
1. Instrument Overview ……………………………………………………………………………
2. Instrument Layout ………………………………………………………………………………
3. Getting started …………………………………………………………………………………
4. Setting
2
5
7
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5. Instantaneous (Inst) value Measurement
6. Integration value Measurement
7. Demand Measurement
8. WAVE Range
9. Harmonic Analysis
10. Power Quality
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Swell / Dip / Short interruption (Int) Measurement
……………………………… 27
Transient Measurement ……………………………………………………………
Inrush current Measurement ………………………………………………………
Unbalance Ratio ……………………………………………………………………
Flicker ………………………………………………………………………………
Capacitance Calculation ……………………………………………………………
11. CF Card / Saved data …………………………………………………………………………
12. Wiring check ……………………………………………………………………………………
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The latest software can be downloaded from our web site.
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Instrument Overview
1.Instrument Overview
Feature
This is a Clamp-type Power Quality Analyzer that can be used for various wiring systems. It can be
used for simple measurements of instantaneous/ integration/ demand values, and also for monitoring
waveforms and vectors, analyzing harmonics and measuring fluctuations in supply voltages and for
the simulation of power factor correction with capacitor banks. Data can be saved either in the internal
memory or a CF card, and can be transferred to a PC either via an USB lead or a CF Card reader.
Safety construction
Designed to meet the international safety standard IEC 61010-1 CAT.III 600V/ CAT.II 1000V
Wiring configuration
KEW6310 supports : Single-phase 2-wire, Single-phase 3-wire, Three-phase 3-wire, Three-phase 4-wire.
Measurement and calculation
KEW6310 measures voltage (RMS), current (RMS), and calculates active/reactive/apparent power,
power factor, phase angle, frequency, neutral current and active/ reactive/ apparent electric energy.
(RMS)
Demand measurment
Electricity consumption can be easily monitored so as not to exceed the target maximum demand values.
Waveform / Vector display
Voltage and current can be displayed by waveform or vector.
Harmonic analysis
Harmonic components of voltage and current can be measured and analyzed.
Power quality analysis
Measuring Swell/ Dip/ Int, Transient, Inrush current, Unbalance ratio and flicker*, moreover, simulating
power factor correction with capacitor banks.
* Flicker measurement function is only available with ver.2.00 or later.
Saving data
KEW6310 is endowed with a logging function with a preset recording interval. Data can be saved by
manual operation or at pre-set time & date. Screen data can be saved by using Print Screen function.
Dual power supply system
KEW6310 operates either with an AC power supply or with batteries. Both dry-cell batteries (alkaline)
and rechargeable batteries (Ni-MH) can be used. Battery charge while rechargeable batteries installed in
the instrument is possible. In the event of interruption, while operating with AC power supply, power to
the instrument is automatically restored by the batteries in the instrument.
Large display
Color display with large screen
Light & compact design
Clamp sensor type, compact and light weight design
Application
Data in the internal memory or CF card can be saved in a PC via a USB lead or a CF Card reader. As
well supplied software facilitates setting, optional analysis software facilitates data analysis.
Input/output function
Analogue signals from thermometers or light sensors can be measured simultaneously with electrical
power data via 2 analogue inputs (DC voltage); signals exceeding a preset threshold values at each
range can be transmitted to alarms devices via 1 digital output.
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Functional Overview
KEW6310
Functional Overview
Instantaneous value measurement
Measures average/max/min values of instantaneous
values of current, voltage and electric power.
See (Section 5) W Range for further details.
Integration value measurement
Measures active/ apparent/ reactive powers on each CH.
See (Section 6) Wh Range for further details.
Demand measurement
Measures demand values based on the preset target
values. Digital output signals alert the user that the
predicted value may exceed the target value.
SET UP
See (Section 7) DEMAND Range for further details.
See (Section 4) Setting for further details.
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Setting of KEW6310 or of measurements.
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Functional Overview
Measurement at WAVE Range
Displays vector / waveform of voltages and currents per CH
See (Section 8) WAVE Range for further details.
Harmonic measurement
Measures / analyzes harmonic components of current &
voltages
See (Section 9) Harmonic Analysis for further details.
Power quality analysis
Measures swell, dip, int, transient, inrush current,
unbalance ratio and flicker, and also simulates power
factor correction with capacitor banks.
* Flicker measurement function is only available with ver.2.00 or
later.
See (Section 10) Power Quality for further details.
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Instrument Layout
KEW6310
2.Instrument Layout
PRINT SCREEN
Front view
Function
Key
Save the displayed screen as BMP files
Key
Execute the displayed
function
DATA HOLD ╱ KEY LOCK Key
Hold the readings.
* Measurement continues even if
screen is frozen.
L o n g p re s s ( 2 s e c o r m o re )
disables all Keys to prevent
operational error. Another long
press (2 sec or more) is required
to restore the disabled Keys.
Display
LCD ON ╱ OFF Key
Display / hide the
indications on the LCD
Cursor Key
Select setting,Switch
screens
Keys
ENTER Key
Confirms entries
ESC ╱ RESET Key
LED status indicator
Green
Light up: recording&measuring
Flash: stand-by
Red
Flash: charging batteries
Power Key
Power ON / OFF
Menu
Cancel setting changes,
clear integration /
demand data with
Cursor Keys.
Key
W
Measures
inst values
Waveform
Measures waveforms
Wh
Measures
integration values
Harmonic
analysis
Analyzes harmonic components
DEMAND
Measures
demand values
QUALITY
Records Swell/ Dip/ Int/
transient with time information.
SET UP
Basic/ Measurement/ Save/
Other settings
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Connector
Connector
Voltage Input Terminal
(VN, V1, V2, V3)
Current Input Terminal
(A1, A2, A3, A4)
Terminal Cover
Power Connector
Side face
<When the Connector Cover is closed>
CF Card Cover
<When the Connector Cover is opened>
Eject Button
USB Port
Analogue Input/ Digital output
CF Card Slot
USB Connector
Analogue Input/ Digital output Terminal
Battery Case
Battery Cover
Selector switch
Selector switch
cover
*Selector switch is under the Selector switch cover.
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Getting Started
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3. Getting Started
The KEW6310 operates with either an AC power supply or batteries. In the event of AC power
interruption, power to the instrument is automatically restored by the batteries in the instrument. Drycell batteries (alkaline) and rechargeable ones (Ni-MH); can be both used. It is also possible to charge
rechargeable batteries in the instrument.
Remove the Selector Switch Cover, and slide the Selector Switch to left or right depending on the
batteries to be used.
DRY-CELL BATTERY
Battery can be
used
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY
Alkaline dry-cell battery(LR6)
Ni-MH Rechargeable battery
(HR-15/51)
Slide the switch to the left ( DRY )
Slide the switch to the right
( RE-CHARGEABLE )
Position of
Selector switch
Selector switch
cover
If the AC supply is interrupted and the batteries haven't been installed, the instrument goes off and
the measured data may be lost.
Battery Mark on the LCD / Battery Level
Powered by AC supply
Possible continuous measurement
100% - approx 2 hours* : with alkaline batteries
- approx 5 hours* : with Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
Powered by Battery*
Battery Level
Battery Mark on the LCD
*
0 ~ 100% (count by 20%)
Battery is exhausted. (accuracy not guaranteed)
Instrument operates as follows automatically.
0%
Measurement continues, Data
save is ceased. (Measured data is
saved.)
D a t a s a v e ( m e a s u re m e n t ) i s
ceased.
(Measured data is saved.)
mark flashes while charging batteries.
* reference time when using the instrument with indications on the LCD hide.
A continuous measurement with alkaline batteries is limited to 1 hour; use of an ac power supply is
recommended. (batteries should be considered and used as a back-up)
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Charging the rechargeable Ni-MH batteries
Charging the rechargeable Ni-MH batteries
Following message to prompt battery charge appears on the LCD automatically when battery level is
40% or less at starting the instrument. Press the
Cursor Keys and ENTER Key according to
the instructions displayed on the LCD.
・Install rechargeable batteries (Ni-MH)
・Slide the Selector switch to the right (set to“RE-CHARGEABLE”position)
・Connect the AC Power cord and power on the instrument.
* Refer to“(4.2.4.) Other Setting”in the full instruction manual to initiate a battery charge anytime it is necessary.
“Charge batteries?”
No
Yes
Return to normal screen.
(Batteries aren't charged.)
Proceed to next screen
“Rechargeable batteries are installed?”
No
Yes
Return to normal screen.
(Batteries aren't charged.)
Battery charge starts; return to
normal screen.
Battery charge doesn't initiate only by installing rechargeable batteries and connecting an AC power cord.
Above operation is required to start a battery charge.
How to install batteries:
Install batteries in correct
polarity as marked inside.
Battery power is consumed even if the instrument is being off. Remove all the batteries if the
instrument is to be stored and will not be in use for a long period.
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Cord Connection
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Cord Connection
Voltage Test Leads
Match the
arrow marks
Power Cord
Clamp Sensor
Rated supply voltage
: 100 ~ 240VAC (±10%)
Rated supply frequency
: 45 ~ 65Hz
Max power consumption : 20VAmax
Start-up Screen
Model name and software version will be displayed upon powering on the instrument, and self-check
routine initiates automatically. The KEW logo will appear. Stop using the instrument if error messages
appear on the LCD after the self-check and refer to (Section 15) Troubleshooting in the full instruction
manual.
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Setting
4.Setting
The“SET UP”consists of following 4 settings.
Basic Setting : Setting of the items common to all measurements
Measurement Setting : Setting of each measurement
Save Setting : Setting of data save methods
Other Setting : Environmental setting
Press the
Cursor Keys to browse through setting items.
Each setting
Cursor Keys and confirm it with ENTER Key. Using the
Select any desirable items with
ESC Key cancels the setting change. Following is an example to select the wiring to be tested at
basic setting.
1. Select a setting item
– Wiring
2. Select a proper wiring
configuration
Move the cursor to“Wiring”,
and press the ENTER Key.
Move the cursor to the wiring
configuration to be tested, and
press the ENTER Key.
* Cursor will move onto any of the red parameters.
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3. Confirm the selected
wiring configuration
Setting completes.
Basic Setting KEW6310
Basic Setting
Voltage Range
VT Ratio
Clamp / Current Range
①1P2W×1
②1P2W×2
④1P2W×4
⑤1P3W×1
⑦1P3W×1+2A
⑧3P3W×1
⑩3P3W×1+2A
⑪3P3W3A
⑬3P4W×1+1A
⓪4A
150V╱ 300V ╱600V╱1000V
0.01~9999.99( 1.00 )
8128:1╱5╱10╱20╱50A╱AUTO
8127:10╱20╱50╱100A╱AUTO
8126:20╱50╱100╱200A╱AUTO
8125:50╱100╱ 200 ╱500A╱AUTO
8124:100╱200╱500╱1000A╱AUTO
8129:300╱1000╱3000A
8141:
8142: 100╱500mA╱1A╱AUTO
8143:
8146:
8147: 500mA╱1╱5╱10A╱AUTO
8148:
}
}
③1P2W×3
⑥1P3W×2
⑨3P3W×2
⑫3P4W×1

Wiring
Details of Setting
Power Clamp sensor

Setting item
Leakage Clamp sensor
CT Ratio
0.01~9999.99( 1.00 )
Filter
8141╱42╱43╱46╱47╱48:ON╱OFF
8128╱27╱26╱ 25 ╱24╱29: --------
DC V
50mV╱500mV╱ 5V
Frequency
50Hz ╱60Hz
* Default values are highlighted in gray
* Leakage Clamp sensors cannot be used for power measurements but can be used on
wiring configurations: ⑦, ⑩, ⑬ and ⓪.
Wiring Conf iguration
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Basic Setting
Orientation of Clamp sensor
Load
Arrow mark:
Points towards load side
Power
Supply
Reverse clamping switches the symbols (+/-) for active power.
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Measurement Setting KEW6310
Measurement Setting
Setting Item
Details of Setting
W
Instantaneous/avg/max/min values
ON╱OFF
Wh
Detailes
W╱Wh╱
Target demand
1.000mW~999.9TW ( 300.0kW )
DEMAND*
Shorter than intervals, 3 different cycles are
Demand inspection cycle
available.( 10 min )
V
WAVE
Save item
ON╱OFF
Range*
A
THD-F (fundamental wave basis) /
THD (total harmonic distortion) caluculation
THD-R (total RMS basis)
Default value ╱Customization
Harmonic Allowable range
Analysis* MAX HOLD
ON╱OFF
V
Save item
ON╱OFF
A
V_Reference
70~1000V( 100V )
Selectable ranges for threshold vary depending
Transient
on the selected reference voltages.
V_Reference 70~150V 151~300V 301~600V 601~1000V
50~310
Transient
90~630
170~1270 340~2000
Swell/ Dip/ Int
(selectable range) Vpeak(210) Vpeak
Vpeak
Vpeak
measurment Swell
100~200% against reference voltage( 110% )
Dip
5~100% against reference voltage( 90% )
Int
5~98% against reference voltage( 10% )
Hysteresis
1~10% against reference voltage( 5% )
Trigger point
Past:0~200, Next:200~0( 100 each)
1000V
Voltage range
150V
300V
600V
340~2000
Threshold value
50~310 90~630 170~1270 Vpeak
Transient
(selectable range)
Vpeak
Vpeak
Vpeak
( 1415 )
measurement
Hysteresis
1~10% against Voltage Range( 5% )
Trigger point
Past:0~200, Next:200~0( 100 each)
QUALITY
8128╱8127╱8126╱ 8125 ╱8124╱8129
Clamp
╱8146╱8147╱8148╱8141╱8142╱8143
100.0m╱500.0m╱1╱5╱10╱20╱50╱100
A Range
╱ 200 ╱300╱500╱1000╱3000╱AUTO
Selectable within 10%~100% of Current
Inrush current Reference current
Ranges( 200A )
measurement (selectable range)
Filter
ON╱ OFF
Threshold value
100~200% against reference current( 110% )
Hysteresis
1~10% against reference current( 5% )
Data trigger point
Past:0~200, Next:200~0( 100 each)
Unbalance ratio Output threshold
1~20%( 3% )
V Range
150V
300V
600V
Filter coefficient
230V lamp
120V lamp
Flicker
Output item
Pst(1min) ╱Pst╱Plt
Output Threshold
0.8~20.0 ( 1.0 )
Capacitance Target power factor
0.5~1( 1.000 )
* Default values are highlighted in gray
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Save / Other Setting
Measurement Setting
Setting Item
Interval
Details of Setting
1sec╱2sec╱5sec╱10sec╱15sec╱20sec╱30sec╱
1min╱2min╱5min╱10min╱15min╱20min╱ 30min ╱1hour
* Interval can be selected at W, Wh, DEMAND, WAVE, Harmonic analysis, Swell/ Dip/ Int, Transient, Inrush current,
Unbalance ratio and Capacitance Ranges. At WAVE Range and Harmonic analysis, available intervals depend on the
number of save items. At Harmonic analysis, 1 sec tool is not available.
Save Setting
Setting Item
Details of Setting
Recording method
Manual ╱ Timer
Recording starts
Year / Month / Date Hour : Minute : Second
00)
(0000/ 00 / 00 00 : 00 :
Recording ends
Destination to save data
Destination to save screenshot
CF Card / Internal Memory
( CF Card, if it has been inserted )
Formatting CF Card
Deleting data in the CF Card
Format the CF Card.
Delete the data in the CF Card.
Formatting internal memory
Format the internal memory.
Deleting data in the internal memory
Delete the data in the internal memory.
Data transfer
Transfer the data in the internal memory to the CF Card.
Load setting
Save setting
Load the pre-set setting.
Save the settings to the CF Card or the internal memory.
Other Setting
Setting Item
Details of Setting
Language*
日本語/ English / 中文 / Francais / Espanol
Date format
YYYY/MM/DD ╱ MM/DD/YYYY ╱ DD/MM/YYYY
Time and date*
yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss
Buzzer
ON╱OFF
CSV File
Decimal point╱Separator
. ╱ ,
. ╱ ;
, ╱ ;
ID number
00-001 ∼ 99-999( 00-001 )
LCD contrast
Light⇔ Standard ⇔Dark
10 ⇔
0
⇔ 10
CH Color*
Default value ╱ Customization
Auto-power-off
LCD auto-off
ON╱OFF
ON╱OFF
Battery charge
System reset
ON╱ OFF
Reset the system.
* Items listed with“*”mark won't restore to default after system reset.
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Instantaneous value measurement KEW6310
5.Instantaneous (Inst) value measurement
Steps for measurement
Ensuring your safety
Basic Setting
Wiring
V Range
VT Ratio
Clamp Sensor
A Range
CT Ratio
Filter
DC V
Frequency
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
↓
Range
Inst value measurement V Voltage
Apparent
Power
Neutral
An
current
S
Range
Measurement setting
Save Setting
Interval
Recording method
Save item (W)
Recording start
Recording termination
・Inst value
Destination to save data
・Avg value
Destination to save screen shot
・Max value
・Min value
Symbol displayed on the LCD
Active + consumption
Reactive + lagging
A Current
P
Q
Power − regenerating
Power
− leading
Power + lagging
Phase + lagging
PA
PF
f Frequency
Factor − leading
Angle − leading
Analogue input
Analogue input
DC1
DC2
voltage at 1ch
voltage at 2ch
Switching Screens / Zoom
Select a
system
Select an
item
Cursor Key
Cursor Key
Measured
values
per CH
Total
measured
values
List
Check
setting
details
ENTER Key
Zoom
* Press F3 Key to switch the Zoom and List display.
Refer to“(Section 6) Instantaneous (Inst) value
measurement”for explanation on customizing the Zoom
display.
Save data
Saved time & date
DATE
TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
year/month/ date
hour:min:sec
File ID : 6310-01
ELAPSED TIME Instantaneous Average
Max
ELAPSED TIME
INST
AVG
MAX
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
Min
MIN
e.g. 1.234E+02=1.234x102=123.4
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Instantaneous value measurement
Header of the saved data
A
VG_A1[A]_1
INST
AVG
MAX
MIN
V
A
f
P
Q
S
PF
PA
DC
CH number
①
︸
︸
︸
︸
︸
① ② ③ ④ ⑤
②
③
④
⑤
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Instantaneous value
Average value
Max value
Min value
Voltage per phase
Current per phase
Frequency
Active power
Reactive power
Apparent power
Power factor
Phase angle
Analogue input voltage
* 1 ∼ 4
Unit
System
* Saved data with no number at this space contains the sum of the measured values.
Saving instantaneous values
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
2
Preset start time comes.
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
1
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Start
Saving
No setting change can be made during data saving.
3
▼
▼
Press Stop .
Preset termination time comes.
Stop
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
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or
goes off.
Integration value measurement KEW6310
6.Integration value measurement
Steps for measurement
Range
Ensuring your safety
Wiring
Basic Setting Measurement setting
Wiring
Interval
V Range
Save item (Wh)
VT Ratio
・Inst value
Clamp Sensor ・Avg value
A Range
・Max value
CT Ratio
・Min value
Filter
・Details
DC V
↓
Frequency
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Integration value measurement
Save Setting
Recording method
Recording start
Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
Range
* Readings are displayed right after the recording of integration value measurement starts.
Symbol displayed on the LCD
Active electric energy
(consumption)
Active electric energy
(regenerating)
WP+
WP-
Apparent electric energy
(consumption)
Apparent electric energy
(regenerating)
WS+
WS-
WQi+
WQc+
Reactive electric energy
(lagging)
Reactive electric energy
(leading)
Switching displays / Viewing W Range
Select
a system
Cursor Key
Select
a channel
Cursor Key
Display for
Wh Range
Display for
W Range
* Press F2 Key to switch on the displays for Wh Range and W
Range.
Save data
File ID : 6310-02
Active Power energy Apparent Power energy Reactive Power energy
(consumption /
(consumption /
(consumption /
regenerating )
regenerating )
regenerating )
Saved time & date
ELAPSED TIME
DATE
TIME
ELAPSED TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxxxE±nn
year/month/ date hour:min:sec
hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
INTEG_WP
INTEG_WS
INTEG_WQ
±n
* Reactive power (consumption :+ / regenerating :- ) will be recorded with phase information: lagging (i) or leading (c).
* At Wh Range, data measured at W Range and above measurement data are recorded at the same time.
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Integration value measurement
Header of the saved data
.
INTEG_WP+[Wh]_1
①
②
︸
︸
︸
︸
① ② ③ ④
INTEG
WP+
WPWS+
WS-
:
:
:
:
:
WQi+
:
WQc+
:
WQi-
:
WQc-
:
③
④
Integration value
Active power energy (consumption)
Active power energy (regenerating)
Apparent power energy (consumption)
Apparent power energy (regenerating)
Reactive power energy
(consumption) : lagging
Reactive power energy
(consumption) : leading
Reactive power energy
(regenerating): lagging
Reactive power energy
(regenerating): leading
Unit
System
Saving integration values
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
3
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
No setting change can be made during data saving.
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
Stop
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
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goes off.
Demand measurement KEW6310
7.Demand measurement Steps for measurement
Range
Ensuring your safety
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
Basic Setting
Wiring
V Range
VT Ratio
Clamp Sensor
A Range
CT Ratio
Filter
DC V
Frequency
↓
Demand measurement
Measurement setting
Interval
Save item (W)
・Inst value
・Avg value
・Max value
・Min value
・Details
Target demand
Demand inspection
cycle
Save Setting
Recording method
Recording start
Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
Range
* Readings are displayed right after the recording of demand measurement starts.
Switching displays / Viewing W Range and Wh Range
Switching
screens
Cursor Key
Display for
DEMAND
Display for
W Range
Display for
Wh Range
* Press F2 Key to switch the displays for DEMAND, Wh Range and W
Range.
Save data
File ID : 6310-03
Saved time & date
Active power
Apparent
Reactive
energy
power energy power energy DEMAND TARGET
(consumption/ (consumption/ (consumption/
regenerating) regenerating) regenerating)
ELAPSED
TIME
DATE
TIME
ELAPSED
TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
h:mm:ss
Integration INTEG_WP
INTEG_WS
INTEG_WQ
Variation
in
interval
INTVL_WS
INTVL_WQ
INTVL_WP
(±)x.xxxxxE±nn
DEM
TARGET
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
year/month/ date hour:min:sec hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
* At DEMAND Range, data measured at W Range and above measurement data are recorded at the same time.
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KEW6310
Demand measurement
Header of the saved data
①
INTVL_WP+[Wh]_1
︸
︸
︸
︸
① ② ③ ④
②
INTEG
INTVL
DEM
TARGET
WP+
WPWS+
WS-
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
WQi+
:
WQc+
:
WQi-
:
WQc-
:
③
④
Integration value
Variation in interval
Sum of demand value
Target value
Active power energy (consumption)
Active power energy (regenerating)
Apparent power energy (consumption)
Apparent power energy (regenerating)
Reactive power energy
(consumption) : lagging
Reactive power energy
(consumption) : leading
Reactive power energy
(regenerating): lagging
Reactive power energy
(regenerating): leading
Unit
System
* ②,③,④ will be blank if ① is DEM or TARGET.
Saving of demand values
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
No setting change can be made during data saving.
3
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
Stop
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
KEW6310
− 20 −
or
goes off.
Demand measurement KEW6310
Measurement Screen
Remaining time (Time left)
Demand interval is counted down.
Target value
Should be set for
each measurement.
Predicted value
Predicted demand value when preset
demand interval elapses under present load.
(Present value) × (preset interval)
(elapsed time)
* Integration and calculations are
done as time elapses.
Measured max demand with time & date
information
Max demand recorded in a measuring period is
displayed. Displayed value will be refreshed if
any higher demand is detected.
Present value
Demand value (average power) within a demand
interval.
(WP+)×(1 hour)
(interval) * Integration and calculations are done as time elapses.
Shifts in specific period
Remaining time (Time left)
Demand interval is counted down.
Load factor
Percentage of the present value
against the target value.
(present value)
(target value)
▲
Prediction
Percentage of the predicted value against the target value.
(predicted value)
(target value)
Arrow mark on the graph (
) is blue while the value is within the
target demand, and becomes red when the target value is exceeded.
Target value
Predicted value
Digital output signal
warns when the
predicted value
exceeds the target
value.
Target value
Demand value
(present value)
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KEW6310
Demand measurement
Demand change
Measured max demand with
time & date information
Demand value is displayed
with recorded time & date info
where cursor is placed.
Cursor
Use the
Cursor Key
to move the cursors.
Target demand
Bar graph
White bar : Percentage of
hidden area
Blue bar: Percentage of the
present displayed area
Recording start time
Most recent recorded time
Target
value
Max demand value
(displayed on the
measurement screen)
Demand value
(Elapsed time)
Demand start
KEW6310
Demand termination
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WAVE Range KEW6310
8.WAVE Range
Steps for measurement
Ensuring your safety
Range
Basic Setting Measurement setting
Save Setting
Wiring
Interval
Recording method
V Range
Save item
Recording start
VT Ratio
Recording termination
Clamp Sensor
Destination to save data
A Range
Destination to save screen shot
CT Ratio
Filter
DC V
Frequency
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
↓
Range
Measurement
Symbol displayed on the LCD
V
Voltage
A
Current
Switching displays : Vector / Waveform (switching CH)
Switching CH
Vector Display
Waveform Display
Cursor Key
* Press the F3 Key to switch the Waveform and Vector display.
* Press the F2 Key to check whether the wiring configuration is correct or not.
* Pressing the F1 or F2 Keys at Waveform display changes the magnification of vertical axis (voltage/current).
Save data
File ID : 6310-04
Saved time & date
(Waveform data)
ELAPSED TIME
Channel
ELAPSED TIME
CH
Instantaneous value
DATE
TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
h:mm:ss
Ai╱Vi
(±)x.xxxE±nn
year/month/ date hour:min:sec
hour:min:sec
A╱V
(±) value x 10
st
th
* Line 1/Line 2
1╱128 ∼ 129╱256
±n
th
th
*1 ~ 128 measured instantaneous values are saved to Line 1, 129 ~ 256 are to Line 2.
Saved time & date
DATE
TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
year/month/ date hour:min:sec
File ID : 6310-05
(Vector data)
ELAPSED TIME Instantaneous Average
Max
ELAPSED TIME
INST
AVG
MAX
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
− 23 −
Min
MIN
KEW6310
KEW6310
WAVE Range
Header of the saved data
File ID : 6310-04 (Waveform data)
5/133
︸
︸
① ②
File ID : 6310-05 (Vector data)
INST_A1[deg]
︸
︸
︸ ︸
① ② ③ ④
① 1 ∼ 128
: Sampling sequence
② 129 ∼ 256
: ditto (① + 128)
① INST
AVG
MAX
MIN
② V
A
③ CH No.
④
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Instantaneous value
Average value
Max value
Min value
Voltage per phase
Current per phase
1∼4
Unit
* when [deg] is displayed at space ④, it means phase angle
Saving at WAVE Range
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed
▼
▼
Data saving starts.
appears and flashes.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
▼ Saving
Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
No setting change can be made during data saving.
3
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
Stop
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
KEW6310
− 24 −
or
goes off.
Harmonic Analysis KEW6310
9.Harmonic Analysis
Steps for measurement
Range
Ensuring your safety
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
↓
Harmonic Analysis
Basic Setting
Wiring
V Range
VT Ratio
Clamp Sensor
A Range
CT Ratio
Filter
DC V
Frequency
Measurement setting
Interval
THD calculation
Allowable range
MAX HOLD
Save item
Save Setting
Recording method
Recording start
Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
Range
Switching displays
Switching CH
Cursor Key
Graph
① Measured value
TOTAL
sum
V╱A
RMS value per CH
%
THD per CH
② Measured value (values of each order pointed by cursor)
1 ∼ 63 Harmonic order
V╱A RMS
%
− 25 −
Percentage of
the fundamental
st
wave (1 )
°
Phase angle
KEW6310
KEW6310
Harmonic Analysis
Save data
File ID : 6310-06
Saved time & date
ELAPSED TIME
Channel
RMS
Total THD
Inst at each order
THD
1_[V/A] ∼ 1_[deg] ∼
63_[V/A] 63_[deg]
DATE
TIME
ELAPSED TIME
CH
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
h:mm:ss
Vi / Ai
( ± )x.xxxxE ± nn
hour:min:sec
V/A
( ± ) value x 10
year/month/ date hour:min:sec
TOTAL
±n
Header of the saved data
1_[V/A]
①
︸
︸
① ② ②
1 ∼ 63
: Order
V/A
: Voltage / Current
deg
: Phase angle
Saving Harmonic analysis results
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
3
Stop
KEW6310
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
No setting change can be made during data saving.
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
− 26 −
or
goes off.
Swell / Dip / Int measurement KEW6310
10.Power Quality
Swell / Dip / Int measurement
Steps for measurement
Range
Measurement setting
Swell / Dip / Int Measurement
Interval
Reference voltage
Transient
Swell
Dip
Int
Hysteresis
Trigger point
Ensuring your safety
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
↓
Swell / Dip / Int Measurement Save Setting
Recording method
Recording start
Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
Range
* Readings are displayed right after the recording of swell/ dip/ int measurement starts.
Timing of data recording
Measured data will be saved when an event occur or at the preset interval during measurement.
Recording at event occurrence
Recording at every interval
File ID: 6310-07
File ID: 6310-13
Swell
Setting Hysteresis
Example
Trigger point
Inst value
Avg value
Max value
Min value
110%
1%
Before: 100
After: 100
Setting
Example
Interval
30min
: Avg of 100 data (@50Hz) obtained 1 sec before the preset interval comes (rms)
: Avg of rms values obtained in the preset inst interval
: Max rms values obtained in the preset inst interval
: Min rms values obtained in the preset inst interval
Save data
File ID : 6310-07
Saved time & date
DATE
TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss.ss
year/ month/ date hour:min:sec
SWELL
swell
Item
ITEM*
DIP
INT
dip short-interruption
− 27 −
1
start
Start / End
I╱O
0
1╱0
end Start to end
KEW6310
KEW6310
Swell / Dip / Int measurement
Duration
DURATION
--:--:--.-h:mm:ss.ss
start
end
Max / Min
MAX/MIN
Data
201
(±)x.xxxE±nn
min(Dip/Int)
max(Swell)
±10
(±) value x 10
File ID : 6310-13
ELAPSED TIME
Instantaneous Average
Max
ELAPSED TIME
INST
AVG
MAX
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
Saved time & date
TIME
DATE
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
year/month/ date hour:min:sec
Header of the saved data
50 ∼ 1_1 ∼ 150

①
201 data in total
:
Min
MIN
Data No.
①
e.g. Trigger point is set to Past: 50 / Next: 150.
Saving Swell / Dip / Int
1
Start
to start recording after checking the settings.
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
No setting change can be made during data saving.
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
or
goes off.
3
Stop
Start to End Start
KEW6310
End
Swell
(Red)
Dip
(Blue)
Int
(Yellow)
Transient
(Green)
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Transient measurement KEW6310
Transient measurement
Steps for measurement
Ensuring your safety
Range
↓
Measurement setting
Transient measurement
Interval
V Range
Threshold value
Hysteresis
Trigger point
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
Save Setting
Recording method
Recording start
Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
↓
Transient Measurement Range
* Readings are displayed right after the recording of Transient measurement starts.
Timing of data recording
Measured data will be saved when an event occur or at the preset interval during measurement.
Recording at event occurrence
Recording at every interval
File ID: 6310-08
File ID: 6310-14
Trigger
Start
Peak(max)
Threshold
110%
100%
(reference
Voltage)
Past100
date pts
Past100
date pts
Interval(30min) 201date pts
recorded
Interval
Ave, max and min* values within
each interval are recorded. Threshold Value
Setting Hysteresis
Example
Trigger point
Inst value
Avg value
Max value
Min value
110%
1%
Before: 100
After: 100
Setting
Example
Interval
30min
: max value of 10,000 data obtained at 100us 1sec before the preset interval comes
: Avg of inst values obtained in the preset inst interval
: Max inst values obtained in the preset inst interval
: Min inst values obtained in the preset inst interval
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KEW6310
Transient measurement
Save data
Saved time & date
DATE
yyyy/mm/dd
year/month/ date
File ID : 6310-08
TIME
h:mm:ss.ss
hour:min:sec
Saved time & date
TIME
DATE
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
year/month/ date
hour:min:sec
Max
MAX
Max (Peak)
Data
201 data
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
(±) value x 10
File ID : 6310-14
ELAPSED TIME Instantaneous Average
Max
ELAPSED TIME
INST
AVG
MAX
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
Min
MIN
Header of the saved data
50
∼ 1_1 ∼ 150

①
201 data in total
:
Data No.
①
e.g. Trigger point is set to Past: 50 / Next: 150.
Saving Transient Measurement
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
3
Stop
KEW6310
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
No setting change can be made during data saving.
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
− 30 −
or
goes off.
Inrush Current Measurement KEW6310
Inrush Current Measurement
Steps for measurement
Ensuring your safety
Range
Measurement setting
Inrush Current Measurement
Interval
Clamp sensor
A Range
Reference current
Filter
Threshold value
Hysteresis
Trigger point
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
↓
Inrush Current Measurement Save Setting
Recording method
Recording start
Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
Range
* Readings are displayed right after the inrush current measurement starts.
Timing of data recording
Measured data will be saved when an event occur or at the preset interval during measurement.
Recording at event occurrence
Recording at every interval
File ID: 6310-09
File ID: 6310-15
Reference current
Threshold value
Setting
Example Hysteresis
Trigger point
Inst value
Avg value
Max value
Min value
100A
110%
1%
Before: 100
After: 100
Setting
Example
Interval
30min
: Avg of 100 data (@50Hz) obtained 1 sec before the preset interval comes (rms)
: Avg of rms values obtained in the preset inst interval
: Max rms values obtained in the preset inst interval
: Min rms values obtained in the preset inst interval
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KEW6310
Inrush Current Measurement
Save data
File ID : 6310-09
Saved time & date
Start / End
Duration
Max / Min
Data
DATE
TIME
I╱O
DURATION
MAX/MIN
201 data
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss.ss
1
0
1╱0
-:--:--.-- h:mm:ss.ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
year/month/ date hour:min:sec Start End Start to End Start
End
Max / Min (±) value x 10
Saved time & date
TIME
DATE
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
year/month/ date
hour:min:sec
File ID : 6310-15
ELAPSED TIME Instantaneous Avarage
Max
ELAPSED TIME
INST
AVG
MAX
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10±n
Header of the saved data
50 ∼ 1_1 ∼ 150

201 data in total
①
①
e.g. Trigger point is set to Past: 50 / Next: 150.
:
Min
MIN
Data No.
Saving Inrush Current Measurement
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
3
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
No setting change can be made during data saving.
▼
Press Stop .
Stop
▼
Preset termination time comes.
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
KEW6310
− 32 −
or
goes off.
Unbalance Ratio KEW6310
Unbalance Ratio
Steps for measurement
Ensuring your safety
Basic Setting
Wiring
V Range
VT Ratio
Clamp
A Range
CT Ratio
Filter
DC V
Frequency
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
Range
Measurement setting
Save Setting
Unbalance Ratio Recording method
Interval
Recording start
Output threshold Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
* Measurements can be made with any of wiring configurations: ⑪, ⑫, ⑬.
↓
Unbalance Ratio
Range
Symbol displayed on the LCD
+ consumption
Active
Reactive + lagging
V Voltage
A Current
P
Q
Power
Power
− regenerating
− leading
Apparent
Power + lagging
PA Phase angle
S
PF
f Frequency
Power
Factor − leading
Neutral
Analogue input
Analogue input
An
DC1
DC2
current
Voltage at 1ch
Voltage at 2ch
Switching displays / Viewing Vector W Range display
Vector Display
Select a system
Cursor Key
Select an item
Cursor Key
W Range Display
Press the F2 Key to switch the Vector and W Range displays.
Save data
Saved time & date
DATE
TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
year/month/ date hour:min:sec
File ID : 6310-10
ELAPSED TIME Instantaneous
ELAPSED TIME
INST
h:mm:ss
hour:min:sec
− 33 −
Average
Max
AVG
MAX
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
(±) value x 10
Min
MIN
KEW6310
KEW6310
Unbalance Ratio
Header of the saved data
AVG_A1[A]_1
①
︸
︸ ︸
︸
︸
① ② ③ ④ ⑤
②
③
④
⑤
INST
AVG
MAX
MIN
UV
UA
V
A
f
P
Q
S
PF
PA
DC
CH number
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Instantaneous value
Average value
Max value
Min value
Voltage unbalance ratio
Current unbalance ratio
Voltage of each phase
Current of each phase
Frequency
Active power
Reactive power
Apparent power
Power factor
Phase angle
Analogue input voltage
*1 ∼ 4
Unit
System
*Saved data with no number at this space contains the sum of the measured values.
Saving PFC calculation results
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
No setting change can be made during data saving.
3
Stop
KEW6310
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
− 34 −
or
goes off.
Flicker KEW6310
Flicker
* An optional voltage sensor KEW8325F is required for Flicker measurement.
Steps for measurement
Range
Ensuring your safety
Measurement setting
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Save Setting
Flicker
Recording method
V Range
Recording start
Filter
Recording termination
Setting
Output item
Destination to save data
↓
Output Threshold
Destination to save screen shot
Wiring
↓
Flicker
Range
* Preliminary measurement (for 10 sec) will be done automatically prior to Flicker measurement.
Save data
Saved time & date
File ID : 6310-12
Voltage
ELAPSED
Frequency
TIME
Average Max
Short time
Short time Long time
intensity
intensity intensity
Min
(for 1 min)
Pst
AVG_V MAX_V MIN_V
Pst
Plt
(1min)
DATE
TIME
ELAPSED
TIME
f
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
(±)x.xxxxxE±nn
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
year/month/ date hour:min:sec hour:min:sec
(±) value x 10
* Data is saved at every 1 min, but Pst is saved at every 10 min and Plt is at every 10 min in 2 hours later.
Saving Flicker data
The saving procedure is same to the one for the other measurements. See the previous corresponding
pages.
− 35 −
KEW6310
KEW6310
Flicker
V
Pst
(1min)
Plt
KEW6310
− 36 −
Capacitance Calculation KEW6310
Capacitance Calculation - Sizing of capacitor banks for Power factor correction (PFC)
Steps for measurement
Ensuring your safety
↓
Preparation for measurement
↓
Setting
↓
Wiring
Basic Setting
Wiring
V Range
VT Ratio
Clamp sensor
A Range
CT Ratio
Filter
DC V
Frequency
Range
Measurement setting
Save Setting
Capacitance
Recording method
Interval
Recording start
Target power factor Recording termination
Destination to save data
Destination to save screen shot
↓
Capacitance calculation Range
Symbol displayed on the LCD
Active + consumption
V Voltage
A Current
P
Power − regenerating
+
lagging
Apparent
Power
S
PF
C Capacitance
Power
Factor − leading
Neutral
Analogue input
Analogue input
An
DC1
DC2
current
Voltage at 1ch
Voltage at 2ch
Q
Reactive
Power
f
Frequency
+ lagging
− leading
Switching displays / Zoom
Select a
system
Cursor Key
Select
an item
Cursor Key
Total
measured
values
Measured
values
per CH
List
Zoom
* Press F3 Key to switch on the Zoom and List display. Refer
to“(Section 6) Instantaneous measurement”for an
explanation on customizing the Zoom display.
Save data
File ID : 6310-11
Saved time & date
ELAPSED TIME
Instantaneous Average Max
DATE
TIME
ELAPSED TIME
INST
AVG
MAX
yyyy/mm/dd
h:mm:ss
h:mm:ss
(±)x.xxxE±nn
±n
year/month/ date hour:minute:second hour:minute:second
(±) value x 10
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Min
MIN
KEW6310
KEW6310
Capacitance Calculation
Header of the saved data
AVG_A1[A]_1
①
︸
︸ ︸
︸
︸
① ② ③ ④ ⑤
②
③
④
⑤
INST
AVG
MAX
MIN
V
A
f
P
Q
S
PF
C
DC
CH number
Instantaneous value
Average value
Max value
Min value
Voltage of each phase
Current of each phase
Frequency
Active power
Reactive power
Apparent power
Power factor
Capacitance
Analogue input voltage
*1∼4
Unit
System
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
* Saved data with no number at this space contains the sum of the measured values.
Saving PFC calculation results
1
Start
to start recording after checking the
settings.
Press the Start Button at least 2 sec to start recording immediately.
≪Manual≫
≪Timer≫
File name for saving data is displayed.
▼
▼
appears and flashes.
Data saving starts.
Status indicator LED flashes.
▼
Stand-by until preset time comes.
▼
Press Start → Next → Next → Complete
Preset start time comes.
2
Saving
▼ Status indicator LED is ON.
flashes and
or
is displayed.
(flashes in red according to the preset interval)
No setting change can be made during data saving.
3
Stop
KEW6310
▼
Press Stop .
▼
Preset termination time comes.
▼ File name for saving data is displayed.
Status indicator LED goes off.
and
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or
goes off.
CF Card / Saved data
KEW6310
11.CF Card / Saved data
CF Card (operation check has completed)
Capacity
SanDisk Corp.*
32MB
SDCFB-32
64MB
SDCFB-64
128MB
SDCFB-128
256MB
SDCFB-256
512MB
SDCFB-512
1GB
SDCFG-1
Adtec co., Ltd.
AD-CFG32
AD-CFG64
AD-CFG128
AD-CFG256
-----
AD-CFX
40T1G
BUFFALO INC.
-----
-----
RCF-X128MY RCF-X256MY
-----
RCF-X1GY
* CF Card with more or less capacity other than listed above cannot be used with this instrument.
* Company name and model name are the trademark or the registered trademark.
A CF Card may not operate properly even if any of the following cards are used due to manufacture's specification change, etc.
Please be aware above issue when purchasing commercially available CF Cards. We can offer following CF Cards
(proper operation has been verified) as optional parts. Please feel free to inquire.
Max number of saved data / Possible recoding time
Destination to save data
Caiacity
CF Card
32MB
64MB
1sec
15H
1D
Instantaneous value
1min
10D
20D
measurement
30min 10M
1Y
1sec
6H
13H
Integration value
1min
7D
15D
Measurement
30min
7M
1Y
1sec
4H
8H
DEMAND measurement
1min
6D
12D
30min
6M
1Y
10sec
1D
3D
WAVE Range
1min
10D
21D
30min 10M
1Y
15sec
3D
7D
Harmonic anaysis
1min
15D
1M
30min
1Y
Over 1Y
1sec
2D
5D
Swell / Dip / Int measurement*1 1min
5M
11M
30min Over 1Y Over 1Y
1sec
3D
6D
Transient measurement*1
1min
6M
1Y
30min Over 1Y Over 1Y
1sec
2D
5D
Inrush Current measurement*1 1min
5M
11M
30min Over 1Y Over 1Y
1sec
21H
1D
Unbalance Ratio
1min
14D
29D
30min
1Y
Over 1Y
Flicker*1
1min
7M
1Y
1sec
15H
1D
Capacitance
1min
10D
20D
30min 10M
1Y
Measurement data file (CSV)
Max number of file
Graphics file (BMP)
Configuration file (KAS)
128MB
2D
1M
Over 1Y
1D
1M
Over 1Y
17H
24D
Over 1Y
7D
1M
Over 1Y
15D
2M
Over 1Y
11D
1Y
Over 1Y
12D
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
11D
1Y
Over 1Y
3D
1M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
2D
1M
Over 1Y
256MB
5D
2M
Over 1Y
2D
2M
Over 1Y
1D
1M
Over 1Y
14D
2M
Over 1Y
1M
4M
Over 1Y
22D
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
24D
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
22D
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
7D
3M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
5D
2M
Over 1Y
512MB
10D
5M
Over 1Y
4D
4M
Over 1Y
2D
3M
Over 1Y
28D
5M
Over 1Y
2M
8M
Over 1Y
1M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
1M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
1M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
14D
7M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
10D
5M
Over 1Y
512
1GB
20D
10M
Over 1Y
8D
8M
Over 1Y
5D
6M
Over 1Y
1M
11M
Over 1Y
4M
1Y
Over 1Y
2M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
3M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
2M
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
27D
1Y
Over 1Y
Over 1Y
19D
10M
Over 1Y
Internal
Memory
1.8MB
7min
2H
2D
3min
1H
1D
2min
1H
1D
20min
2H
2D
44min
2H
3D
32min
1D
1M
35min
1D
1M
32min
1D
1M
10min
2H
3D
1D
7min
1H
2D
6
7
20
*In case that no file exist in the CF card or the Internal memory.
where : H= hour(s), D=day(s), M=month(s), Y=year(s)
Numbers and time listed above are the minimum ones.
*1 Assumed one event occur per minute and calculated.
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KEW6310
KEW6310
Data transfer
Data transfer
Data in the CF card or internal memory can be transferred to a PC via USB connection or CF card
reader.
Transfer to PC via:
USB
Card reader
CF card data (file)
△*
○
Internal memory data (file)
○
--------*
1
2
*1 It is reccomended to transfer the data with big size by a use of CF card reader since trasfer of such data via
USB takes time. (transfer time : approx 4MB/ hour)
*2 Data in the internal memory can be tranferred to a CF card.
*As to the manipulation of the CF card, please refer to the instruction manual attached to the card.
*In order to save the data without any problem, make sure to delete the file other than the data
measured with this instrument in the CF card.
Intemal memory data
Card reader
CF card data
Intemal memory data
CF card data *1
File format and name
Measurement data
File Name :01 − CF 001 .CSV
① ② ③ ④
KEW6310
CF card
01: Data measured at W Range
02:Data measured at Wh Range
① Measuring 03:Data measured at DEMAND Range
04:Waveform data
Items
05:Vector data
06:Harmonic data
07:Swell / Dip / Int data
08:Transient data
09: Inrush current data
10:Unbalance ratio
11: Capacitance
12: Flicker date
13:Voltage Interval data
14: Voltage Interval data
15: Current Interval data
CF:CF Card
② Save in
ME:Internal memory
③ File No
001 ∼ 999
④ Format
CSV
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File format and name
KEW6310
Configuration file
File Name : ME 000123 .KAS
① ② ③
①
Save in
②
③
File No
Extension
Bitmap file
①
Save item
File Name : PS − CF 001 .BMP
① ② ③ ④
②
Save in
③
④
File No
Extension
CF:CF card
ME:Internal memory
000000 ∼ 999999
KAS
PS : Print screen
CF:CF card
ME:Internal memory
001 ∼ 999
BMP
Backup Memory
In case one CF card is removed and inserted while saving data:
Saving
①. A file is created in the CF card,
when CF card is selected as
a destination for saving data,
and measurement data is
saved to the CF card.
②. A backup file is created in the internal
memory when a CF card is removed at
saving data.
Further data is saved to the internal memory.
③. When inserting the CF card
again during a data saving,
further data will be saved to the
last available space in CF card
①or ②.
Saving completes
Download completes
Backup files in the internal memory are automatically Use of supplied software [KEW PQA MASTER]
transferred to the last available space in a CF card. enables to sort files in time-series.
(Time-series is as follows.)
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KEW6310
12. Wiring check
Proper wirings can be checked at
1. Ordinal screen
Press the F2 Key.
WAVE Range.
2. Checking wiring
3. Check completes
Wiring check completes.
In case of NG, Error message
appears. (Press the ENTER Key
[Checking status] & when OK is displayed.)
[Proper vector]
are displayed.
Wiring check starts.
* Check results may by affected if great power factors exist at the measurement sites.
Criteria of Judgment and cause
Check
Frequency
Criteria of Judgment
Frequency of V1 is between 42 and
68Hz.
Voltage input Voltage input is 10% or more of
(Voltage Range x VT).
Voltage
balance
Voltage input is within ±30º of
reference voltage (V1)
* (not judged by single-phase
wiring)
Voltage phase Phase of voltage input is within ±10º
of reference value (proper vector).
Current input Current input is 5% or more of
(Current Range x CT).
Current phase Current input is within ±60º of
reference value (proper vector).
KEW6310
Cause
• Voltage clip is firmly connected to the DUT?
• Measuring too high harmonic components?
• Voltage clip is firmly connected to the DUT?
• Voltage test leads are firmly connected to the
Voltage input terminals on the instrument?
• Setting against the wiring under test are matched?
• Voltage clip is firmly connected to the DUT?
• Voltage test leads are firmly connected to the
Voltage input terminals on the instrument?
• Voltage test leads are properly connected?
(Connected to proper channels?)
• Clamp sensors are firmly connected to the Power
input terminals on the instrument?
• Setting for Current Range is appropriate for input
levels?
• Arrow mark on a Clamp sensor and the orientation
of flowing current is matched? (Power supply to
Load)
• Clamp sensors are connected properly?
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DISTRIBUTOR
10-08
92-1882B
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