PRO380-S
PRO380-Mb
PRO380-Mod
PRO 380 Series MID
DIN rail three phase four wire
DIN rail three phase three wire
energy meter
User Manual
Product version: 1.01
©
2014 Inepro B.V. All rights reserved
1 Index
2
Safety instructions .........................................................................................................3
3
Foreword ........................................................................................................................5
4
Certificates .....................................................................................................................6
5
Specifications .................................................................................................................7
6
7
5.1
Performance criteria ........................................................................................... 7
5.2
Basic errors ....................................................................................................... 8
5.3
Infra-red specification ........................................................................................ 8
5.4
M-bus communication specifications (PRO380-Mb only) ........................................ 8
5.5
RS485 communication specifications (PRO380-Mod only) ..................................... 8
5.6
Dimensions ........................................................................................................ 9
Operation ......................................................................................................................11
6.1
Energy flow indication ...................................................................................... 11
6.2
Re-active energy indication ............................................................................... 11
6.3
Tariff indication ................................................................................................ 11
6.4
Reading the meter ........................................................................................... 11
6.5
LCD display of the meter .................................................................................. 11
6.6
Scrolling function ............................................................................................. 12
6.7
Changing the CT-ratio (only CT versions) .......................................................... 13
6.8
Back light ........................................................................................................ 13
6.9
S0 pulse output................................................................................................ 14
6.10
Setting the total (combined) energy calculation ................................................. 15
6.11
Communicating via the M-bus output(PRO380-Mb only) ..................................... 15
6.12 Communicating via the Modbus output(PRO380-Mod only) ................................. 15
Troubleshooting ...........................................................................................................16
7.1
Errors / Diagnostics display ............................................................................... 17
1
7.2
Technical support ............................................................................................. 17
Appendix PRO380 2 tariff function ..............................................................................18
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Appendix PRO380-Mb ..................................................................................................19
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Appendix PRO380-Mod ................................................................................................20
4
Appendix Infra-Red PC software ..................................................................................21
5
Appendix Registry matrix .............................................................................................22
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2 Safety instructions
Information for your own safety
This manual does not contain all of the safety measures for operation of this meter because special
operating conditions, local code requirements or local regulations may necessitate further measures.
However, it does contain information which must be adhered to for your own personal safety and to
avoid material damage. This information is highlighted by a warning triangle with an exclamation
mark or a lightning bolt depending on the degree of actual or potential danger:
Warning
This means that failure to observe the instruction can result in death, serious injury or
considerable material damage.
Caution
This means hazard of electric shock and failure to take the necessary safety precautions
will result in death, serious injury or considerable material damage.
Qualified personnel
Installation and operation of the device described in this manual may only be performed by qualified
personnel. Only people that are authorized to install, connect and use this device, who have the
proper knowledge about labeling and grounding electrical equipment and circuits and can do so in
accordance with local (safety)regulations, are considered qualified personnel in this manual.
Use for the intended purpose
This device may only be used for the application cases specified in the catalog and the user manual
and only in connection with devices and components recommended and approved by Inepro Metering
B.V.
Proper handling
The prerequisites for perfect, reliable operation of the product are proper transport, storage,
installation and connection, as well as proper operation and maintenance. During its operation certain
parts of the meter might carry dangerous voltages.
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Only use insulated tools suitable for the voltages this meter is used for.
Do not connect while the circuit is connected to a power or current source.
Only place the meter in a dry environment.
Do not mount the meter in an explosive area or exposed to dust, mildew and/or insects.
Make sure the used wires are suitable for the maximum current of this meter.
Make sure the AC wires are connected correctly before activating the current/voltage to the
meter.
Do not touch the meter’s connection clamps directly with your bare hands, with metal, blank
wire or other conducting material as you will risk an electric shock that could cause possible
injury, serious injury or death.
Make sure the protection covers are replaced after installation.
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Maintenance and repair of the meter should only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Never break any seals (if present on this meter) to open the front cover as this might
influence the functionality or accuracy of the meter, and will void all warranty.
Do not drop, or allow physical impact to the meter as there are high precision components
inside that may break and affect the meter measurement negatively.
All clamps should be properly tightened.
Make sure the wires fit properly in the connection clamps.
If the wires are too thin it will cause a bad contact which can spark causing damage to the
meter and its surroundings.
Exclusion of liability
We have checked the contents of this manual and every effort has been made to ensure that the
descriptions are as accurate as possible. However, deviations from the description cannot be
completely ruled out, so that no liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions in the information
given. The data in this manual are checked regularly and the necessary corrections will be included in
subsequent editions. If you have any suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Subject to technical modifications without notice.
Copyright
Copyright Inepro Metering August 2011.
It is prohibited to pass on or copy this document or to use or disclose its contents without express
permission of Inepro Metering BV. Any duplication is a violation of the law and subject to criminal and
civil penalties. All rights reserved, particularly for pending or approved patent awards or registered
trademarks.
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3 Foreword
Thank you for purchasing this energy meter. Inepro has a wide product range of devices. We have
introduced a large number of energy meters on the market suitable for 110V AC to 400V AC (50 or
60Hz). Besides the normal energy meters we also developed our own pre-paid meters with chip card,
chip card re-loaders and a complete PC management control system. For more information on other
products please contact our sales department at sales@ineprometering.com or visit our website at
www.ineprometering.com.
Although we produce this device according to international standards and our quality inspection is
very accurate it’s still possible that this device shows a defect or failure for which we do apologize.
Under normal conditions your product should give you years of trouble free operation. In case there is
a problem with the energy meter you should contact your distributor immediately. Most of our energy
meters are sealed with a special seal. Once this seal is broken there is no possibility to claim any
warranty. Therefore NEVER open an energy meter or break the seal of the device. The limited
warranty is 5 years after production date, divided into various periods., after production, and only
valid for production faults.
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4 Certificates
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5 Specifications
Casing
Nominal voltage (Un)
Operational voltage
Insulation capabilities:
- AC voltage withstand
- Impulse voltage withstand
Basic current (Ib)
Maximum rated current (Imax)
Operational current range
Over current withstand
Operational frequency range
Internal power consumption
Test output flash rate (RED LED)
Pulse output rate
Pulse width
- 1.000/2.000/10.000 pulses
o 0 – 2.499W
o 2.500 – 9.999W
o 10.000 – 19.999W
o 20.000 – 39.999W
o > 40.000W
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4KV for 1 minute
6KV – 1.2µS waveform
5A
(1.5A for CT version)
100A
(6A for CT version)
0.4%Ib-Imax
30Imax for 0.01s
45-60Hz
≤2W/Phase - ≤10VA/Phase (active – reactive)
10.000 imp/kWh
10.000, 2.000, 1.000, 100, 10, 1, 0.1 or 0.01 imp/kWh
40ms
20ms
10ms
5ms
2,5ms
100 pulses
o 0 – 49.999W
o > 50.000W
40ms
20ms
Other pulses
o Always
40ms
Data store
5.1
PC flame resistant plastic
230/400V AC (3~)
3*230/400V ±20%
The data can be stored for more than 10 years
without power
Performance criteria
Operating humidity
Storage humidity
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
International standard
Accuracy class
Protection against penetration
of dust and water
Insulating encased meter of
protective class
≤ 75%
≤ 95%
-25°C - +55°C
-30°C- +70°C
EN50470-1/3
B (=1% accuracy)
IP51
II
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5.2
Basic errors
0.05Ib
0.1Ib
0.1Ib - Imax
0.2Ib - Imax
5.3
Cosφ = 1
Cosφ = 0.5L
Cosφ= 0.8C
Cosφ = 1
Cosφ = 0.5L
Cosφ = 0.8C
Infra-red specification
Infrared wavelengths
Communication distance
Protocol
5.4
±1.5%
±1.5%
±1.5%
±1.0%
±1.0%
±1.0%
900- 1000nm
Direct contact
IEC62056-21:2002 (IEC1107)
M-bus communication specifications (PRO380-Mb only)
Bus type
baud rate
Range
Downlink signal
M-bus
300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600 (default)
≤1000m
Master to slave,Voltage modulation
Uplink signal
Cable
Protocol
Maximum bus load
Slave to master,Current modulation
JYSTY (n×2×0.8)
EN13757-3
64 meters per bus*
5.5
RS485 communication specifications (PRO380-Mod only)
Bus type
Protocol
Baud rate
Address range
Maximum bus load
Range
RS485
MODBUS RTU with 16 bit CRC
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 (default)
0-247 user settable
60 meters per bus*
≤1000m
*Note that the maximum number of meters is dependent on the converter, baudrate (the higher the
baudrate the smaller the number of meters which can be used) and the circumstances under which
the meters are installed.
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5.6
Dimensions
Height without protection cover
Height
Width
Depth
Max diameter power connection clamps
Weight
92,4 mm
141 mm
70 mm
63 mm
25 mm2 (flex core)
35 mm2 (solid core)
0.39 Kg (net)
CAUTION
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Turn off and if possible lock all sources supplying the energy meter and the equipment that is
connected to it before working on it.
Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that power is off.
WARNING
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The installation should be performed by qualified personnel familiar with applicable codes and
regulations.
Use insulated tools to install the device.
A fuse, thermal cut-off or single-pole circuit breaker should be fitted on the supply line and not
on the neutral line.
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The connecting wire, connecting the device to the outside circuit, should be sized in
accordance with local regulations for the maximum amount of the current breaker or other
overcurrent protection devices used in the circuit.
An external switch or a circuit-breaker should be installed on the supply wires, which will
be used to disconnect the meter and the device supplying energy. It is recommended that
this switch or circuit-breaker is placed near the meter because that is more convenient for
the operator. The switch or circuit-breaker should comply with the specifications of the
building’s electrical design and all local regulations.
An external fuse or thermal cut-off used as an overcurrent protection device for the meter
must be installed on the supply side wires. It’s recommended that this protection device is
also placed near the meter for the convenience of the operator. The overcurrent protection
device should comply with the specifications of the building’s electrical design and all local
regulations.
This meter can be installed indoor, or outdoor enclosed in a meter box which is sufficiently
protected, in accordance with local codes and regulations.
To prevent tampering, an enclosure with a lock or a similar device can be used.
The meter has to be installed against a fire resistant wall.
The meter has to be installed in a well-ventilated and dry place.
The meter has to be installed in a protective box if the meter is exposed to dust or other
contaminants.
The meter can be installed and used after being tested and can be sealed afterwards.
The device can be installed on a 35mm DIN rail.
The meter should be installed on a location where the meter can be read easily.
In case the meter is installed in an area with frequent surges for example due to
thunderstorms, welding machines, inverters etc, the meter is required to be protected with
a Surge Protection Device.
The device should be sealed immediately after installing it in order to prevent tampering
3P4W
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3P3W
Connection of the wires should be done in accordance with the connection diagram as shown
below:
L1
L2
L3
N
18
20
22
24
and
and
and
and
19
21
23
25
phase 1 line in (IN)
phase 1 line out (OUT)
phase 2 line in (IN)
phase 2 line out (OUT)
phase 3 line in (IN)
phase 3 line out (OUT)
Neutral line in (IN)
neutral line out (OUT)
Forward pulse output contact (S0)
Reverse pulse output contact (S0)
M-Bus / Modbus communication contact
External tariff input (230V)
For 3P3W (ARON) connection there must be a bridge made between pin 13 and 17.
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6 Operation
6.1
Energy flow indication
The red LED on the front panel indicates the power flow measured by the meter. When power flows,
the LED will flash. The faster the LED flashes, the more power flows. For this meter, the LED will flash
10.000 times per kWh. The first display indication of the meter in the scrolling mode is either FW
(forward) or RV (reverse)
6.2
Re-active energy indication
The dispay will show Kvarh to indicate the meter is measuring re-active energy.
6.3
Tariff indication
The LCD will show either the symbol T1 or T2 in the LCD for the active tariff.
6.4
Reading the meter
Two red LED’s on the front panel indicates the consumption measured by the meter, one for active
and one for reactive energy. When power is consumed, the LED will flash. The faster the LED flashes,
the more power is consumed. For this meter, the LED will flash 10.000 times per kW.
The meter is equipped with a 8 digit LCD. For the energy consumption the meter will display
999999.99 kWh.
6.5
LCD display of the meter
The LCD is a multifunctional display, it has two rows to indicate the status of the meter. The top row
shows the value, while the bottom row shows the units, phase and/or direction.
After power on the first display to be shown is
This page indicates per phase the direction of the energy. In this picture phase 1 is reverse and phase
2 and 3 are forward.
The following pages are available under the buttons, but can also be set in a scrolling mode on the
LCD. For changing the displayed pages in scrolling mode, please see our IR manual.
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6.6
Scrolling function
6.6.1
Automatic scrolling
Every 10 seconds the meter will display the next programmed data page (depending on the setting)
6.6.2
Change scrolling time by button
Press one of the buttons for 5 seconds during the display of page rt 00 and release the button
After releasing the button the backlight will blink twice OFF/ON to indicate you are in programming
mode.
Press the buttons to select the scrolling time (01 to 30 seconds)
After choosing the desired scrolling time release the button and wait 10 seconds to program the new
data in the meter
6.6.3
Manual scrolling
By pressing the button you will go through all data pages one by one starting from page 1 (sequence
see in above table and is depending on the version of PRO380)
6.6.4
Data table pages
Data tables can be selected ON or OFF for automatic scrolling mode. See IR-manual.
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6.7
Changing the CT-ratio (only CT versions)
6.7.1
On MID certified meters,
The initial screen after powering up, will be the warning to setup the CT ratio for this meter.
In default (when not doing any setting) the meter will operate in a 5/5 configuration.
To change the setting choose the applicable value (press the right button) from below list.
To store this setting: hold the buttons for 30 seconds. This will store the selected value permanently!
6.7.2
Available settings.
The available settings on the CT-version meter are as followed:
for CT
ratio
5/5
40/5
50/5
60/5
75/5
100/5
125/5
150/5
200/5
250/5
300/5
400/5
500/5
6.8
Choose
for CT
ratio
Choose
5
40
50
60
75
100
125
150
200
250
300
400
500
600/5
800/5
1000/5
1250/5
1500/5
2000/5
2500/5
3000/5
4000/5
5000/5
6000/5
7500/5
600
800
1000
1250
1500
2000
2500
3000
4000
5000
6000
7500
Back light
The meter is equipped with a blue backlight.
6.8.1
Change the back light setting
Press the right button for 5 seconds during the display of page BL btn and release the button
After releasing the button the backlight will blink twice OFF/ON to indicate you are in programming
mode.
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Press the button to select the backlight mode;
bl btn
bl off
bl on
Press button to activate light
Always OFF
Always ON
After choosing the desired scrolling time release the button and wait 10 seconds to program the new
data in the meter.
6.8.2
Day counter reset
The meter is equipped with a day counter for consumed energy. This is the energy forward calculated
and can be reset to zero by the user
6.8.3
How to reset the day counter back to 0
Press the right button for 5 seconds during the display of page kWh 0 and release the button
After releasing the button the backlight will blink twice OFF/ON and the register is reset to 0.
6.9
S0 pulse output
The energy meter is equipped with two pulse outputs (forward and reverse) which are optically
isolated from the inside circuit. It generates pulses in proportion to the measured consumption for
purpose of remote reading or accuracy testing. The pulse output is a polarity dependent, opencollector transistor output requiring an external voltage source for correct operation. For this external
voltage source, the voltage (Ui) should be lower than 27V DC. The maximum switching current (Imax)
is 100mA. To connect the impulse output, connect 5-27V DC to connector 18/20 (collector), and the
signal wire (S) to connector 19/21 (emitter).
pin 18/20 (collector)
pin 19/21 (emitter)
To change the pulse output you need to purchase a IR eye head and PC software from your dealer.
Selectable S0 output rates are mentioned in paragraph 6 specifications.
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6.10
Setting the total (combined) energy calculation
The meter allows you to display the total energy (usage) shown on the display in accordance to
different calculation methods.
indicating that the total energy is the sum of forward - reverse
To change the calculation method used, please use the infra-red eye, which can be bought separately
and software which can be downloaded via the website of Inepro. On how to use the infra-red eye to
read out values and change settings, a separate manual is available. For this, please contact your local
distributor or Inepro Metering bv.
You can use the following calculation methods for total energy as follows:
Code
Total (active) energy
C-01
C-04
C-05
C-06
C-09
C-10
Forward only
Reverse only
Forward + Reverse
Reverse – Forward
Forward – Reverse
Forward – Reverse
6.11
Communicating via the M-bus output(PRO380-Mb only)
The meter is equipped with an M-bus port, the data can be read out via this port. The communication
protocol conforms to the EN13757-3 standard.
The meter can communicate with your PC. In order to read out the meter registers first install and
configure the PC software. Use an M-bus level converter to connect the PC and the meter. The cable
should be connected to terminals 22 and 23. The default primary address of the meter is 001.
Secondary addressing is based on the serial number of the meter (last 8 digits).
Note: For more information, see appendix 2
6.12
Communicating via the Modbus output(PRO380-Mod only)
The meter can communicate with your PC. In order to read out the meter registers first install and
configure the PC software. Use an RS485 level converter to connect the PC and the meter. The cable
should be connected to terminals 22 and 23. The default communication address of the meter is 001.
Note: For more information, see appendix 3
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7 Troubleshooting
CAUTION
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During repair and maintenance, do not touch the meter connecting clamps directly with your
bare hands, with metal, blank wire or other conducting material as that will cause an electric
shock and possibly cause injury, serious injury or even death.
Turn off and if possible lock all sources supplying the energy meter and the equipment that is
connected to it before opening the protection cover and working on it.
Turn off and lock all power supply to the energy meter and the equipment to which it is
installed before opening the protection cover to prevent the hazard of electric shock.
WARNING
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Maintenance or repair should only be performed by qualified personnel familiar with applicable
codes and regulations.
Use insulated tools to maintain or repair the meter.
Make sure the protection cover is in place after maintenance or repair.
The case is sealed, failure to observe this instruction can result in damage to the meter.
Problem
Possible cause
Check/Solution
The red
consumption LED is
not flashing (PULSE
LED).
There is no load
connected to the meter.
The load on the line is
very low.
Connect a load to the meter.
The register doesn’t
seem to count.
There is almost no load
connected to the meter
No pulse output.
The pulse output
rate is wrong.
The pulse output is not
supplied with DC power.
The pulse output is not
connected correctly.
Is the correct pulse rate
set via the infra red eye
and software?
Check with an Ohm-meter if the load
value is very low.
Check if the red consumption LED is
flashing. 10.000 flashes of the LED at
100 pulses per kWh equals 0.01kWh.
Check the external voltage source (Ui) is
5-27V DC with a voltage meter
Check if the connection is correct: the 527V DC should be connected to the
collector connection (pin 20+) and the
signal wire (S) to the emitter connection
(pin 21-).
Download or request the software and
use the infra red eye which can be
bought separately.
If none of the above works, please contact technical support
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7.1
Errors / Diagnostics display
The meter is equipped with a display field that shows errors and diagnostics. It consists of the
character S followed by 2 + 3 digits. The meaning of each digit is as follows:
First digit:
Program status (0 fail / 1 passed)
Second digit:
Eeprom status (0 fail / 1 passed)
Third digit:
Phase A status (0 not available / 1 available)
Fourth digit:
Phase B status (0 not available / 1 available)
Fifth digit:
Phase C status (0 not available / 1 available)
If the first or second digit shows a 0 (zero); then please return the meter, as the meter is
malfunctioning.
If the third, fourth or fifth digit shows a 0 (zero); please check the wiring for power issues.
7.2
Technical support
For questions about one of our products please contact:
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Your local Inepro Metering distributor
Email: support@ineprometering.com
www.ineprometering.com
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1 Appendix PRO380 2 tariff function
How to switch between T1 and T2
The meter is equipped with 2 tariff functionality which need to be activated by an external voltage
connected to the terminals 24/25
This is an AC voltage between
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2 Appendix PRO380-Mb
The PRO380-Mb can be connected for M-Bus communication. The defaults for Mbus communication
are:
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Baudrate 9600 bits/sec
8 data bits
even parity
1 stop bit
The M-Bus connection is on the terminals 22/23
The secondary addressing is preset to the last 8 digits of the serial number printed on the side of the
meter. However this can be changed to a more convenient number through IR or Mbus
communication.
The baudrate can be lowered to values 4800, 2400, 1200, 600 and 300 baud. Data, parity and stop bit
cannot be changed.
For the registers used in the meter and how to interpreted the data, see the appendix "Register
matrix".
Although INEPRO does not give support on third party software and hardware, we noticed good
experiences with Relay products with our customers.
More detailed info on M-Bus can be found:
http://www.m-bus.com/mbusdoc/default.php
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3 Appendix PRO380-Mod
The PRO380-Mod can be connected for Modbus communication. The Modbus implementation used is
Modbus basic (standard). This means the following:
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Baudrate 9600 bits/sec
8 data bits
even parity
1 stop bit
The baudrate can be lower to values 4800, 2400, 1200. Data, parity and stopbit cannot be changed.
The Modbus connection is on the terminals 22/23
When connecting the meter through a serial converter (RS485) for testing, please be aware that
because of not implementing the complete Modbus infrastructure, there will be a need to put an
additional resistor (120 ohms/ 0.25 watts) across the terminals (22 & 23) on the meter side.
For the registers used in the meter and how to interpreted the data, see the appendix "Register
matrix".
Although INEPRO does not give support on third party software and hardware, we noticed good
experiences with Moxa products with our customers.
More info on Modbus can be found:
Physical:
http://www.modbus.org/docs/Modbus_over_serial_line_V1_02.pdf
Protocol:
http://www.modbus.org/docs/Modbus_Application_Protocol_V1_1b3.pdf
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4 Appendix Infra-Red PC software
All PRO380-series meters are capable to be read out and configured by IR. The standard used is IRDA
(IEC62056-21:2002 (IEC1107)).
IR converter and accompanying software are sold separately. Please contact your dealer.
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5 Appendix Registry matrix
Register Address
Contents
Datablocks
HEX response
IR
1000
1010
1018
1020
1030
1050
1054
1058
1060
1062*
1066
107A
1510
2008
200C
2010
2020
2068
206C
2070
2080
2088
208C
2090
20A0
20A8
20AC
20B0
20C0
20C8
20CC
20D0
20E0
20E8
20EC
20F0
2200
3000
3100
3200
3008
300C
3010
3120
3220
3028
302C
3030
3140
3240
3048
304C
3050
3160
3260
3068
306C
3070
3180
3280
3088
308C
3090
31A0
32A0
30A8
30AC
30B0
Serial number *
Meter code
Meter ID (Mbus/Modbus)
Baud Rate
Meter Name
Protocol Version
Software Version
Hardware Version
Meter Amps
CT Ratio*
S0 output rate
Combined Code
LCD cycle time
L1 Voltage
L2 Voltage
L3 Voltage
Grid Frequency
L1 Current
L2 Current
L3 Current
Active Power
L1 Active Power
L2 Active Power
L3 Active Power
Reactive Power
L1 reactive power
L2 reactive power
L3 reactive power
Apparent Power
L1 Apparent Power
L2 Apparent Power
L3 Apparent Power
Power Factor
L1 Power Factor
L2 Power Factor
L3 Power Factor
Tariff
Total Active Energy
T1 Total Active Energy
T2 Total Active Energy
L1 Total Active Energy
L2 Total Active Energy
L3 Total Active Energy
T1 Forward Active Energy
T2 Forward Active Energy
L1 Forward Active Energy
L2 Forward Active Energy
L3 Forward Active Energy
T1 Reverse Active Energy
T2 Reverse Active Energy
L1 Reverse Active Energy
L2 Reverse Active Energy
L3 Reverse Active Energy
T1 Total Reactive Energy
T2 Total Reactive Energy
L1 Reactive Energy
L2 Reactive Energy
L3 Reactive Energy
T1 Forward Reactive Energy
T2 Forward Reactive Energy
L1 Forward Reactive Energy
L2 Forward Reactive Energy
L3 Forward Reactive Energy
T1 Reverse Reactive Energy
T2 Reverse Reactive Energy
L1 Reverse Reactive Energy
L2 Reverse Reactive Energy
L3 Reverse Reactive Energy
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2
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2
2
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2
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4
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4
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2
4
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4
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4
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4
4
4
4
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4
4
signed
signed
signed
signed
signed
signed
signed
signed
signed
signed
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
signed
signed
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
signed
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
Float - Big Endian (ABCD)
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n/a
n/a
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R
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R
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
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R/W
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R
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R
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R
22 – Inepro Metering – PRO Series
PRO380
Mbus
Modbus
R/W*
R
R/W
R/W
R
R
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R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
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R
R
R
R
R
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R
R
R/W
R
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R
R
R
R
R
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R
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R
R
R/W
R/W
R
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R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
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R
R
R
* On Mbus models = secondary address
001~247 (001 default; 000 broadcast)
9600 (default), 4800, 2400, 1200, 600, 300
* Only CT models; Write one time only by button
10000, 2000, 1000 (default), 100, 10, 1, 0.1, 0.01
01, 04, 05 (default), 06, 09 and 10
1~30 (seconds, 10 seconds default)
01 (t1 saved), 02 (t2 saved), 11 (t1 not saved), 12 (t2 not saved)
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