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Section 4
Power Monitoring and Control
PowerLogic® Energy and Power Management Systems
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AV4000 & 5000 Automatic Capacitor banks, page 4-30
Low Voltage Fixed Unfused Capacitor Banks
Low Voltage Fixed Fused Capacitor Banks
Automatic Power Factor Capacitor Banks
Anti-Resonant and Filtering Capacitor Banks
LV Transient Free Reactive Compensation Banks
Medium Voltage Fixed and Automatic Capacitor Banks
CT Selection and Enclosure Dimensions
AccuSine® Active Harmonic Filter
Hybrid VAR Compensator (HVC) Overview
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16 Meter Enclosure, page 4-13
Introduction
PowerLogic ION Enterprise Operations Software Overview
PowerLogic ION Enterprise Software Ordering
Information
PowerLogic ION Power & Energy Meter Selection
PowerLogic Power and Energy Meters
ION8600
ION7550/7650
ION7350/7330/7300
ION6200
PowerLogic System Manager Software Overview
SMS Ordering Information
PowerLogic Circuit Monitor and Power Meter
Selection
PowerLogic Metering
Series 700 Power Meter
Series 800 Power Meter
Series 3000 Circuit Monitor
Series 4000 Circuit Monitor
PowerLogic Submetering
Tenant Metering Software
High Density Metering
Energy Meter
Enercept® Meter
Split Core Current Transformers
Branch Current Monitor
Multi-Circuit Meter
Submeter Display
PowerLogic ION EEM Enterprise Energy Management Software
PowerLogic Solutions for Utilities
PowerLogic Energy Profiler Online
PowerLogic ITS
Web-Enabled Network Components
Ethernet Gateways
Web Page Generator
Engineering Services
Consulting & Analysis
Total Energy Control
Power System Automation
System Integration
Factory Assembled Enclosures
Technical Support
Power Management University
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Icebergs. Typically, we think of them as huge peaks rising above the
water. In reality, the majority of an iceberg is actually under the water,
out of view. Utility savings at most facilities can be thought of in much
the same way.
Think of your utility bills as
being the peak, easy to see
every month. By simply
installing a PowerLogic
energy and power
management system, you can
realize a 2–4% savings—but
that’s just the “tip of the
iceberg” in terms of your
potential savings.
The majority of savings,
using a PowerLogic
system, can be derived by
looking beyond a utility
bill—or below the surface.
An additional 2–5% can be
saved through better
equipment utilization and
avoiding unnecessary
capital purchases.
Another 10% can be found in
power system reliability.
PowerLogic systems give you
the power to achieve this kind
of savings, resulting in a quick
return on your investment.
Table 4.1:
Reduce Utility Costs
Meter Application
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Auto meter reading and energy monitoring
Revenue Metering
WAGES pulses
Tenant Sub-metering
Cost Allocation & Utility Billing
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Interval Benchmarking & Profiling
Allocate Energy Costs
Total Load Aggregation
Utility Bill Reconciliation
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Utility Reduction Implementation & Services
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
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Total Energy Control Services
Power Factor Correction
Lighting Control
Load Shedding/Sequencing
Peak Shaving/Generator Control
Optimize Equipment Utilization
Facility Planning
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Identify Equipment Capacity
Determine Transformer Stress
Maximize Equipment Life
Improve Efficiency
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Balance Circuit Loading
Improve Power Factor
Balance Generator Efficiency & Usage
Optimize Chiller & Mechanical
Improve Maintenance Practices
•
Equipment Monitoring: transformers,
MCCs, switchgear, switchboards, circuit
breaker status, protective equipment,
capacitors, generators, panelboards,
PDU, UPS, utility meter pulses
Improve Reliability
System Monitoring & Analysis
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Transient Voltage
Disturbances
Power Quality & Harmonics
Power System Automation
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Auto Throw Over (ATO) Systems
Load preservation
Preventative Maintenance
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Emergency Power Supply System
Documentation
Remote Alarm Notification
Advanced Diagnostics
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Sequence of Events
GPS Time Stamping
Root Cause Analysis
Power System Engineering & Consulting
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Safety & Code Compliance
Electrical Distribution System Assessment
System Studies
At Square D/Schneider Electric, we pride ourselves on reliable products, innovative systems, expert engineering services, and our ability to provide
single-source energy and power management solutions. It’s not just a concept to us, it’s a legacy and a promise—for companies that seek an edge
in productivity. That’s why leaders turn to Square D/Schneider Electric.
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PowerLogic®
New!
As the key component of Schneider Electric's
smart energy efficiency offering, the Square D®
PowerLogic system now consists of the most
complete energy and power management
portfolio available.
Backed by experienced power system experts,
and offering the most comprehensive range of
technical support and engineering services, we
are ready to handle your energy efficiency and
reliability challenges. Our recent acquisition of
Power Measurement has both doubled our
resources and increased the breadth of needs
that can be solved by leading-edge Square D PowerLogic solutions. Our total solution approach includes a range of products from simply
configurable to highly flexible with ION® technology options for building and customizing solutions for your business.
The PowerLogic system acts like a layer of energy and power intelligence across all of your power equipment and piped utility assets, helping you
meter and monitor all types of energy and, in turn, reduce energy costs, optimize equipment utilization and improve system reliability performance.
A tightly integrated network of software and meters can span a single facility or an entire multi-site enterprise. The system monitors key points from
the circuit breaker and equipment throughout the power delivery chain, 24 hours a day, from generators and substations to service entrances,
mains, feeders and individual branch circuits.
At the administrative level, PowerLogic acts as a web portal, delivering timely, relevant information to anyone that needs it, anywhere they are.
Advanced analytic tools enable effective decisions, while coordinated control capabilities help you act on them. Together, this represents a fast and
quantifiable return on investment.
The New PowerLogic System
The PowerLogic Advantage
Square D/Schneider Electric has decades of experience in delivering energy and power management solutions to thousands of customers,
including most of the Fortune 500. We are a complete single-source provider that can fully integrate energy and power management with power
distribution and automation solutions.
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PowerLogic is innovative technology featuring enterprise-level features such as energy modeling, web-enabled communications and the world's most advanced line
of energy and power quality instrumentation.
PowerLogic supports industry standards, including accuracy certifications, power quality compliance standards, and measurement and verification protocols.
PowerLogic is scalable; take advantage of modular applications and hardware to add or upgrade components easily and affordably.
PowerLogic fits perfectly with other business, automation, metering or billing systems.
PowerLogic represents a low cost of installation and ownership; systems are cost-effective, feature-rich, easy to use, and supported by extensive services that
ensure you get the most from your solution.
Optimize Equipment
Improve System Reliability
Your ROI Solution Partner
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CONTROL
Reduce Energy Costs
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PowerLogic®
PowerLogic ION Enterprise® Operations Software
New!
PowerLogic ION Enterprise Operations Software is an all-in-one package for operational power system monitoring,
analysis and control that helps you reduce energy-related costs. It offers control capabilities, comprehensive power
quality and reliability analysis and helps reduce energy related costs. The software is a suite of applications that
allows you to collect, process, analyze, store, and share data across your entire enterprise. PowerLogic ION
Enterprise software is designed to give you the information and analysis tools you need to make sound decisions. Its
cutting-edge flexibility and compatibility allow you to extend your energy management system at your own pace,
adding newer components as they become available, without interrupting or impacting existing functions. PowerLogic
ION Enterprise collects data through serial, wireless, modem or Ethernet links and can manage a single site or,
through the Internet, connect a global network of devices.
Interface to existing software systems and integrate third-party equipment, leveraging support for a variety of industrystandard protocols. ION Enterprise also enables you to access information from any desktop, locally or around the
world, in the format you need. Control of your system is always within easy reach. Thanks to patented ION
technology, you get out-of-the box usability, plus you can quickly add or rearrange functions with drag-and-drop icons
and a few clicks of a mouse.
PowerLogic ION Enterprise Operations Software is ideal for energy suppliers and energy consumers and provides
powerful tools for:
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Power quality and reliability analysis
Load studies and circuit optimization
Demand and power factor control
Equipment monitoring and control
Preventative maintenance
Cost allocation and billing
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Respond to notifications, click an indicator to retrieve
the time, location, and nature of the event. Click again
to study tolerance curves, waveforms, or a report.
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Control loads, generation, and power quality
mitigation equipment. Optimize switching with
the latest status and base loading data.
Allocate costs, consolidate billing or negotiate
contract volume pricing. Assure compliance with
PQ standards and verify operational progress.
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Table 4.2:
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ION Enterprise® Software Ordering Information/Meter Selection
PowerLogic ION Enterprise Software Ordering Information
Description
Catalog No.
$ Price
Core Software Productsa
ION Enterprise Base software
ION Enterprise Device license (For 100+ devices, please call the factory for volume pricing)
ION Enterprise Client license
OPC Server support for ION Enterprise
SQL Server 2005 bundle option (CD and 1-CPU license)
SQL Server 2005 additional CPU license
IONE56BASE
IONE56DL
IONE56CL
IONEOPCV1
IONESQL2005
IONESQL2005CPU
719.00
251.00
719.00
3055.00
2440.00
1525.00
Upgrades from PowerLogic ION Enterprise 5.5
ION Enterprise Base Upgrade
ION Enterprise Device upgrade
ION Enterprise Client license upgrade
IONE56UPGRADE
IONE56DLUPG
IONE56CLUPG
359.00
125.00
359.00
Related Items
ION Enterprise Replacement CD
IONE56REPCD
ION Enterprise 5.5 Software Documentation Binder
DOC-BINDERIE5
ION Enterprise 5.5 Administrator Guide
DOC-UGUIDE204
ION Enterprise 5.5 Client User Guide
DOC-UGUIDE205
a
Every new system must be ordered with 1 IONE55-Base software and a minimum of 5 IONE55-DL device licenses.
215.00
143.00
71.00
35.00
Table 4.3:
PowerLogic ION Power and Energy Meter Selection
Featuresb
ION8600
ION7650
ION7550
ION7350
ION7330
ION7300
ION6200
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16 / 4
AC/DC
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20 / 8
AC/DC
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20 / 8
AC/DC
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8/8
AC/DC
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8/8
AC/DC
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4/8
AC/DC
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2/
AC/DC
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0.5
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63 rd
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63 rd
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31st
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15th
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B
C
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16 / 4
AC/DC
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16 / 4
AC/DC
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0.2
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Inputs, outputs and control power
3-phase / single-phase
Digital in and out / analog in and out
Power supply options
Power and energy measurements
V, I, F, PF
Power, demand
Energy / time-of-use (energy per shift)
ANSI energy accuracy class (% of reading)
Measurement Canada Approval
Loss compensation
Power quality analysis
Compliance monitoring (e.g. EN50160)
Flicker measurement
Transient disturbance capture
Sag and swell monitoring
Harmonics measurement
Uptime (number of 9's) calculation
Waveform capture
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63 rd
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63 rd
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31st
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•/•
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0.001
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0.001
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0.001
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0.001
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0.001
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0.001
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0.001
•/•
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15th
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THD
Data and event logging
Trend / snapshot
Min/max
Events
Timestamp resolution (seconds)
GPS sync
Annunciation / call out on alarm
Trigger logging
Trigger relay or digital output control
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Special features
Custom programming: arithmetic, boolean,
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object-oriented
Downloadable firmware
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Communications
Ethernet port / web / email
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•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/
•/ /
Telephone modem port
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Infrared port
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RS485 / RS232 ports
•/•
•/•
•/•
•/•
•/•
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•/
•/
Modbus / DNP / MV-90 protocols
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/•/•
•/ /
•/ /
b
Specifications represent maximum capabilities with all options installed. Some options are not available concurrently. This is not a complete feature list,
please refer to detailed product specifications.
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Setpoints, alarms and control
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ION8600/7550/7650 Power and Energy Meters
New!
ION8600/7550/7650 Power and Energy Meters
The web-enabled PowerLogic ION8600 is used to monitor electric distribution networks, service entrances and substations. It enables businesses
to manage complex energy supply contracts that include power quality guarantees. Low-range current accuracy makes it ideal for independent
power producers and cogeneration applications that require the accurate bi-directional measurement of energy. It is well suited to load curtailment,
equipment monitoring and control and energy pulsing and totalization applications. Integrate it with PowerLogic ION EEM enterprise energy
management software, PowerLogic ION Enterprise operations software or other energy management and SCADA systems.
PowerLogic ION8600 Power and Energy Meter Features
Feature set C includes:
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Password protection and anti-tamper seal protection
Built-in I/O: 4 KYZ digital outs and 3 form A digital ins, an
optional external I/O expander provides additional I/O
Feature set B adds the following to feature set C:
9S, 39S, 35S, 36S, 76S socket and switchboard cases
True RMS 3-phase voltage, current, power and meets stringent ANSI
revenue metering standards including ANSI C12.20 0.2 and Class 2,
10, & 20
Power quality: sag/swell, individual, even, odd, total harmonics to the
31st and symmetrical components
2MB log/event memory, min/max for any parameter, historical logs up
to 32 channels, timestamp resolution to 0.001 seconds and GPS time
synchronization
Transformer/line loss compensation and Instrument transformer
correction
Communications: Fiber, Ethernet, Serial, Modem, Internet and
Ethernet to serial gateway and ION, DNP 3.0, Modbus RTU, Modbus
TCP and MV-90 protocols
Dial-out capability when memory is near full
Multi-user, multi-level security with control and customized access to
sensitive data for up to 16 users
Data push capability through SMTP (email)
65 setpoints — math, logic, trig, log, linearization formulas
• Harmonics - individual, total even, total odd up to the 63rd
• 4MB standard memory
• Historical logs up to 320 channels
• Modbus RTU Master on serial ports
• Cycle setpoint minimum response time
Feature set A adds the following to feature sets C and B:
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Waveform capture up to 256 samples/cycle, PQ compliance
monitoring, flicker to EN50160, IEC 6100-4-7/4-15 (also
configurable to IEEE 519-1992, IEEE159, SEMI) CBEMA/ITIC
Transient detection to 65µs at 60Hz;
Harmonics: magnitude, phase and inter-harmonics to the 40th
10MB standard memory
Max 96 cycles of waveform logs and 800 channels of historical
logs
Note: Please refer to powerlogic.com for the most complete and up-to-date list of feature availability. Some features are optional.
Table 4.4:
Typical PowerLogic ION8600 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Description
Catalog No.
ION8600, feature set A, 9S socket base, 5A nominal current inputs, auxiliary power pigtail: 65-120Vac/80-160Vdc, 60 Hz, communications card with: 10baseT Ethernet S8600A0C0H6E0A0A
— RS-232/485 — Optical, RS-485
ION8600, feature set B, 9S socket base, 5A nominal current inputs, auxiliary power pigtail 65-120Vac/80-160Vdc, 60 Hz, communications card with: 10base T Ethernet S8600B0C0H6E0A0A
— Optical, RS-485
ION8600, feature set B, 9S socket base, 5A nominal current inputs, auxiliary power pigtail 65-120Vdc/80-160Vac, 60 Hz, communications card with: RS-232/485.
S8600C0C0H6A0A0A
RS-485, Optical port, standard I/O
$ Price
6252.00
4700.00
2609.00
PowerLogic ION7550 and ION7650 Power and Energy Meters
Used at key distribution points and sensitive loads, the web-enabled PowerLogic ION7550 and PowerLogic ION7650 meters combine a wealth of
advanced features from power quality analysis capabilities, revenue accuracy and multiple communications options, through web compatibility,
and control capabilities. Both are compatible with PowerLogic ION EEM enterprise energy management software, PowerLogic ION Enterprise
operations software can be integrated with other energy management or building control systems through multiple communication channels and
protocols.
The meters are ideal for compliance monitoring, disturbance analysis, cost allocation and billing, demand and power factor control and equipment
monitoring and control. The meters have a high visibility, adjustable front panel display that can depict TOU, harmonics, event logs, phasers, and
instantaneous power parameters. They meet stringent ANSI C12.20 0.2, Class 10 & 20 revenue metering standards.
PowerLogic ION7550 and ION7650 Power and Energy Meter Features
The PowerLogic ION7550 includes:
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3.5” x 4.5” (87 x 112 mm) backlit LCD display
True RMS 3-phase voltage, current, and power that meets stringent ANSI
C12.20 0.2, Class 2, 10, & 20
Power quality: sag/swell, harmonics - individual, even, odd, total to the
63rd, waveform capture at 256 samples/cycle
5MB log/event memory (10MB optional), waveform logging up to 96
cycles, up to 800 channels historical, min/max, timestamp resolution to
0.001 seconds, GPS time synchronization and historical trends through
front panel
Communications: fiber, Ethernet, serial, internal modem, optical port, and
a gateway functionality, ION, DNP 3.0, Modbus RTU - master & slave,
Modbus TCP and MV-90
Dial-out capability when memory is near full
Data push capability through SMTP (email)
Multi-user, multi-level security with control and customized
access to sensitive data for up to 16 users
• 65 configurable _ cycle setpoints for single, multi-condition and
dial out on alarm and math, logic, trig, log, linearization formulas
• Password protection and anti-tamper seal protection enhance
meter security
• Extensive standard I/O includes: 8 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs
and 3 onboard relays
The ION7650 has all the features of the ION7550 and adds:
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Waveform capture up to 1024 samples/cycle
Transient detection to 17µs at 60Hz
Harmonics: magnitude, phase and inter-harmonics to the 40th
Flicker to EN50160 and IEC 6100-4-7/4-15 (also configurable for
IEEE 519-1992, IEEE159, SEMI), plus CBEMA/ITIC
Symmetrical components
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Note: Please refer to powerlogic.com for the most complete and up-to-date list of feature availability. Some features are optional.
Table 4.5:
Typical PowerLogic ION7550/7650 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Description
Catalog No.
$ Price
Typical PowerLogic ION7550 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Integrated display, with 512 samples/cycle, 5 MB logging memory, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms. (1 RS232/RS485 port, 1 RS485, 1 Type 2
optical port) plus Ethernet, standard I/O
Integrated display, with 512 samples/cycle, 5 MB logging memory, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms. (1 RS232/RS485 port, 1 RS485, 1 Type 2
optical port), standard I/O
S7550A0C0B6E0A0A
6318.00
S7550A0C0B6A0A0A
5589.00
S7650B1C0B6E0A0E
9279.00
S7650A0C0B6E0A0A
7869.00
Typical PowerLogic ION7650 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Integrated display, with 1024 samples/cycle, 10 MB logging memory, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms. (1 RS232/RS485 port, 1 RS485, 1 Type 2
optical port) plus Ethernet, standard I/O, EN50160 compliance monitoring
Integrated display, with 512 samples/cycle, 5 MB logging memory, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms. (1 RS232/RS485 port, 1 RS485, 1 Type 2
optical port) plus Ethernet, standard I/O
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ION7350/7330/7300/6200 Power and Energy Meters
New!
Used in diverse applications such as feeder monitoring and sub-metering, the PowerLogic ION7300 series meters are also
suitable for high-accuracy power and energy metering, bill verification, cost allocation and billing, demand and power factor
control, load studies, circuit optimization, equipment monitoring and control and preventative maintenance. They are ideal
replacements for analog meters, with a multitude of power and energy measurements, analog and digital I/O,
communication ports and industry-standard protocols. The ION7330 meter adds on-board data storage, emails of logged
data and an optional modem. The ION7350 meter is further augmented by more sophisticated power quality analysis,
alarms and a call-back-on-alarm feature. They are compatible with PowerLogic ION EEM enterprise energy management
software, PowerLogic ION Enterprise operations software or can be integrated with other energy management or building
control systems through multiple communication channels and protocols.
PowerLogic ION7350, ION7330 and ION7300 Power and Energy Meter Features
The PowerLogic ION7300 includes:
The ION7330 adds the following features:
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Time of use - multi-year scheduling, hourly activity profiles
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Multiple form factors: transducer integrated and
remote display models, GE S1 or ABB FT21
switchboard forms
True RMS 3-phase voltage, current, and power that
meets stringent ANSI C12.16, Class 10
Power quality: harmonics - individual, even, odd, total
to the 15th, maximum 32 samples/cycle
Communications: 1 RS-485 port, 1 optional Ethernet
port, 1 ANSI Type 2 infrared optical port, 1 PROFIBUS
DP port (ION7300 only), onboard web server
Supported protocols include : ION, Modbus RTU slave
on serial, modem, I/R ports, Modbus TCP through
Ethernet
Extensive standard I/O includes: 4 analog inputs,
4 analog outputs, 4 digital relay outputs
Minimum/maximum recording
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4 digital inputs for status monitoring and pulse counting
Communications: a second RS-485 port, internal modem, DNP 3.0
through serial, modem and I/R ports, EtherGate and ModemGate,
data/alarms via e-mail and MV-90 on serial and Ethernet ports
• 12, one second setpoints for single, multi-condition alarms, plus math,
logic, trig, log, and linearization formulas
• Non-volatile onboard memory capacity of 300kb, min/max logging,
min/max logging, up to 32 channels of historical logs, timestamp
resolution to 0.001 seconds
The ION7350 includes the following additional features:
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Power Quality: sag/swell, individual, even, odd, total harmonics up to
31st , maximum 64 samples/cycle
Up to 96 channels of logs and up to 48 cycles of waveform logs
Alarm notifications via e-mail
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Table 4.6:
Typical PowerLogic ION7350/7330/7300 Power and Energy Ordering Configurations
Description
Catalog No.
$ Price
Typical PowerLogic ION7350 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Integrated display with optical port, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms, (two RS-485 ports) plus 10BaseT
Ethernet
Integrated display with optical port, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms, (two RS-485 ports)
S7350A0B0B0E0A0A
3567.00
S7350A0B0B0A0A0A
2906.00
S7330A0B0B0E0A0A
2800.00
S7330A0B0B0A0A0A
2159.00
S7300A0B0B0A0A0A
1436.00
Typical PowerLogic ION7330 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Integrated display with optical port, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms, (two RS-485 ports) plus 10BaseT
Ethernet
Integrated display with optical port, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms, (two RS-485 ports)
Typical PowerLogic ION7300 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Integrated display with optical port, 5A inputs, standard power supply, standard comms, (one RS-485 port)
The modular PowerLogic ION6200 is a low-cost, ultra-compact meter that offers outstanding versatility and
functionality. It is simple to use, and has a big, bright LED display. It offers four-quadrant power, demand, energy,
power factor and frequency measurements, and is available in a variety of flexible configurations. It is available as a
low-cost base model to which enhanced functionality can be added over the long term. The PowerLogic ION6200 is
ideal for customers who need revenue-accurate and/or certified measurements and want easy integration with power
distribution assemblies and building automation systems. A Megawatt version is available for applications requiring
readings in megawatts and kilovolts. It is well suited for sub-metering, energy cost tracking load profiling, and
substation panel metering and is an ideal replacement for analog meters. It can be used for stand-alone metering in
custom panels, switchboards, switchgear, gensets, motor control centers and UPS systems.
The meter consists of a base unit with options card and a power supply pack, with a remote display being optional.
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Only two inches deep, and fits a standard
ANSI four-inch switchboard cutout, or as a
TRAN model with no display and can be
fastened to a flat surface with a 4” (10cm)
ANSI bolt pattern or mounted to a DIN rail.
A remote display module (RMD) can be
ordered for the TRAN and mounted through
an ANSI 4” (10cm) and DIN 96 cutout.
LED display with twelve 3/4” (19mm) high
digits that display all basic power parameters
Pulse Outputs: optional kWh, kVARh and/or
kVAh pulsing
Via two Form A outputs
Communications: optional RS-485 port with
Modbus RTU and ION compatible
64 samples per cycle true RMS
3-phase voltage and current inputs
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The standard ION6200 is available with the following parameters:
Voltage L-N average and per phase, Voltage L-L average and per phase,
Current average and per phase
Option EP#1, includes the standard measurements and provides the
following additional parameters:
I4, kW/mW total, kWh/mWh total, kW/mW peak, Current demand
average and per phase, Current peak demand average and per phase,
Power factor total
Optional Enhanced Package, includes the standard measurements
and provides the following additional parameters:
kW/mW per phase, kVAR/mVAR total and per phase, kVA/mVA total and
per phase, kWh/mWh and del/rec per phase, kVARh/mVARh total and
del/rec per phase, kVAh/mVAh total and per phase, kW/mW demand,
kVAR/mVAR demand and peak, kVA/mVA demand and peak, Power
Factor per phase, Voltage THD per phase, Current THD per phase
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Please refer to powerlogic.com for the most complete and up-to-date list of feature availability. Some features are optional.
Table 4.7:
Typical PowerLogic ION6200 Power and Energy Meter Ordering Configurations
Catalog No.
S6200A0A0B0A0A0R
$ Price
943.00
S6200R1A0B0A0A0R
977.00
S6200T1A0B0A0A0R
753.00
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Description
Integrated display, 10A inputs, standard 100-240 Vac power supply, RS485 port (Modbus RTU), Enhanced Package #2
TRAN Model, with remote display, 10A inputs, standard 100-240 Vac power supply, RS485 port (Modbus RTU), Enhanced
Package #2
TRAN Model, (no display), 10A inputs, standard 100-240 Vac power supply, RS485 port (Modbus RTU), Enhanced Package #2
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PowerLogic®
System Manager Software
PowerLogic System Manager Software is designed to help control the cost, quality and reliability of your electrical and
piped utilities. With a PowerLogic system installed at your facility, you can identify where extra capacity exists,
determine if and where the equipment is being overstressed and balance loads on your power equipment. By
examining and changing the way you use power, you will save money. System Manager gives access to information so
effective decisions can be made concerning utility cost allocation, capital equipment purchases and building
improvements. Plus, System Manager is an essential tool for operations personnel to keep systems running before
problems occur, using graphical data and early alarm notifications.
PowerLogic System Manager Software (SMS) is a full featured webenabled product family. With built-in intuitive views, SMS ensures a
consistent power and utility monitoring experience. Upon
installation, the system contains over 50 real time tables, analog
meters and barcharts, an alarm log with waveform links,
pre-engineered power quality and utility cost reports, and more. You
can also tailor SMS to meet your own needs with customized
screens, trends and reports that are automatically incorporated into
the tabbed navigational user interface.
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Distributed monitoring with automatic data collection from device onboard
memory to eliminate nuisance data gaps.
Open architecture with industry standard protocols.
Supports a plethora of intelligent power equipment and monitoring
devices.
Modular add-ons for advanced graphics, reports, billing and customized
functionality enhancements.
Real time data and report sharing with secure access to information.
Remote alarm notification to email, pagers and other mobile devices.
Alarms show active status and alarm history with waveform analysis links
to aid troubleshooting power quality system events.
Interactive diagrams graphically mimic your system and can provide real
time fault diagnostics indicating whether the direction of the last
disturbance was upstream or downstream of the monitoring point.
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Table 4.8:
SMS Ordering Information/Meter Selection
PowerLogic System Manager Software Ordering Information
Description
Catalog No.
$ Price
Core Software Products
System Mgr. Device Limited (1 web-enabled client, 16 devices, up to 32 devices with SMSDL32U, Interactive Graphics)
SMSDL
4150.00
System Mgr. Standard Ed. (1 web-enabled client, MSDE or SQL Personal Edition with Interactive Graphics)
SMSSE
12750.00
System Mgr. Professional Edition (10 web-enabled clients, SQL Server, Advanced Reports, Interactive Graphics)
SMSPE
19950.00
Add On Modules
SMS OPC Server Application
SQL Server 2005 End User License
Active Pager Module - Paging applications with conditional alarms assigned by shift
WAGES Module - Monitoring electrical and piped utilities available with engineered project
SMSOPC
2980.00
SMSLIC
1785.00
9789PAGE
3820.00
Available as Engineered Project
SER Module - Sequence of Events software interface for GPS time synch available with engineered project
EPSS Test Report Module available with engineered project
9789SER
15000.00
9789EPSSTSTRPT
4650.00
Extension Products
Enables Standalones (DL & SE) with Remote Web clients (5 pk licenses)
SMSWebXTR
2575.00
Extends SMSDL to 32 device limit
SMSDL32U
2575.00
Converts SMSDL to SMSSE
SMSDL2SE
8755.00
Table 4.9:
PowerLogic Circuit Monitor and Power Meter Selection
Featuresa
CM4000T
CM4250
CM3350
CM3250
PM870
PM850
PM820
PM750
PM710
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Inputs, outputs and control power
3-phase / single-phase
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Digital in and out / analog in and out
24 / 4
24 / 4
9/0
9/0
18 / 8
18 / 8
18 / 8
3/
Power supply options
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
AC/DC
V, I, F, PF
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Power and energy measurements
Energy / energy per shift (time-of-use)
Energy accuracy (%)
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.0
Standards compliance to ANSI / IEC
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Compliance monitoring (e.g. EN50160)
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Flicker measurement
High-speed transient disturbance capture
(200 ns)
Transient disturbance capture
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Disturbance direction detection
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Sag/swell monitoring
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Harmonics measurement
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Uptime (number of 9's) calculation
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Waveform capture
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Waveshape alarm
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Trend / billing
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Minimum and maximum
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Power quality analysis
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0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
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Data and event logging
Events / maintenance
Timestamp resolution (seconds)
GPS sync
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Setpoints, alarms and control
Annunciation / call out on alarm
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Trigger logging
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Trigger relay or digital ouput control
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Custom programming: arithmetic, boolean
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Downloadable firmware
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Communications
Ethernet port / web / email
Infrared port
RS485 / RS232 ports
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Modbus protocol
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Specifications represent maximum capabilities with all options installed. Some options are not available concurrently. This is not a complete feature list.
Please refer to detailed product specifications.
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Metering
New!
PowerLogic Series 700 Power Meter
The PowerLogic Power Meter 710 offers all of the measurement capabilities required to monitor an electrical
installation in a single 96 x 96 mm unit extending only 50 mm behind the mounting surface (less than 2 inches).
With its large display, you can monitor all three phases and neutral at the same time. The anti-glare display features
large 11 mm high characters and powerful backlighting for easy reading, even in extreme lighting conditions and
viewing angles.
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Series 700 Power Meter
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Panel instrumentation (OEMs)
Sub-billing and cost allocation
Remote monitoring of an electrical installation
Harmonic monitoring (THD)
Power and current demand, THD and min/max reading in basic version
A high-performance solution for trouble-free monitoring of your electrical installation.
Energy Class 1 as defined by IEC 62053 (or IEC 61036)
Suitable for sub-billing and cost-allocation applications.
Table 4.10:
Description
Catalog No.
$ Price
Series 700 Power Meters
PM710 Power Meter with integrated display and comms
aPM750 Power Meter with (2) digital input, (1) digital output
a
Available 2nd Quarter, 2007
PM710
PM750
710.00
950.00
PowerLogic Series 800 Power Meters
The PowerLogic PM800 series Power Meter is a high-performance power-monitoring unit able to provide advanced
power measurement capabilities in a compact 96x96 mm unit. Its large, easy to read display allows you to monitor all
three phases and neutral simultaneously. With its easy to use intuitive interface and self guiding menus, the large antiglare and back lit display makes this meter the easiest yet to navigate and use. The modular design allows for flexibility
with an easy upgrade path to grow the meter's capabilities with the addition of Communication and I/O Modules.
Series 800 Power Meter
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Monitor current, voltage, power and energy simultaneously
Trending/Forecasting Curves functionality (PM850/870)
128 samples/cycle-zero blind metering
Waveform capture (PM850), configurable waveform capture (PM870)
Onboard logging (80k in PM820, 800k in PM850/PM870)
Detection of voltage sags and swells
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Individual harmonic measurements on current and voltage
Available with 2 standard Digital I/O
Field installable Digital and Analog I/O
THD measurement
Meets IEC 60687 and ANSI C12.20 Class 0.5S accuracy
Programmable (logic and mathematical functions)
Table 4.11:
Description
Catalog No.
Series 800 Power Meters
PM820 Power Meter with integrated display, THD, Alarming, 80kb Logging
PM850 Power Meter with integrated display, THD, Alarming, 800kb Logging, Waveform Capture
PM820 Meter unit only without display
PM850 Meter unit only without display
PM870 Power Meter with integrated display, THD, Alarming, 800 kb Logging, configurable Waveform Capture, Sag/Swell Detection
PM870 Meter unit only without display
Series 800 Power Meter Accessories
PM800 Display for integrated meter unit
PM800 Module, 2 digital outputs (relays), 6 digital inputs
PM800 Module, 2 digital outputs (relays), 6 digital inputs
PM800 Module, 2 digital out, 2 digital in, 2 analog out, 2 analog in
PM800 Mounting adapter for CM2000
$ Price
PM820
PM850
PM820U
PM850U
PM870
PM870U
2390.00
3889.00
2050.00
3529.00
4799.00
4460.00
PM8D
PM8M22
PM8M26
PM8M2222
PM8MA
443.00
635.00
635.00
856.00
267.00
PowerLogic Series 3000 Circuit Monitor
The PowerLogic Series 3000 Circuit Monitor is designed for industrial, commercial and OEM users and is the ideal
monitoring device for electrical mains, branch feeders, as well as OEM applications, such as computer power. It
provides instant access to real time web pages without installing or learning special software.
CM3000 can serve up instantaneous readings, energy usage cost, power quality and disturbance analysis or even
customized web pages. Web-access summary data transparently from other devices connected downstream.
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Series 3000 Power Meter
Comes with 8Mb of standard memory allowing for more data
logging than any other meter in its class
128 samples/cycle allow for zero blind metering
Sag/Swell disturbance monitoring(CM3350)
100 ms Event recording(CM3350)
Harmonic Powerflows to the 40th harmonic
Sequence of events recording using GPS synchronization
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Built-in Trending and Forecasting functionality allows you to
forecast energy usage up to 4 days in advance
Custom web pages with optional Ethernet Communications
Card
Field installable Digital I/O card
Meets IEC 60687 and ANSI C12.20 Class 0.5S accuracy
Table 4.12:
Description
Catalog No.
$ Price
Series 3000 Circuit Monitors
Instrumentation, On-board Data Logging Waveform Capture, Disturbance Waveform Capture, Configurable I/O, 0.15% Accuracy
Same as CM3250 plus Sag/Swell Disturbance Detection and 100 ms RMS Event Recording
CM3250
CM3350
3944.00
5121.00
NOTE: See page 4-11 for Series 3000 Accessories
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PowerLogic Series 4000 Circuit Monitor
The award winning, Web-enabled PowerLogic Series 4000 Circuit Monitor (CM4250) is the most advanced
permanently mounted circuit monitor in the industry today. Designed for critical power and large energy users who
cannot afford to be shut down, the CM4250 provides the ability to monitor, troubleshoot and preempt power quality
problems. Transients (disturbances lasting less than one cycle) are particularly difficult to detect, due to their short
duration. The CM4000T detects and captures oscillatory and impulsive transients (up to 10,000V peak, line-to-line at 5
MHz per channel) as short as one microsecond in duration. The CM4000T automatically performs a high-speed
transient waveform capture and a longer disturbance capture to show the conditions surrounding an event. The
CM4000T maintains a complete historical record of the number of transients per phase, along with the magnitude,
duration and time of occurrence of each. It also performs a stress calculation to determine the circuits that have
received the greatest stress from transient overvoltages.
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CM4000T with VFD Display
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PCM4000
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Waveform capture with up to 512 samples/cycle
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Built-in Trending and Forecasting functionality allows you to
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forecast energy usage up to 4 days in advance
Sag/Swell disturbance monitoring
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Two option card slots for field installable cards
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Optional field installable Ethernet communications card with
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standard and custom web pages
Alarm Setpoint Learning feature allowing optimum threshold setting •
(patent pending)
Multiple alarms including standard, digital, Boolean, high-speed,
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and disturbance alarms
Waveshape alarm monitoring
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High speed transient voltage detection at 5 MHz per channel with •
field installable CVMT current/voltage module
True RMS Metering through the 255th harmonic
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Also available in a rugged sealed case as a Portable Circuit Monitor
Extended waveform capture (up to 110 seconds)
Field installable Digital/Analog I/O cards and flexible I/O
extender modules
Harmonic powerflows up to the 40th harmonic
Standard KYZ pulse output
Standard 16 MB of non-volatile memory (field
upgradeable to 32 MB)
Integrated power quality standards including EN50160,
IEC 61000-4-15 (Flicker)
Sequence of events recording using GPS synchronization
technology
Oscillatory transient detection and recording
Extended range current/voltage module(CVMXR) for
higher inrush currents available, field installable
UL Listed, CSA Approved, CE Marking, NOM Approved,
FCC compliant
PowerLogic Series 4000 Circuit Monitor Optional Displays
High visibility remote VF (vacuum fluorescence) display with I/R communications port
Displays metering data, min/max values, alarms, inputs
Remote LC (liquid crystal) display with backlighting also available
Optional user configurable display screens
Table 4.13:
Series 4000 Circuit Monitors
Description
Series 4000 Circuit Monitors
Instrumentation, On-board Data Logging, Waveform Capture, Disturbance Recording, Configurable I/O, 0.04% Accuracy
Same as CM4000, Current Overrange of 100A up to 1 Second, 40A Continuous
Same as CM4000 plus Impulsive Transient Detection and Flicker (IEC 61000-4-15)
Portable CM4000 Base Unit, Detachable Vacuum Fluorescent Display, Ride-though Module, Cable Set and Carrying Bag
Portable CM4000 plus Impulsive Transient Detection and Flicker (IEC 61000-4-15)
ECC21
$ Price
CM4250
CM4250XR
CM4000T
PCM4000
PCM4000T
6386.00
7124.00
8474.00
14205.00
17643.00
IOC44c
IOX2411
IOX0404
IOX08
IOX
ECC21c
CVM
CVMXR
CVMT
CMDLCc
CMDVFc
OCIVFc
CAB4c
CAB12c
CAB30c
PLESNS36005
PLESH163155
PLESHP32335
STS3000
STRM
SAM
SAIF200
PS080
796.00
1253.00
1650.00
703.00
459.00
1948.00
1325.00
2949.00
5393.00
688.00
1207.00
604.00
53.00
89.00
161.00
856.00
1359.00
1886.00
5348.00
2827.00
2292.00
611.00
558.00
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IOC44 I/O Card
Series 4000 Circuit Monitor Accessories
Field installable I/O card with 3 relay outputs, 1 pulse output (KYZ) and 4 status inputs
I/O Extender module with 4 DC status inputs, 2 DC digital outputs, 1 analog input and 1 analog output
I/O Extender module with 4 status inputs and 4 analog inputs (4-20 mA)
I/O Extender module with 8 status inputs
I/O Extender module with no pre-installed I/O a
Ethernet Communications Card; 100 MB Fiber or 10/100 MB UTP Ethernet port and 1 RS-485 master port
Current/Voltage module
Current/Voltage module with extended current rangeb
Current/Voltage module with high speed transient detectionb
4-line x 20 - character liquid crystal display with backlighting
4-line x 20 - character vacuum fluorescent display with I/R port and proximity sensor
I/R communications interface for the vacuum fluorescent display
4 foot display cable
12 foot display cable
30 foot display cable
Portable Circuit Monitor 5A CT 150/300/600A Range (Order 3 for complete set)
Portable Circuit Monitor 5A CT 500/1000/1500A Range (Order 3 for complete set)
Portable Circuit Monitor 5A CT 1000/2000/3000A Range (Order 3 for complete set)
PowerLogic Satellite Time System, Circuit Monitor and SEPAM GPS Time Synchronization, 100 microsecond accuracy
Satellite Time Reference Module
Smart Antenna Module
Smart Antenna Module Interface Cable - 200 FT
Power Supply, 24DC/50W, DIN-mountable
a
Contact your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office for additional I/O options.
b
CM4000 is field upgradeable to provide additional features of specified module.
c
Also available for CM3000
Catalog No.
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Submetering
New!
PowerLogic Submetering
In today's increasingly competitive commercial property market, attracting and retaining
high-quality, long-term tenants by offering exceptional value is the primary goal. Balancing
these premium services and reliable infrastructure vs. the financial exposure to volatile
utility costs is the challenge.
Minimizing energy costs requires information on how energy usage translates into money
spent. PowerLogic energy sub-metering systems are specifically engineered to address the
measurement, verification and billing needs of multi-tenant properties.
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Residential high-rise and low-rise
Campuses
Shopping centers
Malls / food courts
Offices
Commercial buildings
PowerLogic energy management
and metering systems are ideal
for multi-tenant buildings
providing:
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Metering & Verification tools to
assure compliance to Energy
Policy Act 2005
Integrated approach from simple
energy allocation requirements to
high-end power quality
Monitor energy usage and
efficiency to accurately recover
the costs while providing tenants
with energy and a reliable
infrastructure
Square D/Schneider Electric, a
trusted equipment supplier for
over 100 years, can be your
single source for all your energy
management needs — reliable
metering systems, services,
installation, operational costs,
training and maintenance
agreements.
Tenant Metering Software
When PowerLogic submetering is combined with PowerLogic Tenant Metering Software
(TMS), metering data is automatically collected to generate tenant account statements.
Intuitive for even the most novice PC users, TMS offers fully customizable billing periods
and rate structures providing the flexibility necessary to manage a wide range of tenants.
The Tenant Metering Software Export Tool also provides data integration with third party
billing services, to enable complete outsourcing of your utility billing activities.
Table 4.14:
Description
Tenant Metering Software (TMS)
Catalog No.
TMS
$ Price
2850.00
Enterprise Energy Management
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For comprehensive enterprise energy management, PowerLogic ION EEM is a solution that
cleanses and warehouses data from power monitoring and control systems, building and
process automation systems, utility information systems, weather services, spot-market
energy pricing feeds and enterprise business applications. Personalized, browser-based
dashboards and innovative visualization and modeling tools, then make the information
available to whomever needs it, so you can accurately monitor, validate, predict and control
energy-related expenses. For more details see ION EEM page 4-16.
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PowerLogic®
Submetering
New!
PowerLogic High Density Metering
High Density Metering (HDM) from Square D is engineered to answer the metering and
billing needs of multi-tenant properties:
Features and Benefits
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High Density Metering
factory assembled enclosure
for multi-tenant properties
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The HDM comes standard with the PowerLogic PM210 power meter. The PowerLogic PM710 is
available as an upgrade. Please consult the factory to discuss cabinets equipped with the
PowerLogic PM800 series meters.
Lockable, 16 gauge NEMA Type 1 enclosure provides tamper-resistant security.
NEMA Type 3R 12, 4 also available. Please consult factory.
Mounting channel and surface-mount flanges simplify installation.
Factory installed cover plates are included to cover empty meter spaces.
Factory installed wiring harness simplifies installation of additional meters and provides future
system expansion.
Each High Density Metering cabinet is provided with standard RS485 Modbus®, and optional
Modbus Ethernet TCP communications are available. For wireless communications, please consult
factory.
Available in the following configurations: 120/240 volt single phase, 120/208 volt and 240 volt three
phase, 277/480 volt and 480 volt three phase.
CTs required. Must select separately.
Table 4.15:
High Density Metering Cabinet Ordering Example: HDMPM2101211613
Category
HDM
Meter Series
PM210 or PM710
Voltage
12, 48
Phasing
1, 3
Enclosure Size
1, 4, 8, 16
# Meter
0-16
Category
Meter
Voltage
Phase
Enclosure
# Meters
12
1
16
13
Catalog No.
$ Price
HDM
PM210
Note: Complete part #: HDMPM2101211613
High Density Meter System includes:
8 meter configuration
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Enclosure
Power Meters, installed
Installation bulletin for Enclosure
Wall hanging bracket
Installation bulletin for Meters
Table 4.16:
Accessories and Options
Description
Auxiliary Wiring Harness for installation of additional meters (includes connectors and
shorting terminal blocks)
Cover plate for empty meter base
Water and Gas Meters
PowerLogic Tenant Metering Software (TMS)
50 Amp HDM Solid Core Current Transformer, 1.13” window size
100 Amp HDM Solid Core Current Transformer, 1.13” window size
125 Amp HDM Solid Core Current Transformer, 1.13” window size
150 Amp HDM Solid Core Current Transformer, 1.13” window size
200 Amp HDM Solid Core Current Transformer, 1.13” window size
HDMPMHKIT27
221.00
HDMCVRPLT
5.90
Consult factory for details
TMS
2850.00
HDMCT050S1
35.00
HDMCT100S1
35.00
HDMCT125S1
35.00
HDMCT150S1
35.00
HDMCT200S1
52.00
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Submetering
PowerLogic Energy Meter
The Energy Meter is ideal for stand-alone and systems-based submetering applications. It is easy to install and provides
exceptional metering accuracy. Available in Basic and Extended Range models. The Basic model is designed for metering
of 120/240 and 208Y/120 volt services. The Extended Range model will meter 120/240 volt up to 480 volt Wye connected
services. Extended Range meters come with pulse output and phase loss output not available on the Basic unit. Optional
Modbus® RS-485 serial communications are provided with the Energy Meter Comms Board, EMCB. Optional kW demand is
also provided by the EMCB.
Meter up to 3 individual services with one Energy Meter. The Energy Meter will allow the addition of up to 3 sets of parallel
CTs for metering multiple electric loads. Additional sets of CTs can be ordered separately. Please refer to the multiple CT
application notes in the Energy Meter instruction bulletin for the proper installation procedures.
Energy Meter
Energy Meter
Table 4.17:
Catalog No.
EMB1010
EMB1021
EMB1032
EMB2010
EMB2021
EMB2032
EMB2043
EMB2083
EMB3010
EMB3021
EMB3032
EMB3043
EMB3083
EMB3084
EMB3164
Table 4.18:
Table 4.19:
Basic 120/240 Volt, 208 Volt Wye
Description
Basic 100A, .518"x1.28" ID, 1 CT
Basic 200A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 1 CT
Basic 300A, .90"x1.90" ID, 1 CT
Basic 100A, .518"x1.28" ID, 2 CTs
Basic 200A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 2 CTs
Basic 300A, .90"x1.90" ID, 2 CTs
Basic 400A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 2 CTs
Basic 800A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 2 CTs
Basic 100A, .518"x1.28" ID, 3 CTs
Basic 200A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 3 CTs
Basic 300A, .90"x1.90" ID, 3 CTs
Basic 400A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 3 CTs
Basic 800A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 3 CTs
Basic 800A, 2.45"x5.50" ID, 3 CTs
Basic 1600A, 2.45"x5.50" ID, 3 CTs
$ Price
426.00
440.00
482.00
438.00
464.00
480.00
505.00
517.00
750.00
766.00
799.00
825.00
855.00
903.00
903.00
Catalog No.
EME1010
EME1021
EME1032
EME2010
EME2021
EME2032
EME2043
EME2083
EME3010
EME3021
EME3032
EME3043
EME3083
EME3084
EME3164
Table 4.20:
Additional CT Sets
Catalog No.
Description
$ Price
EMCT010
100 A, .518” x 1.28” ID, 1 CT
92.00
EMCT021
200 A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 1 CT
99.00
EMCT032
300 A, .90” x 1.90” ID, 1 CT
106.00
EMCT043
400 A, 2.45” x 2.89” ID, 1 CT
106.00
EMCT083
800 A, 2.45” x 2.89” ID, 1 CT
123.00
EMCT084
800 A, 2.45” x 5.50” ID, 1 CT
130.00
EMCT164
1600 A, 2.45” x 5.50” ID, 1 CT
130.00
Note: CT quantity and amperage must match meter model. Total of
combined loads must not exceed rating of meter. All additional CTs
shipped with 6 ft. white and black color-coded wire leads.
Extended Range 120-480 Volt Wye
Description
Extended Range 100A, .518"x1.28" ID, 1 CT
Extended Range 200A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 1 CT
Extended Range 300A, .90"x1.90" ID, 1 CT
Extended Range 100A,n.518"x1.28" ID, 2 CTs
Extended Range 200A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 2 CTs
Extended Range 300A, .90"x1.90" ID, 2 CTs
Extended Range 400A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 2 CTs
Extended Range 800A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 2 CTs
Extended Range 100A, .518"x1.28" ID, 3 CTs
Extended Range 200A, 0.75” x 1.10” ID, 3 CTs
Extended Range 300A, .90"x1.90" ID, 3 CTs
Extended Range 400A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 3 CTs
Extended Range 800A, 2.45"x2.89" ID, 3 CTs
Extended Range 800A, 2.45"x5.50" ID, 3 CTs
Extended Range 1600A, 2.45"x5.50" ID, 3 CTs
$ Price
471.00
483.00
518.00
511.00
536.00
550.00
567.00
585.00
811.00
829.00
864.00
880.00
921.00
971.00
971.00
Energy Meter Accessories
Catalog No.
Description
$ Price
EMCB
Energy Meter Communication Boarda
267.00
EMFP1
Energy Meter Fuse Pack, Set of 1
47.00
EMFP2
Energy Meter Fuse Pack, Set of 2
94.00
EMFP3
Energy Meter Fuse Pack, Set of 3
142.00
EMBOND
Energy Meter Bonding Kit
117.00
a
Energy Meter communication board (EMCB) can be used with all
models of the Energy Meter. Order one EMCB for each Energy Meter
where either kW demand and/or communication is specified.
PowerLogic Enercept® Meter
Enercept Meter
The Enercept Meter is the ideal solution for submetering electric loads where space is at a premium. The compact design
consists of three interconnected split-core CTs with the metering and communication electronics built into the CT housing.
Simply snap on the CTs, connect the voltage inputs, the communication lines, and installation is complete. Both versions
can be connected to either three-phase or single-phase circuits.
Enercept meters employ the Modbus® RTU 2-wire communication protocol, and can utilize the same communication
network and PowerLogic System Manager™ software as other PowerLogic devices. Data from the Enercept meters can be
presented in tabular or graphical format, used for alarming and historical logging and trending, and to produce reports.
Optional Enercept Display Interface acts as a stand-alone operator interface supporting up to 32 meters (63 with a repeater).
In addition, the EDI can act as a network adapter allowing Enercept meters to be incorporated into a 4-wire network. The
Enercept Network Adapter (ENA) is designed to act as a network adapter, allowing the Enercept meters to be integrated into
a PowerLogic 4-wire network. The ENA converts the signals from the 4-wire network to the 2-wire network, as well as
changing the parity between the two networks.
Table 4.21:
4
Catalog No.
3020B012b
3020B032b
3020B043b
3020B083b
3020B084b
3020B164b
3020B244b
3020E012
3020E032
3020E043
3020E083
3020E084
3020E164
3020E244
Enercept Meter
Table 4.22:
Description
Basic 100A, 1.25" x 1.51" ID
Basic 300A, 1.25" x 1.51" ID
Basic 400A, 2.45" x 2.89" ID
Basic 800A, 2.45" x 2.89" ID
Basic 800A, 2.45" x 5.50" ID
Basic 1600A, 2.45" x 5.50" ID
Basic 2400A, 2.45" x 5.50" ID
Enhanced 100A, 1.25" x 1.51" ID
Enhanced 300A, 1.25" x 1.51" ID
Enhanced 400A, 2.45" x 2.89" ID
Enhanced 800A, 2.45" x 2.89" ID
Enhanced 800A, 2.45" x 5.50" ID
Enhanced 1600A, 2.45" x 5.50" ID
Enhanced 2400A, 2.45" x 5.50" ID
$ Price
776.00
800.00
823.00
847.00
869.00
893.00
916.00
1035.00
1066.00
1097.00
1128.00
1159.00
1190.00
1221.00
Catalog No.
ENA485
EDI32
2W485C
EMBK-3
PS24
Table 4.23:
Accessories
Description
Enercept Network Adapter
Enercept Display Interface
2-Wire 232-485 Conv
Enercept Mounting Brackets (Set of 3)
24Vdc Power Supply (for use with EDI or ENA)
$ Price
471.00
1338.00
78.00
75. 00
157.00
Enercept Metering Quantities
Basicb
kWh, energy usage
kW, real power
Enhanced•
kWh, kW per phase and total, min kW, max kW, kWd,
kVAR, kVA, PF per phase and total voltage- V, L-L, L-N
per phase and avg. Current - A, per phase and average
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CONTROL
PowerLogic Split Core Current Transformers-Instrument Grade 5 Amp Split-Core Current Transformers
SA Split-Core Current
Transformers
The 3090 SCCT series of split-core current transformers provide secondary amperage proportional to the primary (sensed)
current. For use with Circuit Monitors, Power Meters, data loggers, chart recorders and other instruments the 3090 SCCT
series provides a cost-effective means to transform electrical service amperages to a 0-5A level compatible with monitoring
equipment.
Note: Max. Voltage without additional insulation 600Vac. Do
Table 4.24:
not apply 600V Class current transformers to circuits having
Catalog No.
Description
$ Price
a phase-to-phase voltage greater than 600V, unless
adequate additional insulation is applied between the
3090SCCT022 Split Core CT - 200A (sz.2): 1.25" x 1.51
120.00
3090SCCT032 Split Core CT - 300A (sz.2): 1.25" x 1.51
120.00
primary conductor and the current transformers. Square D
3090SCCT043 Split Core CT - 400A (sz.3): 2.45" x 2.89
129.00
assumes no responsibility for damage of equipment or
3090SCCT063 Split Core CT - 600A (sz.3): 2.45" x 2.89
129.00
personal injury caused by transformers operated on circuits
3090SCCT083 Split Core CT - 800A (sz.3): 2.45" x 2.89
129.00
3090SCCT124 Split Core CT - 1200A (sz.4): 2.45" x 5.50
160.00
above their published ratings.
3090SCCT164 Split Core CT - 1600A (sz.4): 2.45" x 5.50
3090SCCT204b Split Core CT - 2000A (sz.4): 2.45" x 5.50
b
See Handout / Instruction Bulletin for derating properties
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Discount
Schedule
165.00
165.00
Modified
10/4/07
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PowerLogic®
Submetering
New!
Class 3030
PowerLogic Branch Current Monitor
The branch current monitoring system provides a cost-effective solution for electrical load management making it
ideally suited for applications where load capacity requirements are dynamic, such as power distribution units (PDUs)
for the data center industry or in any location where monitoring individual electrical loads is critical.
The Branch Current Monitor reports the current level of each of the breakers of a panelboard to provide timely circuit
loading information. In addition, as the circuit load approaches one of two user set levels, an alarm can be generated
back to the monitoring software such as PowerLogic System Manager Software.
Four models of the Branch Current Monitor are available. The BCM42 consists of rail mounted solid-core CTs intended
for mounting inside new panelboards or complete panel retrofits. The BCM42SR is designed to fit into a column width
panel design. The BCMSC model is made up of split-core CTs that are an ideal solution for retrofit applications in
existing panelboards. The BCMSC _ _ H is a 100 Amp version of the split core design.
BCM42
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 32 BCMs can be daisy chained on one Modbus RS485 string for easy networking capability.
One BCM42 provides current levels on each circuit of a 42 circuit NQOD panelboard.
Split-core CTs are perfect for quick installation on critical load applications that can't be powered down.
Provides Modbus registers for current limit alarms to help prevent overload breaker trips.
Integrates to an optional network display for local indication.
Table 4.25:
Typical BCMSC
panelboard installation
Catalog No.
Description
BCM42
Branch Circuit Monitor 42 circuits, 3/4” center line CT spacing, 10-50 Amp range, configurable
BCM42C1
Branch Circuit Monitor 42 circuits, 1” center line CT spacing, 10-50 Amp range, configurable
BCM42SR
Branch Circuit Monitor, single row, 3/4” on center CTs
BCM42SRC1
Branch Circuit Monitor, single row, 1” on center CTs
BCMSC12
Branch Circuit Monitor, split core, 12 CTs
BCMSC18
Branch Circuit Monitor, split core, 18 CTs
BCMSC24
Branch Circuit Monitor, split core, 24 CTs
BCMSC30
Branch Circuit Monitor, split core, 30 CTs
BCMSC42
Branch Circuit Monitor, split core, 42 CTs
BCMSC12H
Branch Circuit Monitor, 100A split core, 12 CTs
BCMSC24H
Branch Circuit Monitor, 100A split core, 24 CTs
BCMSC42H
Branch Circuit Monitor, 100 split core, 42 CTs
Note: CT hole size accommodates up to #6 THHN insulated conductors
$ Price
2350.00
2350.00
2950.00
2950.00
1975.00
1975.00
2350.00
2750.00
3250.00
2225.00
3300.00
4950.00
PowerLogic Multi-Circuit Meter
3-phase, 4-wire
(with neutral current wiring)
The MCM8364 is an OEM style multi-circuit meter based on the same functionality as the PowerLogic Enclosed MultiCircuit Meter. Designed for OEM style placement in electrical distribution equipment the MCM8364 is configurable to
meter 1 or 3 phases of up to eight individual loads, six loads if neutral monitoring is required. The MCM will monitor up
to 10,000 amps per service using standard 5 Amp CTs. All of the metered circuits must share a common voltage
source. The MCM8364 is a great solution for monitoring critical power distribution equipment and provides 24 different
electrical metering quantities plus an additional nine Modbus register alarms.
With one RS-485 connection, the multi-circuit meter provides Modbus RTU communications output that communicates
to each individual metered circuit. Up to 30 multi-circuit meters can be addressed on the same Modbus network. The
multi-circuit meter can provide warnings to the central monitoring computer via its Modbus output using the MNode
software provided or can be integrated into PowerLogic SMS software. The MCM also works with the submeter display
as shown below.
Electrical Data:
Energy Consumption (kWHr), Real Power (kW), Reactive Power (kVAR), Apparent Power (kVA), Power Factor Total,
Voltage, L-L, avg. of 3 phases, Voltage, L-N, avg. of 3 phases, Current, average of 3 phases, Real Power (kW) phase
A, B, & C, Power Factor, phase A, B,&C, Line to Line Voltage, phase A-B, B-C, A-C, Line to Neutral Voltage, phase AN, B-N, C-N, Current, phase A, B, & C, Frequency (measured from phase A) (Hz).
Modbus Alarms:
Over Voltage, Under Voltage, Over Current, Under Current, Over kVA, Under kVA, Phase Loss A, Phase Loss B,
Phase Loss C
Table 4.26:
Catalog No.
MCM8364
Description
Multi-Circuit Meter 8364
$ Price
1863.00
The PowerLogic Submeter Display (SMD) is a comprehensive electrical submetering display that provides a view of
electrical parameters from multiple metering products with one networked LCD. In addition to viewing system data on
the display itself, you can also view data on a remote PC via a network connection. Touch pad buttons provide a
convenient way to view downstream devices on the power-monitoring network. The display is RS-485 Modbus RTU
compatible. It has additional RS-485 and RS-232 Modbus ports for networking to additional displays or to a master PC.
The submeter display is compatible with the following metering devices: BCM, MCM, & Enercept® meters.
Table 4.27:
Catalog No.
SMD
SMD OEM
Description
Submeter display mounted in enclosure
OEM style submeter display, no enclosure
$ Price
725.00
595.00
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Submeter Display
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PowerLogic Submeter Display
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PowerLogic®
ION EEM Enterprise Energy Management Software
New!
PowerLogic ION EEM is a complete enterprise
energy management solution that unites
business and energy strategies across your
entire enterprise by unifying and extending the
benefits of your existing energy-related data
resources. Stakeholders from management to
operations will be empowered by actionable
energy intelligence to reveal opportunities,
isolate problems and drive cost and risk
reduction strategies.
Personalized dashboards
help management and
operations personnel
monitor all aspects of
energy use and respond to
opportunities or threats.
PowerLogic ION EEM automatically acquires
data from power monitoring and control
systems, building and process automation
systems, utility information systems, weather
services, spot-market energy pricing feeds, and
enterprise business applications, cleanses and
warehouses it. Personalized, browser-based
dashboards and innovative visualization and
modeling tools then make the information
available to whomever needs it, so you can
accurately monitor, validate, predict and control
energy-related expenses.
From operational cost reductions to procurement support through cost allocation, benchmarking and budgeting, key
performance indicators and advanced analytics, PowerLogic ION EEM helps you manage energy in financial terms. It
also helps you gain unique insight into the impacts of power quality on your business and all energy assets. From the
service entrance to the boardroom, PowerLogic ION EEM software allows energy to be managed as a variable cost.
Key features
Produce aggregate billing,
load profile, cost allocation,
power quality, forecasting or
budget reports to help inform
stakeholders and track
results against goals.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
True enterprise-level software architecture: data quality assurance, data warehouse, web framework
Web portal: personalized dashboards, key performance indicators, charts, trends, real-time conditions
Reporting: rich and customized content, support for complex data and graphics, scheduled distribution
Trending: advanced visualization, dimensional analysis, prediction, statistical rollups
Modeling: regression analysis, normalization, correlation, integration of all relevant drivers and contextual data
Billing: built-in rate engine and rate wizard
Power quality analysis: wide-area event monitoring, classification, filtering, correlation
Alarms and events: triggering on complex conditions, notification, logging
Integration: meters and other devices, weather and pricing feeds, other enterprise applications (e.g. BAC, ERP)
Typical applications
Use advanced billing
functions to support energy
procurement and manage
load or generation assets in
response to curtailment or
pricing signals.
4
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Monitor power quality risk
factors, benchmark
performance, determine
impacts, validate contract
compliance, isolate problem
sources, and confirm your
return-on-investment.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Manage all utilities (electricity, gas, water, etc.) and emissions through a single, unified interface
Benchmark facility performance across an entire enterprise to identify energy inefficiencies
Measure and verify savings from energy conservation projects or performance contracts
Reduce operational costs, improve processes, and prolong asset life
Meet corporate environmental stewardship goals or mandated impact targets
Manage demand control schemes, load shedding, peak shaving, base loading or on-site generation
Enable participation in real-time pricing and load curtailment programs
Optimize procurement by forecasting and budgeting for energy needs and comparing utility rates
Identify utility billing errors and validate contract compliance
Allocate and recover utilities costs from tenants, departments, processes, etc.
Maximize the use of existing infrastructure capacity and avoid overbuilding
Identify and reduce risks to uptime
Data presentment tier
Web portal delivers enterprise-wide access
through personalized dashboards, reports,
detailed analytics, and integration of views
from third-party systems. Information and
alerts via cell phone, PDA, pager and more.
Business applications tier
Standard and optional modules tailor
functionality to specific needs. Advanced
analytics and reporting on every driver and
relationship affecting energy cost and
reliability.
Data management tier
Integration of data from many sources: power
monitoring and control systems (PowerLogic or
third party), utility metering systems (water, air,
gas etc.), Internet weather, real-time energy
pricing feeds, manual input, energy assets
(power distribution and reliability equipment,
generators), line-of-business systems (BAC,
DCS, ERP, EAM, accounting). Data quality
module assures complete and reliable data
from all inputs.
For price and ordering information, contact your local PowerLogic Sales Specialist or PowerLogic
Inside Sales at 1-866-466-7627.
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PowerLogic®
Solutions for Utilities
New!
PowerLogic Solutions for Utilities
Square D® PowerLogic delivers complete, cutting-edge web-enabled solutions for many of
the utility industry's most demanding metering, billing and information management
challenges. For many years, regulated utilities, ESCOs and deregulated energy providers
have utilized our proven, scalable meters and software to obtain the accurate, real-time
information they need to meet their organization's business goals.
Cost-effective PowerLogic systems enable energy providers to:
•
•
•
•
•
Maximize competitiveness, increase reliability, streamline operations, and improve service
Manage wholesale energy transactions across wide geographical areas
Provide value-added services that enhance customer relationships
Improve revenue metering, billing accuracy and ensure and report on regulatory compliance
Provide key personnel with energy information to make analytical and strategic business decisions,
optimize distribution assets, and profit from free market opportunities
PowerLogic's advanced revenue meters are high quality, flexible and scalable devices that
offer a combination of capabilities unmatched in the industry. Whether integrated with thirdparty systems or combined with compatible PowerLogic software, Square D can help
utilities address:
•
With the flexibility of ION technology, multiple form factors,
extensive I/O, and an unmatched feature set, the
PowerLogic ION8600 is a powerful device in substation
automation, SCADA, and billing applications.
•
•
•
•
Transmission grid and revenue metering
PowerLogic provides high-accuracy meter information for grid-wide billing applications and offers
MV-90 support and integration into SCADA.
Substation monitoring
A PowerLogic solution provides the tools to protect valuable equipment from faults, disturbances,
and overloading.
Power quality analysis
Waveform recording, transient detection, sag/swell, symmetrical components and many more
additional capabilities are available when combined with PowerLogic ION Enterprise software.
Service entrance metering
The PowerLogic ION8600 billing meter can be used to manage electricity contracts for energy
suppliers and consumers, plus web reporting, sub-metering services, load management and much
more.
Demand response and load curtailment
PowerLogic meters and software can also be used as part of a demand response/load curtailment
system.
Square D PowerLogic utility solutions resist obsolescence and are engineered to provide
fast payback and easy scalability so you can add metering points and communications
channels as your organization evolves.
Multi-port, (serial, optical, internal modem, Ethernet) plus
multi-protocol communications (Modbus RTU, Master,
Slave, DNP 3.0, Modbus TCP) and a unique gateway
capability provide industry leading integration capability
4
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Analyze data from across your grid
and immediately and share it with
utility personnel, grid operators, or
energy consumers.
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PowerLogic®
PowerLogic Energy Profiler Online
New!
PowerLogic Energy Profiler Online (EPO) is a web-hosted service that is the industry's
foremost load data visualization and analysis application. This flexible, easy to use system
turns customer usage data into actionable information, freely accessible to all customers
and internal users. For commercial and industrial energy customers, managing energy
costs is the primary objective, but they can’t control what they can’t measure. EPO enables
energy customers to take control of their costs by providing the information they need to
understand how their organization uses energy. They can then take steps to reduce costs
by implementing conservation measures, investing in more efficient equipment, or
participating in new pricing or load curtailment programs.
Bill estimates provide valuable information for budgeting
and forecasting
For the utility, EPO provides an intuitive, easy-to-maintain tool for better understanding
customer usage patterns and meeting customers’ growing need for information. It also
provides a convenient platform from which to administer real-time pricing (RTP) or load
curtailment programs. EPO's instinctive online functionality gives first-time users an
extremely short learning curve, while its powerful configuration options address the needs
of more sophisticated users. The service is available to users at their convenience, 24/7,
and regular updates ensure that customers get the most current information.
Key features:
Applications:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
-
Data access and analysis
Automated reporting
Estimated bills and rate comparisons
Demand response and curtailment programs
RTP programs
Alarming
Administration tool
•
•
Energy load analysis
Energy budgeting and bill forecasting
Demand response and load curtailment
program management
Real-time pricing program management
EPO's Real-Time Pricing module lets users
see interval data for accounts with future
pricing information, and multiply that data
against a price stream.
-
For price & ordering information, contact your local PowerLogic Sales Specialist or
PowerLogic Inside Sales at 1-866-466-7627.
Comparison statistics display
PowerLogic Instrument Transformer Services
Current transformer reclassification and verification applications
Accuracy is vital to revenue metering, as large amounts of energy and money flow between
market participants on the power grid. The industry has well established standards in place so
that accurate billing occurs at key interconnection points on the grid. But there's a blind spot in
legacy testing procedures. Current transformers and potential transformers are tested in a lab
prior to installation — but never in the field. The metering industry must ask, “Why do we not
check and verify the accuracy of CTs after they have been installed in the field?”
Typical comparison graph showing time of usage
Our answer: verify CTs live.
The CT Verification service allows a utility to:
•
•
•
•
Verify performance of metering class CTs
Check the end-to-end accuracy of metering systems at key interconnection points
on the grid
Ensure metering system complies with industry standard accuracy requirements
Verifies CTs while the system is live, to avoid system interruptions
4
Interconnections on the power grid require high accuracy revenue metering systems that
include instrument transformers. Industry standards mandate that meters are periodically
verified - this meter is the cash register for all transactions. The PowerLogic Current
Transformer Verification service lets the utility test CTs while the high or medium voltage
system is still operational. Obtain verification that the metering system is in fact meeting
industry standards for accuracy without causing interruption to the system.
Current transformer reclassification and verification services are ideal for:
Primary Sensor
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
•
•
•
•
Transmission utilities
Distribution utilities
Generation plants
Independent system operators
This CT Verification service lets customers use existing infrastructure with confidence and
documented accuracy, and helps customers assess the need to upgrade their
metering system.
For price and ordering information, contact your local PowerLogic Sales Specialist or
PowerLogic Inside Sales at 1-866-466-7627.
ITS application
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PowerLogic®
Web-Enabled Network Components
New!
Class 3030
Communications for high-speed access to critical information
From a single building to a multi-site enterprise, PowerLogic Web-Enabled Network
Components provide fast, reliable serial line to Ethernet connectivity in the most demanding
applications:
•
•
•
•
EGX100 Ethernet
Gateway
Energy management
Power distribution
Building automation
Factory automation
PowerLogic Ethernet Gateways are available in two models-EGX100 and EGX400 providing direct connection to Ethernet-Modbus®/TCP networks to make energy and power
monitoring information available over local and wide area networks.
•
•
The EGX100 provides low-cost, reliable, Ethernet to serial-line connectivity in a compact, DIN-rail
mounted package. Enabled by Power over Ethernet (PoE IEEE 802.3af), the EGX100 simplifies
installation by eliminating the need for power supplies plus provides a Web-based interface for
configuration and diagnostics.
The EGX400 has two serial ports providing Ethernet access to 64 serial devices (more with
repeaters) and includes the ability to e-mail historical data plus provide browser-based access to
real-time and historical interval data logging/trending information allowing electrical distribution
systems to be better managed by utilizing Ethernet and Internet technologies.
Advantages
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EGX100 lets the Administrator assign access to
setup pages by user groups
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Easy to setup—No special software required. Configuration via Microsoft Internet Explorer or
Hyperterminal.
Easy to troubleshoot—Detailed diagnostics for communication ports through a
Web interface.
Easy to maintain—Field upgradable firmware lets you add new features while reducing costly
downtime.
Secure-Customizable, password-protected access to configuration.
Cost-effective, high-speed communications—Use existing LAN infrastructure to reduce
communications wiring and network management costs.
Open platform provides broad connectivity—Modbus TCP/IP over Ethernet allows transparent
access via intranet/internet. Each gateway supports up to 32 Modbus or PowerLogic protocol
devices.
Subnet initiated communications—The gateway supports a slave mode for connecting a serial-line
based system to Ethernet. For example, a building management system with a Modbus serial
interface can route to 16 remote Modbus TCP/IP interfaces supporting up to 128 serial-line devices.
Extended temperature range— -25 to 70°C enables operation in harsh environments.
Table 4.28:
Built in tabs provide easy
DIN rail mounting solution.
EGX100
Type
950.00
Control Power
24Vdc Power Supply
Power Over Ethernet
EGX400
$ Price
x
x
2460.00
x
Protocols
Ethernet: HTTP, FTP, Modbus TCP/IP, SMTP, SNMP (MIB2), SNTP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, ARP
Serial: Modbus RTU, Modbus ASCII (EGX100 only), JBUS, PowerLogic (SY/MAX)
Integral web server
Web page generation tool
Maintenance/diagnostics
Gateway administration setup
Comprehensive meter reading
Interval logging/trends
User defined custom pages
EGX400 Ethernet Gateway offers you a “window” into your
power equipment
Historical Data Logging
Interval data
File transfer on scheduled basis
Export to Excel via web query
Manual FTP
1
1
x
x
x
1
1
1
1
x
x
x
x
32 devices
x
x
email
x
x
PowerLogic Web Page Generator
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The PowerLogic Web Page Generator (WPG) creates and downloads application specific
web pages to PowerLogic Ethernet gateways (EGX100 / EGX400, ECC21) with minimal
user intervention. The user simply identifies the serial devices connected to the Ethernet
gateway in this wizard-based software utility. The utility takes care of the rest. This utility is
available for download from www.powerlogic.com.
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Ports
Serial: RS485
Serial: RS232/485 configurable
Ethernet UTP (10/100)
Fiber (100Mb)
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PL1
Discount
Schedule
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PowerLogic®
Engineering Services
New!
Consulting & Analysis
Power System Engineering
Square D's Power Systems Engineering team offers a wide range of engineering services to improve the safety,
efficiency and reliability of your power distribution system. The team is comprised of registered, professional engineers,
safety trained and equipped, to perform a variety of engineering functions, such as power system design, testing,
troubleshooting, and analysis.
Arc Flash Analysis
Square D offers on-site services to perform arc flash analysis for a facility, complex, office, or campus. An Arc flash
analysis is used to determine …
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Flash Protection Boundary
Incident Energy Value
Hazard/Risk Category
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Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Low cost arc flash reduction methods
Features of Square D's arc flash analysis offerings include…
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Time current coordination analysis showing both existing and recommended over-current device settings
Short-circuit study to ensure adequacy of equipment
Onsite verification and documentation of equipment
Arc flash labels (populated with the results of the arc flash analysis)
Arc flash label affixation
NFPA 70E—Safe Workplace Practices Training provided by OSHA authorized outreach instructors
Recommendations and solutions to reduce potential arc flash hazards
Power System Studies
The Square D Power System Engineering Team provides expertise for a variety of electrical power system studies.
Some of the more common system studies include…
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Short-circuit analysis
Time-current coordination
Motor starting/voltage drop
Motor starting/torque-speed
Arc flash analysis
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Safe motor re-energization
Harmonic analysis
Transient analysis
Power factor correction analysis
Other system specific analysis
Power System Assessment
Square D offers engineering services to address a variety of power system needs …
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Basic codes and standards compliance
Protective coordination assessment
Maintenance program review
Recommendations for power system optimization
Power quality troubleshooting and analysis
Power factor and harmonics analysis
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Electrical safety hazards
Short-circuit withstand overview
Single-line documentation of power system
Power monitoring recommendations
Loading measurements
Power Quality Studies
Square D offers onsite power quality engineering studies and solutions to eliminate process disruptions, power system
shutdowns, and equipment damage due to electrical power system disturbances. A power quality study is used to..
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Determine compliance with the IEEE 519-Recommended Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electrical
Power Systems guidelines
Identify most cost-effective solution to power quality problems
Solve process disruptions due to power disturbances
Reduce economic effects of poor power quality
Identify disturbances originating on electric utility system and improvements to reduce the number and severity
Load Studies
Square D offers onsite services to perform loading studies for your electrical distribution system. Load studies are used to...
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Evaluate power management and loading levels of electrical circuits
Determine adequacy of circuit to serve sensitive loads
Record power measurements on key circuits, including loading, power factor, voltage and current parameters
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Power System Design
Square D offers engineering services to address a variety of power system needs …
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New equipment installation
Existing equipment modification
Ground Fault Schemes for multiple source distribution systems
High Resistance Grounding (HRG) Conversion
Automatic Transfer Control Schemes & Generator Operations
Square D professional engineers - safety trained and equipped - will listen to your concerns and goals, define the
problem or enhancement, and engineer the solution that best satisfies your needs.
For additional information on power system engineering services and pricing, contact your nearest
Square D/Schneider Electric service district.
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PowerLogic®
Engineering Services
New!
Total Energy Control
With a comprehensive energy strategy, escalating energy prices don't have to be a
roadblock to industrial growth. As part of Square D / Schneider Electric’s Energy Edge
portfolio that targets improving energy efficiency, Total Energy Control is a consultative
service consisting of our Professional Engineers and Certified Energy Managers who work
with you to ensure the success of your energy strategy. With the development of an Energy
Action Plan tailored for your site, we evaluate your total energy picture addressing:
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Utility Analysis - Evaluating both the commodity supply side and the demand side areas
of the operation
Supply Management –Forecasting and making adjustments to reflect current conditions
Demand Side Usage – Profiling facility loads and consumption patterns
Opportunity Identification / Prioritization - Projects that make sense today and those that should
be considered in the future as energy prices change
Project Implementation - Client can choose which projects to implement or Square D can provide
turn-key implementation
On-Going Accountability - Accountable along with you for the ongoing success of your
energy plan
We’re confident that together, we will reduce the total cost of energy at your facility. Take
the logical next step in energy efficiency with the most trusted name in the power industry
for over 100 years.
Power System Automation
Avoid high energy cost associated with peak demands
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Reduce loading requirements to match generator supply
Shed non-essential loads while maintaining critical processes and lighting requirements
Retrofit existing generator equipment for peak shaving
Generate revenue possibilities, export power to the utility during peak periods
Verify generator performance and ATS status
Record Sequence of Events to 1 ms for root cause analysis
Automate existing equipment to seek the utility source, control breakers, and keep the
electrical system operational
Table 4.29:
Utility Cost Reduction
PowerLogic Engineers provide graphic solutions
for realtime monitoring of power systems.
Power System Reliability
LOAD CONTROL SYSTEMS
Load shedding and sequencing
EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS (EPSS)
Automatic Generator testing and report generation
GENERATOR CONTROL
Peak shaving
Import/export
• Load following (utility base loading)
• Generator base loading
ATO (Automatic Throw Over) SYSTEMS
Utility to Utility
• Main-Tie-Main
• Main-Main
• Open and closed transition
Utility to Generator
• Basic ATS control with breakers
• Momentary Closed Transition
• Extended Closed Transition (ramped load control)
• Maintained Parallel Operation (Import/Export Control)
ENERGY BILLING & COST ALLOACTION
LOAD PRESERVATION SYSTEMS
High speed load shed
Pre-armed load shed schemes
LIGHTING CONTROLS
SEQUENCE OF EVENTS RECORDING (SER)
GPS Time synchronization of events
For additional information, contact your nearest Square D / Schneider Electric
service district.
System Integration
System Design and Bill of Material Recommendations
Power Monitoring and Control
WAGES (Water, Air, Gas, Electric, Steam)
Enterprise web-based monitoring
Specification development, drawings, documentation
Enclosure panel design and build
Metering Connection Verification/Testing
Power distribution automation
On-Site Installation Assistance, Component Configuration & Startup
Turn-key project management
Third Party Device and communication interfaces
Configured Workstations, User Software Interfaces
Interactive Graphic Design to mimic facility layout, one-lines, equipment status
Custom Software, Reports & Applications – Billing and Paging
For additional information, contact your nearest Square D / Schneider Electric
service district.
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PowerLogic Engineers design power
control systems that meet your
operational requirements.
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POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
PowerLogic Engineers specialize in the
design and setup of Emergency Power
Supply Systems (EPSS).
Power Management Services provides a complete range of design and operational
services including specifying, developing, installing, commissioning, supporting and training
users of power monitoring and control systems and remote power switching systems.
Engineers maintain expertise in many areas such as communications, personal computers,
protective relaying, automatic control systems and programmable controllers.
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PowerLogic®
Engineering Services
New!
Factory Assembled Enclosures
PMO Engineering Services provides a variety of factory assembled enclosures designed for
a wide range of power monitoring and control applications. Professional workmanship and
layout offer speed and flexibility during installation. Factory tested, pre-wired enclosures
with well marked terminals help avoid wiring errors and needless troubleshooting during
installation.
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Assemblies include meters & devices wired to terminal blocks, disconnects and shorting blocks
Tailored to any system voltage :
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—
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120/208V, 277/480V & 347/600V Wye
240V, 480V & 600V Delta
Utilization of PT's required for higher voltage levels
Wall mountable and easy to install using concealed holes in the back of the enclosure.
Complete with necessary documentation and mounting hardware for quick and easy installation
Carbon steel construction, with industry standard ANSI 61 gray powder coat finish
Equipped with concealed hinged door, and universal pad-lockable latch.
Custom engraved nameplates available for all units.
Table 4.30:
Industrial Enclosure Types 12, & 4, UL & CUL 508A Listed
Available Meter Types
PM 210 & 710
PM 820, 850 & 870
CM 3250 & 3350
CM 4250 & 4000T
ION 6200
ION 7300, 7330 & 7350
ION 7550 & 7650
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Digital Inputs
N/A
Up to 11 / Meter
Up to 4 / Meter
Up to 8 / Meter
N/A
Up to 4 / Meter
Up to 16 / Meter
Digital Outputs
N/A
Up to 7 / Meter
Up to 5 / Meter
Up to 7 / Meter
Up to 2 / Meter
Up to 4 / Meter
Up to 7 / Meter
Analog Inputs
N/A
Up to 2 / Meter
N/A
Up to 1 / Meter
N/A
Up to 4 / Meter
Up to 4 / Meter
Analog Outputs
N/A
Up to 2 / Meter
N/A
Up to 1 / Meter
N/A
Up to 4 / Meter
Up to 4 / Meter
Supports Single or Multiple Voltage Sources for Indoor (Type 12) & Outdoor (Type 4) applications
Available with 1 - 4 meters per panel. Serial & Ethernet Communications are options for all units
EGX & ION RTU Communication Enclosures with 1-4 devices per panel also available
Commercial Enclosure Type 1, UL & CUL 508A Listed
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Available for the following meter types: PM210, PM710, PM820, and ION6200
Supports Single Voltage Source only for Indoor (Type 1) applications.
Available with 1 - 12 meters per panel. Serial Communications are standard for all units.
No Digital or Analog I/O is available for this option.
Industrial/Utility Socket Enclosure Type 3R, UL & CUL 508A Listed
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Available for ION8600 only, with up to 3 Digital Inputs and 4 Digital Outputs
Supports Single Voltage Source only for Indoor & Outdoor (Type 3R) applications.
Units are Ring Type with removable cover.
Available with 1 meter per panel. Serial & Ethernet Communications options available.
Supports Form 9S, 35S, 36S, 39S and 76S configurations.
Options available for remote mounted CTs
Options available for integrated, bar type CTs
Optional Test Switch.
Additional engineered to order products are available for a wide variety of
custom applications.
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Touch Screen, PC & Server Cabinets
Generator Control Panels
PLC Controls & I/O Status Panels
Retrofit Mechanical Meter Draw Out Cradles with PM and ION Digital Meters
Communication & Gateway Panels
Switchgear Automatic Transfer Control Panels
Water, Air, Gas & Steam (WAGES) Panels
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For additional information and pricing please contact your local PowerLogic sales
specialist or PowerLogic Inside Sales Support at 1-866-466-7627. Enclosure pricing
and literature available for download on our website at
www.powerlogic.com/products/enclosures.
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CONTROL
To better serve you please have the following information on hand when calling.
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Enclosure type (Indoor or Outdoor) and Environment details (Corrosive or Non-Corrosive)
Power System Voltage Level and Type (Wye, Delta, or Single Phase)
Meter Type and Quantity or Device Type and Quantity per enclosure
Digital & Analog Input and Output requirements
Ethernet and Serial Communication Requirements
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PowerLogic®
New!
Engineering Services
Technical Support
There are several ways to receive top quality support on PowerLogic and ION® products:
Priority Support: Excellent Service, Free Software Upgrades, Training
Discounts & More!
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Latest PowerLogic and ION software upgrades to ensure up-to-date
systems
Direct access to expertise for quick issue resolution
More efficient PowerLogic and ION system utilization
Higher reliability
Improved productivity and personal efficiency on the job
Premium Support: Priority + Proactive System Checks +
Sr. Technician Assigned to your site
Remote eServices for PowerLogic and ION
Let expert Square D technicians ensure high-quality performance in
your PowerLogic or ION system by performing remote, online services
through our secure WEB EX Portal. Services include …
Choose Premium Support when you need to . . .
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Enhance your PowerLogic or ION system's operation with single-sourced
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pro-active problem identification, solutions recommendations and change
•
management skills
Partner with technical experts who help coordinate support, provide hands•
on assistance, and share knowledge and know-how with you
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Obtain personalized services tailored to your business environment
and objectives
Take advantage of remote software upgrade capabilities
Anticipate and communicate necessary change
Installations, upgrades, & software patches
System device setup & configuration along with alarming &
historical trending
Graphical Screen Development
Remote, Online System Maintenance
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Software Updates - Patches & Upgrades
PC Checks - Hard Disk Space, Network & DB Configurations,
Viruses, etc.
PowerLogic or ION Software Checks - Communications, Data
Logging, & Task Execution
E-mailing system scorecard & maintenance recommendations
One-on-one training on system software features
Power Quality (PQ) & Energy Usage Analysis
For additional information and pricing, contact:
Tech Support Contract Services
295 Tech Park Drive, Suite 100, LaVergne, TN 37086
Phone: 615-287-3332
Fax 615-287-3404
Email: [email protected]
Power Management University
Our training centers offer a variety of training courses designed to improve your total energy management skills. Our instructor led courses are 70%
hands-on, with each student having their own lab workstation. We have two main training centers located in Nashville, TN and Victoria, BC and
offer training at a variety of Square D sites across the US and Canada. For more information about how and where we can meet your training
needs please call 1-615-287-3304.
Table 4.31:
Course
Course No.
$ Tuition
3000PLUC120CR
3000PLUC100CR
350.00
750.00
3000PLUC200
3000PLUC205
3000PLUC100
3000PLUC300
2150.00
2450.00
1950.00
2150.00
3000PLUC140
3000PLUC230
3000PLUC190
3000PLUC195
3000PLUCSite
1400.00
1400.00
1200.00
1500.00
By Quote
ION Systems
Core Classes
ION Enterprise Fundamentals
ION Enterprise Programmer
ION Enterprise Administrator
ION Enterprise Overview
ION Program Overview
Customer Site Training
ION Enterprise Refresher
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All Rights Reserved
3000PMUFUND
3000PMUPROG
3000PMUADMIN
3000PMUCION
3000PMUCPROG
3000PMUSITE
3000PMUREFRESH
PL1T
Discount
Schedule
2150.00
2150.00
2150.00
1200.00
1600.00
By Quote
1800.00
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Correspondence Courses
PowerLogic Fundamentals
PowerLogic System Installation & Troubleshooting
Core Classes
Comprehensive PowerLogic Systems
Comprehensive PowerLogic Systems Bundle (Includes 3000PLUC120CR)
PowerLogic System Installation & Troubleshooting
SMS Administrator
Target Application Courses
Critical Power and Power Quality
Energy Management with Advanced Reporting
Regional SMS Overview
Regional SMS Overview Bundle (Includes 3000PLUC120CR)
Customer Site Training
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80, 40, and 20 Series
Sepam Series 80 Relay Features
The Sepam family of digital protection units, Series 20, 40
and 80, is the newest generation of Sepam relay, a time
tested product with a 20-year worldwide history. Modular
relay design allows quick and easy future upgrades to
communications, digital I/O, analog output or temperature
acquisition. The 64x128 bit, graphic LCD display and
keypad permit basic relay setting of Series 20 and 40
without a PC. Comprehensive self-testing provides
assurance of readiness to protect. The Sepam family also
has exceptional withstand to environmental
electromagnetic disturbances. An optional 128 x 240 LCD
display can show one-line or electrical vectors.
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Table 4.32:
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Criteria
Network
structure
Series 40 or 20
Advanced Display
(A Suffix)
Grounding
system
Protection
Series 80 Pro
Display
(P Suffix)
Capacitor Bank
Bus
Generator
Motor
Quick Select Guide
Feeder or main
(Substation)
Series 80
Advanced Display
(A Suffix)
Digital Protective Relay
New!
Transformer
Sepam Series
Voltage/frequency
(27/59/81)
ROCOF (81R)
Advanced Fdr/Main[Transf]
[Motor][Gen]
Thermal overload (49)cable
Thermal O/L
(49)- capacitor bank
Differential (87T)
Machine
differential (87M)
Machinetransformer unit differential
4
I
V, f
I, V, f, P, E
Metering
I, V, V, f, P, E
I, I, V, F, P, E
THD-I, THD-V
<8 RTDs of same type
Temperature
> 8 RTDs (< 16) or 2 types
of RTDs
< 10 I / 8 O
I/Os
> 10 I / 8 O and < 42 I / 23 O
Control matrix
Program logic Logic equation editor
customization
Ladder-logic software
1 Modbus port
Modbus
communication 2 Modbus ports
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Sepam Series 40 Relay Features
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Selection
Radial
(51, 51N, 46)
Long feeders (67N)
Closed loop
(67N, 67)
Parallel mains [transf]
[sources] (67N, 67)
Sync-check required
(25)(67N, 67)
Solid or low/high
impedance (51N)
Ungrounded or
compensated (67N/NC)
Basic Feeder
[Transf][Motor]
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S23 T23 M20 G40 B80 C86
S41
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M41
S42
S42 T42
G82
S82 T82
G82 B80
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S23 T23 M20 G40
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S41 T42 M41 G82
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S23 T23 M20 G40
S40 T40 M41 G40 B21
S84
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S41 T82 M81 G82 B83
S81
C86
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M88 G88
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B21
S40 T40 M41 G40 B80
B83
T87 M87 G87
S80 T81 M81 G82 B80
T23 M20 G40
T40 M41 G40
S23
S80
S23
S40
S80
S23
S80
T23
T81
T23
T40
T81
T23
T81
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M87 G87
S23 T23 M20
M20
M81
M20
M41
M81
M20
M81
G40
G82
G40
G40
G82
G40
G82
B21
B80
B21
B80
B80
B21
B80
Compact standard footprint (< 4”deep) for enhanced
protection of Mains/Feeders, Transformer, Motor, Generator
Applications
Directional overcurrent protection for dual mains and ties and
closed loop feeders
Current and voltage inputs I, V, E, P, PF
Setting software with Boolean logic equation assistance
CT/VT and Trip Circuit supervision
Sixteen seconds of fault recording, last 5 trip reports, and last
200 time-tagged alarms
Rear communication port for interface to optional Modbus®
communications modules
Includes all Series 20 features
Sepam Series 20 Relay Features
B22
T87
Standard footprint for enhanced protection of Mains/Feeders,
Transformer, Motor, Generator, Capacitor, Bus Applications
Differential protection of transformer or machine transformer
units
Differential protection of motors and generators
Protection for mains and ties and important feeders including
pre-programmed transfer schemes
Increased metering capabilities I, V, E, P, PF, THD, vector
diagram
Expanded logic equation capabilities (an option for Logipam
PLC ladder logic)
Setting software with graphical assistance, opt mimic-based
display
Battery backup for historical and fault waveform data
retention, wide range DC control power
Two rear communication interfaces
Includes all Series 20 and Series 40 features
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Backlit LCD graphic bitmap display
Compact standard footprint (< 4”deep) for basic protection of
Mains/Feeders, Transformer, Motor, Bus (Voltage)
Applications
16 inverse time overcurrent characteristic curves
Setting software with offline file creation and
download to relay
Two 86 cycle records of fault recording, last trip fault values,
and last 64 time-tagged alarms retained
Provides trip diagnostic information for analysis of faults
Self-test diagnostic ensures correct operation of relay and
integrity of protection
Wide range of control power inputs
Display operation minimal training required for operation.
Application specific design for Main/Feeder, Transformer,
Motor, Bus (Voltage) zones
Zone selective interlocking (ZSI) improved protection
coordination
Rear communication port for interface to optional Modbus
communications modules, plus dual port module, opt
protocols DNP3 and IEC60870-5-103, and also F/O
Modular architecture
Breaker diagnostics
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CONTROL
Note: Units in table depict least complex device types compliant with
criterion.
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Sepam Series
Series 80 Applications
Protection
Phase overcurrenta
Ground fault / Sensitive ground faulta
Breaker failure
Negative sequence / unbalance
Thermal overload for cables
Thermal overload for machinesa
Thermal overload for capacitors
Capacitor bank unbalance
Restricted ground fault
Two-winding transformer differential
Machine differential
Directional phase overcurrenta
Directional ground faulta
Directional active overpower
Directional reactive overpower
Directional active underpower
Phase undercurrent
Excessive starting time, locked rotor
Starts per hour
Field loss (underimpedance)
Pole slip
Overspeed (2 set points)b
Underspeed (2 set points)b
Voltage-restrained overcurrent
Underimpedance
Inadvertent energization
Third harmonic undervoltage/100% stator ground fault
Overfluxing (V / Hz)
Positive sequence undervoltage
Remanent undervoltage
Undervoltage (L-L or L-N)
Overvoltage (L-L or L-N)
Neutral voltage displacement
Negative sequence overvoltage
Overfrequency
Underfrequency
Rate of change of frequency
Recloser (4 cycles)b
Thermostat / Buchholzb
Temperature monitoring (16 RTDs)c
Synchronism-checkd
S80
S81
S82
S84
T81
T82
T87
M81
M87
M88
G82
G87
G88
B80
B83
C86
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
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e
1
1
1
1
1
e
e
1
1
1
1
1
e
e
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
e
e
e
e
e
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
4
2
2
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2
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4
4
2
2
2
4
e
e
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4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
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4
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
e
e
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
1
1
e
e
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
1
1
e
e
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
e
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
e
Series 40/20 Applications
Application ANSI
Code
Phase overcurrenta
50/51
Voltage-restrained overcurrent
50V/51V
50N/51N
Ground fault / Sensitive ground faulta
50G/51G
Breaker failure
50BF
Negative sequence / unbalance
46
Directional phase overcurrenta
67
Directional ground faulta
67N/67NC
Directional active overpower
32P
Directional reactive overpower
32Q/40
Thermal overloada
49RMS
Phase undercurrent
37
Excessive starting time, locked rotor
48/51LR/14
Starts per hour
66
Positive sequence undervoltage
27D/47
Positive sequence undervoltage
27D
Remanent undervoltage
27R
Phase-to-phase undervoltage
27
Phase-to-neutral undervoltage
27S
Undervoltagec
27/27S
Overvoltagec
59
Neutral voltage displacement
59N
Negative sequence overvoltage
47
Overfrequency
81H
Underfrequency
81L
Rate of change of frequency
81R
Recloser (4 cycles)
79
Temperature monitoring (8 or 16 RTDs)
38/49T
Thermostat / Buchholz
26/63
Note: Numerals in table indicate number of protection setpoints
a
Protection functions with 2 groups of settings
b
Requires MES120 I/O module
c
Requires MET1482 RTD Input module
d
Requires MCS025 synch check module
e
Option
Protection
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S23
S40
S41
S42
T23
T40
T42
M20
M41
G40
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
e
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
e
e
e
e
e
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
e
e
e
e
e
B22
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
B21
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
e
e
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Table 4.34:
Application
ANSI Code
50/51
50N/51N
50G/51G
50BF
46
49RMS
49RMS
49RMS
51C
64REF
87T
87M
67
67N/67NC
32P
32Q
37P
37
48/51LR
66
40
78PS
12
14
50V/51V
21B
50/27
27TN/64G2/64G
24
27D
27R
27
59
59N
47
81H
81L
81R
79
26/63
38/49T
25
4
Table 4.33:
Selection Table
New!
4-25
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Sepam Series
Table 4.35:
Pricing and Accessories
New!
List Price by Catalog Number
Model
Application
Catalog No.
$ Price
Model
S80 - Substation/feeder [current & voltage]
SQ1S80Aa
3870.00
S81 - Substation/feeder [directional grd O/C]
SQ1S81A
4060.00
S82 - Substation/feeder [directional ph & grd O/C]
SQ1S82A
4180.00
S84 - Substation/main [separation/ load shed]
SQ1S84A
4780.00 Series 40
T81 - Transformer [current & voltage]
SQ1T81A
4130.00
T82 - Transformer [Dir. Ph & Grd O/C]
SQ1T82A
4430.00
T87 - Transformer [Diff.-2 wdg)
SQ1T87A
4880.00
M81- Motor [Dir. Grd O/C]
SQ1M81A
3540.00
Series 80 M87- Motor [Mach. Diff.]
SQ1M87A
3850.00
M88 - Motor [Transf. Diff.]
SQ1M88A
4140.00
G82 - Generator [Dir. Watt & Var, Volt-Restr O/C]
SQ1G82A
4170.00
G87 - Generator [Mach diff]
SQ1G87A
4520.00
G88 - Generator [Transf diff]
SQ1G88A
5522.00 Series 20
B80 - Bus [Main+1ph volt]
SQ1B80A
4050.00
B83 - Bus [Tie +3ph volt]
SQ1B83A
4250.00
C86 - Capacitor [4 step 2xWye banks]
SQ1C86A
4125.00
a
Replace “A” suffix with “P” to select the “Pro” version mimic display. (add $450 to list price)
Table 4.36:
Application
S40 - Substation/feeder [current & voltage]
S41 - Substation/feeder [directional grd O/C]
S42 - Substation/feeder [directional ph & grd O/C]
T40 - Transformer [current & voltage]
T42 - Transformer [Dir. Ph & Grd O/C]
M41 - Motor [Dir. Grd O/C]
G40 - Generator [Dir. Real & Reac Power, Volt-Restr O/C]
S23 - Substation/feeder [breaker failure]
T23 - Transformer [breaker failure]
M20 - Motor
B21 - Bus (Voltage/Freq)
B22 - Loss of Mains (Voltage/Freq/ROCOF)
Series 80 Series
40/20
x
x
x
Digital I/O Module
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Communication I/Fb Module
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Analog I/O module
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Analog I/O Cables
x
x
x
x
x
x
Ground Sensor CTs (mV out)
x
x
x
x
Catalog No.
MES120
MES120G
MES120H
MES114
MES114E
MES114F
ACE959
ACE9492
ACE937
ACE969TP
ACE969FO
MCS025
MET1482
MSA141
DSM303
SFT080
AMT840
CCA770
CCA772
CCA774
CSH30
CSH120
CSH200
ACE990
14 inputs + 6 outputs / 24-250Vdc
14 inputs + 6 outputs / 220-250Vdc/hi p.u.
14 inputs + 6 outputs / 110-125 Vdc/hi p.u.
10 Input / 4 output module
10 inputs + 4 outputs 110/125V
10 inputs + 4 outputs 220/250V
RS485 4-wire Interface Module (requires. ext. 24VDC control pwr)
RS485 2-wire Interface Module (requires. ext. 24VDC control pwr)
Fiber optic Interface Module
(2)RS485 2wire I/F
(1) RS485 2wire + (1) F/O I/F
Synch check module (includes cable CCA785)
8 temperature sensor input module
Analog output module
Remote advanced MMI (requires cable CCA77x see below)
Logipam plc logic software
Assembly plate for surface mounting of MCS module
2ft cable from remote display to base unit
2m cable from remote display to base unit
4m cable from remote display to base unit
Interposing window CT for Residual current input
Ground Sensor CT - 120 mm window
Ground Sensor CT - 200 mm window
Aux. CT for Ground Sensor CT Ratio Adjustment (for retrofit)
Configure softwarec
SFT2841KIT
2640KIT
CCA634
CCT640
CCA612
CCA783
CCA785
CCA670
CCA671
Setting/operating software kit (including SFT2826 osc s/w+CCA783 cable)
Terminal blocks for MES modules
1 or 5 A CT Current Connector
Voltage Connector
Cable for communication module to relay connection
Cable for pc to relay connection
MCS025 cable
LPCT Current Connector
LPCT Current Connector
b
c
d
SQ1S23A
SQ1T23A
SQ1M20A
SQ1B21A
SQ1B22A
$ Price
3023.00
3439.00
3870.00
3272.00
4118.00
3594.00
3920.00
1794.00
1957.00
2319.00
2264.00
2576.00
Series 80+40+20 Accessory List
Accessory Type
Selected sparesd
Catalog No.
SQ1S40A
SQ1S41A
SQ1S42A
SQ1T40A
SQ1T42A
SQ1M41A
SQ1G40A
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Description
x
x
Includes CCA612 cable to relay rear port
One s/w kit required per Series 80 order and recommended per Series 40/20 order
To be ordered as spare or replacement
$ Price
770.00
770.00
770.00
616.00
595.00
785.00
398.00
398.00
578.00
578.00
771.00
1410.00
695.00
637.00
719.00
750.00
131.00
36.20
51.00
78.00
116.00
235.00
378.00
709.00
543.00
205.00
191.00
398.00
67.00
67.00
55.00
430.00
415.00
4
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
4-26
PL1
Discount
Schedule
Modified
10/4/07
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Sepam Series
New!
Selection Example
Series 20 and Series 40
Series 80
Selection Example
Follow these steps:
Example:
Type Part
Relay unit
Memory module
Digital I/O
Communication module
RTD Input
Analog output
Sync check (25) module
Config S/W
Cable for RTD I/F Modulle
QTY
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
Catalog No.
SP1T87A
MMS020xxx
MES120
ACE959
MET1482
MSA141
MCS025
SFT2841KIT
CCA772
Description
T87- Transformer [Diff.-2 wdg)
Spare memory module
14 inputs + 6 outputs / 24-250Vdc
RS485 4-wire Interface Module l
8 temperature sensor input module
Analog output module (1 channel)
Synch check module (includes cable CCA785)
Setting / operating software kit
2m cable from remote display to base unit
$ Price
4880.00
0.00
770.00
398.00
695.00
0.00
1410.00
543.00
51.00
4
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
Selection Sequence
Select from Table 4.35 per system, features Table 4.32 & 4.33/4.34
Spare by application
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
Select from Table 4.36 (as required)
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Table 4.37:
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All Rights Reserved
PL1
Discount
Schedule
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PFC Capacitors
Class 5810
www.reactivar.com
FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
ReactiVar® fixed low voltage capacitors are ideally suited for power
factor correction applications where the load does not change or where
the capacitor is switched with the load, such as the load side of a motor
starter. ReactiVar fixed capacitors are best suited for applications where
there are no harmonic currents or voltages present.
For Fixed Capacitors suitable for use in harmonic-rich environments,
contact your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office.
Low Voltage Fixed Capacitors
Features:
Fixed
Capacitors are
best suited for
use on
electrical
systems with
no voltage or
current
harmonics.
•
Environmentally Safe: Reactivar capacitors are constructed with a dry type
metalized Polypropylene capacitor element with no liquid dielectrics. There is
no risk of fluid leakage or environmental pollution and no need for a drip pan.
Multiple Protection System: The patented protection system incorporates
an internal protection device which negates the need for external fuses.
Capacitor elements are encased in a non-flammable vermiculite filler as an
added safety feature.
Low Loss, Long Life: The design features less than 0.5W/kVAR losses,
including discharge resistors.
Attractive finish: Capacitor units feature a textured powder paint finish, ASA
49 gray. Units are constructed of 18 gauge steel and are suitable for floor or
wall mounting.
•
•
•
Application Note: Capacitors are a low impedance path for the harmonic currents
produced by variable frequency drives, motor soft starters, welders, computers,
PLCs, robotics and other electronic equipment. These harmonic currents can be
drawn into the capacitor causing it to overheat, shortening its life. Furthermore, the
resonant circuit formed by shunt capacitors coupled with system inductances
(motors and transformers) can amplify harmonic currents
Table 4.38:
Unfused 208 and 240 Volt 3 Phase/60 Hz
Unfused INDOOR
NEMA Type 1/12a
kVAR Rating
@ 240 V @208 V
2.5
1.88
3.5
2.63
4
3.00
5
3.75
6
4.50
7.5
5.63
10
7.50
12.5
9.38
15
11.25
17.5
13.13
20
15.00
22.5
16.88
25
18.75
27.5
20.63
30
22.50
35
26.25
40
30.00
45
33.75
50
37.50
60
45.00
70
52.50
75
56.25
Table 4.39:
kVAR
Rating
Catalog No.b
PFCD2002
PFCD2003
PFCD2004
PFCD2005
PFCD2006
PFCD2007
PFCD2010
PFCD2012
PFCD2015
PFCD2017
PFCD2020
PFCD2022
PFCD2025
PFCD2027
PFCD2030
PFCD2035
PFCD2040
PFCD2045
PFCD2050
PFCD2060
PFCD2070
PFCD2075
$ Price Encl.c
612.00
1
639.00
1
666.00
1
731.00
1
791.00
1
851.00
1
1025.00
1
1218.00
1
1411.00
1
1584.00
2
1755.00
2
1923.00
2
2067.00
3
2715.00
3
3363.00
3
3680.00
4
4162.00
5
5072.00
7
6167.00
7
6656.00
7
6999.00
8
7229.00
10
Unfused OUTDOOR
NEMA Type 3Ra
Catalog No.b
PFCD2002R
PFCD2003R
PFCD2004R
PFCD2005R
PFCD2006R
PFCD2007R
PFCD2010R
PFCD2012R
PFCD2015R
PFCD2017R
PFCD2020R
PFCD2022R
PFCD2025R
PFCD2027R
PFCD2030R
PFCD2035R
PFCD2040R
PFCD2045R
PFCD2050R
PFCD2060R
PFCD2070R
PFCD2075R
Rated Current
(Amperes)
$ Price Encl.c
643.00
1R
671.00
1R
699.00
1R
767.00
1R
830.00
1R
893.00
1R
1076.00
1R
1279.00
1R
1481.00
1R
1662.00
2R
1843.00
2R
2049.00
2R
2170.00
3R
2851.00
3R
3531.00
3R
3865.00
4R
4370.00
5R
5422.00
7R
6475.00
7R
6989.00
7R
7349.00
8R
7591.00 10R
@240 V
6
9
10
13
15
19
25
31
37
43
49
55
61
67
73
85
97
109
121
145
169
181
@208 V
6
8
9
11
13
16
21
27
32
37
42
47
53
58
63
73
84
94
105
126
146
157
Recommended
Wire Size
(Qty X AWG)
14
14
14
12
12
10
8
8
8
6
6
4
4
3
3
2
1/0
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
250 kcmil
Recommended Minimum Size Protection Ratinge
Fuse
@240 V
10
15
20
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
125
150
175
200
200
250
300
300
Circuit Breaker Trip
@208 V
10
15
15
20
25
30
35
45
60
60
70
80
90
00
125
125
150
175
175
200
250
300
@240 V
15
15
15
20
25
30
40
45
60
70
80
90
90
100
125
150
150
175
200
225
300
300
@208 V
15
15
15
20
20
25
35
40
50
60
70
70
80
90
00
125
125
150
175
200
225
250
Unfused 480 Volt d 3 Phase/60 Hz
Unfused INDOOR NEMA Type 1/12
Unfused OUTDOOR NEMA Type 3Ra
4
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
@480 V
Catalog No.b
$ Price
Encl.c
Catalog No.b
2.5
PFCD4002
558.00
1
PFCD4002R
4
PFCD4004
580.00
1
PFCD4004R
5
PFCD4005
595.00
1
PFCD4005R
6
PFCD4006
619.00a
1
PFCD4006R
7.5
PFCD4007
642.00
1
PFCD4007R
10
PFCD4010
718.00
1
PFCD4010R
12.5
PFCD4012
810.00
1
PFCD4012R
15
PFCD4015
886.00
1
PFCD4015R
17.5
PFCD4017
937.00a
1
PFCD4017R
20
PFCD4020
986.00
1
PFCD4020R
22.5
PFCD4022
1033.00a
1
PFCD4022R
25
PFCD4025
1103.00
2
PFCD4025R
27.5
PFCD4027
1169.00a
2
PFCD4027R
30
PFCD4030
1234.00
2
PFCD4030R
35
PFCD4035
1401.00
3
PFCD4035R
40
PFCD4040
1572.00
3
PFCD4040R
45
PFCD4045
1679.00a
4
PFCD4045R
50
PFCD4050
1784.00
4
PFCD4050R
60
PFCD4060
2650.00
5
PFCD4060R
70
PFCD4070
2853.00a
5
PFCD4070R
75
PFCD4075
2956.00
5
PFCD4075R
80
PFCD4080
3130.00a
6
PFCD4080R
90
PFCD4090
3478.00a
6
PFCD4090R
100
PFCD4100
3825.00
6
PFCD4100R
125
PFCD4125
4765.00a
9
PFCD4125R
150
PFCD4150
5704.00a
9
PFCD4150R
175
PFCD4175
6374.00a
11
PFCD4175R
200
PFCD4200
7043.00a
11
PFCD4200R
225
PFCD4225
7833.00a
12
PFCD4225R
250
PFCD4250
8622.00a
13
PFCD4250R
275
PFCD4275
9410.00a
13
PFCD4275R
300
PFCD4300
10199.00a
13
PFCD4300R
a
Order only. Typical delivery is 1 to 2 weeks.
b
Wall mounting brackets available for units up to 40 kVAR.
Order catalog # PFCDBR1 ($50.00).
c
For dimensions, see 4-29.
4-28
and voltages in the electrical network. This amplification can cause
nuisance fuse operation and/or damage to electrical equipment
including capacitors and other electronic devices. If power factor
correction in the presence of harmonics is required, please contact
your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office for
assistance.
$ Price
Encl.c
586.00
1R
609.00
1R
625.00
1R
650.00
1R
674.00
1R
755.00
1R
851.00
1R
930.00
1R
983.00
1R
1036.00
1R
1085.00
1R
1158.00
2R
1228.00
2R
1296.00
2R
1472.00
3R
1651.00
3R
1763.00
4R
1873.00
4R
2782.00
5R
2996.00
5R
3104.00
5R
3286.00
6R
3651.00
6R
4017.00
6R
5003.00
9R
5990.00
9R
6692.00
11R
7395.00
11R
8224.00
12R
9052.00
13R
9881.00
13R
10709.00
13R
d
e
DE2C
Discount
Schedule
Rated
Current
Recommended
Wire Size
@480 V
3
5
6
7.2
9
12
15
18
21
24
27
30
33
36
42
48
54
60
72
84
90
96
108
120
150
180
210
240
270
300
330
360
(Qty X AWG)
14
14
14
14
14
12
10
10
10
8
8
8
8
8
6
6
4
4
3
2
1
1/0
1/0
2/0
4/0
250 kcmil
300 kcmil
(2) 2/0
(3) 3/0
(2) 4/0
(2) 4/0
(2) 250 kcmil
Recommended Minimum Size Protection Ratinge
Fuse
Circuit Breaker Trip
@480 V
5
10
10
15
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
150
175
200
200
250
300
350
400
500
500
550
600
@480 V
15
15
15
15
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
45
50
55
65
75
85
90
125
150
150
150
175
200
225
300
350
400
450
450
500
550
For 600 V equipment, change first digit in catalog number from 4 to 6 (e.g. PFCD6004)
and use the same price as above 480 V equipment.
See page 4-33 for Medium Voltage Fixed Banks.
Consult local Electrical Codes for proper sizing of molded case circuit breaker frame and
disconnect switch rating and cabling.
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Class 5810 / Refer to Catalog 5810HO9701R8/06
FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
LV Fixed Fused Capacitors with Blown Fuse Indicators
In addition to the comprehensive Multiple Protection System designed into the New ReactiVar® fixed, low voltage capacitors, fused units feature a
fast acting current limiting fuse in each phase. Blown fuse indicators are included as standard on both indoor (NEMA Type 1/12) and outdoor
(NEMA Type 3R) enclosures. While fuses are not required to protect the capacitor elements, external over current protection may be required by
the local electrical code for protection of the conductors feeding the capacitors. Consult your local electrical code for installation instructions.
3 Fuses with Blown Fuse Indicators
Fused INDOOR
NEMA Type 1/12a
kVAR Rating
@ 240 V @208 V
2.5
1.88
3.5
2.63
4
3.00
5
3.75
6
4.50
7.5
5.63
10
7.50
12.5
9.38
15
11.25
17.5
13.13
20
15.00
22.5
16.88
25
18.75
27.5
20.63
30
22.50
35
26.25
40
30.00
45
33.75
50
37.50
60
45.00
70
52.50
75
56.25
Table 4.41:
Catalog No.c
PFCD2002F
PFCD2003F
PFCD2004F
PFCD2005F
PFCD2006F
PFCD2007F
PFCD2010F
PFCD2012F
PFCD2015F
PFCD2017F
PFCD2020F
PFCD2022F
PFCD2025F
PFCD2027F
PFCD2030F
PFCD2035F
PFCD2040F
PFCD2045F
PFCD2050F
PFCD2060F
PFCD2070F
PFCD2075F
Encl.d
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
5
7
7
7
8
10
Catalog No.c
PFCD4002F
PFCD4004F
PFCD4005F
PFCD4006F
PFCD4007F
PFCD4010F
PFCD4012F
PFCD4015F
PFCD4017F
PFCD4020F
PFCD4022F
PFCD4025F
PFCD4027F
PFCD4030F
PFCD4035F
PFCD4040F
PFCD4045F
PFCD4050F
PFCD4060F
PFCD4070F
PFCD4075F
PFCD4080F
PFCD4090F
PFCD4100F
PFCD4125F
PFCD4150F
PFCD4175F
PFCD4200F
PFCD4225F
PFCD4250F
PFCD4275F
PFCD4300F
$ Price
745.00
768.00
783.00
806.00a
829.00
907.00
998.00
1074.00
1125.00a
1175.00
1221.a
1291.00
1356.00a
1421.00
1589.00
1761.00
1914.00a
2066.00
2931.00
3323.00a
3519.00
3693.00a
4041.00a
4388.00
5328.00a
6267.00a
6937.00a
7606.00a
8466.00a
9325.00a
10184.00a
11043.00a
Order only. Typical delivery is 1 to 2 weeks.
Consult local Electrical Codes for proper sizing of
molded case circuit breaker frame and disconnect
switch rating and cabling.
Wall mounting brackets available for units up to 40
kVAR,brackets sold in pairs. Order catalog #PFCDBR1
($50.00)
See below for dimensions.
For 600 V equipment, change first digit from 4 to 6 (e.g.
PFCD6004F) and use the same price as above
480 V equipment. See page 4-33 for Medium Voltage
Fixed Banks.
c
d
e
f
W
W
D
W
W
D
H
H
CL
Enclosures
1 to 5
Catalog No.c
PFCD2002RF
PFCD2003RF
PFCD2004RF
PFCD2005RF
PFCD2006RF
PFCD2007RF
PFCD2010RF
PFCD2012RF
PFCD2015RF
PFCD2017RF
PFCD2020RF
PFCD2022RF
PFCD2025RF
PFCD2027RF
PFCD2030RF
PFCD2035RF
PFCD2040RF
PFCD2045RF
PFCD2050RF
PFCD2060RF
PFCD2070RF
PFCD2075RF
D
H
CL
Enclosures
6, 1R to 6R
CL
3.00
76
3.75
95
$ Price
938.00
967.00
995.00
1063.00
1126.00
1189.00
1371.00
1574.00
1777.00
1958.00
2138.00
2312.00
2463.00
3290.00
4117.00
4452.00
4957.00
6009.00
7062.00
7576.00
8229.00
8471.00
480 Volte
Fused INDOOR NEMA Type 1/12
@480 V
2.5
4
5
6
7.5
10
12.5
15
17.5
20
22.5
25
27.5
30
35
40
45
50
60
70
75
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
3 Phase/60 Hz
Fused OUTDOOR
NEMA Type 3Ra
3 Fuses with Blown Fuse Indicators
kVAR Rating
a
b
$ Price
893.00
920.00
947.00
1012.00
1072.00
1132.00
1306.00
1500.00
1692.00
1865.00
2037.00
2202.00
2346.00
3134.00
3922.00
4239.00
4721.00
5724.00
6725.00
7215.00
7837.00
8068.00
208 and 240 Volt
Rated Current
(Amperes)
Encl.d
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
2R
2R
2R
3R
3R
3R
4R
5R
7R
7R
7R
8R
10R
@208 V
6
8
9
11
13
16
21
27
32
37
42
47
53
58
63
73
84
94
105
126
146
157
Fused OUTDOOR NEMA Type 3Ra
Encl.d
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
9
9
11
11
12
13
13
13
Catalog No.c
PFCD4002RF
PFCD4004RF
PFCD4005RF
PFCD4006RF
PFCD4007RF
PFCD4010RF
PFCD4012RF
PFCD4015RF
PFCD4017RF
PFCD4020RF
PFCD4022RF
PFCD4025RF
PFCD4027RF
PFCD4030RF
PFCD4035RF
PFCD4040RF
PFCD4045RF
PFCD4050RF
PFCD4060RF
PFCD4070RF
PFCD4075RF
PFCD4080RF
PFCD4090RF
PFCD4100RF
PFCD4125RF
PFCD4150RF
PFCD4175RF
PFCD4200RF
PFCD4225RF
PFCD4250RF
PFCD4275RF
PFCD4300RF
Table 4.42:
Encl.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
$ Price
782.00
806.00
823.00
847.00
871.00
952.
1047.00
1128.00
1181.00
1234.00
1282.00
1355.00
1424.00
1492.00
1668.00
1849.00
2009.00
2169.00
3078.00
3489.00
3695.00
3877.00
4242.00
4608.00
5594.00
6581.00
7283.00
7986.00
8889.00
9791.00
10694.00
11596.00
Encl.d
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
1R
2R
2R
2R
3R
3R
4R
4R
5R
5R
5R
6R
6R
6R
9R
9R
11R
11R
12R
13R
13R
13R
Type 1 Enclosure
Dimensionsg
Height (H)
IN
16.12
18.87
20.06
22.81
26.75
34.00
22.75
25.50
28.88
29.50
34.00
28.88
34.00
Fuse
(Qty. X AWG)
14
14
14
12
12
10
8
8
8
6
6
4
4
3
3
2
1/0
1/0
2/0
3/0
4/0
250 kcmil
@240 V
10
15
20
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
125
150
175
200
200
250
300
300
Breaker Trip
@208 V
10
15
15
20
25
30
35
45
60
60
70
80
90
100
125
125
150
175
175
200
250
300
@240 V
15
15
15
20
25
30
40
45
60
70
80
90
90
100
125
150
150
175
200
225
300
300
@208 V
15
15
15
20
20
25
35
40
50
60
70
70
80
90
100
125
125
150
175
200
225
250
3 Phase/60 Hz
mm
409.45
479.30
509.52
579.37
679.45
863.60
577.85
647.70
733.55
749.30
863.60
733.55
863.60
Width (W)
IN
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
11.75
19.08
14.85
14.85
14.85
14.85
14.85
21.78
21.78
mm
298.45
298.45
298.45
298.45
298.45
484.63
377.19
377.19
377.19
377.19
377.19
553.21
553.21
13.25
CL
@240 V
6
9
10
13
15
19
25
31
37
43
49
55
61
67
73
85
97
109
121
145
169
181
Recommended Minimum Size
Protection Ratingb
Recommended
Wire Sizeb
337
15.25
387 22.18
Rated
Current
Recommended
Wire Sizeb
@480 V
3.0
4.8
6.0
7.2
9.0
12.0
15.0
18.0
21.0
24.0
27.0
30.0
33.0
36.0
42.0
48.0
54.0
60.0
72.0
84.0
90.0
96.0
108.0
120.0
150.0
180.0
210.0
240.0
270.0
300.0
330.0
360.0
(Qty. X AWG)
14
14
14
14
14
12
10
10
10
8
8
8
8
8
6
6
4
4
3
2
1
1/0
1/0
2/0
4/0
250 kcmil
300 kcmil
(2) 2/0
(3) 3/0
(2) 4/0
(2) 4/0
(2) 250 kcmil
Table 4.43:
Depth (D)
IN
4.81
4.81
4.81
4.81
4.81
6.20
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
14.78
mm
122.17
122.17
122.17
122.17
122.17
157.48
375.41
375.41
375.41
375.41
375.41
375.41
375.41
Encl.
1R
2R
3R
4R
5R
6R
7R
8R
9R
10R
11R
12R
13R
g
Recommended Minimum
Size Protection Ratingb
Fuse
Breaker Trip
@480 V
5
10
10
15
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
150
175
200
200
250
300
350
400
500
500
550
600
@480 V
15
15
15
15
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
45
50
55
65
75
85
90
125
150
150
150
175
200
225
300
350
400
450
450
500
550
Type 3R Enclosure
Dimensionsg
Height (H)
Width (W)
Depth (D)
IN
mm
IN
mm
IN
mm
16.12 409.45
19.08 484.63
6.20 157.48
18.87 479.30
19.08 484.63
6.20 157.48
20.06 509.52
19.08 484.63
6.20 157.48
22.81 579.37
19.08 484.63
6.20 157.48
26.75 679.45
19.08 484.63
6.20 157.48
34.00 863.60
19.08 484.63
6.20 157.48
22.75 577.85
14.85 377.19
14.78 375.41
25.50 647.70
14.85 377.19
14.78 375.41
28.88 733.55
14.85 377.19
14.78 375.41
29.50 749.30
14.85 377.19
14.78 375.41
34.00 863.60
14.85 377.19
14.78 375.41
28.88 733.55
21.78 553.21
14.78 375.41
34.00 863.60
21.78 553.21
14.78 375.41
Dimensions provided are approximate only. Do not use
for construction purposes. For actual dimensions
contact your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales
office.
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Table 4.40:
563
© 2007 Schneider Electric
All Rights Reserved
4
Enclosures
7 to 13, 7R to 13R
DE2C
Discount
Schedule
4-29
17404.book Page 30 Thursday, October 4, 2007 8:28 AM
PFC Capacitor Banks
Class 5830
www.reactivar.com
FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
LV Standard Automatic Capacitor Banks with Main Lugs or Main Breakers
Automatic low voltage capacitor banks are ideally suited for power factor correction at the main service
entrance, in applications where plant loading is constantly changing. A microprocessor-based reactive
power controller measures plant power factor via a single CT located on the bus/cable at the main service
entrance terminal compartment, and switches capacitor stages in and out of service to track a userselected target power factor. CT sold separately. Refer to CT Selection Guide on 4-34. The AV4000
and AV5000 Automatic Capacitor Banks are designed for use in networks that contain little or no current
or voltage harmonics.
Features:
The AV4000 and AV5000 are suitable
for use where harmonic generating
loads are less than 15% of the
total connected load.
Table 4.44:
kVAR
Rating
AV5000 Series
Steps
(Qty x kVAR)
240 Volta
50
4 x 12.5
75
3 x 25
100
4 x 25
125
2 x 12.5, 4 x 25
150
6 x 25
175
1 x 25, 3 x 50
200
2 x 25, 3 x 50
225
1 x 25, 4 x 50
250
5 x 50
275
1 x 25, 5 x 50
300
6 x 50
480 Volth
50
2 x 25
75
1 x 25, 1 x 50
100
2 x 25, 1 x 50
125
1 x 25, 2 x 50
150
3 x 50
175
1 x 25, 3 x 50
200
4 x 50
225
1 x 25, 4 x 50
250
5 x 50
275
1 x 25, 5 x 50
300
6 x 50
350
1 x 50, 3 x 100
400
2 x 50, 3 x 100
450
1 x 50, 4 x 100
500
2 x 50, 4 x 100
550
1 x 50, 5 x 100
600
6 x 100
Advanced Safety Features: The modularized compact design consists of a microprocessor-based
controller with capacitor switching modules fitted into a cubicle arrangement for top entry. All power and
control wiring is dead front construction. Capacitor modules consist of 3 phase dry metalized
polypropylene elements. Each element has a nonreplaceable 100,000 AIR fuse and pressure sensitive
interrupter. Capacitor modules feature a pre-charge circuit to reduce switching transients to 20% of that
seen with standard capacitor banks. Internal discharge resistors reduce capacitor voltage to 50 Volts or
less within 60 seconds. Dead front fuse holders on AV4000 & AV5000 have integral blown fuse indicators,
standard. Cubicles are constructed with a locking door as standard and are furnished in a textured
powder paint finish, color ASA 49 gray.
State-of-the-art Microprocessor-based Control Module: The solid state control module boasts the
following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic C/K ratio selection
Automatic CT polarity retrieval
Automatic phase rotation polarity retrieval
Integral display of target/actual PF, number of steps energized, and more
Simple, menu-driven programming
Stage release at voltage dropout
Alarm relay
Manual operation with automatic return
Alarms
3 Phase/60 Hz
Main Lugs or Main Circuit Breaker – CT sold separately. See page 4-34.b
Main Lugsc –
NEMA Type 1d
Catalog No.f
$ Price
Encl.g
AV005025AV1F6N
AV007525AV2F6N
AV010025AV2F6N
AV012525BV1F6N
AV015025AV2F6N
AV017525CV2F6N
AV020025BV2F8N
AV022525CV2F8N
AV025025AV5F8N
AV027525CV2F8N
AV030025AV5F8N
15001.00
18392.00
21783.00
25173.00
28564.00
31955.00
38968.00
42358.00
45749.00
49140.00
52530.00
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
AV005045AV2F6N
AV007545CV2F6N
AV010045BV2F6N
AV012545CV2F6N
AV015045AV5F6N
AV017545CV2F6N
AV020045AV5F6N
AV022545CV2F6N
AV025045AV5F6N
AV027545CV2F6N
AV030045AV5F6N
AV035045CV5F6N
AV040045BV5F8N
AV045045CV5F8N
AV050045BV5F8N
AV055045CV5F8N
AV060045AV8F8N
12422.00
13744.00
15813.00
17133.00
18454.00
20523.00
21845.00
23914.00
25234.00
27303.00
28624.00
32015.00
39028.00
42418.00
45808.00
49199.00
52588.00
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
Main Circuit Breakerc –
NEMA Type 1d
Standard Lugs
Provided
(Qty x AWG)
2 x 500 MCM
4 x 500 MCM
2 x 500 MCM
2 x 500 MCM
4 x 500 MCM
Catalog No.f
$ Price
Encl.g
—
BV007525AV2F8N
BV010025AV2F8N
BV012525AV1F8N
BV015025AV2F8N
BV017525CV2F8N
BV020025BV2F8N
BV022525CV2F8N
BV025025AV5F8N
BV027525CV2F8N
BV030025AV5F8N
—
24535.00
27925.00
31593.00
38607.00
41997.00
45388.00
51353.00
54743.00
58134.00
61525.00
—
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
BV005045AV2F8N
BV007545CV2F8N
BV010045BV2F8N
BV012545CV2F8N
BV015045AV5F8N
BV017545CV2F8N
BV020045AV5F8N
BV022545CV2F8N
BV025045AV5F8N
BV027545CV2F8N
BV030045AV5F8N
BV035045CV5F8N
BV040045BV5F8N
BV045045CV5F8N
BV050045BV5F8N
BV055045CV5F8N
BV060045AV8F8N
13317.00
14639.00
16743.00
18063.00
24596.00
26699.00
28020.00
30090.00
31410.00
37104.00
38668.00
42057.00
45720.00
51385.00
54802.00
58193.00
61583.00
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
AV4000 Series The AV4000 Series performs similarly to the AV5000
series and is more suitable for applications requiring less kVAR
(200 kVAR max., 480 V, main lugs, top entry only).
Table 4.45:
AV4000 Series 480 Volth 3 Phase/60
Main Lugs Only – CT sold separately. See page 4-34.b
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Main Lugsc – NEMA Type 1
kVAR
Rating
@ 480 V
Steps
(Qty x kVAR)
Catalog No.f
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
2 x 25
1 x 25, 1 x 50
2 x 25, 1 x 50
1 x 25, 2 x 50
2 x 25, 2 x 50
1 x 25, 3 x 50
4 x 50
AV005044AV2F6N
AV007544CV2F6N
AV010044BV2F6N
AV012544CV2F6N
AV015044BV2F6N
AV017544CV2F6N
AV020044AV5F6N
$ Price
11038.00
12403.00
14276.00
15641.00
17513.00
18880.00
20246.00
Encl.g
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Hz
2 x 500 MCM
2 x 500 MCM
Nominal
Current
60 Hzi
(Amps)
48.1
72.2
96.2
120.3
144.3
168.4
192.5
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
4-30
DE2C
4 x 500 MCM
4 x 500 MCM
4 x 500 MCM
4 x 500 MCM
4 x 500 MCM
Circuit Breakere
(BV only)
Frame/Sensor
Nominal Current
60 Hzi
(Amps)
—
1200/600
1200/600
1200/800
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
120.3
180.4
240.6
300.7
360.8
421.0
481.1
541.3
601.4
661.5
721.7
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/600
1200/800
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
1200/1000
60.1
90.2
120.3
150.4
180.4
210.5
240.6
270.6
300.7
330.8
360.8
421.0
481.1
541.3
601.4
661.5
721.7
The Power Factor Table Calculator, available on www.SquareD.com
under Free Software and Online Tools, can be used to determine the
capacitor kVAR required to improve PF of a single load or
entire power system.
a
Standard
Lugs
Provided
(Qty x AWG)
Standard Lugs
Provided
(Qty x AWG)
Discount
Schedule
For 208 Volt applications, the effective kVAR rating at 208 Volts is 0.75 times the kVAR
rating at 240 Volts. See page 4-33 for Medium Voltage Systems.
A Single remote Current Transformer must be located on the bus/cable at the main service
entrance terminal compartment. CT sold separately. Refer to CT Selection Guide on
page 4-33.
Order Only. Typical Delivery—4 to 6 weeks. Contact local sales office for committed
delivery.
NEMA Type 3R and 12 enclosures available, please contact your nearest Square
D/Schneider Electric sales office for pricing.
All trip modules are equipped with dial pick-up settings.
Top entry is standard. For bottom entry, consult your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric
sales office.
For dimensions, see page .
For 600 V equipment, additional sizes, ratings or options, please consult your nearest
Square D/Schneider Electric sales office.
Nominal 60 Hz capacitor current draw based on indicated kVAR and voltage ratings.
Consult all applicable electric codes for proper sizing of cables and upstream disconnect.
Modified
10/4/07
© 2007 Schneider Electric
All Rights Reserved
17404.book Page 31 Thursday, October 4, 2007 8:28 AM
PFC Capacitor Banks
www.reactivar.com
Class 5860
FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
Low Voltage Anti-Resonant and Filtering Automatic Capacitor Banks with Main Lugs
and Breaker
ReactiVar® AV6000 anti-resonant and AV7000 harmonic filtering automatic switched capacitor banks are specifically
designed for networks containing harmonic energies which would otherwise damage standard fixed or automatic
capacitor banks.
The problem: Harmonics are a natural by-product of non-linear loads such as variable frequency drives, motor soft
starters, welders, uninterruptable power supplies, robotics, PLCs and other electronic devices. Harmonics introduce
higher-than-60 Hz currents and voltages into the electrical distribution system. Capacitors are a low impedance path for
these higher frequency components and thus will absorb these harmonic energies. Combinations of capacitors and
system inductances (motors and transformers) can form series and parallel tuned circuits which can resonate at certain
frequencies. The harmonics produced by non-linear loads can excite a standard capacitor bank into resonance. The
resonance can magnify currents and voltages, causing system wide damage and equipment failure. This problem is
growing in prevalence.
The solution: Anti-Resonant Automatic Switched Capacitor Banks
The AV6000 is suitable for
use where less than 50%
of the total connected load
is harmonic generating.
The AV7000 is suitable
where harmonic generating
loads exceed 50% of the
total connected load.
The AV6000 anti-resonance capacitor bank’s primary function is power factor correction. Iron core reactors are added
in series with the capacitor modules. The 3 phase reactors are custom designed and manufactured at our factory under
tight tolerance specifically for the AV6000. The reactors tune the bank below the first dominant harmonic (usually the
5th, or 300 Hz). Below the tuning point, the system appears capacitive and thus corrects power factor. Above the tuning
point, the system appears Inductive and thus resonance is minimized. The AV6000 design has the added advantage of
removing up to 50% of the 5th harmonic to reduce overall voltage distortion.
Harmonic Filtering Automatic Switched Capacitor Banks
The need for an AV7000 is usually determined by a power quality specialist. Although the AV7000 looks identical to the
AV6000, its primary function is harmonic mitigation, with power factor correction being a secondary benefit. The
distinction between an AV6000 and an AV7000 is the tuning point. By definition, if the tuning point of the
capacitor/reactor combination is within ±10% of the target harmonic it is intended to absorb, it is referred to as a filter. If
the tuning point is outside the ±10% limit, it is referred to as an anti-resonant system. As the tuning point of the system
approaches the target harmonic, its effectiveness at absorbing increases. Hence, the need to classify its functionality.
The PQc group should always be consulted prior to recommending it to customers.
Application Notes
•
•
A single remote Current Transformer must be located on the bus/cable at the main service entrance terminal compartment. CT sold
separately. Refer to CT Selection Guide on 4-34.
It is imperative to ensure that no other capacitors (fixed or automatic) are connected to the same network as the AV6000 or AV7000
capacitor banks. The components within these banks are carefully chosen to avoid network resonance between the substation
transformer and the capacitor elements. Additional capacitors on the network will alter the characteristics of the AV6000, possibly
leading to network resonance. The application of this product may warrant special consideration, please supply end customer
telephone number and contact name when placing order.
Application Assistance
The Square D Power Quality Correction Group provides engineering assistance for the application of capacitors in
harmonic rich environments. Specialists at Square D can assess the likelihood of application problems and arrange for
more detailed study if required. Solutions can include computer modeling and system simulation. Depending on the
network, the solution may include de-tuned banks (AV6000) or fully filtered banks (AV7000). Our application engineers
can make all the arrangements for system studies, custom engineering, installation and commissioning, as required by
the application.
Features
•
Table 4.46:
AV6000 Seriesa
480 Volta
3 Phase/60 Hz
Main Lugs or Main Circuit Breaker – CT sold separately. See page 4-34.b
kVAR
Main Lugsc – NEMA Type 1
Standard Lugs
Main Circuit Breakerc – NEMA Type 1
Standard Lugs Circuit Breakerf Nominal Current
Steps
Rating
Provided
Provided
(BV only)
60 Hzd
(Qty x kVAR)
Catalog No. e
$ Price
Encl. g
Catalog No.e
$ Price
Encl. g
@ 480 V
(Qty x AWG)
(Qty x AWG)
Frame/Sensor
(Amps)
100
2 x 50
AV010046AV2F6N
24467.00
4
2 x 500 MCM
BV010046AV2F8N
25444.00
4
4 x 500 MCM
1200/600
132
150
3 x 50
AV015046AV5F6N
31900.00
4
2 x 500 MCM
BV015046AV5F8N
38591.00
4
4 x 500 MCM
1200/600
198
200
4 x 50
AV020046AV5F6N
39331.00
4
2 x 500 MCM
BV020046AV5F8N
46060.00
4
4 x 500 MCM
1200/600
264
250
1 x 50, 2 x 100
AV025046CV5F6N 41882.00
4
2 x 500 MCM
BV025046CV5F8N
53849.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
1200/1000
328
300
2 x 50, 2 x 100
AV030046BV5F6N 49314.00
4
2 x 500 MCM
BV030046BV5F8N
61280.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
1200/1000
394
350
1 x 50, 3 x 100
AV035046CV5F8N 59280.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
BV035046CV5F8N
69046.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
1200/1000
460
400
4 x 100
AV040046AV8F8N
64270.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
BV040046AV8F8N
74068.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
1200/1000
524
450
1 x 50, 4 x 100
AV045046CV5F8N 71702.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
BV045046CV5F8N
81499.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
1200/1000
590
500
5 x 100
AV050046AV8F8N
76692.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
BV050046AV8F8N
86490.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
1200/1000
655
550
1 x 50, 5 x 100
AV055046CV5F8N 84125.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
BV055046CV5FAN 103007.00
6
6 x 500 MCM
1600/1600
721
600
6 x 100
AV060046AV8F8N
89116.00
5
4 x 500 MCM
BV060046AV8FAN 107999.00
6
6 x 500 MCM
1600/1600
786
650
1 x 50, 6 x 100
AV065046CV5F8N 100978.00
6
4 x 500 MCM
BV065046CV5FAN 114133.00
6
6 x 500 MCM
1600/1600
852
700
7 x 100
AV070046AV8F8N 105939.00
6
4 x 500 MCM
BV070046AV8FAN 119125.00
6
6 x 500 MCM
1600/1600
917
750
1 x 50, 7 x 100
AV075046CV5F8N 113371.00
6
4 x 500 MCM
BV075046CV5FAN 126557.00
6
6 x 500 MCM
1600/1600
983
800
8 x 100
AV080046AV8F8N 118364.00
6
4 x 500 MCM
BV080046AV8FAN 131550.00
6
6 x 500 MCM
1600/1600
1048
850
1 x 50, 8 x 100
AV085046CV5F8N 125795.00
6
4 x 500 MCM
BV085046CV5FAN 151047.00
7
6 x 500 MCM
2000/2000
1114
900
9 x 100
AV090046AV8F8N 130788.00
6
4 x 500 MCM
BV090046AV8FAN 156040.00
7
6 x 500 MCM
2000/2000
1179
a
For 600 V equipment, AV7000 series, additional sizes, ratings or options, please consult your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office. See page 4-33 for Medium Voltage Systems.
b
A Single remote Current Transformer must be located on the bus/cable at the main service entrance terminal compartment. CT sold separately. Refer to CT Selection Guide on page 4-34.
c
Order Only. Typical Delivery—6 to 8 weeks. Contact local sales office for committed delivery.
d
Nominal 60 Hz capacitor current draw based on indicated kVAR and voltage ratings. Consult all applicable electric codes for proper sizing of cables and upstream disconnect.
e
Top entry is standard. For bottom entry, consult your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office.
f
All trip modules are equipped with dial pick-up settings.
g
For dimensions, see page 4-34.
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POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
•
Modularized construction: Units are free standing, modularized “MCC style” in ASA 49 gray. Sections are ganged together as
required with a maximum 300 kVAR per section at 480 V. Key operated latching is standard. Units are NEMA Type 1 standard, with
NEMA Type 3R available upon request (NEMA Type 12 is not available). Top entry, main lugs or main breaker is standard. Bottom
entry is optional.
Robust design: Capacitor modules are designed with higher than standard voltage and current ratings to provide long life on
systems with high harmonic energies. Reactors are designed to operate at 115°C rise over a maximum 40°C ambient.
Advanced Safety Features: In addition to the standard safety features designed into the AV4000/5000 systems, the Reactors in
the AV6000 have an embedded thermistor temperature detector. The stage will shut down and annunciate if the reactor should
overheat, usually a result of excessive harmonic energies.
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•
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LV Transient Free Reactive Compensation Capacitor Banks
Square D ReactiVar® Transient Free Reactive Compensation (TFRC) anti-resonant
(AT6000)Systems are ideally suited for use on electrical systems where connected
equipment is extremely sensitive to variations in the supply voltage.
The problem: Capacitor systems featuring electromechanical contactors generate voltage
transients on the electrical network when switching capacitor stages on/off, even when
current limiting or tuning reactors are employed. Transients can impair the operation of
sensitive equipment, including programmable logic controllers, variable speed drives,
computers and UPS systems. In sensitive networks such as hospitals, data processing
centers, airports and many manufacturing environments, any transient, however slight, may
not be acceptable.
The solution: Transient free reactive compensation systems utilize electronic switching
elements to energize capacitor stages. Switching occurs when the capacitor residual
voltage matches the network voltage. The result is reactive compensation without
generating voltage transients. The Anti-Resonant design allows for installation in harmonic
rich environments which are typical with electronic loads.
Application Notes
1.
2.
3.
•
•
.
Table 4.47:
Standard Features and
Available Options
AT6000
Silver flashed copper bus
X
Copper power and control wiring
X
Solid state capacitor switching modules
X
Heavy duty capacitor elements
X
Iron core tuning reactors
X
Forced air ventilation
X
Varlogic™ N12 Controller
X
Varlogic NRC12 Controller
O
Split core CTs for incoming service
a
CT shorting blocks
X
Incoming section with main lugs
X
Incoming section with main circuit breaker
O
Top entry
X
Bottom entry
O
Type 1 enclosure (ASA 61 grey)
X
Type 3R (ASA 49 grey)
O
Other voltages or frequencies
O
Note: X=Standard feature
Note: O=Available option–contact your nearest Square D/Schneider
Electric sales office for pricing
a
Required, but must be ordered separately.
Table 4.48:
AT6000 Seriesf
•
•
•
•
A remote current transformer for each unit must be located on the bus/cable at the main service
entrance terminal compartment—installed on the “A” phase. CTs are sold separately. To order,
refer to CT Selection Guide on page 34.
It is imperative to ensure that no other capacitors (fixed or automatic) are connected to the same
network as the AT6000 TFRC System
Additional capacitors on the network can lead to network resonance. Applying capacitors to a
network containing harmonic producing loads warrants special consideration. It is highly
recommended that you contact the Square D Power Quality Correction Group for application
assistance. When calling for assistance, please have the following information available:
12 months of utility billing information
A single line diagram of the network showing the nature of loads
(e.g. 150 hp FVNR starters; 200 hp VFD; etc.)
Transformer(s) kVA rating and percent impedance (%Z)
Primary & secondary voltages
Location of utility metering
Size, type and location of any existing capacitors
Application Assistance
The Square D Power Quality Correction Group provides engineering assistance for the
application of capacitors in harmonic rich environments. Specialists at Square D can assess
the likelihood of application problems and arrange for more detailed study if required.
Solutions can include computer modeling and system simulation. Our application engineers
can make all the arrangements for system studies, custom engineering, installation and
commissioning, as required by the application.
480 Voltb, 3 Phase, 60 Hz
4
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
4-32
Main Lugs
NEMA Type 1c
Main Lugs or Main Circuit Breaker—CTs sold separately. See page 4-34 g
Standard Lugs Recommended Minimum Size Protection Recommended Minimum
Ratingd @480 V
Providedb
Cable Ampacityd 135%
Rated Current
Catalog No.e
$ Price
Encl.
Catalog No.e
$ Price
Encl. (Qty x kcmil)
Fuse
Breaker/Trip
300
2x150
AT030046AABF8N
58058.00
8
BT030046AABF8N
66183.00
8
4x500
600
800/600
535
375
1x75, 2x150 AT037546CAAF8N
72409.00
8
BT037546CAAF8N
79892.00
8
4x500
800
800/800
668
450
3x150
AT045046AABF8N
81744.00
8
BT045046AABF8N
88022.00
8
4x500
900
1200/900
802
600
4x150
AT060046AABFAN 101601.00
9
BT060046AABFAN 116639.00
9
6x500
1200
1200/1200
1069
750
5x150
AT075046AABFAN 122441.00
9
BT075046AABFAN 134152.00
9
6x500
1500
1600/1500
1337
900
6x150
AT090046AABFAN 141252.00
9
BT090046AABFAN 158676.00
9
6x500
1800
2000/1800
1604
b
For larger sizes or 240 V systems contact your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office. See page 4-33 for Medium Voltage Systems.
c
Only Type 1 Indoor enclosure available. For dimensions, see page 4-34.
d
Consult local Electrical Codes for proper sizing of molded case circuit breakers, disconnect switches and cables.
e
Top entry is standard. For alternate entry, consult your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office.
f
Order only. Typical delivery is 8-10 weeks. Contact local sales office for committed delivery.
g
One remote current transformer must be located on the bus/cable at the main service entrance terminal compartment, “A” phase. CTs sold separately. See page 4-34.
KVAR
Ratingb (QtySteps
x kVAR)
@480 V
Main Circuit Breaker
NEMA Type 1c
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FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
NOTE: Power factor correction, harmonic mitigation, and voltage support in medium
voltage electrical systems. Custom engineered for steady and rapidly
fluctuating loads.
ReactiVar® Medium Voltage Fixed Power Factor Capacitors
The ReactiVar MVC fixed capacitors are ideally suited for power factor correction in
applications where the load does not change or where the capacitor is switched with the
load, such as the load side of a motor contactor. ReactiVar capacitors are available up to
300 kVAR as individual units, and up to 600 kVAR in banks. Unfused or fused (2 fuses)
assemblies are available. Other ranges available upon request.
Features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MVC systems are suitable for
power factor correction of steady
harmonic-free motor loads.
Fused and unfused applications
Standard rating up to 600 kVAR, 4800 V (for specials, consult factory)
Metallized polypropylene film capacitors for low dielectric loss
Internally mounted discharge resistors
Operating temperature range of –25°C to +45°C
Built to applicable NEMA, IEEE, and IEC standards
Available in indoor (Type 1/12) and outdoor (Type 3R) enclosures
Painted ASA 61 gray
Lead time: 12–14 weeks typical (consult factory for committed delivery)
Prices & assistance: Call PQc Group at (905) 678-6699 or email
[email protected]
ReactiVar Medium Voltage Metal Enclosed Automatic Capacitor Banks
(MV5000/MV6000/MV7000)
The ReactiVar medium voltage automatic capacitor banks are ideally suited for centralized
power factor correction and/or harmonic filtering in applications where plant loading is
constantly changing, resulting in the need for varying amounts of reactive power. All MV
capacitor systems are a custom-engineered to meet project specific application and
installation needs.
Features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Lead time: 12–16 weeks typical (consult factory for committed delivery)
Prices & assistance: Call PQc Group at (905) 678-6699 or email
[email protected]
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POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
MV5000 systems are suitable for use where
harmonic generating loads are less than 15% of
the total connected load.
MV6000 systems are suitable for use where
harmonic generating loads are less than 50% of
the total connected load.
MV7000 systems are suitable for use where
harmonic generating loads exceed 50% of the
total connected load.
MVHVC High-Speed compensation systems are
designed for compensation of rapidly
fluctuating loads
Standard metal enclosures available up to 20,000 kVAR, 5/15 kV, 50/60 Hz
The Square D HVL load interrupter switch (fused or unfused)
Externally fused Merlin Gerin PROPIVAR (or equivalent) or Cooper capacitors with excellent life due
to high temperature withstand, small temperature rise, chemical stability, overvoltage and
overcurrent withstand. (Internally fused capacitor available upon request)
Three-bushing capacitor cells connected in delta available up to 5 kV. Two-bushing capacitor cells
connected in ungrounded wye for higher voltages
Current limiting capacitor fuses with blown fuse pop-up indicators
current limiting reactors in multistage-step MV5000 standard systems to limit high capacitor inrush
currents
Iron core reactors in MV6000 de-tune banks to prevent parallel resonance
Heavy-duty iron core reactors in MV7000 filtered banks for effective 5th harmonic filtering.
Available in Type 1 indoor and 3R outdoor enclosure types
Key interlocking system forces sequential operation of the controls, non-load break switch (or circuit
breaker) and ground switches
Superior Square D Varlogic™ microprocessor based power factor controller
The Merlin Gerin SEPAM protective relaying.
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FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
CT Selection Guide for Class 5830, 5860, 5870
and 5880
Main Transformer
Main Breaker
The current transformer is located on a phase A bus or
cable at the main service entrance as illustrated in
Diagram 1. The CT should be sized for the maximum load
current. The CT should be installed upstream of the
capacitor bank and plant loads to measure the combined
current.
CT catalog number: TRAI••••SCc c where •••• is
current rating code of bus/cable and c c is window size
code. Codes are listed in table to the right.
e.g. TRAI1000SC07 is a CT for 1000 A bus with 7"x4"
window.
Unit Price: $673.
External Current
Transformer
Ratio XXXX/5
Sub 600 kVAR Sub
Feed Automatic Feed
Capacitor
Bank
Sub
Feed
Sub
Feed
Single Line (Typical)
Diagram 1
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
23.50
Table 4.49:
Current Rating of Bus/Cable
Amperes
300
400
500
600
750
800
1000
1200
1500
1600
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
5000
6000
0300
0400
0500
0600
0750
0800
1000
1200
1500
1600
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
5000
6000
7" x 4" Size Code 11" x 4" Size Code
c c
c c
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
07
11
N/A
11
N/A
11
••••
32.00
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
8.05
Window Size
Rating Code
TOP VIEW
8.02
TOP VIEW
44.28
60.00
REMOVABLE
LIFTING
LUGS
SUPPLIED BUT
FIELD FITTED
CABLE ENTRY
BOX C/W
REMOVABLE
CABLE ENTRY
PLATE QTY (1)
36 MIN. CLEARANCE
36. MIN. CLEARANCE
REMOVABLE
LIFTING LUGS
18.00
AIR
FLOW
62.42
AIR
FLOW
91.50
23.50
66.26
21.43
Figure 1—AV4000
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
23.50
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
8.05
29.43
32.00
Figure 4—AT6000
44.29
44.29
36 MIN. CLEARANCE
SUPPLIED BUT
FIELD FITTED
CABLE ENTRY
REMOVABLE
BOX C/W
LIFTING LUGS
REMOVABLE
CABLE ENTRY
PLATE QTY (1)
36 MIN. CLEARANCE
SUPPLIED BUT
FIELD FITTED
CABLE ENTRY
BOX C/W
REMOVABLE
CABLE ENTRY
PLATE QTY (1)
13.00
13.00
AIR FLOW
32.00
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
32.00
60.00
AIR FLOW
93.44
91.44
91.44
SUPPLIED BUT
FIELD FITTED
CABLE ENTRY
BOX C/W
REMOVABLE
CABLE ENTRY
PLATE QTY (1)
36. MIN. CLEARANCE
REMOVABLE
LIFTING LUGS
18.00
AIR FLOW
21.43
23.50
23.50
23.50
Figure 2—AV5000
93.50
91.50
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
24 MIN. CLEARANCE
8.05
4
52.29
32.00
52.29
29.43
32.00
Figure 5—AT6000 (2 Section)
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
36 MIN. CLEARANCE
SUPPLIED BUT
FIELD FITTED
CABLE ENTRY
BOX C/W
REMOVABLE
CABLE ENTRY
PLATE QTY (1)
13.00
AIR FLOW
AIR FLOW
REMOVABLE
LIFTING LUGS
36 MIN. CLEARANCE
SUPPLIED BUT
FIELD FITTED
CABLE ENTRY
BOX C/W
REMOVABLE
CABLE ENTRY
PLATE QTY (1)
Enclosure Dimensions
Table 4.50:
Type
Figure
Sections
Dimensions “B” (Width)
IN
mm
1
1
1
23.5
597
2
2
1
23.5
597
AV5000
3
2
2
47.0
1194
4
3
1
23.5
597
AV6000 &
5
3
2
47.0
1194
AV7000
6
3
3
70.5
1791
7
3
4
94.0
2388
8
4
1
32.0
813
AT6000
9
5
2
64.0
1626
a
Dimensions provided are approximate only. Do not use for
construction. For actual dimensions, contact your nearest Square
D/Schneider Electric sales office.
93.44
91.44
29.43
23.500
23.500
70.50
Figure 3—AV6000
4-34
Encl.
AV4000
AIR FLOW
23.50
Dimensionsa
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AccuSine® PCS AHF
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Class 5820
FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
The problem:
High levels of harmonics generated by non-linear loads can have significant negative
impact in the facility electrical system. It can cause malfunction of the equipment, disrupt
plant operation, thus, resulting loss of productivity.
Harmonic filtering:
The AccuSine Power Correction System (PCS) is Active Harmonic Filter (AHF) which
actively injects opposite harmonics current on the source side of the load and it:
•
•
•
•
•
Decreases harmonic related overheating of cables, switchgear and transformers
Reduces downtime caused by nuisance thermal tripping of protective devices
Increases electrical network reliability and reduces operating costs
Corrects to the 50th harmonic, reduce harmonics level to meet IEEE 519, IEC 61000 3-4, and
UK G5/4-1 standards.
Compensates entire network or specific loads depending on installation point
Power Factor Correction and Dynamic VAR Compensation:
AccuSine PCS features a 100 microsecond response providing for dynamic VAR injection
to reduce voltage sags created by inductive load switching. In addition, AccuSine PCS can
inject peak current at 2.25 times its rms current rating for 3 cycles. AccuSine PCS can also
operate in a dual mode where current is first injected to reduce hamonics and any excess
current capacity is used to improve the power factor.
Other Features:
•
•
•
•
•
Independent phase compensation
UL, CE, ABS, and CSA approved
Parallel connection allows for easy retrofit and installation of multiple units for large networks
Response to load fluctuations begins in 100 microseconds with 1/2 cycle for full response to step
load changes
50, 100 and 300 A models for 208–480 V. Other voltages available.
Accusine PCS Sizing
For proper sizing of AccuSine units, contact the Square D/Schneider Electric Power Quality
Correction Group at (905) 678-6699. To expedite the product selection process, please
have a single line diagram and/or details of the application including sizes of transformers,
non-linear and linear loads, and any existing filters and capacitors.
Table 4.51:
208 V
400V
480 V
50
18
34.6
41.6
100
36
69.2
83.1
300
108
207.8
249.4
Rated
Current
A (rms)
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Catalog
No.
PCS050D5N1
PCS050D5N12
PCS100D5N1
PCS100D5N12
PCS300D5N1
PCS300D5N12
$ Price
23269.00
35825.00
36754.00
44518.00
73534.00
88227.00
Exterior Dimensionsc
Rating
Style
Cable Entry
NEMA 1
NEMA12
NEMA 1
NEMA12
NEMA 1
NEMA12
Wall Mount
Floor Standinge
Wall Mount þ
Bottom þ
Top/Bottom
Bottom þ
Top/Bottom
Top þ
Top/Bottom
Floor Standinge
H
IN
48
75
65
75
75
91
W
mm
1219
1900
1650
1913
1900
2300
IN
21
31
21
31
31
39
Weightc
Lbs (kg)
D
mm
526
800
526
800
800
1000
IN
19
24
19
24
20
32
mm
470
600
475
600
500
805
250 (114)
661 (300)
350 (159)
771 (350)
775 (352)
1212 (552)
AccuSine—208–480 Va, 50/60 Hzb IP ratedd
Max. Reactive
Power (kVAR)
208 V
400V
Enclosure
Frequency
(Hz)
Catalog
No.
$ Price
480 V
Rating
Style
Exterior Dimensionsc
Cable Entry
H
IN
W
mm
IN
Weightc
Lbs (kg)
D
mm
IN
mm
50
PCS050D5IP305
39060.00
IP30
50
PCS050D5IP545
41229.00
IP54
50
PCS050D5CE305
42538.00
IP30 (CE certified)
50
PCS050D5CE545
44707.00
IP54 (CE certified)
50
18.0
34.6
41.6
Floor Standinge Top/Bottom 75 1900 31
800
24
600
661 (300)
60
PCS050D5IP306
39060.00
IP30
60
PCS050D5IP546
41229.00
IP54
60
PCS050D5CE306
42538.00
IP30 (CE certified)
60
PCS050D5CE546
44707.00
IP54 (CE certified)
50
PCS100D5IP305
47932.00
IP30
50
PCS100D5IP545
50752.00
IP54
50
PCS100D5CE305
52493.00
IP30 (CE certified)
50
PCS100D5CE545
55313.00
IP54 (CE certified)
100
36
69.2
83.1
Floor Standinge Top/Bottom 75 1900 31
800
24
600
7
60
PCS100D5IP306
47932.00
IP30
60
PCS100D5IP546
50752.00
IP54
60
PCS100D5CE306
52493.00
IP30 (CE certified)
60
PCS100D5CE546
55313.00
IP54 (CE certified)
50
PCS300D5IP305
91974.00
IP30
50
PCS300D5IP545
97946.00
IP54
50
PCS300D5CE305
99195.00
IP30 (CE certified)
50
PCS300D5CE545
110217.00
IP54 (CE certified)
300
108
207.8 249.4
Floor Standinge Top/Bottom 91 2300 39 1000
32
805 1212 (550)
60
PCS300D5IP306
91974.00
IP30
60
PCS300D5IP546
97946.00
IP54
60
PCS300D5CE306
99195.00
IP30 (CE certified)
60
PCS300D5CE546
110217.00
IP54 (CE certified)
a
Other voltages available. Contact your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office. Multiple units can be connected in parallel.
b
Two remote 400 Hz rated current transformers required for three phase loads. Three remote 400 Hz rated CTs required when single phase loads are present. Select proper CTs per table in
section 4-36.
c
Dimensions and weights are approximate. Do not use for construction. For actual dimensions, contact your nearest Square D/Schneider Electric sales office.
d
Anti-runaway feature included. CE certified unit meets EMC directive 89/336 EEC.
e
A main disconnect is included in all floor standing units.
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Discount
Schedule
Modified
10/4/07
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POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
Table 4.52:
Enclosure
Frequency
(Hz)
4
Rated
Current
A (rms)
AccuSine—208–480 Va, 50/60 Hzb NEMA rated
Max. Reactive
Power (kVAR)
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AccuSine® PCS AHF
Hybrid VAR Compensator (HVC)
Class 5890
www.reactivar.com
FOR CURRENT INFORMATION
The Hybrid VAR Compensator (HVC) is ideally suited for industrial facilities with power
quality or production problems caused by rapidly changing load demands typical of highly
cyclical loads such as welders, mining conveyors and heavy stamping machines.
Main
Breaker
(Optional)
The problem:
Traditional capacitor systems have a minimum response time of five to ten seconds for load
fluctuations. As a result of this limitation, uncompensated faster loads can produce voltage
instability, voltage flicker, increased losses and poor power factor which reduces the electric
supply capacity. Problems can often be seen inside the facility, on the utility feeder to the
facility or in neighboring facilities. Problems can include:
•
•
•
•
•
AccuSine
EVC
100 kVAR
100 kVAR
100 kVAR
300 Ampere
PASSIVE
ACTIVE
HVC Topology (Typical)
•
•
Poor weld quality or reduced weld line productivity (due to restrikes or interlock
weld controls)
Failure to start motor loads (due to voltage sag on startup)
Undervoltage tripping of sensitive loads (Robots, PLCs, VFDs)
Lighting flicker and/or HID lighting shutdown
Overloaded distribution equipment (cyclical current pulses may exceed the rated
current of the distribution equipment)
Poor power factor and associated utility demand charges
High harmonic levels
Ultra-Fast Reactive Power Solution:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The Hybrid VAR Compensator is ideally suited for power factor correction and voltage sag support
in many applications where conventional systems are not suitable:
One cycle or less for full response
Infinite VAR resolution
Compensates for large inductive inrush currents
Transient free compensation
Improves voltage regulation
Reduces flicker
HVC systems can alleviate any of the problems created by cyclical loads that require large
amounts or reactive power for short duration.
Unique, cost-effective construction:
HVC systems couple a detuned capacitor system (fixed, contactor or power electronic
switched) with the AccuSine® Electronic VAR Control (EVC) unit. The Accusine EVC is able
to inject leading or lagging VARs to provide variable compensation over the operating
rating. For example, coupling a 500 kVAR fixed detuned bank with a 300 A Accusine EVC
yields an HVC that can provide reactive compensation between 250 kVAR and 750 kVAR.
Custom Designed Solution:
Sizing of the HVC will often require a site visit by Square D Power Quality Correction Group
technicians to take real-time measurements of the network. Please contact the PQc group
at (905)678-6699 or email [email protected]
Round Split-Core Selection:
1.25
32
D
Three CT’s required for networks with line-neutral loads. Two remote current transformers
required for three phase loads. For installations requiring parallel connection of multiple
AccuSine for increased correction capacity, special considerations may be required.
Contact the Square D Power Quality Correction Group for details.
Table 4.53:
Ampacity
4
1.50
38
POWER MONITORING AND
CONTROL
4-36
A
Catalog No.
$ Price
Dimensions (IN)
A (ID)
D (OD)
500
CT500SC
642.00
4.0
6.5
1000
CT1000SC
642.00
4.0
6.5
3000
CT3000SC
800.00
6.0
8.5
5000
CTFCL500058 1082.00
8.0
10.5
Note: Rectangular CTs also available; contact PQC group.
Modified
10/4/07
Weight
(lbs.)
Accuracy
Burden
Capacity
Secondary
Current
3.5
3.5
4.25
5.5
2%
1%
1%
1%
3 VA
10 VA
45 VA
45 VA
5A
5A
5A
5A
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A
I
accessories
Sepam series 4-26
AccuSine AHF 4-35– 4-36
dynamic VAR compensation
4-35–
4-36
analysis and consulting 4-20
application
Sepam series 4-25
arc flash analysis
4-20
automation power system 4-21
ION EEM enterprise energy
management software 416
ION enterprise operations
software, PowerLogic 4-4
ION enterprise software ordering
information
meter selection 4-5
ION power and energy meter,
PowerLogic 4-6– 4-7
C
M
capacitor banks
4-32
capacitor systems medium
voltage
4-33
circuit monitor, PowerLogic 4-11
circuit monitor, PowerLogic 4-10
consulting, analysis 4-20
medium voltage
capacitor systems 4-33
meter comparison chart
SMS ordering information 49
meter selection
ION enterprise software
ordering information
4-5
SMS ordering information 49
metering
4-11
E
enclosure dimensions
PFC capacitor banks 4-34
energy meters
power meters
4-6
engineering services, PowerLogic
4-21, 4-23
Ethernet-Modbus®/TCP
networks
4-19
N
network components, Webenabled
4-19
F
P
factory assembled enclosures,
PowerLogic 4-22
PFC capacitor banks
anti-resonant and filtering
automatic, main lugs
and circuit breaker 431
H
hybrid VAR compensator (HVC)
4-36
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automatic, main lugs or main
circuit breakers 4-30
enclosure dimensions 4-34
transient free reactive
compensation 4-32
power meters energy meters 4-6
power meters PowerLogic 4-10
power system automation 4-21
PowerLogic
4-2
circuit monitor 4-10– 4-11
engineering services 4-21,
4-23
factory assembled
enclosures 4-22
instrument
transformer services 418
ION Enterprise operations
software
4-4
ION power and energy meter
4-6–
4-7
power meter
4-10
system integration 4-21
total energy control 4-21
PowerLogic Ethernet Gateways
4-19
pricing
Sepam series 4-26
R
relays
Sepam series digital
protective 4-24
selection tables
Sepam series 4-25
Sepam series
accessories
4-26
applications
4-25
digital protective relay 4-24
pricing
4-26
selection example 4-27
selection table 4-25
SMS ordering information
meter comparison chart 4-9
meter selection 4-9
solutions, utilities
4-17
submetering
4-15
system integration, PowerLogic
4-21
T
total energy control, PowerLogic
4-21
U
utilities, solutions
4-17
V
VAR compensator (HVC) hybrid
4-36
W
Web-enabled network
components 4-19
S
selection information
Sepam series 4-27
1-1
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