GEK-113017

GEK-113017
EPM 9650/9800
Meters
HIGH PERFORMANCE SCADA MONITORS
Modbus Protocol & Register Map
for EPM 9650/9800 Meters
July 24, 2006
Doc # GEK-113017
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GE Multilin
NORTH AMERICA
215 Anderson Avenue, Markham, Ontario L6E 1B3 Canada
Internet: http: www.Geindustrial.com/multilin
EPM 9650/9800 Meters
Modbus Protocol & Register Map
Published by:
GE Multilin
215 Anderson Avenue
Markham, Ontario
L6E 1B3 Canada
All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reproduced or
transmitted in any form or by any
means, electronic or mechanical,
including photocopying, recording,
or information storage or retrieval
systems or any future forms of
duplication, for any purpose other
than the purchaser’s use, without the
expressed written permission of GE
Multilin.
NOTE: For other meters, refer to
the Modbus Protocol Map for the
meter in use.
© 2006
GE Multilin
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Customer Service and Support
Customer service and support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please have the model, serial
number and a detailed problem description available. If the problem concerns a particular reading,
please have all meter readings available. For customer or technical assistance, call:1-888-GE4SERVICE
(1-888-434-7378)..
Product Warranty
GE warrants all products to be free from defects in material, workmanship and title and will be of the
kind and quality specified in GE’s written description in the manual. The foregoing shall apply only to
failures to meet said warranties which appear within one year from the date of shipping. During the warranty period, GE will, at its option, either repair or replace any product that proves to be defective.
Limitation of Warranty
This warranty does not apply to defects resulting from unauthorized modification, misuse or use for any
reason other than electrical power monitoring. Our products are not to be used for primary over-current
protection. Any protection feature in our products is to be used for alarm or secondary protection only.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. GE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY PENAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY AUTHORIZED OR UNAUTHORIZED USE
OF ANY GE PRODUCT. LIABILITY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE ORIGINAL COST OF THE
PRODUCT SOLD.
Statement of Calibration
Our instruments are inspected and tested in accordance with specifications published by an independent
testing facility. The accuracy and a calibration of our instruments are traceable to the National Institute
of Standards and Technology through equipment that is calibrated at planned intervals by comparison to
certified standards.
Disclaimer
The information presented in this publication has been carefully checked for reliability; however, no
responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. The information contained in this document is subject to
change without notice.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Modbus Protocol Overview
1.1: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2: Communication Packets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3: Slave Address and Broadcast Request . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4: Function Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4.1: Function Code 03—Read Holding Registers . . . . . . . .
1.4.2: Function Code 06—Preset Single Register . . . . . . . .
1.4.3: Function Code 10—Preset Multiple Registers . . . . . . .
1.4.4: Data Starting Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.5: CRC (Error Checksum) Algorithm . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.6: Dead Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.7: Exception Response (Error Codes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.8: Modbus Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.8.1: Function Code 23H - Read Holding Registers Multiple Times
1.8.2: Function Code 42H - Encapsulated DNP for LAN/WAN . .
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. 1-1
. 1-1
. 1-1
. 1-2
. 1-2
. 1-3
. 1-3
. 1-3
. 1-4
. 1-5
. 1-5
. 1-6
. 1-7
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Chapter 2: EPM Modbus Register Map
Device Identification Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Real Time Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
1 Cycle Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Tenth Second Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
One Second Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Thermal Average Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Maximum Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Minimum Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Maximum Time Stamp Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Minimum Time Stamp Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
Energy Block (Secondary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Harmonic Magnitude Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Harmonic Phase Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-36
THD/K-Factor Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-59
Harmonic Time Stamp Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-59
Phase Angle Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-60
Block Window Average Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-60
Rolling Window/Predictive Rolling Window Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-61
Limit Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-62
Digital Input Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-62
Primary Accumulation Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-63
Time of Use Period Time Stamp Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-64
Time of Use Frozen Register 1 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-65
Time of Use Frozen Register 2 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-66
Time of Use Frozen Register 3 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-66
Time of Use Frozen Register 4 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-67
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Time of Use Frozen Register 5 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Frozen Register 6 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Frozen Register 7 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Frozen Register 8 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Frozen Total Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 1 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 2 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 3 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 4 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 5 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 6 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 7 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Register 8 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Total Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 1 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 2 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 3 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 4 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 5 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 6 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 7 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Register 8 Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Total Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 1 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 2 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 3 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 4 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 5 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 6 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 7 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Register 8 Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Total Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Frozen Label Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Prior Month Label Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Active Label Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of Use Current Month Label Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average/Max Block Window Average
Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Input Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit Combination Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relay Logic Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset Time Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miscellaneous Flags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test Mode Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KYZ Output Accumulation Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input Module Data Status Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flicker Status Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Instantaneous Flicker Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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. 2-75
. 2-75
. 2-76
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. 2-77
. 2-78
. 2-78
. 2-79
. 2-80
. 2-80
. 2-81
. 2-82
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. 2-83
. 2-83
. 2-84
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. 2-85
. 2-86
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. 2-89
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. 2-91
. 2-91
. 2-92
. 2-92
. 2-93
. 2-93
. 2-93
. 2-93
. 2-94
. 2-94
. 2-94
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Short Term Flicker Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-94
Long Term Flicker Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-95
Additional Energy Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-95
Energy and Pulses in the Interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-96
Flicker Countdown Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-98
Cumulative Demand Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-98
Time of Use Active Cumulative Demand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-98
Time of Use Current Month Cumulative Demand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-99
Time of Use Active Continuous Cumulative Demand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-100
Time of Use Current Month Continuous Cumulative Demand . . . . . . . . . . 2-100
Log Index Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-101
Uncompensated and Q Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-101
Scaled Energy Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-102
Total Average Power Factor Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-105
Reset Active TOU Time Stamp Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
Negative Maximum Pulse Aggregation Average Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
Scratchpad Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
Master Device Data Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
Customized Modbus Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
Enhanced Factory Settings Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
Enhanced Programmable Settings Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
TOU Calendar Header Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-106
TOU Calendar Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-108
Time of Use Calendar Window 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-108
Time of Use Calendar Window 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-111
Time of Use Calendar Window 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-115
Time of Use Calendar Window 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-119
Time of Use Calendar Window 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-123
Time of Use Calendar Window 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-126
Time of Use Calendar Window 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-126
Time of Use Upload Calendar Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-127
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-127
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-127
Limit Trigger Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-128
Limit Snapshot Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-128
Digital Input Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-128
Digital Input Snapshot Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-128
Digital Output Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-129
Digital Output Snapshot Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-129
Flicker Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-129
Waveform Trigger Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-129
System Event Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-130
Waveform Samples Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-130
PQ (CBEMA) Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-130
Reset Log Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-131
External Device Info Block Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-131
External Device Programming Block Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-131
Device History Block Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-131
Direct Memory Access Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-132
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Window Index Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Window Mode Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Window Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auto Increment Window Block . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Port Control Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Energy Preset Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programmable Settings Block . . . . . . . . . .
Communications Settings Block . . . . . . .
Limit Settings Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Historical Log Settings Block . . . . . . . .
Waveform/CBEMA Settings Block . . . . . .
Highspeed Input Settings Block . . . . . . .
External Digital Input Module Settings Block .
External Digital Output Module Settings Block
External Analog Input Module Settings Block .
External Analog Output Module Settings Block
External KYZ Output Module Settings Block .
CT & PT Ratio Settings Block . . . . . . . .
Hookup and Time Settings Block . . . . . .
Average Settings Block . . . . . . . . . . .
Exception Profile Block . . . . . . . . . .
Device Label Settings Block . . . . . . . . .
Network Settings Block . . . . . . . . . . .
Block Window Average External Sync Block .
Display Configuration Block . . . . . . . .
Energy Direction Block . . . . . . . . . . .
Test Mode Configuration Block . . . . . . .
Full Scale Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Module Software Interface Block . .
External Module Port Assignment Block . . .
Manual Control Relay Block . . . . . . . .
Internal Pulse Accumulations Scale Factor Block
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. 2-139
. 2-147
. 2-148
. 2-150
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. 2-156
. 2-156
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. 2-157
. 2-157
. 2-157
. 2-158
. 2-158
. 2-158
I t and V t Threshold Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Internal KYZ Settings Block (EPM 9800) . . . . . . . . .
Internal Input Pulse Accumulations Unit Label Block . . . .
ElectroLogic Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit Profile Label Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Analog Output Module Channel Update Block . . .
DNP Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miscellaneous DNP Settings Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Custom DNP Definition Block for Analog Input (Object 30) .
Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Counter (Object 20)
Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Input (Object 1) .
Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Output (Object 10)
Custom DNP Definition Block for Global Values . . . . . .
Analog Input Scaling Factors Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Input Labels Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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External Digital Input Module Labels Block .
External Digital Output Module Labels Block
Internal Modem Card Settings Block . . . .
Customizable Modbus Map Settings Block . .
Network Settings 10/100 Card . . . . . . .
Auto TFTP Download Settings . . . .
Email Client Settings . . . . . . . . .
FTP Client Settings . . . . . . . . .
GE EGD Protocol . . . . . . . . . .
DNP LAN/WAN . . . . . . . . . . .
Customizable Modbus Map Format Block . .
Energy Scale Settings . . . . . . . . . . .
Update Settings Block . . . . . . . . . .
12-bit RTU Block . . . . . . . . . . . .
Action Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Factory Calibration Block . . . . . . . . .
CTPT Compensation Calibration Block . . .
Calibration Modification Block . . . . . . .
Operational Communication Settings Block .
Diagnostic Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Device Identification Block 2 . . . . . . .
DSP Diagnostic Block . . . . . . . . . .
Password Block . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dynamic Configuration Block . . . . . . .
Hardware Options Block . . . . . . . . .
Flash Control Block . . . . . . . . . . .
Enhansed Serial Number . . . . . . . . .
Serial Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3: Communication Data Formats
3.1: Type F1 Null Terminated ASCII String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.2: Type F2 Fixed Length ASCII String . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.3: Type F3 Time Stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
3.4: Type F4 Day of Week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
3.5: Type F5 Secondary 1 Cycle RMS Voltage or Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
3.6: Type F6 High Speed Input Delta and Current State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
3.7: Type F7 Secondary Voltage, Current, VA, VAR, Wattage or Frequency . . . . . 3-6
3.8: Type F8 Power Factor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
3.9: Type F9 Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
3.10: Type F10 Percentage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
3.11: Type F11 Energy Counter (Packed BCD / Secondary) . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
3.12: Type F12 Energy Counter (Binary / Secondary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
3.13: Type F13 Phase Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
3.14: Type F14 Average Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
3.15: Type F15 Limit States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
3.16: Type F16 Low Speed Input States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
3.17: Type F17 External Digital Input States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
3.18: Type F18 External Input Accumulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
3.19: Type F19 Energy Counter (Packed BCD / Primary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
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3.21: Type F21
3.22: Type F22
3.23: Type F23
3.24: Type F24
3.25: Type F25
3.26: Type F26
3.27: Type F27
3.28: Type F28
3.29: Type F29
3.30: Type F30
3.31: Type F31
3.32: Type F32
3.33: Type F33
3.34: Type F34
3.35: Type F35
3.36: Type F36
3.37: Type F37
3.38: Type F38
3.39: Type F39
3.40: Type F40
3.41: Type F41
3.42: Type F42
3.43: Type F43
3.44: Type F44
3.45: Type F45
3.46: Type F46
3.47: Type F47
3.48: Type F48
3.49: Type F49
3.50: Type F50
3.51: Type F51
3.52: Type F52
3.53: Type F53
3.54: Type F54
3.55: Type F55
3.56: Type F56
3.57: Type F57
3.58: Type F58
3.59: Type F59
3.60: Type F60
3.61: Type F61
3.62: Type F62
3.63: Type F63
3.64: Type F64
3.65: Type F65
3.66: Type F66
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Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TOU Profile per Day . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TOU Profile Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TOU Daily Profile Register Assignment . . . . .
TOU Profile Monthly End Day . . . . . . . . .
TOU Calendar DST Enable / Average Selection . .
TOU Upload Calendar Window Sequence / Status .
TOU Upload Calendar Window ID . . . . . . .
TOU Upload Calendar Window Data . . . . . .
TOU Upload Calendar Window Checksum . . . .
TOU Calendar Selection . . . . . . . . . . . .
TOU Calendar Header Status / Year Status . . . .
Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Limit and Relay Logic States . . . . . . . . . .
Relay Delays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Desired Relay States . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Relays Pending Update . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shadowed Relay States . . . . . . . . . . . .
Confirmed Polled Relay States . . . . . . . . .
Valid Flags for Confirmed Relay States . . . . .
Locked Relays, Relays 1-16 . . . . . . . . . .
Locked Relay States . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miscellaneous Flags . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Input Module Data Status . . . . . . . .
Analog Input Module Data Status . . . . . . . .
High Byte of Modbus Register (Signed) . . . . .
High Byte of Modbus Register (Unsigned) . . . .
Low Byte of Modbus Register (Signed) . . . . .
Low Byte of Modbus Register (Unsigned) . . . .
Two-Byte (Signed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Two-Byte (Unsigned) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Four-Byte (Signed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Four-Byte (Unsigned) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eight-Byte (Signed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eight-Byte (Unsigned) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flicker Countdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accumulation in the Interval . . . . . . . . . .
12-bit RTU Sanity Register . . . . . . . . . . .
12-bit RTU Current, Voltage, W, VAR . . . . . .
Energy Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-bit RTU Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scaled Pulse Accumulation, Aggregation or Average
Log Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scaled Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scaled Energy Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4: Modbus Register Map Notes
4.1: Modbus Register Map Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Chapter 5: Logs, Port Control and Updating Programmable Settings
5.1: Downloading Logs—Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
5.1.1: Steps for Downloading a Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
5.1.2: Downloading Time Stamps with Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
5.1.3: Downloading Records with Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
5.1.4: Downloading Logs with Auto Index and Modbus Extensions . . . . . . . 5-8
5.2: Port Locking—Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
5.2.1: Sequence for Port Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
5.2.2: Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
5.2.3: Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
5.2.4: Port Unlocking Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
5.3: Updating Programmable Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
5.3.1: Sequence for Updating Programmable Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
5.4: Modifications to Time of Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13
5.5: Calibration Interface (Manual Adjustment, Direct Adjustment Interfaces) . . . 5-15
Chapter 6: EPM Log Formats
6.1: Log Formats Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.2: Historical Log 1 Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
6.3: Historical Log 2 Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.4: Limit Trigger Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
6.5: Limit Snapshot Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
6.6: Waveform Trigger Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
6.7: Waveform Samples Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
6.8: PQ (CBEMA) Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
6.9: Digital Input Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
6.10: Digital Input Snapshot Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-26
6.11: Digital Output Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-28
6.12: Digital Output Snapshot Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-32
6.13: Flicker Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-34
6.14: System Event Log Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-34
Chapter 7: EPM Programmable Settings Blocks
7.1: Communication Settings Block (45057-45074) . . . . . . .
7.2: Limit Settings Block (45077-45204) . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3: Historical Log Settings Block (45205-45464) . . . . . . . .
7.4: Waveform/CBEMA Settings Block (45465-45500) . . . . .
7.5: High Speed Inputs Settings Block (45501-45723) . . . . . .
7.6: External Digital Input Module Settings Block (45725-45728) .
7.7: External Digital Output Module Settings Block (45729-45808)
7.8: External Analog Input Module Settings Block (45809-45812) .
7.9: External Analog Output Module Settings Block (45813-45892)
7.10: External KYZ Output Module Settings Block (45893-45907)
7.11: CT and PT Ratio Settings Block (45909-45924) . . . . . .
7.12: Hookup and Time Settings Block (45925-45944) . . . . . .
7.13: Average Settings Block (45949-45952) . . . . . . . . . .
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7.14: Exception Profile Block (45953-45968) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
7.15: Device Label Settings Block (45969-45992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
7.16: Network Settings Block (45993-46016) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
7.17: Block Window Average External Synchronization Block (46017) . . . . . . . 7-11
7.18: Display Configuration Block (46018) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
7.19: Energy Direction Block (46019) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
7.20: Test Mode Configuration Block (46020) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
7.21: Full Scale Block (46021-46036) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
7.22: External Module Software Interface Block (46053-46196) . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
7.23: External Module Port Assignment Block (46197-46206) . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
7.24: Manual Control Relay Block (46207-46208) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
7.25: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor Block (46209-46325) . . . . . 7-14
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7.26: I t and V t Threshold Block (46326-46329) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.27: Internal KYZ Settings Block (46330-46372) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.28: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Unit Label Block (46373-46420) . . . . .
7.29: ElectroLogic Block (46421-46804) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.30: Limit Profile Label Block (46805-47060) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.31: External Analog Output Module Channel Update Block (47061-47062) . . .
7.32: Miscellaneous DNP Settings Block (47063-47104) . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.33: Custom DNP Definition Block for Analog Input (Object 30) (47105-47360) .
7.34: Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Counter (Object 20) (47361-47424)
7.35: Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Input (Object 1) (47425-47456) . .
7.36: Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Output (Object 10) (47457-47458) .
7.37: Custom DNP Definition Block for Global Values (47459-47463) . . . . . .
7.38: Analog Input Scaling Factors Block (48641-48768) . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.39: Analog Input Labels Block (48769-49024) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.40: External Digital Input Module Labels Block (49025-49792) . . . . . . . .
7.41: External Digital Output Module Labels Block (49793-450176) . . . . . . .
7.42: Internal Modem Card Settings Block (50177-50268) . . . . . . . . . . .
7.43: Customizable Modbus Map Settings Block (50273-50784) . . . . . . . . .
7.44: Auto TFTP Download Settings Block (Network 10/100 Card) (50785-50860) .
7.45: Email Client Settings (Network 10/100 Card) (50861-51020) . . . . . . . .
7.46: FTP Client (Network 10/100 Card) (51021-51148) . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.47: GE EGD Protocol (Network 10/100 Card) (51149-51154) . . . . . . . . .
7.48: DNP LAN/WAN (51157-51195) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.49: Customizable Modbus Map Format Block (51201-51712) . . . . . . . . .
7.50: Energy Scale Settings (51713-51738) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.51: Update Settings Block (52975-53248) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 8: Register Block Titles (with Descriptions)
8.1: Device Identification Block (00001-00080)
8.2: Real Time Block (00081-00089) . . . .
8.3: 1 Cycle Block (00090-00118) . . . . .
8.4: Tenth Second Block (00119-00175) . . .
8.5: One Second Block (00176-00235) . . .
8.6: Thermal Average Block (00236-00295) .
8.7: Maximum Block (00296-00396) . . . .
8.8: Minimum Block (00397-00497) . . . .
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8.9: Maximum Time Stamp Block (000498-00737) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
8.10: Minimum Time Stamp Block (00738-00977) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
8.11: Energy Block (Secondary) (00978-01021) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
8.12: Harmonic Magnitude Block (01022-01789) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.13: Harmonic Phase Block (01790-02557) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.14: THD/K-Factor Block (02558-02566) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.15: Harmonic Time Stamp Block (02567-02590) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.16: Phase Angle Block (02591-02604) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.17: Block Window Average Block (02605-02683) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.18: Rolling Window/Predictive Rolling Window Block (02684-02768) . . . . . . . 8-4
8.19: Limit Block (02769-02773) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
8.20: Digital Input Block (02774-02841) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
8.21: Primary Accumulation Block (02842-02973) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
8.22: TOU Period Time Stamp Block (02974-03040) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
8.23: TOU Frozen Block (03041-03584) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
8.24: TOU Frozen Total Block (03585-03652) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
8.25: TOU Prior Month Register Block (03653-04196) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
8.26: TOU Prior Month Total Block (04197-04264) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
8.27: TOU Active Register Block (04265-04808) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
8.28: TOU Active Total Block (04809-04876) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
8.29: TOU Current Month Register Block (04877-05420) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
8.30: TOU Current Month Total Block (05421-05488) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.31: TOU Frozen Label Block (05489-05552) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.32: TOU Prior Month Label Block (05553-05616) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.33: TOU Active Label Block (05617-05680) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.34: TOU Current Month Label Block (05681-05744) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.35: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Block (05745-05796) . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.36: Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average/Max Block (05797-05945) . . . . . 8-7
8.37: Temperature (05946) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
8.38: Analog Input Block (05947-05978) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
8.39: Limit Combination Block (05979-05980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
8.40: RelayLogic Block (05981-06014) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
8.41: Reset Time Block (06015-06038) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
8.42: Miscellaneous Flags Block (06039) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
8.43: Test Mode Block (06040-06096) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.44: KYZ Output Accumulation Block (06097-06110) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.45: Input Module Data Status Block (06111-06113) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.46: Flicker Status Block (06114-06126) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.47: Instantaneous Flicker Block (06127-06136) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.48: Short Term Flicker Block (06137-06186) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.49: Long Term Flicker Block (06187-06236) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.50: Additional Energy Block (06237-06392) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
8.51: Energy & Pulses in the Interval Block (06393-06488) . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
8.52: Flicker Countdown Block (06489-06490) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
8.53: Cumulative Demand Block (06491-06502) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
8.54: Time of Use Active Cumulative Demand Block (06503-06538) . . . . . . . . 8-10
8.55: Time of Use Current Month Cumulative Demand Block (06539-06574) . . . . 8-10
8.56: Time of Use Active Continuous Cumulative Demand Block (06575-06610) . . . 8-11
8.57: TOU Current Month Continuous Cumulative Demand Block (06611-06646) . . 8-11
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8.58: Log Index Block (06647-06664) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.59: Uncompensated & Q Block (06665-06670) . . . . . . . . .
8.60: Scaled Energy Block (06908-07829) . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.61: Total Average Power Factor Block (07830-07859) . . . . . . .
8.62: Reset Active TOU Time Stamp (07860-07863) . . . . . . . .
8.63: Negative Maximum Pulse Aggregation Avg Block (07864-07895)
8.64: Scratchpad Block (08193-08320) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.65: Master Device Data Block (08449-08704) . . . . . . . . . .
8.66: Customized Modbus Block (12289-14336) . . . . . . . . . .
8.67: Enhanced Factory Settings Block (16385-24576) . . . . . . .
8.68: Enhanced Programmable Settings Block (24577-32768) . . . .
8.69: TOU Calendar Header Block (34817-34918) . . . . . . . . .
8.70: TOU Calendar Block (34919-35800) . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.71: TOU Upload Calendar Block (36607-36736) . . . . . . . . .
8.72: Historical Log 1 Snapshot Header (36865-36882) . . . . . . .
8.73: Historical Log 2 Snapshot Header (36929-36946) . . . . . . .
8.74: Limit Trigger Log Header (36993-37010) . . . . . . . . . .
8.75: Limit Snapshot Log Header (37057-37074) . . . . . . . . .
8.76: Digital Input Log Header (37121-37138) . . . . . . . . . .
8.77: Digital Input Snapshot Log Header (37185-37202) . . . . . .
8.78: Digital Output Log Header (37249-37266) . . . . . . . . . .
8.79: Digital Output Snapshot Log Header (37313-37330) . . . . .
8.80: Flicker Log Header (37377-37394) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.81: Waveform Trigger Log Header (37441-37458) . . . . . . . .
8.82: System Event Log Header (37505-37522) . . . . . . . . . .
8.83: Waveform Samples Log Header (37569-37586) . . . . . . . .
8.84: PQ (CBEMA) Log Header (37633-37650) . . . . . . . . . .
8.85: Reset Log Header (37697-37714) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.86: External Device Info Block Header (37761-37778) . . . . . .
8.87: External Device Programming Block Header (37825-37842) . .
8.88: Device History Block Header (37889-37906) . . . . . . . . .
8.89: Direct Memory Access Header (37953-37970) . . . . . . . .
8.90: Window Index Block (38145-38162) . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.91: Window Mode Block (38209-38226) . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.92: Window Block (38273-39424) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.93: Auto Increment Window Block (39423-39488) . . . . . . . .
8.94: Alarm Block (40961-41105) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.95: Port Control Block (41729-44544) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.96: Energy Preset Block (44545-44549) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.97: 12-bit RTU Block (53249-53348) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.98: Action Block (Resetting EPM Registers) (57345-57393) . . . .
8.99: Factory Calibration Block (60929-61026) . . . . . . . . . .
8.100: CTPT Compensation Calibration Block (61027-61124) . . . .
8.101: Calibration Modification Block (61185-61280) . . . . . . .
8.102: Operational Communication Settings Block (65025-65040) . .
8.103: Diagnostic Block (65041-65042) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.104: Device Identification Block 2 (65088-65280) . . . . . . . .
8.105: DSP Diagnostic Block (65281-65312) . . . . . . . . . . .
8.106: Password Block (65316-65344) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.107: Dynamic Configuration Block (65345-65349)
8.108: Hardware Options Block (65361-65368) . .
8.109: Flash Control Block (65409-65498) . . . .
8.110: Enhanced Serial Number (65533-65534) . .
8.111: Serial Number (65535-65536) . . . . . . .
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Appendix A - Glossary
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Chapter 1
Modbus Protocol Overview
1.1: Introduction
Q
EPM Monitors can communicate with other devices using the RTU transmission mode of the AEG
Modicon Modbus protocol. Communication is available through RS232 or RS485 standards.
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RS232 communication supports a single connection between one EPM Meter and one other
device, available on the EPM Meter’s Port 1 ONLY.
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RS485 communication supports multiple EPM Meters connected on a network. It is a
two-wire connection operating up to 115200 baud, available on Ports 1 through 4.
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See the EPM 9450/9650 and EPM 9800 Operation and Installation manuals for wiring details.
1.2: Communication Packets
Q
Communication takes place between a Modbus Master and one or more EPM Slaves. The Master
initiates all communication by transmitting an information packet called the “request” to a specific
Slave. The Slave replies with its own packet, called the “response”. A packet is a serial string of
8-bit bytes consisting of the following:
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Q
Slave Address
Function Code
Data
CRC (RTU Error Checksum)
Dead Time
1 byte
1 byte
N bytes: high-ordered byte first, low-order byte second
2 bytes
3.5 bytes transmission time
A single packet can transmit a maximum of 127 registers.
1.3: Slave Address and Broadcast Request
Q
Each Slave device on a communication bus has its own unique address. Only the Slave addressed by
a Master will respond. The response packet returned to the Master will have the same value in the
Slave Address Field as the request packet. Addresses are programmable and range from 1 to 247.
Q
A Slave Address of 0 is a broadcast command that allows the Master to send the same packet to all
devices at once. All Slaves will obey the packet’s instructions, but none will respond. The broadcast
request feature is available only with function codes 6 and 10, Preset Single Registers and Preset
Multiple Registers, respectively. See Tables 1.3 and 1.4.
1-1
1.4: Function Codes
A packet’s Function Code tells the addressed Slave what action to perform. EPM devices support the
following Modbus Function Codes:
Table 1.1: Function Codes
Function Code
Description
Hex
Dec
03H
3
Read Holding Registers
06H
6
Preset Single Register
10H
16
Preset Multiple Registers
1.4.1: Function Code 03—Read Holding Registers
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This function allows a Master station to read one or more parameter values (data registers) from an
EPM Slave. The data registers are 16-bit (two byte) values transmitted in “Big Endian” format:
high-ordered byte first, low-ordered byte second.
Q
The Master device sends a packet defining a start register for the Slave and the number of registers
to read. The Slave responds with a packet containing the requested parameter values within the range
specified in the request.
Q
In the following example, a Master device requests an EPM Slave at address 01H to transmit two
values beginning at Register 00001. The Slave replies with values 3031H and 3037H from Registers
00001 and 00002.
Table 1.2: Function Code 03 Example
Master Packet
Slave Packet
Slave Address
01H
Slave Address
01H
Function Code
03H
Function Code
03H
Data Starting Address-Hi
00H
Byte Count
04H
Data Starting Address-Lo
00H
Data 1-Hi
30H
Number of Registers-Hi
00H
Data 1-Lo
31H
Number of Registers-Lo
02H
Data 2-Hi
30H
CRC-Lo
C4H
Data 2-Lo
37H
CRC-Hi
0BH
CRC-Lo
F1H
CRC-Hi
2AH
1-2
1.4.2: Function Code 06—Preset Single Register
Q
This function allows a Master station to modify a single register in an EPM Slave. The data registers
are 16-bit (two byte) values transmitted high-ordered byte first, low-ordered byte second.
Q
In the following example, a Master device stores the value 0001H at Register 57346 in an EPM
Slave at address 01H.
Table 1.3: Function Code 6 Example
Master Packet
Slave Packet
Slave Address
01H
Slave Address
01H
Function Code
06H
Function Code
06H
Data Starting Address-Hi
E0H
Data Starting Address-Hi
E0H
Data Starting Address-Lo
01H
Data Starting Address-Lo
01H
Data-Hi
00H
Data-Hi
00H
Data-Lo
01H
Data-Lo
01H
CRC-Lo
2EH
CRC-Lo
2EH
CRC-Hi
0AH
CRC-Hi
0AH
1.4.3: Function Code 10—Preset Multiple Registers
Q
This function allows a Master station to modify a group of consecutive registers in an EPM Slave.
Registers are 16-bit (two byte) values transmitted high-ordered byte first, low-ordered byte second.
Q
In the following example, a Master device stores the value 0001H at Register 57345, 0001H at
Register 57346 and 0001H at Register 57347 in an EPM Slave at address 01H.
1.4.4: Data Starting Address
Q
Q
Range in Hex:
0000H - FFFFH
Range in Decimal: 00001 - 65536
The Address in Chapter 2 (EPM Modbus Register Map Excel Spreadsheet) is in Decimal.
Example: For some Scada Softwares, to read Holding Registers (1.4.1), Address Format should be:
4(XXXXX) with the XXXXX being our Decimal Address.
1-3
Table 1.4: Function Code 10 Example
Master Packet
Slave Packet
Slave Address
01H
Slave Address
01H
Function Code
10H
Function Code
10H
Data Starting Address-Hi
E0H
Data Starting Address-Hi
E0H
Data Starting Address-Lo
01H
Data Starting Address-Lo
01H
Number of Setpoints-Hi
00H
Number of Setpoints-Hi
00H
Number of Setpoints-Lo
03H
Number of Setpoints-Lo
03H
Byte Count
06H
CRC-Lo
E6H
Data #1-Hi
00H
CRC-Hi
08H
Data #1-Lo
01H
Data #2-Lo
00H
Data #2-Hi
01H
Data #3-Lo
00H
Data #3-Hi
01H
CRC-Lo
4DH
CRC-Hi
46H
1.5: CRC (Error Checksum) Algorithm
Q
The Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) field is an error checksum calculation that enables a Slave
device to determine if a request packet has been corrupted during transmission.
Q
Every request packet transmitted from Master to Slave includes a special 16-bit value derived from a
CRC-16 algorithm performed on the packet’s contents. When an EPM Slave receives a packet, it
performs a CRC-16 calculation and compares the value with the one included in the request packet.
If the two values do not match, the Slave will ignore the packet.
Q
The following is the pseudocode for calculating the 16-bit CRC:
Initialize a 16-bit register to FFFFH.
Initialize the generator polynomial to A001H.
1-4
FOR n=1 to # of bytes in packet
XOR nth data byte with the 16-bit register
FOR bits_shifted = 1 to 8
SHIFT 1 bit to the right
IF (bit shifted out EQUAL 1)
XOR generator polynomial with the 16-bit register and store result in
the 16-bit register
END IF
END FOR
END FOR
The resulting 16-bit register contains the CRC-16 checksum.
1.6: Dead Time
Q
An EPM Slave considers a transmission from a Master complete when it has received no data for a
period of 3.5 byte transmission times—approximately 7 ms at 4800 baud and 300 microseconds at
115200 baud. If the Master transmits any gaps between bytes that are longer than this time period,
the Slaves will perceive it as dead time.
Q
At the conclusion of the dead time, all unaddressed Slaves begin listening for a new packet from the
Master.
1.7: Exception Response (Error Codes)
Q
An EPM Slave will send its Master an Exception Response packet, if it has encountered an invalid
command or other problem while carrying out the Master’s instructions. The function code of the
response will have the most significant bit set. The Data field of the Exception Response contains
an Error Code specific to the type of problem.
Q
Table 1.5 below lists the different Error Codes supported by EPM devices.
Table 1.5: Exception Response (Error Codes)
Error Code
Name
Description
01
Illegal Function
02
Illegal Data Address
03
Illegal Data Value
The value referenced in the transmitted request packet is not supported
by the register on the EPM Slave.
06
Busy, Rejected Packet
The Slave is busy performing a long operation and can not receive the
request packet.
The Slave does not support the function code of the transmitted request
packet.
The Slave does not recognize the address in the data field of the
transmitted request packet.
1-5
Q
In the following example, a Master Device requests an EPM Slave at address 01H to transmit the
value at Register 00256. The Slave replies with an error, indicating that it is busy.
Table 1.6: Exception Response Example
Master Packet
Slave Packet
Meaning
Hex
Meaning
Hex
Address
01H
Address
01H
Function Code
03H
Function Code
83H
Data Starting Address-Hi
01H
Error Code
06H
Data Starting Address-Lo
00H
CRC-Lo
C1H
Number of Registers-Hi
00H
CRC-Hi
32H
Number of Registers-Lo
01H
CRC-Lo
85H
CRC-Hi
F6H
1.8: Modbus Extensions
Q
Modbus Read Requests have a maximum size when using standard Modbus function. GE developed Enhanced (Non-Standard) Modbus Read Requests to allow larger than standard responses.
This requires fewer requests and, is therefore, more efficient and total download time is reduced.
This function is also more efficient with Log Retrieval. It allows the Network Card to have DNP
communication with the main unit utilizing a Modbus connection.
The following are non-standard extensions to the Modbus Protocol. EPM devices support the
following additional Modbus Function Codes:
Modbus Extensions
Function Code
Description
Hex
Dec
23H
35
Read Holding Registers Multiple Times
42H
66
Encapsulated DNP for LAN/WAN
1-6
1.8.1: Function Code 23H - Read Holding Registers Multiple Times
This function allows a Master station to read the binary contents of holding registers (4X references)
in the slave multiple times. Broadcast is not supported.
The Master device sends a packet defining the starting register, quantity of registers to be read and
the repeat count. Registers are addressed starting at zero: registers 1-16 are addressed as 0-15.
Here is an example of a request to read registers 40108-40110 twice from slave device 17:
Function Code
Field Name
Example (Hex)
Slave Address
11
Function Code
23
Data Starting Address Hi
00
Data Starting Address Lo
6B
Number of Registers Hi
00
Number of Registers Lo
03
Repeat Count
02
Error Check (LRC or CRC)
--
The register data in the response message are packed as two bytes per register, with the binary
contents right justified within each byte. For each register, the first byte contains the high order bits
and the second contains the low order bits.
Data is scanned at the following maximum rates, depending on the repeat count:
Repeat Count
RTU Framing
ASCII Framing
1
509 Registers
253 Registers
2
254 Registers
126 Registers
3
169 Registers
84 Registers
4
127 Registers
63 Registers
5
101 Registers
50 Registers
6
84 Registers
42 Registers
7
72 Registers
36 Registers
The response is returned when the data is completely assembled.
1-7
Here is an example of a response to the query given earlier:
Function Code 23H Example (Response)
Field Name
Example (Hex)
Slave Address
11
Function Code
23
Byte Count Hi
00
Byte Count Lo
0C
Data Hi (Register 40108, First Read)
02
Data Lo (Register 40108, First Read)
2B
Data Hi (Register 40109, First Read)
00
Data Lo (Register 40109, First Read)
00
Data Hi (Register 40110, First Read)
00
Data Lo (Register 40110, First Read)
64
Data Hi (Register 40108, Second Read)
02
Data Lo (Register 40108, Second Read)
2B
Data Hi (Register 40109, Second Read)
00
Data Lo (Register 40109, Second Read)
00
Data Lo (Register 40110, Second Read)
00
Data Lo (Register 40110, Second Read)
64
Error Check (LRC or CRC)
--
The contents of Register 40108 are shown as the two-byte values of 02 2B Hex or 555 Decimal.
The contents of Registers 40109 - 40110 are 00 00 and 00 64 Hex or 0 and 100 Decimal.
1.8.2: Function Code 42H - Encapsulated DNP for LAN/WAN
Q
The existing interface between the Network Card and the Main Unit is in Modbus RTU protocol. In
order to maintain all of the existing functionality, it is necessary to pass DNP over IP requests and
the resultant responses inside a Modbus wrapper.
DNP has commands of variable length, producing responses of variable lengths. A variable size
Modbus request that returns a variable size Modbus response requires a new, non-standard function
code 42H.
The creation of different DNP associations over IP requires informing the Main EPM device when a
new association is made. Function code 42H requests include a bit to indicate TCP (0) or UDP (1),
the Client IP Address, the UDP or TCP Client Port, and a bit to indicate if this is a New
Association (1) or a continuation of the Existing Association (0).
1-8
While the DNP over TCP Connections may be closed at the decision of the Network Card, as would
be conveyed by the New Association bit with the next received connection, the Main device might
also determine that the current DNP over TCP Connection should be closed. The request to close
the current DNP over TCP Connection will have to be held in Modbus registers in the Main device,
polled by the Network Card, and cleared by the Network Card overwriting the registers. If Modbus
register 0x0E040 contains the value 0x0AAAA, then the current DNP over TCP Connection (the IP
address will be in Modbus registers 0x0E041-0x0E042, the client port number in 0x0E043) must be
closed by the Network Card and a value of 0x05555 should be written back to register 0x0E040.
DNP requests and responses may have more than 255 bytes. Function code 42H requests and
responses include a 2-byte byte count. The Modbus Function Code 42H, DNP over Modbus is only
supported on the internal connection made with a Network Card. It is not available on external
communication ports.
This function code is used to transport DNP protocol requests and responses between a Modbus
master with a DNP over IP Connection to a Modbus slave with built in DNP functionality. The
request PDU (Protocol Data Unit) specifies: New Association or Previous Association, UDP or
TCP, IP Address, Client Port Number and a byte count of DNP octets in the UDP datagram or TCP
stream being transmitted.
The response returns the Function Code, UDP or TCP indication, IP Address, Client Port Number
and a byte count of DNP octets for a possible response.
Examples of a Request and
Address
0x001 - 0x0F7
Address
Function Code 1 Byte
0x042
Function Code 1 Byte
0x042
Link Status
1 Byte
0x000 to
0x003
Link Status
1 Byte
0x000 to
0x001
Client IP
Address
4 Bytes
0x00000000 to
0x0FFFFFFF
Client IP
Address
4 Bytes
0x00000000 to
0x0FFFFFFF
Client Port
2 Bytes
0x00000 to
0x0FFFF
Client Port
2 Bytes
0x00000 to
0x0FFFF
Byte Count
2 Bytes
0x00001 to
0x0FFFF
Byte Count
2 Bytes
0x00000 to
0x0FFFF
Data
N*
Value
Data
N*
Value
Checksum
1 Byte LRC
(ASCII)
1 or 2 Bytes
2 Byte CRC
(RTU)
Checksum
1 Byte LRC
(ASCII)
1 to 2 Bytes
2 Byte CRC
(RTU)
Error Example:
1 Byte
Response PDU (*N = Byte Count):
1 Byte
Address
1 Byte
0x001 to 0x0F7
Error Code
1 Byte
0x0C2
Exception Code 1 Byte
Checksum
0x001 - 0x0F7
01 or 03
1 or 2 Bytes 1 Byte LRC (ASCII) or 2 Byte CRC (RTU)
1-9
In the request or response PDU, Link Status bit 0 indicates TCP (0) or UDP (1). In the request
PDU, Link Status bit 1 indicates a continuation of the Current Association (0) or the start of a New
Association (1).
Here is an example of a pair of requests where a DNP over TCP connection was established with a
client at IP Address 1.2.3.4, port 20000. The first TCP frame transmitted 7 bytes in the stream, containing part of a DNP frame. The first request indicates the start of new association and passes the
TCP connection information and passes the 7 bytes received. The first response includes no
response meant for the network. The second TCP frame transmitted 5 additional bytes in the stream,
containing the remainder of the first DNP frame and the start of a second. The second request indicates the continuation of the association, passes the TCP connection information and the additional 5
bytes received. The second response acknowledges the second request and contains the response for
the first DNP frame, which is meant to be returned in the TCP.
Request PDU
Field Name
(Hex)
Address
Response PDU
DNP Field
Name
Field Name
(Hex)
0x001
Address
0x001
Function
0x042
Function
0x042
Status
0x002
Status
0x000
IP Add Quad 1
0x001
IP Add Quad 1
0x001
IP Add Quad 2
0x002
IP Add Quad 2
0x002
IP Add Quad 3
0x003
IP Add Quad 3
0x003
IP Add Quad 4
0x004
IP Add Quad 4
0x004
Client Port Hi
0x04E
Client Port Hi
0x04E
Client Port Lo
0x020
Client Port Lo
0x020
Byte Count Hi
0x000
Byte Count Hi
0x000
Byte Count Lo
0x007
Byte Count Lo
0x000
DNP octet
0x005
Start
Checksum (CRC1)
0x0A4
DNP octet
0x064
Start
Checksum (CRC2)
0x01B
DNP octet
0x005
Length
DNP octet
0x0C0
Control
DNP octet
0x001
Destination Lo
DNP octet
0x000
Destination Hi
DNP octet
0x00A
Source Lo
DNP Field
Name
Checksum (CRC1) 0x05A
Checksum (CRC2) 0x045
1-10
Response PDU
Request PDU
DNP Field
Name
DNP Field
Name
Field Name
(Hex)
0x001
Address
0x001
Function
0x042
Function
0x042
Status
0x000
Status
0x000
IP Add Quad 1
0x001
IP Add Quad 1
0x001
IP Add Quad 3
0x002
IP Add Quad 2
0x002
IP Add Quad 3
0x003
IP Add Quad 3
0x003
IP Add Quad 4
0x004
IP Add Quad 4
0x004
Client Port Hi
0x04E
Client Port Hi
0x04E
Client Port Lo
0x020
Client Port Lo
0x020
Byte Count Hi
0x000
Byte Count Hi
0x000
Byte Count Lo
0x005
Byte Count Lo
0x00A
DNP octet
0x000
Source Hi
DNP octet
0x005
Start
DNP octet
0x0E0
CRC Lo
DNP octet
0x064
Start
DNP octet
0x08C
CRC Hi
DNP octet
0x005
Length
DNP octet
0x005
Start
DNP octet
0x000
Control
DNP octet
0x064
Start
DNP octet
0x00A
Destination Lo
Checksum (CRC1)
0x083
DNP octet
0x000
Destination Hi
Checksum (CRC2)
0x0F8
DNP octet
0x001
Source Lo
DNP octet
0x000
Source Hi
DNP octet
0x07F
CRC Lo
DNP octet
0x0FD
CRC Hi
Checksum (CRC1)
0x072
Checksum (CRC2)
0x075
Field Name
(Hex)
Address
1-11
1-12
Chapter 2
EPM Modbus Register Map
Q
The EPM Modbus Register Map begins on the following page.
One Second Readings use the One Second Block, Registers 00176-00235, described in Section
8.5.
Resetting Maximums, Minimums, Energy Readings and/or Logs use the Action Block, Registers
57345-57393, described in Section 8.71.
Time may be set in the device using the Real Time Block, Registers 00081-00089, described in
Section 8.2.
Chapter 8 offers descriptions of all the EPM Modbus Register Map’s Register Block Titles and
the Registers included in each block.
See Chapter 3 for a detailed description of Communication Formats referred to in the Register
Map’s “Type” column. See the Table of Contents for a list of the Register Map’s “Types” and
their page location in Chapter 3.
See Chapter 4 for an explanation of the Register Map’s “Notes” column.
See Chapter 5 for an explanation of Logs, Port Control and Updating Programmable Settings.
See Chapter 6 for an explanation of the Log Formats.
See Chapter 7 for an explanation of the Programmable Settings Blocks.
2-0
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Device Identification Block
00001-00008
0
0
Device Name
F1
R
00009-00016
1
0
Firmware Variation String 1
F1
R
00017-00024
1
1
Firmware Variation String 2
F1
R
00025-00032
1
2
Firmware Variation String 3
F1
R
00033-00040
1
3
Firmware Variation String 4
F1
R
00041-00048
1
4
Firmware Variation String 5
F1
R
00049-00056
1
5
Firmware Variation String 6
F1
R
00057-00064
1
6
Firmware Variation String 7
F1
R
00065-00072
1
7
Firmware Variation String 8
F1
R
00073-00074
2
0
EPM Comm Boot Version Number
F2
R
00075-00076
3
0
EPM Comm Run-Time Version Number
9.9.9.9 / 0.0.0.0
0.0.0.1 version
F2
R
00077-00078
00079-00080
4
5
0
0
EPM DSP Boot Version Number
EPM DSP Run-Time Version Number
9.9.9.9 / 0.0.0.0
9.9.9.9 / 0.0.0.0
0.0.0.1 version
0.0.0.1 version
F2
F2
R
R
00081-00084
6
0
50
On Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00085-00088
00089
7
8
0
0
50
50
Current Time
Current Day of the Week
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
Sunday - Saturday
10 msec
F3
F4
R/W
R/W
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
9.9.9.9 / 0.0.0.0
0.0.0.1 version
Real Time Block
1 Cycle Block
00090-00093
9
0
50
1 cycle Block Time Stamp
2
2
1/65536 V sec
F5
R
1/65536 V2 sec
F5
R
2
F5
R
2
00094-00095
10
0
1 cycle Phase A-N Voltage
+65536 V / 0 V
00096-00097
10
1
1 cycle Phase B-N Voltage
2
2
+65536 V / 0 V
00098-00099
10
2
1 cycle Phase C-N Voltage
2
2
2
2
1/65536 V sec
F5
R
1/65536 A2 sec
F5
R
2
F5
R
2
+65536 V / 0 V
00100-00101
11
0
1 cycle Auxiliary Voltage
+65536 V / 0 V
00102-00103
12
0
1 cycle Phase A Current
2
2
+65536 A / 0 A
00104-00105
12
1
1 cycle Phase B Current
2
2
2
1/65536 A sec
F5
R
1/65536 A2 sec
F5
R
2
F5
R
2
+65536 A / 0 A
12
2
1 cycle Phase C Current
+65536 A / 0 A
00108-00109
13
0
1 cycle Measured Neutral Current
2
2
+65536 A / 0 A
14
0
1 cycle Calculated Neutral Current
2
2
2
1/65536 V sec
F5
R
1/65536 V2 sec
F5
R
F5
F6
R
R
+65536 A / 0 A
15
0
1 cycle Phase A-B Voltage
+65536 V / 0 V
00114-00115
15
1
1 cycle Phase B-C Voltage
2
2
+65536 V / 0 V
15
16
2
0
1
1 cycle Phase C-A Voltage
1 cycle High Speed Input Delta and Current State
1/65536 A sec
2
00112-00113
00116-00117
00118
1/65536 V sec
2
00106-00107
00110-00111
2
2
+65536 V / 0 V
2
1/65536 A sec
2
1/65536 V sec
2- 1
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00119-00122
17
0
50
Tenth second Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00123-00124
18
0
30
Tenth second Phase A-N Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00125-00126
18
00127-00128
18
1
30
Tenth second Phase B-N Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
2
30
Tenth second Phase C-N Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00129-00130
19
0
30
Tenth second Auxiliary Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00131-00132
20
0
30
Tenth second Phase A Current
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00133-00134
20
1
30
Tenth second Phase B Current
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00135-00136
20
2
30
Tenth second Phase C Current
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00137-00138
21
0
30
Tenth second Measured Neutral Current
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00139-00140
22
0
30
Tenth second Phase A-B Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00141-00142
22
1
30
Tenth second Phase B-C Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00143-00144
22
2
30
Tenth second Phase A-C Voltage
+32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00145-00146
23
0
30
Tenth second Phase A VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00147-00148
23
1
30
Tenth second Phase B VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00149-00150
23
2
30
Tenth second Phase C VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00151-00152
24
0
30
Tenth second Three Phase VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00153-00154
25
0
30
Tenth second Phase A VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00155-00156
25
1
30
Tenth second Phase B VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00157-00158
25
2
30
Tenth second Phase C VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00159-00160
26
0
30
Tenth second Three Phase VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00161-00162
27
0
30
Tenth second Phase A Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00163-00164
27
1
30
Tenth second Phase B Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00165-00166
27
2
30
Tenth second Phase C Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00167-00168
28
0
30
Tenth second Three Phase Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00169-00170
29
0
30
Tenth second Frequency
+32767 Hz / 0 Hz
1/ 65536 Hz
F7
R
00171
30
0
30
Tenth second Phase A Power Factor
3.999 / 0.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00172
30
1
30
Tenth second Phase B Power Factor
3.999 / 0.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00173
30
2
30
Tenth second Phase C Power Factor
3.999 / 0.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00174
00175
31
32
0
0
30
30
Tenth second Three Phase Power Factor
Tenth second Phase A-N Voltage to Auxiliary Voltage Phase Angle
3.999 / 0.000
+ 180 / - 180
0.001 PF
0.01 degree
F8
F9
R
R
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Tenth Second Block
One Second Block
00176-00179
33
0
50
One second Block Time Stamp
2- 2
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00180-00181
34
0
30
00182-00183
34
1
30
One second Phase A-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
One second Phase B-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00184-00185
34
2
30
One second Phase C-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00186-00187
35
00188-00189
36
0
30
One second Auxiliary Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
0
30
One second Phase A Current
+32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00190-00191
36
1
30
One second Phase B Current
+32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00192-00193
36
2
30
One second Phase C Current
+32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00194-00195
37
0
30
One second Measured Neutral Current
+32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00196-00197
38
0
30
One second Calculated Neutral Current
+32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00198-00199
39
0
30
One second Phase A-B Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00200-00201
39
1
30
One second Phase B-C Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00202-00203
39
2
30
One second Phase C-A Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00204-00205
40
0
30
One second Phase A VA
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00206-00207
40
1
30
One second Phase B VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00208-00209
40
2
30
One second Phase C VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00210-00211
41
0
30
One second VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00212-00213
42
0
30
One second Phase A VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00214-00215
42
1
30
One second Phase B VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00216-00217
42
2
30
One second Phase C VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00218-00219
43
0
30
One second Three VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00220-00221
44
0
30
One second Phase A Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00222-00223
44
1
30
One second Phase B Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00224-00225
44
2
30
One second Phase C Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00226-00227
45
0
30
One second Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00228-00229
46
0
30
One second Frequency
+ 32767 Hz / 0 Hz
1/ 65536 Hz
F7
R
00230
47
0
30
One second Phase A Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00231
47
1
30
One second Phase B Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00232
47
2
30
One second Phase C Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00233
48
0
30
One second Three Phase Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00234
00235
49
49
0
1
30
30
One second Voltage Imbalance
One second Current Imbalance
+327.67% / -327.68%
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
0.01%
F10
F10
R
R
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Thermal Average Block
00236-00239
50
0
50
Thermal Average Block Time Stamp
2- 3
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00240-00241
51
0
30
00242-00243
51
1
30
Thermal Average Phase A-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
Thermal Average Phase B-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00244-00245
51
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00246-00247
52
00248-00249
53
0
30
Thermal Average Auxiliary Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
0
30
Thermal Average Phase A Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00250-00251
53
1
30
Thermal Average Phase B Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00252-00253
53
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00254-00255
54
0
30
Thermal Average Measured Neutral Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00256-00257
55
0
30
Thermal Average Calculated Neutral Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00258-00259
56
0
30
Thermal Average Phase A-B Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00260-00261
56
1
30
Thermal Average Phase B-C Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00262-00263
56
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C-A Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00264-00265
57
0
30
Thermal Average Phase A VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00266-00267
57
1
30
Thermal Average Phase B VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00268-00269
57
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00270-00271
58
0
30
Thermal Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00272-00273
59
0
30
Thermal Average Phase A VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00274-00275
59
1
30
Thermal Average Phase B VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00276-00277
58
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00278-00279
60
0
30
Thermal Average VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00280-00281
61
0
30
Thermal Average Phase A Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00282-00283
61
1
30
Thermal Average Phase B Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00284-00285
61
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00286-00287
62
0
30
Thermal Average Watts
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00288-00289
63
0
30
Thermal Average Frequency
+ 32767 Hz / 0 Hz
1/ 65536 Hz
F7
R
00290
64
0
30
Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00291
64
1
30
Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00292
64
2
30
Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00293
65
0
30
Thermal Average Power Factor
3.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00294
00295
66
66
0
1
30
30
Thermal Average Voltage Imbalance
Thermal Average Current Imbalance
+327.67% / -327.68%
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
0.01%
F10
F10
R
R
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Maximum Block
00296-00299
67
0
50
Maximum Block Time Stamp
2- 4
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00300-00301
68
0
30
00302-00303
68
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00304-00305
68
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00306-00307
69
00308-00309
70
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Auxiliary Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00310-00311
70
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00312-00313
70
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00314-00315
71
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Measured Neutral Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00316-00317
72
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Calculated Neutral Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00318-00319
73
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A-B Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00320-00321
73
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B-C Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00322-00323
73
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C-A Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00324-00325
74
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00326-00327
74
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00328-00329
74
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00330-00331
75
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00332-00333
76
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00334-00335
76
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00336-00337
76
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00338-00339
77
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00340-00341
78
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00342-00343
78
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00344-00345
78
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00346-00347
79
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00348-00349
80
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Watts Positive
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00350-00351
80
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Watts Positive
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00352-00353
80
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Watts Positive
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00354-00355
81
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Positive Watts
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00356-00357
82
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Watts Negative
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00358-00359
82
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Watts Negative
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00360-00361
82
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Watts Negative
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00362-00363
83
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Negative Watts
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00364-00365
84
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Frequency
+ 32767 Hz / 0 Hz
1/ 65536 Hz
F7
R
2- 5
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00366
85
0
30
00367
85
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00368
85
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00369
86
00370
87
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00371
87
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00372
87
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00373
88
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00374
89
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00375
89
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00376
89
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00377
90
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00378
91
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00379
91
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00380
91
2
30
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00381
92
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00382
93
0
30
Maximum Thermal Average Voltage Imbalance
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00383
93
1
30
Maximum Thermal Average Current Imbalance
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00384
94
0
30
Maximum THD Phase A-N / A-B Voltage
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00385
94
1
30
Maximum THD Phase B-N / B-C Voltage
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00386
94
2
30
Maximum THD Phase C-N / C-A Voltage
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00387
95
0
30
Maximum THD Phase A Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00388
95
1
30
Maximum THD Phase B Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00389
95
2
30
Maximum THD Phase C Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00390
96
0
30
Maximum K-Factor Phase A Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00391
96
1
30
Maximum K-Factor Phase B Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00392
96
2
30
Maximum K-Factor Phase C Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00393-00394
00395-00396
97
97
0
1
30
30
Coincident Thermal Average VAR for Maximum Positive Watt
Coincident Thermal Average VAR for Maximum Negative Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 W sec
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
F7
R
R
00397-00400
98
0
50
Minimum Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00401-00402
99
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00403-00404
99
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
Minimum Block
2- 6
Address
DNP
Description
Obj
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00405-00406
99
2
30
00407-00408
100
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C-N Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
Minimum Thermal Average Auxiliary Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00409-00410
101
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00411-00412
101
00413-00414
101
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00415-00416
102
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Measured Neutral Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00417-00418
103
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Calculated Neutral Current
+ 32767 A / 0 A
1/ 65536 A sec
F7
R
00419-00420
104
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A-B Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00421-00422
104
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B-C Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00423-00424
104
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C-A Voltage
+ 32767 V / 0 V
1/ 65536 V sec
F7
R
00425-00426
105
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00427-00428
105
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00429-00430
105
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00431-00432
106
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
00433-00434
107
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00435-00436
107
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00437-00438
107
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00439-00440
108
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00441-00442
109
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00443-00444
109
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00445-00446
109
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00447-00448
110
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
00449-00450
111
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Positive Watts
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00451-00452
111
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Positive Watts
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00453-00454
111
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Positive Watts
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00455-00456
112
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Positive Watts
+32767 W / 0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00457-00458
113
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Negative Watts
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00459-00460
113
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Negative Watts
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00461-00462
113
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Negative Watts
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00463-00464
114
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Negative Watts
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
00465-00466
115
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Frequency
+ 32767 Hz / 0 Hz
1/ 65536 Hz
F7
R
00467
116
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00468
116
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
2- 7
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00469
116
2
30
00470
117
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 1
0.999 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
00471
118
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00472
118
00473
118
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00474
119
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 2
1.999 / /1.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00475
120
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00476
120
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00477
120
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00478
121
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 3
2.999 / 2.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00479
122
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00480
122
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00481
122
2
30
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00482
123
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 4
3.999 / 3.000
0.001 PF
F8
R
00483
124
0
30
Minimum Thermal Average Voltage Imbalance
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00484
124
1
30
Minimum Thermal Average Current Imbalance
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00485
125
0
30
Minimum THD Phase A-N Voltage / Phase A-B Voltage
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00486
125
1
30
Minimum THD Phase B-N Voltage / Phase B-C Voltage
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00487
125
2
30
Minimum THD Phase C-N Voltage / Phase C-A Voltage
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00488
126
0
30
Minimum THD Phase A Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00489
126
1
30
Minimum THD Phase B Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00490
126
2
30
Minimum THD Phase C Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00491
127
0
30
Minimum K-Factor Phase A Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00492
127
1
30
Minimum K-Factor Phase B Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00493
127
2
30
Minimum K-Factor Phase C Current
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
00494-00495
00496-00497
128
128
0
1
30
30
Coincident Thermal Average VAR for Minimum Positive Watt
Coincident Thermal Average VAR for Minimum Negative Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 W sec
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
F7
R
R
00498-00501
129
0
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A-N Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00502-00505
129
1
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B-N Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00506-00509
129
2
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C-N Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00510-00513
129
3
50
Maximum Thermal Average Auxiliary Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00514-00517
129
4
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Maximum Time Stamp Block
2- 8
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00518-00521
129
5
50
00522-00525
129
6
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00526-00529
129
7
50
Maximum Thermal Average Measured Neutral Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00530-00533
129
00534-00537
129
8
50
Maximum Thermal Average Calculated Neutral Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
9
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A-B Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00538-00541
129
10
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B-C Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00542-00545
129
11
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C-A Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00546-00549
129
12
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00550-00553
129
13
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00554-00557
129
14
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00558-00561
129
15
50
Maximum Thermal Average VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00562-00565
129
16
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00566-00569
129
17
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00570-00573
129
18
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00574-00577
129
19
50
Maximum Thermal Average Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00578-00581
129
20
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00582-00585
129
21
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00586-00589
129
22
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00590-00593
129
23
50
Maximum Thermal Average Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00594-00597
129
24
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Watts Positive Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00598-00601
129
25
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Watts Positive Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00602-00605
129
26
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Watts Positive Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00606-00609
129
27
50
Maximum Thermal Average Positive Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00610-00613
129
28
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Watts Negative Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00614-00617
129
29
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Watts Negative Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00618-00621
129
30
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Watts Negative Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00622-00625
129
31
50
Maximum Thermal Average Negative Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00626-00629
129
32
50
Maximum Thermal Average Frequency Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00630-00633
129
33
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00634-00637
129
34
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 1
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00638-00641
129
35
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00642-00645
129
36
50
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 1
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00646-00649
129
37
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2- 9
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00650-00653
129
38
50
00654-00657
129
39
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00658-00661
129
40
50
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00662-00665
129
00666-00669
129
41
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
42
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00670-00673
129
43
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00674-00677
129
44
50
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00678-00681
129
45
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00682-00685
129
46
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00686-00689
129
47
50
Maximum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00690-00693
129
48
50
Maximum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00694-00697
129
49
50
Maximum Thermal Average Voltage Imbalance Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00698-00701
129
50
50
Maximum Thermal Average Current Imbalance Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00702-00705
129
51
50
Maximum THD Phase A-N / A-B Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00706-00709
129
52
50
Maximum THD Phase B-N / B-C Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00710-00713
129
53
50
Maximum THD Phase C-N / C-A Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00714-00717
129
54
50
Maximum THD Phase A Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00718-00721
129
55
50
Maximum THD Phase B Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00722-00725
129
56
50
Maximum THD Phase C Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00726-00729
129
57
50
Maximum K-Factor Phase A Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00730-00733
00734-00737
129
129
58
59
50
50
Maximum K-Factor Phase B Current Time Stamp
Maximum K-Factor Phase C Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
Minimum Time Stamp Block
00738-00741
130
0
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A-N Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00742-00745
130
1
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B-N Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00746-00749
130
2
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C-N Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00750-00753
130
3
50
Minimum Thermal Average Auxiliary Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00754-00757
130
4
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00758-00761
130
5
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00762-00765
130
6
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00766-00769
130
7
50
Minimum Thermal Average Measured Neutral Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00770-00773
130
8
50
Minimum Thermal Average Calculated Neutral Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00774-00777
130
9
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A-B Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2- 10
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00778-00781
130
10
50
00782-00785
130
11
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B-C Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C-A Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00786-00789
130
12
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00790-00793
130
00794-00797
130
13
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
14
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00798-00801
130
15
50
Minimum Thermal Average VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00802-00805
130
16
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00806-00809
130
17
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00810-00813
130
18
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00814-00817
130
19
50
Minimum Thermal Average Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00818-00821
130
20
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00822-00825
130
21
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00826-00829
130
22
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00830-00833
130
23
50
Minimum Thermal Average Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00834-00837
130
24
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Positive Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00838-00841
130
25
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Positive Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00842-00845
130
26
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Positive Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00846-00849
130
27
50
Minimum Thermal Average Positive Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00850-00853
130
28
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Negative Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00854-00857
130
29
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Negative Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00858-00861
130
30
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Negative Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00862-00865
130
31
50
Minimum Thermal Average Negative Watts Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00866-00869
130
32
50
Minimum Thermal Average Frequency Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00870-00873
130
33
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00874-00877
130
34
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00878-00881
130
35
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00882-00885
130
36
50
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00886-00889
130
37
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00890-00893
130
38
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00894-00897
130
39
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00898-00901
130
40
50
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00902-00905
130
41
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00906-00909
130
42
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2- 11
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
00910-00913
130
43
50
00914-00917
130
44
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00918-00921
130
45
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase A Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00922-00925
130
00926-00929
130
46
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase B Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
47
50
Minimum Thermal Average Phase C Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00930-00933
130
48
50
Minimum Thermal Average Power Factor Quadrant 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00934-00937
130
49
50
Minimum Thermal Average Voltage Imbalance Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00938-00941
130
50
50
Minimum Thermal Average Current Imbalance Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00942-00945
130
51
50
Minimum THD Phase A-N Voltage / Phase A-B Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00946-00949
130
52
50
Minimum THD Phase B-N Voltage / Phase B-C Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00950-00953
130
53
50
Minimum THD Phase C-N Voltage / Phase C-A Voltage Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00954-00957
130
54
50
Minimum THD Phase A Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00958-00961
130
55
50
Minimum THD Phase B Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00962-00965
130
56
50
Minimum THD Phase C Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00966-00969
130
57
50
Minimum K-Factor Phase A Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
00970-00973
00974-00977
130
130
58
59
50
50
Minimum K-Factor Phase B Current Time Stamp
Minimum K-Factor Phase C Current Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
10 msec
Energy Block (Secondary)
00978-00981
00982-00985
131
132
0
0
50
20
Energy Block Time Stamp
VAhour (BCD) (Quadrants 1+2+3+4)
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F3
F11
R
R
00986-00989
132
1
20
Positive VARhour (BCD) (Quadrants 1+2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F11
R
00990-00993
132
2
20
Negative VARhour (BCD) (Quadrants 3 +4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F11
R
00994-00997
132
3
20
Positive Watthour (BCD) (Quadrants 1+4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F11
R
00998-01001
132
4
20
Negative Watthour (BCD) (Quadrants 2+3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F11
R
01002-01005
133
0
20
VAhour (Binary) (Quadrants 1+2+3+4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F12
R
01006-01009
133
1
20
Positive VARhour (Binary) (Quadrants 1+2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F12
R
01010-01013
133
2
20
Negative VARhour (Binary) (Quadrants 3+4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F12
R
01014-01017
01018-01021
133
133
3
4
20
20
Positive Watthour (Binary) (Quadrants 1 +4)
Negative Watthour (Binary) (Quadrants 2+3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
1 WH
F12
F12
R
R
01022
134
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 0th Harmonic Magnitude
Harmonic Magnitude Block
01023
01024
134
134
1
2
30
30
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 1 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 2 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 12
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01025
134
3
30
01026
134
4
30
01027
134
5
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 3rd Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 4 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 5 Harmonic Magnitude
01028
134
6
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 6 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01029
134
7
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 7 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01030
135
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 8 Harmonic Magnitude
01031
135
1
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 9 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01032
135
2
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 10 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01033
135
3
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 11 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01034
135
4
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 12 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01035
135
5
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 13 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01036
135
6
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 14 Harmonic Magnitude
01037
135
7
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 15 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01038
136
0
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 16 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01039
136
1
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 17 Harmonic Magnitude
01040
136
2
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 18 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01041
136
3
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 19 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01042
136
4
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 20 Harmonic Magnitude
01043
136
5
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 21 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01044
136
6
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 22 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01045
136
7
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 23 Harmonic Magnitude
01046
136
8
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 24 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01047
136
9
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 25 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01048
136
10
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 26 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01049
136
11
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 27 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01050
136
12
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 28 Harmonic Magnitude
01051
136
13
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 29 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01052
136
14
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 30 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01053
136
15
30
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 31 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01054
137
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 32 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01055
137
1
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 33 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01056
137
2
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 34 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01057
137
3
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 35 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 13
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01058
137
4
30
01059
137
5
30
01060
137
6
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 36th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 37 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 38 Harmonic Magnitude
01061
137
7
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 39 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01062
137
8
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 40 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01063
137
9
30
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 41 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01064
137
10
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 42 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01065
137
11
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 43 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01066
137
12
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 44 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01067
137
13
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 45 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01068
137
14
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 46 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01069
137
15
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 47 Harmonic Magnitude
01070
137
16
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 48 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01071
137
17
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 49 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01072
137
18
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 50 Harmonic Magnitude
01073
137
19
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 51 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01074
137
20
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 52 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01075
137
21
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 53 Harmonic Magnitude
01076
137
22
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 54 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01077
137
23
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 55 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01078
137
24
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 56 Harmonic Magnitude
01079
137
25
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 57 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01080
137
26
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 58 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01081
137
27
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 59 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01082
137
28
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 60 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01083
137
29
30
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 61 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01084
137
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 62 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01085
137
31
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 63 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01086
138
0
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 64 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01087
138
1
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 65 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01088
138
2
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 66 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01089
01090
138
138
3
4
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 67 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 68 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 14
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01091
138
5
30
01092
138
6
30
01093
138
7
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 69th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 70 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 71 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01094
138
8
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 72 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01095
138
9
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 73 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01096
138
10
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 74 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01097
138
11
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 75 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01098
138
12
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 76 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01099
138
13
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 77 Harmonic Magnitude
01100
138
14
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 78 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01101
138
15
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 79 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01102
138
16
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 80 Harmonic Magnitude
01103
138
17
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 81 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01104
138
18
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 82 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01105
138
19
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 83 Harmonic Magnitude
01106
138
20
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 84 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01107
138
21
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 85 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01108
138
22
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 86 Harmonic Magnitude
01109
138
23
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 87 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01110
138
24
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 88 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01111
138
25
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 89 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01112
138
26
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 90 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01113
138
27
30
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 91 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01114
138
28
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 92 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01115
138
29
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 93 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01116
138
30
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 94 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01117
138
31
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 95 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01118
138
32
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 96 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01119
138
33
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 97 Harmonic Magnitude
01120
138
34
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 98 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01121
138
35
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 99 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01122
01123
138
138
36
37
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 100 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 101 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 15
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
01124
138
38
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 102nd Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01125
138
39
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 103 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01126
138
40
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 104 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Units
Type R/W
01127
138
41
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 105 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01128
138
42
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 106 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01129
138
43
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 107 Harmonic Magnitude
01130
138
44
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 108 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01131
138
45
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 109 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01132
138
46
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 110 Harmonic Magnitude
01133
138
47
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 111 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01134
138
48
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 112 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01135
138
49
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 113 Harmonic Magnitude
01136
138
50
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 114 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01137
138
51
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 115 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01138
138
52
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 116 Harmonic Magnitude
01139
138
53
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 117 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01140
138
54
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 118 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01141
138
55
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 119 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01142
138
56
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 120 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01143
138
57
30
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 121 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01144
138
58
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 122 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01145
138
59
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 123 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01146
138
60
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 124 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01147
138
61
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 125 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01148
138
62
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 126 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01149
138
63
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 127 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01150
139
0
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 0 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01151
139
1
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 1 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01152
139
2
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 2 Harmonic Magnitude
rd
01153
139
3
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 3 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01154
139
4
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 4 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01155
139
5
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 5 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01156
139
6
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 6 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 16
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01157
139
7
30
01158
140
0
30
01159
140
1
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 7th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 8 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 9 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01160
140
2
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 10 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01161
140
3
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 11 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01162
140
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 12 Harmonic Magnitude
01163
140
5
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 13 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01164
140
6
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 14 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01165
140
7
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 15 Harmonic Magnitude
01166
141
0
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 16 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01167
141
1
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 17 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01168
141
2
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 18 Harmonic Magnitude
01169
141
3
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 19 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01170
141
4
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 20 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01171
141
5
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 21 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01172
141
6
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 22 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01173
141
7
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 23 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01174
141
8
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 24 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01175
141
9
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 25 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01176
141
10
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 26 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01177
141
11
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 27 Harmonic Magnitude
01178
141
12
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 28 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01179
141
13
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 29 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01180
141
14
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 30 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01181
141
15
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 31 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01182
142
0
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 32 Harmonic Magnitude
rd
01183
142
1
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 33 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01184
142
2
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 34 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01185
142
3
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 35 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01186
142
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 36 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01187
142
5
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 37 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01188
01189
142
142
6
7
30
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 38 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 39 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 17
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01190
142
8
30
01191
142
9
30
01192
142
10
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 40th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 41 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 42 Harmonic Magnitude
rd
01193
142
11
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 43 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01194
142
12
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 44 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01195
142
13
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 45 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01196
142
14
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 46 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01197
142
15
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 47 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01198
142
16
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 48 Harmonic Magnitude
01199
142
17
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 49 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01200
142
18
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 50 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01201
142
19
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 51 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01202
142
20
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 52 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01203
142
21
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 53 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01204
142
22
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 54 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01205
142
23
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 55 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01206
142
24
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 56 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01207
142
25
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 57 Harmonic Magnitude
01208
142
26
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 58 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01209
142
27
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 59 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01210
142
28
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 60 Harmonic Magnitude
01211
142
29
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 61 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01212
142
30
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 62 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01213
142
31
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 63 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01214
143
0
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 64 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01215
143
1
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 65 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01216
143
2
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 66 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01217
143
3
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 67 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01218
143
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 68 Harmonic Magnitude
01219
143
5
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 69 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01220
143
6
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 70 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01221
01222
143
143
7
8
30
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 71 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 72 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 18
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
01223
143
9
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 73rd Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01224
143
10
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 74 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01225
143
11
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 75 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Units
Type R/W
01226
143
12
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 76 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01227
143
13
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 77 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01228
143
14
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 78 Harmonic Magnitude
01229
143
15
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 79 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01230
143
16
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 80 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01231
143
17
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 81 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01232
143
18
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 82 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01233
143
19
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 83 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01234
143
20
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 84 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01235
143
21
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 85 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01236
143
22
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 86 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01237
143
23
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 87 Harmonic Magnitude
01238
143
24
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 88 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01239
143
25
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 89 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01240
143
26
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 90 Harmonic Magnitude
01241
143
27
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 91 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01242
143
28
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 92 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01243
143
29
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 93 Harmonic Magnitude
01244
143
30
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 94 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01245
143
31
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 95 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01246
143
32
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 96 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01247
143
33
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 97 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01248
143
34
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 98 Harmonic Magnitude
01249
143
35
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 99 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01250
143
36
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 100 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01251
143
37
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 101 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01252
143
38
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 102 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01253
143
39
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 103 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01254
143
40
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 104 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01255
143
41
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 105 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 19
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01256
143
42
30
01257
143
43
30
01258
143
44
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 106th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 107 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 108 Harmonic Magnitude
01259
143
45
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 109 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01260
143
46
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 110 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01261
143
47
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 111 Harmonic Magnitude
01262
143
48
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 112 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01263
143
49
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 113 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01264
143
50
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 114 Harmonic Magnitude
01265
143
51
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 115 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01266
143
52
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 116 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01267
143
53
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 117 Harmonic Magnitude
01268
143
54
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 118 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01269
143
55
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 119 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01270
143
56
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 120 Harmonic Magnitude
01271
143
57
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 121 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01272
143
58
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 122 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01273
143
59
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 123 Harmonic Magnitude
01274
143
60
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 124 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01275
143
61
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 125 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01276
143
62
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 126 Harmonic Magnitude
01277
143
63
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 127 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01278
144
0
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 0 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01279
144
1
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 1 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01280
144
2
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 2 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01281
144
3
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 3 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01282
144
4
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 4 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01283
144
5
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 5 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01284
144
6
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 6 Harmonic Magnitude
01285
144
7
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 7 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01286
145
0
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 8 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01287
01288
145
145
1
2
30
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 9 Harmonic Magnitude
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 10 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 20
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01289
145
3
30
01290
145
4
30
01291
145
5
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 11th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 12 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 13 Harmonic Magnitude
01292
145
6
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 14 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01293
145
7
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 15 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01294
146
0
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 16 Harmonic Magnitude
01295
146
1
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 17 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01296
146
2
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 18 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01297
146
3
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 19 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01298
146
4
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 20 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01299
146
5
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 21 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01300
146
6
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 22 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01301
146
7
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 23 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01302
146
8
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 24 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01303
146
9
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 25 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01304
146
10
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 26 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01305
146
11
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 27 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01306
146
12
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 28 Harmonic Magnitude
01307
146
13
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 29 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01308
146
14
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 30 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01309
146
15
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 31 Harmonic Magnitude
01310
147
0
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 32 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01311
147
1
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 33 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01312
147
2
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 34 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01313
147
3
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 35 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01314
147
4
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 36 Harmonic Magnitude
01315
147
5
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 37 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01316
147
6
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 38 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01317
147
7
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 39 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01318
147
8
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 40 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01319
147
9
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 41 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01320
147
10
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 42 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01321
147
11
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 43 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 21
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01322
147
12
30
01323
147
13
30
01324
147
14
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 44th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 45 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 46 Harmonic Magnitude
01325
147
15
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 47 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01326
147
16
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 48 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01327
147
17
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 49 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01328
147
18
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 50 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01329
147
19
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 51 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01330
147
20
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 52 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01331
147
21
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 53 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01332
147
22
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 54 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01333
147
23
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 55 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01334
147
24
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 56 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01335
147
25
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 57 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01336
147
26
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 58 Harmonic Magnitude
01337
147
27
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 59 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01338
147
28
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 60 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01339
147
29
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 61 Harmonic Magnitude
01340
147
30
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 62 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01341
147
31
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 63 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01342
148
0
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 64 Harmonic Magnitude
01343
148
1
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 65 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01344
148
2
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 66 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01345
148
3
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 67 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01346
148
4
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 68 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01347
148
5
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 69 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01348
148
6
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 70 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01349
148
7
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 71 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01350
148
8
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 72 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01351
148
9
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 73 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01352
148
10
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 74 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01353
148
11
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 75 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01354
148
12
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 76 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 22
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01355
148
13
30
01356
148
14
30
01357
148
15
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 77th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 78 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 79 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01358
148
16
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 80 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01359
148
17
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 81 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01360
148
18
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 82 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01361
148
19
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 83 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01362
148
20
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 84 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01363
148
21
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 85 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01364
148
22
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 86 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01365
148
23
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 87 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01366
148
24
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 88 Harmonic Magnitude
01367
148
25
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 89 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01368
148
26
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 90 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01369
148
27
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 91 Harmonic Magnitude
01370
148
28
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 92 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01371
148
29
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 93 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01372
148
30
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 94 Harmonic Magnitude
01373
148
31
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 95 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01374
148
32
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 96 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01375
148
33
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 97 Harmonic Magnitude
01376
148
34
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 98 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01377
148
35
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 99 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01378
148
36
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 100 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01379
148
37
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 101 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01380
148
38
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 102 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01381
148
39
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 103 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01382
148
40
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 104 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01383
148
41
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 105 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01384
148
42
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 106 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01385
148
43
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 107 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01386
01387
148
148
44
45
30
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 108 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 109 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 23
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01388
148
46
30
01389
148
47
30
01390
148
48
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 110th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 111 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 112 Harmonic Magnitude
01391
148
49
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 113 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01392
148
50
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 114 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01393
148
51
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 115 Harmonic Magnitude
01394
148
52
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 116 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01395
148
53
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 117 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01396
148
54
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 118 Harmonic Magnitude
01397
148
55
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 119 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01398
148
56
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 120 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01399
148
57
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 121 Harmonic Magnitude
01400
148
58
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 122 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01401
148
59
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 123 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01402
148
60
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 124 Harmonic Magnitude
01403
148
61
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 125 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01404
148
62
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 126 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01405
148
63
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 127 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01406
149
0
30
Phase A Current 0 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01407
149
1
30
st
Phase A Current 1 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01408
149
2
30
nd
Phase A Current 2 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01409
149
3
30
Phase A Current 3 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01410
149
4
30
th
Phase A Current 4 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01411
149
5
30
Phase A Current 5 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01412
149
6
30
th
Phase A Current 6 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01413
149
7
30
Phase A Current 7 Harmonic Magnitude
01414
150
0
30
Phase A Current 8 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01415
150
1
30
th
Phase A Current 9 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01416
150
2
30
Phase A Current 10 Harmonic Magnitude
01417
150
3
30
Phase A Current 11 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01418
150
4
30
th
Phase A Current 12 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01419
01420
150
150
5
6
30
30
Phase A Current 13 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A Current 14 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 24
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01421
150
7
30
01422
151
0
30
01423
151
1
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A Current 15th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A Current 16 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A Current 17 Harmonic Magnitude
01424
151
2
30
Phase A Current 18 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01425
151
3
30
th
Phase A Current 19 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01426
151
4
30
th
Phase A Current 20 Harmonic Magnitude
st
01427
151
5
30
Phase A Current 21 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01428
151
6
30
nd
Phase A Current 22 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01429
151
7
30
rd
Phase A Current 23 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01430
151
8
30
Phase A Current 24 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01431
151
9
30
th
Phase A Current 25 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01432
151
10
30
Phase A Current 26 Harmonic Magnitude
01433
151
11
30
Phase A Current 27 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01434
151
12
30
th
Phase A Current 28 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01435
151
13
30
th
Phase A Current 29 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01436
151
14
30
Phase A Current 30 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01437
151
15
30
st
Phase A Current 31 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01438
152
0
30
nd
Phase A Current 32 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01439
152
1
30
Phase A Current 33 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01440
152
2
30
th
Phase A Current 34 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01441
152
3
30
Phase A Current 35 Harmonic Magnitude
01442
152
4
30
Phase A Current 36 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01443
152
5
30
th
Phase A Current 37 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01444
152
6
30
Phase A Current 38 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01445
152
7
30
th
Phase A Current 39 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01446
152
8
30
th
Phase A Current 40 Harmonic Magnitude
st
01447
152
9
30
Phase A Current 41 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01448
152
10
30
nd
Phase A Current 42 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01449
152
11
30
rd
Phase A Current43 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01450
152
12
30
Phase A Current 44 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01451
152
13
30
th
Phase A Current 45 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01452
01453
152
152
14
15
30
30
Phase A Current 46 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A Current 47 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 25
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01454
152
16
30
01455
152
17
30
01456
152
18
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A Current 48th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A Current 49 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A Current 50 Harmonic Magnitude
st
01457
152
19
30
Phase A Current 51 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01458
152
20
30
nd
Phase A Current 52 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01459
152
21
30
rd
Phase A Current 53 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01460
152
22
30
Phase A Current 54 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01461
152
23
30
th
Phase A Current 55 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01462
152
24
30
Phase A Current 56 Harmonic Magnitude
01463
152
25
30
Phase A Current 57 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01464
152
26
30
th
Phase A Current 58 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01465
152
27
30
th
Phase A Current 59 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01466
152
28
30
Phase A Current 60 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01467
152
29
30
st
Phase A Current 61 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01468
152
30
30
nd
Phase A Current 62 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01469
152
31
30
Phase A Current 63 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01470
153
0
30
th
Phase A Current 64 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01471
153
1
30
Phase A Current 65 Harmonic Magnitude
01472
153
2
30
Phase A Current 66 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01473
153
3
30
th
Phase A Current 67 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01474
153
4
30
Phase A Current 68 Harmonic Magnitude
01475
153
5
30
Phase A Current 69 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01476
153
6
30
th
Phase A Current 70 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01477
153
7
30
Phase A Current 71 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01478
153
8
30
nd
Phase A Current 72 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01479
153
9
30
rd
Phase A Current 73 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01480
153
10
30
Phase A Current 74 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01481
153
11
30
th
Phase A Current 75 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01482
153
12
30
Phase A Current 76 Harmonic Magnitude
01483
153
13
30
Phase A Current 77 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01484
153
14
30
th
Phase A Current 78 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01485
01486
153
153
15
16
30
30
Phase A Current 79 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A Current 80 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 26
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
01487
153
17
30
Phase A Current 81st Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01488
153
18
30
nd
Phase A Current 82 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01489
153
19
30
rd
Phase A Current 83 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Units
Type R/W
01490
153
20
30
Phase A Current 84 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01491
153
21
30
th
Phase A Current 85 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01492
153
22
30
Phase A Current 86 Harmonic Magnitude
01493
153
23
30
Phase A Current 87 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01494
153
24
30
th
Phase A Current 88 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01495
153
25
30
th
Phase A Current 89 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01496
153
26
30
Phase A Current 90 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01497
153
27
30
st
Phase A Current 91 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01498
153
28
30
nd
Phase A Current 92 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01499
153
29
30
Phase A Current 93 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01500
153
30
30
th
Phase A Current 94 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01501
153
31
30
Phase A Current 95 Harmonic Magnitude
01502
153
32
30
Phase A Current 96 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01503
153
33
30
th
Phase A Current 97 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01504
153
34
30
Phase A Current 98 Harmonic Magnitude
01505
153
35
30
Phase A Current 99 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01506
153
36
30
th
Phase A Current 100 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01507
153
37
st
30
Phase A Current 101 Harmonic Magnitude
nd
01508
153
38
30
Phase A Current 102 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01509
153
39
30
rd
Phase A Current 103 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01510
153
40
30
th
Phase A Current 104 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01511
153
41
30
th
Phase A Current 105 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01512
153
42
30
Phase A Current 106 Harmonic Magnitude
01513
153
43
30
Phase A Current 107 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01514
153
44
30
th
Phase A Current 108 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01515
153
45
30
Phase A Current 109 Harmonic Magnitude
01516
153
46
30
Phase A Current 110 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01517
153
47
30
th
Phase A Current 111 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01518
01519
153
153
48
49
30
30
Phase A Current 112 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase A Current 113 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 27
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01520
153
50
30
01521
153
51
30
01522
153
52
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A Current 114th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A Current 115 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase A Current 116 Harmonic Magnitude
01523
153
53
30
Phase A Current 117 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01524
153
54
30
th
Phase A Current 118 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01525
153
55
30
th
Phase A Current 119 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01526
153
56
30
Phase A Current 120 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01527
153
57
30
st
Phase A Current 121 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01528
153
58
30
nd
Phase A Current 122 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01529
153
59
30
Phase A Current 123 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01530
153
60
30
th
Phase A Current 124 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01531
153
61
30
Phase A Current 125 Harmonic Magnitude
01532
153
62
30
Phase A Current 126 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01533
153
63
30
th
Phase A Current 127 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01534
154
0
30
Phase B Current 0 Harmonic Magnitude
01535
154
1
30
Phase B Current 1 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01536
154
2
30
nd
Phase B Current 2 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01537
154
3
30
Phase B Current 3 Harmonic Magnitude
01538
154
4
30
Phase B Current 4 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01539
154
5
30
th
Phase B Current 5 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01540
154
6
30
Phase B Current 6 Harmonic Magnitude
01541
154
7
30
Phase B Current 7 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01542
155
0
30
th
Phase B Current 8 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01543
155
1
30
Phase B Current 9 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01544
155
2
30
th
Phase B Current 10 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01545
155
3
30
th
Phase B Current 11 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01546
155
4
30
Phase B Current 12 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01547
155
5
30
th
Phase B Current 13 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01548
155
6
30
Phase B Current 14 Harmonic Magnitude
01549
155
7
30
Phase B Current 15 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01550
156
0
30
th
Phase B Current 16 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01551
01552
156
156
1
2
30
30
Phase B Current 17 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase B Current 18 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 28
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01553
156
3
30
01554
156
4
30
01555
156
5
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B Current 19th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B Current 20 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
Phase B Current 21 Harmonic Magnitude
01556
156
6
30
Phase B Current 22 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01557
156
7
30
rd
Phase B Current 23 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01558
156
8
30
Phase B Current 24 Harmonic Magnitude
01559
156
9
30
Phase B Current 25 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01560
156
10
30
th
Phase B Current 26 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01561
156
11
30
Phase B Current 27 Harmonic Magnitude
01562
156
12
30
Phase B Current 28 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01563
156
13
30
th
Phase B Current 29 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01564
156
14
30
Phase B Current 30 Harmonic Magnitude
01565
156
15
30
Phase B Current 31 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01566
157
0
30
nd
Phase B Current 32 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01567
157
1
30
Phase B Current 33 Harmonic Magnitude
01568
157
2
30
Phase B Current 34 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01569
157
3
30
th
Phase B Current 35 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01570
157
4
30
Phase B Current 36 Harmonic Magnitude
01571
157
5
30
Phase B Current 37 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01572
157
6
30
th
Phase B Current 38 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01573
157
7
30
th
Phase B Current 39 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01574
157
8
30
Phase B Current 40 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01575
157
9
30
st
Phase B Current 41 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01576
157
10
30
nd
Phase B Current 42 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01577
157
11
30
rd
Phase B Current43 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01578
157
12
30
Phase B Current 44 Harmonic Magnitude
01579
157
13
30
Phase B Current 45 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01580
157
14
30
th
Phase B Current 46 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01581
157
15
30
Phase B Current 47 Harmonic Magnitude
01582
157
16
30
Phase B Current 48 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01583
157
17
30
th
Phase B Current 49 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01584
01585
157
157
18
19
30
30
Phase B Current 50 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase B Current 51 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 29
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01586
157
20
30
01587
157
21
30
01588
157
22
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B Current 52nd Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
Phase B Current 53 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B Current 54 Harmonic Magnitude
01589
157
23
30
Phase B Current 55 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01590
157
24
30
th
Phase B Current 56 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01591
157
25
30
Phase B Current 57 Harmonic Magnitude
01592
157
26
30
Phase B Current 58 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01593
157
27
30
th
Phase B Current 59 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01594
157
28
30
Phase B Current 60 Harmonic Magnitude
01595
157
29
30
Phase B Current 61 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01596
157
30
30
nd
Phase B Current 62 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01597
157
31
30
Phase B Current 63 Harmonic Magnitude
01598
158
0
30
Phase B Current 64 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01599
158
1
30
th
Phase B Current 65 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01600
158
2
30
Phase B Current 66 Harmonic Magnitude
01601
158
3
30
Phase B Current 67 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01602
158
4
30
th
Phase B Current 68 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01603
158
5
30
th
Phase B Current 69 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01604
158
6
30
Phase B Current 70 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01605
158
7
30
st
Phase B Current 71 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01606
158
8
30
nd
Phase B Current 72 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01607
158
9
30
Phase B Current 73 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01608
158
10
30
th
Phase B Current 74 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01609
158
11
30
th
Phase B Current 75 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01610
158
12
30
th
Phase B Current 76 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01611
158
13
30
Phase B Current 77 Harmonic Magnitude
01612
158
14
30
Phase B Current 78 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01613
158
15
30
th
Phase B Current 79 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01614
158
16
30
Phase B Current 80 Harmonic Magnitude
01615
158
17
30
Phase B Current 81 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01616
158
18
30
nd
Phase B Current 82 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01617
01618
158
158
19
20
30
30
Phase B Current 83 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase B Current 84 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 30
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01619
158
21
30
01620
158
22
30
01621
158
23
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B Current 85th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B Current 86 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B Current 87 Harmonic Magnitude
01622
158
24
30
Phase B Current 88 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01623
158
25
30
th
Phase B Current 89 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01624
158
26
30
Phase B Current 90 Harmonic Magnitude
01625
158
27
30
Phase B Current 91 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01626
158
28
30
nd
Phase B Current 92 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01627
158
29
30
Phase B Current 93 Harmonic Magnitude
01628
158
30
30
Phase B Current 94 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01629
158
31
30
th
Phase B Current 95 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01630
158
32
30
Phase B Current 96 Harmonic Magnitude
01631
158
33
30
Phase B Current 97 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01632
158
34
30
th
Phase B Current 98 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01633
158
35
th
30
Phase B Current 99 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01634
158
36
30
Phase B Current 100 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01635
158
37
30
st
Phase B Current 101 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01636
158
38
30
nd
Phase B Current 102 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
01637
158
39
30
Phase B Current 103 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01638
158
40
30
th
Phase B Current 104 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01639
158
41
30
th
Phase B Current 105 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01640
158
42
30
Phase B Current 106 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01641
158
43
30
th
Phase B Current 107 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01642
158
44
30
Phase B Current 108 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01643
158
45
30
th
Phase B Current 109 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01644
158
46
30
Phase B Current 110 Harmonic Magnitude
01645
158
47
30
Phase B Current 111 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01646
158
48
30
th
Phase B Current 112 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01647
158
49
30
Phase B Current 113 Harmonic Magnitude
01648
158
50
30
Phase B Current 114 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01649
158
51
30
th
Phase B Current 115 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01650
01651
158
158
52
53
30
30
Phase B Current 116 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase B Current 117 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 31
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01652
158
54
30
01653
158
55
30
01654
158
56
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B Current 118th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase B Current 119 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
Phase B Current 120 Harmonic Magnitude
01655
158
57
30
Phase B Current 121 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01656
158
58
30
nd
Phase B Current 122 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01657
158
59
30
Phase B Current 123 Harmonic Magnitude
01658
158
60
30
Phase B Current 124 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01659
158
61
30
th
Phase B Current 125 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01660
158
62
30
Phase B Current 126 Harmonic Magnitude
01661
158
63
30
Phase B Current 127 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01662
159
0
30
th
Phase C Current 0 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01663
159
1
30
Phase C Current 1 Harmonic Magnitude
01664
159
2
30
Phase C Current 2 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01665
159
3
30
rd
Phase C Current 3 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01666
159
4
30
Phase C Current 4 Harmonic Magnitude
01667
159
5
30
Phase C Current 5 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01668
159
6
30
th
Phase C Current 6 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01669
159
7
30
Phase C Current 7 Harmonic Magnitude
01670
160
0
30
Phase C Current 8 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01671
160
1
30
th
Phase C Current 9 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01672
160
2
30
Phase C Current 10 Harmonic Magnitude
01673
160
3
30
Phase C Current 11 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01674
160
4
30
th
Phase C Current 12 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01675
160
5
30
Phase C Current 13 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01676
160
6
30
th
Phase C Current 14 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01677
01678
160
161
01679
01680
161
7
30
Phase C Current 15 Harmonic Magnitude
0
30
Phase C Current 16 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
1
30
th
Phase C Current 17 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
2
30
Phase C Current 18 Harmonic Magnitude
01681
161
3
30
Phase C Current 19 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01682
161
4
30
th
Phase C Current 20 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01683
01684
161
161
5
6
30
30
Phase C Current 21 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase C Current 22 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 32
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
01685
161
7
30
Phase C Current 23rd Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01686
161
8
30
th
Phase C Current 24 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01687
161
9
30
th
Phase C Current 25 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Units
Type R/W
01688
161
10
30
Phase C Current 26 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01689
161
11
30
th
Phase C Current 27 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01690
161
12
30
Phase C Current 28 Harmonic Magnitude
01691
161
13
30
Phase C Current 29 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01692
161
14
30
th
Phase C Current 30 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01693
161
15
30
Phase C Current 31 Harmonic Magnitude
01694
162
0
30
Phase C Current 32 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01695
162
1
30
rd
Phase C Current 33 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01696
162
2
30
Phase C Current 34 Harmonic Magnitude
01697
162
3
30
Phase C Current 35 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01698
162
4
30
th
Phase C Current 36 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01699
162
5
30
Phase C Current 37 Harmonic Magnitude
01700
162
6
30
Phase C Current 38 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01701
162
7
30
th
Phase C Current 39 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01702
162
8
30
Phase C Current 40 Harmonic Magnitude
01703
162
9
30
Phase C Current 41 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01704
162
10
30
nd
Phase C Current 42 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01705
162
11
30
rd
Phase C Current43 Harmonic Magnitude
th
01706
162
12
30
Phase C Current 44 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01707
162
13
30
th
Phase C Current 45 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01708
162
14
30
Phase C Current 46 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01709
162
15
30
th
Phase C Current 47 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01710
162
16
30
Phase C Current 48 Harmonic Magnitude
01711
162
17
30
Phase C Current 49 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01712
162
18
30
th
Phase C Current 50 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01713
162
19
30
Phase C Current 51 Harmonic Magnitude
01714
162
20
30
Phase C Current 52 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01715
162
21
30
rd
Phase C Current 53 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01716
01717
162
162
22
23
30
30
Phase C Current 54 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase C Current 55 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 33
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01718
162
24
30
01719
162
25
30
01720
162
26
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 56th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C Current 57 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C Current 58 Harmonic Magnitude
01721
162
27
30
Phase C Current 59 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01722
162
28
30
th
Phase C Current 60 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01723
162
29
30
Phase C Current 61 Harmonic Magnitude
01724
162
30
30
Phase C Current 62 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01725
162
31
30
rd
Phase C Current 63 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01726
163
0
30
Phase C Current 64 Harmonic Magnitude
01727
163
1
30
Phase C Current 65 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01728
163
2
30
th
Phase C Current 66 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01729
163
3
30
Phase C Current 67 Harmonic Magnitude
01730
163
4
30
Phase C Current 68 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01731
163
5
30
th
Phase C Current 69 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01732
163
6
30
Phase C Current 70 Harmonic Magnitude
01733
163
7
30
Phase C Current 71 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01734
163
8
30
nd
Phase C Current 72 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01735
163
9
30
Phase C Current 73 Harmonic Magnitude
01736
163
10
30
Phase C Current 74 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01737
163
11
30
th
Phase C Current 75 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01738
163
12
30
Phase C Current 76 Harmonic Magnitude
01739
163
13
30
Phase C Current 77 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01740
163
14
30
th
Phase C Current 78 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01741
163
15
30
Phase C Current 79 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01742
163
16
30
th
Phase C Current 80 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
01743
163
17
30
Phase C Current 81 Harmonic Magnitude
01744
163
18
30
Phase C Current 82 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01745
163
19
30
rd
Phase C Current 83 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01746
163
20
30
Phase C Current 84 Harmonic Magnitude
01747
163
21
30
Phase C Current 85 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01748
163
22
30
th
Phase C Current 86 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01749
01750
163
163
23
24
30
30
Phase C Current 87 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase C Current 88 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 34
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01751
163
25
30
01752
163
26
30
01753
163
27
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 89th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C Current 90 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
nd
Phase C Current 91 Harmonic Magnitude
01754
163
28
30
Phase C Current 92 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01755
163
29
30
rd
Phase C Current 93 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01756
163
30
30
Phase C Current 94 Harmonic Magnitude
01757
163
31
30
Phase C Current 95 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01758
163
32
30
th
Phase C Current 96 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01759
163
33
30
Phase C Current 97 Harmonic Magnitude
01760
163
34
30
Phase C Current 98 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01761
163
35
30
th
Phase C Current 99 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
30
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
01762
163
36
Phase C Current 100 Harmonic Magnitude
01763
163
37
30
Phase C Current 101 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01764
163
38
30
nd
Phase C Current 102 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01765
163
39
30
Phase C Current 103 Harmonic Magnitude
01766
163
40
30
Phase C Current 104 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01767
163
41
30
th
Phase C Current 105 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01768
163
42
30
Phase C Current 106 Harmonic Magnitude
01769
163
43
30
Phase C Current 107 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01770
163
44
30
th
Phase C Current 108 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01771
163
45
30
Phase C Current 109 Harmonic Magnitude
01772
163
46
30
Phase C Current 110 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01773
163
47
30
th
Phase C Current 111 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01774
163
48
30
Phase C Current 112 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01775
163
49
30
th
Phase C Current 113 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01776
163
50
30
Phase C Current 114 Harmonic Magnitude
01777
163
51
30
Phase C Current 115 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01778
163
52
30
th
Phase C Current 116 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
01779
163
53
30
Phase C Current 117 Harmonic Magnitude
01780
163
54
30
Phase C Current 118 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01781
163
55
30
th
Phase C Current 119 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
st
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01782
01783
163
163
56
57
30
30
Phase C Current 120 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase C Current 121 Harmonic Magnitude
2- 35
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01784
163
58
30
01785
163
59
30
01786
163
60
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 122nd Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
rd
Phase C Current 123 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
th
Phase C Current 124 Harmonic Magnitude
01787
163
61
30
Phase C Current 125 Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
01788
01789
163
163
62
63
30
30
th
Phase C Current 126 Harmonic Magnitude
Phase C Current 127th Harmonic Magnitude
+327.67% / -327.68%
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
0.01%
F10
F10
R
R
01790
164
0
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 0 Harmonic Phase
Harmonic Phase Block
01791
164
1
30
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 1 Harmonic Phase
01792
164
2
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 2 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01793
164
3
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 3 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01794
164
4
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 4 Harmonic Phase
01795
164
5
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 5 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01796
164
6
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 6 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01797
164
7
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 7 Harmonic Phase
01798
165
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 8 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01799
165
1
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 9 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01800
165
2
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 10 Harmonic Phase
th
01801
165
3
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 11 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01802
165
4
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 12 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01803
165
5
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 13 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01804
165
6
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 14 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01805
165
7
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 15 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01806
166
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 16 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01807
166
1
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 17 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01808
166
2
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 18 Harmonic Phase
01809
166
3
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 19 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01810
166
4
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 20 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
01811
166
5
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 21 Harmonic Phase
01812
166
6
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 22 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01813
166
7
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 23 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01814
01815
166
166
8
9
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 24 Harmonic Phase
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 25 Harmonic Phase
2- 36
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01816
166
10
30
01817
166
11
30
01818
166
12
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 26th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 27 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 28 Harmonic Phase
01819
166
13
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 29 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01820
166
14
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 30 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
01821
166
15
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 31 Harmonic Phase
01822
167
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 32 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01823
167
1
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 33 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01824
167
2
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 34 Harmonic Phase
01825
167
3
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 35 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01826
167
4
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 36 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01827
167
5
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 37 Harmonic Phase
01828
167
6
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 38 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01829
167
7
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 39 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
01830
167
8
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 40 Harmonic Phase
01831
167
9
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 41 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01832
167
10
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 42 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01833
167
11
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 43 Harmonic Phase
01834
167
12
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 44 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01835
167
13
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 45 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01836
167
14
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 46 Harmonic Phase
01837
167
15
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 47 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01838
167
16
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 48 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01839
167
17
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 49 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01840
167
18
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 50 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
01841
167
19
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 51 Harmonic Phase
01842
167
20
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 52 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01843
167
21
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 53 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01844
167
22
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 54 Harmonic Phase
01845
167
23
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 55 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01846
167
24
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 56 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01847
01848
167
167
25
26
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 57 Harmonic Phase
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 58 Harmonic Phase
2- 37
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01849
167
27
30
01850
167
28
30
01851
167
29
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 59th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 60 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 61 Harmonic Phase
01852
167
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 62 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01853
167
31
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 63 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01854
168
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 64 Harmonic Phase
01855
168
1
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 65 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01856
168
2
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 66 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01857
168
3
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 67 Harmonic Phase
01858
168
4
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 68 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01859
168
5
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 69 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
01860
168
6
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 70 Harmonic Phase
01861
168
7
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 71 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01862
168
8
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 72 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01863
168
9
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 73 Harmonic Phase
01864
168
10
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 74 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01865
168
11
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 75 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01866
168
12
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 76 Harmonic Phase
01867
168
13
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 77 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01868
168
14
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 78 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01869
168
15
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 79 Harmonic Phase
th
01870
168
16
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 80 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01871
168
17
30
st
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 81 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01872
168
18
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 82 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01873
168
19
30
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 83 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01874
168
20
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 84 Harmonic Phase
01875
168
21
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 85 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01876
168
22
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 86 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01877
168
23
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 87 Harmonic Phase
01878
168
24
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 88 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01879
168
25
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 89 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01880
01881
168
168
26
27
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 90 Harmonic Phase
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 91 Harmonic Phase
2- 38
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01882
168
28
30
01883
168
29
30
01884
168
30
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 92nd Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 93 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 94 Harmonic Phase
01885
168
31
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 95 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01886
168
32
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 96 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01887
168
33
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 97 Harmonic Phase
01888
168
34
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 98 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01889
168
35
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 99 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
01890
168
36
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 100 Harmonic Phase
01891
168
37
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 101 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01892
168
38
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 102 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01893
168
39
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 103 Harmonic Phase
01894
168
40
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 104 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01895
168
41
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 105 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01896
168
42
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 106 Harmonic Phase
01897
168
43
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 107 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01898
168
44
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 108 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01899
168
45
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 109 Harmonic Phase
01900
168
46
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 110 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01901
168
47
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 111 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01902
168
48
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 112 Harmonic Phase
01903
168
49
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 113 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01904
168
50
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 114 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01905
168
51
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 115 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01906
168
52
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 116 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01907
168
53
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 117 Harmonic Phase
01908
168
54
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 118 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01909
168
55
30
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 119 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
01910
168
56
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 120 Harmonic Phase
01911
168
57
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 121 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01912
168
58
30
nd
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 122 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01913
01914
168
168
59
60
30
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 123 Harmonic Phase
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 124 Harmonic Phase
2- 39
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01915
168
61
30
01916
168
62
30
01917
168
63
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 125th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 126 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage 127 Harmonic Phase
th
01918
169
0
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 0 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01919
169
1
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 1 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01920
169
2
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 2 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
01921
169
3
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 3 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01922
169
4
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 4 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01923
169
5
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 5 Harmonic Phase
01924
169
6
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 6 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01925
169
7
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 7 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01926
170
0
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 8 Harmonic Phase
01927
170
1
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 9 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01928
170
2
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 10 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01929
170
3
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 11 Harmonic Phase
01930
170
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 12 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01931
170
5
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 13 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01932
170
6
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 14 Harmonic Phase
01933
170
7
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 15 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01934
171
0
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 16 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01935
171
1
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 17 Harmonic Phase
01936
171
2
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 18 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01937
171
3
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 19 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01938
171
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 20 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01939
171
5
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 21 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01940
171
6
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 22 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
01941
171
7
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 23 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01942
171
8
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 24 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01943
171
9
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 25 Harmonic Phase
01944
171
10
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 26 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01945
171
11
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 27 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01946
01947
171
171
12
13
30
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 28 Harmonic Phase
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 29 Harmonic Phase
2- 40
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
01948
171
14
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 30th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01949
171
15
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 31 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01950
172
0
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 32 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
Units
Type R/W
01951
172
1
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 33 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01952
172
2
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 34 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01953
172
3
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 35 Harmonic Phase
01954
172
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 36 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01955
172
5
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 37 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01956
172
6
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 38 Harmonic Phase
01957
172
7
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 39 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01958
172
8
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 40 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01959
172
9
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 41 Harmonic Phase
nd
01960
172
10
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 42 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01961
172
11
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 43 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01962
172
12
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 44 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01963
172
13
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 45 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01964
172
14
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 46 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01965
172
15
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 47 Harmonic Phase
01966
172
16
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 48 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01967
172
17
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 49 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
01968
172
18
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 50 Harmonic Phase
01969
172
19
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 51 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01970
172
20
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 52 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
01971
172
21
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 53 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01972
172
22
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 54 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01973
172
23
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 55 Harmonic Phase
01974
172
24
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 56 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01975
172
25
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 57 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01976
172
26
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 58 Harmonic Phase
01977
172
27
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 59 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01978
172
28
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 60 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01979
01980
172
172
29
30
30
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 61 Harmonic Phase
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 62 Harmonic Phase
2- 41
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
01981
172
31
30
01982
173
0
30
01983
173
1
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 63rd Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 64 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 65 Harmonic Phase
01984
173
2
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 66 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01985
173
3
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 67 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01986
173
4
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 68 Harmonic Phase
01987
173
5
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 69 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01988
173
6
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 70 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01989
173
7
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 71 Harmonic Phase
nd
01990
173
8
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 72 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01991
173
9
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 73 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01992
173
10
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 74 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01993
173
11
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 75 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01994
173
12
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 76 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
01995
173
13
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 77 Harmonic Phase
01996
173
14
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 78 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
01997
173
15
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 79 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
01998
173
16
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 80 Harmonic Phase
01999
173
17
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 81 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02000
173
18
30
nd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 82 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02001
173
19
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 83 Harmonic Phase
02002
173
20
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 84 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02003
173
21
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 85 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02004
173
22
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 86 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02005
173
23
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 87 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02006
173
24
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 88 Harmonic Phase
02007
173
25
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 89 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02008
173
26
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 90 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02009
173
27
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 91 Harmonic Phase
nd
02010
173
28
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 92 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02011
173
29
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 93 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02012
173
30
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 94 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02013
173
31
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 95 Harmonic Phase
2- 42
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02014
173
32
30
02015
173
33
30
02016
173
34
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 96th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 97 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 98 Harmonic Phase
02017
173
35
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 99 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02018
173
36
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 100 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02019
173
37
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 101 Harmonic Phase
nd
02020
173
38
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 102 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02021
173
39
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 103 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02022
173
40
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 104 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02023
173
41
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 105 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02024
173
42
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 106 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02025
173
43
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 107 Harmonic Phase
02026
173
44
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 108 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02027
173
45
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 109 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02028
173
46
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 110 Harmonic Phase
02029
173
47
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 111 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02030
173
48
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 112 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02031
173
49
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 113 Harmonic Phase
02032
173
50
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 114 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02033
173
51
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 115 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02034
173
52
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 116 Harmonic Phase
02035
173
53
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 117 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02036
173
54
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 118 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02037
173
55
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 119 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02038
173
56
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 120 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02039
173
57
30
st
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 121 Harmonic Phase
nd
02040
173
58
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 122 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02041
173
59
30
rd
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 123 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02042
173
60
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 124 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02043
173
61
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 125 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02044
173
62
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 126 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02045
02046
173
174
63
0
30
30
th
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage 127 Harmonic Phase
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 0 Harmonic Phase
2- 43
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
02047
174
1
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 1st Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02048
174
2
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 2 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02049
174
3
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 3 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Units
Type R/W
02050
174
4
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 4 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02051
174
5
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 5 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02052
174
6
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 6 Harmonic Phase
02053
174
7
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 7 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02054
175
0
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 8 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02055
175
1
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 9 Harmonic Phase
th
02056
175
2
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 10 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02057
175
3
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 11 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02058
175
4
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 12 Harmonic Phase
02059
175
5
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 13 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02060
175
6
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 14 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02061
175
7
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 15 Harmonic Phase
02062
176
0
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 16 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02063
176
1
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 17 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02064
176
2
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 18 Harmonic Phase
02065
176
3
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 19 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02066
176
4
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 20 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02067
176
5
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 21 Harmonic Phase
nd
02068
176
6
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 22 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02069
176
7
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 23 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02070
176
8
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 24 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02071
176
9
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 25 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02072
176
10
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 26 Harmonic Phase
02073
176
11
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 27 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02074
176
12
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 28 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02075
176
13
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 29 Harmonic Phase
02076
176
14
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 30 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02077
176
15
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 31 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02078
02079
177
177
0
1
30
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 32 Harmonic Phase
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 33 Harmonic Phase
2- 44
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02080
177
2
30
02081
177
3
30
02082
177
4
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 34th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 35 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 36 Harmonic Phase
02083
177
5
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 37 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02084
177
6
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 38 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02085
177
7
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 39 Harmonic Phase
02086
177
8
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 40 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02087
177
9
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 41 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02088
177
10
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 42 Harmonic Phase
rd
02089
177
11
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 43 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02090
177
12
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 44 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02091
177
13
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 45 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02092
177
14
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 46 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02093
177
15
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 47 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02094
177
16
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 48 Harmonic Phase
th
02095
177
17
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 49 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02096
177
18
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 50 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02097
177
19
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 51 Harmonic Phase
nd
02098
177
20
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 52 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02099
177
21
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 53 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02100
177
22
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 54 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02101
177
23
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 55 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02102
177
24
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 56 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02103
177
25
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 57 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02104
177
26
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 58 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02105
177
27
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 59 Harmonic Phase
02106
177
28
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 60 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02107
177
29
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 61 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02108
177
30
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 62 Harmonic Phase
rd
02109
177
31
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 63 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02110
178
0
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 64 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02111
178
1
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 65 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02112
178
2
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 66 Harmonic Phase
2- 45
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02113
178
3
30
02114
178
4
30
02115
178
5
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 67th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 68 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 69 Harmonic Phase
02116
178
6
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 70 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02117
178
7
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 71 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02118
178
8
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 72 Harmonic Phase
rd
02119
178
9
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 73 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02120
178
10
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 74 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02121
178
11
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 75 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02122
178
12
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 76 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02123
178
13
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 77 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02124
178
14
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 78 Harmonic Phase
02125
178
15
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 79 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02126
178
16
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 80 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02127
178
17
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 81 Harmonic Phase
nd
02128
178
18
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 82 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02129
178
19
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 83 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02130
178
20
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 84 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02131
178
21
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 85 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02132
178
22
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 86 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02133
178
23
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 87 Harmonic Phase
02134
178
24
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 88 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02135
178
25
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 89 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02136
178
26
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 90 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02137
178
27
30
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 91 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02138
178
28
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 92 Harmonic Phase
rd
02139
178
29
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 93 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02140
178
30
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 94 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02141
178
31
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 95 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02142
178
32
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 96 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02143
178
33
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 97 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02144
02145
178
178
34
35
30
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 98 Harmonic Phase
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 99 Harmonic Phase
2- 46
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02146
178
36
30
02147
178
37
30
02148
178
38
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 100th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 101 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 102 Harmonic Phase
rd
02149
178
39
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 103 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02150
178
40
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 104 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02151
178
41
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 105 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02152
178
42
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 106 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02153
178
43
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 107 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02154
178
44
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 108 Harmonic Phase
02155
178
45
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 109 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02156
178
46
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 110 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02157
178
47
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 111 Harmonic Phase
02158
178
48
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 112 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02159
178
49
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 113 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02160
178
50
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 114 Harmonic Phase
02161
178
51
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 115 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02162
178
52
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 116 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02163
178
53
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 117 Harmonic Phase
02164
178
54
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 118 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02165
178
55
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 119 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02166
178
56
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 120 Harmonic Phase
st
02167
178
57
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 121 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02168
178
58
30
nd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 122 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02169
178
59
30
rd
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 123 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02170
178
60
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 124 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02171
178
61
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 125 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02172
178
62
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 126 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02173
178
63
30
th
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage 127 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02174
179
0
30
th
Phase A Current 0 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02175
179
1
30
Phase A Current 1 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02176
179
2
30
nd
Phase A Current 2 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02177
02178
179
179
3
4
30
30
Phase A Current 3 Harmonic Phase
Phase A Current 4 Harmonic Phase
2- 47
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02179
179
5
30
02180
179
6
30
02181
179
7
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A Current 5th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A Current 6 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A Current 7 Harmonic Phase
02182
180
0
30
Phase A Current 8 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02183
180
1
30
th
Phase A Current 9 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02184
180
2
30
Phase A Current 10 Harmonic Phase
02185
180
3
30
Phase A Current 11 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02186
180
4
30
th
Phase A Current 12 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02187
180
5
30
Phase A Current 13 Harmonic Phase
02188
180
6
30
Phase A Current 14 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02189
180
7
30
th
Phase A Current 15 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02190
181
0
30
Phase A Current 16 Harmonic Phase
02191
181
1
30
Phase A Current 17 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02192
181
2
30
th
Phase A Current 18 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02193
181
3
30
Phase A Current 19 Harmonic Phase
02194
181
4
30
Phase A Current 20 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02195
181
5
30
st
Phase A Current 21 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02196
181
6
30
nd
Phase A Current 22 Harmonic Phase
rd
02197
181
7
30
Phase A Current 23 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02198
181
8
30
th
Phase A Current 24 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02199
181
9
30
th
Phase A Current 25 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02200
181
10
30
Phase A Current 26 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02201
181
11
30
th
Phase A Current 27 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02202
181
12
30
Phase A Current 28 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02203
181
13
30
th
Phase A Current 29 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02204
181
14
30
th
Phase A Current 30 Harmonic Phase
st
02205
181
15
30
Phase A Current 31 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02206
182
0
30
nd
Phase A Current 32 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02207
182
1
30
rd
Phase A Current 33 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02208
182
2
30
Phase A Current 34 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02209
182
3
30
th
Phase A Current 35 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02210
02211
182
182
4
5
30
30
Phase A Current 36 Harmonic Phase
Phase A Current 37 Harmonic Phase
2- 48
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02212
182
6
30
02213
182
7
30
02214
182
8
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A Current 38th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A Current 39 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A Current 40 Harmonic Phase
st
02215
182
9
30
Phase A Current 41 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02216
182
10
30
nd
Phase A Current 42 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02217
182
11
30
rd
Phase A Current43 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02218
182
12
30
Phase A Current 44 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02219
182
13
30
th
Phase A Current 45 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02220
182
14
30
Phase A Current 46 Harmonic Phase
02221
182
15
30
Phase A Current 47 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02222
182
16
30
th
Phase A Current 48 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02223
182
17
30
th
Phase A Current 49 Harmonic Phase
th
02224
182
18
30
Phase A Current 50 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02225
182
19
30
st
Phase A Current 51 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02226
182
20
30
nd
Phase A Current 52 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
02227
182
21
30
Phase A Current 53 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02228
182
22
30
th
Phase A Current 54 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02229
182
23
30
th
Phase A Current 55 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02230
182
24
30
Phase A Current 56 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02231
182
25
30
th
Phase A Current 57 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02232
182
26
30
Phase A Current 58 Harmonic Phase
02233
182
27
30
Phase A Current 59 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02234
182
28
30
th
Phase A Current 60 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02235
182
29
30
Phase A Current 61 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02236
182
30
30
nd
Phase A Current 62 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02237
182
31
30
rd
Phase A Current 63 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02238
183
0
30
Phase A Current 64 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02239
183
1
30
th
Phase A Current 65 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02240
183
2
30
Phase A Current 66 Harmonic Phase
02241
183
3
30
Phase A Current 67 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02242
183
4
30
th
Phase A Current 68 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02243
02244
183
183
5
6
30
30
Phase A Current 69 Harmonic Phase
Phase A Current 70 Harmonic Phase
2- 49
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
02245
183
7
30
Phase A Current 71st Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02246
183
8
30
nd
Phase A Current 72 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02247
183
9
30
rd
Phase A Current 73 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Units
Type R/W
02248
183
10
30
Phase A Current 74 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02249
183
11
30
th
Phase A Current 75 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02250
183
12
30
Phase A Current 76 Harmonic Phase
02251
183
13
30
Phase A Current 77 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02252
183
14
30
th
Phase A Current 78 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02253
183
15
30
th
Phase A Current 79 Harmonic Phase
th
02254
183
16
30
Phase A Current 80 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02255
183
17
30
st
Phase A Current 81 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02256
183
18
30
nd
Phase A Current 82 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
02257
183
19
30
Phase A Current 83 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02258
183
20
30
th
Phase A Current 84 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02259
183
21
30
th
Phase A Current 85 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02260
183
22
30
Phase A Current 86 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02261
183
23
30
th
Phase A Current 87 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02262
183
24
30
Phase A Current 88 Harmonic Phase
02263
183
25
30
Phase A Current 89 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02264
183
26
30
th
Phase A Current 90 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
02265
183
27
30
Phase A Current 91 Harmonic Phase
02266
183
28
30
Phase A Current 92 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02267
183
29
30
rd
Phase A Current 93 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02268
183
30
30
Phase A Current 94 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02269
183
31
30
th
Phase A Current 95 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02270
183
32
30
Phase A Current 96 Harmonic Phase
02271
183
33
30
Phase A Current 97 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02272
183
34
30
th
Phase A Current 98 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02273
183
35
30
th
Phase A Current 99 Harmonic Phase
th
02274
183
36
30
Phase A Current 100 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02275
183
37
30
st
Phase A Current 101 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02276
183
38
30
nd
Phase A Current 102 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02277
183
39
30
rd
Phase A Current 103 Harmonic Phase
2- 50
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02278
183
40
30
02279
183
41
30
02280
183
42
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase A Current 104th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A Current 105 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase A Current 106 Harmonic Phase
02281
183
43
30
Phase A Current 107 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02282
183
44
30
th
Phase A Current 108 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02283
183
45
30
Phase A Current 109 Harmonic Phase
02284
183
46
30
Phase A Current 110 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02285
183
47
30
th
Phase A Current 111 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02286
183
48
30
Phase A Current 112 Harmonic Phase
02287
183
49
30
Phase A Current 113 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02288
183
50
30
th
Phase A Current 114 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02289
183
51
30
Phase A Current 115 Harmonic Phase
02290
183
52
30
Phase A Current 116 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02291
183
53
30
th
Phase A Current 117 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02292
183
54
30
Phase A Current 118 Harmonic Phase
02293
183
55
30
Phase A Current 119 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02294
183
56
30
th
Phase A Current 120 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
02295
183
57
30
Phase A Current 121 Harmonic Phase
02296
183
58
30
Phase A Current 122 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02297
183
59
30
rd
Phase A Current 123 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02298
183
60
30
Phase A Current 124 Harmonic Phase
02299
183
61
30
Phase A Current 125 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02300
183
62
30
th
Phase A Current 126 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02301
183
63
30
Phase A Current 127 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02302
184
0
30
th
Phase B Current 0 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02303
184
1
30
st
Phase B Current 1 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
02304
184
2
30
Phase B Current 2 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02305
184
3
30
rd
Phase B Current 3 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02306
184
4
30
th
Phase B Current 4 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02307
184
5
30
Phase B Current 5 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02308
184
6
30
th
Phase B Current 6 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02309
02310
184
185
7
0
30
30
Phase B Current 7 Harmonic Phase
Phase B Current 8 Harmonic Phase
2- 51
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
02311
185
1
30
Phase B Current 9th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02312
185
2
30
th
Phase B Current 10 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02313
185
3
30
th
Phase B Current 11 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Units
Type R/W
02314
185
4
30
Phase B Current 12 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02315
185
5
30
th
Phase B Current 13 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02316
185
6
30
Phase B Current 14 Harmonic Phase
02317
185
7
30
Phase B Current 15 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02318
186
0
30
th
Phase B Current 16 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02319
186
1
30
Phase B Current 17 Harmonic Phase
02320
186
2
30
Phase B Current 18 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02321
186
3
30
th
Phase B Current 19 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02322
186
4
30
Phase B Current 20 Harmonic Phase
02323
186
5
30
Phase B Current 21 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02324
186
6
30
nd
Phase B Current 22 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02325
186
7
30
Phase B Current 23 Harmonic Phase
02326
186
8
30
Phase B Current 24 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02327
186
9
30
th
Phase B Current 25 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02328
186
10
30
Phase B Current 26 Harmonic Phase
02329
186
11
30
Phase B Current 27 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02330
186
12
30
th
Phase B Current 28 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02331
186
13
30
Phase B Current 29 Harmonic Phase
02332
186
14
30
Phase B Current 30 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02333
186
15
30
st
Phase B Current 31 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
02334
187
0
30
Phase B Current 32 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02335
187
1
30
rd
Phase B Current 33 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02336
187
2
30
th
Phase B Current 34 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02337
187
3
30
Phase B Current 35 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02338
187
4
30
th
Phase B Current 36 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02339
187
5
30
Phase B Current 37 Harmonic Phase
02340
187
6
30
Phase B Current 38 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02341
187
7
30
th
Phase B Current 39 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02342
02343
187
187
8
9
30
30
Phase B Current 40 Harmonic Phase
Phase B Current 41 Harmonic Phase
2- 52
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
02344
187
10
30
Phase B Current 42nd Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02345
187
11
30
rd
Phase B Current43 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02346
187
12
30
th
Phase B Current 44 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Units
Type R/W
02347
187
13
30
Phase B Current 45 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02348
187
14
30
th
Phase B Current 46 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02349
187
15
30
Phase B Current 47 Harmonic Phase
02350
187
16
30
Phase B Current 48 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02351
187
17
30
th
Phase B Current 49 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02352
187
18
30
Phase B Current 50 Harmonic Phase
02353
187
19
30
Phase B Current 51 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02354
187
20
30
nd
Phase B Current 52 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02355
187
21
30
Phase B Current 53 Harmonic Phase
02356
187
22
30
Phase B Current 54 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02357
187
23
30
th
Phase B Current 55 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02358
187
24
30
Phase B Current 56 Harmonic Phase
02359
187
25
30
Phase B Current 57 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02360
187
26
30
th
Phase B Current 58 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02361
187
27
30
Phase B Current 59 Harmonic Phase
02362
187
28
30
Phase B Current 60 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02363
187
29
30
st
Phase B Current 61 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02364
187
30
30
nd
Phase B Current 62 Harmonic Phase
rd
02365
187
31
30
Phase B Current 63 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02366
188
0
30
th
Phase B Current 64 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02367
188
1
30
th
Phase B Current 65 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02368
188
2
30
th
Phase B Current 66 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02369
188
3
30
Phase B Current 67 Harmonic Phase
02370
188
4
30
Phase B Current 68 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02371
188
5
30
th
Phase B Current 69 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02372
188
6
30
Phase B Current 70 Harmonic Phase
02373
188
7
30
Phase B Current 71 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02374
188
8
30
nd
Phase B Current 72 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02375
02376
188
188
9
10
30
30
Phase B Current 73 Harmonic Phase
Phase B Current 74 Harmonic Phase
2- 53
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02377
188
11
30
02378
188
12
30
02379
188
13
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B Current 75th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B Current 76 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B Current 77 Harmonic Phase
02380
188
14
30
Phase B Current 78 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02381
188
15
30
th
Phase B Current 79 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02382
188
16
30
Phase B Current 80 Harmonic Phase
02383
188
17
30
Phase B Current 81 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02384
188
18
30
nd
Phase B Current 82 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02385
188
19
30
Phase B Current 83 Harmonic Phase
02386
188
20
30
Phase B Current 84 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02387
188
21
30
th
Phase B Current 85 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02388
188
22
30
Phase B Current 86 Harmonic Phase
02389
188
23
30
Phase B Current 87 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02390
188
24
30
th
Phase B Current 88 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02391
188
25
30
Phase B Current 89 Harmonic Phase
02392
188
26
30
Phase B Current 90 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02393
188
27
30
st
Phase B Current 91 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02394
188
28
30
nd
Phase B Current 92 Harmonic Phase
rd
02395
188
29
30
Phase B Current 93 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02396
188
30
30
th
Phase B Current 94 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02397
188
31
30
th
Phase B Current 95 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02398
188
32
30
Phase B Current 96 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02399
188
33
30
th
Phase B Current 97 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02400
188
34
30
Phase B Current 98 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02401
188
35
30
th
Phase B Current 99 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02402
188
36
30
Phase B Current 100 Harmonic Phase
02403
188
37
30
Phase B Current 101 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02404
188
38
30
nd
Phase B Current 102 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02405
188
39
30
Phase B Current 103 Harmonic Phase
02406
188
40
30
Phase B Current 104 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02407
188
41
30
th
Phase B Current 105 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02408
02409
188
188
42
43
30
30
Phase B Current 106 Harmonic Phase
Phase B Current 107 Harmonic Phase
2- 54
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02410
188
44
30
02411
188
45
30
02412
188
46
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase B Current 108th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B Current 109 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase B Current 110 Harmonic Phase
02413
188
47
30
Phase B Current 111 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02414
188
48
30
th
Phase B Current 112 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02415
188
49
30
Phase B Current 113 Harmonic Phase
02416
188
50
30
Phase B Current 114 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02417
188
51
30
th
Phase B Current 115 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02418
188
52
30
Phase B Current 116 Harmonic Phase
02419
188
53
30
Phase B Current 117 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02420
188
54
30
th
Phase B Current 118 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02421
188
55
30
Phase B Current 119 Harmonic Phase
02422
188
56
30
Phase B Current 120 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02423
188
57
30
st
Phase B Current 121 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02424
188
58
30
nd
Phase B Current 122 Harmonic Phase
rd
02425
188
59
30
Phase B Current 123 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02426
188
60
30
th
Phase B Current 124 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02427
188
61
30
th
Phase B Current 125 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02428
188
62
30
Phase B Current 126 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02429
188
63
30
th
Phase B Current 127 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02430
189
0
30
Phase C Current 0 Harmonic Phase
02431
189
1
30
Phase C Current 1 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02432
189
2
30
nd
Phase C Current 2 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
02433
189
3
30
Phase C Current 3 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02434
189
4
30
th
Phase C Current 4 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02435
189
5
30
th
Phase C Current 5 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02436
189
6
30
Phase C Current 6 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02437
189
7
30
th
Phase C Current 7 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02438
190
0
30
th
Phase C Current 8 Harmonic Phase
th
02439
190
1
30
Phase C Current 9 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02440
190
2
30
th
Phase C Current 10 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02441
190
3
30
th
Phase C Current 11 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02442
190
4
30
th
Phase C Current 12 Harmonic Phase
2- 55
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02443
190
5
30
02444
190
6
30
02445
190
7
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 13th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 14 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 15 Harmonic Phase
02446
191
0
30
Phase C Current 16 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02447
191
1
30
th
Phase C Current 17 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02448
191
2
30
Phase C Current 18 Harmonic Phase
02449
191
3
30
Phase C Current 19 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02450
191
4
30
th
Phase C Current 20 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02451
191
5
30
st
Phase C Current 21 Harmonic Phase
nd
02452
191
6
30
Phase C Current 22 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02453
191
7
30
rd
Phase C Current 23 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02454
191
8
30
th
Phase C Current 24 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02455
191
9
30
Phase C Current 25 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02456
191
10
30
th
Phase C Current 26 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02457
191
11
30
Phase C Current 27 Harmonic Phase
02458
191
12
30
Phase C Current 28 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02459
191
13
30
th
Phase C Current 29 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02460
191
14
30
Phase C Current 30 Harmonic Phase
02461
191
15
30
Phase C Current 31 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02462
192
0
30
nd
Phase C Current 32 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02463
192
1
30
Phase C Current 33 Harmonic Phase
02464
192
2
30
Phase C Current 34 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02465
192
3
30
th
Phase C Current 35 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02466
192
4
30
Phase C Current 36 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02467
192
5
30
th
Phase C Current 37 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02468
192
6
30
Phase C Current 38 Harmonic Phase
02469
192
7
30
Phase C Current 39 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02470
192
8
30
th
Phase C Current 40 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02471
192
9
30
st
Phase C Current 41 Harmonic Phase
nd
02472
192
10
30
Phase C Current 42 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02473
192
11
30
rd
Phase C Current43 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02474
192
12
30
th
Phase C Current 44 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02475
192
13
30
th
Phase C Current 45 Harmonic Phase
2- 56
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02476
192
14
30
02477
192
15
30
02478
192
16
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 46th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 47 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 48 Harmonic Phase
02479
192
17
30
Phase C Current 49 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02480
192
18
30
th
Phase C Current 50 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02481
192
19
30
st
Phase C Current 51 Harmonic Phase
nd
02482
192
20
30
Phase C Current 52 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02483
192
21
30
rd
Phase C Current 53 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02484
192
22
30
th
Phase C Current 54 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02485
192
23
30
Phase C Current 55 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02486
192
24
30
th
Phase C Current 56 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02487
192
25
30
Phase C Current 57 Harmonic Phase
02488
192
26
30
Phase C Current 58 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02489
192
27
30
th
Phase C Current 59 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02490
192
28
30
Phase C Current 60 Harmonic Phase
02491
192
29
30
Phase C Current 61 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02492
192
30
30
nd
Phase C Current 62 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02493
192
31
30
Phase C Current 63 Harmonic Phase
02494
193
0
30
Phase C Current 64 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02495
193
1
30
th
Phase C Current 65 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02496
193
2
30
Phase C Current 66 Harmonic Phase
02497
193
3
30
Phase C Current 67 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02498
193
4
30
th
Phase C Current 68 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02499
193
5
30
Phase C Current 69 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02500
193
6
30
th
Phase C Current 70 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02501
193
7
30
st
Phase C Current 71 Harmonic Phase
nd
02502
193
8
30
Phase C Current 72 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02503
193
9
30
rd
Phase C Current 73 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02504
193
10
30
th
Phase C Current 74 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02505
193
11
30
Phase C Current 75 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02506
193
12
30
th
Phase C Current 76 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02507
02508
193
193
13
14
30
30
Phase C Current 77 Harmonic Phase
Phase C Current 78 Harmonic Phase
2- 57
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02509
193
15
30
02510
193
16
30
02511
193
17
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 79th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 80 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
Phase C Current 81 Harmonic Phase
nd
02512
193
18
30
Phase C Current 82 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02513
193
19
30
rd
Phase C Current 83 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02514
193
20
30
th
Phase C Current 84 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02515
193
21
30
Phase C Current 85 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02516
193
22
30
th
Phase C Current 86 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02517
193
23
30
Phase C Current 87 Harmonic Phase
02518
193
24
30
Phase C Current 88 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02519
193
25
30
th
Phase C Current 89 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02520
193
26
30
Phase C Current 90 Harmonic Phase
02521
193
27
30
Phase C Current 91 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02522
193
28
30
nd
Phase C Current 92 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02523
193
29
30
Phase C Current 93 Harmonic Phase
02524
193
30
30
Phase C Current 94 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02525
193
31
30
th
Phase C Current 95 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02526
193
32
30
Phase C Current 96 Harmonic Phase
02527
193
33
30
Phase C Current 97 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02528
193
34
30
th
Phase C Current 98 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02529
193
35
30
th
Phase C Current 99 Harmonic Phase
th
02530
193
36
30
Phase C Current 100 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02531
193
37
30
st
Phase C Current 101 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
nd
02532
193
38
30
Phase C Current 102 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02533
193
39
30
rd
Phase C Current 103 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02534
193
40
30
th
Phase C Current 104 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02535
193
41
30
Phase C Current 105 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02536
193
42
30
th
Phase C Current 106 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02537
193
43
30
Phase C Current 107 Harmonic Phase
02538
193
44
30
Phase C Current 108 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02539
193
45
30
th
Phase C Current 109 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02540
02541
193
193
46
47
30
30
Phase C Current 110 Harmonic Phase
Phase C Current 111 Harmonic Phase
2- 58
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
02542
193
48
30
02543
193
49
30
02544
193
50
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Phase C Current 112th Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 113 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
Phase C Current 114 Harmonic Phase
02545
193
51
30
Phase C Current 115 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02546
193
52
30
th
Phase C Current 116 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02547
193
53
30
Phase C Current 117 Harmonic Phase
02548
193
54
30
Phase C Current 118 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02549
193
55
30
th
Phase C Current 119 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
st
02550
193
56
30
Phase C Current 120 Harmonic Phase
02551
193
57
30
Phase C Current 121 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02552
193
58
30
nd
Phase C Current 122 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
rd
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
th
02553
193
59
30
Phase C Current 123 Harmonic Phase
02554
193
60
30
Phase C Current 124 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02555
193
61
30
th
Phase C Current 125 Harmonic Phase
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
+180 degree / -180 degree
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
0.01 degree
F9
F9
R
R
02556
02557
193
193
62
63
30
30
th
Phase C Current 126 Harmonic Phase
Phase C Current 127th Harmonic Phase
THD/K-Factor Block
02558
194
0
30
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage THD
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02559
195
0
30
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage THD
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02560
196
0
30
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage THD
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02561
197
0
30
Phase A Current THD
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02562
198
0
30
Phase B Current THD
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02563
199
0
30
Phase C Current THD
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02564
200
0
30
Phase A Current K-Factor
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
02565
02566
201
202
0
0
30
30
Phase B Current K-Factor
Phase C Current K-Factor
+327.67% / -327.68%
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
0.01%
F10
F10
R
R
02567-02570
203
0
50
Phase A-N / Phase A-B Voltage Harmonic Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02571-02574
204
0
50
Phase B-N / Phase B-C Voltage Harmonic Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02575-02578
205
0
50
Phase C-N / Phase C-A Voltage Harmonic Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02579-02582
206
0
50
Phase A Current Harmonic Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02583-02586
02587-02590
207
208
0
0
50
50
Phase B Current Harmonic Time Stamp
Phase C Current Harmonic Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
Harmonic Time Stamp Block
2- 59
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
02591-02594
209
0
50
Phase Angle Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02595
210
0
30
Phase Angle Phase A-N Voltage
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02596
210
02597
210
1
30
Phase Angle Phase B-N Voltage
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
2
30
Phase Angle Phase C-N Voltage
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02598
211
0
30
Phase Angle Phase A Current
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02599
211
1
30
Phase Angle Phase B Current
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02600
211
2
30
Phase Angle Phase C Current
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02601
212
0
30
Phase Angle Phase A-B Voltage
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02602
212
1
30
Phase Angle Phase B-C Voltage
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
R
02603
02604
212
213
2
0
30
30
Phase Angle Phase C-A Voltage
Voltage Phase Sequence
+180 degree / -180 degree
0.01 degree
F9
F13
R
R
02605-02608
214
0
50
Block Window Average Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02609
215
0
30
Block Window Average Status
F14
R
02610-02611
216
0
30
Block Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02612-02613
216
1
30
Block Window Average VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02614-02615
216
2
30
Block Window Average Watt
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02616-02617
217
0
30
Maximum Block Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02618-02619
217
1
30
Maximum Block Window Average Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02620-02621
217
2
30
Maximum Block Window Average Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02622-02623
217
3
30
Maximum Block Window Average Positive Watt
+32767 W /0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02624-02625
217
4
30
Maximum Block Window Average Negative Watt
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02626-02627
218
0
30
Minimum Block Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02628-02629
218
1
30
Minimum Block Window Average Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02630-02631
218
2
30
Minimum Block Window Average Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02632-02633
218
3
30
Minimum Block Window Average Positive Watt
+32767 W /0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02634-02635
218
4
30
Minimum Block Window Average Negative Watt
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02636-02637
219
0
30
Coincident Block Window Average VAR for Maximum Positive Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02638-02639
219
1
30
Coincident Block Window Average VAR for Maximum Negative Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02640-02641
219
2
30
Coincident Block Window Average VAR for Minimum Positive Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02642-02643
219
3
30
Coincident Block Window Average VAR for Minimum Negative Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02644-02647
220
0
50
Maximum Block Window Average VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
Phase Angle Block
Block Window Average Block
F3
2- 60
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
02648-02651
220
1
50
02652-02655
220
2
50
Maximum Block Window Average Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Maximum Block Window Average Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02656-02659
220
3
50
Maximum Block Window Average Positive Watt Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02660-02663
220
02664-02667
221
4
50
Maximum Block Window Average Negative Watt Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
0
50
Minimum Block Window Average VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02668-02671
221
1
50
Minimum Block Window Average Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02672-02675
221
2
50
Minimum Block Window Average Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02676-02679
02680-02683
221
221
3
4
50
50
Minimum Block Window Average Positive Watt Time Stamp
Minimum Block Window Average Negative Watt Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
02684-02687
222
0
50
Rolling Window Average Block Time Stamp
10 msec
F3
R
02688
223
0
30
Rolling Window Average Status
F14
R
02689-02690
224
0
30
Predictive Rolling Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02691-02692
224
1
30
Predictive Rolling Window Average VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02693-02694
224
2
30
Predictive Rolling Window Average W
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02695-02696
225
0
30
Rolling Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02697-02698
225
1
30
Rolling Window Average VAR
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02699-02700
225
2
30
Rolling Window Average W
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02701-02702
226
0
30
Maximum Rolling Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02703-02704
226
1
30
Maximum Rolling Window Average Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02705-02706
226
2
30
Maximum Rolling Window Average Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02707-02708
226
3
30
Maximum Rolling Window Average Positive Watt
+32767 W /0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02709-02710
226
4
30
Maximum Rolling Window Average Negative Watt
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02711-02712
227
0
30
Minimum Rolling Window Average VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/ 65536 VA sec
F7
R
02713-02714
227
1
30
Minimum Rolling Window Average Positive VAR
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02715-02716
227
2
30
Minimum Rolling Window Average Negative VAR
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02717-02718
227
3
30
Minimum Rolling Window Average Positive Watt
+32767 W /0 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02719-02720
227
4
30
Minimum Rolling Window Average Negative Watt
0 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
02721-02722
228
0
30
Coincident Rolling Window Average VAR for Maximum Positive Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02723-02724
228
1
30
Coincident Rolling Window Average VAR for Maximum Negative Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02725-02726
228
2
30
Coincident Rolling Window Average VAR for Minimum Positive Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02727-02728
228
3
30
Coincident Rolling Window Average VAR for Minimum Negative Watt
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
02729-02732
229
0
50
Maximum Rolling Window Average VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
Rolling Window/Predictive Rolling Window Block
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
2- 61
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
02733-02736
229
1
50
02737-02740
229
2
50
Maximum Rolling Window Average Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Maximum Rolling Window Average Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02741-02744
229
3
50
Maximum Rolling Window Average Positive Watt Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02745-02748
229
02749-02752
230
4
50
Maximum Rolling Window Average Negative Watt Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
0
50
Minimum Rolling Window Average VA Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02753-02756
230
1
50
Minimum Rolling Window Average Positive VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02757-02760
230
2
50
Minimum Rolling Window Average Negative VAR Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02761-02764
02765-02768
230
230
3
4
50
50
Minimum Rolling Window Average Positive Watt Time Stamp
Minimum Rolling Window Average Negative Watt Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
02769
231
0-15
1
Limit States, Value 1 Comparisons, 1-16
F15
R
02770
231
16-31
1
Limit States, Value 1 Comparisons, 17-32
F15
R
02771
232
0-15
1
Limit States, Value 2 Comparisons, 1-16
F15
R
02772
02773
232
233
16-31
0-7
1
1
Limit States, Value 2 Comparisons, 17-32
Low Speed (Internal) Inputs
F15
F16
R
R
02774
234
0-7
1
Digital Input States, Module 1
F17
R
02775-02776
235
0
20
Digital Input Accumulation 1, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02777-02778
235
1
20
Digital Input Accumulation 2, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02779-02780
235
2
20
Digital Input Accumulation 3, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02781-02782
235
3
20
Digital Input Accumulation 4, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02783-02784
235
4
20
Digital Input Accumulation 5, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02785-02786
235
5
20
Digital Input Accumulation 6, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02787-02788
235
6
20
Digital Input Accumulation 7, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02789-02790
235
7
20
Digital Input Accumulation 8, Module 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02791
236
0-7
1
Digital Input States, Module 2
F17
R
02792-02793
237
0
20
Digital Input Accumulation 1, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02794-02795
237
1
20
Digital Input Accumulation 2, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02796-02797
237
2
20
Digital Input Accumulation 3, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02798-02799
237
3
20
Digital Input Accumulation 4, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02800-02801
237
4
20
Digital Input Accumulation 5, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02802-02803
237
5
20
Digital Input Accumulation 6, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
02804-02805
237
6
20
Digital Input Accumulation 7, Module 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Limit Block
Digital Input Block
2- 62
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
02806-02807
237
7
20
Digital Input Accumulation 8, Module 2
02808
238
0-7
1
Digital Input States, Module 3
02809-02810
239
0
20
Digital Input Accumulation 1, Module 3
02811-02812
239
1
20
02813-02814
239
2
20
02815-02816
239
3
02817-02818
239
02819-02820
239
02821-02822
239
02823-02824
02825
Range
Units
4,294,967,295 / 0
Type R/W
F18
R
F17
R
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Digital Input Accumulation 2, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Digital Input Accumulation 3, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
20
Digital Input Accumulation 4, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
4
20
Digital Input Accumulation 5, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
5
20
Digital Input Accumulation 6, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
6
20
Digital Input Accumulation 7, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
239
7
20
Digital Input Accumulation 8, Module 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
240
0-7
1
Digital Input States, Module 4
02826-02827
241
0
20
Digital Input Accumulation 1, Module 4
02828-02829
241
1
20
02830-02831
241
2
20
02832-02833
241
3
02834-02835
241
02836-02837
241
02838-02839
02840-02841
F18
R
F17
R
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Digital Input Accumulation 2, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Digital Input Accumulation 3, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
20
Digital Input Accumulation 4, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
4
20
Digital Input Accumulation 5, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
5
20
Digital Input Accumulation 6, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
241
6
20
Digital Input Accumulation 7, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
241
7
20
Digital Input Accumulation 8, Module 4
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Primary Accumulation Block
02842-02845
02846-02849
242
243
0
0
50
20
Primary Accumulation Block Time Stamp
Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
02850-02853
243
1
20
02854-02857
243
2
20
02858-02861
243
3
02862-02865
243
02866-02869
243
02870-02873
10 msec
F3
F19
R
R
VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
20
Vahour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
4
20
VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9, 999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
5
20
Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F19
R
243
6
20
VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
02874-02877
243
7
20
VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh /0 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
02878-02881
243
8
20
Vahour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
02882-02885
243
9
20
VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
02886-02889
244
0
20
Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
02890-02893
244
1
20
VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
2- 63
DNP
Description
Obj
20 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
Address
Line
Pt
02894-02897
244
2
02898-02901
244
3
20
02902-02905
244
4
02906-02909
244
5
02910-02913
244
02914-02917
02918-02921
02922-02925
02926-02929
Range
Units
Type R/W
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
Vahour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
20
VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
6
20
VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
244
7
20
VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
244
8
20
Vahour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
244
9
20
VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
245
0
20
2
2
I t Phase A
+9,999,999,999,999,999 I t / 0
2
2
F20
R
2
F19
R
2
1I t
02930-02933
245
1
20
I t Phase B
+9,999,999,999,999,999 I t / 0
1I t
F19
R
02934-02937
245
2
20
2
I t Phase C
+9,999,999,999,999,999 I2t / 0
1 I2t
F19
R
2
F19
R
2
02938-02941
245
3
20
2
2
V t Phase A
+9,999,999,999,999,999 V t / 0
2
2
1V t
02942-02945
245
4
20
V t Phase B
+9,999,999,999,999,999 V t / 0
1V t
F19
R
02946-02949
245
5
20
2
V t Phase C
+9,999,999,999,999,999 V2t / 0
1 V2t
F19
R
2
F20
R
2
02950-02953
246
0
20
2
2
I t Phase A
+9,999,999,999,999,999 I t / 0
2
2
1I t
02954-02957
246
1
20
I t Phase B
+9,999,999,999,999,999 I t / 0
1I t
F20
R
02958-02961
246
2
20
2
I t Phase C
+9,999,999,999,999,999 I2t / 0
1 I2t
F20
R
2
F20
R
2
F20
F20
R
R
02962-02965
02966-02969
02970-02973
246
246
246
3
4
5
20
20
20
2
2
V t Phase A
+9,999,999,999,999,999 V t / 0
2
2
V t Phase B
V2t Phase C
+9,999,999,999,999,999 V t / 0
+9,999,999,999,999,999 V2t / 0
1V t
1V t
1 V2t
Time of Use Period Time Stamp Block
02974
247
0
30
Time of Use Status
F14
R
02975-02978
248
0
50
Time of Use Frozen Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02979-02982
248
1
50
Time of Use Frozen End Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02983-02986
248
2
50
Time of Use Prior Month Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02987-02990
248
3
50
Time of Use Prior Month End Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02991-02994
248
4
50
Time of Use Active Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02995-02998
248
5
50
Time of Use Active End Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
02999-03002
248
6
50
Time of Use Current Month Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03003-03006
248
7
50
Time of Use Current Month End Time
03007
249
0
30
Time of Use Frozen / Prior Month Average Select
03008
249
1
30
Time of Use Active / Current Month Average Select
03009-03010
250
0
30
Time of Use Frozen CT Ratio Numerator
2- 64
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03011-03012
250
1
30
Time of Use Frozen CT Ratio Denominator
03013-03014
250
2
30
Time of Use Frozen PT Ratio Numerator
03015-03016
250
3
30
Time of Use Frozen PT Ratio Denominator
03017-03018
250
4
30
Time of Use Prior Month CT Ratio Numerator
03019-03020
250
5
30
Time of Use Prior Month CT Ratio Denominator
03021-03022
250
6
30
Time of Use Prior Month PT Ratio Numerator
03023-03024
250
7
30
Time of Use Prior Month PT Ratio Denominator
03025-03026
250
8
30
Time of Use Active CT Ratio Numerator
03027-03028
250
9
30
Time of Use Active CT Ratio Denominator
03029-03030
250
10
30
Time of Use Active PT Ratio Numerator
03031-03032
250
11
30
Time of Use Active PT Ratio Denominator
03033-03034
250
12
30
Time of Use Current Month CT Ratio Numerator
03035-03036
250
13
30
Time of Use Current Month CT Ratio Denominator
03037-03038
03039-03040
250
250
14
15
30
30
Time of Use Current Month PT Ratio Numerator
Time of Use Current Month PT Ratio Denominator
03041-03044
251
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Register 1 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
03045-03048
251
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 WH
F20
R
1 VAH
F20
R
03049-03052
251
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03053-03056
251
3
20
03057-03060
251
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03061-03064
251
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03065-03068
251
03069-03072
251
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03073-03076
251
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03077-03080
251
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03081-03082
252
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03083-03084
252
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03085-03086
252
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03087-03088
252
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03089-03090
253
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 +4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03091-03092
253
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2+3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03093-03096
254
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
F3
2- 65
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03097-03100
254
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03101-03104
03105-03108
254
254
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03109-03112
255
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Register 2 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03113-03116
255
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03117-03120
255
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03121-03124
255
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03125-03128
255
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03129-03132
255
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03133-03136
255
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03137-03140
255
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03141-03144
255
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03145-03148
255
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03149-03150
256
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03151-03152
256
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03153-03154
256
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03155-03156
256
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03157-03158
257
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 +4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03159-03160
257
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 +3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03161-03164
258
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03165-03168
258
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand Del. Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03169-03172
03173-03176
258
258
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand Rec. VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Peak Demand Del. VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03177-03180
259
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Reg 3 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03181-03184
259
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03185-03188
259
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03189-03192
259
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03193-03196
259
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03197-03200
259
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03201-03204
259
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03205-03208
259
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 66
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03209-03212
259
8
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03213-03216
259
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03217-03218
260
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03219-03220
260
03221-03222
260
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03223-03224
260
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03225-03226
261
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 +4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03227-03228
261
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 +3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03229-03232
262
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03233-03236
262
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03237-03240
03241-03244
262
262
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03245-03248
263
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Reg 4 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 Received (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03249-03252
263
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03253-03256
263
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03257-03260
263
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03261-03264
263
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03265-03268
263
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03269-03272
263
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03273-03276
263
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03277-03280
263
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03281-03284
263
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03285-03286
264
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03287-03288
264
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03289-03290
264
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03291-03292
264
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03293-03294
265
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 +4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03295-03296
265
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 +3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03297-03300
266
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03301-03304
266
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03305-03308
03309-03312
266
266
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
F3
2- 67
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
03313-03316
267
0
20
03317-03320
267
1
03321-03324
267
2
03325-03328
267
03329-03332
03333-03336
Range
Units
Type R/W
Time of Use Frozen Reg 5 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
267
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
267
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03337-03340
267
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03341-03344
267
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03345-03348
267
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03349-03352
267
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03353-03354
268
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03355-03356
268
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03357-03358
268
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03359-03360
268
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03361-03362
269
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03363-03364
269
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03365-03368
270
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03369-03372
270
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03373-03376
03377-03380
270
270
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03381-03384
271
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Reg 6 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03385-03388
271
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03389-03392
271
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03393-03396
271
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03397-03400
271
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03401-03404
271
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03405-03408
271
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03409-03412
271
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03413-03416
271
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03417-03420
271
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03421-03422
272
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
F3
2- 68
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
03423-03424
272
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
03425-03426
272
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
03427-03428
272
3
30
03429-03430
273
0
03431-03432
273
1
03433-03436
274
03437-03440
03441-03444
03445-03448
Range
Units
Type R/W
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
30
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
30
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
274
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
274
274
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03449-03452
275
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Reg 7 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03453-03456
275
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03457-03460
275
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03461-03464
275
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03465-03468
275
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03469-03472
275
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03473-03476
275
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03477-03480
275
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03481-03484
275
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03485-03488
275
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03489-03490
276
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03491-03492
276
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03493-03494
276
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03495-03496
276
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03497-03498
277
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03499-03500
277
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03501-03504
278
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03505-03508
278
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03509-03512
03513-03516
278
278
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03517-03520
279
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Reg 8 Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03521-03524
279
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
1 VAH
F20
R
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
F3
2- 69
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03525-03528
279
2
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03529-03532
279
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03533-03536
279
4
03537-03540
279
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03541-03544
279
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03545-03548
03549-03552
279
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
279
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03553-03556
279
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03557-03558
280
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03559-03560
280
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03561-03562
280
2
30
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03563-03564
280
3
30
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03565-03566
281
0
30
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03567-03568
281
1
30
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03569-03572
282
0
50
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03573-03576
282
1
50
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03577-03580
03581-03584
282
282
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03585-03588
283
0
20
Time of Use Frozen Total Block
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03589-03592
283
1
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03593-03596
283
2
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03597-03600
283
3
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03601-03604
283
4
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03605-03608
283
5
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03609-03612
283
6
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03613-03616
283
7
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03617-03620
283
8
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03621-03624
283
9
20
obsolete-TOU Frozen Total VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03625-03626
284
0
30
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03627-03628
284
1
30
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03629-03630
284
2
30
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03631-03632
284
3
30
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
F3
2- 70
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
03633-03634
285
0
30
03635-03636
285
1
30
03637-03640
286
0
03641-03644
286
03645-03648
03649-03652
286
286
03653-03656
Type R/W
TOU Frozen Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Frozen Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadarnt 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
50
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
1
50
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2
3
50
50
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Frozen Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
287
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 1 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03657-03660
287
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03661-03664
287
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03665-03668
287
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03669-03672
287
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03673-03676
287
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03677-03680
287
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03681-03684
287
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03685-03688
287
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03689-03692
287
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03693-03694
288
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03695-03696
288
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03697-03698
288
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03699-03700
288
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03701-03702
289
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1+4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03703-03704
289
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2+3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03705-03708
290
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03709-03712
290
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03713-03716
03717-03720
290
290
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03721-03724
291
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 2 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03725-03728
291
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03729-03732
291
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03733-03736
291
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03737-03740
291
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 71
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03741-03744
291
5
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03745-03748
291
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03749-03752
291
7
03753-03756
291
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03757-03760
291
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03761-03762
292
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03763-03764
292
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03765-03766
292
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03767-03768
292
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03769-03770
293
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03771-03772
293
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03773-03776
294
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03777-03780
294
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03781-03784
03785-03788
294
294
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03789-03792
295
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 3 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03793-03796
295
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03797-03800
295
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03801-03804
295
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03805-03808
295
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03809-03812
295
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03813-03816
295
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03817-03720
295
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03821-03824
295
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03825-03828
295
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03829-03830
296
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03831-03832
296
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03833-03834
296
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03835-03836
296
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03837-03838
297
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03839-03840
297
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03841-03844
298
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
F3
F3
2- 72
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03845-03848
298
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03849-03852
03853-03856
298
298
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03857-03860
299
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 4 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03861-03864
299
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03865-03868
299
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03869-03872
299
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03873-03876
299
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03877-03880
299
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03881-03884
299
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03885-03888
299
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03889-03892
299
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03893-03896
299
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03897-03898
300
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03899-03900
300
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03901-03902
300
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03903-03904
300
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03905-03906
301
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03907-03908
301
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03909-03912
302
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03913-03916
302
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03917-03920
03921-03924
302
302
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03925-03928
303
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 5 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03929-03932
303
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03933-03936
303
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03937-03940
303
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03941-03944
303
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03945-03948
303
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03949-03852
303
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03953-03956
303
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 73
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
03957-03960
303
8
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
03961-03964
303
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
03965-03966
304
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
03967-03968
304
03969-03970
304
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03971-03972
304
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03973-03974
305
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03975-03976
305
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
03977-03980
306
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
03981-03984
306
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
03985-03988
03989-03992
306
306
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
03993-03996
307
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 6 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
03997-04000
307
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04001-04004
307
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04005-04008
307
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04009-04012
307
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04013-04016
307
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04017-04020
307
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04021-04024
307
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04025-04028
307
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04029-04032
307
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04033-04034
308
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04035-04036
308
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04037-04038
308
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04039-04040
308
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04041-04042
309
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04043-04044
309
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04045-04048
310
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04049-04052
310
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04053-04056
04057-04060
310
310
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
F3
2- 74
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
04061-04064
311
0
20
04065-04068
311
1
04069-04072
311
2
04073-04076
311
04077-04080
04081-04084
Range
Units
Type R/W
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 7 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
311
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
311
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04085-04088
311
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04089-04092
311
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04093-04096
311
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04097-04100
311
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04101-04102
312
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04103-04104
312
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04105-04106
312
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04107-04108
312
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04109-04110
313
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04111-04112
313
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04113-04116
314
0
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
04117-04120
314
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04121-04124
04125-04128
314
314
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04129-04132
315
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Reg 8 Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04133-04136
315
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04137-04140
315
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04141-04144
315
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04145-04148
315
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04149-04152
315
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04153-04156
315
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04157-04160
315
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04161-04164
315
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04165-04168
315
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04169-04170
316
0
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
F3
2- 75
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
04171-04172
316
1
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
04173-04174
316
2
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
04175-04176
316
3
30
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
04177-04178
317
0
30
04179-04180
317
1
30
04181-04184
318
0
04185-04188
318
04189-04192
04193-04196
318
318
04197-04200
Range
Units
Type R/W
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
1
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
319
0
20
Time of Use Prior Month Total Block
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04201-04204
319
1
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04205-04208
319
2
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04209-04212
319
3
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04213-04216
319
4
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04217-04220
319
5
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04221-04224
319
6
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04225-04228
319
7
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04229-04232
319
8
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04233-04236
319
9
20
obsolete-TOU Prior Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04237-04238
320
0
30
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04239-04240
320
1
30
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04241-04242
320
2
30
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04243-04244
320
3
30
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand Del. VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04245-04246
321
0
30
TOU Prior Month Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04247-04248
321
1
30
TOU Prior Month Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04249-04252
322
0
50
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04253-04256
322
1
50
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04257-04260
04261-04264
322
322
2
3
50
50
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Prior Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04265-04268
323
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 1 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04269-04272
323
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
1 VAH
F20
R
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
F3
2- 76
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
04273-04276
323
2
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04277-04280
323
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04281-04284
323
4
04285-04288
323
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04289-04292
323
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04293-04296
04297-04300
323
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
323
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04301-04304
323
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04305-04306
324
0
30
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04307-04308
324
1
30
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04309-04310
324
2
30
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04311-04312
324
3
30
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04313-04314
325
0
30
TOU Active Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04315-04316
325
1
30
TOU Active Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04317-04320
326
0
50
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
04321-04324
326
1
50
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04325-04328
04329-04332
326
326
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04333-04336
327
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 2 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04337-04340
327
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04341-04344
327
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04345-04348
327
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04349-04352
327
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04353-04356
327
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04357-04360
327
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04361-04364
327
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04365-04368
327
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04369-04372
327
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04373-04374
328
0
30
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04375-04376
328
1
30
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04377-04378
328
2
30
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04379-04380
328
3
30
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
F3
2- 77
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
04381-04382
329
0
30
04383-04384
329
1
30
04385-04388
330
0
04389-04392
330
04393-04396
04397-04400
330
330
04401-04404
Type R/W
TOU Active Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 +4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Active Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
50
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
1
50
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
331
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 3 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04405-04408
331
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04409-04412
331
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04413-04416
331
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04417-04420
331
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04421-04424
331
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04425-04428
331
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04429-04432
331
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04433-04436
331
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04437-04440
331
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04441-04442
332
0
30
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04443-04444
332
1
30
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04445-04446
332
2
30
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04447-04448
332
3
30
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04449-04450
333
0
30
TOU Active Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04451-04452
333
1
30
TOU Active Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04453-04456
334
0
50
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04457-04460
334
1
50
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04461-04464
04465-04468
334
334
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04469-04472
335
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 4 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04473-04476
335
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04477-04480
335
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04481-04484
335
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04485-04488
335
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 78
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
04489-04492
335
5
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04493-04496
335
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04497-04500
335
7
04501-04504
335
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04505-04508
335
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04509-04510
336
0
30
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04511-04512
336
1
30
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04513-04514
336
2
30
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04515-04516
336
3
30
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04517-04518
337
0
30
TOU Active Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04519-04520
337
1
30
TOU Active Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04521-04524
338
0
50
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
04525-04528
338
1
50
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04529-04532
04533-04536
338
338
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04537-04540
339
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 5 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04541-04544
339
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04545-04548
339
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04549-04552
339
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04553-04556
339
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04557-04560
339
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04561-04564
339
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04565-04568
339
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04569-04572
339
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04573-04576
339
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04577-04578
340
0
30
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04579-04580
340
1
30
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04581-04582
340
2
30
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04583-04584
340
3
30
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04585-04586
341
0
30
TOU Active Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04587-04588
341
1
30
TOU Active Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04589-04592
342
0
50
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
F3
F3
2- 79
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
04593-04596
342
1
50
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04597-04600
04601-04604
342
342
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04605-04608
343
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 6 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04609-04612
343
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04613-04616
343
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04617-04620
343
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04621-04624
343
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04625-04628
343
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04629-04632
343
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04633-04636
343
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04637-04640
343
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04641-04644
343
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04645-04646
344
0
30
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04647-04648
344
1
30
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04649-04650
344
2
30
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04651-04652
344
3
30
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04653-04654
345
0
30
TOU Active Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04655-04656
345
1
30
TOU Active Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04657-04660
346
0
50
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
04661-04664
346
1
50
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04665-04668
04669-04672
346
346
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04673-04676
347
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 7 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04677-04680
347
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04681-04684
347
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04685-04688
347
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04689-04692
347
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04693-04696
347
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04697-04700
347
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04701-04704
347
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 80
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
04705-04708
347
8
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04709-04712
347
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04713-04714
348
0
30
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04715-04716
348
04717-04718
348
1
30
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
2
30
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04719-04720
348
3
30
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04721-04722
349
0
30
TOU Active Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04723-04724
349
1
30
TOU Active Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04725-04728
350
0
50
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
04729-04732
350
1
50
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04733-04736
04737-04740
350
350
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04741-04744
351
0
20
Time of Use Active Reg 8 Block
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04745-04748
351
1
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04749-04752
351
2
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04753-04756
351
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04757-04760
351
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04761-04764
351
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04765-04768
351
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04769-04772
351
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04773-04776
351
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04777-04780
351
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04781-04782
352
0
30
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04783-04784
352
1
30
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04785-04786
352
2
30
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04787-04788
352
3
30
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04789-04790
353
0
30
TOU Active Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04791-04792
353
1
30
TOU Active Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04793-04796
354
0
50
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04797-04800
354
1
50
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04801-04804
04805-04808
354
354
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
F3
2- 81
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
04809-04812
355
0
20
04813-04816
355
1
04817-04820
355
2
04821-04824
355
04825-04828
04829-04832
Range
Units
Type R/W
Time of Use Active Total Block
obsolete-TOU Active Total Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
3
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
355
4
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
355
5
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04833-04836
355
6
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04837-04840
355
7
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04841-04844
355
8
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04845-04848
355
9
20
obsolete-TOU Active Total VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04849-04850
356
0
30
TOU Active Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04851-04852
356
1
30
TOU Active Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04853-04854
356
2
30
TOU Active Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04855-04856
356
3
30
TOU Active Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04857-04858
357
0
30
TOU Active Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04859-04860
357
1
30
TOU Active Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04861-04864
358
0
50
TOU Active Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
04865-04868
358
1
50
TOU Active Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
04869-04872
04873-04876
358
358
2
3
50
50
TOU Active Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Active Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
04877-04880
359
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 1 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04881-04884
359
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04885-04888
359
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04889-04892
359
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04893-04896
359
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04897-04900
359
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04901-04904
359
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04905-04908
359
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04909-04912
359
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04913-04916
359
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 1 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04917-04918
360
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
F3
2- 82
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
04919-04920
360
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
04921-04922
360
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
04923-04924
360
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
04925-04926
361
0
30
04927-04928
361
1
30
04929-04932
362
0
04933-04936
362
04937-04940
04941-04944
362
362
04945-04948
Range
Units
Type R/W
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
50
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
363
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 2 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04949-04952
363
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04953-04956
363
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04957-04960
363
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04961-04964
363
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04965-04968
363
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
04969-04972
363
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04973-04976
363
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04977-04980
363
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
04981-04984
363
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 2 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
04985-04986
364
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04987-04988
364
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
04989-04990
364
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04991-04992
364
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04993-04994
365
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04995-04996
365
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
04997-05000
366
0
50
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05001-05004
366
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05005-05008
05009-05012
366
366
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05013-05016
367
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 3 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05017-05020
367
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
1 VAH
F20
R
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
F3
2- 83
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
05021-05024
367
2
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05025-05028
367
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05029-05032
367
4
05033-05036
367
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05037-05040
367
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05041-05044
05045-05048
367
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
367
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05049-05052
367
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 3 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05053-05054
368
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05055-05056
368
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05057-05058
368
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05059-05060
368
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05061-05062
369
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05063-05064
369
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05065-05068
370
0
50
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
05069-05072
370
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05073-05076
05077-05080
370
370
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05081-05084
371
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 4 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05085-05088
371
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05059-05092
371
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05093-05096
371
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05097-05100
371
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05101-05104
371
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05105-05108
371
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05109-05112
371
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05113-05116
371
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05117-05120
371
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 4 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05121-05122
372
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05123-05124
372
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05125-05126
372
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05127-05128
372
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
F3
2- 84
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
05129-05130
373
0
30
05131-05132
373
1
30
05133-05136
374
0
05137-05140
374
05141-05144
05145-05148
374
374
05149-05152
Type R/W
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
50
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
375
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 5 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05153-05156
375
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05157-05160
375
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05161-05164
375
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05165-05168
375
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05169-05172
375
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05173-05176
375
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05177-05180
375
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05181-05184
375
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05185-05188
375
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 5 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05189-05190
376
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05191-05192
376
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05193-05194
376
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05195-05196
376
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05197-05198
377
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05199-05200
377
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05201-05204
378
0
50
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05205-05208
378
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05209-05212
05213-05216
378
378
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05217-05220
379
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 6 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05221-05224
379
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05225-05228
379
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05229-05232
379
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05233-05236
379
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 85
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
05237-05240
379
5
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05241-05244
379
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
052445-05248
379
7
05249-05252
379
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05253-05256
379
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 6 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05257-05258
380
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05259-05260
380
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05261-05262
380
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05263-05264
380
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05265-05266
381
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05267-05268
381
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05269-05272
382
0
50
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
05273-05276
382
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05277-05280
05281-05284
382
382
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05285-05288
383
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 7 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05289-05292
383
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05293-05296
383
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05297-05300
383
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05301-05304
383
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05305-05308
383
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05309-05312
383
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05313-05316
383
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05317-05320
383
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05321-05324
383
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 7 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05325-05326
384
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05327-05328
384
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05329-05330
384
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05331-05332
384
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05333-05334
385
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05335-05336
385
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05337-05340
386
0
50
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
F3
F3
2- 86
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
05341-05344
386
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05345-05348
05349-05352
386
386
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05353-05356
387
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Reg 8 Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05357-05360
387
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05361-05364
387
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05365-05368
387
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05369-05372
387
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05373-05376
387
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05377-05380
387
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05381-05384
387
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05385-05388
387
8
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VAhour (Quadrant 3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05389-05392
387
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Reg 8 VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05393-05394
388
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05395-05396
388
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05397-05398
388
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05399-05400
388
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05401-05402
389
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05403-05404
389
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05405-05408
390
0
50
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
05409-05412
390
1
50
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05413-05416
05417-05420
390
390
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05421-05424
391
0
20
Time of Use Current Month Total Block
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total Watthour (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05425-05428
391
1
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05429-05432
391
2
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05433-05436
391
3
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05437-05440
391
4
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05441-05444
391
5
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total Watthour (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
05445-05448
391
6
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05449-05452
391
7
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
F3
2- 87
DNP
Description
Obj
20 obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VAhour (Quadrant 3)
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
05453-05456
391
8
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
05457-05460
391
9
20
obsolete-TOU Current Month Total VARhour (Quadrant 3)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
05461-05462
392
0
30
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 1 + 4)
+32767 Watt / 0 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
05463-05464
392
05465-05466
392
1
30
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Quadrant 2 + 3)
0 Watt / -32768 Watt
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
R
2
30
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 1 + 2)
+32767 VAR / 0 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05467-05468
392
3
30
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Quadrant 3 + 4)
0 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05469-05470
393
0
30
TOU Current Month Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 1 + 4)
+32767 VAR/ -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05471-05472
393
1
30
TOU Current Month Total Coin. Dmd. VAR to Peak Dmd. Watt (Q 2 + 3)
+32767 VAR / -32768 VAR
1/ 65536 VAR sec F7
R
05473-05476
394
0
50
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 1 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
05477-05480
394
1
50
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand Watt (Q 2 + 3) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05481-05484
05485-05488
394
394
2
3
50
50
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 1 + 2) Time Stamp
TOU Current Month Total Peak Demand VAR (Q 3 + 4) Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
05489-05496
395
0
TOU Frozen Reg 1 Label
F2
R
05497-05504
395
1
TOU Frozen Reg 2 Label
F2
R
05505-05512
395
2
TOU Frozen Reg 3 Label
F2
R
05513-05520
395
3
TOU Frozen Reg 4 Label
F2
R
05521-05528
395
4
TOU Frozen Reg 5 Label
F2
R
05529-05536
395
5
TOU Frozen Reg 6 Label
F2
R
05537-05544
05545-05552
395
395
6
7
TOU Frozen Reg 7 Label
TOU Frozen Reg 8 Label
F2
F2
R
R
05553-05560
396
0
TOU Prior Month Reg 1 Label
F2
R
05561-05568
396
1
TOU Prior Month Reg 2 Label
F2
R
05569-05576
396
2
TOU Prior Month Reg 3 Label
F2
R
05577-05584
396
3
TOU Prior Month Reg 4 Label
F2
R
05585-05592
396
4
TOU Prior Month Reg 5 Label
F2
R
05593-05600
396
5
TOU Prior Month Reg 6 Label
F2
R
05601-05608
05609-05616
396
396
6
7
TOU Prior Month Reg 7 Label
TOU Prior Month Reg 8 Label
F2
F2
R
R
05617-05624
397
0
TOU Active Reg 1 Label
F2
R
05625-05632
397
1
TOU Active Reg 2 Label
F2
R
F3
Time of Use Frozen Label Block
Time of Use Prior Month Label Block
Time of Use Active Label Block
2- 88
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
05633-05640
397
2
TOU Active Reg 3 Label
F2
R
05641-05648
397
3
TOU Active Reg 4 Label
F2
R
05649-05656
397
4
TOU Active Reg 5 Label
F2
R
05657-05664
397
5
TOU Active Reg 6 Label
F2
R
05665-05672
05673-05680
397
397
6
7
TOU Active Reg 7 Label
TOU Active Reg 8 Label
F2
F2
R
R
05681-05688
398
0
TOU Current Month Reg 1 Label
F2
R
05689-05696
398
1
TOU Current Month Reg 2 Label
F2
R
05697-05704
398
2
TOU Current Month Reg 3 Label
F2
R
05705-05712
398
3
TOU Current Month Reg 4 Label
F2
R
05713-05720
398
4
TOU Current Month Reg 5 Label
F2
R
05721-05728
398
5
TOU Current Month Reg 6 Label
F2
R
05729-05736
05737-05744
398
398
6
7
TOU Current Month Reg 7 Label
TOU Current Month Reg 8 Label
F2
F2
R
R
05745-05748
399
0
50
Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05749-05752
400
0
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 1
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05753-05756
400
1
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 2
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05757-05760
400
2
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 3
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05761-05764
400
3
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 4
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05765-05768
400
4
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 5
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05769-05772
400
5
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 6
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05773-05776
400
6
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 7
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05777-05780
400
7
20
Pulse Accumulation Internal Input 8
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05781-05784
401
0
20
Pulse Accumulation Aggregation 1
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05785-05788
401
1
20
Pulse Accumulation Aggregation 2
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05789-05792
05793-05796
401
401
2
3
20
20
Pulse Accumulation Aggregation 3
Pulse Accumulation Aggregation 4
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
1 Unit
F62
F62
R
R
05797-05800
402
0
50
Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average / Maximum Block Time Stamp
10 msec
F3
R
05801
403
0
30
Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average / Maximum Block Status
F14
R
05802-05805
404
0
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 1
F62
R
Time of Use Current Month Label Block
Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Block
Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average / Maximum Block
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
2- 89
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
05806-05809
404
1
20
05810-05813
404
2
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 2
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
Block Window Average Internal Input 3
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05814-05817
404
3
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 4
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05818-05821
404
05822-05825
404
4
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 5
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
5
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 6
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05826-05829
404
6
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 7
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05830-05833
404
7
20
Block Window Average Internal Input 8
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05834-05837
405
0
20
Block Window Average Aggregation 1
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05838-05841
405
1
20
Block Window Average Aggregation 2
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05842-05845
405
2
20
Block Window Average Aggregation 3
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05846-05849
405
3
20
Block Window Average Aggregation 4
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05850-05853
406
0
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 1
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05854-05857
406
1
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 2
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05858-05861
406
2
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 3
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05862-05865
406
3
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 4
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05866-05869
406
4
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 5
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05870-05873
406
5
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 6
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05874-05877
406
6
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 7
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05878-05881
406
7
20
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 8
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05882-05885
407
0
20
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 1
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05886-05889
407
1
20
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 2
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05890-05893
407
2
20
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 3
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05894-05897
407
3
20
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 4
+/- 9,223,372,036,854,776,808
1 Unit
F62
R
05898-05901
408
0
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05902-05905
408
1
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05906-05909
408
2
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 3 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05910-05913
408
3
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 4 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05914-05917
408
4
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 5 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05918-05921
408
5
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 6 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05922-05925
408
6
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 7 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05926-05929
408
7
50
Maximum Block Window Average Internal Input 8 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05930-05933
409
0
50
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 1 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
05934-05937
409
1
50
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 2 Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
2- 90
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
05938-05941
05942-05945
409
409
2
3
50
50
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 3 Time Stamp
Maximum Block Window Average Aggregation 4 Time Stamp
05946
410
0
30
EPM Internal Temperature
Range
Units
Type R/W
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
+3276.7 C / -3276.8 C
0.1 degree C
F33
R
R
Temperature
Analog Input Block
05947
411
0
30
Analog Input 1, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05948
411
1
30
Analog Input 2, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05949
411
2
30
Analog Input 3, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05950
411
3
30
Analog Input 4, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05951
411
4
30
Analog Input 5, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05952
411
5
30
Analog Input 6, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05953
411
6
30
Analog Input 7, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05954
411
7
30
Analog Input 8, Module 1
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05955
412
0
30
Analog Input 1, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05956
412
1
30
Analog Input 2, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05957
412
2
30
Analog Input 3, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05958
412
3
30
Analog Input 4, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05959
412
4
30
Analog Input 5, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05960
412
5
30
Analog Input 6, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05961
412
6
30
Analog Input 7, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05962
412
7
30
Analog Input 8, Module 2
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05963
413
0
30
Analog Input 1, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05964
413
1
30
Analog Input 2, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05965
413
2
30
Analog Input 3, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05966
413
3
30
Analog Input 4, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05967
413
4
30
Analog Input 5, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05968
413
5
30
Analog Input 6, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05969
413
6
30
Analog Input 7, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05970
413
7
30
Analog Input 8, Module 3
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05971
414
0
30
Analog Input 1, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05972
414
1
30
Analog Input 2, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05973
414
2
30
Analog Input 3, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
05974
414
3
30
Analog Input 4, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
2- 91
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
05975
414
4
30
05976
414
5
30
05977
05978
414
414
6
7
30
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Analog Input 5, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
Analog Input 6, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
F10
R
Analog Input 7, Module 4
Analog Input 8, Module 4
+327.67% / -327.68%
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
0.01%
F10
F10
R
R
F34
F34
R
R
F3
R
Limit Combination Block
05979
05980
415
415
0-15
16-31
1
1
Limit States, Combinations, 1-16
Limit States, Combinations, 17-32
Relay Logic Block
05981-05984
416
0
50
Relay Logic Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
05985
417
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 1, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05986
418
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 2, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05987
419
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 3, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05988
420
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 4, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05989
421
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 5, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05990
422
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 6, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05991
423
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 7, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05992
424
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Input 8, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05993
425
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate A, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05994
426
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate B, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05995
427
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate C, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05996
428
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate D, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05997
429
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate E, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05998
430
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate F, Relays 1-16
F34
R
05999
431
0-15
1
Relay Logic States, Gate G, Relays 1-16
F34
R
06000
432
0-1
30
Delay Timer, Relay 1 / Relay 2
F35
R
06001
432
2-3
30
Delay Timer, Relay 3 / Relay 4
F35
R
06002
432
4-5
30
Delay Timer, Relay 5 / Relay 6
F35
R
06003
432
6-7
30
Delay Timer, Relay 7 / Relay 8
F35
R
06004
432
8-9
30
Delay Timer, Relay 9 / Relay 10
F35
R
06005
432
10-11
30
Delay Timer, Relay 11 / Relay 12
F35
R
06006
432
12-13
30
Delay Timer, Relay 13 / Relay 14
F35
R
06007
432
14-15
30
Delay Timer, Relay 15 / Relay 16
F35
R
06008
433
0-15
1
Desired Relay States, Relays 1-16
F36
R
2- 92
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06009
434
0-15
1
Relays Pending Updates, Relays 1-16
F37
R
06010
435
0-15
1
Shadowed Relay States, Relays 1-16
F38
R
06011
436
0-15
10
Confirmed Polled Relay States, Relays 1-16
F39
R
06012
437
0-15
1
Valid Flags for Confirmed Relay States, Relays 1-16
F40
R
06013
06014
438
439
0-15
0-15
1
1
Locked Relays, Relays 1-16
Locked Relay States, Relays 1-16
F41
F42
R
R
06015-06018
440
0
50
Reset Time Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
06019-06022
440
1
50
Reset Maximum Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
06023-06026
440
2
50
Reset Minimum Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
06027-06030
440
3
50
Reset Energy Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
06031-06034
06035-06038
440
440
4
5
50
50
Reset Current Month TOU Time Stamp
Reset Pulse Accumulations/Aggregations Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
10 msec
F3
F3
R
R
06039
441
0-15
1
Miscellaneous Flags
06040-06043
442
0
50
Test Mode Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
06044-06047
443
0
50
Test Mode Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
06048-06051
443
1
50
Test Mode Current Test Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
06052
444
0
30
Test Mode Block Average Status / Rolling Average Status
06053-06054
445
0
30
Test Mode Block Average Total Watt
+32767 W / -32768 W
1/ 65536 W sec
F7
06055-06056
06057-06060
445
446
1
0
30
20
Test Mode Rolling Average Total Watt
Test Mode Watthour (Q1+4)
+32767 W / -32768 W
+9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1/ 65536 W sec
1 WH
F7
F12
06061-06064
446
1
20
Test Mode VAhour (Q1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F12
06065-06068
446
2
20
Test Mode VARhour (Q1)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F12
06069-06072
446
3
20
Test Mode VAhour (Q4)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F12
06073-06076
446
4
20
Test Mode VARhour (Q4)
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F12
06077-06080
446
5
20
Test Mode Watthour (Q2+3)
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F12
06081-06084
446
6
20
Test Mode VAhour (Q2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F12
06085-06088
446
7
20
Test Mode VARhour (Q2)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F12
06089-06092
06093-06096
446
446
8
9
20
20
Test Mode VAhour (Q3)
Test Mode VARhour (Q3)
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
0 VARh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VAH
1 VARH
F12
F12
Reset Time Block
Miscellaneous Flags
Test Mode Block
F3
F14
KYZ Output Accumulation Block
2- 93
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06097-06100
447
0
50
KYZ Output Accumulation Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
06101-06102
448
0
20
KYZ Output Accumulation, Relay 1
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06103-06104
448
1
20
KYZ Output Accumulation, Relay 2
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06105-06106
448
2
20
KYZ Output Accumulation, Relay 3
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06107-06108
06109-06110
448
448
3
4
20
20
KYZ Output Accumulation, Relay 4
KYZ Output Accumulation, LED
4,294,967,295 / 0
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
F18
R
R
06111
06112-06113
449
450
0-3
0-31
1
1
Digital Input Modules Data States
Analog Input Modules Data States
F44
F45
R
R
06114-06117
451
0
50
Flicker Status Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
06118-06121
452
0
50
Flicker Start Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
06122-06125
06126
452
453
1
0
50
30
Flicker End Time
Flicker Status
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
F14
R
Input Module Data Status Block
Flicker Status Block
Instantaneous Flicker Block
06127-06130
06131-06132
454
455
0
0
50
30
06133-06134
06135-06136
455
455
1
2
30
30
Instantaneous Flicker Block Time
Instantaneous Flicker VAN
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F3
F7
R
Instantaneous Flicker VBN
Instantaneous Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
1/ 65536
F7
F7
R
R
Short Term Flicker Block
06137-06140
06141-06142
456
457
0
0
50
30
Short Term Flicker VAN
Short Term Flicker Block Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F3
F7
R
06143-06144
457
1
30
Short Term Flicker VBN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06145-06146
457
2
30
Short Term Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06147-06148
458
0
30
Maximum Short Term Flicker VAN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06149-06150
458
1
30
Maximum Short Term Flicker VBN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06151-06152
458
2
30
Maximum Short Term Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06153-06154
459
0
30
Minimum Short Term Flicker VAN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06155-06156
459
1
30
Minimum Short Term Flicker VBN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06157-06158
459
2
30
Minimum Short Term Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06159-06162
06163-06166
460
461
0
0
50
50
Short Term Flicker Interval End Time Stamp
Maximum Short Term Flicker VAN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
F3
06167-06170
461
1
50
Maximum Short Term Flicker VBN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
2- 94
DNP
Description
Obj
50 Maximum Short Term Flicker VCN Time Stamp
Address
Line
Pt
06171-06174
461
2
06175-06178
462
0
50
06179-06182
06183-06186
462
462
1
2
50
50
Range
Units
Type R/W
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
Minimum Short Term Flicker VAN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
Minimum Short Term Flicker VBN Time Stamp
Minimum Short Term Flicker VCN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
F3
Long Term Flicker Block
06187-06190
06191-06192
463
464
0
0
50
30
Long Term Flicker Block Time
Long Term Flicker VAN
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F3
F7
R
06193-06194
464
1
30
Long Term Flicker VBN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06195-06196
464
2
30
Long Term Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06197-06198
465
0
30
Maximum Long Term Flicker VAN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06199-06200
465
1
30
Maximum Long Term Flicker VBN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06201-06202
465
2
30
Maximum Long Term Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06203-06204
466
0
30
Minimum Long Term Flicker VAN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06205-06206
466
1
30
Minimum Long Term Flicker VBN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06207-06208
466
2
30
Minimum Long Term Flicker VCN
+32767 / 0
1/ 65536
F7
R
06209-06212
06213-06216
467
468
0
0
50
50
Long Term Flicker Interval End Time Stamp
Maximum Long Term Flicker VAN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
F3
06217-06220
468
1
50
Maximum Long Term Flicker VBN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
06221-06224
468
2
50
Maximum Long Term Flicker VCN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
Minimum Long Term Flicker VAN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
Minimum Long Term Flicker VBN Time Stamp
Minimum Long Term Flicker VCN Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
F3
06225-06228
469
0
50
06229-06232
06233-06236
469
469
1
2
50
50
Additional Energy Block
06237-06240
06241-06244
470
471
0
0
06245-06248
471
06249-06252
471
06253-06256
50
Additional Energy Block Time
Quadrant 1 Watthour, Secondary
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F3
F19
R
1
Quadrant 4 Watthour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F19
R
2
Quadrant 2 Watthour, Secondary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F19
R
471
3
Quadrant 3 Watthour, Secondary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F19
R
06257-06260
472
0
Quadrant 1 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
06261-06264
472
1
Quadrant 1 VARhour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
06265-06268
472
2
Quadrant 4 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
06269-06272
472
3
Quadrant 4 VARhour, Secondary
0 VARh /-9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
06273-06276
472
4
Quadrant 2 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
2- 95
Address
Line
Pt
06277-06280
472
5
06281-06284
472
6
06285-06288
472
06289-06292
473
06293-06296
DNP
Description
Obj
Quadrant 2 VARhour, Secondary
Range
Units
Type R/W
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
Quadrant 3 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
7
Quadrant 3 VARhour, Secondary
0 VARh /-9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
0
Quadrant 1 Watthour, Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F19
R
473
1
Quadrant 4 Watthour, Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F19
R
06297-06300
473
2
Quadrant 2 Watthour, Primary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F19
R
06301-06304
473
3
Quadrant 3 Watthour, Primary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F19
R
06305-06308
474
0
Total Vahour (Quadrants 1+2+3+4), Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F19
R
06309-06312
474
1
Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2), Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
06313-06316
474
2
Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4), Primary
0 VARh /-9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F19
R
06317-06320
475
0
20
Quadrant 1 Watthour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F20
R
06321-06324
475
1
20
Quadrant 4 Watthour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F20
R
06325-06328
475
2
20
Quadrant 2 Watthour, Secondary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
06329-06332
475
3
20
Quadrant 3 Watthour, Secondary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
06333-06336
476
0
20
Quadrant 1 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
06337-06340
476
1
20
Quadrant 1 VARhour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
06341-06344
476
2
20
Quadrant 4 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
06345-06348
476
3
20
Quadrant 4 VARhour, Secondary
0 VARh /-9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
06349-06352
476
4
20
Quadrant 2 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
06353-06356
476
5
20
Quadrant 2 VARhour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
06357-06360
476
6
20
Quadrant 3 Vahour, Secondary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
06361-06364
476
7
20
Quadrant 3 VARhour, Secondary
0 VARh /-9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
F20
R
06365-06368
477
0
20
Quadrant 1 Watthour, Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F20
R
06369-06372
477
1
20
Quadrant 4 Watthour, Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 WH / 0 WH
1 WH
F20
R
06373-06376
477
2
20
Quadrant 2 Watthour, Primary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
06377-06380
477
3
20
Quadrant 3 Watthour, Primary
0 Wh / -9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh
1 WH
F20
R
06381-06384
478
0
20
Total Vahour (Quadrants 1+2+3+4), Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAH
F20
R
06385-06388
06389-06392
478
478
1
2
20
20
Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2), Primary
Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4), Primary
+9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
0 VARh /-9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh
1 VARH
1 VARH
F20
F20
R
R
06393-06396
06397
479
480
0
0
50
30
Energy and Pulses in the Interval Block Time Stamp
Total Vahour (Quadrants 1+2+3+4) in the Interval, Secondary
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
65,535 / 0
1 VAH
F3
F57
R
06398
480
1
30
Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2) in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VARH
F57
R
Energy and Pulses in the Interval
2- 96
Address
Line
Pt
06399
480
2
06400
480
3
DNP
Description
Obj
30 Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4) in the Interval, Secondary
30
Positive Watthour (Quadrants 1+4) in the Interval, Secondary
Range
Units
Type R/W
65,535 / 0
1 VARH
F57
R
65,535 / 0
1 WH
F57
R
06401
480
4
30
Negative Watthour (Quadrants 2+3) in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 WH
F57
R
06402-06403
481
0
30
Positive Watthour (Quadrants 1+4) in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 WH
F18
R
06404-06405
481
1
30
Quadrant 1 Vahour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VAH
F18
R
06406-06407
481
2
30
Quadrant 1 VARhour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VARH
F18
R
06408-06409
481
3
30
Quadrant 4 Vahour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VAH
F18
R
06410-06411
481
4
30
Quadrant 4 VARhour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VARH
F18
R
06412-06413
481
5
30
Negative Watthour (Quadrants 2+3) in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 WH
F18
R
06414-06415
481
6
30
Quadrant 2 Vahour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VAH
F18
R
06416-06417
481
7
30
Quadrant 2 VARhour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VARH
F18
R
06418-06419
481
8
30
Quadrant 3 Vahour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VAH
F18
R
06420-06421
481
9
30
Quadrant 3 VARhour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VARH
F18
R
2
F18
R
2
F18
R
2
06422-06423
06424-06425
482
482
0
1
30
30
I2t Phase A in the Interval, Primary
I2t Phase B in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
4,294,967,295 / 0
1I t
1I t
06426-06427
482
2
30
I2t Phase C in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1I t
F18
R
06428-06429
482
3
30
V2t Phase A in the interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
2
1V t
F18
R
2
F18
R
2
06430-06431
482
4
30
V2t Phase B in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1V t
06432-06433
482
5
30
V2t Phase C in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1V t
F18
R
06434-06435
483
0
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 1 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
09436-06437
483
1
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 2 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06438-06439
483
2
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 3 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06440-06441
483
3
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 4 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06442-06443
483
4
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 5 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06444-06445
483
5
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 6 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06446-06447
483
6
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 7 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06448-06449
483
7
30
Pulse Accumulation, Internal Input 8 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06450-06451
484
0
30
Pulse Aggregation 1 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06452-06453
484
1
30
Pulse Aggregation 2 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06454-06455
484
2
30
Pulse Aggregation 3 in the Interval, Scaled
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 Unit
F18
R
06456-06457
06458
484
485
3
0
30
30
Pulse Aggregation 4 in the Interval, Scaled
Quadrant 1 Watthour in the Interval, Secondary
4,294,967,295 / 0
65,535 / 0
1 Unit
1 WH
F18
F57
R
R
06459
485
1
30
Quadrant 4 Watthour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 WH
F57
R
2- 97
DNP
Description
Obj
30 Quadrant 2 Watthour in the Interval, Secondary
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06460
485
2
65,535 / 0
1 WH
F57
R
06461
485
3
30
Quadrant 3 Watthour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 WH
F57
R
06462
486
0
30
06463
486
1
30
Quadrant 1 Vahour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VAH
F57
R
Quadrant 1 VARhour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VARH
F57
R
06464
486
2
30
Quadrant 4 Vahour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VAH
F57
R
06465
486
06466
486
3
30
Quadrant 4 VARhour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VARH
F57
R
4
30
Quadrant 2 Vahour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VAH
F57
R
06467
486
5
30
Quadrant 2 VARhour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VARH
F57
R
06468
486
6
30
Quadrant 3 Vahour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VAH
F57
R
06469
486
7
30
Quadrant 3 VARhour in the Interval, Secondary
65,535 / 0
1 VARH
F57
R
06470-06471
487
0
30
Quadrant 1 Watthour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 WH
F18
R
06472-06473
487
1
30
Quadrant 4 Watthour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 WH
F18
R
06474-06475
487
2
30
Quadrant 2 Watthour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 WH
F18
R
06476-06477
487
3
30
Quadrant 3 Watthour in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 WH
F18
R
06478-06479
488
0
30
Total Vahour (Quadrants 1+2+3+4) in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VAH
F18
R
06480-06481
488
1
30
Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2) in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VARH
F18
R
06482-06483
488
2
30
Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4) in the Interval, Primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1 VARH
F18
R
06484
489
0
30
KYZ Pulse Output in the Interval, Relay 1
65,535 / 0
1 pulse
F57
R
06485
489
1
30
KYZ Pulse Output in the Interval, Relay 2
65,535 / 0
1 pulse
F57
R
06486
489
2
30
KYZ Pulse Output in the Interval, Relay 3
65,535 / 0
1 pulse
F57
R
06487
489
3
30
KYZ Pulse Output in the Interval, Relay 4
65,535 / 0
1 pulse
F57
R
06488
489
4
30
KYZ Pulse Output in the Interval, IR LED
65,535 / 0
1 pulse
F57
R
Flicker Countdown Block
06489
490
0
30
Short Term Flicker Countdown
65,535 / 0
1 second
F56
R
06490
490
1
30
Long Term Flicker Countdown
65,535 / 0
1 second
F56
R
Cumulative Demand Block
06491-06494
491
0
50
Cumulative Demand Block Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
06495-06496
492
0
30
Positive Watt (Quadrants 1+4) Cumulative Demand
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06497-06498
492
1
30
Negative Watt (Quadrants 2+3) Cumulative Demand
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06499-06500
493
0
30
Positive Watt (Quadrants 1+4) Continuous Cumulative Demand
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06501-06502
493
1
30
Negative Watt (Quadrants 2+3) Continuous Cumulative Demand
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
F18
R
Time of Use Active Cumulative Demand
06503-06504
494
0
30
TOU Active Reg1 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
2- 98
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06505-06506
494
1
30
TOU Active Reg1 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06507-06508
494
2
30
TOU Active Reg2 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06509-06510
494
3
30
TOU Active Reg2 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06511-06512
494
4
30
TOU Active Reg3 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06513-06514
494
5
30
TOU Active Reg3 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06515-06516
494
6
30
TOU Active Reg4 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06517-06518
494
7
30
TOU Active Reg4 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06519-06520
494
8
30
TOU Active Reg5 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06521-06522
494
9
30
TOU Active Reg5 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06523-06524
494
10
30
TOU Active Reg6 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06525-06526
494
11
30
TOU Active Reg6 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06527-06528
494
12
30
TOU Active Reg7 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06529-06530
494
13
30
TOU Active Reg7 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06531-06532
494
14
30
TOU Active Reg8 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06533-06534
494
15
30
TOU Active Reg8 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06535-06536
494
16
30
TOU Active Total Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06537-06538
494
17
30
TOU Active Total Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Time of Use Current Month Cumulative Demand
06539-06540
495
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg1 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06541-06542
495
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg1 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06543-06544
495
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg2 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06545-06546
495
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg2 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06547-06548
495
4
30
TOU Current Month Reg3 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06549-06550
495
5
30
TOU Current Month Reg3 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06551-06552
495
6
30
TOU Current Month Reg4 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06553-06554
495
7
30
TOU Current Month Reg4 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06555-06556
495
8
30
TOU Current Month Reg5 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06557-06558
495
9
30
TOU Current Month Reg5 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06559-06560
495
10
30
TOU Current Month Reg6 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06561-06562
495
11
30
TOU Current Month Reg6 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06563-06564
495
12
30
TOU Current Month Reg7 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06565-06566
495
13
30
TOU Current Month Reg7 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06567-06568
495
14
30
TOU Current Month Reg8 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
2- 99
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06569-06570
495
15
30
TOU Current Month Reg8 Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06571-06572
495
16
30
TOU Current Month Total Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06573-06574
495
17
30
TOU Current Month Total Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06575-06576
496
0
30
TOU Active Reg1 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06577-06578
496
1
30
TOU Active Reg1 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06579-06580
496
2
30
TOU Active Reg2 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06581-06582
496
3
30
TOU Active Reg2 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06583-06584
496
4
30
TOU Active Reg3 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06585-06586
496
5
30
TOU Active Reg3 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06587-06588
496
6
30
TOU Active Reg4 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06589-06590
496
7
30
TOU Active Reg4 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06591-06592
496
8
30
TOU Active Reg5 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06593-06594
496
9
30
TOU Active Reg5 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06595-06596
496
10
30
TOU Active Reg6 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06597-06598
496
11
30
TOU Active Reg6 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06599-06600
496
12
30
TOU Active Reg7 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06601-06602
496
13
30
TOU Active Reg7 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06603-06604
496
14
30
TOU Active Reg8 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06605-06606
496
15
30
TOU Active Reg8 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06607-06608
496
16
30
TOU Active Total Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06609-06610
496
17
30
TOU Active Total Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Time of Use Active Continuous Cumulative Demand
Time of Use Current Month Continuous Cumulative Demand
06611-06612
497
0
30
TOU Current Month Reg1 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06613-06614
497
1
30
TOU Current Month Reg1 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06615-06616
497
2
30
TOU Current Month Reg2 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06617-06618
497
3
30
TOU Current Month Reg2 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06619-06620
497
4
30
TOU Current Month Reg3 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06621-06622
497
5
30
TOU Current Month Reg3 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06623-06624
497
6
30
TOU Current Month Reg4 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06625-06626
497
7
30
TOU Current Month Reg4 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06627-06628
497
8
30
TOU Current Month Reg5 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06629-06630
497
9
30
TOU Current Month Reg5 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
2- 100
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06631-06632
497
10
30
TOU Current Month Reg6 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06633-06634
497
11
30
TOU Current Month Reg6 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06635-06636
497
12
30
TOU Current Month Reg7 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06637-06638
497
13
30
TOU Current Month Reg7 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06639-06640
497
14
30
TOU Current Month Reg8 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06641-06642
497
15
30
TOU Current Month Reg8 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06643-06644
497
16
30
TOU Current Month Total Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
06645-06646
497
17
30
TOU Current Month Total Continuous Cumulative Demand Q2 + Q3 Watt
4,294,967,295 / 0
F18
R
Log Index Block
06647
498
0
30
First Index Reset Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06648
498
1
30
First Index Historical Log 1
65535 / 0
F63
R
06649
498
2
30
First Index Historical Log 2
65535 / 0
F63
R
06650
498
3
30
First Index Sequence of Events Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06651
498
4
30
First Index Digital Input Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06652
498
5
30
First Index Digital Output Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06653
498
6
30
First Index Flicker Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06654
498
7
30
First Index Waveform Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06655
498
8
30
First Index PQ Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06656
499
0
30
Last Index Reset Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06657
499
1
30
Last Index Historical Log 1
65535 / 0
F63
R
06658
499
2
30
Last Index Historical Log 2
65535 / 0
F63
R
06659
499
3
30
Last Index Sequence of Events Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06660
499
4
30
Last Index Digital Input Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06661
499
5
30
Last Index Digital Output Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06662
499
6
30
Last Index Flicker Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06663
499
7
30
Last Index Waveform Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06664
499
8
30
Last Index PQ Log
65535 / 0
F63
R
06665-06670
500
0-2
30
Uncompensated One second Phase A-C VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/65536 VA sec
F7
06671-06672
501
0
30
Uncompensated One second VA
+32767 VA / 0 VA
1/65536 VA sec
F7
06673-06678
502
0-2
30
Uncompensated One second Phase A-C VAR
+32767 VAR / - 32768 VAR
1/65536 VAR sec
F7
06679-06680
503
0
30
Uncompensated One second VAR
+32767 VAR / - 32768 VAR
1/65536 VAR sec
F7
06681-06686
504
0-2
30
Uncompensated One second Phase A-C W
+32767 W / - 32768 W
1/65536 W sec
F7
Uncompensated and Q Block
2- 101
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06687-06688
505
0
30
Uncompensated One second W
+32767 W / - 32768 W
1/65536 W sec
F7
06689-06692
506
0
20
Uncompensated VAh, secondary BCD
9,999,999,999,999,999 VAh / 0 VAh
1 VAh
F11
06693-06700
506
1-2
20
Uncompensated +/- VARh, secondary BCD
9,999,999,999,999,999 VARh / 0 VARh
1 VARh
F11
06701-06708
506
3-4
20
Uncompensated +/- Wh, seconary BCD
9,999,999,999,999,999 Wh / 0 Wh
1 Wh
F11
06709-06728
507
0-4
20
Uncompensated Energy, secondary, binary
9,999,999,999,999,999 / 0
1
F12
06729-06748
508
0-4
20
Uncompensated Energy, primary BCD
9,999,999,999,999,999 / 0
1
F19
06749-06768
509
0-4
20
Uncompensated Energy, primary binary
9,999,999,999,999,999 / 0
1
F20
06769-06773
510
0-4
30
Uncompensated Energy in the Interval, secondary
65,535 / 0
1
F47
06774-06783
511
0-4
30
Uncompensated Energy in the Interval, primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1
F18
06784-06789
512
0-2
30
One second Phase A-C Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06790-06791
513
0
30
One second Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06792-06793
514
0
30
Thermal Average Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06794-06797
515
0-1
30
Maximum Thermal Average +/- Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06798-06801
516
0-1
30
Minimum Thermal Average +/- Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06802-06809
517
0-1
50
Maximum Thermal Average +/- Q Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
06810-06817
518
0-1
50
Minimum Thermal Average +/- Q Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
06818-06825
519
0-1
20
+/- Qh, secondary BCD
9,999,999,999,999,999 Qh / 0 Qh
1 Qh
F11
06826-06833
520
0-1
20
+/- Qh, secondary binary
9,999,999,999,999,999 Qh / 0 Qh
1 Qh
F12
06834-06841
521
0-1
20
+/- Qh, primary BCD
9,999,999,999,999,999 Qh / 0 Qh
1 Qh
F19
06842-06849
522
0-1
20
+/- Qh, primary binary
9,999,999,999,999,999 Qh / 0 Qh
1 Qh
F20
06850-06851
523
0-1
30
+/- Qh in the Interval, secondary
65,535 / 0
1
F47
06852-06855
524
0-1
30
+/- Qh in the Interval, primary
4,294,967,295 / 0
1
F18
06856-06857
525
0
30
Block Window Average Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06858-06861
526
0-1
30
Maximum Block Window Average +/- Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06862-06865
527
0-1
30
Minimum Block Window Average +/- Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06866-06873
528
0-1
50
Maximum Block Window Average +/- Q Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
06874-06881
529
0-1
50
Minimum Block Window Average +/- Q Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
06882-06883
530
0
30
Rolling Window Average Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06884-06887
531
0-1
30
Maximum Rolling Window Average +/- Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06888-06891
532
0-1
30
Minimum Rolling Window Average +/- Q
+32767 Q / -32768 Q
1/65536 Q sec
F7
06892-06899
533
0-1
50
Maximum Rolling Window Average +/- Q Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
06900-06907
534
0-1
50
Minimum Rolling Window Average +/- Q Time Stamps
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
F3
F3
F3
F3
Scaled Energy Block
2- 102
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
06908-06911
535
0
50
Scaled Energy Block Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
06912-06913
536
0
20
Total VAh (Quadrant 1+2+3+4) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
F64
06914-06915
536
1
20
Positive VARh (Quadrant 1+2) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
F64
F3
6
-7
F64
F64
06916-06917
536
2
20
Negative VARh (Quadrant 3+4) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06918-06919
537
0
20
Positive Wh (Quadrant 1+4) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06920-06921
537
1
20
Quadrant 1 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06922-06923
537
2
20
Quadrant 1 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06924-06925
537
3
20
Quadrant 4 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06926-06927
537
4
20
Quadrant 4 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06928-06929
537
5
20
Negative Wh (Quadrant 2+3) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06930-06931
537
6
20
Quadrant 2 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06932-06933
537
7
20
Quadrant 2 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06934-06935
537
8
20
Quadrant 3 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06936-06937
537
9
20
Quadrant 3 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06938-06939
538
0
20
I2t Phase A Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06940-06941
538
1
20
I2t Phase B Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06942-06943
538
2
20
I2t Phase C Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06944-06945
538
3
20
V2t Phase A Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06946-06947
538
4
20
V2t Phase B Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06948-06949
538
5
20
V2t Phase C Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06950-06951
539
0
20
Quadrant 1 Wh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06952-06953
539
1
20
Quadrant 4 Wh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06954-06955
539
2
20
Quadrant 2 Wh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
6
-7
F64
F64
06956-06957
539
3
20
Quadrant 3 Wh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06958-06959
450
0
20
Uncompensated Total VAh, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06960-06963
540
1-2
20
Uncompensated +/- VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06964-06967
540
3-4
20
Uncompensated +/- Wh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06968-06971
541
0-1
20
+/- Qh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06972-06973
542
0
20
Test Mode Positive Wh (Quadrant 1+4) Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06974-06975
542
1
20
Test Mode Quadrant 1 VAh Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06976-06977
542
2
20
Test Mode Quadrant 1 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06978-06979
06980-06981
542
542
3
4
20
20
Test Mode Quadrant 4 VAh Scaled Secondary
Test Mode Quadrant 4 VARh Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
variable 10 - 10
variable 10 - 10
2- 103
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
06982-06983
542
5
20
06984-06985
542
6
20
06986-06987
542
7
20
Range
Units
Type R/W
Test Mode Negative Wh (Quadrant 2+3) Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 106 - 10-7
F64
Test Mode Quadrant 2 VAh Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
F64
Test Mode Quadrant 2 VARh Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
06988-06989
542
8
20
Test Mode Quadrant 3 VAh Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
06990-06991
542
9
20
Test Mode Quadrant 3 VARh Scaled Secondary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
06992-07007
543
0-7
20
Pulse Accumulation Inputs 1-8, Scaled
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07008-07015
544
0-3
20
Pulse Aggregations 1-4, Scaled
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07016-07017
545
0
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Positive Wh (Quadrant 1+4) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07018-07019
545
1
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 1 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07020-07021
545
2
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 1 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07022-07023
545
3
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 4 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07024-07025
545
4
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 4 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07026-07027
545
5
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Negative Wh (Quadrant 2+3) Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07028-07029
545
6
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 2 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07030-07031
545
7
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 2 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07032-07033
545
8
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 3 VAh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07034-07035
545
9
20
TOU Frozen Reg1 Quadrant 3 VARh Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
6
-7
F64
F64
07036-07055
546
0-9
20
TOU Frozen Reg2 Energy Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07056-07175
547552
0-9
20
TOU Frozen Reg3-Reg8 Energy Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 106 - 10-7
6
-7
F64
07176-07195
553
0-9
20
TOU Frozen Total Energy Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07196-07375
554562
0-9
20
TOU Prior Month Reg1-Reg8 & Total Energy Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 106 - 10-7
F64
07376-07555
563571
0-9
20
TOU Active Reg1-Reg8 & Total Energy Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 106 - 10-7
F64
07556-07735
572580
0-9
20
TOU Current Month Reg1-Reg8 & Total Energy Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 106 - 10-7
F64
07736-07740
581
0-9
30
TOU Frozen Scaled Energy Settings
07741-07745
582
0-9
30
TOU Prior Month Scaled Energy Settings
07746-07747
583
0
30
Total VAh (Quadrant 1+2+3+4) in the Interval, Scaled Primary
F65
F65
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07748-07749
583
1
30
Positive VARh (Quadrant 1+2) in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07750-07751
583
2
30
Negative VARh (Quadrant 3+4) in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07752-07753
584
0
30
Positive Wh (Quadrant 1+4) in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
variable 10 - 10
-7
F64
2- 104
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
07754-07755
584
1
30
07756-07757
584
2
30
07758-07759
584
3
30
Range
Units
Type R/W
Quadrant 1 VAh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 106 - 10-7
F64
Quadrant 1 VARh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
F64
Quadrant 4 VAh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07760-07761
584
4
30
Quadrant 4 VARh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07762-07763
584
5
30
Negative Wh (Quadrant 2+3) in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07764-07765
584
6
30
Quadrant 2 VAh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07766-07767
584
7
30
Quadrant 2 VARh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07768-07769
584
8
30
Quadrant 3 VAh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07770-07771
584
9
30
Quadrant 3 VARh in the Interval, Sclaed Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07772-07773
585
0
30
I2t Phase A in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07774-07775
585
1
30
I2t Phase B in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07776-07777
585
2
30
I2t Phase C in the Interval, Sclaed Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07778-07779
585
3
30
V2t Phase A in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07780-07781
585
4
30
V2t Phase B in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07782-07783
585
5
30
V2t Phase C in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07784-07785
586
0
30
Quadrant 1 Wh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07786-07787
586
1
30
Quadrant 4 Wh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07788-07789
586
2
30
Quadrant 2 Wh in the Interval, Sclaed Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07790-07791
586
3
30
Quadrant 3 Wh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07792-07793
587
0
30
Uncompensated Total VAh (Q 1+2+3+4) in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
07794-07797
587
1-2
30
Uncompensated +/- VARh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
F64
6
-7
F64
F64
variable 10 - 10
07798-07801
587
3-4
30
Uncompensated +/- Wh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07802-07805
588
0-1
30
+/- Qh in the Interval, Scaled Primary
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
6
-7
F64
07806-07821
589
0-7
30
Pulse Accumulation Inputs 1-8 in the Interval, Scaled
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
variable 10 - 10
07822-07829
590
0-3
30
Pulse Aggregations 1-4 in the Interval, Scaled
variable (9999 through 999999999 / 0)
6
-7
variable 10 - 10
F64
Total Average Power Factor Block
07830-07833
591
0
50
Total Average Power Factor Block Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
07834
592
0
30
Total Average Power Factor Q14
1.000 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
07835
592
1
30
Total Average Power Factor Q23
1.000 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
07836
593
0
30
Maximum Total Average Power Factor Q14
1.000 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
07837
593
1
30
Maximum Total Average Power Factor Q23
1.000 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
07838
594
0
30
Minimum Total Average Power Factor Q14
1.000 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
07839
594
1
30
Minimum Total Average Power Factor Q23
1.000 / 0
0.001 PF
F8
R
2- 105
DNP
Description
Obj
Address
Line
Pt
Range
Units
Type R/W
07840-07843
595
0
50
Maximum Total Average Power Factor Q14 Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
07844-07847
595
1
50
Maximum Total Average Power Factor Q23 Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
07848-07851
596
0
50
Minimum Total Average Power Factor Q14 Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
07852-07855
596
1
50
Minimum Total Average Power Factor Q23 Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
07856-07859
597
0
50
Total Average Power Factor Reset Timestamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
07860-07863
598
0
50
Reset Active TOU Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
F3
R
Reset Active TOU Time Stamp
Scratchpad Block
08193-08320
Scratchpad Registers
08449-08512
Master Device Data, Port 4 (I/O)
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
08513-08576
Master Device Data, Port 3
9999
1 year
F21
R
08577-08640
Master Device Data, Port 2
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
08641-08704
Master Device Data, Port 1 (232/485)
9999
1 year
F21
R
12289-14336
Customized Modbus Readings
16385-24576
Undefined
24577-32768
Undefined
Master Device Data Blocks
Customized Modbus Block
R
Enhanced Factory Settings Block
R
Enhanced Programmable Settings Block
R
Time of Use Calendar Header Block
34817-34820
34821
34822-34825
34826
34827-34830
34831
34832-34835
34836
34837-34840
34841
34842-34845
34846
TOU Calendar Year 1 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 2 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 2 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 3 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 3 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 4 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 4 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 5 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 5 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 6 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 6 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
2- 106
Address
34847-34850
34851
34852-34855
34856
34857-34860
34861
34862-34865
34866
34867-34870
34871
34872-34875
34876
34877-34880
34881
34882-34885
34886
34887-34890
34891
34892-34895
34896
34897-34900
34901
34902-34905
34906
34907-34910
34911
34912-34915
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
TOU Calendar Year 7 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 7 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 8 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 8 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 9 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 9 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 10 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 10 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 11 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 11 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 12 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 12 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 13 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 13 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 14 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 14 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 15 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 15 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 16 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 16 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 17 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 17 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 18 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 18 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 19 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
TOU Calendar Year 19 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
TOU Calendar Year 20 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
34916
TOU Calendar Year 20 Calendar Year
9999
1 year
F21
R
34917
34918
TOU Calendar Year Selection
TOU Calendar Header Status / Year Selection Status
F31
F32
R/W
R
F3
R
Time of Use Calendar Block
Time of Use Calendar Window 1
34919-34922
TOU Calendar Year 1 Modification Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
2- 107
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
1 year
Type R/W
34923
TOU Calendar Year 1 Calendar Year
9999
F21
R
34924
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 1 / Jan 2 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34925
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 3 / Jan 4 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34926
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 5 / Jan 6 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34927
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 7 / Jan 8 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34928
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 9 / Jan 10 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34929
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 11 / Jan 12 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34930
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 13 / Jan 14 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34931
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 15 / Jan 16 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34932
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 17 / Jan 18 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34933
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 19 / Jan 20 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34934
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 21 / Jan 22 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34935
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 23 / Jan 24 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34936
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 25 / Jan 26 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34937
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 27 / Jan 28 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34938
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 29 / Jan 30 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34939
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jan 31 / Feb 1 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34940
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 2 / Feb 3 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34941
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 4 / Feb 5 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34942
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 6 / Feb 7 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34943
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 8 / Feb 9 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34944
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 10 / Feb 11 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34945
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 12 / Feb 13 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34946
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 14 / Feb 15 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34947
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 16 / Feb 17 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34948
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 18 / Feb 19 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34949
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 20 / Feb 21 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34950
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 22 / Feb 23 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34951
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 24 / Feb 25 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34952
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 26 / Feb 27 Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34953
TOU Calendar Year 1 Feb 28 / Mar 1 (Feb 28) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34954
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 2 (Mar 1) / Mar 3 (Mar 2) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34955
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 4 (Mar 3) / Mar 5 (Mar 4) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
2- 108
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
34956
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 6 (Mar 5) / Mar 7 (Mar 6) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34957
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 8 (Mar 7) / Mar 9 (Mar 8) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34958
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 10 (Mar 9) / Mar 11 (Mar 10) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34959
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 13 (Mar 11) / Mar 13 (Mar 12) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34960
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 14 (Mar 13) / Mar 15 (Mar 14) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34961
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 16 (Mar 15) / Mar 17 (Mar 16) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34962
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 18 (Mar 17) / Mar 19 (Mar 18) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34963
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 20 (Mar 19) / Mar 21 (Mar 20) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34964
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 22 (Mar 21) / Mar 23 (Mar 22) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34965
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 24 (Mar 23) / Mar 25 (Mar 24) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34966
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 26 (Mar 25) / Mar 27 (Mar 26) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34967
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 28 (Mar 27) / Mar 29 (Mar 28) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34968
TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 30 (Mar 29) / Mar 31 (Mar 30) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34969
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 1 (Mar 31) / Apr 2 (Apr 1) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34970
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 3 (Apr 2) / Apr 4 (Apr 3) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34971
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 5 (Apr 4) / Apr 6 (Apr 5) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34972
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 7 (Apr 6) / Apr 8 (Apr 7) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34973
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 9 (Apr 8) / Apr 10 (Apr 9) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34974
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 11 (Apr 10) / Apr 12 (Apr 11) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34975
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 13 (Apr 12) / Apr 14 (Apr 13) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34976
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 15 (Apr 14) / Apr 16 (Apr 15) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34977
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 17 (Apr 16) / Apr 18 (Apr 17) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34978
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 19 (Apr 18) / Apr 20 (Apr 19) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34979
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 21 (Apr 20) / Apr 22 (Apr 21) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34980
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 23 (Apr 22) / Apr 24 (Apr 23) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34981
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 25 (Apr 24) / Apr 26 (Apr 25) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34982
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 27 (Apr 26) / Apr 28 (Apr 27) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34983
TOU Calendar Year 1 Apr 29 (Apr 28) / Apr 30 (Apr 29) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34984
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 1 (Apr 30) / May 2 (May 1) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34985
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 3 (May 2) / May 4 (May 3) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34986
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 5 (May 4) / May 6 (May 5) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34987
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 7 (May 6) / May 8 (May 7) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34988
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 9 (May 8) / May 10 (May 9) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
2- 109
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
34989
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 11 (May 10) / May 12 (May 11) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34990
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 13 (May 12) / May 14 (May 13) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34991
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 15 (May 14) / May 16 (May 15) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34992
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 17 (May 16) / May 18 (May 17) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34993
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 19 (May 18) / May 20 (May 19) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34994
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 21 (May 20) / May 22 (May 21) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34995
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 23 (May 22) / May 24 (May 23) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34996
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 25 (May 24) / May 26 (May 25) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34997
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 27 (May 26) / May 28 (May 27) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34998
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 29 (May 28) / May 30 (May 29) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
34999
TOU Calendar Year 1 May 31 (May 30) / Jun 1 (May 31) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35000
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 2 (Jun 1) / Jun 3 (Jun 2) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35001
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 4 (Jun 3) / Jun 5 (Jun 4) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35002
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 6 (Jun 5) / Jun 7 (Jun 6) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35003
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 8 (Jun 7) / Jun 9 (Jun 8) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35004
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 10 (Jun 9) / Jun 11 (Jun 10) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35005
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 13 (Jun 11) / Jun 13 (Jun 12) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35006
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 14 (Jun 13) / Jun 15 (Jun 14) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35007
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 16 (Jun 15) / Jun 17 (Jun 16) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35008
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 18 (Jun 17) / Jun 19 (Jun 18) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35009
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 20 (Jun 19) / Jun 21 (Jun 20) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35010
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 22 (Jun 21) / Jun 23 (Jun 22) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35011
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 24 (Jun 23) / Jun 25 (Jun 24) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35012
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 26 (Jun 25) / Jun 27 (Jun 26) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35013
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 28 (Jun 27) / Jun 29 (Jun 28) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35014
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jun 30 (Jun 29) / Jul 1 (Jun 30) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35015
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 2 (Jul 1) / Jul 3 (Jul 2) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35016
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 4 (Jul 3) / Jul 5 (Jul 4) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35017
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 6 (Jul 5) / Jul 7 (Jul 6) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35018
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 8 (Jul 7) / Jul 9 (Jul 8) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35019
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 10 (Jul 9) / Jul 11 (Jul 10) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35020
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 13 (Jul 11) / Jul 13 (Jul 12) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35021
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 14 (Jul 13) / Jul 15 (Jul 14) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
2- 110
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35022
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 16 (Jul 15) / Jul 17 (Jul 16) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35023
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 18 (Jul 17) / Jul 19 (Jul 18) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35024
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 20 (Jul 19) / Jul 21 (Jul 20) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35025
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 22 (Jul 21) / Jul 23 (Jul 22) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35026
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 24 (Jul 23) / Jul 25 (Jul 24) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35027
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 26 (Jul 25) / Jul 27 (Jul 26) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35028
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 28 (Jul 27) / Jul 29 (Jul 28) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35029
TOU Calendar Year 1 Jul 30 (Jul 29) / Jul 31 (Jul 30) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35030
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 1 (Jul 31) / Aug 2 (Aug 1) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35031
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 3 (Aug 2) / Aug 4 (Aug 3) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35032
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 5 (Aug 4) / Aug 6 (Aug 5) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35033
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 7 (Aug 6) / Aug 8 (Aug 7) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35034
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 9 (Aug 8) / Aug 10 (Aug 9) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35035
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 11 (Aug 10) / Aug 12 (Aug 11) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35036
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 13 (Aug 12) / Aug 14 (Aug 13) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35037
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 15 (Aug 14) / Aug 16 (Aug 15) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35038
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 17 (Aug 16) / Aug 18 (Aug 17) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35039
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 19 (Aug 18) / Aug 20 (Aug 19) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35040
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 21 (Aug 20) / Aug 22 (Aug 21) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35041
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 23 (Aug 22) / Aug 24 (Aug 23) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35042
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 25 (Aug 24) / Aug 26 (Aug 25) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35043
35044
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 27 (Aug 26) / Aug 28 (Aug 27) Profile
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 29 (Aug 28) / Aug 30 (Aug 29) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
15-15 / 0-0
F22
F22
R
R
35045
TOU Calendar Year 1 Aug 31 (Aug 30) / Sep 1 (Aug 31) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35046
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 2 (Sep 1) / Sep 3 (Sep 2) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35047
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 4 (Sep 3) / Sep 5 (Sep 4) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35048
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 6 (Sep 5) / Sep 7 (Sep 6) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35049
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 8 (Sep 7) / Sep 9 (Sep 8) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35050
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 10 (Sep 9) / Sep 11 (Sep 10) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35051
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 13 (Sep 11) / Sep 13 (Sep 12) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35052
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 14 (Sep 13) / Sep 15 (Sep 14) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35053
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 16 (Sep 15) / Sep 17 (Sep 16) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
Time of Use Calendar Window 2
2- 111
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35054
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 18 (Sep 17) / Sep 19 (Sep 18) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35055
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 20 (Sep 19) / Sep 21 (Sep 20) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35056
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 22 (Sep 21) / Sep 23 (Sep 22) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35057
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 24 (Sep 23) / Sep 25 (Sep 24) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35058
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 26 (Sep 25) / Sep 27 (Sep 26) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35059
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 28 (Sep 27) / Sep 29 (Sep 28) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35060
TOU Calendar Year 1 Sep 30 (Sep 29) / Oct 1 (Sep 30) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35061
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 2 (Oct 1) / Oct 3 (Oct 2) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35062
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 4 (Oct 3) / Oct 5 (Oct 4) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35063
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 6 (Oct 5) / Oct 7 (Oct 6) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35064
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 8 (Oct 7) / Oct 9 (Oct 8) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35065
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 10 (Oct 9) / Oct 11 (Oct 10) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35066
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 13 (Oct 11) / Oct 13 (Oct 12) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35067
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 14 (Oct 13) / Oct 15 (Oct 14) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35068
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 16 (Oct 15) / Oct 17 (Oct 16) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35069
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 18 (Oct 17) / Oct 19 (Oct 18) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35070
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 20 (Oct 19) / Oct 21 (Oct 20) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35071
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 22 (Oct 21) / Oct 23 (Oct 22) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35072
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 24 (Oct 23) / Oct 25 (Oct 24) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35073
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 26 (Oct 25) / Oct 27 (Oct 26) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35074
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 28 (Oct 27) / Oct 29 (Oct 28) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35075
TOU Calendar Year 1 Oct 30 (Oct 29) / Oct 31 (Oct 30) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35076
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 1 (Oct 31) / Nov 2 (Nov 1) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35077
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 3 (Nov 2) / Nov 4 (Nov 3) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35078
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 5 (Nov 4) / Nov 6 (Nov 5) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35079
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 7 (Nov 6) / Nov 8 (Nov 7) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35080
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 9 (Nov 8) / Nov 10 (Nov 9) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35081
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 11 (Nov 10) / Nov 12 (Nov 11) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35082
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 13 (Nov 12) / Nov 14 (Nov 13) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35083
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 15 (Nov 14) / Nov 16 (Nov 15) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35084
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 17 (Nov 16) / Nov 18 (Nov 17) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35085
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 19 (Nov 18) / Nov 20 (Nov 19) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35086
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 21 (Nov 20) / Nov 22 (Nov 21) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
2- 112
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35087
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 23 (Nov 22) / Nov 24 (Nov 23) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35088
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 25 (Nov 24) / Nov 26 (Nov 25) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35089
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 27 (Nov 26) / Nov 28 (Nov 27) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35090
TOU Calendar Year 1 Nov 29 (Nov 28) / Nov 30 (Nov 29) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35091
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 1 (Nov 31) / Dec 2 (Dec 1) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35092
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 3 (Dec 2) / Dec 4 (Dec 3) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35093
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 5 (Dec 4) / Dec 6 (Dec 5) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35094
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 7 (Dec 6) / Dec 8 (Dec 7) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35095
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 9 (Dec 8) / Dec 10 (Dec 9) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35096
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 11 (Dec 10) / Dec 12 (Dec 11) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35097
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 13 (Dec 12) / Dec 14 (Dec 13) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35098
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 15 (Dec 14) / Dec 16 (Dec 15) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35099
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 17 (Dec 16) / Dec 18 (Dec 17) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35100
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 19 (Dec 18) / Dec 20 (Dec 19) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35101
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 21 (Dec 20) / Dec 22 (Dec 21) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35102
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 23 (Dec 22) / Dec 24 (Dec 23) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35103
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 25 (Dec 24) / Dec 26 (Dec 25) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35104
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 27 (Dec 26) / Dec 28 (Dec 27) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35105
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 29 (Dec 28) / Dec 30 (Dec 29) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35106
TOU Calendar Year 1 Dec 31 (Dec 30) / (Dec 31) Profile
15-15 / 0-0
F22
R
35107
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Status
F23
R
35108
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35109
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35110
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35111
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35112
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35113
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35114
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35115
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35116
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35117
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35118
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35119
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 113
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35120
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35121
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35122
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35123
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35124
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35125
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35126
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35127
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35128
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35129
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35130
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35131
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35132
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Status
F23
R
35133
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35134
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35135
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35136
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35137
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35138
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35139
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35140
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35141
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35142
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35143
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35144
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35145
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35146
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35147
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35148
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35149
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35150
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35151
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35152
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
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35153
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35154
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35155
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35156
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
35157
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Status
35158
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
35159
35160
F24
R
F23
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35161
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35162
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35163
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35164
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35165
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35166
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35167
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35168
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35169
35170
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
F24
R
R
35171
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35172
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35173
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35174
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35175
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35176
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35177
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35178
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35179
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35180
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35181
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
35182
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Status
35183
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
35184
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
Time of Use Calendar Window 3
F24
R
F23
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
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35185
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35186
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35187
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35188
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35189
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35190
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35191
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35192
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35193
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35194
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35195
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35196
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35197
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35198
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35199
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35200
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35201
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35202
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35203
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35204
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35205
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35206
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
35207
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Status
35208
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
35209
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
35210
F24
R
F23
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35211
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35212
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35213
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35214
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35215
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35216
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35217
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
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35218
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35219
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35220
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35221
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35222
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35223
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35224
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35225
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35226
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35227
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35228
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35229
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35230
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35231
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35232
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Status
F23
R
35233
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35234
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35235
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35236
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35237
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35238
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35239
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35240
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35241
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35242
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35243
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35244
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35245
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35246
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35247
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35248
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35249
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35250
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
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TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35252
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35253
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35254
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35255
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35256
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35257
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Status
F23
R
35258
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35259
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35260
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35261
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35262
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35263
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35264
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35265
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35266
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35267
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35268
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35269
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35270
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35271
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35272
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35273
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35274
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35275
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35276
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35277
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35278
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35279
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35280
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35281
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35282
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Status
F23
R
35283
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
F24
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
2- 118
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Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35284
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35285
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35286
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35287
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35288
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35289
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35290
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35291
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35292
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35293
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35294
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35295
35296
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
F24
R
R
Time of Use Calendar Window 4
35297
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35298
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35299
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35300
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35301
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35302
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35303
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35304
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35305
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35306
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
35307
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Status
35308
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
35309
35310
F24
R
F23
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35311
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35312
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35313
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35314
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35315
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 119
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Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35316
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35317
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35318
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35319
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35320
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35321
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35322
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35323
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35324
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35325
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35326
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35327
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35328
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35329
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35330
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35331
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
35332
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Status
35333
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
35334
35335
F24
R
F23
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35336
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35337
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35338
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35339
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35340
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35341
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35342
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35343
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35344
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35345
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35346
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35347
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35348
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 120
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35349
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35350
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35351
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35352
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35353
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35354
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35355
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35356
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35357
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Status
F23
R
35358
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35359
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35360
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35361
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35362
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35363
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35364
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35365
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35366
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35367
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35368
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35369
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35370
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35371
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35372
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35373
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35374
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35375
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35376
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35377
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35378
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35379
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35380
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35381
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 121
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35382
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Status
F23
R
35383
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35384
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35385
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35386
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35387
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35388
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35389
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35390
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35391
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35392
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35393
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35394
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35395
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35396
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35397
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35398
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35399
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35400
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35401
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35402
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35403
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35404
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35405
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35406
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35407
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Status
F23
R
35408
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35409
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35410
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35411
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35412
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35413
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35414
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 122
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35415
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35416
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35417
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35418
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35419
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35420
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35421
35422
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
F24
R
R
Time of Use Calendar Window 5
35423
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35424
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35425
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35426
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35427
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35428
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35429
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35430
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35431
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35432
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile14 Status
F23
R
35433
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35434
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35435
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35436
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35437
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35438
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35439
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35440
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35441
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35442
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35443
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35444
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35445
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35446
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 123
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Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35447
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35448
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35449
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35450
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35451
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35452
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35453
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35454
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35455
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35456
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
35457
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Status
35458
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
35459
35460
F24
R
F23
R
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35461
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35462
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35463
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35464
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35465
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35466
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35467
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35468
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35469
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35470
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35471
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35472
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35473
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35474
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35475
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35476
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35477
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35478
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35479
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
2- 124
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
35480
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35481
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35482
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Status
F23
R
35483
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 00:00, 00:15, 00:30 & 00:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35484
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 01:00, 01:15, 01:30 & 01:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35485
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 02:00, 02:15, 02:30 & 02:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35486
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 03:00, 03:15, 03:30 & 03:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35487
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 04:00, 04:15, 04:30 & 04:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35488
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 05:00, 05:15, 05:30 & 05:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35489
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 06:00, 06:15, 06:30 & 06:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35490
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 07:00, 07:15, 07:30 & 07:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35491
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 08:00, 08:15, 08:30 & 08:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35492
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 09:00, 09:15, 09:30 & 09:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35493
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 10:00, 10:15, 10:30 & 10:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35494
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 11:00, 11:15, 11:30 & 11:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35495
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 12:00, 12:15, 12:30 & 12:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35496
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 13:00, 13:15, 13:30 & 13:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35497
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 14:00, 14:15, 14:30 & 14:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35498
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 15:00, 15:15, 15:30 & 15:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35499
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 16:00, 16:15, 16:30 & 16:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35500
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 17:00, 17:15, 17:30 & 17:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35501
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 18:00, 18:15, 18:30 & 18:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35502
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 19:00, 19:15, 19:30 & 19:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35503
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 20:00, 20:15, 20:30 & 20:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35504
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 21:00, 21:15, 21:30 & 21:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35505
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 22:00, 22:15, 22:30 & 22:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35506
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Register for 23:00, 23:15, 23:30 & 23:45
7-7-7-7 / 0-0-0-0
F24
R
35507
TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day Jan & Feb
30-28 (29) / 1-1
F25
R
35508
TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day Mar & Apr
31-30 / 1-1
F25
R
35509
TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day May & Jun
31-30 / 1-1
F25
R
35510
TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day Jul & Aug
31-31 / 1-1
F25
R
35511
TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day Sep & Oct
30-31 / 1-1
F25
R
35512
TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day Nov & Dec
30-31 / 1-1
F25
R
2- 125
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Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
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TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Label
F1
R
35521-35528
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 2 Label
F1
R
35529-35536
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 3 Label
F1
R
35537-35544
35545-35548
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 4 Label
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Label (Partial)
F1
F1
R
R
Time of Use Calendar Window 6
35549-35552
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 5 Label (Partial)
F1
R
35553-35560
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 6 Label
F1
R
35561-35568
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 7 Label
F1
R
35569-35576
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 8 Label
F1
R
35577-35584
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 9 Label
F1
R
35585-35592
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 10 Label
F1
R
35593-35600
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 11 Label
F1
R
35601-35608
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 12 Label
F1
R
35609-35616
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 13 Label
F1
R
35617-35624
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 14 Label
F1
R
35625-35632
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 15 Label
F1
R
35633-35640
TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 16 Label
F1
R
35641-35648
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 1 Label
F1
R
35649-35656
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 2 Label
F1
R
35657-35664
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 3 Label
F1
R
35665-35672
35673-35674
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 4 Label
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 5 Label (Partial)
F1
F1
R
R
35675-35680
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 5 Label (Partial)
F1
R
35681-35688
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 6 Label
F1
R
35689-35696
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 7 Label
F1
R
35697-35704
TOU Calendar Year 1 Reg 8 Label
F1
R
35705-35708
TOU Calendar Year 1 Start Date Season 1
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
35709-35712
TOU Calendar Year 1 Start Date Season 2
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
35713-35716
TOU Calendar Year 1 Start Date Season 3
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
35737-35720
TOU Calendar Year 1 Start Date Season 4
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
35721-35724
TOU Calendar Year 1 Start Date Daylight Savings Time
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
F3
R
Time of Use Calendar Window 7
2- 126
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
35725-35728
TOU Calendar Year 1 End Date Daylight Savings Time
35729
TOU Calendar Year 1 DST Enable / Average Selection
35730
Clear on New Period/ Freeze Period Selection
35731
Weekly Freeze Day of Week/ Freeze Hour
35732-35800
Range
Units
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
Type R/W
F3
R
F26
R
TOU Calendar Year 1 Undefined
R
Time of Use Upload Calendar Block
36607
TOU Upload Calendar Window Locked to Port
F66
R/W
36608
TOU Upload Calendar Window Sequence/Status
F27
R
36609
TOU Upload Calendar Window ID
F28
R/W
TOU Upload Calendar Window Data
F29
R/W
TOU Upload Calendar Window Checksum
F30
R/W
36610-36735
36736
14 / 1
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R
36867
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Record Size
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1 byte
R
36868
Historical Log 1 Snapshot First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
36869
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Last Index
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R
36870-36873
Historical Log 1 Snapshot First Time Stamp
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10 msec
R
36874-36877
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
36878-36881
36882
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Valid Bitmap
Historical Log 1 Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
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R
R
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Header
36929-36930
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
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R
36931
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Record Size
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1 byte
R
36932
Historical Log 2 Snapshot First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
36933
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
36934-36937
Historical Log 2 Snapshot First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
36938-36941
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
36942-36945
36946
Historical Log 2 Snapshot Valid Bitmap
Historical Log 2 Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
36993-36994
Limit Trigger Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
36995
Limit Trigger Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
36996
Limit Trigger Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
Limit Trigger Log Header
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Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Limit Trigger Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
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R
36998-37001
Limit Trigger Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37002-37005
Limit Trigger Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37006-37009
37010
Limit Trigger Log Valid Bitmap
Limit Trigger Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
Limit Snapshot Log Header
37057-37058
Limit Snapshot Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37059
Limit Snapshot Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37060
Limit Snapshot Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37061
Limit Snapshot Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37062-37065
Limit Snapshot Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37066-37069
Limit Snapshot Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37070-37073
37074
Limit Snapshot Log Valid Bitmap
Limit Snapshot Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
Digital Input Log Header
37121-37122
Digital Input Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37123
Digital Input Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37124
Digital Input Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37125
Digital Input Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37126-37129
Digital Input Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37130-37133
Digital Input Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37134-37137
37138
Digital Input Log Valid Bitmap
Digital Input Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
37185-37186
Digital Input Snapshot Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37187
Digital Input Snapshot Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37188
Digital Input Snapshot Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37189
Digital Input Snapshot Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37190-37193
Digital Input Snapshot Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37194-37197
Digital Input Snapshot Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37198-37201
37202
Digital Input Snapshot Log Valid Bitmap
Digital Input Snapshot Log Max Records
1 record
R
R
Digital Input Snapshot Log Header
65535 records / 0 records
Digital Output Log Header
2- 128
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
37249-37250
Digital Output Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37251
Digital Output Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37252
Digital Output Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37253
Digital Output Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37254-37257
Digital Output Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37258-37261
Digital Output Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37262-37265
37266
Digital Output Log Valid Bitmap
Digital Output Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
Digital Output Snapshot Log Header
37313-37314
Digital Output Snapshot Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
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R
37315
Digital Output Snapshot Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37316
Digital Output Snapshot Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37317
Digital Output Snapshot Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37318-37321
Digital Output Snapshot Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37322-37325
Digital Output Snapshot Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37326-37329
37330
Digital Output Snapshot Log Valid Bitmap
Digital Output Snapshot Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
Flicker Log Header
37377-37378
Flicker Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37379
Flicker Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37380
Flicker Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37381
Flicker Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37382-37385
Flicker Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37386-37389
Flicker Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37390-37393
37394
Flicker Log Valid Bitmap
Flicker Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
37441-37442
Waveform Trigger Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37443
Waveform Trigger Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37444
Waveform Trigger Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37445
Waveform Trigger Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37446-37449
Waveform Trigger Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37450-37453
Waveform Trigger Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
Waveform Trigger Log Header
2- 129
Address
37454-37457
37458
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Waveform Trigger Log Valid Bitmap
Waveform Trigger Log Max Records
Range
Units
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
Type R/W
R
R
System Event Log Header
37505-37506
System Event Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37507
System Event Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37508
System Event Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37509
System Event Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37510-37513
System Event Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37514-37517
System Event Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37518-37521
37522
System Event Log Valid Bitmap
System Event Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
Waveform Samples Log Header
37569-37570
Waveform Samples Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37571
Waveform Samples Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37572
Waveform Samples Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37573
Waveform Samples Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37574-37577
Waveform Samples Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37578-37581
Waveform Samples Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37582-37585
37586
Waveform Samples Log Valid Bitmap
Waveform Samples Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
PQ (CBEMA) Log Header
37633-37634
PQ (CBEMA) Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37635
PQ (CBEMA) Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37636
PQ (CBEMA) Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37637
PQ (CBEMA) Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37638-37641
PQ (CBEMA) Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37642-37645
PQ (CBEMA) Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37646-37649
37650
PQ (CBEMA) Log Valid Bitmap
PQ (CBEMA) Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
37697-37698
Reset Log Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37699
Reset Log Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37700
Reset Log First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
Reset Log Header
2- 130
Address
37701
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Reset Log Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37702-37705
Reset Log First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37706-37709
Reset Log Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37710-37713
37714
Reset Log Valid Bitmap
Reset Log Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
External Device Info Block Header
37761-37762
External Device Info Block Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37763
External Device Info Block Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37764
External Device Info Block First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37765
External Device Info Block Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37766-37769
External Device Info Block First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37770-37773
External Device Info Block Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37774-37777
37778
External Device Info Block Valid Bitmap
External Device Info Block Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
External Device Programming Block Header
37825-37826
External Device Programming Block Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37827
External Device Programming Block Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37828
External Device Programming Block First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37829
External Device Programming Block Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37830-37833
External Device Programming Block First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37834-37837
External Device Programming Block Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37838-37841
37842
External Device Programming Block Valid Bitmap
External Device Programming Block Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
37889-37890
Device History Block Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37891
Device History Block Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37892
Device History Block First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37893
Device History Block Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37894-37897
Device History Block First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37898-37901
Device History Block Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37902-37905
37906
Device History Block Valid Bitmap
Device History Block Max Records
1 record
R
R
Device History Block Header
65535 records / 0 records
Direct Memory Access Header
2- 131
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
37953-37954
Direct Memory Access Memory Size
4,294,967,295 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37955
Direct Memory Access Record Size
65535 bytes / 0 bytes
1 byte
R
37956
Direct Memory Access First Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37957
Direct Memory Access Last Index
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R
37958-37961
Direct Memory Access First Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37962-37965
Direct Memory Access Last Time Stamp
12/31/9999 23:59:59.99
10 msec
R
37966-37969
37970
Direct Memory Access Valid Bitmap
Direct Memory Access Max Records
65535 records / 0 records
1 record
R
R
Window Index Block
38145
Window Index for Historical Log 1
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38146
Window Index for Historical Log 2
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38147
Window Index for Limit Trigger Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38148
Window Index for Limit Snapshot Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38149
Window Index for Digital Input Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38150
Window Index for Digital Input Snapshot Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38151
Window Index for Digital Output Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38152
Window Index for Digital Output Snapshot Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38153
Window Index for Flicker Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38154
Window Index for Waveform Trigger Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38155
Window Index for System Event Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38156
Window Index for Waveform Sample Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38157
Window Index for PQ (CBEMA) Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38158
Window Index for Reset Log
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38159
Window Index for External Device Info Block
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38160
Window Index for External Device Programming Blocks
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
R/W
38161
38162
Window Index for Device History Block
Window Index for Direct Memory Access
record 65535 / record 0
record 65535 / record 0
1 record
1 record
R/W
R/W
38209
Window Mode for Historical Log 1
R/W
38210
Window Mode for Historical Log 2
R/W
38211
Window Mode for Limit Trigger Log
R/W
38212
Window Mode for Limit Snapshot Log
R/W
38213
Window Mode for Digital Input Log
R/W
Window Mode Block
2- 132
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
38214
Window Mode for Digital Input Snapshot Log
R/W
38215
Window Mode for Digital Output Log
R/W
38216
Window Mode for Digital Output Snapshot Log
R/W
38217
Window Mode for Flicker Log
R/W
38218
Window Mode for Waveform Trigger Log
R/W
38219
Window Mode for System Event Log
R/W
38220
Window Mode for Waveform Samples Log
R/W
38221
Window Mode for PQ (CBEMA) Log
R/W
38222
Window Mode for Reset Log
R/W
38223
Window Mode for External Device Info Block
R/W
38224
Window Mode for External Device Programming Blocks
R/W
38225
38226
Window Mode for Device History Block
Window Mode for Direct Memory Access
R/W
R/W
Window Block
38273-38336
Historical Log 1 Window
R
38337-38400
Historical Log 2 Window
R
38401-38464
Limit Trigger Log Window
R
38465-38528
Limit Snapshot Log Window
R
38529-38592
Digital Input Log Window
R
38593-38656
Digital Input Snapshot Log Window
R
38657-38720
Digital Output Log Window
R
38721-38784
Digital Output Snapshot Log Window
R
38785-38848
Flicker Log Window
R
38849-38912
Waveform Trigger Log Window
R
38913-38976
System Event Log Window
R
38977-39040
Waveform Samples Log Window
R
39041-39104
PQ (CBEMA) Log Window
R
39105-39168
Reset Log Window
R
39169-39232
External Device Info Block Window
R
39233-39296
39297-39360
External Device Programming Block Window
Device History Block Window
R
R
Auto Increment Window Block
39423
Auto Increment Configuration
R
2- 133
Address
39424
39425-39488
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Auto Increment Window Index
Auto Increment Log Window
R
R
Alarm Block
40961
Last Alarm
R
40977-41104
41105
Last Alarm Snapshot
Latched Exception Flag
41729
Port Control Command
W
41730-41732
Port Control Lock States
R
65535 exceptions / 0 exceptions
R
R
1 exception
Port Control Block
41733
Port Control Pointer RecIn Comm 4 (I/O)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41734
Port Control Pointer RecOut Comm 4 (I/O)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41735
Port Control Pointer TrmIn Comm 4 (I/O)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41736
Port Control Pointer TrmOut Comm 4 (I/O)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41737
Port Control Pointer RecIn Comm 3
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41738
Port Control Pointer RecOut Comm 3
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41739
Port Control Pointer TrmIn Comm 3
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41740
Port Control Pointer TrmOut Comm 3
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41741
Port Control Pointer RecIn Comm 2
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41742
Port Control Pointer RecOut Comm 2
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41743
Port Control Pointer TrmIn Comm 2
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41744
Port Control Pointer TrmOut Comm 2
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41745
Port Control Pointer RecIn Comm 1 (232/485)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41746
Port Control Pointer RecOut Comm 1 (232/485)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41747
Port Control Pointer TrmIn Comm 1 (232/485)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41748
Port Control Pointer TrmOut Comm 1 (232/485)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41749
Port Control Pointer RecIn Comm 5 (DIAG)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41750
Port Control Pointer RecOut Comm 5 (DIAG)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41751
Port Control Pointer TrmIn Comm 5 (DIAG)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41752
Port Control Pointer TrmOut Comm 5 (DIAG)
byte 511 / byte 0
1 byte
R/W
41753
41985-42496
Port and Buffer Selection
Communication Buffer
R/W
R/W
Energy Preset Block
44545-44548
Preset Energy Value
R/W
2- 134
Address
44549
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Preset Energy Selection / Status
Range
Units
Type R/W
R/W
Programmable Settings Block
Communication Settings Block
45057
Address, Port 4 (I/O)
R
45058
Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 4 (I/O)
R
45059
Parity & Stop Bits, Port 4 (I/O)
R
45060
Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 4(I/O)
R
45061
Address, Port 3
R
45062
Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 3
R
45063
Parity & Stop Bits, Port 3
R
45064
Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 3
R
45065
Address, Port 2
R
45066
Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 2
R
45067
Parity & Stop Bits, Port 2
R
45068
Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 2
R
45069
Address, Port 1 (232/485)
R
45070
Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 1 (232/485)
R
45071
Parity & Stop Bits, Port 1 (232/485)
R
45072
Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 1 (232/485)
R
45073
Port 4 (I/O) Mode / Port 3 Mode
R
45074
Port 2 Mode / Reserved
R
45075-45076
Reserved
Limit Settings Block
45077
Line Number, Limit 1
R
45078
Point Number and SAB, Limit 1
R
45079
Value 1, Limit 1
R
45080
Value 2, Limit 1
R
45081
Line Number, Limit 2
R
45082
Point Number and SAB, Limit 2
R
45083
Value 1, Limit 2
R
45084
Value 2, Limit 2
R
45085
Line Number, Limit 3
R
45086
Point Number and SAB, Limit 3
R
2- 135
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45087
Value 1, Limit 3
R
45088
Value 2, Limit 3
R
45089
Line Number, Limit 4
R
45090
Point Number and SAB, Limit 4
R
45091
Value 1, Limit 4
R
45092
Value 2, Limit 4
R
45093
Line Number, Limit 5
R
45094
Point Number and SAB, Limit 5
R
45095
Value 1, Limit 5
R
45096
Value 2, Limit 5
R
45097
Line Number, Limit 6
R
45098
Point Number and SAB, Limit 6
R
45099
Value 1, Limit 6
R
45100
Value 2, Limit 6
R
45101
Line Number, Limit 7
R
45102
Point Number and SAB, Limit 7
R
45103
Value 1, Limit 7
R
45104
Value 2, Limit 7
R
45105
Line Number, Limit 8
R
45106
Point Number and SAB, Limit 8
R
45107
Value 1, Limit 8
R
45108
Value 2, Limit 8
R
45109
Line Number, Limit 9
R
45110
Point Number and SAB, Limit 9
R
45111
Value 1, Limit 9
R
45112
Value 2, Limit 9
R
45113
Line Number, Limit 10
R
45114
Point Number and SAB, Limit 10
R
45115
Value 1, Limit 10
R
45116
Value 2, Limit 10
R
45117
Line Number, Limit 11
R
45118
Point Number and SAB, Limit 11
R
45119
Value 1, Limit 11
R
2- 136
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45120
Value 2, Limit 11
R
45121
Line Number, Limit 12
R
45122
Point Number and SAB, Limit 12
R
45123
Value 1, Limit 12
R
45124
Value 2, Limit 12
R
45125
Line Number, Limit 13
R
45126
Point Number and SAB, Limit 13
R
45127
Value 1, Limit 13
R
45128
Value 2, Limit 13
R
45129
Line Number, Limit 14
R
45130
Point Number and SAB, Limit 14
R
45131
Value 1, Limit 14
R
45132
Value 2, Limit 14
R
45133
Line Number, Limit 15
R
45134
Point Number and SAB, Limit 15
R
45135
Value 1, Limit 15
R
45136
Value 2, Limit 15
R
45137
Line Number, Limit 16
R
45138
Point Number and SAB, Limit 16
R
45139
Value 1, Limit 16
R
45140
Value 2, Limit 16
R
45141
Line Number, Limit 17
R
45142
Point Number and SAB, Limit 17
R
45143
Value 1, Limit 17
R
45144
Value 2, Limit 17
R
45145
Line Number, Limit 18
R
45146
Point Number and SAB, Limit 18
R
45147
Value 1, Limit 18
R
45148
Value 2, Limit 18
R
45149
Line Number, Limit 19
R
45150
Point Number and SAB, Limit 19
R
45151
Value 1, Limit 19
R
45152
Value 2, Limit 19
R
2- 137
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45153
Line Number, Limit 20
R
45154
Point Number and SAB, Limit 20
R
45155
Value 1, Limit 20
R
45156
Value 2, Limit 20
R
45157
Line Number, Limit 21
R
45158
Point Number and SAB, Limit 21
R
45159
Value 1, Limit 21
R
45160
Value 2, Limit 21
R
45161
Line Number, Limit 22
R
45162
Point Number and SAB, Limit 22
R
45163
Value 1, Limit 22
R
45164
Value 2, Limit 22
R
45165
Line Number, Limit 23
R
45166
Point Number and SAB, Limit 23
R
45167
Value 1, Limit 23
R
45168
Value 2, Limit 23
R
45169
Line Number, Limit 24
R
45170
Point Number and SAB, Limit 24
R
45171
Value 1, Limit 24
R
45172
Value 2, Limit 24
R
45173
Line Number, Limit 25
R
45174
Point Number and SAB, Limit 25
R
45175
Value 1, Limit 25
R
45176
Value 2, Limit 25
R
45177
Line Number, Limit 26
R
45178
Point Number and SAB, Limit 26
R
45179
Value 1, Limit 26
R
45180
Value 2, Limit 26
R
45181
Line Number, Limit 27
R
45182
Point Number and SAB, Limit 27
R
45183
Value 1, Limit 27
R
45184
Value 2, Limit 27
R
45185
Line Number, Limit 28
R
2- 138
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45186
Point Number and SAB, Limit 28
R
45187
Value 1, Limit 28
R
45188
Value 2, Limit 28
R
45189
Line Number, Limit 29
R
45190
Point Number and SAB, Limit 29
R
45191
Value 1, Limit 29
R
45192
Value 2, Limit 29
R
45193
Line Number, Limit 30
R
45194
Point Number and SAB, Limit 30
R
45195
Value 1, Limit 30
R
45196
Value 2, Limit 30
R
45197
Line Number, Limit 31
R
45198
Point Number and SAB, Limit 31
R
45199
Value 1, Limit 31
R
45200
Value 2, Limit 31
R
45201
Line Number, Limit 32
R
45202
Point Number and SAB, Limit 32
R
45203
Value 1, Limit 32
R
45204
Value 2, Limit 32
R
Historical Log Settings Block
45205
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 1
R
45206
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 1
R
45207
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 2
R
45208
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 2
R
45209
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 3
R
45210
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 3
R
45211
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 4
R
45212
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 4
R
45213
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 5
R
45214
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 5
R
45215
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 6
R
45216
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 6
R
45217
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 7
R
2- 139
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45218
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 7
R
45219
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 8
R
45220
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 8
R
45221
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 9
R
45222
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 9
R
45223
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 10
R
45224
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 10
R
45225
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 11
R
45226
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 11
R
45227
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 12
R
45228
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 12
R
45229
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 13
R
45230
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 13
R
45231
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 14
R
45232
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 14
R
45233
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 15
R
45234
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 15
R
45235
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 16
R
45236
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 16
R
45237
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 17
R
45238
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 17
R
45239
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 18
R
45240
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 18
R
45241
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 19
R
45242
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 19
R
45243
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 20
R
45244
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 20
R
45245
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 21
R
45246
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 21
R
45247
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 22
R
45248
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 22
R
45249
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 23
R
45250
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 23
R
2- 140
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45251
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 24
R
45252
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 24
R
45253
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 25
R
45254
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 25
R
45255
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 26
R
45256
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 26
R
45257
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 27
R
45258
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 27
R
45259
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 28
R
45260
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 28
R
45261
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 29
R
45262
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 29
R
45263
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 30
R
45264
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 30
R
45265
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 31
R
45266
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 31
R
45267
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 32
R
45268
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 32
R
45269
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 33
R
45270
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 33
R
45271
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 34
R
45272
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 34
R
45273
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 35
R
45274
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 35
R
45275
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 36
R
45276
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 36
R
45277
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 37
R
45278
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 37
R
45279
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 38
R
45280
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 38
R
45281
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 39
R
45282
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 39
R
45283
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 40
R
2- 141
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45284
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 40
R
45285
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 41
R
45286
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 41
R
45287
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 42
R
45288
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 42
R
45289
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 43
R
45290
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 43
R
45291
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 44
R
45292
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 44
R
45293
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 45
R
45294
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 45
R
45295
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 46
R
45296
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 46
R
45297
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 47
R
45298
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 47
R
45299
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 48
R
45300
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 48
R
45301
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 49
R
45302
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 49
R
45303
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 50
R
45304
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 50
R
45305
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 51
R
45306
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 51
R
45307
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 52
R
45308
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 52
R
45309
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 53
R
45310
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 53
R
45311
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 54
R
45312
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 54
R
45313
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 55
R
45314
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 55
R
45315
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 56
R
45316
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 56
R
2- 142
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45317
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 57
R
45318
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 57
R
45319
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 58
R
45320
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 58
R
45321
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 59
R
45322
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 59
R
45323
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 60
R
45324
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 60
R
45325
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 61
R
45326
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 61
R
45327
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 62
R
45328
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 62
R
45329
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 63
R
45330
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 63
R
45331
Line Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 64
R
45332
Point Number, Historical Log 1, Parameter 64
R
45333
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 1
R
45334
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 1
R
45335
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 2
R
45336
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 2
R
45337
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 3
R
45338
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 3
R
45339
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 4
R
45340
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 4
R
45341
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 5
R
45342
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 5
R
45343
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 6
R
45344
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 6
R
45345
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 7
R
45346
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 7
R
45347
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 8
R
45348
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 8
R
45349
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 9
R
2- 143
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45350
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 9
R
45351
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 10
R
45352
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 10
R
45353
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 11
R
45354
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 11
R
45355
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 12
R
45356
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 12
R
45357
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 13
R
45358
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 13
R
45359
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 14
R
45360
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 14
R
45361
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 15
R
45362
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 15
R
45363
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 16
R
45364
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 16
R
45365
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 17
R
45366
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 17
R
45367
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 18
R
45368
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 18
R
45369
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 19
R
45370
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 19
R
45371
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 20
R
45372
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 20
R
45373
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 21
R
45374
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 21
R
45375
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 22
R
45376
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 22
R
45377
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 23
R
45378
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 23
R
45379
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 24
R
45380
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 24
R
45381
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 25
R
45382
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 25
R
2- 144
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45383
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 26
R
45384
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 26
R
45385
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 27
R
45386
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 27
R
45387
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 28
R
45388
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 28
R
45389
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 29
R
45390
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 29
R
45391
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 30
R
45392
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 30
R
45393
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 31
R
45394
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 31
R
45395
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 32
R
45396
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 32
R
45397
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 33
R
45398
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 33
R
45399
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 34
R
45400
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 34
R
45401
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 35
R
45402
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 35
R
45403
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 36
R
45404
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 36
R
45405
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 37
R
45406
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 37
R
45407
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 38
R
45408
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 38
R
45409
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 39
R
45410
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 39
R
45411
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 40
R
45412
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 40
R
45413
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 41
R
45414
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 41
R
45415
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 42
R
2- 145
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45416
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 42
R
45417
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 43
R
45418
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 43
R
45419
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 44
R
45420
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 44
R
45421
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 45
R
45422
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 45
R
45423
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 46
R
45424
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 46
R
45425
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 47
R
45426
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 47
R
45427
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 48
R
45428
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 48
R
45429
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 49
R
45430
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 49
R
45431
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 50
R
45432
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 50
R
45433
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 51
R
45434
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 51
R
45435
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 52
R
45436
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 52
R
45437
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 53
R
45438
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 53
R
45439
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 54
R
45440
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 54
R
45441
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 55
R
45442
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 55
R
45443
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 56
R
45444
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 56
R
45445
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 57
R
45446
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 57
R
45447
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 58
R
45448
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 58
R
2- 146
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45449
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 59
R
45450
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 59
R
45451
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 60
R
45452
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 60
R
45453
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 61
R
45454
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 61
R
45455
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 62
R
45456
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 62
R
45457
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 63
R
45458
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 63
R
45459
Line Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 64
R
45460
Point Number, Historical Log 2, Parameter 64
R
45461
Snapshot Interval, Historical Log 1
3600/0
1 second
R
45462
Snapshot Interval, Historical Log 2
3600/0
1 second
R
45463
45464
Record Size, Historical Log 1
Record Size, Historical Log 2
R
R
Waveform/CBEMA Settings Block
45465
Phase A-N Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45466
Phase A-N Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45467
Phase B-N Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45468
Phase B-N Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45469
Phase C-N Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45470
Phase C-N Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45471
Auxiliary Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45472
Auxiliary Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45473
Phase A Current Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45474
Phase A Current Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45475
Phase B Current Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45476
Phase B Current Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45477
Phase C Current Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45478
Phase C Current Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45479
Measured Neutral Current Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45480
Measured Neutral Current Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
2- 147
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45481
Calculated Neutral Current Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45482
Calculated Neutral Current Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45483
Phase A-B Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45484
Phase A-B Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45485
Phase B-C Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45486
Phase B-C Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45487
Phase C-A Voltage Above Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45488
Phase C-A Voltage Below Setpoint
+327.67% / -327.68%
0.01%
R
45489-45490
Waveform Enables (Limit Above, Limit Below)
R
45491-45492
PQ Enables (Limit Above, Limit Below)
R
45493-45496
Reserved
45497
Sample Rate and Total Captures
R
45498
Mode and CBEMA Enable
R
45499
45500
High Speed Input Waveform and PQ Enables
256 Samp/Cyc Channel Selection and 512 Samp/cyc Channel Selection
R
R
High Speed Input Settings Block
45501-45508
Input 1 Name
R
45509-45516
Input 1 Open Label
R
45517-45524
Input 1 Close Label
R
45525-45526
Input 1 Value
R
45527
Input 1 Mode
R
45528
Reserved
45529-45536
Input 2 Name
R
45537-45544
Input 2 Open Label
R
45545-45552
Input 2 Close Label
R
45553-45554
Input 2 Value
R
45555
Input 2 Mode
R
45556
Reserved
45557-45564
Input 3 Name
R
45565-45572
Input 3 Open Label
R
45573-45580
Input 3 Close Label
R
45581-45582
Input 3 Value
R
45583
Input 3 Mode
R
2- 148
Address
45584
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Reserved
45585-45592
Input 4 Name
R
45593-45600
Input 4 Open Label
R
45601-45608
Input 4 Close Label
R
45609-45610
Input 4 Value
R
45611
Input 4 Mode
R
45612
Reserved
45613-45620
Input 5 Name
R
45621-45628
Input 5 Open Label
R
45629-45636
Input 5 Close Label
R
45637-45638
Input 5 Value
R
45639
Input 5 Mode
R
45640
Reserved
45641-45648
Input 6 Name
R
45649-45656
Input 6 Open Label
R
45657-45664
Input 6 Close Label
R
45665-45666
Input 6 Value
R
45667
Input 6 Mode
R
45668
Reserved
45669-45676
Input 7 Name
R
45677-45684
Input 7 Open Label
R
45685-45692
Input 7 Close Label
R
45693-45694
Input 7 Value
R
45695
Input 7 Mode
R
45696
Reserved
45697-45704
Input 8 Name
R
45705-45712
Input 8 Open Label
R
45713-45720
Input 8 Close Label
R
45721-45722
Input 8 Value
R
45723
45724
Input 8 Mode
Reserved
R
R
External Digital Input Module Settings Block
45725
External Digital Input Module 1 Address
R
2- 149
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45726
External Digital Input Module 2 Address
R
45727
45728
External Digital Input Module 3 Address
External Digital Input Module 4 Address
R
R
45729
Address, External Digital Output Module 1
External Digital Output Module Settings Block
45730-45732
R
Reserved
45733
Line Number, Relay 1, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45734
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45735
Line Number, Relay 2, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45736
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45737
Line Number, Relay 3, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45738
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45739
Line Number, Relay 4, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45740
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45741
Line Number, Relay 5, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45742
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45743
Line Number, Relay 6, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45744
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45745
Line Number, Relay 7, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45746
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45747
Line Number, Relay 8, External Digital Output Module 1
R
45748
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45749
Address, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45750-45752
Reserved
45753
Line Number, Relay 1, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45754
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45755
Line Number, Relay 2, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45756
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45757
Line Number, Relay 3, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45758
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45759
Line Number, Relay 4, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45760
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45761
Line Number, Relay 5, External Digital Output Module 2
R
2- 150
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45762
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45763
Line Number, Relay 6, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45764
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45765
Line Number, Relay 7, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45766
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45767
Line Number, Relay 8, External Digital Output Module 2
R
45768
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45769
Address, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45770-45772
Reserved
45773
Line Number, Relay 1, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45774
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45775
Line Number, Relay 2, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45776
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45777
Line Number, Relay 3, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45778
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45779
Line Number, Relay 4, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45780
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45781
Line Number, Relay 5, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45782
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45783
Line Number, Relay 6, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45784
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45785
Line Number, Relay 7, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45786
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45787
Line Number, Relay 8, External Digital Output Module 3
R
45788
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45789
Address, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45790-45792
Reserved
45793
Line Number, Relay 1, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45794
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45795
Line Number, Relay 2, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45796
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45797
Line Number, Relay 3, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45798
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
2- 151
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45799
Line Number, Relay 4, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45800
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45801
Line Number, Relay 5, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45802
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45803
Line Number, Relay 6, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45804
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45805
Line Number, Relay 7, External Digital Output Module 4
R
45806
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45807
45808
Line Number, Relay 8, External Digital Output Module 4
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
R
External Analog Input Module Settings Block
45809
Address, External Analog Input Module 1
R
45810
Address, External Analog Input Module 2
R
45811
45812
Address, External Analog Input Module 3
Address, External Analog Input Module 4
R
R
45813
Address, External Analog Output Module 1
External Analog Output Module Settings Block
45814-45816
R
Reserved
45817
Line Number, Relay 1, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45818
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45819
Line Number, Relay 2, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45820
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45821
Line Number, Relay 3, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45822
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45823
Line Number, Relay 4, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45824
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45825
Line Number, Relay 5, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45826
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45827
Line Number, Relay 6, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45828
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45829
Line Number, Relay 7, External Analog Output Module 1
R
45830
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45831
Line Number, Relay 8, External Analog Output Module 1
R
2- 152
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45832
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 1
R
45833
Address, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45834-45836
Reserved
45837
Line Number, Relay 1, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45870
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45839
Line Number, Relay 2, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45840
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45841
Line Number, Relay 3, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45842
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45843
Line Number, Relay 4, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45844
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45845
Line Number, Relay 5, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45846
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45847
Line Number, Relay 6, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45848
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45849
Line Number, Relay 7, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45850
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45851
Line Number, Relay 8, External Analog Output Module 2
R
45852
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 2
R
45853
Address, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45854-45856
Reserved
45857
Line Number, Relay 1, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45858
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45859
Line Number, Relay 2, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45860
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45861
Line Number, Relay 3, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45862
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45863
Line Number, Relay 4, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45864
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45865
Line Number, Relay 5, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45866
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45867
Line Number, Relay 6, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45868
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
2- 153
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45869
Line Number, Relay 7, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45870
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45871
Line Number, Relay 8, External Analog Output Module 3
R
45872
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 3
R
45873
Address, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45874-45876
Reserved
45877
Line Number, Relay 1, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45878
Point Number, Relay 1, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45879
Line Number, Relay 2, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45880
Point Number, Relay 2, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45881
Line Number, Relay 3, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45882
Point Number, Relay 3, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45883
Line Number, Relay 4, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45884
Point Number, Relay 4, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45885
Line Number, Relay 5, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45886
Point Number, Relay 5, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45887
Line Number, Relay 6, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45888
Point Number, Relay 6, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45889
Line Number, Relay 7, External Analog Output Module 4
R
45890
Point Number, Relay 7, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
45891
45892
Line Number, Relay 8, External Analog Output Module 4
Point Number, Relay 8, External Digtial Output Module 4
R
R
External KYZ Output Module Settings Block
45893
Address, External KYZ Output Module 1
R
45894
Energy Assignement, Relay 1-2, External KYZ Output Module 1
R
45895
Energy Assignement, Relay 3-4, External KYZ Output Module 1
R
45896
Reserved
45897
Address, External KYZ Output Module 2
R
45898
Energy Assignement, Relay 1-2, External KYZ Output Module 2
R
45899
Energy Assignement, Relay 3-4, External KYZ Output Module 2
R
45900
Reserved
45901
Address, External KYZ Output Module 3
R
45902
Energy Assignement, Relay 1-2, External KYZ Output Module 3
R
2- 154
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45903
Energy Assignement, Relay 3-4, External KYZ Output Module 3
45904
Reserved
R
45905
Address, External KYZ Output Module 4
R
45906
Energy Assignement, Relay 1-2, External KYZ Output Module 4
R
45907
45908
Energy Assignement, Relay 3-4, External KYZ Output Module 4
Reserved
R
CT & PT Ratio Settings Block
45909-45910
Phase Current CT Ratio Numerator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 A pri
R
45911-45912
Phase Current CT Ratio Denominator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 A sec
R
45913-45914
Measured Neutral Current CT Ratio Numerator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 A pri
R
45915-45916
Measured Neutral Current CT Ratio Denominator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 A sec
R
45917-45918
Phase Voltage PT Ratio Numerator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 V pri
R
45919-45920
Phase Voltage PT Ratio Denominator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 V sec
R
45921-45922
45923-45924
Auxiliary Voltage PT Ratio Numerator
Auxiliary Voltage PT Ration Denominator
+999,999.99 / +0.01
+999,999.99 / +0.01
1/100 V pri
1/100 V sec
R
R
Hookup and Time Settings Block
45925
Hookup
R
45926
Frequency & Time Zone Hour Selection
R
45927
Time Zone Half Hour & Daylight Savings Time Enable
R
45928
Transformer Loss Compensation (TLC) & Internal KYZ Form
R
45929-45932
Daylight Savings Time Start
R
45933-45936
Daylight Savings Time End
R
45937-45938
% Loss of Watts due to Iron (TLC)
R
45939-45940
% Loss of Watts due to Copper (TLC)
R
45941-45942
% Loss of VAR due to Iron (TLC)
R
45943-45944
45945-45948
% Loss of VAR due to Copper (TLC)
Reserved
R
Average Settings Block
45949
Thermal and Block Averaging Time Interval
65535 / 0
1 second
R
45950
Rolling Averaging Sub-Interval
65535 / 0
1 second
R
45951
45952
Predictive Rolling Window Average
Rolling Sub-Intervals / Time of Use Log Enable
100.00 / 0
1~255/not used
0.01 %
R
R
Exception Profile Block
2- 155
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
45953-45960
Limits
R
45961-45962
External Inputs
R
45963
Reserved
45964
Digital Inputs
R
45965-45966
45967-45968
Device Internal Change
External Digital Input Mode
R
R
45969-45976
Meter Designation
R
45977-45984
45985-45992
Auxiliary Voltage Label (1250 only)
Measured Neutral Current Label
R
R
Device Label Settings Block
Network Settings Block
45993-45994
IP Address
R
45995-45996
Subnet Mask
R
45997-45998
Default Gateway
R
45999
Port 2 Baud Rate / Gateway Delay
R
46000
Mode/ Mode 2
R
46001-46008
Computer Name
R
46009-46010
DNS Server 1 IP Address
R
46011-46012
DNS Server 2 IP Address
46013-46014
Server / Service Enable Bits
46015
46016
Email Port Number
FTP Port Number
46017
Block Window Average External Synchronization Block
BWA Synch Enable / BWA Synch Mask
46018
Display Configuration
46019
Received Energy Direction/Power Factor labeling
46020
Test Mode Exit Delay Time
R
Display Configuration Block
R
Energy Direction Block
R
Test Mode Configuration Block
Full Scale Block
46021-46022
Full Scale Phase Current
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
46023-46024
Full Scale Measured Neutral Current
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
2- 156
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46025-46026
Full Scale Phase-to-Neutral Voltage
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
46027-46028
Full Scale Auxiliary Voltage
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
46029-46030
Full Scale Phase-To-Phase Voltage
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
46031-46032
Full Scale Phase Power
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
46033-46034
Full Scale Total Power
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
46035-46036
46037-46052
Full Scale Frequency
Reserved
65535 / 0
1 / 65536
R
External Module Software Interface Block
46053
External Module 1 & 2 Type
R
46054
External Module 3 & 4 Type
R
46055
External Module 5 & 6 Type
R
46056
External Module 7 & 8 Type
R
46057
External Module 9 & 10 Type
R
46058
External Module 11 & 12 Type
R
46059
External Module 13 & 14 Type
R
46060
External Module 15 & 16 Type
R
46061
External Module 1 & 2 Slot
R
46062
External Module 3 & 4 Slot
R
46063
External Module 5 & 6 Slot
R
46064
External Module 7 & 8 Slot
R
46065
External Module 9 & 10 Slot
R
46066
External Module 11 & 12 Slot
R
46067
External Module 13 & 14 Slot
R
46068
External Module 15 & 16 Slot
R
46069-46076
External Module 1 Label
R
46077-46084
External Module 2 Label
R
46085-46092
External Module 3 Label
R
46093-46100
External Module 4 Label
R
46101-46108
External Module 5 Label
R
46109-46116
External Module 6 Label
R
46117-46124
External Module 7 Label
R
46125-46132
External Module 8 Label
R
46133-46140
External Module 9 Label
R
2- 157
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46141-46148
External Module 10 Label
R
46149-46156
External Module 11 Label
R
46157-46164
External Module 12 Label
R
46165-46172
External Module 13 Label
R
46173-46180
External Module 14 Label
R
46181-46188
46189-46196
External Module 15 Label
External Module 16 Label
R
R
External Module Port Assignment Block
46197
Digital Input Module 1 & 2 Port Assignment
R
46198
Digital Input Module 3 & 4 Port Assignment
R
46199
Digital Output Module 1 & 2 Port Assignment
R
46200
Digital Output Module 3 & 4 Port Assignment
R
46201
Analog Input Module 1 & 2 Port Assignment
R
46202
Analog Input Module 3 & 4 Port Assignment
R
46203
Analog Output Module 1 & 2 Port Assignment
R
46204
Analog Output Module 3 & 4 Port Assignment
R
46205
46206
KYZ Output Module 1 & 2 Port Assignment
KYZ Output Module 3 & 4 Port Assignment
R
R
46207
46208
Manual Control Relay Settings
Flicker Log/ Reserved
Manual Control Relay Block
R
R
Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor Block
46209-46210
Internal Input 1 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46211-46212
Internal Input 2 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46213-46214
Internal Input 3 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46215-46216
Internal Input 4 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46217-46218
Internal Input 5 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46219-46220
Internal Input 6 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46221-46222
Internal Input 7 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46223-46224
Internal Input 8 Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor
4294967295 / 0
R
46225
Internal Input 1 & 2 Pulse Accumulation Aggregator Assignment
R
46226
Internal Input 3 & 4 Pulse Accumulation Aggregator Assignment
R
46227
Internal Input 5 & 6 Pulse Accumulation Aggregator Assignment
R
2- 158
Address
46228
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Internal Input 7 & 8 Pulse Accumulation Aggregator Assignment
R
46229-46236
Internal Input 1 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46237-46244
Internal Input 2 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46245-46252
Internal Input 3 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46253-46260
Internal Input 4 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46261-46268
Internal Input 5 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46269-46276
Internal Input 6 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46277-46284
Internal Input 7 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46285-46292
Internal Input 8 Pulse Accumulation Label
R
46293-46300
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 1 Label
R
46301-46308
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 2 Label
R
46309-46316
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 3 Label
R
46317-46324
46325
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 4 Label
EPM Watthour Selection / Aggregation Assignment
R
R
2
2
I t and V t Threshold Block
46326-46327
46328-46329
2
I t Threshold
V2t Threshold
R
R
Internal KYZ Settings Block
46330
Internal KYZ Pulse Width (Relay 1/ Relay 2)
R
46331
Internal KYZ Pulse Width (Relay 3/ Relay 4)
R
46332
Internal KYZ Pulse Width (LED)/ Internal KYZ Channel Select (Relay 1)
R
46333
Internal KYZ Channel Select (Rleay 2/ Relay 3)
R
46334
Internal KYZ Channel Select (Rleay 4/ LED)
R
46335-46336
Internal KYZ Watthour Per Pulse (Relay 1)
R
46337-46338
Internal KYZ Watthour Per Pulse (Relay 2)
R
46339-46340
Internal KYZ Watthour Per Pulse (Relay 3)
R
46341-46342
Internal KYZ Watthour Per Pulse (Relay 4)
R
46343-46344
Internal KYZ Watthour Per Pulse (LED)
R
46345
Internal KYZ enable/ End of Interval Pulse enable
R
46346
End of Interval Pulse (Relay, Width)
R
46347
Cold Load Delay / Cumulative Demand Settings
R
46348
Short Term Flicker Interval / Long Term Flicker Interval
R
46349
Flicker Voltage Adaptor Level
R
2- 159
Address
46350
46351-46372
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Flicker Base Frequency
Reserved
R
R
Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Unit Label Block
46373-46376
Internal Input 1 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46377-46380
Internal Input 2 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46381-46384
Internal Input 3 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46385-46388
Internal Input 4 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46389-46392
Internal Input 5 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46393-46396
Internal Input 6 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46397-46400
Internal Input 7 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46401-46404
Internal Input 8 Pulse Accumulation Unit Label
R
46405-46408
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 1 Unit Label
R
46409-46412
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 2 Unit Label
R
46413-46416
46417-46420
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 3 Unit Label
Internal Input Pulse Aggregation 4 Unit Label
R
R
46421-46422
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46423-46424
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46425-46426
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46427-46428
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46429-46430
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46431-46432
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46433-46434
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46435-46436
ElectroLogic Block
Relay 1 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46437
Relay 1 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46438
Relay 1 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46439
Relay 1 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46440
Relay 1 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46441
Relay 1 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46442-46444
Reserved
R
46445-46446
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46447-46448
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46449-46450
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
2- 160
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46451-46452
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46453-46454
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46455-46456
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46457-46458
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46459-46460
Relay 2 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46461
Relay 2 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46462
Relay 2 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46463
Relay 2 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46464
Relay 2 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46465
Relay 2 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46466-46468
Reserved
R
46469-46470
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46471-46472
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46473-46474
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46475-46476
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46477-46478
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46479-46480
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46481-46482
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46483-46484
Relay 3 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46485
Relay 3 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46486
Relay 3 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46487
Relay 3 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46488
Relay 3 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46489
Relay 3 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46490-46492
Reserved
R
46493-46494
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46495-46496
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46497-46498
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46499-46500
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46501-46502
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46503-46504
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46505-46506
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46507-46508
Relay 4 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
2- 161
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46509
Relay 4 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46510
Relay 4 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46511
Relay 4 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46512
Relay 4 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46513
Relay 4 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46514-46516
Reserved
R
46517-46518
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46519-46520
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46521-46522
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46523-46524
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46525-46526
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46527-46528
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46529-46530
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46531-46532
Relay 5 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46533
Relay 5 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46534
Relay 5 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46535
Relay 5 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46536
Relay 5 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
Relay 5 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46538-46540
46537
Reserved
R
46541-46542
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46543-46544
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46545-46546
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46547-46548
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46549-46550
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46551-46552
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46553-46554
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46555-46556
Relay 6 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46557
Relay 6 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46558
Relay 6 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46559
Relay 6 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46560
Relay 6 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46561
Relay 6 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
2- 162
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46562-46564
Reserved
R
46565-46566
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46567-46568
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46569-46570
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46571-46572
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46573-46574
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46575-46576
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46577-46578
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46579-46580
Relay 7 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46581
Relay 7 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46582
Relay 7 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46583
Relay 7 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46584
Relay 7 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46585
Relay 7 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46586-46588
Reserved
R
46589-46590
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46591-46592
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46593-46594
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46595-46596
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46597-46598
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46599-46600
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46601-46602
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46603-46604
Relay 8 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46605
Relay 8 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46606
Relay 8 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46607
Relay 8 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46608
Relay 8 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46609
Relay 8 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46610-46612
Reserved
R
46613-46614
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46615-46616
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46617-46618
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46619-46620
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
2- 163
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46621-46622
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46623-46624
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46625-46626
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46627-46628
Relay 9 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46629
Relay 9 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46630
Relay 9 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46631
Relay 9 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46632
Relay 9 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46633
Relay 9 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46634-46636
Reserved
R
46637-46638
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46639-46640
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46641-46642
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46643-46644
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46645-46646
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46647-46648
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46649-46650
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46651-46652
Relay 10 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46653
Relay 10 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46654
Relay 10 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46655
Relay 10 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46656
Relay 10 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46657
Relay 10 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46658-46660
Reserved
R
46661-46662
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46663-46664
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46665-46666
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46667-46668
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46669-46670
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46671-46672
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46673-46674
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46675-46676
Relay 11 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
Relay 11 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46677
2- 164
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46678
Relay 11 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46679
Relay 11 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46680
Relay 11 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
Relay 11 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46682-46684
46681
Reserved
R
46685-46686
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46687-46688
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46689-46690
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46691-46692
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46693-46694
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46695-46696
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46697-46698
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46699-46700
Relay 12 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46701
Relay 12 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46702
Relay 12 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46703
Relay 12 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46704
Relay 12 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46705
Relay 12 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46706-46708
Reserved
R
46709-46710
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46711-46712
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46713-46714
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46715-46716
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46717-46718
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46719-46720
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46721-46722
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46723-46724
Relay 13 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46725
Relay 13 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46726
Relay 13 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46727
Relay 13 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46728
Relay 13 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46729
Relay 13 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
Reserved
R
46730-46732
2- 165
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46733-46734
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46735-46736
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46737-46738
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46739-46740
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46741-46742
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46743-46744
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46745-46746
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46747-46748
Relay 14 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46749
Relay 14 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46750
Relay 14 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46751
Relay 14 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46752
Relay 14 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46753
Relay 14 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46754-46756
Reserved
R
46757-46758
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46759-46760
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46761-46762
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46763-46764
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46765-46766
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
46767-46768
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46769-46770
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46771-46772
Relay 15 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46773
Relay 15 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46774
Relay 15 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46775
Relay 15 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46776
Relay 15 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46777
Relay 15 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
R
46778-46780
Reserved
R
46781-46782
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 1, Point 1
R
46783-46784
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 2, Point 2
R
46785-46786
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 3, Point 3
R
46787-46788
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 4, Point 4
R
46789-46790
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 5, Point 5
R
2- 166
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46791-46792
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 6, Point 6
R
46793-46794
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 7, Point 7
R
46795-46796
Relay 16 Combination Tree Input Line 8, Point 8
R
46797
Relay 16 Combination Logic (Combination A/ Combination B)
R
46798
Relay 16 Combination Logic (Combination C/ Combination D)
R
46799
Relay 16 Combination Logic (Combination E/ Combination F)
R
46800
Relay 16 Combination Logic (Combination G/ Reserved)
R
46801
46802-46804
Relay 16 Set Delay/ Reset Delay
Reserved
R
R
46805-46812
Limit 1 Label
R
46813-46820
Limit 2 Label
R
46821-46828
Limit 3 Label
R
46829-46836
Limit 4 Label
R
46837-46844
Limit 5 Label
R
46845-46852
Limit 6 Label
R
46853-46860
Limit 7 Label
R
46861-46868
Limit 8 Label
R
46869-46876
Limit 9 Label
R
46877-46884
Limit 10 Label
R
46885-46892
Limit 11 Label
R
46893-46900
Limit 12 Label
R
46901-46908
Limit 13 Label
R
46909-46916
Limit 14 Label
R
46917-46924
Limit 15 Label
R
46925-46932
Limit 16 Label
R
46933-46940
Limit 17 Label
R
46941-46948
Limit 18 Label
R
46949-46956
Limit 19 Label
R
46957-46964
Limit 20 Label
R
46965-46972
Limit 21 Label
R
46973-46980
Limit 22 Label
R
46981-46988
Limit 23 Label
R
Limit Profile Label Block
2- 167
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
46989-46996
Limit 24 Label
R
46997-47004
Limit 25 Label
R
47005-47012
Limit 26 Label
R
47213-47020
Limit 27 Label
R
47021-47028
Limit 28 Label
R
47029-47036
Limit 29 Label
R
47037-47044
Limit 30 Label
R
47045-47052
47053-47060
Limit 31 Label
Limit 32 Label
R
R
External Analog Output Module Channel Update Block
47061
47062
Module 1/ Module 2
Module 3/ Module 4
R
R
DNP Block
Miscellaneous DNP Settings Block
47063
Scale for Analog Output of Average Pulse Accumulation/Compressed DNP
47064
Energy in the Interval / DNP Time Synchronization Enable
47065
DNP Time Synchronization Time Interval
R
47066
Bit 13(Choice of Class 0 poll between Object 20 and Object 21), Bitmap
R
47067-47070
DNP Freeze Date & Time
47071
47072-47104
DNP Freeze Interval
Reserved
47105
Point 0, Line Number
47106
Point 0, Point Number/ reserved
47107
Point 0, Deadband
R
Custom DNP Definition Block for Analog Input (Object 30)
47108
47109-47360
R
Point 0, Class assignments/ reserved
Point 1 - Point 63
Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Counter (Object 20)
47361
Point 0, Line Number
47362
Point 0, Point Number/ Scaling
47363-47364
47365
47366-47368
R
Point 0, Delta values for Event to occur
Point 0, Class assignments/ reserved
Point 0, reserved
2- 168
Address
47369-47424
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Point 1 - Point 8
Range
Units
Type R/W
Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Input (Object 1)
47425
Point 0-7, Line Number
R
47426
Point 0-7, Point Number/ Class assignments
R
47427-47428
47429-47456
Point 0-7, reserved
Point 8-15 - Point 57-64
Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Output (Object 10)
47457
47458
Enable/Disable Relays (1 - 16)
Enable/Disable Resets (17 - 24) / reserved
R
47459
Choice of Variaion 0 for Object 1 & Object 2
47460
Choice of Variaion 0 for Object 20 & Object 21
47461
Choice of Variaion 0 for Object 22 & Object 23
47462
Choice of Variaion 0 for Object 30 & Object 31
47463
47464-48640
Choice of Variaion 0 for Object 32 & Object 33
Reserved
Custom DNP Definition Block for Global Values
Analog Input Scaling Factors Block
48641-48642
Module 1 Channel 1 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48643-48644
Module 1 Channel 2 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48645-48646
Module 1 Channel 3 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48647-48648
Module 1 Channel 4 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48649-48650
Module 1 Channel 5 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48651-48652
Module 1 Channel 6 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48653-48654
Module 1 Channel 7 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48655-48656
Module 1 Channel 8 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48657-48658
Module 1 Channel 1 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48659-48660
Module 1 Channel 2 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48661-48662
Module 1 Channel 3 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48663-48664
Module 1 Channel 4 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48665-48666
Module 1 Channel 5 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48667-48668
Module 1 Channel 6 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48669-48670
Module 1 Channel 7 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48671-48672
Module 1 Channel 8 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
2- 169
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
48673-48674
Module 2 Channel 1 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48675-48676
Module 2 Channel 2 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48677-48678
Module 2 Channel 3 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48679-48680
Module 2 Channel 4 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48681-48682
Module 2 Channel 5 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48683-48684
Module 2 Channel 6 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48685-48686
Module 2 Channel 7 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48687-48688
Module 2 Channel 8 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48689-48690
Module 2 Channel 1 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48691-48692
Module 2 Channel 2 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48693-48694
Module 2 Channel 3 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48695-48696
Module 2 Channel 4 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48697-48698
Module 2 Channel 5 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48699-48700
Module 2 Channel 6 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48701-48702
Module 2 Channel 7 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48703-48704
Module 2 Channel 8 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48705-48706
Module 3 Channel 1 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48707-48708
Module 3 Channel 2 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48709-48710
Module 3 Channel 3 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48711-48712
Module 3 Channel 4 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48713-48714
Module 3 Channel 5 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48715-48716
Module 3 Channel 6 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48717-48718
Module 3 Channel 7 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48719-48720
Module 3 Channel 8 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48721-48722
Module 3 Channel 1 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48723-48724
Module 3 Channel 2 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48725-48726
Module 3 Channel 3 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48727-48728
Module 3 Channel 4 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48729-48730
Module 3 Channel 5 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48731-48732
Module 3 Channel 6 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48733-48734
Module 3 Channel 7 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48735-48736
Module 3 Channel 8 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48737-48738
Module 4 Channel 1 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
2- 170
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
48739-48740
Module 4 Channel 2 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48741-48742
Module 4 Channel 3 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48743-48744
Module 4 Channel 4 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48745-48746
Module 4 Channel 5 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48747-48748
Module 4 Channel 6 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48749-48750
Module 4 Channel 7 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48751-48752
Module 4 Channel 8 High
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48753-48754
Module 4 Channel 1 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48755-48756
Module 4 Channel 2 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48757-48758
Module 4 Channel 3 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48759-48760
Module 4 Channel 4 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48761-48762
Module 4 Channel 5 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48763-48764
Module 4 Channel 6 Low
32767 / -32768
1/65536
R
48765-48766
48767-48768
Module 4 Channel 7 Low
Module 4 Channel 8 Low
32767 / -32768
32767 / -32768
1/65536
1/65536
R
R
48769-48776
Module 1 Channel Label 1
R
48777-48784
Module 1 Channel Label 2
R
48785-48792
Module 1 Channel Label 3
R
48793-48800
Module 1 Channel Label 4
R
48801-48808
Module 1 Channel Label 5
R
48809-48816
Module 1 Channel Label 6
R
48817-48824
Module 1 Channel Label 7
R
48825-48832
Module 1 Channel Label 8
R
48833-48840
Module 2 Channel Label 1
R
48841-48848
Module 2 Channel Label 2
R
48849-48856
Module 2 Channel Label 3
R
48857-48864
Module 2 Channel Label 4
R
48865-48872
Module 2 Channel Label 5
R
48873-48880
Module 2 Channel Label 6
R
48881-48888
Module 2 Channel Label 7
R
48889-48896
Module 2 Channel Label 8
R
48897-48904
Module 3 Channel Label 1
R
Analog Input Labels Block
2- 171
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
48905-48912
Module 3 Channel Label 2
R
48913-48920
Module 3 Channel Label 3
R
48921-48928
Module 3 Channel Label 4
R
48929-48936
Module 3 Channel Label 5
R
48937-48944
Module 3 Channel Label 6
R
48945-48952
Module 3 Channel Label 7
R
48953-48960
Module 3 Channel Label 8
R
48961-48968
Module 4 Channel Label 1
R
48969-48976
Module 4 Channel Label 2
R
48977-48984
Module 4 Channel Label 3
R
48985-48992
Module 4 Channel Label 4
R
48993-49000
Module 4 Channel Label 5
R
49001-49008
Module 4 Channel Label 6
R
49009-49016
49017-49024
Module 4 Channel Label 7
Module 4 Channel Label 8
R
R
49025-49032
Module 1 Channel Label 1
R
49033-49040
Module 1 Channel Label 2
R
49041-49048
Module 1 Channel Label 3
R
49049-49056
Module 1 Channel Label 4
R
49057-49064
Module 1 Channel Label 5
R
49065-49072
Module 1 Channel Label 6
R
49073-49080
Module 1 Channel Label 7
R
49081-49088
Module 1 Channel Label 8
R
49089-49096
Module 2 Channel Label 1
R
49097-49104
Module 2 Channel Label 2
R
49105-49112
Module 2 Channel Label 3
R
49113-49120
Module 2 Channel Label 4
R
49121-49128
Module 2 Channel Label 5
R
49129-49136
Module 2 Channel Label 6
R
49137-49144
Module 2 Channel Label 7
R
49145-49152
Module 2 Channel Label 8
R
49153-49160
Module 3 Channel Label 1
R
External Digital Input Module Labels Block
2- 172
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
49161-49168
Module 3 Channel Label 2
R
49169-49176
Module 3 Channel Label 3
R
49177-49184
Module 3 Channel Label 4
R
49185-49192
Module 3 Channel Label 5
R
49193-49200
Module 3 Channel Label 6
R
49201-49208
Module 3 Channel Label 7
R
49209-49216
Module 3 Channel Label 8
R
49217-49224
Module 4 Channel Label 1
R
49225-49232
Module 4 Channel Label 2
R
49233-49240
Module 4 Channel Label 3
R
49241-49248
Module 4 Channel Label 4
R
49249-49256
Module 4 Channel Label 5
R
49257-49264
Module 4 Channel Label 6
R
49265-49272
Module 4 Channel Label 7
R
49273-49280
Module 4 Channel Label 8
R
49281-49288
Module 1 Open Label 1
R
49289-49296
Module 1 Open Label 2
R
49297-49304
Module 1 Open Label 3
R
49305-49312
Module 1 Open Label 4
R
49313-49320
Module 1 Open Label 5
R
49321-49328
Module 1 Open Label 6
R
49329-49336
Module 1 Open Label 7
R
49337-49344
Module 1 Open Label 8
R
49345-49352
Module 2 Open Label 1
R
49353-49360
Module 2 Open Label 2
R
49361-49368
Module 2 Open Label 3
R
49369-49376
Module 2 Open Label 4
R
49377-49384
Module 2 Open Label 5
R
49385-49392
Module 2 Open Label 6
R
49393-49400
Module 2 Open Label 7
R
49401-49408
Module 2 Open Label 8
R
49409-49416
Module 3 Open Label 1
R
49417-49424
Module 3 Open Label 2
R
2- 173
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
49425-49432
Module 3 Open Label 3
R
49433-49440
Module 3 Open Label 4
R
49441-49448
Module 3 Open Label 5
R
49449-49456
Module 3 Open Label 6
R
49457-49464
Module 3 Open Label 7
R
49465-49472
Module 3 Open Label 8
R
49473-49480
Module 4 Open Label 1
R
49481-49488
Module 4 Open Label 2
R
49489-49496
Module 4 Open Label 3
R
49497-49504
Module 4 Open Label 4
R
49505-49512
Module 4 Open Label 5
R
49513-49520
Module 4 Open Label 6
R
49521-49528
Module 4 Open Label 7
R
49529-49536
Module 4 Open Label 8
R
49537-49544
Module 1 Closed Label 1
R
49545-49552
Module 1 Closed Label 2
R
49553-49560
Module 1 Closed Label 3
R
49561-49568
Module 1 Closed Label 4
R
49569-49576
Module 1 Closed Label 5
R
49577-49584
Module 1 Closed Label 6
R
49585-49592
Module 1 Closed Label 7
R
49593-49600
Module 1 Closed Label 8
R
49601-49608
Module 2 Closed Label 1
R
49609-49616
Module 2 Closed Label 2
R
49617-49624
Module 2 Closed Label 3
R
49625-49632
Module 2 Closed Label 4
R
49633-49640
Module 2 Closed Label 5
R
49641-49648
Module 2 Closed Label 6
R
49649-49656
Module 2 Closed Label 7
R
49657-49664
Module 2 Closed Label 8
R
49665-49672
Module 3 Closed Label 1
R
49673-49680
Module 3 Closed Label 2
R
49681-49688
Module 3 Closed Label 3
R
2- 174
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
49689-49696
Module 3 Closed Label 4
R
49697-49704
Module 3 Closed Label 5
R
49705-49712
Module 3 Closed Label 6
R
49713-49720
Module 3 Closed Label 7
R
49721-49728
Module 3 Closed Label 8
R
49729-49736
Module 4 Closed Label 1
R
49737-49744
Module 4 Closed Label 2
R
49745-49752
Module 4 Closed Label 3
R
49753-49760
Module 4 Closed Label 4
R
49761-49768
Module 4 Closed Label 5
R
49769-49776
Module 4 Closed Label 6
R
49777-49784
49785-49792
Module 4 Closed Label 7
Module 4 Closed Label 8
R
R
External Digital Output Module Labels Block
49793-49800
Module 1 Relay Label 1
R
49801-49808
Module 1 Relay Label 2
R
49809-49816
Module 1 Relay Label 3
R
49817-49824
Module 1 Relay Label 4
R
49825-49832
Module 2 Relay Label 1
R
49833-49840
Module 2 Relay Label 2
R
49841-49848
Module 2 Relay Label 3
R
49849-49856
Module 2 Relay Label 4
R
49857-49864
Module 3 Relay Label 1
R
49865-49872
Module 3 Relay Label 2
R
49873-49880
Module 3 Relay Label 3
R
49881-49888
Module 3 Relay Label 4
R
49889-49896
Module 4 Relay Label 1
R
49897-49904
Module 4 Relay Label 2
R
49905-49912
Module 4 Relay Label 3
R
49913-49920
Module 4 Relay Label 4
R
49921-49928
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 1
R
49929-49936
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 2
R
49937-49944
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 3
R
2- 175
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
49945-49952
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 4
R
49953-49960
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 1
R
49961-49968
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 2
R
49969-49976
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 3
R
49977-49984
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 4
R
49985-49992
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 1
R
49993-50000
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 2
R
50001-50008
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 3
R
50009-50016
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 4
R
50017-50024
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 1
R
50025-50032
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 2
R
50033-50040
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 3
R
50041-50048
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Closed Label 4
R
50049-50056
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 1
R
50057-50064
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 2
R
50065-50072
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 3
R
50073-50080
Module 1 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 4
R
50081-50088
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 1
R
50089-50096
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 2
R
50097-50104
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 3
R
50105-50112
Module 2 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 4
R
50113-50120
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 1
R
50121-50128
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 2
R
50129-50136
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 3
R
50137-50144
Module 3 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 4
R
50145-50152
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 1
R
50153-50160
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 2
R
50161-50168
50169-50176
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 3
Module 4 Relay Common Shorted to Normally Opened Label 4
R
R
Internal Modem Card Settings Block
50177
Ring Number/ Baud Rate
50178
Port Config/ reserved
50179-50180
Reserved
2- 176
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
50181
Call Delay Timer Limit
50182
Activity Timeout Limit/ Call Fail Reset Limit
50183
Violation Lockout Time/ Violation Limit
50184
Log Full Limit Threshold
50185-50200
Modem ID (32 bytes)
50201-50205
Modem Password (10 bytes)
50206-50208
Numeric Pager ID (7 bytes)
50209
Numeric Pager ID/ Bitmap Set
50210
Rings to Answer/ Reserved
50211
Primary Retry Limit
50212
Primary Retry Delay
50213-50236
Type R/W
Primary Phone Number (48 Bytes)
50237
Time Limit/ Reserved
50238
Event Mask
50239
Secondary Retry Limit
50240
Secondary Retry Delay
50241-50264
Units
Secondary Phone Number (48 bytes)
50265
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 1, Device 2)
50266
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 3, Device 4)
50267
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 5, Device 6)
50268
50269-50272
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 7, Device 8)
Reserved
Customizable Modbus Map Settings Block
50273-50274
50275-50784
Line 1, Point 1
Line 2, Point 2 - Line 256, Point 256
R
R
Network Settings 10/100 Card
Auto TFTP Download Settings
50785
Enable/ Disable
50786
TFTP Port
50787-50788
Client IP
50789-50790
Server IP
50791-50792
Default Gateway
50793-50794
Subnet Mask
2- 177
Address
50795
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Email Mode
50796
50797-50860
FTP Download
Download Filename (128 Bytes)
50861-50892
Email Server IP Addres / Name (64 bytes)
50893-50924
GE Comm Email Processing Service IP Address / Name (64 bytes)
50925-50956
Return / Reply Address (64 bytes)
50957-50988
Email Subject Text (64 Bytes)
50989-51004
51005-51020
Email Username (32 Bytes)
Email Password (32 Bytes)
Email Client settings
FTP Client
51021-51036
FTP Username (32 Bytes)
51037-51052
FTP Password (32 Bytes)
51053-51116
51117-51148
Startup Remote Default Directory (128 Bytes)
FTP Server IP Address / Name (64 Bytes)
51149-51150
IP Address
GE EGD Protocol
51151
Update Interval
51152
Connection Type/ Option Bits
51153-51154
51155-51156
Producer Identifier
Reserved
51157
Mode/ Bitmap Set
51158
UDP Addressing/ Validate Connection Count
51159
TCP Listen Port
51160
UDP Listen Port
DNP LAN/WAN
51161-51162
Valid IP Address 1
51163-51164
Valid IP Address 2
51165-61166
Valid IP Address 3
51167-51168
Valid IP Address 4
51169-51170
Valid IP Subnet Mask 1
51171-51172
Valid IP Subnet Mask 2
51173-51174
Valid IP Subnet Mask 3
2- 178
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
51175-51176
Valid IP Subnet Mask 4
51177-51180
TCP Starting Valid Client Ports
51181-51184
TCP Ending Valid Client Ports
51185-51188
UDP Starting Valid Client Ports
51189-51192
UDP Ending Valid Client Ports
51193-51194
Multicast Group Address
51195
51196-51200
UDP Respond Port
Reserved
Units
Type R/W
Customizable Modbus Map Format Block
51201
51202
51203-51712
Custom Modbus Point 1 Style / Format
R
Custom Modbus Point 1 Unit / Special
Custom Modbus Points 2-256 Style / Format and Unit / Special
R
Energy Scale Settings
51713
Q1234 VAh/ Q12 VARh
F65
51714
Q34 VARh/ Q14 Wh
F65
51715
Q1 VAh/ Q1 VARh
F65
51716
Q4 VAh/ Q4 VARh
F65
51717
Q23 Wh/ Q2 VAh
F65
51718
Q2 VARh/ Q3 VAh
F65
51719
2
Q3 VARh/ I t Phase A
F65
51720
2
2
I t Phase B/ I t Phase C
F65
2
2
51721
V t Phase A/ V t Phase B
F65
51722
2
V t Phase C/ Q1 Wh
F65
51723
Q4 Wh/ Q2 Wh
F65
51724
Q3 Wh/ Q1234 VAh, Uncompensated
F65
51725
Q12 VARh, Uncompensated/ Q34 VARh, Uncompensated
F65
51726
Q14 Wh, Uncompensated/ Q23 Wh, Uncompensated
F65
51727
+Oh/ -Oh
F65
51728
Q14 Wh Test Mode/ Q1 VAh Test Mode
F65
51729
Q1 VARh Test Mode/ Q4 VAh Test Mode
F65
51730
Q4 VARh Test Mode/ Q23 Wh Test Mode
F65
51731
Q2 VAh Test Mode/ Q2 VARh Test Mode
F65
51732
Q3 VAh Test Mode/ Q3 VARh Test Mode
F65
2- 179
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
51733
Pulse Accumulation, Input 1/ Pulse Accumulation Input 2
F65
51734
Pulse Accumulation, Input 3/ Pulse Accumulation Input 4
F65
51735
Pulse Accumulation, Input 5/ Pulse Accumulation Input 6
F65
51736
Pulse Accumulation, Input 7/ Pulse Accumulation Input 8
F65
51737
Pulse Aggregation 1/ Pulse Aggregation 2
F65
51738
Pulse Aggregation 3/ Pulse Aggregation 4
F65
Update Settings Block
51739-52974
Reserved
52975-53102
User Memo Field (256 bytes)
53103-53230
Name of User Who Last Updated the Profile (256 bytes)
53231
Device Profile Version (Year)
53232
Device Profile Version (Month/ Day)
53233
Device Profile Version (Build)
53234
Pro Software ID
53235-53236
GE Device Type (Base Unit)
53237
GE Device Type (Option 1/ Option 2)
53238
GE Device Type (Option 3/ Option 4)
53239
Update Programming Software Version Number (Major)
53240
Update Programming Software Version Number (Minor)
53241
Update Programming Software Version Number (Revision)
53244-53247
53248
Update Time
Programmable Settings Block Checksum
R
R
12-bit RTU Block
53249
Sanity Register
F58
W
53250
Phase A Current
+5A/0A
5 / 2048 A sec
F59
W
53251
Phase B Current
+5A/0A
5 / 2048 A sec
F59
W
53252
Phase C Current
+5A/0A
5 / 2048 A sec
F59
R
53253
Phase A-N Voltage
+ 150 V / 0 V
150 / 2048 V sec
F59
R
53254
Phase B-N Voltage
+ 150 V / 0 V
150 / 2048 V sec
F59
R
53255
Phase C-N Voltage
+ 150 V / 0 V
150 / 2048 V sec
F59
R
53256
Total Watt
+ 1500 W / - 1500 W
1500 / 2048 W sec F59
R
53257
Total VAR
+ 1500 VAR / - 1500 VAR
1500 / 2048
F59
R
53258
Phase A Watt
+ 1500 W / - 1500 W
1500 / 2048 W sec F59
R
2- 180
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
53259
Phase B Watt
+ 1500 W / - 1500 W
1500 / 2048 W sec F59
R
53260
Phase C Watt
+ 1500 W / - 1500 W
1500 / 2048 W sec F59
R
53261
Phase A VAR
+ 1500 VAR / - 1500 VAR
1500 / 2048
F59
R
53262
Phase B VAR
+ 1500 VAR / - 1500 VAR
1500 / 2048
F59
R
53263
Phase C VAR
+ 1500 VAR / - 1500 VAR
1500 / 2048
F59
R
53264-53265
53266
Reserved
Computed Neutral Current
+5A/0A
5 / 2048 A sec
F59
R
53267-53268
Positive Watthour
+ 99,999,999 kWh / 0 kWh
1 kWh pri
F60
R
53269-53270
Negative Watthour
0 kWh / - 99,999,999 kWh
1 kWh pri
F60
R
53271-53272
Positive VARhour
+ 99,999,999 kVARh / 0 kVARh
1 kVARh pri
F60
R
53273-53274
Negative VARhour
0 kVARh / - 99,999,999 kVARh
1 kVARh pri
F60
R
Frequency
45 Hz / 75 Hz
30 / 4096 Hz
F61
R
53275
53276-53347
53348
Reserved
Energy Reset
W
Action Block
57345
Log Reset
W
57346
Maximum Reset
W
57347
Minimum Reset
W
57348
Energy Reset
W
57349
Calibrate 120 V
R/W
57350
Calibrate 150 mA
R/W
57351
Calibrate 250 mA
R/W
57352
Calibrate 500 mA
R/W
57353
Calibrate 1 A
R/W
57354
Calibrate 2.5 A
R/W
57355
Calibrate 5 A
R/W
57356
Calibrate Automatic
R/W
57357
Calibrate +1 A Phase
R/W
57358
Calibrate -1 A Phase
R/W
57359
Calibrate +1 B Phase
R/W
57360
Calibrate -1 B Phase
R/W
57361
Calibrate +1 C Phase
R/W
57362
Calibrate -1 C Phase
R/W
2- 181
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
57363
Calibrate +1 Aux Phase
R/W
57364
Calibrate -1 Aux Phase
R/W
57365
Start Calibration Mode
R/W
57366
Calibrate Manual Gain Adjustment
R/W
57367
Activate first time CTPT Compensation
R/W
57368
Calibrate Manual Phase Adjustment
R/W
57369
Calibrate Multiplier 1x
R/W
57370
Calibrate Multiplier 10x
R/W
57371
Calibrate References
R/W
57372
Calibration Status Reset
R/W
57373
Calibrate Phase at 500 mA
R/W
57374
Calibrate Phase at 1 A
R/W
57375
Calibrate Phase at 5 A
R/W
57376
Calibrate Phase at 10 A
R/W
57377
Calibrate Phase at 2.5 A
R/W
57378
Preload CTPT compensation values
R/W
57380
Internal KYZ Enable
R/W
57381
Flicker Enable
R/W
57382
Undefined
R/W
57383
Calibrate Waveform 120 V
R/W
57384
Calibrate Waveform - 5 A
R/W
57385
Calibrate Waveform - DC Offset
R/W
57386
Reset Time Of Use Current Month
R/W
57387
Manual Waveform Capture
W
57388
Reset Internal Input Accumulations and Aggregations
R/W
57389
Override Data not yet Valid Block
W
57390
Refresh External IO Header Information
R/W
57391
Refresh External IO Programming Information
W
57392
Relay Locking Relay Selection
R/W
57393
Relay Locking Action Selection
R/W
57396
Reset KYZ Output Accumulations
W
57397
Reset Cumulative Demand
W
57398
Reset Historical Log 1
W
2- 182
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
57399
Reset Historical Log 2
W
57400
Reset Sequence of Events Log
W
57401
Reset Digital Input Log
W
57402
Reset Digital Output Log
W
57403
Reset Flicker Log
W
57404
Reset Waveform Log
W
57405
Reset PQ Log
W
57406
Reset System Event Log
W
57407
Reset Total Average Power Factor
W
57408
Reset Time of Use Active Registers
W
57409
DNP over TCP Network Card connect/disconnect Status
W
DNP over TCP Connection IP Address
W
57410-57411
57412
DNP over TCP Connection Client Port Number
W
Factory Calibration Block
60929-60932
Factory Calibration Block Timestamp
R
60933-60936
Factory Calibration Timestamp
R
60937-60938
Gain factor for Van
R
60939-60944
Gain factors for Vbn, Vcn, Vxn
R
60945-60946
Gain Factor for Ia 150 mA
R
60947-60948
Gain Factor for Ia 250 mA
R
60949-60950
Gain Factor for Ia 500 mA
R
60951-60952
Gain Factor for Ia 1 A
R
50953-60954
Gain Factor for Ia 2.5 A
R
60955-60956
Gain Factor for Ia 5 A
R
60957-60968
Gain factors for Ib
R
60969-60992
Gain factors for Ic, Ix
R
60993
Unused
R
60994
Phase Compensation for Phase A 500 mA
R
60995
Phase Compensation for Phase A 1 A
R
60996
Phase Compensation for Phase A 2.5 A
R
60997
Phase Compensation for Phase A 5 A
R
60998
Phase Compensation for Phase A 10 A
R
Phase Compensation for Phase B
R
60999-61003
2- 183
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
61004-61008
Phase Compensation for Phase C
R
61009-61025
Unused
R
Calibration Checksum
R
61026
CTPT Compensation Calibration Block
61027-61030
CTPT Compensation Calibration Block Timestamp
R
61031-61034
CTPT Compensation Calibration Timestamp
R
61035-61036
Gain factor for Van
R
61037-61042
Gain factors for Vbn, Vcn, Vxn
R
61043-61044
Gain Factor for Ia 150 mA
R
61045-61046
Gain Factor for Ia 250 mA
R
61047-61048
Gain Factor for Ia 500 mA
R
61049-61050
Gain Factor for Ia 1 A
R
61051-61052
Gain Factor for Ia 2.5 A
R
61053-61054
Gain Factor for Ia 5 A
R
61055-61066
Gain factors for Ib
R
61067-61090
Gain factors for Ic, Ix
R
61091
Unused
R
61092
Phase Compensation for Phase A 500 mA
R
61093
Phase Compensation for Phase A 1 A
R
61094
Phase Compensation for Phase A 2.5 A
R
61095
Phase Compensation for Phase A 5 A
R
61096
Phase Compensation for Phase A 10 A
R
61097-61101
Phase Compensation for Phase B
R
61102-61106
Phase Compensation for Phase C
R
61107-61123
Unused
R
61124
Calibration Checksum
R
61185
Calibration Modification Selection
R/W
61186-61189
Calibration Timestamp
R/W
61190-61191
Gain factor for Van
R/W
61192-61197
Gain factors for Vbn, Vcn, Vxn
R/W
61198-61199
Gain Factor for Ia 150 mA
R/W
61200-61201
Gain Factor for Ia 250 mA
R/W
Calibration Modification Block
2- 184
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
61202-61203
Gain Factor for Ia 500 mA
R/W
61204-61205
Gain Factor for Ia 1 A
R/W
61206-61207
Gain Factor for Ia 2.5 A
R/W
61208-61209
Gain Factor for Ia 5 A
R/W
61210-61221
Gain factors for Ib
R/W
61222-61245
Gain factors for Ic, Ix
R/W
61246
Unused
R/W
61247
Phase Compensation for Phase A 500 mA
R/W
61248
Phase Compensation for Phase A 1 A
R/W
61249
Phase Compensation for Phase A 2.5 A
R/W
61250
Phase Compensation for Phase A 5 A
R/W
61251
Phase Compensation for Phase A 10 A
R/W
61252-61256
Phase Compensation for Phase B
R/W
61257-61261
Phase Compensation for Phase C
R/W
61262-61278
Unused
R/W
61279
Calibration Checksum
R/W
61280
Calibration Modification Checksum
R/W
Operational Communication Settings Block
65025
Operational Address, Port 4 (I/O)
R
65026
Operational Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 4 (I/O)
R
65027
Operational Parity & Stop Bits, Port 4 (I/O)
R
65028
Operational Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 4(I/O)
R
65029
Operational Address, Port 3
R
65030
Operational Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 3
R
65031
Operational Parity & Stop Bits, Port 3
R
65032
Operational Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 3
R
65033
Operational Address, Port 2
R
65034
Operational Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 2
R
65035
Operational Parity & Stop Bits, Port 2
R
65036
Operational Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 2
R
65037
Operational Address, Port 1 (232/485)
R
65038
Operational Protocol & Baud Rate, Port 1 (232/485)
R
65039
Operational Parity & Stop Bits, Port 1 (232/485)
R
2- 185
Address
65040
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
Operational Data Bits & Response Delay, Port 1 (232/485)
R
Diagnostic Block
65041-65042
Data Valid Bits
R
Device Identification Block 2
65088
196 Xilinx Version / 320 Xilinx Version
R
65089-65096
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 1
F1
R
65097-65104
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 2
F1
R
65105-65112
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 3
F1
R
65113-65120
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 4
F1
R
65121-65128
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 5
F1
R
65129-65136
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 6
F1
R
65137-65144
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 7
F1
R
65145-65152
EPM Comm Boot Firmware Variation String 8
F1
R
65153-65160
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 1
F1
R
65161-65168
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 2
F1
R
65168-65176
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 3
F1
R
65177-65184
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 4
F1
R
65185-65192
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 5
F1
R
65193-65200
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 6
F1
R
65201-65208
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 7
F1
R
65209-65216
EPM DSP Boot Firmware Variation String 8
F1
R
65217-65224
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 1
F1
R
65225-65232
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 2
F1
R
65233-65240
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 3
F1
R
65241-65248
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 4
F1
R
65249-65256
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 5
F1
R
65257-65264
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 6
F1
R
65265-65272
65273-65280
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 7
EPM DSP Run-Time Firmware Variation String 8
F1
F1
R
R
65281-65312
DSP Diagnostic
DSP Diagnostic Block
R
Password Block
65316-65320
User Password
Fixed Length String
W
2- 186
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
65321
Password State
65322
Sealing Switch State
65326
Password Lock
65327
Password Sequence / Status
65328
Password Command
65332-65336
65340-65344
Range
Units
Type R/W
Enumeration
Enumeration
Enumeration
Enumeration
Enumeration
Fixed Length String
Fixed Length String
New Password A
New Password B
R
R
R/W
R
R/W
W
W
Dynamic Configuration Block
65345
NVRAM Configuration
R
65346
IRIG-B State
R
65347
Network Card
R
65348
65349
Modem Card
Sealing Switch Installation
R
R
Hardware Options Block
65361
Form / 4 KYZ
R
65362
Com Port 4 / Com Port 3
R
65363
Com Port 2 / Com Port 1
R
65364
1 Amp / 300 V
R
65365
Sealing Switch / Memory
R
65366
R
65367
65368
R
R
Flash Control Block
65409
EPM Comm Operation Indicator
R
65410
EPM Comm FLASH Sequence & Status / FLASH Command
R
65411
FLASH Locked Port
R/W
65412
EPM Comm FLASH Code Checksum
65535 / 0
1
R/W
65413
EPM Comm FLASH Programmable Settings Checksum
65535 / 0
1
R/W
65414
EPM DSP Operation Indicator
65415
EPM DSP FLASH Sequence & Status / FLASH Command
65416
EPM DSP FLASH Code Checksum
65417
Port To Port Communications, Port 4 (I/O)
R/W
65418
Port To Port Communications, Port 3
R/W
R
R
65535 / 0
1
R/W
2- 187
Address
Line
Pt
DNP
Description
Obj
Range
Units
Type R/W
65419
Port To Port Communications Port 2
R/W
65420
Port To Port Communications Port 1 (232/485)
R/W
65421
Port To Port Communications Port 5 (DIAG)
R/W
65425-65434
EPM Comm FLASH Code Hex Line
W
65441-65450
EPM Comm FLASH Extended Code Hex Line
W
65457-65466
EPM Comm FLASH Product History Hex Line
W
65473-65482
65489-65498
EPM Comm FLASH Programmable Settings Hex Line
EPM DSP FLASH Code Hex Line
W
W
65533-65534
Enhanced Serial Number
Enhanced Serial Number
4,294,967,295 / 0
1
R
4,294,967,295 / 0
1
R
Serial Number
65535-65536
Serial Number
2- 188
Chapter 3
Communication Data Formats
Q
This chapter expands upon information listed in the EPM Modbus Register Map (Chapter 2). Section
Headings (F1, F2, etc) refer to the value in the Register Map’s “Type” column.
3.1: Type F1 Null Terminated ASCII String
Q
Length: Depends on the reading.
Q
Each register contains two bytes. Each byte stands for an ASCII character. The printable portion of
the string is terminated with a Null character (ASCII 00H). Any characters after the terminating
Null are ignored.
Example:
Registers 00001 – 00008, the Device Name, might contain the following data:
Address
00001
00002
00003
00004
00005
00006
00007
00008
Value
3031H
3037H
204EH
6578H
7573H
2031H
3237H
3200H
Bytes
ASCII
Register
30H 31H 30H
‘0’
‘1’
“01”
‘0’
37H 20H 43H 65H 78H 75H 73H 20H 31H 32H 37H 37H 32H
‘7’
“07”
String
‘‘
‘N’
“ N”
‘e’
‘x’
“ex”
‘u’
‘s’
“us”
‘‘
‘1’
“ 1”
‘2’
‘7’
“27”
‘2’
Null
“2”
“0107 EPM 9800”
3.2: Type F2 Fixed Length ASCII String
Q
Length: Depends on the reading.
Q
Each register contains two bytes. Each byte stands for an ASCII character. All bytes are significant.
There is no terminating character.
Example:
Registers 00073 – 00074, the EPM Comm Boot Version Number, might contain the following data:
3-1
Address
00073
00074
Value
3030H
3134H
Bytes
30H
30H
31H
34H
ASCII
‘0’
‘0’
‘1’
‘4’
Register
“00”
“14”
“0014”
String
3.3: Type F3 Time Stamp
Q
Length: 4 Registers (8 bytes)
Q
Each register contains two bytes. Each byte contains a binary number representing up to two digits
in a part of date and time. The units for each byte are century, year, month, date, hour, minute,
second and 10 millisecond. Hour is in 24-hour form, 00H = 0 = 12 AM, 01H = 1 = 1 AM, …, 0BH
= 11 = 11 AM, 0CH = 12 = 12 PM, 0DH = 13 = 1 PM, …, 17H = 23 = 11 PM.
Example:
Registers 00081 – 00084, On Time, might contain the following data:
Address
00081
00082
00083
00084
Value
1404H
0619H
0913H
3056H
Bytes
14H
04H
06H
19H
09H
13H
30H
56H
Decimal
20
04
6
25
9
19
48
86
Unit
Century
Year
Month
Date
Hour
Date
Minute Second 10 Millisecond
June 25, 2004 9:19:48.86 AM
3-2
3.4: Type F4 Day of Week
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register contains a 16-bit number, associated with the days of the week as follows:
Value
Day of Week
Value
Day of Week
0001H
Sunday
0005H
Thursday
0002H
Monday
0006H
Friday
0003H
Tuesday
0007H
Saturday
0004H
Wednesday
3.5: Type F5 Secondary 1 Cycle RMS Voltage or Current
Q
Length: 2 Registers (4 bytes)
Q
Range: +1,048,576 V / 0 V or +65536 I / 0 I
Q
Unit: 1/4906 V secondary or 1/65536 A secondary
Q
These registers together are a four-byte unsigned integer. Conversion into secondary voltage or
current involves multiplying by the appropriate scale and taking the square root of that value.
2
2
2
2
2
2
3-3
Example:
Registers 00094-00095, 1 cycle Phase A-N Voltage, might contain the following data:
Address
00094
00095
Value
378AH
AC18H
4-byte unsigned integer (Hex)
378AAC18H
4-byte unsigned integer (Decimal)
931834904
2
2
V secondary
227498.755859 V secondary
V secondary
476.968 V secondary
Example:
Registers 00102-00103, 1 cycle Phase A Current, might contain the following data:
Address
00102
00103
Value
0019H
4000H
4-byte unsigned integer (Hex)
00194000H
4-byte unsigned integer (Decimal)
1654784
2
2
I secondary
25.25 A secondary
I secondary
5.5 A secondary
3-4
3.6: Type F6 High Speed Input Delta and Current State
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in each byte are associated with the 8
High Speed Inputs, the least significant bit with Input 1, through to the most significant bit with
Input 8.
Q
The most significant byte contains Delta information about High Speed Inputs, the least significant
byte contains the Current State of the High Speed Inputs. For Delta bits, a bit value of 1 means one
or more were noticed on this input during the last cycle, a bit value of 0 means no changes were
noticed on this input during the last cycle. For Current State bits, a bit value of 1 means the input is
open, a bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
Example:
Register 00118, 1 cycle High Speed Input Delta and Current State, might contain the following data.
Address
00118
Value
0461H
Bytes
04H
0
0
0
0
0
61H
1
0
0
0
High Speed Input Delta
Meaning
Interpretation
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
High Speed Input Current State
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
_
_
_
_
_
Change
_
_
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Clsd Opn Opn Clsd Clsd Clsd Clsd Opn
Inputs 7, 6 and 1 are now open and Input 3 changed state at least once during the last cycle.
3-5
3.7: Type F7 Secondary Voltage, Current, VA, VAR, Watts, Hz or Flicker
Q
Length: 2 Registers (4 bytes)
Q
Range: +32767 / -32768
Q
Unit: 1/65536 V, A, VA, VAR, W or Hz
Q
The registers together contain a four-byte signed (2's compliment) integer. Positive values have the
most significant bit clear, and have the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values
have the most significant bit set. The magnitude of a negative value is found by complimenting
(inverting) all of the bits and adding 1.
Example:
Registers 00153 – 00154, Tenth second Phase A VAR might contain the following data:
Address
00153
00154
Value
0001H
4000H
4-byte signed integer (Hex)
00014000H
Most significant bit
0
4-byte integer (Decimal)
+81920
1/65536 VAR secondary
+1.25 VAR secondary
Register 00153 – 00154, Tenth second Phase A VAR, might contain the following data:
Address
00153
00154
Value
FFFEH
C000H
4-byte signed integer (Hex)
FFFEC000H
Most significant bit
1
Compliment
00013FFFH
Increment
00014000H
4-byte signed integer (Decimal)
-81920
1/65536 VAR secondary
-1.25 VAR secondary
3-6
3.8: Type F8 Power Factor
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: 3.999 / 0.000
Q
Unit: 0.001 PF
Q
This register contains a 16 bit unsigned number. This number varies from 0000H – 0F9FH, or 0 to
3999 in decimal. This representation allows for expressing Power Factor from 0 to 1 in the four
quadrants, as follows:
Quadrant
Q
Value
Hex
Dec
Value
PF
Hex
Dec
PF
Value
Hex
Dec
PF
1
0000H
0
0.000
01F4H
500
0.500
03E7H
999
0.999
4
03E8H
1000
1.000
05DCH
1500
0.500
07CFH
1999
0.001
3
07D0H
2000
0.000
09C4H
2500
0.500
0BB7H
2999
0.999
2
0BB8H
3000
1.000
0DACH 3500
0.500
0F9FH
3999
0.001
Application of sign and lead/lag labels (is 9CFH -0.500 Lead or +0.500 Lag) depends on the
Programmable Setting called Power Factor Labeling, located in Register 46019, described in Section
7.19.
Example:
Register 00171, Tenth second Phase A Power Factor, might contain the following data:
Address
00171
Value
0390H
Decimal
912
PF
Q1, 0.912
Example:
Register 00171, Tenth second Phase A Power Factor, might contain the following data:
Address
00171
Value
0C10H
Decimal
3088
PF
Q2, 0.912
3-7
3.9: Type F9 Angle
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 byte)
Q
Range: +180 / -180
Q
Unit: 0.01 degree
Q
This register contains a 16-bit signed (2's compliment) number. Positive values have the most
significant bit clear, and have the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the
most significant bit set. The magnitude of a negative value is found by complimenting (inverting) all
of the bits and adding 1.
Example:
Register 00175, Tenth second Phase A-N Voltage to Auxiliary Voltage Phase Angle, might contain
the following data:
Address
00175
Value
08BBH
Most significant bit
0
Decimal
+2235
Angle
+22.35 Degrees
Example:
Register 00175, Tenth second Phase A-N Voltage to Auxiliary Voltage Phase Angle, might contain
the following data.
Address
00175
Value
F745H
Most significant bit
1
Compliment
08BAH
Increment
08BBH
Decimal
-2235
Angle
-22.35 Degrees
3-8
3.10: Type F10 Percentage
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: +327.67% / - 327.68%
Q
Unit: 0.01%
Q
This register contains a 16-bit signed (2's compliment) number. Positive values have the most
significant bit clear, and have the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the
most significant bit set. The magnitude of a negative value is found by complimenting (inverting) all
of the bits and adding 1.
Example:
Register 00234, One second Voltage Imbalance, might contain the following data:
Address
00234
Value
08BBH
Most significant bit
0
Decimal
+2235
Percent
+22.35%
Example:
Register 00234, One second Voltage Imbalance, might contain the following data:
Address
00234
Value
F745H
Most significant bit
1
Compliment
08BAH
Increment
08BBH
Decimal
-2235
Percent
-22.35%
3-9
3.11: Type F11 Energy Counter (Packed BCD / Secondary)
Q
Length: 4 Registers (8 bytes)
Q
Range: 9,999,999,999,999,999 / 0 VAh, VARh or Wh secondary
Q
Unit: 1 VAh, VARh or Wh secondary
Q
These registers contain 8 bytes of Packed BCD. Each register contains 2 bytes. Each byte contains
2 nibbles. Each nibble represents a decimal digit from 0-9. All together, there are 16 nibbles, and
therefore a 16-digit decimal number can be represented.
Example:
Registers 00982 – 00985, VAhour, might contain the following data:
Address
00982
00983
00984
00985
Value
0000H
0001H
0534H
1284H
Bytes
00H
00H
00H
01H
05H
34H
12H
84H
Nibbles
0H
0H
0H
0H
0H
0H
0H
1H
0H
5H
3H
4H
1H
2H
8H
4H
Digit
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
3
4
1
2
8
4
Unit
P
T
VAh
G
M
k
105,341,284 VAh secondary
3.12: Type F12 Energy Counter (Binary / Secondary)
Q
Length: 4 Registers (8 bytes)
Q
Range: 9,999,999,999,999,999 / 0 VAh, VARh or Wh secondary
Q
Unit: 1 VAh, VARh or Wh secondary
Q
These registers contain an 8-byte unsigned integer.
Example:
Registers 01002-01005, VAhour, might contain the following data:
3-10
Address
01002
01003
01004
01005
Value
0000H
0000H
0647H
6164H
8-byte unsigned integer
0000000006476164H
Decimal
105341284
VAh
105,341,284 VAh secondary
3.13: Type F13 Phase Sequence
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register contains a 16-bit unsigned integer, associated with the Phase Sequence as follows:
Value (Hex)
Phase Sequence
0000H
A-B-C
0001H
C-B-A
3.14: Type F14 Average Status
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register contains a 16-bit unsigned integer, associated with the Average Status as follows:
Q
Value (Hex)
Average Status
0000H
Not yet available
0001H
Available
This is the Status Register for Block Window Average (02605-02683) and Rolling Window
Average (02684-02768).
If a value is not yet computed by the EPM device, the Status value will be zero. When the value is
zero, Communicator EXT software displays asterisks for values.
3-11
In Modbus, a value will be returned based on the type of reading.
Negative Maximums and Positive Minimums return: 7FFFFFFFH or 2,147,483,647.
Positive Maximums and Negative Minimums return: 80000000H or +/- 2,147,483,647.
No Timestamp will be assigned to the reading.
3.15: Type F15 Limit States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Limits, the most significant bit of the most significant byte with Limit 1 (or 17), through to the
least significant bit of the least significant byte with Limit 16 (or 32).
Q
A bit value of 1 means that the particular limit has been passed, while a bit value of 0 means that the
particular limit has not been passed.
Example:
Register 02769, Limit States, Value 1 Comparison, 1–16, might contain the following data:
Address
02769
Value
0461H
Bytes
04H
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Points
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Limit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Passed
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes Yes
No
No
No
No Yes
Interpretation
No Yes
Limits 6, 10, 11 and 16 are currently passed; all others are not passed.
3-12
3.16: Type F16 Low Speed Input States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in the most significant byte are
associated with the eight Status Inputs, the most significant bit with input 8, through to the least
significant bit with Input 1. The least significant byte is undefined.
Q
A bit value of 1 means the input is open; a bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
Example:
Register 02773, Low Speed Input States, might contain the following data:
Address
02773
Value
5100H
Byte
Bits
51H
0
1
0
1
00H
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
Undefined
Input
Meaning
Interpretation
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
Closed Open Closed Open Closed Closed Closed Open
Inputs 7, 5 and 1 are open; all other inputs are closed.
3-13
3.17: Type F17 External Digital Input States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in the Least significant byte are
associated with the eight External Digital Inputs in an External Digital Input Module, the most
significant bit with input 8, through to the least significant bit with Input 1. The most significant
byte is undefined.
Q
A bit value of 1 means the input is open; a bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
Example:
Register 02774, Digital Input States, Module 1, might contain the following data:
Address
02774
Value
0051H
Bytes
Bits
00H
0
0
0
0
0
51H
0
0
0
0
1
Undefined
Input
Meaning
Interpretation
8
7
6
5
4
3
0
1
0
0
0
1
2
1
External Digital Input States
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
Closed Open Closed Open Closed Closed Closed Open
Inputs 7, 5 and 1 are open; all other inputs are closed.
3-14
3.18: Type F18 External Input Accumulations
Q
Length: 2 Registers (4 bytes)
Q
Range: 4,294,967,295/0
Q
Unit: Accumulated Transitions
Q
These registers contain a 4-byte unsigned integer.
Example:
Register 02775-02776, Input Accumulations, Module 1, might contain the following data:
Address
02775
02776
Value
0647H
6164H
4-byte unsigned integer
06476164H
Decimal
105341284
Accumulated Transitions
105,341,284 Accumulated Transitions
3.19: Type F19 Energy Counter (Packed BCD / Primary)
Q
Length: 4 Registers (8 bytes)
Q
Range: 9,999,999,999,999,999/0 VAh, VARh or Wh primary
Q
1 VAh, VARh or Wh primary
Q
These registers contain 8 bytes of Packed BCD. Each register contains 2 bytes. Each byte contains
2 nibbles. Each nibble represents a decimal digit from 0-9. All together, there are 16 nibbles.
Therefore, a 16-digit decimal number can be represented.
Example:
Register 02850-02853, VAhour, might contain the following data:
3-15
Address
02850
02851
02852
02853
Value
0000H
0001H
0534H
1284H
Bytes
00H
00H
00H
01H
05H
34H
12H
84H
Nibbles
0H
0H
0H
0H
0H
0H
0H
1H
0H
5H
3H
4H
1H
2H
8H
4H
Digit
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
5
3
4
1
2
8
4
Unit
P
T
VAh
G
M
k
105,341,284 VAh primary
3.20: Type F20 Energy Counter (Binary / Primary)
Q
Length: 4 Registers (8 bytes)
Q
Range: 9,999,999,999,999,999/0 VAh, VARh or Wh primary
Q
1 VAh, VARh or Wh primary
Q
These registers contain an 8-byte unsigned integer.
Example:
Register 02898-02901, VAhour, might contain the following data:
Address
02898
02899
02900
02901
Value
0000H
0000H
0647H
6164H
8 byte unsigned integer
0000000006476164H
Decimal
105341284
VAh
105,341,284 VAh primary
3-16
3.21: Type F21 Year
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Each byte contains a binary number representing up to two digits in a part of a year. The units for
each byte are century and year.
Example:
Register 34821, TOU Calendar Year 1 Calendar Year, might contain the following data:
Address
34821
Value
1363H
Bytes
13H
63H
Decimal
19
99
Unit
Century
Year
Date
1999
3.22: Type F22 TOU Profile per Day
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Each byte stands for a different day of the year. Days are listed in calendar order, including the
allowance for a leap year. Each byte contains an enumeration indicating which TOU Profile to use
for that day. The enumerations are as follows:
Value (Hex)
Profile
Value (Hex)
Profile
00H
Profile1
08H
Profile9
01H
Profile2
09H
Profile10
02H
Profile3
0AH
Profile11
03H
Profile4
0BH
Profile12
04H
Profile5
0CH
Profile13
05H
Profile6
0DH
Profile14
06H
Profile7
0EH
Profile15
07H
Profile8
0FH
Profile16
Example:
Register 34954, TOU Calendar Year 1 Mar 2 (Mar1) / Mar 3 (Mar 2), might contain the following
data:
3-17
Address
34954
Value
0305H
Bytes
03H
05H
Decimal
3
5
Meaning
Profile 3
Profile 5
Day
Mar 2
Mar 3
Day (Leap Year)
Mar 1
Mar 2
Meaning
Profile 3 on Mar 2
Profile 5 on Mar 3
Meaning (Leap Year)
Profile 3 on Mar 1
Profile 5 on Mar 2
3.23: Type F23 TOU Profile Status
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register contains an enumeration indicating the Status of the Profile. The enumeration is as
follows:
Value (Hex)
Status
00H
Not Used
01H
Programmed
Example:
Register 35107, TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 Status, might contain the following data:
Address
35107
Value
0001H
Decimal
1
Meaning
TOU Year 1 Profile 1 is programmed
3-18
3.24: Type F24 TOU Daily Profile Register Assignment
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Each register contains 2 bytes. Each byte contains 2 nibbles. Each nibble contains an enumeration
indicating which TOU Register is to be used during the indicated 15-minute period. The
enumerations are as follows:
Value (Hex)
Register
0H
Register1
1H
Register2
2H
Register3
3H
Register4
4H
Register5
5H
Register6
6H
Register7
7H
Register8
Example:
Register 35108, TOU Calendar Year 1 Profile 1 for 00:00, 00:15, 00;30 & 00:45, might contain the
following data:
Address
35108
Value
1234H
Bytes
12H
34H
Nibbles
1H
2H
3H
4H
Decimal
1
2
3
4
Period
00:00-00:14
00:15-00:29
00:30-00:44
00:45-00:59
Profile 1 from 00:00-00:14
Profile 2 from 00:15-00:29
Meaning
Profile 3 from 00:30-00:44
Profile 4 from 00:45-00:59
3-19
3.25: Type F25 TOU Profile Monthly End Day
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Each byte stands for a different month of the year. Each byte contains a binary number indicating
what the last day of the monthly billing cycle should be for that month. Billing periods are up to
and including the end day.
Example:
Register 35507, TOU Calendar Year 1 Monthly End Day Jan & Feb, might contain the following
data:
Address
35507
Value
0E0FH
Bytes
0EH
0FH
Decimal
14
15
Month
Jan
Feb
Day
Jan 14
Feb 15
Meaning
Billing Months run through Jan 14, from Jan
15 through Feb 15 and start on Feb 16
3.26: Type F26 TOU Calendar DST Enable / Average Selection
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
The first byte contains an enumeration indicating whether Daylight Savings Time is enabled for
TOU computations. The enumeration is as follows:
Value (Hex)
Q
Selection
00H
Daylight Savings Time is disabled.
01H
Daylight Savings Time is enabled with default parameters.
02H
Daylight Savings Time is enabled with custom parameters.
The default parameters are to start on the first Sunday in April at 01:59:59.999 and to end on the last
Sunday in October at 01:59:59.999. Custom parameters means to use of the dates programmed in
the Start and End Date Daylight Savings Time registers from the appropriate TOU Calendar Year.
3-20
Q
The second byte contains an enumeration indicating which form of average is to be used for Peak
and Coincident Demand functions. The enumeration is as follows:
Value (Hex)
Average
00H
Block Window Average
01H
Rolling Window Average
02H
Cumulative Demand
Example:
Register 35729, TOU Calendar Year0 DST Enable / Average Selection, might contain the
following data:
Address
35729
Value
0001H
Bytes
00H
01H
Decimal
0
1
Purpose
DST Enabled
Average Selection
Meaning
DST Disabled for TOU Rolling Window Averages for TOU Peak & Coincident Demand
3.27: Type F27 TOU Upload Calendar Window Sequence / Status
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
The first byte contains an unsigned integer acting as a sequence number for actions involving the
Time of Use Upload Calendar Block. The sequence number increments with action performed.
Q
The second byte contains an enumeration indicating the status of the last action involving the Time
of Use Upload Calendar Block. The enumeration is as follows:
Value (Hex)
Status
00H
Action Failed.
01H
Action Passed.
02H
Action is not yet Finished.
Example:
Register 36608, TOU Upload Calendar Window Sequence / Status, might contain the following data:
3-21
Address
36608
Value
4202H
Bytes
42H
02H
Decimal
66
2
Purpose
Sequence
Status
Meaning
Sequence #66
Unfinished
Meaning
Sequence #66 is Unfinished
3.28: Type F28 TOU Upload Calendar Window ID
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: 1 - 14
Q
This register contains an enumeration indicating which TOU Calendar Window is being uploaded
through the Upload Window. The values 1 - 14 indicate Windows 1 - 14.
Example:
Register 36609, TOU Upload Calendar Window ID, might contain the following data:
Address
36609
Value
0DH
Decimal
13
Meaning
Window 13
3.29: Type F29 TOU Upload Calendar Window Data
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register contains data intended to update a portion of the TOU Calendar.
3-22
3.30: Type F30 TOU Upload Calendar Window Checksum
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register contains an unsigned integer which is the checksum for the rest of the TOU Upload
Calendar Window.
Example:
Register 36736, TOU Upload Calendar Window Checksum, might contain the following data:
Address
36736
Value
3245H
Decimal
12869
Meaning
Checksum is 12869
3.31: Type F31 TOU Calendar Selection
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register is used to indicate the TOU Calendar Year desired to be loaded into the TOU Calendar
Window. The enumeration is as follows:
Value (Hex)
Year
0000H
Year 1
0001H
Year 2
0002H - 0013H
Year 3 - Year 20
0014H - FFFFH
Undefined
3.32: Type F32 TOU Calendar Header Status / Year Status
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
The first byte indicates the status of the TOU Calendar Header Block. The second byte indicates
the status of the requested TOU Calendar Year. The enumeration for each byte is as follows:
Value (Hex)
Status
00H
Action Failed.
01H
Action Passed.
02H
Action is not yet Finished.
3-23
3.33: Type F33 Temperature
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: +327.67 C / - 327.68 C
Q
Unit: 0.01 degree C
Q
This register contains a 16-bit signed (2’s compliment) number. Positive values have the most
significant bit clear and have the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the
most significant bit set. The magnitude of a negative value is found by complimenting (inverting)
all of the bits and adding 1.
Example:
Register 05946, EPM Internal Temperature, might contain the following data:
Address
05946
Value
08BBH
Most significant bit
0
Decimal
+2235
Celsius
+22.35 degree C
Register 05946, EPM Internal Temperature, might contain the following data:
Address
05946
Value
F745H
Most significant bit
1
Compliment
08BAH
Increment
08BBH
Decimal
-2235
Celsius
-22.35 degree C
3-24
3.34: Type F34 Limit and Relay Logic States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Limits or Relays, the most significant bit of the most significant byte with Limit 1 (or 17, or
Relay 1), through to the least significant bit of the least significant byte with Limit 16 (or 32, or
Relay 16).
Q
A bit value of 1 means TRUE, while a bit value of 0 means FALSE. TRUE and FALSE result from
the AND, OR, XOR, Hysteresis and NOT of two input values of 1 or 0.
Example:
Register 05979, Limit States, Combinations, 1 - 16, might contain the following data:
Address
05979
Value
0461H
Bytes
04H
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Limit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Logic (T/F)
F
F
F
F
F
T
F
F
F
T
T
F
F
F
F
T
Interpretation
Limit Combinations, 6, 10, 11 and 16 are currently TRUE; all others are FALSE.
3.35: Type F35 Relay Delays
Q
Length: 1/2 Register (1 byte) (2 per Register)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte contains an unsigned integer which is a count-down delay. A
relay logic tree must be stable for the duration of the delay before triggering a relay. Delays are
preloaded when the Gate G value changes. They are decremented every pass thereafter, until they
reach zero.
Example:
Register 06000, Delay Timer, Relay 1 / Relay 2, might contain the following data:
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Address
06000
Value
0400H
Bytes
04H
Interpretation
00H
Relay 1 has 4 seconds of delay remaining, Relay 2 has no delay remaining.
3.36: Type F36 Desired Relay States
Q
Length: 1 Register (1 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant bit of the most significant byte with Relay 1, through the least
significant bit of the least significant byte with Relay 16.
Q
A bit value of 1 means the relay should be energized (connected to Normal Open); a bit value of 0
means the relay should be de-energized (connected to Normal Close). These are states pending
transmission to the relays.
Example:
Register 06008, Desired Relay States, Relays 1-16, might contain the following data:
Address
06008
Value
0461H
Bytes
04H
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Limit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
State (NO/NC)
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NO
NC
NC
NC
NO
NO
NC
NC
NC
NC
NO
Interpretation
Relays 6, 10, 11 and 16 should be energized; all others de-energized.
3.37: Type F37 Relays Pending Update
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant byte with Relay 1 through to the least significant bit of the least
significant byte with Relay 16.
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A bit value of 1 means the physical relay needs to be updated, a bit value of 0 means the physical
relay does not need to be updated.
Example:
Register 06009, Relays Pending Updates 1-16, might contain the following data:
Address
06009
Value
0461H
04H
Bytes
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Yes
Update?
Yes Yes
Yes
Interpretation Relays 6, 10, 11 and 16 need to be updated, all others are in their correct states.
3.38: Type F38 Shadowed Relay States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant byte with Relay 1 through to the least significant bit of the least
significant byte with Relay 16.
A bit value of 1 means the relay is supposed to be energized (connected to Normal Open), a bit
value of 0 means the relay is supposed to be de-energized (connected to Normal Close). These
states have not necessarily been confirmed by polling the relay device.
Example:
Register 06010, Shadowed Relay States 1-16, might contain the following data:
Address
06010
Value
0440H
Bytes
40H
04H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
State (NO/NC)
NC NC NC NC NC NO NC NC NC NO NC NC NC NC NC NC
Interpretation
Relays 6 and 10 are supposed to be energized, all other de-energized, not necessarily confirmed.
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3.39: Type F39 Confirmed Polled Relay States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant byte with Relay 1 through to the least significant bit of the least
significant byte with Relay 16.
A bit value of 1 means the relay was energized (connected to Normal Open) when last polled, a bit
value of 0 means the relay was de-energized (connected to Normal Close) when last polled. These
states may not be current on the relays, since operations may have occurred since the last poll.
Example:
Register 06011, Confirmed Polled Relay States 1-16, might contain the following data:
Address
06011
Value
0461H
04H
Bytes
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
State (NO/NC)
NC NC NC NC NC NO NC NC NC NO NO NC NC NC NC NO
Interpretation
Relays 6, 10, 11 and 16 were energized when last polled, all others were de-ernergized.
3.40: Type F40 Valid Flags for Confirmed Relay States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant byte with Relay 1 through to the least significant bit of the least
significant byte with Relay 16.
A bit value of 1 means the confirmed states in Confirmed Polled Relay States register (06011) are
valid, a bit value of 0 means the confirmed states have not yet been polled.
Example:
Register 06012, Valid Flags for Confirmed Relay States, might contain the following data:
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Address
06012
Value
FFFOH
Bytes
FFH
FOH
Bits
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Valid?
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Interpretation
Confirmed states for Relays 13-16 have not yet been polled and are not yet valid.
3.41: Type F41 Locked Relays, Relays 1-1
16
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant byte with Relay 1 through to the least significant bit of the least
significant byte with Relay 16.
A bit value of 1 means the relay has been locked, overriding the Relay Logic Tree for this relay. A
bit value of 0 means the relay is operating normally according to the Relay Logic Tree.
Example:
Register 06013, Locked Relays, Relays 1-16, might contain the following data:
Address
06013
Value
0461H
04H
Bytes
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Locked?
Interpretation
Lock
Lock Lock
Lock
Relays 6, 10, 11 and 16 are locked; all other relays are under control of the Relay Logic Tree.
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3.42: Type F42 Locked Relay States
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
16 Relays, the most significant byte with Relay 1 through to the least significant bit of the least
significant byte with Relay 16.
These bits are valid only if the relays have been selected for locking, as reported in the Locked
Relays register, 06013.
A bit value of 1 means the relay is locked energized (connected to Normal Open). A bit value of 0
means the relay is locked de-energized (connected to Normal Close).
Example:
Register 06014, Locked Relay States, Relays 1-16, might contain the following data:
Address
06014
Value
0461H
04H
Bytes
61H
Bits
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
NO/NC
NC NC NC NC NC NO NC NC NC NO NO NC NC NC NC NO
Interpretation
Relays 6, 10, 11 and 16 are energized; all others are de-energized, if they are locked.
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3.43: Type F43 Miscellaneous Flags
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has 2 bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with
various miscellaneous functions as follows:
Q
Bit
Point
Meaning
15 (MSB)
0
NVRAM Battery Status
14-1
1-14
Undefined
0 (LSB)
15
Undefined
NVRAM Battery Status:
For an EPM 9800 using Mark II hardware and firmware and with the optional memory installed, this
bit reports the status of the battery.
For an EPM 9650 with Mark I hardware or firmware or units with no memory, this bit is undefined.
A value of “0” indicates the battery is OK.
A value of “1” indicates that the battery is not OK.
Battery status is reevaluated on power-up and approximately every 24 hours thereafter.
Example:
Register 06039, Miscellaneous Flags, might contain the following data:
Addr
06039
Value
8000H
80H
Bytes
00H
Bits
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Interpretation
NVRAM Battery is Low.
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3.44: Type F44 Digital Input Module Data Status
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
status of the data received from the Digital Input Modules as follows:
Bit
Point
Meaning
15 (MSB)
0
Status of Data from Digital Input Module 1 (Modbus Register 0AD5H)
14
1
Status of Data from Digital Input Module 2 (Modbus Register 0AE6H)
13
2
Status of Data from Digital Input Module 3 (Modbus Register 0AF7H)
12
3
Status of Data from Digital Input Module 4 (Modbus Register 0B08H)
11-0 (LSB)
Undefined
Digital Input Module Data Status:
A bit value of 0 means that the data from this Digital Input Module is not yet valid. Either the
module is not present or has not yet been polled.
A bit value of 1 means that the data from this Digital Input Module has been polled at least once
and is valid.
Example:
Register 06111, Digital Input Module Data Status, might contain the following data:
Addr
06111
Value
8000H
80H
Bytes
Bits
1
Point
0
0
0
1
2
3
Digital Input
Module
1
2
3
4
Status
OK
-
-
-
Interpretation
0
00H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Data from Digital Input Module 1 (Register 0AD5H) is valid,
data from Digital Input Modules 2-4 are not valid.
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3.45: Type F45 Analog Input Modules Data Status
Q
Length: 2 Registers (4 bytes)
Q
This register has two bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in these bytes are associated with the
status of the data received from the Analog Input Modules as follows:
Q
Reg
Bit
Point
Meaning
0
15 (MSB)
0
Status of Analog Input 1, Module 1 (Modbus Register 173AH)
0
14-8
1-7
Status of Analog Input 2-8, Module 1 (Modbus Register 173BH-174IH)
0
7-0
8-15
Status of Analog Input 1-8, Module 2 (Modbus Register 1742H-1749H)
1
15-8
16-23
Status of Analog Input 1-8, Module 3 (Modbus Register 174AH-175IH)
1
7-0
24-31
Status of Analog Input 1-8, Module 4 (Modbus Register 1752H-1759H)
Analog Input Module Data Status:
A bit value of 0 means that the data from this Analog Input Module is not yet valid. Either the
module is not present or has not yet been polled.
A bit value of 1 means that the data from this Analog Input Module has been polled at least once
and is valid.
Example:
Register 06112, Analog Input Modules Data Status, might contain the following data:
Addr
06112
Value
8000H
80H
Bytes
00H
Bits
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Analog Input
1
Module
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Status
OK OK -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Interpretation
Inputs 1-2 of Analog Input Module 1 are valid (Registers 173AH-173BH),
Inputs 3-8 of Analog Input Module 1 are not valid,
Inputs 1-8 of Analog Input Module 2-4 are not valid.
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3.46: Type F46 High Byte of Modbus Register (Signed)
Q
Length: 1 byte
Q
High Byte of Modbus Register, Signed
Q
Range: +127 / -128
Q
Unit: 1
3.47: Type F47 High Byte of Modbus Register (Unsigned)
Q
Length: 1 byte
Q
High Byte of Modbus Register, Unsigned
Q
Range: 255 / 0
Q
Unit: 1
3.48: Type F4 Low Byte of Modbus Register (Signed)
Q
Length: 1 byte
Q
Low Byte of Modbus Register, Signed
Q
Range: +127 / -128
Q
Unit: 1
3.49: Type F49 Low Byte of Modbus Register (Unsigned)
Q
Length: 1 byte
Q
Low Byte of Modbus Register, Unsigned
Q
Range: 255 / 0
Q
Unit: 1
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3.50: Type F50 Two-B
Byte (Signed)
Q
Length: 2 bytes
Q
Two-Byte, Signed
Q
Range: +32,767 / -32,768
Q
Unit: 1
3.51: Type F51 Two-B
Byte (Unsigned)
Q
Length: 2 bytes
Q
Two-Byte, Unsigned
Q
Range: 65,535 / 0
Q
Unit: 1
3.52: Type F52 Four-B
Byte (Signed)
Q
Length: 4 bytes
Q
Four-Byte, Signed
Q
Range: +2,147,483,647 / -2,147,483,648
Q
Unit: 1
3.53: Type F53 Four-B
Byte (Unsigned)
Q
Length: 4 bytes
Q
Four-Byte, Unsigned
Q
Range: 4,294,967,295 / 0
Q
Unit: 1
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3.54: Type F54 Eight-B
Byte (Signed)
Q
Length: 8 bytes
Q
Eight-Byte, Signed
Q
Range: +9,223,372,036,854,775,807 / -9,223,372,036,854,775,808
Q
Unit: 1
3.55: Type F55 Eight-B
Byte (Unsigned)
Q
Length: 8 bytes
Q
Eight-Byte, Unsigned
Q
Range: 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 / 0
Q
Unit: 1
3-36
3.56: Type F56 Flicker Countdowns
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: 65,535 / 0 seconds
Q
Unit: 1 second
Q
This register contains an unsigned integer which is count-down in seconds until the end of a Flicker
interval, Short Term or Long Term.
Example:
Register 06489, Short Term Flicker Countdown, might contain the following data:
Addr
06489
Value
0400H
Decimal
1024
Interpretation
1024 seconds remain until the next Short Term Flicker is computed.
3.57: Type F57 Accumulation in the Interval
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: 465,535 / 0
Q
Unit: VAh, VARh, Wh secondary or pulses
Q
These registers contain a 2-byte unsigned integer.
Example:
Register 06397, Total VA hour (Quadrants 1+2+3+4) in the Interval, Secondary, might contain the
following data:
Addr
06397
Value
0647H
Decimal
1607
VAh Secondary
1607 VAh Secondary
3.58: Type F58 12-b
bit RTU Sanity Register
Q
Length: 1 Register
Q
This register indicates the status of the meter. A normally functioning meter reports a value of
0x00000 or 0. Any non-zero value indicates that the unit is operating improperly.
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3.59: Type F59 12-b
bit RTU Current, Voltage, W, VAR
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: +5A / 0 A, + 150V / 0 V, +1500 W, VAR / -1500 W, VAR
Q
Unit: 5 / 2048 A, 150/2048 V, 1500 / 2048 W, VAR
Q
Each register contains a 16-bit integer. Positive values have the most significant bit clear and have
the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the most significant bit set. The
magnitude of a negative value is found by complementing (inverting) all of the bits and adding 1.
The 16-bit integers have been constrained to the bounds of a signed 12-bit integer, +2047 through 2048.
Example:
Register 53250, Phase A Current, might contain the following data:
Addr
53250
Value
0400H
12-bit Signed Integer (Hex)
400H
Most Significant Bit
0
12-bit Signed Integer (Decimal)
+1024
5 / 2048 A sec
2.500 A sec
Register 53256, Total Watt, might contain the following data:
Addr
53256
Value
FC00H
12-bit Signed Integer (Hex)
C00H
Most Significant Bit
1
Complement
3FFH
Increment
400H
12-bit Signed Integer (Decimal)
-1024
150-0/2048 W sec
-750 W sec
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3.60: Type F60 Energy Counter
Q
Length: 2 Registers (4 bytes)
Q
Range: +99,999,999 / 0 or 0 / -99,999,999 kWh, kVARh
Q
Unit: 1 kWh, kVARh
Q
Each pair of registers represents an Energy Counter in primary. Each register contains a value from
0 to 9,999 (0x00000 - 0x0270F), representing 4 digits of an Energy Counter. The first register is in
units of 10’s of MegaWatthour or Mega VARhour. The second register is in units of kilo Watthour
or kilo VARhour. Combined, the pair of registers report up to 100 GWh primary of energy.
Example:
Registers 53267-53268, Positive Watthour, might contain the following data:
Addr
53267
53268
Value (Hex)
04D2H
162EH
Value (Decimal)
1234
5678
Digit
1
Unit
2
3
G
kWh primary
4
5
6
M
7
8
k
12,345,678 kWh primary
3.61: Type F61 12-b
bit RTU Frequency
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: 75 Hz / 45 Hz
Q
Unit: 30 / 4096 Hz
Q
This register contains a 16-bit unsigned integer. The 16-bit integer has been constrained to the
bounds of an unsigned 12-bit integer, 4095 to 0. The Frequency represented by this register is offset
by 45 Hz.
Example:
Register 53250, Phase A Current, might contain the following data:
Addr
53250
Value
0810H
12-bit Unsigned Integer (Hex)
810H
12-bit Unsigned Integer (Decimal)
+2058
30 /4096 A sec
15.073 Hz
+45 Hz Offset
60.073 Hz
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3.62: Type F62 Scaled Pulse Accumulation, Aggregation or Average
Q
Length: 4 Registers (8 bytes)
Q
Range: +9,223,372,036,854,776,807 / -9,223,372,036,854,776,808
Q
Unit: 1 Unit
Q
This register contains an 8-byte signed (2’s complement) number. Positive values have the most
significant bit clear and have the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the
most significant bit set. The magnitude of a negative value is found by complementing (inverting)
all of the bits and adding 1.
Q
Type F62 does not use the multiplier from the Energy Scale Settings from the EPM Device Profile.
It uses the multiplier from the EPM Internal Input Pulse Accumutions Setup screen (Device Profile
> Revenue & Energy Settings > Pulse Accumulations).
Example:
Registers 05834 - 05837, Block Window Average Aggregation 1, might contain the following
data:
Addr
05834
05835
05836
05837
Value
0000H
0000H
0001H
2345H
8 byte Signed Integer
00000000000012345H
Most Significan Bit
0
Decimal
+74565
Accumulated Transitions
+74,565 Units
Registers 05834- 05837, Block Window Average Aggregation 1, might contain the following
data:
Addr (Hex)
05834
05835
05836
05837
Value
FFFFH
FFFFH
FFFEH
DCBBH
8 byte Signed Integer
FFFFFFFFFFFEDCBBH
Most Significan Bit
1
Complement
0000000000012344H
Increment
0000000000012345H
Decimal
-74565
Accumulated Transitions
-74,565 Units
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3.63: Type F63 Log Index
Q
Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
Q
Range: 65,535 / 0
Q
Unit: 1 Unit
Q
This register contains a 2-byte MSB unsigned integer, which represents the First or Last Index for a
given Log. First Indexes represent the Index of the First (Oldest) record in a log. Last Indexes
represent the Index of the Last (Newest) record in a log. The value of 0x0FFFF for the Last Index
indicates that the log is empty.
3.64: Type F64 Scaled Energy
Q
Length: 2 Registers (4 bytes)
Q
Range: 99 / 0 through 999,999,999 / 0 (variable, 2-9 digits)
Q
Unit: 10-7 through 106 units (variable)
Q
This register contains an 4-byte signed integer. The range and resolution of a given reading is
controlled by programmable Energy Scale Settings, which govern both the range of the reading
(from 2 to 9 digits) and the units of the reading (from 7 decimal places of Wh (10-7) to no decimal
places of MWh (106). Refer to Type F65 for a description of the Scaled Energy Programmable
Setting (Device Profile > Revenue & Energy Settings > Energy Scaling).
Example:
Registers 06912-06913, Total VAh (Quadrant 1+2+3+4) Scaled Primary, might contain the following
data:
Address
06912
06913
Value
075BH
CD15H
4-byte Hex
075HCD15H
Decimal
123,456,789
If the Programmable Settings indicated 5 decimal places of WH, then the interpreted value would be
1,234.56789 Wh.
If the Programmable Settings indicated 0 decimal places of MWh, then the interpreted value would
be 123,456,789 MWh.
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3.65: Type F65 Scaled Energy Setting
Q
Length: 1/2 a Register (1 byte)
Q
Each register contains 2 bytes. Each byte contains settings for a base quantity. The format of a byte
is as follows:
Bit
7
Meaning
6
5
4
Digits
3
2
Unit
1
0
Decimal Places
Digits is a 3-bit field, which is offset by 2 to represent from 2 to 9 displayable digits.
Unit is a 2-bit field, where the values from 0 to 2 represent units of Wh (100), k (103) and M (106).
The value 3 is undefined and is treated the same as 2, signifying M (106).
Decimal Places is a 3-bit field, where the bits represent from 0 to 7 decimal places.
Examples:
For the following, the Q1234 VAh has a current value internally of 123,456,789.0123 VAh.
Register CA00H
Digits
Hex
Unit
D.P.
Pattern
Reading in Register
1AFFH-1B00H
Hex
Binary
Display
Decimal
20xxH 001 00 000 3 digits VAh, 100
0
xxx VAh 00000315H
789
789 VAh
8BxxH 100 01 011 6 digits kVAh, 103
3
xxx.xxx kVAh 0006F855H
456789
456.789 kvAh
88xxH 100 01 000 6 digits kVAh, 103
0
xxxxxx kVAh 0001E240H
123456
123,456 kVAh
93xxH 100 10 011 6 digits MVAh, 106
3
xxx.xxx MVAh 0001E240H
123456
123.456 MVAh
72xxH 011 10 010 5 digits MVAh, 106
2
xxx.xx MVAh 00003039H
12345
123.45 MVAh
C2xxH 110 00 010 8 digits VAh, 100
2
Q
xxxxxx.xx VAh 02B90135H 45678901 456,789.01 VAh
The Scaled Energy Programmable Setting can be accessed by clicking:
Device Profile > Revenue & Energy Settings > Energy Scaling.
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3.66: Type 66 TOU Upload Calendar Window Locked to Port
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Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
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When read, this register contains an enumeration indicating to which port the TOU Upload Calendar
Window is locked. The enumeration is as follows:
0x00000
0x00001
0x00002
0x00003
0x00004
0x000FF
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Port 4 (I/O)
Port 3
Port 2
Port 1 (RS232/RS485)
Diagnostic Port
Not locked to any port
Writing the value 0x00000 to this register requests the TOU Upload Calendar Window to be locked
to that port.
Example:
Register 36607, TOU Upload Calendar Window Locked to Port, might contain the following data:
Address
36607
Value
0002H
Decimal
2
Meaning
TOU Calendar Upload Window is
Locked to Port 2.
3.67: Type 67 K-F
Factor
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Length: 1 Register (2 bytes)
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Range: +327.67 / - 327.68
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Unit: 0.01
This register contains a 16-bit signed (2's complement) number. Positive values have the most
significant bit clear and have the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the
most significant bit set. The magnitude of a negative value is found by complementing (inverting)
all of the bits and adding 1.
Example:
Register 00390, Maximum K-Factor Phase A Current, might contain the following data:
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Example:
Register 00390, Maximum K-Factor Phase A Current, might contain the following data:
Address
00390
Value
08BBH
Most significant bit
0
Decimal
+2235
K-Factor
+22.35
Register 0185H, Maximum K-Factor Phase A Current, might contain the following data:
Address
00390
Value
F745H
Most significan bit
1
Complement
08BAH
Increment
08BBH
Decimal
-2235
K-Factor
-22.35
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Chapter 4
Modbus Register Map Notes
4.1: Modbus Register Map Notes
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The information in this chapter refers to the Register Map’s “Notes” column.
1)
Time information can be supplied from one of two different sources, an internal Real Time Clock or
an external GPS Clock. The internal Real Time Clock is a chip containing its own battery, which is
used to maintain the passage of time when the EPM unit is without operational power. It is similar
to those used in PCs and it reports time accurate to the second. The external GPS clock is
supported through an IRIG-B connection, allowing synchronization and accuracy to the hundredth
of a second (10 milliseconds).
2)
These registers, when read, always report the time as reported by the EPM unit, either from the
internal Real Time Clock or the external GPS Clock. Values written here for the purpose of
updating the internal Real Time Clock are not read back.
3)
These values are calculated by the EPM Comm Processor, as part of the Waveform Capture
function. These values are only calculated if the EPM device has Waveform Logging Capability.
4)
Phase Voltages are in secondary Volts. To convert this value into primary Volts, multiply by the
Phase Voltage PT Ratio, composed of the Phase Voltage PT Ratio Numerator and Denominator
(Registers 45916 - 45917 and 45918 - 45919).
5)
Auxiliary Voltage is in secondary Volts. To convert this value into primary Volts, multiply by the
Auxiliary Voltage PT Ratio, composed of the Auxiliary Voltage PT Ratio Numerator and
Denominator (Registers 45920 - 45921 and 45922 - 45923).
6)
Phase and Calculated Neutral Currents are in secondary Amps. To convert this value into primary
Amps, multiply by the Phase Current CT Ratio, composed of the Phase Current CT Ratio
Numerator and Denominator (Registers 45908 - 45909 and 45910 - 45911).
7)
Measured Neutral Current is in secondary Amps. To convert this value into primary Amps, multiply
by the Auxiliary Current CT Ratio, composed of the Auxiliary Current CT Ratio Numerator and
Denominator (Registers 45912 - 45913 and 45914 - 45915).
8)
Measured Neutral is the RMS produced by samples from a CT around the Neutral Line and
connected to the Neutral current terminals of the EPM9650. Calculated Neutral is the RMS
produced by adding the three Phase Current samples together and treating the result as a sample of
the neutral line.
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9)
VA, VAR and Watts are in secondary. To convert this value into primary VA, VAR or Watts,
multiply by the Phase Voltage PT Ratio, composed of the Phase Voltage PT Ratio Numerator and
Denominator (Registers 45916 - 45917 and 45918 - 45919) and by the Phase Current CT Ratio,
composed of the Phase Current CT Ratio Numerator and Denominator (Registers 45908 - 45909
and 45910 - 45911).
10) VAhour, VARhour and Watthour are in secondary. To convert this value into primary VA, VAR or
Watts, multiply by the Phase Voltage PT Ratio, composed of the Phase Voltage PT Ratio Numerator
and Denominator (Registers 45920 – 45921 and 45922 – 45923) and by the Phase Current CT
Ratio, composed of the Auxiliary Current CT Ratio Numerator and Denominator (Registers
45912 – 45913 and 45914 – 45915).
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Chapter 5
Logs, Port Control and Updating Programmable Settings
5.1: Downloading Logs - Overview
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A Modbus Master uses a Log Window consisting of 64 Registers to retrieve logs from an EPM
Slave. A log is divided into numbered sections called Indexes, which are transferred through the Log
Window in sequence. Each of the EPM Monitor’s four ports act independently, allowing multiple
Modbus Masters access to all the retrievable data in an EPM Slave.
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Downloading any log involves the following types of Registers:
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Log Snapshot Header: Header blocks for the different logs begin at Register 36865: This block of
Registers holds the following information about the log:
—Memory Size: 4-byte unsigned integers representing the amount of memory, in bytes, allocated to
the log.
—Record Size: an unsigned integer representing the size, in bytes, of a record in the log.
—First Index: an unsigned integer representing the index of the first (oldest) record in the log.
—Last Index: an unsigned integer representing the index of the last (newest) record in the log.
The value FFFFH indicates that the log is empty.
—First Time Stamp: These Registers hold the time stamp from the first (oldest) record in
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Range
0 – 255
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 99
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
—Last Time Stamp: These Registers hold the time stamp from the last (newest) record in the Log.
The byte order and description are the same for the first time stamp.
—Valid Bitmap: These Registers hold the bit flags indicating whether the EPM Slave recognizes
the lines in the Historical Log Settings block (the block beginning at Register 45204). The first bit
represents the validity of the last Data Pointer in the Historical Log Settings. A value of 1 means
the Data Pointer is acceptable and can be stored. A value of 0 means that the Data Pointer is
invalid or unrecognized and can not be stored.
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—Max Records: an unsigned integer representing the total number of records the log is capable
of holding. In order to maintain a one-for-one relationship in parallel logs (Sequence of Events
State and Sequence of Events Snapshot logs, for example), the maximum number of records that a
log can store is defined by the log that holds the fewest records. Logs capable of holding more
records are restricted.
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Window Index tells the Modbus Master which 128-byte section of the log the Window is using to
retrieve the log. The block of Window Index Registers for the different logs begin at 38145. When
the Modbus Master writes a new value to the Window Index, a new section of the log will fill the
Window. For example, when the Index is 0000H, the first 128 bytes of the log are available in the
Window; when the Index is 0001H, the second 128 bytes of the log are available in the Window, and
so on. The designation “first 128 bytes of the log” is a physical description based on the absolute
addresses of the memory allocated to the log. The first (oldest) record in the log may not be located
at the beginning of the log.
—When a value other than FFFFH is written to the Window Index, the Index is updated and the log
is paused, preventing the addition of new records while the log is accessed. A 30-second timer is
initiated on these writes. Should the timer expire (a new index is not written within 30 seconds),
the log will continue logging.
—Should multiple ports access the same log simultaneously, the log will pause while any 30second timer is running. The log will continue logging only when all ports time-out or write
FFFFH to their Index Register.
—When read, the Window Index returns the number of the Index currently in use by the Window.
When written, the Window Index sets a new Index for the Window to retrieve the log.
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Window Mode defines the two available modes the Window may use to retrieve a log; Download
Mode and Time Stamp Mode. The Window Mode block begins at Register 38209.
—Download Mode: In Download Mode, the Log Window accesses consecutive 128-byte blocks of
the log. For example, when the Window Index is 0000H, the first 128 bytes of the log are
available in the Window; when the Index is 0001H, the second 128 bytes of the log are available
in the Window. The designation “first 128 bytes of the log” is a physical description based on the
absolute addresses of the memory allocated to the log. The first (oldest) record in the log may not
be located at the beginning of the log.
—Time Stamp Mode:. In Time Stamp Mode, the Log Window access the time stamps of the
records in blocks of 16 time stamps at a time. When the Window Index is 0000H, the time stamps
of the first 16 records (records 0–15) in the log are available in the Window; when the Window
Index is 0001H, the time stamps of the second 16 records (records 16–31) in the log are available
in the Window, and so on. The designation “first 128 bytes of the log” is a physical description
based on the absolute addresses of the memory allocated to the log. The first (oldest) record in the
log may not be located at the beginning of the log.
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Log Window: The Log Window is a 64-register, 128-byte view of a log. The Window Index defines
which part of a log is currently available in the Window. Log Windows begin at Register 38273.
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Log Reset: This Register (located at 57345), when written to, causes all logs to be cleared. This
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action should be performed only under the following two circumstances:
—When the programmable settings are modified, such that data already in the logs is invalidated.
For example, any modifications involving the record size or organization of the contents of a
snapshot would require the logs to be cleared of any previous data.
—When the Run-Time code is upgraded, resulting in one of the following: a redefinition of the
layout or meaning of the programmable settings or in altered behavior or capabilities of the logs.
—Note: This action should be performed automatically by software in either of these cases, and
should not be an action directly available to the user.
5.1.1: Steps for Downloading a Log
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The steps below outline the process for downloading a log. Details and examples for downloading
time stamps and records follow in Sections 5.1.2 and 5.1.3.
1. Read the EPM Programmable Settings Block (Registers 45057–53248). This information will
be used to interpret the data retrieved from the log.
2. Pause the log by writing an initial, non-FFFFH value to the Log Window Index Register.
3. Read and store the Log Header information.
4. Determine the starting Window Index and Window offset.
5. Determine the largest Window Index and Window offset.
6. Determine the ending Window Index and Window offset.
7. Set the Window Mode to Download Mode.
8. Set the Log Window Index to the starting Window Index.
9. Read the Window from starting offset to the end of the Window.
10. Increment the Window Index.
11. Read the Window from beginning to end.
12. Repeat steps 10 and 11 until the largest or ending Window Index is reached.
—If the largest is reached, go to step 13.
—If the ending is reached, go to step 15.
13. Read window from beginning up to (but not including) the largest offset.
14. Set Window Index to 0. Go to step 12.
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15. Read Window from the beginning up to (but not including) the ending offset.
16. Un-pause the log by writing FFFFH to the Log Window Index Register.
5.1.2: Downloading Time Stamps with Examples
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The following steps detail the process for downloading time stamps from a log, using values from
Historical Log 1 as an example.
1. Read the EPM Programmable Settings Block (Registers 45057–53248).
2. Pause the log by writing an initial, non-FFFFH value to the Log Window Index Register.
Example: Write 0000H to the Window Index for Historical Log 1, Register 38145.
3. Read and store the Log Header information.
Example: Historical Log 1 Snapshot Header
Address
36865–36866
36867
36868
36869
36870–36873
36874–36877
35878–36881
36882
Description
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Memory Size
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Record Size
Historical Log 1 Snapshot First Index
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Last Index
Historical Log 1 Snapshot First Time Stamp
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Last Time Stamp
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Valid Bitmap
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Max Records
Example Value
1851392
64
501
500
7/10/99 12:32:00.000
7/30/99 14:40:00.000
FFFC 0000
28928
4. Determine the starting Window Index and starting Window Offset using these formulas:
Starting Window Index = Int([8 x First Index]/128).
Starting Window Offset = (8 x First Index) % 128.
Example:
Starting Window Index: Int (8 x 501/128) = Int (31.3125) = 31.
Starting Window Offset: (8 x 501) % 128 = 40.
5. Determine the largest Window Index and the largest Window Offset using these formulas:
Largest Window Index = Int ([8 x Max Records]/128).
Largest Window Offset = (8 x Max Records) % 128.
Example:
Largest Window Index = Int([8 x 28928]/128) = Int(1808) = 1808
Largest Window Offset = (8 x 28928) % 128 = 0
6. Determine the ending Window Index and the ending Window Offset using these formulas:
Ending Window Index = Int([8 x {Last Index + 1}]/128)
Ending Window Offset = (8 x [Last Index +1]) % 128
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Example:
Ending Window Index = Int([8 x {500 + 1}]/128 = Int(31.3125) = 31
Ending Window Offset = (8 x [500 + 1]) % 128 = 40
7. Set the Window Mode to Download Mode by writing the Download Mode code (0000H) to the
Log Window Mode Register.
Example:
Write the value 0000H to the Window Mode for Historical Log 1, Register 38209.
8. Set the Window Index to the Starting Window Index.
Example:
Write the value 31 (001FH) to the Historical Log 1 Window Index, Register 38145.
9. Read Window from starting offset to end of Window:
Starting offset = First Register of Window + (starting Window offset/2).
Example:
38273 + (40/2) = 38293
Read from 38293 – 38336.
10.Increment the Window Index.
Example:
Write the value 32 (0020H) to the Historical Log 1 Window Index, Register 38145.
11.Read the Window from beginning to end.
Example:
Read the Historical Log 1 Window from Register 38273 to 38336.
12.Repeat steps 10 and 11 until the Largest or Ending Window Index is reached.
—If the Largest Window Index is reached, go to step 13.
—If the Ending Window Index is reached, go to step 15.
Example:
If Window Index = 1808, go to step 13. If Window Index = 31, go to step 15.
13.Read Window from beginning up to (but not including) the Largest Offset.
Largest Offset = First Register of Window + (largest Window offset/2).
Example: (Index = 1808).
38273 + (0/2) = 38273.
Read from 38273 up to 38273; therefore, read nothing.
14. Set Window Index to 0. Go to step 12.
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Example:
Write the value 0 (0000H) to the Window Index Historical Log 1, Register 38145.
15. Read Window from the beginning up to (but not including) the Ending Offset.
Ending Offset = First Register of Window + (Ending Window Offset/2).
Example: (Index = 31).
38273 +40/2 = 38293.
Read from 38273 up to (but not including) 38293; therefore, read 38273 – 38292.
16. Un-pause the log by writing FFFFH to the Window Index.
Example:
Write the value FFFFH to the Window Index for Historical Log 1, Register 38145.
5.1.3: Downloading Records with Examples
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The following steps detail the process for downloading records from a log, using values from an
Historical Log 1 as an example.
1. Read the EPM Programmable Settings Block (Registers 45057–53248).
2. Pause the log by writing an initial, non-FFFFH value to the Log Window Index Register.
Example: Write 0000H to the Window Index for Historical Log 1, Register 38145.
3. Read and store the Log Header information.
Example: Historical Log 1 Snapshot Header
Address
Description
36865–36866
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Memory Size
36867
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Record Size
36868
Historical Log 1 Snapshot First Index
36869
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Last Index
36870–36873
Historical Log 1 Snapshot First Timestamp
36874–36877
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Last Timestamp
36878–36881
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Valid Bitmap
36882
Historical Log 1 Snapshot Max Records
Example Value
1851392
64
501
500
7/10/99 12:32:00.000
7/30/99 14:40:00.000
FFFC 0000
28928
4. Determine the starting Window Index and starting Window Offset using these formulas:
Starting Window Index = Int([Record Size x First Index]/128).
Starting Window Offset = (Record Size x First Index) % 128.
Example:
Starting Window Index: Int(64 x 501/128) = Int (250.5) = 250.
Starting Window offset: (64 x 501) % 128 = 64.
5. Determine the largest Window Index and the largest Window Offset using these formulas:
Largest Window Index = Int([Record Size x Max Records]/128).
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Largest Window Offset = (Record Size x Max Records) % 128.
Example:
Largest Window Index = Int([64 x 28928]/128) = Int(14464) = 14464.
Largest Window Offset = (64 x 28928) % 128 = 0.
6. Determine the ending Window Index and the ending Window offset using these formulas:
Ending Window Index = Int([Record Size x {Last Index + 1}]/128).
Ending Window Offset = (Record Size x [Last Index +1]) % 128.
Example:
Ending Window Index = Int([64 x {500 + 1}]/128 = Int(250.5) = 250.
Ending Window Offset = (64 x [500 + 1]) % 128 = 64.
7. Set the Window Mode to Download Mode by writing the Download Mode code (0000H) to the
Log Window Mode Register.
Example:
Write the value 0000H to the Window Mode for Historical Log 1, Register 38209.
8. Set the Window Index to the Starting Window Index.
Example:
Write the value 250 (00FAH) to the Historical Log 1 Window Index, Register 38145.
9. Read Window from starting offset to end of Window:
Starting offset = First Register of Window + (starting Window offset/2).
Example:
38273 + (64/2) = 38305.
Read from 38305 – 38356.
10. Increment the Window Index.
Example:
Write the value 251 (00FBH) to the Historical Log 1 Window Index, Register 38145.
11. Read the Window from beginning to end.
Example:
Read the Historical Log 1 Window from Register 38273 to 38336.
12. Repeat steps 10 and 11 until the largest or ending Window Index is reached.
—If the largest Window Index is reached, go to step 13.
—If the ending Window Index is reached, go to step 15.
Example:
If Window Index = 14464, go to step 13.
If Window Index = 250, go to step 15.
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13. Read Window from beginning up to (but not including) the Largest Offset.
Largest Offset = First Register of Window + (Largest Window Offset/2).
Example: (Index = 14464).
38273 + (0/2) = 38273.
Read from 38273 up to 38273; therefore, read nothing.
14. Set Window Index to 0. Go to step 12.
Example:
Write the value 0 (0000H) to the Window Index Historical Log 1, Register 38145.
15. Read Window from the beginning up to (but not including) the ending offset.
Ending offset = First Register of Window + (ending Window offset/2).
Example: (Index = 250).
38273 + 64/2 = 38305.
Read from 38272 up to (but not including) 38304; therefore, read 38273 – 38304.
16. Un-pause the log by writing FFFFH to the Window Index.
Example:
Write the value FFFFH to the Window Index for Historical Log 1, Register 38145.
5.1.4: Downloading Logs with Auto Index and Modbus Extensions
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Auto Incrementing Interface
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Auto Increment Configuration (Register 39423, 0x099FE)
When read, this register returns the configuration in use by the Auto Increment Log Window, below,
to access logs on this port. When written, this register sets the configuration used by the Auto
Increment Log Window, below, to access logs on this port. Each port accesses a separate, independent configuration through this register allowing all four ports to access logs with different
configurations.
The least significant byte indicates which log is being accessed. The appropriate values are:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007
0x008
0x009
0x00A
Historical Log 1
Historical Log 2
Sequence of Events State Log
Sequence of Events Snapshot Log
Digital Input State Log
Digital Input Snapshot Log
Digital Output State Log
Digital Output Snapshot Log
Flicker Log
Waveform Trigger Log
System Event Log
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0x00B
0x00C
0x00D
0x00E-0x0FF
Waveform Sample Log
PQ Log
Reset Log
Undefined
The most significant byte defines the following modes, Paused Download Mode (0x000), and
Running Download Mode (0x001).
In Paused Download mode (0x000), the log being accessed is paused - new records are not added to
the log while it is paused.
In Running Download mode (0x001), the log being accessed is not paused - new records may be
added to the log. When downloading in this mode, it is possible that records may be overwritten
before, or even during, access to that record.
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Auto Increment Window Index (0x099FF)
When read, this register returns the index used by the Auto Increment Log Window, below, to access
logs on this port. When written, this register sets the index used by the Auto Increment Log
Window, below, to access logs on this port. Each port accesses a separate, independent index
through this register, allowing all four ports to access different areas of logs at the same time.
When read, the index is incremented before being returned in the Modbus response. If the Auto
Increment Mode is Paused Download Mode (0x001xx in register 0x099FE), the appropriate log is
paused, preventing the addition of new records while the log is being accessed. A 30-second timer
is initiated on these reads. Should the timer run out (the index is not incremented/read in 30 seconds), the appropriate log will be allowed to continue logging.
When a value of 0x0FFFF is written to this register, this signifies that the port is finished accessing
the appropriate log, and the 30-second timer is canceled and the appropriate log will be allowed to
continue logging.
Should multiple ports access the same log simultaneously, the log will be paused while either
30-second timer is running; the log will be allowed to continue logging only when both ports
time-out or write 0x0FFFF to their index register.
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Auto Increment Log Window (0x09A3F)
These registers are a 128-byte window into a log, as specified in the Auto Increment Configuration
(register 0x099FE). Depending on the Auto Increment Window Index, a different 128-byte area of a
log can be accessed.
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Download using Auto Increment Window Sequence
1. Software should select the appropriate Download mode and log through the Auto Increment
Configuration register (0x000xx or 0x001xx to register 0x099FE).
2. Software should read the appropriate Header Information.
3. Software should initialize the window index by writing a value 1 less than the desired starting
index to the Auto Increment Window Index register (Example: To start at window 0, write
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0x0FFFF to Register 0x099FF).
4. Software should store the Historical Log 1 Header Information.
5. Software should read the Auto Increment Window Index and Auto Increment Log Window
(Registers 0x099FF-0x09A3F)
6. Software should verify the expected value for the Auto Increment Window Index.
7. Software should store the first 128 bytes of the log from the Auto Increment Log Window.
Repeat steps 5-7 until the desired amount of the log has been read and stored. The Number of
Reads of the Window can be determined by dividing the Total Memory in the Log (registers
0x09000 -0x09001) by the Window Size (128 bytes).
8. Software should release the pause on the log (0x0FFFF to 0x099FF).
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Download using Auto Increment Window Sequence and Function Code 35
1. Software should select the appropriate Download mode and log through the Auto Increment
Configuration register (0x000xx or 0x001xx to register 0x099FE).
2. Software should read the appropriate Header Information.
3. Software should initialize the window index by writing a value 1 less then the desired starting
index to the Auto Increment Window Index register (to start at window 0, write 0x0FFFF to
register 0x099FF).
4. Software should store the Historical Log 1 Header Information.
5. Software should read the Auto Increment Window Index and Auto Increment Log Window
(registers 0x099FF-0x09A3F) n times using the non-standard Modbus Function Code 35
(0x023) Read Holding Registers Multiple Times.
6. Software should verify the expected values for the Auto Increment Window Index.
7. Software should store the each 128 bytes of the log from the Auto Increment Log Window.
Repeat steps 5-7 until the desired amount of the log has been read and stored. The number of Reads
of the Window can be determined by dividing the Total Memory in the Log (registers 0x09000 0x09001) by the Window Size (128 bytes), and again by dividing by the Number of Repeats being
used with Function Code 35.
8. Software should release the pause on the log (0x0FFFF to 0x099FF).
5.2: Port Locking - Overview
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At times it may be necessary for a Master connected to one port of an EPM device to communicate
directly to a Slave device connected to a different port of the same device. For example, software
on a computer connected to Port 1 of a device might need to change settings on an external device
connected to Port 4 of the device. To accomodate this need, the following steps allow a Master to
control the Transmit and Receive buffers of another port.
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To prevent contention, one Master at a time may control a given port. This is referred to as
“Locking a Port”. If Port 1 is controlling Port 4, no other ports may control Port 4 until Port 1 is
finished.
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5.2.1: Sequence for Port Locking
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To lock a port, follow the steps below:
1. Determine the port to which the Modbus Master is currently attached: Register 65411.
2. Determine that the desired port is currently unlocked: Registers 41730 – 41732.
3. Write to lock the desired port: write 0100H – 0104H to Register 41729.
4. Verify that the port is successfully locked: Registers 41730 – 41732.
5. Read the current states of the pointers: 41733 – 41752.
5.2.2: Transmission
1. Decide which transmit buffer to use: Registers 43265, 43521, 43777, 44033, 44289.
2. Find the current position of the TrmIn pointer: Registers 41735, 41739, 41743, 41747, 41751.
3. Add bytes to the transmit buffer starting at the position indexed by the TrmIn pointer up to the
position before that indexed by the TrmOut pointer.
4. Write the new value for the TrmIn pointer (the position after the last byte added) to the TrmIn
pointer.
5.2.3: Reception
1. Decide which receive buffer to use: 41985, 42241, 42497, 42753, 43009.
2. Find the current position of the RecOut pointer: 41734, 41738, 41742, 41746, 41750.
3. Read bytes starting at the position after that indexed by the RecOut pointer, up to the position
before the position indexed by the RecIn pointer.
4. Write the new value for the RecOut pointer (the position of the last byte read) to the RecOut
pointer.
5.2.4: Port Unlocking Sequence
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To unlock a port, follow the steps below:
1. Empty the receive buffer (RecOut written so it is the position before RecIn).
2. Write to unlock the desired port: write 0200H – 0204H to Register 41729.
3. Verify that the port is successfully unlocked: Registers 41730 – 41732.
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5.3: Updating Programmable Settings - Overview
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Programmable settings in the EPM meter are stored in FLASH. With FLASH, bytes are not
rewritable; the entire sector must be erased and rewritten.
5.3.1: Sequence for Updating Programmable Settings
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Device Address and Communication Settings should be as programmed for the port in use.
1. Verify a device is connected at the appropriate address, protocol and communications settings.
2. Check the EPM Comm Operation Indicator (Register 65409), verifying that it is in Normal
Operation.
3. Transmit the Reset to FLASH Operation, Programmed Communications Settings command:
write 0101H to Register 65410.
4. Poll the EPM Comm Operation Indicator and FLASH sequence number (Registers 65409 and
65410) until it returns that the unit is in FLASH Operation and notes the initial FLASH
sequence number.
5. Transmit the Lock Port command: write 0000H to Register 65410.
6. Poll for the next FLASH sequence and an Action Passed status: Register 65410.
7. Verify that it is the port that is locked into FLASH operation: Register 65411.
8. Transmit the “Erase the Programmable Settings Block” command: write 0003H to Register
65410.
9. Poll the next FLASH sequence and an Action Passed status: Register 65410.
10. Write a line from the Programmable Settings HEX file (FFH padded) to the EPM Comm
FLASH Programmable Settings Hex Line Registers: 65473 – 65482.
11. Poll the next FLASH sequence and an Action Passed status: Register 65410.
12. Repeat steps 10 and 11 until whole HEX file processed.
13. Transmit the “Calculate the Programmable Settings Checksum” command: write 0004H to
Register 65410.
14. Upgrade software polls for the next FLASH sequence and an Action Passed status (Register
65410).
15. Upgrade software reads the EPM Comm FLASH Programmable Settings Checksum (Register
65413).
16. If the checksum is correct, upgrade software writes the Correct Checksum to the EPM Comm
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FLASH Programmable Settings Checksum (Register 65413).
17. Upgrade software transmits the Reset to Normal Operation Command (writes 0100H to
Register 65410).
18. Upgrade software polls EPM Comm Operation Indicator (Register 65409) until it returns that
the unit is in Normal Operation.
Note: Register 00001 in our mapping is equivalent to 40001 in most third party polling packages
and RTUs.
5.4: Modifications to Time of Use
Time of Use had provided delta values computed at two time rates - Monthly and Seasonally. The
following modifications will be provided in the EPM 9650 and 9800 meters.
The functionality of what had been the Current Season/Prior Season registers are being altered to
provide options of Seasonal, Monthly, Weekly, Daily or Hourly behavior. As such, they will no
longer be properly called Current Season or Prior Season. Depending on the storage rate chosen, the
"Current Season" will be referred to as the "Active Season", "Active Week", etc, while the "Prior
Season" will be referred to as the "Frozen Season", "Frozen Week", etc. This will not change the
operation of the "Current Month" or "Prior Month" registers, which will continue to operate
according to the Monthly Billing Dates entered in the Time of Use calendar.
Additionally, a new capability is being added to the behavior of both the Current Month and Active
registers when a new period starts. In the previous implementation, the Current Month or Current
Season registers are cleared at the start of a new month or season. This is being altered to allow the
option of not clearing at the start of a new period.
The following settings are being added to the Time of Use Calendars:
Register
35730 (0x08B91)
35731 (0x08B92)
Q
Meaning
Clear on new period / Freeze Period Selection
Weekly Freeze day of week / Freeze Hour
Clear on New Period / Freeze Period Selection
The most significant byte indicates whether the Current Monthly and Active registers should clear
when a new period starts. The value 0x000 indicates that they should clear, compatible with the
previous implementation, while the values 0x001 - 0x0FF indicate that they should continue the
Current Month or Active registers where the Prior Month or Frozen registers left off.
The least significant byte indicates the period to use for the Active and Frozen registers (what had
been the Current and Previous Season registers).
Value
0x000
0x001
Meaning
Seasonal
Weekly
5-13
0x002
0x003
0x004-0x0FF
Daily
Hourly
Undefined, behaves as Seasonal
Seasonal operation freezes the Active registers at the selected hour of the day four times a year. The
hour to freeze at is entered as the Freeze Hour, described below, while the four days to freeze at are
the previously defined Season Start Times.
Weekly operation freezes the Active registers at the selected hour of the day once a week. The hour
to freeze at is entered as the Freeze Hour, described below, while the day of the week (Sunday,
Tuesday, etc.) is entered as the Weekly Freeze day of week, also described below.
Daily operation freezes the Active registers at the selected hour of the day once a day. The hour to
freeze at is entered as the Freeze Hour, described below.
Hourly Operation freezes the Active registers once an hour at the top of the hour.
Q
Weekly Freeze Day of Week / Freeze Hour
The most significant byte indicates the day of the week to freeze the Active registers if configured
for Weekly freezes. Legal values are from 1-7 (0x001 - 0x007), indicating operation on Sunday
through Saturday. All other values will cause operation on Sunday.
The least significant byte indicates the hour of the day at which to freeze the Active registers if
configured for Seasonal, Monthly, Weekly or Daily freezes. Valid values are from 0-23 (0x000 0x017), indicating from midnight through 11 PM. All other values cause operation at midnight. All
freezes take place at the top of the selected hour.
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5.5: Calibration Interface
Q
Manual Adjustment Interface
Modbus Register
Address
Decimal
Dual Port
Address
Name
Hex
57349
0x0E004
0x00083
Select Voltage 120V Gain (240V if 300V Option)
57350
0x0E005
0x00084
Select Current 150mA Gain (30mA if Class 2 Option)
57351
0x0E006
0x00085
Select Current 250mA Gain (50mA if Class 2 Option)
57352
0x0E007
0x00086
Select Current 500mA Gain (100mA if Class 2 Option)
57353
0x0E008
0x00087
Select Current 1A Gain (200mA if Class 2 Option)
57354
0x0E009
0x00088
Select Current 2.5A Gain (200mA if Class 2 Option)
57355
0x0E00A 0x00089
Select Current 5A Gain (1A if Class 2 Option)
57356
0x0E00B 0x0008A
Autocalibrate the above gain point on all phases
57357
0x0E00C 0x0008B
Increment selected calibration value for A Phase
57358
0x0E00D 0x0008C Decrement selected calibration value for A Phase
57359
0x0E00E 0x0008D Increment selected caliabration value for B Phase
57360
0x0E00F 0x0008E
Decrement selected calibration value for B Phase
57361
0x0E010
0x0008F
Increment selected calibration value for C Phase
57362
0x0E011
0x00090
Decrement selected calibration value for C Phase
57363
0x0E012
0x00091
Increment selected calibration value for X Phase
57364
0x0E013
0x00092
Decrement selected calibration value for X Phase
57365
0x0E014
0x00093
Enter Calibration Mode
57366
0x0E015
0x00094
Manual Calibration of Gains
57367
0x0E016
0x00095
First Time CTPT Compensation selection
57368
0x0E017
0x00096
Manual Calibration of Phase Compensation
57369
0x0E018
0x00097
Increment/Decrement by 1 count
57370
0x0E019
0x00098
Increment/Decrement by 10 counts
57371
0x0E01A 0x00099
Manual Reference Calibration
57372
0x0E01B 0x0009A
Calibration Status Reset
57373
0x0E01C 0x0009B
Select Current 500mA Phase Compensation (100mA if Class 2)
57374
0x0E01D 0x0009C Select Current 1A Phase Compensation (200mA if Class 2)
57375
0x0E01E 0x0009D Select Current 5A Phase Compensation (1A if Class 2)
57376
0x0E01F 0x0009E
Select Current 10A Phase Compensation (2A if Class 2)
57377
0x0E020
0x0009F
Select Current 2.5A Phase Compensation (500mA if Class 2)
57378
0x0E021
0x000A0
Preload CTPT Compensation with Initial Calibration Values
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In the dual port, activation of a function is performed by the communication processor writing the
value 0x0AA to a given location. When acknowledged, the location is cleared to the value 0x055.
By communication, activation of a function is performed by issuing a write (the value is
unimportant) to a given Modbus register. When acknowledged, the register will read 0x00055.
In order to modify any calibration information, it is necessary to enter Calibration Mode.
Calibration Mode is entered by writing to Modbus Address 57365 (0x0E014), which starts a 30
second timer. While in Calibration Mode, bit 3 of the 196 Health Status register is set. It is only
while in Calibration Mode that all of the other above features will operate. This register can either
be written to prior to each and every above listed action, or continuously at a rate more frequent
than every 30 seconds.
The Manual Reference Calibration instructs the meter to test the voltage levels provided by the
reference chip. This is used to adjust for gradual changes in offset and gain as a function of time or
temperature. Reference Calibrations are automatically performed every 12 hours, or when the
internal temperature changes by more than 1.5 degrees C after at least 15 minutes from the previous
reference calibration.
The meter contains two sets of calibration tables - a Factory Table, and a Customer Configurable
Table for CTPT Compensation. Operation with CTPT Compensation can only take place if CTPT
Compensation is enabled in the Programmable Settings and if a valid CTPT Compensation
Calibration has been performed; otherwise, the factory calibration is used. If the CTPT
Compensation factors are being used, then bit 4 of the 196 Health Status register is set.
In order to perform the first CTPT Compensation Calibration procedure, the Programmable Setting
must be enabled and Modbus Register 57365 (0x0E014) must be written. This activates CTPT
Compensation Calibration, even though a valid calibration has not yet been performed. Next,
Initial Values must be provided by writing to Modbus Register 57367 (0x0E016).
The Autocalibration of Gains is performed by selecting a Range and initiating Autocalibration.
First, the appropriate inputs should be applied to the meter. Then the appropriate Range should be
selected by writing to Modbus Register 57349-57355 (0x0E004-0x0E00A). Finally, Autocalibration
should be initiated by writing to Modbus Register 57356 (0x0E00B).
Manual Adjustment of Calibration Values is performed by selecting Gain vs. Phase Compensation,
indicating whether Adjustment should be 1 count or 10, selecting a Range and then by indicating
which Phase should be incremented or decremented. First, either Gain or Phase Compensation
Adjustment should be selected by writing to Register 57366 (0x0E015) or 57368 (0x0E017). Next,
1 or 10 count Adjustments should be selected by writing to Register 57369 (0x0E018) or 57370
(0x0E019). Then the appropriate Range should be selected by writing to Modbus Register 5734957355 (0x0E004-0x0E00A) or 57373-57377 (0x0E01C-0x0E020). Finally, indicate which Phase is
being adjusted and in which direction by writing to Modbus register 57357-57364 (0x0E00C0x0E013).
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Q
Direct Adjustment Interface
Block Timestamp
Factory Read
CTPT Read
60929-60932
61027-61030
Modification
Calibration Modification Selection
61185
Calibration Timestamp
60933-60936
61030-61034
61186-61189
Gain Factors VAN, VBN, VCN, VXN
60937-60944
61035-61042
61190-61197
Gain Factor IA, 150mA, 250mA, 500mA, 1A,
2.5A, 5A
60945-60956
61043-61054
61198-61209
Gain Factors IB, IC, INM
60957-60992
61055-61090
61210-61245
60993
61091
61246
Phase Comp IA, 500mA, 1A, 2.5A, 5A, 10A
60994-60998
61092-61096
61247-61251
Phase Comp IB, IC
60999-61025
61097-61106
61252-61278
Unused
61009-61025
61107-61123
61262-61278
61026
61124
61279
Unused
Calibration Checksum
Block Checksum
61280
Calibration data can be read and modified using the above registers.
Factory Calibration and CT/PT Compensation Calibration are available in the above blocks.
The Block Timestamp indicates when the data you are reading was last refreshed for viewing.
The Calibration Timestamp indicates when calibration information was last modified. This is either
updated automatically when manual adjustments are performed, or is provided as part of the block
when direct adjustments are performed.
The Calibration Checksum is a CRC16 checksum computed over all calibration information from
the Calibration Timestamp through to the last unused byte before the Calibration Checksum. It is
either automatically computed when manual adjustments are performed, or is provided as part of the
block when direct adjustments are performed.
When performing a direct adjustment, in addition to providing a properly checksummed table of
calibration data, a selection indicating whether the table should update the Factory calibration or the
CT/PT calibration needs to be provided. This selection should be 0x00000 for Factory Calibration
and 0x00100 for CT/PT Compensation. To verify the selection, a Block Checksum must be
computed from the Calibration Modification Selection through to the Calibration Checksum.
Q
Voltage Gain Factor: 4 byte signed LSB values with 15 bits of fraction that are used as a
multiplicative factor.
As Stored (LSB)
MSB
Decimal
Scaled
Meaning
0x000800000
0x000008000
32768
1.00000
x*1.00 (unity)
0x0CC8C0000
0x000008CCC
36044
1.09998
x*1.10 (magnification 10%)
0x033730000
0x000007333
29491
0.89999
x*0.90 (diminution 10%)
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Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
To increase/decrease a voltage reading by y percent, multiply the gain factor by (100 + y)/100.
Change by
y
Multiply by
Increase 2%
+2
102/100 = 1.02
Decrease 5%
-5
95/100 = 0.95
Current Gain Factors: 4-byte signed LSB values with 16 bits of fraction that are used as a
divisive factor.
As Stored (LSB)
MSB
Decimal
Scaled
Meaning
0x000000100
0x000010000
65536
1.00000
x/1.00 (unity)
0x0711C0100
0x00000E8BA
59578
0.90909
x/0.90909 (magnification 10%)
0x0711C0100
0x000011C71
72817
1.11110
x/1.11110 (diminution 10%)
To increase/decrease a current reading by y percent, multiply the gain factor by 100 (100 + y).
Change by
y
Multiply by
Increase 2%
+2
100/102 = 0.98039
Decrease 5%
-5
100/95 = 1.05263
Phase Compensation Factors: 2 -byte signed LSB values in units of 0.01” of additive Power
Factor shift.
As Stored (LSB)
MSB
Decimal
Scaled
Meaning
0x00000
0x00000
0
0.00
No Phase Shift
0x00200
0x00002
2
0.02
+0.020 PF Shift
0x0FEFF
0x0FFFE
-2
-0.02
-0.020 PF Shift
To increase/decrease power at 600 in Quadrant 1 by y percent, modify the Phse Compensation by
⎡ 50 ⎤
600 − cos −1 ⎢
⎥
⎣100 + y ⎦
Change by
y
Modified by
+2
60 -cos (50/102) = 60 -cos (0.49020)
= 600-60.650
= -0.650
Decrease 5% -2
600-cos-1 (50/95) = 600-cos-1 (0.52632)
=600-58.240
= +1.760
Increase 2%
0
-1
0
-1
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Chapter 6
EPM Log Formats
6.1: Log Formats Overview
Q
Historical Log 1: Historical Log 1 will fill to the total allocated memory. The number of records
possible in Historical Log 1 is the total memory allocated divided by the record size (size of a
Historical Log 1 snapshot).
Q
Historical Log 2: Historical Log 2 will fill to the total allocated memory. The number of records
possible in Historical Log 2 is the total memory allocated divided by the record size (size of a
Historical Log 2 snapshot).
Q
Limit Trigger Log: The Limit Tirgger Log is designed to hold as many records as will fill either the
Limit Snapshot or Limit Trigger Logs, whichever fills first. A one-for-one relationship is maintained
between two logs. If the Limit Snapshot Log can only hold 256 snapshots, then only the first 256
Limit Trigger records will be used, even if the allocated memory for the Limit Trigger Log could
hold 1024 records.
Q
Limit Snapshot Log: The Limit Snapshot Log will hold as many records as will fill either the Limit
Snapshot or Limit Trigger Logs, whichever fills first. A one-for-one relationship is maintained
between the two logs. The maximum number of records possible in the Limit Snapshot Log is the
total memory allocated divided by the record size (size of a Historical Log 1 snapshot). If the Limit
Trigger Log can only hold 1024 records, and the Limit Snapshot Log can hold up to 2048 snapshots,
only the first 1024 snapshots will be used. If the Limit Snapshot Log can only hold 256 snapshots,
then the only the first 256 records in the Limit Trigger Log will be used.
Q
Waveform Trigger Log: The Waveform Trigger Log is designed to hold as many records as will fit
in the Waveform Samples Log. A one-for-one relationship is maintained between the three
waveform logs. If the Samples Log can only hold 96 captures, then only the first 96 triggers will be
used, even if the allocated memory for the Triggers Log could hold 128 records.
Q
Waveform Samples Log: The Waveform Samples Log will fill to the total allocated memory. The
number of records possible in the Waveform Samples Log is the total memory allocated divided by
the record size. Records in the Waveform Samples Log do not contain timestamps. Time Stamp
Mode will not work on accesses to this log. Instead, use Time Stamp Mode to access the Waveform
Triggers Log.
Q
Power Quality (CBEMA) Log: The PQ Log records in response to surges and sags of programmed
High Speed Limit Triggers on enabled High Speed channels. The information it provides allows the
calculation of duration and magnitude of the surges and sags as well as information for locating the
start and end of the surge and sag in the Waveform Captures.
Q
Digital Input Log: The Digital Input Snapshot Log stores records in order to document the
transitions of Internal and External Digital Inputs.
6-1
Q
Digital Input Snapshot Log: The Digital Input Log will fill to the total allocated memory. The
number of records possible in the Digital Input Log is the total memory allocated divided by the
record size (size of a Digital Input Snapshot).
Q
Digital Output Log: The Digital Output Snapshot Log stores records in order to document the
stages used when changing states of Digital Outputs.
Q
Digital Output Snapshot Log: The Digital Output Log will fill to the total allocated memory. The
number of records possible in the Digital Output Log is the total memory allocated divided by the
record size (size of a Digital Output Snapshot).
Q
Flicker Log: The Flicker Log stores records to document Short Term and Long Term Flicker.
Q
System Event Log: The Systerm Event Log will record the system changes made into the meter.
Password changes, Power Reset and Programmable Setting changes are recorded in this log.
6.2: Historical Log 1 Format
Profile Information is in the Programmable Settings Block
Q
Historical Log 1: Historical Log 1 will fill to the total allocated memory. The number of records
possible in Historical Log 1 is the total memory allocated divided by the record size (size of a
Historical Log 1 snapshot).
Q
Historical Log 1 Record Size: (45463)
This Register is an enumeration for the size of a record in the Historical Log. The valid values are:
0x00000 = 32 byte records
0x00001 = 64 byte records
0x00002 = 128 byte records
0x00003 = 256 byte records
0x00004 = 16 byte records
Q
Historical Log 1 Data Pointers: (45205-45332)
These Registers indicate which information to include in a record in the Historical Log. Each Data
Pointer has the following 4 (four) byte structure:
Size
2 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Format
unsigned int
unsigned char
unsigned char
Description
Line Number
Point number
Reserved
A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table. Example - Line Number 11 is for the 12th
line in the Communication Table, 0.1 second Phase-to-Neutral Voltages. Data Pointers with Line
Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are ignored.
A Point Number is an index into the Communication Table.
Example: Point Number 1 is for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is the
second in the twelfth line, 0.1 second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the number of
6-2
points for the line are ignored.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains as many bytes as specified by the Historical Log 1 Record Size
Field in the Programmable Settings Block (45463). The first eight bytes in each record is the Time
Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
If this historical record was recorded while the meter was in test mode, then only energy readings
will be recorded. All other values requested will be stored with the byte values of 0x055. The most
significant bit of the centisecond byte indicates whether this record was recorded while the meter
was in test mode.
If the historical record was recorded after powering up or the log was reset, the record does not contain information covering a full interval and the most significant bit of the second’s byte will be set.
If the historical record was recorded after time was adjusted, the record might contain more or less
than a full interval’s worth of data. If time is advanced within the current interval, or advanced or
rolled back to outside the current interval, the record contains leass than a full interval’s worth of
data and the most significant bit of the minute byte will be set. If time is rolled back within the same
interval, the record contains more than a full interval’s worth of data and the bit before the most
significant bit (bit 6) of the minute byte will be set.
Q
The remaining bytes are the values requested by the Historical Log 1 Data Pointers (45205-45332).
If the first Data Pointer is requesting VBN a 4 byte value, then the next 4 bytes in the Record are VBN.
This continues, Data Pointer for Data Pointer, until all Data Pointers have been satisfied, or the
number of bytes is equal to the Historical Log 1 Record Size.
6.3: Historical Log 2 Format
Profile Information is in the Programming Settings Block.
Q
Historical Log 2: Historical Log 2 will fill to the total allocated memory. The number of records
possible in Historical Log 2 is the total memory allocated divided by the record size (size of a
Historical Log 2 snapshot).
6-3
Q
Historical Log 2 Record Size: (45464)
This Register is an enumeration for the size of a record in the Historical Log. The valid values are:
0x00000 = 32 byte records
0x00001 = 64 byte records
0x00002 = 128 byte records
0x00003 = 256 byte records
0x00004 = 16 byte records
Q
Historical Log 2 Data Pointers: (45333-45460)
These Registers indicate which information to include in a record in the Historical Log. Each Data
Pointer has the following 4 (four) byte structure:
Size
2 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Format
unsigned int
unsigned char
unsigned char
Description
Line Number
Point number
Reserved
A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table. Example - Line Number 11 is for the 12th
line in the Communication Table, 0.1 second Phase-to-Neutral Voltages. Data Pointers with Line
Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are ignored.
A Point Number is an index into the Communication Table.
Example: Point Number 1 is for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is the
second in the twelfth line, 0.1 second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the number
of points for the line are ignored.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains as many bytes as specified by the Historical Log 2 Record Size
Field in the Programmable Settings Block (45464). The first eight bytes in each record is the Time
Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
If this historical record was recorded while the meter was in test mode, then only energy readings
will be recorded. All other values requested will be stored with the byte values of 0x055. The most
significant bit of the centisecond byte indicates whether this record was recorded while the meter
was in test mode.
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If the historical record was recorded after powering up or the log was reset, the record does not
contain information covering a full interval and the most significant bit of the second’s byte will be
set. If the historical record was recorded after time was adjusted, the record might contain more or
less than a full interval’s worth of data. If time is advanced within the current interval, or advanced
or rolled back to outside the current interval, the record contains leass than a full interval’s worth of
data and the most significant bit of the minute byte will be set. If time is rolled back within the
same interval, the record contains more than a full interval’s worth of data and the bit before the
most significant bit (bit 6) of the minute byte will be set.
Q
If the Historical Log 2 Time of Use Enable byte (45952) is disabled, the remaining bytes are the
values requested by the Historical Log 2 Data Pointers (45333-45460). If the first Data Pointer is
requesting VBN a 4 byte value, then the next 4 bytes in the Record are VBN. This continues, Data
Pointer for Data Pointer, until all Data Pointers have been satisfied, or the number of bytes is equal
to the Historical Log 2 Record Size.
6.4: Limit Trigger Log Format
Profile Information is in the Programmable Settings Block.
Q
The Limit Trigger Log records an entry every time limit values monitored by the EPM meter change
their state. The log records information about the limits—for example, which limits are currently
exceeded, which limits have just changed—and records a snapshot of values as specified by the
Historical Profile for Log 1.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains 32 bytes.
•
The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
Description
0 – 99
century
0 – 99
year
1 – 12
month
1 – 31
day
0 – 23
hour
0 – 59
minute
0 – 59
second
0 – 99 + MSB centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
An additional piece of information is contained in the centisecond byte. The most significant bit
indicates whether this SOE record is contiguous in monitoring with the previous record. If the bit is
1, then this is the first record recorded after a power-down, reset or download and all unfinished
durations prior to this record are lost. If the bit is zero, then monitoring was continuous between the
last record and this one.
•
The next four bytes are a bitmap for the current state of the Value 1 Comparisons of the Limits.
The first bit (the most significant bit of the first byte) is the current state of the 1st Limit's Value
1 Comparison. The last bit (the least significant bit of the fourth byte) is the current state of the
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32nd Limit's Value 1 Comparison. A bit value of 1 means that the Comparison is exceeded: less
than or equal to Value 1 for a below limit, greater than Value 1 for an above limit. A bit value of
0 means that the Comparison is not exceeded: greater than Value 1 for a below limit, less than or
equal to Value 1 for an above limit.
•
The next four bytes are the same bitmap as above, but for the current state of the Value 2
Comparisons of the Limits.
•
The next four bytes are a bitmap for the delta of the Value 1 Comparisons of the Limits. The
order of the bits is the same as above. A bit value of 1 means that the state of the Value 1
Comparison changed since the last Alarm occurred; a bit value of 0 means that the state of the
Value 1 Comparison did not change since the last Alarm.
•
The next four bytes are the same bitmap as above, but for the delta of the Value 2 Comparisons
of the limits.
•
The next four bytes are a bitmap for the current state of the Combination of the Limits. The
first bit(the most significant bit of the first byte) is the current state of the 1st Limit’s
Combination of the Value 1 Comparison and the Value 2 Comparison. The last bit (the least
significant bit of the fourth byte) is the current state of the 32nd Limit’s Combination of the
Value 1 Comparison and the Value 2 comparison. A bit value of 1 means that the Combination
is true, a bit value of 0 means that the Combination is false.
•
The last 4 bytes are the same bitmap as above, but for the delta of the Combination of the
Limits.
6.5: Limit Snapshot Log Format
Profile Information is in Programmable Settings Block/Limit Settings
(Comm version 102 or above).
Q
Limit Data Pointers: (45077-45204)
These Registers indicate which values are being monitored by limits. Each Data Pointer has the
following 8 (eight) byte structure:
Size
2 byte
1 byte
1 byte
2 byte
2 byte
Format
unsigned int
unsigned char
unsigned char
unsigned int
unsigned int
Description
Line Number
Point number
Limit Mode
Comparison 1 Value
Comparison 2 Value
A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table.
Example: Line Number 11 is for the 12th line in the Communication Table, 0.1 second Phase-toNeutral Voltages. Data Pointers with Line Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are
ignored.
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A Point Number is an index into the Communication Table.
Example: Point Number 1 is for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is the
second in the twelfth line, 0.1 second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the number of
points for the line are ignored.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains 16, 32, 64, 128 or 256 bytes, depending on how many channels
have limits assigned to them.
•
The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
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The remaining bytes are the values monitored by Limits (45077-45204). If the first Data Pointer
is requesting VBN, a 4 byte value, then the next 4 bytes in the record is VBN. This continues, Data
Pointer for Data Pointer, until all Data Pointers have been satisfied, or the number of bytes is
equal to the Historical Log 1 Record Size.
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6.6: Waveform Trigger Log Format
Q
The Waveform Trigger Log stores records in response to High Speed Limit Triggers. It records
descriptive information about records in the Waveform Samples Log.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains 256 Bytes.
•
The first eight bytes in each record is the Trigger Time Stamp, representing the time of the last
sample of the triggering cycle. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
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The next 48 bytes are 12 4-byte MSB signed integers representing the RMS values recorded in
the triggering cycle. The order of these readings is:
VAN
VBN
VCN
VAUX
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
IN
VAB
VBC
VCA
There are currently five hookups available, where the following RMS values are computable in each:
3 Element Wye
3 CT Delta
2 CT Delta
2-1/2 Element Wye
Broken Delta
VAN, VBN, VCN, IA, IB, IC, IAUX
IA, IB, IC, IAUX, VAB, VBC, VCA
IA, IC, IAUX, VAB, VBC, VCA
VAN, VCN, IA, IB, IC, IAUX
VAN, VBN, VCN, IA, IB, IC, IAUX, VAB, VBC, VCA
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If the unit is an EPM 9650 with regular hardware, RMS values are in units of squared secondary, with
two bytes of fraction. That is, each count is 1/65536 of a squared volt.
If the unit is an EPM 9650 with 300 V hardware, RMS values are in units of squared secondary, with 14
bits of fraction. That is, each count is 1/16384 of a squared volt. Units that are 300 V hardware can be
identified by the appropriate setting in the programmable settings or Hardware Option for 300V, Modbus
Register 0x0FF53.
If the unit is an EPM 9800, RMS values are in units of squared secondary, with 12 bits of fraction. That
is, each count is 1/4096 of a squared volt.
Example:
EPM 9650 with regular hardware:
VAN = 0x038B84000 = 14,520.25 v2 secondary, or 120.5 v secondary
EPM 9650 with 300 V hardware:
VAN = 0x038B84000 = 58,081 v2 secondary, or 241 v secondary
EPM 9800:
VAN = 0x038B84000 = 232,324 v2 secondary, or 482 v secondary
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The next byte holds eight bits representing the Delta of the High Speed Input States. High Speed
Digital Input States are in the following format:
Table 6.1 High Speed Digital Input States
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
HSI 8
HSI 7
HSI 6
HSI 5
HSI 4
HSI 3
HSI 2
HSI 1
A bit value of 1 means the input changed in the last cycle. A bit value of 0 means the input is
closed.
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The next byte holds eight bits representing the current states of the High Speed Inputs. High
Speed Digital Inputs are in the following format:
Table 6.2: Current States of the High Speed Inputs
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
HSI 8
HSI 7
HSI 6
HSI 5
HSI 4
HSI 3
HSI 2
HSI 1
A bit value of 1 means the input is open. A bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
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The next byte is a supplement to the Trigger Time Stamp. It is in milliseconds for the Trigger
Time Stamp and a binary value in the range 0–9.
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The next byte tells which capture contains the trigger. For example, a device records a surge
lasting for two cycles. The surge triggers the first capture and the first capture contains the
triggering cycle for that first capture. However, the cycle that is the subsequent return to normal
is also contained in the first capture. It triggers the second capture. In the first Trigger Record,
this byte would contain the value 0x000, identifying the triggering sample to be in the first
capture at the index given by the above index value. In the second Trigger Record, this byte
would also contain the value 0x000, identifying the triggering sample also contained in the first
capture at the index and time given by its index value.
•
The next two bytes are a signed integer with the index of the sample that was at the end of the
triggering cycle.
•
The next two bytes are a signed integer with a count of the number of samples used in the
triggering cycle.
•
The next two bytes are a signed integer with the index of the sample that was the first sample of
the capture.
•
The next four bytes are a bitmap of the States of the High Speed Limits after a triggering cycle.
These bits represent the true states of all the limits, regardless of trigger enable settings.
The first two bytes are for the Above Limits, in the following order:
Table 6.3: Above Limits
Above Limit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
VAN
VBN
VCN
VAUX
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
IN
VAB
VBC
VCA
—
—
—
—
The other two bytes are for the below limits, and are in the same order as above.
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The next four bytes are a bitmap of the Latched Delta states of the High Speed Limits. For the
first cycle in which a limit changes state, the change of state is recognized as a Delta. If
waveform capture parameters require multiple captures for a given change, subsequent captures
would be recognized as having no new Deltas. Therefore, every time a Delta occurs, the new
Delta is latched, so that consecutive captures for the original Delta contain information on the
Delta that triggered the first capture. The order of the bits is the same as for the states of the
High Speed Limits, as above. These bits will only report changes in limits that are enabled for
Waveform Triggering.
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The next byte indicates whether this capture is contiguous with the previous capture. A value of
0x001 indicates that the first sample of this capture immediately follows the last sample of the
previous capture, with no gap. Contiguous does not imply that they were both captured for the
same cause, only that they follow one after the other. A value of 0x000 means that a gap in time
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occurred between the two captures.
•
The next byte is a counter for Consecutive Captures. If programmed to record 4 captures per
event, the four captures will have values of 0x000, 0x001, 0x002 and 0x003, respectively, for
this byte.
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The next 8 bytes are a Time Stamp of the format above. It is the Timing Point Time Stamp.
Since captures may be triggered by events in previous captures, every capture designates a point
within itself upon which to base the time for samples within that capture.
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The next byte is the Timing Point millisecond. It is a binary value in the range 0x000 – 0x009,
and represents the millisecond of the Timing Point Time Stamp.
•
The next byte is unused.
•
The next 2 bytes are a signed integer with an index of the point used as the Timing Point. This
index always refers to a sample in this capture, regardless of the location of the triggering cycle
for this capture.
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The next 32 bytes represent eight, 4-byte Sample Gain Factors. The order of these readings is:
VAN
VBN
VCN
VAUX
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
For EPM 9650s with regular hardware or EPM 9800s, Sample Gain Factors are a four-byte
unsigned value with two bytes of fraction, covering a range of 0 – 65535.999985, where each
count represents 1/65536 gain.
For EPM 9650s with 300 V hardware, sample Gain Factors are a four byte unsigned value with
15 bits of fraction, covering a range of 0-131071.999969, where each count represents 1/32768
gain.
These gain factors are a multiplicative factor to scale samples, represented in percent of A/D full
scale, into secondary units.
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The formula to use for EPM 9650s with regular hardware or EPM 9800s is:
Ungained _ Sample Gain _ Factor
x
= Gained _ Sample
16384
65536
The formula to use for EPM 9650s with 300V hardware is:
Ungained _ Sample Gain _ Factor
x
= Gained _ Sample
16384
32768
Example for EPM 9650 with regular hardware or EPM 9800:
Ungained Voltage Sample = 0x01234 = 4660
Gain Factor = 421.905579 = 0x001A5E7D4 = 27650004
4660 27650004
x
= 120.000000
16384
65536
The resulting answer is 120.000000 Volts secondary (240.000000 for the example below).
Example for EPM 9650 with 300V hardware:
Ungained Voltage Sample 0x01234 = 4660
Gain Factor = 834.81116 = 0x01A5E7D4 = 27650004
4660 27650004
x
= 240.000000
16384
32768
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The next 22 bytes are the RMS Gain Factors. The order of these factors is:
VCA
VBC
VAB
VAUX
VCN
VBN
VAN
IAUX
IC
IB
IA
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The remaining 114 bytes are unused.
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6.7: Waveform Samples Log Format
Q
The Waveform Samples Log responds to High Speed Limit Triggers. It records samples from the
requested channels at the requested sample rate.
Q
A Record contains 16,384 bytes. Depending on the number of requested channels, a record is
segmented in the following ways:
1024 sets of 16 bytes, containing 15-bit samples for IA, IB, IC, IAUX,
7 Analog & 8 Digital Channels
VAN, VBN and VCN, an 8-bit sample for High Speed Digital
for Sampling Rate 16, 32, 64, 128
Inputs States and an unused byte.
2048 sets of 8 bytes, containing 15-bit samples for VAN, VBN and
VCN or IA, IB and IC, an 8-bit sample for High Speed Digital Input
States and an unused byte.
3 Analog & 8 Digital Channels
for Sampling Rate 256
4096 sets of 4 bytes, containing a 15-bit sample for a single analog
channel (only one of VAN, VBN, VCN, IA, IB, IC and IAUX), an 8-bit sample
1 Analog & 8 Digital Channels
for Sampling Rate 512
Q
for High Speed Digital States and an unused byte.
Graphically, the three segmentations could be represented as the following:
Table 6.4: 7 Analog & 8 Digital Channels
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
VAN
VBN
VCN
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
HSI
—
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Table 6.5: 3 Analog & 8 Digital Channels
VBN
VAN
VCN
VAN
VBN
VCN
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
HSI
—
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
Low
Hi
HSI
—
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Table 6.6: 1 Analog & 8 Digital Channels
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Low
Hi
HSI
—
Low
Hi
HSI
—
Low
Hi
HSI
—
Low
Hi
HSI
–
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
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Q
Each analog sample uses 2 bytes to represent a 15-bit sample. There are three different forms that the
two bytes might occupy, one form for voltage samples and two forms for current samples.
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For all three forms, the first byte is the least significnt byte and contains the lower order bits,
7-0.
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For voltage samples, the second byte contains the high order bits, 14 – 7, in a modified two’s
complement format. It is modified in that while a standard two’s complement would represent
values between +127 and -128, these values have been rounded up based on the value of bit 6,
stored in the lower byte and represent values from +128 to –128. This byte is used by the meter
to calculate the High Speed RMS value used for waveform capture. This rounding centers the
scale around the true zero of the full range of the A/D.
The full 15-bit voltage value can be recovered from these two bytes using the following steps:
1. If bit 6, stored in the first byte, is 0, skip to step 3.
2. Decrement the 8-bit two’s complement value of bits 14 – 7, stored in the second byte.
3. Combine bits 14 – 7 of the second byte with bits 6-0 of the first byte.
4. The resulting 15-bit value is the two’s complement value of the sample.
5. Sign extend the 15-bit value by one bit (copy bit 14 to bit 15) to produce a standard 16-bit
integer.
Since the range of the A/D is +2.5 – -2.5, one bit of the high byte represents 0.019531V, while
one bit of the 15-bit value represents 0.000153V.
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
Table 6.7 on the following page gives several examples.
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Table 6.7 Voltage Sample Examples
1st Byte
Actual Voltage
A/D15-A/D0
2nd Byte
A/D8-A/D1
Straight
A/D15-A/D8
Adjusted
A/D15-A/D8
HS RMS
Voltage
Stored
Voltage
+2.500000
0x07FFF
0x0FF
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.499847
+2.499924
0x07FFF
0x0FF
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.499847
+2.499847
0x07FFE
0x0FF
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.499847
+2.499771
0x07FFD
0x0FE
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.499696
+2.499696
0x07FFC
0x0FE
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.499696
+2.499619
0x07FFB
0x0FD
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.499542
+2.490234
0x07F80
0x080
0x07F
0x080
+2.500000
+2.490234
+2.480392
0x07F7F
0x07F
0x07F
0x07F
+2.480469
+2.490082
+2.480469
0x07F00
0x000
0x07F
0x07F
+2.480469
+2.480469
+2.480392
0x07EFF
0x0FF
0x07E
0x07F
+2.480469
+2.480316
+2.470703
0x07E80
0x080
0x07E
0x07F
+2.480469
+2.470703
+2.470627
0x07E7F
0x07F
0x07E
0x07E
+2.460938
+2.470551
+0.009766
0x00080
0x080
0x000
0x001
+0.019531
+0.009766
+0.009689
0x0007F
0x07F
0x000
0x000
+0.000000
+0.009613
+0.000000
0x00000
0x000
0x000
0x000
+0.000000
+0.000000
-0.000076
0x0FFFF
0x0FF
0x0FF
0x000
+0.000000
-0.000153
-0.009766
0x0FF80
0x0C0
0x0FF
0x000
+0.000000
-0.009766
-0.009842
0x0FF7F
0x0BF
0x0FF
0x0FF
-0.019531
-0.009918
-2.490234
0x08080
0x040
0x080
0x081
-2.480469
-2.490234
-2.490310
0x0807F
0x03F
0x080
0x080
-2.500000
-2.490387
-2.499847
0x08001
0x000
0x080
0x080
-2.500000
-2.500000
-2.500000
0x08000
0x000
0x080
0x080
-2.500000
-2.500000
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For current samples, there are two forms for the second byte. The two forms are signaled by the
most significan bit of the second byte. If the byte is clear, the second byte represents a course
representation and contains information on bits 14 – 8 in modified two’s complement format. If
the bit is set, the second byte represents a fine representation and contains information on bits
14 – 5 in a modified two’s complement format. Values in the fine representation carry three
more bits of information. Values in the coarse representation are weighted by a factor of 8.
Values in the coarse representation are modified in that they have been rounded up based on the
value of bit 7, stored in the lower byte and represent values from +64*8 to –64*8.
Values in the fine representation are modified in that they have been rounded up based on the
value of bit 4, stored in the lower byte and represent values from +64 to –64.
The second byte is used by the meter to calculate the High Speed RMS value used for waveform
capture. The two ranges allow the samples to cover a wide range, with greater precision on
smaller signals than larger ones, while the rounding centers the scales around the true zero of the
full range of the A/D. The full 15 - bit current value can be recovered from these two bytes using
the following steps:
1. If the most significant bit of the second byte is set, skip to step 6.
2. If bit 7, stored in the first byte, is 0, skip to step 4.
3. Decrement the 7 - bit two’s complement value of bits 14 - 8, stored in the second byte.
4. Combine bits 14- 8 of the second byte with bits 7 - 0 of the first byte.
5. Skip to step 10.
6. If bit 4, stored in the first byte, is 0, skip to step 8.
7. Decrement the 7 - bit two’s complement value of bits 11 - 5, stored in the second byte.
8. Combine bits 11 - 5 of the second byte with bits 4 - 0 of the first byte.
9. Sign extend the 12 - bit value by three bits (copy bit 11 to bits 14 - 12) to produce a 15 - bit
two’s complement value.
10. The resulting 15 - bit value is the two’s complement value of the sample.
11. Sign extend the 15 - bit value by one bit (copy bit 14 to bit 15) to produce a standard 16 - bit
integer.
Since the range of the A/D is +2.5 – -2.5, one bit of the coarse representation represents 0.039063V,
one bit of the fine representation represents 0.004883V and one bit of the 15 - bit value represents
0.000153V.
Table 6.8 on the following pages gives several examples.
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Table 6.8 Current Sample Examples
Actual
Voltage
A/D15-A/D0
1st Byte
A/D8-A/D1
2nd Byte
Straight
A/D15-A/D9
Straight
A/D15-A/D6
2nd Byte
HS RMS
Adjusted
Voltage
A/D15-A/D(9/6)
+2.500000
0x07FFF
0x0FF
0x03F
0x01FF
0x040
+2.500000 +2.499847
+2.499924
0x07FFF
0x0FF
0x03F
0x01FF
0x040
+2.500000 +2.499847
+2.499847
0x07FFE
0x0FF
0x03F
0x01FF
0x040
+2.500000 +2.499847
+2.499771
0x07FFD
0x0FE
0x03F
0x01FF
0x040
+2.500000 +2.499695
+2.480621
0x07F02
0x081
0x03F
0x01FC
0x040
+2.500000 +2.480621
+2.480545
0x07F01
0x080
0x03F
0x01FC
0x040
+2.500000 +2.480469
+2.480469
0x07F00
0x080
0x03F
0x01FC
0x040
+2.500000 +2.480469
+2.480392
0x07EFF
0x07F
0x03F
0x01FB
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.480316
+2.480316
0x07EFE
0x07F
0x03F
0x01FB
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.480316
+2.480240
0x07EFD
0x07E
0x03F
0x01FB
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.480164
+2.461090
0x07E02
0x001
0x03F
0x01F8
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.461090
+2.461014
0x07E01
0x000
0x03F
0x01F8
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.460938
+2.460938
0x07E00
0x000
0x03F
0x01F8
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.460938
+2.460861
0x07DFF
0x0FF
0x03E
0x01F7
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.460785
+2.460785
0x07DFE
0x0FF
0x03E
0x01F7
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.460785
+2.460709
0x07DFD
0x0FE
0x03E
0x01F7
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.460632
+2.441559
0x07D02
0x081
0x03E
0x01F4
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.441559
+2.441483
0x07D01
0x080
0x03E
0x01F4
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.441406
+2.441406
0x07D00
0x080
0x03E
0x01F4
0x03F
+2.460938 +2.441406
+2.441330
0x07CFF
0x07F
0x03E
0x01F3
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.441254
+2.441254
0x07CFE
0x07F
0x03E
0x01F3
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.441254
+2.441177
0x07CFD
0x07E
0x03E
0x01F3
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.441101
+2.422028
0x07C02
0x001
0x03E
0x01F0
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.422028
+2.421951
0x07C01
0x000
0x03E
0x01F0
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.421875
+2.421875
0x07C00
0x000
0x03E
0x01F0
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.421875
Stored
Voltage
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Table 6.8 Current Sample Examples, Continued
1st Byte
Straight
Straight
A/D8-A/D1 A/D15-A/D9 A/D15-A/D6
2nd Byte
HS RMS
Adjusted
Voltage
A/D15-A/D(9-6)
Stored
Voltage
Actual
Voltage
A/D15-A/D9
+2.421799
0x07BFF
0x0FF
0x03D
0x01EF
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.421722
+2.421722
0x07BFE
0x0FF
0x03D
0x01EF
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.421772
+2.421646
0x07BFD
0x0FE
0x03D
0x01EF
0x03E
+2.421875 +2.421570
+0.312653
0x01002
0x001
0x008
0x0040
0x008
+0.312500 +0.312653
+0.312576
0x01001
0x000
0x008
0x0040
0x008
+0.312500 +0.312500
+0.312500
0x01000
0x000
0x008
0x0040
0x008
+0.312500 +0.312500
+0.312424
0x00FFF
0x0FF
0x007
0x003F
0x0C0
+0.312500 +0.312347
+0.312347
0x00FFE
0x0FF
0x007
0x003F
0x0C0
+0.312500 +0.312347
+0.312271
0x00FFD
0x0FE
0x007
0x003F
0x0C0
+0.312500 +0.312195
+0.312653
0x00FE2
0x0F1
0x007
0x003F
0x0C0
+0.312500 +0.310211
+0.312576
0x00FE1
0x0F0
0x007
0x003F
0x0C0
+0.312500 +0.310059
+0.312500
0x00FE0
0x0F0
0x007
0x003F
0x0C0
+0.312500 +0.310059
+0.312424
0x00FDF
0x0EF
0x007
0x003F
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.309906
+0.312347
0x00FDE
0x0EF
0x007
0x003F
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.309906
+0.312271
0x00FDD
0x0EE
0x007
0x003F
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.309753
+0.307770
0x00FC2
0x0E1
0x007
0x003F
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.307770
+0.307693
0x00FC1
0x0E0
0x007
0x003F
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.307617
+0.307617
0x00FC0
0x0E0
0x007
0x003F
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.307617
+0.307541
0x00FBF
0x0DF
0x007
0x003E
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.307465
+0.307465
0x00FBE
0x0DF
0x007
0x003E
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.307465
+0.307388
0x00FBD
0x0DE
0x007
0x003E
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.307312
+0.305328
0x00FA2
0x0D1
0x007
0x003E
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.305328
+0.305252
0x00FA1
0x0D0
0x007
0x003E
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.305176
+0.305176
0x00FA0
0x0D0
0x007
0x003E
0x0BF
+0.307617 +0.305176
+0.305099
0x00F9F
0x0CF
0x007
0x003E
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.305023
+0.305023
0x00F9E
0x0CF
0x007
0x003E
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.305023
+0.304947
0x00F9D
0x0CE
0x007
0x003E
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.304871
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Table 6.8 Current Sample Examples, Continued
Straight
Straight
A/D15-A/D9 A/D15-A/D6
2nd Byte
Adjusted
A/D15-A/D(9/6)
Actual
Voltage
A/D15-A/D0
Ist Byte
A/D8-A/D9
HS RMS
Voltage
Stored
Voltage
+0.302887
0x00F82
0x0C1
0x007
0x003E
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.302887
+0.302810
0x00F81
0x0C0
0x007
0x003E
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.302734
+0.302734
0x00F80
0x0C0
0x007
0x003E
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.302734
+0.302658
0x00F7F
0x0BF
0x007
0x003D
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.302582
+0.302582
0x00F7E
0x0BF
0x007
0x003D
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.302582
+0.302505
0x00F7D
0x0BE
0x007
0x003D
0x0BE
+0.302734 +0.302429
+0.002441
0x00020
0x010
0x000
0x0000
0x081
+0.004883 +0.002441
+0.002365
0x0001F
0x00F
0x000
0x0000
0x080
+0.000000 +0.002289
+0.000076
0x00001
0x000
0x000
0x0000
0x080
+0.000000 +0.000000
+0.000000
0x00000
0x000
0x000
0x0000
0x080
+0.000000 +0.000000
-0.000076
0x0FFFF
0x0FF
0x07F
0x03FF
0x080
+0.000000 -0.000153
-0.000153
0x0FFFE
0x0FF
0x07F
0x03FF
0x080
+0.000000 -0.000153
-0.002441
0x0FFE0
0x0F0
0x07F
0x03FF
0x080
+0.000000 -0.002441
-0.002518
0x0FFDF
0x0EF
0x07F
0x03FF
0x0FF
-0.004883 -0.002594
-0.312347
0x0F002
0x001
0x078
0x03C0
0x0C0
-0.312500 -0.312347
-0.312424
0x0F001
0x000
0x078
0x03C0
0x0C0
-0.312500 -0.312500
-0.312500
0x0F000
0x000
0x078
0x03C0
0x0C0
-0.312500 -0.312500
-0.312576
0x0EFFF
0x0FF
0x077
0x03BF
0x077
-0.312500 -0.312653
-0.312653
0x0EFFE
0x0FF
0x077
0x03BF
0x077
-0.312500 -0.312653
-0.312729
0x0EFFD
0x0FE
0x077
0x03BF
0x077
-0.312500 -0.312805
-2.480469
0x08100
0x080
0x081
0x081
0x081
-2.480469 -2.480469
-2.480545
0x080FF
0x07F
0x080
0x080
0x081
-2.480469 -2.480621
-2.499771
0x08002
0x001
0x080
0x080
0x080
-2.500000 -2.499847
-2.499847
0x08001
0x000
0x080
0x080
0x080
-2.500000 -2.500000
-2.500000
0x08000
0x000
0x080
0x080
0x080
-2.500000 -2.500000
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Q
High Speed Digital Input States contain the states of the 8 High Speed Digital Inputs in the
following format:
Table 6.9 High Speed Digital Input States
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
HSI 8
HSI 7
HSI 6
HSI 5
HSI 4
HSI 3
HSI 2
HSI 1
A bit value of 1 means the input is open. A bit value of 0 means the input in closed.
Q
When sampling at 15,360 samples/second, RMS is calculated within the meter on every other
sample, always starting with the first sample of a cycle. At all other sampling rates, RMS is
calculated using every sample in the cycle.
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6.8: Power Quality (CBEMA) Log Format
Q
PQ (CBEMA) Log Format: The PQ (CBEMA) Log records in response to surges and sags of
programmed High Speed Limit Triggers on enabled High Speed channels. The information it
provides allows the calculation of duration and magnitude of the surges and sags, as well as
information for locating the start and end of the surge or sag in the Waveform Captures.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains 128 Bytes.
•
The first eight bytes in each record is the Starting Time Stamp, representing the time of the last
sample of first cycle of the surge or sag. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
•
The next byte is the millisecond value for the Starting Time Stamp, a binary value in the range of
0 – 9.
•
The next four bytes are a bitmap of the States of the High Speed Limits after the triggering
cycle. These bits report the true state of all the limits, regardless of PQ Enable settings.
Table 6.10: Above Limits
Above Limit
15
14
13
12
VAN
VBN
VCN VAUX
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
IN
VAB
VBC
VCA
_
_
_
_
The first two bytes are for the above limits, shown in the following order:
The other two bytes are for the below limits, and are in the same order as shown in Table 6.10
above.
There are currently five hookups available where the following high speed limits are computable in each:
3 Element Wye
3 CT Delta
2 CT Delta
2-1/2 Element Wye
Broken Delta
VAN, VBN, VCN, IA, IB, IC, IAUX
IA, IB, IC, IAUX, VAB, VBC, VCA
IA, IC, IAUX, VAB, VBC, VCA
VAN, VCN, IA, IB, IC, IAUX
VAN, VBN, VCN, IA, IB, IC, IAUX, VAB, VBC, VCA
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•
The next four bytes are a bitmap of the Latched Delta states of the High Speed Limits. For the
first cycle that a limit changes state, the change of state is recognized as a Delta. If waveform
capture parameters require multiple captures for a given change, subsequent captures would be
recognized as having no new Deltas. Therefore, every time a Delta occurs, the new Delta is
latched, so that consecutive captures for the original Delta can still indicate what Delta triggered
the first capture. The order of the bits is the same as for the states of the High Speed Limits, as
above. These bits will only report the changes in limits that are Enabled for PQ Triggering.
•
The next byte tells you in which capture to find the trigger. For example, a device records a
surge lasting for two cycles. The surge triggers the first capture and the triggering cycle for the
first capture is in the first capture. However, the cycle which is the subsequent return to normal
is also in the first capture. It triggers the second capture. In the first Trigger Record, this byte
would contain the value 0x000, identifying the triggering sample to be in the first capture, at the
index as given by the above index value. In the second Trigger Record, this byte would also
contain the value 0x000, identifying the triggering sample to also be in the first capture, at the
index and time given by its index value.
•
The next two bytes are a signed integer with the index of the sample that was at the end of the
triggering cycle.
•
The next 48 bytes are 12 4-byte MSB signed integers representing the RMS values recorded in
the triggering cycle. Following is the order of these readings:
VAN
VBN
VCN
VAUX
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
IN
VAB
VBC
VCA
For a capture in WYE configuration, VAB, VBC and VCA are not computed.
For a capture in DELTA configuration, VAN, VBN and VCN are not computed.
Currently, IN and IAUX are not computed.
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If the unit has regular hardware, RMS values are in units of squared secondary, with two bytes of
fraction. That is, each count is 1/65536 of a squared volt. If the unit is supplied with 300V hardware, RMS values are in units of squared secondary, with 14 bits of fraction. That is, each count
is 1/16384 of a squared volt. Units that have 300V hardware can be identified by the appropriate
setting in the programmable settings.
For example:
Regular Hardware
2
VAN = 0x038B84000 = 14520.25 v secondary, or 120.5 v secondary
300V Hardware
2
VAN = 0x038B84000 = 58081 v secondary, or 241 v secondary
•
The next byte holds eight bits representing the Delta of the High Speed Input States.
These RMS values report the maximum or minimum value during a surge or sag. A given
reading is only valid in the record recorded when a surge or sag ends and only for the channel or
channels on which surges or sags ended.
High Speed Digital Input States are in the following format:
Table 6.11: High Speed Digital Input States
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
HSI 8
HSI 7
HSI 6
HSI 5
HSI 4
HSI 3
HSI 2
HSI 1
A bit value of 1 means the input changed in the last cycle. A bit value of 0 means the input did
not change.
•
The next byte holds eight bits representing the Current States of the High Speed Inputs.
The Current States of the High Speed Digital Inputs are in the following format:
Table 6.12: Current States of the High Speed Digital Inputs
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
HSI 8
HSI 7
HSI 6
HSI 5
HSI 4
HSI 3
HSI 2
HSI 1
A bit value of 1 means the input is open. A bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
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•
The next byte indicates whether this PQ record is continuous in monitoring with the previous
record. If the byte is non-zero, then this is the first record recorded after a power-down, reset or
download, and all unfinished durations prior to this record are lost. If the byte is zero, then
monitoring was continuous between the last record and this one.
•
The next 22 bytes are the RMS Gain Factors. Following is the order of these factors:
VCA
VBC
VAB
VAUX
ICN
IBN
IAN
IAUX
IC
IB
IA
•
The remaining 35 bytes are unused.
6.9: Digital Input Log Format
Q
Digital Input Log Format: The Digital Input Log stores records in order to document the
transitions of Internal and External Digital Inputs.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains 16 Bytes.
•
The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp, representing the time of the event the
record is recording. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 - 99
0 - 99
1 - 12
1 - 31
0 - 23
0 - 59
0 - 59
0 - 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
An additional piece of information is contained in the centisecond byte.The most significant bit indicates
whether this Digital Input record is contiguous in monitoring with the previous record. If the bit is 1,
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then this is the first record recorded after a power-down, reset or download, and it is possible that some
transitions were not recorded. If the bit is zero, then monitoring was continuous between the last record
and this one.
•
The next byte contains the States of the Internal Digital Inputs in the following format:
Table 6.13: States of the Internal Digital Inputs
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Input 8
Input 7
Input 6
Input 5
Input 4
Input 3
Input 2
Input 1
A bit value of 1 means the input is open. A bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
•
The next 4 bytes contain the States of the Enternal Digital Inputs in the following format:
Table 6.14: States of the External Digital Inputs
Bits
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Input 8
Input 7
Input 6
Input 5
Input 4
Input 3
Input 2
Input 1
Module 1 External Digital Input States
Module 2 External Digital Input States
Module 3 External Digital Input States
Module 4 External Digital Input States
A bit value of 1 means the input is open. A bit value of 0 means the input is closed.
•
The next byte indicates whether information presented from the External Modules is valid. If
the main unit has not yet established contact with an External Module, the information recorded
as being from that module is not valid.
Table 6.15: Valid Information from a Module
Bits
7
6
5
4
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
3
2
1
0
A bit value of 1 indicates the information from that module is valid. A bit value of 0 indicates
the information from that module is not valid.
•
The last 2 bytes are unused.
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6.10: Digital Input Snapshot Log Format
Q
Digital Input Snapshot Log: The Digital Input Snapshot Log will fill to the total allocated
memory. The number of records possible in the Digital Input Log is the total memory allocated
divided by the record size (size of a Digital Input Snapshot).
Q
Profile Information is in the Programmable Settings Block.
Q
Digital Input Snapshot Record Size: (45463)
This Register is an enumeration for the size of a record in the Digital Input Snapshot Log. The
valid values are:
0x00000 = 32 byte records
0x00001 = 64 byte records
0x00002 = 128 byte records
0x00003 = 256 byte records
0x00004 = 16 byte records
Q
Digital Input Snapshot Data Pointers: (45205-45332)
These Registers indicate which information to include in a record in the Digital Input Snapshot Log.
Each Data Pointer has the following 4 (four) byte structure:
Size
2 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Format
unsigned int
unsigned char
unsigned char
Description
Line Number
Point number
Reserved
A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table. Example - Line Number 11 is for the 12th
line in the Communicatin Table, 0.1 second Phase-to-Neutral Voltages. Data Pointers with Line
Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are ignored.
A Point Number is an index into the Communication Table.
Example: Point Number 1 is for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is the
second in the twelfth line, 0.1 second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the number
of points for the line are ignored.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains as many bytes as specified by the Digital Input Snapshot
Record Size Field in the Programmable Settings Block (45463). The first eight bytes in each record
is the Time Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
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5
6
7
binary
binary
binary
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
Q
The remaining bytes are the values requested by the Digital Input Snapshot Data Pointers (4520545332). If the first Data Pointer is requesting VBN a 4 byte value, then the next 4 bytes in the Record
are VBN. This continues, Data Pointer for Data Pointer, until all Data Pointers have been satisfied, or
the number of bytes is equal to the Digital Input Snapshot Record Size.
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6.11: Digital Output Log Format
Q
Digital Output Log Format: The Digital Output Log stores records in order to document the stages
used when changing states of Digital Outputs. Records are stored for four reasons - When the delay
at the end of a Relay Logic Tree is finished, indicating that a relay needs to change state, when a
communication port requests to lock or unlock a relay, when the command is transmitted to the
external device and when the response is returned from the external device.
Q
Record Format: A Record contains 64 Bytes.
·
The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp, representing the time of the event the
record is recording. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 - 99
0 - 99
1 - 12
1 - 31
0 - 23
0 - 59
0 - 59
0 - 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
An additional piece of information is contained in the centisecond byte. The most significant bit
indicates whether this DO record is contiguous in monitoring with the previous record. If the bit is
1, then this is the first record recorded after a power-down, reset or download, and all unfinished
relay interactions prior to this record are lost. If the bit is zero, then monitoring was continuous
between the last record and this one.
·
The next byte indicates the stage, or reason, for the record. The stages are as follows:
0x001 Stage 1 ElectroLogic or communication command now desires to change the state of one
or more relays.
0x002 Stage 2 Command is being transmitted to an (one) external relay.
0x003 Stage 3 Confirmation has been received from a command that was sent.
·
The next 2 bytes indicate whether information about a relay is valid or not. Modules which are
unused, or which are not responding to communication, are not valid. The bytes are formatted
as follows:
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Table 6.16: Relay Valid Bits
Bits
15
14
13
12
11
Module 1
1
9
8
7
4
1
2
3
5
6
Module 2
3
2
10
4
3
Module 3
4
1
3
2
2
1
0
Module 4
4
1
2
3
4
A bit value of 0 indicates that information for this relay is not yet valid; a bit value of 1
indicates that information for this relay is valid.
·
The next 16 bytes represent the inputs to the Relay Logic Trees arranged as follows:
Table 6.17: Relay Logic Tree Inputs
Bits
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Input 7
Input 8
·
·
Each bit represents the state of an input into a Relay Logic Tree. A bit value of 0 indicates a
false input value; a bit value of 1 indicates a true input value. These are the values for an input
before a possible NOT setting. If NOT is not set, the value remains the same. If NOT is set,
the value becomes the opposite.
The next 14 bytes represent the gate outputs of the Relay Logic Trees arranged as follows:
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Table 6.18: Relay Logic Gate Ouputs
Bits
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Gate A
Gate B
Gate C
Gate D
Gate E
Gate F
Gate G
Gate H
Each bit represents the state of a gate output in a Relay Logic Tree.
A bit value of 0 indicates a false output value; a bit value of 1 indicates a true output value.
·
The next 2 bytes indicate whether a relay is locked or unlocked. The bits are in the following
order:
Table 6.19: Relay Locked Bits
Bits
15
14
13
12
11
2
3
9
8
7
Module 2
Module 1
1
10
4
1
2
3
6
5
4
3
Module 3
4
1
2
3
2
1
0
Module 4
4
1
2
3
4
A bit value of 0 indicates the relay is not locked; a bit value of 1 indicates the relay is locked.
·
The next 2 bytes indicate whether a relay was previously locked or unlocked. The bits are in the
following order:
Table 6.20: Previously Locked Bits
Bits
15
14
13
12
11
Module 1
1
2
3
10
9
8
7
Module 2
4
1
2
3
6
5
4
3
Module 3
4
1
2
3
2
1
0
Module 4
4
1
2
3
4
A bit value of 0 indicates the relay was not locked; a bit value of 1 indicates the relay was
locked.
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·
·
The next 2 bytes indicate the desired state of the relay, in the same order as above. If the relay
is locked, as indicated in the previous 2 bytes, then the relay should be locked to this relay. If
the relay is unlocked, then this is the state in which the relay should be as indicated by the Relay
Logic Tree for this relay. A bit value of 0 indicates de-energized, or connected to Normal
Close; a bit value of 1 indicates energized, or connected to Normal Open.
The next 2 bytes indicate that a command has begun to be sent to an external module to change
the state of a relay, in the same order as above.
The first byte indicates to which relay the command is being sent:
0x000-0x003
0x004-0x007
0x008-0x00B
0x00C-0x00F
other
Module 1, Relay 1-4
Module 2, Relay 1-4
Module 3, Relay 1-4
Module 4, Relay 1-4
No command sent
The second byte indicates whether the command being sent was to energize or de-energize the
relay. A value of 0x000 indicates the relay command was to de-energize the relay; any other
value indicates the command was to energize the relay.
·
·
Q
The last 2 bytes indicate successfully changed relay states, as recorded by the reception of the
response from the relay module, in the same order as above. A bit value of 0 indicates the relay
is de-energized, or connected to Normal Close; a bit value of 1 indicates the relay is energized,
or connect to Normal Open.
The remaining 13 bytes are unused.
The normal sequence for a relay change would involve three records.
The first record would be a Stage 1 record. Stage 1 records are when the Relay Tree for an unlocked
relay has changed state for longer than the delay time for that Relay Tree, or when a command is
received over communication that locks or unlocks a relay.
The second record would be a Stage 2 record. Stage 2 records are recorded approximately with the
beginning of the transmission of the first byte of the command. Records of this type will report one and
only one relay command being issued at a time.
The third record would be a Stage 3 record. Stage 3 records are recorded when an acknowledgement for
a transmitted command to an external relay is received.
Should a problem occur with a response, multiple Stage 2 records can occur before a concluding Stage 3
record.
Should a Relay Logic Tree reverse itself, it might be possible to have two opposing Stage 1 records
without intervening or subsequent Stage 2 or 3 records, or to have a sequence of 1-2-1-3-2-3.
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6.12: Digital Output Snapshot Log Format
Q
Digital Output Snapshot Log: The Digital Output Snapshot Log will fill to the total allocated
memory. The number of records possible in the Digital Output Log is the total memory allocated
divided by the record size (size of a Digital Output Snapshot).
Profile Information is in the Programmable Settings Block.
Q
Digital Output Snapshot Record Size: (45463)
This Register is an enumeration for the size of a record in the Digital Output Snapshot Log. The
valid values are:
0x00000 = 32 byte records
0x00001 = 64 byte records
0x00002 = 128 byte records
0x00003 = 256 byte records
0x00004 = 16 byte records
Q
Digital Output Snapshot Data Pointers: (45205-45332)
These Registers indicate which information to include in a record in the Digital Output Snapshot
Log. Each Data Pointer has the following 4 (four) byte structure:
Size
2 byte
1 byte
1 byte
Format
unsigned int
unsigned char
unsigned char
Description
Line Number
Point number
Reserved
A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table. Example - Line Number 11 is for the
12th line in the Communication Table, 0.1 second Phase-to-Neutral Voltages. Data Pointers with
Line Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are ignored.
A Point Number is an index into the Communication Table.
Example: Point Number 1 is for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is
the second in the twelfth line, 0.1 second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the
number of points for the line are ignored.
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Record Format: A Record contains as many bytes as specified by the Digital Output Snapshot
Record Size Field in the Programmable Settings Block (45463).
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The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0 – 99
0 – 99
1 – 12
1 – 31
0 – 23
0 – 59
0 – 59
0 – 100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
Note: This log does not record records during Test Mode.
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The remaining bytes are the values requested by the Digital Output Snapshot Data Pointers
(45205-45332). If the first Data Pointer is requesting VBN a 4 byte value, then the next 4
bytes in the Record are VBN. This continues, Data Pointer for Data Pointer, until all Data
Pointers have been satisfied, or the number of bytes is equal to the Digital Output Snapshot
Record Size.
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6.13: Flicker Log Format
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Flicker Log Format: The Flicker Log stores records in order to document Short Term and Long
Term Flicker.
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Record Format: A Record contains 32 Bytes.
The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp, representing the time when the record was
recorded. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0-99
0-99
1-12
1-31
0-23
0-59
0-59
0-100
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
second
centisecond
The next eight bytes is a time stamp (in the same format as above), representing the time at the end
of the interval for the included Short Term or Long Term Flicker values.
The next twelve bytes are three, four byte signed (2's compliment) integers, which are the Short
Term or Long Term Flicker values, in the order:
Phase A
Phase B
Phase C
The next byte is indicates whether this record contains information on Short Term or Long Term
Flicker.
0x000
Short Term Flicker
0x001
Long Term Flicker
0x002-0x0FF
Undefined
The last three bytes are unused.
6.14: System Event Log Format
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Record Format: A Record contains 16 Bytes.
The first eight bytes in each record is the Time Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
Format
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
binary
Range
0-99
0-99
1-12
1-31
0-23
0-59
Description
century
year
month
day
hour
minute
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6
7
binary
binary
0-59
0-100
second
centisecond
The source or meaning of the timestamp depends on the type of record being recorded.
If this record was recorded while the meter was in Test Mode, then the most significant bit of the
centisecond byte will be set.
The next byte is a code to indicate the type of record:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007
0x008-0x0FF
Power
Password
Change Programmable Settings
Change Firmware
Change Time
Test Mode
Log Download
Feature Reset
Undefined
The meaning of the remaining 7 bytes (from now on referred to as sub-fields) depends on the type of
record.
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Power Record
The first byte of the sub-fields indicates whether power was lost or regained at the recorded time:
0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
Power was lost
Normal operation was restored
Undefined
The remaining 6 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Password Record
The first byte of the sub-fields indicates what action occurred at the recorded time:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007-0x0FF
Password Protection was Enabled.
Password Protection was Disabled.
The Level 1 Password was changed.
The Level 2 Password was changed.
Level 1 access was granted.
Level 2 access was granted.
An invalid password was supplied.
Undefined
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The second byte of the sub-fields indicates what port was used for the action:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004-0x0FF
Port 4
Port 3
Port 2
Port 1
Undefined
The remaining 5 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Change Programmable Settings
The 7 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Change Firmware
The first byte of the sub-fields indicates which firmware has been changed:
0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
Comm Run Time
DSP Run Time
Undefined
The next 4 bytes of the sub-fields indicates the old version number of the changed firmware.
The next 2 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Change Time
This record is used to indicate manual changes of the time of the meter, as performed via
communication commands. Automatic functions, such as IRIG-B or Daylight Savings, are not
indicated by this record.
The first byte of the sub-fields indicates which part of the time change this record shows:
0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
Old Time - The time stamp is the old time of the meter.
New Time - The time stamp is the new time of the meter.
Undefined
The second byte of the sub-fields indicates what port was used to change the time:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004-0x0FF
Port 4
Port 3
Port 2
Port 1
Undefined
The remaining 5 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Test Mode
The first byte of the sub-fields indicates which Test Mode action occurred.
Test Mode Ended
Wh Test (Del & Rcv)
VARh Test (Q1 & Q2)
VARh Test (Q3 & Q4)
VAh Test (Q1 & Q4)
VAh Test (Q2 & Q3)
Block Average Test
Rolling Average Test
Wh Test (Del & Rcv)
0x021-0x0FF
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TLC
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007
0x008
TLC & CTPT
0x000
0x009
0x00A
0x00B
0x00C
0x00D
0x00E
0x00F
0x010
Uncompensated
0x000
0x011
0x012
0x013
0x014
0x015
0x016
0x017
0x018
CTPT
0x000
0x019
0x01A
0x01B
0x01C
0x01D
0x01E
0x01F
0x020
Undefined
Log Download
The first byte indicates the log download action:
0x000
0x001
0x002
Download Started, Log records while downloading
Download Started, Log Paused while downloading
Download Ended.
The second byte of the sub-fields indicates which Log was being downloaded:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007
0x008
0x009
0x00A
0x00B
0x00C
0x00D
0x00E-0x0FF
Historical Log 1
Historical Log 2
Sequence of Events State Log
Sequence of Events Snapshot Log
Digital Input State Log
Digital Input Snapshot Log
Digital Output State Log
Digital Output Snapshot Log
Flicker Log
Waveform Trigger Log
System Event Log
Waveform Sample Log
PQ Log
Reset Log
Undefined
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The third byte of the sub-fields indicates what port was used to download the log:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004-0x0FF
Port 4
Port 3
Port 2
Port 1
Undefined
The remaining 4 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Feature Reset
The first byte indicates what feature was being reset:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007
0x008
0x009
0x00A
0x00B
0x00C
0x00D
0x00E
0x00F
0x010
0x011
0x012
All Logs Reset
Maximum Reset
Minimum Reset
Energy Reset
Time of Use Current Month
Internal Input Accumulations and Aggregations
KYZ Output Accumulations
Cumulative Demand
Historical Log 1 Reset
Historical Log 2 Reset
Sequence of Events Log Reset
Digital Input Log Reset
Digital Output Log Reset
Flicker Log Reset
Waveform Log Reset
PQ Log Reset
System Event Log Reset
Total Average Power Factor Reset
Time of Use Active Registers
The second byte of the sub-fields indicates what port was used to request the reset.
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004-0x0FF
Port 4
Port 3
Port 2
Port 1
Undefined
The remaining 5 bytes of the sub-fields are undefined.
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Chapter 7
EPM Programmable Settings Blocks
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The EPM Modbus Register Map can be found in Chapter 2. This chapter gives a detailed
description of each of the Programmable Settings Blocks.
7.1: Communication Settings Block (45057-45074)
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•
•
•
•
•
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Device Address - 2 bytes, unsigned integer, ranging from 0000H to FFFFH
Protocol - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Baud Rate - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Parity - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Stop Bits - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Data Bits - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Response Delay - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Port Mode - 1 byte, unsigned integer. The value 1 means Master; value 0 means Slave. Port 1 is
always a Slave.
Communication Settings Block Specifications
Value
Protocol
Baud Rate
Parity Stop Bits Data Bits Response Delay (ms)
0
Modbus ASCII
4800
None
5
0.00
1
Modbus RTU
9600
Even
6
0.25
2
DNP 3.0
19200
Odd
7
0.50
3
38400
Mark
8
0.75
4
57600
Space
5
115200
1.00
1.25
6
1.50
7
1 stop
1.75
8
1.5 stop
2.00
9-14
15
16-255
2.25-3.50
2 stop
3.75
4.00-63.75
7.2: Limit Settings Block (45077-45204)
Limit Comparisons - Internal Representations
An EPM device has 32 Limits Objects.
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Each Limit Object performs two independent comparisons with a selected computed value and
combines them into a combined output. Information needed to perform these actions: channel
identification, comparison values, comparison directions and combination type.
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Channel identification is performed by referencing the internal data table of the EPM device, by
specifying the Line Number and Point Number for a particular value. For example: to monitor 1
second VAN values, use Line 34, Point 0; 1 second VBN, use Line 34, Point 1; 1 second IA, use Line
36, Point 0; Thermal Average VAN, use Line 51, Point 0. To leave a Limit unassigned, use Line
65535, any point.
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Comparison values are entered using percentages relative to the programmed full scales of the
system. For VAN, the phase-to-neutral Voltage Full Scale would be referenced. If it is programmed
to 120.0 V secondary with a phase voltage PT of 120:1, then a comparison of 13.2 kV primary
would be a limit of 108 V secondary or 90.00% of the Full Scale. A 90.00% comparison for IA with
a phase Current Full Scale of 5.0 A secondary and a phase current CT of 2000:5 would be a
comparison of 4.5 A secondary or 1800 A primary. Negative percentages would be used where
appropriate (Watts, VAR, etc.). Special cases like PF and KF would depend on fixed internal Full
Scales. Human interfaces could represent this in terms of quadrature and angle, instead of the
internal percentage representation.
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Each comparison has a direction associated with it - Above or Below. A 90.00% comparison could
be for above 90.00% or below 90.00%.
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Finally, each limit object is able to produce a third output which is a combination of the two
comparisons. This combination could be an AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR or Hysteresis. So, a user
can produce a band of between 40.00% and 80.00% by combining above 40.00% AND below
80.00%; over 110.00%/under 90.00% alarms by combining above 110.00% OR below 90.00%, on
after over 110.00%, off after below 90.00% by combining above 110.00% and below 90.00% with
Hysteresis.
The structure for a combination is :
2 byte
Line Number
1 byte
Point Number
1 byte
Direction and Combination (SAB)
2 byte
Comparison 1 Percentage (Value 1)
2 byte
Comparison 2 Percentage (Value 2)
Total of 8 bytes per Limit Object, total of 256 bytes for 32 Limit Objects.
The structure for the Direction and Combination byte is:
Bits 7-5
Unused, set to 0
Bit 4
Negate combination (AND -> NAND, etc.)
Bits 3-2
00 = AND combination
01 = OR combination
10 = XOR combination
11 = Hysteresis combination
Bit 1
0 = Comparison 2 is below
1 = Comparison 2 is above
Bit 0
0 = Comparison 1 is below
1 = Comparison 1 is above
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Hysteresis combination uses comparison 1 to set the combination, and comparison 2 to clear the
combination. If both inputs are asserted, comparison 1 has priority. The usual arrangement would be
to program comparison 1 to above a large value and comparison 2 to below a small value. When the
monitored value goes above comparison 1, the combination will be set to a 1, until the
monitored value goes below comparison 2, when the combination will be cleared to a 0.
Pollable information would consist of:
32 bits
Comparison 1 states for 32 limits
32 bits
Comparison 2 states for 32 limits
32 bits
Combination states for 32 limits
Total of 96 bits (12 bytes)
7.3: Historical Log Settings Block (45205-45464)
Historical Log 1 Data Pointers (45205 - 45332), Historical Log 2 Data Pointers (45333 - 45460).
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These registers indicate which information to include in a record in the Historical Log. Each Data
Pointer has the following 4 (four) byte structure:
Data Pointer 4-Byte Structure
Size
Format
Description
2 byte
Unsigned Integer
Line Number
1 byte
Unsigned Character
Point Number
1 byte
Unsigned Character
Reserved
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A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table. Example: Line Number 11 is for the
12th line in the Communication Table, 0.1 second Phase-to-Neutral Voltages. Data Pointers with
Line Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are ignored.
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A Point Number is an index into a Line in the Communication Table. Example: Point Number 1 is
for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is the 2nd in the 12th line, 0.1
second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the number of points for the line are
ignored.
Snapshot Interval for Historical Log 1 (45361), for Historical Log 2 (45462).
One register, 2 byte unsigned integers ranged from 0 to 3600.
The unit is 1 Second.
Historical Log 1 Record Size (45463), Historical Log 2 Record Size (45464).
This register is an enumeration for the size of a record in the Historical Log. The valid values are:
0x00000 = 32 byte records
0x00002 = 128 byte records
0x00004 = 16 byte records
0x00001 = 64 byte records
0x00003 = 256 byte records
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7.4: Waveform/CBEMA Settings Block (45465-45500).
Set Points
1 register, 2 bytes signed integers. The value is ranged from +327.67 to -327.68. The unit is 0.01%.
These are the percentage of the Full Scale values.
Waveform & PQ enable
1 register, 2 bytes bitmaps. Each Set Point can be enabled or disabled by these bit settings.
Waveform Limit Above Enable, register 45489.
Waveform Limit Below Enable, register 45490.
PQ Limit Above Enable, register 45491.
PQ Limit Below Enable, register 45492.
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Value VAN
VBN
VCN
VAUX
IA
IB
IC
IAUX
IN
VAB
VBC
VCA
-
-
-
-
A bit value of 1 means Enabled.
A bit value of 0 means Disabled.
Sample Rate
1 byte, unsigned integers. This is the number of samples per one waveform.
Total Captures
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7-96
Sample Rate
16
32
64
128
256
512
-
-
Total Captures
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7-96
1 byte unsigned integers. This is the number of waveforms that the unit will capture.
Mode and CBEMA Enable - currently not used.
High Speed Input Waveform and PQ Enables
1 byte bit map. Waveform and PQ data will be collected when the transition occurs at the high speed
input when they are enabled.
Waveform Trigger Enable
Power Quality Trigger Enable
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A bit value of 1 means Enabled.
A bit value of 0 means Disabled.
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256 Samples/Cycle Channel Selection and 512 Samples/Cycle Channel Selection (45500)
When the Sample Rate is 256 or 512, not all voltage and currents can be sampled. There will be choices
which can be sampled under 256 or 512 sample rate.
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7-96
VCN
None
IA
IB
IC
INM
256 Sample Rate (High Byte) Volts Currents
512 Sample Rate (Low Byte)
VAN
VBN
7.5: High Speed Inputs Settings Block (45501-45723).
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Input Name - 8 registers, 16 bytes, 16 characters for the name.
Input Open Label - 8 registers, 16 bytes, 16 characters for label, Not Shorted, State 1.
Input Closed Label - 8 registers, 16 bytes, 16 characters for label, Shorted, State 0.
Input Value - 2 registers, currently not used.
Input Mode - Bit 0 will define the normal condition of the input.
High Speed Input Settings
Bit 0
Normal Condition
Binary State
0
Open
State 1 (Not Shorted)
1
Closed
State 0 (Shorted)
7.6: External Digital Input Module Settings Block (45725-45728).
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Up to 4 External Digital Input Modules can be addressed in this block.
Address - 1 Register, 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
A value of 0x0FFFF for an address indicates that this device is unused.
7.7: External Digital Output Module Settings Block (45729-45808).
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•
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•
Up to 4 External Digital Output Modules can be addressed in this block.
Address - 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
A value of 0x0FFFF for an address indicates that this device is unused.
Line Number - 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
Point Number - 1 byte, unsigned integers.
Line Number and Point Number will point which limit is going to be used for the relay of the
External Digital Output Module.
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7.8: External Analog Input Module Settings Block (45809-45812).
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•
Up to 4 External Analog Input Modules can be addressed in this block.
Address - 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
A value of 0x0FFFF for an address indicates that this device is unused.
7.9: External Analog Output Module Settings Block (45813-45892).
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•
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•
Up to 4 External Analog Output Modules can be addressed in this block.
Address - 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
A value of 0x0FFFF for an address indicates that this device is unused.
Line Number - 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
Point Number - 1 byte, unsigned integers.
Line Number and Point Number will point which limit is going to be used for each output of the
External Analog Output Module.
7.10: External KYZ Output Module Settings Block (45893-45907).
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Up to 4 External KYZ Output Modules can be addressed in this block.
Address - 2 bytes, unsigned integers.
A value of 0x0FFFF for an address indicates that this device is unused.
The energy assignments are as follows:
KYZ Output Relay Byte Energy Assignments
Value
Energy Assignment
0
Disabled
1
Q (1+4) WH
2
Q1 VAH
3
Q1 VARH
4
Q4 VAH
5
Q4 VARH
6
Q (2+3) WH
7
Q2 VAH
8
Q2 VARH
9
Q3 VAH
10
Q3 VARH
11-18
Internal Inputs Accumulations 1-8
19-22
Internal Input Aggregator 1-4
23-30
External Digital Input Module 1 in Accumulator 1-8
31-38
External Digital Input Module 2 in Accumulator 1-8
39-46
External Digital Input Module 3 in Accumulator 1-8
47-54
External Digital Input Module 4 in Accumulator 1-8
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7.11: CT & PT Ratio Settings Block (45909-45924).
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•
Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes, unsigned integers.
Primary numbers and secondary numbers are in these blocks for the proper ratios.
7.12: Hookup and Time Settings Block (45925-45944).
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Hookup - 1 register, 2 bytes.
High byte - Configuration Bits. Voltage selection.
When bit 0 is cleared, 150V.
When bit 0 is set, 300V.
Low byte - Wye/Delta selection.
Wye/Delta Byte Energy Assignments
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Value
Assignment
0
Wye
1
Delta 3 CTs
2
Delta 2 CTs
3
2.5 Element
4
4 Wire Delta
Frequency - currently not used.
Time Zone - 1 register, 2 bytes. Signed integer. The zone descriptor value varies from -13 to
+13. The zone descriptor value 0 represents Greenwich Mean Time.
Time Zone Descriptor
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Value
Zone Descriptor
0
ZD 0
50
ZD + 0.5
100
ZD + 1
150
ZD + 1.5
-100
ZD - 1
-150
ZD - 1.5
Daylight Savings Time Enable - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Daylight Savings Time Enable
Value
Zone Descriptor
0
Disabled
1
Use Clock Chip
2
Use Programming Block
7-7
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Transformer Loss Compensation (TLC) Enable - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Transformer Loss Compensation (TLC) Enable
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Value
Bit 0 & 1
Bit 2
0
Disabled
Add
1
Iron Only
Subtract
2
Copper Only
3
Both
Internal KYZ Form - 1 byte bit map.
Refer to the Internal KYZ Settings Block (46330) for more detail.
A bit value of 0 = Form C = Pulse of the relay.
A bit value of 1 = Form A = Transition of the relay.
Internal KYZ Form Relay Assignments
•
Bit Number
7
6
5
4
3
Relay Assignments
1
2
3
4
LED
2
1
0
Daylight Savings Time Start/End.
Address - 4 registers, 8 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer values (example below).
Daylight Savings Time Start/End Byte Assignments
Register
Byte
45929
High
45930
Low
Assignments Reserved Reserved
•
45931
45932
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
Second
Reserved
% Loss of Watt or VAR
Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes, 2 bytes for integers and 2 bytes for fractions.
7.13: Average Settings Block (45949-45952).
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Thermal and Block Averaging Time Interval: 1 register, 2 bytes unsigned integer. The unit is in
1 second.
Rolling Average Sub-Interval: 1 register, 2 bytes unsigned integer.
Predictive Rolling Window Average: 1 register, 2 bytes unsigned integer.
Number of Sliding Windows - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Time of Use Log Enable - currently not used.
7.14: Exception Profile Block (45953-45968).
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This block is not yet defined.
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7.15: Device Label Settings Block (45969-45992).
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Meter Designation - 8 registers, 16 bytes ASCII.
Auxiliary Voltage Label - 8 registers, 16 bytes ASCII.
Measured Neutral Current Label - 8 registers, 16 bytes ASCII.
7.16: Network Settings Block (45993-46016).
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IP Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer value.
Subnet Mask - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer value.
Default Gateway - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer value.
Port 2 Baud Rate - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Port 2 Baud Rate Values
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Value
Baud Rate
0
4800
1
9600
2
19200
3
38400
4
57600
5
115200
Gateway Delay - 1 byte, unsigned integers.
Gateway Delay in Milliseconds
Value
Delays in milliseconds (ms)
0
0
1
15
2-255
30-3825
Mode 1 - Network Mode 1. 1 register, only High Byte is used.
Bit 7: IP Address Resolution
A bit value of 1 means use DHCP server.
A bit value of 0 means use static IP address programmed into the meter.
Bits 0-6: Reserved
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Computer Name - 8 registers, 16 bytes ASCII.
Server IP Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer values.
7-9
Mode 2 - Network Mode 2. 1 byte.
Bit 7: IP Address Resolution
A bit value of 1 means use DHCP server.
A bit value of 0 means use static IP address programmed into the meter.
Bits 0-6: Reserved
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DNS Server 1 IP Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer values.
DNS Server 2 IP Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte has unsigned integer values.
Server / Service Enable Bits - 32 Bits.
Server / Service Enable
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
5
4
3
2
1
0
Server / Service Enable
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
Bit 31: Undefined
Bit 30: Modbus TCP Client
Bit 29: GE EGD Data Port Server
Bit 28: Web Server
Bit 27: SMPT Client (Email)
Bit 26: FTP Server
Bit 25: FTP Client
Bit 24: HTTP / Modbus RTU Server
Bit 0 to 23: Reserved
A bit value of 1 means Enable the feature.
A bit value of 0 means Disable the feature.
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Email Port Number:
Range:
1 register, 2 bytes. This is a 2-byte unsigned integer.
65535 to 0.
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FTP Port Number:
Range:
1 register, 2 bytes. This is a 2-byte unsigned integer.
65535 to 0.
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7.17: Block Window Average External Synchronization Block (46017).
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BWA Synch Enable - 1 byte.
Instead of using the time interval, the EPM can calculate the Thermal and Block average when
the pulse is detected on one of the High Speed Inputs.
Block Window Average Synchronization Assignments
•
Value
Assignments
0
Disabled
1-255
Enabled
BWA Synch Mask - 1 byte. Only one input can be selected at a time. That means only one of
the 8 bits can be set at a time.
Block Window Average Synchronization Mask Input Assignments
Bit
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Input Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Proper Value for each Assigned Input:
Proper Values for BWA Synch Mask Assigned Inputs
Assigned Input
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Proper Value
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
7.18: Display Configuration Block (46018).
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1 register, 2 bytes.
Bit 15: Only applies to the voltage reading.
A bit value of 1 = Primary voltage displayed.
A bit value of 0 = Secondary voltage displayed.
Bit 0-14: Reserved.
7.19: Energy Direction Block (46019).
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Received Energy Direction - 1 register, High byte only.
Energy Direction Block Values
Value
Description
0
(Q1+4) Watt = Received & (Q2+3) Watt = Delivered
1
(Q1+4) Watt = Delivered & (Q2+3) Watt = Received
7-11
•
Power Factor Labeling - 1 register, Low Byte only.
Power Factor Label Values
Value
Description
0
Method 1: Q1+ Lag, Q2 - Lag, Q3 - Lead, Q4 + Lead
1
Method 2: Q1+ Lag, Q2 - Lead, Q3 + Lag, Q4 - Lead
2-255
Method 1: Q1 + Lag, Q2 - Lag, Q3 - Lead, Q4 + Lead
7.20: Test Mode Configuration Block (46020).
•
•
Test Mode Exit Delay Time - 1 registers, 2 bytes - 2-byte unsigned integer.
Range: 5 minutes to 60 minutes.
This is the time in which Communicator Ext will exit Test Mode, if there is no activity.
7.21: Full Scale Block (46021-46036).
•
2 registers, 4 bytes - 2 bytes integers and 2 bytes fraction values.
7.22: External Module Software Interface Block (46053-46196).
•
•
•
External Module Types - 1 byte value, unsigned integer.
External Module Slots - 1 byte value, unsigned integer.
External Module Label - 8 registers, 16 bytes ASCII.
External Module Types & Slots
Value
Types
Slots
0
Not Assigned
1
1
KYZ
2
2
Digital Input
3
3
Analog Output 4-20mA 4 Channel
4
4
Analog Output 4-20mA 8 Channel
5
Analog Output 0-1mA 4 Channel
6
Analog Output 0-1mA 8 Channel
7
Digital Output
8
Analog Input 0-1mA 8 Channel
9
Analog Input 0-20mA 8 Channel
10
Analog Input 0-5V 8 Channel
11
Analog Input 0-10V 8 Channel
7-12
7.23: External Module Port Assignment Block (46197-46206).
•
Port Assignment bytes are enumerated as in the following table:
External Module Port Assignments
Value
Assignments
0x000
Port 4
0x001
Port 3
0x002
Port 2
0x003
Port 1 (232/485)
0x004
Diagnostic Port (currently not in use)
7.24: Manual Control Relay Block (46207-46208).
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Manual Control Relay Settings: 1 register, 2 bytes.
Up to four Relay Output Modules can be attached to an EPM meter. A Total of 16 Relays can
be controlled. The table below indicates which bit controls which relay.
Relay Control
Modules
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Bits
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Relays
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
A bit value of 1 means Manual Relay Control Only.
A bit value of 0 means ElectroLogic and Manual Relay Control.
•
Flicker Log - Reserved for future use.
7-13
7.25: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Scale Factor Block (46209-46325).
•
•
•
•
•
Scale Factors - 2 registers, 4 bytes unsigned integers.
Aggregator Assignments - 1 byte unsigned integerss.
Pulse Accumulation Labels - 8 registers, 16 bytes ASCII.
EPM Watt hour Selection - 1 byte unsigned integer.
Aggregation Assignment - 1 byte unsigned integer.
Internal Input Pulse Accumulator Assignments
2
Value
Energy
Assigned Aggregator
0
Q1+ 4 Watt Hour
None
1
Q2+ 3 Watt Hour
Add to Aggregator 1
2
Add to Aggregator 2
3
Add to Aggregator 3
4
Add to Aggregator 4
5
Subtract from Aggregator 1
6
Subtract from Aggregator 2
7
Subtract from Aggregator 3
8
Subtract from Aggregator 4
2
7.26: I t and V t Threshold Block (46326-46329).
•
•
I squared T - 2 registers, 4 bytes. 2-byte integers, 2-byte fractions. Secondary Current Value.
V squared T - 2 registers, 4 bytes. 2-byte integers, 2-byte fractions. Secondary Volt Value.
7.27: Internal KYZ Settings Block (46330-46372)- EPM 9800 Only
•
Internal KYZ Pulse Width - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Internal KYZ Pulse Width
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5-127
Pulse Width in Milliseconds (ms)
Disable
5
10
15
20
25-635
•
Internal KYZ Channel Assignment - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
•
Internal KYZ Watt Hour per pulse - 2 registers, 4 bytes, 2 byte integer, 2 byte fraction.
7-14
Internal KYZ Channel Assignment
•
Value
Channel Assignment
0
Quad (1+4) Watt Hour
1
Quad 1 VA Hour
2
Quad 1 VAR Hour
3
Quad 4 VA Hour
4
Quad 4 VAR Hour
5
Quad (2+3) Watt Hour
6
Quad 2 VA Hour
7
Quad 2 VAR Hour
8
Quad 3 VA Hour
9
Quad 3 VAR Hour
Internal KYZ Enable - 1 byte.
Internal KYZ Enable Assignment
Bit
Assignment
Bit 7
Relay 1
Bit 6
Relay 2
Bit 5
Relay 3
Bit 4
Relay 4
Bit 3
Test LED
A bit value of 1 = KYZ is enabled.
A bit value of 0 = KYZ is disabled.
•
End of Interval Pulse - The EPM 9800 can generate a pulse upon completion of a block
window interva1. This pulse is generated on one of the relays and the pulse width is selectable.
7-15
7.28: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Unit Label Block (46373-46420).
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4 registers, 8 bytes. These labels are used to describe the units a pulse represents. Units are
usually one word and are 8 characters or less.
End of Interval Pulse
Byte
Value
Enable
Relay
Width (milliseconds)
0
Disable Pulse
Internal Relay 1
5ms
1
Enable Pulse
Internal Relay 2
10 ms
2
Internal Relay 3
15 ms
3
Internal Relay 4
20 ms
4-126
25ms - 635ms
Examples of Units: Gallons, BTUs, Liters, Wh, kWh, VAh, etc.
7-16
7.29: ElectroLogic Block (46421-46804)
An EPM device will support 16 Relay structures.
Q
Εach Relay Structure will combine up to 8 Limit Comparisons or Combinations using a three-level
binary tree of AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR or Hysteresis combinations. All trees will be
reevaluated once per second. The final result of the tree, subject to delays, would then be queued for
immediate transmission to External Relay Output devices.
Information needed to perform these actions:
• Input Limit Comparison and Combination Identification
• Input Senses for Each Input
• Combination Assignments for Each of 7 Gates in the Tree for Each Relay Structure
• Delay Times
Q
Input Sense would apply to each input, negating an input state; in effect this would be the
above/below equivalent for non-limit inputs like low speed inputs.
Q
Comparison and combination identification would be performed by referencing the internal data
table of the EPM, by specifying the Line number and Point number for a particular bit. For
example, to refer to the first comparison of Limit 1, use Line 231, Point 0; first comparison of Limit
2, use Line 231, Point 1; first comparison of Limit 20, use Line 231, Point 19; second comparison of
Limit 1, use Line 232, Point 0. To leave a line unassigned with a value of 0, use Line 65535, Point
255.
Binary Tree combinations: AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR and Hysteresis.
Delays are in seconds, and with a separate delay for activation (0-to-1 transitions) and deactivation
(1-to-0 transitions).
Q
The format of a Relay Structure:
2 byte
Line Number, First Tree Input
1 byte
Point Number, First Tree Input
1 byte
Unused
This 4 byte structure is repeated 7 more times for a total of eight inputs, 32 bytes.
1 byte
Input sense & combination A, combining inputs 1 & 2
1 byte
Input sense & combination B, combining inputs 3 & 4
1 byte
Input sense & combination C, combining inputs 5 & 6
1 byte
Input sense & combination D, combining inputs 7 & 8
1 byte
Input sense & combination E, combining A & B
1 byte
Input sense & combination F, combining C & D
1 byte
Input sense & combination G, combining E & F
1 byte
Unused
1 byte
Delay in seconds from 0-to-1 transition before reporting 1
1 byte
Delay in seconds from 1-to-0 transition before reporting 0
6 bytes
Unused
Total of 48 bytes per Relay Structure, total of 768 bytes for 16 Relay Objects.
7-17
Q
The structure for the Direction and Combination byte:
Bits 7-5
Unused, set to 0
Bit 4
Negate combination (AND -> NAND, etc.)
Bits 3-2
00 = AND combination
01 = OR combination
10 = XOR combination
11 = Hysteresis combination
Bit 1
0 = second input is not inverted
1 = second input is inverted
Bit 0
0 = first input is not inverted
1 = first input is inverted
Hysteresis combination uses the first input to set the combination, and the second input to clear the
combination. If both inputs are asserted, the first input has priority.
Bits 0 and 1, negating inputs, only apply to gates A, B, C and D.
7.30: Limit Profile Label Block (46805-47060)
•
•
Currently, this block is not used.
8 registers, 16 bytes. 16 characters
7.31: External Analog Output Module Channel Update Block (47061-47062)
Q
This block is added to improve the update speed of what is sent to the External Analog Output
Modules from the EPM device. Not all channels of the External Analog Output Module might be in
use. The value indicates the number of External Analog Output Module channels that are refreshed
per Modbus message. In the older versions of External Analog Output Modules, only one channel
update was possible at a time.
External Analog Output Module Update Speed
Value
Update
0
1 channel at a time
1
2 channels at a time
2
4 channels at a time
3
8 channels at a time
4-255
8 channels at a time
7-18
7.32: Miscellaneous DNP Settings Block (47063-47104)
Scale for Analog Output of Average Pulse Accumulation - 1 byte unsigned integer.
Pulse accumulation values are 8-byte. But the Analog Output Module can accept 4-byte quantity.
Therefore, only 4 bytes out of 8 bytes will be sent to Analog Output Module. This register decides
which 4 bytes will be sent out.
Values
Bytes to be Sent Out
0
Bytes 7,6,5,4
1
Bytes 6,5,4,3
2
Bytes 5,4,3,2
3
Bytes 4,3,2,1
4
Bytes 3,2,1,0
•
Compressed DNP - 1 byte. Only used in EPM 9450.
•
Energy in the Interval - 1 byte unsigned Integer. This is the Interval Time for Energy in the
Interval. Unit is in minutes. Range is from 60 to 0.
•
DNP Time Synchronization Enable - 1 byte. Register Address 47064 (Lower Byte).
A value of 1 means that DNP Time Synchronization is enabled
A value of 0 means that DNP Time Synchronization is disabled
•
DNP Time Synchronization Time Interval - 1 register, 2 bytes. Register Address 47065.
Value
Time (1 Minute Interval)
0
No Time Synchronization
1
1 minute
2
2 minutes
...
...
60
1 hour
61
1 hour, 1 minute
...
1439
23 hours, 59 minutes
1440
1 day
1440-65535
1 day (default)
7-19
•
Bitmap
Bit 13: Choice of Class 0 poll between Object 20 and Object 21
Register
40766 (Bit 13)
Value
Description
1
Object 21
0
Object 20
Bit 12: Enable DNP Freeze Schedule
Register
40766 (Bit 12)
•
•
Value
Description
1
Enabled
0
Disabled
DNP Freeze Date & Time - 4 registers, 8 bytes.
Registers
Byte
Name
Range
47067 - HIGH
7
Century
0-99
47067 - LOW
6
Year
0-99
47068 - HIGH
5
Month
1-12
47068 - LOW
4
Day
1-31
47069 - HIGH
3
Hour
0-23
47069 - LOW
2
Minute
0-59
47070 - HIGH
1
Second
0-59
47070 - LOW
0
Centi-Second
0 (Always 0)
DNP Freeze Interval - 1 register, 2 bytes.
Registers
Byte
Name
Range
47071 - HIGH
1
Hour
Minute
47071 - LOW
0
0-48
0-59
7-20
7.33: Custom DNP Definition Block for Analog Input (Object 30) (47105-47360)
•
Line number: 2-byte unsigned integer
Line number and Point number will indicate the Analog Input value to be used for one of the
point in Object 30.
•
Point number: 1-byte unsigned integer
•
Reserved: 1 byte. Reserved for future use.
•
DeadBand: 2-byte signed number (Percentage)
Range:
+327.67% / - 327.68%
Unit:
0.01%
If the Current Analog Value is different from the Previous value by more than Deadband
percentage, the meter will generate Analog Change Event value if it is assigned to any Class.
•
Class assignments (Currently only bits 5,4 and 3 are used): 8-bit bitmap
When bit 5 is set, the Analog Change Event value will not be generated.
When bit 5 is clear, bit 4 and bit 3 will assign the Analog Change Event value to a Class.
Class Assignments for Analog Change Event
•
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Class Assigned
0
0
0
No Class
0
0
1
Class 1
0
1
0
Class 2
0
1
1
Class 3
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
Reserved: 1 byte. Reserved for future use.
7.34: Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Counter (Object 20) (47361-47424)
•
Line number: 2-byte unsigned integer
Line number and Point number will indicate the Binary Counter value to be used for one of the
point in Object 20.
•
Point number: 1-byte unsigned integer
•
Scaling: 1-byte unsigned integer
Range: 0-15
7-21
The meter has an 8-byte Binary Counter Value while DNP can only give a 4-byte value. By
using this scaling, the user can get the proper range of data. The scaling value represents the
power of 10.
•
Delta Values: 4-byte unsigned integer
If the Current Binary Counter value is different from the Previous value more than Delta values,
the Counter Change Event value will be generated if it is assigned to a Class.
•
Class assignments (Currently bits 5,4,3,2,1 and 0 are used): 8-bit bitmap
When bit 5 is set, the Counter Change Event value will not be generated.
When bit 5 is clear, bit 4 and bit 3 will assign the Counter Change Event value to a Class.
Class Assignments for Counter Change Event
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Class Assignment
0
0
0
No Class
0
0
1
Class 1
0
1
0
Class 2
0
1
1
Class 3
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
When bit 2 is set, the Frozen Counter Event value will not be generated.
When bit 2 is clear, bit 1 and bit 0 will assign the Frozen Counter Event value to a Class.
Class Assignments for Frozen Counter Events
Bit 2
•
Bit 1
Bit 0
Class Assigned
0
0
0
No Class
0
0
1
Class 1
0
1
0
Class 2
0
1
1
Class 3
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
Reserved: 7 bytes. Reserved for future use.
7-22
7.35: Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Input (Object 1) (47425-47456)
•
Line number: 2-byte unsigned integer
Line number and Point number indicate the Binary Input value used for 8 points in Object 1.
•
Point number: 1-byte unsigned integer
•
Class Assignments: 8-bit bitmap (1 byte). Bit 7, 6 and 5 will assign the Binary Input Change
value to a Class. Bit 4 to bit 0 are not used.
Class Assignments for Binary Input Change
•
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Class Assigned
0
0
0
No Class
0
0
1
Class 1
0
1
0
Class 2
0
1
1
Class 3
1
X
X
No Class
1
X
X
No Class
1
1
X
X
X
X
No Class
No Class
Reserved: 4 bytes. Reserved for future use.
7.36: Custom DNP Definition Block for Binary Output (Object 10) (47457-47458)
•
•
Enable / Disable Relays (1-16) (2 bytes):
0: Relay disabled
1: Relay enabled
Bits
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Relays
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Enable / Disable Resets (17-24) (1 byte):
0: Reset disabled
Bit
15
Log Reset
14
Maximum Reset
13
Minimum Reset
12
Energy Reset
11
Reset Time of Use Current Season and Current Month
10
Manual Waveform Capture
9
Reset KYZ Output Accumulations
8
7-0
1: Reset enabled
Resets
Reset Unit to Boot Mode - Default Communications Settings
Reserved
7-23
7.37: Custom DNP Definition Block for Global Values (47459-47463)
When the master requests data by the object, it can specify the variation in the request so the
master can get the data formatted for its use. When the master asks for Variation 0, the slave meter
can respond with any variation(s). This Programmable Setting holds the variations available for a
Variation 0 request.
Address
Object
Object Variations Available for
Number a Variation 0 Request
47459, High
Binary Input
1
1,2
47459, Low
Binary Input Change
2
1,2
47460, High
Binary Counter
20
1,2,5,6
47460, Low
Frozen Counter
21
1,2,5,6,9,10
47461, High
Counter Change Event 22
1,2,5,6
47461, Low
Frozen Counter Event 23
1,2,5,6
47462, High
Analog Input
30
1,2,3,4
47463, High
Analog Change Event 32
1,2,3,4
7.38: Analog Input Scaling Factors Block (48641-48768)
•
•
•
•
2 registers, 4 bytes. These are signed 2 byte integer values and 2 byte fractions.
The integer values are ranged from -32768 to +32767.
The fraction has the unit of 1/65536.
They are 8 channels for High and 8 channels for Low up to 4 modules.
7.39: Analog Input Labels Block (48769-49024)
•
•
8 registers, 16 bytes. Each channel can be named with 16 characters.
They are 8 channels up to 4 modules.
7.40: External Digital Input Module Labels Block (49025-49792)
•
•
•
8 registers, 16 bytes.
Each channel, open condition and closed condition can be named with 16 characters.
They are 8 of each and up to 4 modules.
7.41: External Digital Output Module Labels Block (49793-50176)
•
•
•
8 registers, 16 bytes.
Each relay, normally open, and normally closed can be named with 16 characters.
They are 4 of each and up to 4 modules.
7-24
7.42: Internal Modem Card Settings Block (50177-50268)
•
•
Ring number - 1 byte. The EPM device will answer after this number of rings (1 to 9).
Baud Rate - 1 byte. This will program the baud rate of the gateway.
EPM Internal Modem Card Baud Rate Settings
•
Index
Baud Rate (INP 1)
Baud Rate (INP 2)
0
57600
115200
1
57600
57600
2
38400
38400
3
19200
19200
4
9400
9600
5
4800
4800
6
57600
2400
7
57600
1200
8
57600
9600
9
57600
9600
10-255
57600
9600
Port Configuration - 1 byte. Pass Through Port Configuration.
Bit 2 - Bit 0
Parity
000
None
001
Even
010
Odd
011
Mark
100
Space
101
Space
110
Space
111
Space
Bit 3:
A value of 0 means 8-data bits.
A value of 1 means 7-data bits.
•
Call Delay Timer Limit - 1 register, 2 bytes. User-set variable that defines the number of
seconds the modem will wait before processing a callback event (0-240 seconds). Applies to
calls caused by Limit or Input Status conditions.
•
Activity Timeout Limit - 1 byte. User-set value that is the number of minutes of inactivity (no
communication activity) that is allowed on an open modem connection before the modem will
terminate the connection (1-30 minutes)
7-25
•
Call Fail Reset Limit - 1 byte. User-set value for the number of hours the modem will lock out
incoming calls if the Incoming Connection Failure Limit is reached (1-50 hours).
•
Violation Lockout Time - 1 byte. Use-set time limit for the number of hours (1-32) modem
will be inaccessible. The Violation Lockout provides a level of security against bad passwords.
•
Violation Limit - 1 byte. User-set value for number of times the modem will allow
unsuccessful connection attempts (unable to supply correct password in three attempts) before
locking up to incoming calls (1-10). Modem will disconnect from the incoming call and will
not accept incoming calls for a period of time equal to the Violation Lockout Time.
•
Log Full Limit Threshold (Covers All Logs) - 1 register, 2 bytes. Percent that a log is full
before a call is triggered.
•
Modem ID (32 bytes) - 16 registers, 32 bytes. Up to 32 Western Alphabet Characters (16 Asian
Characters) can be written.
•
Modem Password (10 bytes) - 5 registers, 10 bytes. Up to 10 alphanumeric characters
(user-set) in addition to passwords that affect access to certain levels of the EPM meter. If the
password is not entered correctly, the modem asks the user to enter the password again up to
three times and disconnects after the third incorrect attempt.
•
Numeric Pager ID (7 bytes) - Reserved for future use.
•
Bitmap Set - 1 byte, 8 bits.
Internal Modem Card Bitmap Settings
Bit 7
Call Back Type
Bit 6
Modem Password
Flag
Bit 5
Primary Line Type
Bit 4
Primary Pager
Type
Bit 3
Shared Phone Line
Bit 2 - Bit 0
Not Used
0: Standard Mode
1: Playback Mode
0: Password Not Active
1: Password Active
0: Computer
1: Pager
0: Numeric
1: Alpha-numeric
0: False
1: True
•
Rings to Answer - 1 byte. User-set value for the number of Rings (1-9) before the modem will
go off-hook and attempt to answer an incoming call.
•
Primary Retry Limit - 1 register, 2 bytes. The user-set limit for retry attempts (0-1000).
7-26
•
Primary Retry Delay - 1 register, 2 bytes. The number of minutes (0-1000) between retries.
•
Primary Phone Number (48 bytes) - 24 registers, 48 bytes. The first phone number (up to 48
characters) called for automated callout.
•
Time Limit - Reserved for future use.
•
Event Mask - 1 register, 2 bytes. These are the conditions that EPM meter dials out when the
condition occurs.
Modem Feature Dial-Out Mask (Event Mask)
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
A bit value of 1 means the feature is disabled for reporting.
A bit value of 0 means the feature is enabled for reporting.
Bit
Event Description
0
Limits Status Change
1
High Speed Input Change
2
Waveform Record Captured
3
CBEMA Power Quality Event
4
Control Output Change
5
Filling of Meter Memory
6
Cycling of Control Power
7
Modem Password Failure
8
Failure of Communication with the Device
9-15
Reserved
•
Secondary Retry Limit - 1 register, 2 bytes. The user-set limit for retry attempts (0-1000).
•
Secondary Retry Delay - 1 register, 2 bytes. The number of minutes (0-1000) between retries.
•
Secondary Phone Number (48 bytes) - 24 registers, 48 bytes. The second phone number (up
to 48 characters) called for automated callout.
•
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 1, Device 2) - The address has one byte unsigned
integer. The device address can be any number except 1. The number 1 is always reserved for
the Primary Device.
•
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 3, Device 4) - The address has one byte unsigned
integer. The device address can be any number except 1. The number 1 is always reserved for
the Primary Device.
7-27
•
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 5, Device 6) - The address has one byte unsigned
integer. The device address can be any number except 1. The number 1 is always reserved for
the Primary Device.
•
Device Addresses at Gateway (Device 7, Device 8) - The address has one byte unsigned
integer. The device address can be any number except 1. The number 1 is always reserved for
the Primary Device.
7.43: Customizable Modbus Map Settings Block (50273-50784)
Q
Using this block, you can customize up to 256 readings. All the readings that are customized in this
block can be seen in the Customized Modbus Map Window Block (12289).
•
•
•
Line Number - 2 bytes.
Point Number - 1 byte.
Reserved - 1 byte. Currently not used.
You can select any Register or Group of Registers that has a Line Number and a Point Number from
the EPM Modbus Register Map. Those selections are used to create a customized grid of up to 256
readings in the EPM Communicator Device Profile.
Example: In order to read 1 Cycle Phase A-N Voltage as Item Number 1 on your Customized
Modbus Map, you would enter for Item 1: Line Number 10 and Point Number 0.
Refer to the GE Communicator Ext User Manual for details on the creation of your Customized
Modbus Map.
7-28
7.44: Auto TFTP Download Settings Block (Network Settings 10/100 Card)
(50785-5
50860)
• Enable / Disable - 1 Register.
Network Settings 10/100 Card
Auto TFTP Download Settings
Enable / Disable
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit 15:
1 = Enable Auto TFTP Download
0 = Disable Auto TFTP Download
• TFTP Port - 1 register, 2 bytes. Two byte unsigned integer.
• Client IP - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte is unsigned integer.
• Server IP - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte is unsigned integer.
• Default Gateway - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte is unsigned integer.
• Subnet Mask - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte is unsigned integer.
• Email Mode - Bitmap.
Bit 15: Require Authentication.
A bit value of 1 means No authentication is required.
A bit value of 0 means authentication is required.
Bit 14 to 0: Not used. Reserved.
• FTP Download - Reserved for future use.
• Download Filename (128 Bytes) - 64 registers, 128 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
51020)
7.45: Email Client Settings (Network Settings 10/100 Card) (50861-5
Q
Email Server IP Address/ Name (64 bytes) - 32 registers. 64 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
Q
GE Communicator Ext Email Processing Service IP Address/ Name (64 bytes) - 32 registers, 64
bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• Return/ Reply Address (64 bytes) - 32 registers, 64 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• Email Subject Text (64 bytes) - 32 registers, 64 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• Email Username (32 bytes) - 16 registers, 32 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• Email Password (32 bytes) - 16 registers, 32 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
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7.46: FTP Client (Network Settings 10/100 Card) (51021-5
51148)
• FTP Username (32 bytes) - 16 registers, 32 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• FTP Password (32 bytes) - 16 registers, 32 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• Startup Remote Default Dictionary (128 bytes) - 64 registers, 128 bytes.
Each byte is ASCII.
• FTP Server IP Address/ Name (64 bytes) - 32 registers, 64 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
7.47: GE EGD Protocol (Network Settings 10/100 Card) (51149-5
51154)
• IP Address - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Each byte is ASCII.
• Update Interval - 1 register, 2 bytes. Two byte unsigned integer. The unit is 0.1 second.
• Connection Type/Option Bits
Connection Type
Index
Description
0
Broadcast
1
Multicast
2
Unicast
INP 100 Card EGD Bitmap Settings
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit 0: Producer Identifier
A value of 1 means Use Assigned Meter IP Address.
A value of 0 means Use Customer Defined Address, described in IP Address register, above.
• Producer Identifier - 2 registers, 4 bytes. Four byte unsigned long. Only available when the
Customer Number is used.
51195)
7.48: DNP LAN/WAN (51157-5
• Mode - 1 byte unsigned integer.
Index
Index 0, 3-255
Description
Disabled
No DNP over IP functionality
1
Standard
Most settings overridden by default values
2
Manual
All settings are used
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• Bitmap Set - 8-bit bitmap.
DNP LAN/WAN Bitmap
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit 7: TCP Enable
A value of 0 means DNP over TCP listening point disabled.
A value of 1 means DNP over TCP listening point enabled.
Bit 6: UDP Enable
A value of 0 means DNP over UDP end point disabled.
A value of 1 means DNP over UDP end point enabled.
Bit 5: Validate Client Point
A value of 0 means No validation and any port is accepted.
A value of 1 means Validate connections against the first 1-4 entries.
Bit 4: UDP Response Behavior
A value of 0 means Respond to Client Port.
A value of 1 means Respond to programmed UDP respond port.
Bit 3 to Bit 0: Reserved
• UDP Addressing - 1 byte unsigned integer.
Index
Description
1
Unicast Addressing Only
2
Broadcast Only
3 (0, 4-255)
Unicast and Broadcast
• Validate Connection Count - 1 byte unsigned integer.
Index
0, (5-255)
1-4
Description
No validation, any connection is accepted
Validate connections against the first 1-4 entries
• TCP Listen Port - Two byte unsigned integer. TCP listening port.
• UDP Listen Port - Two byte unsigned integer. UDP listening port.
• Valid IP Address 1,2,3,4 - Four 4 byte IP address. Each byte is 1 unsigned integer. These are
IP addresses for validating TCP connections and UDP datagrams.
• Valid IP Subnet Mask 1,2,3,4 - Four 4 byte IP address. Each byte is unsigned integer. These
are IP subnet masks for validating TCP connections and UDP datagrams.
• TCP Starting Valid Client Ports - Four 2 byte unsigned integers. These are Starting Client
ports for validating TCP connections.
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• TCP Ending Valid Client Ports - Four 2 byte unsigned integers. These are Ending Client port
for validating TCP connections.
• UDP Starting Valid Client Ports - Four 2 byte unsigned integers. These are Starting Client
ports for validating UDP datagrams.
• UDP Ending Valid Client Ports - Four 2 byte unsigned integers. These are Ending Client ports
for validating UDP datagrams
• Multicast Group Address - Reserved for future use.
• UDP Respond Port - 2 byte unsigned integer. This is UDP port to respond to if UDP response
behavior is
7.49: Customizable Modbus Map Format Block (51201-5
51712)
Q
Using this block, you can customize up to 256 readings. All the readings that are customized in this
block can be seen in the Customized Modbus Map Window Block (12289).
• Line Number - 2 bytes.
• Point Number - 1 byte.
• Reserved - 1 byte. Currently not used.
You can select any Register or Group of Registers that has a Line Number and a Point Number
from the EPM Modbus Register Map. Those selections are used to create a customized grid of up
to 256 readings in the EPM Communicator Device Profile.
Example: In order to read 1 Cycle Phase A-N Voltage as Item Number 1 on your Customized
Modbus Map, you would enter for Item 1: Line Number 10 and Point Number 0.
Refer to GE Communicator User’s Manual for details on the creation of your Customized Modbus
Map.
7.50: Energy Scale Settings (51713-5
51738)
Q
Each register contains 2 bytes. Each byte contains settings for a base quantity. The format of a byte
is as follows:
Bit
Meaning
7
6
Digits
5
4
3
Unit
2
1
0
Decimal Places
Digits is a 3 bit field, which is offset by 2 to represent from 2 to 9 displayable digits.
Unit is a 2-bit field, where the values from 0 to 2 represent units of Wh (100), k (103) and M (106).
The value 3 is undefined and is treated the same as 2, signifying M (106).
Decimal Places is a 3-bit field, which represent from 0 to 7 decimal places.
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Examples: For the following, the Q1234 VAh has a current value of 123,456,789.0123 VAh.
Register CA00H
Unit
D.P.
Pattern
20xxH 001 00 000 3 Digits
VAh, 100
0
xxx VAh
8BxxH 100 01 011 6 Digits
kVAh, 103
3
88xxH 100 01 000 6 Digits
kVAh, 103
0
Hex
Binary
Digits
Reading
Display
Hex
Decimal
00000315H
789
789 VAh
xxx.xxx kVAh 0006F855H
456789
456.789 kVAh
xxxxxx kVAh
0001E240H
123456
123,456 kVAh
6
3
xxx.xxx MVAh 0001E240H
123456
123.456 MVAh
6
72xxH 011 10 010 5 Digits MVAh, 10
2
xxx.xx MVAh
12345
123.45 MVAh
0
2
93xxH 100 10 011 6 Digits MVAh, 10
C2xxH 110 00 010 8 Digits
VAh, 10
00003039H
xxxxxx.xx VAh 02B90135H 45678901 456,789.01 VAh
7.51: Update Settings Block (52975-5
53248)
Q
User Memo Field (256 bytes)- 128 registers, 256 bytes. User can write any notes up to 255 characters in this memo field.
• Name of User Who Last Updated the Profile (256 bytes) - These registers are used internally
with the software. No interactions are required by the user.
• Device Profile Version (Year, Month/Day, Build) - These registers have the updated date for
Device Profile. These registers are used internally with the software. No interactions are
required by the user.
• Program Software ID - These registers have software ID. These registers are used internally
with the software. No interactions are required by the user.
• GE Device Type (Base Unit, Option 1/Option 2, Option 3/Option 4) - These registers have
information on what type of GE meters that the software is communicating to.
These registers are used internally with the software. No interactions are required by the user.
• Update Programming Software Version Number (Major, Minor, Revision) - These registers
have software version number. These registers are used internally with the software. No
interactions are required by the user.
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Chapter 8
Register Block Titles
Q
This chapter expands upon information listed in the EPM Modbus Register Map (Chapter 2).
Register Block Titles refer to a Register or Group of Registers in the Register Map that serve a
particular purpose or function. Refer to the Table of Contents to find additional details and
descriptions of the EPM Modbus Register Map.
8.1: Device Indentification Block (00001-00080)
Q
Description: Registers included in this block: Device Name, Firmware Variation Strings 0-7, EPM
Communicator Boot Version Number, EPM Communicator Run-Time Version Number, EPM DSP
Boot Version Number, EPM DSP Run-Time Version Number. (See 3.1, 3.2.)
8.2: Real Time Block (00081-00089)
Q
Description: Registers included in this block: On Time, Current Time, Current Day of the Week.
(See 3.3, 3.4.)
On Time (00081-00084)
These Registers keep the Time of the meter when it is turned on. The format of the Registers
follows the table below. Byte 0 indicates the high byte of the Register 00081 and the byte 7
indicates the low byte of Register 00084. These Registers are for Read Only.
Byte
Range
Description
0
0-255
Century
1
0-99
Year
2
1-12
Month
3
1-31
Day
4
0-23
Hour
5
0-59
Minute
6
0-59
Second
7
0-99
Centisecond
Current Time (00085-00088)
These Registers keep the Current Time of the meter. These values are kept by an internal battery
even when the meter is off. The format of the Registers follows the table above.
Current Day of the Week (00089)
This Register keeps the Current Day of the Week. The format follows the table below.
8-1
Q
Value
Day of Week
0001H
Sunday
0002H
Monday
0003H
Tuesday
0004H
Wednesday
0005H
Thursday
0006H
Friday
0007H
Saturday
Example: Resetting the Time on a meter.
For May 20, Century is 20 (14H). Year is 02. Month is 05. Day is 20 (14H). Hour is 15 (0FH).
Minute is 45 (2DH). Second is 00. Centisecond is 00. Day is 0002H.
The following data is sent to the EPM meter address 1. Registers 00085 through 00089 are written
sequentially in one request. Register 00089, Current Day of the Week, must be included in the
request. (Refer to Chapter 1 for Function Code 1.)
0110005400050A140205140F2D00000002B44A
01 - Meter Address
10 - Function Code
0054 - Starting Address
0005 - Number of Registers
0A - Number of Bytes
140205140F2D00000002 - Actual data for Time and Date
B44A - Two-byte CRC Checksum
8.3: 1 Cycle Block (00090-00118)
Q
Description: 1 Cycle Registers included in this block: Block Time Stamp, Phase A-N, B-N, C-N,
Aux Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Measured Neutral Current, Calculated Neutral Current, Phase
A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage, High Speed Input Delta and Current State. (See 3.3, 3.5, 3.6.)
8.4: Tenth Second Block (00119-00175)
Q
Description: Tenth Second Registers included in this block: Block Time Stamp, Phase A-N, B-N,
C-N, Aux Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Measured Neutral Current, Phase A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage,
Phase A, B, C VA, Three Phase VA, Phase A, B, C VAR, Three Phase VAR, Phase A, B, C Watts,
Three Phase Watts, Frequency, Phase A, B, C Power Factor, Three Phase Power Factor, Phase A-N
Voltage to Aux Voltage Phase Angle. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.8, 3.9.)
8.5: One Second Block (00176-00235)
Q
Description: One Second Registers included in this block: Block Time Stamp, Phase A-N, B-N,
C-N, Aux Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Measured Neutral Current, Calculated Neutral Current,
8-2
Phase A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage, Phase A, B, C VA, VA, Phase A, B, C VAR, Three Phase VAR, Phase
A, B, C Watts, Three Phase Watts, Frequency, Phase A, B, C Power Factor, Three Phase Power
Factor, Voltage Imbalance, Current Imbalance. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.8, 3.10.)
8.6: Thermal Average Block (00236-00295)
Q
Description: Thermal Average Registers included in this block: Block Time Stamp, Phase A-N,
B-N, C-N, Aux Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Measured Neutral Current, Calculated Neutral
Current, Phase A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage, Phase A, B, C VA, VA, Phase A, B, C VAR, VAR, Phase A,
B, C Watts, Watts, Freq, Phase A, B, C PF, PF, Voltage, Current Imbalance. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.8, 3.10.)
8.7: Maximum Block (00296-00396)
Q
Description: Maximum (Thermal Average) Registers included in this block: Block Time Stamp,
Phase A-N, B-N, C-N, Aux Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Measured Neutral Current, Calculated
Neutral Current, Phase A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage, Phase A, B, C VA, VA, Phase A, B, C Positive VAR,
Positive VAR, Phase A, B, C Negative VAR, Negative VAR, Phase A, B, C Positive Watts, Positive
Watts, Phase A, B, C Negative Watts, Negative Watts, Freq, Phase A, B, C PF Quadrants 1, 2, 3, 4,
PF Quadrants 1, 2, 3, 4, Voltage Imbalance, Current Imbalance, THD Phase A-N /A-B, B-N /B-C,
C-N/C-A Voltage, THD Phase A, B, C Current, K-Factor Phase A, B, C Current, Coincident
Thermal Average VAR for Max Pos Watt, Max Neg Watt. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.8, 3.10.)
8.8: Minimum Block (00397-00497)
Q
Description: Minimum (Thermal Average) Registers included in this block: All of the Registers for
Maximum Block but for Minimum Block. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.8, 3.10.)
8.9: Maximum Time Stamp Block (00498-00737)
Q
Description: Maximum (Thermal Average) Time Stamp Registers included in this block: Phase
A-N, B-N, C-N, Aux Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Measured Neutral Current, Calculated Neutral
Current, Phase A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage, Phase A, B, C VA, VA, Phase A, B, C Positive VAR,
Positive VAR, Phase A, B, C Negative VAR, Negative VAR, Phase A, B, C Positive Watts, Positive
Watts, Phase A, B, C Negative Watts, Negative Watts, Freq, Phase A, B, C PF Quadrants 1, 2, 3, 4,
PF Quadrants 1, 2, 3, 4, Voltage Imbalance, Current Imbalance, THD Phase A-N/A-B, B-N/B-C,
C-N/C-A Voltage, THD Phase A, B, C Current, K-Factor Phase A, B, C Current. (See 3.3.)
8.10: Minimum Time Stamp Block (00738-00977)
Q
Description: Minimum (Thermal Average) Time Stamp Registers included in this block: All of the
Registers for Maximum Time Stamp Block but for Minimum Block. (See 3.3.)
8.11: Energy Block (Secondary) (00978-01021)
Q
Description: Energy Registers included in this block: Time Stamp, VAhour, Positive, Negative
VARhour, Positive , Negative Watthour. (See 3.3, 3.11, 3.12.)
8-3
8.12: Harmonic Magnitude Block (01022-01789)
Q
Description: Harmonic Magnitude Registers included in this block: Phase A-N/A-B, B-N/B-C,
C-N/C-A Voltage for 0th through 127th Harmonic Magnitude, Phase A, B, C Current for 0th through
127th Harmonic Magnitude. (See 3.10.)
8.13: Harmonic Phase Block (01790-02557)
Q
Description: Harmonic Phase Registers included in this block: Phase A-N/A-B, B-N/B-C,
C-N/C-A Voltage for 0th through 127th Harmonic Phase, Phase A, B, C Current for 0th through 127th
Harmonic Phase. (See 3.9.)
8.14: THD/K-Factor Block (02558-02566)
Q
Description: THD/K-Factor Registers included in this block: Phase A-N/A-B, B-N/B-C,
C-N/C-A Voltage THD, Phase A, B, C Current THD, Phase A, B, C Current K-Factor. (See 3.10.)
8.15: Harmonic Time Stamp Block (02567-02590)
Q
Description: Harmonic Time Stamp Registers included in this block: Phase A-N/A-B, B-N/B-C,
C-N/C-A Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current. (See 3.3.)
8.16: Phase Angle Block (02591-02604)
Q
Description: Phase Angle Registers included in this block: Time Stamp, Phase A-N, B-N, C-N
Voltage, Phase A, B, C Current, Phase A-B, B-C, C-A Voltage, Volt Phase Seq. (See 3.3, 3.9, 3.13.)
8.17: Block Window Average Block (02605-02683)
Q
Description: Block Window Average Registers included in this block: Time Stamp, Status, VA,
VAR, Watt, Maximum VA, Positive VAR, Negative VAR, Positive Watt, Negative Watt, Minimum
VA, Positive VAR, Negative VAR, Positive Watt, Negative Watt, Coincident VAR for Max Positive
Watt, Neg Watt, Coincident VAR for Min Positive Watt, Neg Watt, VA Time Stamp, Time Stamp for
Pos VAR, Neg VAR, Pos Watt, Neg Watt, Minimum VA Time Stamp, Time Stamp for Minimum Pos
VAR, Neg VAR, Pos Watt, Neg Watt. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.14.)
8.18: Rolling Window/Predictive Rolling Window Block (02684-02768)
Q
Description: Rolling Window/Predictive Rolling Average Registers included in this block: Time
Stamp, Status, Predictive VA, VAR, Watt, VA, VAR, Watt, Maximum VA, Positive VAR, Negative
VAR, Positive Watt, Negative Watt, Min VA, Positive VAR, Negative VAR, Positive Watt, Negative
Watt, Coincident VAR for Max Positive Watt, Neg Watt, Coincident VAR for Min Positive Watt,
Neg Watt, VA Time Stamp, Time Stamp for Pos VAR, Neg VAR, Pos Watt, Neg Watt, Min VA Time
Stamp, Time Stamp for Min Pos VAR, Neg VAR, Pos Watt, Neg Watt. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.14.)
8.19: Limit Block (02769-02773)
Q
Description: Limit Registers included in this block: Limit States, Value 1 Comparisons, 1-16,
17-32, Limits States, Value 2 Comparisons, 1-16, 17-32, Low Speed Inputs. (See 3.15, 3.16.)
8-4
8.20: Digital Input Block (02774-02841)
Q
Description: Digital Input Registers included in this block: Input States, Module 1, Accum 1-8
(Module 1), Input States, Module 2, Accum 1-8 (Module 2), Input States, Module 3, Accum 1-8
(Module 3), Input States, Module 4, Accum 1-8 (Module 4). (See 3.17, 3.18.)
8.21: Primary Accumulation Block (02842-02973)
Q
Description: Primary Accumulation Registers included in this block: Time Stamp, Rec Watthour
(Q1+4), VAhour while Rec Watthour and Neg VARhour (Q1), Negative VARhour while Rec
Watthour (Q1), VAhour while Rec Watthour and Pos VARhour (Q4), Pos VARhour while Rec
Watthour (Q4), Delivered Watthour (Q2+3), VAhour while Del Watthour (Q2), VAhour while Del
Watthour and Pos VARhour (Q3), Positive VARhour while Del Watthour (Q3), Received Watthour
(Q1+4), VAhour while Rec Watthour and Neg VARhour (Q1), Neg VARhour while Rec Watthour
(Q1), VAhour while Rec Watthour and Pos VARhour (Q4), Pos VARhour while Rec Watthour (Q4),
Delivered Watthour (Q2+3), VAhour while Del Watthour and Neg VARhour (Q2), Neg VARhour
while Del Watthour (Q2), VAhour while Del Watthour and Pos VARhour (Q3), Pos VARhour while
Del Watthour (Q3), I2t Phase A, B, C, V2t Phase A, B, C. (See 3.3, 3.19. 3.20.)
8.22: Time of Use Period Time Stamp Block (02974-03040)
Q
Description: Time of Use Period Time Stamp Registers included in this block: Status, Prior Season
Start Time, End Time, Prior Month Start Time, End Time, Current Season Start Time, End Time,
Current Month Start Time, End Time, CT and PT Ratio Numerator for Prior Season, Prior Month,
Current Season, Current Month, CT and PT Ratio Denominator for Prior Season, Prior Month,
Current Season, Current Month. (See 3.3, 3.14.)
8.23: Time of Use Frozen Block (03041-03584)
Q
Description: Time of Use Frozen Registers included in all blocks: Received Watthour (Q1+4),
VAhour (Q1), VARhour (Q1), VAhour (Q4), VARhour (Q4), Delivered Watthour (Q2+3), VAhour
(Q2), VARhour (Q2), VAhour (Q3), VARhour (Q3), Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4), Del Watt
(Q2+3), Rec VAR (Q1+2), Del VAR (Q3+4), Coin. Demand VAR to Peak Demand Rec Watt, Del
Watt, Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4) Time Stamp, Del Watt (Q2+3) Time Stamp, Peak Demand
Rec VAR (Q1+2) Time Stamp, Del VAR (Q3+4) Time Stamp. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.20.)
Register 1 Block (03041)
Register 2 Block (03109)
Register 3 Block (03177)
Register 4 Block (03245)
Register 5 Block (03313)
Register 6 Block (03381)
Register 7 Block (03449)
Register 8 Block (03517)
8.24: Time of Use Frozen Total Block (03585-03652)
Q
Description: Time of Use Frozen Total Registers included in this block: Totals for all Registers
above.
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8.25: Time of Use Prior Month Register Block (03653-04196)
Q
Description: Time of Use Prior Month Registers included in all blocks: Received Watthour (Q1+4),
VAhour (Q1), VARhour (Q1), VAhour (Q4), VARhour (Q4), Delivered Watthour (Q2+3), VAhour
(Q2), VARhour (Q2), VAhour (Q3), VARhour (Q3), Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4), Del Watt
(Q2+3), Rec VAR (Q1+2), Del VAR (Q3+4), Coin. Demand VAR to Peak Demand Rec Watt, Del
Watt, Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4) Time Stamp, Del Watt (Q2+3) Time Stamp, Peak Demand
Rec VAR (Q1+2) Time Stamp, Del VAR (Q3+4) Time Stamp. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.20.)
Register 1 Block (03653)
Register 2 Block (03721)
Register 3 Block (03789)
Register 4 Block (03857)
Register 5 Block (03925)
Register 6 Block (03993)
Register 7 Block (04061)
Register 8 Block (04129)
8.26: Time of Use Prior Month Total Block (04197-04264)
Q
Description: Time of Use Prior Month Total Registers included in this block: Totals for all Registers
above.
8.27: Time of Use Active Register Block (04265-04808-)
Q
Description: Time of Use Active Registers included in all blocks: Received Watthour (Q1+4),
VAhour (Q1), VARhour (Q1), VAhour (Q4), VARhour (Q4), Delivered Watthour (Q2+3), VAhour
(Q2), VARhour (Q2), VAhour (Q3), VARhour (Q3), Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4), Del Watt
(Q2+3), Rec VAR (Q1+2), Del VAR (Q3+4), Coin. Demand VAR to Peak Demand Rec Watt, Del
Watt, Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4) Time Stamp, Del Watt (Q2+3) Time Stamp, Peak Demand
Rec VAR (Q1+2) Time Stamp, Del VAR (Q3+4) Time Stamp. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.20.)
Register 1 Block (04265)
Register 2 Block (04333)
Register 3 Block (04401)
Register 4 Block (04469)
Register 5 Block (04537)
Register 6 Block (04605)
Register 7 Block (04673)
Register 8 Block (04741)
8.28: Time of Use Active Total Block (04809-04876)
Q
Description: Time of Use Active Total Registers included in this block: Totals for all Registers
above.
8.29: Time of Use Current Month Register Block (04877-05420)
Q
Description: Time of Use Current Month Registers included in all blocks: Received Watthour
(Q1+4), VAhour (Q1), VARhour (Q1), VAhour (Q4), VARhour (Q4), Delivered Watthour (Q2+3),
8-6
VAhour (Q2), VARhour (Q2), VAhour (Q3), VARhour (Q3), Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4), Del
Watt (Q2+3), Rec VAR (Q1+2), Del VAR (Q3+4), Coin. Demand VAR to Peak Demand Rec Watt,
Del Watt, Peak Demand Rec Watt (Q1+4) Time Stamp, Del Watt (Q2+3) Time Stamp, Peak Demand
Rec VAR (Q1+2) Time Stamp, Del VAR (Q3+4) Time Stamp. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.20.)
Register 1 Block (04877)
Register 2 Block (04945)
Register 3 Block (05013)
Register 4 Block (05081)
Register 5 Block (05149)
Register 6 Block (05217)
Register 7 Block (05285)
Register 8 Block (05353)
8.30: Time of Use Current Month Total Block (05421-05488)
Q
Description: Time of Use Current Month Total Registers included in this block: Totals for all
Registers above.
8.31: Time of Use Frozen Label Block (05489-05552)
Q
Description: Time of Use Frozen Label Registers included in this block: Reg. Labels 1-8.
8.32: Time of Use Prior Month Label Block (05553-05616)
Q
Description: TOU Prior Month Label Registers in this block: Register Labels 1-8. (See 3.2.)
8.33: Time of Use Active Label Block (05617-05680)
Q
Description: TOU Active Label Registers in this block: Register Labels 1-8. (See 3.2.)
8.34: Time of Use Current Month Label Block (05681-05744)
Q
Description: TOU Current Month Label Registers in this block: Register Labels 1-8. (See 3.2.)
8.35: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Block (05745-05796)
Q
Description: Internal Input Pulse Accumulation Registers included in this block: Time Stamp,
Scaled Pulse Accumulations Internal Inputs 1-8, Scaled Pulse Accumulations 1-4. (See 3.3, 3.40.)
8.36: Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average / Maximum Block (05797-05945)
Q
Description: Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average / Maximum Registers included in this
block: Time Stamp, Status, Average Internal Inputs 1-8, Average Aggregation 1-4, Maximum
Average Internal Inputs 1-8, Maximum Average Aggregation 1-4, Maximum Internal Input Time
Stamp 1-8, Maximum Average Aggregation Time Stamp 1-4. (See 3.3, 3.14, 3.40.)
8.37: Temperature (05946)
Q
Description: EPM Internal Temperature Register is in this block. (See 3.33.)
8-7
8.38: Analog Input Block (05947-05978)
Q
Description: Analog Input Registers in this block: Analog Inputs 1-8, Modules 1-4. (See 3.10.)
8.39: Limit Combination Block (05979-05980)
Q
Description: Limit Combination Registers included in this block: Limit States, Combinations 1-16,
17-32. (See 3.34.)
8.40: Relay Logic Block (05981-06014)
Q
Description: Relay Logic Registers included in this block: Time Stamp, States, Inputs 1-8, Relays
1-16, States, Gates A-G, Relays 1-16, Delay Timer, Relay 1/2 - 15/16, Relays 1-16 for Desired Relay
States, Shadowed Relay States, Confirmed Relay States, Valid Flags for Confirmed Relay States,
Locked Relays, Locked Relay States. (See 3.3, 3.34 - 3.42.)
8.41: Reset Time Block (06015-06038)
Q
Description: Reset Time Registers included in this block: Time Stamp, Max Time Stamp, Min
Time Stamp, Energy Time Stamp, Current Season / Month TOU Time Stamp. (See 3.3.)
8.42: Miscellaneous Flags Block (06039)
Q
Description: The Miscellaneous Flags Register has 2 bytes. Each byte has eight bits. The bits in
these bytes are associated with various miscellaneous functions as follows:
Bit
15 (MSB)
14-1
0 (LSB)
Point
0
1-14
15
Meaning
NVRAM Battery Status
Undefined
Undefined
NVRAM Battery Status
Address
06039
Value
8000H
80H
Bytes
00H
Bits
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Point
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Interpretation
NVRAM Battery is Low.
A value of ‘0’ indicates that the battery is OK; a value of ‘1’ indicates that the battery is not OK.
Battery Status is reevaluated on power up and approximately every 24 hours after power up.
Example: Register 06039, Miscellaneous Flags, might contain the data in the table above.
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8.43: Test Mode Block (06040-06096)
Q
Description: These Registers are not for the normal mode of the unit. When in Test Mode, these
Registers have the proper values for the intended tests. (See 3.3, 3.7, 3.12. 3.14.)
8.44: KYZ Output Accumulation Block (06097-06110)
Q
Description: KYZ Output Accumulation Registers included in this block: KYZ Output
Accumulation Block Time Stamp, KYZ Output Accumulation Relays 1 - 4, KYZ Output
Accumulation, LED. (See 3.3, 3.18.)
8.45: Input Module Data Status Block (06111-06113)
Q
Description: Input Module Data Data Status Registers included in this block: Digital Input
Modules Data States, Analog Input Modules Data States. (See 3.44, 3.45.)
8.46: Flicker Status Block (06114-06126)
Q
Description: Flicker Status Registers included in this block: Flicker Status Block Time Stamp,
Flicker Start Time, Flicker End Time, Flicker Status. (See 3.3, 3.14.)
8.47: Instantaneous Flicker Block (06127-06136)
Q
Description: Instantaneous Flicker Registers included in this block: Instantaneous Flicker Block
Time, Instantaneous Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN. (See 3.3, 3.7.)
8.48: Short Term Flicker Block (06137-06186)
Q
Description: Short Term Flicker Registers included in this block: Short Term Flicker Block Time,
Short Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN, Maximum Short Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN, Minimum Short Term
Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN, Short Term Interval End Time Stamp, Max Short Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN
Time Stamps, Min Short Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN Time Stamps. (See 3.3, 3.7.)
8.49: Long Term Flicker Block (06187-06236)
Q
Description: Long Term Flicker Registers included in this block: Long Term Flicker Block Time,
Long Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN, Maximum Long Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN, Minimum Long Term
Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN, Long Term Interval End Time Stamp, Maximum Long Term Flicker VAN, VBN,
VCN Time Stamps, Minimum Long Term Flicker VAN, VBN, VCN Time Stamps. (See 3.3, 3.7.)
8.50: Additional Energy Block (06237-06392)
Q
Description: Additional Energy Registers included in this block: Additional Energy Block Time,
Quadrants 1, 4, 2, 3 Watthour Secondary, Quadrant 1 Vahour, VARhour Secondary, Quadrant 4
Vahour, VARhour Secondary, Quadrant 2 Vahour, VARhour Secondary, Quadrant 3 Vahour,
VARhour Secondary, Quadrants 1, 4, 2, 3 Watthour Primary, Total Vahour Primary (Quadrants 1+2+
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3+4), Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2) Primary, Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4) Primary,
Negative VARhour Primary, Quadrant 1, 4, 2, 3 Watthour Secondary, Quadrant 1 Vahour, VARhour
Secondary, Quadrant 4 Vahour, VARhour Secondary, Quadrant 2 Vahour, VARhour Secondary,
Quadrant 3 Vahour, VARhour Secondary, Quadrants 1, 4, 2, 3 Watthour Primary, Total Vahour
(Quadrants 1+2+3+4) Primary, Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2) Primary, Negative VARhour
(Quadrants 3+4) Primary. (See 3.3, 3.19, 3.20.)
8.51: Energy and Pulses in the Interval Block (06393-06488)
Q
Description: Energy and Pulses in the Interval Registers included in this block: Energy and Pulses
in the Interval Block Time Stamp, Total Vahour (Quadrants 1+2+3+4) in the Interval Secondary,
Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2) in the Interval Secondary, Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4) in
the Interval Secondary, Positive Watthour (Quadrants 1+4) in the Interval Secondary, Negative
Watthour (Quadrants 2+3) in the Interval Secondary, Positive Watthour (Quadrants 1+4) in the
Interval Secondary, Negative Watthour (Quadrants 2+3) in the Interval Secondary, Positive Watthour
(Quadrants 1+4) in the Interval Primary, Quadrant 1 Vahour, VARhour in the Interval Primary,
Quadrant 4 Vahour, VARhour in the Interval Primary, Negative Watthour (Quadrants 2+3) in the
Interval Primary, Quadrant 2 Vahour, VARhour in the Interval Primary, Quadrant 3 Vahour,
VARhour in the Interval Primary, I2t Phasea A, B, C in the Interval Primary, V2t Phases A, B, C in
the Interval Primary, Pulses Accumulation Internal Inputs 1-8 in the Interval Scaled, Pulse
Accumulations 1-4 in the Interval Scaled, Quadrants 1, 4, 2, 3 Watthour in the Interval Secondary,
Quadrant 1 Vahour, VARhour in the Interval Secondary, Quadrant 4 Vahour, VARhour in the Interval
Secondary, Quadrant 2 Vahour, VARhour in the Interval Secondary, Quadrant 3 Vahour, VARhour in
the Interval Secondary, Quadrants 1, 4, 2, 3 Watthour in the Interval Primary, Total Vahour
(Quadrants 1+2+3+4) in the Interval Primary, Positive VARhour (Quadrants 1+2) in the Interval
Primary, Negative VARhour (Quadrants 3+4) in the Interval Primary, KYZ Pulse Output in the
Interval Relays 1-4. KYZ Pulse Output in the Interval IR LED. (See 3.3, 3.18, 3.57.)
8.52: Flicker Countdown Block (06489-06490)
Q
Description: Flicker Countdown Registers included in this block: Short Term Flicker Countdown,
Long Term Flicker Countdown. (See 3.56.)
8.53: Cumulative Demand Block (06491-06502)
Q
Description: Cumulative Demand Registers included in this block: Cumulative Demand Block
Time Stamp, Positive Watt (Quadrants 1+4) Cumulative Demand, Negative Watt (Quadrants 2+3)
Cumulative Demand, Positive Watt (Quadrants 1+4) Continuous Cumultive Demand, Negative Watt
(Quadrants 2+3) Continuous Cumulative Demand. (See 3.3, 3.18.)
8.54: Time of Use Active Cumulative Demand Block (06503-06538)
Q
Description: Time of Use Active Cumulative Demand Registers included in this block: TOU Active
Register 0-7 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt and Q2 + Q3 Watt, TOU Active Totals Cumulative
Demand Q1 + Q4 and Q2 + Q3 Watt. (See 3.18.)
8.55: Time of Use Current Month Cumulative Demand Block (06539-06574)
Q
Description: Time of Use Current Month Cumulative Demand Registers included in this block:
8-10
TOU Current Month Register 0-7 Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt and Q2 + Q3 Watt, TOU
Current Month Totals Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 and Q2 + Q3 Watt. (See 3.18.)
8.56: TOU Active Continuous Cumulative Demand Block (06575-06610)
Q
Description: Time of Use Active Continuous Cumulative Demand Registers included in this block:
TOU Active Register 0-7 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt and Q2 + Q3 Watt, TOU
Active Totals Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 and Q2 + Q3 Watt. (See 3.18.)
8.57: TOU Current Month Continuous Cumulative Demand Block (06611-06646)
Q
Description: Time of Use Current Month Continuous Cumulative Demand Registers included in
this block: TOU Current Month Register 0-7 Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 Watt and
Q2 + Q3 Watt, TOU Current Month Totals Continuous Cumulative Demand Q1 + Q4 and Q2 + Q3
Watt. (See 3.18.)
8.58: Log Index Block (06647-06664)
Q
Description: This register contains a 2-byte MSB unsigned integer, which represents the First of
Last Index for a given Log. First Indexes represent the Index of the First (Oldest) record in a log.
Last Indexes represent the Index of the Last (Newest) record in a log. The value of 0x0FFFF for the
Last Index indicates that the log is empty.
8.59: Uncompensated and Q Block (06665-06670)
Q
Description: Uncompensated register readings are the readings to which Transformer Loss
Compensation is not applied. Q Hour readigns are 60 degree-shifted hour readings from Watt hour
readings. VAR hour readings are 90 degree-shifted hour readings from Watt hour readings.
8.60: Scaled Energy Block (06908-07829)
Q
Description: Energy readings in EPM meters have Watt-hour, VAR-hour and VA-hour as base units.
In the real world, kilo-, mega- and giga- units are used more frequently. Therefore, EPM 9650 and
9800 meters have scaled energy readings. This scale can be modified using GE Communicator EXT
software.
Length
Range
Unit
2 Registers (4 bytes)
99 / 0 through 999,999,999 / 0 (variable, 2-9 digits)
10-7 through 106 units (variable)
This register contains a 4-byte MSB signed integer. The range and resolution of a given reading is
controlled by programmable Scaled Energy Settings, which govern both the Range of the reading
(from 2 to 9 digits) and the Units of the reading (from 7 decimal places of Wh (10-7) to no decimal
places of MWh (106). NOTE: See section 3.64 and 3.65 for details.
8.61: Total Average Power Factor Block (07830-07859)
Q
Description: This block keeps the Total Average Power Factor Values. Power Factor Values can be
8-11
calculated using Watt, VAR and VA. Total Average Power Factor values will be calculated by Wh,
VARh and VAh.
8.62: Reset Active Time of Use Time Stamp (07860-07863)
Q
Description: This register holds the Time Stamp when Active TOU Time is reset. The format
follows the Time Stamp F3, section 3.3.
8.63: Negative Maximum Pulse Aggregation Average Block (07864-07895)
Q
Description: Negative Maximum Average Aggregation 1-4 and Negative Maximum Average
Aggregation Time Stamp 1-4 registers are included in this block. Maximum Average Aggregation
1-4 registers in Pulse Accumulation Block Window Average/Maximum Block (05797-05945) will
hold only positive values.
8.64: Scratchpad Block (08193 - 08320)
Q
Description: Scratchpad Registers 08193 - 08320 included in this block. The 128 Registers in the
Scratchpad Block are for temporary storage of information. At the user’s discretion, data may be
written to Registers and then read back.
Example: Using one port, write energy readings from other devices. Those energy readings can be
read through another port.
8.65: Master Device Data Block (08449-08704)
Q
Description: These registers are used as a Scratch Pad between the Software and the Network Card
or Modem Card. These registers are not for polling by the users.
8.66: Customized Modbus Block (12289-14336)
Q
Description: All the readings in the Customizable Modbus Map Settings Block (50273) can be read
in this block. The format of the readings follows each individually assigned reading.
8.67: Enhanced Factory Settings Block (16385-24576)
Q
Description: These registers are reserved for future additional factory settings information.
Currently, nothing is defined in these registers.
8.68: Enhanced Programmable Settings Block (24577-32768)
Q
Description: These registers are reserved for future additional Programmable Settings information.
Currently, nothing is defined in these registers.
8.69: Time of Use Calendar Header Block (34817-34918)
Q
Description: TOU Calendar Registers included in this block: Modification Time Stamp & Cal Year
for Years 1-20, Header Status, Year Selection Status. (See 3.3, 3.21, 3.31, 3.32.)
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8.70: Time of Use Calendar Block (34919-35800)
Q
Description: Time of Use Calendar Registers included in all blocks: Modification Time Stamp,
Calendar Year, Profile for 2-Day Segments for the Whole Calendar Year (Jan1/Jan2 Profile), Profile
Status, Profile Register for
8.71: Time of Use Upload Calendar Block (36607-36736)
Q
Description: Time of Use Upload Calendar Window Registers included in this block: Locked to
Port, Sequence Status, ID, Data, Checksum. (See 3.27 - 3.30, 3.43.)
8.72: Historical Log 1 Snapshot Header (36865-36882)
Q
Description: Historical Log 1 Snapshot Registers included in this block:
Memory Size
4-byte unsigned integers representing the amount of memory, in bytes, allocated to the log.
Record Size
2-byte integers representing the size, in bytes, of a record in the log.
First Index
2-byte unsigned integers representing the index of the first (oldest) record in the log.
Last Index
2-byte unsigned integers representing the index of the last (newest) record in the log. The value
0x0FFFF indicates that the log is empty.
First Time Stamp
These Registers (8 bytes) hold the time stamp from the first (oldest) record in the log.
Time Stamp Bytes
Byte
Range
Description
0
0-255
Century
1
0-99
Year
2
1-12
Month
3
1-31
Day
4
0-23
Hour
5
0-59
Minute
6
0-59
Second
7
0-99
Centisecond
Last Time Stamp
These Registers hold the Time Stamp from the last (newest) record in the log. The byte order and
description are the same as for the First Time Stamp.
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Valid Bitmap
These Registers hold the bit flags indicating whether the EPM device recognizes the lines in the
Historical Log Settings Block (the block at Register 45205). The first bit represents the validity of
the Data Pointer in the Historical Log Settings. A value of 1 means the Data Pointer is acceptable
and can be stored. A value of 0 means that the Data Pointer is invalid or unrecognized and not able
to be stored.
Max Records
2-byte unsigned integer representing the total number of records the log is capable of holding. In
order to maintain a one-for-one relationship in parallel logs, the maximum number of records that a
log can store is defined by the log that holds the fewest records. Logs capable of holding more
records are restricted.
8.73: Historical Log 2 Snapshot Header (36929-36946)
Q
Description: Historical Log 2 Snapshot Registers included in this block: The same as Log 1 above.
8.74: Limit Trigger Log Header (36993-37010)
Q
Description: Limit Trigger Log Registers included in this block:
Valid Bitmap
These Registers hold the bit flags indicating whether the EPM device recognizes the lines in the
Limit Settings Block (the block at Register 45077). The first bit represents the validity of the Data
Pointer in the Limit Settings. A value of 1 means the Data Pointer is acceptable and can be stored.
A value of 0 means that the Data Pointer is invalid or unrecognized and not able to be stored. Only
32 bits are used. See Registers 36865 to 36882 for other registers.
8.75: Limit Snapshot Log Header (37057-37074)
Q
Description: Limit Snapshot Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882 and
36993-37010.
8.76: Digital Input Log Header (37121-37138)
Q
Description: Digital Input Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
8.77: Digital Input Snapshot Log Header (37185-37202)
Q
Description: Digital Input Snapshot Log Registers included in this block: See Regs. 36865-36882.
8.78: Digital Output Log Header (37249-37266)
Q
Description: Digital Output Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
8.79: Digital Output Snapshot Log Header (37313-37330)
Q
Description: Digital Output Snapshot Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 3686536882.
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8.80: Flicker Log Header (37377-3
37394)
„ Description: Currently not used.
8.81: Waveform Trigger Log Header (37441-3
37458)
„ Description: Waveform Trigger Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
8.82: System Event Log Header (37505-3
37522)
Memory Size: 4-byte unsigned integers representing the amount of memory, in bytes, allocated to
the log.
Record Size: 2-byte unsigned integers representing the size, in bytes, of a record in the log.
First Index: 2-byte unsigned integers representing the Index of the First (Oldest) record in the log.
Last Index: 2-byte unsigned integers representing the Index of the Last (Newest) record in the log.
The value 0x0FFFF indicates that the log is empty.
First Time Stamp: Thses registers (8 bytes) hold the Time Stamp from the First (Oldest) record in
the log.
Time Stamp Bytes
Byte
Range
Description
0
0-255
Century
1
0-99
Year
2
1-12
Month
3
1-31
Day
4
0-23
Hour
5
0-59
Minute
6
0-59
Second
7
0-99
Centisecond
Last Time Stamp: These registers hold the Time Stamp from the Last (Newest) Record in the log.
The byte order and description are the same as for the First Time Stamp.
Valid Bitmap: Undefined.
Max Records: A 2-byte unsigned integer represents the total number of records the log is capable
of holding. In order to maintain a one-for-one relationship in parallel logs, the maximum number of
records that a log can hold is defined by the log that holds the fewest records. Logs capable of holding more records are restricted.
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8.83: Waveform Samples Log Header (37569-3
37586)
„ Description: Waveform Samples Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
8.84: PQ (CBEMA) Log Header (37633-3
37650)
„ Description: PQ (CBEMA) Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
8.85: Reset Log Header (37697-3
37714)
„ Description: Reset Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
Description: Reset Log Registers included in this block: See Registers 36865-36882.
8.86: External Device Information Block Header (37761-3
37778)
„ Description: External Device Information Registers included in this block:
Memory Size: A 4-byte unsigned integer representing the amount of memory, in bytes, allocated to
External Device Information Blocks. This memory is allocated from RAM, not NVRAM.
Record Size: An unsigned integer representing the size, in bytes, of an External Device Info Block.
First Index: An unsigned integer representing the Index of the First External Device Info Block.
Last Index: An unsigned integer representing the Index of the Last External Device Info Block.
First Time Stamp: Since External Device Info Blocks are not recorded sequentially, these
Registers have no meaning.
Last Time Stamp: Since External Device Info Blocks are not recorded sequentially, these Registers
have no meaning.
Valid Bitmap: These Registers hold the bit flags to indicate the validity of individual External
Device Info Blocks. The first bit (high order bit in Register 37774) represents the validity of the
First External Device Info Block. The last bit (lowest order bit in Register 37777) represents the
validity of the Last External Device Info Block. A value of 1 means that the External Device was
found and the EPM successfully received all of the Info Block for the External Device. A value of 0
means that the External Device was not found, or errors have occurred while trying to retrieve the
Info Block or that no device is programmed for this slot.
Max Records: This Register holds an unsigned integer representing the total number of records
the log can hold.
8.87: External Device Programming Block Header (37825-3
37842)
„
Description: External Device Programming Registers included in this block:
Memory Size: These Registers are a 4-byte unsigned integer representing the amount of memory,
8-16
in bytes, allocated to External Device Programming Blocks. This memory is allocated from RAM,
not NVRAM.
Record Size: This Register is an unsigned integer representing the size, in bytes, of an External
Device Programming Block.
First Index: An unsigned integer representing the Index of the First External Device Programming
Block.
Last Index: An unsigned integer representing the Index of the Last External Device Programming
Block.
First Time Stamp: Since External Device Programming Blocks are not recorded sequentially,
these Registers have no meaning.
Last Time Stamp: Since External Device Programming Blocks are not recorded sequentially,
these Registers have no meaning.
Valid Bitmap: These Registers hold the bit flags to indicate the validity of individual External
Device Programming Blocks. The first bit (high order bit in Register 37838) represents the validity
of the First External Device Programming Block. The last bit (lowest order bit in Register 37841)
represents the validity of the Last External Device Programming Block. A value of 1 means that
the External Device was found and the EPM successfully received all of the Programming Block
for the External Device. A value of 0 means that the External Device was not found, or errors have
occurred while trying to retrieve the Programming Block or that no device is programmed for this
slot.
Max Records: This Register holds an unsigned integer representing the total number of records
the log is capable of holding.
8.88: Device History Block Header (37889-3
37906)
„
Description: Device History Block currently not used.This Register holds an unsigned integer
representing the total number of records the log is capable of holding.
8.89: Direct Memory Access Header (37953-3
37970)
„
Description: Direct Memory Access currently not used.
8.90: Window Index Block (38145-3
38162)
„
Description: Window Index Registers included in this block:
Historical Log 1 (38145): When read, this Register returns the Window Index for Historical Log 1
to access Historical Log 1 on this port. When written, this Register sets the Index used by the
Historical Log 1 Window to access Historical Log 1 on this port. Each port accesses a separate,
independent index through this Register, allowing all four ports to access different areas of
Historical Log 1 at the same time.
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When a value other than 0x0FFFF is written to this Register, the index is updated. If the Window
Mode for this log indicates a Paused Mode (0x00000 or 0x00001 in Register 38209), Historical Log
1 is paused, preventing the addition of new records while the log is being accessed. A 30-second
timer is initiated on these writes. Should the timer run out (a new index is not written within 30
seconds), Historical Log 1 will be allowed to continue logging.
When a value of 0x0FFFF is written to this Register, it signifies that the port is finished accessing
Historical Log 1, the 30-second timer is canceled and Historical Log 1 will be allowed to continue
logging.
Should multiple ports access the same log simultaneously, the log will be paused while either
30-second timer is running. The log will be allowed to continue logging only when both ports
time-out or write 0x0FFFF to their Index Register.
Historical Log 2 (38146): When read, this Register returns the Window Index for Historical Log 2
to access Historical Log 2 on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index
(38145).
Limit Trigger Log (38147): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the Limit Trigger
Log Window to access Limit Trigger Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1
Window Index (38145).
Limit Snapshot Log (38148): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the Limit
Snapshot Log Window to access Limit Snapshot Log on this port. Functionality follows the
Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
Digital Input Log (38149): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the Digital Input
Log Window to access Digital Input Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1
Window Index (38145).
Digital Input Snapshot Log (38150): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the
Digital Input Snapshot Log Window to access Digital Input Snapshot Log on this port.
Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
Digital Output Log (38151): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the Digital
Output Log Window to access Digital Output Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical
Log 1 Window Index (38145).
Digital Output Snapshot Log (38152): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the
Digital Output Snapshot Log Window to access Digital Output Snapshot Log on this port.
Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
Flicker Log (38153): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the Flicker Log Window
to access Flicker Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index
(38145).
Waveform Trigger Log (38154): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the
Waveform Trigger Log Window to access Waveform Trigger Log on this port. Functionality
follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
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Register 38155 is not currently used.
Waveform Samples Log (38156): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the
Waveform Samples Log Window to access Waveform Samples Log on this port. Functionality
follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
PQ Log (38157): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the PQ Log Window to
access PQ Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
Reset Log (38158): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the Reset Log Window to
access Reset Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Index (38145).
External Device Info Block (38159): When read, this Register returns the Index used by the
External Device Info Block Window to access External Device Info Blocks on this port. When
written, this Register sets the Index used by the External Device Info Block Window to access
External Device Info Blocks on this port. Each port accesses a separate, independent index through
this Register, allowing all four ports to access different External Device Info Blocks at the same
time.
External Device Programming Block (38160): When read, this Register returns the Index used
by the External Device Programming Block Window to access External Device Programming
Blocks on this port. When written, this Register sets the Index used by the External Device
Programming Block Window to access External Device Programming Blocks on this port. Each
port accesses a separate, independent index through this Register, allowing all four ports to access
different External Device Programming Blocks at the same time.
Device History Block (38160) - Currently not used.
Direct Memory Access (38161) - Currently not used.
8.91: Window Mode Block (38209-3
38226)
„
Description: Window Mode Registers included in this block:
Historical Log 1 (38209): When read, this Register returns the Mode used by the Historical Log 1
Window to access Historical Log 1 on this port. When written, this Register sets the Mode used by
the Historical Log 1 Window to access Historical Log 1 on this port. Each port accesses a separate,
independent Mode through this Register, allowing all four ports to access Historical Log 1 in
different modes.
Currently, the Mode Register defines the following Modes: Paused Download Mode (0x00000),
Paused Time Stamp Mode (0x00001), Running Download Mode (0x00002) and Running Time
Stamp Mode (0x00003).
In Download Modes (0x00000 and 0x00002), the Historical Log 1 Window accesses consecutive
128-byte blocks of the Historical Log 1. When the Index = 0x00000, the first 128 bytes of the log
are readable in the window; when the Index = 0x00001, the second 128 bytes of the log are
readable in the window, and so on.
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The designation “first 128 bytes of the log” is a physical description based on the absolute addresses of the memory allocated to the log. The first (oldest) record in the log may not be located at the
beginning of the log.
In Time Stamp Modes (0x00001 and 0x00003), the Historical Log 1 Window accesses the Time
Stamps of the records in the Historical Log 1 in blocks of 16 Time Stamps at a time. When the
Index = 0x00000, the Time Stamps of the first 16 records (records 0-15) in the log are readable in
the window; when the Index = 0x00001, the Time Stamps of the second 16 records (records 16-31)
in the log are readable in the window, and so on.
The designation “first 16 records of the log” is a physical description based on the absolute
addresses of the memory allocated to the log. The first (oldest) record in the log may not be located at the beginning of the log.
In Paused Modes (0x00000 and 0x00001), the log being accessed is paused and new records are
not added to the log while it is paused.
In Running Modes (0x00002 and 0x00003), the log being accessed is not paused and new records
may be added to the log. When downloading in these modes, it is possible the records may be
overwritten before or during the downloading of records.
Historical Log 2 (38210): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Historical Log
2 Window to access Historical Log 2 on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1
Window Mode (38209).
Limit Trigger Log (38211): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Limit Trigger
Log Window to access Limit Trigger Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1
Window Mode (38209).
Limit Snapshot Log (38212): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Limit
Snapshot Log Window to access Limit Snapshot Log on this port. Functionality follows the
Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
Digital Input Log (38213): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Digital Input
Log Window to access Digital Input Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1
Window Mode (38209).
Digital Input Snapshot Log (38214): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the
Digital Input Snapshot Log Window to access Digital Input Snapshot Log on this port.
Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
Digital Output Log (38215): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Digital
Output Log Window to access Digital Output Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical
Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
Digital Output Snapshot Log (38216): When read, this Register returns the Mode used by the
Digital Output Snapshot Log Window to access Digital Output Snapshot Log on this port.
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Functionality follows Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
Flicker Log (38217): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Flicker Log
Window to access Flicker Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window
Mode (38209).
Waveform Trigger Log (38218): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the
Waveform Trigger Log Window to access Waveform Trigger Log on this port. Functionality
follows Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
Register 38219 is currently not used.
Waveform Samples Log (38220): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the
Waveform Samples Log Window to access Waveform Samples Log on this port. Functionality
follows Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
PQ Log (38221): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the PQ Log Window to
access PQ Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
Reset Log (38222): When read, this Register returns the Mode in use by the Reset Log Window to
access Reset Log on this port. Functionality follows the Historical Log 1 Window Mode (38209).
External Device Info Block (38223) - Currently now used.
External Device Programming Block (38224) - Currently not used.
Device History Block (38225) - Currently not in use.
Direct Memory Access (38226) - Currently not in use.
8.92: Window Block (38273-3
39424)
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Description: Window Registers included in this block:
Historical Log 1 (38273-38336): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Historical Log
1. Depending on the Historical Log 1 Window Index, a different 128-byte area of Historical Log 1
can be accessed.
Historical Log 2 (38337-38400): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Historical Log
2. Depending on the Historical Log 2 Window Index, a different 128-byte area of Historical Log 2
can be accessed.
Limit Trigger Log (38401-38464): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Limit Trigger
Log. Depending on the Limit Trigger Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of Limit
Trigger Log can be accessed.
Limit Snapshot Log (38465-38528): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Limit
Snapshot Log. Depending on the Limit Snapshot Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of
Limit Snapshot Log can be accessed.
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Digital Input Log (38529-38592): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Digital Input
Log. Depending on the Digital Input Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of Digital Input
Log can be accessed.
Digital Input Snapshot Log (38593-38656): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the
Digital Input Snapshot Log. Depending on the Digital Input Snapshot Log Window Index, a
different 128-byte area of Digital Input Snapshot Log can be accessed.
Digital Output Log (38657-38720): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Digital
Output Log. Depending on the Digital Output Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of
Digital Output Log can be accessed.
Digital Output Snapshot Log (38721-38784): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the
Digital Output Snapshot Log. Depending on the Digital Output Snapshot Log Window Index, a
different 128-byte area of Digital Output Snapshot Log can be accessed.
Flicker Log (38785-38848): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Flicker Log.
Depending on the Flicker Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of Flicker Log can be
accessed.
Waveform Trigger Log (38849-38912): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the
Waveform Trigger Log. Depending on the Waveform Trigger Log Window Index, a different 128byte area of Waveform Trigger Log can be accessed.
Registers 38913-38976 are currently not in use.
Waveform Samples Log (38977-39040): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the
Waveform Samples Log. Depending on the Waveform Samples Log Window Index, a different
128-byte area of Waveform Samples Log can be accessed.
PQ Log (39041-39104): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the PQ Log. Depending on
the PQ Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of PQ Log can be accessed.
Reset Log (39105-39168): These Registers are a 128-byte window into the Reset Log. Depending
on the Reset Log Window Index, a different 128-byte area of Reset Log can be accessed.
External Device Info Block Window (39169-39232): These Registers are a 128-byte window
into the External Device Info Blocks. Depending on the External Device Info Block Window
Index, a different 128-byte area of the External Device Info Blocks can be accessed. (See Chapter
5.)
External Device Info Block Window (39233-39296): These Registers are a 128-byte window
into the External Device Programming Blocks. Depending on the External Device Programming
Block Window Index, a different 128-byte area of the External Device Programming Blocks can be
accessed. (See Chapter 5.)
Device History Block (39297-39360) - Currently not in use.
Direct Memory Access (39361-39424) - Currently not in use.
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8.93: Auto Increment Window Block (39423-3
39488)
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Auto Increment Configuration - 1 Register, 2 bytes.
When read, this register returns the configuration in use by the Auto Increment Log Window,
below, to access logs on this port. When written, this register sets the configuration used by the
Auto Increment Log Window, below, to access logs on this port. Each port accesses a separate,
independent configuration through this register allowing all four ports to access logs with different
configurations.
The least significant byte indicates which log is being accessed. The appropriate values are:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
0x007
0x008
0x009
0x00A
0x00B
0x00C
0x00D
0x00E-0x0FF
Historical Log 1
Historical Log 2
Sequence of Events State Log
Sequence of Events Snapshot Log
Digital Input State Log
Digital Input Snapshot Log
Digital Output State Log
Digital Output Snapshot Log
Flicker Log
Waveform Trigger Log
System Event Log
Waveform Sample Log
PQ Log
Reset Log
Undefined
The most significant byte defines the following modes: Paused Download Mode (0x000) and
Running Download Modde (0x001).
In Paused Download mode (0x000), the log being accessed is paused - new records are not added
to the log while it is paused.
In Running Download mode (0x001), the log being accessed is not paused - new records may be
added to the log. When downloading in this mode, it is possible that records may be overwritten
before, or even during, access to that record.
„
Auto Increment Window Index - 1 register, 2 bytes.
When read, this register returns the index used by the Auto Increment Log Window, below, to
access logs on this port. When written, this register sets the index used by the Auto Increment Log
Window, below, to access logs on this port. Each port accesses a separate, independent index
through this register, allowing all four ports to access different areas of logs at the same time.
When read, the index is incremented before being returned in the Modbus response. If the Auto
Increment Mode is Paused Download mode (0x001xx in register 39423, 0x099FE), the appropriate
log is paused, preventing the addition of new records while the log is being accessed. A 30-second
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timer is initiated on these reads. Should the timer run out (the index is not incremented/read in 30
seconds), the appropriate log will be allowed to continue logging.
When a value of 0x0FFFF is written to this register, this signifies that the port is finished accessing
the appropriate log, and the 30-second timer is canceled and the appropriate log will be allowed to
continue logging.
Should multiple ports access the same log simultaneously, the log will be paused while either 30second timer is running; the log will be allowed to continue logging only when both ports time-out
or write 0x0FFFF to their index register.
„
Auto Increment Log Window - 64 registers, 128 bytes.
These registers are a 128-byte window into a log, as specified in the Auto Increment Configuration
(register 39423, 0x099FE). Depending on the Auto Increment Window Index, a different 128-byte
area of a log can be accessed.
See section 5.1.4: Downloading Logs with Auto Index and Modbus Extensions for the usage of
these registers.
8.94: Alarm Block (40961-4
41105)
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Description: Window Registers included in this block:
Last Alarm (40961-40976): These Registers keep the latest Limit Trigger Log, which records
information about the limits. The log records which limits are currently exceeded and which limits
have just changed. The 16 Registers contain 32 bytes. The record format is the same as the Limit
Trigger Log Format.
The first eight bytes are the Time Stamp. The format of the Time Stamp is:
Byte
Format
Range
Description
0
Binary
0-99
Century
1
Binary
0-99
Year
2
Binary
1-12
Month
3
Binary
1-31
Day
4
Binary
0-23
Hour
5
Binary
0-59
Minute
6
Binary
0-59
Second
7
Binary
0-99+MSB
Centisecond
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An additional piece of information is contained in the centisecond byte. The most significant bit
indicates whether Limit Trigger monitoring was continuous between the last record and this record.
If the bit is 1, then this is the first record recorded after a power-down, reset or download and all
unfinished durations prior to this record are lost. If the bit is 0, then recording was continuous
between the last record and this one.
The next four bytes are a bitmap for the Current State of the Value 1 Comparisons of the Limits.
The first bit (the most significant bit of the first byte) is the Current State of the 1st Limit’s Value 1
Comparison. The last bit (the least significant bit of the fourth byte) is the Current State of the
32nd Limit’s Value 1 Comparison. A bit value of 1 means that the Comparison is exceeded (less
than or equal to Value 1 for a below limit; greater than Value 1 for an above limit), a bit value of 0
means the Comparison is not exceeded (greater than Value 1 for a below limit; less than or equal to
Value 1 for an above limit).
The next four bytes are the same bitmap as above, but for the Current State of the Value 2
Comparisons of the Limits.
The next four bytes are a bitmap for the Delta of the Value 1 Comparisons of the Limits. The order
of the bits is the same as above. A bit value of 1 means that the State of the Value 1 Comparison
changed since the last alarm occurred; a bit value of 0 means that the State of the Value 1
Comparison did not change since the last alarm.
The next four bytes are the same bitmap as above, but for the Delta of the Value 2 Comparisons of
the Limits.
The next four bytes are a bitmap for the Current State of the Combinations of the Limits. The first
bit (the most significant bit of the first byte) is the Current State of the 1st Limit’s Combination of
the Value 1 Comparison and the Value 2 Comparison. The last bit (the least significant bit of the
fourth byte) is the Current State of the 32nd Limit’s Combination of the Value 1 Comparison and
the Value 2 Comparison. A bit value of 1 means that the Combination is true; a bit value of 0
means that the Combination is false.
The last four bytes are the same bitmap as above, but for the Delta of the Combination of the
Limits.
Last Alarm Snapshot (40977-41104)
The Registers store the latest Limit Snapshot Log.
The record formats are also explained in Chapter 6.
Record Format: A Record contains 32, 64, 128 or 256 bytes, depending on how many channels
have limits assigned to them. The first eight bytes in each Record are the Time Stamp. The format
of the Time Stamp is shown below.
The remaining bytes are the values monitored by Limits (45077-45204). If the first Data Pointer is
requesting VBN, a 4-byte value, then the next 4 bytes in the Record is VBN. This continues, Data
Pointer for Data Pointer, until all Data Pointers have been satisfied, or the number of bytes is equal
to the Historical Log 1 Record Size.
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Byte
Format
Range
Description
0
Binary
0-99
Century
1
Binary
0-99
Year
2
Binary
1-12
Month
3
Binary
1-31
Day
4
Binary
0-23
Hour
5
Binary
0-59
Minute
6
Binary
0-59
Second
7
Binary
0-99+MSB
Centisecond
Limit Data Pointers (45077-45204): These Registers indicate which values are being monitored
by Limits. Each Data Pointer has the following 8-byte structure:
Size
Format
Description
2-byte
Unsigned Integer
Line Number
1-byte
Unsigned Char
Point Number
1-byte
Unsigned Char
Limit Mode
2-byte
Unsigned Integer
Comparison 1 Value
2-byte
Unsigned Integer
Comparison 2 Value
A Line Number is an index into the Communication Table. Example: Line Number 11 is for the
12th Line in the Communication Table, 0.1 Second Phase-to-Neutral Voltages. Data Pointers with
Line Numbers greater than the number of lines in the table are ignored.
A Point Number is an index into a Line in the Communication Table. Example: Point Number 1 is
for the second entry in a Line. Line Number 11, Point Number 1 is the 2nd in the 12th line, 0.1
Second VBN. Data Pointers with Point Numbers greater than the number of points for the line are
ignored.
Latched Exception Flag (41105): This Register tells you how many Limit Triggers have occurred
since the last time the Registers were checked. This Register is Read Only.
Example: Two Limit Exceptions occurred. Read the Register from Port 1; you will notice 2 Limit
Exceptions returned. Later, two more Limit Exceptions occurred. Read the Register again. From
Port 1, you will notice 2 Limit Exceptions returned. From Port 2, you will notice 4 Limit
Exceptions returned. Limit Exceptions are incremented so that you have a history of Limit
Exceptions in the Ports.
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8.95: Port Control Block (41729-44544)
Q
Description: Port Control Registers included in this block (see Chapter 5):
Port Control Command (41729): When written, this Register receives commands meant to control
the ports. Valid commands are:
0x00100 = Lock Port 4 (I/O) for my use
0x00101 = Lock Port 3 for my use
0x00102 = Lock Port 2 for my use
0x00103 = Lock Port 1 (232/485) for my use
0x00104 = Lock the Diagnostic Port for my use (currently not use)
0x00200 = Unlock Port 4
0x00201 = Unlock Port 3
0x00202 = Unlock Port 2
0x00203 = Unlock Port 1
0x00204 = Unlock the Diagnostic Port (currently not used)
You cannot lock your own port. You cannot lock a port that is already locked. A port can only be
unlocked by the port that locked it originally.
Lock States (41730-41732): These Registers contain 6 bytes. The first five bytes contain codes
indicating whether a port is locked by another port or not.
Port Control Lock States
Register
High Byte
Low Byte
41731
Port 4 (I/O)
Port 3
41732
Port 2
Port 1 (232/485)
41733
Diagnostic Port
Unused
Initially, these bytes read as 0x0FF. When a port requests that another port be locked to its use
(0x00100 - 0x00104 to Register 41731), these bytes will read with one of the following codes,
indicating which port is the locked owner of which port:
0x000 = Locked by Port 4 (I/O)
0x001 = Locked by Port 3
0x002 = Locked by Port 2
0x003 = Locked by Port 1 (232/485)
0x004 = Locked by the Diagnostic Port (currently not used)
0x0FF = Unlocked
Pointers (41733-41752): These Registers, when read, return the values of the pointers controlling
the Communication Buffers in the EPM device. They are unsigned integers and represent the indexes of the series of bytes that are the Receive and Transmit Circular Buffers. Since the buffers are
512 bytes long, valid values should range from 0x00000 to 0x001FF.
The order of the Registers is:
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Port Control Pointers
Port
ReceiveIn
ReceiveOut
TransmitIn
TransmitOut
Port 4 (I/O)
41733
41734
41735
41736
Port 3
41737
41738
41739
41740
Port 2
41741
41742
41743
41744
Port 1 (232/485)
41745
41746
41747
41748
Diagnostic Port
41749
41750
41751
41752
ReceiveIn indexes the location where the next received character will be placed in the Receive
Buffer by the interrupt routine. ReceiveOut indexes the location where the next character should be
removed from the Receive Buffer by the parsing routine. TransmitIn indexes the location where the
next character to be transmitted should be placed by the communication generation routine.
TransmitOut indexes the location of the next character to be transmitted by the interrupt
routine.
The Receive Buffer is empty if RecIn = (RecOut+1) Mod 512. The Receive Buffer is full if RecIn =
RecOut. The Transmit Buffer is empty if TrmIn = TrmOut. The Transmit Buffer is full if TrmOut =
TrmIn+1) Mod 512.
When a port is locked, its pointers may be modified by the locking port.
When a TransmitIn Register is written, that causes the interrupt routines to transmit characters in the
Transmit Buffer from TransmitIn to TransmitOut.
Receive and Transmit Buffers (41985-44544): These Registers, when read, return the contents of
the appropriate Receive and Transmit Buffers. Each buffer is 256 Registers (512 bytes) long. The
order of the buffers is:
Receive and Transmit Buffers
Port
Receive
Transmit
Port 4 (I/O)
41985-42240
43265-43520
Port 3
42241-42496
43521-43776
Port 2
42497-42752
43777-44032
Port 1 (232/485)
42753-43008
44033-44288
Diagnostic Port
43009-43264
44289-44544
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8.96: Energy Preset Block (44545-44549)
Q
Description: This block is for EPM 9800 Only. Energy readings can be preset by GE
Communicator EXT 3.0 software.
Preset Energy Value: 4 Registers, 8 bytes. These registers hold the energy readings that will be
used by the software for certain Energy Applications.
Preset Energy Selection / Status: 1 Register, 2 bytes. This register indicates which energy is to be
preset by the software.
8.97: 12-bit RTU Block (53249-53348)
Q
Description: Some older versions of RTU can only read 12-bit data. The EPM meter prepares some
readings in 12-bit format in this block so that the reading can be processed.
Sanity Register - 1 register. This register indicates that status of the meter. A normally functioning
meter reports that value 0x00000, or 0. Any non-zero value indicates that the unit is operating
improperly.
Current, Voltage, W, VAR - 1 register, 2 bytes.
Range
+ 5 A / 0 A, + 150 V / 0 V, + 1500 W, VAR / - 1500 W, VAR
Unit
5/2048 A, 150/2048 V, 1500/2048 W, VAR
Each register contains a 16-bit integer. Positive values have the most significant bit clear, and have
the same magnitude as an unsigned integer. Negative values have the most significant bit set. The
magnitude of a negative value is found by complimenting (inverting) all of the bits and adding 1.
The 16-bit integers have been constrained to the bounds of a signed 12-bit integer, +2047 through 2048.
Energy - 2 registers, 4 bytes.
Range
+99,999,999 / 0 or 0 / -99,999,999 kWh, kVARh
Unit
1 kWh, kVARh
Each pair of registers represents an Energy counter in primary. Each register contains a value from
0 to 9,999 (0x00000 - 0x0270F), representing 4 digits of an Energy counter. The first register is in
units of 10's of MegaWatthour or MegaVARhour. The second register is in units of kiloWatthour or
kiloVARhour. Combined, the pair of registers report up to 100 GWh primary of energy.
Frequency - 1 register, 2 bytes.
Range
75 Hz / 45 Hz
Unit
30 / 4096 Hz
This register contains a 16-bit unsigned integer. The 16-bit integer has been constrained to the
bounds of an unsigned 12-bit integer, 4095 to 0. The Frequency represented by this register is offset
by 45 Hz
Energy Reset - This register, when written with any value, causes all Energy Values to be cleared.
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8.98: Action Block - Resetting EPM Registers (57345-57393)
Most of the Registers in the Action Block are used to perform an action, reset an EPM Register.
Unless otherwise stated, the action is performed when a value, any value, is written to that Register.
Example: In order to Reset Maximum Value in Meter Address 1, any value, such as ‘1’ (0x00001)
should be written to Register 57346 (0x0E001). The appropriate Modbus RTU command for this
example would be: 01 06 E001 0001 2E0A (See Chapter 1 for Modbus protocol overview.)
Q
Description: Action Registers included in this block:
Log Reset (57345): This Register, when written with any value, causes all logs to be cleared. This
action should be performed only under the following two circumstances:
1. When the Programmable Settings are modified, such that data already in the logs is invalidated.
For Example, any modifications involving the record size or organization of the contents of a
snapshot would require the logs to be cleared of any previous data.
2. When the Run-Time Code is upgraded, resulting in one of the following:
Redefinition of the layout or meaning of the Programmable Settings.
Altered behavior or capabilities of the logs.
NOTE: Log Reset should be performed automatically by the software in either case and should not
be an action directly available to the user. (See Chapter 5.)
Maximum Reset (57346): This Register, when written with any value, causes all Maximum Values
to be cleared.
Minimum Reset (57347): This Register, when written with any value, causes all Minimum Values
to be cleared.
Energy Reset (57348): This Register, when written with any value, causes all Energy Values to be
cleared.
Registers for the Meter Calibration (57349-57377): These Registers are for factory use only.
Meter’s Calibrations are done through these Registers.
Registers 57380-57382: These Registers are no longer used. Internal KYZ Enable, Internal KYZ
Minimum Pulse Width, Internal KYZ Pulses/Whr sec are obsolete.
Waveform Calibration (57383-57384): Waveform Calibration should be performed when waveform sampling is running at rates of 16, 32, 64 or 128 samples per cycle. Waveform Calibration
should not be performed when waveform sampling is running at 256 or 512 samples per cycle. If
the unit needs waveform recalibration and is running at 256 or 512 samples per cycle, reprogram the
meter to one of the other sampling rates, recalibrate, then return the unit to its original sampling rate.
Voltage Calibration (57383): When written, the Register initiates a calibration of the Voltage
Channels of the Waveform Capture section of the EPM Main Unit. An accurate and stable 60Hz
sinusoial voltage input should be applied to all voltage channels of the unit prior to the writing of
this Register. Phase relationships between the voltage channels are immaterial. The magnitude of
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the signal should be as follows:
Voltage Calibration Inputs
Model
Input
RMS
EPM 9650
Standard (120 V) Voltage Input
120 V RMS
EPM 9650 G
G ( 300 V) Voltage Input
240 V RMS
EPM 9800
Standard (120 V) Voltage Input
120 V RMS
When read, this Register returns the state of the Voltage Calibration. A value of 0x00000 means that
Voltage Calibration is not taking place. Any other value indicates that Voltage Calibration is taking
place. The 120 V Input should be maintained until this Register reads 0x00000, which should take
up to 20 seconds, depending on the Programmable Settings.
Current Calibration (57384): When written, this Register initiates a calibration of the Current
Channels of the Waveform Capture section of the EPM Main Unit. An accurate and stable 60Hz
sinusoial voltage input should be applied to all current channels of the unit prior to the writing of
this register. Phase relationships between the current channels are immaterial. The magnitude of the
signal should be as follows:
Current Calibration Inputs
Model
Input
RMS
EPM 9650
Standard (5 A) Current Input
5 A RMS
EPM 9650
1 A Current Input
1 A RMS
EPM 9800
Standard (5 A) Current Input
5 A RMS
EPM 9800
1 A Current Input
1 A RMS
When read, this Register returns the State of the Current Calibration. A value of 0x00000 means
that Current Calibration is not taking place. Any other value indicates that Voltage Calibration is
taking place. The 120 V Input should be maintained until this Register reads 0x00000, which
should take up to 20 seconds, depending on the Programmable Settings.
Calibration Waveform - DC Offset (57385): This Register is currently not used.
Reset Time of Use Current Season and Current Month (57386): When written, Time of Use
Current Season and Current Month will reset.
Manual Waveform Capture (57387): When written, the unit captures a waveform.
Reset Internal Input Accumulations and Aggregations (57388): When written, Internal Input
Accumulations and Aggregations will reset.
Override Data not yet Valid Block (57389): This Register is for diagnostics of communication
between two microprocessors in the meter.
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Refresh External I/O Header Information (57390): This Register, when written, causes all
External Devices to be polled for their Information Blocks.
Refresh External I/O Programming Information (57391): This Register, when written, causes all
External Devices to be polled for their Programming Blocks.
Relay Locking Relay Selection (57392): This Register and Register 57392 will manually change
the External Digital Output Modules’ Relays. Using Register 57392, the user can select relays to be
locked by Register 57393. A bit value of 1 means that the relay will be affected by the value on the
Action Selection Register (57393).A bit value of 0 means that the relay will not be affected by the
value on the Action Selection Register (57393).
Relay Locking Relay Selection Register (57392)
Byte
High Byte
Module
Module 1
Low Byte
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Relay
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Relay Locking Action Selection (57393): This Register will lock or unlock the relays of the
External Digital Output Modules in Relay Selection Register 57392. Relays in the Selection
Register (57392) with a bit value of 1 can be locked or unlocked by this Register. The Register is a
2-byte unsigned integer.
Relay Locking Action Selection Values
Value
Description
0
Lock common to N.C. (Normally Closed)
1
Lock common to N.O. (Normally Open)
2
Unlock
3-65535
Not used
8.99: Factory Calibration Block (60929-61026)
Q
Description: Refer to section 5.5 for details.
8.100: CTPT Compensation Calibration Block (61027-61124)
Q
Description: Refer to section 5.5 for details.
8.101: Calibration Modification Block (61185-61280)
Q
Description: Refer to section 5.5 for details.
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8.102: Operational Communication Settings Block (65025-65040)
These Registers keep the valid Communication Settings for all four ports. The Communication
Settings Block (45057) in the Programmable Settings Block might have the wrong values if they
were interrupted while the meter was being updated.
Operational Communication Settings
Value
Protocol
Baud Rate
Parity
Stop Bits Data Bits Response Delay (ms)
0
Modbus ASCII
4800
None
5
0.00
1
Modbus RTU
9600
Even
6
0.25
2
DNP 3.0
19200
Odd
7
0.50
3
38400
Mark
8
0.75
4
57600
Space
5
115200
1.00
1.25
6
1.50
7
1 stop
1.75
8
1.5 stop
2.00
9-14
15
2.25-3.50
2 stop
16-255
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3.75
4.00-63.75
Description: Operational Communication Settings Registers included in this block:
Device Address - 2 bytes, unsigned integer, ranging from 0 to 0xFFFF.
Protocol - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Baud Rate - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Parity - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Stop Bits - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Data Bits - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
Response Delay - 1 byte, unsigned integer.
8.103: Diagnostic Block (65041-65042)
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Description: These registers consist of 32 bits of Data Valid Bits. These registers are created for
debugging purposes for GE engineers. When a problem is noticed, GE engineers can use these registers to find the cause of the problem. Customers should NOT use these registers for polling.
8.104: Device Identification Block 2 (65088-65280)
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Description: Device Identification Registers included in this block:
196 Xilinx Version / 320 Xilinx Version (65088)
Each number is represented by a 1-byte integer.
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Firmware Variation Strings (65089-65280)
Eight Registers each and Null Terminated ASCII Strings (Terminating Null (ASCII 00H) at the end
of the string). (See 3.1.)
8.105: DSP Diagnostic Block (65281-65312)
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Description: DSP Diagnostic Registers are for internal use only. These Registers are not for
customer use. These Registers are READ ONLY and cannot be written.
8.106: Password Block (65316-65344)
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Description: Password Registers included in this block:
User Password (65316-65320): When Passwords are Enabled, a user must write the appropriate
Password to these Registers. After the Password is written, the Password State is updated to reflect
whether the entered Password matches either of the programmed Passwords. Correct entry of a
Password is valid for 2 minutes. Correct entry of a Password is valid only for the port that received
the Password.
Password State (65321): This Register contains an enumeration that reports the state of Password
Protection on the device. The enumeration is as follows:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
0x006
Internal Error
Obsolete Designation, should not occur
Password Protection Enabled (None/Wrong Password)
Level 1 Password
Level 2 Password
Password Protection Disabled
Hardware Defeat
Password State must be combined with Sealing Switch State to determine if a feature is available or
not.
Sealing Switch State (65322)
This Register contains an enumeration that reports the State of Sealing Switch Protection on the
device. The enumeration is as follows:
0x000
0x001
0x002
0x003
0x004
0x005
Internal Error
Sealing Switch Enabled - Not Pressed
Sealing Switch Enabled - Pressed
Sealing Switch Disabled
Sealing Switch Not Installed
Hardware Defeat
Sealing Switch State must be combined with Password State to determine if a feature is available or
not.
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Password Lock (65326): This Register is used to report the Locked Port and change the Locked
Port for Password Modification.
Writing a value of 0x00000 to this Register requests locking Password Updates to this port and
locking out Password Updates to other ports. Writing a value other than 0x00000 rescinds the Lock
on this port. Reading this Register returns the following enumeration:
0x00000 = Port A, I/O
0x00001 = Port B
0x00002 = Port C
0x00003 = Port D, 232 or 485
0x00004 = Diagnostic Port
Anything else indicates that no port has locked Password Updates yet.
Password Sequence / Status (65327): The High Order Byte of this Register contains a Sequence
Number which increments with every password command received.
The Low Order Byte of this Register contains an enumeration that reports the status of the last
password command received. The enumeration is as follows:
0x000
0x001
0x002
Fail
Pass
Unfinished
Password Command (65328): This Register contains and enumeration that tells the device what
action to take. The enumeration is as follows:
0x00000
0x00001
0x00002
0x00003
0x00004
0x00005
0x00006- 0x0FFFF
Set Level 1 Password
Set Level 2 Password
Enable Password Protection
Disable Password Protection
Enable Sealing Switch Protection
Disable Sealing Switch Protection
Revoke the 2-minute timer of an active password.
All successful commands set access back to Level 0, revoking the 2-minute timer of any active
password.
New Password A (65332-65336)
New Password B (65340-65344)
The user writes to these Registers in order to set the Level 1 or Level 2 Password. For security
purposes, these Registers are READ ONLY. The same password should be written to both sets of
Registers; a new password will be accepted only if the values written to both sets of Registers agree.
After writing to both sets of Registers, the Password Command Register should be written with the
command indicating which Password is being updated.
Acceptable Passwords should consist of the ASCII characters ‘ ‘ (0x020), ‘0’-’9’ (0x030-0x039) and
‘A’-’Z’ (0x041-0x05A). Attempts to set a password with illegal characters will fail.
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8.107: Dynamic Configuration Block (65345-65349)
NVRAM Configuration Values
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Value
Memory Option
0
No Memory
1
512K
2
2M
3
4M
Description: Dynamic Configuration Registers included in this block:
NVRAM Configuration (65345): 2bytes, unsigned integer. This Register (see above) indicates the
memory option of the EPM unit.
IRIG-B State (65346): This Register indicates whether the IRIG-B signal is received at the unit or
not. A value of 0x00001 indicates the signal is being received; any other value indicates that the
signal is not being received.
Network Card (65347): This Register indicates whether the Network Card is installed or not. A
value of 0x00001 indicates that the Network Card is installed; any other value indicates that the
Network Card is not installed.
Modem Card (65348): This Register indicates whether the Modem Card is installed or not. A
value of 0x00001 indicates that the Modem Card is installed; any other value indicates that the
Modem Card is not installed.
Sealing Switch Installation (65349): This Register indicates whether the Sealing Switch is
installed or not. A value of 0x00001 indicates that the Sealing Switch is installed; any other value
indicates that the switch is not installed.
8.108: Hardware Options Block (65361-65368)
Hardware Option Settings
The following information pertains to settings burned into the boot sector of Banked Executable
units, whether EPM 9650 or EPM 9800.
Non-banked Executable EPM 9650 units duplicate most of these features using jumpers physically
located on the board. Even if these features were added to the boot of a Non-banked Executable
unit, the runtime does not have sufficient code space left to utilize these settings.
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Description: Hardware Options Registers included in this block:
Form (65361 High): The Form indicates what back module is installed in a Glass Socket (9800)
EPM. The Form indicates the type of Hookup in use. In a standard EPM (9650), there is one physical Form which can be connected into the system in several ways and the meter is informed of the
particular Hookup through a Programmable Setting. In the Glass Socket EPM (9800), each Form
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will be used with a single Hookup and the continued use of a Programmable Setting would allow a
user to select a Hookup that the meter is not capable of monitoring. The following codes are used to
indicate the Form in use:
EPM Forms
Code
Form
Wye/Delta
CT’s
PTs
0x000
5S
Delta
2 (recreate Ib)
2
0x001
8S
Delta
3
2
0x002
9S
Wye
3
3
0x003
35S
Delta
2 (recreate Ib)
2
3
2 (recreate Vbn)
4 (In meas)
3
4 (In meas)
2 (recreate Vbn)
0x004
36S
0x005
39S
Wye, 2
1/2
Element
Wye
0x006
76S
Wye, 2
0x007-0x0FF
Undefined,
treated as 5S
1/2
Element
Banked Executable Option Settings
Modbus Register
Setting
9650
9800
65361 High
Form
No
Yes
65361 Low
4 KYZ
No
Yes
65362 High
Com Port 4
No
Yes
65362 Low
Com Port 3
No
Yes
65363 High
Com Port 2
Yes
Yes
65363 Low
Com Port 1
No
Yes
65364 High
1 Amp
Yes
Yes
65364 Low
300 Volt
Yes
Yes
65365 High
Sealing Switch
Yes
Yes
65365 Low
Memory
Yes
Yes
65366 High
Undefined
65366 Low
Undefined
65367 High
Undefined
65367 Low
Undefined
65368 High
Undefined
65368 Low
Undefined
4 KYZ (65361 Low): An option of the Glass Socket (9800) EPM is 4 Internal Dry-contact Relays
for Pulse Output, either as KYZ or as End of Interval Pulse. The following codes are used to indicate this option:
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0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
Not Present
Present
Undefined, treated as Not Present
Com Port (65362-65363): In both the 9650 and the 9800, there are options which attach devices to
the Communication Ports, internal to the case. Externally Connected devices use communication
settings that need to be user programmable. Internally connected options require Fixed
Communication Settings to insure that they always function. These bytes are used to indicate that a
given communication device is attached to a particular port. The following codes are used to
indicate these options:
0x000
232/485
0x001
Display
0x002
INPI (Modem)
0x003
INP10 (Network)
0x004-0x0FF Undefined, treated as 232/485
232/485 indicates that the communication settings for this port should be user programmable.
Display indicates that the port should be Address 1, Modbus RTU, 9600 Baud, 8n1, with no delay.
INP1 for EPM 9650 indicates that the port should be Address 1, Modbus ASCII, 57.6k Baud, 8n1,
with no delay.
INP1 for EPM 9800 indicates that the port should be Address 1, Modbus ASCII, 38.4 k Baud, 8n1,
with no delay.
INP10 indicates that the port should be Address 1, Modbus RTU, 115.2 k Baud, 8n1, with no delay.
For an EPM 9650, all ports should be set to 0x000, indicating a 232 or 485 port, except for Port 2,
which can be set for either 232/485, INP1 or INP10. Displays are not integrated into the unit and no
port should be set to indicate a display.
For an EPM 9800, Port 2 should be set to Display. This not only sets the Communication
Settings for the proper operation of the display, but it enables several special features for the display
that should not be available on other com ports. Depending on the internal connection, INP1 and/or
INP10 could be set for other ports.
1 Amp (65364 High)
Some EPM units are produced with five windings around the Toroidal CT within the device,
multiplying the current pickup from a nominal 5 Amp to 1 Amp. Without identifying this
modification, it is necesssary to introduce a compensating factor into the CT Ratio to produce
correct Primary Values for Current and Power. With this setting, it is possible to have the
adjustment automatically take place in the firmware. The following codes are used to indicate this
option:
0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
Standard 5 Amp Range
Special 1 Amp Range
Undefined, treated as 5 Amp Range
300 V (65364 Low)
Similarly, some EPM units are produced with a different Voltage Divider, changing the voltage
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range from nominally 150V to 300V. Without identifiying this modification, it is necessary to add a
compensating Programmable Setting in to produce correct Secondary Voltage and Power. As a
Programmable Setting, however, end users could incorrectly enable or disable this feature. With this
setting, it is possible to have the adjustment automatically take place in the firmware. The following
codes are used to indicate this option:
0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
Standard 150V Phase-to-Neutral Voltage
Special 300V Phase-to-Neutral Voltage
Undefined, treated as 150 Phase-to-Neutral Voltage
Sealing Switch (65365 High): Not all EPM units have the Sealing Switch security feature installed.
If installed, the end user can enable the security use of this switch and prevent changes to the
device’s Programmable Settings without physical, tamper-evident access to the unit. This
feature cannot be enabled if the switch is not installed; access is permanently denied. The following
codes are used to indicate this option:
0x000
0x001
0x002-0x0FF
No Sealing Switch
Sealing Switch Installed
Undefined, treated as No Sealing Switch
Memory (65365 Low): The amount of memory in the EPM 9800. The following codes are used to
indicate:
0x002
0x003
0x004-0x0FF
2048k NVRAM
EPM 9800S
4096k NVRAM
EPM 9800A
Undefined, treated as 0k NVRAM
8.109: Flash Control Block (65409-65498)
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Description: Flash Control Registers included in this block:
GE Communicator EXT Operation Indicator (65409): When read, this byte reports which
Operation Mode is in use and why. If the value is 0x00000, then the Communication
Microcontroller is running in Normal Operation. Any non-zero value indicates that the
Communication Microcontroller is running in FLASH Operation. Each bit in the Register signals
the reason for being in FLASH Operation. The bits are:
Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 3:
Bit 4:
Bit 5:
Bit 6-15:
Checksum Failure in Code
Checksum Failure in Programmable Settings
Illegal Communication Settings in Programmable Settings
Forced FLASH Operation by Jumper
Requested FLASH Operation by Communication
Requested Default Communication Settings
Reserved, should be 0
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Bits 1, 4 and 5 indicate that all ports are set to the Default Communication Settings of Address 1,
Modbus RTU, 9600 Baud, 8 Data Bits, No Parity, 1 Stop Bit and No Delay.
Bit 2 indicates that one or more ports are set to an Illegal setting or combination of settings. In all
protocols, Baud Rate, Stop Bits and Parity must be in the allowed range of settings. In Modbus,
Addresses must be in the range of 1-247. In Modbus RTU, the Data Bits must be 8; in Modbus
ASCII, the Data Bits must be 7 or 8. In DNP, the Address must not be 0x0FFFF and the Data Bits
must be 8. If any of the above conditions are false, that port uses the Default Settings of Address 1,
Modbus RTU, 9600 Baud, 8 Data Bits, No Parity, 1 Stop Bit and No Delay. For forward
compatability, future protocols make no special demands on Address or Data Bits.
If a Modem (INP1) or Network (INP10) Option is installed, appropriate settings will be used for the
port for the use of the card, overriding any default that might occur due to other errors. Invalid
settings for the port would still cause Bit 2 to indicate a bad Programmable Setting.
Communicator EXT FLASH Sequence & Status / FLASH Command (65410): When read, the
High byte is a sequence number and the Low byte is the status of the last FLASH action. After a
FLASH action is performed, the sequence number is incremented and the status of that action is
placed in the Status byte. If the sequence number did not increment, retry the action. Status values
are:
0x000 = Action Failed
0x001 = Action Passed
0x002 = Action Unfinished
Resets to FLASH Operation initialize a 30-second Timeout. This Timeout is reset by a read by the
Locked Port of this Register (65410) or that of the DSP Microcontroller FLASH Sequence and
Status Register (65415). If this Timeout runs out, the Communication Microcontroller will reset.
When written, the Register initiates FLASH commands for the Communication Microcontroller
FLASH. Valid commands are:
0x00000 = Lock the FLASH Routines to this Com Port.
0x00001 = Erase the Code Blocks (0,1,2,3 and 5 (and 6 if Variation 0001)).
0x00002 = Calculate the Code Checksum (0,1,2,3 and 5 (and 6 if Variation 0001)).
0x00003 = Erase the Programmable Settings Block (7).
0x00004 = Calculate the Programmable Settings Checksum (7).
0x00100 = Reset to Normal Operation.
0x00101 = Reset to FLASH Operation, Programmed Communication Settings.
0x00102 = Reset to FLASH Operation, Default Communication Settings.
Locking the FLASH sets the Locked Port Register (65410) to the value for the port that sent the
Lock Command. Only the Locked Port can then reset the timer by reading the Status Registers
(65411 and 65415) or by writing to other Registers in the FLASH Blocks. Only the Locked Port
may send any of the other commands.
Checksum Calculations will update the appropriate Checksum Register for subsequent reads.
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FLASH Locked Port (65411)
This port contains two bytes. The first byte contains a code indicating which port is in use:
0x00000 = Port A,I/O
0x00100 = Port B
0x00200 = Port C
0x00300 = Port D, 232 or 485
0x00400 = Diagnostic Port
The second byte contains a code indicating which port is locked for FLASH Routines. Initially, this
byte reads as 0x0FF. When a port sends the Lock Port command (0x00000 to Register 65410), this
Register will then read with one of the following codes, indicating which port is locked in the
FLASH Routines:
0x00000 = Port A, I/O
0x00001 = Port B
0x00002 = Port C
0x00003 = Port D, 232 or 485
0x00004 = Diagnostic Port
0x00005 = Not Yet Locked
Only the Locked Port can reset the Timeouts by reading the Status Registers (65411 and 65414) or
by writing to the other Registers in the FLASH Blocks.
GE Communicator EXT FLASH Code Checksum - Range 65535/0 (65412): When read, this
Register returns the Code LRC16 calculated after the last Code Checksum Action.
When written by the Locked Port, the value written is programmed into the FLASH, Addresses
0x17FFE - 0x17FFF as the Code Checksum.
GE Communicator EXT FLASH Programmable Settings Checksum - Range 65535/0 (65413)
When read, this Register returns the Programmable Settings CRC16 as calculated after the last
Programmable Settings Checksum Action.
When written by the Locked Port, the value written is programmed into the FLASH, Addresses
0x1FFFE - 0x1FFFF as the Programmable Settings Checksum.
EPM DSP Operation Indicator (65414): When read, this Register reports which Operation Mode
is in use and why. If the value is 0x00000, then the DSP Microcontroller is running in Normal
Operation. Any non-zero value indicates that the DSP Microcontroller is running in FLASH
Operation. Each bit in the Register signals the reason for being in FLASH Operation. The bits are:
Bit 0:
Bit 1:
Bit 2:
Bit 3-15:
Micro in FLASH Operation
Checksum Failure in Code
Unit is in Table Mode
Reserved, should be 0
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EPM DSP FLASH Sequence & Status / FLASH Command (65415): This Register is similar to
Register 65409, except that it effects the DSP Microcontroller Normal FLASH. Valid commands
are:
0x00001 = Erase the Code Blocks (Normal FLASH, Blocks 4-7)
0x00002 = Calculate the Code Checksum (Normal FLASH, Blocks 4-7)
0x00100 = Reset to Normal Operation
0x00101 = Reset to FLASH Operation
Reads of this Register by the Locked Port when in FLASH Operation initializes a 30-second
Timeout. This Timeout is reset by a read by the Locked Port of this Register (65415) or that of the
Communication Microcontroller FLASH Sequence & Status Register (65410). If this Timeout runs
out, the Communication Microcontroller will reset.
EPM DSP FLASH Code Checksum - Range 65535/0 (65416): When read, this Register returns
the Code LRC16 as calculated after the last Code Checksum Action.
When written by the Locked Port, the value written is programmed into the Normal FLASH at
Addresses 0x1FFFE - 0x1FFFF as the Code Checksum.
Port to Port Communications (65417-65421): These Registers are readable and writable from any
port. They are meant to convey commands from a Master Device connected on one port to a Master
Device connected on a different port. (Example: A PC wishes to upgrade the FLASH on a Display.)
Each Register is meant to be monitored by a different port, as follows:
65417
65418
65419
65420
65421
Commands to Port A, I/O
Commands to Port B
Commands to Port C
Commands to Port D, 232/485
Commands to the Diagnostic Port - currently not used
Commands are sent in the form of codes written to these Registers. The following are Valid
Commands to be recognized appropriately by Master Devices (like Displays):
0x00000
0x00100
0x00101
0x00102
No Command
Reset to Normal Mode
Reset to FLASH Mode
Reset to FLASH Mode, Default Settings
GE Communicator EXT FLASH Code Hex Line (65425-65434)
These 10 Registers are used as an interface for the 20 useful bytes from a line of a HEX file. The
20 bytes holding binary data are:
Length:
Offset:
Type:
Content:
1 byte
2 bytes
1 byte
16 bytes
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Writes to the Registers can only be performed by the Locked Port.
Writing the 10th Register (65434) initiates the writing of the line to the FLASH. (It is
recommended that the full ten registers, padded by 0x0FF’s be written to write a HEX line.) Offset
Values of 0x00000 - 0x0FFFF write to the FLASH, Addresses 0x00000 - 0x0FFFF (Blocks 0, 1, 2
and 3).
Reading these Registers returns the values last written to these Registers.
GE Communicator EXT FLASH Extended Code Hex Line (65441-65450)
These 10 Registers are similar to Registers 65425-65434, except that Offset Values of 0x00000 0x03FFF write to the FLASH Addresses 0x14000 - 0x17FFF (Block 5).
If Variation 0001, Offset Values of 0x00000 - 0x07FFF write to the FLASH, Addresses 0x14000 0x1BFFF (Block 5).
GE Communicator EXT FLASH Product History Hex Line (65457-65466)
These 10 Registers are similar to Registers 65425-65434, except that Offset Values of 0x00000 0x03FFD write to the FLASH, Addresses 0x18000 - 0x01BFFD (Block 6).
GE Communicator EXT FLASH Programmable Settings Hex Line (65473-65482)
These 10 Registers are similar to Registers 65425-65434, except that Offset Values of 0x00000 0x03FFD write to the FLASH, Addresses 0x1C000 - 0x1FFFD (Block 7).
EPM DSP FLASH Code Hex Line (65489-65498)
These 10 Registers are similar to 65425-65434, except that Extended Addressing Offset Values of
0x0F0000 - 0x0FFFFF write to the Normal FLASH, Addresses 0x10000 - 0x1FFFF (Blocks 4-7).
8.110: Enhanced Serial Number (65533-65534)
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Description: This is an 8-digit Packed BCD. The format is the same at the Serial Number
(Registers 65535-65536).
8.111: Serial Number (65535-65536)
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Description: This is an 8-digit Packed BCD.
Example:
Registers 65535-65536, Serial Numbers might contain the following data:
Address
65535
65536
Value
0007H
3394H
Description
00073304
The Serial Number is 00073304.
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Glossary
0.1 Second Values:
These values are the RMS values of the indicated quantity as calculated after
approximately 50 milliseconds (3 cycles) of sampling.
1 Second Values:
These values are the RMS values of the indicated quantity as calculated after
one second (60 cycles) of sampling.
Alarm:
An event or condition in a meter that can cause a trigger or call-back to occur.
Annunciator:
A short label that identifies particular quantities or values displayed, for example
kWh.
Average (Current):
When applied to current values (amps) the average is a calculated value that
corresponds to the thermal average over a specified time interval. The interval
is specified by the user in the meter profile. The interval is typically 15 minutes.
So, Average Amps is the thermal average of amps over the previous 15-minute
interval. The thermal average rises to 90% of the actual value in each time
interval. For example, if a constant 100amp load is applied, the thermal average
will indicate 90 amps after one time interval, 99 amps after two time intervals
and 99.9 amps after three time intervals.
Average (Input Pulse
Accumulations):
When applied to Input Pulse Accumulations, the “Average” refers to the block
(fixed) window average value of the input pulses.
Average (Power):
When applied to power values (watts, VARs, VA), the average is a calculated
value that corresponds to the thermal average over a specified time interval. The
interval is specified by the user in the meter profile. The interval is typically 15
minutes. So, the Average Watts is the thermal average of watts over the
previous 15-minute interval. The thermal average rises to 90% of the actual
value in each time interval. For example, if a constant 100kW load is applied,
the thermal average will indicate 90kW after one time interval, 99kW after two
time intervals and 99.9kW after three time intervals.
Bit:
A unit of computer information equivalent to the result of a choice between two
alternatives (Yes/No, On/Off, for example).
Or, the physical representation of a bit by an electrical pulse whose presence or
absence indicates data.
Binary:
Relating to a system of numbers having 2 as its base (digits 0 and 1).
Block Window Avg:
(Power)
The Block (Fixed) Window Average is the average power calculated over a
user-set time interval, typically 15 minutes. This calculated average corresponds
to the demand calculations performed by most electric utilities in monitoring
user power demand. (See Rolling Window Average.)
Glossary-1
Byte:
A group of 8 binary digits processed as a unit by a computer (or device) and
used especially to represent an alphanumeric character.
CBEMA Curve:
A voltage quality curve established originally by the Computer Business
Equipment Manufacturers Association. The CBEMA Curve defines voltage
disturbances that could cause malfunction or damage in microprocessor devices.
The curve is characterized by voltage magnitude and the duration which the
voltage is outside of tolerance. (See ITIC Curve.)
Channel:
The storage of a single value in each interval in a load profile.
Cold Load Pickup:
This value is the delay from the time control power is restored to the time when
the user wants to resume demand accumulation.
CRC Field:
Cyclic Redundancy Check Field (Modbus communication) is an error checksum
calculation that enables a Slave device to determine if a request packet from a
Master device has been corrupted during transmission. If the calculated value
does not match the value in the request packet, the Slave ignores the request.
CT (Current) Ratio:
A Current Transformer Ratio is used to scale the value of the current from a
secondary value up to the primary side of an instrument tranformer.
Cumulative Demand:
The sum of the previous billing period maximum demand readings at the time
of billing period reset. The maximum demand for the most recent billing period
is added to the previously accumulated total of the maximum demands.
Demand:
The average value of power or a similar quantity over a specified period of
time.
Demand Interval:
A specified time over which demand is calculated.
Display:
User-configurable visual indication of data in a meter.
DNP 3.0:
A robust, non-proprietary protocol based on existing open standards. DNP 3.0
is used to operate between various systems in electric and other utility industries
and SCADA networks. EPM 9450 supports Level 1; EPM 9650 & 9800
support Level 2.
EEPROM:
Nonvolatile memory. Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
that retains its data during a power outage without need for a battery. Also
refers to meter’s FLASH memory.
Energy Register:
Programmable record that monitors any energy quantity. Example: Watthours,
VARhours, VAhours.
Ethernet:
A type of LAN network connection that connects two or more devices on a
common communications backbone. An Ethernet LAN consists of at least one
hub device (the network backbone) with multiple devices connected to it in a
star configuration. The most common versions of Ethernet in use are 10BaseT
Glossary-2
and 100BaseT as defined in IEEE 802.3 standards. However, several other
versions of Ethernet are also available.
Exception Response:
Error Code (Modbus communication) transmitted in a packet from the Slave to
the Master if the Slave has encountered an invalid command or other problem.
Flicker:
Flicker is the sensation that is experienced by the human visual system when it
is subjected to changes occurring in the illumination intensity of light sources.
IEC 61000-4-15 and former IEC 868 describe the methods used to determine
flicker severity.
Form:
Wiring and Hookup configuration for the EPM 9800.
Harmonics:
Measuring values of the fundamental current and voltage and percent of the
fundamental.
Heartbeat Pulse:
Energy indicator on the face of the EPM9450/9650; pulses are generated per
the programmed Ke value.
2
I T Threshold:
Data will not accumulate until current reaches programmed level.
Infrared Test Pulse:
Energy indicator located on the upper left side of the face of the EPM 9800
meter; pulses are generated per the programmed Ke value.
Integer:
Any of the natural numbers, the negatives of those numbers or zero.
Internal Modem:
An optional modem within the meter’s enclosure that connects to the RJ-11
telephone connector.
Invalid Register:
In the meter’s Modbus Map there are gaps between Registers. For example, the
next Register after 08320 is 34817. Any unmapped Register stores no
information and is said to be invalid.
ITIC Curve:
An updated version of the CBEMA Curve that reflects further study into the
performance of microprocessor devices. The curve consists of a series of steps
but still defines combinations of voltage magnitude and duration that will cause
malfunction or damage.
Ke:
kWh per pulse; i.e. the energy.
kWh:
kilowatt hours; kW x demand interval in hours.
KYZ Output:
Output where the rate of changes between 1 and 0 reflects the magnitude of a
metered quantity.
LCD:
Liquid Crystal Display.
LED:
Light Emitting Diode.
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Master Device:
In Modbus communication, a Master Device initiates and controls all
information transfer in the form of a Request Packet to a Slave Device. The
Slave reponds to each request.
Maximum Demand:
The largest demand calculated during any interval over a billing period.
Modbus ASCII:
Alternate version of the Modbus protocol that utilizes a different data transfer
format. This version is not dependent upon strict timing, as is the RTU version.
This is the best choice for telecommunications applications (via modems).
Modbus RTU:
The most common form of Modbus protocol. Modbus RTU is an open protocol
spoken by many field devices to enable devices from multiple vendors to
communicate in a common language. Data is transmitted in a timed binary
format, providing increased throughput and therefore, increased performance.
Network:
A communications connection between two or more devices to enable those
devices to send and receive data to one another. In most applications, the
network will be either a serial type or a LAN type.
NVRAM:
Nonvolatile Random Access Memory is able to keep the stored values in
memory even during the loss of circuit or control power. High speed NVRAM
is used in the EPM 9450, 9650 & 9800 to gather measured information and to
insure that no information is lost.
Optical Port:
A port that facilitates infrared communication with an EPM 9800 meter.
Using an ANSI C12.13 Type II magnetic optical communications coupler and
an RS-232 cable from the coupler to a PC, the meter can be programmed with
GE Communicator EXT software.
Packet:
A short fixed-length section of data that is transmitted as a unit. Example: a
serial string of 8-bit bytes.
Percent (%) THD:
Percent Total Harmonic Distortion. (See THD.)
Protocol:
A language that will be spoken between two or more devices connected on a
network.
PT Ratio:
Potential Transformer Ratio used to scale the value of the voltage to the primary
side of an instrument transformer. Also referred to as VT Ratio.
Pulse:
The closing and opening of the circuit of a two-wire pulse system or the
alternate closing and opening of one side and then the other of a three-wire
system (which is equal to two pulses).
Q Readings:
Q is the quantity obtained by lagging the applied voltage to a wattmeter by 60
degrees. Values are displayed on the Uncompensated Power and Q Readings
screen.
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Quadrant:
(Programmable
Values and Factors
on the EPM9450,
9650 & 9800)
Watt and VAR flow is typically represented usng an X-Y coordinate system.
The four corners of the X-Y plane are referred to as quadrants. Most power
applications label the right hand corner as the first quadrant and number the
remaining quadrants in a counter-clockwise rotation. Following are the
positions of the quadrants: 1st - upper right, 2nd - upper left, 3rd - lower left
and 4th - lower right. Power flow is generally positive in quadrants 1 and 4.
VAR flow is positive in quadrants 1 and 2. The most common load conditions
are: Quadrant 1 - power flow positive, VAR flow positive, inductive load,
lagging or positive power factor; Quadrant 2 - power flow negative, VAR flow
positive, capacitive load, leading or negative power factor.
Register:
An entry or record that stores a small amount of data.
Register Rollover:
A point at which a Register reaches its maximum value and rolls over to zero.
Reset:
Logs are cleared or new (or default) values are sent to counters or timers.
Rolling Window
Average (Power):
The Rolling (Sliding) Window Average is the average power calculated over a
user-set time interval that is derived from a specified number of sub-intervals,
each of a specified time. For example, the average is calculated over a
15-minute interval by calculating the sum of the average of three consecutive
5-minute intervals. This demand calculation methodology has been adopted by
several utilities to prevent customer manipulation of kW demand by simply
spreading peak demand across two intervals.
RS232:
A type of serial network connection that connects two devices to enable
communication between devices. An RS-232 connection connects only two
points. Distance between devices is typically limited to fairly short runs.
Current standards recommend a maximum of 50 feet but some users have had
success with runs up to 100 feet. Communications speed is typically in the
range of 1200 bits per second to 57,600 bits per second. RS-232 connection
can be accomplished using Port 1 of the EPM 9450/9650 or the Optical Port
on the face of the EPM 9800.
RS485:
A type of serial network connection that connects two or more devices to enable
communication between the devices. An RS-485 connection will allow
multi-drop communication from one to many points. Distance between devices
is typically limited to around 2,000 to 3,000 wire feet. Communications speed
is typically in the range of 120 bits per second to 115,000 bits per second.
Sag:
A voltage quality event during which the RMS voltage is lower than normal for
a period of time, typically from 1/2 cycle to 1 minute.
Secondary Rated:
Any Register or pulse output that does not use any CT or VT Ratio.
Serial Port:
The type of port used to directly interface with a PC.
Slave Device:
In Modbus communication, a Slave Device only receives a Request Packet from
a Master Device and responds to the request. A Slave Device cannot initiate
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communication.
Swell:
A voltage quality event during which the RMS voltage is higher than normal for
a period of time, typically from 1/2 cycle to 1 minute.
THD:
Total Harmonic Distortion is the combined effect of all harmonics measured in a
voltage or current. The THD number is expressed as a percent of the
fundamental. For example, a 3% THD indicates that the magnitude of all
harmonic distortion measured equals 3% of the magnitude of the fundamental
60Hz quantity.
Time Stamp:
A stored representation of the time of an event. Time Stamp can include year,
month, day, hour, minute and second and Daylight Savings Time indication.
TOU:
Time of Use.
Uncompensated Power: VA, Watt and VAR readings not adjusted by Transformer Loss Compensation.
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V T Threshold:
Data will stop accumulating when voltage falls below programmed level.
Voltage Imbalance:
The ratio of the voltage on a phase to the average voltage on all phases.
Voltage Quality Event: An instance of abnormal voltage on a phase. The events the meter will track
include sags, swells, interruptions and imbalances.
VT Ratio:
The Voltage Transformer Ratio is used to scale the value of the voltage to the
primary side of an instrument transformer. Also referred to as PT Ratio.
Voltage, Vab:
Vab, Vbc, Vca are all Phase-to-Phase voltage measurements. These voltages are
measured between the three phase voltage inputs to the meter.
Voltage, Van:
Van, Vbn, Vcn are all Phase-to-Neutral voltages applied to the monitor. These
voltages are measured between the phase voltage inputs and Vn input to the
meter. Technologically, these voltages can be “measured” even when the meter
is in a Delta configuration and there is no connection to the Vn input. However,
in this configuration, these voltages have limited meaning and are typically not
reported.
Voltage, Vaux:
This is the fourth voltage input measured from between the Vaux and Vref
inputs. This input can be scaled to any value. However, the actual input
voltage to the meter should be of the same magnitude as the voltages applied to
the Va, Vb and Vc terminals.
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