EPM9800spec

EPM9800spec
Guideform Specification
EPM9800 – HIGH PERFORMANCE REVENUE GRADE POWER QUALITY METER
NOTE TO THE SPECIFIER: The following specification is intended to be used as a complement to an
existing section (either the device section or as a subset of an equipment section). Insert the following
into Part 2 of the base specification.
2.
PRODUCT
2.1
Power Meter
A. Provide electronic power metering where indicated complying with all requirements below. Meter(s)
shall be General Electric EPM9800 or approved equal.
B. Power meter shall be multi-function 3 phase, solid-state, socket-mount design.
1.
Meter shall be capable of connection to three-phase, four-wire or three-phase, three-wire
circuits.
2.
Meter shall support meter form factors 9S, 36S, 45S, SWB, and 9A.
Fo r m
Ra ted Vo l ta ge
T yp e
9S
0 to 2 7 7 V L - N
3 E, 4 W , W ye
36S
0 to 2 7 7 V L - N
2 ½ E , 4 W , W ye wi t h
Ne utr al
45S
0 to 4 8 0 V L - L
2 E, 3 W , D el ta
SW B 2
0 to 2 7 7 V L - N
P ro gra m ma b l e
9A
0 -2 7 7 V L - N
A B a se Fo r m
C. Voltage and current inputs to the meter shall conform to the following at a minimum:
1.
Meter shall be a Class 20, transformer rated design. The unit will monitor up to 22 amps
continuously.
2.
Monitor shall accept input of three (3) independent voltage inputs and three (3)
independent current inputs of the stated capacity.
3.
Voltage inputs shall be rated for connection to circuits from 0 to 277 volts AC line-toneutral or 0 to 480 volts AC line-to-line and shall be auto-ranging over this range.
4.
Voltage input shall be optically isolated to 2500 volts DC. Shall meet or exceed IEEE
37.90.1 (Surge Withstand Capability). Communication ports shall be isolated from each
other to 1000 Volts.
5.
Current inputs shall have a continuous rating of 120% of Class Current and a 1-second
over-current rating of 500 %.
D. Power meter shall measure and report the following quantities at a minimum:
1.
Voltage, both phase to neutral and phase to phase, for all three phases; Phase angles for
each voltage relative to each other. One cycle, 100 millisecond and one-second readings
shall be available simultaneously.
2.
Current, phase A, B, C, and N-calculated; Phase angles for each current relative to
voltages. One cycle, 100 millisecond and one-second readings shall be available
simultaneously.
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3.
Watts (total and per phase), VARs (total and per phase), VA (total and per phase), Power
Factor (total and per phase) and Frequency. 100 millisecond and one second readings
shall be available simultaneously.
4.
Accumulated Watt-hr, VA-hr, and VAR-hr; Watt-hr received; Watt-hr delivered. VAR-hr
and VA-hr reading shall be accumulated and stored for each of the 4 quadrants of power.
5.
Power demand shall be simultaneously calculated using five (5) different averaging
methods: Fixed Window (Block) Average, Sliding Window (Rolling Block) Average,
Thermal Average, Predicted Average, and Cumulative Demand. Values for all averaging
intervals must be available simultaneously.
6.
Fixed Window (Block) Average interval shall be user-settable from one (1) second to
eighteen (18) hours. Sliding Window (Rolling Block) Average sub-interval shall be usersettable from one (1) second to eighteen (18) hours. The number of sub-intervals in the
Sliding Window (Rolling Block) Average shall be user-settable from 1 to 255 subintervals.
7.
Power meter shall provide updates of all voltage and current readings at intervals of 1
cycle, 100 milliseconds, and 1 second. Readings shall be available for both metering and
control. All specified readings shall be made available via the RS-485 ports.
8.
Power meter shall provide time-stamped maximum and minimum readings for every
measured parameter.
9.
Power meter shall provide coincident VAR readings for all maximum Watt readings with
time/date stamp.
10.
The power meter shall compensate for errors in current transformer and potential
transfers. Errors shall include voltage, multipoint current, multiphase angle, and better
than .01% resolution.
Power meter shall provide the following accuracies. Accuracies shall be measured as percent of
reading at standard meter test points.
1.
Power and energy accuracy shall be from 0.15 amps to full load. Guaranteed accuracy
should be 0.06% at unity PF and 0.1% at .5 PF from 0.15 amps to full load. Typically
within less than 0.04% at unity PF and within 0.06% at 0.50 PF.
2.
Power meter shall meet ANSI C12.20 for Class 0.2 and IEC 687 accuracy
requirements.
3.
Voltage accuracy shall be within less than 0.02% for the 1-second readings and less
than 0.2% for 100-millisecond readings.
4.
Current accuracy shall be within less than 0.025% for the 1-second readings and less
than 0.1% for 100-millisecond readings.
5.
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F.
G.
Frequency accuracy shall be within less than 0.001 Hz.
Auto-calibration components shall include:
1.
8 Channel sample/hold, for each at the voltage and current channels.
2.
Precision internal references with real-time auto calibration for voltage and current
channels.
3.
The voltage inputs shall be optically isolated to 2500 volts.
4.
Dual 16 bit A/D converters.
Meter shall include an integrated LCD display with multiple display modes.
1.
Display shall support Normal, Test, Diagnostic, and Time-of-Use modes.
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2.
Normal Mode shall provide access to kWh (delivered and received), Qh (Delivered &
Received), kVARh (delivered and received), kVAh (delivered and received), peak fixed
window demands, and peak sliding window demands.
3.
Test Mode shall provide access to Wh (delivered and received), VARh (delivered and
received), VAh (delivered and received), and instantaneous demand. When operating in
test mode the stored readings from Normal Mode shall not be impacted or compromised.
4.
Diagnostic Mode shall provide access to all voltages and currents, a real-time phasor
diagram, and real-time harmonics of each voltage and current to the 63 rd order. Viewing
harmonics to the 128th order shall be available through a connected computer.
5.
Time of Use mode shall provide access to kWh and kW for each TOU register and total,
kVARh and kVAR for each TOU register and total and kVAh for each TOU register and
total.
Power meter shall provide multiple digital communication ports and support multiple open
protocols.
1.
I.
Meter shall include an IR port for communication to external devices such as handheld
readers that supports speeds of up to 57,600 bps.
2.
Meter shall be fully supported by Itron’s (UTS) MV-90 software system.
3.
Meter shall include two (2) independent, RS-485 digital communication ports.
4.
Each port shall be user configurable with regard to speed, protocol, address, and other
communications parameters. Ports shall support a maximum communication speed of
115k baud simultaneously.
5.
One communication port shall be configurable as either a Master or a Slave port. The
Master configuration shall enable the unit to act as an RTU and interface with other
Modbus devices communicating using Modbus RTU protocol.
6.
Meter shall have a third optional port that can be configured as a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
port or a 56k internal modem. Internal modem shall include automatic data buffering to
provide faster, more reliable communications and the ability to “Dial Out” on Power
Quality Events, limits exceeded, cycling of control power, status input change, filling of
meter memory, password failure, or waveform capture. Ethernet option shall support
multiple sockets to enable simultaneous access by multiple users on a LAN or via the
Web.
7.
Meter shall communicate using Modbus RTU, Modbus ASCII, and Modbus TCP/IP
protocols as standard configurations. All instantaneous data, logged data, event data,
power quality analysis and waveform information shall be available using these open
protocols. The meter shall also provide means for custom modbus mapping.
8.
Meter shall include DNP 3.0 protocol for communication to SCADA systems. All
instantaneous data and average data shall be available using DNP 3.0 protocol. User shall
be able to custom map data into DNP protocol using Windows based software.
Meter shall include an integrated Ethernet network connection.
1.
Connection shall support network access at 10/100 MB.
2.
10/100 Base T design shall support up to twelve (12) simultaneous Modbus/TCP socket
connections allowing simultaneous access by up to twelve users.
3.
Onboard Modbus data concentrator shall poll up to 8 devices or 512 unique polling items
from any device that can speak Modbus RTU and/or Modbus TCP protocols.
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4.
Connection shall allow up to nine (9) users to receive alarm emails on programmable out
of limit conditions, input status change, relay output change, power quality event, or
waveform capture.
5.
Meter shall gather data from itself and 8 Modbus TCP devices and put directly into an
XML user programmable format and allow users to link to meter and view data through a
direct connection by a LAN, WAN, Internet or Intranet.
6.
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remote FTP
Meter shall include a dial-out circuit battery that detects when voltage is lost and dials out to
provide outage notification.
1.
The meter shall dial to the dial-in server which shall allow users to be pages or e-mailed
with notifications of events.
2.
Meter shall dial-out for other circumstances such as limits/status change, high speed input
change, waveform record capture, CBEMA power quality event, control output change,
filling of meter memory, cycling of control power, password failure on a call coming into
the modem, and meter communication failure.
3.
The dial-in server shall record all notifications, accept downloads from the meter and
allow users to be notified by e-mail and paging automatically.
4.
Features of the dial-in server shall include unlimited meters, scalable multiserver
architecture, e-mail notification, paging notification, audible system alarm.
Power meter shall provide advanced metering data integration with the web.
1.
L.
The meter shall allow programming custom pages stored locally and on a
site.
Ethernet communication architecture shall be available, which shall allow user to custom
design web pages, display metering data, and host meter power information website
directly within meter.
2.
Meter shall provide direct access to all power data through Internet Explorer without the
need to download Active X Controls or Java Applets.
3.
Meter shall gather data from the host meter or through other meters, and shall present the
data in an XML format.
4.
Meter shall be fully programmable so that the user can customize own SCADA quality
web pages, graphics and configurations via FTP Server or FTP Client features.
5.
A Modbus TCP based open communication protocol shall be available, that shall allow
meters to communicate with each other, and/or other IED equipment, via Ethernet Serial
Gateway or through the internet.
6.
The Modbus TCP shall include a built-in Modbus data concentrator which shall enable
users to poll up to 8 devices or 512 unique polling items from any device that can speak
Modbus TCP through the Internet.
7.
Access to the meter speaking native DNP over Ethernet shall allow an exclusive network
socket for DNP 3.0 to be opened.
Power meter shall feature the ability to access the meter through the web and through a modem for
dial-in communication.
1.
Meter shall include 56K modem.
2.
10/100 BaseT Ethernet design shall allow the unit to speak with 12 simultaneous sockets
of Modbus TCP.
3.
Real-time email alerts via the Internet to up to 9 recipients simultaneously shall be
available.
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4.
M.
Meter shall not support battery for outage reporting.
The meter shall internally record and store Time of Use data.
1.
2.
3.
The following Time of Use parameters must be included:
a.
Bi-directional consumption and demand
b.
Eight (8) TOU Schedules
c.
Twenty (20) Year Calendar
d.
Four (4) seasons per year.
The meter must provide the following TOU information for all rates in real-time:
a.
Current month accumulations
b.
Previous month accumulations
c.
Current season accumulations
d.
Previous season accumulations
e.
Total accumulations to date
f.
Programmable Freeze Registers
g.
Cumulative Demand
Full four quadrant accumulations for Watt-hr, VAR-hr, VA-hr and coincident VARs
during peak watt demand including max demand, shall be available for each rate
schedule, each season and for total accumulations.
N.
Meter shall be equipped with four (4) form C pulse output channels that can be configured for
operation as KYZ pulse outputs or End of Interval pulse outputs. No external module shall be
required to provide the minimum of four pulse output channels.
O.
Power meter shall enable users to perform flicker analysis and shall comply fully with the flicker
requirements of EN 50160.
P.
Q.
1.
The unit shall provide users with logging and monitoring for instantaneous Short term
readings (PST-10min) and Long term readings (PLT-4 hour).
2.
Meter shall provide users with the ability to comprehensive analysis by viewing Inter
harmonics, the further frequencies between the harmonics of the power frequency voltage
and current.
The ability to view inter harmonics, the discrete frequencies that lie between the harmonics of the
power frequency voltage and current, shall be available.
1.
Frequencies shall be able to be observed, which are not an integer multiple of the
fundamental and shall be able to appear as discrete frequencies or as a wide-band
spectrum.
2.
User shall be able to set a starting point anywhere in the waveform, assuming there will
be enough sample points available after the starting point.
Power meter shall be equipped with non-volatile RAM for recording logs and programming
information.
1.
Meter shall include at least 2MB RAM standard, and 4MB RAM shall be available.
2.
Meter shall store historical trending data, power quality data, and 1waveform recordings
in memory.
3.
In the event of loss of control power, data stored in memory shall be retained for at least
10 years.
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4.
Memory shall be allocated to the various logging functions required. All logging features
required shall be simultaneously available at the specified levels. Exercising any one
feature at the specified level shall not limit exercising of any or all other features to their
full, specified level.
5.
Meter shall store all programming and set-up parameters in non-volatile memory. In the
event of loss of control power, meter programming data stored in memory shall be
retained for at least 10 years. No replaceable battery shall be required.
Power meter shall provide multiple memory logs to bring back historical, alarm and system event
data.
1.
Power meter shall contain two independent data logs.
2.
Each historical log shall be user configurable. User may select from a list of more than
500 measured quantities for each log.
3.
Recording intervals shall be independently set for each log from a minimum time of 1
second to a maximum of 18 hours between readings
4.
5.
S.
T.
Two memory options shall be available, standard and advanced.
Historical log 1, shall record at least 85 days of data where 4 scaled energy readings are
being stored every 15 minutes. Log 2 shall record 133 days of data where 4 scaled
energy readings are being stored every 15 minutes. Using advanced memory option
storage shall increase to 555 days in historical log 1 and 133 days in historical log 2.
Power meter shall provide sequence of events capture and recording.
1.
Meter shall have at least eight high-speed status inputs.
2.
Status inputs shall be configurable for pulse accumulation, pulse synchronizing, or event
monitoring.
3.
When used for pulse accumulation, each input shall have an accumulating register to
count incoming pulses.
4.
Meter shall include four totalizing registers to totalize accumulated pulses together or
with meter kWh readings.
5.
All high-speed status inputs shall be monitored at a user set rate from 1 to 8 samples per
millisecond.
6.
All changes in status shall be time stamped to the nearest millisecond and placed in an
event log with time and event label information.
7.
Event log shall enable users to recreate sequence of events involving external status
points.
8.
High-speed status inputs shall be able to trigger waveform recording to the waveform log.
Power meter shall provide extensive power quality monitoring capability.
1.
Power meter shall measure the magnitude and phase angle of all harmonics through the
128th for all voltages and currents in real time. Harmonics shall be visible as waveform in
scope-mode view or in spectral view or tabular view. Meter shall provide %THD and KFactor for all channels.
2.
Using recorded waveforms, harmonics shall be visible through the 255 th order for any
recorded voltage or current.
3.
All harmonic values shall be available through the digital communications ports in real
time.
4.
Power meter shall capture and record all CBEMA power quality events.
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5.
CBEMA/ITIC power quality events shall be date/time stamped to the millisecond. Entries
to CBEMA log shall include date/time stamp, duration, and magnitude information. The
CBEMA log shall be downloadable through the digital communications ports.
6.
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Power meter shall capture and record out-of-limit conditions in a log. Entries to Limits
log shall be made anytime a monitored quantity exceeds the user set limit assigned to that
quantity.
8.
Entries to the Limits log shall be time stamped to the millisecond and include the
measured quantity value and label.
9.
The Limits log shall hold 1024 events in a revolving FIFO format.
The CBEMA log shall hold 1024 events in a revolving FIFO format. The meter shall
link the most recent PQ events to stored waveform recordings to the capacity of the
waveform log.
Power meter shall provide waveform recording to capture and record transients and quality
problems on current and voltage waveforms.
1.
Meter shall sample waveforms at a user configurable rate of 16 to 512 samples per cycle
(60Hz cycle). Up to seven (7) channels shall be available for waveform recording.
2.
Meter shall hold at least 64 records of 64 cycle waveform recording on all channels in
non-volatile memory. Capacity shall be expandable to 96 records with Advanced
Memory option. Each record shall be a minimum of 8 cycles in duration at the highest
sample rate or 64 cycles in duration at the lowest sample rate.
3.
Meter shall include a user-programmable setting to establish the number of records
captured per trigger event. Meter shall be able to capture from 1 to its maximum number
of records (64 or 96) for any trigger event. Meter shall be able to record up to 6,144
cycles in response to a single event trigger.
4.
Each waveform record shall include pre-event and post-event data.
5.
Waveforms shall be recorded with time resolution to within one (1) millisecond.
6.
A waveform record shall be taken whenever the RMS value of voltage or current exceeds
user-set limits.
7.
User shall be able to configure meter so that a waveform record shall be taken whenever
a status change occurs on any one of the eight high-speed status inputs.
Power meter shall provide a separate IRIG-B input for time synchronizing to GPS time signal.
1.
IRIG-B input shall accept un-modulated time signal input from a standard GPS satellite
clock.
2.
Time input shall enable synchronizing of meter time to within one millisecond of
Universal Standard Time as transmitted by the GPS clock system. Synchronizing shall
not be subject to network or other delays.
Power meter shall have expandable auxiliary I/O capability. This capability shall allow the power
meter to operate as an RTU for control and data acquisition.
1.
Meter shall allow connection of external I/O modules.
2.
External I/O modules shall be isolated from the power meter and from each other.
3.
I/O modules shall connect to the power meter using RS-485 communication architecture
and shall be capable of being placed up to 4000 feet from the power meter.
4.
External I/O modules shall communicate with the power meter using Modbus protocol.
Closed protocols shall not be accepted.
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5.
External output modules shall have four to eight channels each and shall allow the use of
0-1 mA outputs, 4-20 mA outputs, digital pulse outputs, and control relay outputs. Digital
pulse outputs shall be solid-state pulse design. Control relay outputs shall be rated for 5
amps at 125 VDC.
6.
External input modules shall have four to eight channels and shall allow use of 0-1 mA
inputs, 4-20 mA inputs, 0-5 VDC inputs, 0-10 VDC inputs, and digital status detect
inputs for status or pulse accumulation.
7.
External I/O modules shall be able to be added to the meter after installation to provide
upgrade capability after the initial installation is complete. Changing the power meter
shall not be required to provide this upgrade capability.
8.
Meter shall record, data trend, and make available through communication ports all
information from the external I/O modules.
Power meter shall be programmable by software supplied by the meter manufacturer.
1.
Software shall have a user-friendly, Windows compatible interface.
2.
Software shall operate on Software shall operate on Windows 2000 and Windows XP
operating systems.
3.
Software shall include capacity to program meter, download meter, and analyze
downloaded data files.
4.
Software shall store all data in an ODBC compliant database. Data based storage shall
include all log and waveform data.
Power meter shall be appropriately constructed to provide long life in abusive physical and
electrical environments.
1.
Meter firmware shall be held in flash RAM and shall be upgradeable through one of the
communications port without removing the unit from service.
2.
Meter shall have a Lexan cover. An internal cover shall protect circuit boards and
energized parts from UV damage or when the Lexan cover is removed for maintenance.
3.
Meter shall operate successfully at temperature extremes from –40o C to +85o C.
4.
Meter shall operate with control power from 85 to 550 volts AC. Meter shall have a
power supply option to operate with an external control power input of 85 to 275 Volts
AC/DC.
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