Installation Guide

Installation Guide

Com’X 200

Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

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Wiring Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

Chapter 8

Wiring Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

Safety Instructions

DANGER

HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH

Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical work practices. See

NFPA 70E in the USA or applicable local standards.

Turn off all power supplying this device before working on it.

Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm that all power is off.

Do not exceed the device’s ratings for maximum limits.

Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.

NOTE: Refer to the manufacturer’s documentation for each device for complete installation instructions.

What Is in This Chapter?

This chapter contains the following sections:

Section

8.1

8.2

8.3

8.4

8.5

8.6

Topic

Wiring Diagrams for Electrical Pulse Meters

Electrical Modbus Meters

Electrical Ethernet Meters

Circuit Monitors

Power Factor Controllers

Circuit Breakers

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Wiring Diagrams for Electrical Pulse Meters

Section 8.1

Wiring Diagrams for Electrical Pulse Meters

What Is in This Section?

This section contains the following topics:

Topic

EM3502

EN40P / iEM2010 / iEM2000T iEM3110 / iEM3210 / PM3210

ME1Zr / ME3Zr / ME4Zr

PM9P

PM200P

PM5100

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EM3502

Overview

The EM3502 is a compact power meter that includes pulse outputs of real and reactive energy consumption, plus a real-time alarm output. It provides standard measurements, including:

Power (3-phase total and per phase):

Real (kW)

Reactive (kVAR)

Apparent (kVA)

Present Power Demand:

Real (kW)

Reactive (kVAR)

Apparent (kVA)

Peak Power Demand:

Real (kW)

Reactive (kVAR)

Apparent (kVA)

Power Factor (3-phase average and per phase)

Current (3-phase average and per phase)

Voltage (3-phase average and per phase):

Line-Line

Line-Neutral

For more information on instructions or functions of the EM3502, refer to EM3502, EM3550 Compact

Power and Energy Meter Installation Guide.

EM3502 Wiring Diagram To Com’X 200

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

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EN40P / iEM2010 / iEM2000T

Overview

EN40P, iEM2010 and iEM2000T are 40 A single-phase kilowatt-hour meter.

The pulse weight of these meters cannot be changed, and equals to 10 Wh.

For more information on instructions or functions of:

EN40P, refer to EN40P Instruction Sheet.

iEM2010, refer to iEM2010 Instruction Sheet.

iEM2000T, refer to iEM2000T Instruction Sheet.

EN40P / iEM2010 / iEM2000T Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200 and SIM10M

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

NOTE: The EN40P has polarized outputs.

Electrical wiring to SIM10M:

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iEM3110 / iEM3210 / PM3210

Overview

The iEM3110, iEM3210, PM3210 are 3-phase + neutral kilowatt-hour meters with partial metering, reset, and remote transfer of metered pulses.

For more information on instructions or functions of the iEM3110, iEM3210, PM3210, refer to corresponding Instruction Sheet.

iEM3110 / iEM3210 / PM3210 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200 and SIM10M

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

Electrical wiring to SIM10M:

iEM3110 / iEM3210 / PM3210 Pulse Output Setup

Step

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Press simultaneously OK and ESC buttons to enter the Setup menu.

Enter password 0010.

Scroll to the Pulse menu and press OK.

Select the Pulse Freq/Constant menu and select the pulse weight in kWh.

Validate the Save change proposal by pressing the OK button.

Select the Pulse width menu, select the pulse duration in ms, and press OK.

Validate the Save change proposal by pressing the OK button.

Press 2 times on ESC button to exit the setup menu.

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ME1Zr / ME3Zr / ME4Zr

Overview

ME1Zr is a 63 A single-phase kilowatt-hour meter with partial meter.

ME3Zr is a 63 A three-phase kilowatt-hour meter without neutral, and with partial metering.

ME4Zr is a 63 A three-phase + neutral kilowatt-hour meter with partial metering.

For more information on instructions or functions of:

ME1ZR, refer to ME1ZR Instruction Sheet.

ME3ZR, refer to ME3ZR Instruction Sheet.

ME4ZR, refer to ME4ZR Instruction Sheet.

Wiring Diagram

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200

Electrical wiring to the SIM10M

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PM9P

Overview

The PM9P is an electrical measurement and metering unit for 1Ph+N, 3Ph, and 3Ph+N low-voltage systems.

For more information on instructions or functions of the PM9P, refer to PM9P Instruction Sheet.

PM9P Wiring Diagram to the Com’X 200 and SIM10M

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

Electrical wiring to SIM10M:

PM9P Pulse Output Setup

Step

1

Action

Press simultaneously the and the

2 Enter pass code: 0010.

button to enter the settings menu.

3 Press several times the OK button to scroll to PULS EnEr menu and select Wh to measure active energy.

4 Press OK to access to PULS UAL menu and select pulse weight in kWh.

5 Press OK to access to PULS dUr menu and select pulse duration in ms.

6 Press OK several times to exit settings menu.

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PM200P

Overview

The PM200P is a 3-phase power meter, with 2 integrated digital pulse outputs.

Output connected on pins 7-8 is dedicated to active energy measurement.

Output connected on pins 9-10 is dedicated to reactive energy measurement.

The Com’X 200 digital inputs manages only pulses associated to active energy measurement.

For more information on instructions or functions of PM200P, refer to PowerLogic Power Meter 200 and

200P Installation Guide.

PM200P Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200 and SIM10M

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

Electrical wiring to SIM10M:

PM200P Pulse Output Setup

Step

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Action

Press --> to scroll to DIAGN menu.

Press DIAGN button.

Press SETUP button.

Press + button and validate password 0000 by pressing OK.

Press --> to scroll to PULSE menu.

Press PULSE button.

Select MSEC menu to select pulse duration in ms and press OK.

Select KWH/P menu to select pulse weight in kWh and press OK.

Press Return button several times to exit configuration mode and display measurements values.

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PM5100

Overview

The PowerLogic PM5100 power meter provides:

 a single digital pulse output

33 alarms power quality analysis up to the 15th harmonic

For more information on instructions or functions of PM5100, refer to , PM5100, PM5110, PM5111

Information Sheet.

PM5100 Wiring Diagram To Com’X 200

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

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Electrical Modbus Meters

Section 8.2

Electrical Modbus Meters

What Is in This Section?

This section contains the following topics:

Topic

EM3550 / EM3555

EM6400 / EM6433 / EM6434 / EM6436 / EM6438 iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255

ION6200 / ION7300 / ION7330 / ION7350

PM9C

PM210 / PM500 / PM710 / PM750 / PM800 Series

PM1200

PM3250 / PM3255 / PM5110 / PM5111 / PM5310 / PM5330 / PM5331

PM5350

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EM3550 / EM3555

Overview

The EM3550 and EM3555 Modbus meters combine exceptional performance and easy installation to deliver a cost-effective solution for power monitoring applications. Each meter can be installed on standard

DIN rail or surface mounted.

Pulse output and phase alarms provide additional versatility. Modbus outputs offer added flexibility for system integration.

The data logging feature of the EM3555 helps protect data in the event of a power failure. Modbus, pulse output, and phase alarms are provided to suit a wide variety of applications.

For more information on meter functionality, refer to the EM3500 Series DIN Rail Meter Technical data

sheet.

EM35500 / EM3555 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

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EM6400 / EM6433 / EM6434 / EM6436 / EM6438

Overview

The EM6400 series of meters are digital power meters that offer comprehensive three-phase electrical instrumentation and load management facilities in a compact and rugged package.

For more information on instructions or functions of EM6400 series, refer to Dietitian EM6400 Series User

Manual.

EM6400 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

EM6400 Series Communication Setup

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From RMS menu, press the up arrow button: the display indicates CLR.

Press the up arrow button: the display indicates SET.

Press the right arrow button: the display indicates VIEW.

Press the down arrow button: the display indicates EDIT.CODE.

Press the right arrow button for 2 seconds: the display blinks, indicating CODE 2000.

To enter pass code 1000 (default setting), press the down arrow button: the display indicates CODE 1000 with blinking 1. Press Return once, and press the right arrow button 4 times to accept the new code value.

The display flashes PASS and then EDIT A.PRI 100.0 indicating successful entry in edit mode.

Press the right arrow button several times until the display indicates EDIT BAUD.

Select the correct Baud rate and press Return to validate.

Select the correct parity, the number of stop bit, and press Return to validate.

Select the correct Modbus address (ID) and press Return to validate.

Press the left arrow button: the display indicates SAVE YES with a blinking Y.

Press the left arrow button to save the new values: the display flashes PASS and then displays EDIT.

Press the left arrow button to go back to SET, and display the measurement values.

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iEM3150 / iEM3155 / iEM3250 / iEM3255

Overview

iEM3150, iEM3155, iEM3255, and iEM3250 are 3-phase + neutral kilowatt-hour meter with partial metering and reset.

For more information on instructions or functions of:

iEM3150,iEM3155, refer to iEM3150,iEM3155 Instruction Sheet.

iEM3250, iEM3255, refer to iEM3250, iEM3255 Instruction Sheet.

iEM3x5x Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has t o be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

IEM3150 / iEM3250 Communication Setup

Step

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Action

Press simultaneously the Esc and the OK buttons for 2 sec to enter in Setup mode.

Press Down arrow until you reach the Communication screen, and press OK.

Enter the Address parameter, and press OK.

Enter the Baud Rate parameter, and press OK.

Enter the Parity parameter, and press OK.

Press Down arrow to select Exit config item and press OK to confirm.

iEM3155 / iEM3255 Communication Setup

Step

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7

Action

Press simultaneously the Esc and the OK buttons for 2 sec.

Enter pass code: 0010 to enter the Setup menu.

Press the Down arrow until you reach the Comm screen, and press OK.

Enter the Address parameter, and press OK.

Enter the Baud Rate parameter, and press OK.

Enter the Parity parameter, and press OK.

Press Down button to select Exit config, and press OK to confirm.

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ION6200 / ION7300 / ION7330 / ION7350

Overview

The ION6200 is a power-monitoring unit, complete with four-quadrant power, demand, energy, power factor, and frequency measurements.

The ION7300 series meters are intelligent metering and control devices suited to a wide range of applications. The meters can be used as stand-alone devices, but their extensive capabilities are fully realized when used as part of an enterprise energy management (EEM) system.

For more information on instructions or functions of ION6200, refer to PowerLogic ION6200 Power and

Energy Meter Installation & Operation Guide.

For more information on instructions or functions of ION7300 series, refer to PowerLogic ION7300 series

User Guide.

ION6200 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

Using the ION6200 Meter

With the meter front panel, you can view parameter values, configure parameters, perform demand resets, perform LED checks, and view meter information. Each of these functions can be accomplished by pressing the Up, Down, and Enter buttons on the front panel. These button actions achieve different results according to the meter mode:

Display mode (default): view parameter measurements.

Reset mode: reset demand measurements.

Configuration Select/Edit modes: configure a parameter.

Information mode: verify that the LED front panel display operates, and view meter information (for example, meter options, firmware version).

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Execute the following steps to access the configuration screen and configure the communications parameters:

Step

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3

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6

Action

Press simultaneously the Up and Down buttons for 2 seconds to enter the Configuration Select mode, and release the Up and Down buttons.

Press the Up or Down buttons until you reach the Protocol parameter in the communication section.

Press the Enter button to enter the configuration edit mode.

Press the Up or Down buttons to configure the Protocol parameter.

Press the Enter button to save the parameter value.

Repeat steps 2 to 5 to configure Baud Rate, and Unit ID.

Refer to PowerLogic ION6200 Power and Energy Meter Installation & Operation Guide for power meter use.

ION7300, ION7330, ION7350 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

Using the ION7300 Series Meter

Serial communications are available on COM1, and COM2. To enable communications through the meter serial ports, configure the applicable communications module.

The Protocol, Tran delay, Baud rate, and unit ID setup registers must properly match your system and can be set through the meter front panel or ION software.

To access the communications module, follow this procedure:

Step

1

2

3

Action

Press the round button to access the front panel main setup menu. The setup menu appears listing the meter front panel setup options.

Select Quick Setup to access the communications module.

Enter the appropriate values for Protocol, Baud Rate, and Unit ID.

NOTE: ION7330 is not consistant with the Com’X 200 default settings. Change the Com’X 200 settings to a configuration without parity.

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PM9C

Overview

The PM9C is an electrical measurement and metering unit for 1Ph+N, 3Ph, and 3Ph+N low-voltage systems.

For more information on instructions or functions of PM9C, refer to PM9C Instruction Sheet.

PM9C Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

PM9C Communication Setup

Step

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4

5

2

3

6

Action

Press simultaneously the and the

Enter pass code: 0010.

button to enter the settings menu.

Press the OK button several times to go to ADDR menu.

Set the Modbus address parameters and press OK.

Go to BAUD menu to set the Modbus Baud rate parameters and press OK.

Go to PAR menu to set the Modbus parity parameters and press OK.

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PM210 / PM500 / PM710 / PM750 / PM800 Series

Overview

The PM210, PM500, PM710, PM750, and PM800 series meters offer all measurement capabilities required to monitor an electrical installation, associated to remote transfer of metering values by RS 485

Modbus communication network (2-wire connection).

For more information on instructions or functions of:

PM210, refer to PowerLogic Power Meter 210 Reference Manual.

PM500, refer to Power Meter PM500 Installation and User Manual.

PM710, refer to PM710 Reference Manual.

PM750, refer to PM750 Installation Guide.

PM800, refer to PowerLogic PM800 Series Quick Reference Guide.

PM210 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

PM210 Communication Setup

Step

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Action

From Home menu, press ---> until you see DIAGN, and press Setup.

Enter pass code: 0000.

Press COM to have access to the Baud rate, address, and parity setup.

Enter address.

Press OK.

Enter Baud rate.

Press OK.

Enter parity.

Press OK.

Press the Return button several times to exit configuration mode, and display measurement values.

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PM500 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

The graphic shows how to connect the PM500 Modbus option to the Com’X 200:

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

If the PM500 device is located at 1 termination of the Modbus line, flip switches 1 and 2 must be set on the

ON position.

PM500 Communication Setup

Step

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Action

Press the Prog button for at least 3 sec to enter the programming mode.

Enter code 100.

Press the Return button to confirm the code.

Press the Down button until you reach the COM screen.

Enter the address, and confirm with the Return button.

Press the Down button to configure the Baud rate.

Enter the Baud rate, and confirm with the Return button.

Press the Down button to configure the parity.

Enter the parity, and confirm with the Return button.

Press the Down button to configure the stop bit.

Enter the stop bit, and confirm with the Return button.

Press the Prog button for at least 3 sec to exit the programming mode.

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PM710 and PM750 Communication Setup

Step

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Action

From Home menu, press SETUP.

Enter pass code: 0000.

Press ---> until COM is visible.

Enter address.

Press OK.

Enter Baud rate.

Press OK.

Enter parity.

Press OK.

Press OK to return to the SETUP mode.

PM800 Communication Setup

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Action

From Home menu, press ---> until you see MAINT, and press Setup.

Enter pass code: 0000.

Press ---> until COMMS is visible.

Press COMM1.

Select the protocol.

Press OK.

Enter address.

Press OK.

Enter Baud rate.

Press OK.

Enter parity.

Press OK.

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15

Press until you are asked to save your changes.

Press YES to save your changes.

Repeat steps 5 to 14 to configure other potential Modbus ports.

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PM1200

Overview

The PM1200 power meter is easy-to-use, cost effective, and offers the basic measurement capabilities required to monitor an electrical installation.

For more information on instructions or functions of PM1200, refer to PowerLogic System Catalog.

PM1200 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

PM1200 Communication Setup

Step

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Action

From RMS menu, press the up arrow button: the display indicates CLR.

Press the up arrow button: the display indicates SET.

Press the right arrow button: the display indicates VIEW.

Press the down arrow button: the display indicates EDIT.CODE.

Press the right arrow button for 2 seconds: the display blinks, indicating CODE 2000.

To enter the pass code 1000 (default setting), press the down arrow button: the display indicates CODE

1000 with blinking 1. Press Return once, and press the right arrow button 4 times to accept the new code value. The display flashes PASS and then EDIT A.PRI 100.0 indicating successful entry in edit mode.

Press the right arrow button several times until the display indicates EDIT BAUD.

Select the correct Baud rate and press Return to validate.

Select the correct parity, the number of stop bit, and press Return to validate.

Select the correct Modbus address (ID) and press Return to validate.

Press the left arrow button: the display indicates SAVE YES with a blinking Y.

Press the left arrow button to save the new values: the display flashes PASS and then displays EDIT.

Press the left arrow button to go back to SET, and display the measurement values.

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PM3250 / PM3255 / PM5110 / PM5111 / PM5310 / PM5330 / PM5331

Overview

The PowerLogic PM3250 and PM3255Modbus power meters provide:

 electrical parameters I, In, U, V, PQS, E, PF, Hz, THD min/max and time-stamped alarms

5 time-stamped alarms for PM3250

15 time-stamped alarms for PM3255

LED communications indicator

RS485 communications additional features of the :

2 digital inputs

2 digital outputs memory for load profile

Both the PowerLogic PM5110 and the PM5111 Modbus power meters provide:

 a single digital pulse output

33 alarms power quality analysis up to the 15th harmonic

The PowerLogic PM5310, PM5330 and PM5331 Modbus power meters provide:

2 digital inputs

2 digital outputs

256K memory

35 alarms power quality analysis up to the 31st harmonic

For more information on instructions or functions of:

PM3250, PM3255, refer to PM3250, PM3255 Instruction Sheet.

PM5110, PM5111, refer to PM5110, PM5111 Instruction Sheet.

PM5310, refer to PM5310 Instruction Sheet.

PM5330, PM5331, refer to PM5330, PM5331 Instruction Sheet.

PM3250 / PM3255 / PM5110 / PM5111 / PM5310 / PM5330 / PM5331 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

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PM3250 / PM3255 Communication Setup

Step

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Action

Press simultaneously the Esc and the OK buttons for 2 sec.

Enter pass code: 0010 to enter the Setup menu.

Press the Down arrow until you reach the Comm screen, and press OK.

Enter the Address parameter, and press OK.

Enter the Baud Rate parameter, and press OK.

Enter the Parity parameter, and press OK.

Press Down button to select Exit config, and press OK to confirm.

PM5110 / PM5111 / PM5310 / PM5330 / PM5331 Communication Setup

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Step

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Action

Scroll to Maint in the menu list.

Press Maint.

Press Setup.

Press Comm to enter the communications setup screen.

Press the down arrow to select Protocol, then press Edit.

Press + or - to scroll through the protocol options.

Press OK to set the protocol.

Press the down arrow to select Address, then press Edit.

Enter address.

Press OK to set the address.

Press the down arrow to select Baud Rate, then press Edit.

Press + or - to scroll through the Baud rate options.

Press OK to set the Baud rate.

Press the down arrow to select Parity, then press Edit.

Press + or - to scroll through the parity options.

Press OK to set the parity.

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PM5350

Overview

The PowerLogic PM5350 power meter offers all the measurement capabilities required to monitor an electrical installation in a single 96 x 96 mm unit extending only 44 mm behind the mounting surface.

For more information on instructions or functions of PM5350, refer to PowerLogic Power Meter PM5350

User Guide.

PM5350 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

PM5350 Communication Setup

Step

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Action

Scroll to Maint in the menu list.

Press Maint.

Press Setup and enter your setup password.

NOTE: The default password is 0000.

Press Comm to enter the communications setup screen.

Press the down arrow to select Protocol, then press Edit.

Press + or - to scroll through the protocol options.

Press OK to set the protocol.

Press the down arrow to select Address, then press Edit.

Enter address.

Press OK to set the address.

Press the down arrow to select Baud Rate, then press Edit.

Press + or - to scroll through the Baud rate options.

Press OK to set the Baud rate.

Press the down arrow to select Parity, then press Edit.

Press + or - to scroll through the parity options.

Press OK to set the parity.

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Electrical Ethernet Meters

Section 8.3

Electrical Ethernet Meters

What Is in This Section?

This section contains the following topics:

Topic

PM5320 / PM5340 / PM5341

PM5560 / PM5561 / PM5563

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PM5320 / PM5340 / PM5341

Overview

The PowerLogic PM5320, the PM5340, and the PM5341 Ethernet power meters provide:

 a single Ethernet (Modbus TCP/IP) 10/100 port

256 K memory

2 digital inputs

2 digital outputs

35 alarms

Power quality analysis up to the 31st harmonic

For more information on instructions or functions of the PM5320, PM5340, and PM5341, refer to the

PM5310, PM5320, PM5330, PM5331, PM5340, PM5341 Instruction Sheet.

PM5320 / PM5340 / PM5341 Wiring Diagram To Com’X 200

To wire the Ethernet meter, connect the Ethernet port on the power meter to an Ethernet switch on the same network as the Com’X 200.

PM5320 / PM5340 / PM5341 Ethernet Communication Setup

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5

6

2

3

Step

1

Action

Navigate to Maint Setup.

Enter the setup password (default is 0000), then press OK.

Press Comm.

Move the cursor to point to the parameter you want to modify, then press Edit.

Modify the parameter as required, then press OK.

Move the cursor to point to the next parameter you want to modify, press Edit; make your changes; then press OK.

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PM5560 / PM5561 / PM5563

Overview

The PowerLogic PM5560, the PM5561, and the PM5563 Ethernet power meters provide:

Dual Ethernet (Modbus TCP/IP) 10/100 ports

1.1 M memory

4 digital inputs

2 digital outputs

52 alarms

Power quality analysis up to the 63rd harmonic

For more information on instructions or functions of the:

PM5560, refer to PM5560 Instruction Sheet.

PM5561, refer to PM5561 Instruction Sheet.

PM5563, refer to PowerLogic PM5563 Instruction Sheet.

PM5560 / PM5561 / PM5563 Wiring Diagram To Com’X 200

To wire the Ethernet meter, connect any Ethernet port on the power meter to an Ethernet switch on the same network as the Com’X 200.

If you wish to create an Ethernet communication bus, connect the left Ethernet port on the power meter to an Ethernet switch on the same network as the Com’X 200 and use the right Ethernet port to continue the communication bus.

PM5560 / PM5561 / PM5563 Ethernet Communication Setup

3

4

5

Step

1

2

6

Action

Navigate to Maint

Setup.

Enter the setup password (default is 0), then press OK.

Press Comm

Enet.

Move the cursor to point to the parameter you want to modify, then press Edit.

Modify the parameter as required, then press OK.

Move the cursor to point to the next parameter you want to modify, press Edit; make your changes; then press OK.

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Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

Circuit Monitors

Section 8.4

Circuit Monitors

CM3000 / CM4000

Overview

The Power Logic CM3000 and CM4000 circuit are high-performance circuit monitoring meters for mains or critical loads on both high voltage and low voltage networks. Both circuit monitors provide the following functionality:

Metering

Remote display

On-board logging

Waveform capture

Disturbance monitoring (standard on the CM4000; optional on the CM3000)

Revenue accuracy (class 0.5 for the CM3000; class 0.2 for the CM4000)

RS485 communication

The CM400 additionally provides:

Programmable logic

Field upgradable memory

Optional transient capture

RS232 communication

For more information on the:

CM3000, refer to the PowerLogic Series 3000Circuit Monitor Reference Manual

CM4000, refer to the PowerLogic Series 4000Circuit Monitor Reference Manual

CM3000 / CM4000 Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200

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Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

Power Factor Controllers

Section 8.5

Power Factor Controllers

Varlogic NRC12 Controller

Overview

The Varlogic NRC12 controller measures and records the reactive power of the installation, and provides

12 step output contacts that control the connection and disconnection of capacitor steps in order to obtain the necessary power factor.

For more information on instructions or functions of the Varlogic NRC12, refer to Varlogic NRC12 Power

factor controller User manual.

Varlogic NRC12 Controller Wiring Diagram To Com’X 200

Electrical wiring to the Com’X 200:

Varlogic NRC12 Modbus Communication Setup

5

6

3

4

Step

1

2

Action

Select PARAMETERS from the main menu of VARLOGIC HMI.

Access to the parameters menu is locked. To unlock, press both arrow keys simultaneously for 2 seconds.

Select MODBUS SETUP.

Scroll to the Mode sub-menu, then select READ (Communication is read only).

Scroll to Address sub-menu and select the appropriate address.

Scroll to Bit/s sub-menu and select a communication baudrate.

NOTE: The Parity bit is fixed and is always equal to Even.

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Monitoring Devices and Electrical Equipment

Circuit Breakers

Section 8.6

Circuit Breakers

NSX Micrologic and Masterpact

Overview

Compact NSX is a 100...630 A circuit breaker range.

Masterpact is a 800...6,300 A circuit breaker range.

For power connections and more technical details on the Compact NSX and Masterpact, refer to Modbus

Communication for Circuit Breakers CompactNSX, CompactNS, and Masterpact NT/NW Circuit Breakers document.

NSX Micrologic or Masterpact Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200 Through the IFM

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

IFM Communication Setup

Use the 2 coding wheels on IFM front panel to set the Modbus address.

The IFM module automatically detects the Baud rate and parity when it is connected to the Modbus network.

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Masterpact Wiring Diagram to Com’X 200 Through the BCM

1 If the current circulating in the shield is higher than 100 mA, the shield has to be grounded at only 1 end. Otherwise, it has to be grounded at both ends.

Configuring the BCM with a Masterpact and Micrologic A, E, H and P

The Modbus address and communication parameters are defined using the keypad on the Micrologic P or

H trip unit.

Step

1

Action Micrologic P or H

2

Press to access the configuration menu.

Select Configure com then Parameter com. to display the Modbus Com screen.

3

Press the to confirm.

and keys to select the address setting, then press the key

4

5

Press the confirm.

and keys to define the address, then press the

Go back to step 3 to set the Baud rate, then the parity.

key to

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