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Contents Introduction About KMB systems

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Built-In Meters and Analysers

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SML, SMM and SMN multifunctional meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SMY and SMZ multifunctional panel meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PA 144 meter and power analyzer for system integration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SMC 144 meter, analyser and datalogger for system integration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SMV and SMVQ analyzers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SMP and SMPQ analyzers

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Distributed measurement and remote data collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Portable Analysers SMP-BX Fully equipped embedded compact analyser

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SMP-CA Fully equipped embedded analyser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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NEMO 104 Compact power quality analyser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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NEMO 304 Power Quality Analyser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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NEMO 332 Multi-channel power quality analyser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

59

Power Factor Controllers

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NOVAR 1005/1007 & NOVAR 1005D/1007D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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NOVAR 1106/1114 & NOVAR 1206/1214 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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NOVAR 1312 Fast power factor controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

71

NOVAR 1414 Three phase PFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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NOVAR 25xx & 26xx Three phase PFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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ENVIS Software Suite: Tools for energy management and power quality evaluation Content of ENVIS Application Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction Power quality analysers and energy efficiency monitors Our line of power analysers covers all the typical needs for energy management systems from bottom to top. We provide a broad range of meters from simple meters without memory and automation to fully equipped analysers for continuous power quality evaluation. Our meters optionally provide capabilities for remote data acquisition and evaluation in ENVIS application. Their input-output capabilities allow them to perform several automated control functions such as simple load management etc. The NEMO product line complements the offering with a range of portable analysers for temporary measurements anywhere in the grid. NOVAR: Power Factor Correction NOVAR represents a family of power factor controllers and its accessories. It is designed to be reliable, precise and easy to operate in all possible power factor control situations. For classical PFC applications the NOVAR 11xx/12xx lines for regular response times can be chosen. The NOVAR 1312 with fast control response times supports thyristor switched capacitors for fast operation. We have also developed fast thyristor switches (SSR) KATKA. We also deliver regular contactors, compensation capacitors, chokes and other switchgear equipment. With remote communication option (RS485, Ethernet) the NOVAR PFC supports data collection and processing with the ENVIS software. ENVIS: Software for Recording and Analysis of Measurement Archives ENVIS application represents a solution for a flexible and transparent energy management system. It can also evaluate collected data in respect to power quality compliance. It supports data collection from our instruments (SM, SIMON, NOVAR) as well as some third-party energy meters with ModBus or M-Bus interfaces. Data acquisition can be performed over various communication interfaces such as USB, RS232, RS485, Ethernet, GPRS or WiFi. For data storage the SQL Server databases can be used and mined later for post-event analysis. System can also automatically detect non-compliant situations and distribute alarms to the responsible stakeholder in form of email, SMS or over SNMP protocol. Standard version of ENVIS is provided free of charge with all our supported instruments and allows the configuration, manual data acquisition and basic data processing. Data from ENVIS can be exported to various files such as CEA, PQDIF, XLS, CSV or PDF.

Offices SMV SMP

44 multifunction

VLL

al panel

VLN

33

A

meter

W var

Power

Quality

(SUB)METERING

Portable PQ analyzer for temporary monitoring

Ethernet TCP/IP, Modbus TCP

Remote communication - Ethernet, GPRS, Wireless

Inst. avg.

VA

Analyzer

Warehouse

Offices

(SUB)METERING

PF

max.

k

cos

M

THD

min. time I/O Err.

harm En1p En3p

A1

PavgE

A2

Hz, a.i.

A1 A2 A3 A4

k

USB

M

A1

ETHERNET

A2 micro

SD

Simo

n PQ B W

R

Direct ethernet

USB

ETHERNET

ES101 - ethernet to serial converter

Manufactory Offices SMP

(SUB)METERING

NOVA

Q 44

R 1114

IND.

Power

Quality

Analyzer

REGULÁTOR POWER JALOVÉHO FACTOR

KAP.

VÝKONU CONTROLLER

cos 1

2

3

A Manual

13

Alarm

4

5

14

V

Export

6

7 12

11

10

9

8

KWZ

STATIC

ENERGY METER

A1 A2

USB2.0 Local communication

Server with SQL database Offices (SUB)METERING and RS232/485 ENVIS software

ES 101

Ethernet

Ethernet TCP/IP, Modbus TCP R 1114 REGULÁTOR POWER JALOVÉHO FACTOR

KAP.

VÝKONU CONTROLLER

2

3

A

SD

P USB

Manual

13

Alarm

KWZ

44 ETHERNET

multifunction

VLL

al panel

VLN A

meter

Inst.

k

cos

M

THD

min. KWZ

En1p A1

PavgE

A2

Hz, a.i.

P METER

4

5

6

7 12

11

10

9

8

M

MODEM

max. time I/O Err.

harm En3p

ENERGY

RS232 RS485 /

avg.

PF

STATIC

RS232 RS485 /

W var VA

14

V

Export

M

SMV

converter

KM GPRS modem remote wireles data acquistition up to 32 devices with RS485

NOVA IND.

cos 1

micro

Main Power Supply

- serial

ETH LINKRX TX

Remote serial lines

STATIC

LINKRX TX

KWZ

ENERGY METER

STATIC

KM GPRS

ENERGY METER

GPRS

101 modem

k

USB

M

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About KMB systems Our main goal is to be successful in development and in manufacturing of electronic devices for control and measuring applications in energetics and components for power factor correction. History of the company began in 1991 when the association of founders with experience in industrial automatization and electronics was founded. The first project for SCE Decin led our interests towards longdistance monitoring of energy consumption. In 1992 we transformed into a small business (ltd.). Portable measuring instrument Simon for low-, high- and very-high voltage distribution networks is firstly introduced. We already used the SMD technology in this product already. Assortment list extended gradually with multi-functional panel meters, HDO monitoring instruments and many other universal devices. In 1999 company developed and presented new award winning and innovative instrument - NOVAR power factor controller. Since 2002 company has progressively expanded to foreign markets in Europe, Asia and Middle East. Head count and production capacities has grown. Nowadays we focus on R&D in emerging technologies for measuring and controlling of the quality of electrical energy. Recently we have innovated and complemented the PFC product lines to follow requirements of different markets and added new electronic equipment for transformers. In cooperation with Technical University in Liberec we also assure research capabilities and innovative approach to our customers. The TS (TrafoSTART) is an example product of this cooperation - an electronic relay for soft switching single-phase transformers. This transformer starting method totally eliminates inrush current with minimal start up time and it was patented under patent number CZ 296466. In 2009 we have introduced a new line of power quality analyzers for three phase voltage networks which we actively focus on. The latest addition to this family is SMC 144 and NEMO instrument. For the year 2013 we prepared advanced power factor controller innovation - the NOVAR 26xx and 25xx three phase power factor controller. it build on our previous PFC experience and adds a powerful computing core which allowed more advanced functions to be embed. Yes the installation stays consistently simple - just wire it, let it auto-detect the connection, commission it and use it. The company is certificated by the quality assurance system according to the EN ISO 9001:2009 standard.

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Built-In Meters and Analysers

LED

RS232

RS485

SMM

LED

SMN

LED

SMD

PA33

SMY

1

LCD

SMZ

1

LED

0.5

Ethernet – – – – – – –

SMC 144

512

– –

SMV

512

LED

SMVQ

512

LED

SMP

512

LCD

SMPQ

512

LCD

SMC 11/33 PA 144

a

Communication Wi-Fi – – – – – –

USB – – – – – – – – –

Installation

Meter

EN 50160

Display

SML

IEC 61000-4-30

Memory [Mb]

Comparison table of built-in instruments

91x91

DIN-35

DIN-35

DIN-35

DIN-35

91x91

138x138

DIN-35

– –

S

DIN-35

S

S

S

– – –

DIN-35 b

S

S

91x91 91x91

b

91x91 91x91

a Ordering b With

option E VE module

Panel meters, multifunction power meters and power quality analyzers and recorders (instruments with internal memory) represent one significant line of our products. These are typically used for measurements in low and high voltage distribution networks in industrial and large residential houses, offices or even to monitor individual appliances. Installed instruments are typically constructed in two different designs. Instruments mounted into panel and instruments for DIN-35 rail mounting. All built-in KMB systems instruments can be optionally equipped with various communication interfaces. From standard RS-232 up to Wi-Fi is available. Basic instruments can be equipped with serial communication interface RS-232 or RS-485, advanced instruments features also Ethernet, USB or Wi-Fi. All instruments may be extended to Ethernet or GPRS via external communication converter like ES 101 serial-Ethernet converter or KM GPRS 101 modem. Instrument configuration, data acquisition and data warehousing is supported within our ENVIS application. Most of its features are provided free of charge and the actual stable version can be downloaded without even registering to the website. Our instruments also support ModBus protocols (RTU, TCP) to simplify integration into other systems at the customer side.

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Overview of measuring instruments

SMN 33 24 230 P050 4

SMY

SMZ

57,7 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

690 VAC

100 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

Three phase/four phase Quadrants Scan frequency 50/60Hz Measurement points per sec. Continuous measurement Measuerements per second Effective value from periods 50/60Hz Harmonics V/A Interharmonics Disortion factor THD-U [%] Disortion factor THD-I [%] Unbalance Short/long-term flicker Transients Short-term interruptions Accuracy V/A Active energy classification Reactive energy classification Digital inputs Digital/pulse output Relay outputs Analogue inputs Analogue outputs Temperature input Min/max value memory Memory size Clock Software EN 50160 IEC 61000-4-30 Interfaces RS 232 RS 485 Ethernet USB Web server Wifi Protocols Modbus RTU KMB short KMB long ModBus TCP/IP 1. in compliance with IEC EN 61010-1

SMZ 33 A /RS-232 230 VAC

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

-

-

-

-

115 V/230V 42 ÷ 80 HZ

85 ÷ 275 VAC 80 ÷ 350 VDC

36 ÷ 72 VDC 48 VAC

18 ÷ 36 VDC 24 VAC

80 ÷ 260 VAC 100 ÷ 350 VDC

-

45 ÷ 450 Hz ●/4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 12.5/15

45 ÷ 450 Hz ●/4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 12.5/15

45 ÷ 450 Hz ●/4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 12.5/15

42 ÷ 80 HZ ●/4 3.2kHz 3200 12.5 every 3 sec

●/4 3.2kHz 3200 12.5 every 3 sec

4

4

4

4

4

1 – 25 ● ● ±0.5% 1 ● ENVIS -

1 – 25 ● ● ±0.5% 1 ● ENVIS -

1 – 25 ● ● ±0.5% 1 1 ● ENVIS -

1 – 25 ● ● ±0.5% ±2% ±2% -

1 – 25 ● ● ±0.5%

-

-

● -

● -

-

SMY 33+

SML 33 U 230 X/5A 2 Auxiliary voltage

SMZ 33 E R T/RS-485

400 VAC

400 VAC

SMY 33+ R/485

230 VAC

Nominal Voltage L-L, AC Measurement category And pollution degree

SML 33 U 230 X/5A E

SMN 33 48 100 X/1A E

SMN 33 24 230 S600 2

SMN

Nominal Voltage L-N, AC

Operating voltage L-N

8

SMM SMN 33 48 400 X/1A E

SML

● ● ●

● -

-

2 1 ● 1MB ● ENVIS -

● -

2 -

±2% ±2% 1 2 1 ● 1MB ● ENVIS -

● ●

● -

● ●

-

-

-

● ● -

● ● -

● ● -


SMC 33 150 D RR AA/4

SMC 11 L 150 D RI TA/2

SMC SMPQ 33 L 400 X/5A RI T 2

SMPQ 44 U 400 X/5A RR A E

SMP 44 L 400 X/5A II T 2

SMPQ

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

-

-

-

-

85 ÷ 275 VAC 80 ÷ 350 VDC

20 ÷ 50 VAC 20 ÷ 75 VDC

85 ÷ 275 VAC 80 ÷ 350 VDC

45 ÷ 450 Hz ●/●

20 ÷ 50 VAC 20 ÷ 75 VDC

45 ÷ 450 Hz ●/● 4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5

●/4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5

85 ÷ 275 VAC 80 ÷ 350 VDC

230 VAC 400 VAC

20 ÷ 50 VAC 20 ÷ 75 VDC

45 ÷ 450 Hz ●/●

●/-

75 ÷ 510 VAC 80 ÷ 250 VDC

20 ÷ 75 VDC

●/-

-/-

4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5

4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 25/30

10/12

10/12

2

1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ● ±0.1%/±0.3% 0.5S 2 1 2 1 ● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S

1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ±0.1% 0.5S 2

● ● ● ±0.2% 1 2 2

2 -

-

1 ● 512MB ● ENVIS S

-

1 1 1

-

● -

● ●

● ● -

-

● ● ● ● ● ●

-

2 1

1 2 1

1

● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S ●

● -

-

-

● ●

1 ● 0.5MB ● ENVIS -

-

-

1 1 -

-

● -

2 1

-

-

● -

1 1 1 -

-

● ● ● ● -

Nominal Voltage L-L, AC Measurement category And pollution degree Operating voltage L-N

10/12

-

Nominal Voltage L-N, AC -

1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ±0.1%/±0.3% 0.5S 2 1 1 1 1

SMP 44 U 400 X/5A RR A E VE

SMV 33 L 400 X/5A RR T

SMP 44 U 400 X/5A RI T 4

SMP

SMV 44 U 400 X/5A RI A E

SMV

Auxiliary voltage Three phase/four phase Quadrants Scan frequency 50/60Hz Measurement points per sec. Continuous measurement Measuerements per second Effective value from periods 50/60Hz Harmonics V/A Interharmonics Disortion factor THD-U [%] Disortion factor THD-I [%] Unbalance Short/long-term flicker Transients Short-term interruptions Accuracy V/A Active energy classification Reactive energy classification Digital inputs Digital/pulse output Relay outputs Analogue inputs Analogue outputs Temperature input Min/max value memory Memory size Clock Software EN 50160 IEC 61000-4-30 Interfaces RS 232 RS 485 Ethernet USB Web server Wifi Protocols Modbus RTU KMB short KMB long ModBus TCP/IP

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Overview of measuring instruments

SMD

230 VAC

230 VAC

-

230 VAC (100)

100VAC

Nominal Voltage L-L, AC Measurement category And pollution degree

400 VAC

400 VAC

-

400 VAC (200)

-

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

CAT III/2 1

-

-

-

-

Operating voltage L-N Auxiliary voltage Three phase/four phase Quadrants Scan frequency 50/60Hz Measurement points per sec. Continuous measurement Measuerements per second Effective value from periods 50/60Hz Harmonics V/A Interharmonics Disortion factor THD-U [%] Disortion factor THD-I [%] Unbalance Short/long-term flicker Transients Short-term interruptions Accuracy V/A Active energy classification Reactive energy classification Digital inputs Digital/pulse output Relay outputs Analogue inputs Analogue outputs Temperature input Min/max value memory Memory size Clock Software EN 50160 IEC 61000-4-30 Interfaces RS 232 RS 485 Ethernet USB Web server Wifi Protocols Modbus RTU KMB short KMB long ModBus TCP/IP

10

20 ÷ 75 VDC 24 ÷ 48 VAC

75 ÷ 510 VAC 80 ÷ 350 VDC

●/● 4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5

230 VAC ± 10% / 50 Hz

18 ÷ 36 VDC

●/-

-/-

●/● 4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5

-/1.6kHz 1600 ● 2,5

●/4 1.6kHz 1600 50/60

10/12

10/12

20/24

1

1 – 63 ● ● ● ±0.2% 1 2

1 – 63 ● ● ● ±0.2% 1 2

-/±1% 2 ENVIS -

±1% -

1

2 1 -

1

ENVIS -

2 1 ● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S

-

-

2 -

1 ●

● -

● ●

● ● ●

20 ÷ 75 VDC 24 ÷ 48 VAC

75 ÷ 510 VAC 80 ÷ 250 VDC

SMD 101 – 100/4

Nominal Voltage L-N, AC

SMD 101 – 100/2

PA 11 – H 1 A0 RI/2

PA

PA 33 – 5 A2 II/4

SMC 144 L P100 I D E

SMC 144 U S200 R B N

SMC 144

PA 144 L P050 I D N

PA 144 U S100 R B E

PA 144

● ● ●

-

-

2 -

1 1 -

2

ENVIS -

● -

-

-

● ● -

● ● -

-


SML, SMM and SMN multifunctional meters These instruments are simple 3-phase multimeters without built in memory which are designed to measure and monitor line/phase voltages, currents, active and reactive power, power factors, total harmonic distortion and frequency in single-phase and three-phase low voltage, high voltage and extra high voltage power systems. Measurement of temperatures within a control panel is also supported with an in-built temperature sensor. Optional communication interface allows it to be simply configured and managed via ENVIS from a remote PC. In combination with ENVIS.Online service its actual values can be periodically downloaded and stored to the SQL database for further processing. Typical applications: analog instrument replacement, remote online monitoring, industrial automation

Key features: • basic measuring instruments for actual data • single-phase, two-phase, three-phase or Aron connection • direct & indirect voltage connection • built-in temperature sensor • optional remote RS 232/RS 485 communication link • panel mounted SML, DIN-bar mounted SMM, SMN • inputs for special split core CTs (SMN only) • visualization software ENVIS, ENVIS.Daq and ENVIS.Online for remote data acquisition

SML & SMM general purpose multimeters SML and SMM multimeters are similar as of wiring and operation’s point of view. SML is designed for panelmounted installations while SMM mounts on the DIN EN 50022 rail (35mm, Modulbox, width 89mm/5M). These instruments have 3 voltage inputs of the nominal values up to 3 x 230 Vef and 3 fully isolated current inputs up to 5 Aef .

SMN multimeter with external CTs SMN instrument is similar, its most significant difference is the external current sensor. A special split core/solid core current transformers can be used to measure 5 A up to 600 A (transformers must be part of order). It can be installed on the measured cables without its interruption. SMN is convenient for applications, where installation of the standard xxx/5 A CTs is not possible (for example in case of billing measurement). Additional functions include rendition and display of the current through the fourth PE/PEN wire, evaluation of maximum average three-phase active power and embedded real time clock.

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Multi-functional 3 phase meters

Technical specification

12

surge overload

2000 VRMS for 1s

measuring range

Option X/5A: 0,02 ÷ 7A Option X/1A: 0,02 ÷ 1,2A Option S, P: 0,02 ÷ 1,2 × INOM

permanent overload

2 × INOM

surge overload

10 × INOM for 1s

measuring range

-25°C ÷ 60°C

Digital Input

660 kΩ (Li ↔N) wye 1000 VRMS

TEMP

Input impedance connection permanent overload

3 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 4 ÷ 500 VAC /2,3 ÷ 285 VAC (line/phase)

EMC

85 ÷ 275 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC

OTHER

Aux. Voltage Power Overvoltage category measuring range

INPUTS/OUTPUTS

U1, U2, U3 U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, IN (calculated)* P1, P2, P3, 3P Q1, Q2, Q3, 3Q S1, S2, S3, 3S PF1, PF2, PF3, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3 THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDU12, THDU23, THDU31 THDI1, THDI2, THDI3 NO f NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO 1 digital input*, thermometer NO YES* RS232, RS485, Ethernet

Voltage levels

UL < 3 V, UH > 10 V

Max. Input voltage

UM = 30 V

Input current

3 mA/12 V, 8 mA/24 V

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

EN 61000-6-2 EN 50081-2, EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A IP 20 SML: 96W×96H×51D mm / 0,3 kg SMM, SMN: 89W×90H×58D mm / 0,3 kg

Immunity Protection rating Dimmensions

RS-232 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 38400 baud RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 38400 baud Ethernet 10Base-T (optional) KMBlong, MODBUS TCP protocols 4-wires (2 twisted pairs) 10 Mbit/s

Accuracy

INPUT

COMMUNICATION

TEMP

CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Datalogging

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Frequency (f) Active Energy Reactive Energy Main archive Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication * SMN only

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current

0,50% 0,50% 2,00% 2,00% 2,00% 2,00% 0,02% 2,00% 2,00%


SML, SMM and SMN instruments

Ordering options SML 33 U 230 X/5A 4 Instrument model SML 33 = 3×V + 3×I, panel SMM 33 = 3×V + 3×I, DIN 35 SMN 33 = 3×V + 3×I, DIN 35, ¼ Pmax, RTC, log. input, calculated I n Auxiliary voltage range U = 75 ÷ 275 VAC, 75 ÷ 350 VDC 24 = 18 ÷ 36 VDC, 24 VAC 48 = 36 ÷ 72 VDC, 48 VAC Nominal measuring voltage 230 = 230/400V 400 = 400/690V 100 = 57,7/100V Measuring current input type X/5A = 5A AC (standard indirect measurement) X/1A = 1A AC (standard indirect measurement) Snnn = with low current output CTs, split-core Pnnn = with low current output CTs, through-hole Through-hole options P150 = 150 A P005 = 5 A P200 = 200 A P015 = 15 A P250 = 250 A P025 = 25 A P300 = 300 A P035 = 35 A P050 = 50 A P075 = 75 A P100 = 100 A

Split-core options S150 = 150 A S005 = 5 A S200 = 200 A S015 = 15 A S250 = 250 A S025 = 25 A S300 = 300 A S035 = 35 A S400 = 400 A S050 = 50 A S500 = 500 A S075 = 75 A S600 = 600 A S100 = 100 A Remote comm. link interface N = no remote comm. link 2 = RS-232 4 = RS-485 E = Ethernet 10BaseT

Current ranges and respective CTs

Option Pxxx Type JP3W

JP5W

JP6W

d

x y [mm]

z

m [g]

Option Sxxx

Range [A]

Type

d

x y [mm]

005 015 025 10 23 50 JC10F 035 050 13 37 41 14 37 075 100 16 30 55 JC16F 150 200 24 45 75 JC24F 250 19 49 51 20 70 300 400 JC36S-3 36 57 91 500 600 Variant NOCT has not current sensors nor current inputs. 7

24

27

11

z

m [g]

26

45

31

75

34

150

41

280

11

13


Multi-functional 3 phase meters

Typical connection schema

AUX. V.

SML 33/232 485

N

VOLTAGE L1 L2 L3

CURRENT I1K I1L I2K I2L I3K I3L

k

l k

k L1

l k

l

l k

L2

l k

l

L3 N PE

Mechanical dimensions 59

90

85

14

58 5

21.5

10

45 62

96

92

96


SMY and SMZ multifunctional panel meters SMY and SMZ devices are ideal for application where monitoring and recording of electric quantities in three-phase LV, HV or VHV grids are required. All measured values are stored in the instruments internal memory and can be later downloaded for processing using a built-in (RS-232) or remote (RS232 or RS-485) communication line. Basic parameters and measured quantities of SMY and SMZ instruments are similar. Both instrument lines are for panel mounting with dimensions of 96x96mm for SMY and 144x144mm for SMZ front panel. Option R of instruments includes two relay outputs with programmable function. SMY device is equipped with bright LCD display which features many user-friendly views on the measured data. Thanks to high resolution of display it not only shows actual values in numeric form but also graphs of chosen quantities. Next to this it also shows actual waves of voltage and current. SMZ unit on the other side has a high-contrast LED display for rough environments which provides better readability. SMZ in option E also features embedded three-phase, threetariff four-quadrant electronic electricity meter for more precise energy monitoring with ability of recording import and export of active and reactive power separately. Furthermore SMZ can be optionally equipped with analog outputs. Both instruments measures and records voltages, currents, power factors, frequency, powers, harmonic distortion and harmonics of voltage and current up to 25th order, energies etc. It can also measure and record temperature with internal sensor, or with optional external PT 100 thermometer in case of option T for SMZ. Built-in real time clock can be synchronized through appropriate synchronization input or from PC via remote communication interface. Both instruments are fully supported in ENVIS software suite, where all acquired data can be managed and analysed.

Key features: • basic registering instruments • actual values visible on the display • records values into the memory with capacity of 1 MB • high contrast LED display with large digits (SMZ) • extended fully configurable digital and analog inputs and outputs • range of input and output options with programmable functions and automated status recording • built-in RS 232 communication interface in front panel • optional RS 232/RS 485 remote communication interface

15


Measuring and logging panel instruments

Technical specification

16

SMZ

SMY

Power Overvoltage category measuring range Input impedance connection permanent overload

5 VA CAT III / 400 V 20 ÷ 500 VAC

10 VA

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1s

measuring range

0,01 ÷ 6,00 A

permanent overload

10 A

surge overload

100 A for 1s

measuring range

Depending on temperature transmitter range

1 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

-

Sync. Input

-

Semiconductor ratings

-

Relay switch ratings

230 VAC / 4 A

Operating

-15 ÷ 50°C, <95% Non-condens.

Storage

-40 ÷ 70°C, <95% Non-condens. environ.

Emmision

Remote RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 38400 baud

Immunity Protection rating Dimmensions

Local RS-232 (standard) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 3-wire connection 9600 baud Remote RS-232 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 3-wire connection 2400 ÷ 38400 baud

SMZ 0-20 mA, max. 500 Ω 12 VDC/20mA, min 100ms Max 30V DC/ 50mA

Analog input ratings

A

230 V or 115 V I/O

SMY 80 ÷ 260 VAC 100 ÷ 350 VDC

I

Aux. Voltage

R

INPUT

COMMUNICATION

TEMP CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication * SMZ only

TEMP

Main archive

OTHER

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

EMC

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3 U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3 P1, P2, P3, 3P (import, export, total) Q1, Q2, Q3, 3Q (import, export, total) S1, S2, S3, 3S PF1, PF2, PF3, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3 THDU1, THDU2, THDU3 THDI1, THDI2, THDI3 Harmonics 2nd to 25th of Voltage and Current f Import (ΣE), Export (ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (ΣE), Capacitive (ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics, state of I/Os NO NO NO NO Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionaly: 1 digital input, 2 relay or digital outputs, 2 analog outputs*, input for thermometer* 1Mb seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years RS232, RS485

Accuracy

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Frequency (f)

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current

-25 ÷ 50°C, <95% Non-condens.

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 11 EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A IP 4x / IP 2x back panel 96W×96H×58D mm 144W×144H×80D mm 0,5 kg 1,5kg

SMY 0,50% 0,50% 2,00% 2,00% 2,00% 2,00% 0,20% 2,00% 2,00% 10,00% 10,00% 10,00% 10,00%

SMZ 1,00% 1,00% 2,00% 2,00% 2,00% 2,00% 0,20% 2,00% 2,00% 10,00% 10,00% 10,00% 10,00%


SMY and SMZ panel meters

Ordering options

SMY 33 RT / 485 Instrument model SMY 33 = 3 voltage + 3current Inputs Digital outputs _ = without outputs R = two relay outputs RT = two relay outputs + input for thermometer Remote communication interface _ = without comm. interface 232 = RS-232 485 = RS-485

SMZ 33 E R T / 485 Instrument model SMZ33 = 3 volt. + 3curr. Inputs Options _ = without optional features E = built-in electricity meter + 2 pulse out. Digital I/Os _ = without I/Os R = 2 relay outputs + 1 dig. input Analog I/Os _ = without I/Os T = 1 input for thermometer A = 2 analog outputs 0/4-2mA Remote communication interface _ = without remote comm. interface 232 = RS-232 485 = RS-485

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Measuring and logging panel instruments

Typical connection schema

L1 L2 L3 N

L O A D

Y R 232 485

1A

k

L

l

k

l

k

1A

1A

l

UN

SMZo33 RELAYo1 RELAY 1

SYNC

RELAYo2

PULSE OUTPUTo1

PULSE OUTPUTo2

TEMP

REMOTE

RELAY 2

13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

27 28 29 30 RxD TxD GND

TR A

B GND

232 485

SMZo33oEoRoTo/o232o485 SerialoNok:

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k L1

IPo4X

l k

L2

k

l k

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L1

l

L3

l k

L2

l k

l

L3

N

N

PE

PE

Mechanical dimensions

18

59

136

144

144


PA 144 meter and power analyzer for system integration PA 144 is a simple instrument for remote monitoring of energy consumption. Additionally it measures online values of other electrical qualities. The DIN rail display-less design with multiple communication options is suitable for a wide spectrum of automation tasks in modern buildings, remote supervision of the infrastructure and also remote load management. Absence of local panel controls (display and keyboard) limits possibilities for hostile user interaction. For advanced protection, the configuration of PA can be also locked. This instrument is an ideal and cost-optimized source of data for any modern SCADA system with embedded support for ModBus protocol. It is also supported by the ENVIS application suite. Its input and output set can be extended with additional IO modules for advanced control functionality. This instrument measures large quantity of actual electrical values such as the frequency, voltages, currents, powers and its factors, harmonics etc. It immediately serves these data into the master system through an optional communication port. This instrument is more suitable for budgetary applications and for online supervision.

Key features and parameters: • four independent voltage and current inputs (4x1p, 3p-wye, 3p-delta) • direct and indirect voltage measurement • through-hole or split-core/clamp-on current transformers – option Sxxx: measures directly up to 600 A via the provided split core CTs – option Pxxx: measures directly up to 300 A via the provided through-hole CTs • electricity meter supports 3 tariffs, single- and three-phase measurement in four quadrants • measurement interval 10/12 periods, 128 samples per cycle • universal wide range AC and DC power supply options • fully programmable digital output (relay or impulse) • standard embedded RS-485 interface – optional BUS for external modules or 2 additional digital inputs – expansion module with Ethernet 10/100 Base-T

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Measuring and logging panel instruments

Technical specification

Input impedance connection permanent overload surge overload

2,7 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 1300 VRMS 1950 VRMS for 1s

measuring range

0,02 ÷ 1,2 × INOM

permanent overload

2 × INOM

surge overload

10 × INOM for 1s

measuring range

-25°C ÷ 65°C

UM = 30 V

Input current

3 mA/12 V, 8 mA/24 V

Semiconductor ratings

100 VDC / 300 mA

Relay switch ratings

230 VAC or 30 VDC / 3 A

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

D

7 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 4 ÷ 500 VAC /2,3 ÷ 285 VAC (line/phase)

UL < 3 V, UH > 10 V

Max. Input voltage

I

Power Overvoltage category measuring range

Voltage levels

R

Option U: 75 ÷ 510 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC Option L: 24 ÷ 48 VAC / 20 ÷ 75 VDC

INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Aux. Voltage

TEMP

INPUT

COMMUNICATION

TEMP CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Main archive Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

OTHER

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

EMC

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) NO NO NO NO NO Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionaly: 2 digital inputs, 1 relay or digital output, bus for external modules RS485, Ethernet, M-bus

Immunity Protection rating Dimmensions

Primary RS-485 (standard) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 921600 baud Secondary RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 921600 baud Ethernet 10Base-T (optional) KMBlong, MODBUS TCP protocols 4-wires (2 twisted pairs) 10 Mbit/s

Accuracy

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Deformed Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11 EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A IP 20 105W×90H×58D mm / 0,19 kg

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current * According to IEC 61557-12 Ed 1.0

20

0,10% 0,10% 0,10% 0,10% 0,02% 0,02% 0,20% Class 1 Class 1 0,2%, Class 2* 0,5%, Class 2* Class 2* Class 5*


PA 144

Ordering options

222PA2-662U2S-MM2R2B2E Instrument model PA2-662=2Power2Analyzer Auxiliary power supply U2=2752V2รท25-M2VACx28M2V2รท2O5M2VDC22 L2=2TM2V2รท2752VDCx2T62V2รท2682VAC Current inputs Snnn2=2with2low2current2output2CTsx2splitmcore2 Pnnn2=2with2low2current2output2CTsx2throughmhole NOCT2=2without2current2inputs Through-hole options Split-core options P-5M2=2-5M2A PMM52=252A SMM52=252A S-5M2=2-5M2A PTMM2=2TMM2A PM-52=2-52A SM-52=2-52A STMM2=2TMM2A PT5M2=2T5M2A PMT52=2T52A SMT52=2T52A ST5M2=2T5M2A POMM2=2OMM2A PMO52=2O52A SMO52=2O52A SOMM2=2OMM2A PM5M2=25M2A SM5M2=25M2A S6MM2=26MM2A PM752=2752A SM752=2752A S5MM2=25MM2A P-MM2=2-MM2A S-MM2=2-MM2A S6MM2=26MM2A Optional digital output N2=2without2output R2=2relay2output I2=2pulse2output Optional peripheral N2=2without2optional2peripheral B2=2bus2for2connection2of2external2modules D2=2two2digital2inputs M2=2MmBus2interface Optional expanding module N2=2without2expanding2module E2=2Ethernet2interface

Current ranges and respective CTs

Option Pxxx Type JP3W

JP5W

JP6W

d

x y [mm]

z

m [g]

Option Sxxx

Range [A]

Type

d

x y [mm]

005 015 025 10 23 50 JC10F 035 050 13 37 41 14 37 075 100 16 30 55 JC16F 150 200 24 45 75 JC24F 250 19 49 51 20 70 300 400 JC36S-3 36 57 91 500 600 Variant NOCT has not current sensors nor current inputs. 7

24

27

11

z

m [g]

26

45

31

75

34

150

41

280

11

21


Multifunctional power analyzer

Typical connection schema L

L

N

N

X1

X2

O-

O+

R

A1 A2

G

B A COM1

G B/1 A/2 COM2 / DI

X1

PA 144

PA 144

Power Analyzer

Power Analyzer

X2

O-

O+

R

A1 A2

G

B A COM1

G B/1 A/2 COM2 / DI

Electricity billing meter ETH

ETH

L1

L2

L3

l1 k1 l2 k2 l3 k3 l4 k4

L4

N

L1

L2

L3

L4

l1 k1 l2 k2 l3 k3 l4 k4 JP

JP

3W

3W

JP

3W

L1

L1 JP

L2

100/5A

5W

L2 JP

L3

100/5A

5W

L3 JP

N

100/5A

5W

N JP

PE

5W

PE

Mechanical dimensions 106 60.6

90

P050 08 2012

30.3

22

10

45 62

Power Analyzer

99.8

21.5

001

PA 144

58

LOAD

N


SMC 144 meter, analyser and datalogger for system integration SMC 144 is specially designed for remote monitoring of energy consumption and its quality. The DIN rail display-less design with multiple communication options is suitable for a wide spectrum of automation tasks in modern buildings, remote supervision of the infrastructure and also remote load management. Absence of local panel controls (display and keyboard) limits possibilities for hostile user interaction. For advanced protection, the configuration of SMC can be also locked. This instrument is an ideal and cost-optimized source of data for any modern SCADA system with embedded support for ModBus protocol and it is also supported by our free ENVIS application. Its input and output set can be extended with additional IO modules for advanced control functionality. This instrument measures and stores large quantity of electrical measurement values into its internal memory. Quantities includes a multitude of additional functions such as the storage of minimum, average and maximum values, energy consumption, logs of state changes and many other information. All this information is available for later download by the supervising software and for processing.

Key features: • four independent voltage and current inputs (4x1p, 3p-wye, 3p-delta), direct and indirect voltage measurement • universal wide range of AC and DC power supply options • through-hole or split-core/clamp-on current transformers – option Sxxx: measures directly up to 600 A via the provided split core CTs – option Pxxx: measures directly up to 300 A via the provided through-hole CTs • electricity meter supports 3 tariffs, single- and three-phase measurement in four quadrants • basic measurement interval 10/12 periods, 128 samples/period • datalogger with 512 Mb of non-volatile flash memory for el. meter readings, main archive and logs. • fully programmable digital output (relay or impulse) • standard embedded RS-485 interface – optional second BUS for external modules or 2 additional digital inputs – expansion module with Ethernet 10/100 Base-T – features can be upgraded via external I/O modules (with ModBus Master fw. module) • Supported Firmware Modules: ModBus Master (MM), General Oscillograms (GO), Ripple Control Signals (RCS).

23


Multifunctional power analyzer

Technical specification

7 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 4 ÷ 500 VAC /2,3 ÷ 285 VAC (line/phase)

Input impedance connection permanent overload surge overload

2,7 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 1300 VRMS 1950 VRMS for 1s

measuring range

0,02 ÷ 1,2 × INOM

permanent overload

2 × INOM

surge overload

10 × INOM for 1s

measuring range

-25°C ÷ 65°C

UL < 3 V, UH > 10 V

Max. Input voltage

UM = 30 V

Input current

3 mA/12 V, 8 mA/24 V

Semiconductor ratings

100 VDC / 300 mA

Relay switch ratings

230 VAC or 30 VDC / 3 A

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

D

Power Overvoltage category measuring range

Voltage levels

I

Option U: 75 ÷ 510 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC Option L: 24 ÷ 48 VAC / 20 ÷ 75 VDC

INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Aux. Voltage

R

INPUT

COMMUNICATION

TEMP CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

TEMP

Main archive

OTHER

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

EMC

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) NO NO optional firmware module General Oscilogram Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionaly: 2 digital inputs, 1 relay or digital output, bus for external modules 512Mb seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years RS485, Ethernet, M-bus

Immunity Protection rating Dimmensions

Primary RS-485 (standard) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 921600 baud Secondary RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 921600 baud Ethernet 10Base-T (optional) KMBlong, MODBUS TCP protocols 4-wires (2 twisted pairs) 10 Mbit/s

Accuracy

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Deformed Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11 EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A IP 20 105W×90H×58D mm / 0,19 kg

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current * According to IEC 61557-12 Ed 1.0

24

0,10% 0,10% 0,10% 0,10% 0,02% 0,02% 0,20% Class 1 Class 1 0,2%, Class 2* 0,5%, Class 2* Class 2* Class 5*


SMC 144

Ordering options

SMC,T44,U,PT--,R,B,E Instrument model SMC,T44,=,Power,analyser,with,internal,memory Auxiliary power supply U,=,75,V,รท,5T-,VACc,8-,V,รท,65-,VDC L,=,O-,V,รท,75,VDCc,O4,V,รท,48,VAC Current inputs Snnn,=,with,low,current,output,CTsc,splitxcore, Pnnn,=,with,low,current,output,CTsc,throughxhole NOCT,=,without,current,inputs Through-hole options Split-core options PT5-,=,T5-,A P--5,=,5,A S--5,=,5,A ST5-,=,T5-,A PO--,=,O--,A P-T5,=,T5,A S-T5,=,T5,A SO--,=,O--,A PO5-,=,O5-,A P-O5,=,O5,A S-O5,=,O5,A SO5-,=,O5-,A P6--,=,6--,A P-65,=,65,A S-65,=,65,A S6--,=,6--,A P-5-,=,5-,A S-5-,=,5-,A S4--,=,4--,A P-75,=,75,A S-75,=,75,A S5--,=,5--,A PT--,=,T--,A ST--,=,T--,A S6--,=,6--,A Optional digital output N,=,without,output R,=,relay,output I,=,pulse,output Optional peripheral N,=,without,optional,peripheral B,=,bus,for,connection,of,external,modules D,=,two,digital,inputs M,=,MxBus,interface Optional expanding module N,=,without,expanding,module E,=,Ethernet,interface

Current ranges and respective CTs

Option Pxxx Type JP3W

JP5W

JP6W

d

x y [mm]

z

m [g]

Option Sxxx

Range [A]

Type

d

x y [mm]

005 015 025 10 23 50 JC10F 035 050 13 37 41 14 37 075 100 16 30 55 JC16F 150 200 24 45 75 JC24F 250 19 49 51 20 70 300 400 JC36S-3 36 57 91 500 600 Variant NOCT has not current sensors nor current inputs. 7

24

27

11

z

m [g]

26

45

31

75

34

150

41

280

11

25


Multifunctional power analyzer

Typical connection schema L

L

N

N

X1

X2

O-

O+

R

A1 A2

G

B A COM1

G B/1 A/2 COM2 / DI

X1

X2

SMC 144

SMC 144

Power Analyzer

Power Analyzer

O-

O+

R

A1 A2

G

B A COM1

G B/1 A/2 COM2 / DI

Electricity billing meter ETH

ETH

L1

L2

L3

l1 k1 l2 k2 l3 k3 l4 k4

L4

N

L1

L2

L3

L4

l1 k1 l2 k2 l3 k3 l4 k4 JP

JP

3W

3W

JP

3W

L1

L1 JP

L2

100/5A

5W

L2 JP

L3

100/5A

5W

L3 JP

N

100/5A

5W

N JP

PE

5W

PE

ModBus Master firmware option

MODBUS RTU

3rd party Modbus Device X1

X2

O-

O+

R

A1 A2

G

B A COM1

3rd party Modbus Device

X1

X2

O-

O+

L2

L3

L4

R

A1 A2

G

B A COM1

G B/1 A/2 COM2 / DI

PA 144 Power Analyzer

N

G B/1 A/2 COM2 / DI

L1

l1 k1 l2 k2 l3 k3 l4 k4

SMC 144 Power Analyzer

ETH

N

L1

L2

L3

L4

l1 k1 l2 k2 l3 k3 l4 k4

ETHERNET

SMC 144 as concentrator Mechanical dimensions 106 60.6

90

P050 08 2012

30.3

26

10

45 62

Power Analyzer

99.8

21.5

001

SMC 144

58

LOAD

N


SMV and SMVQ analyzers These advanced panel meters are designed to monitor the quality of electric energy in a three- to five- wire electrical networks. They are characterized by continuous measurement of up to four voltages and currents. The instrument is also capable to evaluate other variables such as active, reactive, apparent and distortion power, energy consumption (kWh/kvarh, three tariffs, four quadrants), power factor, harmonic distortion etc. All three variants share the core features and functions and its other characteristics vary with advanced optional services and display features. SMPQ offers increased accuracy and precision of energy measurement. It also extends the list of measured variables such as flicker (Pst, Plt), inter-harmonic subgroups etc. It also allows assessment of power quality indices according to the EN 50160.

Key features: • advanced panel meters to monitor quality of electric energy in a three- to five- wire electrical networks. • continuous measurement of up to four voltages and currents • class S power monitoring according to the international standard IEC 61000-4-30, ed. 2. • embedded four quadrant three phase three tariff electricity meter • continuous power quality evaluation according EN 50160 (SMPQ) • fully configurable inputs and outputs • built-in USB 2.0 communication port with optional remote interface like RS 232, RS 485 or Ethernet • standard MODBUS protocol support for SCADA systems

SMV SMP SMPQ a With

Display 4 - line LED Graphical LCD Graphical LCD

Accuracy V/A ±0.1%/±0.3% ±0.1%/±0.3% ±0.1%/±0.1%

Overview EN 50160 ✓

a

✓a ✓

Harmonics 1–40 1–50 1–50

Inter-harmonics -

Flicker -

VE module

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Compact power quality analyzers

SMVQ 33 & 44 - The Advanced Power Quality Analyzer SMVQ is the most advanced instrument in this category. It continuously evaluates power quality according to DIN EN 50160. Additionally included are short and long-term flicker severity indexes according to IEC 61000-4-15 and harmonic emissions measured up to 50th harmonic and inter-harmonic subgroups as defined in IEC 61000-4-7. The device has improved precision of power and energy evaluation and by default it is equipped with an evaluation of voltage events like dips and swells. Active and reactive energy meter complies to the EN 62053-21 0.5s class resp. EN 62053-23 class 2. The instrument is fitted for even the most demanding applications.

SMV 33 & 44 - Standard solution for accurate monitoring SMV panel meter and data logger represents the base solution in this high-end class of compact panel meters. All parameters and measured quantities are common with the SMP device and the most significant difference is the LED display. In a certain application its contrast and mechanical robustness is an advantage. This display option provides values of actually measured data with recorded average, maximum and minimum values, electricity meter readings and actual time. Basic setup and configuration of instrument installation is also possible through the set of parameters. All the other information, archived data and all advanced configuration options can be accessed in the supplied management software ENVIS over built-in USB or other optional communication interfaces. Options X/5A and X/1A are for standard CTs with nominal output of 5A or 1A. You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to specify current range as CTs are not part of the delivery in case of this option. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possible to order them separately. This is usually most common option for SMV and SMVQ instruments.

Split-core (Clamp On) JC-series current transformers used for S-option of SMV, SMVQ. The JC series of current transformer is simple to use, compact split-core design which is easily installed for metering applications. This is ideal for distributed measurement systems and can be retro-fitted into existing installations and non-interruptible equipment as there is no requirement for disconnection of wiring.

Flexible Rogowski-coil sensor for F- option of SMV, SMVQ. This flexible and lightweight sensors are equipped with signal amplifiers and a four-position range switch built into the sensor cable. This kind of sensors provides easy & quick installation in uninterruptible power line.

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Technical specification

7 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

Input impedance connection permanent overload

2,7 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

1÷7A

permanent overload

7A

surge overload

70 A

measuring range

Depending on temperature transmitter range

D

Power Overvoltage category measuring range

Digital Input ratings

5 VDC/1 mA, min 100 ms

A

Option L: 24 ÷ 48 VAC / 20 ÷ 75 VDC

Analog input ratings

2 ÷ 22 mA, impedance 75 Ω

T

Option U: 85 ÷ 275 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC

Pt 100 input ratings

Range -50 ÷ 150°C

I

Aux. Voltage

Semiconductor ratings

100 VDC / 300 mA

R

INPUT

TEMP CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication * SMV 44 and SMVQ 44 only ** SMVQ only

INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Main archive

Relay switch ratings

230 VAC or 30 VDC / 3 A

TEMP

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

OTHER

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN* P1, P2, P3, PN*, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN*, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN*, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN* PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN*, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN*, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN* THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN* Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles Inter-Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current** U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip** Yes** Yes**, optional firmware module General Oscilogram Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionally: 1 digital input, 2 relay or 2 digital output, Analog input or input for thermometer 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB, RS232, RS485, Ethernet

Operating

-40 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

EMC

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Emmision Immunity Protection rating Dimmensions

Remote RS-232 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 3-wire connection 2400 ÷ 230400 baud Remote RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 230400 baud Remote Ethernet 10Base-T (optional) KMBlong, MODBUS TCP protocols 4-wires (2 twisted pairs) 10 Mbit/s

Accuracy

COMMUNICATION

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11 EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A IP 40 (optional IP 54) front panel 96W×96H×58D mm / 0,3 kg

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

SMV 0,10% 0,30% 1,00% 1,00% 0,01 0,01 0,20% 2,00% 2,00%

SMVQ 0,10% 0,10% 0,50% 0,50% 0,005 0,005 0,20% Class 0,5S Class 2 Class 3 Class 3 0,30% 0,30%

-

5,00%

* According to IEC 61000-2-4 ed. 2

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Compact power quality analyzers

Ordering options SMPQ 33 U 400 X/5A N N N Instrument model SMV = LED numeric display SMP = LCD graphic display SMVQ = LED display, power quality evaluation SMPQ = LCD graphic display, power quality evaluation Measuring inputs 33 = 4 voltage + 3 current inputs 44 = 4 voltage + 4 current inputs Auxiliary voltage range U = 85 ÷ 275 V AC, 80 ÷ 350 V DC (standard) L = 20 ÷ 75 V DC, 24 V ÷ 48 V AC Nominal measuring voltage 400 = 230V/400V ÷ 400V/690V 100 = 57.7V/130V Measuring current input type X/5A = 5A AC (standard indirect measurement) F = Rogowski-type sensor current input Snnn = with low current output CTs, split-core Pnnn = with low current output CTs, through-hole Through-hole options Split-core options P150 = 150 A P005 = 5 A S005 = 5 A S150 = 150 A P200 = 200 A P015 = 15 A S015 = 15 A S200 = 200 A P250 = 250 A P025 = 25 A S025 = 25 A S250 = 250 A P300 = 300 A P035 = 35 A S035 = 35 A S300 = 300 A P050 = 50 A S050 = 50 A S400 = 400 A P075 = 75 A S075 = 75 A S500 = 500 A P100 = 100 A S100 = 100 A S600 = 600 A Digital I/O N = without I/O RR = 2 relay outputs + 1 logic input RI = 1 relay output + 1 pulse output + 1 logic input II = 2 pulse output + 1 logic input Analog I/O N = without I/O A = 4 ÷ 20 mA current loop input T = Pt100 temperature sensor input Remote comm. link interface N = no remote comm. link 2 = RS-232 4 = RS-485 E = Ethernet 10BaseT

Current ranges and respective CTs

Option Pxxx Type JP3W

JP5W

JP6W

30

d

x y [mm]

z

m [g]

Option Sxxx

Range [A]

Type

d

x y [mm]

005 015 025 10 23 50 JC10F 035 050 13 37 41 14 37 075 100 16 30 55 JC16F 150 200 24 45 75 JC24F 250 19 49 51 20 70 300 400 JC36S-3 36 57 91 500 600 Variant NOCT has not current sensors nor current inputs. 7

24

27

11

z

m [g]

26

45

31

75

34

150

41

280

11


SMV and SMVQ

Examples of connection

k L1

l k

L2

k

L3

L1

l

k

N

L2

l l

L3 N

PE

PE

(a)

(b)

L1

L1

L2

L2

L3

L3

N

N

PE

PE

(c)

(d)

Figure 1: X/5A-Option, Star connection (4Y), direct voltage connection,mains 3x 230/400 V (a) F-Option, Star connection (4Y), B3000/1000 current sensors (b) S-Option, Star connection (4Y), JC-line split core current transformers (c) P-Option, Star connection (4Y), JP-line split core current transformers (d)

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Compact power quality analyzers

k L1

L1

L2

L2

L3

L3

MV/LV Transformer

l k

l k

l

110 VDC

(a)

(b)

Figure 2: S-Option, Delta connection (3D), direct voltage connection, aux. DC power supply (a) X/5A-Option, Delta connection (3D), voltage and current connection on MV side (b)

Mechanical dimensions

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SMP and SMPQ analyzers These advanced panel meters are designed to monitor the quality of electric energy in a three- to five- wire electrical networks. They are characterized by continuous measurement of up to four voltages and currents. The instrument is also capable to evaluate other variables such as active, reactive, apparent and distortion power, energy consumption (kWh/kvarh, three tariffs, four quadrants), power factor, harmonic distortion etc. All three variants share the core features and functions and its other characteristics vary with advanced optional services and display features. SMPQ offers increased accuracy and precision of energy measurement. It also extends the list of measured variables such as flicker (Pst, Plt), inter-harmonic subgroups etc. It also allows assessment of power quality indices according to the EN 50160.

Key features: • advanced panel meters to monitor quality of electric energy in a three- to five- wire electrical networks. • continuous measurement of up to four voltages and currents • class S power monitoring according to the international standard IEC 61000-4-30, ed. 2. • embedded four quadrant three phase three tariff electricity meter • continuous power quality evaluation according EN 50160 (SMPQ) • fully configurable inputs and outputs • built-in USB 2.0 communication port with optional remote interface like RS 232, RS 485 or Ethernet • standard MODBUS protocol support for SCADA systems

SMV SMP SMPQ a With

Display 4 - line LED Graphical LCD Graphical LCD

Accuracy V/A ±0.1%/±0.3% ±0.1%/±0.3% ±0.1%/±0.1%

Overview EN 50160 ✓

a

✓a ✓

Harmonics 1–40 1–50 1–50

Inter-harmonics -

Flicker -

VE module

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Compact power quality analyzers

SMPQ 33 & 44 - The Advanced Power Quality Analyzer SMPQ is the most advanced instrument in this category. It continuously evaluates power quality according to DIN EN 50160. Additionally included are short and long-term flicker severity indexes according to IEC 61000-4-15 and harmonic emissions measured up to 50th harmonic and inter-harmonic subgroups as defined in IEC 61000-4-7. The device has improved precision of power and energy evaluation and by default it is equipped with an evaluation of voltage events like dips and swells. Active and reactive energy meter complies to the EN 62053-21 0.5s class resp. EN 62053-23 class 2. The instrument is fitted for even the most demanding applications.

SMP 33 & 44 - The universal power quality analyzer SMP devices are all-purpose compact panel meters with uncompromisable list of measured quantities. Device has back-lit high resolution LCD graphic display to immediately check all actual and average values, week and day trends (graphs), phasors, harmonic and inter-harmonic diagrams, actual wave-shapes, actual, last month and total electricity meter readings, archive statuses and many other relevant information. The device provides menu for a user-friendly navigation with easy access to most of the configuration options and parameters. To protect data and infrastructure against unauthorized manipulation a two-level administrator lock mechanism is also implemented. Optionally the SMP devices can be equipped with module to record voltage events (dips, swells) as defined in DIN EN 50160. Options X/5A and X/1A are for standard CTs with nominal output of 5A or 1A. You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to specify current range as CTs are not part of the delivery in case of this option. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possible to order them separately. This is usually most common option for SMP and SMPQ instruments.

Split-core (Clamp On) JC-series current transformers used for S-option of SMP and SMPQ. The JC series of current transformer is simple to use, compact split-core design which is easily installed for metering applications. This is ideal for distributed measurement systems and can be retro-fitted into existing installations and non-interruptible equipment as there is no requirement for disconnection of wiring.

Flexible Rogowski-coil sensor for F- option of SMP and SMPQ. This flexible and lightweight sensors are equipped with signal amplifiers and a four-position range switch built into the sensor cable. This kind of sensors provides easy & quick installation in uninterruptible power line.

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SMP and SMPQ

Technical specification

7 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

Input impedance connection permanent overload

2,7 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

1÷7A

permanent overload

7A

surge overload

70 A

measuring range

Depending on temperature transmitter range

D

Power Overvoltage category measuring range

Digital Input ratings

5 VDC/1 mA, min 100 ms

A

Option L: 24 ÷ 48 VAC / 20 ÷ 75 VDC

Analog input ratings

2 ÷ 22 mA, impedance 75 Ω

T

Option U: 85 ÷ 275 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC

Pt 100 input ratings

Range -50 ÷ 150°C

I

Aux. Voltage

Semiconductor ratings

100 VDC / 300 mA

R

INPUT

TEMP CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication * SMP 44 and SMPQ 44 only ** SMPQ only

INPUTS/OUTPUTS

Main archive

Relay switch ratings

230 VAC or 30 VDC / 3 A

TEMP

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

OTHER

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN* P1, P2, P3, PN*, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN*, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN*, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN* PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN*, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN*, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN* THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN* Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles Inter-Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current** U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip** Yes** Yes**, optional firmware module General Oscilogram Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionally: 1 digital input, 2 relay or 2 digital output, Analog input or input for thermometer 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB, RS232, RS485, Ethernet

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

EMC

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Emmision Immunity Protection rating Dimmensions

Remote RS-232 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 3-wire connection 2400 ÷ 230400 baud Remote RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 230400 baud Remote Ethernet 10Base-T (optional) KMBlong, MODBUS TCP protocols 4-wires (2 twisted pairs) 10 Mbit/s

Accuracy

COMMUNICATION

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11 EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A IP 40 (optional IP 54) front panel 96W×96H×58D mm / 0,3 kg

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

SMP 0,10% 0,30% 1,00% 1,00% 0,01 0,01 0,20% 2,00% 2,00%

SMPQ 0,10% 0,10% 0,50% 0,50% 0,005 0,005 0,20% Class 0,5S Class 2 Class 3 Class 3 0,30% 0,30%

-

5,00%

* According to IEC 61000-2-4 ed. 2

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Compact power quality analyzers

Ordering options SMPQ 33 U 400 X/5A N N N Instrument model SMV = LED numeric display SMP = LCD graphic display SMVQ = LED display, power quality evaluation SMPQ = LCD graphic display, power quality evaluation Measuring inputs 33 = 4 voltage + 3 current inputs 44 = 4 voltage + 4 current inputs Auxiliary voltage range U = 85 ÷ 275 V AC, 80 ÷ 350 V DC (standard) L = 20 ÷ 75 V DC, 24 V ÷ 48 V AC Nominal measuring voltage 400 = 230V/400V ÷ 400V/690V 100 = 57.7V/130V Measuring current input type X/5A = 5A AC (standard indirect measurement) F = Rogowski-type sensor current input Snnn = with low current output CTs, split-core Pnnn = with low current output CTs, through-hole Through-hole options Split-core options P150 = 150 A P005 = 5 A S005 = 5 A S150 = 150 A P200 = 200 A P015 = 15 A S015 = 15 A S200 = 200 A P250 = 250 A P025 = 25 A S025 = 25 A S250 = 250 A P300 = 300 A P035 = 35 A S035 = 35 A S300 = 300 A P050 = 50 A S050 = 50 A S400 = 400 A P075 = 75 A S075 = 75 A S500 = 500 A P100 = 100 A S100 = 100 A S600 = 600 A Digital I/O N = without I/O RR = 2 relay outputs + 1 logic input RI = 1 relay output + 1 pulse output + 1 logic input II = 2 pulse output + 1 logic input Analog I/O N = without I/O A = 4 ÷ 20 mA current loop input T = Pt100 temperature sensor input Remote comm. link interface N = no remote comm. link 2 = RS-232 4 = RS-485 E = Ethernet 10BaseT

Current ranges and respective CTs

Option Pxxx Type JP3W

JP5W

JP6W

36

d

x y [mm]

z

m [g]

Option Sxxx

Range [A]

Type

d

x y [mm]

005 015 025 10 23 50 JC10F 035 050 13 37 41 14 37 075 100 16 30 55 JC16F 150 200 24 45 75 JC24F 250 19 49 51 20 70 300 400 JC36S-3 36 57 91 500 600 Variant NOCT has not current sensors nor current inputs. 7

24

27

11

z

m [g]

26

45

31

75

34

150

41

280

11


SMP and SMPQ

Examples of connection

k L1

l k

L2

k

L3

L1

l

k

N

L2

l l

L3 N

PE

PE

(a)

(b)

L1

L1

L2

L2

L3

L3

N

N

PE

PE

(c)

(d)

Figure 3: X/5A-Option, Star connection (4Y), direct voltage connection,mains 3x 230/400 V (a) F-Option, Star connection (4Y), B3000/1000 current sensors (b) S-Option, Star connection (4Y), JC-line split core current transformers (c) P-Option, Star connection (4Y), JP-line split core current transformers (d)

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Compact power quality analyzers

k L1

L1

L2

L2

L3

L3

MV/LV Transformer

l k

l k

l

110 VDC

(a)

(b)

Figure 4: S-Option, Delta connection (3D), direct voltage connection, aux. DC power supply (a) X/5A-Option, Delta connection (3D), voltage and current connection on MV side (b)

Mechanical dimensions

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Distributed measurement and remote data collection PA 33 Power Measuring Transducer PA33 converter measures preselected electrical quantities (such as voltages, currents, active, reactive or apparent power, frequency, unbalance/symmetrical components etc.) in three phase low-, high- and very high voltage networks and converts the measured value to its configurable outputs. The convertor is equipped with 3 terminals for voltage (nominal voltage 3 x 230Vrms) and 3 terminals for currents of up to 5 Arms (typically from CT output). Converters are assembled with one or two current outputs by default. Another option is one or two galvanically isolated digital outputs for ”Alarm” function (SSR pulse contactors or relay contacts) or for pulse outputs (electricity meter). The device can be also optionally delivered with a communication line (RS232 or RS485).

SCU Voltage Signal Conditioner SCU is four channel voltage to voltage converter. It has 4 independent galvanically isolated differential voltage input channels with insulation voltage of over 4 kV from other channels and from the rest of the instrument. Measured voltages are connected by 8 pin terminal block with 7.62 mm pitch. Output voltage swing of each channel can be switched between ±5 V or ±10 V corresponding to linear input range ±675 V with DIP-switches. It may include integrated switched-capacitor elliptic anti-aliasing filter of 8th order. Cutoff frequency can be chosen also with DIP-switches as 2.5 kHz, 3.6 kHz or 12.8 kHz. Outputs are brought to RJ50 jack. Power supply input can be connected to 7 ÷ 26 VAC or 10 ÷ 37 VDC .

SMD DC ammeter SMD 101 is a simple single purpose DC ammeter with serial communication interface for automated remote monitoring of lines in DC networks. Currents are measured with a hall sensor, which is built in the instrument. Measured wire need not to be interrupted thanks to the easy wire through installation. The instrument is equipped with electrically isolated communication line RS-485 or RS232. In connection with the remote computer, the measured current can be monitored with standard ENVIS.Online program or a third-party monitoring system using the Modbus-RTU protocol. Logic output with programmable function can be used as an alarm to indicate limit states in the infrastructure or to manage load under certain supply conditions.

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Remote data collection

SMC 11 and SMC 33 multimeter and recorder SMC 33 is multifunctional programmable and registration device (with internal memory for readings) for measuring of electrical quantities in single- and three-phase networks. It periodically measures all basic electrical quantities. A separate archive holds periodic record of the internal three phase, four quadrant electricity meter readings. The instrument is designed for DIN rail mounting and the through-hole type current inputs for direct measuring up to 150A nominal current are part of the instrument. This feature reduces the total costs of installation. SMC analyser is a good choice for last mile - monitoring and control of energy consumption in modern buildings, large machines and anywhere else. SMC uses serial communication line for configuration and remote supervision. Optional peripherals such as digital and analog inputs and outputs or Pt100 thermometer input can be ordered. There are three LEDs on the front panel for device status indication and alarm monitoring. SMC does not contain any display or local control options and is thus ideal for energy management systems with remote control and supervision or for autonomous load balancing applications.

ES 101 Ethernet-Serial Converter ES 101 is a general purpose Ethernet-to-Serial converter. It allows different instrument(s) with a serial line to be connected directly and transparently to the Ethernet. The communication with such instruments is performed using the default TCP/IP sockets. It can by configured and parametrized over the network with the ENVIS.Daq software (for Windows operating systems). In the case of data acquisition from KMB instruments, the ENVIS software supports ES 101 converters directly within. Module accepts serial line speeds from 300 Bd up to 115 kBd for RS-232 or RS-485. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s possible to connect up to 32 instruments with RS-485 interface to one ES 101 converter.

KM GPRS 101 modem The KM GPRS 101 modem is communication device for point-to-point interconnection, especially for remote management and monitoring of instruments and controllers of the KMB systems company. It provides either a GSMconnection (standard modem) or a GPRS-connection with both TCP and UDP protocols, using either fixed or dynamic IP-addressing. The modem is equipped with RS-485 or RS-232 serial line interface. For the RS-485 models, up to 32 instruments with appropriate interface can be connected to. Modem accepts serial line speeds from 1200 Bd to 38400 Bd for RS-232 or RS-485. Various GSM antennas with SMA-M connector is supported. This is especially important in places with low signal strength.

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Portable Analysers

Memory [Mb]

Meter

Communication

IEC 61000-4-30

EN 50160

Installation

Dimensions

Protection Class

Comparison table of portable instruments

NEMO 104

512

a

S

Portable

115 x 200 x 48 mm

IP 40

NEMO 3xx

512

b

S

Portable

100 x 75 x 40 mm

IP 65

SMPQ-BX

512

c

S

Portable

250 x 210 x 70 mm

IP 40

SMP-CA

512

d

S

Portable

371 x 258 x 152 mm

IP 40

a Local

USB, optionally WiFi. USB, optionally WiFi, GPRS HSDPA. c Local USB. d Local USB, remote RS-485 or Ethernet. b Local

SIMON products represent main line of portable power quality analyzers and network monitors for unattended measuring and recording campaigns of energy consumption. Voltage, current, power factor, frequency, flicker, harmonics and interharmonics and other parameters of the distribution network or local installation are recorded and analysed. SIMON and BRAVO instruments can also record disturbances, spot and record voltage events and analyze the overall power quality in the point of measurement. Large internal memory and flexible record option configuration allows users to perform long measurements in field.

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Overview of measuring instruments

SMPQ-BX 360

SMP – CA (SMPQ44-FT/4 – CA)

SMP – CA (SMPQ44-FT/E – CA)

NEMO PQ

NEMO 101

NEMO 104

NEMO 304

NEMO 332

Nominal Voltage L-N, AC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

230 VAC

Nominal Voltage L-L, AC Measurement category And pollution degree Operating voltage L-N

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

400 VAC

Auxiliary voltage Three phase/four phase Quadrants Scan frequency 50/60Hz Measurement points per sec. Continuous measurement Measuerements per second Effective value from periods 50/60Hz Harmonics V/A Interharmonics Disortion factor THD-U [%] DIsortion factor THD-I [%] Unbalance Short/long-term flicker Transients Short-term interruptions Accuracy V/A Active energy classification Reactive energy classification Auxiliary input Digital inputs Digital/pulse output Relay outputs Analogue inputs Analogue outputs Temperature input Min/max value memory Memory size Clock Software EN 50160 IEC 61000-4-30 Portable Interfaces RS 232 RS 485 Ethernet USB Web server Wifi GPRS HSDP/UMTS. GPS Protocols Modbus RTU KMB short KMB long 1. in compliance with IEC EN 61010-1

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NEMO

SMP-BX 300

SMP/SMPQ

CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 CAT III/2 1 85 ÷ 275 VAC 85 ÷ 275 VAC 85 ÷ 275 VAC 85 ÷ 275 VAC 85 ÷ 480 VAC 85 ÷ 480 VAC 85 ÷ 480 VAC 85 ÷ 480 VAC 85 ÷ 480 VAC 80 ÷ 350 VDC 80 ÷ 350 VDC 80 ÷ 350 VDC 80 ÷ 350 VDC 80 ÷ 680 VDC 80 ÷ 680 VDC 80 ÷ 680 VDC 80 ÷ 680 VDC 80 ÷ 680 VDC 45 ÷ 70 Hz ●/● 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5 10/12 1 – 63 ● ● ● ±0.1%/● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S ●

45 ÷ 70 Hz ●/● 4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5 10/12 1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ±0.1% 0.5S 2 ● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S ●

45 ÷ 70 Hz ●/● 4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5 10/12 1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ±0.1% 0.5S 2 1 1 ● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S ●

45 ÷ 70 Hz ●/● 4 6.4kHz 6400 ● 5 10/12 1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ±0.1% 0.5S 2 1 1 ● 512MB ● ENVIS ● S ●

42 ÷ 70 Hz 42 ÷ 70 Hz 42 ÷ 70 Hz 42 ÷ 70 Hz 42 ÷ 70 Hz ●/● -/●/● ●/● ●/● 4 4 4 4 4 6.4kHz 6.4kHz 6.4kHz 6.4kHz 6.4kHz 6400 6400 6400 6400 6400 ● ● ● ● ● 5 5 5 5 5 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/12 1 – 63 1 – 63 1 – 63 1 – 63 1 – 63 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ±0.1%/±0.5% ±0.1%/±0.5% ±0.1%/±0.5% ±0.1%/±0.5% ±0.1%/±0.5% 0.5S 0.5S 0.5S 0.5S 0.5S 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ● ● ● ● ● 512MB 512MB 512MB 512MB 512MB ● ● ● ● ● ENVIS ENVIS ENVIS ENVIS ENVIS ● ● ● ● ● S S S S S ● ● ● ● ●

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SMP-BX Embedded compact analyser

Analysers of electric network parameters SMP-BX 300, SMP-BX 340, SMPQ-BX 300 and SMPQ-BX 340 are a measuring and data logging instruments for single- and three phase low voltage (up to 230/400 VAC) distribution networks in substations, switchgear boxes, cubicles or directly at the consumers premises such as smart buildings, hospitals, industrial infrastructures etc. Core of the instrument is a modified SMP or SMPQ analyser. Its features and functions closely corresponds to the -BX enclosure version. SMP-CA is another similar portable instrument with different enclosure. SMPQ-BX instruments are a fully featured power quality analysers with support for interharmonics, flicker indices (Pst, Plt), record of voltage events and weekly power quality evaluations according to EN 50160.

Key features • advanced portable power quality analyzer • based on SMPQ option F. built-in robust plastic box • continuous measurement of four voltages and currents • flexible Rogowski coil current sensors (up to 3000 A) • class S power monitoring according to the international standard IEC 61000-4-30, ed. 2. • embedded four quadrant three phase three tariff electricity meter • continuous power quality evaluation according EN 50160 (SMPQ-BX) • built-in USB 2.0 communication port

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Fully equipped embedded compact analyser

Technical specification

Main archive

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Aux. Voltage Power Overvoltage category measuring range

Option U: 85 ÷ 275 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC

Input impedance connection permanent overload

2,7 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

up to 3150 A, depends on selected range and type of current probe

permanent overload

-

surge overload measuring range

7 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

-25 ÷ 50°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11

Immunity

EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A

-

Protection rating

IP 40

-

Dimmensions

125 x 210 x 85 mm, 0,6 kg

TEMP

Operating

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B -

-

-

EMC

INPUT

COMMUNICATION

TEMP

CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

OTHER

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

I/O

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles Inter-Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip Yes Yes Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB

Accuracy

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

SMP-BX 0,10% 1,00% 1,00% 2,00% 0,02 0,02 0,20% 2,00% 2,00% Class 3 1,00% 0,30% 2,00% -

SMPQ-BX 0,10% 1,00% 1,00% 2,00% 0,02 0,02 0,20% 2,00% 2,00% Class 3 1,00% 0,30% 2,00% 5,00%


SMP-BX

Ordering options

SMPQ-BXp340 Instrument model SMP-BXp=pPortablepvariantpofpSMPpanalyser SMPQ-BXp=pPortablepvariantpofpSMPQpanalyser Current measuring options 300p=pWithoutpcurrentpmeasuring 340p=p4pcurrentpinputspforpBxxxpseriespflexiblepcurrentpsensors

Current sensor options

B3000h-hJRF1 Current ranges B10000h=hInomhh10000A/3000A/1000A/300A B3000hhh=hInomhh3000A/1000A/300A/100A B1000hhh=hInomhh1000A/300A/100A/30A B300hhhhh=hInomhh300A/100A/30A/10Ah Current sensor type JRF1hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh40cm JRF2hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh60cmh JRF3hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh100cm MFC0h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh25cmh MFC1h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh40cmh MFC2h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh60cm MFC3h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh100cm

Voltage cable options

HDSp-pCU3 Cable type HDSp=pVoltagepcablepforppSMP-BXpandpSMPQ-BX Current sensor type CU1WSpp=psinglepphase,pwithpplugpforpmeasuringpinpwallpsocketp CU1pp=psinglepphasepcable,ptwopwirespwithpbananapplugsp CU3pp=pthreepphasepcable,pfourpwirespwithpbananapplugs CU3DAp=pthreepphasepwithpseparatedpsupplypvoltage,psixpwires

HDS-CU1WS

HDS-CU1

HDS-CU3

HDS-CU3DA

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Fully equipped embedded compact analyser

Typical connection schema 100รท230 V AC 50 / 60 Hz

3 x 57.7/100 รท 230/400 V AC 50 / 60 Hz

L1

L L2

N

L3 N

PEN

PE B3000 / B1000 / B300

PE B3000

B3000

B3000

B3000

B3000

HDS-CU3

HDS-CU1WS 4 x B3000 / B1000 / B300

USB

U

MAX. 275VRMS / 800VRMS 300V CAT III RMS

I L1

I L3

I L2 125

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IN

65

210

Mechanical dimensions


SMP-CA Portable analyser in case

SMP-CA power quality analyzer is a programmable measuring and data logging set for measurement in LV distribution grids. It can be used in transformer stations, low voltage switchgear boxes or directly at consumers. SMPQ44-FT/4 panel instrument built in a plastic case is heart of the set. The SMP-CA analyser uses SMP line as a core instrument base and shares most of its functionality. Standard set contains voltage cables with croco-clips, power cord and USB communication cable. Optional accessories comprise current sensors, temperature sensor, connection adapters etc.

Key features • advanced portable power quality analyzer • based on SMPQ option F. built-in robust plastic case • continuous measurement of four voltages and currents • flexible Rogowski coil current sensors (up to 3000 A) • class S power monitoring according to the international standard IEC 61000-4-30, ed. 2. • embedded four quadrant three phase three tariff electricity meter • continuous power quality evaluation according EN 50160 (SMPQ) • fully configurable inputs and outputs • built-in USB 2.0 communication port with optional remote communication interface like RS 485 or Ethernet

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Portable Power Quality Analyzer

Technical specification

Option U: 85 ÷ 275 VAC / 80 ÷ 350 VDC

Input impedance connection permanent overload

2,7 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

up to 3150 A, depends on selected range and type of current probe

permanent overload

-

surge overload

-

measuring range

7 VA / 3 W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

Depending on temperature transmitter range

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Remote Ethernet 10Base-T (optional) KMBlong, MODBUS TCP protocols 4-wires (2 twisted pairs) 10 Mbit/s

Accuracy

COMMUNICATION

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B Remote RS-485 (optional) galvanically isolated KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols 2-wire connection 2400 ÷ 230400 baud

Digital Input ratings

5 VDC/1 mA, min 100 ms

Pt 100 input ratings

Range -50 ÷ 150°C

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11

Immunity

EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A

Protection rating

IP 41

Dimmensions

371 x 258 x 152 mm, 5 kg

I/O

Aux. Voltage Power Overvoltage category measuring range

D

INPUT

TEMP

CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

T

Main archive

TEMP

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

OTHER

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles Inter-Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip Yes Yes Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionally: 1 digital input, input for thermometer 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB, RS485, Ethernet

EMC

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

0,10% 1,00% 1,00% 2,00% 0,02 0,02 0,20% 2,00% 2,00% Class 3 1,00% 0,30% 2,00% 5,00%


SMP-CA

Ordering options

SMP-CATT4 Instrument model SMP-CAT=TSMPQT44TanalyserTinTrobustTcase Communication interface 4T=TRS-485 ET=TEthernetT10BaseT

Current sensor options

B3000h-hJRF1 Current ranges B10000h=hInomhh10000A/3000A/1000A/300A B3000hhh=hInomhh3000A/1000A/300A/100A B1000hhh=hInomhh1000A/300A/100A/30A B300hhhhh=hInomhh300A/100A/30A/10Ah Current sensor type JRF1hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh40cm JRF2hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh60cmh JRF3hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh100cm MFC0h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh25cmh MFC1h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh40cmh MFC2h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh60cm MFC3h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh100cm

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Portable Power Quality Analyzer

Typical connection schema

L1 L2 L3 N

PEN PE

B3000

B3000

B3000

B3000

100รท230 V AC 50 / 60 Hz

258

152

Mechanical dimensions

371

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NEMO 104 Compact power quality analyser NEMO 104 is a modular analyzer of power quality. In the basic package it is intended for continuous monitoring of four voltages and currents (in three phase AC networks). The number of monitored currents can be extended up to the maximum of 24 multiplexed inputs. The device shares many features and parameters with its built-in predecessor SMPQ. Compared to the basic SIMON 341 line of analysers it can additionally evaluate flicker severity indexes, inter-harmonics and handles voltage measurement fully according to IEC EN 610004-30 ed. 2. The power quality in NEMO 104 is evaluated according to EN 50160. it also records voltage events and other predefined phenomena. Its ultra compact case and IP-65 case is making this monitor an ideal choice for measurements in rough space limited environments.

Key features: • 4 voltage inputs, 4 current inputs • optionally up to 24 current inputs with multiplexer • ultra compact housing with silicone protectors • class S power monitoring according to the international standard IEC 61000-4-30, ed. 2. • power quality evaluation according to EN 50160 • supply voltage separated from measured • built-in lithium accumulator to cover power outages • internal memory for archives with capacity of 512 MB • USB communication interface and optional WiFi interface

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Portable Power Quality Analyzer

Technical specification

Main archive

INPUT

TEMP

CURRENT

Aux. Voltage Power Overvoltage category measuring range

85 ÷ 480 VAC / 80 ÷ 680 VDC

Input impedance connection permanent overload

15 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

up to 3150 A, depends on selected range and type of current probe

permanent overload

-

surge overload measuring range

7 VA / 7W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11

Immunity

EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A

-

Protection rating

IP 40

-

Dimmensions

138 x 73 x 58 mm, 0,25 kg

WiFi (option W) IEEE 802.11 b, g KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols

-

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Accuracy

COMMUNICATION

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B

-

-

TEMP

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

EMC

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

I/O

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip Yes Yes Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB, optionally: WiFi

OTHER

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

0,10% 0,50% 1,00% 2,00% 0,02 0,02 0,20% 1,00% 2,00% 0,50% 1,00% 0,30% 0,30% 5,00%


NEMO 104

Ordering options

NEMO(104(-(0(W

Typ přístroje NEMO(104(=(Portable(Network(Monitor Current Inputs 0(=(Without(input(for(current(probe 1(=(1(input(for(SPQ-I(current(probe((up(to(4(currents) Wireless communication interface N(=(Without(communication(interface W(=(Wi-Fi

Current probe options

SPQNI3aaa2N24JRF1 Current probe type SPQ2N2Probe2for2NEMO2class2instruments Current ranges I1aaaa2=2Inom221aaaaAO3aaaAO1aaaAO3aaA I3aaa222=2Inom223aaaAO1aaaAO3aaAO1aaA I1aaa222=2Inom221aaaAO3aaAO1aaAO3aA I3aa22222=2Inom223aaAO1aaAO3aAO1aA2 Number of current sensors 32=2three2current2sensors 42=2four2current2sensors Current sensor type JRF122=2JCD2rogowski2coilb2Ø212mmb2length24acm JRF222=2JCD2rogowski2coilb2Ø212mmb2length26acm2 JRF322=2JCD2rogowski2coilb2Ø212mmb2length21aacm MFCa2=2Algodue2rogowski2coilb22Ø28b3mmb2length225cm2 MFC12=2Algodue2rogowski2coilb22Ø28b3mmb2length24acm2 MFC22=2Algodue2rogowski2coilb22Ø28b3mmb2length26acm MFC32=2Algodue2rogowski2coilb22Ø28b3mmb2length21aacm

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Portable Power Quality Analyzer

Typical connection schema

AV1

L1

L2

L3

AV2

N

N4

L4

!

85-480V~ 8VA

!

MAX 800VRMS, 600V/CAT.IV

Mechanical dimensions 138

A1 A2 A3 A4

R B W

USB

ON

73

F

NEMO 104

AV1

L1

L2

L3

AV2

N

N4

L4

!

54

85-480V~ 8VA

!

MAX 800VRMS, 600V/CAT.IV

58

OFF


NEMO 304 Power Quality Analyser NEMO 304 is a modular analyzer of power quality. In the basic package it is intended for continuous monitoring of four voltages and currents (in three phase AC networks). The number of monitored currents can be extended up to the maximum of 24 multiplexed inputs. The device shares many features and parameters with its built-in predecessor SMPQ. Compared to the basic SIMON 341 line of analysers it can additionally evaluate flicker severity indexes, inter-harmonics and handles voltage measurement fully according to IEC EN 610004-30 ed. 2. The power quality in NEMO 104 is evaluated according to EN 50160. it also records voltage events and other predefined phenomena. Its ultra compact case and IP-65 case is making this monitor an ideal choice for measurements in rough space limited environments.

Key features: • four voltage inputs for measurement, separated power supply • input four current inputs for Bxxx current sensors • one input for PT 100 temperature sensor (optional) • 128 samples per period, aggregation 200 ms or higher (user defined) • voltage and currents are sampled continuously • measures frequency, power (active, reactive, distortion), power factors, harmonic components (63rd, including interharmonics and angles, THD), flicker... • records power quality events (dips, sags, swells), detailed event trends and oscillograms of the redefined events • power quality evaluation according to EN 50160 • internal memory capacity 512 Mb • USB port for configuration and data acquisition, optionally WiFi, GPRS, HSDPA module for remote communication • internal battery backed real time clock

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Fully equipped embedded analyser

Technical specification

85 ÷ 480 VAC / 80 ÷ 680 VDC

Input impedance connection permanent overload

15 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

up to 3150 A, depends on selected range and type of current probe

permanent overload

-

surge overload

-

measuring range

7 VA / 7W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

-50 ÷ 150 °C

GPRS (option G) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols HSDPA/UMTS + GPS (option H) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols

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Accuracy

COMMUNICATION

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B WiFi (option W) IEEE 802.11 b, g KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols

Analog input ratings

2 ÷ 22 mA, impedance 75 Ω

Pt100 input ratings

Range -50 ÷ 150°C

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11

Immunity

EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A

Protection rating

IP 40

Dimmensions

250 x 210 x 65 mm, 1 kg

I/O

Aux. Voltage Power Overvoltage category measuring range

A

INPUT

TEMP

CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

T

Main archive

TEMP

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

EMC

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip Yes Yes Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionally: input for thermometer or analog input 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB, optionally: WiFi, GPRS, HSDPA/UMTS

OTHER

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

0,10% 0,50% 1,00% 2,00% 0,02 0,02 0,20% 1,00% 2,00% 0,50% 1,00% 0,30% 0,30% 5,00%


NEMO 304

Ordering options

NEMOB3U4BHB,BABWBG Instrument model NEMOB3U4B=BPortableBNetworkBMonitor Current inputs ,B=B4BcurrentBinputsBforBBxxxBcurrentBsensors Analog inputs NB=BWithoutBinputs AB=BUI4FBHB2UBmABcurrentBloopBinput TB=BInputBforBtemperatureBsensor Wireless communication interface 1 NB=BWithoutBcommunicationBinterface WB=BWiHFi Wireless communication interface 2 NB=BWithoutBcommunicationBinterface GB=BGPRSBmodem HB=BHSDPA/UMTSBmodemdBGPS

Current sensor options

B3000h-hJRF1 Current ranges B10000h=hInomhh10000A/3000A/1000A/300A B3000hhh=hInomhh3000A/1000A/300A/100A B1000hhh=hInomhh1000A/300A/100A/30A B300hhhhh=hInomhh300A/100A/30A/10Ah Current sensor type JRF1hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh40cm JRF2hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh60cmh JRF3hh=hJuDhrogowskihcoil,hØh12mm,hlengthh100cm MFC0h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh25cmh MFC1h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh40cmh MFC2h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh60cm MFC3h=hAlgoduehrogowskihcoil,hhØh8,3mm,hlengthh100cm

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Fully equipped embedded analyser

Typical connection schema

80~680DVDC

B3000

B3000

B3000

85-480V~8 VA

L1

3000

3000

3000

3000

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

300

300

300

300

300

300

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

N

AV2

A1 A2 A3 A4

R

B W

N4

NEMO 304 85-480V~8DVA

L3

B3000

3000

1000

300

MAX 800V RMS, 300V CATIII

L2

B3000

3000

1000

NEMO 304 AV1

B3000

B3000

3000

I1

I2

I3

I4

AV1

ON

L4

Ext.

OFF

AV2

A1 A2 A3 A4

R

B W

MAXD800VDRMS,D300VDCATIII

L1

L2

L3

USB

N

N4

L4

I1

I2

I3

I4

USB

ON Ext.

OFF

Mechanical dimensions 240

NEMO 304 85-480V~89VA

L2

L3

N

N4

L4

I1

I2

I3

I4

R

B W

USB

ON Ext.

OFF

58

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A1 A2 A3 A4

MAX9800V9RMS,9300V9CATIII

L1

65

AV1


NEMO 332 Multi-channel power quality analyser

NEMO is a portable multifunctional power meter and power analyser with data-logger functions. It is suitable for low, medium and high voltage networks (measured via voltage transformer). Its large internal memory can store months of typical measurements and also records disturbance data, log, electricity meter reading and other critically important information. It can measure up to 32 currents/powers together with 4 voltages and thus is very suitable for applications where several local consumptions must be compared during the same period of time. Current probes are replaceable and its wire allows this measurement to span several cabinets.

Key features: • 4 voltage inputs • up to 8x4 current inputs to connect SPQ-I current probe (32 currents) • class S power monitoring according to the international standard IEC 61000-4-30, ed. 2. • power quality evaluation according to EN 50160 • power supply - external voltage 100 - 400VAC , through USB interface • built-in lithium accumulator to cover power outages • internal memory for archives with capacity of 512 MB • USB communication interface and optional WiFi interface • 128 samples per period, aggregation 200 ms or higher (user defined)

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Portable Power Quality Analyzer

Technical specification

85 ÷ 480 VAC / 80 ÷ 680 VDC

Input impedance connection permanent overload

15 MΩ (Li ↔N) wye, delta 800 VRMS

surge overload

1200 VRMS for 1min

measuring range

up to 3150 A, depends on selected range and type of current probe

permanent overload

-

surge overload

-

measuring range

7 VA / 7W CAT III / 300 V 3 ÷ 800 VAC /5 ÷ 1380 VAC (phase/line)

-50 ÷ 150 °C

GPRS (option G) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols HSDPA/UMTS + GPS (option H) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols

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Accuracy

COMMUNICATION

Local USB 2.0 (standard) KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols Connector Mini-B WiFi (option W) IEEE 802.11 b, g KMBlong, MODBUS RTU protocols

Analog input ratings

2 ÷ 22 mA, impedance 75 Ω

Pt100 input ratings

Range -50 ÷ 150°C

Operating

-25 ÷ 60°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Storage

-40 ÷ 85°C, <95% non-condens. environ.

Emmision

EN 61000 – 4 – 2, EN 61000 – 4 – 3, EN 61000 – 4 – 4, EN 61000 – 4 – 5, EN 61000 – 4 – 6, EN 61000 – 4 – 11

Immunity

EN 55011 - class A, EN 55022 - class A

Protection rating

IP 40

Dimmensions

250 x 210 x 65 mm, 1 kg

I/O

Aux. Voltage Power Overvoltage category measuring range

A

INPUT

TEMP

CURRENT

VOLTAGE

POWER

Others

Electricity Meter Readings Voltage Event logging PQ Event trends recording Waveforms recording Alarms Inputs/Outputs Memory Size RTC Communication

T

Main archive

TEMP

Datalogging

Reactive Energy

EMC

Active Energy

U1, U2, U3, UN U12, U23, U31 IL1, IL2, IL3, ILN P1, P2, P3, PN, 3P (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) Q1, Q2, Q3, QN, 3Q (import, export, total, 1 st harmonic) S1, S2, S3, SN, 3S D1, D2, D3, DN PF1, PF2, PF3, PFN, 3PF cosϕ1, cosϕ2, cosϕ3, cosϕN, 3cosϕ, zero, negative and positive sequence components of voltage and current unbI, unbU, ϕnsI THDU1, THDU2, THDU3, THDUN THDI1, THDI2, THDI3, THDIN Harmonics 1st to 63rd of Voltage and Current and their angles U1fh, U2fh, U3fh, Unfh, I1fh, I2fh, I3fh, INfh f Import (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Export (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Import (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3), Total Export (Tariff 1, Tariff 2, Tariff 3) Inductive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Capacitive (E1, E2, E3, ΣE), Total Inductive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3), Total Capacitive (Tariff1, Tariff2, Tariff3) min., max., avg. values of ULN, ULL, I, P, Q, S, D, THDU, THDI, f Avg. values of individual harmonics and their angles, Ufh, Ifh, Symetrical components, Unbalance factors, state of I/Os Active and reactive imp. and exp. energy per phase (L1, L2, L3) and per tariff (T1, T2, T3) Saq, Swell, Dip Yes Yes Logical functions, under/over limit of V, I, P, Q, S, unbl, THD, cos, f Optionally: input for thermometer or analog input 512MB seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years USB, optionally: WiFi, GPRS, HSDPA/UMTS

OTHER

Metering

Phase Voltage (ULN) Line Voltage (ULL) Current (I) Power (P) Reactive Power (Q) Aparent Power (S) Distortion Power (D) Power Factor (PF) cosϕ Symetrical Components Unbalance Factor Voltage THD (THDU) Current THD (THDI) Individual Harmonics Inter-Harmonics Fundamental Harmonic (Ufh, Ifh) Frequency (f)

Voltage Current Power Reactive Power Power Factor cosϕ Frequency Active Energy Reactive Energy Harmonics of Voltage Harmonics of Current THD of Voltage THD of Current Flicker

0,10% 0,50% 1,00% 2,00% 0,02 0,02 0,20% 1,00% 2,00% 0,50% 1,00% 0,30% 0,30% 5,00%


NEMO 332

Ordering options

NEMOQ33,QdQUQAQWQG Instrument model NEMOQ3/4Q=QPortableQNetworkQMonitor Current inputs UQ=QUQinputQforQSPQQcurrentQprobeQmupQtoQ4QcurrentsT 4Q=Q4QinputsQforQSPQQcurrentQprobesQmupQtoQU6QcurrentsT 8Q=Q8QinputsQforQSPQQcurrentQprobesQmupQtoQ3,QcurrentsT Analog inputs NQ=QWithoutQinputs AQ=Q/m4TQdQ,/QmAQcurrentQloopQinput TQ=QInputQforQtemperatureQsensor Wireless communication interface 1 NQ=QWithoutQcommunicationQinterface WQ=QWidFi Wireless communication interface 2 NQ=QWithoutQcommunicationQinterface GQ=QGPRSQmodem HQ=QHSDPADUMTSQmodemRQGPS

Current sensor options

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Portable Power Quality Analyzer

Typical connection schema

80~6807VDC

3000 1000 300 100

NEMO 332 85-480V~87VA

AV1

F5

F6

F7

F8 A1 A2 A3 A4

L2

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B W

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L3

AV1

N4

L4

F1

F2

F3

F5

F6

F7

F8 A1 A2 A3 A4

L2

USB

CURRENT7PROBES

N

AV2

Ext.

B W

L3

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F4

R

MAX7800V7RMS,7300V7CATIII

L1

USB

CURRENT7PROBES

N

AV2

R

MAX7800V7RMS,7300V7CATIII

L1

N4

OFF

L4

F1

F2

F3

ON

F4 Ext.

OFF

3000 1000 300 100

NEMO 332 85-480V~87VA

AV1

F5

F6

F1

F2

F7

F8 A1 A2 A3 A4

L2

B W

L3 USB

CURRENT7PROBES

AV2

R

MAX7800V7RMS,7300V7CATIII

L1

N

N4

L4

F3

ON

F4 Ext.

OFF

Mechanical dimensions 240

NEMO 332 85-480V~89VA

F5

F6

F7

F8 A1 A2 A3 A4

B W

L3 USB

N

N4

L4

F1

F2

F3

ON

F4 Ext.

OFF

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AV2

R

MAX9800V9RMS,9300V9CATIII

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Power Factor Controllers

2nd tarif Input

Supply Volt. Up To 500V

Relay common pole Separated

Temp. Meas. & fan Control

Fast Compensation

Optional Remote Comm.

Panel 144×144

Panel 96×96

DIN-rail

3-phase Controller

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Sensitivity [mA]

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Development and production of NOVAR power factor controllers is one of company’s most important activities. In the following overview the devices for fully automated and optimal compensation of reactive power are presented. Portfolio includes classic power factor controllers operation with electromechanical contactors as well as components for fast compensation systems - fast power factor controller and thyristor switching blocks. PFC’s are produced in three different housings. Typical enclosure type is panel mountable housing (144x144mm). It can be equipped with an optional communication line1 and monitored in ENVIS application. For less demanding applications we designed compact line of PFC’s (NOVAR 1006/1007/1006D/1007D) in 96x96 panel housing and for DIN35-rail. NOVAR 11xx/12xx with “/S400” option can be used at isolated networks (without neutral wire). It has increased maximum power supply voltage up to 500 V, both AC and DC and the common contacts of relays are isolated and connected to additional terminals.

1 Please

consider using this feature for all new designs where possible as the software alerts are much faster reaction to any problem with the compensation then the billing system of a customer. The communication and control feature leads to significant cost savings during operation of the cabinet.

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Mechanical dimensions

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NOVAR 1005/1007 & NOVAR 1005D/1007D NOVAR 1005 and NOVAR 1007 power factor controllers are enhanced successors of very popular compact NOVAR 5 controller. These models are primarily intended for smaller and less demanding applications with budgetary constraints. The current sensitivity was increased in this innovated line. The NOVAR 1005 controller if fully backward compatible with the NOVAR 5 model (terminal, wiring). Furthermore, the NOVAR 1007 has 8 output relays. Both models are produced in two different housings. Standard model is determined for panel mounting. Models marked with D, such as NOVAR 1005D or NOVAR 1007D features different housing which is determined for DIN-rail installation.

Key features: • compact 96 x 96 mm panel footprint (NOVAR 1005/1007) • DIN-rail mountable box (NOVAR 1005D/1007D) • 6 (NOVAR 1005) or 8 (NOVAR 1007) control outputs • current measurement sensitivity 0.02 A • aimed for smaller less demanding applications • features Automatic Control Section Recognition • independent alarm warnings • precise measurement and control functions even under conditions of voltage or current waveform distortion

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Compact power factor controllers

Technical specifications Measurement Principles • high current and power factor measurement accuracy are achieved by utilizing precise 12-bit A/Dconverter and digital signal processing using a microprocessor and FFT algorithm • precise measurement and control functions even under conditions of voltage or current waveform distortion by higher harmonic components • evaluation of total harmonic distortion (THD) level by up to the nineteenth harmonic component • evaluation of current harmonic load of capacitors • temperature measurement with built-in sensor Control Principles • governor’s speed of response independently programmable for conditions of under-compensation and overcompensation, respectively • the preset speed of response increases in proportion to instantaneous control deviation, that is either with the value squared or in direct proportion to the ratio of the control deviation to the smallest capacitor section value (C/kM IN ) • adjustable control range to reduce the number of control interventions in systems with a wide control range at high loads • mains decompensation option • two-rate operation controlled by energy flow direction • any output can be set as fixed, the two highest outputs can also be used either as alarm output or to connect the cooling or heating circuits Automatic Connection Detection • any combination of measuring voltage and current • automatic detection of connection and compensation systems, nominal voltage on governor setup Automatic Control Section Recognition • when switching it on, the governor automatically recognizes the sections power ratings • it is possible to connect any combination of the control sections Specifying Section Value, Disabling Faulty Sections • continuous specification of section value recognized in the control process • continuous checking of control sections in the control process and in case of repeated failure detection, temporary disablement of the faulty section and possibly concurrent alarm actuation • periodic recheck of the temporarily disabled sections in five days and on positive test results (for example when replacing a section’s burnt fuse link), enabling them again Programmable Alarm • independently settable alarm’s warning and actuation functions

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NOVAR 1106/1114 & NOVAR 1206/1214 NOVAR 1xxx reactive power controllers are fully automatic instruments that allow optimum control of reactive power compensation. They take their design concepts from the NOVAR 1xx/2xx line of instruments, bringing up a number of improvements and new features while keeping the way of operation. The instruments features precise voltage and current measurement circuits, and the digital processing of values measured provides high evaluation accuracy of both true root–mean–square values of voltage, current and power factor values. The built-in temperature sensor measures the temperature inside the distribution board cabinet. The instrument’s installation is fully automatic. The controller automatically detects both the connection configuration and the value of each compensation section connected. Entering these parameters manually is also possible.

Key features: • up to 14 outputs (1114/1214) • current measurement sensitivity 2 mA • optional RS232, RS485 or Ethernet remote communication interface • input for 2nd tariff (1206/1214) • optional supply voltage up to 500 V (/S400 models) • separated common pole of relays connected to additional terminals (/S400 models)

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Power factor controllers

Technical specifications Measurement Principles • high current and power factor measurement accuracy are achieved by utilizing precise 12-bit A/Dconverter and digital signal processing using a microprocessor and FFT algorithm • precise measurement and control functions even under conditions of voltage or current waveform distortion by higher harmonic components • evaluation of total harmonic distortion (THD) level by up to the nineteenth harmonic component • evaluation of current harmonic load of capacitors Control Principles • governor’s speed of response independently programmable for conditions of under-compensation and overcompensation, respectively • the preset speed of response increases in proportion to instantaneous control deviation, that is either with the value squared or in direct proportion to the ratio of the control deviation to the smallest capacitor section value (C/k) • adjustable control range to reduce the number of control interventions in systems with a wide control range at high loads • mains decompensation • any control section can be set as fixed, that is as constantly connected or constantly disconnected Two-rate Operation • selectable two-rate operation controlled with flow direction of active power • two-rate operation can be controlled with an external signal (contact) in NOVAR 1206 and NOVAR 1214 Automatic Connection Detection • any combination of measuring voltage and current • automatic detection of connection and compensation systems nominal voltage on governor setup Automatic Control Section Recognition • when switching it on, the governor automatically recognizes the sections power ratings • it is possible to connect any combination of the control sections Specifying Section Value, Disabling Faulty Sections • continuous specification of section value recognized in the control process • continuous checking of control sections in the control process and in case of repeated failure detection, temporary disablement of the faulty section and possibly concurrent alarm actuation • periodic recheck of the temporarily disabled sections in five days and on positive test results (for example when replacing a section’s burnt fuse link), enabling them again Programmable Alarm • independently settable alarm’s warning and actuation functions

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NOVAR 1312 Fast power factor controller NOVAR 1312 reactive power controllers or governors are designed for compensation systems where conventional governors with relay outputs to control circuit breakers do not meet requirements. They are especially systems where rapid frequent changes in reactive power take place (elevators, welding machines, etc.), but also for instance systems with strict requirements on electromagnetic noise suppression and power quality. The governor has semiconductor switches to control thyristor switching modules and fast processor core that allows up to 10 control interventions in one second. Together with KATKA thyristor switching modules, it provides optimum control of reactive power compensation. The instrument features precise voltage and current measurement circuits and digital processing of measurement values achieves high accuracy of rendering voltage, current, and power factor values. FFT algorithm is used to render harmonic components. This provides precise measurement and control even in conditions of harmonic distortion. An inbuilt thermal sensor provides temperature measurement inside the switchboard cabinet. The two highest outputs can be used to switch on and off cooling or heating. The governor allows building combined compensation systems utilizing both thyristor switching modules and circuit breakers. The governor can be purchased with an optional galvanically isolated RS-232 or RS-485 communication port. It is thus possible to monitor all measurement values and set instrument‘s parameters using a remote computer.

Key features: • up to 10 control intervention per second • 12 transistor switched outputs and 2 conventional relay outputs • current measurement sensitivity 2 mA • compatible with KATKA Thyristor Switching Modules • allows combined compensation systems for both thyristor switching modules and contactors • optional RS232, RS485 or Ethernet remote communication interface

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Fast power factor controller

Control Principles Semiconductor switches are controlled using rapid control process. There are a measurement stage, rendition stage and control intervention stage. Process rate can be set in the range from 1 to 10 Hz (1 to 10 control interventions per second). In rendering the optimum control intervention, only each control section’s value is important and sections of the same values are switched in a rotating fashion. If low power discharging resistors are used, reconnection lockout time can be set between 0.1 and 10 seconds. Slow control process controls conventional circuit breakers. It needs to respect the limitations from circuit breaker features and useful life. The measurement stage takes place once in a second. Depending on control deviation detected and preset control cycle, the control stage timing is controlled. The control stage can only repeat once every five seconds. In control intervention rendition, the reconnection lockout time setting has to be respected too. Optimum control intervention is chosen not only respecting compensation bank values, but also the number of connections of each bank, time since last disconnection, and the total number of switching operations within the control intervention. Typically the rapid control process provides compensation, within fractions of a second, of power factor variations that correspond to the thyristor banks‘ instantaneous compensation capacity. If power factor variation exceeds certain limits, the slow control process renders the resulting control deviation and the slow control process control delay is counted down. When the countdown reaches zero, a control intervention, using circuit breaker banks, is carried out.

KATKA Thyristor Switching Modules Thyristor switching modules of the KATKA line have been designed especially for switching power factor correction capacitors in rapid reactive power compensation (up to 20 control interventions in one second) in conjunction with fast power factor controllers NOVAR 1312. They can, of course, be also used in other applications where contact-less load switching is required. The modules are designed to switch a star- or delta-wired, symmetric or asymmetric, capacitive, resistive or inductive load in a 400/230-volt (440/250-volt) system. Load is connected under near-zero voltage (typically 5 volts) across the switching device and disconnected on zero-cross current. Thus, unlike conventional circuit breakers, these modules do not produce unwanted noise within the power system. Other benefits of contact-less switching are improved life time of switching device or fast connection and disconnection of compensation steps. Technical Specifications – KATKA Thyristor Switching Modules Parameter Unit Katka 20-D Katka 20-T nominal operating voltage maximum blocking voltage maximum operating current maximum rate of current rise dI/dt conductor cross-section number of switches load character auxiliary voltage (for fan) fan power (temperature controlled) auxiliary conductor cross-section fan threshold temperature 1) control voltage / current - DC control conductor cross-section thermal protection (module switched off) overvoltage class / pollution degree overvoltage protection mechanical protection temperature - operating (maximum load) operating humidity – non condensing dimensions WxHxD mass

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V V A A/us mm2 V VA mm2 °C V / mA mm2 °C IP °C % mm kg

400/230±10% 440/250±10% 1600 29 50 10 2 C/R/L 24 / 10 2.5 — 3 / II C 20 -20 ~ +45 5 ~ 95 122x192x117 2.05

400/230±10% 440/250±10% 1600 22 50 10 3 C/R/L 24 / 10 2.5 — 3 / II C 20 -20 ~ +45 5 ~ 95 122x192x117 2.15

Katka 80-D

Katka 80-T

400/230±10% 440/250±10% 1600 87 50 25 2 C/R/L 230±10% 32 2.5 60±5 24 / 10 2.5 100±5 3 / II C 20 -20 ~ +45 5 ~ 95 122x245x157 3.35

400/230±10% 440/250±10% 1600 67 50 25 3 C/R/L 230±10% 32 2.5 60±5 24 / 10 2.5 100±5 3 / II C 20 -20 ~ +45 5 ~ 95 122x245x157 3.45


NOVAR 1414 Three phase PFC NOVAR 1414 is based on NOVAR 1214 and shares most of it’s features but despite of other models, this controller model has three current measurement inputs and one voltage measurement input. It is capable to measure load in each of three phases separately and then evaluates threephase power factor from measured values from each phase for the control. Therefore, it is suitable especially for applications with great or variable load unbalance.

Key features: • measures power factor in each line separately • improves three phase PFC for unbalanced loads • 14 independent compensation section + alarm relay • fully automatic control section recognition • embedded temperature sensor and relay for temperature control • standard case for 144 x 144 mm cut-out • 2 mA current sensitivity • optional RS-485 or Ethernet communication interface

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Three phase PFC

Technical Specifications Measurement Principles • measures current in all three lines • high current and power factor measurement accuracy are achieved by utilizing precise 12-bit A/Dconverter and digital signal processing using a microprocessor and FFT algorithm • precise measurement and control functions even under conditions of voltage or current waveform distortion by higher harmonic components • evaluation of total harmonic distortion (THD) level by up to the nineteenth harmonic component • evaluation of current harmonic load of capacitors Control Principles • governor’s speed of response independently programmable for conditions of under-compensation and overcompensation, respectively • the preset speed of response increases in proportion to instantaneous control deviation, that is either with the value squared or in direct proportion to the ratio of the control deviation to the smallest capacitor section value (C/k) • adjustable control range to reduce the number of control interventions in systems with a wide control range at high loads • mains decompensation • any control section can be set as fixed, that is as constantly connected or constantly disconnected Two-rate Operation • selectable two-rate operation controlled with flow direction of active power • two-rate operation can be controlled with an external signal (contact) Automatic Connection Detection • any combination of measuring voltage and current • automatic detection of connection and compensation systems nominal voltage on governor setup Automatic Control Section Recognition • when switching it on, the governor automatically recognizes the sections power ratings • it is possible to connect any combination of the control sections Specifying Section Value, Disabling Faulty Sections • continuous specification of section value recognized in the control process • continuous checking of control sections in the control process and in case of repeated failure detection, temporary disablement of the faulty section and possibly concurrent alarm actuation • periodic recheck of the temporarily disabled sections in five days and on positive test results (for example when replacing a section’s burnt fuse link), enabling them again Programmable Alarm • independently settable alarm’s warning and actuation functions

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NOVAR 25xx & 26xx Three phase PFC The NOVAR 25xx and the NOVAR 26xx are the first models of the innovated new PFC line. These controllers are based on precise and powerful three-phase measurement and combine multifunctional panel meter and power quality analyzer with power factor control functionality in the same box. The built-in meter can be optionally equipped with memory for datalogging of measured quantities and various events in the network. The instrument can be used for long time network data recording. For on-line monitoring, the controllers can be provided with remote communication interface. The two models differ from each other in display type. The NOVAR 25xx has 128x64 dots graphic LCD-display and the NOVAR 26xx has more comfortable 240x160 dots graphic LCD-display. Both of the models can be delivered with varying number of outputs & inputs, different optional datalogging capabilities and communication interfaces - RS485 and Ethernet.

Key features: • measures power factor in each line separately • individual phase power factor control capability using single- / two- / three-phase capacitors and chokes • up to 18 output sections, relay or solid-state • combined mains compensation & decompensation capability • 144x144 mm plastic box for panel mounting with LCD or OLED graphic display

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Three phase PFC

Power Factor Control

• individual phase power factor control capability using single- / two- / three-phase capacitors and chokes • selectable power factor control strategy : both three- and single-phase control / three-phase control only / three independent single-phase controls

• up to 18 output sections, relay or solid-state • governor’s speed of response independently programmable for conditions of undercompensation and overcompensation, respectively

• the preset speed of response increases in proportion to instantaneous control deviation, that is either with the value squared or in direct proportion to the ratio of the control deviation to the smallest capacitor section value (Cmin)

• adjustable control range to reduce the number of control interventions • combined mains compensation & decompensation capability selectable two-rate operation • automatic output section recognition, any combination of the output sections possible • continuous checking of output sections in the control process and in case of repeated failure detection, temporary disablement of the faulty section and possibly concurrent alarm actuation; periodic recheck of the temporarily disabled sections and on positive test results (for example when replacing a section’s burnt fuse link), enabling them again automatically

• wide assortment of independently settable alarm’s warning and actuation functions Measurement & Evaluation

• three measurement wide range voltage inputs, star / delta / Aron connection • three measurement current inputs for xxx/ 5A or xxx /1A CTs • connection sampling rate 128 samples/period, 8 periods evaluation cycle (˜160 ms at 50 Hz) • continuous (gap-less) measurement of voltage, discontinuous (multi-range) measurement of current • evaluation of harmonic components up to 25th • fixed window / floating window / thermal average values with minimum & maximum values registration • built-in four-quadrant three tariff electricity meter: – maximum of average active power value (power demand) • built-in thermometer, optional input for external Pt100 temperature sensor, optional digital input Communication

• optional remote communication interface (RS 485 / Ethernet (with webserver)) • optional USB 2.0 communication port for fast data acquisition, configuration and firmware upgrades • proprietary protocol with free data acquisition software ENVIS • MODBUS RTU and MODBUS TCP protocols for simple integration with third party SCADA software Datalogging Capabilities (Selected Models Only)

• battery backed up real time circuit (RTC) • selection of aggregation intervals from 1 second up to 24 hours • high memory capacity for recording of aggregated measurement values • automated electricity meter readings at preselected time intervals

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Ordering Options

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Distribution of PFC components

Distribution of Power Factor Correction components We are not only developing and manufacturing measuring instruments and power factor controllers. We are supplementing mainly our line of PFC NOVAR for other components necessary for power factor correction. Our portfolio contains detuned filter reactors, isolation transformers, shunt reactors, PFC capacitors, PFC contactors etc.

Detuned Filter Reactors • • •

2,5 to 100 kVAr detuning factor p = 5.6%, 7%, 14% voltage 400V, 440V, 480V, 525V

LV Isolation Transformers • up to900 kVA • also for medical applications, according to IEC 61558-2-15

Shunt Reactors

• all parameters of ELEKTRA products can be custom adjusted according to customer needs

PFC LV Capacitors • • •

MKP filled with ecological gel or gas voltage 130V to 1000V, 0,5-50 kVAr

PFC Contactors • power 12,5 kVAr to 100 kVAr • switching voltage 400 V až 690 V • control voltage 24V -400 V

Fuse switches • vertical and horizontal design • 160A to 1600A • fuse check without switching off

Power factor controller NOVAR • • • •

up to 18 outputs designed for panel or DIN-rail mounting fully automatic setup 1p and 3p measurement, relay and thyristor control

Thyristor switching modules KATKA • up to 87 kVAr

KMB HARD & SOFT Tř. Dr. M. Horákové 559, 460 06 Liberec 7 +420 485 130 314 kmb@kmb.cz www.kmb.cz

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ENVIS Software Suite: Tools for energy management and power quality evaluation ENVIS software is a framework for evaluation and supervision of power quality monitoring and energy efficiency data records. It retrieves, stores and serves the measured information from supported instruments and analyzers. ENVIS is a basic tool for configuration, management and data acquisition for our instruments. The software also provides on-line presentation of the actual device status and allows for simple and comfortable visualization and analysis of the archived historical data. Key audience: • energy billing and accounting personnel • Smart building operators • industrial plant management • advanced facility management • power quality technicians • maintenance crew Main Functions and Features: • Data acquisition and storage in binary files or SQL server • Online visualization of actual values, trends, input states • Analysis of records - charts, statistics, exports (PDF, XML, ...). • Visualization of events, transient records, electricity meter readings, logs and other data. • Evaluation of power quality according to EN 50160. • Analysis of energy consumption, energy profiles... • Simple manual or automated reporting on recorded data. • Remote configuration and reinitialization of instruments, counters, IO states etc.. • Archive management for measured data. • Support for many different measuring and control devices.

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Software solutions

Content of ENVIS Application Suite The installation package contains complete tool set for monitoring of energy efficiency, power quality and other related parameters. The tools for basic device management and data evaluation are available free of charge and can be downloaded from http://www.kmb.cz/. ENVIS application is the key SCADA and data analysis tool for administration and evaluation of the archived data â&#x20AC;&#x201C; this program visualizes trends, exports/imports and archives data, generates custom reports etc. ENVIS version 1.1+ supports all our recent instruments with communication or memory options such as: power factor controllers NOVAR, built-in power meters and analysers - PA, SMM, SML, SMN, SMC, SMV, SMP, SMPQ, portable analysers SIMON and BRAVO and several 3-rd party instruments. ENVIS.Daq (Data Acquisition) for instrument handling. Daq provides features for remote device configuration/programming, archive acquisition (download records) and saves it to various formats. This tool can be run as a standalone Windows application or initiated directly from ENVIS application. Analysers and meters can be managed over a broad range of modern communication lines such as RS485/RS232, USB, Ethernet, WiFi or GPRS. ENVIS.Online is a system service for standalone data retrieval. As such it needs no human interaction to perform preconfigured periodical tasks. It supports memory-less panel instruments as well as various 3-rd party electricity meters and smart meters, NOVAR power factor controllers and also the built-in analyzers. ENVIS.Online can download data periodically, check the status of instrument, generate reports automatically and distribute various preset alarms vie e-mail, SNMP, SMS or directly to desktop.

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ENVIS software suite

ENVIS application manages archive of energy consumption data and power quality data. Sources for this data warehouse are measuring instruments, power quality analysers, energy meters (also some 3rd party ModBus and M-Bus meters) and power factor controllers manufactured by KMB systems. A destination is typically SQL server database or binary file. ENVIS is also a data analysis tool - in the sample figure some of the features for analysis can be seen namely the visualized consumption profile, trends for various quantities, a specific power quality report analysis and a detail of single recorded voltage event. ENVIS is also a SCADA application for specific instruments - the ENVIS.Online system service is a reliable and transparent tool to handle instruments connected to your PC. It manages periodical downloads of the instrument. Also it monitors actual values of selected quantities or inputs and generate events/alarms based on the situation. Least but not last the service periodically generates and distributes reports, analysis or alerts to given e-mails. ENVIS.Online monitoring covers single instrument connected to the PC as well as multiple instruments geographically distributed over different communication networks such as Ethernet or GSM/GPRS. Flexible plug-in architecture of ENVIS provides foundation for extending of the functionality of the core application. We have already developed several custom plug-ins. The basic application can be extended with some features which are only selfdomly required. For specific projects we can also add special functions. In the past we have helped the ENVIS users to modify its visual appearance, modified reports, amended the actual content of the existing reports or added a completely new reports. We have supported the only power quality IEEE file format (PQDIF) through plug-in as well. The provided sample figure (right) shows Graphical plug-in with advanced visual and statistical data analysis functions. This specific plug-in contains scatter plot features, histogram generation options and similar. Do you believe you need to handle obtained data in a special way or to get custom outputs? Contact our R&D dept. and discus how the plug-in architecture can help you.

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KMB Product Catalogue 2013