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MeterMate 3.00 Overview. GE Electricity Metering School October 2~6, 2000. MeterMate 3.00 Structure. MeterMate Profile Manager Define up to 20 measures to be tracked by kV2 272 measurements to choose from MeterMate Program Manager (MMPROG)

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MeterMate 3.00 Overview

GE Electricity Metering School

October 2~6, 2000


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MeterMate 3.00 Structure

  • MeterMate Profile Manager

    • Define up to 20 measures to be tracked by kV2

    • 272 measurements to choose from

  • MeterMate Program Manager (MMPROG)

    • “MMWIN” equivalent for creating kV/kV2 programs, managing users & security codes

  • MeterMate Meter Comm (MMDOS)

    • Used to Read & Program kV/kV2 meters, generate reports, etc.

MM 3.00 Overview


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kV

kV2

MM 3.00 and MMLP 2.0

MM Profile

Manager

MM Program

Manager

Database

Update

MM DOS

Setup

MMLP

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Features (MMPROG)

  • Support for the kV2 meter, including:

    • Partial Programming capability

      • TOU Schedules & Calendars

      • I/O & Alerts: function and pulse value

      • Recorder parameters

    • Display Label editor

    • Totalization editor

    • Rate Selection editor

      • Defines TOU Schedule & Calendar resources

    • User Groups editor

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Features (MMDOS)

  • Support for the kV2 meter, including:

    • Partial Programming

    • Transformer Loss Compensation

    • Transformer Correction (for CT & VT errors)

    • Electronically “Seal” meters (kV/kV2)

    • Reconfigure Security Codes (kV/kV2)

    • New reports

      • Voltage Event Monitor

      • Harmonic Analysis

    • Upgrade/Downgrade soft switches

    • Faster communications (up to 57.6K baud)

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Concepts: Default vs. Template

  • Support Table Editors

    • Defaults:

      • Same concept used in MM 2.12

      • Used in MM 3.00 for Profile Independent Editors

      • Includes: Site, Meter Diagnostics, Rate Selection, and Modem Configuration Editors

      • May be modified and used directly by a Program

      • May be shared by kV or kV2 programs (except for Diagnostics support table)

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Concepts: Default vs. Template

  • Support Table Editors

    • Templates:

      • Used in MM 3.00 for Profile Dependent Editors

      • Includes: Basic Meter, Display Tables, I/O & Alerts, Recorder, and Totalization Editors

      • May not be modified or used directly by a Program

      • Defaults may be created from a Template for a profile dependent editor

      • A support table named Default in a profile dependent editor will be the starting point for new support tables that use the same Profile.

      • If no Default exists for a profile, the Template will be the starting point for a new support table.

MM 3.00 Overview



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New Concepts: Shared Resources

  • TOU Schedule and Calendar files

    • Now considered “Resources”

    • May be shared by kV and kV2 programs

    • Referenced in Rate Selection editor

    • Rate Selection support table may also be used in making a partial program

    • “Delayed implementation” of a Rate Selection support table is supported in the kV2

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Concepts: Partial Programming

  • Applies to kV2 Only

    • Rate Selection (TOU Schedule and Calendar)

      • Profile Independent

      • May use any defined TOU Schedule and Calendar

      • Must save as a unique Rate Selection table

      • May be implemented immediately or scheduled for future implementation

    • Recorder

      • Profile Dependent

      • May change any parameter in the editor except minimum power outage duration definition

      • Existing LP data in the meter will be cleared upon reprogramming the recorder parameters

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Concepts: Partial Programming

  • Applies to kV2 Only

    • I/O & Alerts

      • Profile Dependent

      • May change any output parameter

      • May only change input “magnitude per pulse” (not the type of input)

      • May change Prompt and Table choices

      • Interdependence with Totalization editor limits choices to existing I/O & Alerts tables only

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Concepts: Pending RTP

  • Applies to kV2 Only

    • Controlled by MMDOS commands

      • No Modem board required to change RTP state

      • Use the Program | reConfig | rTp commands

      • Choose “Immediate” or “Future” execution of the change of state request

      • For “Future”, define the date/time of execution, whether to “Activate” or “Deactivate” the RTP

      • Any RTP activation delay in the program starts at the date/time specified

MM 3.00 Overview


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New Concepts: User Groups

  • Applies to kV and kV2

    • Makes managing multiple users much easier

      • Create a User Group set of enabled functions

        • Examples: Technicians - Allowed to Program & Read; Readers - Allowed to Read and perform Demand Resets

      • New users get assigned to one of the User Groups

      • If upgrading from MM 2.12, old users will retain their assigned functions. A new “Group” is created for each MM 2.12 user.

MM 3.00 Overview