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  1. Compact design criteria for feeder monitoring? PowerLogic®PM700 Series December 2008 PM700 series power meters

  2. Overview • The PM710/PM750 power meters are affordable, compact power and energy meters. • Apply on feeders where cost and installation space are important considerations. • Install into new equipment or retrofit into existing installations.

  3. CM4000 Apply to Critical Power • Extensive Power Quality • Transient Detection (CM4-T) • Wave shape fault recording • Variety of I/O options • Highest revenue accuracy • GPS time synchronization CM3000 Apply to Mains and Key Feeders • Advanced Power Monitoring • Power Quality with disturbance detection and 100 ms event recording • Onboard data logging with 8 MB of memory • Disturbance direction detection The PowerLogic power monitoring family Functionality PM800 Apply to Mains and Feeders • Comprehensive Power Metering • Basic Power Quality • Onboard data logging • Compact Design • Disturbance waveform Capture PM700 Apply to Feeders • Power Metering • Sub-metering / cost allocation • THD monitoring

  4. Part of a complete solution • PM710/PM750 power meters can be used for standalone panel instrumentation, or as a key component in a complete PowerLogic power monitoring and control solution that provides transparent access to all of your intelligent devices. • Software • Power View Software • System ManagerTMS (data only) • Data Communications • ECC 21 • EGX-100 • EGX-400 • Modems • Intelligent Devices • Circuit monitors • Power meters • Low voltage breakers • Med voltage relays • Other Modbus devices The PM710 and PM750 power meters’ have standard RS-485 Modbus communications, allowing you to view data in power monitoring software, or integrate data into Building Automation and SCADA systems. Energy and power quality meters and monitors Other compatible devices

  5. Applications • The PM710/PM750 Power Meters provide accurate and reliable information that make it ideal for: • Energy/demand management • Low voltage panel instrumentation • Cost allocation • Machine monitoring

  6. Energy/Demand Management • The PM710/PM750 Power Meters help to identify potential opportunities to reduce consumer peak demand for electricity. • Some of the actions that the PM750’s could help are: • Energy efficiency and power factor correction improvements • Load shifting from peak to non-peak times • Load Curtailment (interruption to part or full load of the customer) by winding systems or processes down with an appropriate notification • Fuel switching, such as changing from electricity to gas

  7. PM 710 PM750 Power Factor Absolute Signed 15 user-configurable alarms  Onboard digital I/O 2 In / 1 Out RS-485 Modbus communication   THD (voltage and current)   Min/Max values with reset   Basic metering (voltage, current, power, energy, demand, frequency, etc.)   Accuracy Real Energy (IEC 62053-21 Class 1)  IEC62053-22 Class 05.S ANSI C12.16 Class 1 C12.20 Class 05 Features • These models satisfy a range of applications—from the PM710 for basic panel instrumentation, to the PM750 with standard RS-485 communications, I/O and alarming.

  8. Display • Backlit LCD display • Anti-glare, scratch resistant • Displays four values simultaneously; view three phases and neutral • View summary screens and bar chart displays to see a snapshot of your system • Intuitive, self-guiding menus are easy to use without training The power meter’s large, backlit display is easy to read.

  9. External Connections • Power supply- 100-415 +- 10% VAC, 5VA. 125-250 +-20% VDC, 3 W • Voltage Inputs — 480 VAC L-L direct connect; eliminates the need for PTs in most LV Panels • Current inputs — rated from 5mA to 6A, able to withstand overcurrent up to 15A from CTs continuously • I/Os • PM750 – 2 digital inputs, 1 digital output • RS-485 2-wire Modbus communications (easy to tie into Ethernet via EGX) • Communicate to System Manager software • Easy integration into PowerLogic System or 3rd party BAS/SCADA Systems • Supported by • PowerLogic ION Enterprise software • PowerLogic System Manager software • PowerLogic Powerview software • PowerLogic Tenant Metering Commercial Edition software • Downloadable Firmware PM750

  10. Compact Design • 96 x 96 x 50mm (depth behind panel) • Shallow depth saves panel space • Flush panel mount with a 92 x 92mm cutout • International standard design • Accuracy • IEC62053-22 • ANSI C12.20 • Safety • UL • CSA • IEC61010-1 • Electromagnetic Compability • CE • FCC

  11. Designed with the panel builders/OEM in mind • Single person installation • No tools required to mount the meter • Mounting resistance nibs hold meter until the mounting clips are snapped into place • Wide range control power supply • 100 – 415 Vac (5 vA); 125 – 250 Vdc (3 watts) • Simplifies ordering and logistics • Designed with the panel builders/OEMs in mind

  12. Accurate energy and power measurement • Full complement of basic metered values including: • Voltage, per phase (L-L, L-N) and 3-phase average • Current, per phase and neutral, and 3-phase average • Energy (kWh, kVARh, kVAh) • Power, per phase and 3-phase total (kW, kVA, kVAR) • Power Demand, present, last, and peak (kWd, kVAd, kVARd) • Current Demand, per phase, present and peak • Frequency and Power factor (signed with PM750) • THD, per phase (voltage and current) Metered values can be viewed on the power meter’s display, or on a remote PC using software.

  13. Accurate energy and power measurement • Minimum and maximum values with date/time stamps • Current and voltage • Power (total) • Power factor (total) • Frequency • THD, per phase (current and voltage) The Power Meter indicates the phase of the Minimum and Maximum reading for Voltage, Current and THD.

  14. Digital Inputs and Outputs • PM750 • 2 digital inputs • Use to monitor breaker status, or other status applications • Demand Interval Synch – will end the power demand interval on the OFF to ON transition. • 1 digital output configurable in one of three modes: • External—Controlled externally, for example by a programmable controller. • Alarm control—Controlled by the power meter in response to an alarm condition. When the alarm is active, the output is ON. • kWh Pulse—The meter generates a fixed-duration pulse output that represents kWh consumption.

  15. Customizable Alarming (PM750) • Fifteen user-configurable alarms • Configurable: Pick up, drop out, and delay • Alarms can be associated to I/O • Trigger alarms in response to a change in input status • Control an output in response to an alarm

  16. Applications • With the addition of an Ethernet Gateway, the meter can communicate via the existing network • Create a simple system using a power meter, EGX400, and a PC with web browser software. View: • Instantaneous readings of amps, voltage, power and energy • I/O status • Alarm status and history • No special software to install • For more advanced applications, consult your PowerLogic Specialist PC with Browser EGX400 Gateway PM7

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