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CONTENT
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1.1 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3

COMMUNICATIONS SETUP
Setup communications on the M2x3 and I500 Ethernet Using Fixed IP address Local Port Ethernet (XPort) communication

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5.1 2.5.2 2.6 2.7

MODBUS INFORMATION
introduction Transactions Request Response Request - response cycle example Request Frame Response Frame Framing RTU framing

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3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.5 3.5.1 3.5.2 3.6 3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 3.7

MODBUS SUPPORTED FUNCTIONS AND USAGE


03 read from holding registers Request Frame Response Frame 04 read from input registers Request Frame Response Frame 06 write to a single holding register Request Frame Response Frame 16 (10 HEX) write to one or more registers Request Frame Response Frame 17 (11HEX) report slave id Request Frame Response Frame 77 (4D HEX) read measurement string Request Frame Response Frame Value Codes 82 (52 HEX) re-read output buffer

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4.1

MODBUS ERROR RESPONSES


Exception codes

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10

MODBUS REGISTER MAPS MODBUS DATA FOR M2X3 AND I5MT/MR/MQ


SYSTEM DATA MEASUREMENTS NORMALIZED MEASUREMENTS HARMONIC DATA MEASUREMENTS (IEEE 754) PRODUCT SETTINGS OUTPUT PARAMETERS OUTTYPES MODBUS DATA TYPES FLASH DATA

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15 17 27 31 33 37 57 58 65 68

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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5

MODBUS DATA FOR I5MC/MV/MS/ML


MEASUREMENTS NORMALISED MEASUREMENTS MEASUREMENTS (IEEE 754 ) PRODUCT SETTINGS MODBUS DATA TYPES

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8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4

DNP3.0 PROGRAMMING FOR M2X3 AND I5MT/MR/MQ


DNP 3.0 DEVICE PROFILE DOCUMENT DNP3.0 REGISTER MAP DATA TYPES DECODING 100% VALUE CALCULATIONS

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RELATED DOCUMENTS

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COMMUNICATIONS SETUP
The Setup of the communications on the I500 or M2x3 is achieved using the QDSP configuration software. QDSP can communicate with the iSTAT products via RS232, RS485, USB and Ethernet. The option used will depend on which communication port is fitted to the product. The QDSP software always uses Modbus protocol to communicate with the product.

1.1

Setup communications on the M2x3 and I500 The setup of the communication ports is done using the QDSP software and is detailed in a separate manual. It is suggested that the communications channel for the product required by the application is initially set up using QDSP running on a PC. Then when that is working correctly the product can be connected to the required intelligent device.

1.2

Ethernet When using the QDSP over Ethernet the set-up will depend on how the PC and the product are connected. The Communication interface must have a unique IP address in the Ethernet network. Two modes for assigning IP are available: Fixed IP address: In most installations a fixed IP address is required. A system provider usually defines IP addresses. An IP address should be within a valid IP range, unique for your network and in the same Subnet mask as your PC. DHCP: Automatic method of assigning IP addressed (DHCP) is used in most networks. If you are not sure if DHPC is used in your network, check it with your system provider.

1.2.1

Using Fixed IP address When the PC is directly connected to the Instrument a Fixed IP address will have to be used with the PC configured in the local area connection. If the connection is made without a Hub or Switch, the connection has to be made with a Crossover Ethernet cable. The fixed IP address can be set in the product using QDSP.

1.2.2

Local Port Is the physical connector on a device enabling the connection to be made. Use a non reserved port number from 1025 to 65535. If using Redirector software, the port number should be between 14000 and 14009.
Port numbers Function

1 1024, 9999, 30718 14000 14009 1.3 Ethernet (XPort) communication

Reserved numbers Reserved for Redirector

There are 2 types of Ethernet interfaces used on the M2x3. QDSP will always allow the setting of the IP address, but on the older version it does not allow the setting of Local Port etc. If required this has to be accessed using an internet browser. Any internet browser available can be used to access the interface in the product, type in the IP address of the product as the required internet address. The browser will communicate with the instrument and then display a request for password; press OK without entering a password and the XPORT screen will be displayed.

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Select <Server> to display Network settings where Subnet Mask and Default Gateway can be modified if required.

Select <Channel 1 - Connection> to show connection settings, where local port can be modified.

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No other settings need to be changed. When changes are complete select <Apply settings>

After downloading the settings it is necessary to reset the M2x3 device to make the changes active.

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2.1

MODBUS INFORMATION
introduction The Modbus protocol is a widely supported open interconnect protocol originally designed by Modicon that can be enabled on the M2x3 and I500 via RS232, RS485, USB or Ethernet communication. There are two Modbus protocol types: Modbus RTU for serial communication (and USB) and Modbus TCP for Ethernet communication. It is also possible to pass Modbus RTU communications over Ethernet. On Serial Communication, Modbus is a single master multiple slave protocol suitable for a multi-drop configuration as provided by the RS485 connection. Up to 32 devices can be connected in this way. Single - drop RS232 or USB connection is also possible.

2.2

Transactions Communication operates on a master-slave basis where only one device (the master) can initiate transactions called 'Requests'. The other devices (slaves) respond by supplying the requested data to the master. This is called the 'Request - Response Cycle'. Master to slave request: Device address Function Code nx8 bit data bytes Error check

Slave to master response: Device address 2.3 Request This Master to Slave transaction takes the form: Device address: Function code: Master addressing a slave (Address 0 is used for the broadcast address, which all slave devices recognise.). E.g. 04 ask the slave to read its Input Registers and respond with their contents. Tells the slave which register to start at and how many registers to read. Function Code nx8 bit data bytes Error check

Data bytes: 2.4 Response

This Slave to Master transaction takes the form: Device address: Function code: Data bytes: 2.5 To let the master know which slave is responding. This is an echo of the request function code. Contains the data collected from the slave.

Request - response cycle example Ia Data type T3 32 bit unsigned Data held in Modbus addresses 160.00 A = 16000* 10-2 A FE 00 3E 80(16) 30036(10) & 30037(10) 30036(10) - 30000(10) = 36(10)

00 24(16)

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 2.5.1 Request Frame Starting Register Slave Address HI LO 21 2.5.2 Response Frame Function code 04 00 24

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Register Count HI LO 00 02

CRC LO HI

Register Data Slave Address LO HI 21 2.6 Framing Function code 04 04 Byte Count FE 00 3E 80

CRC HI LO HI LO

There are two types of message framing for the serial communications, ASCII or RTU. iSTAT products supports RTU framing. 2.7 RTU framing In RTU mode, messages start and end with a silent interval of at least 3.5 character times (t1-t2-t3-t4 as shown below). The advantage of this mode of framing is that it enables a greater character density and a better data throughput. However, each message must be transmitted in a continuous stream. If a silent interval of more than 1.5 character times occurs before completion of the frame, the device flushes the incomplete message and assumes that the next byte will be the address field of a new message. Start t1-t2-t3-t4 Address 8 bits Function 8 bits Data n x 8 bits CRC Check 16 bits End t1-t2-t3-t4

The Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) field is two bytes, containing a 16 bit binary value. The CRC value is calculated by the transmitting device, which appends the CRC to the message. The receiving device recalculates a CRC during receipt of the message, and compares the calculated value to the actual value it received in the CRC field. If the two values are not equal an error results. The CRC-16 calculation is an industry standard method used for error detection. One frame is transmitted as 1 start bit, 8 data bits and 2 stop bit. If parity is selected then the frame is transmitted as 1 start bit, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit. Where n > 1 data is transmitted most significant byte first. The CRC check is transmitted least significant byte first.

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MODBUS SUPPORTED FUNCTIONS AND USAGE


Code DEC 3 4 6 16 17 77 82 Code HEX 03 04 06 10 11 4D 52 to read from holding registers to read from input registers to write to a single holding register to write to one or more holding registers report slave ID read measurement string re-read output buffer (4XXXX memory references) (3XXXX memory references) (4XXXX memory references) (4XXXX memory references) 6 characters 1 byte value code (request) Use after broadcast request Function References

3.1

03 read from holding registers Reads the binary content of holding registers (4X references) in the slave. Broadcast is also supported.

3.1.1

Request Frame The query message specifies the starting register and quantity of registers (1 to 28) to be read. Registers are addressed starting at zero. Here is an example of a request to read registers 40009 ... 40010 from slave device 33: Starting Register Slave Address 21 Function Code 03 HI LO 00 09 Register Count HI LO 00 02 CRC LO HI

3.1.2

Response Frame The register data in the response message is packed as two bytes per register, with the binary contents right justified within each byte. For each register, the first byte contains the high order bits and the second contains the low order bits. Data is scanned in the slave at the rate of 28 registers per scan. The response is returned when the data is completely assembled. Here is an example of a response to the query: Register Data Slave Address 21 Function Code 03 Byte Count 04 HI LO HI LO 75 03 42 15 CRC LO HI

The contents of registers 40009 ... 40010 are 75 03 and 42 15 hex. 3.2 04 read from input registers Reads the binary content of input registers (3X references) in the slave. Broadcast is also supported 3.2.1 Request Frame The query message specifies the starting register and quantity (1 to 28) of registers to be read. Registers are addressed starting at zero. Here is an example of a request to read registers 30036 ... 30037 from slave device 33: Starting Register Slave Address 21 Function Code 04 HI LO 00 24 Register Count HI LO 00 02 CRC LO HI

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The register data in the response message is packed as two bytes per register, with the binary contents right justified within each byte. For each register, the first byte contains the high order bits and the second contains the low order bits. Data is scanned in the slave at the rate of 28 registers per scan. The response is returned when the data is completely assembled. Here is an example of a response to the query: Register Data Slave Address 21 Function Code 04 Byte Count 04 HI LO HI LO FE 00 3E 80 CRC LO HI

The contents of registers 30036 ... 30037 are FE 00 and 3E 80 hex. 3.3 06 write to a single holding register Pre-sets a value into a single holding register (4X reference). When broadcast, the function pre-sets the same register reference in all attached slaves. 3.3.1 Request Frame The query message specifies the register reference to be pre-set. Registers are addressed starting at zero; register 1 is addressed as 0. Here is an example of a request to pre-set register 40010 to 42 device 33: Register Address Slave Address 21 3.3.2 Response Frame The normal response is an echo of the query, returned after the register contents have been pre-set. Here is an example of a response to the query: Register Address Slave Address 21 3.4 Function Code 06 HI LO 00 0A Register Data HI LO 42 15 CRC LO HI Function Code 06 HI LO 00 0A Register Data HI LO 42 15 15 hex in slave CRC LO HI

16 (10 HEX) write to one or more registers Pre-sets values into a sequence of holding registers (4x references). When broadcast the function pre-sets the same register references in all attached slaves.

3.4.1

Request Frame The query message specifies the register references to be pre-set. Registers are addressed starting at zero; register 1 is addressed as 0. Here is an example of a request to pre-set two registers starting at 40000 to 41 42 and 43 44 hex (Enter Password ABCD), in slave device 33: Slave Address 21 Function Code 16 Starting Register HI LO 00 00 Register Count HI LO 00 02 Byte Count 04 Register Data HI LO HI LO 41 42 4344 CRC LO HI

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The normal response returns the slave address, function code, starting address, and quantity of registers pre-set. Here is an example of a response to the query shown above. Slave Address 21 Function Code 16 Starting Register HI LO 00 00 Register Count HI LO 00 02 CRC LO HI

If the password is not correct (L1 or L2 or BP), the response to the query is: Slave Address 21 3.5 Function Code 16 Starting Register HI LO 00 00 Register Count HI LO 00 02 CRC LO HI

17 (11HEX) report slave id Returns a description of the type of controller present at the slave address.

3.5.1

Request Frame Here is an example of a request to report the ID of slave device 33: CRC Slave Address 21 Function Code 11 LO HI

3.5.2

Response Frame The format of a normal response is shown below: Slave Address 21 Function Code 11 Byte Count 06 Register Data HI LO HI LO HI LO 20 4D 30 32 32 30 CRC LO HI

3.6

77 (4D HEX) read measurement string Reads the measurement value as an ASCII string. Broadcast is also supported. See list of value codes in section 4.6.3

3.6.1

Request Frame The query message specifies the value code of the measurement to be read. Here is an example of a response to read Total Real Power from slave device 33: Slave Address 21 Function Code 4D 04 Value Code CRC LO HI

3.6.2

Response Frame The ASCII string in the response message is packed as data bytes. The quantity of data bytes depends on the value code. Here is an example of the query: Slave Address 21 Function Code 4D 08 Byte Count String Data 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 2B 32 31 2E 31 33 35 6B CRC LO HI 49 35

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 3.6.3 Value Codes The value codes are described in the following table: Value Value Code Code DEC Hex 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F 20 21 22 23 Measurement Value Energy counter 1 Energy counter 2 Energy counter 3 Energy counter 4 Total Real Power A Phase Real Power B Phase Real Power C Phase Real Power Total Reactive Power A Phase Reactive Power B Phase Reactive Power C Phase Reactive Power Total I IA IB IC Average V VA VB VC Total Apparent Power A Phase Apparent Power B Phase Apparent Power C Phase Apparent Power Total Power Factor Power Factor A Power Factor B Power Factor C Frequency Frequency Frequency Frequency Total Power Angle Power Angle A Power Angle B Power Angle C Byte Count 15 15 15 15 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 12 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

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Example String Data "0000004.46kWh" "0000001.24kvarh" "0000005.71kWh" "0000002.86kvarh" "+21.135k" "+7046.3" "+7037.3" "+7051.1" "1208.7 var L" "0400.2 var L" "0406.4 var L" "0400.9 var L" "93.671" "31.227" "31.222" "31.222" "226.06" "226.08" "225.83" "226.27" "21.170k" "7057.3" "7049.0" "7062.8" "+0.998 L" "+0.998 L" "+0.998 L" "+0.998 L" "46.008" "46.008" "46.008" "46.008" "+003.26" "+003.25" "+003.30" "+003.25"

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Measurement Value IN Angle AB Angle BC Angle CA Average Vxy VAB VBC VCA Dynamic Demand Value 1 Dynamic Demand Value 2 Dynamic Demand Value 3 Dynamic Demand Value 4 Max Demand Since Reset 1 Max Demand Since Reset 2 Max Demand Since Reset 3 Max Demand Since Reset 4 Time Stamp MD 1 Time Stamp MD 2 Time Stamp MD 3 Time Stamp MD 4

Byte Count 6 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 13 12 12 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Example String Data "93.67" "+000.00" "+000.01" "-000.01" "000.3" "000.2" "000.24" "000.2" "Pt=+9.818kW" "Qt=6.504kvar" "St=12.89kVA" "It=56.91 A" "Pt=+11.26kW" "Qt=14.64kvar" "St=18.46kVA" "It=81.01 A" "03.SEP 14:11" "03.SEP 14:10" "03.SEP 14:10" "03.SEP 14:12"

82 (52 HEX) re-read output buffer This function should be used after the broadcast request. The addressed slave transmits the response frame of the previous request.

3.7.1

Request Frame Here is an example of a request to re-read the output buffer of slave device 33: CRC Slave Address 21 Function Code 52 LO HI

3.7.2

Response Frame The response to the query depends on the previous function code.

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MODBUS ERROR RESPONSES


When a slave detects an error other than a CRC error, a response will be sent to the master. The most significant bit of the function code byte will be set to 1 (i.e. the function code sent from the slave will be equal to the function code sent from the master plus 128). The following byte will be an exception code indicating the type of error that occurred. The slave will ignore transmissions received from the master with CRC errors. An example of an illegal request and the corresponding exception response is shown below. The request in this example is to read registers 0201H to 0209H. If these addresses are not supported in the slave then the following occurs: Request Message Starting Register Address 01 Function Code 01 HI LO 02 01 Register Count HI LO 00 08 CRC 6D B4

Exception Response Message Address 01 4.1 Exception codes Code 01 Name ILLEGAL FUNCTION Meaning The function code transmitted is not one of the functions supported by the slave. Function Code 81 Exception Code 02 CRC C1 91

02

ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESSES The data address received in the request is not an allowable value for the slave. Write to password protected registers. ILLEGAL DATA VALUE The value referenced in the data field transmitted by the master is not within family for the selected data address. The register count is greater than 28 (functions 03 and 04). The slave is engaged in processing a long duration program command. The master should re-transmit the message later when the slave is free.

03

06

SLAVE DEVICE BUSY

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MODBUS REGISTER MAPS


The Modbus register map consists of the following columns:

Code Address

Function codes as described in Section 4.0. 16 bit register address starting from zero.

Please Note: Most Modbus master devices assume that 30001 or 40001 are subtracted from the defined address for the registers. The M2x3 and i500 subtract 30000 and 40000, meaning that the addresses may have to be offset by 1.
Contents Data type Description of parameters assigned to registers. MODBUS data types T1 etc. are described in section 7. UNSIGNED INTEGER SIGNED INTEGER ASCII BINARY FLAGS Indicator Values Register type Min, max step Password family 0 ... 65535 one 16-bit register family 32768 ... 32767 one 16-bit register Family 32159 16 bit registers (two ASCII codes per register) Each bit of a 16 bit register can be used as a binary flag

Each bit of a 16-bit register can be either assigned as flags or filled with binary data. Definitions of settings, data values and any dependencies that exist between settings. Declares whether a register is to be read/write register (setting) or a read register (data). The minimum and maximum numerical family and the incremental step size. There is a numerical password that allows save/abort settings and a factory accessible password constructed from the serial number that allows entry/exit to and from the calibration and configuration settings.

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MODBUS DATA FOR M2X3 AND I5MT/MR/MQ


SYSTEM DATA Address Contents Data Str_16 Str_8 T1 Str_2 T4 T1 T4 T1 T17 T1 T1 T1 0 1 2 30023 Power supply T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 30024 COM1: communication type T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 30025 COM2: communication type T1 0 1 2 128x64 yellow green 128x64 yellow green negative 128x64 red negative Unknown Universal AC 48-276V: DC 20 300V 57.64v, 50/60Hz 63.5v, 50/60Hz 100v, 50/60Hz 110v, 50/60Hz 230v, 50/60Hz 400v, 50/60Hz 500v, 50/60Hz Universal AC 48 77V: DC 20 100V Universal AC 70 276V; DC 70 300V No communication RS232 RS485 RS232 & RS485 Ethernet (X-Port) Ethernet & USB Ethernet USB No communication RS232 RS485 0 Software version Hardware version mV 1=auto-range mA 1=auto-range 50 = 0.5% 20 = 0.2% Ind Values and Dependencies

30001 30018 Model Number 30009 30012 Serial Number 30013 30014 30015 30016 30017 30018 30019 30020 30021 30022 Software Ref 1 Hardware Ref Calibration voltage Voltage auto-range Calibration current Current auto-range Accuracy class MiNet Flag Language Pack LCD type

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Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Ind 0 1 2 3 Values and Dependencies No memory 2Mb flash 4Mb flash 8Mb flash No I/O Unipolar analogue output Bipolar analogue output Jumperless analogue output Pulse output Tariff Input Bistable alarm output Relay alarm output Analogue output 20mA Analogue input Digital input Pulse input S0 output Fast Analogue Output Jumperless unipolar Analog output Watch dog output Reserved RS232 RS485 Reserved COM2 - Ex

30026 30027 Reserved

30029

I/O 1

T1

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

30030 30031 30032 30044

I/O 2 I/O 3 I/O 4 Status Register (M2x3 only) T1 0 1 2 3 4 Locked Wrong Connection Low Battery Low Supply Clock not Set

30033 30043 Reserved

30045 30046 Configuration time stamp 30047 30048 Calibration time stamp 30049 30050 Last upgrade time stamp 30051 Digital input 1 voltage range

T10 T10 T10 T1 0 1 2 230V 63 110V 48V See Digital input 1 See Digital input 1 See Digital input 1

30052 30053 30054

Digital input 2 voltage range Digital input 3 voltage range Digital input 4 voltage range

T1 T1 T1

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30055 30057 Ethernet MAC Address 30059 30060 Ethernet IP Address 30061 30097 Reserved location 30098 Active communications port

MEASUREMENTS Address Contents Data Ind Values and Dependencies

ACTUAL MEASUREMENTS
04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 04 30101 30104 Actual time 30105 30106 Frequency 30107 30108 U1 30109 30110 U2 30111 30112 U3 T_Time T5 T5 T5 T5

30113 30114 Uavg (phase to neutral) T5 30115 j12 (angle between U1 and U2) T17 30116 30117 j23 (angle between U2 and U3) T17 j31 (angle between U3 and U1) T17 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 T6 T6 T6

30118 30119 U12 30120 30121 U23 30122 30123 U31 30124 30125 Uavg (phase to phase) 30126 30127 I1 30128 30129 I2 30130 30131 I3 30132 30133 INc 30134 30135 INm - reserved 30136 30137 Iavg 30138 30139 I 30140 30141 Active Power Total (Pt) 30142 30143 Active Power Phase L1 (P1) 30144 30145 Active Power Phase L2 (P2) 30146 30147 Active Power Phase L3 (P3) 30148 30149 Reactive Power Total (Qt)

30150 30151 Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) T6 30152 30153 Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) T6 30154 30155 Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) T6

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30156 30157 Apparent Power Total (St)

30158 30159 Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) T5 30160 30161 Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) T5 30162 30163 Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) T5 30164 30165 Power Factor Total (PFt) 30166 30167 Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) 30168 30169 Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) 30170 30171 Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) 30172 30173 30174 30175 30176 30181 Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt)) T7 T7 T7 T7 T17

1 (angle between U1 and I1) T17 2 (angle between U2 and I2) T17 3 (angle between U3 and I3) T17 U unbalance Internal Temperature T16 T17

30177 30180 Reserved

THD HARMONIC DATA


30182 30183 30184 30185 30186 30187 30188 30189 30190 U1 THD% U2 THD% U3 THD% U12 THD% U23 THD% U31 THD% I1 THD% I2 THD% I3 THD% T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

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I/O STATUS
30191 30192 30193 30194 30195 30196 Alarm Status Flags (No. 116) Alarm Status Flags (No. 1732) I/O 1 Value I/O 2 Value I/O 3 Value I/O 4 Value T1 T1 T17 T17 T17 T17 bit-i bit-i Alarm i+1 Alarm i+17

30197 30200 Reserved

MAXIMUM MEASUREMENTS
30201 30204 Last reset time 30205 30206 Frequency 30207 30208 U1 30209 30210 U2 30211 30212 U3 30213 30214 Reserved: 30215 30216 30217 T_Time T5 T5 T5 T5 T5

Reserved: 12 (angle between T17 U1 and U2) Reserved: 23 (angle between T17 U2 and U3) Reserved: 31 (angle between T17 U3 and U1) T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 T6 T6 T6

30218 30219 U12 30220 30221 U23 30222 30223 U31 30224 30225 Reserved: Uavg (phase to phase) 30226 30227 I1 30228 30229 I2 30230 30231 I3 30232 30233 Reserved: INc 30234 30235 Reserved: INm 30236 30237 Reserved: Iavg 30238 30239 Reserved: I 30240 30241 Active Power Total (Pt) 30242 30243 Active Power Phase L1 (P1) 30244 30245 Active Power Phase L2 (P2) 30246 30247 Active Power Phase L3 (P3) 30248 30249 Reserved: Reactive Power Total
(Qt)

30250 30251 Reserved: Reactive Power Phase T6

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L1 (Q1)

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30252 30253 Reserved: Reactive Power Phase T6


L2 (Q2) L3 (Q3)

30254 30255 Reserved: Reactive Power Phase T6 30256 30257 Apparent Power Total (St) T5

30258 30259 Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) T5 30260 30261 Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) T5 30262 30263 Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) T5 30264 30265 Reserved: Power Factor Total T7 (PFt) 30266 30267 Reserved: Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) 30268 30269 Reserved: Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) 30270 30271 Reserved: Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) 30272 30273 30274 30275 Reserved: Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt)) T7 T7 T7 T17

Reserved: 1 (angle between T17 U1 and I1) Reserved: 2 (angle between T17 U2 and I2) Reserved: 3 (angle between T17 U3 and I3) Internal Temperature T17

30276 30280 Reserved 30281

THD HARMONIC DATA


30282 30283 30284 30285 30286 30287 30288 30289 30290 Reserved: U1 THD% Reserved: U2 THD% Reserved: U3 THD% Reserved: U12 THD% Reserved: U23 THD% Reserved: U31 THD% Reserved: I1 THD% Reserved: I2 THD% Reserved: I3 THD% T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

30291 30300 Reserved

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MINIMUM MEASUREMENTS
30301 30304 Last reset time 30305 30306 Frequency 30307 30308 U1 30309 30310 U2 30311 30312 U3 30313 30314 Reserved: Uavg (phase to neutral) 30315 30316 30317 T_Time T5 T5 T5 T5 T5

Reserved: 12 (angle between T17 U1 and U2) Reserved: 23 (angle between T17 U2 and U3) Reserved: 31 (angle between T17 U3 and U1) T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 T6 T6 T6 T6 T6 T6 T5

30318 30319 U12 30320 30321 U23 30322 30323 U31 30324 30325 Reserved: Uavg (phase to phase) 30326 30327 I1 30328 30329 I2 30330 30331 I3 30332 30333 Reserved: INc 30334 30335 Reserved: INm 30336 30337 Reserved: Iavg 30338 30339 Reserved: I 30340 30341 Active Power Total (Pt) 30342 30343 Active Power Phase L1 (P1) 30344 30345 Active Power Phase L2 (P2) 30346 30347 Active Power Phase L3 (P3) 30348 30349 Reserved: Reactive Power Total (Qt) 30350 30351 Reserved: Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) 30352 30353 Reserved: Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) 30354 30355 Reserved: Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) 30356 30357 Apparent Power Total (St)

30358 30359 Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) T5 30360 30361 Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) T5 30362 30363 Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) T5 30364 30365 Reserved: Power Factor Total T7

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 22 Code Address Contents (PFt) Data T7 T7 T7 T17

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30366 30367 Reserved: Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) 30368 30369 Reserved: Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) 30370 30371 Reserved: Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) 30372 30373 30374 30375 Reserved: Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt))

Reserved: 1 (angle between T17 U1 and I1) Reserved: 2 (angle between T17 U2 and I2) Reserved: 3 (angle between T17 U3 and I3) Internal Temperature T17

30376 30380 Reserved 30381

THD HARMONIC DATA


30382 30383 30384 30385 30386 30387 30388 30389 30390 Reserved: U1 THD% Reserved: U2 THD% Reserved: U3 THD% Reserved: U12 THD% Reserved: U23 THD% Reserved: U31 THD% Reserved: I1 THD% Reserved: I2 THD% Reserved: I3 THD% T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

30391 30400 Reserved

ENERGY
30401 30402 30403 30404 30405 Energy Counter 1 Exponent Energy Counter 2 Exponent Energy Counter 3 Exponent Energy Counter 4 Exponent Current Active Tariff T2 T2 T2 T2 T1 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3

30406 30407 Energy Counter 1 30408 30409 Energy Counter 2 30410 30411 Energy Counter 3 30412 30413 Energy Counter 4 30414 30415 Energy Counter 1 Tariff 1 30416 30417 Energy Counter 2 Tariff 1 30418 30419 Energy Counter 3 Tariff 1 30420 30421 Energy Counter 4 Tariff 1

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address Contents Data T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 Ind

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30422 30423 Energy Counter 1 Tariff 2 30424 30425 Energy Counter 2 Tariff 2 30426 30427 Energy Counter 3 Tariff 2 30428 30429 Energy Counter 4 Tariff 2 30430 30431 Energy Counter 1 Tariff 3 30432 30433 Energy Counter 2 Tariff 3 30434 30435 Energy Counter 3 Tariff 3 30436 30437 Energy Counter 4 Tariff 3 30438 30439 Energy Counter 1 Tariff 4 30440 30441 Energy Counter 2 Tariff 4 30442 30443 Energy Counter 3 Tariff 4 30444 30445 Energy Counter 4 Tariff 4 30446 30447 Energy Counter 1 Cost 30448 30449 Energy Counter 2 Cost 30450 30451 Energy Counter 3 Cost 30452 30453 Energy Counter 4 Cost 30454 30500 Reserved

DEMAND VALUES
DYNAMIC DEMAND VALUES 30501 Time Into Period (minutes) T1 T5 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 T6 30502 30503 I1 30504 30505 I2 30506 30507 I3 30508 30509 Apparent Power Total (St) 30510 30511 Active Power Total (Pt) (positive) 30512 30513 Active Power Total (Pt) (negative) 30514 30515 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L MAX DEMAND SINCE LAST RESET 30518 30519 I1 30520 30523 Time Stamp 30524 30525 I2 30526 30529 Time Stamp 30530 30531 I3 30532 30535 Time Stamp 30536 30537 Apparent Power Total (St) 30538 30541 Time Stamp 30542 30543 Active Power Total (Pt) (positive) T5 T_Time T5 T_Time T5 T_Time T5 T_Time T6

30516 30517 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C T6

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 24 Code Address Contents Data T_Time T6 T_Time T6 T_Time T_Time

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30544 30547 Time Stamp 30548 30549 Active Power Total (Pt) (negative) 30550 30553 Time Stamp 30554 30555 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L 30556 30559 Time Stamp 30562 30565 Time Stamp 30566 30579 Reserved FLICKERS (M253 & i5MQ only) 30580 30581 30582 30583 30584 30585 Flicker Pst1 Flicker Pst2 Flicker Pst3 Flicker Plt1 Flicker Plt2 Flicker Plt3

30560 30561 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C T6

T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17

<0 until the first measure <0 until the first measure <0 until the first measure <0 until the first measure <0 until the first measure <0 until the first measure

30586 30600 Reserved ACTUAL PERIOD QUALITY (M253 & i5MQ only) 30601 30602 Report Start Time 30603 30604 Report Start Date 30605 30606 Report End Date 30607 Report Status T9 T10 T10 T1 0 1 2 30608 Report Compliance T1 No monitoring Not complete Complete

Bit-0 Failed: Frequency Variations 1 Bit-1 Failed: Frequency Variations 2 Bit-2 Failed: Voltage Unbalances Bit-3 Failed: Voltage Variations 1 Bit-4 Failed: Voltage Variations 2 Bit-5 Failed: THD's Bit-6 Failed: Harmonics Bit-7 Failed: Short term Flickers Bit-8 Failed: Long term Flickers Bit-9 Failed: Transients Failed: Temporary Bit-10 Overvoltages Bit-11 Failed: Voltage Dips Bit-12 Failed: Short Interruptions Bit-13 Failed: Long Interruptions

30609

Reserved

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address 30610 30611 30612 30613 30614 30615 30616 30617 30618 30619 30620 30621 30622 30623 30624 30625 30626 30627 30628 30629 30630 30631 30632 30633 30634 30635 30636 30637 30638 Contents Frequency Variations 1: % / Period Frequency Variations 1: % / Year Frequency Variations 2: % / Period Frequency Variations 2: % / Year Voltage Unbalances: % / Period Voltage Variations 1 - L1: % / Period Voltage Variations 1 - L1: % / Year Voltage Variations 1 - L2: % / Period Voltage Variations 1 - L2: % / Year Voltage Variations 1 - L3: % / Period Voltage Variations 1 - L3: % / Year Voltage Variations 2 - L1: % / Period Voltage Variations 2 - L1: % / Year Voltage Variations 2 - L2: % / Period Voltage Variations 2 - L2: % / Year Voltage Variations 2 - L3: % / Period Voltage Variations 2 - L3: % / Year THD's - L1: % / Period THD's - L1: % / Year THD's - L2: % / Period THD's - L2: % / Year THD's - L3: % / Period THD's - L3: % / Year Harmonics - L1: % / Period Harmonics - L1: % / Year Harmonics - L2: % / Period Harmonics - L2: % / Year Harmonics - L3: % / Period Data T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 Ind

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Voltage Unbalances: % / Year T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 26 Code Address 30639 30640 30641 30642 30643 30644 30645 30646 30647 30648 30649 30650 30651 30652 30653 30654 30655 30656 30657 30658 30659 30660 30661 30662 30663 30664 30665 30666 Contents Harmonics - L3: % / Year Short term Flickers - L1: % / Period Short term Flickers - L1: % / Year Short term Flickers - L2: % / Period Short term Flickers - L2: % / Year Short term Flickers - L3: % / Period Short term Flickers - L3: % / Year Long term Flickers - L1: % / Period Long term Flickers - L1: % / Year Long term Flickers - L2: % / Period Long term Flickers - L2: % / Year Long term Flickers - L3: % / Period Long term Flickers - L3: % / Year Transients - L1: No. / Period Transients - L1: No. / Year Transients - L2: No. / Period Transients - L2: No. / Year Transients - L3: No. / Period Transients - L3: No. / Year Data T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1

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Temporary Overvoltages - L1: T1 No. / Period Temporary Overvoltages - L1: T1 No. / Year Temporary Overvoltages - L2: T1 No. / Period Temporary Overvoltages - L2: T1 No. / Year Temporary Overvoltages - L3: T1 No. / Period Temporary Overvoltages - L3: T1 No. / Year Voltage Dips - L1: No. / Period T1 Voltage Dips - L1: No. / Year T1 Voltage Dips - L2: No. / Period T1

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address 30667 30668 30669 30670 30671 30672 30673 30674 30675 30676 30677 30678 30679 30680 30681
30682 30700

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 27 Data T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 Ind Values and Dependencies

Contents Voltage Dips - L2: No. / Year Voltage Dips - L3: No. / Year Short Interruptions - L1: No. / Period Short Interruptions - L1: No. / Year Short Interruptions - L2: No. / Period Short Interruptions - L2: No. / Year Short Interruptions - L3: No. / Period Short Interruptions - L3: No. / Year Long Interruptions - L1: No. / Period Long Interruptions - L1: No. / Year Long Interruptions - L2: No. / Period Long Interruptions - L2: No. / Year Long Interruptions - L3: No. / Period Long Interruptions - L3: No. / Year
Reserved

Voltage Dips - L3: No. / Period T1

PREVIOUS PERIOD QUALITY (M253 & i5MQ only) 30701 30781 Last finished period quality See Actual period quality

6.3 Code

NORMALIZED MEASUREMENTS Address 30801 30802 30803 30804 30805 30806 30807 30808 30809 Contents U1 U2 U3 Uavg (phase to neutral) U12 U23 U31 Uavg (phase to phase) I1 Data T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 Ind Values and Dependencies

NORMALIZED ACTUAL MEASUREMENTS

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 28 Code Address 30810 30811 30812 30813 30814 30815 30816 30817 30818 30819 30820 30821 30822 30823 30824 30825 30826 30827 30828 30829 30830 30831 30832 30833 30834 30835 30836 30837 30838 30839 30840 30841 30842 30843 30844 30845 30846 30847 30848 Contents I2 I3 I I neutral (calculated) I neutral (measured) Iavg Active Power Phase L1 (P1) Active Power Phase L2 (P2) Active Power Phase L3 (P3) Active Power Total (Pt) Data T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T17 T17 T17 T17

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Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) T17 Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) T17 Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) T17 Reactive Power Total (Qt) T17 Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) T16 Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) T16 Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) T16 Apparent Power Total (St) Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) Power Factor Total (PFt) T16 T17 T17 T17 T17

CAP/IND P. F. Phase 1 (PF1) T17 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 2 (PF2) T17 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 3 (PF3) T17 CAP/IND P. F. Total (PFt) T17 1 (angle between U1 and I1) T17 2 (angle between U2 and I2) T17 3 (angle between U3 and I3) T17 Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt)) T17

12 (angle between U1 and U2 T17 23 (angle between U2 and U3 T17 31 (angle between U3 and U1 T17 Frequency U unbalance I1 THD% I2 THD% I3 THD% U1 THD% T17 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address 30849 30850 30851 30852 30853 Contents U2 THD% U3 THD% U12 THD% U23 THD% U31 THD% Active Power Total (Pt) (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) (negative) Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L Apparent Power Total (St) I1 I2 I3 Active Power Total (Pt) (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) (negative) Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L Apparent Power Total (St) I1 I2 I3 Energy Counter 1 Energy Counter 2 Energy Counter 3 Energy Counter 4 Energy Counter 1 Cost Energy Counter 2 Cost Energy Counter 3 Cost Energy Counter 4 Cost Total Energy Counter Cost Active Tariff Internal Temperature Data T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 Ind

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MAX DEMAND SINCE LAST RESET 30854 30855 30856 30857 30858 30859 30860 30861 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C T16

DYNAMIC DEMAND VALUES 30862 30863 30864 30865 30866 30867 30868 30869 ENERGY 30870 30871 30872 30873 30874 30875 30876 30877 30878 30879 30880 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T1 T17 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C T16

30881 30900 Reserved

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 30 Code Address 30901 30902 30903 30904 30905 30906 30907 30908 30909 30910 30911 30912 30913 30914 30915 30916 30917 30918 30919 30920 30921 30922 30923 30924 30925 30926 30927 30928 30929 30930 30931 30932 30933 30934 30935 Contents U1 U2 U3 Uavg (phase to neutral) U12 U23 U31 Uavg (phase to phase) I1 I2 I3 I I neutral (calculated) I neutral (measured) Iavg Active Power Phase L1 (P1) Active Power Phase L2 (P2) Active Power Phase L3 (P3) Active Power Total (Pt) Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) Reactive Power Total (Qt) Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) Apparent Power Total (St) Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) Power Factor Total (PFt) Data T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T16 T16 T16 T16 T17 T17 T17 T17

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FAST RESPONCE normalised actual measurements

CAP/IND P. F. Phase 1 (PF1) T17 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 2 (PF2) T17 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 3 (PF3) T17 CAP/IND P. F. Total (PFt) T17

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address 30936 30937 30938 30939 30940 30941 30942 30943 30944 30945 30946 30947 30948 30949 30950 30951 30952 30953 Contents Data Ind

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1 (angle between U1 and I1) T17 2 (angle between U2 and I2) T17 3 (angle between U3 and I3) T17 Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt)) 12 (angle between U1 and U2) 23 (angle between U2 and U3) 31 (angle between U3 and U1) Frequency
U unbalance

T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

I1 THD% I2 THD% I3 THD% U1 THD% U2 THD% U3 THD% U12 THD% U23 THD% U31 THD%

30954 31000 Reserved

6.4 Code

HARMONIC DATA Address Contents Data Ind Values and Dependencies

PHASE VOLTAGE HARMONIC DATA


U1 Harmonic Data 31001 31002 Base for % calculation 31003 31004 31127 31128 U2 Harmonic Data 31129 31130 Base for % calculation 31131 31132 31255 U2 1 Harmonic Abs % U2 1 Harmonic Phase Angle U2 63 Harmonic Abs % T5 T16 T17 T17 T16 U1 1 Harmonic Abs % U1 1 Harmonic Phase Angle U1 63 Harmonic Abs % T5 T16 T17 T17 T16

31006 31126 U1 Harmonics from 2 to 62

U1 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T17

31134 31254 U2 Harmonics from 2 to 62

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 32 Code Address 31256 U3 Harmonic Data 31257 31258 Base for % calculation 31259 31260 31383 31384 U12 Harmonic Data 31385 31386 Base for % calculation 31387 31388 31511 31512 U23 Harmonic Data 31513 31514 Base for % calculation 31515 31516 31639 31640 U31 Harmonic Data 31641 31642 Base for % calculation 31643 31644 31767 31768 U31 2 Harmonic Abs % T5 T16 T17 T16 U23 1 Harmonic Abs % T5 T16 T17 T16 U12 1 Harmonic Abs % T5 T16 T17 T16 U3 2 Harmonic Abs % U3 2 Harmonic Phase Angle U3 63 Harmonic Abs % T5 T16 T17 T17 T16 Contents Data

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U2 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T17

31262 31382 U3 Harmonics from 2 to 62

U3 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T17

LINE VOLTAGE HARMONIC DATA

U12 1 Harmonic Phase Angle T17 U12 63 Harmonic Abs %

31390 31510 U12 Harmonics from 2 to 62

U12 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T17

U23 1 Harmonic Phase Angle T17 U23 63 Harmonic Abs %

31518 31638 U23 Harmonics from 2 to 62

U23 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T17

U31 2 Harmonic Phase Angle T17 U31 63 Harmonic Abs %

31646 31766 U31 Harmonics from 2 to 62

U31 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T17

PHASE CURRENT HARMONIC DATA


I1 Harmonic Data 31769 31770 Base for % calculation 31771 31772 31895 31896 I2 Harmonic Data 31897 31898 Base for % calculation T5 I1 1 Harmonic Abs % I1 1 Harmonic Phase Angle I1 63 Harmonic Abs % I1 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T5 T16 T17 T17 T16 T17

31774 31894 I1 Harmonics from 2 to 62

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address 31899 31900 32023 32024 I3 Harmonic Data 32025 32026 Base for % calculation 32027 32028 32151 32152 I3 1 Harmonic Abs % I3 1 Harmonic Phase Angle I3 63 Harmonic Abs % I3 63 Harmonic Phase Angle T5 T16 T17 T17 T16 T17 Contents I2 1 Harmonic Abs % I2 1 Harmonic Phase Angle I2 63 Harmonic Abs % I2 63 Harmonic Phase Angle Data T16 T17 T17 T16 T17 Ind

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31902 32022 I2 Harmonics from 2 to 62

32030 32150 I3 Harmonics from 2 to 62

32153 32483 Reserved 6.5 Code MEASUREMENTS (IEEE 754) Address Contents Data T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float Ind Values and Dependencies

MEASUREMENTS (IEEE 754) 32484 32485 Uavg (phase to neutral) 32486 32487 Uavg (phase to phase) 32488 32489 I 32490 32491 Active Power Total (Pt) 32492 32493 Reactive Power Total (Qt) 32494 32495 Apparent Power Total (St) 32496 32497 Power Factor Total (PFt) 32498 32499 Frequency 32500 32501 U1 32502 32503 U2 32504 32505 U3 32506 32507 Uavg (phase to neutral) 32508 32509 U12 32510 32511 U23 32512 32513 U31 32514 32515 Uavg (phase to phase) 32516 32517 I1 32518 32519 I2 32520 32521 I3 32522 32523 I 32524 32525 I neutral (calculated) 32526 32527 I neutral (measured)

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 34 Code Address Contents Data T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

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32528 32529 Iavg 32530 32531 Active Power Phase L1 (P1) 32532 32533 Active Power Phase L2 (P2) 32534 32535 Active Power Phase L3 (P3) 32536 32537 Active Power Total (Pt)

32538 32539 Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) T_float 32540 32541 Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) T_float 32542 32543 Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) T_float 32544 32545 Reactive Power Total (Qt) Apparent Power Phase L1 32546 32547 (S1) Apparent Power Phase L2 32548 32549 (S2) Apparent Power Phase L3 32550 32551 (S3) 32552 32553 Apparent Power Total (St) 32554 32555 Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) 32556 32557 Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) 32558 32559 Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) 32560 32561 Power Factor Total (PFt) T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

32562 32563 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 1 (PF1) T_float 32564 32565 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 2 (PF2) T_float 32566 32567 CAP/IND P. F. Phase 3 (PF3) T_float 32568 32569 CAP/IND P. F. Total (PFt) T_float 32570 32571 1 (angle between U1 and I1) T_float 32572 32573 2 (angle between U2 and I2) T_float 32574 32575 3 (angle between U3 and I3) T_float Power Angle Total 32576 32577 (atan2(Pt,Qt)) 12 (angle between U1 and 32578 32579 U2) 23 (angle between U2 and 32580 32581 U3) 31 (angle between U3 and 32582 32583 U1) 32584 32585 Frequency 32586 32587 U unbalace 32588 32589 I1 THD% 32590 32591 I2 THD% 32592 32593 I3 THD% 32594 32595 U1 THD% 32596 32597 U2 THD% T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Code Address Contents Data T_float T_float T_float T_float Ind

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32598 32599 U3 THD% 32600 32601 U12 THD% 32602 32603 U23 THD% 32604 32605 U31 THD% MAX DEMAND SINCE LAST RESET Active Power Total (Pt) 32606 32607 (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) 32608 32609 (negative) 32610 32611 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L 32612 32613 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C 32614 32615 Apparent Power Total (St) 32616 32617 I1 32618 32619 I2 32620 32621 I3 DYNAMIC DEMAND VALUES Active Power Total (Pt) 32622 32623 (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) 32624 32625 (negative) 32626 32627 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L 32628 32629 Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C 32630 32631 Apparent Power Total (St) 32632 32633 I1 32634 32635 I2 32636 32637 I3 ENERGY 32638 32639 Energy Counter 1 32640 32641 Energy Counter 2 32642 32643 Energy Counter 3 32644 32645 Energy Counter 4 32646 32647 Energy Counter 1 Cost 32648 32649 Energy Counter 2 Cost 32650 32651 Energy Counter 3 Cost 32652 32653 Energy Counter 4 Cost 32654 32655 Total Energy Counter Cost 32656 32657 Active Tariff 32658 32659 Internal Temperature ANALOGUE INPUTS

T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 36 Code Address Contents Data T_float T_float T_float T_float

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32660 32661 Analog input 1 32662 32663 Analog input 2 32664 32665 Analog input 3 32666 32667 Analog input 4 32668 33000 Reserved

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6.6

PRODUCT SETTINGS Contents Data Ind Values/Dependencies Min Max P.level

Address

SYSTEM COMMANDS
40001 40003 40006 40008 40010 40012 40002 40005 40007 40009 40011 User Password (L1, L2) Factory Password (FAC) Level 1 - User password Level 2 - User password Reserved Operator Command Register T1 1 Save Settings 2 3 4 5 40013 Reset command register 1 T1 Bit-0 Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 Bit-4 Bit-5 Bit-6 Bit-7 Bit-8 Bit-9 Bit-10 Bit-11 40014 Reset command register 2 T1 Bit-0 Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 40015 40100 Reserved Abort Settings Restart Instrument Restart Ethernet Save Settings and Restart Ethernet Reset counter 1 Reset counter 2 Reset counter 3 Reset counter 4 Reset counter 1 Cost Reset counter 2 Cost Reset counter 3 Cost Reset counter 4 Cost Reset Minimum/Maximum values Synchronize MD Reset last period MD Reset MD values Reset alarm output relay 1 Reset alarm output relay 2 Reset alarm output relay 3 Reset alarm output relay 4 1 1 2 T_Str4 AZ T_Str6 T_Str4 T_Str4 AZ AZ AZ Password to attempt user access level upgrade Password to attempt factory access level upgrade 0

0 1 2

GENERAL SETTINGS
40101 40121 40141 40142 40143 40120 Description 40140 Location Password activation Password lock time Conection Mode T1 T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 Str_40 Str_40 Reserved Minutes, 0 = No lock No mode 1b - Single Phase 3b - 3 phase 3 wire balanced 4b - 3 phase 4 wire balanced 3u - 3 phase 3 wire unbalanced 4u - 3 phase 4 wire unbalanced 0 1 60 5 2 2 2 2

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 38 Address


40144 40145 40146 40147 40148

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Contents
CT Secondary CT Primary VT Secundary VT Primary Current input range (%) Voltage input range (%) Frequency nominal value CT Connection

Data
T4 T4 T4 T4 T16 T16 T1 T1

Ind

Values/Dependencies
mA A/10 mV V/10 10000 for 100% 10000 for 100% Hz

Min

Max

P.level
2 2 2 2

5.00 2.50 10 0

260.00 100.00 1000 1

2 2 2 1

40149 40150 40151

0 1

Normal Disable wrong connection checking minutes (0=disabled) 0=thermal 2000 for 20mA 200 for 2mA

40152 40153

MD Time constant MD Number of sliding windows

T1 T1

0 0 0 0 0

255 15 10000 4000 12

2 2 2 2 0

40154 40155 40156

Starting total current T16 for PFt & Pat Starting current for all powers Language T16 T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

English French German Spanish

Russian Danish Italian US English

Polish Portuguese

40157 40159

40158 Currency Temperature unit

Str_4 T1 0 1 C F DD.MM.YYYY MM/DD/YYYY 0 1 0 1

2 2

40160

Date format

T1

0 1

40161 40163 40165 40166

40162 Time 40164 Date Reserved Automatic change S/W time

T9 T10 T1 T1 0 1 Reserved No Yes 5000 for 5V 0 1 2 Manual reset Day reset (00:00) Week reset (Monday, 00:00) 1000 0 16000 0 1

1 1

40167 40168

Starting voltage for SYNC

T1

2 4 2

Min/Max reset mode T1

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3 4 40169 Harmonics calculation T1 0 1 40170 Comm. & LCD average interval T1 3 4 5 6 7 8 40171 40172 40173 40174 LCD Contrast LCD Back Light Intesnity T2 T1 0=No Backlight Minutes (0=Always on) Seconds See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes See OutTypes

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Month reset (First day of the month, 00:00) Year reset (January 1st, 00:00) % of RMS % of 1st Harmonics 8 periods (0.16s @50Hz) 16 periods (0.32s @50Hz) 32 periods (0.64s @50Hz) 64 periods (1.28s @50Hz) default 128 periods (2.56s @50Hz) 256 periods (5.12s @50Hz) -10 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 2 60 2 60 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 100 2 2 3 8 2 0 1 2

Min

Max

P.level

LCD Back Light Time T1 Off LCD Demo cycling period T1

40175 40176 40177 40178 40179 40180 40181 40182 40183 40184

LCD Custom screen T1 1 - Line 1 LCD Custom screen T1 1 - Line 2 LCD Custom screen T1 1 - Line 3 LCD Custom screen T1 2 - Line 1 LCD Custom screen T1 2 - Line 2 LCD Custom screen T1 2 - Line 3 LCD Custom screen T1 3 - Line 1 LCD Custom screen T1 3 - Line 2 LCD Custom screen T1 3 - Line 3 40200 Reserved

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Address

Contents

Data

Ind

Values/Dependencies

Min

Max

P.level

COMMUNICATION
40201 40202 40203 Port 1: Device Address (DNP3) Port 1: Device Address (Modbus) Port 1: Baud Rate T1 T1 T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 40204 Port 1: Stop Bit T1 0 1 40205 Port 1: Parity T1 0 1 2 40206 Port 1: Data Bits T1 0 1 40207 40227 40208 40228 40230 40232 40233 40251 40252 40253 40254 40255 40256 40257 40301 40300 40400 40229 40231 40233 40250 Port 1: TCP Port T1 Baud rate 1200 Baud rate 2400 Baud rate 4800 Baud rate 9600 Baud rate 19200 Baud rate 38400 Baud rate 57600 Baud rate 115200 1 Stop bit 2 Stop bits No parity Odd parity Even parity 8 bits 7 bits 1024 65535 2 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 65519 247 7 2 2 2

T_Str_4 Port 1: IP Host Name 0 Port 1: IP Address T_Hex4 T_Hex4 Port 1: Subnet Mask T_Hex4 Port 1: Default Router Reserved Port 2: Device Address (DNP3) Port 2: Device Address (Modbus) Port 2: Baud Rate Port 2: Stop Bit Port 2: Parity Port 2: Data Bits Reserved Reserved Port 3 Port 4 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 T1 See PORT 1 See PORT 1 See PORT 1 See PORT 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 65519 247 7 1 2 0 1 2 2 2 2 2

ENERGY
40401 Active Tariff T1 0 1..4 5 40402 40403 Common Energy Counter Exponent Common Energy Cost Exponent T2 T2 Tariff input Tariff 1..4 Tariff clock -3 -6 4 2 3 2 0 5 1

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40404 40405 40406 40407 40408 40409 40410 40411 40412 40413 40414 40415 40416 40417 40420 40419 Common Tariff Price T2 Exponent Tariff 1: 1kWh Price Tariff 2: 1kWh Price Tariff 3: 1kWh Price Tariff 4: 1kWh Price T1 T1 T1 T1

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-6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 65500 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Tariff 1: 1kvarh Price T1 Tariff 2: 1kvarh Price T1 Tariff 3: 1kvarh Price T1 Tariff 4: 1kvarh Price T1 Tariff 1: 1kVAh Price T1 Tariff 2: 1kVAh Price T1 Tariff 3: 1kVAh Price T1 Tariff 4: 1kVAh Price T1 Reserved Reactive power calculation T1 0 1 Standard calculation (Q =S P ) Delayed Current method
2 2 2

40421

Energy Counter 1 Parameter

T1 0 1 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 No Parameter Active Power Reactive power Apparent Power Active Power Phase 1 Reactive power Phase 1 Apparent Power Phase 1 Active Power Phase 2 Reactive power Phase 2 Apparent Power Phase 2 Active Power Phase 3 Reactive power Phase 3 Apparent Power Phase 3 Pulse input 1 (reg 40402 not used) Pulse input 2 (reg 40402 not used) Pulse input 3 (reg 40402 not used) Pulse input 4 (reg 40402 not used)

19

40422

Energy Counter 1 Configuration

T1

Bit-0 Quadrant I Enabled Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 Bit-4 Bit-5 Quadrant II Enabled Quadrant III Enabled Quadrant IIII Enabled Absolute Value Invert Value

63

40423

Energy Counter 1 Divider

T1

0 1 1 2 3 4 10 100 1000 10000

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Energy Counter 1 Tariff Selector T1 Bit-0 Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 40425 40431 40432 40433 40434 40435 40441 40442 40443 40444 40445 40451 40452 40453 40454 40455 40500 40450 40440 40430 Reserved Energy Counter 2 Parameter Energy Counter 2 Configuration Energy Counter 2 Divider Energy Counter 2 Tariff Selector Reserved Energy Counter 3 Parameter Energy Counter 3 Configuration Energy Counter 3 Divider Energy Counter 3 Tariff Selector Reserved Energy Counter 4 Parameter Energy Counter 4 Configuration Energy Counter 4 Divider Energy Counter 4 Tariff Selector Reserved T1 see Energy Counter 1 Parameter T1 see Energy Counter 1 Configuration T1 see Energy Counter 1 Divider T1 see Energy Counter 1 Tariff Selector 0 0 0 0 T1 see Energy Counter 1 Parameter T1 see Energy Counter 1 Configuration T1 see Energy Counter 1 Divider T1 see Energy Counter 1 Tariff Selector 0 0 0 0 T1 see Energy Counter 1 Parameter T1 see Energy Counter 1 Configuration T1 see Energy Counter 1 Divider T1 see Energy Counter 1 Tariff Selector 0 0 0 0

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0 Tariff 1 Enabled Tariff 2 Enabled Tariff 3 Enabled Tariff 4 Enabled 15 2

40424

19 2 63 2 4 2 15 2

19 2 63 2 4 2 15 2

19 2 63 2 4 2 15 2

TARIFF CLOCK
40501 Tariff Table 1 Day Selector T1 Bit-0 Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 Bit-4 Bit-5 Bit-6 Bit-7 Bit-8 Bit-9 40502 40503 40504 40505 40506 40507 Tariff Table 2 Day Selector Tariff Table 3 Day Selector Tariff Table 4 Day Selector T1 T1 T1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Hebrew Holiday 1 Hebrew Holiday 2 see Tariff Table 1 Day Selector see Tariff Table 1 Day Selector see Tariff Table 1 Day Selector 0.0. for unused season 0.0. for unused season 0.0. for unused season 0 0 0 1023 1023 1023 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 1023 2

Start date of Season 1 T10A Start date of Season 2 T10A Start date of Season 3 T10A

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40508 Start date of Season 4 T10A 0.0. for unused season

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2

SEASON 1, TARIFF TABLE 1


40509 40510 40511 40512 40513 40514 40515 40516 40509 Time 1 Tariff Value 1 Time 2 Tariff Value 2 Time 3 Tariff Value 3 Time 4 Tariff Value 4 Time 1 T9A T1 T9A T1 T9A T1 T9A T1 T9A 24:00 for unused time 24:00 for unused time 1 4 24:00 for unused time 1 4 24:00 for unused time 1 4 24:00 for unused time 1 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

SEASON 1, TARIFF TABLE 2


40517 40524 TARIFF TABLE 2 See TARIFF TABLE 1 2

SEASON 1, TARIFF TABLE 3


40525 40532 TARIFF TABLE 3 See TARIFF TABLE 1 2

SEASON 1, TARIFF TABLE 4


40533 40540 TARIFF TABLE 4 See TARIFF TABLE 1 2

SEASON 2, TARIFF TABLE 1..4


40541 40572 SEASON 2, TABLE 14 See SEASON 1 2

SEASON 3, TARIFF TABLE 1..4


40573 40604 SEASON 3, TABLE 14 See SEASON 1 2

SEASON 4, TARIFF TABLE 1..4


40605 40636 SEASON 4, TABLE 14 See SEASON 1 2

HOLIDAY DAY TABLE


40637 40638 40639 40640 40641 40642 40643 40644 40645 40646 40647 40648 40649 40650 40651 40652 40653 40654 40655 Holiday Date 1 Holiday Date 2 Holiday Date 3 Holiday Date 4 Holiday Date 5 Holiday Date 6 Holiday Date 7 Holiday Date 8 Holiday Date 9 Holiday Date 10 Holiday Date 11 Holiday Date 12 Holiday Date 13 Holiday Date 14 Holiday Date 15 Holiday Date 16 Holiday Date 17 Holiday Date 18 Holiday Date 19 T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A T10A 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 0.0. for unused date 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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40656 40657 40700 Holiday Date 20 Reserved T10A

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0.0. for unused date 2

INPUTS / OUTPUTS PULSE OUTPUTS


40701 Pulse Output 1 Energy Counter T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 40702 40703 40704 40705 Pulse Output 1 No. Of pulses Pulse Output 1 Energy unit T1 T1 * 10^(Common Energy Counter Exponent) ms Bit-0 Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 40706 40707 40708 40709 40710 40711 40712 40713 40714 40715 40716 40717 40718 40719 40720 Pulse Output 2 Energy Counter Pulse Output 2 No. Of pulses Pulse Output 2 Energy unit T1 T1 T1 * 10^(Common Energy Counter Exponent) ms 0 0 T1 T1 T1 * 10^(Common Energy Counter Exponent) ms 0 0 T1 T1 T1 * 10^(Common Energy Counter Exponent) ms 0 15 2 1 1 2 65535 65535 1000 2 2 2 15 5 2 2 1 1 2 65535 65535 1000 2 2 2 15 5 2 2 1 1 2 65535 65535 1000 2 2 2 Tariff 1 enabled Tariff 2 enabled Tariff 3 enabled Tariff 4 enabled 0 5 2 Alarm output Counter 1 Counter 2 Counter 3 Counter 4 Tariff Clock 1 1 2 0 65535 65535 1000 15 2 2 2 2 0 5 2

Pulse Output 1 Pulse T1 length Pulse Output 1 Tariff T1 Selector

Pulse Output 2 Pulse length T1 Pulse Output 2 Tariff T1 Selector Pulse Output 3 Energy Counter Pulse Output 3 No. Of pulses Pulse Output 3 Energy unit

Pulse Output 3 Pulse length T1 Pulse Output 3 Tariff T1 Selector Pulse Output 4 Energy Counter Pulse Output 4 No. Of pulses Pulse Output 4 Energy unit

Pulse Output 4 Pulse length T1 Pulse Output 4 Tariff T1 Selector

ALARM OUTPUT, OUTPUT 1


40721 Enabled Alarm groups T1 Bit-0 Alarm group 1 enabled 0 15 2

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Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 40722 Output signal T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 40723 Output pulse length T1 Alarm group 2 enabled Alarm group 3 enabled Alarm group 4 enabled Normal Permanent Pulsed Always ON Always OFF Normal inverse Permanent Inverse Pulse Inverse Start Seconds

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999

ALARM OUTPUT, OUTPUT 2


40724 40726 ALARM OUTPUT 2 See ALARM OUTPUT 1 2

ALARM OUTPUT, OUTPUT 3


40727 40729 ALARM OUTPUT 3 See ALARM OUTPUT 1 2

ALARM OUTPUT, OUTPUT 4


40730 40733 40732 40800 ALARM OUTPUT 4 Reserved See ALARM OUTPUT 1 2

ANALOGUE OUTPUT, OUTPUT 1


40801 40803 40802 Reserved Output 1 Type T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 40804 40805 Output 1 Parameter Output 1 Function Type T1 T1 0 1 40806 40807 40808 40809 40810 40811 40812 40813 40814 Output 1 Number of Breakpoints Output 1 Lower X Point (X0) Output 1 Lower Y Point (Y0) Output 1 X Breakpoint 1 (X1) Output 1 Y Breakpoint 1 (Y1) Output 1 X Breakpoint 2 (X2) Output 1 Y Breakpoint 2 (Y2) Output 1 X Breakpoint 3 (X3) Output 1 Y Breakpoint 3 (Y3) T1 % of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 % of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 % of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 % of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 -300 300 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 1 mA 5 mA 10 mA 20 mA (Constant for M2x3) 1V 10 V See OutTypes Linear 0 Quadratic 2 0 6 2 1 2 0 110 2 0 5 2

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Output 1 X Breakpoint 4 (X4) Output 1 Y Breakpoint 4 (Y4) Output 1 X Breakpoint 5 (X5) Output 1 Y Breakpoint 5 (Y5) Output 1 X Breakpoint 6 (X6) Output 1 Y Breakpoint 6 (Y6) Output 1 Average interval (i5xx only)

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% of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 % of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 % of parameter value T17 % of output type T17 T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 period (0.02s@ 50Hz) default 2 period (0.04s@ 50Hz) 4 period (0.08s@ 50Hz) 8 period (0.16s@ 50Hz) 16 period (0.32s@ 50Hz) 32 period (0.64s@ 50Hz) 64 period (1.28s@ 50Hz) 128 period (2.56s@ 50Hz) 256 period (05.12s@ 50Hz) -300 0 300 8 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 -300 300 2 2

40815 40816 40817 40818 40819 40820 40821

40822

40823

Reserved

ANALOGUE OUTPUT, OUTPUT 2


40824 40843 40842 40844 ANALOG OUTPUT 2 Reserved See ANALOG OUTPUT 1 2

ANALOGUE OUTPUT, OUTPUT 3


40845 40864 40863 40865 ANALOG OUTPUT 3 Reserved See ANALOG OUTPUT 1 2

ANALOGUE OUTPUT, OUTPUT 4


40866 40885 40884 41000 ANALOG OUTPUT 4 Reserved See ANALOG OUTPUT 1 2

ANALOGUE INPUTs
40901 40902 Input 1 Serial number T1 Input 1 Type T1 0 0 1 2 3 40903 40904 Input 1 Zero Calibration point (Type 3) Input 1 Function Unknown DC Current 20mA DC Voltage 10V Resistance / Temperature 0 0 65535 3 r.o. r.o.

T17 T1 0 1

wire resistance (Ohm) Input type 1 (DC Current 20mA) DC Curent 20mA DC Curent 2mA Input type 2 (DC Voltage 10V) 0 1 DC Voltage 10V DC Voltage 1V Input type 3 (Resistance / Temperature) 0 Resistance 2 Kohm (2 wire)

-25 0

25 7

2 2

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 40905 40907 40908 40909 40910 40917 40933 40949 40965 40916 40932 40948 40964 41000 40906 Input 1 Unit Input 1 Exponent Input 1 Zero Point Input 1 End Point Reserved Input 2 Input 3 Input 4 Reserved See Input 1 See Input 1 See Input 1 Str_4 T2 T17 T17 value at 0% input value at 100% input Resistance 200 ohm (2 wire) Resistance 2 Kohm (3 wire) Resistance 200 ohm (3 wire) Pt 1000 (2 wire) Pt 100 (2 wire) Pt 1000 (3 wire) Pt 100 (3 wire)

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2 -12 -300 -300 12 300 300 2 2 2

ALARMS
41001 41002 Alarm Enable Flags 116 Alarm Enable Flags 1732 T1 T1 Bit-i Enable Alarm i Bit-i Enable Alarm i 2 2

ALARM GROUP 1 (1..8)


41003 41004 41005 41006 41007 Reserved Thermal function time T1 constant Compare time delay Hysteresis T16 T1 1 minutes seconds % of compare value, if 0 then % of nominal value 0 0 900 1000 2 2 255 2

ALARM 1
41008 41009 Alarm 1 parameter Alarm 1 function T1 T1 Bit-1 Bit-2 Bit-3 Bit-4 Bit-5 Bit-6 Bit-7 41010 Alarm 1 compare value T17 See OutTypes Reserved: Store into memory (all) Store into memory (1 per minute) Activate LED Activate Alarm Output Activate Beep Output Alarm Condition > (< if 0) Use Thermal function % of parameter value -300 300 2 0 0 1023 255 2 2

ALARM 2
41011 41013 ALARM 2 See ALARM 1 2

ALARM 3
41014 41016 ALARM 3 See ALARM 1 2

ALARM 4
41017 41019 ALARM 4 See ALARM 1 2

ALARM 5
41020 41022 ALARM 5 See ALARM 1 2

ALARM 6

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41023 41025 ALARM 6 See ALARM 1

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ALARM 7
41026 41028 ALARM 7 See ALARM 1 2

ALARM 8
41029 41031 ALARM 8 See ALARM 1 2

ALARM GROUP 2 (9..16)


ALARM GROUP 2 41032 41060 (No. 916) See ALARM GROUP 1 2

ALARM GROUP 3 (17..24)


ALARM GROUP 3 41061 41089 (No. 1724) See ALARM GROUP 1 2

ALARM GROUP 4 (25..32)


ALARM GROUP 4 41090 41119 41118 41998 (No. 2532) Reserved See ALARM GROUP 1 2

MEMORY
41999 42500 Memory Settings

POWER SUPPLY QUALITY (M253 & i5MQ only)


42501 Monitoring mode T1 0 1 42502 Energetic system T1 0 1 2 3 42503 42504 Nominal Supply Voltage Nominal Power Frequency T16 No mode EN50160 Low voltage Medium voltage Low voltage (Islanded system) Medium voltage (Islanded system) % of VT Primary 5.00 120.00 2 0 1 0 1 2

T1

0 1

50 Hz 60 Hz Weeks

42505 42506

Monitoring period Monitoring start day

T1 T1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

1 0

10 6

2 2

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday %o of Nominal Supply Voltage

42507 42508 42509

Voltage Hysteresis Reserved

T16

0.00

5.00

FREQUENCY VARIATIONS
42510 42511 42512 42513 Average interval T1 0 10 sec 0.01 0.01 75.00 25.00 25.00 100.00 2 2 2 Frequency variation 1 T16 Upper Limit % Frequency variation 1 T16 Lower Limit % Frequency variation 1 T16 Required Quality

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0 0 1 2 3 No monitoring Info only Monitoring time Year 3 2

42514

42515 42516 42517 42518 42519 42520

42515

Reserved Frequency variation 2 T16 Upper Limit % Frequency variation 2 T16 Lower Limit % Frequency variation 2 T16 Required Quality Frequency variation 2 T1 Period See Frequency variation 1 Period 0.01 0.01 75.00 0 25.00 25.00 100.00 3 2 2 2 2

42529

Reserved

VOLTAGE VARIATIONS
42530 42531 42532 42533 42534 42535 42535 Average interval Voltage variation 1 Upper Limit % Voltage variation 1 Lower Limit % Voltage variation 1 Required Quality Voltage variation 1 Period Reserved T1 T16 T16 T16 T1 See Frequency variation 1 Period 2 10 min 0.01 0.01 75.00 0 25.00 25.00 100.00 3 2 2 2 2

VOLTAGE VARIATIONS
42536 42537 42538 42539 42540 42541 42542 42543 42544 42550 42540 Voltage variation 2 Upper Limit % Voltage variation 2 Lower Limit % Voltage variation 2 Required Quality Voltage variation 2 Period Reserved Voltage Asymmetry Limit % Symmetry Required Quality Symmetry Period Reserved T16 T16 T1 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0.01 75.00 0 25.00 100.00 3 2 2 2 T16 T16 T16 T1 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0.01 0.01 75.00 0 25.00 25.00 100.00 3 2 2 2 2

VOLTAGE INTERRUPTIONS
42551 42552 42553 42554 42555 42556 42557 Voltage Dip Limit % Allowed No. of Voltage Dips Voltage Dips Period Interruption Limit % Short Interruption time T16 T1 T1 T16 T1 Seconds See Frequency variation 1 Period 50.00 0 0 1.00 1 0 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0 99.00 10000 3 25.00 300 10000 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Allowed No. of Short T1 Interruptions Short Interruptions Period T1

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42558 42559 42560 42560 Allowed No. of Long T1 Interruptions Long Interruptions Period Reserved T1 See Frequency variation 1 Period

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0 0 10000 3 2 2

TRANSIENTS
42561 42562 42563 42564 42565 42566 Transient Limit % T16 1.0 5.00 0 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0 10.00 600.00 10000 3 2 2 2 2 Transient Rate of rice T16 Allowed No. of Transients Transients Period Reserved T1 T1

OVERVOLTAGES AND FLICKERS


42567 42568 42569 42570 42571 42572 42573 42574 42575 42576 42577 42578 42580 Average interval (Flicker) T1 2 10 min 0.01 75.00 See Frequency variation 1 Period 4 2 hour 0.01 75.00 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0 101.00 0 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0 25.00 100.00 3 150.00 10000 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 25.00 100.00 3 2 2 2

Short term Pst Flicker T16 Limit % Flicker Pst Required Quality Flicker Pst Period Average interval (Flicker) T16 T1 T1

Long term Plt Flicker T16 Limit % Flicker Plt Required Quality Flicker Plt Period Temporary Overvoltage Limit % Allowed No. of Overvoltages Overvoltage Period Reserved T16 T1 T16 T1 T1

HARMONICS & THD


42581 42582 42583 42584 42585 42586 42587 42588 42589 42590 42591 42592 42593 42594 42595 42596 Average interval THD Limit % THD Required Quality THD Period T1 T16 T16 75.00 T1 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0 75 See Frequency variation 1 Period 0 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 100.00 3 100 3 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 10 min 0.01 25.00 2

Harmonics Required T16 Quality Harmonics Period 2. Harmonic Limit % 3. Harmonic Limit % 4. Harmonic Limit % 5. Harmonic Limit % T1 T16 T16 T16 T16

6. Harmonics Limit % T16 7. Harmonic Limit % 9. Harmonic Limit % T16 T16

11. Harmonic Limit % T16 13. Harmonic Limit % T16 15. Harmonic Limit % T16

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42597 42598 42599 42600 42601 17. Harmonic Limit % T16 19. Harmonic Limit % T16 21. Harmonic Limit % T16 23. Harmonic Limit % T16 25. Harmonic Limit % T16

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0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 2 2 2 2 2

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Values/Dependencies M233 Software version (=6 if incorrect divider @40025) (=6 if incorrect divider @40026) (=6 if incorrect divider @40027) (=6 if incorrect divider @40028)
(1) (1) (1) (1)

Min 208 -6 -6 -6 -6 -99999999 -99999999 -99999999

Max

Step

Pass 0 0

9 9 9 9

1 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total export active energy (default) Pulse output 1 Pulse output 2 W W W W var L(if > 0); var C (if < 0) var L(if > 0); var C (if < 0) var L(if > 0); var C (if < 0) var L(if > 0); var C (if < 0) A A A A V V V V VA VA VA VA mHz mHz mHz mHz 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg A 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg V

899999999 1 899999999 1 899999999 1 899999999 1

Total import reactive energy (default) -99999999

00.000 00.000 00.000 00.000 -180.00 -180.00 -180.00 -180.00 -180.00 -180.00 -180.00

65.535 65.535 65.535 65.535 +179.99 +179.99 +179.99 +179.99 +179.99 +179.99 +179.99

0.001 Hz 0.001 Hz 0.001 Hz 0.001 Hz 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg 0.01 deg

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Values/Dependencies V V V Total active power Total absolute reactive power Total apparent power Total I Total active power Total absolute reactive power Total apparent power Total I 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % 0.01 % Reset Counter 1 Reset Counter 1 Reset pulse output Counter 1 Reset pulse output Counter 2 Synchronise MD Reset last period MD Reset MD Values 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 400.00 Min Max

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1V 10 A/10 = 1 A 50 A/10 = 5 A 0.1 V 2300 for 230 V Unsigned integer value Unsigned exponent 1 0 10 1 Single phase 3 phase 3 wire balanced 3 phase 4 wire balanced 3 phase 3 wire unbalanced 3 phase 4 wire unbalanced 1200 baud 2400 baud 4800 baud 15999 3 775 4000 0.1 V 1 1 1 V, 5 V 1

0 0 2

2 2 2

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 54 Values/Dependencies 9600 baud 19200 baud 38400 baud 57600 baud 115200 baud 1 => 2 stop bits; 0 => 1 stop bit 1 => Odd parity; 0 => Even parity 1 => Parity; 0 => No parity 1 => 7 bits; 0 => 8 bits (read only) > 10 ms response time Disable Time constant (window period; interval of sub-period) Thermal function Fixed window Sliding window; # of periods Enable quadrant 1 Enable quadrant 2 Enable quadrant 3 Enable quadrant 4 Absolute value Inverted value 1 => Reactive energy; 0 => Active energy Enable quadrant 1 Enable quadrant 2 Enable quadrant 3 Enable quadrant 4 Absolute value Inverted value 1 => Reactive energy; 0 => Active energy Same as Counter 2 mode Same as Counter 1 mode 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000(1) 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000
(1) (1) (1)

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2 2 2 2 2 3 -128 127 1 3 3

1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, , 50000 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, , 50000 320 for 0.2% I1, family HI I2, family HI

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Values/Dependencies I3, family HI I1, family LO I2, family LO I3, family LO U1 U2 U3 Power angle phase L1, family HI Power angle phase L2, family HI Power angle phase L3, family HI Power angle phase L1, family LO Power angle phase L2, family LO Power angle phase L3, family LO Calibrate voltage inputs Calibrate current inputs Calibrate phase angles English French German Spanish Russian Danish Only 0 can be written Counter 1 must be halted Counter 2 must be halted Counter 3 must be halted Counter 4 must be halted NOTE 1: 0 -99999999 -99999999 -99999999 -99999999 3 1 Min Max

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0 2 2 2 2

899999999 1 899999999 1 899999999 1 899999999 1

If Counter 1 or Counter 2 dividers are not set to 1, 10, 100, 1000 or 10000, then the counter does not show correct decade units (k, M, ). If Counter 3 or Counter 4 dividers are not set to 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, then the pulse counter value will be incorrect. The counter is halted when all quadrants are disabled (register address 40023/40024). Example M233 Energy Counter settings.

NOTE 2: NOTE 3:

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Counter Import Energy (kWh) 2/4 1/3

Register 40421/40424 40421/40424 set bits 1, 2 (kWh with sign) set bits 9, 10 (kWh with sign)

Export Energy (kWh)

2/4 1/3

40421/40424 40421/40424

set bits 0, 3 (kWh with + sign) set bits 8, 11 (kWh with + sign)

Import Energy (kvarh)

2/4 1/3

40421/40424 40421/40424

set bits 0, 1, 7 (kvarh with + sign) set bits 8, 9, 15 (kvarh with + sign)

Export Energy (kvarh)

2/4 1/3

40421/40424 40421/40424

set bits 2, 3, 7 (kvarh with sign) set bits 10, 11, 15 (kvarh with sign)

NOTE 4: NOTE 5:

All values except 0 are acceptable. The exponent (bits 14 and 15) affect the Energy Counter decimal places. List of values for Voltage Tr. Secondary register 40017: 10 137 step 1, 140 775 step 5. Any other value between 10 and 775 is rounded to the nearest value in the list. List of values for Current Tr. Ratio register 40018: 1 63 step 1, 65 315 step 5, 320 630 step 10, 650 3150 step 50, 4000. Any other value between 1 and 4000 is rounded to the nearest upper value in the list. Connection Mode value: bit 0: set: I1 is connected; reset: I1 is not connected (I1, P1, Q1, S1, are 0) bit 1: set: I2 is connected; reset: I2 is not connected (I2, P2, Q2, S2, are 0) bit 2: set: I3 is connected; reset: I3 is not connected (I3, P3, Q3, S3, are 0) bit 3: set: 3 phase balanced (Pt = P1 x 3); reset unbalanced or single phase bit 4: set: 4 wire; reset: 3 wire (only for 3 phase balanced mode) At least one bit (0, 1, 2) must be set. If not, then all of them are set to 1 (value7). Bit 3 can be set only when bit 0 or bit 1 or bit 2 is set. Value 1 single phase Value 5 3u Value 7 4u Value 9 3b Value 25 4b Time and Date Settings: The M2x3 can accept invalid data. If invalid data are sent then the M2x3 will display and use invalid time and date. Valid data have to be ensured from application interface.

NOTE 6:

NOTE 7:

NOTE 8:

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OUTPUT PARAMETERS The following codes are used to describe the different measurement values available per M2x3 & I5Mx 3-phase model. Code 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 66 71 72 75 76 79 80 81 82 85 90 91 Parameter Harmonic 2 Harmonic 3 Harmonic 4 Harmonic 5 Harmonic 6 Harmonic 7 Harmonic 8 Harmonic 9 Harmonic 10 Harmonic 11 Harmonic 12 Harmonic 13 Harmonic 14 Harmonic 15 Harmonic 16 Harmonic 17 Harmonic 18 Harmonic 19 Harmonic 20 Harmonic 21 Harmonic 22 Harmonic 23 Harmonic 24 Harmonic 25 THD Frequency Variations 1 Frequency Variations 2 Voltage Variations 1 Voltage Variations 2 Voltage Unbalances Voltage Dips Short Interruptions Long Interruptions Transients Flickers (LT) Flickers (ST)

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 58 Code 95 0 256 512 32768 Parameter Temporary Overvoltages phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 1= time 1s add

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OUTTYPES

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Memory

An_Out

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U1 U2 U3 U~ U12 U23 U31 Uff~ I1 I2 I3 I INc INm I~ P1 P2 P3 P Q1 Q2 Q3 Q

U1 U2 U3 Uavg (phase to neutral) U12 U23 U31 Uavg (phase to phase) I1 I2 I3 SI I neutral (calculated) I neutral (measured) Iavg Active Power Phase L1 (P1) Active Power Phase L2 (P2) Active Power Phase L3 (P3) Active Power Total (Pt) Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) Reactive Power Total (Qt)

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-Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -In -In -In -It -In -In -In -Pn -Pn -Pn -Pt -Pn -Pn -Pn -Pt

-100%

Alarm

M213

M203

LCD

Code Parameter

+Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +In +In +In +It +In +In +In +Pn +Pn +Pn +Pt +Pn +Pn +Pn +Pt

+300%

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S1 S2 S3 S PF1 PF2 PF3 PF PF1-C/I PF2-C/I PF3-C/I PF-C/I PA1 PA2 PA3 PA fi U12 fi U23 fi U31 F Uu THD I1 THD I2

Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) Apparent Power Total (St) Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) Power Factor Total (PFt) CAP/IND P. F. Phase 1 (PF1) CAP/IND P. F. Phase 2 (PF2) CAP/IND P. F. Phase 3 (PF3) CAP/IND P. F. Total (PFt) 1 (angle between U1 and I1) 2 (angle between U2 and I2) 3 (angle between U3 and I3) Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt)) 12 (angle between U1 and U2) 23 (angle between U2 and U3) 31 (angle between U3 and U1) Frequency U unbalance I1 THD% I2 THD%

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-Pn -Pn -Pn -Pt -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 CAP -1 CAP -1 CAP -1 CAP -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 Fn-10Hz -100% -100% -100%

-100%

Alarm

M213

M203

LCD

Code Parameter

+Pn +Pn +Pn +Pt +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +100 +100 +100 +100 +100 +100 +100 Fn+10Hz +100% +100% +100% -1IND -1IND -1IND -1IND

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THD I3 THD U1 THD U2 THD U3 THD U12 THD U23 THD U31 MV-P+ MV-PMV-QL MV-QC MV-S MV-I1 MV-I2 MV-I3 DMV-P+ DMV-PDMV-QL DMV-QC DMV-S DMV-I1

I3 THD% U1 THD% U2 THD% U3 THD% U12 THD% U23 THD% U31 THD% MAX DEMAND SINCE LAST RESET Active Power Total (Pt) - (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) - (negative) Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C Apparent Power Total (St) I1 I2 I3 DYNAMIC DEMAND VALUES Active Power Total (Pt) - (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) - (negative) Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C Apparent Power Total (St) I1

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-100%

Alarm

M213

M203

LCD

Code Parameter

+100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +In +In +In +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +In

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-100%

Alarm

M213

M203

LCD

Code Parameter

+In +In

Memory

Alarm

M213

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E1 E2 E3 E4 E1-$ E2-$ E3-$ E4-$ E-$

Energy Counter 1 Energy Counter 2 Energy Counter 3 Energy Counter 4 Energy Counter 1 Cost Energy Counter 2 Cost Energy Counter 3 Cost Energy Counter 4 Cost Total Energy Counter Cost

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LCD

Code Parameter

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An_Out

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AT Pst1 Pst2 Pst3 Plt1 Plt2 Plt3 Tint T R TAP DC-U DC-I Ufunc AI1 AI2 AI3 AI4 DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4

Active Tariff Flicker Pst1 Flicker Pst2 Flicker Pst3 Flicker Plt1 Flicker Plt2 Flicker Plt3 Internal Temperature Temperature Resistance Resistance ratio DC Voltage DC Current User function Analog input 1 Analog input 2 Analog input 3 Analog input 4 Digital input 1 Digital input 2 Digital input 3 Digital input 4

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-100%

Alarm

M213

M203

LCD

Code Parameter

+100% +100% +100% +100% "1" "1" "1" "1"

+100%

M2x3C+I500C/EN M/C Page 64 Un = In = Pn = It = It = Pt = Pt = Fn = (R40147 / R40146) * R30015 * R40149 (R40145 / R40144) * R30017 * R40148 Un*In In Pn ;Conection Mode: 1b ;Conection Mode: 1b 3*In ;Conection Mode: 3b, 4b, 3u, 4u 3*Pn ;Conection Mode: 3b, 4b, 3u, 4u R40150 40144 40145 40146 40147 40148 40149 40150 30015 30017

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 CT Secondary CT Primary VT Secondary VT Primary Current input range (%) Voltage input range (%) Frequency nominal value Calibration voltage Calibration current

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Registers defined in the Modbus database will define data as one of the data types described in the following table: Type T1 Value / Bit Mask Description Unsigned Value (16 bit) Example: 12345 stored as 12345 = 3039(16) T2 Signed Value (16 bit) Example: -12345 stored as -12345 = CFC7(16) T3 Signed Long Value (32 bit) Example: 123456789 stored as 123456789 = 075B CD 15(16) T4 bits # 15..14 bits # 13..00 Short Unsigned float (16 bit) Decade Exponent(Unsigned 2 bit) Binary Unsigned Value (14 bit) Example: 10000*102 stored as A710(16) T5 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..00 Unsigned Measurement (32 bit) Decade Exponent(Signed 8 bit) Binary Unsigned Value (24 bit) Example: 123456*10-3 stored as FD01 E240(16) T6 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..00 Signed Measurement (32 bit) Decade Exponent (Signed 8 bit) Binary Signed value (24 bit) Example: - 123456*10-3 stored as FDFE 1DC0(16) T7 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..16 bits # 15..00 Power Factor (32 bit) Sign: Import/Export (00/FF) Sign: Inductive/Capacitive (00/FF) Unsigned Value (16 bit), 4 decimal places Example: 0.9876 CAP stored as 00FF 2694(16) T8 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..16 bits # 15..08 bits # 07..00 Time stamp (32 bit) Minutes 00 - 59 (BCD) Hours 00 - 23 (BCD) Day of month 01 - 31 (BCD) Month of year 01 - 12 (BCD) Example: 15:42, 1. SEP stored as 4215 0109(16) T9 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..16 bits # 15..08 bits # 07..00 Time (32 bit) 1/100s 00 - 99 (BCD) Seconds 00 - 59 (BCD) Minutes 00 - 59 (BCD) Hours 00 - 24 (BCD) Example: 15:42:03.75 stored as 7503 4215(16)

M2x3C+I500C/EN M Page 66 Type T10 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..16 bits # 15..00 T_Str4 (T11) T_Str6 (T12) T_Str8 T_Str16 T_Str20 T16 Value / Bit Mask Description Date (32 bit) Day of month 01 - 31 (BCD) Month of year 01 - 12 (BCD) Year (unsigned integer) 1998..4095

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Example: 10, SEP 2000 stored as 1009 07D0(16) Text String 4 characters Two characters per 16 bit register Text String 6 characters Two charcters per 16 bit register Text String 8 characters Two characters per 16 bit register. Text String 16 characters Two characters per 16 bit register. Text String 20 characters Two characters per 16 bit register. Unsigned Value (16 bit), 2 decimal places Example: 123.45 stored as 123.45 = 3039(16) T17 Signed Value (16 bit), 2 decimal places Example: -123.45 stored as -123.45 = CFC7(16) T_Time bits # 63..56 bits # 55..48 bits # 47..40 bits # 39..32 bits # 31..24 bits # 23..16 bits # 15..00 Time and Date (64 bit) 1/100s 00 - 99 (BCD) Seconds 00 - 59 (BCD) Minutes 00 - 59 (BCD) Hours 00 - 24 (BCD) Day of month 01 - 31 (BCD) Month of year 01 - 12 (BCD) Year (unsigned integer) 1998..4095 Example: 15:42:03.75, 10. SEP 2000 stored as 7503 4215 1009 07D0(16) T_TimeIEC bits # 63..55 bits # 54..48 bits # 47..44 bits # 43..40 bits # 39..37 bits # 36..32 bit # 31 bits # 30..29 bits # 28..24 bit # 23 bit # 22 Time and Date (64 bit) = IEC870-5-4 "Binary Time 2a" Reserved Years (0 .. 99) Reserved Months (1 .. 12) Day of Week (1 .. 7) Day of Month (1 .. 31) Summer Time (0 .. 1): Summer time (1), Standard time (0) Reserved Hours (0 .. 23) Invalid (0 .. 1): Invalid (1), Valid (0) Reserved

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Type

Value / Bit Mask bits # 21..16 bits # 15..00

Description Minutes (0 .. 59) Miliseconds (0 .. 59999) Example: 15:42, 1. SEP stored as 4215 0109(16)

T_Data T_Str40 T_float bits # 31 bits # 30..23 bits # 22..0

Record Data Size and SubTypes depends on the Actual Memory Part Text String 40 characters Two characters per 16 bit register. IEEE 754 Floating-Point Single Precision Value (32 bit) Sign Bit (1 bit) Exponent Field (8 bit) Significand (23 bit) Example: 123.45 stored as 123.45000 = 42F6 E666(16)

T9A bits # 15..08 bits # 07..00

Time (16 bit) Minutes 00 - 59 (BCD) Hours 00 - 24 (BCD) Example: 15:42 stored as 4215(16)

T10A bits # 15..08 bits # 07..00

Date (16 bit) Day of month 00 - 31 (BCD) Month of year 00 - 12 (BCD) Example: 30, SEP stored as 3009(16)

T18

Signed Value (16 bit), 4 decimal places Example: -0.2345 stored as -2345 = F6D7(16)

T_RecTime bit # 31 bis # 30 bits # 29..26 bits # 25..22 bits # 21..17 bits # 16..00

Time and Date (32 bit) Power Off Reserved (Year-2000) MOD 16 Month of year (1 - 12) Day of month (1 - 31) Seconds in Day (0 - 86400) Example: 15:42:03, 10. SEP 2006 stored as 1A54 DCCB(16)

T_Hex4

4 Hex Bytes Two Hex Bytes per 16-bit register

T_Hex6

6 Hex Bytes Two Hex Bytes per 16-bit register

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FLASH DATA Flash data information.

FLASH data transfer


Request Character # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1..123 CRC lo CRC hi value 1..247 044H 0.. 7 MODBUS address Function code Memory Part Data Pointer bits (16..23) Data Pointer bits (8..15) Data Pointer bits (0..7) # of words to transfer Response Character # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 8+2*N 9+2*N 1..123 Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data CRC lo CRC hi value 1..247 044H 0.. 7 MODBUS address Function code Memory Part Data Pointer bits (16..23) Data Pointer bits (8..15) Data Pointer bits (0..7) # of words to transfer Time stamp (bits 8..15) Time stamp (bits 0..7) Time stamp (bits 24..32) Time stamp (bits 16..23) Value1 (bits 8..15) or Alarm Group 2 Value1 (bits 0..7) or Alarm Group 1 Value2 (bits 8..15) or Alarm Group 4 Value2 (bits 0..7) or Alarm Group 3

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FLASH Used Records Reset


Request Character # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 value 1..247 044H 0.. 7 0 0 0 0 0 CRC lo CRC hi MODBUS address Function code Memory Part Unused Unused Unused Constant SubFunction Response Character # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 value 1..247 044H 0.. 7 0 0 0 0 0 CRC lo CRC hi MODBUS address Function code Memory Part Unused Unused Unused Constant SubFunction

FLASH index search


Request Character # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 CRC lo CRC hi 0 1 value 1..247 044H 0.. 7 MODBUS address Function code Memory Part Reference Data Pointer bits (16..23) Reference Data Pointer bits (8..15) Reference Data Pointer bits (0..7) Constant SubFunction Time stamp (bits 24..32) Time stamp (bits 16..23) Time stamp (bits 8..15) Time stamp (bits 0..7) Response Character # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 CRC lo CRC hi 0 1 value 1..247 044H 0.. 7 MODBUS address Function code Memory Part Found Data Pointer bits (16..23) Found Data Pointer bits (8..15) Found Data Pointer bits (0..7) Constant SubFunction Time stamp (bits 24..32) Time stamp (bits 16..23) Time stamp (bits 8..15) Time stamp (bits 0..7)

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7.1

MODBUS DATA FOR I5MC/MV/MS/ML


MEASUREMENTS MODBUS

Parameter

Register Start End

Type

Actual Measurements Frequency U1 I1 Active Power (P1) Reactive Power (Q1) Apparent Power (S1) Power Factor (PF1) 1 (angle between U1 and I1) Internal Temperature U1 THD% I1 THD% Alarm Status Flags (No. 116) I/O 1 Value I/O 2 Value Energy (i5ML only) Energy Counter 1 Exponent Energy Counter 2 Exponent Energy Counter 3 Exponent Energy Counter 4 Exponent Energy Counter 1 Energy Counter 2 Energy Counter 3 Energy Counter 4 Demand values Dynamic demand values U1 I1 Apparent Power (Sn) Active Power (Pn) - (positive) Active Power (Pn) - (negative) 34302 34304 34306 34308 34310 34303 34305 34307 34309 34311 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 34201 34202 34203 34204 34206 34208 34210 34212 34207 34209 34211 34213 T2 T2 T2 T2 T3 T3 T3 T3 34101 34103 34105 34107 34109 34111 34113 34115 34116 34117 34118 34119 34121 34122 34102 34104 34106 34108 34110 34112 34114 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 T5 T7 T17 T17 T16 T16 T1 T17 T17

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 MODBUS Parameter Register Start Reactive Power (Qn) - L Reactive Power (Qn) - C Max demand since last reset U1 I1 Apparent Power (Sn) Active Power (Pn) - (positive) Active Power (Pn) - (negative) Reactive Power (Qn) - L Reactive Power (Qn) - C 7.2 34316 34318 34320 34322 34324 34326 34328 34317 34319 34321 34323 34325 34327 34329 T5 T5 T5 T6 T6 T6 T6 34312 34314 End 34313 34315 Type

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T6 T6

NORMALISED MEASUREMENTS MODBUS Register Type

Parameter

100% value

U1 I1 Active Power (P1) Reactive Power (Q1) Apparent Power (S1) Power Factor (PF1) CAP/IND P. F. (PF1) 1 (angle between U1 and I1) Frequency I1 THD% U1 THD% Max demand since last reset Active Power (Pn) - (positive) Active Power (Pn) (negative) Reactive Power (Qn) - L Reactive Power (Qn) - C Apparent Power (Sn) I1 U1

34401 34402 34403 34404 34405 34406 34407 34408 34409 34410 34411

T16 T16 T17 T17 T16 T17 T17 T17 T17 T16 T16

Un In Pn Pn Pn 1 1 100 Fn+10Hz 100% 100%

34412 34413 34414 34415 34416 34417 34418

T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

Pn Pn Pn Pn Pn In Un

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100% value

Dynamic demand values Active Power (Pn) - (positive) Active Power (Pn) (negative) Reactive Power (Qn) - L Reactive Power (Qn) - C Apparent Power (Sn) I1 U1 Energy (i5ML only) Energy Counter 1 Energy Counter 2 Energy Counter 3 Energy Counter 4 Internal Temperature 34426 34427 34428 34429 34430 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 Actual counter value MOD 20000 is returned 100 34419 34420 34421 34422 34423 34424 34425 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 Pn Pn Pn Pn Pn In Un

FAST RESPONSE normalized actual measurements U1 I1 Active Power (P1) Reactive Power (Q1) Apparent Power (S1) Power Factor (PF1) CAP/IND P. F. (PF1) 1 (angle between U1 and I1) Frequency I1 THD% U1 THD% 34501 34502 34503 34504 34505 34506 34507 34508 34509 34510 34511 T17 T16 T16 T16 T16 T17 T17 T16 T17 T17 T17 Un In Pn Pn Pn 1 1 100 Fn+10Hz 100% 100%

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 100% values calculations for normalized measurements Un = In = Pn = Fn = (R40147 / R40146) * R30015 * R40149 (R40145 / R40144) * R30017 * R40148 Un*In R40150

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Register Content 30015 30017 Calibration voltage Calibration current

M2x3C+I500C/EN M Page 74 7.3 MEASUREMENTS (IEEE 754 ) MODBUS Parameter Register Start U1 I1 Active Power (P1) Reactive Power (Q1) Apparent Power (S1) Power Factor (PF1) CAP/IND P. F. (PF1) 1 (angle between U1 and I1) Frequency I1 THD% U1 THD% Max demand since last reset Active Power (Pn) - (positive) Active Power (Pn) - (negative) Reactive Power (Qn) - L Reactive Power (Qn) - C Apparent Power (Sn) I1 U1 Dynamic demand values Active Power (Pn) - (positive) Active Power (Pn) - (negative) Reactive Power (Qn) - L Reactive Power (Qn) - C Apparent Power (Sn) I1 U1 Energy (i5ML only) Energy Counter 1 Energy Counter 2 Energy Counter 3 Energy Counter 4 Internal Temperature 34651 34653 34655 34657 34659 34652 34654 34656 34658 34660 T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float 34637 34639 34641 34643 34645 34647 34649 34638 34640 34642 34644 34646 34648 34650 T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float 34623 34625 34627 34629 34631 34633 34635 34624 34626 34628 34630 34632 34634 34636 T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float 34601 34603 34605 34607 34609 34611 34613 34615 34617 34619 34621 End 34602 34604 34606 34608 34610 34612 34614 34616 34618 34620 34622 Type

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T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float T_float

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7.4

PRODUCT SETTINGS Register table for the basic settings Values / Dependencies mA A/10 mV V/10 10000 for 100% 10000 for 100% Hz 5,00 200,00 2,50 100,00 10 1000

Register Content 40144 40145 40146 40147 40148 40149 40150 CT Secondary CT Primary VT Secondary VT Primary Current input range (%) Voltage input range (%) Frequency nominal value

Type T4 T4 T4 T4 T16 T16 T1

Ind

Min

Max

P. Level 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

7.5

MODBUS DATA TYPES Registers defined in the Modbus database will define data as one of the data types described in the following table:

Type T1 T2 T3

Bit mask

Description Unsigned Value (16 bit) Example: 12345 = 3039(16) Signed Value (16 bit) Example: -12345 = CFC7(16) Signed Long Value (32 bit) Example: 123456789 = 075B CD 15(16) Short Unsigned float (16 bit)

T4

bits # 1514 bits # 1300

Decade Exponent(Unsigned 2 bit) Binary Unsigned Value (14 bit) Example: 10000*102 = A710(16) Unsigned Measurement (32 bit)

T5

bits # 3124 bits # 2300

Decade Exponent(Signed 8 bit) Binary Unsigned Value (24 bit) Example: 123456*10-3 = FD01 E240(16) Signed Measurement (32 bit)

T6

bits # 3124 bits # 2300

Decade Exponent (Signed 8 bit) Binary Signed value (24 bit) Example: - 123456*10-3 = FDFE 1DC0(16)

M2x3C+I500C/EN M Page 76 Type Bit mask bits # 3124 T7 bits # 2316 bits # 1500 Description Power Factor (32 bit) Sign: Import/Export (00/FF) Sign: Inductive/Capacitive (00/FF) Unsigned Value (16 bit), 4 decimal places Example: 0.9876 CAP = 00FF 2694(16) Time (32 bit) bits # 3124 T9 bits # 2316 bits # 1508 bits # 0700 1/100s 00 - 99 (BCD) Seconds 00 - 59 (BCD) Minutes 00 - 59 (BCD) Hours 00 - 24 (BCD) Example: 15:42:03.75 = 7503 4215(16) Date (32 bit) bits # 3124 T10 bits # 2316 bits # 1500 Day of month 01 - 31 (BCD) Month of year 01 - 12 (BCD) Year (unsigned integer) 1998..4095 Example: 10, SEP 2000 = 1009 07D0(16) T16 T17 T_Str4 T_Str6 T_Str8 T_Str16 T_Str40 Unsigned Value (16 bit), 2 decimal places Example: 123.45 = 3039(16) Signed Value (16 bit), 2 decimal places Example: -123.45 = CFC7(16)

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Text: 4 characters (2 characters for 16 bit register) Text: 6 characters (2 characters for 16 bit register) Text: 8 characters (2 characters for 16 bit register) Text: 16 characters (2 characters for 16 bit register) Text: 40 characters (2 characters for 16 bit register)

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DNP3.0 PROGRAMMING FOR M2X3 AND I5MT/MR/MQ


Communication protocols: Modbus and DNP3 protocol are enabled via RS232 and RS485 or Ethernet communication. Both communication protocols are supported on all communication ports of the device. The response is the same type as the request. DNP3 DNP3 protocol enables operation of Measurement Centre on DNP3 networks. For devices with serial communication the DNP3 protocol enables point to point (for example device to PC) communication via RS232 communication and multi drop communication via RS485.

8.1

DNP 3.0 DEVICE PROFILE DOCUMENT

DNP 3.0
Device Profile Document Device Name: Measurement centre Vendor Name: Alstom Grid Models Covered: M2x3, i5MT/MR/MQ Highest DNP Level Supported: For Requests: 2 For Responses: 2

Device Function: Master Slave Notable objects, functions, and/or qualifiers supported in addition to the Highest DNP Levels Supported (the complete list is described in the DNP V3.0 Implementation table):

Maximum Data Link Frame Size (octets): Transmitted: 292 Received: 292 Maximum Data Link Re-tries: None Configurable Requires Data Link Layer Confirmation: Never Always Sometimes Configurable Requires Application Layer Confirmation: Never Always Sometimes Configurable

Maximum Application Fragment Size (octets): Transmitted: 2048 Received: 249 Maximum Application Layer Re-tries: None Configurable

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Timeouts while waiting for: Data Link Confirm: None Fixed at ____ Variable Configurable Complete Appl. Fragment: None Fixed at ____ Variable Configurable Application Confirm: None Fixed at ____ Variable Configurable Complete Appl. Response: None Fixed at ____ Variable Configurable Others: Sends/Executes Control Operations: WRITE Binary Outputs Never Always Sometimes Configurable SELECT/OPERATE Never Always Sometimes Configurable DIRECT OPERATE Never Always Sometimes Configurable DIRECT OPERATE NO ACK Never Always Sometimes Configurable Count > 1 Pulse On Pulse Off Latch On Latch Off

Never Never Never Never Never

Always Sometimes Configurable Always Sometimes Configurable Always Sometimes Configurable Always Sometimes Configurable Always Sometimes Configurable

Queue Never Always Sometimes Configurable Clear Queue Never Always Sometimes Configurable Reports Binary Input Change Events Reports time-tagged Binary Input Change when no specific variation requested: Events when no specific variation requested: Never Never Only non-time-tagged Binary Input Change With Relative Time Configurable Configurable Sends Unsolicited Responses: Never Configurable Only certain Objects Sometimes ENABLE/DISABLE UNSOLICITED Function codes supported Default Counter Object/Variation: No Counters Reported Configurable Default Object: 30 Default Variation: 2 Point-by-point list attached Sends Multi-Fragment Responses: Yes No Sends Static Data in Unsolicited Responses: Never When Device Restarts When Status Flags Change No other options are permitted. Counters Roll Over at: No Counters Reported Configurable 16 Bits 32 Bits Other Value:____ Point-by-point list attached

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Object Number 30 30 Variation Number 2 4 Description

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DNP3.0 REGISTER MAP Request


Function Codes (dec) 1 1 Qualifier Codes (hex) 00, 01, 02, 06 00, 01, 02, 06

Response
Function Codes (dec) 129 129 Qualifier Codes (hex) 00, 01, 02, 00 00, 01, 02, 00

16-Bit Analog Input with flag 16-Bit Analog Input without flag

Object
Object Number 60 60 60 60 Variation Number 1 2 3 4 Description

Request
Function Codes (dec) 1 1 1 1 Qualifier Codes (hex) 6 00, 01, 02, 06 00, 01, 02, 06 00, 01, 02, 06

Response
Function Codes (dec) 129 129 129 129 Qualifier Codes (hex) 0 00, 01, 02, 00 00, 01, 02, 00 00, 01, 02, 00

CLASS 0 DATA CLASS 1 DATA CLASS 2 DATA CLASS 3 DATA

DNP Point 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Contents U1 U2 U3 Uavg (phase to neutral) U12 U23 U31 Uavg (phase to phase) I1 I2 I3 I total I neutral (calculated) I neutral (measured) Iavg Active Power Phase L1 (P1) Active Power Phase L2 (P2) Active Power Phase L3 (P3) Active Power Total (Pt) Reactive Power Phase L1 (Q1) Reactive Power Phase L2 (Q2) Reactive Power Phase L3 (Q3) Reactive Power Total (Qt) Apparent Power Phase L1 (S1) Apparent Power Phase L2 (S2) Apparent Power Phase L3 (S3) Apparent Power Total (St)

Data Type T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T16 T16 T16 T16

Type -100% +100% Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -Un -In -In -In -In -In -In -In -Pn -Pn -Pn -Pt -Pn -Pn -Pn -Pt -Pn -Pn -Pn -Pt +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +Un +In +In +In +In +In +In +In +Pn +Pn +Pn +Pt +Pn +Pn +Pn +Pt +Pn +Pn +Pn +Pt

Remark

M2x3C+I500C/EN M Page 80 DNP Point 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Contents Power Factor Phase 1 (PF1) Power Factor Phase 2 (PF2) Power Factor Phase 3 (PF3) Power Factor Total (PFt) CAP/IND P. F. Phase 1 (PF1) CAP/IND P. F. Phase 2 (PF2) CAP/IND P. F. Phase 3 (PF3) CAP/IND P. F. Total (PFt) j1 (angle between U1 and I1) j2 (angle between U2 and I2) j3 (angle between U3 and I3) Power Angle Total (atan2(Pt,Qt)) j12 (angle between U1 and U2) j23 (angle between U2 and U3) j31 (angle between U3 and U1) Frequency U unbalace I1 THD% I2 THD% I3 THD% U1 THD% U2 THD% U3 THD% U12 THD% U23 THD% U31 THD% MAX DEMAND SINCE LAST RESET Active Power Total (Pt) (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) (negative) Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C Apparent Power Total (St) I1 I2 I3 DYNAMIC DEMAND VALUES Active Power Total (Pt) (positive) Active Power Total (Pt) (negative) Reactive Power Total (Qt) - L Reactive Power Total (Qt) - C Apparent Power Total (St) I1 Data Type T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 Type -100% +100% Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 CAP -1 CAP -1 CAP -1 CAP -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 Fn10Hz -100% -100% -100% -100% -100% -100% -100% -100% -100% -100% +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +100 +100 +100 +100 +100 +100 +100 Fn+10 Hz +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% +100% 300% for -1 IND 300% for -1 IND 300% for -1 IND 300% for -1 IND Remark

53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16 T16

Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data

-Pt -Pt -Pt -Pt -Pt -In -In -In -Pt -Pt -Pt -Pt -Pt -In

+Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +In +In +In +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +Pt +In

Technical Manual iSTAT M2x3 & I500 Modbus & DNP3.0 DNP Contents Point 67 I2 68 I3 ENERGY 69 Energy Counter 1 70 Energy Counter 2 71 Energy Counter 3 72 Energy Counter 4 73 Energy Counter 1 Cost 74 Energy Counter 2 Cost 75 Energy Counter 3 Cost 76 Energy Counter 4 Cost 77 Total Energy Counter Cost 78 Active Tariff 8.3 Type T1 T2 T3 Data Type T16 T16 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T17 T1 Type -100% +100% Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data Data -In -In +In +In

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(32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000 (32-bit value) MOD 20000

DATA TYPES DECODING Bit mask Description Unsigned Value (16 bit) Example: 12345 = 3039(16) Signed Value (16 bit) Example: -12345 = CFC7(16) Signed Long Value (32 bit) Example: 123456789 = 075B CD 15(16) Short Unsigned float (16 bit) bits # 1514 bits # 1300 Decade Exponent(Unsigned 2 bit) Binary Unsigned Value (14 bit) Example: 10000*102 = A710(16) Unsigned Value (16 bit), 2 decimal places Example: 123.45 = 3039(16) Signed Value (16 bit), 2 decimal places Example: -123.45 = CFC7(16) 100% VALUE CALCULATIONS (R40147 / R40146) * R30015 * R40149 (R40145 / R40144) * R30017 * R40148 Un*In In ; for Connection Mode: 1b

T4

T16 T17 8.4 Un = In = Pn = It = It = Pt = Pt = Fn =

3*In ; for Connection Modes: 3b, 4b, 3u, 4u Pn ; for Connection Mode: 1b

3*Pn ; for Connection Modes: 3b, 4b, 3u, 4u R40150

M2x3C+I500C/EN M Page 82 Register Content 30015 30017 Calibration voltage Calibration current

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Register Content 40143 Connection Mode

Data T1

Ind 0 1 2 3 4 5

Values / Dependencies No mode

Min 1

Max 5

P. Level 2

1b - Single Phase 3b - 3 phase 3 wire balanced 4b - 3 phase 4 wire balanced 3u - 3 phase 3 wire unbalanced 4u - 3 phase 4 wire unbalanced mA A/10 mV V/10 10000 for 100% 5,00 200,00 2 2 2 10000 for 100% 2,50 100,00 Hz 10 1000 2 2 2 2

40144 40145 40146 40147 40148 40149 40150

CT Secondary T4 CT Primary T4

VT Secondary T4 VT Primary Current input range (%) Voltage input range (%) Frequency nominal value T4 T16 T16 T1

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RELATED DOCUMENTS
Ref 1 2 Document PI-MBUS-300 Rev. E QDSP EN/M Title Modicon Modbus Protocol Reference Guide iSTAT Configuration and Analysis Software Manual

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