Technical specification for tender

SECTION 16910-1
ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT MONITORS
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............................................................................3 1.................................................................................................................................................8 Last update :17-12-13 ........2REFERENCES...............doc Table of contents: 1........................................................................................EXECUTION..................................3 1....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Technical specification for tender 196186868.........1DESCRIPTION...............................3 2............................................................................................................................................................................................................................GENERAL......3 1................................................................................................................................................1INSTALLATION...3 2..............................................................1MANUFACTURERS....................................3 3..3 2........................................................................3 1...................................................................................................................................4QUALITY...............3SUBMITTALS.................................................................................2CIRCUIT MONITORS.............................................8 3.............................................................................PRODUCT.............................................................................................................................................

and all contractor connections. demand power. The device shall not violate any U. and CE compliant. and K-factor of each current. total harmonic distortion (THD) of each current and voltage. SUBMITTALS Indicate electrical characteristics and connection requirements. accumulated energy. single line diagram indicating external wiring requirements.2 - - 196186868. Any battery or other device used to provide non-volatile memory shall be serviceable from the front of the circuit monitor and servicing shall not require removing the circuit monitor from the gear in which it is mounted. the internal connections. location of conduit entry and exit. demand current. real power. Product Data: Provide catalog sheets and technical data sheets to indicate physical data and electrical performance. PRODUCT 2. REFERENCES All Circuit Monitors shall be UL 508 Listed. IEC 801-2 Electrostatic Discharge. wired and tested prior to shipment to the job site. The drawings shall show all components including necessary component dimensions.4 - Electronic Circuit Monitors. power factor. Drawings shall identify terminal blocks used for interconnections and wire type to be used. temperature. 2.doc The Circuit Monitors shall be POWERLOGIC as manufactured by Square D Company [or approved equal]. In addition. type. accumulated reactive energy. shall be provided to monitor electrical circuits as designated on the project drawings. The Circuit Monitors shall be rated for an operating temperature range of -25° C to 70° C and have an overcurrent withstand rating of 500 amps for 1 second. and IEC 801-5 Surge Voltage Immunity requirements. the power equipment shop drawings shall clearly identify the components. Circuit Monitors included within the power equipment lineups shall be factory installed. The manufacturer shall demonstrate the Circuit Monitor is not a prototype and that similar devices have been installed and successfully operated for at least five years. reactive power. Sub-part J for Class A application. All setup parameters required by the Circuit Monitors shall be stored in nonvolatile memory and retained in the event of a control power interruption. and connection requirements. The Circuit Monitor shall comply with the applicable portions of NEMA standards. GENERAL 1. Last update :17-12-13 -3- . and weight. QUALITY The Circuit Monitor vendor shall be ISO 9000 registered to demonstrate quality compliance. When Circuit Monitor components are installed by the power equipment manufacturer. as described herein.Power Monitoring and Control System. size.3 - - 1. The current and voltage signals shall be digitally sampled at a rate high enough to provide valid data for waveform analysis and true rms metering accurate beyond the 30th harmonic (fundamental of 60 Hz). it shall comply with FCC Emission Standards specified in Part 15. S.2 - 1. Information provided by each circuit monitor shall include frequency. electrical characteristics.1 MANUFACTURERS 2. CSA approved. Any networking of the Circuit Monitors shall comply with Section 16920-1 .Technical specification for tender 1. patents. current. CIRCUIT MONITORS Electronic circuit monitors shall provide true rms metered values. predicted demand power. apparent power. voltage.1 DESCRIPTION - 1.

Apparent power. continuous duty. .Energy (MWh) and reactive energy (MVARh) .These accuracies shall be maintained for both light and full loads.All reset and setup functions shall have a means for protection against unauthorized/accidental changes. In four-wire connections the Circuit Monitor shall utilize the circuit neutral common reference and not earth ground. . The Circuit Monitor shall be equipped with a front panel communications port as standard equipment. to provide metering accuracy. .Power factor.Accumulated Energy. If the fourth CT is not used. . three phase . or 400 Hz. Any Circuit Monitor may be applied in three-phase. phase-to-neutral.Voltage and current for all phases shall be sampled simultaneously to assure high accuracy in conditions of low power factor or large waveform distortions (harmonics).Setup for system requirements shall be allowed from the front of the Circuit Monitor. The Circuit Monitor shall be capable of being applied without modification at nominal frequencies of 50.2 mV shall be supported . the display shall remain on continuously. 3-phase average and neutral (if applicable) . per phase and 3-phase total . . long-life display to provide local access to the following metered quantities as well as the minimum and maximum value of each instantaneous quantity since last reset of min/max: . In the interest of safety. provision shall be made that if PTs are not used.05% of full scale for voltage and current metering and 0. three. three phase . (MWh and MVARh) . 4-wire] .The Circuit Monitors shall be equipped with an integral.) . per phase .Demand current. it shall not be necessary to bring voltages greater than 120 VAC (line to neutral) to the Circuit Monitor itself.15% of reading plus 0.doc The Circuit Monitor shall maintain in nonvolatile memory maximum and minimum values for each of the instantaneous values reported as well as the time and date that the minimum or maximum was set. 3-phase total and per phase .or four-wire systems. The Circuit Monitor shall operate properly over a wide range of control power including 100-264 VAC or 100-300 VDC.System type [three-phase. The port shall be completely accessible during normal operation and shall not require exposure of the operator to life- Last update :17-12-13 -4- . phase-to-phase.K-factor. per phase and 3-phase total .Reset of the following electrical parameters shall also be allowed from the front of the Circuit Monitor: . current and voltage.Current.3% for all power and energy functions. The Circuit Monitor shall surface or flush mount to an enclosure and be provided with an attractive finish bezel ring.Frequency . Connections to 18-60 VDC shall also be available. 3-wire] [three-phase. with no detrimental effect on the useful life of the Circuit Monitor.Real power.Demand real power.Peak demand current .CT primaries through 32 kA shall be supported The Circuit Monitor shall be accurate to 0. A fourth CT input shall be available to measure neutral or ground current. then a residual current shall be calculated by vectorial addition of the phase currents. current.Voltage.Demand interval (5-60 min. 60. Connection to 480Y/277 VAC circuits shall be possible without use of PTs.Peak demand power (kW) and peak demand apparent power (kVA) .PT primaries through 1. Setup provisions shall include: . per phase and 3-phase total .For ease in operator viewing.CT rating [ ]:5) .Technical specification for tender - - - - - 196186868.No annual recalibration by users shall be required to maintain these accuracies. and 3-phase average (phase-to-phase and phase-to-neutral) . per phase .Watt-hours per pulse . per phase rms.PT rating [ ]:120) .Reactive power.Demand apparent power.THD. per phase and three phase average . . The Circuit Monitors shall accept inputs from industry standard instrument transformers (120 VAC secondary PTs and 5 A secondary CTs).

Current. per phase . and apparent power . . and MVARh) .Frequency . per phase rms and neutral (if applicable) .Apparent power. per phase All power demand calculations shall be done by any one of the following calculation methods. per phase and 3-phase total .Thermal demand using a sliding window updated every 15 seconds. When a connection is made to the front port.Demand real power.Current. . voltage and current. No Circuit Monitor disassembly or changing of integrated circuit chips shall be required.Reactive power.Power factor. phase-to-phase and phase-to-neutral . .Predicted demand for real power.Power factor. This message need not be addressed specifically to any one Circuit Monitor. .Average demand for real power. An optional status input shall be used to sense the pulse.For real and reactive energy reported values.The default demand calculation method shall be a 15 minute sliding window thermal demand. These firmware upgrades shall be done through either the front or rear communication connection. The window length shall be set by the user from 5-60 minutes in 5 minute intervals.Voltage unbalance. 3-phase average rms .Accumulated energy . The operator shall be able to quickly connect a small Personal Computer (PC) to this port without use of tools or splices. per phase and 3-phase total . reactive power. three-phase average . .The following demand readings shall be reported by the Circuit Monitor: . It shall be possible to field upgrade the firmware in the Circuit Monitor to enhance functionality. Last update :17-12-13 -5- . This front panel port shall have all of the communication functionality of the standard hard wired rear port.K-factor. the Circuit Monitor shall disregard communication from the rear port until the front port is disconnected.Demand apparent power.doc threatening voltage when in use. per phase .Peak demand current. utilizing a synch pulse provided externally. apparent rms .Each Circuit Monitor shall be capable of operating a solid state KYZ output relay to provide output pulses for a user definable increment of reported energy.Total Harmonic Distortion (THD).External Pulse Synchronization. per phase .Sliding block interval with continuous sliding 15 second subintervals. with optional sub-intervals.Temperature . MVAH. It shall not be necessary to de-energize the circuit or the equipment to upgrade the firmware. per phase and three-phase average . Each Circuit Monitor shall be capable of receiving a broadcast message over the communications network that can be used to synchronize demand calculations by several Circuit Monitors. The window length shall be set by the user from 5-60 minutes in five minute increments. 3-phase total . separate totals for energy flow in each direction shall be kept. selectable by the user: . per phase . and apparent power .Accumulated energy.Average demand current.Accumulated reactive energy . Minimum relay life shall be in excess of one billion operations. as well as an arithmetic sum.Voltage.Current.Demand current. three-phase average .Technical specification for tender - - - - 196186868. reactive power. and apparent power . reactive power.Peak demand for real power. The following metered values as well as the minimum and maximum instantaneous readings since last reset shall be communicated by the Circuit Monitor: . (MWh. per phase and 3-phase total . The user shall be able to set the sub-interval length from 5-30 minutes in 5 minute intervals. phase-to-phase and phase-to-neutral .Accumulated apparent energy .Real power.Block interval. The following energy readings shall be reported by the Circuit Monitor: .

12. four solid state status inputs. archival.One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation. The waveform capture sequence shall be initiated within 1 millisecond after the trigger is sensed. Waveform capture shall be user selectable for 4. 420 mA Last update :17-12-13 -6- . It shall be possible to set up each log to take data at a different user defined schedule interval. and multiple waveforms. three mechanical output relays. convertible from 0-5 VDC to 4-20 mA. 4. In addition. Circuit Monitors shall be equipped with one of the following I/O options as shown on the project drawings: . . 36. Waveform log entries shall be scheduled at a user defined interval.One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation. externally triggered. or 60 cycles of data. 12. three mechanical output relays. In addition. Logged information to be stored in each Circuit Monitor includes: . . date. date. Waveforms synthesized or composed over time shall not be acceptable.The Circuit Monitor shall transmit the waveform samples over the network to the personal computer workstation for display. 36. 48. Each log entry shall be date and time stamped.Data logs can be configured by users to be Fill & Hold or Circular (FIFO). This information shall be communicated to the PCW upon demand. 48. convertible from 0-5 VDC to 4-20 mA. four analog inputs. event information.Each voltage and current of all the phases shall be sampled concurrently so that proper phase relationships are maintained. 0-1 mA . four solid state status inputs. This log shall have a capacity of up to 1. and 60 cycle as defined by the user. and coincident information for each user defined alarm or event.A Min/Max log file shall include the time.Either type of waveform capture shall be initiated either from a Personal Computer Workstation (PCW) running the appropriate Power Monitoring and Control Systems software. four analog outputs. four solid state status inputs.A simple user interface shall be available to enable the user to allocate Circuit Monitor memory to different log functions. Each circuit monitor shall be able to log data. and store in internal memory. it shall be possible for a user to define an event or new min/max condition that will trigger log file entries. . Waveform logs shall be either Fill & Hold or Circular (FIFO) as defined by the user.Harmonic analysis performed on the captured waveforms shall resolve harmonics through the 31st.Option Three . convertible from 0-5 VDC to 4-20 mA. . 4-20 mA . one analog input. an external trigger can initiate the 12. . 48. The monitors shall offer up to 356 KB of on-board non-volatile memory. eight solid state status inputs .Waveform logs shall store captured waveforms. The type of data for the log shall be selected from a list of 175 monitored values. and value for the minimum and maximum of each of the instantaneous metered values. so that harmonic flow analysis can be performed. or by the circuit monitor as a user defined response to an alarm condition.000 events selected from over 100 alarms or events. 64 digitally sampled data points for each cycle of each phase voltage and current.Option Six . . or 60 cycle waveform.Option Five .The data used for the four cycle waveform capture display shall also be used to derive metered quantities in order to provide meaningful additional data. Each log entry shall be user configurable to consist of from one to over 75 values of instantaneous data. three mechanical output relays .All waveforms must reflect actual circuit performance. four solid state status inputs. one analog output. .One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation.An alarm and event log shall contain time. Data logging may be accomplished either within the circuit monitor or at the PCW.One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation. A user definable delay shall determine how many of the cycles are shown before and after the trigger event. .One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation.Option Four .Technical specification for tender - - - 196186868. 36. .One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation. .The Circuit Monitor shall capture. or both. and analysis. alarms and events. and so that the effect of a disturbance can be observed on all phase voltages and currents. one analog output.doc All Circuit Monitors shall include current and voltage waveform capture capability. Circuit Monitor Input/Output Options: Input/Output modules shall be field replaceable.Up to 14 separate data logs shall be configurable by the user. . or forced in response to a user defined event. . one solid state input suitable for external end of demand interval demand pulse detection . depending on the type of data. three mechanical output relays.Option Two .Option One . one analog input.

Last update :17-12-13 -7- . the Circuit Monitor will set the nominal current or voltage equal to its present average value.There shall be three alarm severity levels in order make it easier for the user to respond to the most important events first. .Over kW or kVAR into/out of load . This capability is characterized by the following features: . .For each over/under metered value alarm. 48. .The user shall be able to set a threshold and delay which shall be used by the circuit monitor to determine if an event has occurred.End of incremental energy interval . . There shall be zero blind time.Phase loss. and delay.Each output relay used in a momentary contact mode shall have an independent timer that can be set by the user. .Over THD . or set to operate in response to user defined alarm event.Over demand.One solid state output suitable for KYZ pulse initiation. 36.Disturbance events less than one cycle in length shall be detected.The following classes of events shall be available as alarm events: .Status Input change . . current .It shall be possible for individual relay outputs to be controlled by multiple alarms in a wired "OR" configuration. four analog inputs. All Circuit Monitors noted on the project drawings shall include sag and swell detection capability. convertible from 0-5 VDC to 4-20 mA.doc - - - Option Seven .Under power factor.Indication of an alarm condition shall be given on the front panel.Relay outputs shall operate either by user command sent over the communication link. . When using the relative setpoint.Voltage sag/swell . of all phase currents and voltages.Phase loss. . the Circuit Monitor shall be capable of : . three mechanical output relays.Technical specification for tender 196186868.Over/under current .Over kVA . drop-out.Over/under analog inputs . The sample rate shall be of sufficient resolution to show the 31st harmonic for each cycle.End of demand interval .Over K-factor .Current sag/swell .Current imbalance .Over/under frequency . Output Relay Control .Output relays shall close in either a momentary or latched mode as defined by the user. true or displacement .Phase reversal . . 12. four analog outputs.The Circuit Monitor shall continuously monitor for disturbances in the currents and incoming voltage.Voltage imbalance .Reverse power . voltage . four solid state status inputs. each cycle shall be individually monitored. The threshold shall be user defined as either a fixed setpoint or relative setpoint. .Over/under voltage . the user shall be able to define a pick-up. .Operating any output relay on an optional I/O module. 0-1 mA Alarm events shall be user definable. current or power .Recording the disturbance into an event log with a date and time stamp to the millisecond.Logging a waveform of the event. or 60 cycles in length. The Circuit Monitor will automatically adjust the nominal current and voltage values to avoid nuisance alarms caused by gradual daily variations of currents and voltages.Upon detecting a disturbance. .Causing an operator alarm at the PCW workstation.

g.Metering of combined utilities: gas. etc.This information shall be available for all three phases. shift. . . time of day and input status Advanced harmonic information shall be available via the Circuit Monitor.Technical specification for tender 196186868.Examples of custom programs would include: . subtract. Where external circuit connections are required. such as changing computer chips or cards. including real time pricing and curtailable rates .These programs shall be written in a circuit monitor programming language similar to a compiled “BASIC” language. Transformer Temperature Monitors. The electrical contractor shall install all wiring required to externally connect equipment lineups. the current and voltage information for all phases shall be obtained simultaneously from the same cycle.Data reduction using smart data logging . steam. such as load control or power factor correction.CBEMA power quality analysis . as selected by the user.Metering of specialized utility rate structures. Where indicated on the drawings. In addition.Statistical profile analysis of metered quantities . Electronic Trip Units.Counters and timers . square root. based on multiple conditions e.Loop commands . .Logical functions including: AND. etc.Compare statements . . the Circuit Monitors shall be designed to run customized programs to greatly expand the Circuit Monitor’s functionality for the particular installation. current and voltage. NOT. and Digital Relays. terminal blocks shall be provided and the manufacturer's drawings must clearly identify the interconnection requirements including wire type to be used. electric . Motor Protection Devices. 3. . It shall include the following capabilities: .Changing programs shall not require any physical modifications to the Circuit Monitor.1 INSTALLATION - PMCS components. the manufacturer shall offer custom programming services. . water.The harmonic magnitude shall be reported as a percentage of the fundamental or as a percentage of the rms values.Scheduled tasks . including Circuit Monitors. This shall include the calculation of the harmonic magnitudes and angles through the 31st harmonic. included within the power equipment lineups shall be factory installed. plus the neutral current.Math functions including: add.doc - - All data and waveform logs shall be communicated over the local area network or through the front panel communications port so that the user may view and analyze the data using the PMCS software and workstation.The circuit monitor manufacturer shall offer regularly scheduled classes to instruct owners on how to develop custom programs. . . All changes shall be done via either of the communications ports. sine. PT and data communications wire shall be factory wired and harnessed within the equipment enclosure.Calculations for IEEE-519 verification .Event Tasks . Last update :17-12-13 -8- . XOR. CT. wired and tested prior to shipment to the job site. All control power.The Circuit Monitor shall have a minimum of 100k of on board memory to log harmonic magnitudes and angles. multiple. EXECUTION 3. divide. cosine. To insure maximum accuracy for analysis. OR.Automatic monthly logging/reset of kWH and Peak Demand .Non-critical control schemes.