SATEC Powermeters

Modbus RTU Protocol Reference Guide
BG0108 Rev. C

SATEC POWERMETERS

Modbus RTU Communications Protocol
REFERENCE GUIDE

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.Read Multiple Registers ...........................................................................................................20 3................7 Powermeter Status Registers....................9 Function 04 ........Write Single Register.......................................................9 Real-Time Clock Registers ...............6 Error Check Field.................................................9 Function 20 ........................................................7 Data Conversion................................................8 Modicon Addressing Scheme..............................................................................10 Real-Time Waveform Registers ...........8 2............13 3..................21 3..................2 RTU Frame Format .................................................................12 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP ..........................5 Data Field..7 2.....................................................................................14 3......................................................................4 Function Field .......5 2......6 Basic Setup Registers.......................................10 Exception Responses ................................9 Modbus Messages...................Write Multiple Registers .............................................................................................Write Multiple Registers ......................................................5 2.................................................................11 Function 21 .......................................8 Phase Harmonics Registers ....................8 Powermeter Addressing Modes ..1 Basic Data Registers .....Read Multiple Registers .....................................................................................................................................5 2.............9 Function 03 ................................................................................Table of Contents 1 GENERAL ..................................................................................................................................................21 3..........................................Read Multiple Registers ...................................................................................................................22 3......... 4 2 MODBUS FRAMING.........................................11 Function 08 .........10 Function 16 ............ 5 2............................................5 Analog Outputs Setup Registers....................5 2................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................20 3......................................................................................................................................................................1 Transmission Mode ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 Setup Access Registers....................3 Address Field..............Loopback Communications Test............................16 3......................................................................................................................................4 Pulsing Relays Setup Registers.................................................................24 3........................................12 2......................................................3 Relays Setpoints Setup Registers ...........8 Data Addressing Modes ......................9 Function 06 ..........13 3.....................................6 2..............................................................................6 2..............................24 3 .................................

In 4-wire connections using either 4L-N or 4L-L wiring mode. Refer to your powermeter User's Guide to check parameters supported by your instrument. PM170/170E. apparent power and reactive power will be zeros. 4 1 GENERAL . refer to the PM295 Modbus User’s Guide for the PM295 memory map. PM270. and when another mode is selected. PM290. pulsing relays setup and analog outputs setup registers are nonexistent or mapped to different memory addresses. w In 3-wire connection schemes. In the model PM295 powermeter. voltage harmonics and captured waveforms will represent line-to-neutral voltages. they will be line-to-line voltages. voltage harmonics and captured waveforms will comprise L12 and L23 line-to-line voltages. voltage harmonics and captured waveforms will represent line-to-neutral voltages that arise on the powermeter's input transformers. they will be line-to-neutral voltages. NOTE Some of the parameters described in this document might not be relevant to your instrument and thus. In a 3-wire open delta connection. the setup access registers. the individual phase values for power factor. The document describes the implementation of Modbus and provides the memory map information necessary to access the powermeter data registers. In a 3-wire direct connection. relays setpoints setup. The only total three-phase power values can be used. Information in this document covers the models RPM090. IMPORTANT w The voltage parameters throughout the protocol can represent line-to-neutral or line-to-line voltages depending on the wiring mode selected in the powermeter. If necessary. Additional information concerning communications operation. configuring the communications parameters and communications connections is found in your powermeter User’s Guide. and PM290H/HD powermeters. active power. because they have no meaning.1 GENERAL This document specifies a subset of the Modicon Modbus serial communications protocol implemented in the SATEC powermeters. may not be accessed via communications. When a 4L-N wiring mode is selected.

In this case all powermeters receive message and take action on the request. Address 0 can be used in the master’s message to broadcast to all powermeters (broadcast mode is available only with write functions 06 and 16). The receiving device monitors the elapsed time between reception of characters. If three and one-half character times elapse without a new character or completion of the frame. 2. but don't issue a response.1 RTU Message Frame Format T1 T2 T3 Address 8 bits Function 8 bits Data N * 8 bits CRC Check 16 bits T1 T2 T3 The maximum query and response message length is 256 bytes including check characters.1 Transmission Mode The powermeter Modbus protocol implementation uses the RTU transmission mode. The frame format is defined below. In RTU mode. Table 2-1 Modbus function codes Code (decimal) 03 04 06 08 16 20 21 Meaning in Modbus Read holding registers Read input registers Preset single register Loopback test Preset multiple registers Read general reference Write general reference Action in the powermeter Read multiple contiguous registers Read multiple contiguous registers Write single register Communications test Write multiple contiguous registers Read multiple non-contiguous registers Write multiple non-contiguous registers 2 MODBUS FRAMING 5 . 2. The 8 bit even parity or 8 bit no parity data format must be selected when configuring the powermeter communications. Function codes used in the protocol are shown below in Table 2-1. Table 2.3 Address Field The address field contains a user assigned address (1-247) of the powermeter that is to receive message. then the device flushes the frame and assumes that the next byte received will be an address.2 RTU Frame Format Frame synchronization is maintained in RTU transmission mode by simulating a synchronization message.4 Function Field The function field contains function code that tells the powermeter what action to perform.2 MODBUS FRAMING 2. 2. data is sent in 8-bit binary characters.

2. This yields 1010 0000 0000 0001 (Hex A001). For convenience then. the first bit transmitted is defined as the MSB of the dividend. The resulting message including CRC. then divided by x16 + x15 + x2 + 1 expressed as a binary number (11000000000000101). 6. To be consistent. 7. when divided by the same polynomial (x16 + x15 + x2 + 1) at the receiver will give a zero remainder if no errors have occurred. When the 16-bit CRC is transmitted in the message. Exclusive OR the first 8-bit byte with the low order byte of the 16-bit register. The integer quotient digits are ignored and the 16-bit remainder (initialized to all ones at the start to avoid the case of all zeros being an accepted message) is appended to the message (MSB first) as the two CRC check bytes. Note that this reversal of the bit order will have no effect whatever on the interpretation or bit order of characters external to the CRC calculations. 4a. (The receiving unit recalculates the CRC and compares it to the transmitted CRC). putting the result in the 16-bit register. The step by step procedure to form the CRC-16 check bytes is as follows: 1. the bit order of the generating polynomial must be reversed. If the bit shifted out to the right is zero.5 Data Field Data field contains information for the powermeter to perform specific function or data collected by the powermeter in response to a query. Load a 16-bit register with all 1's. the low order byte will be transmitted first. The device used to serialize the data for transmission will send the conventional LSB or right-most bit of each character first. 6 2 MODBUS FRAMING . low byte second. In generating the CRC. 3. Exclusive OR the next 8-bit byte with the 16-bit register. 5. Shift the 16-bit register one bit to the right. refer to the Modbus Protocol Reference Guide. For detailed information about CRC calculation. IMPORTANT Fields composed of two bytes are sent in the order high byte first. and since there are no carries used in arithmetic. If the bit shifted out to the right (flag) is one. 8.6 Error Check Field The error check field contains the Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC) word. exclusive OR the generating polynomial 1010 000 000 0001 with the 16-bit register. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until 8 shifts have been performed. The message (data bits only. The MSB of the polynomial is dropped since it affects only the quotient and not the remainder. The message is premultiplied by x16 (shifted left 16 bits). disregarding start/stop and optional parity bits) is considered one continuous binary number whose most significant bit (MSB) is transmitted first. 4b. let's assume while computing the CRC that the MSB is on the right. The CRC-16 error check sequence is implemented as described in the following paragraphs. return to step 3. 2. followed by the high order byte. All arithmetic is performed modulo two (no carries). 2. Repeat step 3 through 6 until all bytes of the message have been exclusive ORed with the 16-bit register and shifted 8 times.

The conversion is carried out according to the formula: Y = (X / 9999) × (HI . it can be transmitted by using a LIN3 conversion method with fractional limits. the value must be multiplied by the modulus. NONE The data will be presented exactly as retrieved by the communication program from the powermeter. the powermeter splits the value into two words with the range of 0 to 9999.9999 LO.800.9999: X = 9999 × (Y . EXAMPLE Suppose. then the voltage high scale is HI = 144×200 = 28.000 and represented in the next manner: the low word contains a fractional part of the value up to 9999 in unit-hours (for instance. Transmitting long numbers The energy values are kept in the powermeter in unsigned long integer format. the conversion is carried out in reverse to produce the written value in the range of 0 . If you have the instrument with the 144V input option. HI .the data low and high scales in engineering units When data conversion is necessary. To transmit such numbers. The number is divided by 10.LO) / (HI .LO) + LO where: Y . and use potential transformers with the ratings of 22. the number should be divided by the modulus.the raw input data in the range of 0 .the true value in engineering units X .7 Data Conversion In the powermeter implementation of Modbus.LO) Transmitting fractional numbers When a value is a fractional number. to process a value received from the powermeter in this format. you have read a value of 5000 from register 256 that contains a voltage reading (see Table 5-1 ).000V : 110V = 200. LIN3 (Linear) This conversion maps the raw data received by the communication program in the range of 0 . and in accordance with the above formula. No conversion will take place. or being multiplied by a scale factor (modulus) of 10 or 100 depending on the number of digits in the fractional part. the HI and LO scales. the voltage reading in engineering units will be as follows: 5000 × (28800 .2. When using a modulus method. To write such a number into the powermeter register.0)/9999 + 0 = 14401V When a value is written to the powermeter. and the high word contains 2 MODBUS FRAMING 7 . in kWh). They are accessed in two contiguous registers. the following data conversion methods are used to convert the raw data received from the powermeter into engineering units.9999 onto the user-defined LO scale/HI scale range. and data conversion method are indicated for the corresponding registers.

you should add a value of 30001 or 40001 to the register absolute address. the powermeter registers can be accessed by simulating input or holding registers of the Modicon 584. 884. the kWh import value being read in two contiguous registers 40288 and 40289 is represented as follows: 40256 = 5100 40257 = 2 The actual energy value in kWh units is 2 × 10. These functions may not address the powermeter registers using the Modicon addressing scheme because they are not based on the register absolute addresses. 8 2 MODBUS FRAMING . To map a powermeter actual register address to the range of the Modicon PLC input or holding registers. The register absolute address is build in the following manner: High byte Modbus data table No Low byte Register offset (relative address) within the table When a conversion from one addressing mode to another is needed. To process this type of numbers. and the register offset in the table as register absolute address mod 256. they require the relative addressing mode to be used (see below). calculate the table (file) number as register absolute address/256. When using the relative addressing mode. Conventional Modicon drivers do not support these functions. the data registers are organized into tables (files). so you cannot use this mode with them. the value in the high word must be multiplied by 10. In the absolute addressing mode. the Modbus registers can be referred to by using the absolute or relative addressing modes. and an actual register address is specified by the table (file) number and the register offset (relative address) within the table. you can calculate the register absolute address as table number × 256 + register offset.100 kWh 2. 06 and 16. EXAMPLE Suppose.100 = 25. Instead. The table length is always 256 registers. respectively. To get the register relative address from the absolute address.8 Data Addressing Modes Modicon Addressing Scheme In the Modicon applications. the extended Modbus functions 20 and 21 are utilized.the integer part of the value in units of 10. In some powermeters. but you do can use it if your own driver supports Modbus functions 20 and 21. the data registers are specified by their absolute addresses in the powermeter memory map.000 unit-hours. Powermeter Addressing Modes In the User’s Guide shipped with your instrument. allowing the user to access multiple non-contiguous registers.000 + 5. 04.000 and added to the value in the low word. Throughout this document. the powermeter registers are represented being mapped to Modbus holding registers using the 5 -digit “4XXXX” addressing scheme (although you can use both types of registers in your applications). use the following: When register addresses are defined for your instrument in a relative form. or 984 Programmable Controller. The Modicon addressing scheme can be used with Modbus functions 03.

2 MODBUS FRAMING 9 . The byte count field contains quantity of bytes to be returned. Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (03) 1 byte Starting Address 2 bytes Word Count Error Check 2 bytes 2 bytes Starting Address Word Count Address of the first register to be read The number of contiguous words to be read Response: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (03) 1 byte Byte Count 1 byte Data Word 1 2 bytes ... Function 20 .. This request requires the relative addressing mode to be used (see Section 2. Data Word N 2 bytes Error Check 2 bytes .2.Read Multiple Registers This command allows the user to obtain contents of up to 125 contiguous registers from a single data table.. Several sub-requests can be included in one message.. Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (04) 1 byte Starting Address 2 bytes Word Count Error Check 2 bytes 2 bytes Starting Address Word Count Address of the first register to be read The number of contiguous words to be read Response: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (04) 1 byte Byte Count 1 byte Data Word 1 2 bytes .9 Modbus Messages Function 03 . The byte count field contains quantity of bytes to be returned. The maximum query and response message length is 256 bytes including the error check bytes.8). Data Word N 2 bytes Error Check 2 bytes . The maximum number of registers to be read is dependent upon the maximum message le ngth..Read Multiple Registers This command allows the user to obtain contents of up to 125 contiguous registers from a single data table.Read Multiple Registers This command allows the user to obtain contents of non-contiguous data registers from different data tables. It can be used instead of function 03.. Function 04 ..

Response .Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function ( 20 ) 1 byte Byte Count 1 byte Subrequest 1 7 bytes . .. and error check fields Fixed field.the data from contiguous registers being read..... Data Word 1 ... Data Word N 2 bytes The sub-response byte count contains the number of binary bytes in each separate sub-response. function code. byte count. 2 bytes Function (20) 1 byte Sub . SubError Response Check . 10 2 MODBUS FRAMING . Data Word N ..... excluding the powermeter address. Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (06) 1 byte Starting Address 2 bytes Data Word 2 bytes Error Check 2 bytes Starting Address Data Value Address of the register to be written Data to be written to the register Response: The normal response is the retransmission of the write request.. Must be 06 The powermeter’s Modbus table number Relative address of the first register to be read in the table (file) The number of contiguous words to be read Byte Count 1 byte Sub. Function 06 .Write Single Register This command allows the user to write the contents of a data register in any data table where a register can be written. 1 2 bytes .response Sub-response byte count 1 byte Reference Type (06) 1 byte Data Word ... SubError request N Check 7 bytes 2 bytes Sub-request Format Reference Type (06) 1 byte Table No 2 bytes Starting Address 2 bytes Word Count 2 bytes Byte Count Reference type Table No Starting Address Word Count Response Powermeter Address 1 byte Total number of binary bytes in the message... ...

..Function 16 . function code. SubError request N Check . and error check fields Fixed field.. Must be 06 The powermeter’s Modbus table number Relative address of the first register to be written in the table (file) The number of contiguous words to be written Data to be written The normal response to a write request is the retransmission of the request. ..Write Multiple Registers This request allows the user to write the contents of multiple non-contiguous registers into different data tables where registers can be written. The maximum number of registers to be written is dependent upon the maximum message length. . Several sub-requests can be included in one message. This request requires the relative addressing mode to be used (see Section 2. . Starting Address 2 bytes . ..... excluding the powermeter address..... N Response Table No 2 bytes Starting Address 2 bytes Word Count 2 bytes Data Word 1 2 bytes . . Data Word N 2 bytes Function ( 21 ) 1 byte Byte Count 1 byte Subrequest 1 .8).. byte count.Write Multiple Registers This request allows the user to write the contents of multiple contiguous registers to a single data table where registers can be written.. Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Data Word 1 2 bytes Starting Address Word Count Byte Count Function (16) 1 byte . Total number of binary bytes in the message.. Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Sub ...... .... The maximum query and response message length i s 256 bytes including the error check bytes. 2 MODBUS FRAMING 11 .. 2 bytes . Word Count 2 bytes Data Word N 2 bytes Byte Count 1 byte Error Check 2 bytes Address of the first register to be written The number of contiguous words to be written The number of bytes to be written Response: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (16) 1 byte Starting Address 2 bytes Word Count 1 word Error Check 2 bytes Function 21 .Request Reference Type (06) 1 byte Byte Count Reference type Table No Starting Address Word Count Data Word 1 ...

10 Exception Responses Powermeter sends exception response when errors are detected in the received message. processing of the master's request stops.Loopback Communications Test The purpose of this request is to check communications link between the specified powermeter and a PC. The powermeter will not act on or respond to the message. The entire message returned will be identical to the message transmitted by the master. The protocol supports only Diagnostic Code 0 . 12 2 MODBUS FRAMING . field-per-field. or redundancy check error is detected. the high order bit of the function code is set to 1. To indicate that the response is notification of an error. The data passed in this field will be returned to the master through the powermeter. The message was received without error. 2. parity. but the powermeter is being programmed from the front panel (for requests accessing setup registers) NOTE When the character framing.return query data. Response: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (08) 1 byte Diagnostic Code (0) 2 bytes Data Error Check 2 bytes 2 bytes The normal response is the retransmission of a test message. rejected message. Request: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (08) 1 byte Diagnostic Code (0) 2 bytes Data Error Check 2 bytes 2 bytes Diagnostic Code Designates action to be taken in Loopback test.Function 08 . Exception response: Powermeter Address 1 byte Function (high order bit is set to 1) 1 byte Exception Code 1 byte Error Check 2 byte Exception response codes: 01 02 03 06 Illegal function Illegal data address Illegal data value Busy. Data Query data.

3. by the register absolute address in the powermeter memory map.0 -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale • Vmax Vmax Vmax Imax Imax Imax Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax 1.00 -1.0 Pmax Pmax Pmax Pmax Imax Imax Imax 9999 999 9999 999 9999 999 Conversion LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 NONE x104 NONE x104 NONE x104 13 .00 -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax 0 45.00 Pmax Pmax Pmax Imax (Iaux max) 65.00 1. and in terms of the Modbus data identification convention using the “4XXXX” (5 digits) addressing scheme.00 1.1 Basic Data Registers These registers are used to retrieve a predefined set of the data measured by the Powermeter.00 -1.00 1.00 -1.3 POWERMETER DATA MAP This chapter specifies the powermeter registers using three addressing modes: by the register offset (relative address) within a powermeter’s Modbus data table. Table 3-1 Basic data registers (Modbus Table #1) Parameter Voltage L1/L12 Voltage L2/L23 Voltage L3/L31 Current L1 Current L2 Current L3 kW L1 kW L2 kW L3 kvar L1 kvar L2 kvar L3 kVA L1 kVA L2 kVA L3 Power factor L1 Power factor L2 Power factor L3 Total power factor Total kW Total kvar Total kVA Unbalanced (neutral) current (Ground leakage „) Frequency Maximum kW demand Accumulated kW demand Maximum kVA demand Accumulated kVA demand Maximum ampere demand L1 Maximum ampere demand L2 Maximum ampere demand L3 kWh import (low) kWh import (high) kWh export (low) kWh export (high) +kvarh net (low ) ‚ +kvarh net (high) ‚ 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP Register offset 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 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Register address 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 Modbus address 40257 40258 40259 40260 40261 40262 40263 40264 40265 40266 40267 40268 40269 40270 40271 40272 40273 40274 40275 40276 40277 40278 40279 40280 40281 40282 40283 40284 40285 40286 40287 40288 40289 40290 40291 40292 40293 Direction R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W Unit V V V A A A kW kW kW kvar kvar kvar kVA kVA kVA kW kvar kVA A (mA) Hz kW kW kW kVA kVA A A kWh kWh kWh kWh kvarh kvarh Low scale • 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -Pmax -1.

write zero into one of registers 40281 through 40287. i.0 % 0 100.e. For instruments that provide measuring kWh qualified as net. To reset maximum demands.0 % 0 100. and those that are not available are designated by a ‘0’ bit. To reset accumulated energies. 3-OP. registers 40288/40289 w ill show positive energy readings.Table 3-1 Basic data registers (Modbus Table #1) (continued) Parameter -kvarh net (low) ƒ -kvarh net (high) ƒ Voltage THD L1/L12 Voltage THD L2/L23 Voltage THD L3 Current THD L1 Current THD L2 Current THD L3 Register offset 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 Register address 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 Modbus address 40294 40295 40296 40297 40298 40299 40300 40301 Direction R/W R/W R R R R R R Unit Low scale High scale • • kvarh 0 9999 kvarh 0 999 % 0 100. Table 3-2 Setup access registers (Modbus Table #2) Parameter Relay #1 setpoints Relay #2 setpoints Relay #3 setpoints Relay #4 setpoints Pulsing relays setup Analog outputs setup Basic setup Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Register address 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 Modbus address 40513 40514 40515 40516 40517 40518 40519 Direction R R R R R R R Range See Table 3-3 See Table 3-3 See Table 3-3 See Table 3-3 See Table 3-4 See Table 3-5 See Table 3-6 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 14 .0 Vmax (120 V input option) = 144 ∗ PT Ratio [V] Imax = 1.0 % 0 100. All electrical parameters are averaged values over the specified number of the real-time measurements (see the averaging buffer size in Table 3-13).2 Setup Access Registers These registers show which setups are available in the instrument.0 % 0 100. Available setups may vary from instrument to instrument. and registers 40290/40291 will show negative energy readings. energy measurements represent the difference between energy imported and exported. 3. 3. write zero into one of the energy keeping registers as follows: kW import kW export kvarh net register 40288 or 40289 register 40290 or 40291 registers 40292 through 40295 2. Each register contains a bit string where available setups are designated by a ‘1’. or 3DIR ‚ Positive readings of kvarh net ƒ Negative readings of kvarh net „ For instruments with the “L” option NOTES 1.0 Vmax (660 V input option) = 144 ∗ PT Ratio [V] @ PT ratio > 1.2 ∗ CT primary current [A] @ current overrange = 20% Imax = 2 ∗ CT primary current [A] @ current overrange = 100% Iaux max = 1.0 Conversion NONE x104 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 • The parameters' limits are as follows: Vmax (660 V input option) = 660 [V] @ PT Ratio = 1.0 % 0 100.2 ∗ Auxiliary CT primary current [mA] Pmax = (Imax ∗ Vmax ∗ 3)/1000 [kW] @ wiring mode 4L-N Pmax = (Imax ∗ Vmax ∗ 2)/1000 [kW] @ wiring mode 4L-L..

relay #2 (except the PM270M) kVAh .relay #4 kvarh total .relay #2 (for the PM270M) Setup access bit 0 1 2 3 Table 3-5 Analog outputs’ setup access register Setup parameter Voltage L1/L12 Voltage L2/L23 Voltage L3/L31 Current L1 Current L2 Current L3 Reserved Unbalanced (neutral) current kW kvar kVA Accumulated kW demand Accumulated kVA demand Power factor Frequency Setup access bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Table 3-6 Basic setup access register Setup parameter Wiring mode PT ratio CT primary current Power demand period Ampere demand p eriod Averaging buffer size Reset enable/disable Auxiliary (ground leakage) CT primary current Setup access bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 15 .Table 3-3 Relays setpoints’ setup access register Setpoint trigger parameter High voltage Low voltage High current High unbalanced (neutral) current High accumulated kW demand High kvar High kVA Low power factor (lag) High THD Setup access bit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Table 3-4 Pulsing relays’ setup access register Setup parameter kWh imported .relay #1 kWh exported .

00 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ Conversion LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE Operate limit Operate delay Release limit Release delay Low Operate limit voltage Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit current Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit unbalanced Operate delay (or auxiliary Release limit ƒ) current Release delay High Operate limit accumulated Operate delay kW demand Release limit Release delay High kvar Operate limit (positive) Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit kVA Operate delay Release limit Release delay Low power Operate limit factor (lag) Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit THD Operate delay Release limit Release delay 16 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP .1 s V s A 0.1 s kW s kvar 0.00 999 ‚ 1.Unit offset address address tion 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 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 768 769 770 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 780 781 782 783 784 785 786 787 788 789 790 791 792 793 794 795 796 797 798 799 800 801 802 803 40769 40770 40771 40772 40773 40774 40775 40776 40777 40778 40779 40780 40781 40782 40783 40784 40785 40786 40787 40788 40789 40790 40791 40792 40793 40794 40795 40796 40797 40798 40799 40800 40801 40802 40803 40804 R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W V 0. Table 3-7 Relay #1 setpoints registers (Modbus Table #3) Relay setpoint High voltage Setpoint parameter Register Register Modbus Direc.3 Relays Setpoints Setup Registers These registers allow the user to obtain or change the setup for the relays setpoints.1 s % s Low scale • 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale • Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ 1.1 s kvar s kVA 0.1 s A s A 0.3.1 s A s kW 0.1 s kVA s 0.1 s V s V 0.1 s s % 0.

1 s A s kW 0.1 s s % 0.Unit offset address address tion 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 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1037 1038 1039 1040 1041 1042 1043 1044 1045 1046 1047 1048 1049 1050 1051 1052 1053 1054 1055 1056 1057 1058 1059 41025 41026 41027 41028 41029 41030 41031 41032 41033 41034 41035 41036 41037 41038 41039 41040 41041 41042 41043 41044 41045 41046 41047 41048 41049 41050 41051 41052 41053 41054 41055 41056 41057 41058 41059 41060 R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W V 0.1 s kVA s 0.1 s V s A 0.1 s V s V 0.1 s kW s kvar 0.1 s % s Low scale • 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale • Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ 1.1 s A s A 0.00 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ Conversion LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE Operate limit Operate delay Release limit Release delay Low Operate limit voltage Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit current Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit unbalanced Operate delay (or auxiliary Release limit ƒ) current Release delay High Operate limit accumulated Operate delay kW demand Release limit Release delay High kvar Operate limit (positive) Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit kVA Operate delay Release limit Release delay Low power Operate limit factor (lag) Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit THD Operate delay Release limit Release delay 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 17 .1 s kvar s kVA 0.Table 3-8 Relay #2 setpoints registers (Modbus Table #4) Relay setpoint High voltage Setpoint parameter Register Register Modbus Direc.00 999 ‚ 1.

1 s V s V 0.1 s kVA s 0.1 s V s A 0.00 999 ‚ 1.Table 3-9 Relay #3 setpoints registers (Modbus Table #5) Relay setpoint High voltage Setpoint parameter Register Register Modbus Direc.1 s kvar s kVA 0.1 s s % 0.00 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ Conversion LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE Operate limit Operate delay Release limit Release delay Low Operate limit voltage Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit current Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit unbalanced Operate delay (or auxiliary Release limit ƒ) current Release delay High Operate limit accumulated Operate delay kW demand Release limit Release delay High kvar Operate limit (positive) Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit kVA Operate delay Release limit Release delay Low power Operate limit factor (lag) Operate delay Release limit Release delay High Operate limit THD Operate delay Release limit Release delay 18 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP .Unit offset address address tion 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 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 1280 1281 1282 1283 1284 1285 1286 1287 1288 1289 1290 1291 1292 1293 1294 1295 1296 1297 1298 1299 1300 1301 1302 1303 1304 1305 1306 1307 1308 1309 1310 1311 1312 1313 1314 1315 41281 41282 41283 41284 41285 41286 41287 41288 41289 41290 41291 41292 41293 41294 41295 41296 41297 41298 41299 41300 41301 41302 41303 41304 41305 41306 41307 41308 41309 41310 41311 41312 41313 41314 41315 41316 R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W V 0.1 s A s A 0.1 s % s Low scale • 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale • Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ 1.1 s kW s kvar 0.1 s A s kW 0.

refer to Iaux max in note • to Table 3.1 second units using modulus 10-1. A value of 10 corresponds to a 1 sec delay.1. and a value of 999 corresponds to a 99.1 s A s A 0.1 s A s kW 0.Table 3-10 Relay #4 setpoints registers (Modbus Table #6) Relay setpoint High voltage Setpoint Register Register Modbus Direcparameter offset address address tion Operate limit 0 1536 41537 R/W Operate delay 1 1537 41538 R/W Release limit 2 1538 41539 R/W Release delay 3 1539 41540 R/W Low Operate limit 4 1540 41541 R/W voltage Operate delay 5 1541 41542 R/W Release limit 6 1542 41543 R/W Release delay 7 1543 41544 R/W High Operate limit 8 1544 41545 R/W current Operate delay 9 1545 41546 R/W Release limit 10 1546 41547 R/W Release delay 11 1547 41548 R/W High Operate limit 12 1548 41549 R/W unbalanced Operate delay 13 1549 41550 R/W (or auxiliary Release limit 14 1550 41551 R/W ƒ) current Release delay 15 1551 41552 R/W High Operate limit 16 1552 41553 R/W accumulated Operate delay 17 1553 41554 R/W kW demand Release limit 18 1554 41555 R/W Release delay 19 1555 41556 R/W High kvar Operate limit 20 1556 41507 R/W (positive) Operate delay 21 1557 41558 R/W Release limit 22 1558 41559 R/W Release delay 23 1559 41560 R/W High Operate limit 24 1560 41561 R/W kVA Operate delay 25 1561 41562 R/W Release limit 26 1562 41563 R/W Release delay 27 1563 41564 R/W Low power Operate limit 28 1564 41565 R/W factor (lag) Operate delay 29 1565 41566 R/W Release limit 30 1566 41567 R/W Release delay 31 1567 41568 R/W High Operate limit 32 1568 41569 R/W THD Operate delay 33 1569 41570 R/W Release limit 34 1570 41571 R/W Release delay 35 1571 41572 R/W Unit V 0.1 s kW s kvar 0.1 s V s V 0.1 s s % 0.1 s V s A 0.00 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ 100 999 ‚ Conversion LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE LIN3 10-1 LIN3 NONE • For the parameters' limits. For the setpoint high scale. The release delay is specified in 1 second units.00 999 ‚ 1. NOTES 1.1 s kvar s kVA 0. The setpoint operate limit and operate delay should be written before you set the setpoint release parameters. To disable a setpoint. ƒ In the instruments with the ‘L’ option that have an additional current input.9 sec delay. The delay value of 65535 designates that a setpoint is disabled. this setpoint will refer to auxiliary (ground leakage) current. see note • to Table 3.1 ‚ The operate delay is specified in 0.1 s kVA s 0. an attempt to re-allocate it for a setpoint will result in a negative response. 2. If a relay has been allocated to output energy pulses. 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 19 . write 65535 into the operate delay register.1 s % s Low scale • 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale • Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Vmax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Imax ƒ 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ Pmax 999 ‚ 1.

NOTES 1. Allocating the same analog output for two or more output parameters will unconditionally disable all output parameters previously associated with this output. To disable a pulsing output. Table 3-12 Analog outputs registers (Modbus Table #8) Output parameter Voltage L1/L12 Voltage L2/L23 Voltage L3/L31 Current L1 Current L2 Current L3 Reserved Unbalanced (neutral) current kW kvar kVA Accumulated kW demand Accumulated kVA demand Power factor Frequency Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Register Modbus Direcaddress address tion 2048 42049 R/W 2049 42050 R/W 2050 42051 R/W 2051 42052 R/W 2052 42053 R/W 2053 42054 R/W 2054 42055 R/W 2055 42056 R/W 2056 42057 R/W 2057 42058 R/W 2058 42059 R/W 2059 42060 R/W 2060 42061 R/W 2061 42062 R/W 2062 42063 R/W Low scale 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • 14 • Conversion NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE • The analog output setup value assigns the analog output for each output parameter as follows: 0 = the parameter is allocated to the internal analog output 1-14 = the parameter is allocated to the analog expander AX-7 analog channel (channels 1 to 7 correspond to the first analog expander. 20 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP . write 65535.3. A value of 65535 designates that a pulsing output is disabled. write 65535 into the pulsing output register. Addressing of a reserved item will result in a negative response. 3. except of the reserved location. To disable an analog output parameter. and channels 8 to 14 correspond to the second one).5 Analog Outputs Setup Registers These registers allow the user to obtain or change the setup for the analog outputs. 65535 = output is disabled. 2. NOTE Allocating a relay for pulsing will unconditionally disable all setpoints associated with this relay. Table 3-11 Pulsing relays registers (Modbus Table #7) Pulsing parameter kWh import kWh export kvarh total kVAh Output relay No 1 4 2 2 Register offset 0 1 2 3 Register Modbus Direcaddress address tion 1792 41793 R/W 1793 41794 R/W 1794 41795 R/W 1795 41796 R/W Unit Low scale kWh 0 kWh 0 kvarh 0 kVAh 0 High scale 200 • 200 • 200 • 200 • Conversion NONE NONE NONE NONE • The pulsing output setup value specifies the number of unit-hours between pulses.4 Pulsing Relays Setup Registers These registers allow the user to obtain or change the setup for the energy pulsing relays.

7 Powermeter Status Registers These registers are used to retrieve the present powermeter status. Table 3-14 Instrument status registers (Modbus Table #10) Setup parameter Register Register Modbus Direc Range offset address address tion 0 2560 42561 R/W 0 (when read) 65535 (when written) = reset instrument 1 2561 42562 R See Table 3-15 2 2562 42563 R See Table 3-16 3 2563 42564 R See Table 3-17 4 2564 42565 R See Table 3-18 5 2565 42566 R 100-999 Conversion NONE Powermeter reset register Keypad status Relay status DIP switch status Status inputs Firmware version number NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE Table 3-15 Keypad status Bit number 0 1 2 3 Description Up key status Enter key status Select key status Down key status Bit meaning: 0 = key released.2.10.0.000 Conversion NONE PT RATIO CT PRIMARY CURRENT Power demand period Ampere demand period Averaging buffer size Reset enable/disable Auxiliary CT PRIMARY CURRENT (‘L’ option) 10-1 NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE • PT RATIO is specified in 0.000 • 2 2306 42051 R/W A 1 to 50.3.60 255 = external synchronization 4 2308 42053 R/W sec 0 to 1800 0 = measuring peak currents 5 2309 42054 R/W 8.30. Writing a value of 65535 into register 2560 will cause the powermeter to restart as if it were power up. 3.000 3 2307 42052 R/W min 1. A value of 10 corresponds to PT RATIO = 1.000 corresponds to PT RATIO = 6500.6 Basic Setup Registers These registers allow the user to obtain or change the setup for the analog outputs. and a value of 65.1 units using modulus 10-1.5.15. 32 entries 6 2310 42055 R/W 0 = disable 1 = enable 7 2311 42056 R/W mA 1 to 50.Unit Range offset address address tion 0 2304 42305 R/W 0 = 3OP 1 = 4L-N 2 = 3DIR 3 = 4L-L 1 2305 42050 R/W 1 to 65.0. Table 3-13 Basic setup registers (Modbus Table #9) Setup parameter WIRING MODE Register Register Modbus Direc. 1 = key pressed 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 21 .20.

Table 3-16 Relay status Bit number 4 5 6 7 Description Relay #4 status Relay #3 status Relay #2 status Relay #1 status Bit meaning: 0 = relay operated.8 Phase Harmonics Registers These registers are used to obtain the phase harmonics table for any of the voltage or current inputs. Harmonic H31 Register Register Modbus offset address address 0 2816 42817 1 2 3 4 5 33 2817 2818 2819 2820 2821 2849 42818 42819 42820 42821 42822 42850 Direc.0 LIN3 100.00 100..Unit Low tion scale R V 0 R R R R R R Hz % % % % % 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale Conversion Vmax (see note • to LIN3 Table 3. 1 = contact closed 3. 1 = relay released Table 3-17 DIP switch status Bit number 6 7 Description Switch #10 status (Switch #4 in the PM290H/HD) Switch #9 status (Switch #3 in the PM290H/HD) Bit meaning: 0 = switch OFF. Harmonic magnitudes are read in percentage of the fundamental harmonic.00 LIN3 100.00 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 • Phase voltage will be line-to-line voltage in a 3-wire open delta connection. 22 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP ..1) 100. Table 3-19 L1/L12 voltage harmonics (Modbus Table #11) Parameter Phase voltage (RMS) • Fundamental frequency %THD Harmonic H01(reference) Harmonic H02 Harmonic H03 .00 100. 1 = switch ON Table 3-18 Status inputs Bit number 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8-15 Description Status input #1 Status input #2 Status input #3 Status input #4 Status input #5 Status input #6 Status input #7 Status input #8 Not used (permanently set to 0) Bit meaning: 0 = contact open. and line-to-neutral voltage in other configurations.0 LIN3 100.

1) 100.00 100.0 LIN3 100.00 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 Table 3-22 L1 current harmonics (Modbus Table #14) Parameter Phase current (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Harmonic H01(reference) Harmonic H02 Harmonic H03 .0 100.0 100.00 100. and line-to-neutral voltage in other configurations.00 100.00 100..0 LIN3 100.0 LIN3 100.00 100. Harmonic H31 Register Register Modbus offset address address 0 3840 43841 1 2 3 4 5 33 3841 3842 3843 3844 3845 3873 43842 43843 43844 43845 43846 43874 Direc.00 100.Unit Low tion scale R V 0 R R R R R R Hz % % % % % 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale Conversion Vmax (see note • to LIN3 Table 3.00 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 • Phase voltage will be line-to-line voltage in a 3-wire open delta connection..00 Conversion LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 23 . Harmonic H31 Register Register Modbus offset address address 0 3584 43585 1 2 3 4 5 33 3585 3586 3587 3588 3589 3617 43586 43587 43588 43589 43590 43618 Direc.1) 100.00 100.00 100.00 LIN3 100.00 100.Unit Low tion scale R V 0 R R R R R R Hz % % % % % 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale Conversion Vmax (see note • to LIN3 Table 3....Unit Low tion scale R V 0 R R R R R R Hz % % % % % 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale Imax (see note • to Table 3.00 100.00 LIN3 100. Harmonic H31 Register Register Modbus offset address address 0 3328 43329 1 2 3 4 5 33 3329 3330 3331 3332 3333 3361 43330 43331 43332 43333 43334 43362 Direc.Unit Low tion scale R V 0 R R R R R R Hz % % % % % 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale Imax (see note • to Table 3.1) 100..1) 100. Harmonic H31 Register Register Modbus offset address address 0 3072 43073 1 2 3 4 5 33 3072 3073 3074 3075 3076 3105 43074 43075 43076 43077 43078 43106 Direc.0 LIN3 100.Table 3-20 L2/L23 voltage harmonics (Modbus Table #12) Parameter Phase voltage (RMS) • Fundamental frequency %THD Harmonic H01(reference) Harmonic H02 Harmonic H03 .0 100..0 100. Table 3-21 L3 voltage harmonics (Modbus Table #13) Parameter Phase voltage (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Harmonic H01(reference) Harmonic H02 Harmonic H03 ..00 Conversion LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 Table 3-23 L2 current harmonics (Modbus Table #15) Parameter Phase current (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Harmonic H01(reference) Harmonic H02 Harmonic H03 .

00 100.. Data in the communications buffer doesn't change until a header record for the voltage channel is accessed. The waveform data is transmitted to a master via the special large scale communications buffer.00 100.. Before reading the waveform samples. Harmonic H31 Register Register Modbus offset address address 0 4096 44097 1 2 3 4 5 33 4097 4098 4099 4100 4101 4129 44098 44099 44100 44101 44102 44130 Direc. 24 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP . To access the real-time waveforms. The capture code register should be always read first. Once waveform is locked in the communications buffer.00 100.0 100. Before accessing the current waveform samples.Table 3-24 L3 current harmonics (Modbus Table #16) Parameter Phase current (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Harmonic H01(reference) Harmonic H02 Harmonic H03 . It is made by reading the corresponding header record for the voltage input (see Tables 3 -26 .9 Real-Time Clock Registers These registers allow the user to obtain the present RTC indication. Each waveform consists of 512 samples. the user can read the waveform samples by accessing the samples' registers (see Tables 3 -32. Both the voltage and current waveforms on any phase are always sampled and recorded simultaneously.0 100. or to setup the powermeter's RTC. A waveform record contains six waveforms: 2 inputs (voltage and current) x 3 phases.1) 100. 3-33).3-31). Table 3-25 RTC registers (Modbus Table #17) Parameter Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Day of week • Register address 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Register Modbus address address 4352 44353 4353 44354 4354 44355 4355 44356 4356 44357 4357 44358 4358 44359 Direction R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W Range 0-59 0-59 0-23 1-31 1-12 0-99 1-7 (1=Sunday) Conversion NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE • available only in the PM295 3. a particular order of requests is needed.Unit Low tion scale R V 0 R R R R R R Hz % % % % % 0 0 0 0 0 0 High scale Imax (see note • to Table 3.00 Conversion LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 3.10 Real-Time Waveform Registers Waveform registers allow the user to obtain the real-time waveforms (4 cycles x 128 samples per cycle) sampled by the powermeter. the current waveform header record must be accessed to prepare waveform for reading. the waveform record containing two waveforms for the selected phase should be locked in the communications buffer.

1) 100.Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 R 1 R 1 R 0 R V 0 R R Hz % 0 0 High scale Conversion 0 NONE 59 NONE 59 NONE 23 NONE 31 NONE 12 NONE 99 NONE Vmax (see note • to LIN3 Table 3.0 LIN3 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 25 . A value of 0 corresponds to the highest negative amplitude of the measured signal. Table 3-27 L2/L23 voltage waveform header (Modbus Table #19) Parameter Capture code Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Phase voltage (RMS) • Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Register address 4864 4865 4866 4867 4868 4869 4870 4871 4872 4873 Modbus address 44865 44866 44867 44868 44869 44870 44871 44872 44873 44674 Direc. and a value of 1023 corresponds to the highest positive amplitude.0 LIN3 100. and line-to-neutral voltage in other configurations.Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 R 1 R 1 R 0 R V 0 R R Hz % 0 0 High scale Conversion 0 NONE 59 NONE 59 NONE 23 NONE 31 NONE 12 NONE 99 NONE Vmax (see note • to LIN3 Table 3.Each waveform sample is represented by a value in the range of 0 to 1023.1) 100.1) 100.0 LIN3 • Phase voltage will be line-to-line voltage in a 3-wire open delta connection.0 LIN3 100.0 LIN3 100. Table 3-26 L1/L12 voltage waveform header (Modbus Table #18) Parameter Capture code Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Phase voltage (RMS) • Fundamental frequency %THD Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Register address 4608 4609 4610 4611 4612 4613 4614 4615 4616 4617 Modbus address 44609 44610 44611 44612 44613 44614 44615 44616 44617 44618 Direc. Table 3-28 L3 voltage waveform header (Modbus Table #20) Parameter Capture code Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Phase voltage (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Register address 5120 5121 5122 5123 5124 5125 5126 5127 5128 5129 Modbus address 45121 45122 45123 45124 45125 45126 45127 45128 45129 45130 Direc. and line-to-neutral voltage in other configurations.0 LIN3 Fundamental frequency 8 %THD 9 • Phase voltage will be line-to-line voltage in a 3-wire open delta connection.Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 R 1 R 1 R 0 R V 0 R R Hz % 0 0 High scale Conversion 0 NONE 59 NONE 59 NONE 23 NONE 31 NONE 12 NONE 99 NONE Vmax (see note • to LIN3 Table 3.

0 Conversion NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 Table 3-32 Real-time waveform samples (Modbus Table #24) Parameter Waveform point #1 Waveform point #2 Waveform point #3 . Waveform point #256 Register offset 0 1 2 255 Register address 6144 6145 6146 6399 Modbus address 46145 46146 46147 46400 Direc.Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 R 1 R 1 R 0 R A 0 R R Hz % 0 0 High scale 0 59 59 23 31 12 99 Imax (see note • to Table 3.1) 100..Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 R 1 R 1 R 0 R A 0 R R Hz % 0 0 High scale 0 59 59 23 31 12 99 Imax (see note • to Table 3.1) 100.Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 R 1 R 1 R 0 R A 0 R R Hz % 0 0 High scale 0 59 59 23 31 12 99 Imax (see note • to Table 3.0 100.1) 100.Table 3-29 L1 current waveform header (Modbus Table #21) Parameter Capture code Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Phase current (RMS) Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Register address 5376 5377 5378 5379 5380 5381 5382 5383 5384 5385 Modbus address 45377 45378 45379 45380 45381 45382 45383 45384 45385 45386 Direc.0 Conversion NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 Table 3-31 L3 current waveform header (Modbus Table #23) Parameter Capture code Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Phase current (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Register address 5888 5889 5890 5891 5892 5893 5894 5895 5896 5897 Modbus address 45889 45890 45891 45892 45893 45894 45895 45896 45897 45898 Direc.0 100.Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 High scale Conversion 1023 NONE 1023 NONE 1023 NONE 1023 NONE 26 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP ..0 100.0 Conversion NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE LIN3 LIN3 LIN3 Fundamental frequency 8 %THD 9 Table 3-30 L2 current waveform header (Modbus Table #22) Parameter Capture code Second Minute Hour Day of month Month Year Phase current (RMS) Fundamental frequency %THD Register offset 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Register address 5632 5633 5634 5635 5636 5637 5638 5639 5640 5641 Modbus address 45633 45634 45635 45636 45637 45638 45639 45640 45641 45642 Direc.

. Waveform point #512 Register offset 0 1 2 255 Register address 6400 6401 6402 6655 Modbus address 46401 46402 46403 46656 Direc..Table 3-33 Real-time waveform samples (Modbus Table #25) Parameter Waveform point #257 Waveform point #258 Waveform point #259 .Unit Low tion scale R 0 R 0 R 0 R 0 High scale Conversion 1023 NONE 1023 NONE 1023 NONE 1023 NONE 3 POWERMETER DATA MAP 27 .

NOTES 28 .