Power Quality

SIMEAS Q
Power Quality Recorder

Catalog
SR 10.2.5 · 2003

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2.2.5 · 2003 Supersedes: Catalog SR 10.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Catalog SR 10.5 · 1998 Power Quality Page Overview 2 Connection 3 Functions 4 and 5 Software 6 to 9 Connection Examples 10 Technical Data 11 and 12 Selection and Ordering Data 13 Dimension Drawings 13 © Siemens AG 2003 .

2. RS485. l Monitoring of power quality in terms of applicable standards. l Acquisition of all relevant measurement data for evaluating power quality. Inadequate power quality has an adverse effect on the dependability of loads within the power supply system and can cause outages with serious consequences.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Overview l Recording of electrical quantities. for analyzing power quality l Suitable for monitoring of single-phase power supply systems and 3 and 4-wire three-phase power systems l Recording of limit violations l 2 binary outputs for energy pulses or pulse on voltage dip l Transmission of recorded values via various communication channels (RS232. PROFIBUS DP) l Link-up to PLC systems Fields of application l Recording and evaluation of electrical quantities in power supply systems on the low-voltage level up to 1 kV rated voltage. However. many electric loads require a defined power quality in order to work properly. e.5 · 2003 Fig. SR2007-afp.g. l Acquisition and evaluation of electrical quantities in power distribution systems on the medium-voltage level up to 35 kV rated voltage.eps Functions Application The growing use of non-linear or unbalanced loads is increasingly having an effect on power quality in supply systems. 1 SIMEAS Q . Complete recording and evaluation of power quality according to international standards. 2 Siemens SR 10.

such as programmable controllers or personal computers (with integrated PROFIBUS-DP hardware). with an internal or external DP interface. measured values acquired with the SIMEAS Q can be used for control tasks. the following communication interfaces are available: l PROFIBUS-DP interface l Modem-capable. That way. 3 SIMATIC S7 PLC as the master station with various PROFIBUS-DP slaves SIMEAS Q with PC as a master The SIMEAS Q units are installed at various points to record electrical quantities in order to analyze power quality.5 · 2003 3 . implemented and certified according to standard EN 50170 Volume 2. One is to use a central PC as the master.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Connection Two different connection methods or system configurations are possible. 2 Using the SICARO Q Manager software and a PC with several SIMEAS Q units Fig. serial RS232 interface l Serial RS485 interface SIMEAS Q with PLC systems as master The SIMEAS Q version with a PROFIBUS-DP interface opens up a further field of application. depending on the application and existing infrastructure. The PROFIBUS interface. Together with programmable control systems (PLC). For connection to a PC. The open communication interface permits data transmission between SIMEAS Q units and all types of PROFIBUS-DP Masters. The other possibility is to link-up to a PLC system where the SIMEAS Q is connected to the central master as a slave. the SIMEAS Q can be used as a ”sensor for electrical quantities“. enables fast adaptation to a PLC systems.2. Detailed information on how to retrieve measurement data from SIMEAS P via PROFIBUS is available to everyone in the SIMEAS Q user description. Telecommunications network Fig. They permit fast configuration of customer-specific PLC programs for applications combining SIMEAS Q with these PLC systems. Function blocks are available for the SIMATIC S7-300 and -400 PLC systems. Siemens SR 10. It is then possible to set up a system for measured value acquisition and evaluation using the SICARO Q-Manager software. The measured values stored in the device memory are called up with a personal computer via one of 3 possible communication interfaces and can then be evaluated.

6.5 · 2003 Measured quantity Possible averaging time Max/min possible Rms values phase-to-ground voltages or phase-to-phase voltages 1. 6. 60 min yes 1st to 40th harmonic current per phase 1. sec 1. 10. 10. 5. 10. 15. 5. the rms values are acquired and stored in the memory along with the relevant time and date information. 5.2. 5. 30. 2. 15. 6. 15. 5. 2. 10. 10. 15. 2. Acquisition of maximum and minimum values of measured quantities within the measurement period (averaging time) is also possible. 15. 2. 2. 15. 60 min yes Total harmonic distortion (THD) per phase 1. sec 1. 30. 10. depending on the setting for each measured quantity. 60 min yes Power factor per phase and total power factor 1. 5. 30. 15. sec 1. 5. 10. sec 1. 60 min yes Current unbalance 1. sec 1. 6. 2. 10. 6. 15. 15. 6. which can be used simultaneously. 30. 30. 6. 5. 5.g.Flickermeters no Flicker factor long-term per phase voltage (Alt or Plt) 120 min fixed to standards IEC 60868 no and IEC 60868 A1 . 60 min yes Active power per phase and total active power 1. 2. 2. 10. 2. depending on the type of power system.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Functions Recording of measured values is possible in two modes. 5. 2. 60 min yes Apparent power per phase and total apparent power 1. 60 min no Table 1 Possible measured quantities in continuous recording . 5. 2. EN 50160). 10. 5. 2. 5. 6. 10. 6. 15. 30. 30. 15. 30. 15. sec 1. sec 1. 30. 2. 15. 6. 30. 6. 15. 2. 5. 30. 30. 2. 5. 10. 2. 6. 10. 10. 2. 5. 15. 30. 2. 30. 10. 15. 10. sec 1. 15. 10. 2. The table on the right shows which measured quantities can be acquired by continuous recording. 6. 6. 6. 10. 30. sec 1. 5. 60 min yes System frequency (always measured at input VPH1) 1. 6. 2. 5. 6. 2. depending on the averaging time set. 2. l Continuous recording l Recording in the case of a limit violation (see page 5) Continuous recording In continuous recording. 10. 30. the SIMEAS Q can record measured quantities as defined in the standards (e. sec 1. 5. 15. 6. 30. 60 min yes Rms value phase currents 1. 5. 15. 6. 15. 60 min yes Reactive power per phase and total reactive power 1. 15. 6. 6. 60 min yes Flicker factor short-term per phase voltage (Ast or Pst) 10 min fixed to standards IEC 60868 and IEC 60868 A1 . 6. 30. 60 min yes Active energy – import / active energy – export Reactive energy – inductive / reactive energy – capacitive Apparent energy 1. 5. 2. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 15. 10. 30. 10. This records a ”chain of measured values“ whose resolution can range from low to very high. 4 Siemens SR 10. 2. 15. 30. In ”continuous recording“ mode.Flickermeters 1st to 40th harmonic voltage per phase 1. 5. sec 1. 15. sec 1. 5. 6. 5. 10. 6. 10. 15. 60 min yes Voltage unbalance 1. 10. 5. 10. 2. 6.

sec 1. 30. 15. 15. 15. capacitive – Reactive energy. 10. energy import – Active energy. 30. In normal measurement mode. 15. 10. 10. 5. 2. 2. 6. 30. 5. 2. 10. 5. 6. 2. sec 1. 10. 5. One of the following functions can be assigned to these outputs: l Indication device active (switched on) l Energy metering pulse per settable energy value for: l Pulses on voltage dips (contact closed for 500 ms if violation of the first threshold below rated voltage detected) The relay outputs enable the SIMEAS Q to be used for acquisition of measured values and for energy metering. 30. 2. 30. 2. 5. 30. the SIMEAS Q goes into memory overflow/ring buffer mode. 6. 60 min 2 Reactive power per phase and total reactive power 1. 10. Rms values phase-to-ground voltages or phase-to-phase voltages 10. 30. sec 1. 2.5 · 2003 5 . sec 1. 2. 60 min 5 1st to 40th harmonic voltage per phase 1. 10. 20. 30. sec 1. 15. 6. 10. 50. 15. 10. 60 min 5 System frequency (always measured at input VPH1) 1. 30. 15.2. 5. 10.000 measured values. It must therefore be ensured that the measured data are always retrieved before memory overflow/ring buffer mode occurs. 500 ms 1. 10. 6. 15. 10. 5. 6. 15. 10. 30. 6. sec 1. 5. 5. 5. 6. 15. 5. 30. 5. sec 1. 2. 15. The information on time and date of the measurement are stored along with each measured value. 100. 15.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Functions Recording in the case of limit violation Measured quantity Possible averaging time Number of thresholds Recording in the case of limit violation means that measurement data are recorded when the average measured value violates one or more defined upper or lower limits (thresholds). 60 min 2 Power factor per phase and total power factor 1. 2. 6. 60 min 2 Apparent power per phase and total apparent power 1. 60 min 2 Active power per phase and total active power 1. The table on the right shows the measured quantities for which limit violations can be parameterized. 60 min 5 Current unbalance 1. inductive – Apparent energy l Indication active power import (contact open) or active power export (contact closed) l Limit power factor (p. 5. 5. 30. the current time and date information and the mean value since the last limit violation of that measured quantity are stored in the memory. 2. 2. 6. 10. 10. 60 min 2 per harmonic 1st to 40th harmonic current per phase 1. 6. 30. 10. 6. 15. 10. 5. 6. the lowest possible averaging time of 10 ms is selected. 6. Relay outputs The SIMEAS Q is fitted with 2 relay outputs (opto-relays). energy export – Reactive energy. 30. sec 1. 6. 30. 15. sec 1. 30. 10. 6.f. 60 min 2 Voltage unbalance 1. 5. 15.f. 500 ms 1. 2. 2. 5. 60 min 5 Rms value phase currents 10. 2. 5. sec 1. 6. 30. Retrieving measurement data frees capacity in the SIMEAS Q. 30. 30. 10. 30. To record voltage dips. 30. 5. is lower than a settable limit value) Siemens SR 10. 2. 6. 15. 15. 10. 2. – Active energy. 6. 30. During measurement. When a limit is violated. 2. the SIMEAS Q compares the rms values = 10 ms with the set thresholds and is thus able to record very short voltage dips. 6. 10. 15. This type of recording is primarily used for recording voltage dips. 2. which causes loss of data and gaps in the measured value chain. 5. which is then available again for new measurement data. 10. sec 1. 100. 2. (cos j)) (contact closed for as long as p. 60 min 2 per harmonic Total harmonic distortion (THD) per phase 1. 5. the capacity of the data memory indirectly defines the intervals at which the PC must retrieve measurement data in order to obtain an unbroken chain of values. 6. 2. 30. 5. 5. 10. 6. 15. 10. 20. 15. 30. 60 min 2 Data memory and data transmission Table 2 The SIMEAS Q has a measurement memory with a capacity for 70. 5. Possible measured quantities in the case of a limit violation If the measurement data are not retrieved. 15. 15. 6. 2. 15. 15. 2. 2. sec 1. 6. 50.

acquisition and storage of the measurement data. The measured quantities to be acquired can be defined separately for each unit. Functional scope SR2012-afpen.2. is a software product for carrying out basic settings on the SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder before commissioning.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Software Various software products are provided for working with the SIMEAS Q. Fig. only the SIMEAS Q parameterization software is required to set the SIMEAS Q parameters.tif – Definition of the device address so that each device is uniquely identified – Definition of the connection parameters: Interface used (RS232. executable under the Windows 95/98/NT/ 2000 and XP operating systems.5 · 2003 . 6 Siemens SR 10. 5 SIMEAS Q parameterization. If SIMEAS Q units are connected to a PLC system as slaves. typical settings SIMEAS Q parameterization configuration software l SR2011-afpen. The software allows you to configure the SIMEAS Q for the communication protocol to be used (RS232. RS485. configuring a substation. 4 Connection between SIMEAS Q and PC for the configuration of device parameters with the SIMEAS Q parameterization software Fig. 6 SIMEAS Q parameterization. RS485 or PROFIBUS DP) and to prepare it for the measurement task. and also for displaying and evaluating the measured values. PROFIBUSDP) and transmission rate – Calibration of the unit – Updating of the unit firmware to enable new functions or to update the whole firmware in case of an error – Parameterization of the measurement settings of each unit.tif The SIMEAS Q parameterization software. This software is required for parameterization. main menu Fig.

simeas.de or www.5 · 2003 7 . bar charts and numerical values. is a software product for configuring a system with several SIMEAS Q units and for gathering the measured values from the SIMEAS Q units.2. – Remote parameterization of the measurement settings of each unit. displaying them. – Automatic transmission and storage of the measurement data from the connected units. – Display of retrieved measurement data. A separate parameterization package is available for this. SR2010-afpen.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Software SICARO Q-Manager – Software for measured value acquisition SR2008-afpen. cyclic time setting of all connected units to align the SIMEAS Q’s internal clock with the system time of the PC.powerquality.tif The SIMEAS Q parameterization software can be downloaded free of charge via the Internet at www. – Automatic. The system structure simplifies handling of the software during active operation. and making them available for further processing. a cable is required to connect the PC.com.tif l Siemens SR 10. – Graphic configuration of a system structure with the connected SIMEAS Q units. Which measured quantities will be acquired and how can they be defined separately for each unit. The display takes the form of rotary dial instruments. 8 SICARO Q Manager Display of the currently transmitted measured values Fig. – Remote control of data recording from the PC. 9 Presentation of measurement data in ASCII format with Microsoft-Excel The SICARO Q Manager software. containing the parameterization software and the connecting cable required for the respective unit version. Fig. executable under the Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and XP operating systems. 7 SICARO Q Manager Main menu with system structure Menu item for measurement settings Fig.tif Functional scope SR2013-afp. To configure the SIMEAS Q. storing them.

SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Software l Functional scope (continued) – Updating of the unit firmware to enable new functions or to update the entire firmware in case of an error. 8 Siemens SR 10.g. SICARO PQ permits fast analysis of measurement data and automated PQ reporting in terms of the standards EN 50160. for example. IEC 61000. to import the data into Microsoft Excel with just a few mouse clicks. The software also provides a function for exporting the measurement data in ASCII format.5 · 2003 . e. or based on definable limits and compatibility levels. The SICARO Q Manager software can also be used to export the measurement data for analysis in an optionally available program called SICARO PQ. – Conversion of stored measurement data for analysis with the SICARO PQ software.2. the data can be further processed with suitable software. Microsoft Excel. This makes it possible. – Conversion of stored measurement data to ASCII format. l Evaluation The SICARO Q Manager software can be used to display the measured quantities in various ways on the screen of a PC. After conversion. where it can be presented in diagrams and analyzed as required.

SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Software SR2014-afpen. 12 SICARO PQ Analysis of voltage dips using a CBEMA plot Functional scope – Definition of reference levels for evaluating power quality. the transmitted measured values first have to be exported using the SICARO Q Manager software. 10 SICARO PQ Parameterization of power quality evaluation criteria or reference levels SR2015-afpen. – Export of a report in HTML format.tif The SICARO PQ software. For analysis with SICARO PQ. For evaluation and reporting. is a software product for evaluating measured values with respect to international standards. Fig. – Definition of reporting template for setting the report layout. – Definition of quality profiles for selecting various features.tif SICARO PQ Fig.tif l Fig. executable under the Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and XP operating systems.g. EN 50160 or IEC 61000 or according to definable compatibility levels. e.2. 11 SICARO PQ Display and analysis of continuous measured values SR2016-afpen. all that has to be done is to apply the reference levels and select a reporting template.5 · 2003 9 . Siemens SR 10. The exported data are then the data source for the analysis software. allowing navigation through and display of the report in any HTML browser.

13 Single-phase alternating current Connection terminals SIMEAS Q Fig.5 · 2003 Voltage transformers can also be connected in a delta or wye connection.2. Connection terminals SIMEAS Q Fig. All input or output terminals not needed for measurement remain unconnected. any load Connection terminals SIMEAS Q Fig. Currents and voltages up to the maximum permissible values can be connected even without current and voltage transformers. 14 Four-wire three-phase current. same load Connection terminals SIMEAS Q Fig. any load (high-voltage network) . 17 Four-wire three-phase current.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Connection Examples Connection terminals SIMEAS Q Fig. 18 Four-wire three-phase current. same load Connection terminals SIMEAS Q Fig. 16 Three-wire three-phase current. 15 Three-wire three-phase current. 10 Siemens SR 10. any load (low-voltage network) The input connections shown above are only examples.

06 VA at IE = 6 A 6A 12 A 200 A acc..2 x VN = 280 V 2 x VN = 460 V acc.5 · 2003 11 . 1 A.5 W per connection Symmetry Measurement Accuracy Storage Binary outputs Permissible voltage Permissible current Internal resistance Permissible switching frequency 2 via opto-relays ± 100 V AC/DC 150 mA permament 500 mA for 100 ms £ 10 W 10 Hz Frequency Accuracy Storage Measurement functions Number of channels Calculation method Sampling rate Resolution Voltage Measuring range Accuracy Storage 3 voltage inputs with common neutral N 3 current inputs Fast Fourier transform 6400 Hz for 50 Hz system frequency 7680 Hz for 60 Hz system frequency per voltage or current input 14 bits Harmonics Frequency range 0 to 280 V Typically £ 0. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s 2 settable limits For measurement in 3-phase system voltage and current Typically £ 0. to IEC/EN 60688 Active power. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s 2 settable limits per harmonic ASt/AIt or PSt/PIt per voltage input Acc. to IEC/EN 60688 Power factor Accuracy Storage Auxiliary voltage Rated voltage variant 1 Permissible tolerance range Rated voltage variant 2 Permissible tolerance range Power consumption Multi-range PSU AC/DC 24 to 60 V DC ± 20 % of the rated voltage 110 to 250 V DC and 100 to 240 V AC / 45 to 65 Hz +15/-20 % of the rated voltage 3. 6 A Approx.1 % of rating Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max..2 % of rating Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max. min. 0..33 VA at VEN = 230 V Max. min.2. min.. to IEC 61000-4-15 (IEC 60 868) Continuously averaging time Ast and Pst 10 min averaging time AIt and PIt 120 min Siemens SR 10. apparent power. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s 2 settable limits £ 5 mHz Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max. 230 V (3-phase) 1. 60 Hz ± 5 Hz Sinusoidal or distorted up to 40th harmonic Current Measuring range Accuracy Storage Input alternating current IE Input rated current IE Power consumption per current path Modulation rate Continuous overload Surge withstand capability Min.. to IEC 61000-4-7 Class B Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 10 ms to 3600 s 5 settable limits Typically £ 0.2 % Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max. min.2 % Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max. min.1 % of rating Continuously selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s storage of max. max. IE = 6 A 50 Hz.02 VA at VEN = 100 V / 3 0.. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s 2 settable limits each Typically £ 0. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 10 ms to 3600 s 5 settable limits Flicker factor Measurement Accuracy Storage Accuracy Storage 0 to 6 A Typically £ 0. min.. min.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Technical Data Input Maximum rated system voltage Permissible modulation rate Rated frequency fEN Frequency range fE Waveform Measurement functions (continued) For connection to AC systems only Y 230/D 400 V VY = 280 V. reactive power Accuracy Storage Input alternating voltage VE Power consumption Input to ground Rated voltage VEN Continuous overload Surge withstand capability 0. and average values possible On limit violation selectable averaging time 1 to 3600 s 2 settable limits Up to 40th harmonic per voltage or current input Acc.

stationary use Shock. 1. 1. 2. to IEC 61000-4-4 Acc. to CISPR 11. half-sine wave.2/50 µs Acc. day.8 kV. IEC 60255-21-1 Acc.2/50 µs Communication interface 10. to IEC/EN 60688 -10 °C to 55 °C. each with time information Program memory 256 kByte EEPROM Real-time clock Internal real-time clock Format Deviation Back-up Synchronization and setting Year. to EN 50081-1. to IEC 61010-1. sinusoidal transportation Seismic stress stationary use Shock. 1.Current inputs . to IEC 60068-2-27. to IEC/EN 61010-1 Acc. to IEC 60068-2-6. half-sine wave. to EN 61010-1. second 100 ppm With lithium battery Via communication interface Dimensions and housing Acc. to IEC 61000-4-2 Class III Interface Connection technique Transmission options PROFIBUS DP Transmission rate 9-pin SUB-D connector female From 9 600 Bit/s to 12 MBit/s RS232 interface Transmission rate Modem-capable From 300 Bit/s to 115 200 Bit/s RS485 interface Transmission rate From 300 Bit/s to 115 200 Bit/s Data memory Memory for measurement data Memory up to 70 000 measured values. 50 Hz. sinusoidal stationary use Vibrations.2/50 µs Acc. VDE 0875 Part 11 Disturbances power supply systems Acc.2. capacitive Reactive energy. voltage against interface and relay outputs Input circuits against interface and relay outputs Impulse voltage withstand test Input circuits against each other Aux.Communication interface Degree of protection IP20 Terminal for max. to EN 61010-1 3.7 kg 12 Siemens SR 10. to IEC 61000-4-5 Acc. to IEC 60068-2-42 DIN 40046 Part 36 Acc. to IEC 61000-4-6 Class III Acc. 400 Hz Acc. 50 Hz. EN 55011. IEC 60255-21-2 Acc. to EN 61000-6-2.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Technical Data Measurement functions (continued) Electromagnetic compatibility Active energy. IEC 60068-3-75 IP 40 IP 20 Safety class 1 Acc.8 kV. import Active energy. IEC 60255-21-3 Acc. EN 50081-2 Conducted interference Acc.Voltage inputs .5 mm2 Terminal for max. to IEC 60068-2-6.7 kV.Binary outputs . VDE 0878 Part 22 Noise field intensity Acc. IEC 60255-6 Emission Acc. to IEC 61000-3-3. 0. 2. inductive Apparent energy Accuracy Storage Immunity 1 MHz burst disturbance test Electrostatic discharge Radiated electromagnetic field disturbance test Burst Surge Conducted disturbances induced by radio-frequency fields Typically £ 0.2 kV. pollution degree 2. to EN 61000-4-8 Class IV.5 mm2 Terminal for max. EN 60688 Acc. to IEC 60068-2-27. IEC 60688. IEC 61010-1 Acc. export Reactive energy. to IEC 60068-3-3. IEC 61000-3-2 6. 2. to CISPR 22. 1 min Acc. no condensation during operation Acc. to IEC 60068-2-43 DIN 40046 Part 37 Acc. continuous shock Acc. 4 mm2 Terminal for max. overvoltage category III Dimensions 90 x 75 x 105 mm (W x H x D) Housing Snap-on housing for DIN rail mounting Degree of protection IP40 Connection elements . selectable averaging time 1 to 60 min Other technical data Stress tests Dielectric test Input circuits against each other Aux.Aux. hour.5 · 2003 . for resistance Shock. to IEC 60068-2-29. IEC 60255-21-2 Acc. voltage against interface and relay outputs Input circuits against interface and relay outputs Temperature and climatic stress Industrial atmosphere SO2 H2S Mechanical stress Vibrations.5 kV.2 % Continuously.55 kV. minute. 2. 1 min 5. to IEC 61000-4-3.7 kV. half-sine wave. IEC 60255-21-2 Safety Mechanical resistance to shock and impact Degree of protection Housing Terminals Safety class Temperature and protection from propagation of fire Insulation Clearance and creepage distance Magnetic field Acc. to EN 61010-1 6.5 mm2 9 pin SUB-D connector Weight Approx. 1 min 3. EN 55022. ENV 50204 Acc. 50 Hz. to IEC 60255-6. IEC 60255-21-1 Acc. to IEC 60255-22-1. month. power supply .

SIMEAS Q 7KG8000-8oo20 RS232-RS485 converter incl. Description Order No. RS232/RS485 converter Connector: PC side: 9-pin SUB-D connector female SIMEAS Q side: 9-pin SUB-D connector male Plug-in power supply unit for converter Auxiliary voltage 230 V AC 50 Hz 110 V AC 60 Hz A B Plug-in power supply unit for converter Auxiliary voltage 230 V AC 50 Hz 110 V AC 60 Hz 0 1 7KG8050-8BC20 SIMEAS Q function module PLC systems For SIMATIC S7-300 and S7-400 with internal or external PROFIBUS-DP interface Delivered on 3 ½ inch diskette 7KG8000-5AA00-0Ao1 Manual German English 7KG8050-8Ao20 Software SICARO Q manager Version 2 Delivered on CD-ROM for connection and operation of more than 10 SIMEAS Q units A B 7KG8000-5BB20-0Ao1 Manual German English A B A B Siemens SR 10. cable Connecting cable SIMEAS Q to PC Connector: PC side: 9-pin SUB-D connector female SIMEAS Q side: 9-pin SUB-D connector male 7XV5700-oBB00 Interface With PROFIBUS-DP interface With modem-capable RS232 interface With RS485 interface A B C Auxiliary voltage 24 to 60 V DC 110 to 250 V DC and 100 to 240 V AC 45 to 65 Hz SIMEAS Q parameterization package for SIMEAS Q with RS232 interface Comprising: Software SIMEAS Q parameterization for configuration and calibration of SIMEAS Q units with an RS232 interface on a PC Connecting cable SIMEAS Q to PC Length 4 m Connector: PC side: 9-pin SUB-D connector female SIMEAS Q side: 9-pin SUB-D connector male SIMEAS Q parameterization package for SIMEAS Q with RS485 interface or PROFIBUS DP interface Comprising: Software SIMEAS Q parameterization for configuration and calibration of SIMEAS Q units with RS485 or PROFIBUS-DP interface on a PC Connecting cable SIMEAS Q to PC incl.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Selection and Ordering Data Description Order No.2.5 · 2003 13 .

Input: Current AC IL1 IL1 IL2 IL2 IL3 IL3 Input: Volt. 20 SIMEAS Q Terminals 14 Siemens SR 10.Volt.5 · 2003 .2. 19 SIMEAS Q Front view Side view Aux. AC ULN UL1 UL2 UL3 Fig.SIMEAS Q Power Quality Recorder Dimension Drawings Terminal block Fig.

The required features should therefore be specified in each individual case at the time of closing the contract.simeas.03 PDF 15 EN 100800 6101/D6298 Siemens SR 10.5 · 2003 15 . For more information about SIMEAS and power quality. All dimensions in this catalog are given in mm.com The information in this document contains general descriptions of the technical options available. Responsible for Technical contents: Manfred Unterweger Siemens AG. see the Internet download area of www. Abt. PTD PA 13 Nürnberg General editing: Claudia Kühn-Sutiono Siemens AG.2. Abt. The illustrations are for reference only. PTD CC Erlangen KGK 10. All product designations used are trademarks or product names of Siemens AG or other suppliers.Notes The technical data dimensions and weights are subject to change unless otherwise stated on the individual pages of this catalog. which do not always have to be present in individual cases.

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