PowerLogic PM5000 Series

Compact, versatile
meters for energy cost
and basic network
management applications

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PM5000 Series
Agenda

● Overview
● Models
● Naming convention
● Main characteristics
● Physical details
● Mounting Facility
● Connections
● Display & Configurations
● Communications
● Trouble Shooting
● Support Documents
● Key Points to Remember

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Models –PM5000

• Basic metering with class 0.5S accuracy +
PM5100 pulse output &/or serial comm

• Basic metering with class 0.5S accuracy +
PM5300 2DI/2DO + data logging + multi tariff +
Ethernet or serial comms + 2 relay(form A)

• Basic metering with class 0.2S accuracy +
4DI/2DO + data logging + multi tariff +
PM5500 Ethernet and serial comms + 4th CT input for
neutral & ground measurement + Internal
web server

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Naming Convention

PM 5 5 6 3

Description Function & Family features Product features Product features
PM: power meter form factor 1: Basic w/ 0.5 accuracy 0: No comms 0: 1A / 5A CT
5: Basic range 3: Basic w/ 0.5 accuracy + 1: RS-485 1: 1A / 5A CT + MID compliance
power meter – DI/DO + 2: Ethernet 3: No display (Transducer)
panel mounted load profile multi-tariff 3: RS-485 +
form factor 5: Basic w/ 0.2 accuracy + relay output
DI/DO + Logging + 4: Ethernet +
TOU + 4 current inputs relay output
6: Ethernet +
RS-485

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.5s CL 0. -/1p/. YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES Demand. 6 YES YES YES YES YES YES YES - lines 4 concurrent values 3phase. 1 1 1 . YES TRANSDUCER ACCURACY CL 0. . Power. YES YES YES YES YES YES Boolean Alarm Logic . Class C Schneider Electric . . . . . 1 1 2 2 CT terminal for Ground / Neutral . TDD YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES Harmonics (Individual upto) 15th 15th 31st 31st 31st 31st 63rd 63rd Alarms 33 33 35 35 35 35 52 52 Single & Multi condition Alarms . . PM5111 PM5331 PM5341 PM5561 Annex B & Annex D. Current. . . .2s CL 0. DIN Rail Mount . 2/2/2 2/2/. . 4 4 4 4 8 8 THD. . . Bar graphs.5s CL 0. 2/2/. . .Voltage. 2/2/2 4/2/. . 1 1 DI/DO/RO options (p=pulse output) -/1p/. Panel mount & Integrated YES YES YES YES YES YES YES - display Fast Installation.EcoBusiness Division 48 . power factor Multi-Tariff counters . . seconds 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Serial port with ModbusRTU protocol . Energy. . . 1 1 Ethernet port with Modbus TCP protocol .2s Sampling rate (Samples /cycle) 64 64 64 64 64 64 128 128 Backlit Display. . .5s CL 0.5s CL 0. Multilingual. Main Characteristics Feature and Options PM5100 PM5110 PM5310 PM5330 PM5320 PM5340 PM5560 PM5563 Fast Installation. Frequency. YES YES Setpoint response time. thd.5s CL 0.5s CL 0. EN50470-1/3. 4/2/- Data Logging for parameters . YES YES YES YES YES YES MID ready Compliance. . .

PM5000 Series Agenda ● Overview ● Physical details ● Dimensions ● Physical Characteristics ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Communications ● Trouble Shooting ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 49 .

EcoBusiness Division 50 .Dimensions PM5100 PM5300 PM5500 Schneider Electric .

Current inputs D.Physical Characteristics PM5100 & PM5300 A. LED indicators I. Communications port (Ethernet OR RS-485) E F G A B H C D J I Schneider Electric . Status inputs / Digital outputs E. Voltage input B. Navigation or menu selections G. Menu selection buttons H. Maintenance and alarm notification area F. Relay output J.EcoBusiness Division 51 . Control power C.

Digital outputs (Solid State Relay) D.Physical Characteristics PM5500 A. Voltage inputs K. Maintenance and alarm notification area G. Control power F. Menu selection buttons I. Digital inputs B. Navigation or menu selections H. RS-485 communication port E A K B J F G I C D H Schneider Electric . LED indicators J. Ethernet port(s) E.EcoBusiness Division 52 . Current inputs C.

PM5000 Series Agenda ● Overview ● Physical details ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Communications ● Trouble Shooting ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 53 .

Mounting Details ● These compact meters (72mm depth) mount with just two clips in a standard DIN 96 mm x 96 mm cut out Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 54 .

PM5000 Series meters Agenda ● Overview ● Dimensions ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Control Power Connections ● DI/DO Connections ● V-I Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Communications ● Trouble Shooting ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 55 .

4W at 125 V DC. The fuses must be rated for the installation voltage and sized for the available fault current Ø Energy meter must powered up by wiring it as per the diagram Ø Necessary precautions to be taken for safe and controlled Power source to avoid damage to the device &/or User Schneider Electric .5 VAR at 480 V L-N DC: 125 to 250 V DC ± 20% • DC burden: ◦◦Typical 2. ● Use a protection (fuse) when connecting an ungrounded neutral to the control power. 5W • Installation category III ● Energy meter must be protected by a circuit breaker ● L1 and L2 are non-polarized.2 VA / 10. max.EcoBusiness Division 56 . Connect N to L2 terminal for AC power supplies with neutral.Control Power Connections AC: 100 to 480 V L-N ± 10% • AC burden: Frequency: 45 to 65 Hz ◦◦4.2 W / 11.

4 • OFF state: 0 to 4 V DC (max) Schneider Electric .5 . 5A Type: Externally excited Type: Form A 250Vac. 8A @ pf=1 • ON state: 18.DI/DO Connections PM5100/PM5300 R>Vbat/20mA Pulse Output (PM5100) Type: Form A • Reference voltage: 40 V dc (max) Whetting voltage for self excitation Relay Output (PM5300) Status Input (PM5300) Status Output (PM5300) 30Vdc.38V dcmax • Reference voltage: 40 V dc 250Vac. 6A @pf=0.EcoBusiness Division 57 .

EcoBusiness Division 58 .DI/DO Connections PM5100/PM5300 Schneider Electric .

DI/DO Connections PM5500 <30Vac <60Vdc Status inputs (4) Digital outputs (2) • Type: Externally excited • Type: Form A • ON state: 30 V AC / 60 V DC max • Reference voltage: 40 V • OFF state: 0 to 4 V DC • Maximum: 30 V AC / 60 V DC Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 59 .

V-I Connections Single Phase Examples Voltage Inputs ● Measured voltage: ● 20 to 400 V L-N ● 35 to 690 V L-L (Wye) ● 35 to 600 V L-L (Delta) Risk of DAMAGE Ø CT’s must have a short link connectors ● Frequency: 50/60 Hz ± 10% Ø Voltage connections must have the fuse ● Permanent overload: 480 V L-N or 828 V L-L protections ● Impedance: 5 MΩ ● Measurement category III Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 60 .

V-I Connections 3P-3W & 3P-4W Examples 3p3w Current Inputs • 1 A or 5 A nominal • Measured current: 50 mA to 10 A • Withstand: 20 A continuous.EcoBusiness Division 61 .024 VA at 10 A Risk of DAMAGE Ø CT’s must have a short link connectors Ø Voltage connections must have the fuse protections Schneider Electric . 500 A @ 1 sec/hr • Impedance: < 0.3 mΩ 3p4w • Burden: < 0. 50 A @ 10 sec/hr.

PM5000 Series Agenda ● Overview ● Physical details ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Display content (HMI/Remote) ● Password Protection ● Basic Configurations ● Advanced Configurations ● Communications ● Trouble Shooting ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 62 .

EcoBusiness Division 63 . German. Portuguese. Italian. French.Display Content HMI Menu selection buttons Scroll right navigation button ● Menu-driven navigation ● Displayed quantities expressed with units to eliminate interpretation errors ● Graphical display supports eight different languages: English. Spanish. Chinese & Russian Schneider Electric .

EcoBusiness Division 64 .Display Content HMI Menu selection Scroll right navigation buttons button Schneider Electric .

EcoBusiness Division 65 .Display Content HMI Menu selection Scroll right navigation buttons button Schneider Electric .

EcoBusiness Division 66 .Display Content HMI Menu selection Scroll right navigation buttons button Schneider Electric .

Display Content SOFTWARE Applications ● Meter data can be viewed using ION Setup Utility and Energy Management software such as Struxureware Power Monitoring Expert or Struxureware Power SCADA Expert. ØRefer software documents for details Basic parameters Configuration parameters Harmonic components Alarm Status Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 67 .

Spanish. Italian.EcoBusiness Division 68 . Display Content Remote (PM5500 only) ● Onboard web pages to view real-time readings and logging information using any browser Web pages support 8 different languages: English. Chinese & Russian Schneider Electric . French. German. Portuguese.

EcoBusiness Division 69 . Schneider Electric .PT & Revenue parameters) ●Default:. contact technical support for password recovery assistance: ● NOTE: Be sure to include your power meter’s serial number in your e-mail or have it readily available when calling technical support.0000 ● Password Recovery ● If the password is LOST. ● Password for Configuration (CT.Password Protection ● Energy meter have software password protection.

Navigate to Maint > Setup > Meter > Basic. 2. Edit all the meter parameters to match your power system and electrical wiring. Schneider Electric . Date. press and hold the outermost two buttons for 5 seconds. Basic Configuration Perform basic setup: 1. Navigate to Maint > Setup > HMI > Region. To reset the meter to the default language (English).EcoBusiness Division 70 .buttons to change the displayed Language. 3. Use the Edit and + or . 3. Time Format or HMI mode. Change the regional settings: 1. 2. Exit and save your settings.

Clock Allows user to set the date and time and time offset of the internal clock of a device and to synchronize the date and time of the devices with the workstation. Data Log #1 Allows user to configure the parameters for Data Log #1. ……. See the “Starting. Front Panel Display User can change the appearance or behavior of the meter's front panel screen. To view the meter identification information.contd Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 71 . use the meter's front panel Alarming Allows user to configure the parameters for all alarms. Demand Setup User can configure the power and current demand and clock sync offset. Logging On and Logging Off” section of the ION Setup online help for more information. Basic Setup User can define the power system that the meter is monitoring.Advanced Configuration Remote Using ION Setup to view or modify configuration data Use Network mode in ION Setup to add and configure a power meter. Meter identification The meters ship with many default values already set up for the firmware installed. Device Label Allows user to enter a label for a device.

See the “Starting. Schneider Electric . I/O Configuration Allows user to set up and configure the inputs and outputs.EcoBusiness Division 72 . up to two (2) digital outputs and two relays. Resets are grouped so that either all items listed (global reset) or individual items can be reset (single reset). The PM5100 series meter single energy pulsing output. Multi-Tariff Allows user to set the parameters Command mode/ Time of Day mode/ Input mode RS-485 Base Comm Allows user to set the parameters for the Modbus RS-485 Base Comm. Logging On and Logging Off” section of the ION Setup online help for more information. Energy Pulsing Allows user to set the values for the Energy Pulsing parameter.Advanced Configuration Remote Using ION Setup to view or modify configuration data Use Network mode in ION Setup to add and configure a power meter. Meter Resets Meter values can be rest or cleared through the meter reset parameters. I/O Setup PM5300 series meter can accept up to two (2) digital inputs. Meter initialization clears all counters Metering Standards Allows user to set parameters to monitor load and demand.

PM5000 Series Agenda ● Overview ● Physical details ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Communications ● Serial Communication parameters ● Ethernet Communication parameters ● Trouble Shooting ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 74 .

ODD. 38400 Parity EVEN. Select the speed for data transmission. Schneider Electric . Select None if the parity bit is not used. 19200. The address must be unique for each device in a communications loop.Serial Communication Parameter Values Description Protocol MODBUS RTU The communications format used to transmit data. Baud Rate 9600. The baud rate must be the same for all devices in a communications loop. set the device ID to 255. Address 1 to 247 Set the address for this device. The parity setting must be the same for all devices in a communications loop. The protocol must be the same for all devices in a communications loop. For Jbus protocol.EcoBusiness NONE Division 75 .

16. local Network Ethernet IP subnetwork address of your network Subnet Administrator (subnet mask).200 Schneider Electric .Ethernet Communication PM5300/PM5500 PM53xx Parameter Values Description IP Address Contact the The internet protocol address of your device. device (what the meter uses to obtain its IP Stored.16 as the first two values of Eth Comm LEDs the IP address.184. HTTP Disabled Controls whether your device’s webserver and Server webpages are active or not. Example: MAC address = 00:80:67:82:B8:C8 Default IP = 85. then convert the last two hexadecimal values of the MAC address to decimal and use this as the last two values of the IP address. address). for parameter Gateway values Ethernet IP gateway address of your network. This controls the network protocol for your PM55xx BOOTP. Default • DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol • BOOTP: Bootstrap Protocol • Stored: Use the static value programmed in the IP Address setup register • Default: Use 85.EcoBusiness Division 76 . IP Method DHCP. Device N/A This parameter is read-only for reference Name purposes.

EcoBusiness Division 77 .PM5000 Series Agenda ● Overview ● Physical details ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Communications ● Troubleshooting ● Status Information ● Problems/ Causes/ Solutions ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .

● Hardware . verify that control power is connected to the power meter. ● Communications .if the heartbeat LED remains lit and does not flash ON and OFF.the LED flashes at a steady rate during normal operation. ● If the heartbeat LED remains lit.the LED flash rate changes as the communications port transmits and receives data. the power meter is not receiving requests from the host computer. ● Normal operation . there is a hardware problem.User Guide). contact your local sales representative. but the display is blank. then restore power to the power meter). ● If the LED flash rate does not change when data is sent from the host computer.Status Information Heartbeat/Comms LED The heartbeat/comms LED helps to troubleshoot the power meter. the display may not be functioning properly or may have timed out (see “Setting Up the Display” on page 8. Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 78 . ØPerform a hard reset of the power meter (turn OFF power to the power meter. ● If the display is blank and the LED is not lit. ● Control power and display — if the heartbeat LED flashes.

2. Press ▲ to return to the 6. View the power meter status. View control Power information. 6. 2. 5. If the energy/alarm LED has been configured for alarms. Press [Diag]. Scroll to [Maint] in the menu list. Press [Meter]. the energy/alarm LED flashes when an alarm is active. 1. Press ▲ to return to the Maintenance screen.EcoBusiness Division 79 . Scroll to [Maint] in the menu list. Additional Meter Status Information Meter Control Power 1. Press [Cl Pwr].Status Information About Alarms appears in the upper-right corner of the meter display when an alarm is active. 4. Maintenance screen. 4. Press [Maint]. 7. 3. 5. Press [Diag]. Schneider Electric . Press [Maint]. 3.

Problems / Causes / Solutions Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 80 .

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Support Documents Documents can be downloaded from http://shoppingkiosk.schneider-electric.EcoBusiness Division 82 .com Navigation > Electrical Distribution > Power Monitoring Hardware > Basic Meters > PowerLogic > PM5000 Series qTechnical Leaflet qBrochure qCustomer Presentation qInstallation & Connection qUser Guide Schneider Electric .

PM5000 Series Agenda ● Overview ● Physical details ● Mounting facility ● Connections ● Display & Configuration ● Communications ● Trouble Shooting ● Support Documents ● Key Points to Remember Schneider Electric .EcoBusiness Division 83 .

35>PM5300. 63>PM5500 ● Pulse Output: PM5100 ● Digital Input & Output: PM5300/PM5500 ● Alarms ● 33>PM5100.EcoBusiness Division 84 . 8>PM5500 ● Power Quality ● Harmonics: 15>PM5100. Ethernet> PM5300/PM5500 ● For more specific information refer the User Guide / Install Guide Schneider Electric .Key Points to Remember ● Know the model of the meter you are handling. 31>PM5300. ● Understand the basic Configuration required to make the meter work. 52>PM5500 ● Communication ● RS485>ALL series. ● Multi-tariff ● 4>PM5300.