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РЕГИСТР

ИCО 9000

AQP 42 2863 6 Group P32

THREE-PHASE ACTIVE AND REACTIVE


ELECTRIC ENERGY METER CE 304

Operating manual
ИНЕС.411152.064 OM

Software version v.1.X

Manufacturer:
JSC"Concern Energomera"
415-А Lenin Street, 355029 Stavropol, Russia,
phone (8652) 56-67-21, 35-67-45; fax (8652) 56-40-28, 36-44-17.
CONTENTS
1 DEFINITIONS, DESIGNATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS………………………….. 3
2 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS……………………………………………………………… 4
3 METER AND ITS OPERATION DESCRIPTION……………………………………… 5
3.1 Application………………………………………………………………………… 5
3.2 Ambient environment……………………………………………………………... 11
3.3 Meter nomenclature……………………………………………………………….. 12
3.4 Specifications……………………………………………………………………… 12
3.5 Meter arrangement and operation…………………………………………………. 16
4 METER PRE-OPERATION……………………………………………………………… 27
4.1 Unpacking…………………………………………………………………………. 27
4.2 Pre-operation………………………………………………………………………. 27
4.3 Installation procedure……………………………………………………………… 27
4.4 Connection diagrams………………………………………………………………. 27
4.5 Power source replacement…………………………………………………………. 31
4.6 Software setup……………………………………………………………………… 32
5 OPERATION PROCEDURE……………………………………………………………... 48
5.1 LCD indication of calculating machine channels data…………………………….. 50
5.2 Data scrolling in the manual mode………………………………………………… 51
5.3 Information messages……………………………………………………………… 60
5.4 Interface data exchange structure………………………………………………….. 64
6 METER VERIFICATION………………………………………………………………… 65
7 MAINTANENANCE…...………………………………………………………………….. 65
8 SERVICE…………………………………………………………………………………… 66
9 STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION………………………………………………….. 67
10 PACKAGE………………………………………………………………………………… 67
11 MARKING AND SEALING……………………………………………………………... 68
ANNEX A Accepted value limits of error……………………………………………………. 69
ANNEX B Overall dimensions………………………………………………………………... 85
ANNEX C Diagram of meter connection with power system………………………………… 86
ANNEX D Diagram of interface meter CE 304 with PC COM-port………………………….. 89
ANNEX E Data formats for exchange via interface………………………………………….. 93
ANNEX F Type and manner of pressing buttons LCD indication switch structure………….. 115
This operating manual (hereinafter - OM) covers description of three phase active and
reactive energy meter CE304 (hereinafter – Meter) arrangement, principle of operation, pre-
operation and other information essential for its proper usage.
It is also necessary to go by the technical passport ИНЕС.411152.064 TP (hereinafter -
TP) while studying the meter operation.
Only persons specially trained for working at voltage up to 1000 V and studied this
operating manual are allowed for the meter maintenance.

1. DEFINITIONS, DESIGNATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS.

1.1 This operating manual contains the following abbreviations:


AMR – automatic meter reading;
TS – technology software;
ADC – analogue-to-digital converter;
MC – microcontroller;
PM – power module;
BPS – back-up power source;
LCD – liquid-crystal display;
LI – light indicators of active and reactive energy;
Kb – keyboard;
OP – optical port;
TM (TM1…TM6) – pulse (digital) outputs;
PI (PI1…PI4) – pulse inputs;
RTC – real time clock;
FLASH – nonvolatile bulk storage device;
FRAM – nonvolatile RAM;
COM1, COM2 – interfaces 1, 2;
DAU – data-acquisition unit.

2 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

2.1 The meter meets GOST 22261-94 and GOST R 51350-99 safety requirements.
2.2 Electrical shock protection method complies with class II of GOST R 51350-99.
2.3 Insulation between all the current and voltage circuits and load control relay finish
elements connected together and the “earth” endures 1 minute 50Hz frequency 4kV AC voltage.
While testing, electric test output unit terminals, interface circuits, pulse inputs, back-up power
source input should be connected with the “earth” (the “earth” – conducting foil film, encasing
the meter and connected with the flat conductive surface, on which the meter base is mounted).
Insulation between current circuits connected together and voltage circuits connected
together; all the current and voltage circuits and load control relay finish elements connected
together; electric test output unit terminals; electric test output unit terminals and pulse inputs
endures 1 min. 50Hz frequency 4kV AC voltage.
2.4 Insulation between each current circuit and all the other meter circuits connected with
the “earth”; each voltage circuit and all the other meter circuits including voltage circuit common
leg connected with the “earth”; load control relay finish elements and all the other meter circuits
connected with the “earth”, endures 6kV pulse voltage influence.
Insulation between all the current and voltage circuits and load control outputs connected
together and “earth” endures 6kV pulse voltage influence. During the test the electric test output
unit terminals should be connected with the “earth”.
2.5 Insulation resistance between the meter case and circuits is not less than:
20MOhm – at Cl. 3.1.7;
7 MOhm – at ambient air temperature (40±2)˚C and relative humidity 93%
2.6 Meter installation and operation shall be carried out in accordance with the working
power system safety standards.
2.7 Do not put or hang any foreign objects on the meter, avoid strokes.

3 METER AND ITS OPERATION DESCRIPTION

3.1 Application
The meter is three-phase, multi-purpose, transformer or direct connection (depending on
modification) and designed for active and reactive electric energy, active, reactive and apparent
power, energy loss, voltage frequency, phase-angle, voltage and current RMS values in three-
phase four-wire AC circuits measurement and multi-rate metering organization. The kind of
energy and power measured is specified by the meter configuration.
The meter may be used in AMR system for data transmission to the electric energy
control, metering and distribution dispatch center. For establishing AMR systems interfaces
(pulse outputs, EIA232, EIA485) may be used.
Measurement results are drawn by the meter mother board microprocessor circuit
processing and calculating the voltage and current incomers. Mezzanine boards installation,
depending on the modification, allows extending the meter capabilities. The data acquired and
other information is displayed on the LCD.
The meter has an electronic register that accomplishes, depending on the current and
voltage transformation ratios set, metering of active, reactive electric energy, energy loss in one
or two directions (kWh, MWh, GWh, kVArh, MVArh, GVArh correspondingly).
The time of the variation in the register indication complies with GOST R 52322-2005
(GOST R 52323-2005), GOST R 52320-2005 and GOST 26035-83, IEC 62053-23:2003
requirements.
The meter provides, in the presence of the authorized access, setting all the energy
parameters to zero.
The meter, in the absence of external supply voltage and back-up power voltage supplied,
operates in the indication mode and provides data exchange with external acquisition and
transmission units via optical port (IrDA 1.0) and interfaces.
The technology software “Device administration” (hereinafter - DA) application allows
creating and modifying the programs for the appropriate meter configuration, programming,
diagnostic data reading, signal journaling and performing other tasks. PC connection with the
meter via optical port at the place of installation may be available through the sensing head.
The meter has the ability to register profiles with different time intervals for power
averaging and energy accumulation in the set interval (load profiles).

3.1.1 Meter functionality


- The meter allows measuring 12 energy (power) types per phase:
• active energy (power) in both directions (Ai, Ae);
• four quadrant (R1, R2, R3, R4) reactive energy (power);
• energy loss in both directions (Li, Le);
• physical unit-counting input meters values (11, 12,13, 14).
- The meter measures and rates energies (powers) via six calculation channels. Each
channel energy (power) type is specified by the channel configuration.
The calculation channel energy (power) is the sum of the energy quantity of all the energy
(power) types specified by the channel configuration.
Energy accumulation per tariff and in total (with progressive total, for a month, for a day),
maximum powers fixation, power overrun determination, load profile registration are
accomplished via all the six calculation channels.
The calculation channels possible configurations are given in Table 3.1
To avoid incorrect data generation, it is allowed to combine in calculation channels
only energies (powers) identical in type. Recommended combinations of calculated energies
(powers) in the channel are given in Table 3.2
Table 3.1
Calculation channel Measured and stored data
unidirectional meter bidirectional meter
Channel 1 Ai+Ae Ai
Channel 2 Any from Table 3.2 Ae
Channel 3 Any from Table 3.2
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6

Table 3.2
Active energy import Designation
Active energy export Ai
Active energy export Ae
Total active energy Ai+Ae
1 quadrant reactive energy R1
2 quadrant reactive energy R2
3 quadrant reactive energy R3
4 quadrant reactive energy R4
Reactive energy import R1+R2
Reactive energy export R3+R4
Inductive reactive energy R1+R3
Capacity reactive energy R2+R4
Reactive energy for active energy import R1+R4
Reactive energy for active energy export R2+R3
Total reactive energy R1+R2+R3+R4
Energy loss for active energy import Li
Energy loss for active energy export Le
Total energy loss Li+Le
Physical quantity of unit-counting input 1 I1
Physical quantity of unit-counting input 2 I2
Physical quantity of unit-counting input 3 I3
Physical quantity of unit-counting input 4 I4

Notes
1. Identical physical quantities values may be combined in one calculation channel;
2. Energies (powers) telemetric pulses connected with external electric energy
meters unit-counting inputs may be combined in one calculation channel or
added to identical in physics.

3.1.2 Meter modifications designation


Meter designation structure is given in Picture 3.1
CE 304 X XXX-XXXXXX
Extra modifications:
Y – Bidirectional
– Unidirectional
Н – Impulse inputs
– No impulse inputs
Q2 – control relay for alternating voltage
Interface devices:
А – EIA485
Е – EIA 232

Optical communication ports:


I – IrDА 1.0
J – Optical interface

Nominal, basic (maximum) current:


0 – 1(1.5) A Transformer connection
2 – 5(7.5) A Transformer connection
4 – 5(50) A Direct connection
8 – 10(100) A Direct connection

Nominal voltage:
0 – 57.7 V
3 – 220 V

Accuracy class per active/reactive electric energy:


4 – 0.2S/0.5
6 – 0.5S/1
8 – 1/2
9 – 2/2

Case type:
S3X – board mounting

Picture 3.1 – Meter designation structure


3.1.2.1 Basic modifications
Basic modifications are accuracy class, type of connection, maximum and nominal or
basic current relationship meter versions.
Accuracy class meter versions depending on nominal voltage, nominal, basic (maximum)
current with appropriate meter constant values are given in Table 3.3
Table 3.3
Meter designation Accuracy Nominal Nominal, Meter Point
class voltage, V basic constant position
(maximum) imp/kWh,
current, A imp/kVArh
CE 304 X 400-XXXXXX 0.2S/0.5 57.7 1 (1.5) 50000 000.0000
CE 304 X 402-XXXXXX 0.2S/0.5 57.7 5 (7.5) 10000 0000.000
CE 304 X 432-XXXXXX 0.2S/0.5 220 5 (7.5) 4000 0000.000
CE 304 X 600-XXXXXX 0.5S/1 57.7 1 (1.5) 50000 000.0000
CE 304 X 602-XXXXXX 0.5S/1 57.7 5 (7.5) 10000 0000.000
CE 304 X 632-XXXXXX 0.5S/1 220 5 (7.5) 4000 0000.000
CE 304 X 800-XXXXXX 1/2 57.7 1 (1.5) 50000 000.0000
CE 304 X 802-XXXXXX 1/2 57.7 5 (7.5) 10000 0000.000
CE 304 X 834-XXXXXX 1/2 220 5 (50) 800 00000.00
CE 304 X 838-XXXXXX 1/2 220 10 (100) 400 00000.00
CE 304 X 934-XXXXXX 2/2 220 5 (50) 800 00000.00
CE 304 X 938-XXXXXX 2/2 220 10 (100) 400 00000.00

3.1.2.2 Extra modifications


Extra modifications – bidirectional, unidirectional meter versions with pulse outputs and
load control relay , optical interface or IrDA 1.0, pulse input modules, one – basic (COM1) or
two – basic (COM 1) and extra (COM 2) interface module.
Meter versions depending on interfaces applied are given in Table 3.4.
Table 3.4
Meter designation Interface module
EIA485 EIA232
basic extra basic extra
COM1 COM 2 COM 1 COM 2
CE 304 X XXX-XAXXX + - - -
CE 304 X XXX-XAAXXX + + - -
CE 304 X XXX-XAEXXX + - - +
CE 304 X XXX-XEAXXX - + + -
CE 304 X XXX-XEXXX - - + -
CE 304 X XXX-XEEXXX - - + +

Note – “+” – with interface;


“-” – no interface.
3.1.2.3 Meter designation example
While making an order, the necessary meter modification is identified by the designation
structure given in Picture 3.1 and in accordance with Clauses 3.1.2.1, 3.1.2.2.
Meter designation example – meter for board mounting, active energy accuracy class
0.5S and reactive energy – 1, with 57.7 V nominal voltage, 1A nominal and 1.5 A maximum
current, with optical interface, interface modules EIA485/EIA232, with alternating voltage load
control relay, pulse inputs, unidirectional, is designated:
“Three-phase active and reactive electric energy meter CE 304 S31 600 – JAEQ2H”.
3.1.3 The meter is certified.
Information on meter certification is given in technical passport ИНЕС.411152.064 TP.
3.1.4 Normal application conditions:
- ambient temperature (23±2) ºC;
- relative humidity 30…80 %;
- atmospheric pressure 70…106.7 kPa (537 … 800 mm of mercury);
- measuring network frequency (50±0.5) Hz;
- measuring network current and voltage waveform - sinusoidal with non-sinusoidal
coefficient not more than 5%.
3.1.5 Operating application conditions
The meter is connected with three-phase ac network and installed indoors at the following
operating application conditions:
- operating temperature range -40 …60 ºC;
- ambient relative humidity – 70…106.7 kPa (537 … 800 mm of mercury);
- measuring network frequency (50±2.5) Hz;
- measuring network current and voltage waveform - sinusoidal with non-sinusoidal
coefficient not more than 8%.

3.2 Environmental conditions


3.2.1 By the resistance to the environment the meter pertains to Group 4 according to
GOST 22261-94 with extended temperature and humidity range that complies with category 3
modification T according to GOST 15150-69.
By the resistance to the mechanical influence the meter pertains to Group 2 according to
GOST 22261-94.
3.2.2 The meter is resistant to dust and water penetration. The degree of protection is
IP51 according to GOST 14254-96.
3.2.3 The meter is resistant to impacts.
Half-sine wave pulse - 18 ms, maximum acceleration – 30gn (300 m/s ²).
3.2.4 The meter is resistant to vibration (10…150) Hz.
3.2.5 Transition frequency f – 60 Hz, f < 60 Hz – constant movement amplitude 0.035
mm, f > 60 Hz – constant acceleration 9.8 m/s2.
3.2.6 The meter case endures (0.22±0.05) N•m force movement shock influence on the
case outside surface, including the window, and on the terminal cover.
3.2.7 By resistance to mold-fungi influence the meter buses and components designed for
operation in tropical zones comply with GOST 9.048-89 requirements.
Accepted fungoid growth – up to 3 points according to GOST 9.048-89.
3.2.8 The meter is immune to electrostatic discharge of up to 8 kV voltage.
3.2.9 The meter is immune to high-frequency electromagnetic fields. Frequency range –
80-2000 MHz, field voltage 10 V/m.
3.2.10 The meter is resistant to high-speed transient eruptions of up to 4kV voltage.
3.2.11 The meter does not generate conducted or radiated interference, that can influence
the other equipment operation.
By the radio-frequency interference suppression capability the meter meets GOST R
52320-2005 requirements.

3.3 The meter delivery set


3.3.1 The meter delivery set is given in Table 3.5.
Table 3.5
Documents indexing Nomination Quantity Application
and designation
According to Cl. 3.1.2 Three-phase active and 1 p.
reactive energy meter
CE304_____________
(one of the
modifications)
ИНЕС.411152.064OM Operating manual 1 c.
ИНЕС.411152.064TP Technical passport 1 c.
ИНЕС.411152.064D1* Verification technique 1 c.
ИНЕС.411152.064MR** Midlife repair manual 1 c.
Technological 1 CD
software***

Notes
* - supplied on verification body request;
** - supplied on repair organizations request.
*** - TSW “Device administration” for meter scanning and programming can be found on the
Web site http://www.energomera.ru.
For data exchange via optical interface the sensing head compliant with GOST R IEC 61107-
2001 (optical head) is used.
For data exchange via IrDA 1.0 any device supporting protocol IrDA 1.0 (HHC, notebook, PC,
etc.) is used.
3.4 Specifications
3.4.1 By active energy measurement the meters meet GOST R 52320-2005, GOST R
52322-2005 (for class 1 and 2), GOST R 52323-2005 (for class 0.2 and 0.5 S), and by reactive
energy measurement – GOST 26035-83, IEC 62053-23:2003.
3.4.2 To be guaranteed are considered the specifications that are given with accesses and
value limits. Value items without accesses are referential.
The basic specifications are given in Table 3.6.
Accepted value limits of measured value errors are given in Annex A.
Table 3.6
Characteristic nomination Characteristic item Note
Nominal (maximum) current 1 (1.5); 5 (7.5) A Depending on modification
Basic (maximum) current 5 (50); 10 (100) A
Nominal phase voltage 57.7; 220 V
Nominal network frequency 50±2.5 Hz
Measuring network current and 8
voltage nonsinusoidality ratio, %,
not more
Threshold sensitivity direct transformer Active/reactive energy
connection connection
- 0.001 Inom 0.2S; 0.5S/0.5
0.004Ib 0.002 Inom 1/1
0.005Ib 0.003 Inom 2/2
LCD decimal digits quantity From Table 3.3
Apparent power consumed in each 0.1 V•A At nominal (basic) current
current circuit, not more than
Apparent (active) power consumed
in each voltage circuit, not more At nominal voltages
than 4.0 V•A (2.0 W) 57.7 V
8.0 V•A (2.0 W) 220 V
Clock rate basic absolute accuracy ±0.5 s/day
limit
Clock rate complementary error at ±1 s/day
standard temperature and power-off
Clock rate manual adjustment once ±30 s Once a day
a day
Temperature complementary time ±0.15 s/ºC·day -10 …45 ºC
error limit ±0.2 s/ºC·day -40 …60 ºC
Data storage time at power-off 10 years
Tariff quantity up to 4
Tariff zones quantity up to 15
Season quantity up to 12
Exceptional days quantity up to 32
Tariffication graphs quantity up to 36
Storage period of metering channels up to 13 months
data accumulated during a month
per tariff
Storage period of metering channels up to 46 days Individual averaging time
data accumulated during a day per for each profile
tariff
Load profile quantity up to 16
Each profile period of storage, days, 330 At averaging time
not less than 30 min
Load control relay quantity up to 2
Dc back-up power source voltage 9-15 V Load-carrying capacity, not
less than 500 mA
Electric pulse outputs nominal 10 (24) V Dc voltage
(accepted), not more than
Electric pulse outputs nominal 10 (30) mA Dc voltage
(accepted value) current, not more
than
Nominal (accepted) commuted 220 V (265 V) Ac voltage
voltage at load control relay
terminals, not more than
Nominal (accepted) commuted 1A Ac voltage
current at load control relay
terminals, not more than
Output pulse width 1-127 ms or meander Set while programming
Input pulse width (minimum), ms 1-255
Each pulse inputs register 99999999 pulses
maximum capacity
Exchange rate via interface 300-115200 baud
Exchange rate via optical port 300-57600 baud
Time of power averaging (the 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 10; 12; 15; 20;
averaging period is chosen by the 30; 60 min
customer from the range)
The time of updating all the meter 1s
readings
The time of any meter parameter 0.06 – 1000 s (at the rate of Depends on parameter type
reading via interface or optical port 9600 baud)

Initial launch, not more 5s From the moment of


voltage supply
The meter weight, not more 2.0 kg
Dimensions
(length; width; height), not more 278; 173; 90 mm
Mean time to failure 120000 h
Average service life 30 years
Unauthorized access protection The meter password
Hardware lock-up

3.5 The meter arrangement and operation

3.5.1 The meter arrangement


The meter arrangement complies with GOST R 52320-2005 and manufacturer outlines.
The meter is produced in plastic case.
The meter general arrangement are given in Picture 3.2
The meter overall dimensions are given in Table 3.6 and in Annex B.
The meter case comprises upper and lower perimeter conjugated components, transparent
window and removable terminal cover.
The meter front panel comprises:
• LCD;
• two light indicators active and reactive energy quantity;
• optical port elements;
• lithium battery and AMP button (under the extra cover);
• SHOT and SCROLL buttons;
• caption panel, according to Section 11 of this OM.
To obtain the access to the AMP button (programming allowance) it is necessary to
remove the sealing put by the power supply organization that installed the meter and to open the
extra cover.
Contacts for meter connection with the network, back-up power source, interface lines,
pulse inputs and outputs are hidden by the plastic cover (Fig. 3.2).
Illustration of the terminal cover under the plastic cover depending on the meter
modification is given in Figures 3.3 (for direct connection meters) and 3.4 (for transformer
connection meters).
Arranged in the case:
• the meter printed-circuit board (the basic one);
• power module;
• pulse outputs module;
• pulse inputs modules (if available, depending on modification);
• one or two interface modules (depending on modification);
• three measuring current transformers.
1 7 6

10

5
2 ДСТП
3

8 4

10

10

1 - LCD;
2 – light indicator of reactive energy quantity;
3 - light indicator of active energy quantity;
4 – optical port elements (IrDA 1.0);
5 – lithium battery and AMP (under the extra cover);
6 – SHOT button;
7 – SCROLL button;
8 - caption panel;
9 – terminal cover;
10 – points of sealing.

Figure 3.2
Figure 3.3

Figure 3.4
3.5.2 The principle of operation
The principle of operation is illustrated by the structural diagram given in Figure 3.5.

+URES

-URES FLASH
UA Up
UB
PM MC LCD
UC

Kb

OP
IA
IA0
ADC FRAM+
IB RTC
IB0
IC PI
IC0

СОМ
1
TM
СОМ
2
LI

Figure 3.5 – Structural diagram

3.5.2.1 The basic printed-circuit board


AC line currents and voltages are measured by special current sensors (transformers) and
resistance dividers accordingly. Value conversions are accomplished by using six-channel
analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that fulfils analog-to-digit conversion of input signals
instantaneous amplitude and transmission via serial synchronous interface to MC. ADC digital
code values come into serial synchronous microcontroller (MC) port. MC accomplishes
calculation of currents and voltages, active, reactive, apparent powers and energies, and also
displacement angle and voltage signal basic frequency meansquare values. MC makes
connection between all the peripheral units.
The basic electronic meter elements are installed on the same printed-circuit board:
• resistance dividers;
• load resistors for three current sensors;
• ADC;
• MC;
• clearing circuit;
• memory FRAM with real time clock (RTC);
• memory FLASH;
• optical port elements (OP);
• liquid-crystal display (LCD).

3.5.2.2 Power module


To supply the meter with power pulse reverse converter, converting rectified input
voltages into the voltage necessary for supplying all the meter blocks and modules with power, is
used. To supply the meter with power from the back-up power source (BPS) low-voltage reverse
converter to which the back-up power voltage (9…15 V) may be supplied. In the input voltages
UA, UB, UC absence the meter automatically switches to the BPS operation (if the back-up power
is supplied). In the input voltages UA, UB, UC presence the BPS automatically switches off.
The BPS input circuits are galvanic isolated from the other circuits and endure 4 kV
breakdown meansquare voltage.

3.5.2.3 Voltage transducers


To match phase voltages with ADC input amplitude levels the resistance dividers are
used.
Phase (phase-to-phase) voltages are supplied from PM via the upper divider arm resistors
to the basic printed-circuit board, where the lower divider arm resistors are installed and led up
to the input signal level required for ADC. Metal-film resistors with minimum temperature
coefficient are used in the dividers.

3.5.2.4 Current transducers


Electronic circuit diagram receives each phase current via meter-mounted current
transformers. Transformer secondary sides are load resistance connected, as a result the voltages
proportional to input currents are supplied to ADC inputs.

3.5.2.5 Signal conversion and computation


ADC measures the instantaneous values proportional to phase voltages and currents via
six channels parallel, converts them into the digital code and transmits them via the high-speed
serial data link to the MC calculating machine.
By sampling voltage and current instantaneous values the MC calculating machine
calculates mean values for the period of measuring the required values considering the
calibration factor according to the following formulas:
For voltage and current RMS values per phase calculation the following formula is used
N

∑U i
2

U F = КU ⋅ i =1
, (3.1)
N
N

∑I i
2

I F = КI ⋅ i =1
3.2)
N
where KU, KI – given phase calibration factors (are entered while calibration);
N – data selections quantity during the time of measuring;
Ui, Ii – voltage and current data selection instantaneous value
Each phase active power is calculated by the formula
N

∑U ⋅ I i i
РF = КU ⋅ КI ⋅ i =1
, (3.3)
N
Three-phase network active power:
PΣ = PPA + PPB + PPC, (3.4)
where PPA, PPB, PPC – each phase active power.
Three-phase network each phase active power is calculated by the formula
S P = I P ⋅U P , (3.5)
where UP, IP – voltage and current RMS values in a corresponding phase.
Three-phase network apparent power:
SΣ = SPA + SPB + SPC, (3.6)
where SPA, SPB, SPC – each phase apparent power.
Each phase reactive power is calculated by the formula
QP = S P2 − РP2 , (3.7)
where SP, PP – apparent and active power in a corresponding phase.
Three-phase network reactive power:
QΣ = QPA + QPB + QPC, (3.8)
where QPA, QPB, QPC – each phase reactive power.
Each phase power loss in current circuits is calculated by the formula
A = RPA · I2PA + RPB · I2PB + RPC · I2PC (3.9)
where IPA, IPB, IPC – each phase current RMS values;
RPA, RPB, RPC – each phase transmission line active resistance.
Note – if RPA, RPB, RPC = 1 Ohm power loss is equal to the specific power loss. While the
meter verification R reaches the state of 1 Ohm equality (specific energy loss is verified).
Active power factors are calculated by the formula
PPA PPB PPC PΣ
cosϕ A = , cosϕ B = , cosϕC = , cosϕ = , (3.10)
S PA S PB S PC SΣ
where PPA, PPB, PPC, - each phase active power calculated by the formula (3.6), W;
SPA, SPB, SPC – each phase apparent power calculated by the formula (3.8), V•A
PΣ, SΣ- summarized active and apparent power correspondingly;
Reactive power factors are calculated by the formula
QPA QPB QPC QΣ
sinϕ A = , sinϕ B = , sinϕC = , sinϕ = , (3.11)
S PA S PB SPC SΣ
where QPA, QPB, QPC, - each phase reactive power calculated by the formula (3.10), VAr.
QΣ- summarized reactive power.
By active and reactive power factors the quadrant number is calculated.
Energy quadrant distribution is given in Figure 3.6.

Figure 3.6 – Active and reactive energy (power) quadrant distribution diagram

For each of the calculating machine six channels, configured for certain energy types
computation, per-phase values, integrated in the period of 1 sec., are calculated:
- of active energy (power) import, Ai, if the phase apparent power phasor is in the I or IV
quadrants;
- of active energy (power) export, Ae, if the phase apparent power phasor is in the II or
III quadrants;
- of reactive energy (power), R1 (R2, R3, R4), if the phase apparent power phasor is in
the I (II, III, IV) quadrants correspondingly;
- of import (export) active energy (power) loss, Li (Le), if the phase apparent power
phasor is in the I or IV (II or III) quadrants correspondingly.
On the basis of the calculating machine channels calculated energies MC transmits
energy consumption signals to the pulse outputs (in case they are configured as telemetry
outputs), which may be connected with AMR system.

3.5.2.6 FRAM memory


All the data necessary for multi-rate calculation results safety provision is stored in the
nonvolatile memory FRAM on the basic printed-circuit board. The data comprises:
• calibration factors;
• configuration parameters;
• tariffication parameters;
• six metering channels (metering per tariff and in total) storage units;
• six metering channels (metering per tariff and in total) storage units values for the
current and 12 previous months;
• six metering channels (metering per tariff and in total) storage units values for the
current and 45 previous days;
• six metering channels (metering per tariff) maximum power in the set averaging
time period for the current and 12 previous months;
• load profile current averaging time active records;
• logs designed for 40 records each with the event date and time fixation:
o of changeable parameters programming;
o network parameters out-of-tolerance;
o self-diagnosis negative results.
3.5.2 FLASH memory
Bulk nonvolatile memory FLASH is designed for load profiles data storage by six
metering channels with different averaging times.
3.5.2.8 The meter interfaces
The meter provides data exchange with external data processing units depending on
modification via optical port and two interfaces in accordance with GOST R IEC or IrDA 1.0.
Data exchange via optical port and (or IrDA 1.0) and the second interface COM2
(additional interface module) simultaneously is impossible.
All the interfaces contacts are galvanic isolated from the other circuits and endure 4 kV
breakdown meansquare voltage.
The optical port is designed in compliance with GOST R IEC 61107-2001. OP is
designed for the local meter connection via optical head, connected to the PC COM port.
The meter modifications with interface module EIA232 may be connected directly to the
PC COM port.
The meter modifications with interface module EIA485 allow connecting not less than 31
devices (meters) with one bus.

3.5.2.9 Pulse outputs


The meter has six electrical pulse outputs (TM1…TM6) designed for the current tariff
indication, devices (the other meters) tariff switch, the exceedance of maximum indication,
remote control, etc.
Four outputs are realized on the transistors with open collector and designed for dc
voltage commutation. Nominal power voltage (10±2) V, maximum accepted 24 V. Commutated
nominal current value is equal to (10±1) mA, maximum accepted 30 mA. All the four outputs
may be used as a basic transmission output unit with parameters compliant with GOST R 52320-
2005, GOST R 52322-2005 (GOST R 52323-2005).
Two outputs are realized on bidirectional thyristors and designed for dc voltage
commutation. Nominal power voltage 220 V, maximum accepted 265 V. Commutated nominal
current value is not more than 1 A. Both outputs may be used as load control relays.
All the pulse outputs are galvanic isolated from the other circuits and endure 4 kV
breakdown meansquare voltage.

3.5.2.10 Pulse inputs


The meter has four electrical pulse inputs (PI). Each IP is designed for progressive total
calculation of pulse quantity received from the external devices with electrical test outputs in
compliance with GOST R 52322-2005 (GOST R 52323-2005); for metering the energy received
from the external measuring units to identify different mechanical sensors condition.
Pulse inputs module has internal power source, isolated from the other meter circuits,
with output voltage (5.0±0.5) V. Each pulse input current is bounded by 1.5 kOhm resistors.
All the pulse inputs are galvanic isolated from the other circuits and endure 4 kV
breakdown meansquare voltage.

3.5.2.11 Liquid-crystal display


LCD is used for indication of the measured and accumulated values, additional
parameters and messages. To make scrolling easy all the indicated data is divided into the
separate groups. Each group can comprise different parameters quantity.
Scrolling is accomplished by the customer with the keyboard (Kb).
Displayed on LCD data is given in Figure 3.7
TARIFF
PHASE
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
 ERR Ÿ
8
MONTH
ABC
88:88 88 • АР
TOTAL LIMIT
DAY

88888888
cos ϕ % Hz
• • • • • • • • МG k/VAr2•h
Figure 3.7
3.5.2.12 Light indicators
The meter has two light indicators (LI) that operate with the basic transmission unit
frequency. The left light indicator displays active energy, the right one – reactive energy. Light
indicators may be used for verification.

4 THE METER PREOPERATION

4.1 Unpacking
4.1.1 Visual examination should be carried out after unpacking to make sure that the
sealing is in place and there is no mechanical damage.

4.2 Preoperation
4.2.1 The meters produced by the manufacturer have factory settings in compliance with
the programmable parameters list given in TP.
Before mounting change the factory settings to the required in case it is necessary. It is
sufficient to supply one of the phases with nominal voltage. The meter reprogramming may be
accomplished via the interfaces and OP with the TSW that can be found on the Web site (Cl.
3.3.1)

4.3 Installation procedure


4.3.1 Set the reprogrammable parameters in compliance with Cl. 4.2 and 4.6 of this OM.
4.3.2 The meter should be connected to three phase AC network with the nominal
voltage, indicated on the meter panel. Terminal cover should be removed and conducting wires
should be connected according to the connection diagram, indicated on the meter cover. If the
meter is to be connected to the AMR system, signal wires should be connected to the telemetric
or interface outputs in compliance with the connection diagrams.

4.4 Connection diagrams


4.4.1 Designation of terminal block contacts for pulse outputs, inputs, back-up power
source connection is given in Figure 4.1

Figure 4.1
1 – TM1…TM4 (contacts 12…19) pulse outputs connection;
2 – pulse inputs (contacts 20…25) and back-up power (contacts 6, 27) connection;
3 – TM5, TM6 (contacts 32…35) pulse outputs (load control relay) connection;
4 – interfaces (contacts 1…6) connection.

4.4.2 TM1…TM4 pulse outputs connection


To provide pulse outputs operation it is necessary to supply dc voltage according to the
diagram given in Figure 4.2.

СЕ304 "12" TM1


R + 8…24
"14" - V
TM2
"13" + 8…24
R
"15"
- V
TM3
"16" + 8…24
R
"18" - V
TM4
"17" + 8…24
"19" R
- V

Figure 4.2 – Pulse outputs connection diagram


Resistance value R in pulse output load circuit is calculated by the formula:
R = (U − 2.0 ) / 0.01
where U – output supply voltage, V.

4.4.3 TM5, TM6 pulse outputs connection


Load connection diagram is given in Figure 4.3. Commutation current shall be not more
than 1 A. AC voltage 220 V.
RL
TM5
СЕ304 "32"
∼ 242 V
"34"
"33" TM6 RL
∼ 242 V
"35"

Figure 4.3 – Load connection diagram

4.4.4 Pulse inputs connection


Pulse inputs connection diagram is given in Figure 4.4.
Circuit closing connection contacts shall endure 5V voltage, dc 10mA. Contact resistance
in “closed” condition shall be not more than 100 Ohm.
СЕ304
+ "20"
PI 1
- "22"
+
PI 2
- "23"
+ "21"
PI 3
-
+ "24"
PI 4
- "25"

Figure 4.4 – Pulse inputs connection diagram

4.4.5 Back-up power source connection


Back-up power source (BPS) connection shall have output voltage 9…15 V, output
capacity not less than 500mA. BPS connection diagram is given in Figure 4.5.

СЕ304 BPS
"26" +
"27" -

Figure 4.5 – Diagram of meter connection with back-up power source

4.4.6 EIA485 interface connection


EIA485 interface meter is connected in compliance with EIA485 standard and connection
diagram given in Figure 4.6.
In case earth potentials in places of the meter and DAU (data acquisition unit) mounting
are equal, it is sufficient to connect the meter contact 5 to the zero potential point, otherwise
drainage cable line should be connected to the contact 5 of each meter through C2-33H-1-100
Ohm resistor or identical one in accordance with Diagram 4.6.
In case the interconnection line length does not exceed some meters and there are no
interference sources, the connection diagram may be essentially simplified by connecting the
meter to the DAU or PC with only two signal cables A and B without terminal resistors.
A

Rb Rb
RT B
RT

Rd 100 Ohm 100 Ohm


100 Ohm Rd
100 Ohm 100 Ohm
100 Ohm

3 4 6 1 5 3 4 5 Vcc B A GND
"СОМ1"("СОМ2") "СОМ1" ("СОМ2")
СЕ304 CE 304 DAU

Rb – 560 Ohm, bias resistors are installed in the meter. To connect them it is necessary to
connect several meters contacts 4 – 6 and 3 – 1 “COM1” (“COM2”) depending on the line
interference level on the line.
RT – 120 Ohm, terminal resistor with the rating equal to cable wave impedance.
Figure 4.6 – EIA485 interface lines connection diagram
In EIA485 interface meters not connected to the interface line error messages may appear
on LCD. To avoid their appearance it is necessary to connect the meter in accordance with the
diagram given in Figure 4.7.
СЕ304
"СОМ1" ("СОМ2")
4 3 6 1

Figure 4.7 – Bias resistor connection diagram

4.4.7 – EIA232 interface connection


EIA232 interface meter is connected in accordance with EIA232 standard and connection
diagram given in Figure 4.8.

4 RxD
СЕ304 DAU
"СОМ1" 3 TxD
("СОМ2") 2 RING
5 GND

Figure 4.8 – EIA232 interface lines connection diagram

4.4.8 Recommendations on interface circuits connection to PC directly or via external modems


are given in Annex D.

4.5 Power source replacement


4.5.1 Remove the meter programming access cover sealing (Figure 3.2).
4.5.2 Remove the power source holder.
4.5.3 Remove the power source broken-down and install a new BR2032 or analogous.
4.5.4 Connect the power source holder plug to the meter and put it in its place.
Note – To avoid clock inaccuracy while the power source replacement, the activities
mentioned above should be completed with the meter in operation.

4.6 The meter configuration


The meter programming and reading is accomplished with AMR system or PC (with the
TSW “Administration program“ installed) via one of the interfaces by using a corresponding
adaptor or via the optical port by using the optical head in accordance with GOST R IEC 61107-
2001 or IrDA 1.0. Data formats for the interface exchange are given in Annex E.
While the meter programming, the date, time, access passport and parameters list are
fixed in the programmable parameters log. Additionally, in some parameter group recorders the
date, time, access password and the given group programming quantity are fixed.
In the identification message line the meter outputs:
• manufacturer identification code – EKT
• product identification code CE304vX,
where X – meter data set version.
The meter programmable parameters typical configuration:
• calculating machine channels – depending on type (CL 4.6.1);
• external current and voltage transformers transformation ratios – 1;
• phase wires resistance – 1 Ohm;
• calculating machine channels power averaging time period – 30min;
• calculating machine channels power averaged limits – 0 (are not set);
• voltage fluctuation upper (lower) boundaries – 120 (80) % of UNOM;
• time-of-day pulse output control switches – 0 (are not set);
• pulse outputs 1, 2,3, 4 - calculating machine channels 1, 2, 3, 4 energy telemetry
meander;
• pulse outputs 5, 6 – direct control, “dead” condition;
• pulse inputs – switched off;
• pulse inputs constants – 1;
• pulse inputs transformation ratios -1;
• rate scale – not set;
• profile configurations – not set;
• time – Moscow;
• summer (winter) time switch months – March, (October);
• access password #1 -777777;
• other passwords – not set;
• the meter address-identification code – not set;
• initial interface exchange rate – 300 bauds;
• operating interface exchange rate – 9600 bauds;
• interface activity time – 4s;
• response delay time – 200 ms;
• programming authorization – with the “ACCESS” button;
• accumulated energy reset with buttons – unauthorized;
• consequent same name parameters outputting into interface without a name –
allowed;
• indication automatic return – allowed.
The full list of programmed parameters and their values is given in TP.

4.6.1 Calculating machine channels configuration (KANzz)


The meter allows programming six calculation channels for different energy (power)
types calculation:
• both directions (Ai, Ae) active energy (power);
• four quadrants (R1, R2, R3, R4) reactive energy (power);
• both directions energy (power) loss (Li, Le);
• external measuring element unit-counting input physical quantity values (11, 12,
13, 14).
Energy (power) proportional to telemetry pulses of the external electricity meters
connected to unit-counting inputs may be grouped in one calculation channel with meter own
measurements.
ATTENTION! To avoid incorrect data formation only identical in energy (power) type
are allowed to be grouped in the calculation channels.
ATTENTION! To avoid incorrect indication of previously metered energies and powers,
after calculation channels reprogramming it is necessary to reset accumulated energies and load
profiles.
For unidirectional meter:
The first calculating machine channel is always programmed for total active energy
calculation (Ai + Ae). Consequently, energy will be metered via this channel independently of
energy flux direction.
For bidirectional meter:
The first calculating machine channel is always programmed for imported active energy
calculation (Ai). Consequently, phase energy with positive active power (P+, quadrant I or IV)
will be metered via this channel.
The second calculating machine channel is always programmed for exported active
energy calculation (Ae). Consequently, phase energy with negative active power (P-, quadrant II
or III) will be metered via this channel.
Other five or four calculating machine channels may be programmed for various energy
(power) types calculation to meet Customer’s requirements.
Example:
- total active energy metering (for bidirectional meter);
- imported reactive energy metering;
- exported reactive energy metering;
- total energy loss metering,
or
- imported reactive energy metering;
- exported reactive energy metering;
- energy loss metering for imported active energy;
- energy loss metering for exported active energy.
For active energy (power) import metering and control accomplished by the enterprise that
has some lead-in feeders (three), it is necessary to install CE304 meter with pulse input module
into one feeder. Simple active energy meters shall be installed into other feeders (two) and their
main transmitting unit outputs shall be connected to pulse inputs (PI1, PI2). Pulse inputs shall be
programmed in accordance with connected external meter parameters (constants and
transformation ratios). Calculating machine channel #4 shall be programmed for imported active
energy and unit-counting input energies (Ai+11+12) calculation.
Typical configuration of calculating machine channels is given in Table 4.1
Table 4.1
Calculation channel Measured and stored values of
unidirectional meter bidirectional meter
Channel 1 Ai+Ae always Ai always
Channel 2 R1 Ae always
Channel 3 R4 R1+R2
Channel 4 Li+Le R3+R4
Channel 5 Ai Li
Channel 6 R1+R2+R3+R4 Le

4.6.2 Calculation results reduction to input end (FCCUR, FCVOL)


The meter can accomplish input end calculation considering measuring current and voltage
transformers transformation ratios. Calculated energy and power values and also network quality
parameters are automatically multiplied by voltage transformer transformation ratio (Rv) and
current transformer transformation ratio (Rc) in metering point. In this case measured values
displayed on LCD and transmitted via digital interfaces indicate measuring transformers input
end values.
The meter operation light indicators (LI) and pulse outputs in telemetry mode indicate
energy without considering Rv and Rc.
For the meter direct connection or obtaining the output end (meter terminals) measurement
results, it is necessary to set transformation ratios Rv=1, and Rc=1.

4.6.3 Electric main phase wires resistance (RESzz)


The meter can accomplish calculation energy (power) loss in electric main wires for each
phase. To do this, it is necessary to set each controlled line segment phase wire resistance.
Calculation of active power loss in wires is accomplished by the formula P=I2•R.

4.6.4 Power averaging time interval (TAVER)


Calculating machine channel power averaging time interval for commercial metering may
be set in the range of 1…60 min. interval duration is chosen from the range: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10,
12, 15, 20, 30, 60 minutes.
Each calculating machine channel power, averaged in a set interval, is used:
• For each tariff maximum power finding and fixation during a month;
• For set power limit exceedence finding per tariff.

4.6.5 Averaged power limits (LIMzz)


For each calculating machine channel and each tariff their own limit of power averaged in
a set interval may be set. Average power limit value is set in kW (kVAr) considering
transformation ratios Rv and Rc used (reduction to input end). For average power limit value
equal to zero, power limit exceedence verification is not taken.

4.6.6 Phase voltage fluctuation boundaries (LEVUP, LEVDN)


For event fixation in fluctuation log and signal formation at pulse output in case of
measured voltage value limit exceedence, upper and lower boundaries of accepted fluctuation are
set in percents of nominal voltage. Value range 0…130%.
Phase voltage failure finding boundary is fixed and comprises 5% of nominal voltage.
4.6.7 Time-of-day pulse output control switches (TMTzz)
The meter has four independent time-of-day pulse output switches. Any available rate
scale is fixed for each switch. Pulse output will be in “dead” mode during tariff #1 operation
time of day and in “closed” mode during tariff #2 operation time of day. Any other scale tariff
doesn’t cause pulse output mode switch.

4.6.8 Pulse outputs configuration (TELzz)


The meter allows programming of up to eight pulse outputs – (TM1…TM8) for various
verification or control signals formation. Each pulse output is set individually and allows
commuting circuits of external devices with electrical pulse output set module characteristics.
Each pulse output may be set for performing the following functions:
• calculating machine channel test output unit (telemetry);
• set calculating machine channel power threshold exceedence response;
• set time of day response;
• current tariff response;
• phase voltage response;
• direct control by a command via interface;
• the basic quartz-crystal resonator test.
The list of functions (events) for pulse output is given in Table 4.2
Table 4.2
Number Event description
0 The basic quartz-crystal resonator test
1 1 calculating machine channel energy telemetry
2 2 calculating machine channel energy telemetry
3 3 calculating machine channel energy telemetry
4 4 calculating machine channel energy telemetry
5 5 calculating machine channel energy telemetry
6 6 calculating machine channel energy telemetry
7 One of the phases is switched off
8 Voltage of any phase is less than the set low level
9 Voltage of any phase is more than the set upper level
10 1 calculating machine channel power limit is exceeded
11 2 calculating machine channel power limit is exceeded
12 3 calculating machine channel power limit is exceeded
13 4 calculating machine channel power limit is exceeded
14 5 calculating machine channel power limit is exceeded
15 6 calculating machine channel power limit is exceeded
16 Time tariff #1 is active
17 Time tariff #2 is active
18 Time tariff #3 is active
19 Time tariff #4 is active
20 Time of day control according to switch #1
21 Time of day control according to switch #2
22 Time of day control according to switch #3
23 Time of day control according to switch #4
24…31 Reserve
32 Direct control

4.6.8.1 Calculating machine channel test output unit (telemetry)


In this mode pulses appear at the output with the frequency proportional to a set
calculating machine channel energy quantity without considering transformation ratios of
current, voltage, pulse input transformers in the metering point. The meter constant – pulse
quantity for kW•h (kVAr•), is determined by meter modification according to Table 3.3.
For pulse output operation in telemetry mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (calculating machine channel choice);
• set the required telemetry pulse duration from 1 to 127 ms or meander;
• set the telemetry pulse active level “dead” or “closed”.
• Pulse output in telemetry mode is usually used for meter verification.
4.6.8.2 Set calculating machine channel power threshold exceedence response
While performing this function, calculation of assessed mean power of calculating
machine channel is used. Assessed mean power is the power averaged from the beginning of the
averaging interval up to the current time. It informs about the energy flux tendency in a set
interval and serves for indication of the set power level (limit) exceedence in a set averaging
interval.
Assessed power limit exceedence verification for the current tariff is accomplished every
minute of the averaging interval.
In this mode pulse output will be in “dead” condition during the first minute of the
averaging interval. Every next minute pulse output switches to the mode:
• “closed” – at developing assessed power of power limit;
• “dead” – at assessed power value below power limit.
The function is used for the power limit exceedence indication or as a load control relay.
For pulse output operation in this mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (calculating machine channel choice);
• set the calculating machine channel power limit for tariffs controlled.

4.6.8.3 Set time of day response


While performing this function rate scale is used. The meter has four independent time-
of-day pulse output switches. Any rate scale is fixed for each switch. Pulse output will be in
“dead” mode during time of day when tariff #1 is active and in “closed’ mode during time of day
when tariff #2 is active. Any other scale tariff doesn’t cause pulse output switch.
The function is used for control instruction issue in a set time of day.
For pulse output operation in this mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (switch choice);
• schedule tariff #1 and tariff #2 day switch;
• set the number of rate scale for the switch chosen (TMTzz).

4.6.8.4 Current tariff response


Each pulse output may be fixed for any of four tariffs operation time indication. Pulse
output will be in “closed” mode during the fixed tariff operation and in “dead” mode during the
rest of the day. The function is used for tariffication instruction issue to the external nontariff
devices.
For pulse output operation in this mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (tariff choice).

4.6.8.5 Phase voltage response


Each pulse output may be fixed for one of the phase voltage modes indication:
• any phase voltage is absent;
• any phase voltage is less than a set low level;
• any phase voltage is more than a set upper level.
Phase mode information refreshment is accomplished once a second.
The function is used for “bad” quality network indication.
For pulse output operation in this mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (controlled mode choice).

4.6.8.6 Direct control by a command via interface


Each pulse output may be fixed for indication of the mode set via interface.
The function is used for remote external devices control.
For pulse output operation in this mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (control choice);
• set the required output mode (TMDIR).

4.6.8.7 The basic quartz-crystal resonator test.


Each pulse output may be fixed for issue of meander with a period of 10 sec. proportional
to the basic quartz-crystal resonator frequency.
The function is used for verification and calibration of the basic quartz frequency –
technological parameter.
For pulse output operation in this mode it is necessary to:
• set the number from the list of functions (test choice).

4.6.9 Pulse inputs configuration (INMzz, INCzz, INSzz)


The meter allows programming four pulse inputs (PI1…PI4) for external sensors pulses
calculation with their successive conversion into named units. Those sensors can be represented
by particularly electricity meters, utility meters with pulse outputs. Also pulse input may be used
for events quantity calculation and receiving information on connected mechanical burglar and
fire alarm sensors condition.
Pulse quantity metering mode is set individually for each input:
• no metering;
• by “closed” to “dead” state transition – leading edge;
• by “dead” to “closed” state transition – trailing edge;
• by both edges.
To avoid metering afterpulses, caused by short spurious signals at pulse input connection
diagrams, input filter constant is set in the range of 1…255 ms. Pulses with the length less than
filter constant will be “hidden” for the meter.
For the named physical quantities calculation by the unit-counting inputs the external
meter constant is entered. That meter transmits pulses proportional to measured value to the
basic transmission unit as pulse quantity per kW•h (kVAr•h, m3). To reduce energies (powers),
designed for electricity meters, to input end, power transformation ratio is set – external meter
voltage and current transformers transformation ratios generation.
Named values calculation is accomplished only for pulse inputs included in calculating
machine channel.
Quantity of pulses metered per each input may be reset only while accumulated energies
resetting.
For pulse input configuration it is necessary to know:
• pulse metering mode;
• afterpulse length;
• inverting input constant (for named values);
• generalized transformation ratio (for named values).

4.6.10 Multirate mode configuration


The meter accumulates calculating channels energies:
• under four tariffs;
• under additional tariff, in case it is impossible to define the current tariff (real time
clock inaccuracy or rate scale is not set);
• under all the tariffs in total (unrated metering).
The meter averages calculating machine channel powers in a set time interval and fixes
month power maximum value:
• under four tariffs;
• under additional tariff.
For multirate metering organization it is necessary to set:
• day rate scales list;
• day of week season structures and season beginning dates;
• exceptional days (days when tariffication is different) list.

4.6.10.1 Day rate scales list (GRFzz)


It is possible to set up to 15 current tariff switch time within a day period. The switch
time –rating period beginning is set with accuracy to 1 min. During one time of the day only one
tariff can be active. Certain tariff is active during the set time till switch time period. In case the
basic switch time is defined not from the day beginning the tariff defined for the latest time of
day is active.
The example of rate schedule is given in Table 4.3 and in Figure 4.9
Table 4.3
Time of tariff activity Current tariff Time of tariff activity during a day
beginning
04:30 II I tariff 09:00…11:00
07:30 III 13:30…16:00
09:00 I II tariff 04:00…07:30
11:00 III 18:00…20:30
13:30 I III tariff 07:30…09:00
16:00 III 11:00…13:00
18:00 II 16:00…18:00
20:30 IV IV tariff 00:00…04:30
20:30…24:00

4:30 7:30 9:00 11:00 13:30 16:00 18:00 20:30

IV II III I III I III II IV

00:00 12:00 24:00

Figure 4.9
To set one tariff for the whole day it’s sufficient to specify any time of day.
The meter allows setting of up to 36 different day rate scales (rate scale list).

4.6.10.2 Season structure (SEASON)


The season determines fixed tariffication for the time period from a day to a calendar
year. The time of season activity is defined from the specified date of season beginning till the
beginning of the next season in a calendar year. In case the season with the date of calendar year
beginning is absent in the list of seasons the last set season is active from the beginning of the
year. Within the time period during which the season is active the tariffication per weekday
remains unchanged. Certain rate scale may be set for each weekday.
The example of a calendar year rate schedule is given in Table 4.4.
Table 4.4
Time of The number of day rate scale active on
tariff activity Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Season #

beginning

4 April, 5 5 5 3 3 17 1 2
2 October, 12 8 9 21 22 23 11 12
In this example the year is divided into two seasons. Since the 1st of January till the 4th of
April and since the 12th of October till the 31st of December the second season rate scales will be
active, since the 5th of April till the 11th of October the first season rate scales will be active.
The meter allows setting of up to 12 season rate scales.

4.6.10.3 Exceptional days (EXDAY)


Exceptional days are days of a calendar year the tariffication of which is different from
the season weekday tariffication. Such exceptional days are public holidays, holidays and
workdays rescheduled. Any rate scale of the list prepared may be specified for each exceptional
day.
The meter allows setting of up to 32 exceptional dates.

4.6.11 Profiles configuration


The meter allows forming of up to 16 independent profiles. The data accumulated in
profiles are accessible only via digital interfaces. A profile can accumulate the energy (power)
data of any calculating machine channel with the individual time interval. The profile data values
are reduced to input end and registered considering the active transformation factors. For the
meter switched off during a day profile data for that day is absent. For the meter switched off
during an interval time that interval data is marked as absent. In case the interval is changed by
the time correction or the meter is switched off in the interval segment the data is marked as
incomplete. For each profile it is possible to set:
• calculating machine channel;
• data type – energy or power;
• time interval in the range: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, 60 min.
The profile configured for the calculating machine channel #0 or with the interval time 0
min is considered switched off.
ATTENTION! While profile configuration logging into the meter all the previously
accumulated profile data is reset.
Any profile data storage period depends only on time interval and is defined in
accordance with Table 4.5
Table 4.5
Time interval, 1 2 3 4 5 6 10 12 15 20 30 60
minutes
Storage period, 11 22 33 44 56 67 112 134 168 224 336 512
days

4.6.11.1 Profile data formation at clock time change


In case the time is put forward (analogous to switching the meter off):
• within the interval – the interval data will be marked as incomplete;
• within a day – the old and the new intervals data will be marked as incomplete,
the data between the intervals will be marked as absent;
• into another day – the new day data will be formed.
In case the time is put backward:
• within the interval – the interval data will be marked as incomplete;
• within a day – the new interval data will be marked as incomplete, all the data of
the intervals run twice represents the sum of the first and the second runs;
• into another day – the new day data will be formed, and the same day time will be
stored in profiles.
While automatic summer switch from 2:00 to 3:00 on the last Sunday of the switch
month set, from 2:00 to 3:00 interval data will be marked as absent.
While automatic winter time switch from 3:00 to 2:00 on the last Sunday of the switch
month set, additional hour interval data will be formed separately. Each profile can store interval
data of only one (the last one) additional hour. Additional hour interval data is changed (with
data creation dating), if the meter was switched on the day of winter time switch. If the meter
was switched off during the whole day of time switch the previous additional hour interval data
is stored in the profiles.

4.6.12 Time correction and setting


Time setting suggests setting of any time, date and day of week. It is reasonable to use
this instruction only before putting the meter into operation in case it was taken into another time
zone, after repair or long-term storage, and at clock failure resulted from switched off power
lithium element failure.
Time correction (±30 s) may be accomplished fingertip only once a day (Cl. 5.2.6), or via
digital interfaces (CL. 5.4.3). If the departure comprises more than 30 s. the correction should be
accomplished during several days or time setting instruction should be used. The “minus”
correction is accomplished by setting second readings to zero in case the current second value
was not more than 29 s. The “plus” correction is accomplished by setting readings to 59 s. in
case the current second value was 30 s. or more.
At low and high temperatures the clock readings departure may comprise up to ± 9 s/day.
It is possible to set clock rate autocorrection in the meter. At the producing plant the
clock was calibrated at standard temperature. In case the clock readings departure takes place, it
is possible to calculate and change clock rate calibration factor:
• to calculate day clock readings departure for several days to within second deciles
(for slow clock with “-” sign, for fast clock with “+” sign);
• to read the meter calibration factor and chose the corresponding day clock
readings departure from Table 4.6;
• to put together the chosen and the calculated day clock readings departures
considering signs;
• to chose the corresponding calibration factor from Table 4.6 and log it into the
meter according to the received summarized clock readings departure.
Table 4.6
Positive calibration for slow clock Negative calibration for fast clock
Calibration factor Day clock readings Calibration factor Day clock readings
0 departure to, s 0 departure to, s
-0.19 0.19
-1 -0.19 1 0.19
-2 -0.56 2 0.56
-3 -0.94 3 0.94
-4 -1.31 4 1.31
-5 -1.69 5 1.69
-6 -2.06 6 2.06
-7 -2.44 7 2.44
-8 -2.81 8 2.81
-9 -3.19 9 3.19
-10 -3.56 10 3.56
-11 -3.94 11 3.94
-12 -4.31 12 4.31
-13 -4.69 13 4.69
-14 -5.06 14 5.06
-15 -5.44 15 5.44
-16 -5.81 16 5.81
-17 -6.19 17 6.19
-18 -6.56 18 6.56
-19 -6.94 19 6.94
-20 -7.31 20 7.31
-21 -7.69 21 7.69
-22 -8.06 22 8.06
-23 -8.44 23 8.44
-24 -8.81 24 8.81
-25 -9.19 25 9.19
-26 -9.56 26 9.56
-27 -9.94 27 9.94
-28 -10.31 28 10.31
-29 -10.69 29 10.69
-30 -11.06 30 11.06
-31 -11.44 31 11.44
-11.81 11.81

4.6.13 Access passwords (PSWzz, CRWzz)


Programming and parameter reading access limit is realized with passwords. The
password, with which the access to programming was accomplished, is fixed in the programming
log. The meter supports up to 4 passwords of up to 8 symbols length. Administrator (password
#1) can change any password, the others only their own ones. Empty password (with no
symbols) is considered inactive.
Only the administrator can change the configuration of the accessible for Users
(passwords #2, #3, #4) programmable and readable parameter groups and configuration of the
parameters output in the mode of reading data with no password.
ATTENTION! At triple incorrect password introduction the access to the meter is
blocked till the end of a day.

4.6.14 Accumulated calculating machine channel data reset


After calculating machine channels programming, it is recommended to set to zero the
accumulated data on:
• energy with progressive total of all the channels per tariff;
• energy accumulated during all the months of all the channels per tariff;
• energy accumulated during all the days of all the channels per tariff;
• maximum average powers for all the months of all the channels per tariff.
Accumulated data reset is accomplished in manual mode (in case it is enabled).
To set calculating machine channel data to zero it is necessary to:
• enable reset mode (to log the instruction via interface);
• place the meter in the programming mode – press the button “Access” (the text
“Access” and countdown is displayed on LCD);
• press the button “SCROLL” (the text “CLEAR” and countdown is displayed on
LCD);
• press the button “Access” not later than in 3 seconds.
The date and time of setting to zero are fixed in the corresponding register.
Note – each profile data is reset individually (Cl. 4.6.11).

4.6.15 Access password, record locking, response delay reset


The meter allows changing access passwords to prohibit unauthorized programming and
reading.
The meter allows prohibiting programming via any digital interface to reduce the
possibility of unauthorized programming.
The meter allows changing the time of delay via interface from 1 to 255 ms. The
parameter serves for reducing the time of exchange and can be collated depending on the
apparatus connected and PC software support. For instance, some EIA485 interface adaptors
with automatic transmission direction switch require the response delay of more than 70 ms.
In critical situations when the access password is lost, the programming for all interfaces
is prohibited and response delay time is less than accepted, setting of the following parameters is
supported by default:
• access password #1 – 777777;
• other passwords – not set;
• programming via all the interfaces is enabled;
• response delay – 200 ms.
For value default setting it is necessary to:
• place the meter in the programming mode – press the button “Access” (the text
“Access” and countdown is displayed o LCD);
• press the button “SCROLL” (the text “CLEAR” and countdown is displayed on
LCD);
• press the button “Access” not later than in 3 seconds.
The date and time of value default setting is fixed in the corresponding register.

5 OPERATION PROCEDURE

The meter reading is possible both in manual and automated modes.


In the automated mode the complete information on energy consumption may be
obtained with PC via interfaces. Data exchange via interfaces is given in Cl. 5.4.
In manual mode the data is displayed on LCD in the window of seven decimals with
decimal point and character multipliers width (k=103, M=106, G=109).
The full list of output formats of measured, calculated and accumulated parameters is
given in Table 5.1
Table 5.1
Names of on LCD via interfaces
indicated Displayed Units of Quantity of Units of Quantity of
parameters value of a measurement positions on measurement positions on
quantity the right of the right of
the point the point
Voltage to 10 V, kV, MV 4 V 3
to 100 3
to 1000 2
Current to 10 А, kА, МА 4 А 4
to 100 3
to 1000 2
Power to 10 W, kW, MW, 4 kW, 6
to 100 (VAr, kVAr, 3 (kVAr),
to 1000 MVAr), 2 (kVA)
(VA, kVA,
MVA)
Power factors 3 3
Angles degree 1 degree 1
Network Hz 2 Hz 2
frequency
Calculating KW•h, 5
machine see Cl. 5.1 (kVAr•h)
channel energy
progressive
total (per
month, day)
Average power to 10 W, kW, MW, 4 kW, 6
maximums to 100 (VAr, kVAr, 3 (kVAr)
to 1000 MVAr) 2
Predictable to 10 W, kW, MW, 4 kW, 6
calculating to 100 (VAr, kVAr, 3 (kVAr)
machine to 1000 MVAr) 2
channel power
Current not indicated kW•h, 5
averaging (kVAr•h)
interval
calculating
machine
channel
energies
Profile interval not indicated kW, kW•h, 5
values (kVAr,
(kVAr•h)

5.1 Calculating machine channel data display on LCD

5.1.1 Register values display


Calculating machine channel energies are stored in registers of 19 decimal width with 10
mW•h resolution (i.e. 5 decimals after the point for units of kW•h measurement). Maximum
accepted value of accumulated calculating machine channel energy comprises 40•1012 kW•h,
that cannot be exceeded even in case of meter operation at maximum load, with maximum
accepted measuring transformers ratios during the whole service life. To meet GOST R 52320-
2005 requirements to register for different modifications meters, different variants of register
display on LCD are chosen (Table 3.3). As the meter accomplishes input end metering, the
register display window automatically undents by the value proportional to power transformation
ratio (Rp=Rv•Rc). Register value on the left of the window is a number of window width
overflows. Register value on the right of the window is a fraction of display least significant bit
unit.
The example of 57.7 V 5 A transformer connection meter LCD display window is given
in Table 5.2
Table 5.2
Register and display window Display window with Value of input end power
position character multiplier factor (Rp=Rv•Rc)
43210987654321.12345 54321.123 kW•h up to 10
43210987654321.12345 654321.12 kW•h 10…100
43210987654321.12345 7654321.1 kW•h 100…1000
43210987654321.12345 87654.321 MW•h 1000…10000
43210987654321.12345 987654.32 MW•h 10000…100000
43210987654321.12345 0987654.3 MW•h 100000…1000000
43210987654321.12345 10987.654 GW•h 1000000…10000000
43210987654321.12345 210987.65 GW•h 10000000…100000000

5.1.2 Calculating machine channel identification


While calculating machine channel data indication on LCD, on the left of value display
window indicated channel number sign is displayed ( ┐=1, ┘= 2, └ = 3, ┌ = 4, ┌┐= 5, └┘= 6).
Calculating machine channel mnemonic is also displayed:
• |→ A – imported active energy (Ai);
• |← A – exported active energy (Ae);
• P |→ - imported reactive energy (R2+R3);
• P |← - exported reactive energy (R1+R4);
• |→ energy loss for imported active energy (Li);
• |← energy loss for exported active energy (Le).
In case calculating machine channel contains only unit-counting inputs energy mnemonics
is not displayed.

5.1.3 Tariff identification


Calculating machine channels data (energy) is accumulated per tariff in accordance with set
tariffication parameters and inbuilt clock time. Tariff designation:
• “tariff 0” – total energy;
• “tariff 1” – energy accumulated during the first tariff operation;
• “tariff 2” – energy accumulated during the second tariff operation;
• “tariff 3” – energy accumulated during the third tariff operation;
• “tariff 4” – energy accumulated during the forth tariff operation;
• “tariff 5” – energy accumulated after clock failure or at incorrect (not set)
tariffication parameters;
• “tariff 6” – energy accumulated in accordance with specified criterion;
• “tariff 7” - energy accumulated in accordance with specified criterion.
Accumulated calculating machine channel data value “tariff 0”is equal to the sum of
accumulated data values for 5 tariffs (from the first to the fifth).

5.2 Data scrolling in manual mode


Data scrolling is accomplished with the “SHOT” and “SCROLL” buttons.
Two types of pressing buttons are distinguished:
• short – a button is kept pressed for less than 1s.
• long – a button is kept pressed for more than 1s.
Pressing the “SHOT” button for long time switches in a successive order the display of
the following groups of parameters:
• “TOTAL” – calculating machine channels data accumulated with progressive
total;
• “MONTH” - calculating machine channels data accumulated for a month;
• “DAY” - calculating machine channels data accumulated for a day;
• “AVERAGE POWER MAXIMUMS”;
• “FORECASTING POWER”;
• “SERVICE INFORMATION”;
• “QUALITY PARAMETERS”;
• “PULSE INPUTS”.

LCD indication switch structure by type (“SHOT” or “SCROLL”) and manner of


pressing (short or long) buttons are given in Annex G.

5.2.1 Group “TOTAL”


Values of calculating machine channels data accumulated with progressive total per tariff
and in total are displayed.
The data displayed on LCD:
• calculating machine energy value with progressive total;
• number label and constituents of calculating machine channel;
• displayed tariff number;
• “TOTAL” indicator;
• phase voltage indicators.
TARIFF

PHASE

TOTAL

kW•h

Figure 5.1
Total (tariff 0) active (A) imported (|→) energy value (0012.345 kW•h) of the (whole)
first calculating machine channel (┐) progressive total is given in Figure 5.1.
Additionally the phase voltage presence is indicated (Phase ABC).
The button “Scroll” short-time pressing gradually switches calculating machine channel
consumed energy indication per tariff (8 tariffs in total).
The button “Scroll” long-time pressing gradually switches different calculating machine
channels consumed energy indication (6 channels in total).

5.2.2 Group “MONTH”


Calculating machine channels data accumulated with progressive total for the month in
total and per tariff are displayed.
On LCD the following data is displayed:
• energy value of calculating machine channel progressive total for the month in the
end of the month;
• label number and calculating machine channel constituents;
• month and year of fixation;
• displayed tariff number;
• marker “MONTH”;
• phase voltage presence markers.

TARIFF
PHASE
ABC MONTH

kW•h

Figure 5.2

In Figure 5.2 active (A) exported (|←) energy value (0000.789 kW•h) of the second
calculating machine channel (┘) progressive total fixed in the end of March 2006 (03•06) by the
first tariff (tariff 1) is given. If the date value is equal to 00•00, the month’s metering data is
absent.
View of calculating machine channel progressive total readings in the end of the previous
month is accomplished by the short-time pressing the button “SHOT” (only 13 months).
The button “Scroll” short-time pressing gradually switches calculating machine channel
consumed energy end-month indication with progressive total per tariff (8 tariffs in total).
The button “Scroll” long-time pressing gradually switches different calculating machine
channels consumed energy end-month indication with progressive total (6 channels in total).

5.2.3 Group “DAY”


Calculating machine channels end-day data accumulated with progressive total in total
and per tariff are displayed.
On LCD the following data is displayed:
• energy end-day value of calculating machine channel progressive total;
• label number and calculating machine channel constituents;
• date, month and year of fixation;
• displayed tariff number;
• marker “DAY”;
• phase voltage presence markers.

TARIFF
PHASE

R DAY

kVAR•h

Figure 5.3

In Figure 5.3 reactive (R) imported (|→) energy value (0000.047 kVAr•h) of the fourth
calculating machine channel (┌) progressive total fixed in the end of March, 17 2006 (17:03•06)
by the second tariff (tariff 2) is given. If the date value is equal to 00:00•00, the day’s metering
data is absent.
Additionally the phase voltage presence is indicated (Phase ABC). Index mark flashing
informs of phase voltage value outside set access.
View of calculating machine channel progressive total readings in the end of the previous
day is accomplished by the short-time pressing the button “SHOT” (only 46 days).
The button “Scroll” short-time pressing gradually switches calculating machine channel
consumed energy end-day indication with progressive total per tariff (8 tariffs in total).
The button “Scroll” long-time pressing gradually switches different calculating machine
channels consumed energy end-day indication with progressive total (6 channels in total).

• 5.2.4 Group “AVERAGE POWER MAXIMUMS”


Average power maximums (averaged in a set interval) of calculating machine channels
registered per tariff during a calendar month are displayed.
On LCD the following data is displayed:
• average power maximum of calculating machine channel in a set interval;
• label number and calculating machine channel constituents;
• date and time of the month maximum fixation;
• displayed tariff number;
• marker “PREV”.

TARIFF

R
PREV

VAr

Figure 5.4
TARIFF

R
PREV

VAr

Figure 5.5
In figures reactive (R) exported (|←) power maximum (73.020 kVAr•h) of the third
calculating machine channel (└) fixed on March, 20 2006 (20:03•06) (Figure 5.4) by the third
tariff (tariff 3) with the beginning of averaging time at 12.10 o’clock (Figure 5.5) is given. Date
and time are displayed alternatively with 2 s interval. If the date day value is equal to zero, the
given tariff month maximum was not fixed.
View of calculating machine channel maximum power readings for the previous month is
accomplished by the short-time pressing the button “SHOT” (only 13 months).
The button “Scroll” short-time pressing gradually switches calculating machine channel
power maximums indication per tariff (5 tariffs in total).
The button “Scroll” long-time pressing gradually switches different calculating machine
channels power maximums indication (6 channels in total).

5.2.5 Group “FORECASTING POWER”


On LCD the following data is displayed:
• forecasting power of calculating machine channel since current averaging period
till current time;
• label number and calculating machine channel constituents;
• time before the end of the averaging period
• current tariff;
• marker “ “ – set power limit exceedence;
• marker “ “ – pulse output is active in case of
• power limit exceedence
TARIFF

Figure 5.6
In the figure forecasting active (A) exported (|→) power value (1.7452W) of the first
calculating machine channel (┐) for 5 min 17 s (05:17) before the time of averaging expiration,
set power limit exceedence with control signal generation to pulse output are given, the fourth
tariff is active (tariff 4).
Every minute (value of seconds = 0) the calibration is carried out and in case of power
limit exccedence marker “ ” is displayed. The marker “ ” indicates control signal
appearance at the pulse output.
The button “Scroll” short-time pressing gradually switches different calculating machine
channels forecasting power values indication (6 channels in total).
5.2.6 Group “SERVICE INFORMATION’
The button “Shot” short-time pressing gradually switches indication in the group (3
subgroups in total).
1) Subgroup “RELEVANT INFORMATION”
On LCD the data given in Figure 5.7 is displayed:
• current time – 09:30•52 –hours, minutes, seconds;
• current date – 29-03-06 – real time clock day, month, year;
• weekday – Wed - real time clock;
• current tariff – tariff 2;
• current direction – IV quadrant;
• indexes “A”, “B”, “C” – phase voltage presence;
• marker “S” – summer time;
• marker “c” –clock rate correction ±30 s is allowed;
• marker “ ” – pulse output is active in accordance with current tariff.

TARIFF
Wed(Cр)
Wed
PHASE
ABC AP

c S

Figure 5.7
Phase index absence informs of voltage absence in a phase (voltage is less than 5% Unom).
Phase index flashing informs of phase voltage outside the set access.
For each phase the quadrant of apparent power phasor position is defined. Current
direction indicates obtained quadrants for all phases:
• |→ AP |→ - quadrant I;
• |← AP |→ - quadrant II;
• |← AP |← - quadrant III;
• |→ AP |← - quadrant IV.
The meter allows manual clock rate correction once a day. The button “SCROLL” long-
time pressing in case of “c” marker presence leads to not exceeding ±30 s value clock rate
correction, with the correction allowance marker disappearing. The correction allowance marker
will appear again at the beginning of another day.
If the button “SCROLL” will be pressed for up to 30 s, second values will be set to zero
(time s is corrected with the sign “-”). If the button “SCROLL” will be pressed for more than 30
s, second value will be equal to 59 (the time s is corrected with the sign “+”).
It is necessary to consider the correction is carried out approximately in a second after the
button pressing.

2) Subgroup “INTERFACE PARAMETERS”


On LCD the data given in Figure 8 is displayed:
• 2 – interface number;
• 01:00•05 – active protocol (01=GOST К IEC 61107-2001), initial (00=300 baud)
and operating (05=9600 baud) exchange speed via interface;
• 10s – interface activity time;
• 200 – interface response delay time, ms.

s
Figure 8
The initial exchange speed may be set only manually. To change the initial exchange
speed it is necessary to go into the mode of initial speed choice (flashing of value) by the button
“ACCESS” short-time pressing. By the button “SCROLL” short-time pressing choose the
required speed value:
• “0” = 300 baud;
• “1” = 600 baud;
• “2” = 1200 baud;
• “3” = 2400 baud;
• “4” = 4800 baud;
• “5” = 9600 baud;
• “6” = 19200 baud;
• “7” = 38400 baud;
• “8” = 57600 baud;
• “9” = 115200 baud.
By the button “ACCESS” short-time pressing go out of the initial speed choice mode.
The button “SCROLL” short-time pressing gradually switches indication of different
interfaces parameters (2 interfaces in total).

3) Subgroup “EXTERNAL TRANSFORMERS AND INTERVAL”


The button “SCROLL” short-time pressing gradually switches indication of parameters:
• FU – voltage transformer transformation ratio;
• FI – current transformer transformation ratio;
• :03• meter model (5A, 220V)
P1.2 t30M – meter program version 1.2 and averaging time duration 30 min.

5.2.7 Group “NETWORK QUALITY PARAMETERS”


The button “SHOT” short-time pressing gradually switches indication in the group (11
subgroups in total). Inside a subgroup the button “SCROLL” short-time pressing switches
indication of parameter value for different phases (indexes “A”, “B”, “C”) and total three phase
network value (index “ABC”).
1) Subgroup “Active Voltage”
Input end phase voltage MRS values are displayed in V (kV, MV).
2) Subgroup “Active Current”
Input end phase current MRS values are displayed in A (kA, MA).
3) Subgroup “Active power”
Active input end phase and three-phase network powers are displayed in W (kW, MW).
4) Subgroup “Reactive Power”
Reactive input end phase and three-phase network powers are displayed in VAr (kVAr,
MVAr).
5) Subgroup “Apparent Power”
Apparent input end phase and three-phase network powers are displayed in VA (kVA,
MVA).
6) Subgroup “Power Loss”
Active input end phase and three-phase network power losses are displayed in W (kW,
MW).
7) Subgroup “Angle between current and voltage vectors”
Angles between phase current and voltage are displayed in the range ±180 Degrees.
8) Subgroup “Active Power Factor”
Active phase and three-phase network power factors are displayed, marker “COSφ”.
9) Subgroup “Reactive Power Factor”
Reactive phase and three-phase network power factors are displayed, marker “Sin”.
10) Subgroup “Network Frequency”
Three phase network frequency is displayed in Hz.
11) Subgroup “Angle between voltage vectors”
Angles between voltage vectors of different three-phase network phases in the range
±180 Degrees. Negative angle values display incorrect phase sequence. Markers for phase angles
– indexes “AB”, “BC”, “AC”.

5.2.8 Group “PULSE INPUTS”


On LCD the data given in Figure 5.9 is displayed:
• displayed pulse input number;
• pulse quantity metered via pulse input;
• marker “TOTAL”;
• marker “ ” – pulse input “closed” condition.

TOTAL

Figure 5.9
Pulse quantity (5873) metered via pulse input 3 is given in the figure, the input is closed.
The button “SCROLL” short-time pressing gradually switches indication of different pulse
inputs (4 inputs in total).

5.3 Information Messages


During meter operation on LCD mnemonic and text messages about meter mode
conditions are displayed (irrespective of displayed data).

5.3.1 Mnemonic Messages


Such messages appearance doesn’t disturb the displayed data.
1) Marker ERR
The basic meter power is absent – the voltage in all phases is not sufficient for power unit
PU operation, the meter operates with back-up power. In this mode data read-out from LCD or
via interfaces is possible.

2) Marker “  ”
Session of communication via interfaces.
3) “Ÿ”
Tariffication is absent, real time clock failure. Disappears after new time value
registration via interfaces.

4) Marker “ ”
Clock power lithium element replacement is required.

5) Marker “ ”
Power limit is exceeded.

5.3.2 Text Messages


The meter displays on LCD text messages that may be divided into several groups.

1) Meter Condition Messages.


• “ACCES” – appears after pressing the button “ACCESS” and informs about
allowance of parameter registration via interfaces – programming mode. Disappears
on countdown expiration, by the button “ACCESS” repeated pressing or parameters
registration via interfaces.
• “CLEAr” – appears after the button “SCROLL” short-time pressing only in case the
text “ACCES” is displayed and informs of sanitization allowance Cls 4.5.14, 4.5.15.
disappears on countdown expiration or by sanitizing.
• “OPtO” – appears after optical head connection out of communication session via
additional interface (COM2) and informs about possibility of exchange via optical
port (OP). Disappears on countdown expiration or while exchange via OP. For OP
reclosing it is necessary to disconnect and reconnect OP to the meter. In case OP is
active, exchange via additional interface (COM 2) is impossible.

2) Messages about interface exchange errors.


This message group is indicated during two seconds. Messages with numbers more than
10 are output via interfaces as well.
• “Err 03” – “Wrong password” means that during programming the password not
matching the back-end passwords was entered. Enter a valid password (for the second
or third attempts). The message is not output via interfaces.
• “Err 04” – “Interface exchange failure” means that during interface exchange the
failure took place or meter interface part or connected device is out-of-order. If after
repeated attempts the message reappears, it is necessary to assure of the meter and
connected device operability, check the devices interconnection and exchange
protocol correctness. The message is not output via interfaces.
• “Err 05” – “Protocol error” appears if the message is syntactically incorrect, there
was a parity or hash total error. The message is not output via interfaces.
• “Err 09” – “Invalid passwords entry limit exhausted” means that while
programming there were more than 3 attempts to enter invalid password during a
calendar day. Wait for the next day or default the password. The message is not
output via interfaces.
• “Err 11” – “The device does not support the command” means that the received
command is not supported and was ignored (e.g. command W2).
• “Err 12” – “Unknown parameter name” means that
o the parameter is absent from the list;
o attempt of nonprogrammable parameter record;
o value of parameter unavailable for reading is prompted.
• “Err 13” – “Incorrect parameter structure” means that parameter format does not
match the description.
• “Err 14” – “Button “ACCESS’ not pressed” means that hardware access to the
meter memory is absent. It is necessary to remove the sealing from the button
“ACCESS” and switch the meter to the programming mode.
• “Err 15’ – “The access is withheld” means that the parameter is absent from the list
of parameters enabled for reading/record with this password. It is necessary to send a
request to the Administrator for access to the required set of parameters.
• “Err 16” – “No rights for programming” means that programming inhibit for port
is set or jumper for technological parameters record is absent.
• “Err 17” – “Nonaccepted parameter value” means that parameter value is outside
the accepted interval.
• “Err 18” – “Requested parameter value is absent” means that requested date does
not exist in the list of profile or energies dates in the end of the calendar month or
day.
• “Err 30” - “Parameter is not recorded” due to basic power low voltage.
• “Err 31” – “Parameter is not recorded” due to failure while exchange with
parameters storage.
• “Err 32” - “Parameter is not recorded” due to control parameter storage reading
error.
• “Err 33” – “Parameter is not recorded” due to error while parameter storage
record.
• “Err 34” – “Time is not recorded” due to problems with real time clock value
record.
• “Err 35” – “Profile value is not recorded” due to problems with value record into
the profile storage.

3) System error message


This group of messages indicates serious meter disorder. In case of troubleshooting, it is
necessary to validate configuration and data thoroughly for further usage or reconfigure the
meter and clear all the data accumulated, i.e. accomplish operations required before setting the
meter to work. If correction is impossible, it is necessary to send the meter to be mended.
• “Fd 1” – “Problems with meter parameters” One or several meter parameters or
technological parameters stored in nonvolatile meter memory may be corrupted. It is
necessary to read and validate all the parameters. The error disappears when
recording any meter parameter or technological parameter. Technological parameters
recording is possible only after meter delidding and jumper setting (made only by
metrological calibration service).
• “Fd 2” - “Problems with controller parameters” One or several tariffication
parameters, interface exchange or configuration of profiles stored in nonvolatile
memory may be corrupted. It is necessary to read and validate all the parameters. The
error disappears when recording any parameter of tariffication, interface exchange or
profile configuration.
• “Fd 3” – “Problems with accumulated data” The data may be corrupted. It is
necessary to read and validate. The error disappears when recording any parameter. It
is recommended to clear the data.

5.4 Structure of data exchange via interfaces


Data exchange is accomplished in compliance with GOST R IEC 61107-2001 in C mode.
Data format for exchange via interfaces are given in annex E.
The meter has several additional exchange functions.

5.4.1 Inhibit of parameter display during uninterrupted reading


In the mode of data reading (<ACK>0Z0<CR><LF>) only the data accessed by the
parameter CRW01 may be read from the meter.

5.4.2 Quick reading


Quick selective parameter reading (out of session) is accomplished with the commands:
• /?!<SOH>R1<STX>NAME()<BCC> - zero-address;
• /?(address)!<SOH>R1<STX>NAME()<BCC> - address,
where NAME – parameter name,
(address) – meter identifier in mains, parameter value IDPAS.
Exchange with the meter is carried out at the initial speed.

5.4.3 Broadcast instruction.


For clock rate correction a broadcast instruction /?CTIME!<CR><LF> execution, which
is valid in a way analogous to manual clock rate correction Cl. 5.2.6, is realized in the meter.
In response to broadcast instruction the meter does not give an error message.

5.4.4 Answerback delay


Answerback delay time (DLYzz parameter), which is equal to 200 ms according to
GOST R IEC 61107-2001, change is realized in the meter. It is necessary to use this function
very deliberately, only while setting up the network and not to change for all the interface ports
at once. Parameter subcritical decrement for external adapters or software may lead to exchange
failure. To recover from an error it is necessary to change delay value by connecting to another
meter port or to fulfil Cl. 4.5.15.

5.4.5 Forced communication session interrupt


It is allowed to interrupt transmission by switching off the meter in case of incorrect
request for bulk transmission of data at a low exchange speed, when the meter generates data for
a long time. In cases when it is technically difficult to realize powerdown from the meter, forced
communication session is possible. To do that, it is necessary to choose with buttons “Service
Information – Interface Parameters – Interface #1 or Interface #2” for display on LCD and
interrupt session via the interface chosen by the button “SCROLL” long-time pressing. Session
is interrupted for operating exchange speed of 9600 baud or less.

6 METER VERIFICATION

6.1 Meter verification is accomplished while production, after repairs and in operation
in accordance with verification instruction “Three-phase active and reactive electric energy
meters CE304. Verification instruction ИНЕС.411152.064 Д1”.

7 MAINTENANCE AND SEALING

7.1 Meter maintenance on-site lies in methodical operation and error and failure
control.
7.2 Errors and failures in meter operation are recovered in compliance with Cl. 5.7 of
this operating manual.
7.3 Periodical meter verification is carried out in the volume stated in Clause 6 of this
operation manual once in 8 years or after repair.
7.4 Meter sealing is carried out by connecting stud hole and lead hole with Silvair LG9
line, suspending 10/6,5 seal and crimping it.
7.5 At negative verification results meter maintenance and trim are accomplished by
the organization authorized to repair meter.
Next verification is accomplished in compliance with Cl. 6.1.
ATTENTION! In case of LCD failure, the data is stored during the time-period given
in Table 3.6. Reading of the data may be accomplished via meter interface by connecting back-
up power supply. Data reading must be accomplished in the presence of energy-supplying and
energy-consuming organizations.

8 METER SERVICE

8.1 Possible bugs and ways of Consumer’s debugging are given in Table 8.1.
Table 8.1
Bug description and its Probable reason Way of debugging
manifestation
1 LCD is blank 1 No voltage across the meter 1 Check voltage presence
voltage terminals across voltage terminals
2 Electronics failure 2 Send the meter to be mended
2 The data on LCD is not 1 Electronics failure 1 Send the meter to be mended
changing, no reaction on
pressing buttons.

3 While connecting meter to 1 Incorrect connection of 1 Check the correctness of


load the electric energy parallel and (or) series circuits circuits opening
registration direction does not
comply with the actual one.

4 While periodic verification 1. Walkdown of elements 1 Send the meter to be mended


the error exceeded the defining accuracy in meter
accepted one. electronics
2 Electronics failure

5 No metering or incorrect 1 Pulse outputs are 1 Program in compliance with


metering of electricity via programmed incorrectly Annex E
telemetric channels 2 Telemetry lines are 2 Connect telemetry lines in
connected to the meter compliance with OM
terminals incorrectly

9 CONDITIONS OF STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION

9.1 Storage of meters is carried out in the manufacturer package at the ambient
temperature +5…40°C and relative humidity 80 % at +25°C.
9.2 The meters are transported in closed vehicles of any type.
Extreme transportation conditions:
ambient air temperature -40…70°C;
relative humidity 98 % at +35°C;
tossing during 1 hour with acceleration 30m/s2 at strokes frequency – from 80 to
120 /minute.

10 PACKING
10.1 Meters, operational and shipping documentation are packed in compliance with
manufacturer’s drawings.
10.2 Meter and silica gel bag prepared to be packed are put into a polyethilene bag,
hermetically sealed, put into a T15 GOST 7376-89 cardboard container.
10.3 Operational documentation is put into the container on the top of the meter. The
container is sealed with packing tape “NOVA ROLL”.
10.4 Meters packed in containers are put into multipack – 6 meters wrapped with
polyethylene shrink film GOST 25951-83 according to manufacturer’s drawings.
Meters packed in the multipack are put into transportation container – cardboard box,
made in accordance with the manufacturer’s drawings. the box empty space is filled with
corrugated fiberboard T12A GOST 7376-89, in accordance with manufacturer’s drawings.
In accordance with manufacturer’s drawings 12 meters are put into the transportation
container.
10.5 Shipping documentation is put into the box, including packing list with the
following data:
Meters nomination and designation and their quantity;
Date of packing;
Signature of the person in charge of packing;
QCD stamp.
The box is sealed.
10.6 Cargo package dimensions,
not more than 700 x 470 x 370 mm.
Single weight, not more than 30 kg; gross weight, not more than 48 kg.

11 MARKING
11.1 On the meter front panel the following data is offset or set in another way not
impairing the quality:
meter type designation – CE 304;
accuracy class according to GOST R 52322-2005 (GOST R 52323-2005);
meter constant according to Table 3.3;
meter number according to manufacturer numeration system;
nominal secondary current of the transformer to which the meter may be connected or
basic and maximum current;
nominal voltage;
frequency 50 Hz;
quantity of phases and wires of the circuit for which the meter is designed in the form of
graphic designation according to GOST 25372-82;
manufacturer trade mark – ENERGOMERA®;
year of meter production;
GOST R 52320-2005, GOST R 52322-2005 (GOST R 52323-2005), GOST 26035-83,
IEC 62053-23:2003;
pattern approval sign illustration according to RU 50.2.009 (rule);
compliance sign illustration according to GOST R 50460-92;
doubled quadrat for meters of II protection type put into insulating case;
test insulation voltage C2 symbol according to GOST 23217-78;
meter with measurement transformer designation according to GOST 25372-82;
caption RUSSIA
interface type in compliance with meter designation structure given in CL. 3.1.2;
control element marking SHOT“, “SCROLL”, “ACCESS”.
On meter terminal cover there is some place designed for insertion of transformation ratio
of current and voltage measurement transformers, designed for operation together with meters,
transformer multiplier and number.
“Attention” symbol ( ! ) – according to GOST 23217-78.
11.2 Meter connection diagrams are inserted on meter terminal cover or a sign with
diagrams is fastened to it.
ANNEX A
(compulsory)
Accepted error value limits

A.1 Meters accuracy class and accepted value limits of basic percentage error while
measuring network parameters at nominal (basic) three-phase symmetrical current and power
factor equal to 1 given in Table A.1.

Table A.1
Accuracy Accepted value of basic error, %,while measuring
class active power and reactive power apparent current (δI) voltage energy loss
energy (δР) and energy (δQ) power (δS) (δU) (δl)
0.2S/0.5 ±0.2 ±0.5 ±0.5 ±0.5 ±0.5 ±2.0
0.5S/1 ±0.5 ±1.0 ±1.0 ±1.0 ±1.0 ±2.0
1/2 ±1.0 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±4.0
2/2 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±2.0 ±4.0

A.2 Shunt running


In case of current absence in a circuit and voltage value equal to 1.15 of nominal value,
basic transmission unit generates not more than one pulse during 23000/C (hours) for 0.2S and
0.5S accuracy class meters and during 60000/C (hours) for other accuracy class meters, where C
– meter constant in imp/kW•h (imp/kVAr•h). Each pulse increases energy value in dial
mechanism for 1/C (kW•h, kVAr•h).

A.3 Starting current


The meter starts and continues registration at current values given in Table A.2 and
power factor equal to 1.
Table A.2
Meter connection Active/reactive energy accuracy class

0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2/2


Active energy
direct connection — — 0.004 Ib 0.005 Ib
transformer connection 0.001
0.001 Inom 0.002 Inom 0.003 Inom
Inom
Reactive energy
direct connection — 0.004 Iб 0.005 Iб 0.005 Iб
transformer connection
0.001 Inom 0.002 Inom 0.003 Inom 0.003 Inom
A.4 Accepted value limits of basic error
A.4.1 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring active energy and
active power δp, in percentage terms, at three-phase symmetrical voltage and three-phase
symmetrical current considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed values given in Table A.3 and A.4.
соs ϕ Accepted value limits of basic error δP, %,
Current value for active energy accuracy class meters

0.2S 0.5S
0.01Inom≤ I < 0.05 Inom 1.0 ± 0.4 ± 10
0.05 Inom≤ I ≤ Imax ± 0.2 ± 0.5
0.02Inom ≤ I< 0.10 Inom 0.5 (ind.), ± 0.5 ± 1.0
0.10 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.8 (cap.) ± 0.3 ± 0.6
Table A.4
соs ϕ Accepted value limits of
Current value for meters basic error δP, %, for
active energy accuracy
class meters
direct connected transformer operated 1 2
0.05 Ib ≤ I < 0.10 Ib 0.02Inom≤I<0.05Inom 1.0 ± 1.5 ± 2.5
0.10 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax ± 1.0 ± 2.0
0.10 Ib ≤ I < 0.20 Ib 0.05Inom≤I<0.10Inom 0.5 (ind.) ± 1.5 ± 2.5
0.8 (cap.) —
0.20 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.10 Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind.) ± 1.0 ± 2.0
0.8 (cap.) —
A.4.2 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring reactive energy
and power δQ, in percentage terms, at three-phase symmetrical voltage and three-phase
symmetrical current considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed values given in Table A.5 and A.6.
Table A.5
sin ϕ Accepted value limits of basic error δQ, %, for
Current value reactive energy accuracy class meters
0.5 1
0.02Inom≤I<0.05 Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 1.5
0.05 Inom≤ I ≤ Imax ± 0.5 ± 1.0
0.05nom≤I<0.10 Inom 0.5 (ind.), ± 1.0 ± 1.5
0.10 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (cap.) ± 0.6 ± 1.0
0.10 Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 0.25 (ind.), ± 1.0 ± 1.5
0.25 (cap.)
Table A.6
sin ϕ Accepted value limits
of basic error δQ, %, for
Current value for meters reactive energy accuracy
class meters
direct connected transformer operated 2
0.05Ib≤ I< 0.10Ib 0.02Inom≤I<0.05 Inom 1.0 ± 2.5
0.10 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05 Inom ≤ I ≤ I max ± 2.0
0.10 Ib ≤ I< 0.20 Ib 0.05Inom≤I< 0.10 Inom 0.5 (ind.), ± 2.5
0.5 (cap.)
0.20 Ib ≤ I ≤ I max 0.10 Inom ≤ I ≤ I max 0.5 (ind.), ± 2.0
0.5 (cap.)
0.20 Ib ≤ I ≤ I max 0.10 Inom ≤ I ≤ I max 0.25(ind.), ± 2.5
0.25 (cap.)
A.4.3 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring apparent power δS,
in percentage terms, at three-phase symmetrical voltage and three-phase symmetrical current
considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed values given in Table A.7 and A.8.
Table A.7
Accepted value limits of basic error δS, %, for active/reactive
energy accuracy class meters
Current value
0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1
0.01 Inom≤ I < 0.05 Inom ± 1.0 ± 1.5
0.05 Inom≤ I ≤ Imax ± 0.5 ± 1.0
Table A.8
Accepted value limits of
Current value for meters
basic errorδS, %, for
active/reactive energy accuracy
class meters
direct connected transformer operated 1/2 2/2
0.05 Ib ≤ I < 0.10 Ib 0.02 Inom≤ I < 0.05 Inom ± 2.5 ± 2.5
0.10 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax ± 2.0 ± 2.0
A.4.4 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error given in Table A.3…A.11 are
regulated at three-phase symmetrical voltage and three-phase symmetrical current for
informative loop input signal values:
voltage – (0.8…1.15) Unom;
measurement network frequency – (47.5…52.5) Hz.
A.4.5 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring current δI MRS
values, in percentage terms, considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed values given in Table A.9
Table A.9
Accepted value limits of basic error δI, %,
Current value for meters for active/reactive energy meters accuracy class
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2/2
0.05 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom≤I≤ Imax ± 0.5 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0

A.4.6 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring energy loss in
current circuits δL, in percentage terms, considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed values given in
Table A.10
Table A.10
Accepted value limits of basic error δL,
Current value for meters %, for active/reactive energy accuracy class
meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2/2
0.05 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom≤ I ≤ Imax ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 4.0 ± 4.0

A.4.7 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring phase voltage δU
MRS values, in percentage terms, considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed values given in Table
A.11.
Table A.11
Accepted value limits of basic error δU, %, for
Voltage value active/reactive energy accuracy class meters
0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2.2
0.8 Unom ≤ U ≤ 1.2 Unom ± 0.5 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0

A.4.8 Accepted value limits of absolute error while measuring phase angle between basic
phase voltage and current harmonics and between basic phase voltage harmonics considering Cl.
A.4.4 do not exceed ±1° in the range -180°…180° at Table A.11 phase voltage value and at
Table A.10 current.
A.4.9 Accepted value limits of absolute error while measuring network voltage frequency
considering Cl. A.4.4 do not exceed ±0.1 Hz in the range 47.5…52.5 Hz.
A.4.10 Error while measuring active and reactive energy at voltage 0.8 Unom is in the
range 0…-100%.
A.4.11 Accepted value limits of basic percentage error while measuring active δP and
reactive δQ energy in case of current presence in one (any) of current circuits at symmetrical
voltages not exceeding values given in Table A.12…A.15. the difference between error values at
single-phase meter load and at symmetrical multi-phase load does not exceed values given in
Table A.16, A.17.
Table A.12
соs ϕ Accepted value limits of basic error δP, %, for
Current value active energy accuracy class meters
0.2S 0.5S
0.05 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 1.0 ± 0.3 ± 0.6
0.10 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind.) ± 0.4 ± 1.0
Table A.13
соs ϕ Accepted value limits of
basic error δP, %, for
Current value for meters active energy accuracy
class meters
direct connected transformer operated 1 2
0.10 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
0.20 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.10Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind.) ± 2.0 ± 3.0

Table A.14
sin ϕ Accepted value limits of basic error δQ, %,
Current value for reactive energy accuracy class meters
0.5 1
0.05 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 1.0 ± 0.6 ± 1.5
0.10 Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind.) ± 1.0 ± 1.5
0.5 (cap.)

Table A.15
sin ϕ Accepted value limits
Current value for meters of basic error δQ, %,
for reactive energy
accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 2
0.10 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 1.0 ± 3.0
0.20 Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.10Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind.) ± 3.0
0.5 (cap.)

Table A.16
соs ϕ Accepted value of difference between
error at single-phase and symmetric load
Current value for meters ∆δP, %, for active energy accuracy class
meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2

Ib Inom 1.0 ± 0.4 ± 1.0 ± 1.5 ± 2.5

Table A.17
sin ϕ Accepted value of difference between
error at single-phase and symmetric load
Current value for meters ∆δQ, %, for reactive energy accuracy
class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2

Ib Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 2.5 ± 2.5

A.12 Self-heating influence


Error variation limits while measuring active and reactive energy, caused by self-heating
at current Imax, do not exceed values given in Table A.18, A.19.
Table A.18
соs ϕ Error variation limits ∆δP, %, for active energy accuracy class meters
0.2S 0.5S 1 2
1.0 ± 0.7 ± 1.0
± 0.1 ± 0.2
0.5 (ind.) ± 1.0 ± 1.5
Table A.19
sin ϕ Error variation limits ∆δQ, %, for reactive energy accuracy class meters
0.5 1 2
1.0 ± 0.7 ± 1.0
0.5 (ind.), 0.5 (cap.) ± 0.2 ± 1.0 ± 1.5
A.13 Heat influence
At ambient temperature 40°C external face temperature shall not exceed ambient
temperature for more than 25 Kelvin degree at maximum current, voltage equal to 1.15 of
nominal voltage and power factor equal to 1.
A.14 Voltage unsymmetry
Accepted value limits of complementary error while measuring active energy, caused by
voltage unsymmetry, do not exceed values given in Table A.20.
Table A.20
соs ϕ Complimentary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters

direct connected transformer 0.2S 0.5S 1 2


operated
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 0.5 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 4.0
A.15 Direct connection meter endures short-time overload of input current, 30 times
exceeding Imax, during one half-period at nominal frequency. Transformer connection meter
endures during 0.5 s overloads of input current, 20 times exceeding Imax at nominal frequency.
Error variation limit while measuring active and reactive energy, caused by overloads, after
returning to its initial operation conditions, does not exceed values given in Table A.21, A.22.
Table A.21
Meter connection Current
value
соs ϕ Error variation limits ∆δP, %, for active energy
accuracy class meters
0.2S 0.5S 1 2
direct Ib 1 — — ± 1.5 ± 1.5
transformer Inom 1 ± 0.05 ± 0.05 ± 0.5 ± 1.0
Table A.22
Meter connection Current
value
sin ϕ Error variation limits ∆δQ, %, for reactive energy
accuracy class meters
0.5 1 2
direct Ib 1 — ± 1.5 ± 1.5
transformer Inom 1 ± 0.05 ± 0.5 ± 1.0
A.16 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active energy,
caused by inverse follow of phases, do not exceed values given in Table A.23.
Table A.23
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
0.1 Ib 0.1 Inom 1.0 ± 0.05 ± 0.1 ± 1.5 ± 1.5
A.17 Transformer connection meters endure by voltage undamaging ground short circuit
mode. Error variation limits while measuring active and reactive energy after test do not exceed
values given in Table A.24.
Table A.24
Active/reactive energy meters accuracy 0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2/2
class
Error variation limits, % ± 0.1 ± 0.3 ± 0.7 ± 1.0
A.18 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active energy,
caused by harmonics presence in alternating current and voltage circuits, do not exceed values
given in Table A.25.
Table A.25
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
0.5 Imax 0.5 Imax 1.0 ± 0.4 ± 0.5 ± 0.8 ± 1.0

A.19 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by DC component and even harmonics presence in ac circuits of direct
connection meters, do not exceed values given in Table A.26, A.27.
Table A.26
Meter connection Current value соs ϕ Complementary error limits δРcomp, %, for
active energy accuracy class meters
1 2
direct IMAX/√2 1 ± 3.0 ± 6.0
Table A.27
Meter connection Current value sin ϕ Complementary error limits δQcomp, %, for reactive
energy accuracy class meters
2
direct IMAX/√2 1 ± 6.0
A.20 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active energy,
caused by odd harmonics presence in ac circuits, do not exceed values given in Table A.28.
Table A.28
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters
for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
0.5 Ib 0.5 IMAX 1.0 ± 0.4 ± 0.5 — —
0.5 Inom 1.0 — — ± 3.0 ± 6.0
A.21 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active energy,
caused by subharmonics presence in ac circuits, do not exceed values given in Table A.29
Table A.29
Current value for meters
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
0.5 Ib 0.5 Irnom 1.0 ± 0.6 ± 1.5 ± 3.0 ± 6.0
A.22 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by influence of electromagnet through which dc current is running, creating
magnetomotive force 1000 A/turns, do not exceed values given in Table A.30, A.31.
Table A.30
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δРcomp, %, for active
Current value for meters
energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
Table A.31
Current value for meters
sin ϕ Complementary error limits δQ comp, %, for reactive
energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
A.23 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by external 0.5 mtesla ac magnetic field, created by current of the same
frequency as that applied to the meter at the most unfavorable phase and direction, do not exceed
values given in Table A.32, A.33.
Table A.32
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 0.5 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
Table A.33
sin ϕ Complementary error limits δQ comp, %,
Current value for meters for reactive energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
A.24 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by 10 V/m radiofrequency electromagnetic field, do not exceed values given in
Table A.34, A.35.
30 V/m radiofrequency electromagnetic fields influence at current absence in circuits
does not cause dial mechanism transformation for more than x units and signal appearance at test
output equivalent to more than x units. x value is calculated by the formulae (A.1):
x=10-6•m•Unom•Imax, (A.1)
where m – measuring units quantity;
Unom – nominal voltage, V;
Imax – maximum current, A.
Table A.34
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
Table A.35
Current value for meters
sin ϕ Complementary error limits δQ comp, %,
for reactive energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
A.25 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by conducted interference according to GOST R 52320-2005, generated by
radiofrequency fields, do not exceed values given in Table A.36, A.37.
Table A.36
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2

Ib Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0


Table A.37
sin ϕ Complementary error limits δQ comp, %,
Current value for meters for reactive energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
A.26 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by nanosecond pulse interference according to GOST R 52320-2005, do not
exceed values given in Table A.38, A.39.
Table A.38
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for meters for active energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 4.0 ± 6.0
Table A.39
sin ϕ Complementary error limits δQ comp, %,
Current value for meters for reactive energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2
Ib Inom 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 4.0 ± 4.0
A.27 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by vibrational dying out interference according to GOST R 52320-2005, for
meters, connected via transformers, do not exceed values given in Table A40, A.41.
Table A.40
соs ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for transformer connection meters for active energy accuracy class meters
0.2S 0.5S 1 2
Inom 1.0 ± 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 3.0
Table 41
sin ϕ Complementary error limits δР comp, %,
Current value for transformer connection meters for reactive energy accuracy class meters
0.5 1 2
Inom 1.0 ± 2.0 ± 2.0 ± 4.0
A.28 Voltage failures and short-time notching according to GOST R 52320-2005 do not
cause dial mechanism transformation for more than x units and test output does not produce
signal equivalent to more than x units. x value is calculated by the formulae (A.1).

A.29 Average temperature coefficient considering Cl. A.4.4 while measuring active
energy, active power does not exceed limits given in Table A.42, while measuring reactive
energy, power does not exceed limits given in Table A.43, while measuring apparent power,
voltage, current does not exceed limits given in Table A.44, while measuring energy loss does
not exceed limits given in Table 45.
Table A.42
соs ϕ Average temperature coefficient while
Current value for meters measuring active energy, %/К, for accuracy
class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S 0.5S 1 2
0.1Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 1.0 ± 0.01 ± 0.03 ± 0.05 ± 0.10
0.2Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.10Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind) ± 0.02 ± 0.05 ± 0.07 ± 0.15
Table A.43
sin ϕ Average temperature coefficient while
Current value for meters measuring reactive energy, %/К, for
accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.5 1 2
0.1Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom ≤ I ≤ Imax 1.0 ± 0.03 ± 0.05 ± 0.10
0.2Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.10Inom≤ I ≤ Imax 0.5 (ind), ± 0.05 ± 0.07 ± 0.15
0.5 (cap)
Table A.44
Average temperature coefficient while measuring apparent power,
Current value for meters
voltage, current, %/К, for active/reactive energy accuracy class meters
direct transformer 0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2/2
connected operated
0.1Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom≤ I ≤ ± 0.03 ± 0.05 ± 0.10 ± 0.10
Imax
Table A.45
Average temperature coefficient while measuring energy
Current value for meters loss, %/К, for active/reactive energy accuracy class meters
direct connected transformer operated 0.2S/0.5 0.5S/1 1/2 2/2
0.1Ib ≤ I ≤ Imax 0.05Inom≤ I ≤ Imax ± 0.10 ± 0.20 ± 0.20 ± 0.20

A.30 Accepted value limits of complimentary error while measuring active and reactive
energy, caused by standard (according to Cl. 3.1.7) relative humidity change for limit one
(according to Cl. 3.1.8) at nominal (basic) current, nominal voltage and power factor equal to 1,
do not exceed 3δcomp
A.31 Resistance to electrostatic discharge.
Electrostatic discharge does not cause dial mechanism transformation for more than x
units and test output does not produce signal equivalent to more than x units. x value is
calculated by the formulae (A.1).
A.32 Resistance to microsecond high-energy pulse interference.
Applied microsecond high-energy pulse interference do not cause dial mechanism
transformation for more than x units and test output does not produce signal equivalent to more
than x units. x value is calculated by the formulae (A.1).
ANNEX B
(compulsory)
Overall dimensions
173

ДСТП
ANNEX C
(compulsory)
Meter connection diagrams

Transformer connection meters


terminal block marking

Direct connection meters


terminal block marking

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Note – terminals 1-11 numeration – conventional
CE 304 57.7V 1-1.5A; CE 304 220V 5-7.5A
meters connection diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

G 2 L

3
0

CE 304 57.7V 1-1.5A; CE 304 57.7V 5-7.5A


meters connection diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1
2
3
( ) 0
G
1
2 L
3
CE 304 220V 5-50A; CE 304 220V 10-100A
meters connection diagram

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1
L
G 2

3
0

Note – jumpers between contacts 1-2, 4-5, 7-8 are arranged on the terminal block.
ANNEX D
(compulsory)
Diagrams of interface CE 304 meter connection to PC COM-port

Diagram of EIA485 interface CE 304 meter connection to PC COM-port

СЕ 304 EIA485 PC
Adapter СОМ-port
Circuit Cont EIA485/ЕIA232 Cont Circuit
А ТхD
А 4 3 ТхD
В RхD
B 3 2 RхD
GND
Vcc 6 5 GND
RTS
GND 5 7 RTS
Recommendations on meter and external modem setting while
data transmission via modem connection.

For operation with modem meters with interfaces EIA232 and EIA485 may be used.

Diagram of EIA485 interface CE 304 meter connection to PC COM-port via modems.

carrying medium

Modem cable
Information-
Adapter
EIA485/ Modem 2 PC
Meter EIA232 Modem 1

СОМ-port
Cont Circ A TxD Circ Cont
4 A B RxD TxD 2(3)
EIA485

3 B RxD 3(2)
5B GND
6 Vcc GND 5(7)
GND
5 GND

Notes
1 Adapter EIA485/232 shall have a function of communication mode automatic switch.
2 Given meter connection to adapter is true at short line (up to 5 m). At long lines and group
connection the diagram given in Figure 4.5 of this manual should be used.
3 Modem 1 contact numbers, given in brackets, refer to 25 pin connector, without brackets – 9
pin connector.

Diagram of EIA232 interface CE 304 meter connection to PC COM-port via modems. Modem cable
carrying medium
Information –

Modem 2 PC
Meter Modem 1
СОМ-port

Cont Circ Circ Cont


4 TxD RxD 2(3)
EIA232

3 RxD TxD 3(2)


2 RTS RTS 7(4)
5 GND GND 5(7)

Notes
1 Modem 1 contact numbers, given in brackets, refer to 25 pin connector, without
brackets – 9 pin connector.
2 For operation with modem, transmitting data via phone line RTS signal is not required.
Meter setting up
1 Set operating exchange speed at which the exchange will be accomplished considering
phone line quality.
2 Set parameter “Interface activity time” (in seconds) so as to provide meter activity
between meter response and the next computer command acquisition via phone line. Parameter
value depends on phone line quality.
Modem setting up
Modem setting for meter is accomplished with terminal program, for example Hyper
Terminal (is included into standard Windows delivery set).
Modem setting for computer is accomplished with meter service program. Additional
setting up may be accomplished with AT – commands, recorded in the string of program redial
module initialization.
Modem setting up with Hyper Terminal program
1 Connect modem to the computer.
2 Run Hyper Terminal program – hypertrm.exe
3 At request for connection type choose “Direct connection”, giving number of COM-
port, to which modem is connected.
4 Check connection with modem, typing AT command and pressing the button “ENTER”
(hereinafter - <CR>). At successful connection modem will response OK.
5 Set the exchange mode. To do this, press the button “Properties” at the toolbar. In the
opened connection properties window press the button “Settings”. In COM-port properties set
the following values:
Speed (bit/sec) Choose the speed set in meter settings
Cl. 1
Data bits 8
Parity No
Stop bits 1
6 Set initial modem configuration with command AT&F<CR>, modem autoanswer –
ATS0=1<CR>, DTR ignoring – AT&D0<CR>, flow control lock - AT&K0<CR> (is not typed
for GSM-modem).
7 This item instructions refer only to GSM-modem:
™ set the speed, given in meter settings Cl. 1, for example 9600 baud –
AT+IPR=9600<CR> (it is necessary to find out accepted exchange speeds from cellular
communication network operator);
™ set 8-bit mode of exchange with one stop bit without parity control –
AT+ICF=3.4<CR>;
™ block flow control – AT+IFC=0.0<CR>;
™ in case GSM-modem is not registered in the network (led is not flashing in
accordance with modem description or on command AT+CREG? <CR> modem generates the
second parameter equal to zero) after it is turned on, it is necessary to enter PIN code –
AT+CPIN=PIN<CR> and set PIN code override mode at modem turning on –
AT+CLCK=”SC”,0,PIN<CR>, where PIN – PIN code, attached to SIM card (study cellular
communication operator instruction, as the triple improper code input blocks SIM card).
8 Give the downloaded configuration number at modem power-on – AT&Y0<CR>,
block AT-command answerback outputting – ATQ1<CR>, set “Echo” block mode –
ATE0<CR>.
9 Store settings performed – AT&W<CR>.
Note
1 Modem shall answer “OK” on all the commands except last three. Set modes may be
viewed by command AT&V<CR>, input of which, like that of Cl.9, is not displayed.
2 Settings are given for modem ACORP 56K and GSM-modem FASTRACK
WAVECOM. Different modems AT command typing is peculiar and may differ from that given
above. All the commands are described in the concrete modem model documentation.
3 For operation (selective reading and programming) with radio modem “Integral-
160/2400” CJSC “Integral” (Kazan) no radio modem settings but intrinsic addressing mode
shutdown are required (see radio modem documentation). The meter must be set for radio
modem operating speed.
ANNEX E
(compulsory)

Data formats for exchange via interface


Table E1
Parameter Parameter value Type Parameter Description
name
MAINS QUALITY GROUP
VOLTA () RC Active voltage value
(XX.XX) О Three samename voltage parameters:
the first - phase A parameter;
the second - phase B parameter;
the third - phase C parameter;
Voltage values are given out in Volts considering transformation
ratio of voltage FCVOL.
CURRE () RC Active current value
(XX.XX) О Three samename current parameters:
the first - phase A;
the second - phase B;
the third – phase C.
Current values are given out in Amperes considering transformation
ratio of current FCCUR.
POWEz () RC Instant power value.
(XX.XX) О Four samename power parameters:
the first - phase A;
the second - phase B;
the third - phase C;
the fourth –total (of three-phase mains).
Power values are given out considering transformation ratio of
voltage FCVOL and current FCCUR in kW, kVAr or kVА
depending on type of power z,
Where z: P - active;
Q - reactive;
S - apparent;
L - energy loss.

COS_f ( ) (X.XXX) RC Active power factor value


О Four samename parameters of active power factors:
The first - phase A;
The second - phase B;
The third – phase C;
The fourth - total (of three-phase mains)

SIN_f () RC Reactive power factor value:


(X.XXX) О Four samename parameters of reactive power factors:
the first - phase A;
the second - phase B;
the third - phase C;
the fourth - total (of three-phase mains)
CORUU () RC Value of angles between phases voltage vectors
(XXX.X) О Three samename parameters of angles between different phase
voltage vectors, in the range ±180.0º:
the first - between vectors of phases A and B;
the second - between vectors of phases B and C;
the third - between vectors of phases C and A.
CORIU () RC Value of angles between voltage and phase current
vectors
Three samename parameters of angles between vectors of one
(XXX.X) О phase current and voltage, in the range ±180.0º:
the first - phase A;
the second - phase B;
the third - phase C.

FREQU () RC Mains frequency value


(XX.XX) О Mains frequency in Hz

ENERGY ACCUMULATION GROUP


ENTzz () RC Request for progressive total energy values per register, where zz –
calculation machine channel number from 01 to 06
(zz = 00 - all channels).
(nn) RC Request for progressive total concrete register energy values, where
nn - number in the list of registers.

(nn,kk) RC Request for progressive total several registers energy values, where
kk – tariffs quantity, starting with nn.
(XX.XX) О Energy in kW•h or kVAr•h (max. 8 samename parameters).
The list of tariff registers:
1 - total (Tariff #1 … Tariff #5);
2 - time Tariff #1;
3 - time Tariff #2;
4 - time Tariff #3;
5 - time Tariff #4;
6 - additional time Tariff #5;
7 – according to the first condition (Tariff #6);
8 – according to the second condition (Tariff #7).
DATEM () RC Request for all array of month energy fixation dates. Dates in the
array are in descending order, starting with the current month.
(nn) RC Request for one value from the month energy fixation date array,
where
nn - number in the date array (starting with 1).
(nn,kk) RC Request for several values from the month energy fixation date
array, where
kk - dates quantity, starting with nn - numbers in the date array.
(mm.yy) О Month energy fixation dates (max. 13 samename parameters),
where
mm - month, yy - year.
ENMzz () RC Request for progressive total energy values in the end of a month
for all months per register, in order of month energy accumulation
date array sequence, where zz - calculating machine channel
number from 01 to 06
(zz = 00 - all channels).
(mm.yy) RC Request for progressive total energy values in the end of a month
for a concrete month per register, where mm - month, yy - year.
(mm.yy,nn) RC Request for progressive total concrete register energy values in the
end of a month for a concrete month, where
nn - number in the list of tariffs (starting with 1).
(mm.yy, RC Request for progressive total several registers energy values in the
nn,kk) end of a month for a concrete month, where
kk - tariffs quantity, starting with nn.
(XX.XX) О Energy in kW•h or kVAr•h (maximum 8 samename parameters).
The list of tariff registers:
1 - total (Tariff #1 … Tariff #5);
2 - time Tariff #1;
3 - time Tariff #2;
4 - time Tariff #3;
5 - time Tariff #4;
6 - additional time Tariff #5;
7 – according to the first condition (Tariff #6);
8 - on the second condition (Tariff #7).
() RC Request for power maximum values of calculator channels, for all
months per register, in order of month energy fixation dates
sequence, where
zz - calculator channel number from 01 to 04
(zz = 00 - all channels).
MAXzz (mm.yy) RC Request for power maximum values for a concrete month per tariff,
where
mm.yy - month and year.

(mm.yy, RC Request for concrete tariff power maximum values for a concrete
nn) month, where
nn - number in the list of registers.

mm.yy,nn,kk) RC Request for several tariffs power maximum values for a concrete
month, where
kk - tariffs quantity, starting with nn.

(dd,hh:mm,X.ХX) О Power maximum value (kW or kVAr) averaged in the time period
determined by parameter TAVER (max. 5 parameters), where
dd,hh:mm - day, hour and minute of maximum fixation.
The list of tariff registers:
1 - time Tariff #1;
2 - time Tariff #2;
3 - time Tariff #3;
4 - time Tariff #4;
5 - additional time Tariff #5.
() RC Request for day energy fixation date array. Dates in the array are in
descending order, starting with the current day.

DATED (nn) RC Request for one value from day energy fixation date array, where
nn - number in the date array (starting with 1).

(nn,kk) RC Request for several values from day energy fixation date array,
where
kk – dates quantity, starting with nn - numbers in the date array.

(dd.mm. О Day energy fixation dates (max. 46 samename parameters), where


yy) dd - date, mm - month, yy – year.

() RC Request for progressive total energy values in the end of a day for
all the day per register, in order of day energy accumulation date
array sequence, where
zz - calculator channel number from 01 to 06
(zz = 00 - all channels).
ENDzz (dd.mm. RC Request for progressive total energy values in the end of a day for a
yy) concrete day per register, where dd - date, mm - month, yy - year.
(dd.mm. RC Request for progressive total concrete register energy values in the
yy,nn) end of a day for a concrete day, where nn - number in the list of
tariffs (starting with 1).
(dd.mm. RC Request for progressive total several registers energy values in the
yy,nn,kk) end of a day for a concrete day, where kk - tariffs quantity, starting
with nn.
(XX.XX) О Energy in kW•h or kVAr•h (maximum 8 samename parameters).
The list of tariff registers:
1 - total (Tariff #1 … Tariff #5);
2 - time Tariff #1;
3 - time Tariff #2;
4 - time Tariff #3;
5 - time Tariff #4;
6 - additional time Tariff #5;
7 – according to the first condition (Tariff #6);
8 – according to the second condition (Tariff #7).

EAVER () RC Energy in kW•h or kVAr•h accumulated from the beginning of a


current averaging interval (parameter TAVER). Only 6 samename
(XX.XX) О parameters

() RC Predicted power in kW or kVAr, averaged from the beginning of a


current averaging interval (parameter TAVER) till current time. It is
PAVER (XX.XX) О given analogue to EAVER.

REAL TIME CLOCK GROUP


TIME_ (hh:mm:ss) WI Current time, where
() RC hh – hours, mm – minutes, ss – seconds
(hh:mm:ss) О
DATE_ (ww.dd.mm.yy) WI Current date, where
() RC ww – weekday (00-Su,01-Mo,02-Tu,03-We,04-Th,05-Fr,06-Sa)
(ww.dd.mm.yy) О dd – date, mm – month, yy –year
CORTI (±XX) WI Calibration factor for clock rate adjustment from 0 to 31 with the
() RC sign.
(±XX) О
CFGSW (XXX) WI Summer/winter time switch configuration.
() RC Value consists of one-byte binary number, where
(XXX) О lower half-byte - summertime switch month number;
upper half-byte - wintertime switch month number;
0 - switch is blocked.
TARIFFICATION GROUP
GRFzz (hh:mm :тт) WI Day tariffication graph, where
zz – graph number from 01 to 36.
() RC
Each graph contains 15 samename parameters (15 tariff switches),
(hh:mm:тт) О
is transmitted as an array, where
hh:mm - hours, minutes of the tariff activity beginning;
тт - tariff number
0 - no switch;
1 - time Tariff #1;
2 - time Tariff #2;
3 - time Tariff #3;
4 - time Tariff #4.
If zz = 00 is set while reading, all day tariffication graphs are given
out consequently.
SESON (dd-mm- WI Season programs writing (12 programs in total), where dd-mm -
Su-Mo-Tu-We-Th-Fr- date, month of season beginning, Su-Mo-Tu-We-Th-Fr-Sa - day
Sa) tariffication graph numbers (from 01 to 36) for corresponding week
days. Are transmitted as an array.
() RC Request for parameters of all season program array.
(nn) RC Request for parameters of one season program,
where nn - program number in the array
(starting with 1).
(nn,kk) RC Request for parameters of several season programs, where kk -
program quantity, starting with nn.
(dd-mm- О Season program (maximum 12 samename parameters).
Su-Mo-Tu-We-Th-Fr-
Sa)
EXDAY (dd.mm.Ex) WI Exceptional (non-standard) tariffication day writing (only 32 days),
where
dd.mm - date, month;
Ex – this day tariffication graph number (from 01 to 36). Are
transmitted as an array.
() RC Request for parameters of all exceptional day array.
(nn) RC Request for one exceptional day parameters,
Where nn - number of day in the array (starting with 1).
(nn,kk) RC Request for parameters of several exceptional days,
Where kk – days quantity, starting with nn.
(dd.mm.Is) О Exceptional (non-standard) tariffication day
(maximum 32 samename parameters).
PROFILE ACCUMULATION GROUP
PRFzz (XXXX) WI Day profile configuration, where
() RС zz - profile number from 01 to 16.
(XXXX) О Value consists of 2 byte binary number, where
lower byte - time interval in minutes from line 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10,
12, 15, 20, 30, 60;
upper byte - 6 l. bits - event number from 1 to 63, Table E.8;
- 2 upper bits - event process condition (0..3).
If the time interval or number of event is equal to 0 - the given
profile accumulation is turned off.
If zz = 00 is set while reading, all profiles configurations are given
out consequently.
DPRzz () RC Request for day profile date array,
where zz - profile number from 01 to 16 (zz = 00 - all profiles).
Dates in the array are in descending order, starting with the current
day. The maximum quantity of dates in a profile depends on a time
interval in PRFzz configuration (0-1, 1-11, 2-22, 3-33, 4-44, 5-56,
6-67, 10-112, 12-134, 15-168, 20-224, 30-336, 60-512).
(nn) RC Request for one value from day profile date array, where nn -
number of date in array (starting with 1).
(nn,kk) RC Request for several values from day profile date array where kk –
dates quantity, starting with
nn number in the array.
(dd.mm.yy,c) О Day profile dates, where
dd.mm.yy – date, month, year;
c – optional characteristic
(n – profile is turned off).
VPRzz () RC Request for day profile event values for all day, in order of DPRzz
day profile array sequence, where
zz - profile number from 01 to 16
(zz = 00 - all profiles).

(dd.mm.yy) RC Request for day profile event values for a concrete day, where dd -
date, mm - month, yy - year.
Profile event values quantity in a day is equal to 1440/tу ,
where tу - time interval in the PRFzz profile configuration.
(dd.mm.yy,nn) RC Request for concrete profile event value for a concrete day, where
nn - value number in a day (starting with 1).

(dd.mm.yy,nn,kk) RC Request for several values of profile event for a concrete day, where
kk – values quantity, starting with nn.

(XX.XX,c) О Profile event value, where


n – optional characteristic;
p – profile is turned off;
a – no measurement (meter is switched off);
i – incomplete measurement;
no – complete measurement.

D25zz () RC Additional hour profile from 02:00 till 03:00 of wintertime switch
day date, where zz - profile number from 01 to 16 (zz = 00 - all
(dd.mm.yy,p) О profiles);
dd.mm.yy - date, month, year (00.00.00 – there was no switch);
c - optional characteristic (n – profile is turned off).

V25zz () RC Request for additional hour profile from 02:00 till 03:00 event
values of wintertime switch day, where
zz - profile number from 01 to 16 (zz = 00 - all profiles). Additional
hour profile event values quantity is equal to 60/tу,
where tу - time interval in PRFzz profile configuration.

(XX.XX,c) О Profile event value, where c - optional characteristic:


n – the profile is turned off;
a – there was no measurement;
i – incomplete measurement;
no - complete measurement.

GAGE PARAMETERS GROUP


FCCUR (XX.ХXX) WI Primary current circuit transformation ratio from 1 to 10000.
() RC Decimal point must be transmitted while parameter writing.
(XX.ХXX) О
FCVOL (XX.ХXX) WI Primary voltage circuit transformation ratio from 1 to 10000.
() RC Decimal point must be transmitted while parameter writing.
(XX.ХXX) О
RESzz (XX.XXX) WI Electric main phase wire resistance from 0 up to 10000 Ohm, where
() RC zz - phase number from 01 to 03.
(XX.XXX) О Decimal point must be transmitted while parameter writing.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all phases resistances are given out
consequently.
KANzz (XX…XX) WI Calculator channels energy type configuration, where zz - channel
number from 01 to 06.
() RC Value consists of 16-bit binary number,
(XX…XX) О set bit adds energy type to the channel, where
Bit 0 - energy active "Ai" (quadrant I, IV);
Bit 1 - energy active "Ae" (quadrant II, III);
Bit 2 - energy reactive "R1" (quadrant I);
Bit 3 - energy reactive "R2" (quadrant II);
Bit 4 - energy reactive "R3" (quadrant III);
Bit 5 - energy reactive "R4" (quadrant IV);
Bit 6 - energy loss "Li" (quadrant I, IV);
Bit 7 - energy loss "Le" (quadrant II, III);
Bit 8 - energy of pulse input "IN1";
Bit 9 - energy of pulse input "IN2";
Bit 10 - energy of pulse input "IN3";
Bit 11 - energy of pulse input "IN4";
Bits 12, 13, 14, 15 - a reserve.
For unidirectional meters:
Channel 1 always has type - "Ai+Ae".
For bidirectional meters:
Channel 1 always has type - "Ai";
Channel 2 always has type - "Ae".
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all calculator channels
configurations are given out consequently.

TELzz (XX…XX) WI Pulse outputs configuration, where


() RC zz - output number from 01 to 08.
(XX…XX) О Value consists of two-byte binary number, where
lower byte - event number for output from 0 to 32, Table E.7;
upper byte - output pulse width in msec:
0 - meander;
from 1 to 127 - a positive pulse;
from-1 to-127 - a negative pulse.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - configurations of all pulse outputs
are given out consequently.
TMDIR (XXX) WI Pulse outputs direct control.
() RC Value consists of eight-bit binary number, where
(XXX) О bits 0 … 7 - correspond to pulse outputs 1 … 8;
Bit condition equal to "0" - pulse output is disconnected, bit
condition equal to "1" - pulse output is closed.
TMTzz (XX) WI Pulse outputs day time control switches, where zz - switch number
() RC from 01 to 04.
(XX) О Each switch contains day tariffication graph number
(from 01 to 36).
In the day graph the tariff number corresponds:
0, 3, 4 - no switch;
1 - pulse output is disconnected;
2 - pulse output is closed;
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all switches are given out
consequently.

INMzz (XX…XX) WI Pulse inputs configuration, where


() RC zz - input number from 01 to 04.
(XX…XX) О Value consists of two-byte binary
number, where
lower byte - input mode:
0 - input is turned off;
1 – trailing edge operation;
2 - leading edge operation;
3 - both edges operation.
Upper byte - pulse input filter constant, in ms
from 1 to 255. 0 - 200 ms.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all pulse inputs configurations are
given out consequently.

INCzz (XXXXX) WI Pulse inputs constants (pulse quantity per kW•h) from 1 to 65535,
() RC where
(XXXXX) О zz - input number from 01 to 04.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - constants of all pulse inputs are
given out consequently.
INSzz (XX.XXX) WI Pulse input primary circuit transformation ratio from 1 up to
() RC 1000000, where
(XX.XXX) О zz - input number from 01 to 04.
Decimal point must be transmitted while parameter writing.
If zz = 00 is set while reading – transformation ratios of all pulse
inputs are given out consequently.
LEVUP (XXX) WI Upper accepted voltage value, of Unom in %, for event formation
() RC (from 0 to 130).
(XXX) О
LEVDN (XXX) WI Lower accepted voltage value, of Unom in %, for event formation
() RC (from 0 to 130).
(XXX) О
TAVER (XX) WI Power averaging interval for analysis, in minutes from line 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
() RC 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, 60.
(XX) О
LIMzz (XX.XXХ) WI Calculator channel power limit in kW (kVAr) in averaging interval
() RC TAVER,
(XX.XXХ) О Where zz - channel number from 01 to 04.
Each limit contains 4 parameters of the maximum powers for time
tariffs ( #1 … #4), are transmitted as an array. Decimal point must
be transmitted while parameter writing.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all energy-channel power limits are
given out consequently.

CONDI (XXX) WI Meter operation mode.


() RC Value consists of eight-bit binary number, where bit 0 = 0 -
(XXX) О programming is authorized after pressing button "ACCESS";
= 1 - programming is allowed without pressing button
"ACCESS" (system meter);
Bit 1 = 0 - reserve;
= 1 - reserve;
Bit 2 = 0 - standard mode of data output via interface;
= 1 – output of the subsequent samename parameters
without the name;
Bit 3 = 0 - BCC control of exchange via interfaces
(control sum);
= 1 - CRC-16 control of exchange via interfaces
(polynom 8005);
Bit 4 = 0 –selective reading
without password;
= 1 - for selective reading
password is necessary;
Bit 5 = 0 – indication reset to group
"TOTAL" is blocked;
= 1 – indication reset to group
"TOTAL" is allowed;
Bit 6 = 0 - accumulated energy values empting with button
is allowed;
= 1 - accumulated energy values empting with button
is blocked;
Bit 7 = 0 - reserve;
= 1 - reserve.
PRTzz (XXX) WI Protocol type and access to record via port.
() RC Value consists of eight-bit binary number, where
(XXX) О Bit 0 … 2 = 0.1 - protocol IEC1107-96;
= 2 … 7 - reserve;
Bit 3 = 0 – writing via port is allowed;
= 1 – writing via port is blocked;
Bit 4 … 7 - reserve.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all port protocol types are given out
consequently.
ACTzz (XX) WI Time of interface activity in seconds from 2 to 120,
() RC where zz - port number from 01 to 02.
(XX) О If zz = 00 is set while reading - times of all ports activity are given
out consequently.
SPDzz (XX) WI Working speed of exchange via interface (OPTO, ЕIA232,
() RC EIA485),
(XX) О where zz - port number from 01 to 02.
0-300 bit per second; 1 - 600 bit per second;
2-1200 bit per second; 3 - 2400 bit per second;
4-4800 bit per second; 5 - 9600 bit per second;
6-18200 bit per second; 7 - 38400 bit per second;
8-57600 bit per second; 9 - 115200 bit per second.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - speeds of all ports are given out
consequently.
DLYzz (XXX) WI Time of answer delay in ms from 0 to 255,
() RC where zz - port number from 01 to 02.
(XXX) О If zz = 00 is set while reading - times of all port delays are given
out consequently.
IDPAS (XX…XX) WI Meter identifier
() RC (P0 in accordance with GOST R IEC 61107-2001), up to 24
(XX…XX) О symbols.
PSWzz (XX…XX) WI Meter password (P1 in accordance with GOST R IEC 61107-2001),
up to 8 symbols,
Where zz - password number from 01 to 04
Only customer’s password changes. Manager having Password #1,
can change any password. Empty password (having zero length) is
considered to be turned off. Password #1 cannot be empty.
CRWzz (XXX,XXX) WI Configuration of parameter groups for reading / writing with
() RC corresponding password, where
zz - configuration number for password from 01 to 04
(XXX,XXX) О Configurations are programmed only by Manager having
Password #1. Value consists of two 16-bit binary numbers.
Configuration #1 - a mask of parameter groups given out while
reading the general data array. Set bit of the augend includes group
parameters output (Table E.5). Set bit of the addend includes
corresponding acquisition profile output (Table E.6).
Configurations #2, #3, #4 - masks of parameter groups allowed
for selective reading and writing with corresponding password. Set
bit of the augend includes the group parameters reading allowance
(Table E.5). Set bit of the addend includes group parameters
programming allowance (TableE.3).
If zz = 00 is set while reading - configurations for all passwords are
given out consequently.

TECHNOLOGICAL GROUP
MODEL (X) WI Meter model:
() RC Value consists of eight-bit binary number, where
Bit 0 … 2 = 0 - 1А, 57.7V, 50000 imp/kW•h;
(X) О = 1 - 5А, 57.7V, 10000 imp/kW•h ;
= 2 - 1А, 220V, 20000 imp/kW•h;
= 3 - 5А, 220V, 4000 imp/kW•h;
= 4 - 5-50А, 220V, 800 imp/kW•h;
= 5 - 10-100А, 220V, 400 imp/kW•h;
Bit 3 … 6 - reserve;
Bit 7 = 0 – 2 - metering directions;
= 1 – 1- metering direction.

CONST () RC Meter constant


(XXXXX) О (imp/kW•h, imp/kVAr•h)
CPUzz (XXXXX) WI Voltage conversion factor,
() RC where zz - phase number from 01 to 03;
(XXXXX) О zz = 04 - support voltage conversion factor.
If zz = 00 is set while reading - all phase factors are given out
consequently.
CPIzz (XXXXX) WI Current conversion factor ,
() RC where zz - phase number from 01 to 03.
(XXXXX) О If zz = 00 is set while reading - all phase factors are given out
consequently.
CERzz (XXXXX) WI Angle error correction factor,
() RC where zz - phase number from 01 to 03.
(XXXXX) О If zz = 00 is set while reading - all phase factors are given out
consequently.
QUART (±XXXX) WI Basic quartz-crystal resonator error correction factor (with the
() RC sign).
(±XXXX) О
SNUMB (XX…XX) WI Meter serial number, up to 16 symbols.
() RC
(XX…XX) О
OTHER PARAMETERS GROUP
INCNT () RC Four samename parameters. Pulse quantity stored with progressive
(XX…XX) О total by pulse inputs 1 - 4.
MAGzz () RC Request for all log records, where
zz = 01 - log of meter problems, Table E.2;
zz = 02 - log of programmable parameters, Table E.3;
zz = 03 - log of parameter value deviations, Table E.4;
zz = 00 - all logs.
Records in logs are in descending order by dates, starting with the
last one.
(nn) RC Request for a concrete log record, where
nn - log record number (starting with 1).
(nn,kk) RC Request for several log records, where
kk – record quantity, starting with nn.
(dd.mm. О Log record value (max. 40 records), where dd.mm.yy - date, month
yy, and year of writing;
hh:mm, hh:mm – hours and minutes of writing.
XXXXX)
LOGzz () RC Request for all recorder records, where
zz = 01 … 12 - recorders of programmable parameters, Table E.3;
zz = 13 - calculator channels data sanitizing;
zz = 14 - access passwords sanitizing;
zz = 15 - recorder «Unexpected hardware reset»;
zz = 16 - recorder « Meter switching off»;
zz = 17 - recorder « Meter switching on»;
zz = 00 - all recorders.
Records in recorders are in descending order by dates, starting with
the last one.
(dd.mm. О Recorder record value (max. 3 records), where dd.mm.yy - date,
yy, month and year of writing;
hh:mm, hh:mm – hours and minutes of writing;
YY,XXXX YY – information (for programmable parameters - active password)
XXXX – record number (from 0 to 9999).
FWDAT () RC Meter software linkage version and date, where
(ver X.X, О ver X.X - weave version;
Mmm dd yyyy) Mmm dd yyyy - Month, date and year of linkage.

STAT_ () RC Meter condition. Value consists of two


(XXX, XXX) O 16- bit binary numbers, where
Augend digit:
Bit 0 – power lithium cell is discharged;
Bit 1 - real time clock problems;
Bit 2 - problems with gage parameters;
Bit 3 - problems with controller parameters;
Bit 4 - problems with accumulated energy;
Bit 5 - problems with accumulated profiles;
Bit 6 - day time correction is allowed;
Bit 7 - season according to clock "Summer" =1, "Winter" =0;
Bit 8 - wrong passwords limit is exceeded;
Bit 9 - any channel power limit is exceeded;
Bit 10 - any phase voltage is out of access or is absent;
Bit 11-13 - active time tariff;
Bit 14 - unexpected hardware reset;
Bit 15 – real time clock worked against "deadlock".
Addend digit:
Bit 0, 1 - active energy direction
(00-is not present, 01-imported, 10-exported, 11-both);
Bit 2, 3 - reactive energy direction
(00-is not present, 01-imported, 10-exported, 11-both);
Bit 4 - 7 - condition of pulse inputs from 1 to 4 (0-dead, 1-closed);
Bit 8 - 15 - condition of pulse outputs from 1 to 8 (0-dead, 1-
closed).
INFORMATION MESSAGES GROUP
(ERR11) E The command is not supported by the device. Received
command is not supported and was ignored (for example -
command W2)
(ERR12) E Unknown parameter name.
Unsets in case of:
• parameter absence in the list;
• attempt of writing a non-programmable parameter;
• request for value of parameter inaccessible for reading.
(ERR13) E Wrong structure of parameter. Unsets if parameter format does
not comply with the description.
(ERR14) E Button "ACCESS" is not pressed. Parameters writing into the
meter memory is impossible. It is necessary to remove the seal from
the button "ACCESS" and switch the meter into the programming
mode.
(ERR15) E Access denied. There is no parameter in the list of parameters
allowed for reading / writing with the given password.
(ERR16) E No rights for programming. Programming inhibit for port or
jumper is absent on pc board for technological parameters writing.
(ERR17) E Inaccessible parameter value. Parameter value is out of accessible
interval.
(ERR18) E Requested parameter value does not exist. There is no requested
date in the list of profile dates or accumulated energy.
(ERR30) E The parameter is not written. Problems with parameter value
writing (reduced supply voltage).
(ERR31) E The parameter is not written. Problems with parameter value
writing (failure of exchange with parameters memory).
(ERR32) E The parameter is not written. Problems with parameter value
writing (parameters memory reading control errors).
(ERR33) E The parameter is not written. Problems with parameter value
writing (parameters memory writing errors).
(ERR34) E Time is not written. Problems with real time clock value writing.
(ERR35) E Profile value is not written. Problems with value writing into
profile data memory (no availability of Data Flash writing).
Notes:
1 Type “WI” - writing instruction, direction to the meter;
Type “RC” – read command (request for the meter parameters output);
Type "O" – the meter response to read command;
Type "E" - the meter response (information message).
2 All numbers transmitted via interfaces, are represented decimally.
Table E.2 - PROBLEM LOG VALUES CODING
Bit Event description
0 Real time clock failure (tariffication is impossible)
1 System time group problems (last measurement energy may not be metered)
2 Technological group problems (no energy metering)
3 Gage parameters group problems (no energy metering)
4 Interface exchange group problems (exchange parameters are doubtful)
5 Tariffication group problems (no tariff metering)
6 Basic data problems (active tariff energy accumulation group is doubtful)
7 Additional data problems (average power maximums and active profile
records are doubtful)
8 Log group problems (log information is doubtful)
9 Unexpected hardware reset
10 Profile data storage problems.
11…15 Reserve
TABLE E.3 – PARAMETER PROGRAMMING LOG VALUE CODING
Bit Recorder Event description
number
0 1 Parameters of RTC (date, time, calibration, summer/winter switch)
– DATE_, TIME_, CORTI, CFGSW
1 2 Tariffication parameters (seasons, exceptional days, graphs)
– GRFzz, SESON, EXDAY
2 3 Interface exchange parameters
– CONDI, PRTzz, SPDzz, ACTzz, DLYzz, IDPAS, PSWzz, CRWzz
3 4 Configuration of discrete outputs
– TELzz, TMTzz
4 5 Configuration of discrete inputs
– INMzz, INCzz, INSzz
5 6 Profile configuration (profile data are reset)
– PRFzz
6 7 Phase wires resistance
– RESzz
7 8 Reserve
8 9 Voltage levels, averaging time, average power limits
– LEVUP, LEVDN, TAVER, LIMzz
9 10 Primary circuit transformation ratio
– FCVOL, FCCUR
10 11 Calculator channels configuration
– KANzz
11 12 Technological parameters
– MODEL, CPUzz, CPIzz, CERzz, QUART, SNUMB
12 Active Password #1
13 Active Password #2
14 Active Password #3
15 Active Password #4

TABLE E.4 - PARAMETER DEVIATION LOG VALUE CODING


Bit Event description
0 Phase A is dead (phase voltage is less than 5% rated)
1 Phase B is dead (phase voltage is less than 5% rated )
2 Phase C is dead (phase voltage is less than 5% rated )
3 Phase A voltage is less than that set by parameter LEVDN
4 Phase B voltage is less than that set by parameter LEVDN
5 Phase C voltage is less than that set by parameter LEVDN
6 Phase A voltage is more than that set by parameter LEVUP
7 Phase B voltage is more than that set by parameter LEVUP
8 Phase C voltage is more than that set by parameter LEVUP
9 Mains frequency out of 47.5 … 525 Hz range
10…15 Reserve

TABLE E.5 – GENERAL READING PARAMETER MASK


VALUE CODING
Bit Parameter groups
SNUMB, CRWzz, FWDAT, STAT_ (always displayed)
0 TIME_, DATE_, CORTI, CFGSW
1 PRTzz, SPDzz, ACTzz, DLY, CONDI, IDPAS
2 KANzz, TELzz, TMDIR, TMTzz, INMzz, INCzz, INSzz, PRFzz
3 FCVOL, FCCUR, LEVUP, LEVDN, TAVER, RESzz, LIMzz
4 GRFzz, SESON, EXDAY
5 VOLTA, CURRE, POWEz, COS_f, SIN_f, CORUU, CORIU, FREQU
6 ENTzz, INCNT, EAVER, PAVER
7 DATED, ENDzz
8 DATEM, ENMzz, MAXzz
9 MAGzz, LOGzz
10 MODEL, CPUzz, CPIzz, CERzz, QUART, CONST
11…14 Reserve
15 DPRzz, VPRzz, D25zz, V25zz (common profile connection)

TABLE E.6 - GENERAL READING PARAMETER MASK


VALUE CODING
Bit Parameter groups
0 DPR01, VPR01, D2501, V2501
1 DPR02, VPR02, D2502, V2502
2 DPR03, VPR03, D2503, V2503
3 DPR04, VPR04, D2504, V2504
4 DPR05, VPR05, D2505, V2505
5 DPR06, VPR06, D2506, V2506
6 DPR07, VPR07, D2507, V2507
7 DPR08, VPR08, D2508, V2508
8 DPR09, VPR09, D2509, V2509
9 DPR10, VPR10, D2510, V2510
10 DPR11, VPR11, D2511, V2511
11 DPR12, VPR12, D2512, V2512
12 DPR13, VPR13, D2513, V2513
13 DPR14, VPR14, D2514, V2514
14 DPR15, VPR15, D2515, V2515
15 DPR16, VPR16, D2516, V2516
TABLE E.7 – THE LIST OF EVENTS FOR PULSE OUTPUTS
Number Event description
0 The basic quartz-crystal resonator test
1 Calculator Channel 1 energy telemetry
2 Calculator Channel 2 energy telemetry
3 Calculator Channel 3 energy telemetry
4 Calculator Channel 4 energy telemetry
5 Calculator Channel 5 energy telemetry
6 Calculator Channel 6 energy telemetry
7 One of the phases is dead
8 Voltage of any phase is less than that set by parameter LEVDN
9 Voltage of any phase is more than that set by parameter LEVUP
10 Power limit of calculator Channel 1 is exceeded (parameter LIM01)
11 Power limit of calculator Channel 1 is exceeded (parameter LIM02)
12 Power limit of calculator Channel 1 is exceeded (parameter LIM03)
13 Power limit of calculator Channel 1 is exceeded (parameter LIM04)
14 Power limit of calculator Channel 1 is exceeded (parameter LIM05)
15 Power limit of calculator Channel 1 is exceeded (parameter LIM06)
16 Time Tariff #1 is active
17 Time Tariff #2 is active
18 Time Tariff #3 is active
19 Time Tariff #4 is active
20 Day time Switch #1operation (parameter TMT01)
21 Day time Switch #2 operation (parameter TMT02)
22 Day time Switch #3 operation (parameter TMT03)
23 Day time Switch #4 operation (parameter TMT04)
24…31 Reserve
32 Direct control (parameter TMDIR)
TABLE E.8 - THE LIST OF EVENTS AND CONDITIONS FOR PROFILES
Number Condition Event description
0 0…3 Profile is turned off
1 0 Calculator Channel 1 power averaged in an interval
1,2,3 Calculator Channel 1 energy accumulated in an interval
2 0 Calculator Channel 2 power averaged in an interval
1,2,3 Calculator Channel 2 energy accumulated in an interval
3 0 Calculator Channel 3 power averaged in an interval
1,2,3 Calculator Channel 3 energy accumulated in an interval
4 0 Calculator Channel 4 power averaged in an interval
1,2,3 Calculator Channel 4 energy accumulated in an interval
5 0 Calculator Channel 5 power averaged in an interval
1,2,3 Calculator Channel 5 energy accumulated in an interval
6 0 Calculator Channel 6 power averaged in an interval
1,2,3 Calculator Channel 6 energy accumulated in an interval
7…63 0…3 Reserve
ANNEX F
(Reference)

LCD INDICATION SWITCHING STRUCTURE


ACCORDING TO TYPE AND WAY OF PRESSING BUTTONS

™ LONG-TIME PRESSING "SHOT"


• Short-time pressing "SHOT"
o Short-time pressing "SCROLL"
ƒ Long-time pressing "SCROLL"

™ TOTAL

o Tariff #0 (total)
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
o Tariffs #1…#7
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
™ MONTH
• current month
o Tariff #0 (total)
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
o Tariffs #1…#7
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
• previous 1…12 month
o Tariffs #0…#7
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
™ DAY
• current day
o Tariffs #0…#7
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
• previous 1…44 day
o Tariffs #0…#7
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
™ Average power maximums
• current month
o Tariffs #1…#5
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
• previous 1…12 month
o Tariffs #1…#5
ƒ Calculator Channels #1…#6
™ PREDICTED POWER
o Calculator Channels #1…#6
™ SERVICE INFORMATION
• current information
• interface parameters
o Interfaces #1, #2
• external transformers and interval
o voltage transformer ratio
o current transformer ratio
o averaging interval duration and meter type
™ MAINS QUALITY PARAMETERs
• active voltage
o Phases A; B; C
• active current
o Phases A; B; C
• active power
o Phases A; B; C
o total power
• reactive power
○ Phases A; B; C
o total power
• apparent power
o Phases A; B; C
o total power
• power loss
o Phases A; B; C
o total
• angle between voltage and current vectors
o Phases A; B; C
• active power factor
o Phases А, В, C
o of 3-phase mains
• reactive power factor
○ Phases A; B; C
o of 3-phase mains
• mains frequency
• angle between voltage vectors
o Phase A and Phase B
o Phase B and Phase C
o Phase C and Phase A
™ PULSE INPUTS
o Input #1…#4