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Electronic Trivector Meter ER300P-PRIDE

Class 0.2S

For

Neyveli

Lignite

Corporation

LARSEN & TOUBRO LIMITED, MYSORE WORKS

2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5 2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4

Theory of Operation Analog section Digital processing section Power supply section Hardware Compact Efficient Ruggedness and Safety Features Data Safety Software Definitions Load survey records Instantaneous Parameters. Programmable features 2.3.4.1 External CT/PT ratios 2.3.4.2 RTC Setting 2.3.4.3 Communicating Parameter setting 2.3.4.4 Factory Configurable 2.3.4.5 Accuracy Method Display Details Communication Internal Battery Option
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2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7

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APPENDIX A
Fig 1. Fig 2 Fig 3 Fig 4 Fig 5 Parts/Dimensions 3 Ph 4W connection diagram - with CT 3 Ph 4W connection diagram - with CT & PT RS 485 connection diagram (top view) RS 485 connection diagram (front view)

5. 6. 7.

APPENDIX B - Technical specifications APPENDIX C - MODBUS details and memory map APPENDIX D List of errors

failure and CT open are also indicated instantaneously. 15 minutes Load Survey recorders for 40 days 1. Forward Wh 2. Reverse Wh 3. Forward VArh 4. Reverse VArh and Tampers are recorded. Meter configuration/data collection possible through RS485 port using MODBUS protocol. Optically isolated serial interface using DCD. kWh & kVArh pulse output LEDs available on front panel. LCD Segments for indicating presence of voltages in each phase separately is available. LCD, with back lighting and of extended temperature, to display various parameters. Keys on the front panel to scroll through display parameters. Rugged polycarbonate casing makes it a good insulator and so no external "EARTHING TERMINAL is required. Built in self-supervision.
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High precision current transformers and voltage transducers step down input currents and voltages, that are fed to an Analog to Digital converter 2.1.2. DIGITAL PROCESSING SECTION A powerful microprocessor controls the analog and digital sections. The digital samples are processed to obtain various metering data that is stored in non-volatile memory. A high precision real time clock controls all time keeping activities. External interface is through Display, Keyboard, RS485 Communication port and Optical Communication port. 2.1.3. POWER SUPPLY SECTION A switched mode power supply supplies power to the meters internal circuitry. 2.2 HARDWARE The hardware of the meter has been designed to make it light in weight, rugged, reliable and safe for the users. 2.2.1. Compact The meter is designed using Surface Mount Technology, which makes it light in weight and compact.

meters that use LED displays. 2.2.3. Ruggedness and safety All components used in the meter are of extended temperature range, which makes the meter ideal for tropical climates. The meters top and bottom covers are made of polycarbonate, which is a good insulator. The meter is safe for the user. The meters casing and terminal block have been made of nonflammable plastic material. 2.2.4.

Features LEDs - LEDs for Wh & VArh. PULSE outputs are available on front panel. Keys - In closed condition, two keys are provided on the front panel, for scrolling through the display. LCD - The meter uses an extended temperature LCD, with back lighting, which displays various parameters. RS485 port for communication using MODBUS protocol Optical port for serial communication. Data safety

2.2.5.

RTC with battery backup is used for time keeping. It has a calendar of 100years.

Watch dog timer is used to monitor the processing activities that ensures the reliable operation of the meter. Power down sensor senses power failure and shuts down the system safely. Data security lock is provided for storing metering data. This makes the metering data immune to spurious signals on power lines. The meter is designed to conform to IEC standards for EMI/EMC, which makes the system immune to Electromagnetic Interference. Periodic setup/program data check is carried out and anomaly is indicated on error occurrence.

Method of energy computation: All energies are of fundamental component only. Following method is adopted for forward/reverse calculations Forward Wh: (W1 + W2) Reverse Wh: (W3 + W4) Forward VArh: (R1 + R4) Reverse VArh: (R2 + R3)

energy

Where W1, W2, W3 & W4 are the absolute active energies & R1, R2, R3 & R4 are the absolute reactive energies in the four quadrants. Note: All energies are of fundamental component only. 0 W2 R2 270 W3 R3 180 W4 R4 W1 R1 90

Average freq.
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minutes time blocks will be contracted by ten seconds each. Retard RTC command: When Retard RTC command is given, six consequent 15 minutes time blocks shall be elongated by ten seconds each.

2.3.2. LOAD SURVEY RECORDERS All energies, voltages and currents are of fundamental component only. Load survey data at 15 minutes interval for 40days: 1. Forward Wh 2. Reverse Wh 3. Forward VArh 4. Reverse VArh 5. Average frequency 6. Average of 3 phase voltages 7. Tamper details Resolution (without CT and PT ratios) Energy: 2 decimals (xxx.xx Wh/VArh) Frequency: 3 decimals (xx.xxx Hz) Voltage: 2 decimals (xxx.xx V) Tamper details: Voltage failure, CT open, CT or PT setting tampered, Meter malfunction, Power fail, Advance command, Retard command and RTC set command details are available.

b c> d> e> f> g> h> i>

Phase voltages. Phase currents. Active Power. Reactive Power. Apparent Power. Total Power Factor. Average Frequency. Tamper Status.
Format: Bit nos. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 x x x x x x x x s r a x e t c v where v = voltage failure (immediate status) c = CT open (immediate status) t = CT or PT setting done (of running 15 mins block) e = Meter mal-function (of running 15 mins block) a = advance RTC (of running 15 mins block) r = retard RTC (of running 15 mins block) s = RTC set (of running 15 mins block) x = dont care (bit is set if event occurred)

j> Time. k> Cumulative Energies. l> Anomaly string

2.3.4 PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES All the below given features are programmable through RS485 port & DCD 2.3.4.1. EXTERNAL CT/PT RATIOS The meter can be programmed for external CT/PT ratios.
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2.3.4.2. RTC SETTING RTC setting For RS485, PC software can have password protection. Password protection on meter for DCD. No hardware protection. a> SYNC RTC time setting (absolute RTC command) b> Advance RTC command Contracts six consecutive 15 minutes. Time blocks by 10secs each. c> Retard RTC command Expands six consecutive 15 minutes. time blocks by 10secs each. Between advance/retard command there will be a lockout period of 7 days. If power fails before completion of all time blocks of advance/retard command, then on power on, the balance correction will be done in the following 15 minutes time blocks. Pending advance/retard commands are aborted by sync RTC command. 2.3.4.3 COMMUNICATING PARAMETERS SETTING Meter ID, baud and parity settings used by MODBUS communication only, can be changed through DCD, with password protection. (Default setting of MODBUS: Meter ID =01, baud = 9600, parity = none) DCD to meter optical head, communication parameters are fixed i.e. 4800 baud, even parity, 7bit, 1start bit and 1 stop bit.
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Each meter is given a unique number at factory.

2.3.4.5. ACCURACY METHODS: Pulse method PULSES/Wh: PULSES/VArh:

10 for 5A meter 50 for 1A meter 10 for 5A meter 50 for 1A meter

Accuracy check using DCD (MRI) Energies are in Watt-hours. 2.3.5. DISPLAY DETAILS LCD-The parameters calculated by the meter are displayed on a LCD with back Lighting. Scroll rate - The scroll rate of the display parameters in the Auto scroll mode is 3 seconds. Display modesa> Manual scrolling Manual scrolling within a display mode is possible by using UP or DOWN keys. b> Auto scrolling The display on the meter changes as per the sequence given at scroll rate. Mode Switching Switching between Manual and Auto Scrolling Mode is possible by simultaneously pressing the UP and DOWN keys.

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xx.xxxx Pr kW iv. kVAr xx.xxxx Pr kVAr v. kVA xx.xxxx Pr kVA vi. R phase Line voltage xxx.xx L1 V vii. Y phase Line voltage xxx.xx L2 V viii. B phase Line voltage xxx.xx L3 V ix. R Phase voltage xxx.xx U1 V x. Y Phase voltage xxx.xx U2 V xi. B Phase voltage xxx.xx U3 V xii. R Phase currents xx.xxx A1 A xiii. Y Phase currents xx.xxx A2 A xiv. B Phase currents xx.xxx A3 A xv. Power factor PF x.xxx Pr xvi. Frequency xx.xxxx Hz (of running 15mins block)
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iii. kW

C kVArh -- xxx.xxxx C kVArh xxi. Final reading of forward Wh (00:00hr reading of present day) + xxxx.xxxx P1 kWh xxii. Initial reading of forward Wh (00:00hr reading of previous day) + xxxx.xxxx P2 kWh xxiii. Final reading of reverse Wh (00:00hr reading of present day) -- xxxx.xxxx P1 kWh xxiv. Initial reading of reverse Wh (00:00hr reading of previous day) -- xxxx.xxxx P2 kWh xx. Cumulative reverse kVArh xxv. Serial no. NLC01

Cumulative Energy and Power format on display Energy Power CT ratio * PT ratio
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2.3.5

COMMUNICATION RS485 port with MODBUS Protocol. From this port Data (Load survey and instantaneous) can be collected, and Parameters can be configured. Refer to Annexure C for details. Optically Isolated serial interface port confirming to IEC 1107 Protocol. Through this port, Parameter setting/ Data collection (Only Load survey) is possible.

2.3.7 INTERNAL BATTERY OPTION In absence of power, the meter can be operated using the battery (NiCd) for viewing the display, collecting data.

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3.2

Re-packing

If the meter has to be returned to the supplier, repack the unit in the packing in which it was supplied. 3.3 Optimum Field Conditions

For the reliability and better life of the product the unit has to be operated at moderate temperatures and humidity. The meter is designed to work from -5 to 60 deg C and humidity of 95% RH non-condensing. 3.4 Storage

In case if the meter is not installed after receiving, it has to be stored in a dry place in the original packing material. 3.5 Mounting

The meter can be fixed on any flat, even surface or on a standard metering panel on three points, one on top used for hanging the meter and the other two at the bottom used to mount the meter. 3.6 Extra precautions

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Hence it DOES NOT HAVE ANY EARTH TERMINAL . For the WIRING connections the terminal block has been provided with 8 terminals. The WIRING connections are to be done as shown in the Appendix A. Terminal cover is to be used to protect the meter terminals from being tampered with. As soon as the connections are made the terminal block has to be covered and sealed by terminal cover. It can be fixed using two screws.

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3 phase kWH V olt

3 wire system V Curr MF /Unit A kVArH

Class 0.5 Freq. 50Hz Pulse Rate


Property of Sl.No.

BAT T

RST

Manu factured by

LARSEN & TOUBRO LI MITED ,

MYSO RE, INDIA

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k l R Y B N K L K

k l L K

k l L

3PHASE 4 WIRE WIRE CONNECTION DIAGRAM WITH CT Fig. 2

a a a a b b b B B B A A A

R Y B

3PHASE 4 WIRE WIRE CONNECTION DIAGRAM WITH CT & PT


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Screws

RS 485 connection diagram (Top View) Fig 4

Gnd

Tx Tx +

1 2 3 4 5

RS 485 connection diagram (Front View) Fig 5

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Current (In) Power Factor Frequency Electromagnetic compatibility Case material

5A or 1A (to 150%)
4 quadrant operation

50 Hz +10% IEC 687

Plastic moulded with transparent cover. Protected to IEC 687 HV & insulation resistance as per IEC 687 -5 c to 60 c for operation 0 0 -20 c to 70 c for storage 95% RH non-condensing 320L x 175W x 110H < 2.5Kgs
0 0

Insulation properties

Temperature Humidity Dimension Weight

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1.1) Interface Standard: The configuration details to communicate with the meter are given belowStandard RS485 (half duplex) Baud rate Selectable- 9600, 4800, 2400,1200,600 or 300 bps Parity Selectable- None, odd or even Start bit 1 Stop bit 1 1.2) Protocol: The RS485 interface uses MODBUS Protocol in RTU mode. Communicating with the meter involves sending commands to the meter for reading and writing the particular register. The meter can be addressed with specific user defined meter address (slave ID) from 1-255. 2. DETAILS OF MODBUS PROTOCOL In the explanation of protocol the examples used are specific to L&T meters. The details of the protocol are also limited to L&T meters. 2.1) Remote Terminal unit Framing: In RTU mode data is sent as 8-bit binary characters. In RTU mode, message characters must be transmitted in a continuous mode. The receiving device monitors the elapsed time between receipt of characters i.e. inter byte delay. If inter byte delay is three and one half the character time (for e.g. at 9600bps, the max. inter byte delay expected will be 1ms*3.5), the receiving device can timeout.
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8 BITS

8 BITS

N * 8 BITS

16 BITS

2.2) Address field: The meter can be addressed with specific user defined address from 1-255. Each slave must be assigned a unique address and only the addressed slave responds to query that contains its address. When the slave responds, the slave address informs the master which slave is communicating. In broadcast message, an address of 0(zero) is used. All slaves interpret this as an instruction to read and take action on the message, but do not issue a response message. 2.3) Function field: The function code field tells the addressed slave what function is to be performed. The higher order bit in this field is set by the slave device to indicate that other than a normal response is being transmitted to the master device (See SECTION 3 for exception response). The following functions have been implemented in the meter. CODE 03 MEANING Read Holding Registers ACTION Obtains current binary value in one or more holding registers. Obtains the binary value of input registers in the slave.

04

Read Input Registers

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slave in response to a query. 2.5) Error Check Field: This allows the master and slave device to check a message for error transmission. The error check field uses a CRC-16 check in the RTU mode. 2.6) Data Addresses in Modbus Messages: All data addresses in Modbus messages are referenced to zero. The first occurrence of a data item is addressed as item number zero. For example: Holding registers 40001 is addressed as register 0000 in the data address field of the message. The function code field already specifies a Holding Register operation. Therefore the 4XXXX reference is implicit. Holding register 40108 is addressed as register 006B hex (107 decimal). 3. EXCEPTION RESPONSES Exception response is a notification of an error. The exception response codes are listed in the table 3-1.When a slave detects one of these errors, it sends a response to the master consisting of slave address, function code, error code and error check field. To indicate that the response is a notification of an error, the high order bit of the function code is set to 1. Table 3-1
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addressed slave location. 03

ILLEGAL VALUE

DATA The value referenced in


the data field is not allowable in the addressed slave location.

Example: Query Message


SLAVE ADDR 0A FUN C 01 H.O START ADDR 00 L.O. START ADDR 24 H.O NO. OF REG 00 L.O NO. OF REG 02 ERROR CHECK FIELD FC ERROR CHECK FIELD BB

The query requests the status of input 0036 in slave no.10. Since the function is an invalid function for the L&T meters so the following error response will be generated. Response Message
SLAVE ADDR 0A FUNC 81 EXCEPTION CODE 01 ERROR CHECK F0 ERROR CHECK 52

The function code field is the original function code with the high order bit set and exception code 01 indicates an illegal function field. 4. EXPLANATION OF VARIOUS FUNCTION The purpose of this section is to define the general format for the specific command available to programmers. The form of each
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The addressing allows up to Max.90 registers to be obtained at each request. Broadcast mode is not allowed. The below example reads registers of R phase voltage from slave number 24(decimal). Since CT Primary is stored in the address 40001 and 40002 so to read CT Primary voltage both addresses should be read simultaneously. Example: Query Message
SLAVE ADDR 18 FUN C 03 H.O START ADDR 00 L.O. START ADDR 00 H.O NO. OF REG 00 L.O NO. OF REG 02 ERROR CHECK FIELD C6 ERROR CHECK FIELD 02

NOTE: If a particular parameter is stored in more than one address location. Then for reading that particular parameter all the address locations should be read simultaneously. Otherwise meter will not respond or the response will not be the correct value. For further details see memory map of parameters. Response: The addressed slave will respond with its address and the function code, followed by the information field. The information field contains 1 byte describing the quantity of data bytes to be returned. The contents of register requested (DATA) are two bytes each. The first byte includes the higher order bits and the second byte includes lower order bits. Response Message
SLAVE ADDR FUN C BYTE COUNT DATA O/P DATA O/P DATA O/P DATA O/P ERROR CHECK ERROR CHECK

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contents of holding register in the addressed slave. The addressing allows up to Max.90 registers to be obtained at each request. Broadcast mode is not allowed. The below example reads registers of Forward Active Cumulative energy from slave number 19(decimal). Since Forward Active Cumulative energy is stored in the address 30023 and 30024 so to read Forward Active Cumulative energy both addresses should be read simultaneously. Example: Query Message
SLAVE ADDR 13 FUNC H.O START ADDR 00 L.O. START ADDR 16 H.O NO. OF REG 00 L.O NO. OF REG 02 ERROR CHECK FIELD 92 ERROR CHECK FIELD 7D

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NOTE: If a particular parameter is stored in more than one address location. Then for reading that particular parameter all the address locations should be read simultaneously. Otherwise meter will not respond or the response will not be the correct value. For further details see memory map of parameters. Response: The addressed slave will respond with its address and the function code, followed by the information field. The information field contains 1 byte describing the quantity of data bytes to be returned. The contents of register requested (DATA) are two bytes each. The first byte includes the higher order bits and the second byte includes lower order bits.
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will be 24038.So to get the Forward Active Cumulative energy this particular value should be multiplied with the specified multiplication factor (MF) which is 0.1 in this case (For further details see the memory map of the parameters). So 24038 x 0.1=2403.8Wh which is Forward Active Cumulative energy. 4.3) Preset Single Register (Function Code 06) CAUTION: Function (06) will overwrite controller memory. Function (06) allows the user to modify the contents of a holding register. The contents of only those holding registers can be modified which are editable only. The values are provided in binary, up to the maximum capacity of the controller (16-Bits in L&T meters) and unused higher bits must be set to zero. When used with slave address zero (Broadcast mode), all slave controllers will load the specified registers with the content specified. Example: This example will set the Baud Rate in slave number 17.The address of Baud Rate is 40010 and value to be programmed is 03. Query Message
SLAVE ADDR 11 FUNC H.O START ADDR 00 L.O. START ADDR 09 DATA VALUE H.O 00 DATA VALUE L.O 03 ERROR CHECK FIELD 1B ERROR CHECK FIELD 59

06

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If the value is an illegal value then the response message will be an exception response (Error message). For the details of maximum and minimum values of any parameter refer to manual. NOTE: For programming RTC the values the data for setting the RTC should be BCD (Binary Coded Decimal). For Advance and Retard Command Example: For setting date 29 and day 5 at location 40013 the query message will be as follows Query Message
SLAVE ADDR 11 FUNC H.O START ADDR 00 L.O. START ADDR 0C DATA VALUE H.O 29 DATA VALUE L.O 05 ERROR CHECK FIELD 94 ERROR CHECK FIELD CA

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4.4) Preset Multiple Registers (Function Code 16) CAUTION: Function (16) will overwrite controller memory. Function (16) allows the user to modify the contents of holding registers. The contents of only those holding registers can be modified, which are, write able only. The values are provided in binary up to the
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This example will set the PT primary and PT secondary value in slave number 17.The address of PT primary is 40005,PT secondary is 40007 and value to be programmed for PT primary and PT secondary is 50,000 and 1,000 respectively. Query Message
AD DR 11 FUN C 10 HOA DDR 00 L.O. AD DR 04 QT Y. H.O 00 QT Y. L.O 04 BYT E SENT 08 H.O DAT A 00 L.O DAT A 00

H.O DAT A C3

L.O DAT A 50

H.O DAT A 00

L.O DAT A 00

H.O DAT A 03

L.O DAT A E8

ERR FIEL D 86

ERR FIE LD 38

The normal response to a preset multiple register request is to echo the address function code, starting address and number of registers to be loaded.

Response Message
SLAVE ADDR 11 FUNC H.O START ADDR 00 L.O. START ADDR 04 QUAN TITY H.O 00 QUAN TITY L.O 04 ERROR CHECK FIELD 82 ERROR CHECK FIELD 9B

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Address

Parameters

Words

MF

Multipl Multipl y CT y PT ratio ratio

INSTANTANEOUS PARAMETERS Read Only Parameters (Function Code 4)


30001 30002 30003 30004 30005 30006 30007 30008 30009 30010 30011 30012 30013 30014 30015 R Line Voltage Y Line Voltage B Line Voltage (unsigned integer) (unsigned integer) (unsigned integer) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.01 0.001 1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No

R Phase Voltage (unsigned integer) Y Phase Voltage (unsigned integer) B Phase Voltage (unsigned integer) R Phase Current (unsigned integer) Y Phase Current (unsigned integer) B Phase Current (unsigned integer) Total Active Power (W) (Signed integer) Total Reactive Power (VAr) (Signed integer) Total Apparent Power (VA) (Signed integer) Total Power Factor (Signed integer) (if value >100 then not valid) Average Frequency (unsigned integer) Tamper status (unsigned integer) Format: Bit nos. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 x x x x x x x x s r a x e t c v where v = voltage failure (immediate status) c = CT open (immediate status) t = CT or PT setting done (of running 15 mins block) e = Meter mal-function (of running 15 mins

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30021 30022 30023 30025 30027 30029

30031

30033 30035 30037 30039 30041

Current Time: Format: Hour, Minute (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Second, dummy (BCD, -) Cumulative energy - forward Wh (unsigned long) Cumulative energy - reverse Wh (unsigned long) Cumulative energy - forward VArh (unsigned long) Cumulative energy - reverse VArh (unsigned long) Anomaly string Format: Ascii (ENRX) where E flash code corruption, N - set-up corruption, R - RTC corruption, X-exception 00:00 hr forward Wh of present day- unsigned long 00:00 hr forward Wh of previous day unsigned long 00:00 hr reverse Wh of present day- unsigned long 00:00 hr reverse Wh of previous dayunsigned long CT Tapping - (01 1A tapping, 05 5A tapping)

1 1 2 2 2 2

1 1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

No

No

2 2 2 2 1

0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1

Yes Yes Yes Yes No

Yes Yes Yes Yes No

LOAD SURVEY PARAMETERS FOR LATEST 15 MINS BLOCK Read Only Parameters (Function Code 4)
Multipl Multipl y PT yCT ratio ratio No No

Address

Parameters

Words

MF

30081

Current Time: Format: Year Month (BCD, BCD)

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Whe (Reverse Wh) unsigned integer Rhi (Forward VAr) unsigned integer Rhe (Reverse VAr) unsigned integer Af (Average frequency) unsigned integer Av (Average Voltage) unsigned integer Ta (Tamper bits) unsigned long Bit nos. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 x x x x x x x x s r a p e t c v where v = voltage failure c = CT open t = CT or PT setting done e = Meter mal-function p = power fail a = advance RTC r = retard RTC s = RTC set x = dont care (bit is set if event occurred)

1 1 1 1 1 1

0.01 0.01 0.01 0.001 0.01 1

Yes Yes Yes No Yes No

Yes Yes Yes No No No

LOAD SURVEY PARAMETERS FOR LATEST 00:00hr ENERGIES Read Only Parameters (Function Code 4)
30092 Load survey cumulative energies at latest 00:00hr Format: Whi Whe Rhi Rhe where Whi (Forward Wh) unsigned long Whe (Reverse Wh) unsigned long Rhi (Forward VArh) unsigned long Rhe (Reverse VArh) unsigned long 8 2 2 2 2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

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N 1 for latest but one 15 mins block. N=3839 for the oldest 15mins block (40 days back)
30201+N Current Time: Format: Year Month (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Date Day (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Hour, Minute (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Second, dummy (BCD, -) Load survey latest complete 15 mins block Format= Whi Whe Rhi Rhe Af Av Ta whereWhi (Forward Wh) unsigned integer Whe (Reverse Wh) unsigned integer Rhi (Forward VAr) unsigned integer Rhe (Reverse VAr) unsigned integer Af (Average frequency) unsigned integer Av (Average Voltage) unsigned integer Ta (Tamper bits) unsigned long Bit nos. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 x x x x x x x x s r a p e t c v where v = voltage failure c = CT open t = CT or PT setting done e = Meter mal-function p = power fail a = advance RTC r = retard RTC s = RTC set 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 No No No No No No No No

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.001 0.01 1

Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No

Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No

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(BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Date Day (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Hour, Minute (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Second, dummy (BCD, -) Load survey cumulative energies at latest 00:00hr Format: Whi Whe Rhi Rhe where Whi (Forward Wh) unsigned long Whe (Reverse Wh) unsigned long Rhi (Forward VArh) unsigned long Rhe (Reverse VArh) unsigned long 35041

1 1 1 1 8 2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1

No No No No

No No No No

0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes

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40001 40003 40005 40007

CT Primary CT Secondary PT Primary PT Secondary Real time clock (RTC)

2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1

No No No No

No No No No

Read (Function code 3)&write parameters (Function code 6 / 16)


40009 40010 40011 Meter id (1 to 255) Baud (unsigned integer) 1=300, 2=600, 3=1200, 4=2400, 5=4800, 6=9600 Parity (unsigned integer) 0=none, 1=odd, 2=even 1 1 1 1 1 1 No No No No No No

Current Time: Format: Year Month (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Date Day 40013 (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Hour, 40014 Minute (BCD, BCD) Current Time: Format: Second, 40015 dummy (BCD, -) 40012 Advance command (Write Executes Advance command, Format: 0006) 40016 (Read Gets the no. Of 15mins blocks pending for RTC advancement, Format: 0006 to 0000) Retard command (Write Executes Retard command, Format: 0006) 40017 (Read Gets the no. of 15min blocks pending for RTC retardation, Format: 0006 to 0000)

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

No No No No

No No No No

No

No

No

No

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