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1 INTUITIVE NAVIGATION IN ELECTRICAL NETWORKS COMPREHENSIVE INSTRUMENTS FOR MEASUREMENT AND MONITORING OF POWER SYSTEMS SINEAX AM-SERIES SINEAX AM3000 SINEAX AM1000 ▪ SINEAX AM2000 ▪

2 Panel installation devices for a clear view into electrical networks The SINEAX AM-SERIES devices are compact Nominal voltages of up to 690 V and measurement category CATIII can be directly instruments to measure and monitor in heavy current grids. They excel in display quality connected in low voltage systems. and intuitive operation. The devices provide a The universal measuring system permits the direct use of the devices in any type of grid, wide range of functionalities which may even be extended by optional components. They from single-phase mains through to 4-wire are connected to the process environment unbalanced load systems. by communication interfaces, via digital I/Os, The AM series devices may be completely adapted to requirements on site via TFT display. analog outputs or relays. Versions with an Ethernet interface permit The devices have been designed for universal webpage configuration without any special use in industrial plants, building automation or software. in energy distribution.

3 CLEAR High resolution, colour TFT display for the pin-sharp indication of measured data Consistently visible status information (alarms, password protection, data recording, time/date and much more) Clear design INTUITIVE Easy device operation with language-specific plain text menu guidance Topical arrangement of measured data information for quick access to desired data Service area for maintenance and commissioning MULTIFUNCTIONAL Varied monitoring options via limit values and their logical linkage Central alarm function via display or Webpage Alarm list with plain-text information for a quick plant status overview FLEXIBLE Universal measuring inputs for any type of grid Freely selectable mean value and meter measuring variables Configurable access authorisation SCALABLE Combinable device version (functionality, interfaces, I/Os, power supply) Front dimension options (96x96 or 144x144mm) Integration as a standard object into the SMARTCOLLECT software

4 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING PAGE 4 ADVANCED MONITOR AM 2000 AM 3000 1000 AM 3 / 3 3 / 3 Input channels voltage / current 4 / 4 Measurement interval [ #cycles ] 10/12 (50/60Hz); 1/2 10/12 (50/60Hz) 10/12 (50/60Hz); 1/2 MEASURED VALUES Instantaneous values ▪ ▪ ▪ Extended reactive power analysis ▪ ▪ ▪ Imbalance analysis ▪ ▪ ▪ calculated Neutral current calculated measured / calculated -- -- Earth wire current (calculated) ▪ calculated Zero displacement UNE measured / calculated calculated Energy balance analysis ▪ ▪ ▪ Harmonic analysis ▪ ▪ ( ▪ incl. phase angle) Operating hour counters device / general 1 / 3 1 / – 1 / 3 Monitoring functions ▪ ▪ ▪ Visualisation waveform U/I – ▪ ▪ MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ±0.2% Voltage, current ±0.1% ±0.2% Active, reactive, apparent power ±0.5% ±0.5% ±0.2% Frequency ±10mHz ±10mHz ±10mHz Active energy (IEC 62053-21/22) Class 1 Class 0.5S Class 1 Class 1 Class 1 Reactive energy (IEC 62053-24) Class 0.5S DATA LOGGER internal (≥4GB) Micro SD card (≥4GB) Micro SD card (≥4GB) (Option, only with Ethernet) Periodic recording ▪ ▪ ▪ Event recording ▪ ▪ ▪ Disturbance recorder (with pretrigger) ≤3min. ≤3min. a) 1/2 cycle RMS progression U/I – 5/6 (pretrigger) +10/12 – b) Curve shape U/I [ #cycles ] 5/6 (pretrigger) +10/12 COMMUNICATION Ethernet: Modbus/TCP, web server, NTP (option) (option) (standard) RS485: Modbus/RTU (option) (standard) (option) Standard I/Os 1 dig. IN ; 2 dig. OUT 1 dig. IN ; 2 dig. OUT 1 dig. OUT ; 1 dig. IN/OUT max. 1 module max. 4 modules max. 4 modules I/O extension modules (optional) POWER SUPPLY 110-230V AC/130-230V DC 110-230V AC/130-230V DC 100-230V AC/DC 110-200V AC/DC 110-200V AC/DC 24-48V DC 24-48V DC 24-48V DC DESIGN Colour display TFT 3.5“ (320x240px) TFT 5.0“ (800x480px) TFT 5.0“ (800x480px) Front dimensions 96 x 96 mm 144 x 144 mm 144 x 144 mm Mounting depth 85 mm 65.2 mm 65.2 mm

5 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING ADVANCED MONITOR PAGE 5 MEASURED VALUES APPLICATION MEASURED VALUE GROUP INSTANTANEOUS VALUES Transparent monitoring of present system state U, I, IMS, P, Q, S, PF, LF, QF ... Fault detection, connection check, sense of rotation check Angle between voltage phasors Determination of grid variable variance with time reference Min/max of instantaneous values with time stamp EXTENDED REACTIVE POWER ANALYSIS Total reactive power, fundamental frequency, harmonics Reactive power compensation Verification of specified power factor of fundamental frequency with min values in all quadrants φ , tan φ cos 000-4-7) HARMONICS ANALYSIS (ACCORDING TO EN 61 Evaluation of the thermic load of equipment Total harmonics content THD U/I and TDD I th Individual harmonics U/I up to 50 Analysis of system perturbation and consumer structure IMBALANCE ANALYSIS Symmetrical components (positive, negative, zero sequence system) Equipment overload protection Imbalance (from symmetrical components) Fault/earth contact detection Deviation from U/I mean value ENERGY BALANCE ANALYSIS Meters for the demand/supply of active/reactive power, high/low tariff, Preparation of (internal) energy billing meters with selectable fundamental variable Power mean values active/reactive power, demand and supply, freely Determination of energy consumption versus time (load profile) for definable mean values (e.g. phase power, voltage, current and much energy management or energy efficiency verification more). Mean value trends Energy consumption trend analysis for load management OPERATING HOURS Monitoring of service and maintenance intervals of equipments 3 operating hour counters with programmable running condition (only AM1000/AM3000) Operating hours of the device DEMAND / SUPPLY / INDUCTIVE / CAPACITIVE interpretation of the 4-quadrant information, The devices of the SINEAX AM-SERIES provide the terms demand, supply as well as inductive information for all of the four quadrants. or capacitive load are avoided in the display of Depending on whether the measured system data. They are expressed by stating Quadrant I, is considered from a generator or consumer II, III or IV or a combination of these. perspective, the interpretation of the quadrants The energy direction may be actively switched changes: The energy formed from active power by selecting the generator or consumer arrow in Quadrants I+IV can then be regarded, e.g., system. This inverts the direction of all currents. as supplied or demanded active energy. In order to facilitate an independent INTUITIVE NAVIGATION IN ELECTRICAL NETWORKS

6 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING PAGE 6 ADVANCED MONITOR DISPLAY OPTIONS MAIN MENU - accessible via ESC The language-specific main menu arranges the available measured data in easily comprehensible groups. AM2000 and AM3000 also provide the lateral help bar with further information concerning operation. The status bar in the top right-hand corner is always available and displays the current statuses of alarm monitoring, the password protection system and data recording as well as time / date. HARMONICS ENERGY INSTANTANEOUS VALUES Graphic representation of harmonics of all Contains all values required for the preparation The instantaneous values of voltages, currents, of the energy balance, in particular, energy currents and voltages with TDD/THD. Reading power values, power factors as well as meters as well a mean values with progression option for individual harmonics. imbalance values and their min/max values are and trend. provided either in numbers or graphically in an x/y matrix. PHASOR DIAGRAM ALARMS WAVEFORM Time-correct display of voltage and current This list displays the statuses of all monitoring AM1000 and AM3000 displays the waveform phasors and power factors of all phases. functions, possibly including the status of the of voltages and currents in additionally. Incorrect phase sequences false senses of allocated output. The first entry is the higher- rotation or reverse currents can thus be safely ranking collective alarm which can be reset recognised. here.

7 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING ADVANCED MONITOR PAGE 7 MONITORING AND ALARMS The instruments of the AM series support the on-site analysis of acquired measured data in order to initiate directly immediate or delayed measures without involving a separate control. This facilitates the protection of equipment and also monitoring of service intervals. The following items are available: • 12 limit values • 8 monitoring functions with 3 inputs each • 1 collective alarm as a combination of all monitoring functions • 3 operating hour counters with definable running conditions The available digital outputs may be used directly for the transmission of limit values and monitoring functions as well as the resettable collective alarm. A text may be allocated to each monitoring function which is used both for the alarm list and the event entries in the datalogger. DATA RECORDING The devices may be equipped with a high-performance data logger which has the following recording options in its comprehensive version: • PERIODIC DATA Selectable measured values are saved in regular intervals, e.g. to acquire load profiles (intervals of 10s to 1h) or periodic meters readings (e.g. daily, weekly, monthly). • EVENTS A type of logbook which records the occurrence of events together with time information: Triggering and declining of monitoring functions, changes in configuration, power cuts and much more. • DISTURBANCE RECORDER (AM1000 / AM3000 ONLY) Recording of current and voltage progression in case of disturbances on basis of 1/2 cycle RMS values. In AM3000, the additional registration of the waveform during the disturbance is also possible. This type of registration corresponds to the requirements of the EN 61000-4-30 power quality standard. The event list and the recordings of the disturbance recorder may be visualised right on the device. More extensive analyses are available via the webpage of the device. An SD card is used as a memory element by AM2000 / AM3000. AM1000 uses an internal memory element. INTUITIVE NAVIGATION IN ELECTRICAL NETWORKS

8 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING PAGE 8 ADVANCED MONITOR TECHNICAL DATA INPUTS BASIC UNCERTAINTY ACCORDING IEC/EN 60688 NOMINAL CURRENT A) 1 ... 5 A (max. 7.5 AM1000/2000 AM3000 ±0.1 % ±0.2 % Voltage, current Maximum 7.5 A Power A permanent 10 Overload capacity ±0.5 % ±0.2 % ±0.1° ±0.2° Power factor 100 A, 5x1 s, interval 300 s ±0.01 Hz Frequency , 100 ... 693 V NOMINAL VOLTAGE V 57.7 ... 400 LL LN % ±0.5 Imbalance U, I (sinusoidal) , 832 V 480 V Maximum LN LL ±0.5 % Harmonic permanent 480 V Overload capacity , 832 V LN LL ±0.5 % THD U, I s, interval 10 , 10x1 800 V s , 1386 V LN LL 053-22) (EN 62 Class 0.5S Class 1 Active energy 42 ... 50 ... 58 Hz, 50.5 ... 60 ... 69.5 Hz Nominal frequency Reactive energy 053-24) (EN 62 Class 1 Class 0.5S Measurement TRMS Up to 60th harmonic INTERFACES POWER SUPPLY VARIANTS ETHERNET Standard (AM3000), optional ( AM1000/AM2000) ... 100 230 V AC/DC (AM1000) Nominal voltage Connection RJ45 socket ... 110 ... 230 V AC, 130 230 V DC Physics Ethernet 100Base TX (AM2000/3000) 10/100 MBit/s, full/half duplex, autonegotiation Mode V DC ... 200 V AC, 110 ... 110 200 Protocols Modbus/TCP, http, NTP (time synchronisation) (AM2000/3000) 24 ... V DC (AM1000/2000/3000) 48 MODBUS/RTU / AM3000) AM1000 Standard (AM2000), optional ( Consumption ≤ 20 VA RS-485, max. 1200 m (4000 ft) Physics Baud rate 9.6 to 115.2 kBaud UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) Number of participants ≤ 32 Type (3,7 V) VARTA Easy Pack EZPAckL, UL listed MH16707 Internal clock TIME REFERENCE TYPES OF CONNECTION Clock accuracy ± 2 minutes/month (15 to 30 °C) Single phase or split phase (2-phase system) NTP server Synchronisation 3 or 4-wire balanced load > 10 years Power reserve Only AM1000/AM3000: 3-wire balanced load [2U, 1I] 3-wire unbalanced load, Aron connection ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS, GENERAL INFORMATION 3 or 4-wire unbalanced load Operating temperature without UPS: –10 up to 15 up to 30 up to + 55 °C 4-wire unbalanced load, Open-Y with UPS: 0 up to 15 up to 30 up to + 35 °C Storage temperature Base device: –25 up to + 70 °C I/O-INTERFACE –20 ... 60 °C (<1 month) Battery pack UPS: ANALOG OUTPUTS (optional) –20 ... 45 °C (< 3 months) Linearization Linear, kinked –20 ... 30 °C (< 1 year) mA (24 mA max.), bipolar Range ±20 Temperature influence 0.5 x basic uncertainty per 10 K Accuracy ±0.2% of 20 mA Long-term drift 0.5 x basic uncertainty per year Burden Ω (max. 10 V/20 mA) ≤ 500 Others 688) Application group II (EN 60 ≤ 0.2 Burden influence % <95 Relative air humidity % without condensation % ≤ 0.4 Residual ripple Operating altitude ≤2000 m above MSL (optional) RELAYS Only to be used in buildings! Contacts Changeover contact MECHANICAL PROPERTIES 250 V AC, 2 A, 500 VA Load capacity Installation position Control panel installation 30 V DC, 2 A, 60 W Housing material Polycarbonate (Makrolon) DIGITAL INPUTS PASSIVE V-0 according UL94, self-extinguishing, Flammability class Nominal voltage V max.) 12/24 V DC (30 not dripping, free of halogen Logical ZERO –3 to +5 V Weight 800 g (AM2000/AM3000), 400 g (AM1000) Logical ONE 11 to 30 V SAFETY (optional) DIGITAL INPUTS ACTIVE Current inputs are galvanically isolated from each other. V ≤ 15 Open circuit voltage Protection class II (protective insulation, voltage inputs via Short circuit current < 15 mA protective impedance) ≥ 2 = 800 Ω mA Current at R Pollution degree 2 ON IP54 (front), IP30 (housing), IP20 (terminals) Protection DIGITAL OUTPUTS CATIII Measurement category 12/24 V DC (30 V max.) Nominal voltage 50 Nominal current mA (60 mA max.) Ω ... 1 Load capacity 400 MΩ

9 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING ADVANCED MONITOR PAGE 9 DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS AM1000 DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS AM2000 / AM3000 +0,8 +1 min. 20 92 min. 20 138 +0,8 +1 92 138 min. 20 min. 20 Panel cut-out Panel cut-out ORDER CODE ORDER CODE AM1000- ... ... 1. BASIC DEVICE AM1000 I/O-EXTENSION 6. 1 With TFT display, for control panel installation 0 Without 2 relays 2. INPUT | FREQUENCY RANGE 1 mA) 2 Hz 1 Current transformer inputs, 42 ... 50/60 ... 69.5 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 3. POWER SUPPLY 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 mA) 3 4 Nominal voltage 100 ... 230 V AC/DC 1 4 digital inputs passive 2 4 digital inputs active 5 Nominal voltage 24 ... 48 V DC TEST PROTOCOL 4. BUS CONNECTION 7. 0 0 Without Without 1 Test protocol in German D Ethernet (Modbus/TCP + web server) 2 Test protocol in English E RS485 (Modbus/RTU) Ethernet (Modbus/TCP + web server) + RS485 (Modbus/RTU) 3 DATA LOGGER 5. Without 0 1) Periodic Data + events ARTICLE NO. ACCESSORIES 1 1) Disturbance recorder + events Documentation CD 156 027 2 1) Periodic Data + events + disturbance recorder 163 189 Interface converter USB <> RS485 3 1) Datalogger only possible for device variants with Ethernet INTUITIVE NAVIGATION IN ELECTRICAL NETWORKS

10 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING PAGE 10 ADVANCED MONITOR ORDER CODE ORDER CODE AM2000- ... ... . ORDER CODE AM3000- ... ... .. 1. 1. BASIC DEVICE AM3000 BASIC DEVICE AM2000 1 With TFT display, for control panel installation With TFT display, for control panel installation 1 2. INPUT | FREQUENCY RANGE 2. INPUT | FREQUENCY RANGE 1 Hz 1 Current transformer inputs, 42 ... 50/60 ... 69.5 Current transformer inputs, 42 ... 50/60 ... 69.5 Hz POWER SUPPLY POWER SUPPLY 3. 3. Nominal voltage 110 ... 230 V AC, 130 ... 230 V DC 1 1 Nominal voltage 110 ... 230 V AC, 130 ... 230 V DC Nominal voltage 24 ... 48 V DC 2 Nominal voltage 24 ... 48 V DC 2 Nominal voltage 110 ... 200 V AC, 110 ... 200 V DC 3 3 Nominal voltage 110 ... 200 V AC, 110 ... 200 V DC 4. BUS CONNECTION 4. BUS CONNECTION Without 0 Ethernet (Modbus/TCP + web server) 1 2 Ethernet (Modbus/TCP + web server) + RS485 (Modbus/RTU) RS485 (Modbus/RTU slave) 1 DATA LOGGER 5. RS485 (Modbus/RTU slave) + Ethernet (web server) 2 0 Without RS485 (Modbus/RTU slave) + Periodic data + events 1 3 Ethernet (Modbus/TCP protocol + web server) Disturbance recorder + events 2 RS485 (Modbus/RTU) + 3 Periodic data + events + disturbance recorder Ethernet (Modbus/TCP + web server) + I/O EXTENSION 1 6. data logger (periodic data + events) 4 Without 0 2 relays 1 5. I/O EXTENSION 1 2 mA) 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 Without 0 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 3 mA) 2 relays 1 4 digital inputs passive 4 2 mA) 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 5 4 digital inputs active mA) 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 3 7. I/O EXTENSION 2 4 4 digital inputs passive 0 Without 4 digital inputs active 5 1 2 relays 6. I/O EXTENSION 2 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 mA) 2 Without 0 mA) 3 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 2 relays 1 4 4 digital inputs passive 2 mA) 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 5 4 digital inputs active 3 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 mA) I/O EXTENSION 3 8. 4 4 digital inputs passive Without 0 5 4 digital inputs active 2 relays 1 7. I/O EXTENSION 3 mA) 2 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 Without 0 3 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 mA) 2 relays 1 4 4 digital inputs passive 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 2 mA) 4 digital inputs active 5 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 3 mA) Uninterruptible power supply 8 4 4 digital inputs passive I/O EXTENSION 4 9. 4 digital inputs active 5 Without 0 8. I/O EXTENSION 4 1 2 relays Without 0 2 mA) 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 1 2 relays 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 3 mA) 2 mA) 2 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 4 digital inputs passive 4 mA) 3 4 analog outputs, bipolar (± 20 4 digital inputs active 5 4 4 digital inputs passive 10. TEST PROTOCOL 5 4 digital inputs active 0 Without 9. TEST PROTOCOL D Test protocol in German Without 0 Test protocol in English E Test protocol in German D E Test protocol in English ACCESSORIES ARTICLE NO I/O EXTENSIONS AM2000/AM3000 156 027 Documentation CD Maximum one I/O extension with analog outputs 163 189 Interface converter USB <> RS485 may be provided per device. I/O extension 4 only possible for a variant without data logger.

11 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING ADVANCED MONITOR PAGE 11 SMARTCOLLECT SMARTCOLLECT is a data management software which can acquire measured data in an easy manner and store the same in an open SQL database. This software offers basic functionalities for data analysis and for easy energy monitoring as well as the easy preparation and disposal of reports. Providing a mature graphic user interface, the SMARTCOLLECT software is clearly structured and easily operated. SMARTCOLLECT is modularly designed and permits supplementing modules or functions at any time. CUSTOMER BENEFITS • Easy data communication via Modbus RTU / TCP, ECL and SmartControl-Direct • Connection also via OPC • Devices of Camille Bauer and Gossen Metrawatt are already predefined and selectable in the software Open for the devices of all manufacturers • Data is stored in an open SQL database • • Modular cost / performance model – basic version may be extended at any time MODULAR DESIGN S OMPONENT C The SMARTCOLLECT data management software consists of the following components: SMARTCOLLECT CLIENT MORE CLIENTS POSSIBLE SMARTCOLLECT CLIENT Graphic visualisation of queried data Export via Excel file User interface to define the data sources to be read out as well as error and warning messages via email. SE SMARTCOLLECT DATABA SQL DATABASE SQL database Contains the collected data Open and unencrypted SMARTCOLLECT SERVER SMARTCOLLECT SERVER Collects and configures data from active sources and channels and writes the same directly into the central database. MM1400 PQ3000 AM3000 AM1000 SMARTCOLLECT software components may be installed on an individual system or on several servers or computers. BM1200 Energy meter INTUITIVE NAVIGATION IN ELECTRICAL NETWORKS

12 SM-1036-000-07-EN-02.17 ▪ Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG 5610 Wohlen Switzerland Aargauerstrasse 7 ▪ ▪ FAX +41 56 618 21 21 TEL +41 56 618 21 11 ▪ [email protected] ▪ www.camillebauer.com Subject to change without notice

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