HRB1684301-11

Default webpages

The meter has a comprehensive set of default webpages that enable you to view basic energy and power quality values, I/O and alarm information, and data and maintenance logs.

In addition, you can use the webpages to configure a variety of settings.

Monitoring

This tab allows you to navigate to the following webpages:

Webpage Description

Basic Readings

  • Basic readings such as Load Current, Power and Voltage in gauge and table display.

  • Demand current and demand power values, including last, present and peak.

  • Accumulated energy values and the date/time of the last reset.

Residual Current*

Displays the instantaneous residual current measurement values.

Power Quality

THD and unbalance values for current and voltage.

Active Alarms *

This is a list of active (unacknowledged) alarm events with a date/timestamp for each event, the value that triggered the alarm (e.g., pickup) and a description of the event type.

Alarm History *

This is a historical list of (acknowledged) alarm events with a date/timestamp for each event, the value that triggered the alarm (e.g., pickup) and a description of the event type.

Inputs/Outputs*

Displays the current status of the digital inputs/outputs and analog inputs.

Data Log

A list of timestamped data recorded in the meter’s data log (energy delivered in Wh, VARh and VAh).

Waveforms*

Displays the waveform capture records caused due to sag/swell events.
*Applicable in specific meter models. Refer to Features differentiation matrix for PM5500 / PM5600 / PM5700 series for the applicability.

Diagnostics

This tab allows you to view the following webpages:

Webpage Description
Meter Information Displays the meter model, serial number and manufacture date in addition to information on the version numbers of the installed firmware (OS, RS, Ethernet, Language and FPGA)
Communications *

Contains diagnostics information for Ethernet, HTTP server, HTTP client, Modbus server and SMTP server to aid in troubleshooting communications.

Displays the meter’s current time and the meter’s last boot time.

Registers Allows you to read a specified block of Modbus registers from the meter or from a slave device when the meter is acting as a gateway.

Maintenance

This tab allows you to view the Maintenance Log webpage.

The Maintenance Log page displays a record of meter events, and in particular, changes to meter setup. Each event is date/timestamped. The Event Type field provides a brief description of what changed and the Event Cause specifies what triggered the event.

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