HRB1684301-11

Data display screens

The meter display screens allow you to view meter values and configure settings.

The titles listed are for the HMI mode in IEEE, with the corresponding titles in IEC mode in square brackets [ ].

  • Bulleted items indicate subscreens and their descriptions.

Current

Amps [I]

Amps Per Phase Instantaneous current measurements for each phase and neutral (Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3], In).

Dmd

Summary of peak current demand values at the last demand interval for each phase and neutral (Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3], In).

  • Iavg, Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3], In, Ig

  • Real-time demand (Pres), peak demand (Peak) and predicted demand (Pred) for the present interval. Average demand for the previous (Last) interval.

  • Pk DT

  • Date and timestamp for the peak demand readings.

Ig Average (Iavg), neutral (In) and residual/ground (Ig) current.
RCM (PM5660 / PM5661 / PM5760 / PM5761 only) Instantaneous residual current measurement (I5 and I6).

Voltage

Volts [U-V]

Voltage L-L [U] Line-to-line phase voltage (Vab [U12], Vbc [U23], Vca [U31]).
Voltage L-N [V] Line-to-neutral phase voltage (Van [V1], Vbn [V2]), Vcn [V3]).

Harmonics

Harm

Harmonics % Graphical representation of harmonics (as a percent of fundamental).

V L-L [U]

  • Fundamental, 3-11, 13-21, 23-31

Line-to-line voltage harmonics data: Numeric magnitude and angle for the fundamental harmonic, and graphical representation of harmonics for the 3rd to 11th, 13th to 21st, and 23rd to 31st odd harmonics for each line-to-line phase voltage (Vab [U12], Vbc [U23], Vca [U31]).

V L-N [V]

  • Fundamental, 3-11, 13-21, 23-31

Line-to-neutral voltage harmonics data: Numeric magnitude and angle for the fundamental harmonic, and graphical representation of harmonics for the 3rd to 11th, 13th to 21st, and 23rd to 31st odd harmonics for each line-to-neutral phase voltage (Van [V1], Vbn [V2]), Vcn [V3]).

Amps [I]

  • Fundamental, 3-11, 13-21, 23-31

Current harmonics data: Numeric magnitude and angle for the fundamental harmonics, and graphical representation of harmonics for the 3rd to 11th, 13th to 21st, and 23rd to 31st odd harmonics for each phase current (Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3]).
TDD/K Total demand distortion and K-factor data for each phase voltage (K-F A [K-F 1], K-F B [K-F 2], K-F C [K-F 3]).

Crest

  • Amps [I], V L-L [U], V L-N [V]

Crest factor data for each phase current (Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3]), line-to-line phase voltage (Vab [U12], Vbc [U23], Vca [U31]), and line-to-neutral phase voltage (Van [V1], Vbn [V2]), Vcn [V3]).

Power

Power [PQS]

Power Summary Summary of real-time power consumption values for total active power in kW (Total [Ptot]), total reactive power in kVAR (Total [Qtot]), and total apparent power in kVA (Total [Stot]).

Phase

  • Active [P], Reac [Q], Appr [S]

Per phase and total power values for active power in kW (A [P1], B [P2], C [P3], Total [Ptot]), reactive power in kVAR (A [Q1], B [Q2], C [Q3], Total [Qtot]) and apparent power in kVA (A [S1], B [S2], C [S3], Total [Stot]).

Pwr Dmd Summary

Summary of peak power demand values in the previous (Last) demand interval period for active power in kW, reactive power in kVAR and apparent power in kVA.

  • Wd [Pd], VARd [Qd], VAd [Sd]

  • Total and per phase peak power demand values in the previous (Last) demand interval for active power demand (Wd [P]), reactive power demand (VARd [Q]) and apparent power demand (VAd [S]).

  • Tot, A [1], B [2], C [3]

  • For the selected power demand screen (active, reactive or apparent), each of these sub-screens (total and per phase demand) display demand values for the present demand (Pres) interval, predicted demand (Pred) based on the current power consumption rate, demand for the previous demand (Last) interval period, and recorded peak power demand (Peak) value.

  • Pk DT

  • Date and timestamp for the peak power demand (Peak) value.

  • QR

  • Power demand parameters embedded in QR code format.

Energy

Energy [E]

Wh, VAh, VARh

Delivered (Del), received (Rec), delivered plus received (D+R) and delivered minus received (D-R) accumulated values for active energy (Wh), apparent energy (VAh) and reactive energy (VARh).

Tariff

  • T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8

  • Displays the available tariffs (T1 through T8).

  • Del

  • Active energy delivered in Wh (W [P]), reactive energy delivered in VARh (VAR [Q]) and apparent energy delivered in VAh (VA [S]) energy for the selected tariff.

  • Rec

  • Active energy received in Wh (W [P]), reactive energy received in VARh (VAR [Q]) and apparent energy received in VAh (VA [S]) energy for the selected tariff

  • InMet

  • Accumulated values on the input metering channels (Ch 1 to Ch 4) for the selected tariff.

Inp Mtr

Accumulated values on the input metering channels (Ch 1 to Ch 4).

  • Dmd

  • Summary of demand values for input metering channels Ch 1 to Ch 4 in the previous (Last) demand interval.

  • Ch 1, Ch 2, Ch 3, Ch 4

  • Demand values for present (Pres) and previous (Last) interval periods, predicted demand (Pred) based on the current consumption rate, and recorded peak demand (Peak) value for the selected input metering channel.

  • Pk DT

  • Date and timestamp for the peak demand reading.

QR

Energy parameters (Wh, VAh, VARh, Tariff and Input metering) embedded in QR code format.

Power Factor

PF

True

True power factor values per phase and total (PFa [PF1], PFb [PF2], PFc [PF3], Total [Ptot]), PF sign, and load type (capacitive = lead, inductive = lag).

Disp

Displacement power factor values per phase and total (PFa [PF1], PFb [PF2], PFc [PF3], Total [Ptot]), PF sign, and load type (capacitive = lead, inductive = lag).

Frequency

Hz [F]

Frequency (Freq), average voltage (Vavg), average current (Iavg) and total power factor (PF) values.

Total harmonic distortion

THD

THD

  • Amps [I], V L-L [U], V L-N [V]

THD (ratio of harmonic content to the fundamental) for phase currents (Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3], In), line-to-line voltages(Vab [U12], Vbc [U23], Vca [U31]) and line-to-neutral voltages (Van [V1], Vbn [V2], Vcn [V3]).

thd

  • Amps [I], V L-L [U], V L-N [V]

thd (ratio of harmonic content to the rms value of total harmonic content) phase currents (Ia [I1], Ib [I2], Ic [I3], In), line-to-line voltages(Vab [U12], Vbc [U23], Vca [U31]) and line-to-neutral voltages (Van [V1], Vbn [V2], Vcn [V3]).

QR

Power quality parameters (THD and thd) embedded in QR code format.

Unbalance

Unbal

Percent unbalance readings for line-to-line voltage (V L-L [U]), line-to-neutral voltage (V L-N [V]) and current (Amps [I]).

Minimum / maximum

MnMx

MnMx

  • Amps [I]

  • Volts [U-V]

  • V L-L [U], V L-N [V]

Summary of maximum values for line-to-line voltage, line-to-neutral voltage, phase current and total power.

  • Minimum and maximum values for phase current.

  • Minimum and maximum values for line-to-line voltage and line-to-neutral voltage.

Power [PQS]

  • Active [P], Reac [Q], Appr [S]

Minimum and maximum values for active, reactive, and apparent power.

PF

  • True, Disp

Minimum and maximum values for true and displacement PF and PF sign.

Hz [F]

Minimum and maximum values for frequency.

THD

  • THD, thd

  • Amps [I], V L-L [U], V L-N [V]

Minimum and maximum values for total harmonic distortion (THD or thd).

  • THD or thd minimum and maximum values for phase or neutral current, line-to-line voltage and line-to-neutral voltage.

Unbal

  • Amps [I], V L-L [U], V L-N [V]

Minimum and maximum values for current unbalance, line-to-line voltage unbalance and line-to-neutral voltage unbalance.

QR

Minimum and maximum values (phase current, line-to-line voltage, line-to-neutral voltage, power (PQS), PF, frequency, power quality and Unbal) embedded in QR code format.

Alarm

Alarm

Active, Hist, Count, Unack

Lists all active alarms (Active), past alarms (Hist), the total number of times each standard alarm was tripped (Count), and all unacknowledged alarms (Unack).

QR

Alarm parameters (active, past alarms, the total number of times each standard alarm was tripped, unacknowledged) embedded in QR code format.

Input / Output

I/O

D Out, D In

A In (PM5570 only)

  • A1

  • A2

Current status (on or off) of the selected digital output or digital input. Counter shows the total number of times an off-to-on change of state is detected. Timer shows the total time (in seconds) that a digital input or digital output is in the on state.

Summary of analog inputs (A1 & A2).

  • Raw Value (mA)

  • Scaled Value

  • Unit

Timer

Timer

Load

Real-time counter that keeps track of the total number of days, hours, minutes and seconds an active load is connected to the meter inputs.

Oper

Real-time counter for the total number of days, hours, minutes and seconds the meter has been powered.

QR

QR

QR

Meter info details, energy parameters, power demand parameters, basic parameter values (current, voltage and power), power quality parameters, minimum / maximum values (phase current, line-to-line voltage, line-to-neutral voltage, power (PQS), PF, frequency, power quality and Unbal), alarm parameters and data log parameters embedded in QR code format.

Maintenance

Maint

Reset

Screens to perform global or single resets.

Setup

  • Meter

    • Basic, Advan, Dmd, Tariff

  • Meter configuration screens.

    • Basic: screens to define the power system and power system components/elements.

    • Advan: screens to set up the active load timer and define the peak demand current for inclusion in TDD calculations.

    • Dmd: screens to set up power demand, current demand and input metering demand.

    • Tariff: screens to set up tariffs.

  • Com

    • Serial, Enet, BACnet

  • Screens to set up serial, Ethernet and BACnet communications.

  • Alarm

    • 1-Sec, Unary, Dig, Logic, Cust1s, Dist (Dist: PM5650 / PM5760 / PM5761 only)

  • Screens to set up standard (1-Sec), unary, digital, logic, custom (Cust1s) and disturbance alarms.

  • I/O

    • LED, D In, D Out, Inp Mtr,
      A In (A In: PM5570 only)

  • Screens to set up the alarm / energy pulsing LED, digital inputs/outputs, input metering channels and analog inputs.

  • HMI

    • Displ, Region, Vavg, Pass (Vavg: Not applicable in PM5561 / PM5562 / PM5661 / PM5761)

  • Screens to configure display settings, edit regional settings, select the type of average voltage you want the meter to display on the summary page and set up meter display access passcodes.

  • Clock

  • Screens to set up the meter date and time.

  • RCM (PM5660 / PM5661 / PM5760 / PM5761 only)

  • Screen to set up I5 toroid and I6 toroid turns.

  • Dist (PM5650 / PM5760 / PM5761 only)

  • Screen to set up sag and swell limits.

  • WFC (PM5650 / PM5760 / PM5761 only)

  • Screen to set up waveform capture.

Diag

Diagnostic screens provide meter information for troubleshooting.

  • Info

  • The Info screen displays the meter model, serial number, date of manufacture, firmware version (including OS - Operating System and RS - Reset System), language version, and OS CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check). The OS CRC value is a number (Hexadecimal format) that identifies the uniqueness between different OS firmware versions.

  • Meter

  • Displays the meter status.

  • Cl Pwr

  • Non-MID meter models: The Cl Pwr screen displays how many times the meter lost control power, and the date and time of its last occurrence.

  • MID meter models: The Cl Pwr screen displays how many times the meter lost control power (auxiliary power), and the last power up and power down events with the timestamp.

  • Phasor

    • Polar

  • Displays a graphical representation of the power system the meter is monitoring.

    • Displays the numeric magnitude and angles of all voltage and current phases.

  • QR

  • Meter info details embedded in QR code format.

Lock (PM5561 / PM5661 / PM5761 only) This locks or unlocks the MID protected quantities.

Clock

Clock

Meter date and time (local or GMT).

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