English User's Manual

User’s Manual
1200A 3-Phase Power Analyzer/Datalogger
MODEL 382100
Table of Contents
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1-1 Features................................................................................................. . 3
1-2 Safety ...................................................................................................... .4
2.0 SPECIFICATIONS
2-1 General Specifications ................................................................................ .5
2-2 Electrical Specifications ................................................................................... .5
3.0 METER DESCRIPTION ................................................................................ .9
4.0 MEASUREMENT PREPARATION
4-1 The original screen ...................................................................................................... .10
4-2 Entering the measurement Screen..................................................................... 10
4-3 Keypad Description Summary ........................................................................... .10
4-4 SETUP Key .................................................................................................................. .11
4-5 Meter Setup Functions (SD Card, PT/CT, Audible Beeper, Decimal Point, Clamp
Type, RS-232, Time/Date, Reset Key) ................................................................ .12
5.0 MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES
5-1 1Φ 2W (single phase two wires) measurement ........................................ .25
5-2 1Φ 3W (single phase three wires) measurement ...................................... .26
5-3 3Φ 3W (three phase three wires) measurement ....................................... .27
5-4 3Φ 4W (three phase four wires) measurement ......................................... .28
5-5 CT and PT measurement .......................................................................................... .29
5-6 Data Logger ....................................................................................................................... 30
5-7 Data Hold.........................................................................................................31
5-8 Display Backlight key......................................................................................32
5-9 A (Current) Range key ............................................................................................... .33
5-10 LOWBAT (Low Battery) screen ...................................................................34
5-11 Appendix - Measurement Definitions .............................................................. .35
6.0 MAINTENANCE
6-1 Cleaning ................................................................................................................ .35
6-2 Battery Replacement........................................................................................... .35
7.0 PC INTERFACE
7-1 RS-232 Protocol ............................................................................. .36
7-2 Download Data from SD Card ......................................................... 37
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1.0 Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Model 382100 Power Analyzer. This instrument is fully
tested and calibrated prior to delivery; proper use and care of this meter will provide years of reliable
service.
1.1 Features
 Large dot-matrix, numerical, backlit LCD
 Full system analysis with up to 35 parameters:
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V (phase-to-phase), V (phase-to-ground)
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A (phase-to-ground)
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KW / KVA / KVAR / PF (phase)
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KW / KVA / KVAR / PF (system)
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KWH / KVAH / KVARH / PFH (system)
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Phase angle
 High accuracy Auto-ranging current clamps (0.2A to 1200.0A)
 600.0VAC input with CAT III-600V safety rating
 Adjustable Current Transformer (CT) and Voltage Transformer (VT) ratio for high power
distribution systems
 Log up to 30,000 reading on removable SD memory card in Excel® format
 Wide sampling rate range (from 2 seconds up to 2 hours)
 Captured measurements imported directly into Excel via the SD memory card
 Easy-to-use onscreen menu
 Easy-to-grab rugged over-molded housing
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1.2 Safety
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CAUTION: Risk of electric shock. Do not attempt to open or disassemble the meter while
taking measurements
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CAUTION: Do not attempt to measure Voltage or Current that exceeds specified limits
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Remove the test leads from the meter before opening the battery compartment cover
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When cleaning, use only a dry cloth to wipe the meter housing. Do not use liquids of any kind
to clean the meter
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Safety Symbols:
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Environmental Conditions
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Installation Category III 600V
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Pollution Degree 2
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Altitude limit: 2000m
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Indoor use only
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Relative Humidity maximum: 80%
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2.0 Specifications
2.1 General Specifications
Circuit
Custom one-chip microprocessor LSI circuit
Display
LCD Size: 81.4 X 61 mm (3.2 X 2.4”)
Dot Matrix backlit LCD (320 X 240 pixels)
Measurements
ACV / ACA / AC Watts (True Power)
AC Watts (Apparent Power)
AC Watts (Reactive Power)
Power factor
Phase angle
Frequency
Wire connections
1P/2W, 1P/3W, 3P/3W, 3P/4W.
Voltage ranges
10 ACV to 600 ACV (Auto Range)
Current ranges
0.2 ACA to 1200 ACA (Auto / Manual Range)
Safety standard
IEC1010 CAT III 600 V
ACV input impedance
10M ohms
Range select
ACV
Auto Range
ACA
Auto / Manual Range
Clamp frequency
response
40 Hz to 1 KHz
Tested frequency
45 to 65 Hz
Over load protection
ACV
720 ACV RMS
ACA
1300 ACA with clamp probe
Over-range indicator
"OL"
Under-range indicator
"UR"
Data Hold
Freezes displayed reading
Data Recording
SD memory card
Sampling Time
Approx. 1 second
Datalogger
Real time data logger saves data to SD memory card for download to
PC (data file opens directly to spreadsheet)
Sampling rate: 2 seconds to 7200 seconds
Datalogger Error
≤ 0.1% of the total number of saved data (typical)
Data Output
Serial or USB connection (cable supplied)
Operating Temp.
0 to 50 C (0 to 122 F)
Operating R.H.
80% Relative Humidity max.
Power Supply
Eight (8) ‘AA’ 1.5VDC batteries or AC - DC 9V power adapter
Power Consumption
Meter: 300 mA DC; Clamp: 34 mA DC
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Max. Conductor size
Clamp can accommodate up to 86 mm (3.4” ) diameter
Weight
Meter: 955g (2.1 lbs.) (with batteries); Clamp: 467g (1.0 lbs)
Dimensions
Meter: 225 X 125 X 64 mm (8.86 X 4.92 X 2.52“)
Clamp: 210 X 64 X 33mm (8.3 X 2.5 X 1.3”)
Clamp Jaw: 86 mm (3.4”)
Accessories Included
Instruction manual
Test Leads: 1 Set (4 pieces)
Alligator clips: 1 Set (4 pieces)
Clamp Probe (3)
AC to DC 9V adapter
SD card (4G)
Carrying case
2.1 Electrical Specifications
Note: When the Active Power value (P1 to P3) and Apparent Power value (S1 to S3) shows the ‘-‘
sign, the current probe is positioned in reverse polarity with respect to the measured current.
ACV
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
10.0V to 600.0V
Phase to neutral line
0.1V
± (0.5%+0.5V)
10.0V to 600.0V
Phase to phase
ACA
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
20A
0.001A (<10A) / 0.01A (≥10A)
± (0.5%+0.1A)
200A
0.01A (<100A) / 0.1A (≥100A)
± (0.5%+0.5A)
1200A
0.1A (<1000A) / 1A (≥1000A)
±(0.5%+5A)
Power Factor
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.00 to 1.00
0.01
± 0.04
PFH (Power Factor Hours): Long Term Power Factor
For 1Φ 3W configurations:
PF  P  / S
For 1Φ 2W configurations:
PF1 = P1 / S1
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Phase Angle
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
-180° to 180°
0.1°
± 1° * ACOS (PF)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
45 to 65 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.1 Hz
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.000 to 9.999 KW
0.001/0.01/0.1 KW*
± (1%+0.008KW)
10.00 to 99.99 KW
0.01/0.1 KW*
± (1%+0.08KW)
100.0 to 999.9 KW
0.1 KW
± (1%+0.8KW)
1.000 to 9.999 MW
0.001 MW
± (1%+0.008MW)
Frequency
Active (Real) Power
*Resolution changes according to ACA range
Apparent Power
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.000 to 9.999 KVA
0.001/0.01/0.1 KVA*
± (1%+0.008KVA)
10.00 to 99.99 KVA
0.01/0.1 KVA*
± (1%+0.08KVA)
100.0 to 999.9 KVA
0.1 KVA
± (1%+0.8KVA)
1.000 to 9.999 MVA
0.001 MVA
± (1%+0.008MVA)
*Resolution changes according to ACA range
Reactive Power
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.000 to 9.999 KVAR
0.001/0.01/0.1 KVAR*
± (1%+0.008 KVAR)
10.00 to 99.99 KVAR
0.01/0.1 KVAR*
± (1%+0.08 KVAR)
100.0 to 999.9 KVAR
0.1 KVAR
± (1%+0.8 KVAR)
1.000 to 9.999 MVAR
0.001 MVAR
± (1%+0.008 MVAR)
*Resolution changes according to ACA range
Notes:
 When the Reactive power value (Q1 to Q3) shows the minus (-) sign, then the current phase lags
the voltage phase (Inductive).
 When the Reactive power value (Q1 to Q3) does not show the (-) sign, then the current phase
leads the voltage phase (Capacitive).
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Watt Hour (Active Power Hour): WH
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.000 to 9.999 KWH
0.001 KWH
± (2%+0.008 KWH)
10.00 to 99.99 KWH
0.01 KWH
± (2%+0.08 KWH)
100.0 to 999.9 KWH
0.1 KWH
± (2%+0.8 KWH)
1.000 to 9.999 MWHR
0.001 MWH
± (2%+0.008 MWH)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.000 to 9.999 KVAH
0.001 KVAH
± (2%+0.008 KVAH)
10.00 to 99.99 KVAH
0.01 KVAH
± (2%+0.08 KVAH)
100.0 to 999.9 KVAH
0.1 KVAH
± (2%+0.8 KVAH)
1.000 to 9.999 MVAH
0.001 MVAH
± (2%+0.008 MVAH)
Range
Resolution
Accuracy
0.000 to 9.999 KVARH
0.001 KVARH
± (2%+0.008 KVARH)
10.00 to 99.99 KVARH
0.01 KVARH
± (2%+0.08 KVARH)
100.0 to 999.9 KVARH
0.1 KVARH
± (2%+0.8 KVARH)
1.000 to 9.999 MVARH
0.001 MVARH
± (2%+0.008 MVARH)
VA Hour (Apparent Power Hour): SH
VAR Hour (Reactive Power Hour): QH
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3.0 Meter Description
3-1 Display
3-2 Phase/Wire button
3-3 ▲ button
3-4 ▼ button
3-5 Hold button
3-6 Backlight button
3-7 Power button
3-8 Exit button
3-9 REC button
3-10 Amp range button
3-11 Shift button
3-12 Setup button
3-13 Volt input terminals
3-14 Probe input sockets
3-15 SD card socket
3-16 RS232 socket
3-17 Reset button
3-18 9V adapter socket
3-19 Battery compartment
3-20 Stand
3-21 Current Sense Jaw
3-22 Trigger
3-23 Plug for current probe
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4.0 Measurement Preparation
4-1 Opening Screen
1. When the meter is powered up the initialization screen appears asking the user to “please wait”.
2. The meter will also check for an inserted SD memory card. ‘SD check’ will appear on the screen.
If an SD card is inserted, the blinking display will switch off after several seconds. When no card
is inserted the display will show ‘No disk’.
4-2 Main Screen
The main screen displays all of the power measurement data.
Figure 4-2: Main Screen
4.3 Keypad layout
1. POWER KEY (3-7, Fig. 1): Press to turn the instrument ON/OFF
2. 1Φ 3Φ (phase/wire) KEY (3-2, Fig. 1): Press to select (1P/2W, 1P/3W, 3P/3W, 3P/4W)
measurement function
3. A (current) RANGE KEY (3-10, Fig. 1): Press to change from AUTO RANGE to MANUAL
RANGE mode for current
4. REC KEY (3-9, Fig. 1): The data record key for the SD Memory Card
5. HOLD KEY (3-5, Fig. 1): Press to freeze the displayed reading
6. BACKLIGHT KEY (3-6, Fig. 1): Press to switch LCD backlight ON/OFF
7. SETUP KEY (3-12, Fig. 1): Press to setup a function before measuring
8. EXIT KEY (3-8, Fig. 1): Press to exit the set-up screen
9. SHIFT KEY (3-11, Fig. 1): Used for programming the functions on the set-up screen
10. UP (▲) KEY (3-3, Fig. 1): Press to move the cursor up
11. DOWN (▼) KEY (3-4, Fig. 1): Press to move the cursor down
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4.4 Setup Key Descriptions
4.4.1 SHIFT KEY
SHIFT 1: When the symbols " SETUP " and " SHIFT 1 " appear on the upper right hand portion
(Fig. 4-4a), use the ▲ or ▼ key to select the an item.
SHIFT 2: When the symbols " SETUP " and " SHIFT 2 " appear on the upper right hand portion of
the display (Fig. 4-4b), use the ▲ or ▼ key to select 1P/2W, 1P/3W, 3P/3W, or 3P/4W for the File
Name function.
Figure 4-4a: SHIFT Key (Screen 1)
Figure 4-4b: SHIFT Key (Screen 2)
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4.4.2 The Setup Function Menu
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Folder Name: Select a name on the SD CARD; the range is WTA01 to WTA10
File Name: Set a file name on the SD CARD (50 filenames are permitted)
REC Date: Show a file’s date-time stamp (Year / Month / Date / Hour / Min / Sec)
Sampling Time: Set the sampling rate from 2 to 7200 seconds
Delete File: Delete an existing data file from the SD CARD
SD Format: Format the SD CARD
PT: Set the Potential Transformer from 1 to 1000
CT: Set the Current Transformer from 1 to 600
Audible Tone: Set ON or OFF
Clamp Type: Select 200A or 1200A
RS232 out Select: RS232 output function (up to nine items can be output
Year: Set the year.
Month: Set the month
Date: Set the date
Hour: Set the hour
Minute: Set the minute
Second: Set the second
4.5 Meter Setup Functions
Press SETUP to enter the Function screen, selected items will appear as highlighted.
4.5.1 Folder name: Set a folder name in the SC Memory Card
1. The Folder Name range is “WTA01” to “WTA10”
2. Press ▲ or y to select a folder number, the available numbers are "01 to 10"
3. Press ▲ or y continuously for at least two seconds to scroll quickly.
4. Press SHIFT once, the symbol " SHIFT1" will appear; then press y to enter Screen 2 (Folder
Name -> File Name)
Figure 4-5-1a: Folder Name (Screen 1)
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Figure 4-5-1b: Folder Name (Screen 2)
4.5.2 File name: Set a file name in the SC Memory Card
1. The screen will show the " NO File " indicator in the REC Date option area when the
selected file is new
2. The screen will show the recording date and time in the REC Date option area for existing
data files
Figure 4-5-2a: File Name (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-2b: File Name (Screen 2)
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3.
File Name description: press ▲ or y in screen 2 (Fig. 4-5-2b) to select a file number from
001 to 050.
Note: When pressing ▲ or y for more than 2 seconds, quicker scrolling will result.
Examples:
1P201001: 1P2 is one phase by two wires, 01 is the folder number, and 001 is the file
number
1P301001: 1P3 is one phase by three wires, 01 is the folder number, and 001 is the file
number
3P301001: 3P3 is three phases by three wires, 01 is the folder number, and 001 is the
file number.
3P401001: 3P4 is three phases by four wires, 01 is the folder number, and 001 is the file
number.
4.
5.
6.
The display will show the " SHIFT1 " symbol when the SHIFT KEY is pressed once from
screen 2 (Fig. 4-5-2b); press y to enter Screen 3 (File Name ~ Sampling Time)
The display will show the " SHIFT2 " symbol when the SHIFT KEY is pressed again in
screen 4 (Fig. 4-5-2d), use▲ or ▼ to select 1P/2W(1P2), 1P/3W(1P3), 3P/3W(3P3), or
3P/4W(3P4)
Now use the SHIFT KEY to select the desired functions
Figure 4-5-2c: File Name (Screen 3)
Figure 4-5-2d: File Name (Screen 4)
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4.5.3 Set the Sampling Time (datalogging rate) for the SD Memory Card
1. When the SHIFT KEY is pressed once, the symbol " SHIFT1 " will switch off, use ▲ or ▼
to adjust the sampling time, the range is 2 to 7200 seconds
2. The display will show the " SHIFT1 " symbol after the SHIFT KEY is pressed again, press
▼ to enter the next setting (Sampling Time ~ Delete File)
Figure 4-5-3a: Sampling Rate (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-3b: Sampling Rate (Screen 2)
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4.5.4 Delete a file on the SD Memory Card
1. Press and hold the SHIFT KEY for at least 2 seconds and the indicator " Y or N " will
appear on the right side of the display
2. Press ▲ and the display will show " Y " in highlight, press the SETUP KEY again to
confirm, the selected file (ex: 3P401001.XLS) will be erased and the meter will then return
to screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-4a)
3. Press ▼ in screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-4a) to enter the next setting function (Delete File → SD
Format)
Figure 4-5-4a: Delete File (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-4b: Delete File (Screen 2)
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4.5.5 Formatting an SD Memory Card
1. Press and hold the SHIFT KEY for at least 2 seconds and the indicator " Y or N " will
appear on the right side of the display, press ▲ and the display will show " Y " highlighted
2. Press SETUP again to confirm the formatting of the SD CARD
3. Press ▼ in screen 1(Fig.4-5-5a) to enter the next setting function (SD Format → PT)
Figure 4-5-5a: Format SD Card Screen 1
Figure 4-5-5: Format SD Card Screen 2
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4.5.6 Potential Transformer (PT) Setup
1. Press SHIFT once, and the symbol " SHIFT1 " will switch off; press ▲ or ▼ to adjust the
PT value (the range is 1 to 1000)
2. Press SHIFT again to return to screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-6a) and then press ▼ to enter the next
function (PT CT)
Figure 4-5-6a: PT Setup (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-6b: PT Setup (Screen 2)
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4.5.7 Current Transformer (CT) Setup
1. Press SHIFT once, and the symbol " SHIFT1 " will switch off; press ▲ or ▼ to adjust the
CT value (the range is 1 to 600)
2. Press SHIFT again to return to screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-7a) then press ▼ to enter the next
function (CT → BEEP)
Figure 4-5-7a: CT Setup (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-7b: CT Setup (Screen 2)
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4.5.8 Audible Beeper ON/OFF
1. Press SHIFT once and the symbol " SHIFT1 " will switch off; press ▲ or ▼ to turn the
beeper ON/OFF
2. Press SHIFT again to return to screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-8a) and then press ▼ to enter the next
function (BEEPER → Decimal type)
Figure 4-5-8a: Beeper (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-8b: Beeper (Screen 2)
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4.5.9 Decimal Format (Basic or European)
Note: SD Memory Cards default to basic decimal format that uses a period, for example: 20.00.
European format uses a comma, for example: 20,00
1. Press SHIFT once and the symbol " SHIFT1 " will switch off; press ▲ or ▼ to select
decimal format (BASIC or EURO)
2. Press SHIFT again to return to screen 1 and then press ▼ to enter the next function
(Decimal type → Clamp type)
Figure 4-5-9a: Decimal (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-9b: Decimal (Screen 2)
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4.5.10 Set Clamp type to 200 A or 1200 A
1. Press SHIFT once and the symbol " SHIFT1 " will switch off; press ▲ or ▼ to select the
clamp type
2. Press SHIFT again to return to screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-10a) and then press ▼ to enter the next
function (Clamp type → RS232 Output Select)
Figure 4-5-10a: Clamp Type (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-10b: Clamp Type (Screen 2)
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4.5.11 Set RS-232 Output Parameters
1. Press and hold the SHIFT KEY for at least two seconds and use ▲ or ▼ to select the
items to output (nine items max.).
2. When the cursor is on the selected item, press SHIFT again and the selected item will be
displayed highlighted
3. If more than nine items are selected the display will show the indicator " full "
4. After the selection process is complete, press and hold SHIFT for at least two seconds to
return to screen 1 (Fig. 4-5-11a) and display all of the selected items
5. Press ▼ in screen 1 to enter the next setting function (RS232 Out Sel → Year)
Figure 4-5-11a: RS232 Output (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-11b: RS232 Output (Screen 2)
4.5.12 Set Time and Date
1. Press SHIFT once and the symbol " SHIFT1" will switch off; Use ▲ or ▼ to set the
parameters (press and hold ▲ or ▼ for at least two seconds to scroll quickly)
2. Press ▼ in screen 1 to enter the next setup function (Year -> Month)
3. The settings (Month -> Date), (Date -> Hour), (Hour -> Minute), (Minute -> Second) are
configured by the same method as described above in steps 1 and 2
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Figure 4-5-12a: Date and Time (Screen 1)
Figure 4-5-12b: Date and Time (Screen 2)
4.5.13 Exit the Setup Mode
When all of the programming has been completed, press the EXIT key to return to the
measurement screen
4.5.14 SD Memory Card definitions
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USE: Memory space that has been filled
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FREE SIZE: Amount of free memory space
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TOTAL SIZE: Maximum memory size of card
Note that SD and SDHC cards can be used
4.5.15 RESET Key
Press the RESET key to reboot the instrument.
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5.0 Measurement Instructions
5.1
1Φ2W (Single Phase - Two Wire) Measurement
1.
Power the instrument ON by pressing the POWER KEY, and then press 1Φ 3Φ KEY to
select the 1Φ 2W system, the selected name of the system will be shown on the bottom
left side of the display on screen 2
2.
Connect the line voltage L1, Vn (Neutral) to V1 and N terminals of the
instrument.
3.
Connect the Clamp (A1) to the conductor (A1)
4.
Connect Clamp 1 (A1) to the A1 terminal of the instrument
5.
The related measurement factors will appear on the display
6.
Measurement definitions can be found in Appendix 1 (5-11)
Fig. 5-1
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5.2
1Φ3W (single phase - three wire) Measurement
1.
Power the instrument ON by pressing POWER KEY, and then press the 1Φ 3Φ KEY to
select 1Φ 3W, the selected name of the configuration will appear on bottom left hand side
of the display for screen 2.
2.
Connect the line voltage L1, L2 and Vn (Neutral) to V1, V2 and N terminals of the
instrument
3.
Connect the two (2) clamps (A1 and A2) to the conductors (A1) and (A2)
4.
Connect Clamp 1 and Clamp 2 (A1 and A2) to the A1 and A2 terminals of the
instrument
5.
The related measurement factors will appear on the display
6.
Measurement definitions can be found in Appendix 1 (5-11)
Fig. 5-2
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5.3
3Φ 3W (three phase - three wire) Measurement
1.
Power the instrument ON by pressing the POWER KEY, and then press 1Φ 3Φ KEY to
select 3Φ 3W, the selected configuration name will appear on bottom left hand side of the
display for screen 2.
2.
Connect the line voltage L1, L2 and L3 to V1, V2 and V3 terminals of the instrument.
3.
Connect the three (3) clamps (A1, A2, A3) to A1, A2 , A3
4.
Connect the three (3) Clamps to the meter using the A1, A2, and A3 terminals
5.
The related measurement factors will appear on the display
6.
Measurement definitions can be found in Appendix 1 (5-11)
Fig. 5-3
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5.4
3Φ 4W (three phase - four wire) Measurement
1.
Power the instrument ON by pressing the POWER KEY, and then press 1Φ 3Φ KEY to
select the 3Φ 4W system, the selected name of the system will appear on the bottom left
hand side of the display for screen 2
2.
Connect the line voltage L1, L2, L3 and Vn to V1, V2, V3 and N terminals of the instrument
3.
Connect the three (3) Clamps (A1, A2, A3) to the conductors A1, A2, A3
4.
Connect the Clamps (A1, A2, A3) to the meter’s A1, A2, A3 terminals
5.
The related measurement factors will appear on the display
6.
Measurement definitions can be found in Appendix 1 (5-11)
Fig. 5-4
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5.5 Current (CT) / Potential (PT) Transformer Measurement
1.
Power the instrument ON by pressing the POWER KEY, and then press the 1Φ 3Φ KEY
to select the 3Φ 4W system, the selected name of the system will appear on the bottom left
hand side of the display for screen 2
2.
Connect the line voltage L1, L2, L3 and Vn to the V1, V2, V3 and N terminals of the
instrument
3.
Connect the three (3) Clamps (A1, A2, A3) to the conductors A1, A2, A3
4.
Connect the Clamps (A1, A2, A3) to the meter’s A1, A2, A3 terminals
5.
The related measurement factors will appear on the display
6.
Measurement definitions can be found in Appendix 1 (5-11)
Fig. 5-5
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5.6 – Datalogger Function
1.
Press the REC KEY once to begin
2.
If the meter display shows " Change Card " at the bottom right, either the SD CARD
memory is full or the SD CARD is damaged
3.
If the SD CARD is functional and it has available space datalogging will begin
Fig.5-6a
4.
The display will show the recorded data points on the bottom right side of screen
5.
Each file can store up to 30,000 data points. When the number of data points reaches
30,000 the system will create a new file automatically. (For example, WTA01001.XLS will
be replaced by WTA01002.XLS)
6.
Press the REC KEY twice to stop datalogging
7.
Instructions are provided elsewhere in this manual for exporting the stored data to a
spreadsheet on a PC
Fig. 5-6b
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Fig. 5-6c
5.7 – Data Hold Function
1.
During a measurement, press the HOLD KEY once, the display will show “HOLD” on the
bottom right side of the screen
2.
Press the HOLD KEY twice to disable the Data HOLD function; the “ HOLD” display will
switch off
Fig. 5-7a
Fig. 5-7b
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5.8 – LCD Backlight Key
Press to turn the backlight ON or OFF. Note: Use of the backlight will place a higher burden on
battery power.
5.9 – Current (A) RANGE Key (AUTO / MANUAL RANGE)
1.
Use the A RANGE KEY to step through the available display ranges
2.
Press and hold the A RANGE KEY for at least for 2 seconds to change from MANUAL
RANGE to AUTO RANGE
Fig. 5-9a
Fig. 5-9b
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Fig. 5-9c
Fig. 5-9d
5.10 – Low Battery Indication (LOW BAT)
When the LOW BAT indicator appears, replace the batteries as described in the Battery
Replacement section of this manual. Use of weak batteries will comprise measurement
accuracy and meter performance.
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5.10 – Appendix – Measurement Definitions

V12, V23, V31 : Line Voltage

V1, V2, V3 : Phase Voltage

A1, A2, A3 : Line Current

P1, P2, P3 : True Power of each phase (W)

S1, S2, S3 : Apparent Power of each phase. (VA)

Q1, Q2, Q3 : Reactive Power of each phase (VAR)

PX : Total True Power (W)

SX : Total Apparent Power (VA)

QX : Total Reactive Power (VAR)

PF1, PF2, PF3 : Power Factor of each phase

PEX : Total Power Factor

PFH : Long Term Average Power Factor ( WH/SH )

CD 1, CD 2, CD 3 : Phase Angle of each phase

WH : Watt Hour

SH : Apparent Power Hour

QH : Reactive Power Hour

1CD 2W : One phase by two wires

1CD 3W : One phase by three wires

3CD 3W : Three phases by three wires

3CD 4W : Three phases by four wires

SEC : The sampling time of data logger

CT : Current transformer

PT : Potential transformer
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6.0 Maintenance
CAUTION: Remove test leads before opening the battery cover; Electrical Shock Hazard.
6.1 Cleaning
CAUTION: When cleaning, use only a dry cloth. Do not use liquids of any kind to clean the
meter.
6.2 Battery Replacement
1.
When the display shows the " LOWBAT " indicator ( ref. 5-10), replace the batteries as
soon as possible
2.
Open the Battery Cover (3-19, Fig. 1) and remove the batteries
3.
Replace the eight (8) batteries (1.5Vdc ‘AA’ batteries) and close the battery cover
You, as the end user, are legally bound (Battery ordinance) to return all used batteries
and accumulators; disposal in the household garbage is prohibited!
You can hand over your used batteries / accumulators at collection points in your
community or wherever batteries / accumulators are sold!
Disposal: Follow the valid legal stipulations in respect of the disposal of the device
at the end of its lifecycle
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7.0 PC Interface
7.1 RS-232 Serial PC Interface Protocol
The meter is equipped with a 3.5mm diameter
phone jack (3-16, Fig. 1) for PC interface purposes.
The output is a 16 digit data stream. The 16 digit
data stream is configured as follows:
D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
D15
Start Word
D14
4
D13
D12 & D11
1 CH = 1
2 CH = 1 to 2
3 CH = 1 to 3
4 CH = 1 to 4
5 CH = 1 to 5
6 CH = 1 to 6
7 CH = 1 to 7
8 CH = 1 to 8
9 CH = 1 to 9
Annunciator for Display
31=HZ
C0 = MW
D1 = GW/Hr
32=DEGREE
C1 = GW
D2 = TW/Hr
48=K WATT
C2 = TW
D3 = KVA/Hr
50=ACV
C3 = MVA
D4 = MVA/Hr
52=ACA
C4 = GVA
D5 = GVA/Hr
64=KVA
C5 = TVA
D6 = TVA/Hr
65=KW/HR
C6 = KVAR
D7 = KVAR/Hr
B6 = KACV
C7 = MVAR
D8 = MVAR/Hr
B7 = MACV
C8 = GVAR
D9 = GVAR/Hr
B8 = KACA
C9 = TVAR
E0 = TVAR/Hr
B9 = MACA
D0 = MW/Hr
F9 = PF; G2 = PFH
D10
Polarity (0 = Positive; 1 = Negative)
D9
Decimal Point(DP), position from right to the left 0 = No DP, 1= 1 DP, 2 = 2
DP, 3 = 3 DP
Display reading, D1 = LSD, D8 = MSD
For example : Display reading = 1234; D8 to D1 is : 00001234
D8 to D1
D0
End Word
RS232 settings: Baud rate: 9600; Parity: None; Data Bits: 8; Stop bits: 1
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7.2 Download SD Card Data to PC
1.
After a Datalogging session, remove the SD card from the SD card socket (Section 3, item
3-15)
2.
Plug the SD card into a PC SD card slot or into an SD card adapter
3.
Power the computer and run spreadsheet software. Download the stored data file from the
SD Card to the PC (file name examples: 3P401001.XLS, 1P201001.XLS, 1P301001.XLS,
3P301001.XLS)
4.
The data files can be opened directly into a spreadsheet program
Example 1 – Data File opened in spreadsheet
Example 2 – Data File opened in spreadsheet
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Examples 3 and 4 – Data File opened in spreadsheet
Example 5 – Data File opened in spreadsheet
Example 6 – Data File opened in spreadsheet
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Example Graphic Screen 1
Example Graphic Screen 2
Example Graphic Screen 3
Example Graphic Screen 4
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Example Graphic Screen 5
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