26 09 13 42 00 ELECTRICAL POWER MONITORING AND CONTROL PAC4200

SECTION [26 09 13 42 00] [16290]
ELECTRICAL POWER MONITORING AND CONTROL
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
SCOPE
A.
1.2
RELATED DOCUMENTS
A.
Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
Conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
B.
[Related Sections include the following:
1.
Section [26 09 26.03] [16145] – Lighting Control Devices
2.
Section [26 23 00] [16430] – Low Voltage Switchgear
3.
Section [26 24 13] [16441] – Switchboard
4.
Section [26 24 16] [16442] – Panelboards
5.
Section [26 24 19] [16443] – Motor Control Centers]
1.3
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit shop drawings and product data for approval and final documentation in the quantities
listed according to the Conditions of the Contract. Customer name, customer location and
customer order number shall identify all transmittals.
B.
[Final Documents: Record documentation to include wiring diagrams, [certified test
reports,] instruction and installation manuals.]
1.4
RELATED STANDARDS
A.
1.5
Meet the following recognized standards for application in hardened environments:
1.
Device must meet all international standards for Safety and Construction applicable to
this type of device:
a.
ANSI C12.20, 0.5% Revenue requirements
b.
IEC61557-12 accuracy certified samples at over 2048 per 10/12 cycles samples
per cycle or 170 samples/cycle.
2.
The meter shall also meet the followings standard compliances:
a.
UL, CSA and CE Approvals:
1.)
UL 61010-1, 2nd Ed.
2.)
CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 61010-1-04, 2nd Ed.
3.)
CE approved.
4.)
Class 0.2 S acc. to IEC61557-12. (Correlates to IEC62053-22)
3.
The meter shall meet the following Safety / Construction Standards:
a.
IEC1010-1 (EN61010-1): Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment, Control
and Laboratory Use.
b.
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-04, 2nd Ed.: Safety requirements of Canadian
Standard Association.
QUALITY ASSURANCE.
A.
1.6
This section defines low voltage power metering for use in AC systems. These low voltage
power meters may be applied on systems rated 600 V or less without PT’s or on higher voltage
systems with PT’s.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer of this equipment shall have a minimum of 5 years
experience producing similar electrical equipment.
1.
Comply with requirements of latest revisions of applicable industry standards.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
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A.
Store and handle in strict compliance with manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations.
Protect from potential damage from weather and construction operations. If the meters are
installed in equipment, store the equipment so condensation will not form on or in it. If
necessary, apply temporary heat where required to obtain suitable service conditions.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
2.2
[The low voltage power meter shall be type SENTRON PAC4200 by Siemens Industry Inc.
or pre-approved equal. Approved manufacturers are as follows:
1.
Siemens (ACCESS)
2.
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COMPONENTS
A.
Revenue accurate multifunction power meter.
1.
Provide a high accuracy power meter meeting the requirements set forth in this
specification. Note any exceptions taken with a detailed description.
a.
Meter shall be Siemens Type SENTRON PAC4200 Power Meter with options and
features described in this section.
2.
The meter shall have at least the following features:
a.
Current inputs: The meter shall accept three 5A nominal current inputs. The
current inputs are capable of measuring up to 5A RMS (300V RMS maximum
voltage). All current inputs provide:
1.)
Dielectric withstand of 3000Vrms 47-63 Hz for 1 minute.
2.)
Surge protection of 120 A RMS for 1 second, non-recurring.
b.
The meter shall have three voltage inputs (V1, V2, and V3). The voltage inputs
can measure from 0 to 400 Vrms (line-to-neutral) or from 0 to 690 Vrms (line-toline).
c.
The meter shall have provisions for direct connection (require no PTs) for Wye
(Star) systems up to 400 VAC (line-to-neutral) or 690 VAC (line-to-line). All
voltage inputs provide:
1.)
Dielectric withstand of 3250 VAC RMS, 60 Hz for 1 minute.
2.)
Overload protection of 1500 VAC RMS continuous.
d.
Power supply:
1.)
[95 - 240 VAC (±10%), 50 to 60 Hz]
2.)
[140 – 340V DC (±10%)]
e.
Typical burden is 6 VA, maximum burden is 8 VA. Dielectric withstand is 2000
VAC RMS, 60 Hz for 1 minute.
f.
The meter shall provide for Ring Tongue or Screw terminals to meet various
regulations.
g.
Operating frequency: 45 to 64 Hz.
h.
Standard Communications port shall be a RJ45 Modbus TCP 10/100BaseT
Copper Ethernet communication. The metering instrument shall have the following
optional communications ports:
1.)
[Profibus DP] [Profibus DP will programmable to communicate 9600
BPS to 12 MPBS with supplied .GSD file.]
2.)
[Modbus RTU (RS-485) serial] [Modbus will be programmable to
communicate at speeds from 4800 to 38.4 bits per second]
3.)
Expanded I/O with four Digital In and two digital out - both wet
contacts.
i.
The meter shall support broadcast messages from multiple computer systems at
the same time.
j.
The meter shall provide as “standard” the following Inputs/Outputs:
1.)
Two Dry Digital Input – rated at 24 VDC / 0.7mA
2.)
Two Dry Digital Output – rated 12-24 VDC, 0-10mA
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2.3
A universal counter shall be designed into the meter to count pulses coming into
the digital inputs for measuring variables such as Water, Gas, Air, etc.
Sample Rate shall be at least 170 samples / cycle.
Meter shall support multiple languages including English, German, French,
Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Chinese and Russian.
Meter design shall be:
1.)
A background-illuminated graphic LCD sized 128 x 96 pixel resolution..
2.)
An overview size of 3.78”L x 3.78”W (96 x 96mm) and a depth of 2.00”
(51mm), with an optional module added the depth shall be 2.87” (73mm).
Basic meter design shall provide for (2) two expansion slots.
OVERVIEW
A.
The meter shall be able to be upgraded in the field without removing the meter.
B.
The meter shall measure the following variables as standard without optional plug in modules or
optional cards;
1.
Basic Measurements
a.
Voltage (l-n) per phase, Voltage (l-l) per phase, Voltage (l-l) average, Voltage (l-n)
average, Current per phase, Current average total, Active Power (kW) per phase
and total, Apparent Power (kVa) per phase and total, Reactive Power (kVAR) per
phase and total,
2.
Advanced Measurements (Included)
a.
Power factor (per phase and total), Voltage THD per phase, Current THD per
phase, Frequency, total active power demand import/export; Meter running
counter, universal counter, limit alarming for 6 values
3.
Min/Max Values
a.
Voltage (l-n) per phase, Voltage (l-l) per phase, Average Voltage (l-l) and (l-n) total;
Current per phase, Active Power (kW) per phase and total, Apparent Power (kVa)
per phase and total, Reactive Power (kVAR) per phase and total, Power factor (per
phase and total), Voltage THD per phase, Current THD per phase, Frequency,
4.
Energy Measurements
a.
Energy (kWh) import/export , high/low tariff; Apparent energy (kVAh), high/low
tariff; Reactive energy (kVARh) import/export, high/low tariff Peak power demand
(kW), Current demand, Peak current demand, Neutral current, Reactive power
(kVAR) peak demand, Apparent power (kVA) peak demand,.
C.
The meter shall calculate the following information for any reading at 1-second intervals:
1.
Sliding window demands for any parameter with user-programmable length of demand
period.
2.
Number of sub-periods to match local utility billing method.
D.
The meter shall display “actual” readings on the display. No manual calculation shall be
required to obtain actual readings.
E.
The meter shall display all measured parameters on the front display.
F.
Harmonic Bar Charts shall be available on the display.
G.
Phasor Diagram shall be available on the display to provide fast system diagnostics.
H.
Remote access to all metering parameters shall be available through the Ethernet
communications port and Serial port at the same time.
I.
Meter shall provide as standard the ability to customize up to four screens.
J.
The meter shall act as a “Gateway” allowing up to 32 Modbus serial to be connected to the
meter and the data passed to the Ethernet LAN.
K.
An internal Clock shall be provided to allow time and date stamping of data.
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L.
The meter shall have the ability to monitor as least twelve (12) different set points for alarming.
These include: V, I, Power, VAR, VA, Freq, THD and PF.
M.
Standard logic functionality shall be available in the meter for setting up custom alarms that can
be sent out via the digital output or through the communications port.
N.
The meters shall be field programmable as follows:
1.
Basic parameters: Voltage input scale, voltage mode (Wye, Delta, single phase), current
input scale, auxiliary input and output scales, and communications setup parameters are
programmable from the front panel.
2.
All basic parameters described above may be programmed via the communications port
using a portable or remotely located computer terminal.
3.
Provisions must be made to ensure that programming through a computer can be
secured by user ID and password.
4.
Provisions must be made to ensure that programming through the front panel is secured
by password.
O.
The meter shall include flash memory to store in non-volatile memory the following:
1.
All setup data
2.
Accumulated energy and demand data.
P.
The meter shall include data and event logging, as follows:
1.
Kw, kWd, Min/Max values for up to 40 days at 15 min intervals.
2.
Event logging for up to 4096 operations.
3.
Logs shall be first in first out or fixed.
4.
Date and time synchronization shall be through the digital input, communication
interfaces or internal clock.
Q.
Storage of load demand values
1.
Meter shall have storage capacity of up to 4096 operation, control or system events
2.
Power demand values (load profile) for apparent, active and reactive power for 4 month
with minimum & maximum values at a 15min. measuring period
3.
Total reactive power, fundamental reactive power or distorted reactive power, selectable
4.
Arithmetic or cumulated power demand values could be calculated
5.
Synchronization via digital input, communication interfaces or internal clock
6.
Supports fixed or rolling block method.
2.4
DESIGN
A.
[Select either 2.4.A.1 or 2.4.A.2. For 2.4.A.2, select a, b, c, d, e, f or g]
The SENTRON PAC4200 meter shall be available in the following unit design configurations:
1.
[One-piece design that fits into a 96mmx96mm cutout.]
2.
Din Rail Mountable Version
3.
[Multi Meter Pack Enclosure (NEMA 1) with the following sizes:
a.
[One meter]
b.
[Up to Two meters]
c.
[Up to Four meters]
d.
[Up to Six meters]
e.
[Up to Eight meters]
f.
[Up to Ten meters]
g.
[Up to Twelve meters]]
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PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A.
The Contractor shall furnish, install and terminate all communication conductors and associated
conduits external to any factory supplied equipment.
B.
All communication conductor wiring and routing shall
recommendations and as shown on the contract drawings.
C.
Additional connections to metering systems, where applicable, shall be done in the field by [the
manufacturer’s start-up service group] [the installing contractor].
3.2
be
per
the
manufacturer's
ADJUSTING AND CLEANING
A.
The meters shall be adjusted so that accurate readings appear on the front of the meter and
that the readings are within the meters accuracy range.
B.
Clean exposed surfaces using manufacturer recommended materials and methods.
3.3
TESTING
A.
3.4
Perform factory and installation tests in accordance with applicable NEC, NEMA and UL
requirements.
WARRANTY
A.
3.5
Equipment manufacturer warrants that all goods supplied are free of non-conformities in
workmanship and materials for one year from date of initial operation, but not more than
eighteen months from date of shipment.
[STARTUP SERVICES
A.
[Engage a factory-authorized service representative to perform startup service.
B.
Train Owner's maintenance personnel on procedures and schedules for energizing and
de-energizing, troubleshooting, servicing and maintaining equipment and schedules.
C.
Verify that the [meter is] [meters are] installed and connected according to the Contract
Documents.
D.
Verify that electrical control wiring installation complies with manufacturer's submittal by
means of point-to-point continuity testing. Verify that wiring installation complies with
requirements in Division [26] [16] Sections.
E.
Complete installation
instructions.]
3.6
and startup
checks according to manufacturer's written
SUPPORT
A.
The electrical equipment manufacturer shall provide a 1-800 number for telephone support.
B.
PMCS Vendor shall provide training at a dedicated training facility within their Power Monitoring
Headquarters, complete with software, devices and demonstrations.
C.
The PMCS vendor shall also provide on-line support for technical information and literature.
END OF SECTION
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