26 09 13 95 10 ELECTRICAL POWER MONITORING AND CONTROL 9510

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ELECTRICAL POWER MONITORING AND CONTROL
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1
SCOPE
A.
1.2
This section defines low voltage power metering for use in AC systems, rated 600 V or less.
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 (where applicable) include the following:
1.
Section [26 24 13] [16441] – Switchboards
2.
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, instruction and
installation manuals [and certified test reports].]
1.4
RELATED STANDARDS
A.
Meet the following recognized standards for application in hardened environments
1.
Device must meet all international standards for Safety & Construction applicable to this
type of device:
a.
UL3111-1
b.
CSA C22.2 No 1010-1
c.
IEC1010-1 (EN61010-1)
2.
Device must meet all international standards for Electromagnetic Immunity applicable to
this type of device:
a.
IEEE C.37-90.1-1989 IEEE Standard Surge Withstand Capability (SWC) Tests for
Protective Relays and Relay Systems (ANSI) (All inputs except for the network
communication port)
b.
IEC1000-4-2 (EN61000-4-2/IEC801-2) Electrostatic Discharge (B)
c.
IEC1000-4-3 (EN61000-4-3/IEC801-3) Radiated EM Field Immunity (A)
d.
IEC1000-4-4 (EN61000-4-4/IEC801-4) Electric Fast Transient (B)
e.
IEC1000-4-5 (EN61000-4-5/IEC801-5) Surge Immunity (B)
f.
IEC1000-4-6 (EN61000-4-6/IEC801-6) Conducted Immunity
g.
ANSI C62.41 Surge Immunity
h.
IEC1000-3-2 (EN61000-3-2) Limits for harmonic currents emissions (equipment
input current < 16 amps per phase).
i.
IEC1000-3-3 (EN61000-3-3) Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low
voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current < 16 amps.
j.
ENV51040 Radiated EM Field Immunity (A)
k.
ENV51041Conducted EM Field Immunity (A)
l.
EN50082-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility, immunity
3.
Device must meet all international standards for Electromagnetic Emissions
a.
FCC Part 15 Subpart B, Class A Class A Digital Device, Radiated Emissions
b.
EN55011 (CISPR 11) Radiated/Conducted Emissions (Group 1, Class A)
c.
EN55022 (CISPR 22) Radiated/Conducted Emissions (Class A)
d.
EN50081-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility, emissions
4.
Device must comply with IEC687 S0.2
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B.
1.5
Device must provide measurement accuracy that meets or exceeds ANSI C12.20 CA0.2
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer of this equipment shall have a minimum of 5 years
experience producing similar electrical equipment.
1.
1.6
Comply with requirements of latest revisions of applicable industry standards.
DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
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 9510 by Siemens Industry Inc. or preapproved equal. Approved manufacturers are as follows:
1.
Siemens (ACCESS)
1.
.]
COMPONENTS
A.
Power Quality Meter with Advanced Power Quality Measurement Accuracy
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 9510 Power Meter with options and features
described in this section.
2.
Basic hardware requirements of the Power Quality meter are as follows:
a.
Voltage inputs: The device shall have five voltage inputs (V1, V2, V3, V4, and
Vref). The voltage inputs shall be capable of measuring from 0 to 347 Vrms (lineto-neutral) or from 0 to 600 Vrms (line-to-line). The device shall have provisions
for direct connection (require no PTs) for Wye (Star) systems up to 347 VAC (lineto-neutral) or 600 VAC (line-to-line). The device shall also have provisions for
direct connection to Delta systems (with allowance of accuracy degradation of
0.15%) up to 277 VAC (line-to-neutral) or 480 VAC (line-to-line). All voltage inputs
shall provide:
1.)
Dielectric withstand of 3250 VAC rms, 60 Hz for 1 minute
2.)
Overload protection of 1500 VAC rms continuous
3.)
Fault capture to 1400 V peak at the device terminals
b.
Current inputs: The device shall have five current inputs (I1, I2, I3, I4, and I5). The
current inputs shall be capable of measuring up to 20 A rms (600 V rms maximum
voltage). All current inputs shall provide:
1.)
Dielectric withstand of 3250 VAC rms, 60 Hz for 1 minute
2.)
500 A rms for 1 second, non-recurring
3.)
Fault capture to 50 A rms or 70 A peak at the device terminals
c.
Power supply: The device shall accept power from 85-240 VAC (+/-10%), 47 to 63
Hz or 110-330 VDC (+/-10%) without external converters or separate ordering
options. Maximum burden shall be 20 VA. Ride-through shall be a minimum of
100ms (6 cycles @ 60Hz) for 96 VAC, or 200ms (12 cycles @ 60 Hz) for 120 VAC
or 800ms (48 cycles @ 60 Hz) for 240 VAC. Dielectric withstand shall be 2300
VAC rms, 60 Hz for 1 minute.
d.
On-board I/O: The device supplied shall have the following built-in I/O for this
project.
1.)
Three (3) Form C dry contact relays rated for switching of 2500 VA resistive
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2.)
3.)
e.
f.
Four (4) Form A solid state outputs
8 Digital inputs (S1 to S8, SCOM), self-excited dry contact sensing, no
external voltage required, +30VDC differential between SCOM and S1
through S8 inputs
4.)
The following additional I/O may be added through the application of one of
the following I/O cards. Meter must be able to field retrofit to upgrade to
include these cards.
a.)
Four 0 to 1 mA analog inputs and 8 digital inputs
b.)
Four 0 to 20 mA analog inputs and 8 digital inputs
c.)
Four -1 to 1 mA analog outputs and 8 digital inputs
d.)
Four 0 to 20 mA analog outputs and 8 digital inputs
e.)
Four 0 to 20 mA analog inputs, four 0 to 20 mA analog outputs and 8
digital inputs
f.)
Four 0 to 1 mA analog inputs, four -1 to 1 mA analog outputs and 8
digital inputs ]
Communications
1.)
Provide the following built-in ports in the purchased configuration. All
communication ports shall be standard technology, as defined by the IEEE.
No communication interfaces not defined by the IEEE shall be accepted.
a.)
Standard communications card: includes RS-232/RS-485 (COM1),
RS-485 (COM2), programmable for baud rates from 1200 to 115200
bits per second.
b.)
An IrDA optical port at the face of the meter display for quick
downloading of meter information with the IrDA port on a laptop.
2.)
Meter must be able to field retrofit to upgrade to the following built-in port
options
a.)
10/100baseT Ethernet connection– with dual master functionality.
b.)
100baseFX Ethernet option– with dual master functionality.
c.)
33.6kbps Modem
3.)
All communication ports in this section must support all of the following
communication capabilities, independently configurable.
a.)
SEAbus/ION protocol
b.)
Modbus RTU protocol
c.)
DNP 3.0 protocol –serial and Ethernet
d.)
XML
e.)
Independent communications from each port simultaneously with no
noticeable interruption of communications from any of the other
communication ports
f.)
Protocols must be field configurable from the front display or via
communications ports. This must be capable of being accomplished
without resetting the meter, or interrupting its operations in any way.
g.)
Modem and Ethernet port options must support simultaneous
communication to the meter in question and gateway capability to
other RS485 devices on the network via the meter's RS485 ports.
h.)
Support upgrade of the instrumentation firmware.
i.)
Support time synchronization broadcast messages from a host
computer system
j.)
Support time synchronization to GPS time signal
1/4 VGA, bright graphical display (320x240 pixel resolution)
1.)
Ability to display meter data in multiple intuitive formats at the meter display,
with a minimum of the following types of screens.
a.)
3 lines of 1/2" characters for easy viewing of critical power information
b.)
20 real time values on one display for summary overview of currents
and voltages or power readings.
c.)
Display graphical vector representation of all 3 phase voltages and
currents, updated in real time at the meter display, for quick
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3.
4.
5.
6.
determination of improper wiring and unusual system conditions
without the need of a computer.
d.)
Display graphical charts of all harmonics (up to the 63rd harmonic) for
each phase voltage and current.
g.
The device shall include 5 MB (optional 10MB) of memory (NVRAM) to store the
following:
1.)
All setup data.
2.)
A time-stamped event log supporting at least 500 events with 1ms resolution
shall record the following information about each event:
a.)
Time of event
b.)
Cause of event
c.)
Effect of event
d.)
Device output reactions
e.)
Priority of event
3.)
Fifty (50) Data Recorder Modules that can each store up to 16 channels of
historical trend data with the following features:
a.)
Each data recorder shall be able to record any high speed (½-cycle)
or high accuracy (1-second) parameter, either measured or derived.
b.)
Each data recorder shall be enabled and triggered manually or
through internal operating conditions, including periodic timer or set
point activity.
c.)
The number of records (depth) of each data recorder and the
overflow conditions (stop-when-full or circular) shall be
programmable.
4.)
Min/Max data for all monitored parameters
5.)
Waveform recordings as described in the power quality paragraph below.
The devices that are equipped with an Ethernet port are Internet enabled and shall
include:
a.
[email protected]®: Automatically e-mail alarm notifications or scheduled system status
updates. E-mail messages sent by the devices can be received like any ordinary
e-mail message. Data logs can also be sent on an event-driven or scheduled
basis.
b.
WebMeter™: Standard built in web pages in the device enable access to real-time
values and basic power quality information using a standard web browser. Basic
configuration of the device can also be performed through the browser. Web pages
must be configurable to allow custom HTML pages to be created. Device must
also support display of downstream devices from the web browser, i.e. feeders and
trip units on customizable web pages within the meter.
c.
XML compatible: Supports easy integration with custom reporting, spreadsheet,
database and other applications
The device shall accommodate high speed Modbus TCP communications when
connected to Ethernet Port 502.
The device shall support Modbus Master Capability to request data from Modbus RTU
compatible slave devices, and make the data available for display on the front panel,
logging, alarming, for calculations and on the meters internal HTML web pages.
The device shall provide technology and functionality to provide high end Power Quality
monitoring as follows:
a.
Continuously sample at 256 samples per cycle on all voltage and current inputs to
support high-end power quality requirements.
b.
High-speed sag/swell detection of voltage disturbances shall be available on a
cycle-by-cycle basis, providing the duration of the disturbance and the minimum,
maximum and average value of the voltage for each phase during the disturbance.
Disturbances less than one cycle in duration shall be detected.
c.
High-speed voltage transient detection, capture and recording: ITIC (CBEMA),
IEEE
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d.
7.
Nine (9) programmable oscillographic waveform recorders with the following
features:
1.)
Each waveform recorder shall be able to record a digitized representation of
any phase voltage or current signal.
2.)
Each waveform recorder shall be enabled and triggered manually or through
internal operating conditions, including periodic timer or set point activity.
3.)
High speed triggering shall be supported.
4.)
The number of records (depth) of each data recorder and the overflow
conditions (stop-when-full or circular) shall be programmable.
5.)
The number of cycles and the sampling frequency for the waveform shall be
programmable. The following digitized signal representations shall be
available (at 50Hz or 60Hz):
a.)
[256 samples per cycle x 7 cycles
b.)
128 samples per cycle x 14 cycles
c.)
64 samples per cycle x 14 cycles
d.)
64 samples per cycle x 28 cycles
e.)
32 samples per cycle x 12 cycles
f.)
32 samples per cycle x 26 cycles
g.)
32 samples per cycle x 40 cycles
h.)
32 samples per cycle x 54 cycles
i.)
16 samples per cycle x 22 cycles
j.)
16 samples per cycle x 48 cycles
k.)
16 samples per cycle x 72 cycles
l.)
16 samples per cycle x 96 cycles ]
e.
Harmonics Monitoring
1.)
On-board calculation of individual harmonics for all phase currents and
phase to neutral or phase-to-phase voltages, up to the 63rd harmonic.
2.)
On-board calculation of total harmonic distortion (up to the 63rd harmonic)
for all phase currents and phase to neutral or phase-to-phase voltages.
3.)
Software individual and total harmonic distortion up to the 127th
4.)
On-board calculation of k-factors for all phase currents
The device shall provide a User Interface with features as follows:
a.
The device shall be capable of calculating the following information for any reading
at 1-second intervals:
1.)
Thermal demand calculations for any parameter, with user-programmable
length of demand period to match local utility billing method.
2.)
Sliding window demands for any parameter with user-programmable length
of demand period and number of sub-periods to match local utility billing
method.
3.)
Predicted Demand calculations of sliding window demand parameters, with
user-programmable predictive response characteristics.
4.)
Minimum value for any measured parameter.
5.)
Maximum value for any measured parameter.
6.)
Derived values for any combination of measured or calculated parameter,
using the following arithmetic, trigonometric and logic functions (equivalent
PLC capabilities):
a.)
Arithmetic functions: division, multiplication, addition, subtraction,
power, absolute value, square root, average, max, min, RMS, sum,
sum-of-squares, unary minus, integer ceiling, integer floor, modulus,
exponent, PI
b.)
Trigonometric functions: COS, SIN, TAN, ARCCOS, ARCSIN,
ARCTAN, LN, LOG10
c.)
Logic functions: =, =>, <=, <>, <, > and, OR, NOT, IF
d.)
Thermocouple linearization functions: Type J, Type K, Type R, Type
RTD, Type T
e.)
Temperature conversion functions: C to F, F to C
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b.
8.
The device shall support direct display of all parameters on the front panel in user
programmable groups, using plain language labels. Simultaneous access to all
parameters shall be available through any communication port.
c.
The device shall be field programmable as follows:
1.)
Basic parameters: Voltage input scale, voltage mode (wye, delta, and 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, plus additional set point/relay and
data log setup parameters may be programmed via the communications
port using a portable or remotely located computer terminal.
3.)
The priority of set point events shall be programmable.
4.)
Using ION modules, support customized configurations of all operating
parameters.
5.)
Provisions shall be made to ensure that programming through a computer
can be secured by user ID and password.
6.)
Provisions shall be made to ensure that programming through the front
panel is secured by password.
d.
The device shall have provisions for creating periodic or aperiodic schedules for up
to two (2) years. These schedules may be used to perform the following functions:
1.)
Time of Use (TOU)
a.)
The device shall provide extensive Time of Use (TOU) functionality to
store and monitor up to 20 years of seasonal rate schedules. The
TOU feature shall allow four seasons, four-day types (each one
capable of at least eight switch times, with a resolution of one
minute). The TOU feature shall support four rate tariffs and at least
twelve holidays per year and shall allow periodic self-read capability.
2.)
Demand Control
3.)
Load Scheduling
4.)
Logging
5.)
Periodic Resetting
Alarming and set point operations shall be supported. The following features are the
minimum requirements for this function:
a.
The device shall provide set point control of internal recording mechanisms and all
digital output relays as follows:
1.)
24 programmable set points shall be provided, each of which can respond to
out-of-range and alarm conditions for any measured parameter.
a.)
Each set point shall have 1-second minimum response time for high
accuracy operation and ½ cycle typical response time for high-speed
operation.
b.)
Each set point shall have programmable pick-up and dropout levels
(high and low limits) and time delays on operate and release.
c.)
Activity of each set point shall generate an event of a programmable
priority. Priority levels shall support up to 256 levels of alarm severity.
d.)
Any set point shall be programmable to any operating condition and
any number of available set points shall be concurrently
programmable to operate on a particular condition to support multiple
threshold conditions.
e.)
Set points shall be programmable to operate on any over or under
condition for:
(1.) Any voltage or current input or average,
(2.) Voltage or current imbalance,
(3.) Neutral/ground current,
(4.) kW or kVAR forward or reverse,
(5.) kVA,
(6.) Power factor lag or lead,
(7.) Frequency,
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2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
6.)
7.)
(8.) kW or current demand on any phase or total or average,
(9.) Individual harmonic distortion on any phase input,
(10.) Total harmonic distortion on any phase input,
(11.) Total even or odd harmonic distortion on any phase input,
(12.) Any maximum or minimum value,
(13.) Multiple energy accumulation conditions,
(14.) Phase reversal,
(15.) Pulse counts levels,
(16.) Any digital input conditions
(17.) Any internally derived value
Any set point condition shall be able to control any number of digital output
relays in an AND or an OR configuration, using pulse mode or latch mode
operation, for control and alarm purposes. Digital outputs shall also be
operable remotely via any communications port.
Any set point condition shall be able to provide breaker trip relay operation.
Any set point condition shall be able to trigger an internal data or waveform
recorder.
Consecutive high-speed alarm conditions and triggers shall be supported on
a cycle-by-cycle basis with no “dead” time between events (i.e. there shall
be no need for a rearming delay time between events).
It shall be possible to use any logical combination of any number of
available set point conditions to control any internal or external function or
event.
Digital outputs shall support pulse output relay operation for kWh total, kWh
imported, kWh exported, kVARh total, kVARh imported, kVARh exported
and kVAh values.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.1
INSTALLATION
A.
The meter shall be installed at the factory by a manufacturer’s trained employee.
B.
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
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.]
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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 and startup checks according to manufacturer's written
instructions.]
END OF SECTION
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