PowerLogic PM800 series
Power and energy meter
A PowerLogic system can help you…
● Improve energy efficiency and lower emissions
● Maximise the use of power distribution networks and reduce per-unit
energy costs
● Improve overall power quality, reliability of equipment and processes
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PowerLogic PM800 series power meters
● Affordable, compact power and energy meters designed for use on feeders
and mains.
● Install into new equipment or retrofit into existing installations.
● Three models satisfy a range of applications.
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Part of a complete solution
● PM800 series power meters can be used for standalone panel
instrumentation, or as a key component in a complete PowerLogic
power monitoring and control solution that provides transparent
access to all of your intelligent devices.
Software
- PowerLogic ION Enterprise
- PowerLogic System Manager
- PowerLogic PowerView
- PowerLogic ION EEM
Data Communications
- EGX-100
- EGX-400
- Modems
Intelligent Devices
- Circuit monitors
- Power meters
- ION meters
- Low voltage breakers
- Med voltage relays
- Other Modbus devices
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Energy and power quality
meters and monitors
Energy and
power quality meters
Other compatible devices
Other compatible devices
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Industries and applications
Buildings
Industry
Energy & Infrastructure
(includes utilities & critical power)
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Industries and applications Energy savings
Key applications:
● Energy sub-billing
● Electricity procurement
optimisation
● Power factor correction
● Peak demand reduction
● Energy cost recovery
● Energy cost allocation
(including bill auditing)
● Substation automation
(industrial)
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Industries and applications Energy availability and reliability
Key applications:
● Alarming and event logging
Harmonic filtering
● Energy usage analysis
● Energy asset optimisation (by building, floor,
zone, PDU, or rack)
● Power quality monitoring & reporting
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Industries and applications Equipment optimisation
● Balance loads plus reduce harmonics and other
factors that cause heating and shorten equipment life
● Maximise existing capacity to avoid unnecessary
capital purchases by understanding loading and
identifying spare capacity on existing equipment
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Summary of Key Features
PM810
PM810
with
PM810Log
PM820
PM850
PM870
Disturbance Detection/Alarms
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Advanced Waveform Capture
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EN50160 Evaluation
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Standard Waveform Capture
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Trending and Forecasting
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Custom Data Logging
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Size (kb)
80
80
800
800
Custom Logs
1
1
3
3
Billing Log
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n
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Shift Energy Log
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31st
31st
63rd
63rd
0.5s
0.5s
0.5s
0.5s
0.5s
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n
n
n
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Alarm Log
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Individual Harmonics
Accuracy IEC 60687 Class
V, I, Energy, Demand, THD
Alarms, RS485, Option Modules
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Part of a complete PowerLogic solution
● Integrate with PowerLogic ION Enterprise
● Helps engineering and management
personnel meet operational goals:
● Improve efficiency and cut energy-related
costs
● Assure reliability and reduce downtime
● Optimise equipment utilisation and reduce
the cost of operations
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Physical features
● Maintenance and alarm icons — view alarm status
at the meter
● Easy-to-read, backlit LCD display
● Anti-glare, scratch resistant
● Displays four values simultaneously; view three
phases and neutral
● View summary screens and bar chart displays to
see a snapshot of your system
● Intuitive, self-guiding menus are easy to use without
training
● Multiple languages — supports English, French,
Spanish*
The power meter’s three display
options—integral display, no display,
or remote display—let you purchase
only what you need.
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Physical features (continued)
● KY Out/Digital IN
● Control voltage
● Voltage Inputs — 600 VAC direct connect;
eliminates the need for PTs in most cases
● Remote Display/Option Module connector
● Current inputs — rated at 15A, able to
withstand overcurrents from CTs
● RS-485 communications, configurable for 2wire Modbus-RTU or -ASCII
● Communicate to PowerLogic software
● Integrate into BAS or SCADA systems
● Download firmware updates to keep upto-date with the latest features
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Physical features (continued)
● Remote display option:
The configurable
communications
port on the remote
display lets you add
the power meter to
an existing 4-wire
RS-485 daisy-chain
without a converter.
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● Install the meter inside the low voltage cabinet when local
regulations do not permit over 120 V on panel doors.
● Can be used to configure meter when a permanent display is
not required.
● Provides an additional RS232/485 communications port,
configurable for 2- or 4-wire support.
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Physical features (continued)
● Compact design - 96 x 96 x 70mm (depth
inside panel with Modbus and 2 I/O)
● Shallow depth saves panel space
● Flush panel mount with a 92 x 92mm cutout
● International standard design
● Retro-fit existing analog meters with 4” round
cutouts — no mounting adapter required
● Din rail mounting w/o display
● Avoid voltage and current wires at panel door
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Field-installable input & output modules
Two I/O modules can be installed on the
back of the power meter.
● Flexible I/O
● Monitor equipment status
● Monitor and ennunciate critical alarm status
● Sync with Utility demand intervals
● Monitor other utilities (water, gas, etc.)
● Standard I/O includes:
● 1 KY Digital output
● 1 Digital input
● Field-installable I/O option modules*
● Digital - 2 inputs and 2 outputs
● Digital - 6 inputs and 2 outputs
● Digital - 2 in and 2 out, Analog - 2 in and 2 out
* Check with your Schneider Electric representative for availability
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Field-installable Ethernet
communications module
● 10 MB or 100 MB Ethernet UTP
● Modbus TCP/IP protocol
● Alarm notification via e-mail
● Customizable web pages
● RS485 Modbus master port with Ethernet-toRS485 gateway functionality; daisy-chain 31
devices to RS485 port
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Designed with the panel builder in mind
● Single person installation
● Mounting resistance nibs hold meter
until the mounting clips are snapped
into place
● No tools required to mount the meter
● Wide range control power supply
● 115 – 415 Vac (15 vA);
125 – 250 Vdc (10 watts)
● Reduces the number of models to order
and stock
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Powerful and accurate
● One of the most powerful microprocessors in its
class
● 128 Samples/Cycle provides high accuracy and
harmonic data
● Zero blind metering — no blind spots in data
● Meets IEC 62053-22 (Energy) and ANSI C12.20
0.5S (Active Energy)
● Meets IEC and ANSI revenue accuracy standards
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Customizable alarming
● Factory configured alarms
● Detect circuit overloading before the breaker trips
● Quickly identify the source of a problem
● Create custom alarms (PM820, PM850, PM870)
● Combine up to four alarms using Boolean logic (PM850 and PM870)
● Voltage/current disturbance alarms for sag/swell detection (PM870)
The power meter’s alarm summary can
help identify persistent alarm conditions
that need attention.
Alarms, stored in power meter
memory and viewed in PowerLogic
software, provide early warning of
potential problems.
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Advanced logging
● Onboard memory for reliable collection of historical data:
● PM850, PM870 - 800k standard
● PM810 with logging module, PM820 - 80k standard
● Factory default logging starts as soon as meter is powered up
● Benefits of onboard data logging:
● Reduce network traffic
● Prevent gaps in data due to network or computer downtime
Logged data can be downloaded to PowerLogic software
for use in historical reports for capacity planning, energy
trending, and more.
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Advanced logging (continued)
● On board data logs include:
● Min/Max log—min/max value for each quantity since last reset
● Custom data logs with up to 96 quantities each
(One log – PM820 and PM810 with logging module; Three logs –
PM850, PM870)
● Billing log and Shift Energy table
Quantities Logged
Minutes
Days
Months
kWh IN
Each 15 Min for 12 days
32 Days of Daily logs
2 years of monthly logs
kWh OUT
(1152 intervals)
(32 intervals)
(24 Intervals)
kVARh IN
kVARh Out
kVAh Total
The power meter’s
billing log can be
uploaded and viewed
in PowerLogic System
Manager software.
52 days of storage for a single
register quantity
48 days of a single energy
value (4 registers)
PF Total
kW Demand
kVAR Demand
Notes
• Quantities logged are default values and are user-definable.
• Daily and monthly PF and demand values represent the last value of the day or month.
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Advanced logging (continued)
● Shift energy log tracks energy
usage and cost for up to three,
user-definable shifts
● Register-based data is accessible
by building automation and SCADA
software
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Power quality monitoring
● Current and voltage individual harmonic
magnitudes and angles to the 31st
harmonic (PM810LOG, PM820), or 63rd
harmonic (PM850, PM870)
● Total harmonic resolution to the 63rd
harmonic for RMS values
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Power quality monitoring (continued)
● The power meter (PM850, PM870)
measures power quality according to the
EN50160 Power Quality standard.
● The EN50160 standard defines the voltage
quality a customer can expect from the
utility.
The power meter generates alarms when an area
of evaluation is outside of the range of acceptable
values.
The status (pass or fail) of each evaluation category
can be viewed in a System Manager table.
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Standard waveform capture (PM850)
● Waveform Capture
● Manual or Alarm initiation
● 128 samples/cycle, 3 cycles
● Waveforms give a graphical
representation of what’s
happening with your power
during a particular moment.
● Quickly isolate potential power
problems.
● Excellent for troubleshooting
problems that occur
continuously.
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Disturbance detection and
advanced waveform capture (PM870)
● The PM870 has the ability to detect, alarm upon, and capture voltage and current sags
and swells that can cause unwanted trips and process interruptions, damage motors
and more.
● Twelve factory configured voltage disturbance (sag/swell) alarms provide warning and
trigger a disturbance waveform capture.
● Disturbance alarms can be reconfigured for current sag and current swell using
PowerLogic software.
Voltage sags are often caused by heavy loads
being started. The PM870’s disturbance detection
features can help isolate the source of troublesome
sags and swells.
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Disturbance detection and
advanced waveform capture (continued)
● Advanced waveform capture (PM870) provides a detailed
picture of the disturbance event
● Configurable from 185 cycles on one channel at 16 samples/cycle
up to 3 cycles on six channels at 128 samples/cycle
Poor power quality can lead to costly downtime. A
PM870’s disturbance waveform capture can provide
the information needed to diagnose an event.
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Trending and forecasting (PM850, PM870)
● The power meter maintains onboard trends
with historical values and forecast values to
help predict future performance
● Min/Max and Average data available for
minutes, hours, days and months
● Forecast for hours and days
● Hourly and weekly summaries
● Trend tables for typical values (e.g. Real
Power, Current, Voltage) can be viewed in
PowerLogic software
The power meter’s onboard trend data with predicted
values, can be viewed in PowerLogic software.
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● Since trend data is register-based, it is
accessible by building automation and
SCADA software
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Easy to create a system...
● Two ways to create a simple system:
● RS485 connection to EGX400 Ethernet gateway to
your PC
● Ethernet connection from meter to local area
network using PM8ECC option
● With no special software to install, use your
browser to view:
PC with
Browser
EGX400
Gateway
Direct LAN
connection
to Ethernet
port of
meter
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connection
to RS485
port of
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● Instantaneous current, voltage, power and energy
● I/O status
● Alarm status and history
● Trending and forecasting charts (PM850 or
PM870)
● EN50160 Evaluation (PM850 or PM870)
● Use PowerLogic ION Enterprise or PowerLogic
System Manager for more advanced analysis
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For more information, visit powerlogic.com
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