PQM-701Z

PQM-701Z
Discontinued Product
Discontinued Product
Index: WMGBPQM701Z
Power quality analyzer
Description
Technical Specification
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  • Description

    Product withdrawn from the offer

    ANALYZER MEASURES AND RECORDS ACCORDING TO THE EN 61000 - 4-30 CLASS-A STANDARD

    The device is designed to work with networks with nominal frequency 50/60 Hz.

    The device is designed to work with networks with nominal voltage:

    • 110/190 V,
    • 115/200 V,
    • 220/380 V,
    • 230/400 V,
    • 240/415 V,
    • 400/690 V.


    The network configuration is set from the computer software.

    Supported networks:

    • single-phase,
    • two-phase with the common N,
    • three-phase star with and without N,
    • three-phase triangle.
  • Technical Specification

    ANALIZER MEASURES AND RECORDS ACCORDING TO THE EN 61000 - 4-30 CLASS-A STANDARD

    The device is designed to work with networkswith nominal frequency 50/60 Hz.

    The device is designed to work with networks with nominal voltage:

    • 110/190 V,
    • 115/200 V,
    • 220/380 V,
    • 230/400 V,
    • 240/415 V,
    • 400/690 V.

    The network configuration is set from he computer software.

    Supported networks:

    • single-phase,
    • two-phase with the common N,
    • three-phase star with and without N,
    • three-phase triangle.

    Possible measurements:

    • Measurements according to EN 50160
    • Voltage L1, L2, L3, N-PE (five inputs, compiles with EN 61000 - 4-30, class A)
      - average, minimum, maximum and instantaneous values, range to 690 V, ability to work with voltage transformers,
    • Current L1, L2, L3, N (four inputs)
      - average, minimum, maximum and instantaneous values, measurement current with range to 3 kA (depends on used clamp), ability to work with current transformers,
    • Crest factor for voltage and current,
    • Frequency from 40 Hz to 70 Hz (compiles with EN 61000 - 4-30, class A),
    • Active, reactive, distortion, apparent power, including the type of reactive power (capacitive, inductive),
    • Power recording:
      - Budeanu method,
      - IEEE 1459,
    • Active, reactive, apparent energy,
    • Power factor, cosφ, tgφ,
    • K factor (transformer overload caused by the harmonics),
    • Up to 50th harmonics for voltage and current (compiles with EN 61000 - 4-7, class I),
    • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) for voltage and current,
    • Short-term (PST) and long-term (PLT) flicker (compiles with EN 61000 - 4-15, class A),
    • Unballace of Voltage (compiles with EN 61000 - 4-30, class A) and current,
    • Voltage dips, swells and interruption registration including oscillograms (compiles with EN 61000 - 4-30, class A),
    • Current events registration including oscillograms,
    • Current and voltage oscillograms registration after each averaging period.
    Specification Range Resolution Accuracy  
    AC voltage (TRMS) - 0,0…690,0 V 0,01 % Un ±0,1% Un
    Crest Factor Voltage 1,00…10,00 (≤1,65 for voltage 690 V) 0,01 ±5%
    Crest Factor Current 1,00…10,00 (≤3,6 Inom) 0,01 ± 5% m.v.
    AC current TRMS - depends on the clamp* 0,01 % of nominal range ±0,1% of nominal range (add clamps accuracy)
    Frequency - 40,00...70,00 Hz 0,01 Hz ±0,01 Hz
    Active, reactive, apparent power and distortion - depends of configuration (transformers, clamp) up to 4 decimal places depends on configuration (transformers, clamp)
    Active, reactive apparent energy - depends of configuration (transformers, clamp) up to 4 decimal places the same as above
    cosφ and Power Factor (PF) - 0,00...1,00 0,01 ±0,03
    tgφ - 0,00...10,00 0,01 depends on Active and Reactive power accuracy
    Harmonics Voltage same as for AC voltage TRMS same as for AC voltage TRMS ±5% Uh for Uh ≥ 1% Un ±0,05% Un for Uh < 1% Un
    Harmonics Current same as for AC current TRMS same as for AC current TRMS ± 5% Ih for Ih ≥ 3% In ± 0,15% In for Ih < 3% In
    Total Harmonics Distortion Voltage 0,0..100,0% 0,1% ±5%
    Total Harmonics Distortion Current  0,0..100,0%  0,1%  ±5%
    Harmonics active and reactive power - depends on configuration (transformers, clamp) depends on current and voltage minimum value -
    Angle between voltage and current harmonics - -180,0…+180,0o 0,1o ±(h x 1o)
    K-Factor - 1,0...50,0 0,1 ±10%
    Flicker - 0,20...10,00 0,01 ±5%
    Unbalance Voltage and Current 0,0...20,0% 0,1% ±0,15% (absolute error)

    *Clamp F-1/F-2/F-3:0..3000 A (10000 Ap-p ) *Clamp C-4: 0..1000 A (3600 Ap-p )*Clamp C-5: 0..1000 A (3600 Ap-p )*Clamp C-6: 0..10 A (36 Ap-p ) (without current transformers)

    Sonel Analysis 1.0

    „SONEL Analysis” software is an application used to work with PQM-701 power quality analyzer. It enables:

    • analyzer configuration,
    • reading data from the analyzer,
    • network parameters check in real time,
    • data deleting in the analyzer,
    • data presentation in tables,
    • data presentation in diagrams,
    • data analysis according to EN 50160 or according to user defined conditions,
    • independent service of multiple analyzers,
    • software upgrade through the Internet.


    Analyzer configuration

    The software enables configuration of all analyzer’s parameters. The configuraton is made on the PC computer and later transfered to the analyzer. The configuration settings can be stored on hard drive or other data storage devices to be used later.The software enables the configuration of:

    • wthe choice of Measurement Points and memory assigment to each Measurement Point,
    • analyzer time settings,
    • keyboard lock,
    • PIN code security,
    • averaging time setting,
    • choice of current and voltage transformers,
    • trigger mode choice (immidiately, after an event or according to the scheduler),
    • choice of clamp’s type, setting of additional parameters registration in N and PE channels,
    • choice of network type, for which the analyzer will be used.

    The analyzer has four independent Measurement Points. Each Measurement Point can be set individually to perform four different types of registration without need to change analyzer’s configuration.

    For each Measurement Point the following settings can be made:

    • cwheather the analyzer shall work according to EN 50160 or according to user defined conditions,
    • for each registration user can define, which network parameters shall be registered,
    • for each parameter user can define wheather the analyzer shall register average, minimum, maximum or instantaneous values,
    • the limits beyond which the analyzer will record the event can be defined.

    Recent data reading

    “SONEL Analysis” software enables reading of selected parameters and their graphic presentation in real time.These parameters are measured independently of the registration saved on the memory card. User can check:

    • wvoltage and current diagrams (oscilloscope),
    • diagrams of voltage and current in time function,
    • scope phasor,
    • different parameters values,
    • harmonics and harmonics’ power.


     

    Data analysis

    With “SONEL Analysis” software user can read data stored on the memory card and analyze them. Data from the analyzer can be stored on hard drive and be used later. This feature enables data archiving.

    The user can analyze the data from the device.There is a choice of:

    • General – all data are shown with dots (Measurements, Events and Oscillograms),
    • Measurements – all measured values registered in averaging time are shown with dots (voltage, frequency, etc.),
    • Events – all detected events are shown with dots (dips, swells, interruptions, etc.).

     

  • Files
    • Version 4.6.2:

      New features
      - added support for 4-quadrant energy meters for MPI-540 and MPI-540-PV recorded data (requires at least firmware 3.21);
      - added new nominal voltage Un 462/800 V;
      - increased micro-installations recommendation report.
      Fixes:
      - improved standard reports export;
      - minor bug fixes.

      Version 4.5.0:
      New features:
      - Added support for the PQM-702/703 analyzers without the OR-1 interface.
      Fixes:
      - Translation fixes in Ukrainian language.

      Version 4.4.9:
      New features:
      - Added Ecuadorian standards for PQM-702(x)/703/710/711.
      - Increased edit ability of the reports header.
      Fixes:
      - Implemented A3:2019 amendment to EN 50160 standard (requires restoring default values for "EN 50160:2010 + A3:2019 low voltage" standard in Program settings module).
      - Fixed problem with reading NEC220.87 data.
      - Improved user interface.
      - Minor bug fixes.

    • Changes in 1.18 version:

      New features:

      • In recordings acc. to standards, 15-min. consumed active power and 15-min. consumed inductive reactive power QL+ are recorded (instead of 15-min. active and reactive power).
      • Added sign to the total reactive (nonactive) power in the 3-phase 3-wire systems (based on voltage and current phasors).

      Changes in 1.17 version:

      New features:

      • Changed the way of "PLL out-of-sync" data flagging (when the PLL is clocked from the internal 50/60 Hz signal, the data is not flagged).

      Fixes:

      • Fixed bug which caused the analyzer to stop recording after approx. 120 days.
      • Fixed bug where data was not flagged according to IEC 61000-4-30 when voltage event was in progress at the beginning of the aggregation period (data was flagged only when event started during aggregation period). - Shortened time of memory card formatting.
      Analyzers card will be formatted (all data will be removed). Before updating firmware all data should be saved. Upon completing the upgrade, and before initiating the data recording process, settings should be redone. This will help avoiding discrepancies in recorded data.
    • Changes in 1.18 version:

      New features:

      • In recordings acc. to standards, 15-min. consumed active power and 15-min. consumed inductive reactive power QL+ are recorded (instead of 15-min. active and reactive power).
      • Added sign to the total reactive (nonactive) power in the 3-phase 3-wire systems (based on voltage and current phasors).

      Changes in 1.17 version:

      New features:

      • Changed the way of "PLL out-of-sync" data flagging (when the PLL is clocked from the internal 50/60 Hz signal, the data is not flagged).

      Fixes:

      • Fixed bug which caused the analyzer to stop recording after approx. 120 days.
      • Fixed bug where data was not flagged according to IEC 61000-4-30 when voltage event was in progress at the beginning of the aggregation period (data was flagged only when event started during aggregation period). - Shortened time of memory card formatting.
      Analyzers card will be formatted (all data will be removed). Before updating firmware all data should be saved. Upon completing the upgrade, and before initiating the data recording process, settings should be redone. This will help avoiding discrepancies in recorded data.
    • Changes in 1.18 version:

      New features:

      • In recordings acc. to standards, 15-min. consumed active power and 15-min. consumed inductive reactive power QL+ are recorded (instead of 15-min. active and reactive power).
      • Added sign to the total reactive (nonactive) power in the 3-phase 3-wire systems (based on voltage and current phasors).

      Changes in 1.17 version:

      New features:

      • Changed the way of "PLL out-of-sync" data flagging (when the PLL is clocked from the internal 50/60 Hz signal, the data is not flagged).

      Fixes:

      • Fixed bug which caused the analyzer to stop recording after approx. 120 days.
      • Fixed bug where data was not flagged according to IEC 61000-4-30 when voltage event was in progress at the beginning of the aggregation period (data was flagged only when event started during aggregation period). - Shortened time of memory card formatting.
      Analyzers card will be formatted (all data will be removed). Before updating firmware all data should be saved. Upon completing the upgrade, and before initiating the data recording process, settings should be redone. This will help avoiding discrepancies in recorded data.