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PM750MG Power Meter PM750 Basic readings, THD + min/max

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Description

Main
range of product PowerLogic PM700.
device short name PM750.
product or component type Power meter.
Complementary
power quality analysis Total harmonic distortion.
type of measurement Current.
Voltage.
Frequency.
Power factor total..
Apparent power total.
Active power total.
Reactive power total.
Apparent power per phase.
Active power per phase.
Reactive power per phase.
Energy.
supply voltage 125…250 V DC.
115…415 V AC 45…65 Hz.
network frequency 45…65 Hz.
maximum power consumption in VA 5 VA
display type Backlit LCD.
display resolution 6 lines.
sampling rate 32 samples/cycle.
measurement current 5 A.
1 A.
input type Current: 0.005…6 A (impedance <= 0.1 Ohm).
measurement voltage 10…480 V AC 45…65 Hz, phase to phase.
10…277 V AC 45…65 Hz phase to neutral.
number of inputs 2 digital.
measurement accuracy Frequency: 0.02 Hz, 45–65 Hz.
Power factor: 0.0034, 1A to 6A, and from -0.5 to +0.5.
Current 0.4% 1…6 A.
Voltage: 0.3%, 50–227 V.
Power: 0.5%.
accuracy class Class 2 reactive energy conforms to IEC 62053-23.
Class 0.5S active energy conforms to IEC 62053-22.
Class 0.5 active energy conforms to ANSI C12.20.
number of outputs 1 digital (static).
communication port protocol Modbus 19.2 kbauds.
communication port support RS485.
data recording Alarms
Min/max of instantaneous values.
Environment
electromagnetic compatibility Limits for harmonic current emissions: conforming to IEC 61000-3-2.
Conducted and radiated emissions, conforming to EN 55011 class B.
Electrostatic discharge immunity test: class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-2.
Susceptibility to electromagnetic fields: class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-3.
Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test: class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-4.
1.2/50 µs shock wave immunity test: class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-5.
Conducted RF disturbances, class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-6.
Immunity to impulse waves: class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-8.
Immunity to microbreaks and voltage drops: class III, conforming to IEC 61000-4-11.
Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations, and flicker in low-voltage: conforming to IEC 61000-3-3.
mounting mode Flush-mounted.
mounting support Panel.
type of installation Indoor installation.
overvoltage category III
IP degree of protection IP30 back: conforming to IEC 60529.
IP52 front face: conforming to IEC 60529.
relative humidity 95 % at 50 °C.
pollution degree 2
ambient air temperature for operation -5…50 °C.
ambient air temperature for storage -40…85 °C.
operating altitude 0…3000 m.
standards IEC 61010-1.
CSA C22.2 No. 14.
UL 508.
product certifications CE.
cULus.
width 96 mm.
depth 69 mm.
height 96 mm.
net weight 0.37 kg.

Overview

The PM750MG Power Meter is part of Schneider Electric’s range of power measurement solutions, which are known for their accuracy, reliability, and advanced features. It is used in various applications, including industrial, commercial, and residential environments, to monitor electrical parameters, track performance, and ensure compliance with power quality standards.

Key Features

  1. Basic Readings: The PM750MG provides essential measurements required for evaluating power system performance. These include:
    • Voltage: Measures the voltage levels across different phases and provides insights into the electrical potential in the system.
    • Current: Monitors the current flowing through each phase, helping to assess the load and distribution of electrical energy.
    • Power: Records active power (in watts), reactive power (in volt-amperes), and apparent power (in volt-amperes), essential for understanding the power consumption and efficiency of electrical devices.
    • Power Factor: Calculates the power factor, which indicates the efficiency of power usage and helps in identifying potential inefficiencies in the system.
  2. Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): The PM750MG measures Total Harmonic Distortion, a critical parameter for assessing power quality. THD quantifies the distortion in the voltage and current waveforms caused by harmonics, which are deviations from the ideal sinusoidal waveform. High THD levels can lead to inefficiencies and potential damage to electrical equipment. By monitoring THD, users can take corrective actions to improve power quality and prevent issues related to harmonic distortion.
  3. Min/Max Recording: The PM750MG records the minimum and maximum values for various electrical parameters, providing valuable insights into system performance over time. This feature helps in identifying peaks and troughs in power usage, voltage, and current, which can be useful for troubleshooting, load analysis, and predictive maintenance. Min/max recording enables users to track changes in the electrical system and make informed decisions about adjustments and upgrades.
  4. Advanced Display and Interface: The meter features an intuitive display that presents measurements clearly and allows for easy navigation through different parameters. The interface provides access to real-time data, historical trends, and detailed analysis, enhancing the user experience and simplifying monitoring tasks.
  5. Communication and Integration: The PM750MG supports various communication protocols, including Modbus, Profibus, and Ethernet. This enables seamless integration with existing control systems and facilitates remote monitoring and data collection. The communication capabilities enhance the meter’s versatility and allow for centralized data management.
  6. Data Logging and Analysis: In addition to real-time measurements, the PM750MG offers data logging functionality, allowing users to record and analyze electrical parameters over time. This feature is useful for identifying trends, performing energy audits, and optimizing power usage. The data can be accessed via the meter’s interface or exported to external systems for further analysis.
  7. Compliance and Certification: The PM750MG is designed to meet industry standards for accuracy and safety. It is certified to ensure reliable performance and compliance with regulatory requirements. This ensures that the meter provides accurate readings and operates safely in various environments.

Applications

The PM750MG Power Meter is suitable for a wide range of applications, including:

  • Industrial Facilities: In industrial settings, the meter monitors power usage, tracks energy efficiency, and identifies potential issues related to harmonics. It helps in optimizing equipment performance and reducing operational costs.
  • Commercial Buildings: For commercial buildings, the PM750MG provides insights into energy consumption and power quality, supporting energy management initiatives and helping to lower utility costs.
  • Residential Complexes: In residential settings, the meter assists in monitoring energy usage and ensuring the proper functioning of electrical systems. It also helps in detecting anomalies and improving power quality.
  • Energy Audits: The meter is a valuable tool for energy audits, providing detailed data on power consumption, harmonics, and efficiency. This information supports the development of strategies to reduce energy costs and improve system performance.

Installation and Maintenance

  • Installation: The PM750MG is installed in a control panel or distribution board, with connections made to the electrical system via current transformers and voltage inputs. The installation process involves configuring the meter for the specific application and ensuring proper wiring and connections.
  • Maintenance: Regular maintenance involves checking the meter’s calibration, ensuring that connections are secure, and verifying that the device operates correctly. Periodic reviews of the recorded data help in identifying any issues and making necessary adjustments.

Advantages

  • Comprehensive Monitoring: Provides detailed readings and analysis for power quality, efficiency, and performance.
  • Versatility: Suitable for various applications, including industrial, commercial, and residential environments.
  • User-Friendly: intuitive display and interface for easy navigation and data access.
  • Integration: Supports multiple communication protocols for seamless integration with control systems.

Conclusion

The PM750MG Power Meter from Schneider Electric is a sophisticated and reliable instrument for monitoring and analyzing electrical systems. With its ability to provide basic readings, measure total harmonic distortion, and record min/max values, it offers comprehensive insights into power quality and system performance. Its advanced features, user-friendly interface, and communication capabilities make it an essential tool for optimizing energy usage, enhancing power quality, and supporting efficient operation across a range of applications.