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Multi-Function Panel Meter

Elite

User’s Manual
(BGX501-039-R07)
Contents
Multi-Function Panel Meter: Elite 5
Elite: Multi-Function Panel Meter 5
General Specifications 6
Precautions and Safety Instructions 7
Elite: Variants Details 8
Understanding the Meter’s Construction 8
Input/output and Add-on Module Details 11
Combination options for add-on modules 12
Elite Features 13
Feature Sets 13
Communication Options 15
Elite Connection and Pin Layout Details 19
Electrical Connection Details 19
Module Connection Details 20
Elite Installation 24
Diagnostic Status 25
Push Button Operations 27
‘Favourite Page’ Auto Display Mode 27
Display Organisation 29
Setting up Configurable Parameters 30
Setup Mode User Interface 30
Primary Current and Voltage Settings 32
Shift (TOD) Settings 33
Pulse Parameter Configuration 34
Pulse Width Configuration 35
Pulse Value Settings 36
Analog O/P Configuration 38
MODBUS Configuration 40
Favourites Page Configuration 41
Resetting Minimum & Maximum Values 42
Performing Billing Operation 42
Display Format 43
Important Please take note of the warning and caution icons
presented in this manual as follows:

This icon indicates the existence of dangerous electrical


voltage. These operations should only be performed by
qualified personnel.
Possible Electric Hazard

This icon warns users to take special precautions whilst


performing an operation. The procedure must be
Attention followed as described in the manual.

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Multi-Function Panel Meter: Elite

Elite: Multi-Function Panel


Meter

The Elite series from Secure offers a complete range of


comprehensive and multi-function DIN96 panel meters
that combine accuracy and versatility with various
communication options.

Designed as a perfect replacement to analog


ammeter/voltmeter combinations, the Elite meter is ideal
for monitoring consumption trends in three phase
industrial and commercial metering segments. It also
supports load monitoring, energy management, TOD
metering and billing.

The meter is available in HT and LT variants with 3-3W


(3 Phase-3 wire) and 3-4W (3 Phase-4 wire)
configurations. Its modular design enables Add-on
modules to be fitted for analog output, pulse output,
pulse input and meter data acquisition on MODBUS.
The meter is also available with universal auxiliary
supply variants.

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General Specifications

Tabulated below are the general specifications for the Elite meter.

Specification Detail / Remark


1 Mechanical Dimensions 96 x 96mm (W x H )
Cut out size 92 x 92mm
Depth behind
Bezel 84mm
Enclosure Poly Carbonate
Terminals Combicon connector
Max conductor
size 2.5mm2
Mounting DIN96 Panel Mounted
Weight < 400 gms. (Approx)
2 Electrical Connection type CT operated, CTPT operated
Wiring
configuration LT (3P4W), HT (3P3W, 3P4W)

Voltage Range LT: 240V (L-N) 415V (L-L)


HT: 63.5V (L-N), 110V (L-L)
Current 1-1.2A (Starting :1mA);5-6A(Starting:
5mA)
Frequency 50 Hz +/- 5%
Power Supply Self Powered -30% to +20% Vb

Auxiliary Supply 24-60V DC


80-300V AC/DC
Overload Confirms class of accuracy up to 120%Ib
continuous,
Withstands up to 130% Imax continuous,
20 X Imax for 0.5 sec
3 Environmental Ingress protection IP 50 (Front Face)
Dielectric Strength Isolation 4kV RMS, 50Hz

Impulse withstand 6kV


Temperature -10ºC to +55ºC (operating)

-25ºC to +70ºC (storage)


Humidity 95% non-condensing
3 Accuracy Class Class 0.2s,0.5s,1.0 variant specific
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4 Communication Optical Port Meter data acquisition
RS232/485 Optional, for MODBUS communication
5 Burden Current Ckt. <0.5VA
Voltage Ckt. <1.5W, and <1VA
Auxiliary Supply <3VA

Precautions and Safety


Instructions 1. This product is to be used to measure electrical
quantities when mounted in instrument panels only
and is to be installed only by trained electricians and
technicians.
2. Before energising the meter please ensure that no
stray strands of wire are present outside the
connector blocks. Variants of Elite with aluminum
casing must be connected to earth, using the stud
provided.
3. Each Elite must be protected by fuses or voltage
isolating links in each voltage circuit.
Safety First 4. There are no user-serviceable or installer-
serviceable parts inside. Forceful removal of meter
cover exposes users to potentially hazardous
voltages.
5. Under no circumstances, should the CT
connections to the meter be disconnected while
current is flowing in the primary circuit of the
external CT. The CT connector is provided with
retaining screws to reduce the possibility of
accidental disconnection.
6. Elite meters contain a Lithium battery that must be
disposed off in a suitable manner at the end of the
battery’s life.

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The Elite multi-function panel meter series is available in
Elite: Variants Details multiple variants which include:

 Elite 101, 103,104,105 variants without


MODBUS communication
 Elite 111, 112,113,114,115 variants with
MODBUS communication
 Elite 115 D for demand management metering
 Elite 115 IE for Import Export energy metering
 Elite 115 IED for Import Export energy and
demand metering
 Elite 120 with pulse input/output, load survey,
TOD metering, CT shorting connector , 2 billing
histories and MODBUS on RS 485
 Elite 130 with pulse input/output, load survey,
shift wise metering, CT shorting connector, 2
billing histories with 4 channel 4-20mA outputs.

Understanding the Meter’s Enclosure


Construction The meter enclosure (base and cover) is made of poly
carbonate plastic and provides sufficient strength and
ruggedness to the meter.
The Elite 120 & 130 variants are available with aluminum
casing and CT Shorting Connector
Front Panel
The front panel is 96 mm high and 96 mm wide and is
designed to be panel mounted via 4 retaining brackets in
a DIN panel cutout measuring 92 mm high and 92 mm
wide. The front panel has a transparent window through
which the display and rating plate can be viewed. The
meter has a depth of 84 mm behind the panel.

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Rating Plate
Displays essential information about the meter such as
meter serial number, type of meter and communication
modules attached.
LCD Display Panel
The meter is equipped with a 128 segment backlit LCD
that facilitates viewing of meter data and requested
information.
Push Buttons
Four push buttons are available on the front panel for
control, programming and navigation. The page
navigation buttons allow users to navigate through the
pages and the parameter navigation buttons are used for
scrolling up or down through the parameters being
measured and displayed. These buttons also allow for
configuration and programming the meter

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Calibration LED
Calibration LED blinks according to the pulse weight of
the meter and is used for accuracy testing. By default it
is set for Active Import.
Rear Panel
The following figure displays the rear panel of Elite.

Based on a modular concept consisting of a main unit


and Add-on modules, the rear of the meter houses input,
output, power supply and communication modules and
makes it possible to configure the meter to suit most
applications.
If any of the Add-On modules is not available, its socket
is absent from the rear panel.

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Input/output and Add-on Add-on modules are available for Elite variants and can
Module Details be selectively fitted to extend or modify its functionality.
Listed below are the available add-on modules for this
variant:
 Input Module for three external pulse inputs.
 Analog Output module providing four 4-20 mA
O/P; each output can be configured for a
selected parameter such as PF, voltage,
power etc. at factory stage.
 Output module providing two pulse outputs.
 RS485 Communication module enabling
MODBUS communication with meter

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The Elite meters allow add-on modules to be used in a
certain combination. Thus, users can choose between
Combination options for
different add-on combinations based on their
add-on modules
requirement.
Given below is a table illustrating the possible add-on
combinations:
Add -On Combinations
Communication Modules Possible Add-on Applicable on
combinations
Variant EL-101, 103,
No communication modules None
104, 105
Variant EL-111, 112,
MODBUS on RS485 None
113, 114, 115
3 Pulse Input and 2
MODBUS on RS485 Variant EL120
Pulse Output
3 Pulse Input and 2
4 channel 4-20mA output Variant EL 130
Pulse Output

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Elite Features

Equipped for enhanced user versatility, the Elite series


Feature Sets
ships with the following distinctive features:
Modularity
 Simple retrofit modularity. Both the RS485
option and pulse Input/ output options are
versatile add-ons units that can be purchased
and retrofitted onto the meter
 Plug-in connectors for interfacing with different
modules enhance functionality
Ease of Use
 Compact DIN 96 flush mounting
 Bright and easy to read, 128 segment, LCD
display for programming and navigation
 Optional auxiliary power supply module for AC
or DC supply (80-300V AC/DC or 24-60V DC)
Security
 Open circuit protection with unique current
transformer shorting plug in EL 120 and EL 130
 Password protection available on setup mode
Compatibility
 Conformance with IEC61036 and IEC60687
 Conformance with IEC 62053 and IS 14697
Interfacing
 Optical port for local and remote reading
 CT/ PT primary value configuration through
push button
 Advanced page mode display
 Favourite page for customised display
 Auto scaling for Power/Energy (up to Giga)

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 Metrology LED output configurable for active,
reactive and apparent energy
Measurements
 Four quadrant metering
 Conformation to accuracy class - 1.0, 0.5s, 0.2s
 True RMS measurements
o Current - line and neutral Power - kW,
kVA, kvar Energy - kWh, kVAh, kvarh
o Voltage Ph-Ph and Ph-N
 Detection of abnormal conditions like PT miss,
CT reversal, low PF & over voltage
 Accurate readings even at very low current
o 50mA to 6A for Ib=5A;
o 10mA to 1.2A for Ib=1A
 2 history data support
 Metrology LED output configurable for active,
reactive and apparent energy
 Load Profiling for 30 days @ 30 min IP for three
energy parameters kWh(I), kVARh lag while
kWh(I)-Q1, kVAh (I)
 Shift wise metering
On board diagnostics for reporting connection faults
 Demand Values
o Max. Demand - kW & kVA
o Rising Demand - kW & kVA
 Max Min Values
o Max. & Min. Volts
o Power Factor- Ave. and Frequency
o Max. Amps, kW Max. & Min. P.F. &
Freq.

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Pulse Outputs
 Accepts pulses from three pulsing devices
 Two volts free pulse outputs for energy
parameters
 Output modules with analogue output (4 - 20
mA)
The following table summarises the different
Communication Options
communication options available with the Elite meter.

Available Communication Options


MODBUS Description Communication Baud
Rate
The RS485 module in Elite
enables remote reading of
up to 32 meters spread
across wide areas on a 2
wire bus using the MODBUS 1200,2400,4800,9600 and
MODBUS RTU on protocol. 19200 bps
RS485 ‘Hexadecimal or Floating Maximum baud rate
Point’ format is available for support is up to 19.2Kbps
data transfer of
instantaneous and energy
parameters.

Optical Port Description Communication Baud


Rate
A galvanically-isolated
optical communication port Maximum baud rate
Pact Port support is up to 4800 bps
for retrieving data from the
meter memory.

The meter also supports isolated 4-20 mA current output


signal for transmission of data. This high precision
methodology enables users to acquire accurate and
consistent data that can be analysed on a centralised
location for process monitoring and control. The outputs
are factory configurable.

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Analog outputs (4mA, 12mA, 20mA) can be set to
generate pulses in accordance with a certain threshold
limit corresponding to a combination of parameters

. For e.g.
1. An analog output of 4mA is generated when the
phase wise voltage falls below 70% of
reference Voltage.
2. An analog output of 12mA is generated when
the phase wise voltage is equal to reference
Voltage.
3. An analog output of 20mA is generated when
the phase wise voltage exceeds 130% of
reference Voltage.
Note: The features and communication options discussed above are common for the Elite
series of meters. Tabulated below are measurement and communication parameters for
specific variants of the Elite series:

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EL EL EL EL EL EL EL
Parameters
111 112 113 114 115 120 130
RMS Voltage L-N (V1, V2, V3)( for 3P4W √ X X √ √ √ √
only)
Voltage L-L (V12,V23,V31)(for 3P3W and √ X X √ √ √ √
3P4W both)
Line Currents (L1, L2, L3) √ X √ √ √ √ √

Neutral Current X X X X √ √ √

Active/Reactive Currents (I1, I2, I3) X X X X √ √ √

Active Power Three Phase X X √ √ √ √ √

Reactive Power Three Phase X X X X √ √ √

Apparent Power Three Phase X X X X √ √ √

Power Factor (R, Y, B) √ X X √ √ √ √

Power Factor Three Phase Average √ X √ √ √ √ √

Voltage Phase Angles (RY, RB) X X X X √ √ √

Frequency √ X √ √ √ √ √

MODBUS on RS485* √  √ √  √  √  √ X

Four channel 4-20mA Output X X X X X X √

Date/Time √ √ √ √ √ √ √

Cumulative On Hours √ X X √ √ √ √

Cumulative Off Hours X X X X √ √ √

RPM √ X √ √ √ √ √

Running Time above Threshold X √ √ √ √ √ √

Power Interruption Count X X X X √ √ √

Active Import Energy kWh(I) X √ √ √ √ √ √

Active Export Energy kWh(F) X X X X o √ √

Reactive Lag while Active Import Energy-Q1 X X X X √ √ √

Reactive Lead while Active Export Energy-Q2 X X X X Ο  √ √

Reactive Lag while Active Export Energy-Q3 X X X X Ο  √ √

Reactive Lead while Active Import Energy-Q4 X X X X √ √ √

Apparent while Active Import Energy- kVAh X X X X √ √ √


(I)
Apparent while Active Export Energy kVAh X X X X Ο  √ √
(E)
MD (kW and kVA) X X X X Ο  √ √

MD kW and kVA Occurrence Time X X X X Ο  √ √

Rising Demand with Elapsed Time X X X X Ο  √ √

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Load Survey X X X X X √ √

TOD X X X X X √ √

2 Billing Histories X X X X X √ √

Max Min Voltage Phase Wise X X X X √ √ √

Max Line Currents Phase Wise X X X X √ √ √

Min Cap and Ind PF X X X X √ √ √

Max Min Frequency X X X X √ √ √

Max Active Reactive and Apparent Power X X X X √ √ √

Pulse Input/ Output X X X X X √ √

In built CT shorting Connector X X X X X √ √

Notes on conventions used above:


√: Standard
Ο: Optional (to be specified, while ordering);
X: Features not available
*: Equivalent models without MODBUS are also available.

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Elite Connection and Pin Layout Details

Electrical Connection
Details
Connection Details for different wiring configuration are
as follows:

It is acceptable to common the


leads from the CT secondary
terminals and connect them to
earth.

Connection for 34W with external CT and VT; Example


above showing 63.5 V Phase to Neutral

Attention
For a 34W installation the
neutral must be connected,
otherwise the meter will not
function

Connection for 33W with external CT and VT; Example


above showing 110 V Phase to Phase

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Connection for 3-4W with external CT; Example above
showing 230 V Phase to Neutral

Attention
For a 34W installation the
neutral must be connected,
otherwise the meter will not
function

Connection for 3-3W with external CT; Example above


showing 400 V Phase to Phase

Module Connection Details Pin layout and connection details for different modules
are as follows:
Analog Output Module
Analog output module requires to be supplied with a 24V
regulated DC source. Driving current requirement for
Elite is approximately 100 mA. The example shows
typical connection for Output Channel 1. Other channels
can be connected in the similar manner.

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You can connect multiple devices to the same channel
provided that the total input impedance is within the 100-
1000 Ohm range.
RS485 Communication Module
The meter can be connected in a RS485 network as a
MODBUS slave. The exact nature of the wiring is
determined by the number of devices connected, the
distance, the cabling used, and the electrical
characteristics of the master & slave devices. It may be
necessary to add terminating resistors or biasing
resistors, for example.
For very large systems it may be necessary to add
repeater devices.

Attention
The use of port-powered
RS232 to RS485 converters is
not recommended MODBUS RTU protocol can be used to interrogate the
Elite as a ‘slave device’ for any of the electrical
parameters measured by the Elite.

The device address and baud rate must be set up for


each Elite as described in the section “MODBUS
Configuration”. The message structure implemented in
Elite is covered in a separate document, “MODBUS
Protocol Specifications for Elite Meters”.

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MODBUS on RS485 Architecture

Pulse Input Module

Pin Layout and connection details for Pulse I/P module


are shown. Example is showing connection for Pulse I/P
P1. Other inputs can be connected in the similar
manner.

Attention
Polarity must be observed; the
common connection must be
at lower potential than the
connections for the individual
inputs ‘1+’, ‘2+’ and ‘3+’.

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Pulse Output Module (Default and Add-ON)

Connections for the default Pulse O/P module are


shown as follows:

Attention
Maximum rating for the pulsed
output is 100 mA at 40 VDC.
The common “O” (zero)
connection must be taken to a
less +ive

Connections for the Add-ON module are shown as follows.

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Elite Installation

The meter fits into a DIN 96 square cut out (92 mm x 92 mm). The step-by-step procedure
is as follows:
1. Unfasten the plastic clamps by lifting their rear flap and sliding them out of the
retaining brackets. For the EL 120 and EL 130 variant, loosen the screws for
unfastening the aluminum clamp from the retaining brackets.
2. Place the meter through the panel cut-out, and slide the plastic clamps back into
the retaining brackets. For the EL 120 and EL 130 variant, tighten the screws to
secure the aluminum clamps back in place.
3. Check for the Elite part number which indicates both connection type and voltage,
Make sure the voltage at input at actual installation matches with the Elite
configuration. Establish electrical connection as described in section “Electrical
Connection Details”
4. After making the connection, energize the meter. Each time power is applied a
full range of checks are performed, and during this time the LCD panel shows a
‘test pattern’, giving the opportunity to check that all the segments are functioning.
The meter also detects several types of connection fault and displays a sequence
of screens indicating the meter status. Ensure that “OK” status is displayed. If
some error condition is shown, rectify the error.
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Diagnostic Status The Elite meter continuously monitors the voltage,
current and phase angle for each phase, enabling a
number of fault conditions to be detected during the
normal operation and also when the meter is installed for
the first time. The first screen shows a ‘test pattern’,
giving an opportunity to check that all the segments are
functioning. This is followed by an error message or
“OK” status.

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Segment Test

Any of these three displays is


shown according to test results

“OK” indicates healthy status. If meter cannot perform


diagnostic test due to a reason such as RTC failure,
“SLFtSt NOK” is shown. If one or more error is observed
during the diagnostic test, error messages are shown.
Example screen is showing missing phase 1, 2 and 3.
This is followed by the next error messages (if exist)

Refer details of error message in the subsection “Fault


Messages” under the section “Display Format”.

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Push Button Operations

The user interface to the meter consists of a 128


CONVENTION
segment backlit LCD display and four push buttons.

 On power up, the LCD first displays the Meter


This indicates that button is Model Number.
pressed  The meter then conducts a self diagnostic
check. If a connection failure is diagnosed, the
meter displays the failure status for 60 seconds
before switching to the ‘Favourite Page’ auto
display mode.
 If no failure condition is diagnosed, the meter
automatically switches to ‘Favourite Page’ auto
display mode. This happens only if the device
has been configured for favourite page display.
In this mode each parameter of the auto cycle
display is displayed for a predefined period.
 If the ‘Favourite Page’ is not configured and a
connection failure is diagnosed, the display
continues to show connection failure until the
favourite page is configured.
 Once the end of the ‘Favourite Page’ auto cycle
list is reached, there is a timeout period for
which the display is blank after which the
‘Favourite Page’ Auto
‘Favourite Page’ display resumes.
Display Mode
If users press the push button, the meter
switches to the Interactive Display mode.
 If the meter has not been configured for
‘Favourite Page’ mode, the display shows the
following Favourite Page 1 header to allow
viewing in Interactive Display mode
 If users do not press the push button for a pre-
Interactive Display Mode defined

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time period in the in the Interactive Display
mode, the display stays blank for that time
period.
 The meter then switches to the ‘Favourite
Page’ auto scroll mode

Displayed information is logically grouped under eight


different pages. Each of these pages displays multiple
parameters. A special provision allows organising
frequently used parameters from other pages under
Page 1 or the Favourites Page.

On initial power-up the meter automatically activates to


this mode and displays a pre-defined list of parameters
on the screen.

You can also view information by pressing the and


buttons. These are Next Page and Previous Page
buttons respectively.

When you press the Next Page button, display switches


to the next page and Page Header for the selected page
is shown. Pressing this button again selects the next
page. Similarly, you can use the Previous Page button
to select last page.

Pressing any of these buttons repetitively selects all


eight pages in a cyclic order.

Parameters Navigation

You can use and buttons for parameter


navigation under a selected page.

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Pressing any of these repetitively selects all displayed
parameters under a selected page in a cyclic order.
Pressing or button when a parameter is being
displayed, selects the next or previous page header.

Display Organisation The following table summarises the different pages and
related displayed parameters type under it:
Page
Parameters Type Displayed
Seq
1 Favorite Page, User specific
2 Date and Time
3 Current values of Insnt Parameters
4 Energy values
5 Shift wise (TOD-wise) values of energy
6 Maximum Demand Values
7 Min & Max value of Insnt Parameters
8 Diagnostic and Meter Settings

The number of displayed parameters and pages are


model specific. Details of different parameters and their
significance are shown in section “Display Format”.

It is possible to add a parameter in the Favourites Page


from all other pages. Maximum 10 parameters can be
added.

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Setting up Configurable Parameters

The meter is shipped with default values of configurable


parameters. These default values must be changed to
suit the installation type and customer requirements. The
list of configurable parameters is shown as follows:

Configuration Availability in the Models


Primary Current All
Primary Voltage HT Models only
Shift (TOD) With Shift wise metering (TOD)
Configuration support
Pulse Parameter With Pulse O/P module
Pulse Width With pulse support
Pulse Weight With Pulse support
Analog O/P details With Analog O/P module
MODBUS Details With Communication module
Favourites Page All

Holding together and buttons pressed for five


Setup Mode User Interface seconds invokes the ‘Set Up’ mode:

Wait 5 sec

A count from 0 to 5 is displayed on the LCD before ‘Set


Up’ mode is engaged. Release the buttons. This
displays the first configuration parameter.

Release buttons

Pressing button repetitively, while showing parameter


header, allows navigation through all configurable
parameters in a cyclic order
.

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Pressing button, when showing header for a
configurable parameter, resets the configurable
parameter to the factory default values and then allows
navigation through all assignable values of the
parameter.

Example showing available option for Primary Current Values

Subsequent assignable values for the configurable


parameter are displayed in a cyclic order.

To select/ assign a displayed value, click button


when the desired value is being displayed on the screen.

This assigns the displayed values to be committed to the


memory.

The first parameter that is displayed on engaging the


Entering Password Set up mode is ‘Password’

It is necessary to provide a password for any further


interaction with the meter. The factory default password
is set to 0000.

The initial display shows the default password with the


first digit flashing. To enter a password different from the
default, press the button and buttons. These
buttons allow cyclical navigation from 1 to 9 and 9 to 1
respectively. After having selected the appropriate digit
for the password, press the button to enter the value.

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On completion of this action, the meter automatically
initiates flashing of the next digit. Repeat the above
steps for entering the remaining password digits. If the
password you entered is not correct, you will not be able
to program or read the meter

Primary Current and Voltage Pressing button while primary current or primary
Settings voltage headers are being displayed resets the
parameter to its default value (e.g. 5 A primary current
for an Elite with 5A CT input).

Pressing button repetitively navigates through the all


assignable values.

Primary current increases in 5 A steps up to 100 A, then 10 A steps up to


200 A then 50 A steps up to 2000 A, then 100 A steps up to 9900 A

Pressing button navigates through the all values in


the reverse order using the same steps above.

Pressing button causes the selected primary scaling


Flashing “ConS” screen value to be committed to memory. This takes around
confirms the assignment of 10 five seconds due to the complex calculations involved.
A to the primary current During this time Elite flashes the following message on
the display:

Attention For VT connected meters a similar process can be used


to set the primary voltage to one of the following values:
DONOT attempt to configure 110 V, 1.1 kV, 2.2 kV, 3.3 kV, 6.6 kV, 11 kV, 13.2 kV,
primary current and voltage 16.5 kV, 22 kV, 24 kV, 33 kV, 36.3 kV, 66 kV, 110 kV,
values on the Elite meters that 132 kV, 145.2 kV, 220 kV.
have been factory set to the
non-standard values, as these
values are not accessible
through setup mode.

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Note that both primary current and primary voltage need
to be set for VT connected meters; entering ‘set up
mode’ for voltage resets the current value to default.

Elite automatically moves on to the next commissioning


setting (e.g. shift (TOD) timings or pulse width or
favourites page) when the value has been stored in
memory.

Shift (TOD) Settings


An Elite meter with Shift wise (TOD) energy feature can
be configured for maximum number of eight shifts and
their timings.
First the number of shifts is selected. If the number of
shift & their timings are not to be disturbed, then press
right button to exit the shift configuration. The timings for
shift MD & shift energy will be same.
Select the Header for the TOD Setting as follows:

Screen showing Header for


Shift Configuration
Pressing button repetitively navigates through the
all assignable values.

Options are displayed for specifying Shift (TOD) No. from 1 to 8

Pressing button navigates through the all options in


the reverse order.
No of TOD selection
\
Pressing button causes the selected number of shifts
to be committed to memory. The following screen
confirms the selection.

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Now, Shift (TOD) timings are to be entered for the
number of shifts selected. The timing for first shift starts
from 00:00:00 and users have to enter the end time. The
first option 00:00:15 is shown by default.

Pressing button increases the end time in steps of


15 minutes.

Pressing button navigates through the all options in


the reverse order using the same steps above.
T-1 indicates that Shift (TOD1)
timings

Pressing button causes the end time for TOD1 to be


committed to memory.
Now the same procedure is used to select the timings
for the rest of the shift registers. The end time for last
shift register will be taken as 24:00:00 by the meter
itself.

Special shift settings cannot be entered by buttons & if


meter is customised for the same at the factory. The
shift timings will not be shown on the display.

Pulse Parameter Elite models with pulse output are fitted with two volt-
Configuration free pulsed output port that emits pulses in proportion to
energy for which it is configured. Energy pulse is
provided on the corresponding Pulse O/P when a pre-
defined increment of selected energy type is observed.
Output pulse parameter can be selected when the Pulse
channel header is displayed as follows:

Pressing button while the display is showing the


Header for the Pulse O/P Channel 1 navigates through
all supported energy types as follows:

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Options are displayed for all supported energy types; example showing Active Import (Wh
IMP), Active Export (Wh EXP), Apparent Import (VAh IMP) and Reactive Import (VArh
IMP) respectively.

Pressing button navigates through the all options in


the reverse order.

Pressing button causes the displayed energy type to


be configured for the output channel. Header for the next
channel is shown confirming the selection.

Similarly, energy type for next channel can be


configured.

Pulse Width Configuration The pulse width may be set to either 80 ms or 240 ms.

Select Header for pulse width configuration as follows:

Screen showing Header for


Pulse Width Configuration
Pressing button navigates through the two options-
80 ms or 240 ms.

Pressing button navigates through two options in


the reverse order

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Pressing button causes the displayed value to be
committed to memory

Pulse Value Settings At any given primary scaling of Elite there are four
alternative pulse values. The pulse value determines
the ‘units per pulse’ for each pulse seen across the
terminals P1+ or P2+ and 0 on the output connector.

The table below indicates the choices at various power


levels:

Power Range** Pulse Value ( with indicated multiplier)


Derived from Primary
x1 x 10 X 100 X 1000
Scaling
1 W-555 W 1 Wh 10 Wh 100 Wh 1.0 kWh
556W-5.55kW 10 Wh 100 Wh 1.0 kWh 10 kWh
5.56kW-55.5kW 100 Wh 1.0 kWh 10 kWh 100 kWh
55.6kW-555kW 1.0 kWh 10 kWh 100 kWh 1.0 MWh
556kW-5.55MW 10 kWh 100 kWh 1.0 MWh 10 MWh
5.56MW-55.5 MW 100 kWh 1.0 MWh 10 MWh 100 MWh
55.6MW-555MW 1.0 MWh 10 MWh 100 MWh 1 GWh
556MW-555GW 10 MWh 100 MWh 1 GWh 10 GWh

“**”: The power range for a given installation can be


determined by multiplying together the primary voltage
and current for each circuit. Note that a three-phase
meter with only one or two phases connected is treated
as a three-phase meter for these purposes.

Example: 230 V 3-phase 4-wire meter with 200 A


CT primary scaling.

Power range = 230 V x 200 A x 3


= 138000=138 kW.

This value lies in the Range 55.6-555 kW range. If “1” is


selected for multiplier, one pulse is equivalent to one
kWh (see the table).

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To change the pulse value, press button while this
display is showing header for pulse value

Header for Pulse Value


Pressing button repetitively navigates through all
assignable options for pulse value:

(Displays showing x1, x10, x100 and x1000 multiplier respectively)

The options available are determined by the power


rating as given in the table above. This example is for
a 34W 230 V Elite with 200 A primary current (138 kW
power rating)

Pressing button navigates through the all options in


the reverse order:

Pressing button causes the displayed value to be


saved into the memory.

The Change Password option allows users to set new


passwords or modify existing ones.
Change Password Settings
For changing the password, scroll to the ‘Change
Password’ option. The display shows the existing
password with the first digit flashing.

Press the button / buttons until the new


password value is displayed. These buttons allow
cyclical navigation from 1 to 9 and 9 to 1 respectively.
After having selected the appropriate digit, press the
button to enter this value.

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On completion of this action, the meter automatically
initiates flashing of the next digit. Repeat the above
steps for entering the remaining password digits.

Analog O/P Configuration Elite models with Analog output provides four pulse
output ports each of which provides 4-20 mA signals in
proportion a configured instantaneous parameter.

Factory set default parameters for channel 1, 2, 3 and 4


are Active Power, Apparent Power, Reactive Power and
Average Voltage respectively and these can be changed
to assign any of the available parameters. Significance
and the scaling for the different parameters are as
follows:

Parameter for Analog O/P 4mA 12mA 20mA


Active, Reactive or Apparent Power Zero 50% kWmax* kWmax*
Frequency 45 Hz or less 50 Hz 55Hz or more
Power Factor- Average 0.0 lagging Unity 0.0 leading
Power Factor- For individual Phase 0.0 leading Unity 0.0 lagging
Voltage- Average 70% Vnom Vnom 130% Vnom
Voltage- for individual Phase 70% Vnom Vnom 130% Vnom
Line Current- Average Zero 50% Imax Imax or more
Line Current- For individual Phase Zero 50% Imax Imax or more

Vnom :Nominal Voltage e.g. 230V


Imax :120% of Ib (6/1.2A for 5/1A Ib)
kWmax:Power at 130% of Vnom and Imax

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Example: Consider the D3V100-412 model:

Vnom :230V (130 % 0f this is 299 V)


Attention Imax :6A
Output for Average current, kWmax:299*6/1000 = 1.794 kW
average voltage and average
power values are all based on Analog O/P for Active Power when meter observes a
three phase operation. If fewer 1.794 kW is 20mA. (The kW value must be multiplied
phases are present, the 4-20 with the external CT ratio for actual parameter value).
mA will be correspondingly
lower Output pulse parameter can be selected when the Pulse
channel header is displayed.

Pressing button while the display is showing this


header navigates through all supported parameters for
analog O/P:

Options are displayed for all supported parameter types; example showing Average
Voltage (V AVg), Average Current (A Avg), Active Power (W LOD) respectively. Other
parameters are shown with headers as follows: - Frequency (Hz), Phase wise voltage (V-
1, V-2, V-3) and Line current (L-1, L- 2, L-3).

Pressing button navigates through the all options in


the reverse order.

Pressing button causes the displayed parameter type


to be configured for the analog output channel. Header
for the next analog output channel is shown confirming
the selection.

Similarly, parameter for next channel can be configured.

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MODBUS Configuration Elite with RS485 communication module can be
interrogated as MODBUS slave device. This requires
configuring it with a slave address and the
communication baud rate.

MODBUS details can be assigned when the header for


the MODBUS Configuration is displayed.

Pressing button when the display is showing the


header for the MODBUS configuration navigates through
all configurable slave ID i.e.1 to 247.

Pressing button navigates through the IDs in the


reverse order.

Pressing button causes the displayed slave address


to be assigned for the meter. Make sure that slave ID is
unique to the MODBUS network in the context.

Header for the Baud Rate selection is shown confirming


the selection.

Pressing button while the display is showing the


Header for the baud rate selection navigates through all
configurable baud rates:

Pressing button navigates through the all options in


the reverse order.

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Pressing button causes the displayed baud rate to be
assigned for the meter. Make sure that same baud rate
is selected for all meters and MODBUS server.

Favourites Page The metering information provided by Elite meters is


Configuration grouped together in ‘pages’ and is accessible using the
buttons on the front panel. Picking up the most required
displays available on these pages, users can create their
own favourite display page. The Favourites Page can be
programmed through the ‘Set Up’ mode and allows up
to 10 displays to be copied from the default pages and
pasted in the order required. When programmed,
Favourites Page appears as ‘Page 1’ .

Favourites Page can be configured when display is


showing header for the Favourites Page Configuration
as follows:

Example showing Page 3


Selection Pressing button selects the Favourites Page
Configuration option clearing the existing configuration.
Screen displays flashing ‘Page 2’ screen.

Attention
Continuously flashing display
confirms the favourites page Use button to scroll through different pages. A
configuration mode selected page is shown with a Flashing Page header.

Use button to scroll through different parameters


under a selected page. A selected parameter is shown
with a flashing parameter header

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Example showing selection
of Phase 2 voltage
(second parameter under
page 3)
Use button to add a displayed parameter to the
Favourites page.

The display stops flashing to indicate that the item has


been added. Repeat this process until all the required
items have been added, or until the maximum of 10
items have been added.
Finally, hold the up and down buttons together
momentarily to exit ‘Set up’

Resetting Minimum & Maximum Values

Minimum and maximum values are logged for


instantaneous parameters such as current, voltage etc.
These values are displayed under the minimum and
maximum page or Page 7.These values can be reset to
initialise.

Holding down and buttons together for five


seconds, resets values of all maximum and minimum
parameters. The LCD counts down from 5 to 0 before
resetting the values.

Wait 5 sec

Performing Billing Operation

The meter automatically performs billing on


preconfigured dates specified in the meter. A billing
action resets all the MD parameters. If you wish, you can
also perform a billing action using button operation.
Holding down and buttons together for five
seconds resets the MD parameters. LCD counts down
from 5 to 0 before resetting the values.
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Wait 5 sec

Display Format

Parameters shown under the different pages and their


significance are shown. The displayed parameters are
according to the meter configuration, voltage and feature
set i.e. Imp or Imp-Exp; however, details are provided
for all the parameters.

Sr. Display Significance


Favourites Page
Header for Favourites page. This is followed by the
1
parameters selected for the display.
Date and Time Page
2 Current time of meter; showing 08:32:08 hrs.

3 Current date of meter; showing 05 April 2000.

4 Cumulative Power On hours; example showing 312 hours.


5 Cumulative Power Off hours; example showing 82 hours.
Instantaneous Parameter Page
Phase 1 to neutral voltage, not applicable for 3-Phase-3 wire
6
model.
Phase 2 to neutral voltage, not applicable for 3-Phase-3 wire
7
model.
Phase 3 to neutral voltage, not applicable for 3-Phase-3 wire
8
model.
9 Phase 1 to Phase 2 voltage.

10 Phase 2 to Phase 3 voltage.

11 Phase 3 to Phase 1 voltage.

12 Line Current for Phase 1, 2 and 3 respectively; example


showing 83.25 ampere. The line current corresponds to the
13 value that would be measured by an external ammeter scaled
for primary values, with no reference to the voltage vector. It
14 can also be considered to be the ‘apparent’ value.
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Neutral current; not applicable for 3 Phase-3 Wire model.
15
Example showing 28 ampere.
16
Active Current for Phase 1, 2, and 3 respectively; example
17 showing 83.25 ampere. For 33W configuration, it is shown
for Phase 1 and 3 only.
18

19
Reactive Current for Phase 1, 2, and 3 respectively; example
20
showing 43.25 ampere. For 33W configuration, it is shown
21 for Phase 1 and 3 only.

22 Frequency; example showing 49.876 Hz

23
Phase wise Instantaneous Power Factor for phase 1, 2 and 3
24 respectively; examples showing 0.981 leading PF. For 33W
configuration, it is shown for Phase 1 and 3 only.
25
Average Power Factor for three phases. The example shows
26
0.716 lagging power factor.
Instantaneous Apparent Power, the example shows 34.93
27
kVA.
28 Instantaneous Active Power; the example shows 33.98 kW.

29 Instantaneous Reactive Power; the example shows 8.09 kVAr.

30 RPM

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Main Energy Page
31 Active Import (Cumulative); the example shows 809 kWh.

32 Reactive Import (Cumulative); the example shows 108 kVArh.

32 Apparent Import (Cumulative); the example shows 816 kVAh.

33 Active Export (Cumulative); the example shows 105 kWh.

34 Reactive Export (Cumulative); the example shows 98 kVArh.


Active Forwarded Energy (Cumulative); the example shows
35
809 kWh.
Apparent Forwarded Energy (Cumulative); the example shows
36
816 kVAh.
TOD Energy Page
37 Values of R1 or Rate registers no.1 for active, reactive and
apparent import respectively. Each of these is followed by the
38 successive Rate Registers R2, R3...R8. The number of rate
registers is according to the TOD Configuration. Display for
39 Active TOD flashes continuously.
Maximum and Rising Demand Page
40 Current 0-24 hrs MD kW register.

41 Current 0-24 hrs MD kVA register.

42 Rising Demand for Active and Apparent power respectively.


Example showing 32.17 kW and 40.17 kVA. Elapse time of
the current integration period is also shown in example (13
43
minutes).
44 Values of R1 or TOD MD Register no. 1 for Active Import and
Apparent Import respectively. Each of these is followed by the
successive register R2, R3...R8 according the TOD
45
configuration.
Maximum and Minimum Page
Phase-1 Maximum voltage value since last reset. For 3-phase
46
3-wire meters the Phase 1 to Phase 2 voltage is displayed.
Phase-1 Minimum voltage value since last reset. For 3-phase
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3-wire meters the Phase1 to Phase 2 voltage is displayed.

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Phase-2 Maximum voltage value since last reset. For 3-phase
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3-wire meters the Phase 2 to Phase 3 voltage is displayed.
Phase-2 Minimum voltage value since last reset. For 3-phase
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3-wire meters the Phase 2 to Phase 3 voltage is displayed.
Phase-3 Maximum voltage value since last reset. For 3-phase
50
3-wire meters, the Phase 3 to Phase 1 voltage is displayed.
Phase-3 Maximum voltage value since last reset. For 3-phase
51
3-wire meters, the Phase 3 to Phase 1 voltage is displayed.
52 Phase 1 Maximum current since last reset.
Phase 2 Maximum current since last reset. For 3-Phase 3-wire
53
meters this value is computed.
54 Phase 3 Maximum current since last reset.
Lowest capacitive power factor recorded since last reset;
55
example showing 0.898 leading.
Lowest inductive power factor recorded since last reset;
56
example showing 0.876 lagging.
Minimum frequency recorded since last reset; example
57
showing 49.876 Hz.
Maximum active power recorded since last reset; example
58
showing 73.08 kW.
Maximum reactive power recorded since last reset; example
59
showing 38.09 kVAr.
Maximum apparent power recorded since last reset, in this
60
case 88.98.
Diagnostic & Meter Setting Page
61 Diagnostic checks OK; no faults found.
Meter Constant indicates upi for Calib LED; example showing
62 800 times per kWh. It changes according to the primary
scaling.
Module fitment; example showing ‘bASE opt’ indicates that no
63
module is fitted.
Module fitment; example showing ‘4-20 opt’ indicates that
64
analog output module is fitted.
Module fitment; example showing ‘SErIAL opt’ indicates
65
RS485 communication module is fitted.
PT primary setting; example showing 11000 Volts. Not
66
available in the LT models.
67 PT secondary setting; example showing 110 Volts. Not
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available in the LT models.

68 CT primary setting; example showing 100 A.

69 CT primary setting; example showing 5 A.


TOD configuration; example showing TOD End timings for R1.
70 Successive displays shows end timings for R2, R3...R8. Model
specific.
Pulse Parameter configured; example showing Pulse 1
71
configured to Active Import.
72 Pulse width; example showing 80 ms.

73 Pulse multiplier; example showing 1kWh/Pulse.


Device ID for MODBUS Slave; Example showing “5”. This is
74
shown for model having communication module.
Baud Rate for MODBUS communication; Example showing
75 “4800”. This is shown for model having communication
module.
Parameter configured for analog output; example showing
76 Average current (A AVG) configured for Channel-1 (indicated
with C1).
Fault Message
Phase missing; detected if phase voltage is below 20% of
nominal voltage. At least one phase must be present for Elite
77 to function; a 3-phase 3-wire meter can only detect loss of
Phase 1 or 2. A 3-phase 4-wire meter can detect missing of
two phases.
Phase reversed; detected if CT is connected with incorrect
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polarity.
Phase angle incorrect; this is indicated if the phase angle
78 between any two connected phases is outside ±10 limits, or if
the phase sequence is reversed.
Over Voltage; this is displayed if any of the connected
79
voltages exceeds 130% of the nominal value.
Unbalanced Voltage; this is determined dynamically if any
80 voltage is outside the 10% band centered on the mean value
of the three phases.
Low Power Factor; this is displayed if the average power
81
factor is less than 0.5.
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