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Instruction Bulletin

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a


POWERLOGIC System
(includes Type A, Type P, and Type H trip units)

Retain for future use

NOTICE

Read these instructions carefully and look at the equipment to become


familiar with the device before trying to install, operate, service, or maintain
it. The following special messages may appear throughout this bulletin or on
the equipment to warn of potential hazards or to call attention to information
that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
The addition of either symbol to a Danger or Warning safety label
indicates that an electrical hazard exists which will result in personal injury if
the instructions are not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.

DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, can result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, can result in minor or moderate injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION, used without the safety alert symbol, indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided, can result in property damage.

NOTE: Provides additional information to clarify or simplify a procedure.

PLEASE NOTE

Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained


only by qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider
Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this manual.

CLASS A FCC STATEMENT

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designated to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in
a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

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CONTENTS

Contents
Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC system

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1


FEATURE SUPPORT FOR MICROLOGIC ELECTRONIC TRIP UNITS . . 1
REQUIREMENTS FOR USING MICROLOGIC ELECTRONIC
TRIP UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
TECHNICAL SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Trip Unit System Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Network Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Hardware Setup Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Setting Type A Communications Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Setting Type P and Type H Communications Parameters . . . . . . . . . 7
INSTALLATION AND DEVICE SETUP IN SMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing the Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Adding and Setting Up Trip Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
VIEWING REAL-TIME INFORMATION IN SMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
USING QUANTITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
USING SMS ALARMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Alarm Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Pre-assigned PC-based Alarms and Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Type P and Type H Pre-assigned On-board Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Pre-assigned TaskResetting the Device Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
USING CONTROL OUTPUTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
DEVICE RESETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
METERING CAPABILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Real-Time Metering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Min/Max Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Power Factor Min/Max Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Demand Readings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Demand Power and Current Calculation Methods (Type P) . . . . . . . 19
Demand Power and Current Calculation Methods (Type H) . . . . . . . 20
Predicted Demand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Peak Demands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Energy Readings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Harmonic Readings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Real-Time Power Quality Quantities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Waveform Capture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
ADVANCED TOPICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Changing the VAR and Power Factor Sign Convention . . . . . . . . . . 23
Changing VAR Sign Convention Within SMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Changing VAR and PF Sign Conventions from the Trip Unit HMI . . . 25
Time Synchronization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
APPENDIX ATYPE A STANDARD QUANTITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
APPENDIX BTYPE P STANDARD QUANTITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
APPENDIX CTYPE H STANDARD QUANTITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

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APPENDIX DMICROLOGIC TRIP UNIT ERROR CODES . . . . . . . . . . 63


APPENDIX ESMS TABLE SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
APPENDIX FCOMMUNICATIONS CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . 67
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

This document provides the following information:


adding MICROLOGIC electronic trip units to your POWERLOGIC system
using alarms and events, control outputs, and device resets in SMS for
MICROLOGIC electronic trip units
creating custom quantities and custom tables to view data in SMS from
MICROLOGIC electronic trip units

NOTE: This document contains specific information about the Type A,


Type P, and Type H MICROLOGIC electronic trip units only.
Use this bulletin along with these other manuals:
MICROLOGIC electronic trip unit instruction bulletin
instruction bulletins for related devices, such as the MODBUS Breaker
Communication Module and the MODBUS Cradle Communication Module
SMS online help file and other SMS documentation

FEATURE SUPPORT FOR MICROLOGIC


ELECTRONIC TRIP UNITS

This section describes the features that SMS supports for MICROLOGIC
electronic trip units and related devices. For specific instructions on using
these features in SMS, refer to the SMS online help file and the SMS
documentation.
SMS supports the following features for MICROLOGIC electronic trip units
and related devices:

real-time data in tables, bar charts, and meters


device resets (such as min/max, operational counter, energy, peak demands)
automatically assigned control outputs (circuit breaker open and close)
historical logging/trending
automatically assigned PC-based alarms
automatically assigned on-board device alarms (protection)
interactive graphics (optional; GFX-1000 software required)
pre-configured software logging templates
standard and custom quantities
on-board data and alarm log uploads
device health checks and system communications test
diagnostic register reads and writes
on-board circuit breaker event log uploads
metering alarms setup
on-board waveform capture uploads

REQUIREMENTS FOR USING


MICROLOGIC ELECTRONIC TRIP UNITS

To use MICROLOGIC electronic trip units in SMS, the following requirements


must be met:
Type A and P: You must have installed the SMS version 3.2 upgrade.
Type H: You must have installed the SMS version 3.3.1 maintenance release.
To determine the installed version, click About on the Help menu in the SMS
client.
If your system has MICROLOGIC electronic trip units daisy-chained to a
port of a POWERLOGIC Ethernet Gateway, the gateway must use
Ethernet Gateway firmware version 2.5.0. or later.
The ECM-2000 and ECM-RM are not compatible with the MICROLOGIC
trip unit system. Use the POWERLOGIC Ethernet Gateway or Series 4000

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Circuit Monitor with an Ethernet Communication Card (ECC) when


connecting to an Ethernet network.
If your system includes a mixed-mode daisy chain (POWERLOGIC devices
and MICROLOGIC electronic trip units on the same daisy chain), Series
2000 Circuit Monitors on the daisy chain must have firmware version
17.008 or later.
If your system includes a mixed-mode daisy chain (POWERLOGIC and
MODBUS or Jbus devices), do not assign address 1 to any POWERLOGIC
device on the daisy chain; do not assign address 16 to any MODBUS or
Jbus device on the daisy chain.
See Appendix FCommunications Considerations on page 67, for
2-wire and 4-wire distance and baud rate limitations.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

If you have questions about any POWERLOGIC product, contact your local
sales representative. For the address and telephone number for technical
support in your country, see the Product Registration and Technical Support
Contacts sheet; a PDF copy of this document is contained on the SMS
installation CD.

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

All of the trip units described in this bulletin provide adjustable tripping
functions for circuit breakers, including long-time and instantaneous
adjustments for overloads and short circuits. There are three types of trip
units:
Type A, which provides basic trip features and ammeter measurements
Type P, which provides basic and advanced features and power/energy
measurements
Type H, which combines the features of the Type P unit with waveform
capture and harmonic measurements
All trip units are self-powered by the circuit they protect, or they can be
powered by an external 24-Vdc control power supply. The external power
supply is recommended to ensure that metering and communication
continue, even if the circuit breaker is opened or tripped.
Drawout circuit breakers may include an optional cradle communication
module (CCM) that provides information about the position of the circuit
breaker in the cradle. This module automatically assigns correct
communications parameters to the circuit breaker when its racked into the
test or connected positions.

Trip Unit System Modules

The MICROLOGIC trip unit system consists of three separate communicating


modules (plus a fourth optional module), described below. Each module has
an independent function. Together, they are viewed as a single device from
both the human-machine interface (HMI) and SMS. This simplifies data
reporting, recording, alarming, and general user interface.
The trip unit system includes:
Trip Unit Protection Module (PM)circuit protection feature of the trip
unit; the main function of the trip unit is the adjustable tripping function, so
the PM has priority over the other three modules. The PM can meter
current to 20 times the sensor plug rating. For example, for a 400 A sensor
plug, the PM can meter current up to 8,000 A.
Trip Unit Metering Module (MM)metering feature of the trip unit
provides true rms-metered data for energy management, and event
detection. The MM can record data up to 1.5 times the sensor plug. For
example, for a 400 A sensor plug, the MM can record data up to 600 A.

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MODBUS Breaker Communication Module (BCM)required module for


communication between the trip unit and a MODBUS communication
network; the BCM acts as a communication gateway between the external
MODBUS network protocol and a peer-to-peer protocol used within the trip
unit system. The BCM provides circuit breaker status informationopen,
closed, tripped, spring charged, spring discharged, ready to close, and
mechanism unlatched.
The BCM also contains:
an alarm log of date/time stamps for recorded events
circuit breaker maintenance information
the means to control the circuit breaker remotely via MODBUS; this
feature requires optional communicating open/close coil(s)
The BCM requires an external 24-Vdc power supply.

NOTE: If the trip unit is externally powered, the power supply for the BCM
must be separate from the one used by the trip unit. This ensures that
electrical isolation between the trip unit and the communications network
is maintained.
An optional communicating module can be used with drawout circuit
breakers:
Cradle Communication Module (CCM)optional when a drawout circuit
breaker has a trip unit that communicates via MODBUS; the CCM reads
the position of the circuit breaker: connected, disconnected, or test. The
CCM automatically assigns communication parameters to a circuit
breaker when its racked into the test position from the disconnected
positiona feature that allows you to exchange circuit breakers between
compartments without having to change network communication
parameters. The CCM requires an external 24-Vdc power supply.
NOTE: The CCM may share the same power supply as the BCM, but it
must be separate from the one used by the trip unit.
The trip unit modules communicate using a dedicated peer-to-peer protocol
that is designed specifically for the MICROLOGIC Trip Unit system. This
protocol provides the communication link between the PM, MM, and BCM.

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Figure 1 shows how the pieces of the circuit breaker and trip unit fit together.
Modbus (IRS-485) Communication

Cradle

Cradle
Communication
Module (optional)

Cradle Secondary Connections


Circuit Breaker Secondary Connections
Breaker
Communication
Module
IR Communications

Circuit
Breaker

0
ic 2.
olog
Micr

Trip Unit

Meter
Module
Peer-to-Peer
Protocol
Protection
Module
Test Kit
Port

Figure 1:
Network Communication

Trip Unit Architecture

MICROLOGIC trip units communicate via RS-485 MODBUS RTU protocol.

This protocol provides serial communications using either 2-wire or 4-wire


connections at speeds up to 19.2k baud. You can connect up to 32 devices
on a single daisy chain, at distances up to 10,000 feet (3,050 meters).
NOTE: To prevent communication errors, the scan rate should not exceed
500 ms. Faster scan rates may cause internal communication issues
between the trip unit sub-devices.
The trip unit connects to the POWERLOGIC system through one of three
standard communication methods:
Serial (RS-485 MODBUS RTU), using an MCI-101 converter kit
Ethernet (MODBUS TCP), using a CM4000 with Ethernet Communication
Card (ECC) or using an Ethernet Gateway (such as EGX-400)
Figures 2, 3, and 4, on the following pages, illustrate simple systems using
each of these communication types. Other architectures are possible;
contact your local sales office for assistance.
For detailed information about system architecture, refer to the
POWERLOGIC System Architecture and Application Guide (order no.
3000DB0001).

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POWERLOGIC

System Manager
Software

MCI-101
Converter Kit

RS-485 Daisy Chain

RS-232

MCT-485 or
MCTAS-485
Terminator

MICROLOGIC
Electronic Trip Unit
Figure 2:

Series 4000
Circuit Monitor
Circuit Breaker

Series 2000
Circuit Monitor
or Power Meter

Communication via a PC Serial Port (RS-485 MODBUS RTU)

POWERLOGIC

System Manager
Software
Series 4000
Circuit Monitor
with ECC
RS-485 Daisy Chain
Ethernet (Modbus TCP)

MCT-485 or
MCTAS-485
Terminator
Series 4000
Circuit Monitor

MICROLOGIC

Electronic Trip Unit

Figure 3:

Circuit Breaker

Series 2000
Circuit Monitor
or Power Meter

Communication via a CM4000 Ethernet Communication Card (CM4000 with ECC)

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POWERLOGIC

System Manager
Software

POWERLOGIC

Ethernet Gateway EGX400


Ethernet (Modbus/TCP))

RS-485 Daisy Chain


MCT-485 or
MCTAS-485
Terminator
Series 4000
Circuit Monitor

MICROLOGIC

Electronic Trip Unit

Figure 4:

Circuit Breaker

Series 2000
Circuit Monitor
or Power Meter

Communication via an Ethernet Gateway

Hardware Setup Checklist

Before you add the MICROLOGIC trip unit to SMS, be sure that you have
completed all of the required hardware setup steps:
1. Be sure that all equipment shipping splits are connected.
2. Confirm that an external 24-Vdc power supply is connected to the BCM
(and CCM, if present).
3. Confirm that a second external 24-Vdc power supply is connected to the
trip unit, if it is not to be self-powered.

Setting Type A Communications Parameters

NOTE: If the trip unit is externally powered, the power supply for the BCM
must be separate from the one used by the trip unit. If you have a CCM,
it can share the BCMs power supply.
4. Rack the circuit breaker to the Test or Connected position.
5. Confirm that the trip unit has control power (the display will be powered).
6. Set the device address, baud rate, and parity from the HMI.
For the Type A trip unit, follow these steps:
a. From the default Current menu, simultaneously press and hold both
and
until the Communications Address menu displays. The
display will read Ad47.
b. To set the device address, press and release
repeatedly until the
correct address displays. Address range = 01 through 47
(default = 47 ).
c. When the correct address displays, hold down
until the display
begins to flash, then release. The baud rate menu displays
(default = b 19.2).
d. To set the baud rate, press and release
repeatedly until the
correct rate displays. Baud rate range = 1,200 to 19,200.
e. When the correct baud rate displays, hold down
until the display
begins to flash, then release. The parity menu displays (the default =
P E for even parity).
f. To set the parity, press and release
repeatedly until the correct
parity displays. Possible entries are E or n (even or none)
g. When the correct parity displays, hold down
until the display
menu

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begins to flash, then release. After several seconds, the trip unit
automatically returns to the Current menu.
Setting Type P and Type H Communications
Parameters

For the Type P or Type H trip unit, follow these steps:


a. From the default Main menu (providing real-time current display),
press
; the Setup menu displays.
); the Communb. Press
or
to select Com Setup. Press (
ication Setup menu displays with Com. parameters selected.
c. Press
to open the Com. parameters window. The MODBUS Com
window displays with the Address selected (default = 47 ).
d. Press
to highlight the address. Press
or
to change the
address to the one that the trip unit will use. Press
to enter the
change.
e. Press
or
to select Baud Rate (default = 19.2k).
f. Press
to highlight the baud rate.
g. Press
or
to change the baud rate to the one that the trip
system modules will use.
h. Press
to enter the change.
i. Press
to select Parity (default = Even).
j. Press
to highlight the parity.
k. Press
or
to change the parity to the one that the trip unit
will use (even or none).
l. Press
to enter the change.
m. Press
to leave the menu. The prompt Do you want to save new
settings? displays.
n. Press
to select Yes. Press
to save all of the changes that
youve made.
o. Press
to return to the default Main menu.
7. Press the Address sync push button on the CCM (adjacent to the green
LED marked Comm). This causes the CCM to read the communications
setup (for this circuit breaker location) from the BCM.
8. Connect the trip system (trip unit, CCM, BCM) to the MODBUS network.
Follow instructions in the MASTERPACT NW Low-voltage Power Circuit
Breaker instruction bulletin (order no. 48049-106-01) and the instruction
bulletin that was shipped with your MICROLOGIC electronic trip unit. See
the figure on page 68 of this manual for a wiring diagram
9. Connect the MODBUS network to a PC workstation via Ethernet
(Ethernet Gateway connection or CM4000 with ECC) or RS-485 (serial
connection). Follow instructions in the POWERLOGIC System
Architecture and Application Guide (order no. 3000DB0001). See figures
2, 3, and 4 on pages 5 and 6 of this manual for general illustrations of
communication setup.

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INSTALLATION AND DEVICE SETUP


IN SMS

If you encounter problems with any instructions in this section, refer to


Troubleshooting on page 27 for troubleshooting help.

Installing the Software

With SMS version 3.3, you have support for Type A and Type P trip units. With
SMS version 3.3.1, you also have support for Type H trip units. When you
install the SMS software, the corresponding MICROLOGIC device type
software is also installed. To install SMS and its device type software, follow
the installation instructions:
See the System Manager Software Setup Guide for version 3.3.
See the Installation Instructions document for version 3.3.1.
Once SMS is installed, youll need to add and set up the MICROLOGIC trip
units. See Adding and Setting Up Trip Units, below.
If you have any questions, contact your local sales representative. For the
address and telephone number for technical support in your country, see the
Product Registration and Technical Support Contacts sheet. Once SMS is
installed, the list is located at Start > Programs > SMS-nnnn > Tech Support.

Adding and Setting Up Trip Units

After the software is installed, youll need to add and set up the MICROLOGIC
trip unit(s) in your SMS system. Instructions for adding and setting up devices
are in the SMS online help file. See the Quick Starts for step-by-step
instructions, which are organized by communication connection type.
The tasks youll need to complete are listed below.
1. Add and set up a serial connection in SMS.
2. Add the device.
3. Add the device address (sometimes called device route). This address
must match the address you assigned to the device at the HMI. This step
requires that you plan your addressing in advance.
When you add a MODBUS device in SMS, you add one address or route,
which SMS uses to communicate with that device. For the MICROLOGIC
trip unit, you add the address that you entered at the trip unit HMI; SMS
creates the additional device addresses that are required for the rest of
the trip unit system:

BCM (breaker communication module)the BCM address is set at the


trip unit HMI
PM (trip unit protection module)the system adds 100 to the BCM
address
MM (trip unit metering module)the system adds 200 to the BCM

address

CCM (cradle communication module)installed only if you are using a


drawout circuit breaker : the system adds 50 to the BCM address

NOTE: When entering a MICROLOGIC device in SMS, using an Ethernet


Gateway connection, the device ID should match the address of the BCM
(the address entered at the trip unit HMI).
4. After you add the address, SMS displays a dialog asking you whether you
have a CCM in your trip unit system. If the trip unit system includes a
CCM, check the box.

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Figure 5 illustrates how these addresses are determined, when the trip unit
is installed in a drawout circuit breaker.
.
Daisy Chain Connecting Devices
Address
(51)

CCM

(1)

BCM

POWERLOGIC
System Manager
Software

POWERLOGIC
Ethernet Gateway EGX400

(101)

PM

(201)

MM

Circuit
Breaker Cradle

Circuit
Breaker

Circuit Breaker/Trip Unit:


Address 1 (51, 101, 201)

Circuit Monitors and/or


Other Devices:
In this example, do not
assign address
number 51, 101, or 201
to any remaining device

In this example, you might give the trip unit address #1. This step assigns address #1 to the
breaker communication module (BCM). SMS will automatically assign these addresses for the trip unit modules:
#51 to the crade communication module (CCM)
#101 to the trip unit protection module (PM)
#201 to the trip unit meter module (MM)

Figure 5:

Adding a Device Address for the MICROLOGIC Trip Unit

When adding the MICROLOGIC trip unit to an SMS system, you must plan for
the additional addresses of the trip unit system. For example, when
communicating via an Ethernet Gateway (such as an EGX400), be sure that
other devices are not assigned an address that will be automatically
assigned to part of the trip unit system.
The benefit of having the four addresses is that SMS polls the individual parts
of the trip unit system separately. Should an event occur to one part of the
trip unit system, the remaining parts will continue to function and deliver data
to SMS. For example, when the circuit breaker is racked out, the BCM and trip
unit modules cannot communicate, but the CCM continues to provide circuit
breaker position information.
The multiple addresses also help you when youre troubleshooting the trip
unit system.

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VIEWING REAL-TIME INFORMATION


IN SMS

Once you have added the trip unit to your system, you can view real-time
data in SMS as you would for any other POWERLOGIC system compatible
device. See the SMS online help file for information about displaying bar
charts, meters, tables, and function tables for devices within SMS.

USING QUANTITIES

Standard Quantities
For each POWERLOGIC device type, including the MICROLOGIC trip unit,
SMS maintains a database of standard quantities available in the device.
When you define a logging template or display a quick table for a trip unit,
SMS knows the quantities that are available for that device type.
Custom Quantities
In addition to these standard quantities, SMS gives you the option of setting
up additional quantities, called custom quantities. To use these custom
quantities, you must identify them by specifying their location (register
number). When you define custom quantities and assign them to the
device type, you are adding to the database of quantities available for that
device type.
For instructions on adding and assigning custom quantities, see the SMS
online help file.

USING SMS ALARMS

Global alarms are automatically assigned when the trip unit is added to SMS.
However, you can add custom alarms to SMS. The process of setting up
alarms includes these steps:
creating global analog or digital functions that are to be used to monitor
power system conditions. When you define an analog or digital function,
you select a quantity, then define the conditions (or setpoints) under which
SMS generates the alarm. You also determine the severity of the alarm,
for example, whether the alarm will annunciate (give visual or audible
indication from within SMS) and whether a user must acknowledge it.
assigning the function to a specific device within the SMS system.
Because you might not want the same alarms for each trip unit, you can
specify the alarms for each one.
For complete instructions on adding global functions and assigning them to
a device, see the SMS online help file.

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Alarm Levels

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SMS uses a feature called Alarm Severity to determine the level of an alarm
and the information that the alarm provides. There are ten levels of alarm,
0 through 9 (0 is the most severe, 9 the least severe). Although
MICROLOGIC alarms and levels are pre-assigned, you can change the level
(severity) of any alarm. However, keep in mind that changes to a level will
change the amount of information that you will receive when the alarm
becomes active.The following table lists the default alarm severity levels
and their characteristics:

Table 1:
Severity
Level

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Audible Visible

Acknowledge
Required

Password
Required

Alarm
Log

SMS Default Alarm Levels

Alarm will sound when it becomes active.


Alarm will make the Active Alarms dialog pop up when it becomes active.
Operator must acknowledge the alarm before it will disappear.
Alarm is password-protected: operator must enter a password (assigned
when adding the user ID) to acknowledge the alarm.
Alarm information displays in the SMS Alarm Log.

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Pre-assigned PC-based Alarms and Events

Table 2:

The MICROLOGIC trip unit includes automatically assigned alarms. However,


you can unassign or modify any pre-assigned alarm for a specific device.
Table 2 describes these pre-assigned alarms. Unless otherwise indicated in
the Remarks column, all alarms operate for Type A, Type P, and Type H trip
units.

MICROLOGIC Trip Unit Pre-assigned PC-based Alarms

Digital Function Module2


Name1

Pickup Text /
Alarm Level3

Dropout Text /
Alarm Level3

Polling
Interval

Remarks

Long Delay Pickup

PM

In Progress
(level 1)

Not Picked Up
(no alarm)

15 sec.

Type P and Type H trip units only. Long delay pickup setpoint is exceeded and
trip is imminent if current is not reduced.

Protection Settings
Change

PM

Detected
(level 4)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

300 sec.

Alarm appears when any trip unit protection setpoint is changed.

Rating/Sensor Plug
Changeout

PM

Detected
(level 4)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

300 sec.

Alarm appears when the rating plug type or sensor plug current rating
changes from the last time SMS communicated with the circuit breaker.

Trip Unit Changeout PM

Detected
(level 4)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

300 sec.

Alarm appears when the PM serial number changes from the last time SMS
communicated with the circuit breaker.

Trip Unit Door


Status

Open
(level 5)

Closed
(no alarm)

300 sec.

Type P and Type H trip units only. Indicates trip unit door is open and basic
protection settings switches are exposed.

Breaker Changeout BCM

Detected
(level 4)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

300 sec.

Alarm appears when the BCM serial number changes from the last time
SMS communicated with the circuit breaker.

Breaker Status

BCM

Closed
(no alarm)

Open
(no alarm)

N/A4

Loss of Logging
and Alarming
Capability

BCM

Detected
(level 1)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Ready to Close

BCM

Yes
(no alarm)

No
(no alarm)

N/A4

Remote Closing
Enabled

BCM

Yes
(no alarm)

No
(no alarm)

N/A4

If Remote Closing is disabled, an attempt to close the circuit breaker in SMS


will result in error code 4500. See Appendix DMICROLOGIC Trip Unit Error
Codes for information.

Remote Control
Enabled

BCM

Yes
(no alarm)

No
(no alarm)

N/A4

Remote control is enabled/disabled at the trip unit HMI by placing the unit in
Auto/ Manual.

PM

Indicates loss of internal communication to the trip unit. Could be caused by


trip unit being removed or by loss of trip unit auxiliary power.

When remote control is disabled, the SMS pre-defined control outputs


(enable/disable remote closing and opening, and close/ open the circuit
breaker will not operate.
Remote Opening
Enabled

BCM

Yes
(no alarm)

No
(no alarm)

N/A4

If Remote Opening is disabled, an attempt to open the circuit breaker in SMS


will result in error code 4500. See Appendix DMICROLOGIC Trip Unit Error
Codes for information.

Spring Charged

BCM

Yes
(no alarm)

No
(no alarm)

N/A4

Indicates status of motor-charged closing springs.

Time Loss (BCM)

BCM

Detected
(level 9)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Indicates that the BCM lost power. An SMS clock reset task automatically
performs the reset with no user action required.

Trip Unit Internal


Comms Failure

BCM

Detected
(level 1)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Indicates loss of internal communication to the trip unit. Could be caused by


trip unit being removed or by loss of trip unit auxiliary power.

Trip Unit Status


(SDE)

BCM

Fault Tripped
(level 1)

Not Tripped
(no alarm)

15 sec.

Protective trip alarm. This alarm remains until the trip unit is reset. If the trip
unit is Type P or Type H, onboard alarms also appear with the type of trip.

Breaker Between
Positions

CCM

True
(level 5)

False
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Only for models with CCM.


Indicates that the circuit breaker is between Connected and Test or between
Test and Disconnected positions.

Breaker Connected
(CE)

CCM

True
(level 9)

False
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Only for models with a CCM.


Indicates that the circuit breaker is in Connected position.

Breaker
Disconnected (CD)

CCM

True
(level 5)

False
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Only for models with CCM.


Indicates that the circuit breaker is in Disconnected position.

Breaker in Test (CT) CCM

True
(level 5)

False
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Only for models with a CCM.


Indicates that the circuit breaker is in Test position.

Time Loss (CCM)

Detected
(level 9)

Not Detected
(no alarm)

60 sec.

Only for models with a CCM.


Indicates that the CCM lost power. An SMS clock reset task automatically
performs the reset with no user action required.

1.
2.
3.
4.

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CCM

This name displays in the SMS Activity Log and Active Alarm log.
The module that generates the alarm; BCM = breaker communication module, CCM = cradle communication module, PM = protection module
Although you can change the level for an alarm, keep in mind that each alarm level has specific characteristics: For example, alarm level 9 displays an entry in
the SMS Activity Log, but does not display in the Active Alarms Log.
These functions are polled only when they are included in a file such as a real-time table. The polling is updated according to the interval chosen for that display.

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Type P and Type H Pre-assigned On-board


Alarms

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Table 3 lists on-board alarms for Type P and Type H trip units. To enable them
and to enter pickup and dropout setpoints, you must use the HMI. See the trip
unit instruction bulletin for instructions.
The settings and present status of each alarm can be viewed in the
MICROLOGIC Protection Settings table. See Appendix ESMS Table
Support on page 65 for a list of tables included in SMS. See the SMS online
file for help viewing tables.
Table 3:

Type P and Type H Trip Unit On-board Alarms

Function Name

Alarm Level

Long Time Trip (Ir)

Short Time Trip (Isd)

Instantaneous Trip (Ii)

Residual Ground Fault (Ig)

Ground Fault - Residual Alarm

Current Unbalance

Over Current Demand Phase A

Over Current Demand Phase B

Over Current Demand Phase C

Over Current Demand Neutral

Under Voltage

Over Voltage

Voltage Unbalance

Reverse Power

Under Frequency

Over Frequency

Phase Rotation

Current Load Shedding

Power Load Shedding

Pre-assigned TaskResetting the


Device Clock

The clock reset is the only pre-assigned task for a device reset. For more
information about the automatic device clock reset, see Device Resets on
page 14. For instructions on using tasks to perform resets, see the SMS
online help file.

USING CONTROL OUTPUTS

SMS uses control outputs to provide remote manual control of devices. For
example, you can use SMS as an interface to open or close a circuit breaker
via a serial, MODBUS, or Ethernet communications network.

Table 4 lists the predefined MICROLOGIC control outputs used in SMS.


Table 4:

MICROLOGIC Control Outputs

Control

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Target Device

Circuit Breaker (close/open)

BCM

Open Permissive (enable/disable)

BCM

Close Permissive (enable/disable)

BCM

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For any output to be controlled from SMS, you must enable:


the remote control (Auto/Manual) from the trip unit HMI
the SMS open/close feature (Setup > Control Outputs) for the control.
If the HMI remote control is enabled, but the SMS open/close feature is
disabled for a control, that control output will not operate. You will see this
message in SMS:

Control Output Failed! Communication Error 4500 occurred while


sending the control to the target device. Visual inspection of the
device is recommended.
The solution is to enable the desired control from the SMS control output
feature as well as from the trip unit HMI.
If remote control (Auto/Manual) is disabled from the trip unit HMI, the attempt
to operate the control from SMS will not work. You will see this message:
Control Output Failed!
The solution is to enable the remote control from the trip unit HMI.

DEVICE RESETS

The device reset feature allows you to reset certain data entries for a device
or group of devices. Reset options vary, depending on the device type. You
can perform a reset manually or as a scheduled task. Resets are logged in
the SMS Activity Log.
Table 5 lists the resets that SMS supports for the Type A, Type P, and Type H
trip units:
Table 5:

Micrologic Type A, Type P, and Type H Device Resets

Device Reset

Type A

Type P

Type H

Breaker Event Log


Device Date/Time1

Min/Max

Accumulated Energy

Trip Unit Alarm Log

Peak Demand Current

Peak Demand Power

Set Alternate (CM2) PF/Var Sign Convention 2

Set IEC PF/Var Sign Convention 2

Set IEEE PF/Var Sign Convention 2


Operations Counter

Four-cycle waveform

Metering alarm log

1. Device date/time is reset in one of two ways


At 12:30 a.m., a scheduled task in SMS resets the trip units time.
When the trip unit loses and regains power, a pre-assigned PC-based alarm
performs the reset with no user action required.
2. Available if the optional VAR sign utility is installed.

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METERING CAPABILITIES

The MICROLOGIC Trip Unit system provides real-time readings, demand


readings, and energy readings. Each reading type is discussed fully in the
following paragraphs.

Real-Time Metering

All MICROLOGIC trip units measure currents and report rms values for all
three phases, including neutral/ground current. In addition to these values,
the Type P trip unit measures voltage and calculates power factor, real power,
reactive power, and more. Table 6 lists the real-time readings and shows
which parameters are available.
Table 6:

Real-Time Readings

Current

Range

Per-Phase

0 to 32,767 A (or 0100% capacity)

Neutral

0 to 32,767 A (or 0100% capacity)

Ground

0 to 32,767 A (or 0100% capacity)

Max of 3 Phases and Neutral

0 to 32,767 A

3-Phase Average (Type P and Type H)

0 to 32,767 A

Current Unbalance (Type P and Type H)

100% to +100%

Voltage (Type P and Type H)


LinetoLine, per-phase

Range
0 to 1,200 V

3-Phase Average, Line-to-Line

0 to 1,200 V

Line-to-Neutral, per-phase

0 to 1,200 V

3-Phase Average, Line-to-Neutral

0 to 1,200 V

Voltage Unbalance

100% to +100%

Real Power (Type P and Type H)


3-Phase Total
Per-Phase
Reactive Power (Type P and Type H)

Range
0 to +/32,767 kW
0 to +/32,767 kW
Range

3-Phase Total

0 to +/32,767 kVAR

Per-Phase

0 to +/32,767 kVAR

Apparent Power (Type P and Type H)


3-Phase Total
Power FactorTrue (Type P and Type H)
3-Phase Total
Per Phase
Power Quality (Type H)

Range
0 to 32,767 kVA
Range
1.00 to +1.00
1.00 to +1.00
Range

Current Crest Factor, per phase

0 to 100 A

Voltage Crest Factor, per phase

0 to 100 V

Distortion Power, per phase and total

0 to 32,767 kVAR

K-Factor, per phase

0 to 100 A

THD Current, per phase

0 to 500 A

THD Voltage, per phase

0 to 500 V

thd Current, per phase

0 to 1000 A

thd Voltage, per phase

0 to 1000 V

Frequency (Type P and Type H)


System Frequency

Range
50-60 Hz or 400 Hz

Harmonics: Fundamental31st (Type H only) Range


Voltage Angle

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Voltage Magnitude

0100 percent of fundamental

Current Angle

0360 degrees

Current Magnitude

0100 percent of fundamental

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The trip unit stores minimum and maximum (min/max) values for all real-time
readings in nonvolatile memory.
Using SMS, you can:
view all min/max values
reset all min/max values
For instructions on using SMS software to view, save, and reset min/max
data, refer to the SMS online help file.

Power Factor Min/Max Conventions

Running min/max values, with the exception of power factor, are arithmetic
minimums and maximums. For example, the minimum phase AB voltage is
simply the lowest value in the range 0 to 1200 V that has occurred since the
min/max values were last reset. In contrast, because midpoint for a power
factor meters is unity (illustrated in Figure 6), power factor min/max values
are not true arithmetic minimums and maximums. Instead, the minimum
value represents the measurement closest to 0 (most lagging) on a
continuous scale of 0 to 1.00 to +0. The maximum value is the
measurement closest to +0 (most leading) on the same scale.
See Advanced Topics on page 23 for information about changing sign
conventions.

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Figure 6 shows the power factor min/max values in a typical environment,


assuming a positive power flow. In Figure 6, the minimum power factor is
0.70 (lagging) and the maximum is +0.80 (leading). It is important to note that
the maximum power factor need not be leading. For example, if the power
factor values ranged from 0.75 (lagging) to 0.95 (lagging), then the
minimum power factor would be 0.75 (lagging) and the maximum power
factor would be 0.95 (lagging). Likewise, if the power factor ranged from
+0.90 to +0.95, the minimum would be +0.95 (leading) and the maximum
would be +0.90 (leading).
Figure 7 shows a sign convention chart for the default IEEE sign convention.

Minimum
Power Factor
0.7 (lagging)

Maximum
Power Factor
0.8 (leading)

Range of Power
Factor Values
Unity
1.00
.8

.8

.6

.6

Lead
(+)

Lag
()
.4

.4

.2

.2

+0

-0

Figure 6:

Power Factor Min/Max Values

Reactive
Power
Quadrant
2

Quadrant
1

Watts Negative ()
VARs Positive (+)

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Positive (+)

PF Leading (+)
Reverse Power Flow

Watts Negative ()
VARs Negative ()

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Negative ()

PF Lagging ()

PF Leading (+)

Quadrant
3

Figure 7:

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PF Lagging ()
Normal Power Flow

Real
Power

Quadrant
4

IEEE Sign Convention (default)

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Demand Readings

The Type P and Type H trip units provide a variety of demand readings,
including coincident readings and predicted demands. Table 7 lists the
available demand readings.
Table 7:

Type P and Type H Trip Unit Demand Readings

Demand Current

Type P

Type H

Present, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 32,767 A

Peak, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 32,767 A

Peak K-Factor Demand, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 32,767 A

Predicted, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 32,767 A

Average Power Factor (True), 3-Phase Total

X
Type P

Type H
X

Present

1.00 to +1.00

Coincident with kW Peak

1.00 to +1.00

Coincident with kVAR Peak

1.00 to +1.00

Coincident with kVA Peak

1.00 to +1.00

Type P

Type H

K-Factor Demand
Present, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 100 (no units)

At Peak Demand Current, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 100

Peak, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 100

Predicted, Per-Phase and Neutral

0 to 100

Demand Real Power, 3-Phase Total

X
Type P

Type H

Present

0 to 32,767 kW

Predicted

0 to 32,767 kW

Peak

0 to 32,767 kW

Coincident kVAR

0 to 32,767 kVAR

Coincident kVA

0 to 32,767 kVA

Type P

Type H

Demand Reactive Power, 3-Phase Total


Present

0 to 32,767 kVAR

Predicted

0 to 32,767 kVAR

Peak

0 to 32,767 kVAR

Coincident kW

0 to 32,767 kW

Coincident kVA

0 to 32,767 kVA

Demand Apparent Power, 3-Phase Total

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Type P

Type H

Present

0 to 32,767 kVA

Predicted

0 to 32,767 kVA

Peak

0 to 32,767 kVA

Coincident kW

0 to 32,767 kW

Coincident kVAR

0 to 32,767 kVAR

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Demand Power and Current


Calculation Methods (Type P)

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To be compatible with electric utility billing practices, the Type P trip unit
provides the following types of demand power calculations:
sliding demand
block interval demand
A brief description of each demand method follows:
Sliding Demand (default)
The sliding demand method calculates the demand based on a running
average value and updates its demand calculation every 15 seconds on a
sliding window basis. You can select the demand interval from 5 to 60
minutes in 1-minute increments.
Block Interval Demand
The block interval demand mode supports a standard block interval
calculation for compatibility with electric utility electronic demand registers.
In standard block interval mode, you can select a demand interval from 5 to
60 minutes in 1-minute increments. The demand calculation is performed at
the end of each interval. The present demand value displayed by the trip unit
is the value for the last completed demand interval.
The demand calculation method and interval are set up from the HMI. To
change the demand method or interval, follow these steps:
Changing the Type P Demand Power Method or Interval
1. From the default Main menu of a Type P trip unit, press
; the Setup
menu displays.
2. Press
or
to select Metering Setup.
3. Press
; the Metering Setup menu displays.
4. Press
or
to select Power Demand.
5. Press
; the Power Demand window displays with the window type
selected (default = Sliding Window).
6. To change the window type, press
to highlight the type.
7. Press
or
to change the type; the two options are Block and
Sliding.
8. Press
to enter the change.
9. Press
to select the interval time.
10. Press
to highlight the interval time (default = 15 minutes).
11. To change the default, press
or
until the correct interval
displays. The interval range is 560 minutes.
12. Press
then press
to set the desired interval. The prompt Do you
want to save new settings? displays.
13. Press
to select Yes. Press
to save the change that youve
made.
14. Press
to return to the default Main menu.
Changing the Type P Demand Current Method or Interval
1. From the default Main menu of a Type P trip unit, press (
); the Setup
menu displays.
2. Press
or
to select Metering Setup.
3. Press
; the Metering Setup menu displays.
4. Press
or
to select Current Demand.
5. Press
to display the current demand window. The default method
(Sliding Window) cannot be changed. Demand interval is selected.

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6. Press
to highlight the interval time (default = 5 minutes).
7. To change the default, press
or
until the correct interval
displays. The interval range is 560 minutes.
8. Press
then press
to set the desired interval. The prompt Do you
want to save new settings? displays.
9. Press
to select Yes. Press
to save the change that youve
made.
10. Press
to return to the default Main menu.
Demand Power and Current
Calculation Methods (Type H)

The Type H trip unit provides the following types of demand power
calculations:
block interval
thermal calculation
sync to comms
Block Interval Demand (default)
The block interval demand method supports two window types for
compatibility with electric utility electronic demand registers:
In the standard block window type, you can select a demand interval from
5 to 60 minutes in 1-minute increments. The demand calculation is
performed at the end of each interval. The present demand value
displayed by the trip unit is the value for the last completed demand
interval.
The sliding block window type calculates the demand based on a running
average value and updates its demand calculation every 15 seconds on a
sliding window basis. You can select the demand interval from 5 to 60
minutes in 1-minute increments.
Thermal Calculation Demand
The thermal calculation demand method calculates the demand based on a
thermal response and updates its demand calculation every 15 seconds on
a sliding window basis. The user can select the demand interval from 5 to 60
minutes in 1-minute intervals.
Sync to Comms Demand
The sync to comms method is available only with the communication option.
This function determines demand power based on a signal from the
communication module.
The demand calculation method, window type, and interval are set up for the
Type H trip unit from either SMS or the HMI. To make these changes, follow
these steps:
Changing the Type H Demand Power Method or Interval
1. From the default Main menu of a Type H trip unit, press
; the Setup
menu displays.
2. Press
or
to select Metering Setup.
3. Press
; the Metering Setup menu displays.
4. Press
or
to select Power Demand.
5. Press
; the Power Demand window displays with the calculation
method selected (default = Block Interval).

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6. To change the calculation method, press


to highlight the method.
7. Press
or
to change the method.
8. Press
to enter the change.
9. Press
to select the window type.
10. To change the window type (only for Block Interval Demand), press
to highlight the window type.
11. Press
or
to change the window type.
12. Press
to enter the change.
13. Press
to select the interval time.
14. Press
to highlight the interval time (default = 15 minutes).
15. To change the default, press
or
until the correct interval displays.
The interval range is 560 minutes.
16. Press
then press
to set the desired interval. The prompt Do you
want to save new settings? displays.
17. Press
to select Yes. Press
to save the change that youve made.
18. Press
to return to the default Main menu.
Changing the Type H Demand Current Method or Interval
1. From the default Main menu of a Type H trip unit, press (
); the Setup
menu displays.
2. Press
or
to select Metering Setup.
3. Press
; the Metering Setup menu displays.
4. Press
or
to select Current Demand.
5. Press
to display the current demand window. The default method
(Sliding Window) cannot be changed. Demand interval is selected.
6. To change the calculation method, press
to highlight the method.
7. Press
or
to change the method.
8. Press
to enter the change.
9. Press
to highlight the window type (only for Sliding Block Window
type).
10. Press
to highlight the interval time (default = 5 minutes).
11. To change the default, press
or
until the correct interval displays.
The interval range is 560 minutes.
12. Press
then press
to set the desired interval. The prompt Do you
want to save new settings? displays.
13. Press
to select Yes. Press
to save the change that youve made.
14. Press
to return to the default Main menu.

Predicted Demand

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Type P and Type H trip units calculate predicted demand for kW, kVAR, and
kVA. The predicted demand is calculated by extrapolating the present value
of demand to the end of the interval. This calculation method responds very
quickly and provides an excellent approximation of the actual demand at the
end of the interval. The predicted demand values are updated every 15
seconds.

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Figure 8 shows how a change in load can affect predicted demand.

Beginning
of interval

Demand for
last completed
interval

15-minute interval
Predicted demand if load is
added during interval,
predicted demand increases
to reflect increased demand

Partial Interval
Demand

Predicted demand if no load


is added
Time
1:00

1:06

1:15

Change in Load
Predicted demand is updated every second until the interval is complete.

Figure 8:

Peak Demands

MICROLOGIC Trip Unit Predicted Demand

Type P and Type H trip units maintain, in nonvolatile memory, a running


maximumcalled peak demandfor each demand current and demand
power value. They also store the date and time of each peak demand. In
addition to the peak demand, the trip unit stores the coinciding average
(demand) 3-phase power factor. The average 3-phase power factor is
defined as demand kW / demand kVA for the demand interval.
Peak demand values can be reset over the communications link using SMS.

Energy Readings

Type P and Type H trip units provide total accumulated energy values for
kWh, kVARh, and kVAh. The trip unit also calculates and stores in nonvolatile
memory accumulated values for real energy (kWh) and reactive energy
(kVARh) both into and out of the load. These values can be displayed on the
trip unit, or read over the communications link.
Type P and Type H trip units can accumulate energy values in one of two
modes: signed or absolute (unsigned). In signed mode, the trip unit considers
the direction of power flow, allowing the accumulated energy magnitude to
both increase and decrease. In absolute mode, the trip unit accumulates
energy as positive, regardless of the direction of power flow; in other words,
the energy value increases, even during reverse power flow. The default
accumulation mode is absolute.
Table 8 lists available accumulated energy values.
Table 8:

Type P and Type H Energy Readings

Energy Type

22

Accumulated Energy Values

Real (Signed/Absolute)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kWh

Reactive (Signed/Absolute)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kVARh

Apparent (Absolute)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kVAh

Real (In)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kWh

Real (Out)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kWh

Reactive (In)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kVARh

Reactive (Out)

0 to 9,999,999,999,999,999 kVARh

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Harmonic Readings

The Type H trip unit includes on-board harmonic analysis through the 31st
harmonic. Harmonic variables are refreshed every 30 seconds. A spectrum
can be viewed from the trip unit HMI.

Real-Time Power Quality Quantities

The Type H trip unit captures the following real-time power quality quantities:

apparent current per phase


P, Q, S per phase
P, Q, S demand per phase
power factor per phase
crest factor (I, V)
K-factor
K-factor demand
THD, thd (line-to-line for 3-wire; line-to-neutral for 4-wire)
distortion power per phase
fundamental magnitudes (I, V)
(line-to-line for 3-wire; line-to-neutral for 4-wire)

Waveform Capture

The Type H trip unit includes a 4-cycle waveform capture. This waveform
capture can be acquired automatically or manually. After you assign it to one
of the 53 metering alarms, the waveform capture is acquired when the
metering alarm is activated. To manually trigger a capture, click the Display
Waveform Plots button on the SMS main toolbar.

ADVANCED TOPICS

This section includes discussion of these advanced topics:


VAR sign and power factor sign conventions
time synchronization

Changing the VAR and Power Factor


Sign Convention

The trip unit offers two reactive power (VAR) sign conventions and three
power factor sign conventions. The trip unit allows three combinations of the
VAR sign convention and the power factor (PF) sign convention.
The IEEE sign convention, shown in Figure 9, is achieved by combining the
IEEE VAR sign convention with the IEEE power factor sign convention. The
IEEE sign convention is the default.
Reactive
Power
Quadrant
2

Quadrant
1

Watts Negative ()
VARs Positive (+)

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Positive (+)

PF Leading (+)
Reverse Power Flow

Watts Negative ()
VARs Negative ()

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Negative ()

PF Lagging ()

PF Leading (+)

Quadrant
3

Figure 9:

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Normal Power Flow

Real
Power

Quadrant
4

IEEE Sign Convention (default)

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The IEC sign convention, shown in Figure 10, is achieved by combining the
IEEE VAR sign convention with the IEC power factor sign convention.
Reactive
Power
Quadrant
2

Quadrant
1

Watts Negative ()
VARs Positive (+)

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Positive (+)

PF Leading ()

PF Lagging (+)

Reverse Power Flow

Normal Power Flow

Watts Negative ()
VARs Negative ()

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Negative ()

PF Lagging ()

PF Leading (+)

Quadrant
3

Real
Power

Quadrant
4

Figure 10: IEC Sign Convention


The third sign convention is identified as Alternate (CM2). The Alternate sign
convention allows the MICROLOGIC trip unit reactive power and power factor
data to match existing POWERLOGIC circuit monitors and power meters.
The Alternate sign convention shown in Figure 11, is achieved by combining
the Alternate (CM2) VAR sign convention with the IEEE power factor
sign convention.

Quadrant
2

Quadrant
1

Watts Negative ()
VARs Negative ()

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Negative ()
PF Lagging ()

PF Leading (+)
Reverse Power Flow

Normal Power Flow

Watts Negative ()
VARs Positive (+)

Watts Positive (+)


VARs Positive (+)

PF Lagging ()

PF Leading (+)

Quadrant
3

Real
Power

Quadrant
4
Reactive
Power

Figure 11: Alternate (CM2) Sign Convention


Changing VAR Sign Convention Within SMS
To change the VAR sign convention within SMS, use the Reset feature
(Control > Resets). Select the MICROLOGIC device type, then select the
reset for the desired sign convention. For a list of MICROLOGIC device
resets within SMS, see Table 5 on page 14.

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Changing VAR and PF Sign Conventions from the Trip Unit HMI
For the Type P and Type H trip units, you can change the VAR/PF sign
conventions from the trip unit HMI. Follow these instructions:
1. From the default Main menu of a Type P or Type H trip unit, press (
);
the Setup menu displays.
2. Press
or
to select Metering Setup.
3. Press
; the Metering Setup menu displays.
4. Press
or
to select Sign convention.
5. Press
to highlight the choices.
6. Press
to display the Sign Convention window (default = IEEE).
7. To change the default, press
or
until the correct convention
displays. Selections are IEEE, IEC, and Alternate (CM2).
8. Press
then press
to set the desired convention. The prompt Do
you want to save new settings? displays.
9. Press
to select Yes. Press
to save the change that youve made.
10. Press
Time Synchronization

to return to the default Main menu.

The MICROLOGIC trip unit system modules rely on external sources to set
and synchronize their internal clocks.
If either the SMS Alarm Log or the Trip Unit Alarm Log displays a date that is
25 years earlier than the correct date, the trip unit has lost, and then
regained, power. You do not need to take any action; SMS will reset the
date/time the next time it communicates with the trip unit.
Bit 15 of the Month/Day register for the trip unit (register 9001), BCM (register
679), and CCM (register 679) indicates that the date/time has not been set in
the module since it was last powered. To clear this bit, use one of the
following methods:
BCM and Trip Unit:
Use the MODBUS network (SMS Resets or a MODBUS master device) or the
trip unit HMI.
CCM:
Use the MODBUS network (SMS Resets or a MODBUS master device).
Instructions for using each method follow.
Setting Date/Time via SMS Resets
1. From the SMS Main menu, click Control > Resets. The Reset Device
Data dialog box displays.
2. At the Device Types field, click the type of device you want to reset
(MicroLogic Type H, MicroLogic Type A, or MicroLogic Type P). The
resets for that device type are listed in the Resets Available box at the
bottom left of the dialog box.
3. At the Devices Available field, select the specific device(s) that you want
to reset. To select a device, click the device name, then click >; or drag
and drop the device in the Devices Chosen box.
4. At the Resets Available field, select the reset(s) you want to include. To
select a reset, click the reset name, then click >; or drag and drop the
reset in the Resets Chosen box.
5. Click Reset. The message Reset Operation(s) passed displays. Click
Close to return to the SMS main window.
See Table 5 on page 14 for a list of resets that you can perform for
MICROLOGIC trip units.

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Setting Date/Time via MODBUS Master Device


Write the following values to the BCM and trip unit via the MODBUS network
(BCM address is set through and shown on the trip unit HMI).
Table 9:

BCM/Trip Unit Values for Setting Date/Time

Register

Data

7700

61541 (0xF065)

Command to set date/time

7701

Number of parameters included with the command

7702

Trip system module ID (BCM = 4, PM = 2, MM = 8)


MM = month (1-12)1, DD = day (1-31)2

7703

MM:DD

7704

YY:HH

7705

MM:SS

1. high byte

Description

YY = year (0-199)1, HH = hour (0-23)2


MM = minute (0-59)1, SS = second (0-59)2

2. low byte

Write the following values to the CCM via the MODBUS network (CCM
address is equal to the BCM address plus 50; example: BCM address = 1,
CCM address = 51).
Table 10: CCM Values for Setting Date/Time
Register

Data

Description

7700

61541 (0xF065)

7703

MM:DD

7704

YY:HH

Command to set date/time


MM = month (1-12)1, DD = day (1-31)2
YY = year (0-199)1, HH = hour (0-23)2

7705

MM:SS

MM = minute (0-59)1, SS = second (0-59)2

1. high byte

2. low byte

Changing the Date/Time via the HMI


To set the date/time in the BCM and Type P or Type H trip unit via the trip unit
HMI, follow these steps.
1. From the default Main menu of a Type P or Type H trip unit, press
the Setup menu displays.
2. Press
or
to select Micrologic setup.
3. Press
; the Micrologic setup menu displays.
4. Press
or
to select Date/time.
5. Press
; the Date/Time dialog displays.
6. Press
or
to select the Date.
7. Press
to highlight the Month.
8. Press
or
to select the two-digit month (0112).
9. Press
to highlight the Date field.
10. Press
or
to select the two-digit date (0131).
11. Press
to highlight the Year field.
12. Press
or
to select the four-digit year.
13. Press
to select the Hour.
14. Press
to highlight the Hour field.
15. Press
or
to select the two-digit hour (0124).
16. Press
to highlight the Minute field.
17. Press
or
to select the two-digit minute (0160).

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18. Press
to highlight the Second field.
19. Press
or
to select the two-digit seconds (0160).
20. When youve finished setting the date/time, press
twice to return to
the default Main menu.

TROUBLESHOOTING

If the trip unit is not communicating with SMS, follow the list below to ensure
that the equipment is properly installed and configured.

DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, BURN, OR EXPLOSION
This equipment must be installed and serviced only by qualified
personnel.
Qualified persons performing diagnostics or troubleshooting that
require electrical conductors to be energized must comply with
NFPA 70 E - Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee
Workplaces and OSHA Standards - 29 CFR Part 1910 Subpart
S - Electrical.
Carefully inspect the work area for tools and objects that may have
been left inside the equipment.
Use caution while removing or installing panels so that they do not
extend into the energized bus; avoid handling the panels, which could
cause personal injury.
Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious
injury.
1. If the trip unit and BCM are communicating in SMS, but the CCM is not
communicating, its likely that you didnt press the Address sync push
button when you set up the hardware. See Hardware Setup Checklist
on page 6 for complete instructions.
2. View the position indicator on the front panel of the circuit breaker to
ensure that the circuit breaker is in the test or connected position.
3. Referring to the drawings included with the equipment, confirm that all
equipment shipping splits are connected.
4. Confirm that 24-Vdc power sources are connected for the CCM, BCM,
and trip unit. Follow these procedures:
View the LEDs on the CCM (see steps 7 and 8 in this list for an
explanation of LED combinations)
measure the voltage on the Comms secondary on terminals E1 and E2
examine the trip unit display
5. Examine the communications cabling at the CCM and circuit breaker
secondaries; make sure the communications wires are correctly
connected (see Figure 1 on page 68 for wire color coding).
6. Check the address, baud rate, and parity of the trip unit at the HMI, in
SMS, and, if applicable, in the Ethernet Gateway. Make sure that youve
assigned the same settings in each place.

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7. View the LEDs on the CCM to be sure there is MODBUS activity on the
network and at the device. The options are:
LED Display

Condition

No LEDs

24-Vdc control power not present.

One solid green LED:

24-Vdc control power is present, but there is no traffic on the


MODBUS network.

One solid red LED:

CCM has failed its self test.

One solid green LED with


short voids:

CCM is receiving good MODBUS packets.

One solid green LED with


short red flashes:

CCM is receiving MODBUS packets with errors.

Red and green LEDs flash


intermittently:

In a mixed-mode system (POWERLOGIC and


MODBUS / Jbus devices), this is normal.

8. After pressing the Address sync push button on the CCM, or after
racking a circuit breaker into Test position, the red and green LEDs will
blink simultaneously while the system attempts to synchronize
communications parameters. This could take up to ten seconds.
Then, the LEDs will indicate the success of the process. Possible status
indications are:
Three flashes of the green LED, followed by a quick flash of the red LED:
Communications information was successfully transferred.
Three flashes of the red LED:
An error occurred in transferring communications information.

9. When a control output does not operate, consider the following causes:
non-communicating shunt trip and close coils
remote control is not enabled (must be done from the HMI)
the circuit breaker is tripped
when attempting to close, remote close is not enabled
when attempting to open, remote open is not enabled
10. If you see error 4608 in the SMS Alarm Log, one or more sub-devices are
not communicating.
The alarm information in the Alarm Log displays the trip unit device and
the words Communication Loss.
The SMS Activity Log displays in the following manner:

Figure 12: Activity Log


In this example, the error 401 entries show that communication was lost
with the trip unit and the BCM.

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APPENDIX ATYPE A STANDARD


QUANTITIES

SMS Topic Name

User Description

This is an abbreviated list of standard quantities. Use these quantities in the


Windows program Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)to set up spreadsheets,
drawings, reports, and custom tables for viewing SMS data. For a complete
list of registers, contact your local sales representative. The quantities are
listed in alphabetical order according to the SMS topic name. Unless
otherwise noted, all topics are signed integers. The table below lists the
quantities for the Type A trip unit.
Number of
Registers

Register1

Module

Units

Scale/Bitmask

810DBrkrStatus

Breaker Status

661

BCM

Bit 0; ON = closed, OFF = open

810DBrkrTripStat

Breaker Trip Unit Status

661

BCM

Bit 2 ON = tripped, OFF = not tripped

BCM_SN

BCM Serial Number

516

BCM

ASCII text

BkrPos

Breaker Position

661

CCM

Bit 8 = disconnected
Bit 9 = connected
Bit 10 = test position

DT_3Regs

Device Clock Date/Time

679

BCM

3-register date/time format2

EnableCloseBkr

Remote Closing Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 2; ON = enabled, OFF = not enabled

EnableOpenBkr

Remote Opening Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 1; ON = enabled; OFF = not enabled

EnableRemCtrl

Remote Control Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 3; ON = auto (enabled);


OFF = manual (not enabled)

IA

Current A

8821

PM

IA_PCT

Current A % Load

8837

PM

Unity

IB

Current B

8822

PM

Unity

IB_PCT

Current B % Load

8838

PM

Unity

IC

Current C

8823

PM

Unity

IC_PCT

Current C % Load

8839

PM

Unity

IG

Current G

8825

PM

Unity

IG_PCT

Current G % Load

8841

PM

Unity

IG_PCT_VIGI

Current G (VIGI) % Load

8842

PM

Hundredths

IG_VIGI

Current G (VIGI)

8826

PM

Thousandths

IMax

Current Max Present

8820

PM

Unity

IN

Current N

8824

PM

Unity

IN_PCT

Current N % Load

8840

PM

LDPUValue

Long Delay Pickup Value

8756

PM

Unity
Modulo 10,000 format3

MaxIA

Max Current A

8827

PM

Unity

MaxIB

Max Current B

8828

PM

Unity

MaxIC

Max Current C

8829

PM

Unity

MaxIG

Max Current G

8831

PM

Unity

MaxIG_VIGI

Max Current G (VIGI)

8832

PM

Thousandths

MaxIN

Max Current N

8830

PM

Unity

NominalCurrent

Breaker Nominal Current

8750

PM

Unity

ReadyToClose

Breaker Ready to Close

661

BCM

TU_BATT_PCT

Trip Unit % Battery

8843

PM

Unity

TU_SN

Trip Unit Serial Number

8700

PM

ASCII text

TUCommStatus

Trip Unit Internal Comms Status

552

BCM

Bit 11; ON = not responding, OFF = OK

1.
2.

3.

Unity

Bit 5; ON = yes, OFF = no

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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APPENDIX BTYPE P STANDARD


QUANTITIES

SMS Topic Name

User Description

This is an abbreviated list of standard quantities. You can use these


quantities in the Windows program Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)to set
up spreadsheets, drawings, reports, and custom tables for viewing SMS
data. For a complete list of registers, contact your local sales representative.
The quantities are listed in alphabetical order according to the SMS topic
name. Unless otherwise noted, all topics are signed integers. The table
below lists the quantities for the Type P trip unit.
Number of
Registers

Register1

Module

Units

Scale/Bitmask

810D_LDPU

Breaker LDPU in Progress

8862

PM

Scaling N/A

810DBrkrStatus

Breaker Status

661

BCM

Bit 0; ON = closed, OFF = open

810DBrkrTripStat

Breaker Trip Unit Status

661

BCM

Bit 2; ON = tripped; OFF = not tripped

AccumMode

Energy Accumulation Mode

3324

MM

0 = Absolute
1 = Signed

BCM_SN

BCM Serial Number

516

BCM

ASCII text

BkrPos

Breaker Position

661

CCM

Bit 8 = disconnected
Bit 9 = connected
Bit 10 = test position

CurrentDmdInt

Current/K-Factor Demand Interval

3352

MM

DT_3Regs

Device Clock Date/Time

679

BCM

DTLastTrip

D/T of Last Trip

693

BCM

DTPkIAD

D/T Peak Demand Current A

3005

MM

DTPkIBD

D/T Peak Demand Current B

3008

MM

DTPkICD

D/T Peak Demand Current C

3011

MM

DTPkIND

D/T Peak Demand Current N

3014

MM

DTPkkVAD

D/T Peak Demand Apparent Power

3023

MM

DTPkkVARD

D/T Peak Demand Reactive Power

3020

MM

DTPkkWD

D/T Peak Demand Real Power

3017

MM

DTResetEnergy

D/T Last Reset Accum. Energies

3038

MM

DTResetMinMax

D/T Last Reset Min/Max

9010

PM

Minutes

Unity
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2
3-register date/time format2

DTResetPkID

D/T Last Reset Peak Dmd Currents

3026

MM

3-register date/time format2


3-register date/time format2

DTResetPkkWD

D/T Last Reset Peak Dmd Power

3029

MM

3-register date/time format2

EnableCloseBkr

Remote Closing Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 2; ON = enabled; OFF = not enabled

EnableOpenBkr

Remote Opening Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 1; ON = enabled; OFF = not enabled

EnableRemCtrl

Remote Control Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 3; ON = auto (enabled);


OFF = manual (not enabled)

GFAlarmStatus

GF Alarm Status

8860

PM

Bit 0; ON = active; OFF = inactive

GFPreAlarmStatus

GF Alarm Pre-Alarm Status

8864

PM

Hz

Frequency

1054

MM

Hz

Bit 0; ON = active; OFF = inactive

IA

Current A

1016

MM

Unity

IA_PCT

Current A % Load

8837

PM

Unity

Tenths

IAD

Demand Current A

2200

MM

Unity

IAvg

Current Avg

1027

MM

Unity

IB

Current B

1017

MM

Unity

IB_PCT

Current B % Load

8838

PM

Unity

1.
2.

3.
4.

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Module

2201

MM

Current C

1018

MM

Unity

IC_PCT

Current C % Load

8839

PM

Unity

ICD

Demand Current C

2202

MM

IDCalcMeth

Current Demand Calculation Method

3351

MM

IG

Current G

1021

MM

Unity

IG_PCT

Current G % Load

8841

PM

Unity

IG_PCT_VIGI

Current G (VIGI) % Load

8842

PM

Hundredths

IG_VIGI

Current G (VIGI)

8826

PM

Thousandths

SMS Topic Name

User Description

IBD

Demand Current B

IC

Units

Scale/Bitmask
Unity

Unity
0 = Sliding
1 = Thermal

IMax

Current Max Present

1020

MM

Unity

IN

Current N

1019

MM

Unity

IN_PCT

Current N % Load

8840

PM

Unity

IND

Demand Current N

2203

MM

Unity

IUnbalA

Current Unbalance A

1028

MM

IUnbalAlrm

Current Unbalance Alarm Status

8859

PM

IUnbalB

Current Unbalance B

1029

MM

Tenths

IUnbalC

Current Unbalance C

1030

MM

Tenths

IUnbalPreAlrm

Current Unbalance Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

IUnbalW

Current Unbalance Worst

1032

MM

Tenths

kVAA

Apparent Power A

1042

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAB

Apparent Power B

1043

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAC

Apparent Power C

1044

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAD

Demand Apparent Power (KVAD)

2236

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAD_PkkVARD

KVA Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVAR Dmd

2235

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAD_PkkWD

KVA Dmd Coincident w/Peak KW Dmd

2229

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAHr

Apparent Energy

2024

MM

kVAH

Modulo 10,000 format3

kVARA

Reactive Power A

1038

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARB

Reactive Power B

1039

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARC

Reactive Power C

1040

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARD

Demand Reactive Power (KVARD)

2230

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARD_PkkVAD

KVAR Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVA Dmd

2241

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARD_PkkWD

KVAR Dmd Coincident w/Peak KW Dmd

2228

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARHr

Reactive Energy

2004

MM

kVARH

kVARHr_I

Reactive Energy Into the Load

2016

MM

kVARH

Modulo 10,000 format3


Modulo 10,000 format3

kVARHr_O

Reactive Energy Out of the Load

2020

MM

kVARH

Modulo 10,000 format3

kVARTtl

Reactive Power Total

1041

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVATtl

Apparent Power Total

1045

MM

kVA

Unity

kWA

Real Power A

1034

MM

kW

Unity

kWB

Real Power B

1035

MM

kW

Unity

kWC

Real Power C

1036

MM

kW

Unity

kWD

Demand Real Power (KWD)

2224

MM

kW

Unity

1.
2.

3.
4.

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Bit 0; ON = active; OFF = inactive

Bit 0; ON = active, OFF = inactive

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix BType P Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

Number of
Registers

Register1

Module

2240

MM

kW

KW Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVAR Dmd

2234

MM

kW

Unity

kWHr

Real Energy

2000

MM

kWH

kWHr_I

Real Energy Into the Load

2008

MM

kWH

Modulo 10,000 format3


Modulo 10,000 format3

kWHr_O

Real Energy Out of the Load

2012

MM

kWH

Modulo 10,000 format3

SMS Topic Name

User Description

kWD_PkkVAD

KW Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVA Dmd

kWD_PkkVARD

Units

Scale/Bitmask
Unity

kWTtl

Real Power Total

1037

MM

kW

Unity

LDPUValue

Long Delay Pickup Value

8756

PM

Modulo 10,000 format3

LSCurrAlrm

Load Shed Current Alarm Status

8859

PM

LSCurrPreAlrm

Load Shed Current Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 13; ON = active; OFF = inactive


Bit 13; ON = active; OFF = inactive

LSPwrAlrm

Load Shed Power Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 14; ON = active; OFF = inactive

LSPwrPreAlrm

Load Shed Power Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 14; ON = active; OFF = inactive


Bit 0; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR1Status

Relay Module R1 Status

8857

PM

M2C_M6CR2Status

Relay Module R2 Status

8857

PM

Bit 1; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR3Status

Relay Module R3 Status

8857

PM

Bit 2; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR4Status

Relay Module R4 Status

8857

PM

Bit 3; ON = on; OFF = off


Bit 4; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR5Status

Relay Module R5 Status

8857

PM

M2C_M6CR6Status

Relay Module R6 Status

8857

PM

MaxHz

Max Frequency

1654

MM

Hz

Tenths

MaxIA

Max Current A

1616

MM

Unity
Unity

Bit 5; ON = on; OFF = off

MaxIAvg

Max Current Avg

1627

MM

MaxIB

Max Current B

1617

MM

Unity

MaxIC

Max Current C

1618

MM

Unity

MaxIG

Max Current G

8831

PM

Unity
Thousandths

MaxIG_VIGI

Max Current G (VIGI)

8832

PM

MaxIN

Max Current N

1619

MM

Unity

MaxIUnbalA

Max Current Unbalance A

1628

MM

Tenths

MaxIUnbalB

Max Current Unbalance B

1629

MM

Tenths
Tenths

MaxIUnbalC

Max Current Unbalance C

1630

MM

MaxIUnbalW

Max Current Unbalance Worst

1632

MM

Tenths

MaxkVAA

Max Apparent Power A

1642

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxkVAB

Max Apparent Power B

1643

MM

kVA

Unity
Unity

MaxkVAC

Max Apparent Power C

1644

MM

kVA

MaxkVARA

Max Reactive Power A

1638

MM

kVAR

Unity

MaxkVARB

Max Reactive Power B

1639

MM

kVAR

Unity

MaxkVARC

Max Reactive Power C

1640

MM

kVAR

Unity
Unity

MaxkVARTtl

Max Reactive Power Total

1641

MM

kVAR

MaxkVATtl

Max Apparent Power Total

1645

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxkWA

Max Real Power A

1634

MM

kW

Unity

MaxkWB

Max Real Power B

1635

MM

kW

Unity

MaxkWC

Max Real Power C

1636

MM

kW

Unity

MaxkWTtl

Max Real Power Total

1637

MM

kW

MaxPFA

Max Power Factor A

1646

MM

Unity
PF format4

1.
2.

3.
4.

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Number of
Registers

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Register1

Module

1647

MM

Max Power Factor C

1648

MM

Scale/Bitmask
PF format4
PF format4

Max Power Factor Total

1649

MM

PF format4

SMS Topic Name

User Description

MaxPFB

Max Power Factor B

MaxPFC
MaxPFTtl

Units

MaxVAB

Max Voltage A-B

1600

MM

MaxVAN

Max Voltage A-N

1603

MM

Unity
Unity

MaxVBC

Max Voltage B-C

1601

MM

Unity

MaxVBN

Max Voltage B-N

1604

MM

Unity
Unity

MaxVCA

Max Voltage C-A

1602

MM

MaxVCN

Max Voltage C-N

1605

MM

Unity

MaxVLLAvg

Max Voltage L-L Avg

1606

MM

Unity

MaxVLNAvg

Max Voltage L-N Avg

1607

MM

Unity
Tenths

MaxVUnbalAB

Max Voltage Unbalance A-B

1608

MM

MaxVUnbalAN

Max Voltage Unbalance A-N

1611

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalBC

Max Voltage Unbalance B-C

1609

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalBN

Max Voltage Unbalance B-N

1612

MM

Tenths
Tenths

MaxVUnbalCA

Max Voltage Unbalance C-A

1610

MM

MaxVUnbalCN

Max Voltage Unbalance C-N

1613

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalLLW

Max Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst

1614

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalLNW

Max Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst

1615

MM

Tenths
Tenths

MinHz

Min Frequency

1354

MM

Hz

MinIA

Min Current A

1316

MM

Unity

MinIAvg

Min Current Avg

1327

MM

Unity

MinIB

Min Current B

1317

MM

Unity
Unity

MinIC

Min Current C

1318

MM

MinIN

Min Current N

1319

MM

Unity

MinIUnbalA

Min Current Unbalance A

1328

MM

Tenths

MinIUnbalB

Min Current Unbalance B

1329

MM

Tenths
Tenths

MinIUnbalC

Min Current Unbalance C

1330

MM

MinIUnbalW

Min Current Unbalance Worst

1332

MM

Tenths

MinkVAA

Min Apparent Power A

1342

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkVAB

Min Apparent Power B

1343

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkVAC

Min Apparent Power C

1344

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkVARA

Min Reactive Power A

1338

MM

kVAR

Unity

MinkVARB

Min Reactive Power B

1339

MM

kVAR

Unity

MinkVARC

Min Reactive Power C

1340

MM

kVAR

Unity
Unity

MinkVARTtl

Min Reactive Power Total

1341

MM

kVAR

MinkVATtl

Min Apparent Power Total

1345

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkWA

Min Real Power A

1334

MM

kW

Unity

MinkWB

Min Real Power B

1335

MM

kW

Unity

MinkWC

Min Real Power C

1336

MM

kW

Unity

MinkWTtl

Min Real Power Total

1337

MM

kW

MinPFA

Min Power Factor A

1346

MM

Unity
PF format4

1.
2.

3.
4.

34

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix BType P Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

Number of
Registers

Register1

Module

1347

MM

Min Power Factor C

1348

MM

Min Power Factor Total

1349

MM

SMS Topic Name

User Description

MinPFB

Min Power Factor B

MinPFC
MinPFTtl

Units

Scale/Bitmask
PF format4
PF format4
PF format4

MinVAB

Min Voltage A-B

1300

MM

MinVAN

Min Voltage A-N

1303

MM

Unity
Unity

MinVBC

Min Voltage B-C

1301

MM

Unity

MinVBN

Min Voltage B-N

1304

MM

Unity
Unity

MinVCA

Min Voltage C-A

1302

MM

MinVCN

Min Voltage C-N

1305

MM

Unity

MinVLLAvg

Min Voltage L-L Avg

1306

MM

Unity

MinVLNAvg

Min Voltage L-N Avg

1307

MM

Unity

MinVUnbalAB

Min Voltage Unbalance A-B

1308

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalAN

Min Voltage Unbalance A-N

1311

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalBC

Min Voltage Unbalance B-C

1309

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalBN

Min Voltage Unbalance B-N

1312

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalCA

Min Voltage Unbalance C-A

1310

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalCN

Min Voltage Unbalance C-N

1313

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalLLW

Min Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst

1314

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalLNW

Min Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst

1315

MM

Tenths

Unity

NominalCurrent

Breaker Nominal Current

8750

PM

OverFreqAlrm

Over Frequency Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 11; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverFreqPreAlrm

Over Frequency Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 11; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverIAAlrm

Over IA Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 1; ON = active, OFF = inactive


Bit 1; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverIAPreAlrm

Over IA Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

OverIBAlrm

Over IB Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 2; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverIBPreAlrm

Over IB Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 2; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverICAlrm

Over IC Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 3; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverICPreAlrm

Over IC Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 3; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverINAlrm

Over IN Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 4; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverINPreAlrm

Over IN Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 4; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverVoltAlrm

Over Voltage Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 6; ON = active, OFF = inactive


Bit 6; ON = active, OFF = inactive
PF format4

OverVoltPreAlrm

Over Voltage Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

PF_PkkVAD

PF Coincident w/Peak KVA Demand

2239

MM

PF_PkkVARD

PF Coincident w/Peak KVAR Demand

2233

MM

PF_PkkWD

PF Coincident w/Peak KW Demand

2227

MM

PFA

Power Factor A

1046

MM

PF format4
PF format4

PFB

Power Factor B

1047

MM

PF format4
PF format4

PFC

Power Factor C

1048

MM

PF format4

PFSignConv

Power Factor Sign Convention

3318

MM

PFTtl

Power Factor Total

1049

MM

0 = IEC
1 = Alternate (CMI)
2 = IEEE
PF format4

1.
2.

3.
4.

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Number of
Registers

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Register1

Module

8859

PM

Peak Demand Current A

2204

MM

Unity

Peak Demand Current B

2205

MM

Unity
Unity

SMS Topic Name

User Description

PhaRotAlrm

Phase Rotation Alarm Status

PkIAD
PkIBD

Units

Scale/Bitmask
Bit 12; ON = active, OFF = inactive

PkICD

Peak Demand Current C

2206

MM

PkIND

Peak Demand Current N

2207

MM

Unity

PkkVAD

Peak Demand Apparent Power (KVAD)

2237

MM

kVA

Unity

PkkVARD

Peak Demand Reactive Power (KVARD)

2231

MM

kVAR

Unity
Unity

PkkWD

Peak Demand Real Power (KWD)

2225

MM

kW

PowerDmdInt

Power Demand Interval

3355

MM

Minutes

Unity

PredkVAD

Predicted KVA Demand

2238

MM

kVA

Unity

PredkVARD

Predicted KVAR Demand

2232

MM

kVAR

Unity

kW

Unity

PredkWD

Predicted KW Demand

2226

MM

PwrDmdMethod

Power Demand Method

3354

MM

0 = Sliding
1 = Thermal
2 = Block
5 = Sync to Comms

PwrFlowDirMet

Power Flow Direction - Metering

3316

MM

0 = Bottom Fed
1 = Top Fed

R1OpsCounter

Relay 1 Operations Counter

9081

PM

Unity
Unity

R2OpsCounter

Relay 2 Operations Counter

9082

PM

R3OpsCounter

Relay 3 Operations Counter

9083

PM

Unity

R4OpsCounter

Relay 4 Operations Counter

9084

PM

Unity

R5OpsCounter

Relay 5 Operations Counter

9085

PM

Unity

R6OpsCounter

Relay 6 Operations Counter

9086

PM

Unity

ReadyToClose

Breaker Ready to Close

661

BCM

Bit 5; ON = yes, OFF = no

RevPwrAlrm

Reverse Power Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 9; ON = active; OFF = inactive

RevPwrPreAlrm

Reverse Power Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 9; ON = active; OFF = inactive

System Type

System Type

3314

MM

TimeToTrip

Time Remaining to LT Trip

8865

PM

System 31 = 3-phase, 3-wire, 3CT


System 40 = 3-phase, 4-wire, 3CT
System 41 = 3-phase, 4-wire, 4 CT
Seconds Tenths, Modulo 10,000 format3

TU_BATT_PCT

Trip Unit % Battery

8843

PM

TU_SN

Trip Unit Serial Number

8700

PM

ASCII text
Bit 11; ON = not responding; OFF = OK

Unity

TUCommStatus

Trip Unit Internal Comms Status

552

BCM

UnderFreqAlrm

Under Frequency Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 10; ON = active; OFF = inactive

UnderFreqPreAlrm

Under Frequency Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 10; ON = active; OFF = inactive

UnderVoltAlrm

Under Voltage Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 5; ON = active; OFF = inactive

UnderVoltPreAlrm

Under Voltage Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

VAB

Voltage A-B

1000

MM

Unity

VAN

Voltage A-N

1003

MM

Unity

VARSignConv

VAR (Reactive Power) Sign Convention

3317

MM

VBC

Voltage B-C

1001

MM

Unity

VBN

Voltage B-N

1004

MM

Unity

1.
2.

3.
4.

36

Bit 5; ON = active; OFF = inactive

0 = Alternate (CMI)
1 = IEEE/IEC

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix BType P Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

Number of
Registers

Register1

Module

1002

MM

Voltage C-N

1005

MM

VigiAlarm

Vigi Alarm Status

8860

PM

VigiPreAlrm

Vigi Pre-Alarm Status

8864

PM

VLLAvg

Voltage L-L Avg

1006

MM

VLNAvg

Voltage L-N Avg

1007

MM

Unity

VUnbalAB

Voltage Unbalance A-B

1008

MM

Tenths

Tenths

SMS Topic Name

User Description

VCA

Voltage C-A

VCN

Units

Scale/Bitmask
Unity
Unity
Bit 1; ON = active; OFF = inactive
Bit 1; ON = active; OFF = inactive
Unity

VUnbalAlrm

Voltage Unbalance Alarm Status

8859

PM

VUnbalAN

Voltage Unbalance A-N

1011

MM

VUnbalBC

Voltage Unbalance B-C

1009

MM

Tenths

VUnbalBN

Voltage Unbalance B-N

1012

MM

Tenths

VUnbalCA

Voltage Unbalance C-A

1010

MM

Tenths

VUnbalCN

Voltage Unbalance C-N

1013

MM

Tenths

VUnbalLLW

Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst

1014

MM

Tenths

VUnbalLNW

Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst

1015

MM

Tenths

VUnbalPreAlrm

Voltage Unbalance Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

1.
2.

3.
4.

Bit 7; ON = active, OFF = inactive

Bit 7; ON = active, OFF = inactive

For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format:
register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

APPENDIX CTYPE H STANDARD


QUANTITIES

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

This is an abbreviated list of standard quantities. You can use these


quantities in the Windows program Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE)to set
up spreadsheets, drawings, reports, and custom tables for viewing SMS
data. For a complete list of registers, contact your local sales representative.
The quantities are listed in alphabetical order according to the SMS topic
name. Unless otherwise noted, all topics are signed integers. The table
below lists the quantities for the Type H trip unit.
Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

810D_LDPU

Breaker LDPU in Progress

8862

PM

Scaling N/A

810DBrkrStatus

Breaker Status

661

BCM

Bit 0; ON = closed; OFF = open

810DBrkrTripStat

Breaker Trip Unit Status

661

BCM

Bit 2; ON = tripped; OFF = not tripped

AccumMode

Energy Accumulation Mode

3324

MM

0 = Absolute
1 = Signed

BCM_SN

BCM Serial Number

516

BCM

ASCII text

BkrPos

Breaker Position

661

CCM

Bit 8 = disconnected
Bit 9 = connected
Bit 10 = test position

CFVAB

Crest Factor Voltage A-B

1119

MM

Hundredths

CFVAN

Crest Factor Voltage A-N

1122

MM

Hundredths

CFVBC

Crest Factor Voltage B-C

1120

MM

Hundredths

CFVBN

Crest Factor Voltage B-N

1123

MM

Hundredths

CFVCA

Crest Factor Voltage C-A

1121

MM

Hundredths

CFVCN

Crest Factor Voltage C-N

1124

MM

Hundredths

CurrentDmdInt

Current/K-Factor Demand Interval

3352

MM

DT_3Regs

Device Clock Date/Time

679

BCM

DTLastTrip

D/T of Last Trip

693

BCM

DTPkIAD

D/T Peak Demand Current A

3005

MM

DTPkIBD

D/T Peak Demand Current B

3008

MM

DTPkICD

D/T Peak Demand Current C

3011

MM

DTPkIND

D/T Peak Demand Current N

3014

MM

DTPkKFDA

D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak A

3041

MM

DTPkKFDB

D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak B

3044

MM

DTPkKFDC

D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak C

3047

MM

DTPkKFDN

D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak N

3050

MM

DTPkkVAD

D/T Peak Demand Apparent Power

3023

MM

DTPkkVARD

D/T Peak Demand Reactive Power

3020

MM

DTPkkWD

D/T Peak Demand Real Power

3017

MM

DTResetEnergy

D/T Last Reset Accum. Energies

3038

MM

DTResetMinMax

D/T Last Reset Min/Max

3032

MM

DTResetPkID

D/T Last Reset Peak Dmd Currents

3026

MM

3-register date/time format3


3-register date/time format3

DTResetPkkWD

D/T Last Reset Peak Dmd Power

3029

MM

3-register date/time format3

EnableCloseBkr

Remote Closing Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 2; ON = enabled, OFF = not enabled

EnableOpenBkr

Remote Opening Enabled

669

BCM

Bit 1; ON = enabled; OFF = not enabled

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Minutes

Unity
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3
3-register date/time format3

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

EnableRemCtrl

Remote Control Enabled

669

BCM

Units

Scale
Bit 3; ON = auto (enabled);
OFF = manual (not enabled)

fkVAA

Fundamental Apparent Power A

1084

MM

kVA

Unity

fkVAB

Fundamental Apparent Power B

1085

MM

kVA

Unity

fkVAC

Fundamental Apparent Power C

1086

MM

kVA

Unity

fkVATtl

Fundamental Apparent Power Total

1087

MM

kVA

Unity

fVAngA

Fundamental Voltage Ang A-B/A-N

1133

MM

Deg

Tenths

fVAngB

Fundamental Voltage Ang B-C/B-N

1134

MM

Deg

Tenths

Deg

Tenths

fVAngC

Fundamental Voltage Ang C-A/C-N

1135

MM

GFAlarmStatus

GF Alarm Status

8860

PM

Bit 0; ON = active; OFF = inactive

GFPreAlarmStatus

GF Alarm Pre-Alarm Status

8864

PM

Bit 0; ON = active; OFF = inactive

H10IA_Ang

H10 Current A Angle

4656

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10IA_Mag

H10 Current A Magnitude

4506

MM

Hundredths

H10IB_Ang

H10 Current B Angle

4657

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10IB_Mag

H10 Current B Magnitude

4507

MM

Hundredths

H10IC_Ang

H10 Current C Angle

4658

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10IC_Mag

H10 Current C Magnitude

4508

MM

Hundredths

H10IN_Ang

H10 Current N Angle

4659

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10IN_Mag

H10 Current N Magnitude

4509

MM

Hundredths

H10VAB_Ang

H10 Voltage A-B Angle

4574

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10VAB_Mag

H10 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4424

MM

Hundredths

H10VAN_Ang

H10 Voltage A-N Angle

4577

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10VAN_Mag

H10 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4427

MM

Hundredths

H10VBC_Ang

H10 Voltage B-C Angle

4575

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10VBC_Mag

H10 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4425

MM

Hundredths

H10VBN_Ang

H10 Voltage B-N Angle

4578

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10VBN_Mag

H10 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4428

MM

Hundredths

H10VCA_Ang

H10 Voltage C-A Angle

4576

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10VCA_Mag

H10 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4426

MM

Hundredths

H10VCN_Ang

H10 Voltage C-N Angle

4579

MM

Deg

Tenths

H10VCN_Mag

H10 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4429

MM

Hundredths

H11IA_Ang

H11 Current A Angle

4356

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11IA_Mag

H11 Current A Magnitude

4206

MM

Hundredths

H11IB_Ang

H11 Current B Angle

4357

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11IB_Mag

H11 Current B Magnitude

4207

MM

Hundredths

H11IC_Ang

H11 Current C Angle

4358

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11IC_Mag

H11 Current C Magnitude

4208

MM

Hundredths

H11IN_Ang

H11 Current N Angle

4359

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11IN_Mag

H11 Current N Magnitude

4209

MM

Hundredths

H11VAB_Ang

H11 Voltage A-B Angle

4274

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11VAB_Mag

H11 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4124

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

40

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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August 2002

Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

H11VAN_Ang

H11 Voltage A-N Angle

4277

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11VAN_Mag

H11 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4127

MM

Hundredths

H11VBC_Ang

H11 Voltage B-C Angle

4275

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11VBC_Mag

H11 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4125

MM

Hundredths

H11VBN_Ang

H11 Voltage B-N Angle

4278

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11VBN_Mag

H11 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4128

MM

Hundredths

H11VCA_Ang

H11 Voltage C-A Angle

4276

MM

Deg

Tenths

Scale

H11VCA_Mag

H11 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4126

MM

Hundredths

H11VCN_Ang

H11 Voltage C-N Angle

4279

MM

Deg

Tenths

H11VCN_Mag

H11 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4129

MM

Hundredths

H12IA_Ang

H12 Current A Angle

4660

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12IA_Mag

H12 Current A Magnitude

4510

MM

Hundredths

H12IB_Ang

H12 Current B Angle

4661

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12IB_Mag

H12 Current B Magnitude

4511

MM

Hundredths

H12IC_Ang

H12 Current C Angle

4662

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12IC_Mag

H12 Current C Magnitude

4512

MM

Hundredths

H12IN_Ang

H12 Current N Angle

4663

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12IN_Mag

H12 Current N Magnitude

4513

MM

Hundredths

H12VAB_Ang

H12 Voltage A-B Angle

4580

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12VAB_Mag

H12 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4430

MM

Hundredths

H12VAN_Ang

H12 Voltage A-N Angle

4583

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12VAN_Mag

H12 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4433

MM

Hundredths

H12VBC_Ang

H12 Voltage B-C Angle

4581

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12VBC_Mag

H12 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4431

MM

Hundredths

H12VBN_Ang

H12 Voltage B-N Angle

4584

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12VBN_Mag

H12 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4434

MM

Hundredths

H12VCA_Ang

H12 Voltage C-A Angle

4582

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12VCA_Mag

H12 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4432

MM

Hundredths

H12VCN_Ang

H12 Voltage C-N Angle

4585

MM

Deg

Tenths

H12VCN_Mag

H12 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4435

MM

Hundredths

H13IA_Ang

H13 Current A Angle

4360

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13IA_Mag

H13 Current A Magnitude

4210

MM

Hundredths

H13IB_Ang

H13 Current B Angle

4361

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13IB_Mag

H13 Current B Magnitude

4211

MM

Hundredths

H13IC_Ang

H13 Current C Angle

4362

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13IC_Mag

H13 Current C Magnitude

4212

MM

Hundredths

H13IN_Ang

H13 Current N Angle

4363

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13IN_Mag

H13 Current N Magnitude

4213

MM

Hundredths

H13VAB_Ang

H13 Voltage A-B Angle

4280

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13VAB_Mag

H13 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4130

MM

Hundredths

H13VAN_Ang

H13 Voltage A-N Angle

4283

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H13VAN_Mag

H13 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4133

MM

Hundredths

H13VBC_Ang

H13 Voltage B-C Angle

4281

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13VBC_Mag

H13 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4131

MM

Hundredths

H13VBN_Ang

H13 Voltage B-N Angle

4284

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13VBN_Mag

H13 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4134

MM

Hundredths

H13VCA_Ang

H13 Voltage C-A Angle

4282

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13VCA_Mag

H13 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4132

MM

Hundredths

H13VCN_Ang

H13 Voltage C-N Angle

4285

MM

Deg

Tenths

H13VCN_Mag

H13 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4135

MM

Hundredths

H14IA_Ang

H14 Current A Angle

4664

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14IA_Mag

H14 Current A Magnitude

4514

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H14IB_Ang

H14 Current B Angle

4665

MM

Deg

H14IB_Mag

H14 Current B Magnitude

4515

MM

Hundredths

H14IC_Ang

H14 Current C Angle

4666

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14IC_Mag

H14 Current C Magnitude

4516

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H14IN_Ang

H14 Current N Angle

4667

MM

Deg

H14IN_Mag

H14 Current N Magnitude

4517

MM

Hundredths

H14VAB_Ang

H14 Voltage A-B Angle

4586

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14VAB_Mag

H14 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4436

MM

Hundredths

H14VAN_Ang

H14 Voltage A-N Angle

4589

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14VAN_Mag

H14 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4439

MM

Hundredths

H14VBC_Ang

H14 Voltage B-C Angle

4587

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14VBC_Mag

H14 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4437

MM

Hundredths

H14VBN_Ang

H14 Voltage B-N Angle

4590

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14VBN_Mag

H14 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4440

MM

Hundredths

H14VCA_Ang

H14 Voltage C-A Angle

4588

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14VCA_Mag

H14 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4438

MM

Hundredths

H14VCN_Ang

H14 Voltage C-N Angle

4591

MM

Deg

Tenths

H14VCN_Mag

H14 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4441

MM

Hundredths

H15IA_Ang

H15 Current A Angle

4364

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15IA_Mag

H15 Current A Magnitude

4214

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H15IB_Ang

H15 Current B Angle

4365

MM

Deg

H15IB_Mag

H15 Current B Magnitude

4215

MM

Hundredths

H15IC_Ang

H15 Current C Angle

4366

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15IC_Mag

H15 Current C Magnitude

4216

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H15IN_Ang

H15 Current N Angle

4367

MM

Deg

H15IN_Mag

H15 Current N Magnitude

4217

MM

Hundredths

H15VAB_Ang

H15 Voltage A-B Angle

4286

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15VAB_Mag

H15 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4136

MM

Hundredths

H15VAN_Ang

H15 Voltage A-N Angle

4289

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15VAN_Mag

H15 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4139

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

42

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

2002 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

H15VBC_Ang

H15 Voltage B-C Angle

4287

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15VBC_Mag

H15 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4137

MM

Hundredths

H15VBN_Ang

H15 Voltage B-N Angle

4290

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15VBN_Mag

H15 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4140

MM

Hundredths

H15VCA_Ang

H15 Voltage C-A Angle

4288

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15VCA_Mag

H15 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4138

MM

Hundredths

H15VCN_Ang

H15 Voltage C-N Angle

4291

MM

Deg

Tenths

H15VCN_Mag

H15 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4141

MM

Hundredths

H16IA_Ang

H16 Current A Angle

4668

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16IA_Mag

H16 Current A Magnitude

4518

MM

Hundredths

H16IB_Ang

H16 Current B Angle

4669

MM

Deg

Tenths

Scale

H16IB_Mag

H16 Current B Magnitude

4519

MM

Hundredths

H16IC_Ang

H16 Current C Angle

4670

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16IC_Mag

H16 Current C Magnitude

4520

MM

Hundredths

H16IN_Ang

H16 Current N Angle

4671

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16IN_Mag

H16 Current N Magnitude

4521

MM

Hundredths

H16VAB_Ang

H16 Voltage A-B Angle

4592

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16VAB_Mag

H16 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4442

MM

Hundredths

H16VAN_Ang

H16 Voltage A-N Angle

4595

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16VAN_Mag

H16 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4445

MM

Hundredths

H16VBC_Ang

H16 Voltage B-C Angle

4593

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16VBC_Mag

H16 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4443

MM

Hundredths

H16VBN_Ang

H16 Voltage B-N Angle

4596

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16VBN_Mag

H16 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4446

MM

Hundredths

H16VCA_Ang

H16 Voltage C-A Angle

4594

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16VCA_Mag

H16 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4444

MM

Hundredths

H16VCN_Ang

H16 Voltage C-N Angle

4597

MM

Deg

Tenths

H16VCN_Mag

H16 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4447

MM

Hundredths

H17IA_Ang

H17 Current A Angle

4368

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17IA_Mag

H17 Current A Magnitude

4218

MM

Hundredths

H17IB_Ang

H17 Current B Angle

4369

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17IB_Mag

H17 Current B Magnitude

4219

MM

Hundredths

H17IC_Ang

H17 Current C Angle

4370

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17IC_Mag

H17 Current C Magnitude

4220

MM

Hundredths

H17IN_Ang

H17 Current N Angle

4371

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17IN_Mag

H17 Current N Magnitude

4221

MM

Hundredths

H17VAB_Ang

H17 Voltage A-B Angle

4292

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17VAB_Mag

H17 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4142

MM

Hundredths

H17VAN_Ang

H17 Voltage A-N Angle

4295

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17VAN_Mag

H17 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4145

MM

Hundredths

H17VBC_Ang

H17 Voltage B-C Angle

4293

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H17VBC_Mag

H17 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4143

MM

Hundredths

H17VBN_Ang

H17 Voltage B-N Angle

4296

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17VBN_Mag

H17 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4146

MM

Hundredths

H17VCA_Ang

H17 Voltage C-A Angle

4294

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17VCA_Mag

H17 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4144

MM

Hundredths

H17VCN_Ang

H17 Voltage C-N Angle

4297

MM

Deg

Tenths

H17VCN_Mag

H17 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4147

MM

Hundredths

H18IA_Ang

H18 Current A Angle

4672

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18IA_Mag

H18 Current A Magnitude

4522

MM

Hundredths

H18IB_Ang

H18 Current B Angle

4673

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18IB_Mag

H18 Current B Magnitude

4523

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H18IC_Ang

H18 Current C Angle

4674

MM

Deg

H18IC_Mag

H18 Current C Magnitude

4524

MM

Hundredths

H18IN_Ang

H18 Current N Angle

4675

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18IN_Mag

H18 Current N Magnitude

4525

MM

Hundredths

H18VAB_Ang

H18 Voltage A-B Angle

4598

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18VAB_Mag

H18 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4448

MM

Hundredths

H18VAN_Ang

H18 Voltage A-N Angle

4601

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18VAN_Mag

H18 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4451

MM

Hundredths

H18VBC_Ang

H18 Voltage B-C Angle

4599

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18VBC_Mag

H18 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4449

MM

Hundredths

H18VBN_Ang

H18 Voltage B-N Angle

4602

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18VBN_Mag

H18 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4452

MM

Hundredths

H18VCA_Ang

H18 Voltage C-A Angle

4600

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18VCA_Mag

H18 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4450

MM

Hundredths

H18VCN_Ang

H18 Voltage C-N Angle

4603

MM

Deg

Tenths

H18VCN_Mag

H18 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4453

MM

Hundredths

H19IA_Ang

H19 Current A Angle

4372

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19IA_Mag

H19 Current A Magnitude

4222

MM

Hundredths

H19IB_Ang

H19 Current B Angle

4373

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19IB_Mag

H19 Current B Magnitude

4223

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H19IC_Ang

H19 Current C Angle

4374

MM

Deg

H19IC_Mag

H19 Current C Magnitude

4224

MM

Hundredths

H19IN_Ang

H19 Current N Angle

4375

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19IN_Mag

H19 Current N Magnitude

4225

MM

Hundredths

H19VAB_Ang

H19 Voltage A-B Angle

4298

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19VAB_Mag

H19 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4148

MM

Hundredths

H19VAN_Ang

H19 Voltage A-N Angle

4301

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19VAN_Mag

H19 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4151

MM

Hundredths

H19VBC_Ang

H19 Voltage B-C Angle

4299

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19VBC_Mag

H19 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4149

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

44

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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August 2002

Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

H19VBN_Ang

H19 Voltage B-N Angle

4302

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19VBN_Mag

H19 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4152

MM

Hundredths

H19VCA_Ang

H19 Voltage C-A Angle

4300

MM

Deg

Tenths

Scale

H19VCA_Mag

H19 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4150

MM

Hundredths

H19VCN_Ang

H19 Voltage C-N Angle

4303

MM

Deg

Tenths

H19VCN_Mag

H19 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4153

MM

Hundredths

H20IA_Ang

H20 Current A Angle

4676

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20IA_Mag

H20 Current A Magnitude

4526

MM

Hundredths

H20IB_Ang

H20 Current B Angle

4677

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20IB_Mag

H20 Current B Magnitude

4527

MM

Hundredths

H20IC_Ang

H20 Current C Angle

4678

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20IC_Mag

H20 Current C Magnitude

4528

MM

Hundredths

H20IN_Ang

H20 Current N Angle

4679

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20IN_Mag

H20 Current N Magnitude

4529

MM

Hundredths

H20VAB_Ang

H20 Voltage A-B Angle

4604

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20VAB_Mag

H20 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4454

MM

Hundredths

H20VAN_Ang

H20 Voltage A-N Angle

4607

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20VAN_Mag

H20 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4457

MM

Hundredths

H20VBC_Ang

H20 Voltage B-C Angle

4605

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20VBC_Mag

H20 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4455

MM

Hundredths

H20VBN_Ang

H20 Voltage B-N Angle

4608

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20VBN_Mag

H20 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4458

MM

Hundredths

H20VCA_Ang

H20 Voltage C-A Angle

4606

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20VCA_Mag

H20 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4456

MM

Hundredths

H20VCN_Ang

H20 Voltage C-N Angle

4609

MM

Deg

Tenths

H20VCN_Mag

H20 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4459

MM

Hundredths

H21IA_Ang

H21 Current A Angle

4376

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21IA_Mag

H21 Current A Magnitude

4226

MM

Hundredths

H21IB_Ang

H21 Current B Angle

4377

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21IB_Mag

H21 Current B Magnitude

4227

MM

Hundredths

H21IC_Ang

H21 Current C Angle

4378

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21IC_Mag

H21 Current C Magnitude

4228

MM

Hundredths

H21IN_Ang

H21 Current N Angle

4379

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21IN_Mag

H21 Current N Magnitude

4229

MM

Hundredths

H21VAB_Ang

H21 Voltage A-B Angle

4304

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21VAB_Mag

H21 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4154

MM

Hundredths

H21VAN_Ang

H21 Voltage A-N Angle

4307

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21VAN_Mag

H21 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4157

MM

Hundredths

H21VBC_Ang

H21 Voltage B-C Angle

4305

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21VBC_Mag
H21VBN_An5

H21 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4155

MM

Hundredths

H21 Voltage B-N Angle

4308

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H21VBN_Mag

H21 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4158

MM

Hundredths

H21VCA_Ang

H21 Voltage C-A Angle

4306

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21VCA_Mag

H21 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4156

MM

Hundredths

H21VCN_Ang

H21 Voltage C-N Angle

4309

MM

Deg

Tenths

H21VCN_Mag

H21 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4159

MM

Hundredths

H22IA_Ang

H22 Current A Angle

4680

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22IA_Mag

H22 Current A Magnitude

4530

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H22IB_Ang

H22 Current B Angle

4681

MM

Deg

H22IB_Mag

H22 Current B Magnitude

4531

MM

Hundredths

H22IC_Ang

H22 Current C Angle

4682

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22IC_Mag

H22 Current C Magnitude

4532

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H22IN_Ang

H22 Current N Angle

4683

MM

Deg

H22IN_Mag

H22 Current N Magnitude

4533

MM

Hundredths

H22VAB_Ang

H22 Voltage A-B Angle

4610

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22VAB_Mag

H22 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4460

MM

Hundredths

H22VAN_Ang

H22 Voltage A-N Angle

4613

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22VAN_Mag

H22 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4463

MM

Hundredths

H22VBC_Ang

H22 Voltage B-C Angle

4611

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22VBC_Mag

H22 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4461

MM

Hundredths

H22VBN_Ang

H22 Voltage B-N Angle

4614

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22VBN_Mag

H22 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4464

MM

Hundredths

H22VCA_Ang

H22 Voltage C-A Angle

4612

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22VCA_Mag

H22 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4462

MM

Hundredths

H22VCN_Ang

H22 Voltage C-N Angle

4615

MM

Deg

Tenths

H22VCN_Mag

H22 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4465

MM

Hundredths

H23IA_Ang

H23 Current A Angle

4380

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23IA_Mag

H23 Current A Magnitude

4230

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H23IB_Ang

H23 Current B Angle

4381

MM

Deg

H23IB_Mag

H23 Current B Magnitude

4231

MM

Hundredths

H23IC_Ang

H23 Current C Angle

4382

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23IC_Mag

H23 Current C Magnitude

4232

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H23IN_Ang

H23 Current N Angle

4383

MM

Deg

H23IN_Mag

H23 Current N Magnitude

4233

MM

Hundredths

H23VAB_Ang

H23 Voltage A-B Angle

4310

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23VAB_Mag

H23 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4160

MM

Hundredths

H23VAN_Ang

H23 Voltage A-N Angle

4313

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23VAN_Mag

H23 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4163

MM

Hundredths

H23VBC_Ang

H23 Voltage B-C Angle

4311

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23VBC_Mag

H23 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4161

MM

Hundredths

H23VBN_Ang

H23 Voltage B-N Angle

4314

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23VBN_Mag

H23 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4164

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

46

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

2002 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

H23VCA_Ang

H23 Voltage C-A Angle

4312

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23VCA_Mag

H23 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4162

MM

Hundredths

H23VCN_Ang

H23 Voltage C-N Angle

4315

MM

Deg

Tenths

H23VCN_Mag

H23 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4165

MM

Hundredths

H24IA_Ang

H24 Current A Angle

4684

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24IA_Mag

H24 Current A Magnitude

4534

MM

Hundredths

H24IB_Ang

H24 Current B Angle

4685

MM

Deg

Tenths

Scale

H24IB_Mag

H24 Current B Magnitude

4535

MM

Hundredths

H24IC_Ang

H24 Current C Angle

4686

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24IC_Mag

H24 Current C Magnitude

4536

MM

Hundredths

H24IN_Ang

H24 Current N Angle

4687

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24IN_Mag

H24 Current N Magnitude

4537

MM

Hundredths

H24VAB_Ang

H24 Voltage A-B Angle

4616

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24VAB_Mag

H24 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4466

MM

Hundredths

H24VAN_Ang

H24 Voltage A-N Angle

4619

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24VAN_Mag

H24 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4469

MM

Hundredths

H24VBC_Ang

H24 Voltage B-C Angle

4617

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24VBC_Mag

H24 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4467

MM

Hundredths

H24VBN_Ang

H24 Voltage B-N Angle

4620

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24VBN_Mag

H24 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4470

MM

Hundredths

H24VCA_Ang

H24 Voltage C-A Angle

4618

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24VCA_Mag

H24 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4468

MM

Hundredths

H24VCN_Ang

H24 Voltage C-N Angle

4621

MM

Deg

Tenths

H24VCN_Mag

H24 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4471

MM

Hundredths

H25IA_Ang

H25 Current A Angle

4384

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25IA_Mag

H25 Current A Magnitude

4234

MM

Hundredths

H25IB_Ang

H25 Current B Angle

4385

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25IB_Mag

H25 Current B Magnitude

4235

MM

Hundredths

H25IC_Ang

H25 Current C Angle

4386

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25IC_Mag

H25 Current C Magnitude

4236

MM

Hundredths

H25IN_Ang

H25 Current N Angle

4387

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25IN_Mag

H25 Current N Magnitude

4237

MM

Hundredths

H25VAB_Ang

H25 Voltage A-B Angle

4316

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25VAB_Mag

H25 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4166

MM

Hundredths

H25VAN_Ang

H25 Voltage A-N Angle

4319

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25VAN_Mag

H25 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4169

MM

Hundredths

H25VBC_Ang

H25 Voltage B-C Angle

4317

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25VBC_Mag

H25 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4167

MM

Hundredths

H25VBN_Ang

H25 Voltage B-N Angle

4320

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25VBN_Mag

H25 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4170

MM

Hundredths

H25VCA_Ang

H25 Voltage C-A Angle

4318

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H25VCA_Mag

H25 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4168

MM

Hundredths

H25VCN_Ang

H25 Voltage C-N Angle

4321

MM

Deg

Tenths

H25VCN_Mag

H25 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4171

MM

Hundredths

H26IA_Ang

H26 Current A Angle

4688

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26IA_Mag

H26 Current A Magnitude

4538

MM

Hundredths

H26IB_Ang

H26 Current B Angle

4689

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26IB_Mag

H26 Current B Magnitude

4539

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H26IC_Ang

H26 Current C Angle

4690

MM

Deg

H26IC_Mag

H26 Current C Magnitude

4540

MM

Hundredths

H26IN_Ang

H26 Current N Angle

4691

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26IN_Mag

H26 Current N Magnitude

4541

MM

Hundredths

H26VAB_Ang

H26 Voltage A-B Angle

4622

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26VAB_Mag

H26 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4472

MM

Hundredths

H26VAN_Ang

H26 Voltage A-N Angle

4625

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26VAN_Mag

H26 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4475

MM

Hundredths

H26VBC_Ang

H26 Voltage B-C Angle

4623

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26VBC_Mag

H26 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4473

MM

Hundredths

H26VBN_Ang

H26 Voltage B-N Angle

4626

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26VBN_Mag

H26 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4476

MM

Hundredths

H26VCA_Ang

H26 Voltage C-A Angle

4624

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26VCA_Mag

H26 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4474

MM

Hundredths

H26VCN_Ang

H26 Voltage C-N Angle

4627

MM

Deg

Tenths

H26VCN_Mag

H26 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4477

MM

Hundredths

H27IA_Ang

H27 Current A Angle

4388

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27IA_Mag

H27 Current A Magnitude

4238

MM

Hundredths

H27IB_Ang

H27 Current B Angle

4389

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27IB_Mag

H27 Current B Magnitude

4239

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H27IC_Ang

H27 Current C Angle

4390

MM

Deg

H27IC_Mag

H27 Current C Magnitude

4240

MM

Hundredths

H27IN_Ang

H27 Current N Angle

4391

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27IN_Mag

H27 Current N Magnitude

4241

MM

Hundredths

H27VAB_Ang

H27 Voltage A-B Angle

4322

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27VAB_Mag

H27 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4172

MM

Hundredths

H27VAN_Ang

H27 Voltage A-N Angle

4325

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27VAN_Mag

H27 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4175

MM

Hundredths

H27VBC_Ang

H27 Voltage B-C Angle

4323

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27VBC_Mag

H27 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4173

MM

Hundredths

H27VBN_Ang

H27 Voltage B-N Angle

4326

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27VBN_Mag

H27 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4176

MM

Hundredths

H27VCA_Ang

H27 Voltage C-A Angle

4324

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27VCA_Mag

H27 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4174

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

48

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

2002 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H27VCN_Ang

H27 Voltage C-N Angle

4327

MM

Deg

Tenths

H27VCN_Mag

H27 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4177

MM

Hundredths

H28IA_Ang

H28 Current A Angle

4692

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28IA_Mag

H28 Current A Magnitude

4542

MM

Hundredths

H28IB_Ang

H28 Current B Angle

4693

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28IB_Mag

H28 Current B Magnitude

4543

MM

Hundredths

H28IC_Ang

H28 Current C Angle

4694

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28IC_Mag

H28 Current C Magnitude

4544

MM

Hundredths

H28IN_Ang

H28 Current N Angle

4695

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28IN_Mag

H28 Current N Magnitude

4545

MM

Hundredths

H28VAB_Ang

H28 Voltage A-B Angle

4628

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28VAB_Mag

H28 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4478

MM

Hundredths

H28VAN_Ang

H28 Voltage A-N Angle

4631

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28VAN_Mag

H28 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4481

MM

Hundredths

H28VBC_Ang

H28 Voltage B-C Angle

4629

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28VBC_Mag

H28 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4479

MM

Hundredths

H28VBN_Ang

H28 Voltage B-N Angle

4632

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28VBN_Mag

H28 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4482

MM

Hundredths

H28VCA_Ang

H28 Voltage C-A Angle

4630

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28VCA_Mag

H28 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4480

MM

Hundredths

H28VCN_Ang

H28 Voltage C-N Angle

4633

MM

Deg

Tenths

H28VCN_Mag

H28 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4483

MM

Hundredths

H29IA_Ang

H29 Current A Angle

4392

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29IA_Mag

H29 Current A Magnitude

4242

MM

Hundredths

H29IB_Ang

H29 Current B Angle

4393

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29IB_Mag

H29 Current B Magnitude

4243

MM

Hundredths

H29IC_Ang

H29 Current C Angle

4394

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29IC_Mag

H29 Current C Magnitude

4244

MM

Hundredths

H29IN_Ang

H29 Current N Angle

4395

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29IN_Mag

H29 Current N Magnitude

4245

MM

Hundredths

H29VAB_Ang

H29 Voltage A-B Angle

4328

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29VAB_Mag

H29 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4178

MM

Hundredths

H29VAN_Ang

H29 Voltage A-N Angle

4331

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29VAN_Mag

H29 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4181

MM

Hundredths

H29VBC_Ang

H29 Voltage B-C Angle

4329

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29VBC_Mag

H29 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4179

MM

Hundredths

H29VBN_Ang

H29 Voltage B-N Angle

4332

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29VBN_Mag

H29 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4182

MM

Hundredths

H29VCA_Ang

H29 Voltage C-A Angle

4330

MM

Deg

Tenths

H29VCA_Mag

H29 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4180

MM

Hundredths

H29VCN_Ang

H29 Voltage C-N Angle

4333

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

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August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H29VCN_Mag

H29 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4183

MM

Hundredths

H2IA_Ang

H2 Current A Angle

4640

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2IA_Mag

H2 Current A Magnitude

4490

MM

Hundredths

H2IB_Ang

H2 Current B Angle

4641

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2IB_Mag

H2 Current B Magnitude

4491

MM

Hundredths

H2IC_Ang

H2 Current C Angle

4642

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2IC_Mag

H2 Current C Magnitude

4492

MM

Hundredths

H2IN_Ang

H2 Current N Angle

4643

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2IN_Mag

H2 Current N Magnitude

4493

MM

Hundredths

H2VAB_Ang

H2 Voltage A-B Angle

4550

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2VAB_Mag

H2 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4400

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H2VAN_Ang

H2 Voltage A-N Angle

4553

MM

Deg

H2VAN_Mag

H2 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4403

MM

Hundredths

H2VBC_Ang

H2 Voltage B-C Angle

4551

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2VBC_Mag

H2 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4401

MM

Hundredths

H2VBN_Ang

H2 Voltage B-N Angle

4554

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2VBN_Mag

H2 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4404

MM

Hundredths

H2VCA_Ang

H2 Voltage C-A Angle

4552

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2VCA_Mag

H2 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4402

MM

Hundredths

H2VCN_Ang

H2 Voltage C-N Angle

4555

MM

Deg

Tenths

H2VCN_Mag

H2 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4405

MM

Hundredths

H30IA_Ang

H30 Current A Angle

4696

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30IA_Mag

H30 Current A Magnitude

4546

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H30IB_Ang

H30 Current B Angle

4697

MM

Deg

H30IB_Mag

H30 Current B Magnitude

4547

MM

Hundredths

H30IC_Ang

H30 Current C Angle

4698

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30IC_Mag

H30 Current C Magnitude

4548

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H30IN_Ang

H30 Current N Angle

4699

MM

Deg

H30IN_Mag

H30 Current N Magnitude

4549

MM

Hundredths

H30VAB_Ang

H30 Voltage A-B Angle

4634

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30VAB_Mag

H30 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4484

MM

Hundredths

H30VAN_Ang

H30 Voltage A-N Angle

4637

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30VAN_Mag
H30VBC_Ang5

H30 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4487

MM

Hundredths

H30 Voltage B-C Angle

4635

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30VBC_Mag5
H30VBN_Ang5

H30 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4485

MM

Hundredths

H30 Voltage B-N Angle

4638

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30VBN_Mag5
H30VCA_Ang5

H30 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4488

MM

Hundredths

H30 Voltage C-A Angle

4636

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30VCA_Mag5
H30VCN_Ang5

H30 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4486

MM

Hundredths

H30 Voltage C-N Angle

4639

MM

Deg

Tenths

H30VCN_Mag5

H30 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4489

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

50

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1


H31IA_Ang5

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

H31 Current A Angle

4396

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31IA_Mag5
H31IB_Ang5

H31 Current A Magnitude

4246

MM

Hundredths

H31 Current B Angle

4397

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31IB_Mag5

H31 Current B Magnitude

4247

MM

Hundredths

H31IC_Ang5
H31IC_Mag5

H31 Current C Angle

4398

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Current C Magnitude

4248

MM

Hundredths

H31IN_Ang5
H31IN_Mag5

H31 Current N Angle

4399

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Current N Magnitude

4249

MM

Hundredths

H31VAB_Ang5
H31VAB_Mag5

H31 Voltage A-B Angle

4334

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4184

MM

Hundredths

H31VAN_Ang5
H31VAN_Mag5

H31 Voltage A-N Angle

4337

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4187

MM

Hundredths

H31VBC_Ang5
H31VBC_Mag5

H31 Voltage B-C Angle

4335

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4185

MM

Hundredths

H31VBN_Ang5
H31VBN_Mag5

H31 Voltage B-N Angle

4338

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4188

MM

Hundredths

H31VCA_Ang5
H31VCA_Mag5

H31 Voltage C-A Angle

4336

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4186

MM

Hundredths

H31VCN_Ang5
H31VCN_Mag5

H31 Voltage C-N Angle

4339

MM

Deg

Tenths

H31 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4189

MM

Hundredths

H3IA_Ang5
H3IA_Mag5

H3 Current A Angle

4340

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3 Current A Magnitude

4190

MM

Hundredths

H3IB_Ang5
H3IB_Mag5

H3 Current B Angle

4341

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3 Current B Magnitude

4191

MM

Hundredths

H3IC_Ang5
H3IC_Mag5

H3 Current C Angle

4342

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3 Current C Magnitude

4192

MM

Hundredths

H3IN_Ang5
H3IN_Mag5

H3 Current N Angle

4343

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3 Current N Magnitude

4193

MM

Hundredths

H3VAB_Ang5
H3VAB_Mag5

H3 Voltage A-B Angle

4250

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4100

MM

Hundredths

H3VAN_Ang5
H3VAN_Mag5

H3 Voltage A-N Angle

4253

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4103

MM

Hundredths

H3VBC_Ang

H3 Voltage B-C Angle

4251

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3VBC_Mag

H3 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4101

MM

Hundredths

H3VBN_Ang

H3 Voltage B-N Angle

4254

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3VBN_Mag

H3 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4104

MM

Hundredths

H3VCA_Ang

H3 Voltage C-A Angle

4252

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3VCA_Mag

H3 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4102

MM

Hundredths

H3VCN_Ang

H3 Voltage C-N Angle

4255

MM

Deg

Tenths

H3VCN_Mag

H3 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4105

MM

Hundredths

H4IA_Ang

H4 Current A Angle

4644

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Scale

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H4IA_Mag
H4IB_An5

H4 Current A Magnitude

4494

MM

Hundredths

H4 Current B Angle

4645

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4IB_Mag

H4 Current B Magnitude

4495

MM

Hundredths

H4IC_Ang

H4 Current C Angle

4646

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4IC_Mag

H4 Current C Magnitude

4496

MM

Hundredths

H4IN_Ang

H4 Current N Angle

4647

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4IN_Mag

H4 Current N Magnitude

4497

MM

Hundredths

H4VAB_Ang

H4 Voltage A-B Angle

4556

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4VAB_Mag

H4 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4406

MM

Hundredths

H4VAN_Ang

H4 Voltage A-N Angle

4559

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4VAN_Mag

H4 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4409

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H4VBC_Ang

H4 Voltage B-C Angle

4557

MM

Deg

H4VBC_Mag

H4 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4407

MM

Hundredths

H4VBN_Ang

H4 Voltage B-N Angle

4560

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4VBN_Mag

H4 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4410

MM

Hundredths

H4VCA_Ang

H4 Voltage C-A Angle

4558

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4VCA_Mag

H4 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4408

MM

Hundredths

H4VCN_Ang

H4 Voltage C-N Angle

4561

MM

Deg

Tenths

H4VCN_Mag

H4 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4411

MM

Hundredths

H5IA_Ang

H5 Current A Angle

4344

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5IA_Mag

H5 Current A Magnitude

4194

MM

Hundredths

H5IB_Ang

H5 Current B Angle

4345

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5IB_Mag

H5 Current B Magnitude

4195

MM

Hundredths

H5IC_Ang

H5 Current C Angle

4346

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5IC_Mag

H5 Current C Magnitude

4196

MM

Hundredths

H5IN_Ang

H5 Current N Angle

4347

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5IN_Mag

H5 Current N Magnitude

4197

MM

Hundredths

H5VAB_Ang

H5 Voltage A-B Angle

4256

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5VAB_Mag

H5 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4106

MM

Hundredths

H5VAN_Ang

H5 Voltage A-N Angle

4259

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5VAN_Mag

H5 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4109

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H5VBC_Ang

H5 Voltage B-C Angle

4257

MM

Deg

H5VBC_Mag

H5 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4107

MM

Hundredths

H5VBN_Ang

H5 Voltage B-N Angle

4260

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5VBN_Mag

H5 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4110

MM

Hundredths

H5VCA_Ang

H5 Voltage C-A Angle

4258

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5VCA_Mag

H5 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4108

MM

Hundredths

H5VCN_Ang

H5 Voltage C-N Angle

4261

MM

Deg

Tenths

H5VCN_Mag

H5 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4111

MM

Hundredths

H6IA_Ang

H6 Current A Angle

4648

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6IA_Mag

H6 Current A Magnitude

4498

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

52

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

2002 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

H6IB_Ang

H6 Current B Angle

4649

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6IB_Mag

H6 Current B Magnitude

4499

MM

Hundredths

H6IC_Ang

H6 Current C Angle

4650

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6IC_Mag

H6 Current C Magnitude

4500

MM

Hundredths

H6IN_Ang

H6 Current N Angle

4651

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6IN_Mag

H6 Current N Magnitude

4501

MM

Hundredths

H6VAB_Ang

H6 Voltage A-B Angle

4562

MM

Deg

Tenths

Scale

H6VAB_Mag

H6 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4412

MM

Hundredths

H6VAN_Ang

H6 Voltage A-N Angle

4565

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6VAN_Mag

H6 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4415

MM

Hundredths

H6VBC_Ang

H6 Voltage B-C Angle

4563

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6VBC_Mag

H6 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4413

MM

Hundredths

H6VBN_Ang

H6 Voltage B-N Angle

4566

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6VBN_Mag

H6 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4416

MM

Hundredths

H6VCA_Ang

H6 Voltage C-A Angle

4564

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6VCA_Mag

H6 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4414

MM

Hundredths

H6VCN_Ang

H6 Voltage C-N Angle

4567

MM

Deg

Tenths

H6VCN_Mag

H6 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4417

MM

Hundredths

H7IA_Ang

H7 Current A Angle

4348

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7IA_Mag

H7 Current A Magnitude

4198

MM

Hundredths

H7IB_Ang

H7 Current B Angle

4349

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7IB_Mag

H7 Current B Magnitude

4199

MM

Hundredths

H7IC_Ang

H7 Current C Angle

4350

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7IC_Mag

H7 Current C Magnitude

4200

MM

Hundredths

H7IN_Ang

H7 Current N Angle

4351

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7IN_Mag

H7 Current N Magnitude

4201

MM

Hundredths

H7VAB_Ang

H7 Voltage A-B Angle

4262

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7VAB_Mag

H7 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4112

MM

Hundredths

H7VAN_Ang

H7 Voltage A-N Angle

4265

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7VAN_Mag

H7 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4115

MM

Hundredths

H7VBC_Ang

H7 Voltage B-C Angle

4263

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7VBC_Mag

H7 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4113

MM

Hundredths

H7VBN_Ang

H7 Voltage B-N Angle

4266

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7VBN_Mag

H7 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4116

MM

Hundredths

H7VCA_Ang

H7 Voltage C-A Angle

4264

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7VCA_Mag

H7 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4114

MM

Hundredths

H7VCN_Ang

H7 Voltage C-N Angle

4267

MM

Deg

Tenths

H7VCN_Mag

H7 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4117

MM

Hundredths

H8IA_Ang

H8 Current A Angle

4652

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8IA_Mag

H8 Current A Magnitude

4502

MM

Hundredths

H8IB_Ang

H8 Current B Angle

4653

MM

Deg

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix CType H Standard Quantities


Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

63220-080-200/B1
August 2002

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

H8IB_Mag

H8 Current B Magnitude

4503

MM

Hundredths

H8IC_Ang

H8 Current C Angle

4654

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8IC_Mag

H8 Current C Magnitude

4504

MM

Hundredths

H8IN_Ang

H8 Current N Angle

4655

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8IN_Mag

H8 Current N Magnitude

4505

MM

Hundredths

H8VAB_Ang

H8 Voltage A-B Angle

4568

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8VAB_Mag

H8 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4418

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H8VAN_Ang

H8 Voltage A-N Angle

4571

MM

Deg

H8VAN_Mag

H8 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4421

MM

Hundredths

H8VBC_Ang

H8 Voltage B-C Angle

4569

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8VBC_Mag

H8 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4419

MM

Hundredths

H8VBN_Ang

H8 Voltage B-N Angle

4572

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8VBN_Mag

H8 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4422

MM

Hundredths

H8VCA_Ang

H8 Voltage C-A Angle

4570

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8VCA_Mag

H8 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4420

MM

Hundredths

H8VCN_Ang

H8 Voltage C-N Angle

4573

MM

Deg

Tenths

H8VCN_Mag

H8 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4423

MM

Hundredths

H9IA_Ang

H9 Current A Angle

4352

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9IA_Mag

H9 Current A Magnitude

4202

MM

Hundredths

H9IB_Ang

H9 Current B Angle

4353

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9IB_Mag

H9 Current B Magnitude

4203

MM

Hundredths

H9IC_Ang

H9 Current C Angle

4354

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9IC_Mag

H9 Current C Magnitude

4204

MM

Hundredths

H9IN_Ang

H9 Current N Angle

4355

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9IN_Mag

H9 Current N Magnitude

4205

MM

Hundredths

H9VAB_Ang

H9 Voltage A-B Angle

4268

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9VAB_Mag

H9 Voltage A-B Magnitude

4118

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H9VAN_Ang

H9 Voltage A-N Angle

4271

MM

Deg

H9VAN_Mag

H9 Voltage A-N Magnitude

4121

MM

Hundredths

H9VBC_Ang

H9 Voltage B-C Angle

4269

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9VBC_Mag

H9 Voltage B-C Magnitude

4119

MM

Hundredths

H9VBN_Ang

H9 Voltage B-N Angle

4272

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9VBN_Mag

H9 Voltage B-N Magnitude

4122

MM

Hundredths

H9VCA_Ang

H9 Voltage C-A Angle

4270

MM

Deg

Tenths

H9VCA_Mag

H9 Voltage C-A Magnitude

4120

MM

Hundredths
Tenths

H9VCN_Ang

H9 Voltage C-N Angle

4273

MM

Deg

H9VCN_Mag

H9 Voltage C-N Magnitude

4123

MM

Hundredths

Hz

Frequency

1054

MM

Hz

Tenths

IA

Current A

1016

MM

Unity

IA_PCT

Current A % Load

8837

PM

Unity

IAD

Demand Current A

2200

MM

Unity

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

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SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

IAppA

Current Apparent A

1023

MM

Unity

IAppB

Current Apparent B

1024

MM

Unity

IAppC

Current Apparent C

1025

MM

Unity
Unity

Scale

IAppN

Current Apparent N

1026

MM

IAvg

Current Avg

1027

MM

Unity

IB

Current B

1017

MM

Unity

IB_PCT

Current B % Load

8838

PM

Unity
Unity

IBD

Demand Current B

2201

MM

IC

Current C

1018

MM

Unity

IC_PCT

Current C % Load

8839

PM

Unity

ICD

Demand Current C

2202

MM

Unity
Unity

IDatPkKFD_A

Current Demand at Peak K-Factor Demand A

2270

MM

IDatPkKFD_B

Current Demand at Peak K-Factor Demand B

2271

MM

Unity

IDatPkKFD_C

Current Demand at Peak K-Factor Demand C

2272

MM

Unity

IDatPkKFD_N

Current Demand at Peak K-Factor Demand N

2273

MM

Unity

IDCalcMeth

Current Demand Calculation Method

3351

MM

IG

Current G

1021

MM

Unity

IG_PCT

Current G % Load

8841

PM

Unity

IG_PCT_VIGI

Current G (VIGI) % Load

8842

PM

Hundredths

0 = Sliding
1 = Thermal

IG_VIGI

Current G (VIGI)

8826

PM

Thousandths

IMax

Current Max Present

1020

MM

Unity

IN

Current N

1019

MM

Unity

IN_PCT

Current N % Load

8840

PM

Unity

IND

Demand Current N

2203

MM

Unity

IUnbalA

Current Unbalance A

1028

MM

Tenths

Tenths

IUnbalAlrm

Current Unbalance Alarm Status

8859

PM

IUnbalB

Current Unbalance B

1029

MM

%
%

IUnbalC

Current Unbalance C

1030

MM

IUnbalPreAlrm

Current Unbalance Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

IUnbalW

Current Unbalance Worst

1032

MM

KFDatPkID_A

K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand Current A

2254

MM

Bit 0; ON = active; OFF = inactive

Tenths
Bit 0; ON = active, OFF = inactive

Tenths
Tenths

KFDatPkID_B

K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand Current B

2255

MM

Tenths

KFDatPkID_C

K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand Current C

2256

MM

Tenths

KFDatPkID_N

K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand Current N

2257

MM

Tenths

KFDN

K-Factor Demand N

2215

MM

Tenths

KFN

K-Factor N

1118

MM

kVAA

Apparent Power A

1042

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAB

Apparent Power B

1043

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAC

Apparent Power C

1044

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAD

Demand Apparent Power

2236

MM

kVA

Unity

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Tenths

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

kVAD_PkkVARD

KVA Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVAR Dmd

2235

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAD_PkkWD

KVA Dmd Coincident w/Peak KW Dmd

2229

MM

kVA

Unity

kVAHr

Apparent Energy

2024

MM

kVAH

Modulo 10,0004

kVARA

Reactive Power A

1038

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARB

Reactive Power B

1039

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARC

Reactive Power C

1040

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARD

Demand Reactive Power

2230

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARD_PkkVAD

KVAR Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVA Dmd

2241

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARD_PkkWD

KVAR Dmd Coincident w/Peak KW Dmd

2228

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVARHr

Reactive Energy

2004

MM

kVARH

kVARHr_I

Reactive Energy Into the Load

2016

MM

kVARH

Modulo 10,0004
Modulo 10,0004

kVARHr_O

Reactive Energy Out of the Load

2020

MM

kVARH

Modulo 10,0004

kVARTtl

Reactive Power Total

1041

MM

kVAR

Unity

kVATtl

Apparent Power Total

1045

MM

kVA

Unity

kWA

Real Power A

1034

MM

kW

Unity

kWB

Real Power B

1035

MM

kW

Unity

kWC

Real Power C

1036

MM

kW

Unity

kWD

Demand Real Power

2224

MM

kW

Unity

kWD_PkkVAD

KW Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVA Dmd

2240

MM

kW

Unity

kWD_PkkVARD

KW Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVAR Dmd

2234

MM

kW

kWHr

Real Energy

2000

MM

kWH

kWHr_I

Real Energy Into the Load

2008

MM

kWH

Unity
Modulo 10,0004
Modulo 10,0004

kWHr_O

Real Energy Out of the Load

2012

MM

kWH

Modulo 10,0004

kWTtl

Real Power Total

1037

MM

kW

LDPUValue

Long Delay Pickup Value

8756

PM

Unity
Modulo 10,0004

LSCurrAlrm

Load Shed Current Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 13; ON = active; OFF = inactive

LSCurrPreAlrm

Load Shed Current Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 13; ON = active; OFF = inactive

LSPwrAlrm

Load Shed Power Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 14; ON = active; OFF = inactive

LSPwrPreAlrm

Load Shed Power Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 14; ON = active; OFF = inactive

M2C_M6CR1Status

Relay Module R1 Status

8857

PM

Bit 0; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR2Status

Relay Module R2 Status

8857

PM

Bit 1; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR3Status

Relay Module R3 Status

8857

PM

Bit 2; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR4Status

Relay Module R4 Status

8857

PM

Bit 3; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR5Status

Relay Module R5 Status

8857

PM

Bit 4; ON = on; OFF = off

M2C_M6CR6Status

Relay Module R6 Status

8857

PM

Bit 5; ON = on; OFF = off

MaxCFVAB

Maximum Crest Factor Voltage A-B

1719

MM

Hundredths

MaxCFVAN

Maximum Crest Factor Voltage A-N

1722

MM

Hundredths

MaxCFVBC

Maximum Crest Factor Voltage B-C

1720

MM

Hundredths

MaxCFVBN

Maximum Crest Factor Voltage B-N

1723

MM

Hundredths

MaxCFVCA

Maximum Crest Factor Voltage C-A

1721

MM

Hundredths

MaxCFVCN

Maximum Crest Factor Voltage C-N

1724

MM

Hundredths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

56

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Using MICROLOGIC Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

MaxfkVAA

Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power A

1684

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxfkVAB

Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power B

1685

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxfkVAC

Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power C

1686

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxfkVATtl

Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power Total

1687

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxfVMagAB

Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-B

1656

MM

Unity

MaxfVMagAN

Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-N

1659

MM

Unity

MaxfVMagBC

Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-C

1657

MM

Unity

MaxfVMagBN

Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-N

1660

MM

Unity

MaxfVMagCA

Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-A

1658

MM

Unity

MaxfVMagCN

Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-N

1661

MM

Unity

MaxHz

Max Frequency

1654

MM

Hz

Tenths

MaxIA

Max Current A

1616

MM

Unity

MaxIAppA

Maximum Current Apparent A

1623

MM

Unity

MaxIAppB

Maximum Current Apparent B

1624

MM

Unity

MaxIAppC

Maximum Current Apparent C

1625

MM

Unity

Scale

MaxIAppN

Maximum Current Apparent N

1626

MM

Unity

MaxIAvg

Max Current Avg

1627

MM

Unity

MaxIB

Max Current B

1617

MM

Unity

MaxIC

Max Current C

1618

MM

Unity

MaxIG

Max Current G

1621

MM

Unity

MaxIG_VIGI

Max Current G (VIGI)

8832

PM

Thousandths

MaxIN

Max Current N

1619

MM

Unity

MaxIUnbalA

Max Current Unbalance A

1628

MM

Tenths

MaxIUnbalB

Max Current Unbalance B

1629

MM

Tenths

MaxIUnbalC

Max Current Unbalance C

1630

MM

Tenths

MaxIUnbalW

Max Current Unbalance Worst

1632

MM

Tenths

MaxKFN

Maximum K-Factor N

1718

MM

MaxkVAA

Max Apparent Power A

1642

MM

kVA

MaxkVAB

Max Apparent Power B

1643

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxkVAC

Max Apparent Power C

1644

MM

kVA

Unity

MaxkVARA

Max Reactive Power A

1638

MM

kVAR

Unity

MaxkVARB

Max Reactive Power B

1639

MM

kVAR

Unity

MaxkVARC

Max Reactive Power C

1640

MM

kVAR

Unity

MaxkVARTtl

Max Reactive Power Total

1641

MM

kVAR

Unity

MaxkVATtl

Max Apparent Power Total

1645

MM

kVA

Unity

Tenths
Unity

MaxkWA

Max Real Power A

1634

MM

kW

Unity

MaxkWB

Max Real Power B

1635

MM

kW

Unity

MaxkWC

Max Real Power C

1636

MM

kW

Unity

MaxkWTtl

Max Real Power Total

1637

MM

kW

Unity

MaxPFA

Max Power Factor A

1646

MM

MaxPFB

Max Power Factor B

1647

MM

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

PF format5
PF format5

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

MaxPFC

Max Power Factor C

1648

MM

Units

Scale
PF format5
PF format5

MaxPFTtl

Max Power Factor Total

1649

MM

MaxVAB

Max Voltage A-B

1600

MM

Unity

MaxVAN

Max Voltage A-N

1603

MM

Unity

MaxVBC

Max Voltage B-C

1601

MM

Unity

MaxVBN

Max Voltage B-N

1604

MM

Unity

MaxVCA

Max Voltage C-A

1602

MM

Unity

MaxVCN

Max Voltage C-N

1605

MM

Unity

MaxVLLAvg

Max Voltage L-L Avg

1606

MM

Unity

MaxVLNAvg

Max Voltage L-N Avg

1607

MM

Unity

MaxVUnbalAB

Max Voltage Unbalance A-B

1608

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalAN

Max Voltage Unbalance A-N

1611

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalBC

Max Voltage Unbalance B-C

1609

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalBN

Max Voltage Unbalance B-N

1612

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalCA

Max Voltage Unbalance C-A

1610

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalCN

Max Voltage Unbalance C-N

1613

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalLLW

Max Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst

1614

MM

Tenths

MaxVUnbalLNW

Max Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst

1615

MM

Tenths

MinCFVAB

Minimum Crest Factor Voltage A-B

1419

MM

Hundredths

MinCFVAN

Minimum Crest Factor Voltage A-N

1422

MM

Hundredths

MinCFVBC

Minimum Crest Factor Voltage B-C

1420

MM

Hundredths

MinCFVBN

Minimum Crest Factor Voltage B-N

1423

MM

Hundredths

MinCFVCA

Minimum Crest Factor Voltage C-A

1421

MM

Hundredths

MinCFVCN

Minimum Crest Factor Voltage C-N

1424

MM

MinfkVAA

Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power A

1384

MM

kVA

Unity

MinfkVAB

Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power B

1385

MM

kVA

Unity

MinfkVAC

Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power C

1386

MM

kVA

Unity

MinfkVATtl

Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power Total

1387

MM

kVA

Unity

MinfVMagAB

Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-B

1356

MM

Unity

MinfVMagAN

Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-N

1359

MM

Unity

MinfVMagBC

Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-C

1357

MM

Unity

MinfVMagBN

Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-N

1360

MM

Unity

MinfVMagCA

Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-A

1358

MM

Unity

MinfVMagCN

Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-N

1361

MM

Unity

MinHz

Min Frequency

1354

MM

Hz

Tenths

MinIA

Min Current A

1316

MM

Unity

MinIAppA

Minimum Current Apparent A

1323

MM

Unity

MinIAppB

Minimum Current Apparent B

1324

MM

Unity

MinIAppC

Minimum Current Apparent C

1325

MM

Unity

MinIAppN

Minimum Current Apparent N

1326

MM

Unity

MinIAvg

Min Current Avg

1327

MM

Unity

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

58

Hundredths

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

MinIB

Min Current B

1317

MM

Unity

MinIC

Min Current C

1318

MM

Unity

MinIN

Min Current N

1319

MM

Unity

MinIUnbalA

Min Current Unbalance A

1328

MM

Tenths

MinIUnbalB

Min Current Unbalance B

1329

MM

Tenths

MinIUnbalC

Min Current Unbalance C

1330

MM

Tenths

MinIUnbalW

Min Current Unbalance Worst

1332

MM

Tenths

kVA

Unity

MinKFN

Minimum K-Factor N

1418

MM

MinkVAA

Min Apparent Power A

1342

MM

Tenths

MinkVAB

Min Apparent Power B

1343

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkVAC

Min Apparent Power C

1344

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkVARA

Min Reactive Power A

1338

MM

kVAR

Unity

MinkVARB

Min Reactive Power B

1339

MM

kVAR

Unity

MinkVARC

Min Reactive Power C

1340

MM

kVAR

Unity

MinkVARTtl

Min Reactive Power Total

1341

MM

kVAR

Unity

MinkVATtl

Min Apparent Power Total

1345

MM

kVA

Unity

MinkWA

Min Real Power A

1334

MM

kW

Unity

MinkWB

Min Real Power B

1335

MM

kW

Unity

MinkWC

Min Real Power C

1336

MM

kW

Unity

MinkWTtl

Min Real Power Total

1337

MM

kW

MinPFA

Min Power Factor A

1346

MM

MinPFB

Min Power Factor B

1347

MM

MinPFC

Min Power Factor C

1348

MM

Unity
PF format5
PF format5
PF format5
PF format5

MinPFTtl

Min Power Factor Total

1349

MM

MinVAB

Min Voltage A-B

1300

MM

MinVAN

Min Voltage A-N

1303

MM

Unity

MinVBC

Min Voltage B-C

1301

MM

Unity

MinVBN

Min Voltage B-N

1304

MM

Unity

MinVCA

Min Voltage C-A

1302

MM

Unity

MinVCN

Min Voltage C-N

1305

MM

Unity

MinVLLAvg

Min Voltage L-L Avg

1306

MM

Unity

MinVLNAvg

Min Voltage L-N Avg

1307

MM

Unity

MinVUnbalAB

Min Voltage Unbalance A-B

1308

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalAN

Min Voltage Unbalance A-N

1311

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalBC

Min Voltage Unbalance B-C

1309

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalBN

Min Voltage Unbalance B-N

1312

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalCA

Min Voltage Unbalance C-A

1310

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalCN

Min Voltage Unbalance C-N

1313

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalLLW

Min Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst

1314

MM

Tenths

MinVUnbalLNW

Min Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst

1315

MM

Tenths

NominalCurrent

Breaker Nominal Current

8750

PM

Unity

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Unity

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

OverFreqAlrm

Over Frequency Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 11; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverFreqPreAlrm

Over Frequency Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 11; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverIAAlrm

Over IA Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 1; ON = active, OFF = inactive


Bit 1; ON = active, OFF = inactive

Units

Scale

OverIAPreAlrm

Over IA Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

OverIBAlrm

Over IB Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 2; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverIBPreAlrm

Over IB Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 2; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverICAlrm

Over IC Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 3; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverICPreAlrm

Over IC Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 3; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverINAlrm

Over IN Demand Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 4; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverINPreAlrm

Over IN Demand Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 4; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverVoltAlrm

Over Voltage Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 6; ON = active, OFF = inactive

OverVoltPreAlrm

Over Voltage Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 6; ON = active, OFF = inactive

PF_PkkVAD

PF Coincident w/Peak KVA Demand

2239

MM

Thousandths

PF_PkkVARD

PF Coincident w/Peak KVAR Demand

2233

MM

Thousandths

PF_PkkWD

PF Coincident w/Peak KW Demand

2227

MM

Thousandths
PF format5

PFA

Power Factor A

1046

MM

PFB

Power Factor B

1047

MM

PFC

Power Factor C

1048

MM

PFSignConv

Power Factor Sign Convention

3318

MM

PFTtl

Power Factor Total

1049

MM

PhaRotAlrm

Phase Rotation Alarm Status

8859

PM

PkIAD

Peak Demand Current A

2204

MM

Unity

PkIBD

Peak Demand Current B

2205

MM

Unity

PkICD

Peak Demand Current C

2206

MM

Unity

PkIND

Peak Demand Current N

2207

MM

PkKFDA

Peak K-Factor Demand A

2216

MM

Tenths

PkKFDB

Peak K-Factor Demand B

2217

MM

Tenths
Tenths

PF format5
PF format5
0 = IEC
1 = Alternate (CMI)
2 = IEEE
PF format5
Bit 12; ON = active, OFF = inactive

Unity

PkKFDC

Peak K-Factor Demand C

2218

MM

PkKFDN

Peak K-Factor Demand N

2219

MM

PkkVAD

Peak Demand Apparent Power

2237

MM

kVA

Unity

PkkVARD

Peak Demand Reactive Power

2231

MM

kVAR

Unity

PkkWD

Peak Demand Real Power

2225

MM

kW

Unity

PowerDmdInt

Power Demand Interval

3355

MM

Minutes

Unity

PredIAD

Predicted Demand Current A

2208

MM

Unity

PredIBD

Predicted Demand Current B

2209

MM

Unity

PredICD

Predicted Demand Current C

2210

MM

Unity

PredIND

Predicted Demand Current N

2211

MM

PredKFDA

Predicted K-Factor Demand A

2220

MM

Tenths

PredKFDB

Predicted K-Factor Demand B

2221

MM

Tenths

PredKFDC

Predicted K-Factor Demand C

2222

MM

Tenths

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

60

Tenths

Unity

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

PredKFDN

Predicted K-Factor Demand N

2223

MM

PredkVAD

Predicted KVA Demand

2238

PredkVARD

Predicted KVAR Demand

PredkWD

Predicted KW Demand

PwrDmdMethod

Power Demand Method

PwrFlowDirMet

Units

Scale

MM

kVA

Unity

2232

MM

kVAR

Unity

2226

MM

kW

Unity

3354

MM

0 = Sliding
1 = Thermal
2 = Block
5 = Sync to Comms

Power Flow Direction - Metering

3316

MM

0 = Bottom Fed
1 = Top Fed

R1OpsCounter

Relay 1 Operations Counter

9081

PM

Unity

R2OpsCounter

Relay 2 Operations Counter

9082

PM

Unity

R3OpsCounter

Relay 3 Operations Counter

9083

PM

Unity

R4OpsCounter

Relay 4 Operations Counter

9084

PM

Unity

R5OpsCounter

Relay 5 Operations Counter

9085

PM

Unity

R6OpsCounter

Relay 6 Operations Counter

9086

PM

Unity

ReadyToClose

Breaker Ready to Close

661

BCM

Bit 5; ON = yes, OFF = no

Tenths

RevPwrAlrm

Reverse Power Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 9; ON = active; OFF = inactive

RevPwrPreAlrm

Reverse Power Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 9; ON = active; OFF = inactive

System Type

System Type

3314

MM

System 31 = 3-phase, 3-wire, 3CT


System 40 = 3-phase, 4-wire, 3CT
System 41 = 3-phase, 4-wire, 4 CT

TimeToTrip

Time Remaining to LT Trip

8865

PM

TU_BATT_PCT

Trip Unit % Battery

8843

PM

TU_SN

Trip Unit Serial Number

8700

PM

ASCII text

TUCommStatus

Trip Unit Internal Comms Status

552

BCM

Bit 11; ON = not responding; OFF = OK

UnderFreqAlrm

Under Frequency Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 10; ON = active; OFF = inactive

UnderFreqPreAlrm

Under Frequency Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

Bit 10; ON = active; OFF = inactive

UnderVoltAlrm

Under Voltage Alarm Status

8859

PM

Bit 5; ON = active; OFF = inactive

UnderVoltPreAlrm

Under Voltage Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

VAB

Voltage A-B

1000

MM

Unity

VAN

Voltage A-N

1003

MM

Unity

VARSignConv

VAR (Reactive Power) Sign Convention

3317

MM

Tenths
%

Unity

Bit 5; ON = active; OFF = inactive

0 = Alternate (CMI)
1 = IEEE/IEC

VBC

Voltage B-C

1001

MM

VBN

Voltage B-N

1004

MM

Unity
Unity

VCA

Voltage C-A

1002

MM

Unity

VCN

Voltage C-N

1005

MM

Unity

VigiAlarm

Vigi Alarm Status

8860

PM

Bit 1; ON = active; OFF = inactive

VigiPreAlrm

Vigi Pre-Alarm Status

8864

PM

Bit 1; ON = active; OFF = inactive

VLLAvg

Voltage L-L Avg

1006

MM

Unity

VLNAvg

Voltage L-N Avg

1007

MM

Unity

VUnbalAB

Voltage Unbalance A-B

1008

MM

VUnbalAlrm

Voltage Unbalance Alarm Status

8859

PM

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

Tenths
Bit 7; ON = active, OFF = inactive

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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SMS Topic Name1

User Description

Number of
Registers

Register2

Module

Units

Scale

VUnbalAN

Voltage Unbalance A-N

1011

MM

Tenths

VUnbalBC

Voltage Unbalance B-C

1009

MM

Tenths

VUnbalBN

Voltage Unbalance B-N

1012

MM

Tenths

VUnbalCA

Voltage Unbalance C-A

1010

MM

Tenths

VUnbalCN

Voltage Unbalance C-N

1013

MM

Tenths

VUnbalLLW

Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst

1014

MM

Tenths

VUnbalLNW

Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst

1015

MM

Tenths

VUnbalPreAlrm

Voltage Unbalance Pre-Alarm Status

8863

PM

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

62

Bit 7; ON = active, OFF = inactive

SMS Topic Names beginning with H are Type H harmonic topics.


For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MICROLOGIC device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
3-register date/time format: register 1: month (byte 1) = 112; day (byte 2) = 131
register 2: year (byte 1) = 0199 (add to 1900 to determine the actual year); hour (byte 2) = 023
register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 059; seconds (byte 2) = 059
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = 9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.
Power factor format: 1 to 999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.

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Appendix DMICROLOGIC Trip Unit Error Codes


Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

Table 1 shows the most common error codes that occur for the MICROLOGIC
Trip Unit in SMS. The error code number (but not the description) displays in
the SMS Activity Log.

APPENDIX DMICROLOGIC TRIP UNIT


ERROR CODES
Table 1:

MICROLOGIC Trip Unit Error Codes in SMS

Error Code

Description

Solution

4500

An attempt was made to close, but remote close was


not enabled;
OR
An attempt was made to open, but remote open was
not enabled.

Enable the desired control from the SMS control


output feature.

4608

Comms error with a sub-device within the trip unit system. One
or more sub-devices are not communicating. See the SMS
Activity Log for details.

The Activity Log lists the sub-device that is not


communicating. Use this information and read the
Troubleshooting section for details.

The sample Activity Log in Figure 1 illustrates an error 4500 condition. Note
that both the trip unit and BCM have lost communication.

Figure 1:

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APPENDIX ESMS TABLE SUPPORT

Appendix ESMS Table Support


Using MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units in a POWERLOGIC System

These are the standard real-time data tables included in SMS for
MICROLOGIC trip units. To learn how to use tables in SMS, see the SMS
online help file.
Table 1 lists existing and new SMS tables that MICROLOGIC trip
units support.
Table 1:

SMS Tables Supported by MICROLOGIC Devices

Table Name

Type A

Type P

Type H

Existing SMS Tables Supported by MICROLOGIC Trip Units


Instantaneous Ratings

Basic Readings Summary

Load Current Summary

System Voltage Summary

Demand Current Summary

Demand Readings

Energy Readings

Reactive Energy Contribution Summary

Real Energy Contribution Summary

Energy Summary

Phase Unbalance Readings

Power Factor Readings

Power Factor Summary

Power Flow Summary

Power Readings

Power Capacity Utilization Summary

THD Current Summary

THD Voltage Summary

New SMS Tables Supported by MICROLOGIC Trip Units


MicroLogic Protection Settings

MicroLogic Trip Curve

MicroLogic Circuit Loading Capacity Summary

MicroLogic Maintenance Information

Circuit Breaker Status Summary (Low Voltage)

MicroLogic Metering Configuration


MicroLogic Trip History
MicroLogic Type A Trip Unit Data

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Harmonic Apparent Power FlowsELH

Harmonic Reactive Power FlowsELH

Harmonic Real Power FlowsELH

Spectral ComponentsCurrentsELH

Spectral ComponentsVoltagesELH

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APPENDIX FCOMMUNICATIONS
CONSIDERATIONS

Appendix FCommunications Considerations


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The following tables show the maximum distances of the communications


link at different baud rates. The maximum distances are measured from the
PC to the farthest device on the communications link.

Table 1:

Maximum Distances for 4-Wire Bus Topologies


(SY/MAX, MODBUS, Jbus devices)
Maximum Distances

Baud Rate

116 Devices

1732 Devices

1200

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

2400

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

5,000 ft. (1,525 m)

4800

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

5,000 ft. (1,525 m)

9600

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

4,000 ft. (1,220 m)

19200

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

2,500 ft. (762.5 m)

Table 2:

Maximum Distances for 2-Wire Bus Topologies


(MODBUS, Jbus devices)
Maximum Distances
18 Devices 1

916 Devices 1

1200

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

2400

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

5,000 ft. (1,525 m)

4800

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

5,000 ft. (1,525 m)

9600

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

4,000 ft. (1,220 m)

19200

10,000 ft. (3,050 m)

2,500 ft. (762.5 m)

Baud Rate

1 The number of devices shown applies to daisy chains that include


4-wire devices that are wired as 2-wire devices. If the daisy chain
contains only true 2-wire devices (and therefore no 4-wire
devices), refer to the device manufacturers instruction book for
device number and distance limitations.

NOTE: To wire 4-wire devices as 2-wire, connect the Rx+ and Tx+ terminals
together, then connect the Rx- and the Tx- terminals together. The Rx+/Tx+
terminals connect to the Lx+ line, and the Rx-/Tx- terminals connect to the
Lx- line. Refer to the devices instruction manual for device pinouts and other
communications specifications.

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The figure below illustrates the communications wiring for the MICROLOGIC
trip unit system.

Cradle Communication Module


Shield
Out (Black)

Previous Device

Out+ (Red)
In

(White)

In+

(Green)

Next Device

+24 V
+24 V

24 Vdc

Previous Device

Ground
Ground

Ground

Next Device

Black Red White Green

Circuit Breaker
Secondary
Connections

F2+

F1

24 Vdc #2
(optional, but recommended)

UC3

Comm
E1

E2

E3

E4

E5

E6

Protection
Module

In+

In

Out+

Out

Ground

+24 Vdc

Trip Unit

IR

Breaker
Communication
Module

Peer-to-Peer
Internal
Communication

Meter
Module

Primary
Circuit Breaker
Disconnect
(top)

Figure 1:

68

Current Sensor

Voltage pickup

Primary
Circuit Breaker
Disconnect
(bottom)

MICROLOGIC System Communication Wiring

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INDEX

described 3
custom and standard quantities 10

accumulated energy 22
address
for the MICROLOGIC trip unit, illustration 9
Address sync push button 7, 2728
advanced topics 23
alarms
levels (severities)
described 11
pre-assigned 12
setup 10
alternate (CM2) sign convention 24
architecture
trip unit 4

date/time
changing via HMI 26
synchronization 25
via Modbus master device 26
default alarm level characteristics (table) 11
demand
current, changing method or interval 19, 21
methods 19
peak 22
predicted 21
readings 18
demand power calculation methods 1920
device
address limitations, mixed-mode daisy chain

baud rate (from the HMI) 6


BCM (Modbus breaker communication module)
described 3
block interval demand 19

C
CCM (cradle communication module)
described 23
changing the demand current 19, 21
changing the demand power 21
changing the demand power method or interval

1920
changing the VAR and power factor sign convention 23
checklist
hardware setup 6
CM2 sign convention 24
CM2000 Circuit Monitors
firmware version 2
CM4000
communication through 5
communication
(RS-485 Modbus RTU) 4
link (peer-to-peer protocol) 3
with SMS
types 4
communication error 4
Communications Considerations 67
communications considerations 67
communications parameters
setting 6
composite device
defined 2
control outputs
errors 14
using 13
cradle communication module (CCM) 2

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address, from the HMI 6


resets 14
setup in SMS 8
setup tasks, overview 8

E
energy readings 2223
Error Codes 63
error codes, list 63
Ethernet
(Modbus TCP) communication, CM-4000
with Ethernet Communication Card 4
Ethernet Gateway
firmware version 1

F
features
MICROLOGIC Electronic Trip Units 1
functions
global, analog and digital 10

H
hardware
setup 6
HMI
defined 2
setting the address, baud rate, and parity 6
setting the demand calculation method and
interval 19
trip unit 28
human-machine interface
see HMI 2

I
IEC sign convention 24
IEEE sign convention 17, 23
installation
SMS 8
installation and device setup in SMS 8

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instruction bulletin
MICROLOGIC trip unit 1

protection module (PM)


described 2

metering
capabilities 15
module (MM)
described 2
real-time 15
MICROLOGIC
electronic trip unit instruction bulletin 1
MICROLOGIC Protection Settings table 13
MICROLOGIC Trip Unit Error Codes 63
min/max
conventions (power factor) 16
values 16
mixed-mode daisy chain
device address limitations 2
MM (trip unit metering module)
described 2

quantities
using 10
Quick Starts
SMS 8

N
nonvolatile memory 16, 22

O
on-board alarms
Type P and Type H 13
on-board harmonic analysis
Type H 23

P
parity (from the HMI) 6
peak demands 22
peer-to-peer protocol 3
PM (trip unit protection module)
described 2
power factor
changing the sign 23
min/max conventions 16
power supply
BCM 3
BCM and CCM 6
CCM 3
isolation of 3
trip unit 2
POWERLOGIC Ethernet Gateway
version 1
POWERLOGIC System Architecture and
Application Guide 4
ppendix 31
pre-assigned alarms 12
pre-assigned alarms (table) 12
pre-assigned alarms and events 12
pre-assigned task
device clock reset 13
predicted demand 21
Product Registration and Technical Support
Contacts document 2, 8

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R
real-time metering 15
real-time power quality quantities
Type H 23
Requirements for Using MICROLOGIC Devices

1
reset
MICROLOGIC trip units 14
resetting the device clock 13
RS-485 Modbus RTU protocol (trip unit
communication) 4

S
scan rate 4
serial (RS-485 Modbus RTU)
communication 4
Series 2000 Circuit Monitors
firmware 2
setpoints, on-board alarms 13
setting communications parameters 6
setup
hardware 6
setup in SMS 8
severity (alarm level) 11
sign conventions 17
VAR sign and power factor 23
sliding demand 19
SMS 1
Activity Log 28, 63
Alarm Log 28
installation 8
online help file 1
version requirement 1
standard quantities
list 29, 39
system architecture 4

T
Technical Support 2, 29, 31, 39
time synchronization 25
trip unit
address, illustration 9
described 2
errror codes 63
metering module (MM), described 2
power supply 2
protection module (PM), described 2
trip unit system 2, 9
troubleshooting 27

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Type A Standard Quantities 29


Type H harmonic analysis 23
Type H real-time power quality quantities 23
Type H Standard Quantities 39
Type H waveform capture 23
Type P and Type H on-board alarms 13
Type P Energy Readings (table) 22
Type P Standard Quantities 31

U
using control outputs 13
using custom quantities 10

V
VAR and PF sign conventions
changing from HMI 25
VAR sign convention
changing 23
changing in SMS 24
viewing information in SMS 10

W
waveform capture
Type H 23
wiring distances 67

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