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Acuvim II Series

Quick Setup Guide

yy Appearance and Dimension


yy Installation Method
yy Terminals
yy Wiring Diagram
yy Settings Mode
yy Communication
yy I/O Options
yy Alarming
yy Data Logging
yy DIN Rail Installation
yy Specifications
Appearance and Dimension Units: mm(inches)

Multifunction Power Meter


96.00 (3.800)


Gasket

H P E V/A

96.00 (3.800)

Front View of the Display Meter Gasket


and Remote Display Unit
7.60 (0.300)

38.00 (1.496)

91.00 (3.583)
91.00 (3.583)

91.00 (3.583)

35.90 35.90 35.90


(1.413)
(1.413) (1.413)
10.00
50.70 (1.996) 50.70 (1.996) 14.00
(0.394)
(0.551)

Side View of the Side View of the Side View of the


Display Meter Remote Display Unit DIN rail Meter


Rear View Rear View of the Remote Installation Clip
Display Unit

Part Name Description


LCD Display Large bright white backlight LCD display.
Visible portion (for display and control) after mounting
Front Casing
onto a panel.
Key Four keys are used to select display and set.
The Acuvim II series meter enclosures is made of high
Enclosure
strength anti-combustible engineering plastic.
DIN rail Used for Installation 35mm rail of the DIN rail Meter.
Voltage Input Terminals Used for voltage input.
Current Input Terminals Used for current input.
Power Supply Terminals Used for aux. power supply input.
Communication Terminals Communication output.
Used for link the remote display unit and the DIN rail
Interface
meter.
Installation Clip Used for fixing the meter to the panel.
Insert the gasket in between the meter and the
Gasket
cutout to cover up gaps from the round hole.

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Installation Method
Environment
Make sure meter is installed in a dry and dust free environment. Avoid placing
meter near to heat, radiation and strong electrical interference sources. Meter's
working temperature range is from -25oC to 70oC.
Meter can be installed into an ANSI C39.1 (4'' round) or an IEC 92mm DIN (square)
form.

Installation Steps
1. Cut a square or a round hole on the panel.
Units: mm(inches)

101.6 +0.5
-0.0
(4.000)
92.00 +0.5
-0.0
(3.622)

Cutt ing Cu tt in g
Cutting

92.00 +0.5
-0.0
(3.622)
Panel
Panel

2. Remove installation clips from the meter and insert the meter into the square
or round hole from the front side. Insert the gasket in between the meter and the
cutout to cover up gaps from the round hole and to ensure the IP ratings.

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Gasket Gasket

Panel Panel

3. Install clips back to the meter from the backside and push the clip tightly so
that meter is fixed on the panel.

Panel

Note: The display meter and the remote display unit have the same installation
method. The DIN rail meter have a quite other installation method, it must be
installed on the 35mm rail. You can references the others DIN rail meters for the
details installation method.

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Terminals
Terminal Strips

7 8 9 10 I11 I12 I21 I22 I31 I32


V1 V2 V3 VN 1 2 3 4 5 6
Voltage Input Current Input

11 12 13 Comm Port
L/+ N/- A B S
Power Supply 14 15 16
Power Supply Communication

The meter has 2 current input options available for different applications.
1. Standard: 5Aac
2. Optional: 1Aac

Ground Terminal Connection


Before setting up the meter's wiring, please connect the meter's ground terminal
and the switch gear's ground terminal together.

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Auxiliary Power
The meter has 2 auxiliary power supply options available for different applications
(aux. power supply terminals are 11, 12, 13).
1. Universal (standard): 100~415Vac, 50/60Hz; 100~300Vdc
2. Low Voltage DC Power: 20~60Vdc
Please make sure the right type before powering up the meter.

Wiring Diagram
The following shows two typical wiring input configurations:

LI NE LI NE
A B C N A B C
1A FUSE

1A FUSE

Terminal block Terminal block


15 I1 1 10 9 8 7
15 I1 1 10 9 8 7

VN V3 V2 V1 VN V3 V2 V1
26 I12 62 I12

37 I21 37 I21
Ac uv im II
Ac uv im II
48 I22 84 I22

59 I31 59 I31

6 I32 6 I32

LOAD LOAD

3 phase 4 wire (3LN, 3CT) 3 phase 3 wire (2LL, 3CT)

Please refer to Acuvim II user's manual section 2.3 for other wiring configuration
details.

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Settings Mode
Meter Settings
Press V/A and H together to enter the mode selection screen. Press P or E to
move the cursor left or right respectively to "Setting" tab then press V/A. Before
accessing the parameter setting mode, a four digit password is required every
time. The default password is 0000.
4 options are available in the parameter selection
page. "SYS" for system parameter, "I/O" for I/O module
parameter, "NET" for Ethernet module parameter, "ALM" for
alarm parameter. Press P or E to move the cursor down or
up respectively. Press V/A to enter the selected parameter
settings page.

Wiring Diagram, PT and CT Settings


Enter SYS page, press P or E to scroll through setting pages, press V/A to change
a parameter. Scroll to page S04 for voltage wiring, S05 for current wiring, S06
for primary side PT ratio, S07 for secondary side PT ratio, S08 for primary side CT
ratio, S09 for secondary side CT ratio. For PT and CT ratio settings, press P or E to
increase or decrease digit by 1 respectively, press H to move cursor to next digit,
press V/A to accept change.

Communication
The meter has a standard RS485 communication port and optional Ethernet or
Profibus communication modules. The meter supports dual communication
which means the RS485 serial communication can be used together with either
Ethernet or Profibus connection.

Serial Communication Settings


Serial communication terminals are A, B, S (14, 15, 16). A is differential signal +,

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B is differential signal and S is shield. Up to 32 devices can be connected on a
RS485 bus. The overall length of the bus cannot exceed 1200m (4000ft). When
multiple meters are connected serially on the same RS485 bus, each meter shall
have a different device address. Enter SYS page and scroll to page S01 to set the
device address. This address can be any integer between 1 and 247.
Baud rate can be selected from one of the six values: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
19200 and 38400 bps. Acuvim IIR/IIE needs to set S31 Parity to one of the
followings: Odd, Even, None1 (stop bit 1), None2 (stop bit 2). By default it is set as
None1.

Ethernet Communication Settings (if equipped)


Enter NET page, press P or E to scroll through setting pages, press V/A to change
a parameter. Scroll to page N02 for IP address, N03 for subnet, N04 for gateway,
N07 for Modbus port, N08 for HTTP port. To set a value, press P or E to increase or
decrease digit by 1 respectively, press H to move cursor to next digit, press V/A to
accept change.

I/O Options (if equipped)


Three types of IO modules with different IO combinations are available:
Digital Input Relay Output VDC
AXM-IO1:
AXM-IO1

6DI, 2RO, 1Power


Supply for DI
DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DI5 DI6 DIC RO1 RO2 ROC V+ V-

Digital Input Analog Output Digital Output


AXM-IO2

AXM-IO2:
4DI, 2DO, 2AO
DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DIC AO1+ AO1- AO2+ AO2- DO1 DO2 DOC

Digital Input Relay Output Analog Input


AXM-IO3

AXM-IO3:
4DI, 2RO, 2AI
DI1 DI2 DI3 DI4 DIC RO1 RO2 ROC AI1+ AI1- AI2+ AI2-

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Note: Maximum 3 modules for 1 meter, only 1 communication module for 1 meter
and maximum of 2 same type IO module for 1 meter.
IO parameters can be set or viewed either from the meter front or through
communication using utility software. Please refer to IO modules user's manual
chapter 3 for operation details.

I/O Module Appearance and Dimension Unit: mm (inches)


90.00 (3.543)

55.60 (2.189) 19.50 (0.768)

Digital Input (DI)


External power supply (20~160 Vac/dc) is required for the digital inputs. DI can be
used as pulse counter, to monitor switch status or to monitor sequence of events.

Digital Output (DO)


Two modes available: alarm output, energy pulse output. One module only
supports one mode at a time. In alarming mode, conditions can be set using the
utility software. In energy pulse mode, output parameters can be set from the
meter front or from the utility software.

Relay Output (RO)


Two modes available: control (latch or pulse) and alarm output (latch only).
One module only supports one mode at a time. In control mode, relays can be
switched on and off from the utility software. In alarming mode, conditions can
be set using the utility software.
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Analog Output (AI)
Each module only supports one type of input (either current option or voltage
option). Tracking object and upper/lower limit can be set from the front panel
control keys or from the utility software.

Analog Output (AO)


Each module only supports one type of output (either current option or voltage
option). Tracking object and upper/lower limit can be set from the front panel
control keys or from the utility software.

Alarming
16 alarming channels can be selected from 48 available parameters. Alarming
channels and conditions can be set from the utility software. Please refer to
Acuvim II users manual section 4.4 for details.

Data Logging (Acuvim IIR/IIE only)


Acuvim IIR/IIE has a total of 4MB of on board memory for data logging purposes,
which can be allocated among 3 different logs. A maximum of 117 parameters
can be assigned to each log. Logging interval can be selected from 1 min to
1440 mins (1 day). Data logging settings can be set and viewed using the utility
software. Please refer to Acuvim II users manual section 4.5 and 6.3 for details.

DIN Rail Installation


Except the LCD display and the front panel control keys, the meter with DIN rail
mount option includes the same functions as the panel mount version. The
default device address and the default baud rate of the DIN rail meter are 1 and
9600 respectively. Those two default values will always be used for the first
minute after the meter is powered on. The device address and the baud rate of
the meter will change to the user defined values after the first minute.

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Specifications
Voltage Input
Nominal Full Scale 400Vac L-N, 690Vac L-L
Withstand 1500Vac continuous
3250Vac, 50/60Hz for 1minute
Input Impedance 2Mohm per phase
Metering Frequency 45Hz~65Hz
Pickup Voltage 10Vac (30Vac for Acuvim IIR)
Accuracy 0.2% full scale
Current Inputs (Each Channel)
Nominal Current 5A
Metering Range 0~10A ac
Withstand 20Arms continuous,
100Arms for 1second, non-recurring
Burden 0.05VA (typical) @ 5Arms
Pickup Current 0.1% of nominal
Accuracy 0.2% full scale
AC/DC Control Power
Operating Range 100~415Vac, 50/60Hz; 100~300Vdc
Burden 5W
Withstand 3250Vac, 50/60Hz 1min
Installation Category III (Distribution)
Low Voltage DC control Power (Optional)
Operating Range 20~60Vdc
Burden 5W

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Document#1040E3103 Revision Date: Nov., 2010