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  • M24 - 2 analogue outputs, M42 - 4 analogue outputs Programmable multi-transducer

    Symbols

    Symbols Meaning

    Symbols Meaning

    X X0 X1 X2 Y Y0 Y1 Y2

    U Ur U12 U23 U31 U1N U2N U3N UM

    I I1 I2 I3 Ir IM IMS IB

    IBT BS

    BST φ F Fn

    P P1 P2 P3

    Measured variable

    Lower limit of the measured variable

    Break point of the measured variable

    Upper limit of the measured variable

    Output variable

    Lower limit of the output variable

    Break point of the output variable

    Upper limit of the output variable

    Input voltage

    Rated value of the input voltage

    Phase-to-phase voltage L1 - L2

    Phase-to-phase voltage L2 - L3

    Phase-to-phase voltage L3 - L1

    Phase-to-phase voltage L1 - N

    Phase-to-phase voltage L2 - N

    Phase-to-phase voltage L3 - N

    Average value of the voltages (U1N + U2N + U3N) / 3

    Input current

    AC current L1

    AC current L2

    AC current L3

    Rated value of the input current

    Average value of currents (I1 + I2 + I3) / 3

    Average value of the currents and sign of the active power (P)

    RMS value of the current with wire setting range (bimetal measuring function)

    Response time for IB

    Slave pointer function for the measurement of the RMS value IB

    Response time for BS

    Phase-shift between current and voltage

    Frequency of the input variable

    Rated frequency

    Active power of the system P = P1 + P2 + P3

    Active power phase 1 (phase-to-neutral L1 - N)

    Active power phase 2 (phase-to-neutral L2 - N)

    Active power phase 3 (phase-to-neutral L3 - N)

    Q Q1 Q2 Q3

    S S1 S2 S3 Sr

    PF PF1 PF2 PF3 QF QF1 QF2 QF3 LF LF1

    LF2

    LF3 C R Rn H Hn CT VT

    Reactive power of the system

    Q = Q1 + Q2 + Q3

    Reactive power phase 1 (phase-to-neutral L1 - N)

    Reactive power phase 2 (phase-to-neutral L2 - N)

    Reactive power phase 3 (phase-to-neutral L3 - N)

    Apparent power of the system S=

    Apparent power phase 1 (phase-to-neutral L1 - N)

    Apparent power phase 2 (phase-to-neutral L2 - N)

    Apparent power phase 2 (phase-to-neutral L3 - N)

    Rated value of the apparent power of the system

    Active power factor cos φ = P/S

    Active power factor phase 1 P1/S1 Active power factor phase 2 P2/S2 Active power factor phase 3 P3/S3 Reactive power factor sin φ = Q/S

    Reactive power factor phase 1 Q/S

    Reactive power factor phase 2 Q2/S2

    Reactive power factor phase 3 Q3/S3

    Power factor of the system

    LF = sgn Q • (1-|PF|)

    Power factor phase 1 sgnQ1 • (1-|PF1|)

    Power factor phase 2 sgnQ2 • (1-|PF2|)

    Power factor phase 3 sgnQ3 • (1-|PF3|)

    Factor for the intrinsic error

    Output load

    Rated burden

    Power supply

    Rated value of the power supply

    c.t. ratio

    v.t. ratio

    -2-

    I 2 + 2 .  2 U I 2 + I U U 2 2 1 1 3 2 3 + 2 +

  • M24 - 2 analogue outputs, M42 - 4 analogue outputs Programmable multi-transducer

    Applicable standards and regulations DIN EN 60 688 Electrical measuring transducers for

    converting AC electrical variables into analogue and digital signals

    IEC 1010 or EN 61 010

    Safety regulations for electrical measuring, control and laboratory equipment

    EN 60529 Protection types by case (code IP) IEC 255-4 Part E5 High-frequency interference test

    (solid-state relays only) IEC 1000-4-2,3,4,6 Electromagnetic compatibility for

    industrial process measurement and control equipment

    VDI/VDE 3540 Page 2

    Reliability of measuring and control equipment (classification of climates)

    DIN 40 110 AC quantities DIN 43 807 Terminal markings IEC 68/2-6 Basic environmental testing procedures,

    vibration, sinusoidal

    IEC 1036 Solid state AC watt hour meters for active power (Classes 1 and 2)

    DIN 43864 Current interface for the transmission of impulses between impulse encoder counter and tariff meter

    UL 94 Tests for flammability of plastic materials for parts in devices and appliances

    Technical data Inputs Input variables: see Table 2 and 3 Measuring ranges: see Table 2 and 3 Waveform: Sinusoidal Rated frequency: 50…60 Hz; 16 2/3 Hz Consumption: Voltage circuit: ≤ U² / 400 kW

    Condition external power supply Current circuit: 0.3 VA • I/5 A

    Continuous thermal ratings of inputs

    Current circuit 10 A 400V single- phase AC system 693 V three-phase system