Mitsubishi Electric EMU2 HM1 C Programming Manual PDF

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NOTICE When using Energy Measuring Unit EcoMonitorLight (EMU4-BD1-MB, EMU4-HD1-MB), EcoMonitorPlus(EMU4-BM1-MB, EMU4-HM1-MB, EMU4-LG1-MB) is necessary CC-Link communication is not available without optional plug-in module... In this manual, EMU4-BD1-MB or EMU4-HD1-MB means the main device of EcoMonitorLight with the optional plug-in module (model: EMU4-CM-C) and EMU4-BM1-MB or EMU4-HM1-MB means the main device of EcoMonitorPlus with the optional plug-in module(model: EMU4-CM-C)...

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CC-Link station type Remote device station (ver... 1 remote device station) Number of occupied stations 1 station Maximum number of stations per master station

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A total of 64 remote I/O stations, remote device stations, local stations, standby master stations, or intelligent device stations can be connected to a single master station... However, the following conditions must all be satisfied...

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A total of 64 remote I/O stations, remote device stations, local stations, standby master stations, or intelligent device stations can be connected to a single master station... However, the following conditions must all be satisfied...

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Normal Communication Transmit and receive the command to monitor the measurement value... (Refer to Section 6... 4,Section 7... 2... 2)

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When the programmable controller system is powered ON or the programmable controller CPU is reset, the network parameters in the programmable controller CPU are transferred to the master station and the data link is automatically started...

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This section explains the parameter settings using the GX Developer... For more details on the GX Developer operation, refer to the GX Developer Operating Manual... The explanations in this section are based on the following example of the system configuration...

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Device name - Select from Y, M, L, B, T, C, ST, D, W, R or ZR... Device number - Within the range of the device points that the CPU has...

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assigned until the last station number including reserved stations and occupied stations... In the example of the system configuration in this section, the last station number is "2"... Therefore, total of remote I/O points is 64 points (32 x 2 = 64) and total of remote register points is 8 points (4 x 2 = 8)... If refresh device of remote input (RX) is set to "X100" and that of remote register (RWr) is set to "W300", the end devices will be "X13F" and "W307" respectively...

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* "Number of exclusive stations" on the screen is described as "Number of occupied stations" in this manual... "Exclusive station 1" on the screen is described as "Occupies 1 station" in this manual

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There are three communication statuses (Initial Communication, Normal Communication, Error Communication) between the Master station and Measuring Unit... The following can be performed at normal communication... Monitoring of the measurement values such as the current, voltage and energy, etc... Setting the set data of the time constant for current demand...

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After the error reset request flag is turned on, the error status flag is turned off... After the error status flag is turned off, turn off the error reset request flag... After the error reset request flag is turned off, the remote READY is turned on and normal

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After the command completion reply flag is turned on, read the reply data from the remote register RWw... After reading the reply data, cancel the command execution request by turning off the command

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RXn4 Reserved RXn5 Alarm (total) Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXn6 Reserved RXn7 Reserved RXn8 Alarm of voltage Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXn9 Alarm of operating time2 Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXnA Alarm of operating time1 Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXnB Alarm of Pulse count2 Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXnC Alarm of Pulse count1 Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXnD Alarm of power factor Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note2 RXnE External input 2 OFF(open) ON(close) Note3

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RXn4 Contact Input OFF(open) ON(close) Note 4 RXn5 Alarm (total) Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note 2 RXn6 Reserved RXn7 Reserved RXn8 Alarm of Voltage Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note 2 RXn9 Reserved RXnA Reserved RXnB Reserved RXnC Reserved RXnD Alarm of Power factor Non-Alarm state Alarm state Note 2 RXnE Reserved

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RX(n+1)0 Reserved RX(n+1)1 Reserved RX(n+1)2 Reserved RX(n+1)3 Reserved RX(n+1)4 Reserved RX(n+1)5 Reserved RX(n+1)6 Reserved RX(n+1)7 Reserved

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Note 1: For the details, refer to 6... Communication Between the Master Station and Measuring Unit Note 2: The Alarm is output only when it is set in the Measuring Unit... Note 3: Alarm of Pulse converted is available only when Setting of external input signal of EMU4-HM1-MB is setup

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1 X100 X11F 15 X2C0 X2D9 29 X480 X49F 2 X120 X13F 16 X2E0 X2F9 30 X4A0 X4B9 3 X140 X15F 17 X300 X31F 31 X4C0 X4D9 4 X160 X17F 18 X320 X33F 32 X4E0 X4F9 5 X180 X19F 19 X340 X35F 33 X500 X51F 6 X1A0 X1B9 20 X360 X37F 34 X520 X53F 7 X1C0 X1D9 21 X380 X39F 35 X540 X55F 8 X1E0 X1F9 22 X3A0 X3B9 36 X560 X57F 9 X200 X21F 23 X3C0 X3D9 37 X580 X59F 10 X220 X23F 24 X3E0 X3F9 38 X5A0 X5B9 11 X240 X25F 25 X400 X41F 39 X5C0 X5D9 12 X260 X27F 26 X420 X43F 40 X5E0 X5F9 13 X280 X29F 27 X440 X45F 41 X600 X61F 14 X2A0 X2B9 28 X460 X47F 42 X620 X63F

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RYn0 Reserved RYn1 Reserved RYn2 Reserved RYn3 Reserved RYn4 Reserved RYn5 Reserved RYn6 Reserved RYn7 Reserved RYn8 Reserved RYn9 Reserved RYnA Reserved RYnB Reserved RYnC Reserved RYnD Reserved RYnE Reserved

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1 Y100 Y11F 15 Y2C0 Y2D9 29 Y480 Y49F 2 Y120 Y13F 16 Y2E0 Y2F9 30 Y4A0 Y4B9 3 Y140 Y15F 17 Y300 Y31F 31 Y4C0 Y4D9 4 Y160 Y17F 18 Y320 Y33F 32 Y4E0 Y4F9 5 Y180 Y19F 19 Y340 Y35F 33 Y500 Y51F 6 Y1A0 Y1B9 20 Y360 Y37F 34 Y520 Y53F 7 Y1C0 Y1D9 21 Y380 Y39F 35 Y540 Y55F 8 Y1E0 Y1F9 22 Y3A0 Y3B9 36 Y560 Y57F 9 Y200 Y21F 23 Y3C0 Y3D9 37 Y580 Y59F 10 Y220 Y23F 24 Y3E0 Y3F9 38 Y5A0 Y5B9 11 Y240 Y25F 25 Y400 Y41F 39 Y5C0 Y5D9 12 Y260 Y27F 26 Y420 Y43F 40 Y5E0 Y5F9 13 Y280 Y29F 27 Y440 Y45F 41 Y600 Y61F 14 Y2A0 Y2B9 28 Y460 Y47F 42 Y620 Y63F

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The remote register RWr and RWw are used to communicate word data between the master station and Measuring Unit... Because it occupiers 1 station, the remote registers RWr and RWw each have 4 words in length... Measuring Unit has the special-purpose commands for each measurement items and setting items... It becomes possible to monitor each measurement values or set each parameters by writing into the remote register RWw of the master station command and the related data allocated to the item you want to monitor or set... (1) Relationships between programmable controller CPU, master module and Mearing Unit(RWr)

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1 W300 W303 15 W338 W33B 29 W370 W373 2 W304 W307 16 W33C W33F 30 W374 W377 3 W308 W30B 17 W340 W343 31 W378 W37B 4 W30C W30F 18 W344 W347 32 W37C W37F 5 W310 W313 19 W348 W34B 33 W380 W383 6 W314 W317 20 W34C W34F 34 W384 W387 7 W318 W31B 21 W350 W353 35 W388 W38B 8 W31C W31F 22 W354 W357 36 W38C W38F 9 W320 W323 23 W358 W35B 37 W390 W393 10 W324 W327 24 W35C W35F 38 W394 W397 11 W328 W32B 25 W360 W363 39 W398 W39B 12 W32C W32F 26 W364 W367 40 W39C W39F 13 W330 W333 27 W368 W36B 41 W3A0 W3A3 14 W334 W337 28 W36C W36F 42 W3A4 W3A7

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1 W400 W403 15 W438 W43B 29 W470 W473 2 W404 W407 16 W43C W43F 30 W474 W477 3 W408 W40B 17 W440 W443 31 W478 W47B 4 W40C W40F 18 W444 W447 32 W47C W47F 5 W410 W413 19 W448 W44B 33 W480 W483 6 W414 W417 20 W44C W44F 34 W484 W487 7 W418 W41B 21 W450 W453 35 W488 W48B 8 W41C W41F 22 W454 W457 36 W48C W48F 9 W420 W423 23 W458 W45B 37 W490 W493 10 W424 W427 24 W45C W45F 38 W494 W497 11 W428 W42B 25 W460 W463 39 W498 W49B 12 W42C W42F 26 W464 W467 40 W49C W49F 13 W430 W433 27 W468 W46B 41 W4A0 W4A3 14 W434 W437 28 W46C W46F 42 W4A4 W4A7

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2: The command execution request flag and command completion reply flag are used to send the command and receive replay data... For details of each flag, refer to 6... 4 Normal Communication...

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flag to ON(1)... When the command completion reply frag is turned on, the item specified is reset... The details of the data format are shown in the Data Composition Table 7... 4 to Table 7... 10... The monitoring item is changed with the setting of phase wire system... (Refer to Table 7... 3... )

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Table 7... 2 Group Channel List for Data Monitor Command (1H) (1/15) Group

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1-2 voltage 1-2 voltage 1-N voltage 1-N voltage Voltage 2-3 voltage 2-3 voltage 2-N voltage 2-N voltage - 3-1 voltage 3-1 voltage 1-3 voltage 1-3 voltage - Phase 1 current Phase 1 current Phase 1 current Phase 1 current Current Phase 2 current Phase 2 current Phase N current Phase N current - Phase 3 current Phase 3 current Phase 3 current Phase 2 current -

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Inst... : Instantaneous value... Max... : Maximum value... Min... : Minimum value... RMS... : Root-Mean-Square value...

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Inst... : Instantaneous value... Max... : Maximum value... Min... : Minimum value... RMS... : Root-Mean-Square value...

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Inst... : Instantaneous value... Max... : Maximum value... Min... : Minimum value... RMS... : Root-Mean-Square value...

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Inst... : Instantaneous value... Max... : Maximum value... Min... : Minimum value... RMS... : Root-Mean-Square value...

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83 E6 Unit of pulse output 87 E2 Counting operating time 8E E2 Counting operating time(3side) 87 E3 Counting method of operating time

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76 86 Measurement Harmonics total voltage distortion ratio(1-2) %

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77 86 Measurement Harmonics total voltage distortion ratio(1-N) %

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75 B2 *1 Measurement Phase 3 current harmonic distortion A RMS... Total

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*1: If phase wire system is set to single-phase 2-wire, Out-of-range error occurs... *2: If phase wire system is set to except three-phase 4-wire, Out-of-range error occurs... *3: Multiplicand and effective range is fixed for each items according to phase wire system, primary voltage and primary

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7A 88 Differential conversion value mA 11 89 Leak current monitoring element

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91 E1 Limit B setting(Ch1) 91 E2 Limit C setting(Ch1) 91 E3 Limit D setting(Ch1) 91 E4 Limit A setting(Ch2) 91 E5 Limit B setting(Ch2) 91 E6 Limit C setting(Ch2) 91 E7 Limit D setting(Ch2) 91 E8 Limit A setting(Ch3) 91 E9 Limit B setting(Ch3) 91 EA Limit C setting(Ch3) 91 EB Limit D setting(Ch3) 91 EC Limit A setting(Ch4) 91 ED Limit B setting(Ch4) 91 EE Limit C setting(Ch4) 91 EF Limit D setting(Ch4) 91 F0 Number over limit monitoring factor (Ch1)

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E0 99 Set-up External output setting E0 9A External output Channel E0 B0 External output alarm E0 9C Upper limit alarm (Ch1)

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91 01 Number over limit B(Ch1) Times 91 02 Number over limit C(Ch1) Times 91 03 Number over limit D(Ch1) Times 91 10 Number over limit A(Ch2) Times 91 11 Number over limit B(Ch2) Times 91 12 Number over limit C(Ch2) Times 91 13 Number over limit D(Ch2) Times 91 20 Number over limit A(Ch3) Times 91 21 Number over limit B(Ch3) Times 91 22 Number over limit C(Ch3) Times 91 23 Number over limit D(Ch3) Times 91 30 Number over limit A(Ch4) Times 91 31 Number over limit B(Ch4) Times 91 32 Number over limit C(Ch4) Times 91 33 Number over limit D(Ch4) Times A0 31 Alarm

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84 E5 Pulse conversion unit (CH2) 85 E5 Pulse conversion unit (CH3) 86 E5 Pulse conversion unit (CH4) E0 99 External output setting value E0 9A External output channel E0 9C Upper limit alarm (Ch1)

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You can change setting value of measuring unit by PLC... Writing the number of Group number and Channnel number of data to the memory... Please refer to Table 7... 3 for data group number and data channel number... *After writing the set-up value, about 5 seconds is needed to restart the measurement based on new set-up

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80A,100A,120A,150A,200A,250A,300A,400A,500A,600A,750A, 800A,1000A,1200A,1500A,1600A,2000A,2500A,3000A,4000A, 5000A,6000A,7500A,8000A,10000A,12000A,20000A,25000A,30000A

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E0:16 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 Minute [02:E0], [08: E0], [12:E0] is setup same value at once when setup left value in [E0: 16]... Setting value is read when read [E0: 16]... 900 is setup in [02:E0], [08: E0], [12:E0] when setting 15 in [E0: 16]... 0 is read when setting un supported value in [E0: 16]...

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Note 2: Effective value of primary voltage(L-L) is follows... 3P3W or 1P2W From the most significant digit to 3 digits can be freely setting in the range from 1V to 6600V... (When less than from 1V to 99V, to 2 digits... ) When setup 110V or 220V, Setup is Direct setup (Not use VT) in EMU4-BD1-MB... When setup 110V, 220V or 440V, Setup is Direct setup (Not use VT) in EMU4-HD1-MB... 1P3W 110V is valid only... 3P4W From the most significant digit to 3 digits can be freely setting in the range from 1V to 6600V... (When less than 1V-99V, to 2 digits... )

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Note 4 : The set value is the second unit value... (For example of 2 minutes, set as 120 seconds... ) About setting range, please refer to each users manuals... Note 5 : Multiplicand fixed for each items according to phase wire system, primary voltage and primary current... (For details, refer to 7... 2... 4 Significant digits and Multiplying factor)

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00H:Current demand upper limit 01H:Current demand lower limit 02H:N phase demand upper limit 03H:Line voltage upper limit 04H:Line voltage lower limit 05H:Phase voltage upper limit 06H:Phase voltage lower limit 07H:Electric power demand upper limit 08H:Electric power demand lower

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3P3W or 1P2W From the most significant digit to 3 digits can be freely setting in the range from 1V to 110000V... (When less than from 1V to 99V, to 2 digits... ) When setup 110V or 220V, setup is use VT in EMU4-BM1-MB... When setup 110V, 220V or 440V, setup is use VT inEMU4-HM1-MB, EMU4-A2, EMU4-VA2... 1P3W 110V is valid when use EMU4-BM1-MB... 110V and 220V is valid when use EMU4-HM1-MB, EMU4-A2, EMU4-VA2...

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Line voltage lower limit alarm Phase voltage lower limit alarm Electric energy demand upper limit alarm -120120% of Full load power Electric energy demand lower limit alarm Power factor upper limit alarm -51005% Power factor lower limit alarm Pulse conversion upper limit alarm 1999999... 999 Current unbalance rate upper limit alarm 0... 01999... 99 Voltage unbalance rate upper limit alarm

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00H:non-use 01H: Io1-alarm 02H: Io2-alarm 03H: Ior1-alarm 04H: Ior2-alarm 05H: Io1-alarm count upper limit 06H: Io2-alarm count upper limit 07H: Ior1-alarm count upper limit 08H: Ior2-alarm count upper limit

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91 E1 Limit B setting (Ch1) 91 E2 Limit C setting (Ch1) 91 E3 Limit D setting (Ch1) 91 E4 Limit A setting (Ch2) 91 E5 Limit B setting (Ch2) 91 E6 Limit C setting (Ch2) 91 E7 Limit D setting (Ch2) 91 E8 Limit A setting (Ch3) 91 E9 Limit B setting (Ch3) 91 EA Limit C setting (Ch3) 91 EB Limit D setting (Ch3) 91 EC Limit A setting (Ch4) 91 ED Limit B setting (Ch4) 91 EE Limit C setting (Ch4) 91 EF Limit D setting (Ch4) 91 F0 Number over limit monitoring

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E0 9F Delay (Ch1) 00H0sec01H5sec 02H10sec03H20 sec 04H30 sec05H40 sec 06H50 sec07H60 sec 08H120 sec09H180 sec 0AH240 sec0BH300 sec

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84 E4 Pulse conversion (CH2) 85 E4 Pulse conversion (CH3) 86 E4 Pulse conversion (CH4) 83 E5 Pulse conversion unit (CH1) 00HNon01HWh02HkWh03HMWh

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Multiplicand is fixed for every item according to settings of primary current, primary voltage, and phase wiring... (Refer to P43... )

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Multiplicand is fixed for every item according to settings of primary current, primary voltage, and phase wiring... (Refer to 7... 2... 4 Significant digits and Multiplying factor)

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Contact input in EMU3-DP1-C... Note2 : b0 (Pulse count) is available only when external input signal setup is Pulse input in EMU4-HD1-MB... Note3 : b4 (Contact input) is available only when external input signal setup is Contact input in EMU4-HD1-MB...

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b15 Reserved Note1 : b0 - b3 (Alarm) is upper limit alarm only in using EMU4-PX4... Note2 : b0 - b3 (Alarm) is available when setting pulse input in each external input setup ... Note3 : b4, b6 b8 (Contact input) is available when setting contact input in each external input setup ...

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Note1 : b0 (Pulse converted alarm) is available only when external input signal setup is Pulse input in EMU4-HM1-MB...

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Multiplicand is fixed for every item according to settings of primary current, primary voltage, and phase wiring... (Refer to 7... 2... 4 Significant digits and Multiplying factor)

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EMU2-RD1-C 31H EMU2-RD3-C 33H EMU2-RD5-C 35H EMU2-RD7-C 37H EMU2-RD2-C-4W 52H EMU2-RD4-C-4W 54H EMU3-DP1-C 61H EMU4-BD1-MB 01H EMU4-HD1-MB 02H EMU4-BM1-MB 03H EMU4-HM1-MB 04H EMU4-A2 05H EMU4-VA2 06H EMU4-LG1-MB 07H EMU4-AX4 09H EMU4-PX4 0AH

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Note1: All Max and Min value is reset... Electric Energy and Reactive power (Integrated) is 0kWh (kvarh)... Note2: All Max and Min value is reset... Electric Energy and Reactive power (Integrated) is 0kWh (kvarh)... Note3: All measurement data reset is contained the occurance time... Note4: Pulse count is 0pulse , Operating Time is 0min and Electric Energy in Operating Time is 0kWh in EMU3-DP1-C...

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EMU4-HM1-MB Electric energy, Reactive power, Pulse count, Pulse conversion, Operating time, Periodic electric energy, Electric energy conversion

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Note 1: Reset integrate value is showed in below items... Pulse count, Pulse conversion, Operating time Note 2: Reset value is showed in below items... Pulse count, Pulse conversion, Oerating time Note 3: This is only available only when setting external output setting value is contact output...

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Year data : Last two digits of year (05H indicates 2005... )

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Numerical value: 32-bit integer with a sign However, the effective numerical value is 0999999 0HF423FH

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7... 5 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 8 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 10 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit

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5 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 6 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 7... 5 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 8 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 10 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 12 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 15 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit

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125 3digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit

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EMU4-BD1-MB, EMU4-HD1-MB Vertical axis Primary current setting value Horizontal axis Primary voltage setting value, Phase wire system setting value...

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1000 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit

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EMU4-BM1-MB, EMU4-HM1-MB, EMU4-A2, EMU4-VA2 Vertical axis Primary current setting value Horizontal axis Primary voltage setting value, Phase wire system setting value...

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5 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 3digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit

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1000 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit

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5 2digit 6 2digit 7... 5 2digit 8 2digit 10 2digit 12 2digit 15 2digit 20 2digit 25 2digit 30 2digit 40 1digit 50 1digit 60 1digit 1digit 75 1digit 80 1digit 100 1digit 120 1digit 125 1digit 150 1digit 200 1digit 250 1digit 300 1digit 400 x1 500 x1 600 x1 750 x1 800 x1 1000 x1 1200 x1 1500 x1 1600 x1 2000 x1 2500 x1 3000 x1 4000 x10 5000 x10 6000 x10 7500 x10 8000 x10 10000 x10 12000 x10 20000 x10 25000 x10 30000 x10

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Less than 40A Decimal 3 digit 40A to 400A Decimal 2 digit 400A to 4000A Decimal 2 digit More than 4000A Integer

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1P2W 440 x1 x1 x1 1P3W 690 x1 3P3W 1100 x1 2200 x1 3300 x10 6600 x10 11000 x10 13200 x10 13800 x10 15000 x10 16500 x10 22000 x10 24000 x10 33000 x10 66000 x10 77000 x10 110000 x10 63... 5/110 1digit 110/190 1digit 3P4W 120/208 1digit 220/380 1digit 240/415 1digit 254/440 x1

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Less than 300V Decimal 1 digit 300V to 3000V Intenger1 More than 3000V Intenger10

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7... 5 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit x1 x1 x1 8 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit x1 x1 x1 10 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit x1 x1 x1

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5 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 6 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 7... 5 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 8 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 10 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 12 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 15 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit

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125 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit

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7... 5 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit

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7... 5 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit

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5 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit 1digit x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 2digit 2digit

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750 x1 x1 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 800 x1 x1 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 1000 x1 x1 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 1200 x1 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 1500 x1 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 1600 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 2000 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 2500 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 3000 x1 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 4000 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 5000 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 6000 x1 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 7500 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 8000 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 10000 x10 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 *1 12000 x10 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 *1 *1 20000 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 *1 *1 25000 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 *1 *1 *1 30000 x10 x10 x100 x100 x100 x100 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 x1000 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1

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7... 5 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit 2digit

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0... 001 or more Less than 0... 01 Decimal 3 digit 0... 01 or more Less than0... 1 Decimal 2 digit 0... 1 or more Less than 1 Decimal 1 digit 1 or more Less than 10 Intenger1 10 or more Less than 100 Intenger10 100 or more Less than 1000 Intenger100 1000 or more Less than 10000 Intenger1000

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0kW12kW less than 10-5 12kW120kW less than 10-4 120kW1200kW less than 10-3 1200kW12000kW less than 10-2 12000kW120000kW less than 10-1 120000kW or more 1

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Effective Range and Multiplicand <For EMU4-BM1-MB / EMU4-HM1-MB / EMU4-A2 / EMU4-VA2> The conditions of multiplying factor by setup of each element are shown below...

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If an error occurs, the error code is written into the RWrn as shown in the figure below, and RX(n+1)A (error status flag) is turned on (error occurrence) and RX(n+1)B (remote READY) is turned off (normal communication stop)... For the error resetting method, refer to 6... 3 Error Communication...

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Controlled by a master station... Intelligent device station Station that can perform transient transmission... RX Remote input RY Remote output RWw Remote resister (write area) RWr Remote resister (read area) Command Identification code allocated to items to be monitored or set...

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9... Program Example This chapter provides example programs of two types... One is the program to monitor only active energy from a Measuring Unit... Another is the program to monitor the multi-items from two units of Measuring Unit... *1... Sample programs are for Q series programmable controller... *2... Sample programs are created by using SW8D5C-GPPW GX Developer... *3... The refresh set with the automatic refresh parameters and the refresh executed with the FROM/TO instructions cannot be performed simultaneously...

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Parameter settings are set as following with GX Developer... (1) Network Parameter Settings and Auto Refresh Parameter Settings The following is shown CC-Link network parameter settings and auto refresh parameter settings...

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Y100 Device name - Select from Y, M, L, B, T, C, ST, D, W, R or ZR... Device number - Within the range of the device points that the CPU has...

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(3) Station Information Settings Station information settings are as follows...

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(4) File Register Settings This program example uses file registers R (ZR)... The procedures of file register settings are as follows... 1) Double-click PLC parameter... 2) Select PLC file... 3) Select Use the same file name as the program or Use the following file and set the each item... In details, refer to the manual for the CPU module used...

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Note: Set the D400 to D403 same as that set device in (iii) Example of Normal Communication... Depending on the data that you want to monitor, the setting data vary...

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For details, refer to 7... 2... 3... Details of Commands (2) Example of Initial After confirming if data link is normal or not, the initial process is performed only when the connection status is normal...

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X0F This signal indicates whether the module is ready for operation... When the module becomes ready, this signal turns on... This signal turns off under either condition... An error has been detected in the switch setting of the module... Module error (Xn0) turns on...

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(3) Example of Normal Communication This program describes an example of monitoring of measurement values...

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M100 Command setting completion flag... Devices in a CPU module... (User selectable) M101 Transmitting completion flag... Devices in a CPU module... (User selectable) T11 Transmission starts time... Devices in a CPU module... (User selectable) T12 Time-out... Devices in a CPU module... (User selectable) R0 Receiving data (Index number) Devices in a CPU module... (User selectable)

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On the basis of the index number, multiply the numerical value by the multiplicand in the host side... In details of index number and numerical value, refer to 7... 2... 3Details of Commands... Receiving data Numerical value is 32-bit integer with a sign... -21474836482147483647 (80000000H7FFFFFFFH)

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Command Descriptions Data Set Data set is the command that changes setting data of Measuring Unit... The following is an example of

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This section shows an example the program to monitor only active energy from a Measuring Unit whose station number is 1... This program example is assumed the system configuration in below and the I/O number of the master station is X/Y00 to X/Y 1F...

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Parameter settings are set as following with GX Developer... (1) Network Parameter Settings and Auto Refresh Parameter Settings

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Station information settings are as follows...

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This program example uses file registers (ZR)... The procedures of file register settings are as follows... 1) Double-click PLC parameter... 2) Select PLC file... 3) Select Use the same file name as the program or Use the following file and set the each item... In details, refer to the manual for the CPU module used...

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Index of select the Station Z0 Index of remote I/O for measuring unit Z2 Index of remote register Z3 Index of measuring items Z4 Index of storing receiving data Z5

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Setting number of monitoring items and circuits, monitor setting data in each circuit in sample program of Station1... Please refer to sample program of Station1 when the data is different from each circuit...

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Measuring module for Station2 Setting number of monitoring items and circuits, monitor setting data in each circuit in sample program of Station2... Please refer to sample program of Station2 when the data is same in each circuit...

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<W(total): circuit1,Station1 (Group, Module)>

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<kWh: circuit1,station1 (Group, Module) >

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<W(total): circuit2, Station1 (Group, Module)>

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<Set the sending data :station2> <I1, Station2 (Group, Module)

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Storing Receive data (Magnificant) Station1

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Initial data processing request flag2 station2

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Storing Receiving data (Magnificant) Station2

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Values displayed on the screen can be monitored... Measurement elements not displayed on the screen are zero (only power factor is 1... 000)... Therefore, switch the display screen by button operation... (About button operation, refer to the each instrument manual... ) When DI1 to DI3 are used, it is also possible to monitor the digital input status...

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