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SENTRON
Power Monitoring Device
SENTRON PAC4200
Manual
09/2008
A5E02316180B-01
Introduction
Safety instructions
Description
Operation planning
Installation
Connecting
Startup
Operator control
Parameterizing
Service and maintenance
Technical data
Dimension drawings
Appendix
ESD guidelines
List of abbreviations
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  • Page 1 Introduction Safety instructions Description SENTRON Operation planning Power Monitoring Device SENTRON PAC4200 Installation Connecting Manual Startup Operator control Parameterizing Service and maintenance Technical data Dimension drawings Appendix ESD guidelines List of abbreviations 09/2008 A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 2: Manual

    Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Digital inputs and outputs......................42 3.10 Ethernet port ..........................44 3.11 Slots for expansion modules......................45 3.12 Serial gateway..........................46 3.13 Insertion openings........................48 3.14 Password protection ........................49 3.15 User-definable display of measured variables................50 3.16 Events ............................51 Operation planning ..........................55 Operation planning........................55 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 4 Operator input steps in the "MAIN MENU" ................113 8.2.3 Operator input steps in the "SETTINGS" menu ................ 114 8.2.4 Operator input steps in device settings display................. 114 Operator input steps in edit mode of the device settings............115 8.2.5 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 5 Measured variables for the load profile with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 .......206 A.3.6 Tariff-specific energy values in double format with the function codes 0x03, 0x04, and 0x10 ............................208 A.3.7 Tariff-specific energy values in float format with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04....208 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 6 Measured variables available without a time stamp ..............196 Table A- 2 Meaning of the abbreviations in the "Access" column .............. 202 Table A- 3 Structure - Digital Inputs Status and Digital Outputs Status ............. 203 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 7 Instantaneous and maximum values of the harmonics of the ph-ph voltage referred to the fundamental ..........................37 Figure 3-6 Graph of the phasor diagram .......................38 Figure 3-7 Minimum value of the displacement angle φ with time stamp .............38 Figure 3-8 Value table for the phasor diagram....................38 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 8: Manual

    Pulse length and turn-off time ..................... 43 Figure 3-17 SENTRON PAC4200, rear......................45 Figure 3-18 SENTRON PAC4200 as a serial gateway .................. 46 Figure 3-19 Insertion openings of the SENTRON PAC4200................48 Figure 3-20 Example of a definable display (digital display) ................50 Figure 3-21 Example of a freely definable display (bar diagram)..............
  • Page 9: Sentron Pac4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5e02316180b-01

    Device setting "USE PTs?" ......................92 Figure 7-7 "VOLTAGE INPUTS" device setting ....................93 Figure 7-8 "CURRENT INPUTS" device setting....................94 Figure 8-1 User interface of SENTRON PAC4200 ..................97 Figure 8-2 Information structure and navigation ..................100 Figure 8-3 Scroll bar of the menu list ......................101 Figure 8-4 Start of the list/end of the list......................102...
  • Page 10: Manual

    Frame dimensions with optional PAC PROFIBUS DP expansion module connected, device with ring lug terminals ....................166 Figure 12-4 Side-by-side installation ......................167 Figure 12-5 Clearances, device with screw terminal (on the left), device with ring lug terminal (on the right) ............................167 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Introduction Purpose of this document This present manual describes the SENTRON PAC4200 Power Monitoring Device. It is intended for the use of: ● Planners ● Plant operators ● Commissioning engineers ● Service and maintenance personnel Required basic knowledge A general knowledge of the field of electrical engineering is required to understand this manual.
  • Page 12: Components Of The Product

    Contents of the data carrier Contents of the data carrier A data carrier (CD or DVD) is supplied with the SENTRON PAC4200 Power Monitoring Device. You will find the following files on the data carrier: ● Manual and operating instructions for SENTRON PAC4200 in all available languages ●...
  • Page 13: Table 1- 1 Contacts In Your Region - Worldwide

    Contacts in your region can provide support worldwide. Table 1- 1 Contacts in your region - worldwide Utility Address, number Internet: Service and support (http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) under "Contact > Contacts Worldwide" Support address: SIEMENS AG I IA CD MM 1 Gleiwitzerstr. 555...
  • Page 14: Further Documentation

    1.6 Further documentation Further documentation Overview You can find further details in the following manuals: ● "SENTRON PAC4200" operating instructions ● Manuals and operating instructions for the optional expansion modules ● SIMATIC NET "PROFIBUS network manual" SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 15: Safety Instructions

    Danger! High voltage Will cause death or serious injury. Turn off and lock out all power supplying this device before working on this device. Safety-related symbols on the device Figure 2-1 Safety-related symbols on the device SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 16 Symbol Meaning Danger of electric shock. Caution! General hazard area. See also Apply the measuring current (Page 95) Apply the measuring voltage (Page 95) Apply the supply voltage (Page 86) Replacing the battery (Page 147) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 17: Description

    Description Features SENTRON PAC4200 is a Power Monitoring Device for displaying, storing, and monitoring all relevant system parameters in low-voltage power distribution. It is capable of single-phase, two-phase, or three-phase measurement and can be used in two-wire, three-wire, four-wire, TN, TT, and IT systems.
  • Page 18: Table 3- 1 Device Versions

    ● Derivation of more than 300 measured variables from the basic measured variables with maximum and minimum values (slave pointer function). ● At the voltage terminals, SENTRON PAC4200 can be connected direct to 690 V industrial systems (max. 600 V for Vph, measuring category III, pollution degree 2). Higher voltages using voltage transformers.
  • Page 19 ● Direction of rotation. ● Status of the digital inputs. ● Operating status of SENTRON PAC4200. ● Resetting the device and the communication parameters to the factory default settings. ● Deleting recorded load profiles and events ●...
  • Page 20 ● Multifunctional digital outputs, programmable as pulse outputs for active energy or reactive energy pulses, for showing the direction of rotation, indicating the operating hours of SENTRON PAC4200, representing limit violations, or as switching outputs for remote control via PC.
  • Page 21: Measuring Inputs

    AC current measurement only The device is not suitable for measuring DC current. SENTRON PAC4200 is designed for: ● Measuring current of 1 A or 5 A for connecting standard current transformers. Each current measuring input can take a continuous load of 10 A. Surge withstand capability is possible for currents up to 100 A and a duration of 1 s.
  • Page 22: Measured Variables

    CAUTION Local power supply conditions Before connecting SENTRON PAC4200, you must ensure that the local power supply conditions agree with the specifications on the type plate. The short code of the connection type must be entered in the device settings at startup. You can find the instructions for parameterizing the connection type in the chapter "Starting up".
  • Page 23 ✓ ✓ ✓ – Total power factor ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ – Line frequency ✓ ✓ ✓ [Hz] Displacement angle φ / φ / φ ✓ ✓ ✓ [°] Phase angle ✓ [°] SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 24 Current of the fundamental and current of the 3rd, 5th, 7th, ... 31st harmonics in the phase conductor … I ✓ ✓ 31 a … I 31 b … I 31 c Universal counter ✓ SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 25: Table 3- 3 Display Of The Measured Variables Depending On The Connection Type

    ✓ ✓ ✓ Voltage c-a ✓ ✓ ✓ 3-phase average voltage ph-ph ✓ ✓ ✓ Current a ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Current b ✓ ✓ Current c ✓ ✓ 3-phase average current ✓ ✓ SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 26 ✓ ✓ ✓ THD voltage a ✓ ✓ ✓ THD voltage b ✓ THD voltage c ✓ THD voltage a-b ✓ ✓ ✓ THD voltage b-c ✓ ✓ ✓ THD voltage c-a ✓ ✓ ✓ SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 27 1) You can set which type of reactive power (VAR1, VARtot, or VARn) is displayed with the configuration software. All three reactive power types can be called via the interface. See also Connection examples (Page 75) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 28: Sliding Window Demand Values

    Figure 3-1 Sliding window demand Available sliding window demand values SENTRON PAC4200 supplies sliding window demand values for a large number of measured variables: ● Per phase or as a total value over all phases ● With the maximum and minimum values as well as the time stamp for the maximum and minimum values The "Measured variables –...
  • Page 29: Other Properties Of Measured Variable Representation

    The load profile records the time history of the electric power and thus documents the distribution of power fluctuations and peaks. SENTRON PAC4200 supports load profile recording according to the "fixed block" or "rolling block" method. With both methods, the load profile is stored in the device and made available at the communication interfaces.
  • Page 30 Changing the configuration has no effect on the device counter. The device is not reset. Load profile recording methods SENTRON PAC4200 supports the following load profile recording methods: ● Fixed block ● Rolling block The default setting is the fixed block method with a demand period length of 15 minutes.
  • Page 31 Load profile, rolling block method Parameterizing the fixed block and rolling block methods SENTRON PAC4200 supports the fixed block method as a special case of the rolling block method. The most important distinguishing feature is the number of subperiods. Number of subperiods: The demand period can be divided into a maximum of five subperiods.
  • Page 32: Historical Load Profile

    The energy can be calculated from the cumulated power as follows: Energy = (cumulated power) • (configured period length) See also Power demand (Page 125) 3.4.2 Historical load profile Measured variables recorded SENTRON PAC4200 records the following measured variables: Table 3- 4 Historical load profile Measured variable Cumulated Power Minimum...
  • Page 33: Current Load Profile Data At The Communication Interfaces

    ● The complete load profile memory can be cleared. Storage concept of the load profile memory The memory of SENTRON PAC4200 is designed as a circular buffer. If the maximum available memory is exceeded, the oldest data is overwritten by the newest data.
  • Page 34: Synchronization Of The Load Profile

    Response to powering up All load profiles that have already been recorded remain unchanged. SENTRON PAC4200 resets the internal clock if it detects load profiles with a date in the future or a time in the past on powering up.
  • Page 35: Additional Information About The Load Profile Data

    The old tariff remains valid until the end of the instantaneous period. The new tariff takes effect at the start of the next period. The energy counters of SENTRON PAC4200 are switched to the other tariff at the end of the instantaneous demand period.
  • Page 36: Tariffs

    The old tariff remains valid until the end of the instantaneous period. The new tariff takes effect at the start of the next period. The energy counters of SENTRON PAC4200 are switched to the other tariff at the end of the instantaneous demand period.
  • Page 37 It indicates the ratio of the harmonic content to the fundamental in percent. SENTRON PAC4200 measures the THD of the voltage and the THD of the current referred to the fundamental. The instantaneous and maximum values and the time stamp of the maximum value are supplied for both variables.
  • Page 38 φ is the cosine of the displacement angle φ of the fundamental. The possible values of cos φ are between -1 and 1. SENTRON PAC4200 supplies the instantaneous value of cos φ, the maximum and minimum values, and the time stamps of the maximum and minimum time values for each phase.
  • Page 39 Figure 3-11 Voltage and current unbalance In addition to the vectorial calculation of the phase unbalance, SENTRON PAC4200 also supplies the amplitude unbalance for current and voltage according to the IEC 61557-12 standard at the communication interfaces. The amplitude unbalance only takes account of the amplitude and not the phase angle.
  • Page 40: Date And Time

    Synchronization is relevant for all measured variables where the time of occurrence is also captured, e.g. for recording the load profile. Limit values SENTRON PAC4200 monitors up to 12 limit values as well as one limit that can be formed by logically combining the other 12 limits. Defining the limit values The number of limit values to be monitored is selectable.
  • Page 41 ● XOR (EXCLUSIVE OR operation) ● XNOR (EXCLUSIVE NOT OR operation) Any limit values and the digital inputs of SENTRON PAC4200 can be selected at the inputs of the upstream logic function blocks. The input value is the truth value of the monitored signal: ●...
  • Page 42: Digital Inputs And Outputs

    The following functions can be assigned to the digital outputs: ● Energy pulse output, programmable for active or reactive energy ● Signaling the direction of rotation ● Displaying the operating status of SENTRON PAC4200 ● Signaling limit violations ● Switching output, remote controlled via the communication interfaces ●...
  • Page 43 ● Tariff switching for on-peak and off-peak. ● Synchronization of the measuring period by means of the synchronization pulse of a system control center or other device. ● Synchronization of the internal clock ("Top of minute"). SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 44: Ethernet Port

    If the settings are not known, the (patch) cable must not be connected. Autonegotiation is a method used by network communication peers to automatically negotiate the highest possible transmission rate. SENTRON PAC4200 is automatically set to the transmission rate of the communication peer if the latter does not support autonegotiation.
  • Page 45: Slots For Expansion Modules

    3.11 Slots for expansion modules Interface SENTRON PAC4200 has two slots (MOD1 and MOD2) for installing optionally available expansion modules. Please consult the current catalogs to find out which modules are available for SENTRON PAC4200. One expansion module can be operated alone on the device or two expansion modules simultaneously.
  • Page 46: Serial Gateway

    3.12 Serial gateway 3.12 Serial gateway SENTRON PAC4200 can be used as a serial gateway. This allows devices (slaves) that are connected to the RS485 expansion module of PAC4200 to be connected to a device over Ethernet (master). Operating principle Data sent by the master to the addressed target device: The management software packages the serial protocol into TCP/IP packets.
  • Page 47 ● Set the communication parameters for operating the RS485 bus below the gateway. These settings are possible on the display of SENTRON PAC4200 or in the software. You can find information about setting parameters in the documentation for the SENTRON PAC RS485 expansion module.
  • Page 48: Insertion Openings

    The battery compartment of the SENTRON PAC4200 is accessible from the outside without opening the housing. Slot for memory card The card slot of the SENTRON PAC4200 has no function. The device does not contain a card reader. Battery compartment...
  • Page 49: Password Protection

    MODBUS: MODBUS function codes can be used for write accesses if the password is active as well as to manage the password. The MODBUS function codes for write accesses to SENTRON PAC4200 when password protection is active are not described in this document. The relevant documentation can be requested from Technical Support.
  • Page 50: User-definable Display Of Measured Variables

    3.15 User-definable display of measured variables 3.15 User-definable display of measured variables Up to four measurements can be individually configured for SENTRON PAC4200. Four presentational formats can be selected: ● Digital display of two measured variables ● Digital display of four measured variables ●...
  • Page 51: Events

    ● Reason why the event occurred ● Interface (if applicable) ● Measured value affected and corresponding measurement (if applicable) ● Limit value (if applicable) ● Address of the digital output (if applicable) ● Address of the digital input (if applicable) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 52: Table 3- 6 The Following Events Are Reported

    Information The upper limit value xxxx has LIMIT information been exceeded. Measured variable x, limit value xxxx Operating Information The lower limit value xxxx has LIMIT information been exceeded. Measured variable x, limit value xxxx SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 53 The event recordings have been deleted. Slot xx interface LOAD REC.=0 Control Information The load profile recording has been deleted. Slot xx interface ENERGY C.=0 Control Information All energy counters have been reset. Value 00000000 Slot xx interface SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 54 ● Entry of an event in the event memory ● Output of the event at the digital output ● Order of appearance on the display See also Safety instructions (Page 15) Technical support (Page 12) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 55: Operation Planning

    Failure to do so will cause death, serious injury, or property damage. SENTRON PAC4200 is only allowed to be operated if it is installed in a lockable control cabinet or a lockable room. Only qualified personnel should have access to this cabinet or room.
  • Page 56 IP10 Circuit breaker A suitable circuit breaker must be connected upstream of SENTRON PAC4200 in order to permit disconnection of the device from the power supply. ● The circuit breaker must be mounted close to the device and be easily accessible to the user.
  • Page 57: Installation

    ● Make sure that the contents of the package are complete. ● Check the device for external damage. Please contact your Siemens sales partner in the following cases: ● The packaging is damaged ● The contents of the package are not complete ●...
  • Page 58: Insert Battery

    Combustion or explosion of the battery Can cause death, serious injury or considerable property damage. The battery must meet the safety requirements of UL1642, to avoid combusion or explosion. Use only batteries tested in accordance with UL1642. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 59 Discharge your body of any static electricity! Touch the grounded control cabinet, for example, or a metal part that is connected to the building ground (heater, steel support). 2. Remove the battery from the SENTRON PAC4200 delivery carton. NOTICE Reduced service life of the battery Grease or dirt on the contacts forms a transfer resistance that reduces the service life of the battery.
  • Page 60: Mounting On The Switching Panel

    Chapter "Dimension drawings". See also Dimension drawings (Page 165) 5.3.3 Installation steps Proceed as follows to install the SENTRON PAC4200 in the switching panel: Procedure 1. Cut a hole in the panel measuring 92.0 x 92.0 (if not already available).
  • Page 61 – insert the expansion module into the slots on the rear of the device. You can find the installation instructions in the operating instructions of the relevant expansion module. Installation is complete. NOTICE Ensure that no tools or other potentially hazardous objects have been left at the installation location. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 62 Installation 5.3 Mounting on the switching panel Figure 5-2 Installation step A, device with screw terminals Figure 5-3 Installation step A, device with ring lug terminals SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 63 Installation 5.3 Mounting on the switching panel Installation step B Installation step C Installation step D SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 64: Deinstalling

    ESD guidelines (Page 243) Deinstalling Shutting down Make sure the device has been shut down before you begin to deinstall it. Tools You require the following tools to deinstall the device: ● PH2 screwdriver ● Slotted screwdriver SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 65 6. Pack the device into the original box together with the operating instructions and the delivered components listed in the operating instructions. Deinstallation is complete. Figure 5-5 Deinstallation, releasing the locking hooks See also ESD guidelines (Page 243) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 66 Installation 5.4 Deinstalling SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 67: Connecting

    Before power is applied to the device for the first time, it must have been located in the operating area for at least two hours in order to reach temperature balance and avoid humidity and condensation. Condensation on the device is not permissible during operation. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 68: Connections

    Apply the measuring voltage (Page 95) Apply the measuring current (Page 95) Apply the supply voltage (Page 86) Safety instructions (Page 15) Connections Connection designations Figure 6-1 Connection designations of the device with screw terminals, rear view SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 69 Connection designations of the device, top view Digital inputs and outputs, reference potential 1. Slot for optional expansion module 2. Slot for optional expansion module Supply voltage L+, N/- Measuring inputs voltage V Measuring inputs current IL1, IL2, IL3 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 70 Note Use of devices with ring lug terminals Designed for use in: • NAFTA / USA • Regions in which open terminals are permitted. Terminal labeling Figure 6-4 Terminal labeling, device with screw terminals SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 71 (12) AC: Connection: Neutral conductor DC: Connection: - (13) Reference potential (14) Digital input (common) (15) Digital input 1 (16) Digital input 0 (17) Digital output (common) (18) Digital output 1 (19) Digital output 0 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 72 Connect the reference potential to the equipotential bonding strip in the control cabinet. Circuit breaker A suitable circuit breaker must be connected upstream of SENTRON PAC4200 in order to permit disconnection of the device from the power supply. ● The circuit breaker must be mounted close to the device and be easily accessible to the user.
  • Page 73 In the case of a direct connection and transformer connection, the device has to be safeguarded with an approved (UL / IEC) 10A backup fuse or an approved (UL / IEC) 10 A miniature circuit breaker. When using voltage transformers, their secondary connections must never be short- circuited. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 74: Connecting The Cables To The Terminals

    Connecting cables to the screw terminal Connecting the cables to the ring lug terminals: Note The SENTRON PAC4200 with ring lug terminal is intended for: • use in NAFTA / USA • Regions in which open terminals are permitted. WARNING Improper connection may result in death, serious injury, or property damage.
  • Page 75: Connection Examples

    It can be grounded at either the "k" or the "l" terminal. The grounding has no impact on the measurement. The wiring method must be made known to the device in the device settings. The connection types given below refer to the device parameterization. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 76 (2) Three-phase measuring, four conductors, unbalanced load, with voltage transformers, with three current transformers Connection type 3P4W Fuses must be provided by the customer. Supply voltage connection Figure 6-10 Connection type 3P4W, with voltage transformer, with three current transformers SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 77 (4) Three-phase measuring, four conductors, balanced load, with voltage transformers, with one current transformer Connection type 3P4WB Fuses must be provided by the customer. Supply voltage connection Figure 6-12 Connection type 3P4WB, with voltage transformer, with one current transformer SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 78 (6) Three-phase measuring, three conductors, unbalanced load, with voltage transformers, with three current transformers Connection type 3P3W Fuses must be provided by the customer. Supply voltage connection Figure 6-14 Connection type 3P3W, with voltage transformer, with three current transformers SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 79 (8) Three-phase measuring, three conductors, unbalanced load, with voltage transformers, with two current transformers Connection type 3P3W Fuses must be provided by the customer. Supply voltage connection Figure 6-16 Connection type 3P3W, with voltage transformer, with two current transformers SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 80 (10) Three-phase measuring, three conductors, balanced load, with voltage transformers, with one current transformer Connection type 3P3WB Fuses must be provided by the customer. Supply voltage connection Figure 6-18 Connection type 3P3WB, with voltage transformer, with one current transformer SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 81 (12) Single-phase measuring, two conductors, without voltage transformers, with one current transformer Connection type 1P2W Fuses must be provided by the customer. Supply voltage connection Figure 6-20 Connection type 1P2W, without voltage transformer, with one current transformer SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 82: Grounding Of The Ethernet Cable

    Compliance with the technical limit values for noise radiation and noise immunity is only guaranteed if the cable is correctly grounded. The operator of the system is responsible for ensuring compliance with the statutory limit values (CE mark)! Make a shield connection on both sides as described here. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 83: Figure 6-22 Grounding Of The Ethernet Cable

    If there is a potential difference between grounding points, an illegally high compensating current can flow through the shield grounded at both ends. Never interrupt the shield of the Ethernet cable! Install an additional bonding conductor that takes over the shield current. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 84 Connecting 6.5 Grounding of the Ethernet cable SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 85: Startup

    3. The device has been connected in accordance with the possible connection methods. 4. The Ethernet cable has been connected. 5. The optional expansion modules have been installed. If the SENTRON PAC4200 is to be operated with one or with two expansion modules, the module(s) must be installed before the SENTRON PAC4200 is started up.
  • Page 86: Apply The Supply Voltage

    Protect the supply voltage of the wide-voltage power supply with an approved (UL / IEC) fuse: • SENTRON PAC4200 with wide-voltage power supply 0.6 A, Type C If a fusible link is used, a suitable approved (UL / IEC) fuse holder has to be used. In addition, a suitable isolating device shall be connected upstream in order to permit disconnection of the device from the power supply.
  • Page 87: Parameterizing The Device

    Setting the language Set the language in which the display text is to appear. The available languages are displayed: ● at initial startup, ● after resetting to factory settings, and ● after updating the firmware. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 88 8. Accept the desired language with: <F4> The language is permanently saved and becomes effective immediately. The display returns to display mode. 9. Return to one of the selection menus or to the measured values display: <F1> SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 89: Date And Time

    9. Accept the value with: <F4> The value is permanently saved and becomes effective immediately. The display returns to display mode. 10. Return to one of the selection menus or to the measured values display: <F1> SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 90: Voltage Input

    <F2> or <F3> 5. Call the "BASIC PARAMETERS" entry: <F4> 6. In the "BASIC PARAMETERS" menu, call the "VOLTAGE INPUTS" entry: <F4> The display shows the currently valid settings. Figure 7-4 "CONNECTION TYPE" device setting SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 91: Measurement Using Voltage Transducers

    The conversion ratio can only be set if measurement using voltage transducers is set in the device settings. Only then are the fields for primary and secondary voltage visible on the display. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 92 8. Return to one of the selection menus or to the measured values display: <F1> Example: You want to measure using voltage transducers for 10000 V/100 V on a 10 kV system. For this purpose, enter: 1. USE PTs?: 2. PT PRIMARY: 10000V 3. PT SECONDARY: 100V SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 93: Setting The Voltage Input

    <F4> The value of the voltage input is permanently saved and becomes effective immediately. The display returns to display mode. 7. Return to one of the selection menus or to the measured values display: <F1> SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 94: Current Input

    7. Return to one of the selection menus or to the measured values display: <F1> Example You want to measure the current using current transformers for 5000 A/5 A. For this purpose, enter: 1. CT PRIMARY: 5000A 2. CT SECONDARY: 5A SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 95: Apply The Measuring Voltage

    Startup 7.4 Apply the measuring voltage Apply the measuring voltage SENTRON PAC4200 with wide-voltage power supplyis designed for measuring in systems with a rated AC voltage up to ● 400 V phase-to-neutral (max. 347 V for UL) ● 690 V phase-to-phase (max. 600 V for UL).
  • Page 96: Check The Displayed Measured Values

    With the help of the table "Displaying the measured variables depending on the connection type", check whether the measured variables are displayed in accordance with the connection type executed. Any deviation indicates a wiring fault or configuration error. See also Measured variables (Page 22) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 97: Operator Control

    Device interface 8.1.1 Displays and operator controls Displays and operator controls The front of SENTRON PAC4200 has the following displays and operator controls. Display of the measured values, device settings, selection menus Display title Labeling of the function keys Surfaces of the function keys...
  • Page 98 The "SETTINGS" menu contains further submenus. Device settings ● Display of the device settings The display shows the values of the currently effective device settings. ● Edit mode of the device settings The display enables editing of the device settings. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 99 : Permanently saves the last set value and returns from edit mode to display mode. If no editing is intended, the key closes the display and returns to the menu selection. : Is an ON/OFF switch. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 100: Figure 8-2 Information Structure And Navigation

    Information structure and navigation Displaying measured variables "MAIN MENU" menu "SETTINGS" menu Submenu. Some device settings group the fields in submenus Displaying the device settings Edit mode of the device settings Figure 8-2 Information structure and navigation SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 101 ● Slide at top position: Start of list ● Slide at bottom position: End of list Scroll bar of the menu list Figure 8-3 Scroll bar of the menu list SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 102 The horizontal bar above function key F1 shows the multiple assignments of the function key. The key assignment changes every time you press the key. Scroll bar of function key F1 Figure 8-5 Scroll bar SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 103 Symbol for sliding window demand Sliding window demand values are additionally marked by a symbol. A stroke (bar) appears above the phase or measured variable designation. Stroke above the phase designation Figure 8-7 Symbol for sliding window demand SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 104: Displaying Measured Variables

    Designation of the measured value property Display number of the measured variable Measured value display Phase labels Measured value Unit of the measured variable Time stamp Display footer Key labeling Scroll bar of function key F1 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 105 Display the minimum value Display the sliding window demand Display the maximum value of the sliding window demand Display the minimum value of the sliding window demand Display the imported energy Display the exported energy SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 106 Display the THD of the voltage between the phase and neutral conductors Display additional information Scroll to the left Scroll to the right Display the next additional information See also Operator input steps in the measured variable display (Page 112) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 107: Display Of The "main Menu

    The menu list shows the choice of viewable measured variables. Selection bar The selection bar highlights the currently selected measured variable. Changing to the menu for parameterizing the device The "SETTINGS" menu entry branches to the menu for parameterizing the device. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 108: Display Of The "settings" Menu

    Display number of the device setting List of device settings Line separating the start and end of the list Selection bar Scroll bar Function keys Key labeling The "SETTINGS" menu contains the same operator controls as the "MAIN MENU". SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 109: Device Settings Display

    Designation of the selected group of device settings Device protection symbol List of device settings Selection bar Current setting Function keys Key labeling Figure 8-11 Display of the device settings Display title Specifies which group of device settings is currently selected. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 110: Edit Mode Of The Device Settings

    You can recognize edit mode because the selection bar reduces to the width of the selected value. Figure 8-12 Edit mode of the device settings Group title List of device settings Device setting in edit mode SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 111: Table 8- 4 Assignments Of The Function Keys In Edit Mode Of The Device Settings

    Go to the next digit to the right in the multi- digit numerical value Save the changes and return to display mode See also Operator input steps in edit mode of the device settings (Page 115) Device settings display (Page 109) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 112: Operator Input Steps

    F1 switches between import and export of active energy and reactive energy. : Display export. : Display of import. Calling the "MAIN MENU" calls the menu selection. The selection bar is at the last displayed measured variable in the menu selection. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 113: Operator Input Steps In The "main Menu

    When returning from the main menu to the measured value display, the display switches to showing the instantaneous value. Calling the "SETTINGS" menu The "SETTINGS" menu entry calls the menu for parameterizing the device. See also Operator input steps in the measured variable display (Page 112) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 114: Operator Input Steps In The "settings" Menu

    The device settings can be changed in edit mode. You can recognize edit mode because the selection bar reduces to the width of the selected value. Figure 8-13 Calling edit mode Exiting the display closes the display and returns to the "SETTINGS" menu. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 115: Operator Input Steps In Edit Mode Of The Device Settings

    Saving the value saves the set value and returns to display mode. Canceling editing cancels editing and returns to display mode. All changes are discarded. See also Password management (Page 141) Password protection (Page 49) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 116: Special Displays

    ● Amplitude unbalance, expressed as the length of the axes on the graph. Figure 8-14 Phasor diagram Table 8- 5 Symbols used in the phasor diagram Current Voltage Phase angle a-b Phase angle a-c Displacement angle a Displacement angle b Displacement angle c SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 117: Table 8- 6 Values In The Phasor Diagram

    The table below lists the instantaneous values of the fundamental. Figure 8-15 Phasor diagram, instantaneous values Table 8- 6 Values in the phasor diagram Voltage ph-n Current Cosine of the displacement angle φ φ Displacement angle φ Phase angle SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 118 Operator control 8.3 Special displays SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 119: Parameterizing

    ● Language/Regional Display language and designation of the phases on the display. ● Basic parameters Settings for the measuring inputs, averaging time of the sliding window demand. ● Power demand Settings for the load profile. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 120: Device Information

    Settings for the display ● Advanced Password protection, limit values, universal counter, battery change, device reset. ● External modules Settings for expansion modules operated with SENTRON PAC4200. 9.2.2 Device information The device information cannot be modified. Key F4 returns to the "SETTINGS" menu.
  • Page 121: Language And Regional Settings

    Range: L1 L2 L3, a b c Default: L1 L2 L3 9.2.4 Basic parameters Basic parameters are all those settings concerning the measuring inputs. Call: "SETTINGS > BASIC PARAMETERS" Figure 9-2 "BASIC PARAMETERS" device setting SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 122 3 phases, 4 conductors, unbalanced load 3P3W: 3 phases, 3 conductors, unbalanced load 3P4WB: 3 phases, 4 conductors, balanced load 3P3WB: 3 phases, 3 conductors, balanced load 1P2W: 1 phase, 2 conductors, unbalanced load Default: 3P4W SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 123 Range: 1 V to 690 V, freely adjustable (max. 600 V for Vph) Default value: 400 V The property "PT SECONDARY" is only visible, if "USE PTs?" is set to " ON". SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 124 "CURRENT INPUTS" device setting CAUTION Please note current carrying capacity Overload can destroy your SENTRON PAC4200. The device must know the current conversion ratio. For this purpose, the primary and secondary currents must be specified in the fields "CT PRIMARY" and "CT SECONDARY".
  • Page 125: Power Demand

    Period for calculating the load profile data according to the "fixed block" or "rolling block" method. SENTRON PAC4200 supports the fixed block method as a special case of the rolling block method. The most important distinguishing feature is the number of subperiods.
  • Page 126: Date/time

    UTC to 2 a.m. UTC on the last Sunday in March. Changeover to standard time: The internal clock is put back from 2 a.m. UTC to 1 a.m. UTC on the last Sunday in October. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 127: Integrated I/os

    Range: The digital output is switched off. DEVICE ON The digital output is switched on. REMOTE OUTPUT The digital output is controlled by remote access, e.g. SEAbus, SEAbus TCP, PROFIBUS DP, Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 128 The field is available in the case of the actions "LIM.VIOLATION" and "ENERGY PULSE" In the case of the action "LIM.VIOLATION": the field "SOURCE" selects the limit whose status is given at the digital output. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 129 The field is available when the action "ENERGY PULSE" is selected. Length of the pulse. Range: 30 to 500 ms Default value: 100 ms The minimum length of the pulse pause corresponds to the pulse duration specified. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 130 One event is recorded for each switching operation. Default value: NONE MODE The field is available when the action "PULSE INPUT" is selected. Counting of pulses or edges. Range: PULSE: Pulses are counted. EDGE: Edges are counted. Default value: PULSE SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 131: Communication

    ● F1 key : Do not execute a restart. Address changes are saved on the device but do not become effective. ● F4 key : Execute a restart. Address changes become effective. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 132: Display

    "SUBNET" to another network (e.g. a router). PROTOCOL: SEAbus TCP or MODBUS TCP 9.2.9 Display Device settings for the SENTRON PAC4200 display. Call: "SETTINGS > DISPLAY". Figure 9-9 "DISPLAY" device setting DISPLAY CONTRAST Contrast of the LC display.
  • Page 133: Advanced

    You can protect the device settings against write access with a password. The data can be read without any restrictions. PASSWORD PROTECTION Switches password protection ON / OFF. ON: Password protection switched OFF: Password protection switched Default value: Switched off PASSWORD Four-digit, numeric password. Default value: 0000 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 134 LIM0, LIM1, … LIM11 Limit selection menu. Each limit has the following properties: MONITORING Activation of limit monitoring. ON/OFF switch: ON / OFF. ON: Limit monitoring switched on. OFF: Limit monitoring switched off. Default value: OFF SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 135 The percentage refers to the threshold value in the "VALUE" field. See the figure below "Effect of delay and hysteresis". STATUS Indicates whether the limit value is currently violated. Yes, violation. No, no violation. LIMIT LOGIC Refer to the following section "LIMIT LOGIC" SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 136: Figure 9-12 Effect Of Delay And Hysteresis On Upper And Lower Limit Violations

    Parameterizing 9.2 Parameterizing the operator interface Figure 9-12 Effect of delay and hysteresis on upper and lower limit violations SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 137 AND, OR, XOR and their negations NAND, NOR, XNOR AND logic operation: The output value is only true if all input values are true. The output value is false if any one of the input values or several input values are false. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 138 The value present at the input or the value to be output at the output is "false". You can find more information on generating the logically combined limit "LIMIT LOGIC" in the "Limits" chapter. See also Limit values (Page 40) Measured variables (Page 169) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 139 Digital output DO1 (terminal labeling) BATTERY CHANGE SENTRON PAC4200 writes data in a battery-backed volatile memory. The data must be backed up prior to removing the battery. in the "CHANGE BATTERY" dialog box starts the data backup. The device copies the data from the volatile memory to the internal non-volatile memory.
  • Page 140 • Operating hours counter UNIV.COUNTER RESET Resets the configurable universal counter to zero (0). FACTORY DEFAULTS Resets all device settings to the default values. Clears minimum/maximum values Resets all counters. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 141: External Modules

    EXT.MODULES The "EXT.MODULE" screen lists the expansion modules connected to the "MOD1" and "MOD2" slots on SENTRON PAC4200, e.g. a PAC PROFIBUS DP or PAC RS485 expansion module. The operating parameters of the expansion modules, e.g. protocols or addresses, can be set on the display.
  • Page 142: Calling Password Management

    Password protection is effective as soon as it is switched on! The password protection symbol in the display title changes from "unprotected" to "protected". While you are in the "PASSWORD PROTECTION" dialog box, you can switch password protection off again or view the password in the "PASSWORD" field. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 143: Switch Off Password Protection

    If you have given the correct password, password protection is switched off. If you have given an incorrect password, password protection remains active. Start again at Step 2 and enter the correct password. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 144: Change Password

    8. Accept the new password with: The password is permanently saved and becomes effective immediately. The display returns to display mode. The newly assigned password remains visible until you exit the dialog box with F1 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 145: Password Lost - What To Do

    ● You can find the MAC address under "SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION" NOTICE Change password immediately on receipt As soon as you receive the new password, you must change it and inform the group of authorized users. See also Technical support (Page 12) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 146 Parameterizing 9.2 Parameterizing the operator interface SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 147: Service And Maintenance

    The battery of the SENTRON PAC4200 must be periodically replaced. Note No battery indicator The SENTRON PAC4200 has no function for determining the charging status of the battery. Service life of the battery Refer to the information about the service life of the battery in the chapter "Technical specifications".
  • Page 148: Figure 10-1 "change Battery

    "CHANGE BATTERY" – Select the "CHANGE BATTERY START" entry: key <F4> This will start data back-up. The SENTRON PAC4200 copies the data from the battery-backed memory into the internal non-volatile memory. The data do not leave the device. The device indicates completion of data backup.
  • Page 149 Remove the battery from the battery compartment. Use angled pointed pliers for this. – Insert the replacement battery into the battery compartment. Take note of the polarity indicated at the insertion opening of the battery compartment. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 150: Figure 10-3 Battery Change

    6. Ensure the old battery is disposed of in accordance with legal requirements. 7. Start the system up again. Restore the supply voltage of the device. The backed-up data are available automatically. 8. Test the functional capability of the SENTRON PAC4200. See also ESD guidelines (Page 243)
  • Page 151: Repair

    Procedure NOTICE Loss of warranty If you open the device, it loses its Siemens warranty. Only the manufacturer may carry out repairs to the device. Return faulty or damaged devices to Siemens for repair or replacement. If the device is faulty or damaged, proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 152 Service and maintenance 10.6 Disposal SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 153: Technical Data

    AC 3~ 100 V – 80% Impulse withstand voltage > 9.5 kV (1.2/50 μs) Measuring category (in accordance with IEC/UL 61010 Part 1) Input voltage V CAT III Input resistance (ph-n) 1.05 Mohms Power consumption per phase Max. 220 mW SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 154 The IEC 61557-12 standard does not specify any accuracy class for these variables. The specifications refer to the maximum deviation from the actual value. When measuring with external current or voltage transformers, the accuracy of the measurement depends crucially on the quality of the transformer. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 155 2 months backup time per year at 23°C, 10 months continuous operation per year at the maximum permissible ambient temperature. Memory The long-term memory is sufficient to save up to four measured variables and their extreme values every 15 minutes for 40 days. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 156: Digital Outputs

    Adjustable pulse duration 30 to 500 ms Minimal settable time frame 10 ms Switching function Max. output delay With signal "0" to "1" 5 ms With signal "1" to "0" 5 ms Max. switching frequency 17 Hz SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 157 Backlit display White, invertible display Resolution 128 x 96 pixels Size W x H 72 mm x 54 mm Refresh time 0.33 ... 3 sec, adjustable Keyboard 4 function keys F1 to F4 on the front SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 158 0.8 ... 1.2 Nm 7 ... 10.3 lbf·in Tool Screwdriver PZ2 cal. ISO 6789 Crimping tool in accordance with EN 60947-1 Ring lug terminals Connection designations IL1(°↑k, l↓), IL2(°↑k, l↓), IL3(°↑k, l↓) , L/+, N/- SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 159 Tightening torque 0.8 ... 1.2 Nm 7 ... 10.3 lbf·in With vertical screwing 30 N force 6.75 lbf Tool Screwdriver PZ2 cal. ISO 6789 Crimping or pressing tool according to manufacturer's information for ring lugs SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 160 Without expansion module 77 mm With expansion modules 99 mm Permissible switching panel thickness for max. 4 mm installation Mounting position Vertical Weight Device without packaging Approximately 450 g Device including packaging Approximately 550 g SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 161 - 25 °C to + 70 °C and storage Relative humidity 95% at 25°C without condensation (normal conditions) Site altitude above sea level max. 2000 m Degree of pollution Environmental tests In accordance with IEC 60068 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 162: Safety Regulations

    Safety regulations CE conformity SENTRON PAC4200 complies with the requirements of the following European Directives: DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND COUNCIL of December 15, 2004, on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility...
  • Page 163: Labeling

    Technical data 11.2 Labeling 11.2 Labeling Labels on the housing of the SENTRON PAC4200 Figure 11-1 Device labeling Symbol, label Explanation Products with this mark comply with both the Canadian (CSA) and the American (UL) requirements. CE mark. Confirmation of conformity of the product with the applicable EU directives and compliance with the essential requirements contained in these directives.
  • Page 164 Technical data 11.2 Labeling Symbol, label Explanation Danger of electric shock. Caution! General hazard area. Measuring category CAT III for current and voltage inputs. AC current. Three-phase AC. Protective insulation, device with protection class II. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 165: Dimension Drawings

    Dimension drawings Note: All dimensions in mm. Panel cutout Figure 12-1 Panel cutout SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 166 Frame dimensions with optional PAC PROFIBUS DP expansion module connected, device with screw terminals Device with ring lug terminals Figure 12-3 Frame dimensions with optional PAC PROFIBUS DP expansion module connected, device with ring lug terminals SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 167 Clearance measurements Figure 12-4 Side-by-side installation Clearances Figure 12-5 Clearances, device with screw terminal (on the left), device with ring lug terminal (on the right) The clearances specified must be maintained for cable outlets and ventilation. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 168 Dimension drawings SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 169: Appendix

    Information on the display SENTRON PAC4200 shows most, though not all, measured variables on the display. The "Display" column in the tables below shows the number of the screen on which the measured variable is displayed. All measured variables that are not displayed are identified by a hyphen ("-").
  • Page 170 Current in phase conductor c Maximum current c L3 max c max Maximum value of the current in phase conductor c Minimum current c L3 min c min Minimum value of the current in phase conductor c SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 171 Minimum value of the active power in phase conductor b Active power c Active power in phase conductor c as import (+) or export (-) Maximum active power c L3 max c max Maximum value of the active power in phase conductor c SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 172 Reactive power of the harmonics in phase conductor b referred to the load counting system, measured according to VARn Maximum reactive power b (VARn) n L2 max n b max Maximum value of the reactive power of the harmonics in phase conductor b, measured according to VARn SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 173 Total apparent power in the phase conductors Maximum total apparent power Maximum value of the total apparent power in the three-phase system Minimum total apparent power Minimum value of the total apparent power in the three-phase system SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 174 Power factor of the fundamental in phase conductor b (inductive or capacitive) Maximum cos φ b Cosφ Disp. PF – 10.1 L2 max b max Maximum value of the power factor of the fundamental in phase conductor b (inductive or capacitive) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 175 – Minimum total power factor Line Frequency 11.0 FREQ. Instantaneous value of the line frequency Maximum line frequency 11.1 Maximum value of the line frequency Minimum line frequency 11.2 Minimum value of the line frequency SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 176 Maximum total harmonic distortion of the voltage between phase conductor a and the neutral conductor referred to the fundamental THD voltage b 12.0 THD-V b U L2 Total harmonic distortion of the voltage between phase conductor b and the neutral conductor referred to the fundamental SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 177 Maximum total harmonic distortion of the current in phase conductor c referred to the fundamental Apparent Energy Tariff 1 18.0 ap T1 Apparent energy at tariff 1 Apparent energy tariff 2 18.0 ap T2 Apparent energy at tariff 2 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 178 Current of all harmonics in phase conductor c Maximum distortion current c – d L3 max d c max Maximum current of all harmonics in phase conductor c Universal Counter – – – 21.0 User-configurable counter for counting events or energy SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 179 Maximum 15th harmonic voltage a-n 15.1 15 L1-N max 15 a-n max Maximum 17th harmonic voltage a-n 15.1 17 L1-N max 17 a-n max Maximum 19th harmonic voltage a-n 15.2 19 L1-N max 19 a-n max SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 180 Maximum 21st harmonic voltage b-n 15.2 21 L2-N max 21 b-n max Maximum 23rd harmonic voltage b-n 15.2 23 L2-N max 23 b-n max Maximum 25th harmonic voltage b-n 15.2 25 L2-N max 25 b-n max SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 181 Maximum 23rd harmonic voltage c-n 15.2 23 L3-N max 23 c-n max Maximum 25th harmonic voltage c-n 15.2 25 L3-N max 25 c-n max Maximum 27th harmonic voltage c-n 15.2 27 L3-N max 27 c-n max SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 182 Maximum 31st harmonic voltage a-b 16.2 31 L1-L2 max 31 a-b max Maximum value of the harmonic content of the 3rd, 5th, 7th, … 31st harmonics for the voltage between a and b referred to the fundamental SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 183 Maximum 31st harmonic voltage b-c 16.2 31 L2-L3 max 31 b-c max Maximum value of the harmonic content of the 3rd, 5th, 7th, … 31st harmonics for the voltage between b and c referred to the fundamental SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 184 Maximum 31st harmonic voltage c-a 16.2 31 L3-L1 max 31 c-a max Maximum value of the harmonic content of the 3rd, 5th, 7th, … 31st harmonics for the voltage between c and a referred to the fundamental SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 185 Maximum 29th harmonic current a 17.2 29 L1 max 29 a max Maximum 31st harmonic current a 17.2 31 L1 max 31 a max Maximum value of the current of the 3rd, 5th 7th, … 31st harmonic in a SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 186 Maximum 29th harmonic current b 17.2 29 L2 max 29 b max Maximum 31st harmonic current b 17.2 31 L2 max 31 b max Maximum value of the current of the 3rd, 5th 7th, … 31st harmonic in b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 187 Maximum 29th harmonic current c 17.2 29 L3 max 29 c max Maximum 31st harmonic current c 17.2 31 L3 max 31 c max Maximum value of the current of the 3rd, 5th 7th, … 31st harmonic in c SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 188 Sliding window demand of the voltage between phase conductor b and the neutral conductor Maximum sliding window demand voltage b-n L2-N sw-dmd max b-n sw-dmd max Maximum value of the sliding window demand of the voltage between phase conductor b and the neutral conductor SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 189 Sliding window demand of the current in phase conductor b Maximum sliding window demand current b L2 sw-dmd max b sw-dmd max Maximum value of the sliding window demand of the current in phase conductor b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 190 Minimum value of the sliding window demand of the active power in phase conductor a Sliding window demand active power b W DMD b L2 sw-dmd b sw-dmd Sliding window demand of the active power in phase conductor b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 191 Maximum sliding window demand total reactive power tot L3 sw-dmd max tot c sw-dmd max c (VARtot) Maximum value of the sliding window demand of the total reactive power of the fundamental and harmonics in phase conductor c SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 192 Maximum sliding window demand reactive power a 1 L1 sw-dmd max 1 a sw-dmd max (VAR1) Maximum value of the sliding window demand of the reactive power of the fundamental in phase conductor a, measured according to VAR1 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 193 Maximum sliding window demand total active power sw-dmd max sw-dmd max Maximum sliding window demand of the total active power Minimum sliding window demand total active power sw-dmd min sw-dmd min Minimum sliding window demand of the total active power SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 194 Sliding window demand of the power factor (arithmetic) b Maximum sliding window demand power factor b – sw-dmd sw-dmd max Maximum value of the sliding window demand of the power factor (arithmetic) b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 195: Load Profile

    TRUE Exception The demand period was ended prematurely owing to the failure of the supply voltage FALSE Normal case RESYNCHRONIZED TRUE Exception The demand period was ended prematurely owing to a resynchronization FALSE Normal case SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 196: Modbus

    Active Power b Float Active Power c Float Reactive Power a (VARn) Float Reactive Power b (VARn) Float Reactive Power c (VARn) Float Power Factor a Float 0 ... 1 Power Factor b Float 0 ... 1 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 197 0 ... 1 Maximum Power Factor c Float 0 ... 1 Maximum THD Voltage a-b Float 0 ... 100 Maximum THD Voltage b-c Float 0 ... 100 Maximum THD Voltage c-a Float 0 ... 100 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 198 0 ... 1 Minimum Power Factor c Float 0 ... 1 Minimum Line Frequency Float 45 ... 65 Minimum 3-Phase Average Voltage Float ph-n Minimum 3-Phase Average Voltage Float ph-ph Minimum 3-Phase Average Current Float ph-ph SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 199 Digital Outputs* Status Unsigned long Byte 3 Bit 0 Output 0 Byte 3 Bit 1 Output 1 Digital Inputs* Status Unsigned long Byte 3 Bit 0 Input 0 Byte 3 Bit 1 Input 1 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 200 0 ... 100 THD Current b Float 0 ... 100 THD Current c Float 0 ... 100 Distortion Current a Float Distortion Current b Float Distortion Current c Float Total Reactive Power a (VARtot) Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 201 Sliding Window Demand Total Float Reactive Power a (VARtot) Sliding Window Demand Total Float Reactive Power b (VARtot) Sliding Window Demand Total Float Reactive Power c (VARtot) Sliding Window Demand Reactive Float Power a (VAR1) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 202 Structure - Digital inputs status and digital outputs status with the function codes 0x01 and 0x02 (Page 203) Structure - Limit values with the function codes 0x01 and 0x02 (Page 204) Structure - PMD diagnostics and status with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 (Page 205) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 203: Structure - Digital Inputs Status And Digital Outputs Status With The Function Codes 0x01 And 0x02

    DO 0.1 0x00000010 Digital Inputs Status 32 bits DI 0.0 0x00000001 Digital Inputs Status 32 bits DI 0.1 0x00000010 See also Measured variables without a time stamp with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 (Page 196) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 204: Structure - Limit Values With The Function Codes 0x01 And 0x02

    Function block 3 at logic inputs 1 ... 4 0x08000000 Function block 4 at logic inputs 1 ... 4 0x10000000 See also Measured variables without a time stamp with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 (Page 196) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 205: Structure - Pmd Diagnostics And Status With The Function Codes 0x03 And 0x04

    You can use the function codes 0x05 and 0x0F here in addition to the function codes 0x01 and 0x02. See also Measured variables without a time stamp with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 (Page 196) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 206: Measured Variables For The Load Profile With The Function Codes 0x03 And 0x04

    Maximum reactive power in the current Float period Minimum reactive power in the current Float period Length of the current period Unsigned long Time since the start of the Unsigned long instantaneous period Actual Subinterval Time Unsigned long SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 207 Float Period Max. Reactive Power Instantaneous Float Period Min. Reactive Power Instantaneous Float Period Table A- 8 Meaning of the abbreviations in the "Access" column Abbreviation Meaning Read access Write access Read and write access SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 208: Tariff-specific Energy Values In Double Format With The Function Codes 0x03, 0x04, And 0x10

    Active Energy Export Tariff 1 Float Overflow 1.0e+12 2807 Active Energy Export Tariff 2 Float Overflow 1.0e+12 2809 Reactive Energy Import Tariff 1 Float VARh Overflow 1.0e+12 2811 Reactive Energy Import Tariff 2 Float VARh Overflow 1.0e+12 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 209: Maximum Values With A Time Stamp And The Function Codes 0x03 And 0x04

    Maximum values with a time stamp and the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 Addressing the maximum values with a time stamp SENTRON PAC4200 provides the maximum values listed below with a time stamp. Table A- 13 Available measured variables: Maximum values with time stamp...
  • Page 210 Maximum Distortion c with Time Float + time stamp A 3307 Maximum Line Frequency with Time Float + time stamp - 45 ... 65 3313 Maximum 3-Phase Average Voltage Float + time stamp V ph-n with Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 211 Float + time stamp W Power a with Time 3451 Max. Sliding Window Demand Active Float + time stamp W Power b with Time 3457 Max. Sliding Window Demand Active Float + time stamp W Power c with Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 212 Float + time stamp VAR Reactive Power (VAR1) with Time 3565 Max. Sliding Window Demand Total Float + time stamp - Power Factor with Time 3571 Max. Sliding Window Demand Float + time stamp A Neutral Current with Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 213: Minimum Values With A Time Stamp And The Function Codes 0x03 And 0x04

    Float + time stamp - 0 ... 1 6157 Minimum Power Factor c with Time Float + time stamp - 0 ... 1 6163 Minimum cos φ a with Time Float + time stamp cos φ SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 214 Float + time stamp A with Time 6337 Min. Sliding Window Demand Apparent Float + time stamp VA Power a with Time 6343 Min. Sliding Window Demand Apparent Float + time stamp VA Power b with Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 215 Float + time stamp VAR Reactive Power (VAR1) 6475 Min. Sliding Window Demand Total Power Float + time stamp - Factor with Time 6481 Min. Sliding Window Demand Neutral Float + time stamp A Current with Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 216: Harmonics Without A Time Stamp With The Function Codes 0x03 And 0x04

    21st Harmonic Voltage a-n Float 9063 21st Harmonic Voltage b-n Float 9065 21st Harmonic Voltage c-n Float 9067 23rd Harmonic Voltage a-n Float 9069 23rd Harmonic Voltage b-n Float 9071 23rd Harmonic Voltage c-n Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 217: Table A- 16 Harmonics Of The Current

    13th Harmonic Current b Float 11041 13th Harmonic Current c Float 11043 15th Harmonic Current a Float 11045 15th Harmonic Current a Float 11047 15th Harmonic Current a Float 11049 17th Harmonic Current a Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 218: Table A- 17 Harmonics Of The Phase-to-phase Voltage

    5th Harmonic Voltage c-a Float 22019 7th Harmonic Voltage a-b Float 22021 7th Harmonic Voltage b-c Float 22023 7th Harmonic Voltage c-a Float 22025 9th Harmonic Voltage a-b Float 22027 9th Harmonic Voltage b-c Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 219 29th Harmonic Voltage a-b Float 22087 29 Harmonic Voltage b-c Float 22089 29th Harmonic Voltage c-a Float 22091 31st Harmonic Voltage a-b Float 22093 31st Harmonic Voltage b-c Float 22095 31st Harmonic Voltage c-a Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 220: Harmonics With A Time Stamp And The Function Codes 0x03 And 0x04

    Maximum 13th Harmonic Voltage b-n with Float + time stamp % Time 13101 Maximum 13th Harmonic Voltage c-n with Float + time stamp % Time 13107 Maximum 15th Harmonic Voltage a-n with Float + time stamp % Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 221 Maximum 27th Harmonic Voltage c-n with Float + time stamp % Time 13233 Maximum 29th Harmonic Voltage a-n with Float + time stamp % Time 13239 Maximum 29th Harmonic Voltage b-n with Float + time stamp % Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 222: Table A- 19 Harmonics Of The Current

    Maximum 9th Harmonic Current a with Float + time stamp A Time 19079 Maximum 9th Harmonic Current b with Float + time stamp A Time 19085 Maximum 9th Harmonic Current c with Float + time stamp A Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 223 Maximum 23rd Harmonic Current b with Float + time stamp A Time 19211 Maximum 23rd Harmonic Current c with Float + time stamp A Time 19217 Maximum 25th Harmonic Current a with Float + time stamp A Time SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 224: Configuration Settings With The Function Codes 0x03, 0x04, And 0x10

    Table A- 20 Configuration settings Offset Number Name Format Unit Value range Access registers 50001 Type of Connection Unsigned long 3P4W 3P3W 3P4WB 3P3WB 1P2W 50003 Voltage Transformer Yes / Unsigned long SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 225 Description 50031 DI 0.0 Significance of of Unsigned long 1 ... 999 Counter Information 50033 DO 0.0 Vector Group Unsigned long 0 ... 99 Assignment 50035 DO 0.0 Type of Use Unsigned long Device ON SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 226 Portuguese Turkish Spanish Italian Russian French Chinese 50049 Phase Labels IEC / NAFTA Unsigned long 50051 Universal Counter Source Unsigned long Limit logic Limit 0 Limit 1 Limit 2 Limit 3 Limit 4 Limit 5 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 227 Limit 3 ON / OFF Unsigned long 50107 Limit 3 Hysteresis Float 0.0 ... 20.0 50109 Limit 3 Pickup Delay Unsigned long 0 ... 10 50113 Limit 3 Source Unsigned long 0 ... 240 50115 Limit 3 Value Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 228 Limit 8 ON / OFF Unsigned long 50177 Limit 8 Hysteresis Float 0.0 ... 20.0 50179 Limit 8 Pickup Delay Unsigned long 0 ... 10 50183 Limit 8 Source Unsigned long 0 ... 240 50185 Limit 8 Value Float SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 229 Unsigned long Auto EU Auto US Table for individual time change 50235 Time Zone Long MODULO(30)==0 50237 Averaging Time Sliding Unsigned long 3,5,10,30,60,300,600, Window Demands 50239 Used Type of Reactive Unsigned long VARn Power VARtot VAR1 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 230: Value Range For Limit Source

    Assignment of the value range 0 to 240 for the Limit x Source parameter Table A- 21 Assignment of the values 0 to 240 Value Assignment Voltage a-n Voltage b-n Voltage c-n Voltage a-b Voltage b-c Voltage c-a Current a Current b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 231 Sliding Window Demand Power Factor b 44 = Sliding Window Demand Power Factor c 45 = Power Factor a 46 = Power Factor b 47 = Power Factor c 48 = THD Voltage a 49 = THD Voltage b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 232 Sliding Window Demand Total Reactive Power (VARn) 88 = Sliding Window Demand Total Reactive Power (VAR1) 89 = Sliding Window Demand Total Reactive Power (VARtot) 90 = Total power factor 91 = Amplitude Unbalance Voltage SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 233 128 = 21st Harmonic Voltage b-n 129 = 21st Harmonic Voltage c-n 130 = 23rd Harmonic Voltage a-n 131 = 23rd Harmonic Voltage b-n 132 = 23rd Harmonic Voltage c-n 133 = 25th Harmonic Voltage a-n SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 234 170 = 17th Harmonic Voltage b-c 171 = 17th Harmonic Voltage c-a 172 = 19th Harmonic Voltage a-b 173 = 19th Harmonic Voltage b-c 174 = 19th Harmonic Voltage c-a 175 = 21st Harmonic Voltage a-b SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 235 212 = 13th Harmonic Current b 213 = 13th Harmonic Current c 214 = 15th Harmonic Current a 215 = 15th Harmonic Current b 216 = 15th Harmonic Current c 217 = 17th Harmonic Current a SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 236 238 = 31st Harmonic Current a 239 = 31st Harmonic Current b 240 = 31st Harmonic Current c See also Configuration settings with the function codes 0x03, 0x04, and 0x10 (Page 224) Measured variables (Page 169) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 237: Communication Settings With The Function Codes 0x03, 0x04, And 0x10

    Address Module Unsigned • 1 ... 247 Interface 1 long 0x04 • 0x10 • 0x03 63021 Baudrate Module Unsigned • 4800 baud Interface 1 long 0x04 • 9600 baud 0x10 • 200 baud 400 baud SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 238 Gateway Module long 0x04 • Interface 1 0x10 • 0x03 63045 TCP/IP Port Unsigned • 1-ffffh Gateway Module long 0x04 • Interface 1 0x10 • 0x03 63065 PROFIBUS ID Unsigned • 8173h PAC4200 long 0x04 • SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 239: Commands With The Function Code 0x06

    60003 Reset minimum values Unsigned 0x06 short 60004 Reset energy counters Unsigned 0x06 short Active energy import tariff 1 Active energy import tariff 2 Active energy export tariff 1 Active energy export tariff 2 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 240 0x06 counter short 60011 Reset load profile Unsigned 0x06 recording short 60012 Reset event recording Unsigned 0x06 short 60013 Set standard event Unsigned 0x06 recording conditions short 60014 Set standard I/O Unsigned 0x06 parameters short SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 241: Modbus Standard Device Identification With The Function Code 0x2b

    OID 0 Manufacturer String OID 1 Manufacturer device name String OID 2 Firmware version / bootloader version String See also Measured variables without a time stamp with the function codes 0x03 and 0x04 (Page 196) SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 242: Correction Sheet

    We welcome comments and suggestions for improvement. Fax response From (please complete): Name SIEMENS AG I IA CD MM 3 Company/Department 92220 Amberg / Germany Address _________________________________________________________________________________ Fax: +49 (0)9621-80-3337 Manual title: Table A- 26 Errors, comments, and suggestions for improvements SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 243: Esd Guidelines

    If you have to store or transport the component in non-conductive packaging, you must first pack the component in ESD-safe, conductive material, e.g., conductive foam rubber, ESD bag. The diagrams below illustrate the required ESD protective measures for electrostatic sensitive devices. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 244 ESD guidelines B.1 Electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD) ESD seat ESD standing position ESD seat and ESD standing position Protective measures Conductive floor ESD table ESD footwear ESD smock ESD bracelet Cubicle ground connection SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 245: List Of Abbreviations

    National Electrical Manufacturers Association Power Analysis & Control Registered Jack Ring lug terminals Ring lug terminals Formerly: Radio Selector; now usually: Recommended Standard TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Total Harmonic Distortion; German: Gesamte Harmonische Verzerrung SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 246 List of abbreviations C.1 Abbreviations Abbreviation Meaning THD-R Relative THD TRMS True Root Mean Square Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Association of Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Information Technology (Germany) Result of logic operation SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 247: Glossary

    Equipotential bonding Electrical connection (equipotential bonding conductor) which brings the bodies of electronic equipment and foreign conductive bodies to an equal or approximately equal potential. This prevents disruptive or dangerous voltages between these bodies. SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 248 Twisted-pair cables are available in different qualities for different transmission rates. Universal Time Coordinated. International reference time to which the worldwide time zone system refers. Has replaced Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 249 In your region, 13 ESD table, 244 Correction sheet, 242 Event recording, 51 Counters, 19 Events Cubicle ground connection, 244 Acknowledgable, 51 Current direction, 29 Settings in the SENTRON software, 54 Current transformers Set the conversion ratio, 94 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 250 MODBUS function code, 196, 206, 241 Technical data, 158 MODBUS measured variables, 196 Rolling block method, 230 Monitoring functions, 19 Mounting dimensions, 60, 165 Mounting location, 55 Mounting position, 55 Screw terminal Technical data, 160 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 251: Index

    Temperature compensation, 56 Time of day, 89 Time zone, 89 Transport, 243 Turn-off time, 43 User-definable display, 20 Validity range, 11 Ventilation Installation space, 55 Voltage input, 93 Voltage transducers Measurement, 91 Set the conversion ratio, 92 SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...
  • Page 252 Index SENTRON PAC4200 Manual, 09/2008, A5E02316180B-01...

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