Key applications - Schneider Electric


PowerLogic PM700 series

Power and energy meters

A PowerLogic system can help you…

● Improve energy efficiency and lower emissions

● Maximise the use of power distribution networks and reduce per-unit energy costs

● Improve overall power quality, reliability of equipment and processes

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PM700 series overview

● The PM700 series of power meters are affordable, compact power and energy meters.

● Apply on feeders where cost and installation space are important considerations.

● Install into new equipment or retrofit into existing installations.

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Part of a complete solution

● PM700 series power meters can be used for standalone panel instrumentation, or as a key component in a complete PowerLogic power monitoring and control solution that provides transparent access to all of your intelligent devices.


- PowerLogic ION Enterprise

- PowerLogic System Manager

- PowerLogic PowerView

- PowerLogic ION EEM

Data Communications

- EGX-100

- EGX-400

- Modems

Intelligent Devices

- Circuit monitors

- Power meters

- ION meters

- Low voltage breakers

- Med voltage relays

- Other Modbus devices

Energy and power quality meters and monitors

Energy and power quality meters

Other compatible devices

Other compatible devices

The PM710 and PM750 power meters’ have standard RS-485 Modbus communications, allowing you to view data in power monitoring software, or integrate data into Building

Automation and SCADA systems.

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Industries and applications

Buildings Industry Energy & Infrastructure

(includes utilities & critical power )

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Industries and applications -

Energy savings

Key applications:

Energy sub-billing

● Electricity procurement optimisation

● Power factor correction

● Peak demand reduction

Energy cost recovery

● Energy cost allocation

(including bill auditing)

● Substation automation


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Energy availability and reliability

Key applications:

● Alarming and event logging

Harmonic filtering

● Energy usage analysis

● Energy asset optimisation (by building, floor, zone, PDU, or rack)

● Power quality monitoring & reporting

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Industries and applications -

Equipment optimisation

●Balance loads plus reduce harmonics and other factors that cause heating and shorten equipment life

●Maximise existing capacity to avoid unnecessary capital purchases by understanding loading and identifying spare capacity on existing equipment

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Feature Summary

● Four models satisfy a range of applications—from the PM700 for basic panel instrumentation, to the PM750 with standard RS-485 communications, I/O and alarming.

15 user-configurable alarms

Onboard digital I/O

RS485 Modus communication

THD (voltage and current)

Min/Max values with reset

Basic metering (voltage, current, power, energy, demand, frequency, etc.)

1% accuracy Real Energy

(IEC 62053-21 Class 1)

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22 05.S

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Large, easy-to-read display

The power meter’s large, backlit display is easy to read.

● Backlit LCD display

● Anti-glare, scratch resistant

● Displays four values simultaneously; view three phases and neutral

● View summary screens and bar chart displays to see a snapshot of your system

● Intuitive, self-guiding menus are easy to use without training

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External connections

● Power supply

● Voltage Inputs — 480 VAC L-L direct connect; eliminates the need for PTs in most LV Panels

● Current inputs — rated at 15A, able to withstand overcurrents from CTs

● I/Os

● PM700P and PM750

● RS-485 2-wire Modus communications (PM710 and

PM750 only)

● Communicate to System

Manager software

● Integrate into BAS or SCADA systems

● Download firmware updates to keep up-to-date with the latest features


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Compact design

● 96 x 96 x 50mm (depth behind panel)

● Shallow depth saves panel space

● Flush panel mount with a 92 x 92mm cutout

● International standard design

● Retro-fit existing analog meters with 4” round cutouts — no mounting adapter required

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Designed with the panel builders/OEMs in mind

● Single person installation

● No tools required to mount the meter

● Mounting resistance nibs hold meter until the mounting clips are snapped into place

● Wide range control power supply

● 100 – 415 Vac (5 vA);

125 – 250 Vdc (3 watts)

● Reduces the number of models to order and stock

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Accurate energy and power measurement

● Full complement of basic metered values including:

● Voltage, per phase (L-L, L-N) and 3-phase average

● Current, per phase and neutral, and 3-phase average

● Energy, In and Out (kWh, kVARh, kVAh)

● Power, per phase and 3-phase total (kW, kVA, kVAR)

● Power Demand, present and peak (kWd, kVAd, kVARd)

● Current Demand, per phase, present and peak

● Frequency and

Power factor (total)

● THD, per phase

(voltage and current)

Metered values can be viewed on the power meter’s display, or on a remote PC using software.

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Accurate energy and power measurement


● Minimum and maximum values with date/time stamps

● Current and voltage, per phase

● Power (total)

● Power factor (total)

● Frequency

● THD, per phase (current and voltage)

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Digital inputs and outputs

● PM700P

● Two digital KY pulse outputs

●One kWH pulse output

●One kVARh pulse output

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Digital inputs and outputs (continued)

The PM750’s digital output can be configured in one of three modes.

● PM750

● 2 digital inputs

●Use to monitor breaker status, or other status applications

●Trigger alarms in response to a change in input status

● 1 digital output configurable in one of three modes:

●External—Controlled externally, for example by a programmable controller.

●Alarm control—Controlled by the power meter in response to an alarm condition. When the alarm is active, the output is ON.

●kWh Pulse—The meter generates a fixed-duration pulse output that represents kWh consumption.

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Customizable alarming (PM750)

● Fifteen user-configurable alarms

● Factory configured alarms are enabled on power-up

● Alarms can be associated to I/O

● Trigger alarms in response to a change in input status

● Control an output in response to an alarm

Alarms, stored in power meter memory and viewed in System

Manager, provide early warning of potential problems.


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Easy to create a system...

PC with browser

EGX400 gateway


● With the addition of an Ethernet

Gateway, the meter can communicate via the existing network

● Create a simple system using a

PM700 series power meter,

EGX400, and a PC with web browser software. View:

●Basic readings of amps, voltage, power and energy

●Circuit summary

●Load current summary

●Demand current summary

●Power and energy summaries

●Alarm status and history

● No special software to install


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