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PDF Content Summary: C13 User Manual C13 User Manual Document ID: 2CMC486004M0201 Revision: C 2019-10-28 Disclaimer The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by ABB AB. ABB AB assumes no responsi- bility for any errors that may appear in this document. In no event shall ABB AB be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or con- sequential damages of any nature or kind arising from the use of this document, nor shall ABB AB be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from use of any software or hardware described in this document. Copyrights This document and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without written permission from ABB AB, and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor used for any unauthorized purpose. The software or hardware described in this document is furnished under a license and may be used, copied, or disclosed only in accordance with the terms of such license. © Copyright 2013 ABB AB. All rights reserved. Trademarks ABB AB is a registered trademark of the ABB Group. All other brand or product names mentioned in this document may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Contact ABB SPA via Dell'industria 18 20010 - Vittuone - Milano Italy Tel: +39 02 2415 0000 1 About this Manual ........................................................................................ 3 1.1 Conventions Used in this Document ..............................................................................4 2 Product Overview ......................................................................................... 5 2.1 Meter Parts ....................................................................................................................6 2.2 Meter Type .....................................................................................................................7 3 Installation ....................................................................................................9 3.1 Mounting the Meter ......................................................................................................10 3.2 Environmental Considerations .....................................................................................11 3.3 Installing the Meter ......................................................................................................12 3.3.1 Wiring Diagrams ................................................................................................13 3.3.1.1 Outputs .................................................................................................. 13 4 User Interface ............................................................................................. 15 4.1 Display and buttons .....................................................................................................16 4.2 Menu Structure ............................................................................................................17 5 Meter Settings ............................................................................................21 5.1 Setting the Output ........................................................................................................22 5.2 Setting the Alarm .........................................................................................................24 6 Technical Description ................................................................................ 27 6.1 Energy Values .............................................................................................................28 6.2 Instrumentation ............................................................................................................29 6.3 Outputs ........................................................................................................................30 6.4 Alarm ...........................................................................................................................31 7 Technical data ............................................................................................ 33 7.1 Technical Specifications ..............................................................................................34 7.2 Physical Dimensions ....................................................................................................36 8 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 37 8.1 Error Codes and Warnings ..........................................................................................38 9 Service & Maintenance .............................................................................. 39 9.1 Service and Maintenance ............................................................................................40 2CMC486004M0201 1 C13 Revision: A User Manual C13 2 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A About this Manual Chapter 1: About this Manual Overview This chapter describes the conventions used in this manual. It also contains expla- nations and definitions of terms and definitions that are used in the document. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 1.1 Conventions Used in this Document .....................................................4 2CMC486004M0201 3 C13 Revision: A User Manual About this Manual 1.1 Conventions Used in this Document Symbols This document contains warning, caution, note and tip icons that point out safety related conditions and other important or useful information. Symbol Description The electrical warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in electrical shock. The caution icon indicates important information or a warning related to the concept discussed in the text. It might indicate the presence of a hazard which could result in corruption of software or damage to equip- ment or property. The note icon alerts the reader to important facts and conditions. The tip icon gives the reader useful information related to the concept discussed in the text. C13 4 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Product Overview Chapter 2: Product Overview Overview This chapter describes the parts of the meter. It also contains information about the meter type. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 2.1 Meter Parts ............................................................................................6 2.2 Meter Type ............................................................................................7 2CMC486004M0201 5 C13 Revision: A User Manual

Product Overview 2.1 Meter Parts Illustration The parts of the meter are shown in the illustration below: 1 1 1 8 2 2 6 5 7 4 3

Parts description The following table describes the parts of the meter: Item Description Comments 1 Terminal for output connections 2 Sealing points 3 Push button For programming and reading metering data 4 LED Flashes in proportion to the energy measured 5 Display LCD for meter reading 6 Sealing label 7 Product data 8 Terminal block C13 6 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A 8 Product Overview 2.2 Meter Type C13 meter The C13 is a compact meter for 3-phase metering. The meter is direct connected for currents up to max. 40 A. Product label The meter type information that is reflected on the product label is shown in the example picture below: Label information The information on the type label is explained in the table below: Item Description 1 Type designation 2 LED pulse frequency 3 Serial number 4 Manufacturing date (year and week) 5 Wiring diagram 6 Bar code with serial number 7 Type designation 8 Energy import 9 Accuracy (active energy) 10 Nominal voltage 11 3-element metering 2CMC486004M0201 7 C13 Revision: A User Manual Product Overview Item Description 12 Frequency 13 LED pulse frequency 14 Pulse frequency 15 Protection class II 16 Operating temperature range 17 Rated current 18 ABB ID C13 8 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Installation Chapter 3: Installation Overview This chapter describes how to mount the C13 meter and how to connect it to an electricity network. In this chapter 3.1 Mounting the Meter .............................................................................. 10 3.2 Environmental Considerations ............................................................. 11 3.3 Installing the Meter ..............................................................................12 3.3.1 Wiring Diagrams ........................................................................13 2CMC486004M0201 9 C13 Revision: A User Manual Installation 3.1 Mounting the Meter General This section describes different ways to mount the C13 meter. For some methods of mounting, additional accessories are needed. For further information about ac- cessories, refer to Main Catalog (2CMC481003C0201). DIN-rail mounted The C13 meters are intended to be mounted on a standard (DIN 50022) DIN-rail. If this method of mounting is used no extra accessories are needed and the meter is fastened on the rail by snapping the DIN-rail lock onto the rail. Wall mounted The recommended way to mount the meter on a wall is to mount a separate DIN- rail on the wall and then mount the meter on the rail. Standard DIN-rail The following picture shows a standard DIN-rail. C13 10 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Installation 3.2 Environmental Considerations Ingress protection To comply with the protection requirements the product must be mounted in pro- tection class IP 51 enclosures, or better, according to IEC60259. Mechanical environment In accordance with the Measuring Directive (2014/32/EU), the product complies with M1, which means that it can be operated in “...locations with vibration and shocks of low significance, e.g. for instruments fastened to light suporting struc- tures subject to negligible vibrations and shocks transmitted from local blasting or pile-driving activities, slamming doors, etc.” Electromagnetic environment In accordance with the Measuring Directive (2014/32/EU), the product complies with E2, which means that it can be operated “...in locations with electro magnetic disturbances corresponding to those likely to be found in other industrial build- ings.” Climatic environmentIn order to work properly the product should not be operated outside the specified temperature range of -25°C – +70°C. In order to work properly the product should not exposed to humidity exceeding the specified 75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year. 2CMC486004M0201 11 C13 Revision: A User Manual Installation 3.3 Installing the Meter E Warning – Electrical equipment should only be installed, accessed, serviced and maintained by qualified electrical personnel. Working with high voltage is potentially lethal. Persons subjected to high voltage may suffer cardiac arrest, burn injuries, or other severe injuries. To avoid such injuries, make sure to disconnect the power supply before you start the installation. E Warning – For safety reasons it is recommended that the equipment is installed in a way that makes it impossible to reach or touch the terminal blocks by accident. The best way to make a safe installation is to install the unit in an enclosure. Further, access to the equipment should be limited through use of lock and key, controlled by qualified electrical personnel. E Warning – The meters must always be protected by fuses on the incoming side. In order to allow for maintenance of transformer rated meters, it is recommended that there should be a short circuiting device installed near the meter. Installation To comply with the protection requirements the meter must be mounted in protec- requirements tion class IP 51 enclosures, or better, according to IEC 60259. Meters with wireless communication should not be installed closer than 20 cm from people. Install the meter Follow the steps in the table below to install the meter: Verify the installation C13 12 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Step Action 1 Switch off the mains power. 2 Place the meter on the DIN-rail and make sure it snaps onto it. 3 Strip the cable insulation to the length that is indicated on the meter. 4 Connect the cables according to the wiring diagram that is printed on the me- ter and tighten the screws (0.8 Nm). 5 Install the circuit protection (max 40 A). 6 Connect the output to an external power supply (max 5–40 V). See the wiring diagram printed on the meter. 7 Turn on the mains power. The C13 meter has a red LED next to the push button on the front of the meter that flashes proportionally to the active energy. The LED has a fixed pulse fre- quency of 1000 imp/kWh and can be used to test and verify the installation. If the LED flashes when the mains power is turned on, the installation was successful. Installation 3.3.1 Wiring Diagrams 4-wire connection The following diagram shows a 4-wire connection of a direct connected 3-phase meter: 3.3.1.1 Outputs Fixed, 1 output 1 3 4 6 7 9 1210 2CMC486004M0201 13 C13 Revision: A User Manual Installation C13 14 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A User Interface Chapter 4: User Interface Overview This chapter gives an overview of the display and of the functions of the button on the meter. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 4.1 Display and buttons .............................................................................16 4.2 Menu Structure ....................................................................................17 2CMC486004M0201 15 C13 Revision: A User Manual User Interface 4.1 Display and buttons Display The display consists of icons, digits and letters. The measured value/menu options are displayed with large letters. The measured unit is displayed on the bottom- right side of the display, and the status icons are displayed at the upper part of the display, see figure below. 123k Arh Status Icons The status icons are shown in the table below. Icon Indication Comment Active error When a error has been detected, ! the icon will be lit on the display. When no error has been detected, the icon will be turned off. Metering in progress. When a load is connected to the meter, the icon will flash to indicate metering. When no load is con- nected, the icon will be turned off. Button The meter has one push button which is located below the display. A short press on the button (less than 1 sec) will step through the menu/submenu. A long press (more than 1 sec) followed by a release of the button will open the set menu or select an item in the menu.C13 16 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A User Interface 4.2 Menu Structure Overview This section will give an introduction to the menu structure. Menu structure The menu structure of the meter can be viewed in the following figure View menu Set menu Select function Set alarm –Active energy Alarm power –Active energy max resolution –– Output Exit Alarm voltage, L1 Alarm level Alarm voltage, L2 on– Active power, total Alarm voltage, L3 Alarm on delay – Active power, L1 – Active power, L2 Alarm current, L1 Alarm current, L2 Alarm level off – Active power, L3 Alarm current, L3 – Voltage, L1 – Voltage, L2 Alarm power factor Save –Exit –– Navigation To navigate in the menu, use the short press to navigate between the different menu items, and the long press to select a menu item. When performing settings, the short press is used to change the value of a specific setting, and the long press is used to toggle between different digits. View menu In the view menu, the following choices can be made. Alarm off delay – Voltage, L3 – Current, L2 – Current, L2 – Output state – Version – CrC Pulse output Current, L1 Out on Out off Power factor Exit Error Choice in menu Output on display No. of digits No. of decimals Unit Min. value Max. value Active energy <numerical value> kWh 7 0 kWh 0 9999999 2CMC486004M0201 17 C13 Revision: A User Manual User Interface Choice in menu Output on No. of display digits C13 18 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A No. of decimals Unit Min. value Max. value Active energy max resolution <numerical value> Wh 6 3 Wh 0 999.999 Active power Total <numerical value> W 5 0 W 0 99999 Active power Phase 1 <numerical value> W 5 0 W 0 99999 Active power Phase 2 <numerical value> W 5 0 W 0 99999 Active power Phase 3 <numerical value> W 5 0 W 0 99999 Voltage Phase 1 <numerical value> V 3 0 V 0 999 Voltage Phase 2 <numerical value> V 3 0 V 0 999 Voltage Phase 3 <numerical value> V 3 0 V 0 999 Current Phase 1 <numerical value> A 3 1 A 0 99.9 Current Phase 2 <numerical value> A 3 1 A 0 99.9 Current Phase 3 <numerical value> A 3 1 A 0 99.9 Power factor <numerical value> 4 3 N/A 0 1 Output state - Alarm on, or  N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A - Alarm off, or  N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A - Output on, or  N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A - Output off, or  N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A - Pulse out  N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Firmware version Part 1 N/A 3 N/A N/A 1 255 Firmware version Part 2 N/A 3 N/A N/A 0 255 Firmware version Part 3 N/A 3 N/A N/A 0 255 User Interface Choice in menu Output on No. of display digits Set menu The set menu is used to set different options in the meter. The set menu is reached by using the long press when located in the view menu. The following choices are available in the set menu, see table below. Set alarm menu When choosing Exit, the menu will return to the view menu. When choosing Out- put, the following choices will be available. No. of decimals Unit Min. value Max. value CRC Part 1 N/A 4 N/A N/A 0000 FFFF CRC Part 2 N/A 4 N/A N/A 0000 FFFF Error Er <numerical value> Choice in menu Output on display Output  Exit  Choice in menu Output on display Explanation Alarm power  VV 4 N/A N/A N/A N/A By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured power. Alarm voltage  V By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured voltage on Phase 1. Alarm voltage  V By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured voltage on Phase 2. Alarm voltage  V By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured voltage on Phase 3. Alarm current  A By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured current on Phase 1. Alarm current  A By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured current on Phase 2. Alarm current  A By choosing this option, the alarm will be set with regards to the measured current on Phase 3. 2CMC486004M0201 19 C13 Revision: A User Manual User Interface Choice in menu Output on display Explanation Alarm power factor  By choosing this option, the alarm will be set regarding to the measured power factor. Pulse output  By choosing this option, the pulse output function will be ac- tivated. Out on  By choosing this option, the output will be set to static on. Out off  By choosing this option, the output will be set to static off. Exit  Go back to the set menu. When either Alarm power, Alarm voltage, Alarm current or Alarm factor has been chosen, the following choices will be available. Choice Output on display Unit Explanation Alarm level on  W/V/A/- When the measured value passes the set value, the alarm will be triggered. Alarm on delay  seconds When the measured value passes the set value and remains for the set time, the alarm will be triggered. Alarm level off  W/V/A/- When the measured value passes the set value, the alarm will be cleared. Alarm off delay  seconds When the measured value passes the set value and remains for the set time, the alarm will be cleared. Save  N/A This option saves the alarm settings. Exit  N/A Go back to the set menu without saving. Use this option to view the current alarm settings. C13 20 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Meter Settings Chapter 5: Meter Settings Overview This chapter describes how to configure the functions of the meter, including alarm settings. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 5.1 Setting the Output ................................................................................ 22 5.2 Setting the Alarm .................................................................................24 2CMC486004M0201 21 C13 Revision: A User Manual Meter Settings 5.1 Setting the Output About the output The C13 meter has one output which can be used for three different purposes. When one of the three options has been chosen for the output, the remaining two options are automatically disabled. • Alarm monitoring The output is used for monitoring if an alarm has been triggered or not. • Static level The output is set as static, either as static on or static off. • Pulse output The output is set as a pulse output. Output state The Output state in the main menu indicates what function is activated. See table below for the different functions that can be activated Activated function Output on display Comment Alarm on  The alarm is set and has been trig- gered.The pulse output exit is deacti- vated. Alarm off  The alarm is set but has not been trig- gered. The pulse output exit is deacti- vated. Output on  There is always a continous signal on the output. Output off  The output is closed for all traffic, both in- bound and outbound. Pulse out  The output is activated with a frequency based on measured energy. The alarm function is deactivated. Set output to To set the pulse output to be available for pulse measuring, perform the following pulse output steps when located in the view menu. Step Action Comment 1 When located in the view menu, use the long press to get to the set menu. C13 22 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A - 2 Use the long press to get to the selection of func- tions menu. - 3 Toggle through the menu to get to the Pulse out choice. Use the long press to choose Pulse out ( on the display). The Pulse out choice in the selection of function menu is displayed as:  Meter Settings Disable output The output can also be disabled by performing the following steps when located in the view menu. Step Action Comment

1 When located in the view menu, use the long press to get to the set menu -

Activate output To activate the output, perform the following steps when located in the view menu.

2 Use the long press to get to the selection of func- tion menu. - 3 Toggle through the menu to get to the Output off choice ( on the display). Use the long press to choose the Output off. The Output off choice in the view menu is dis- played as: 

Step Action Comment

1 When located in the view menu, use the long press to get to the set menu. - 2 Use the long press to get to the selection of func- tion menu. - 3 Toggle through the menu to get to the Output on choice ( on the display). Use the long press to choose the Output on. The Output on choice in the view menu is displayed as: 

2CMC486004M0201 23 C13 Revision: A User Manual Meter Settings 5.2 Setting the Alarm About the alarm The alarm function gives the user the possibility to set an alarm that will trigger when a defined limit is reached by the measured value. See table for more infor- mation. Choice in menu Unit Output on display Range Alarm power W  0–99999 W W Alarm voltage Phase 1 V  V If the value is set above the max range, the meter will automatically set the value to the max value allowed by the range. Example: Alarm current is set to 100.0 A by the user, but the max value is 40.0 A, so the meter will use the max value, in this case 40.0 A. If an alarm has been set, the output state will indicate if the alarm is triggered (AL On) or not (AL OFF). The magnitude of the set alarm is also displayed in the output state. Set alarm To set an alarm, perform the following steps when located in the view menu. C13 24 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A 0–299 V Alarm voltage Phase 2 V  V 0–299 V Alarm voltage Phase 3 V  V 0–299 V Alarm current Phase 1 A  A 0–40.00 A Alarm current Phase 2 A  A 0–40.00 A Alarm current Phase 3 A  A 0–40.00 A Alarm power factor -  0–0.999 Step Action Comment 1 Use the long press to get to the set menu - 2 Use the long press to get to the selection of function menu - 3 Toggle through the menu to choose what mag- nitude to set. Choose one of the following: Alarm power (W), Alarm voltage (V), Alarm current (A) and Alarm factor (no magnitude). Use the long press to choose. 4 Set the alarm value that the measured value must pass in order for the alarm to trigger (Alarm level on). Use the short press to change the value of the digit, and the long press to step through the different digits. Meter Settings Step Action Comment

5 Set the time frame that the measured value must pass the set alarm value in order for the alarm to trigger (Alarm on delay). Use the short press to change the value of the digit, and the long press to step through the different digits.

Read alarm The Output option in the View menu shows whether a programmed alarm has been triggered or not. A triggered alarm displays as AL On, and an alarm that has not been triggered displays as AL OFF.

6 Set the alarm value that the measured value must pass in order for the alarm to be cleared (Alarm level off). Use the short press to change the value of the digit, and the long press to step through the different digits. 7 Set the time frame that the measured value must pass the set alarm value in order for the alarm to be cleared (Alarm off delay). Use the short press to change the value of the digit, and the long press to step through the different digits. 8 To save the alarm settings and enable the alarm function, use the long press when lo- cated in the save-menu ( on the display). After performing this setting, the alarm is set. If not choosing the option save, the settings will not be saved and the previously saved setting will be used in- stead. The alarm will not be ac- tivated.

2CMC486004M0201 25 C13 Revision: A User Manual Meter Settings C13 26 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Technical Description Chapter 6: Technical Description Overview This chapter describes the technical functions of the C13 meter. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 6.1 Energy Values .....................................................................................28 6.2 Instrumentation ....................................................................................29 6.3 Outputs ................................................................................................30 6.4 Alarm ...................................................................................................31 2CMC486004M0201 27 C13 Revision: A User Manual Technical Description 6.1 Energy Values General The energy values are stored in energy registers. The different energy registers can be divided into: • Registers containing active energy. The energy values can be read directly on the display by using the button on the meter.

Presentation of register values In direct connected meters the energy is usually displayed with a fixed unit and number of decimals (normally kWh, with no decimals).

C13 28 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A In case the energy is displayed with fixed units and number of decimals the energy will “roll over” to zeros when the energy is increment ed if all nines are displayed. The meter can however contain more digits internally, which can be read out via communication if the meter is equipped with a communication interface. Technical Description 6.2 Instrumentation

Instrumentation functions The following table shows the complete instrumentation functions of the C13 me- ter. Instrumentation C13

Active power L1 X Active power L2 X Active power L3 X Voltage L1 - N X Voltage L2 - N X Voltage L3 - N X Current L1 X Current L2 X Current L3 X Power factor, Total X Accuracy All instrumentation data accuracy is defined within the voltage range -20% – +15% of the stated nominal voltage and within the current range 5% of the base current to the maximum current. 2CMC486004M0201 29 C13 Revision: A User Manual Technical Description 6.3 Outputs About outputs The C13 meter has one output which can be used for three different purposes. When one of the three options has been choosen for the output, the remaining two options are automatically disabled. • Alarm monitoring The output is used for monitoring if an alarm has been triggered or not. • Static level The output is set as static, either as static on or static off. • Pulse output The output is set as a pulse output. On the pulse output the meter sends out a specified number of pulses (pulse fre- quency) per kilowatt hour (kilovar for reactive pulse outputs). The amount of pulses sent out are in proportion to the energy flowed through the meter. The meter has a pulse output frequency of 1000 imp/kWh and the pulse width is 100 ms. C13 30 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Technical Description 6.4 Alarm General The purpose of the alarm function is to enable monitoring of quantities in the meter. Monitoring can be set to high or low level detection. High level detection gives an alarm when the level of a quantity goes above the set level. Low level detection gives an alarm when the value goes below the set level. Quantities Depending on the meter type all or a subset of the following quantities can be monitored: • Active power • Power factor • Current L • Voltage L-N

Functional description When the value of the monitored quantity passes the activation level, and remains there for a period of time equal or longer than the specified time delay, the alarm is activated. In the same way, the alarm is deactivated when the value passes the deactivation level and remains there for a time equal to or longer than the speci- fied time delay. If the activation level is higher than the deactivation level, the alarm is activated when the value of the monitored quantity is higher than the activation level.

If the activation level is lower than the deactivation level, the alarm is activated when the vale of the monitored quantity is lower than the activation level. 2CMC486004M0201 31 C13 Revision: A User Manual Technical Description C13 32 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Technical data Chapter 7: Technical data Overview This chapter contains the technical specifications and the physical dimensions of the meter. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 7.1 Technical Specifications ......................................................................34 7.2 Physical Dimensions ...........................................................................36 2CMC486004M0201 33 C13 Revision: A User Manual Technical data 7.1 Technical Specifications Specifications for C13 direct connected meter Voltage/current inputs Nominal voltage 3x230/400 VAC Voltage range 3x220–240 VAC (-20% – +15%) Power dissipation voltage circuits 1.5 VA (0.6 W) total Power dissipation current circuits 0.04 VA (0.04 W) per phase at 230 VAC and Ib Base current Ib 5 A Reference current Iref 5 A Transitional current Itr 0.5 A Maximum current Imax 40 A Minimum current Imin 0.25 A Starting current Ist < 20 mA Terminal wire area 0.5–10 mm2 Recommended tightening torque 0.8 Nm General data Frequency 50 or 60 Hz ± 5% Accuracy 1% (Cl. 1, Cl. B) Display of energy 7-digit LCD Mechanical Material Polycarbonate in transparent front glass. Glass reinforced polycarbonate in bottom case and upper case. Polycarbonate in terminal cover. Weight 190 g Environmental Operating temperature -25°C – +70°C Storage temperature -25°C – +85°C Humidity 75% yearly average, 95% on 30 days/year. Resistance to fire and heat Terminal 960°C, cover 650°C (IEC 60695-2-1) Pulse output Current 2–100 mA Voltage 5–40 VDC Pulse output frequency 1000 imp/kWh Pulse length 100 ms Terminal wire area 0.5–6 mm2 Recommended tightening torque 0.8 Nm Pulse indicator(LED) Pulse frequency 1000 imp/kWh Pulse length 40 ms EMC compatibility C13 34 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Technical data Impulse voltage test 6 kV 1.2/50μs (IEC 60060-1) Surge voltage test 4 kV 1.2/50μs (IEC 61000-4-5) Fast transient burst test 4 kV (IEC 61000-4-4) Immunity to electromagnetic HF-fields 80 MHz – 2 GHz at 10 V/m (IEC61000-4-3) Immunity to conducted disturbance 150kHz – 80MHz (IEC 61000-4-6)

Immunity to electromagnetic distur- bances 2–150 kHz for kWh-meters

Radio frequency emission EN 55022, class B (CISPR22) Electrostatic discharge 15 kV (IEC 61000-4-2) Standards IEC 62052-11, IEC 62053-21 class 1, GB/T 17215.211-2006, GB/T 17215.321-2008 class 1 & 2, GB 4208-2008, EN 50470- 1, EN 50470-3 category B 2CMC486004M0201 35 C13 Revision: A User Manual Technical data 7.2 Physical Dimensions C13 The following drawing shows the physical dimensions of the C13 meter C13 36 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Troubleshooting Chapter 8: Troubleshooting Overview This chapter describes the error codes and the warnings that can be received from the meter. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 8.1 Error Codes and Warnings ..................................................................38 2CMC486004M0201 37 C13 Revision: A User Manual Troubleshooting 8.1 Error Codes and Warnings

Error codes Warnings Error code Description Warning Description

C13 38 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A Er0041 Program CRC error Er0042 Persistent storage CRC error Er0051 Vref is not vdd/2 Er0052 Temperature sensor error Er1007 Negative power Er1008 Frequency outside meter specification Service & Maintenance Chapter 9: Service & Maintenance Overview This chapter contains information about service and maintenance of the product. In this chapter The following topics are covered in this chapter: 9.1 Service and Maintenance ....................................................................40 2CMC486004M0201 39 C13 Revision: A User Manual Service & Maintenance 9.1 Service and Maintenance Service This product contains no parts that can be repaired or exchanged. A broken meter must be replaced. Cleaning If the meter needs to be cleaned, use a lightly moistened cloth with a mild deter- gent to wipe it. C Caution – Be careful that no liquid gets into the meter since it can ruin the equipment. C13 40 2CMC486004M0201 User Manual Revision: A


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