M660 IEC 61850 Multifunction SCADA Meter

Mulitfunction SCADA with IEC 61850

Simplified Setup and Configuration

The M660 meters have a crisp, long-life display, are simple to set up and use, and offer superior communications flexibility including IEC 61850. Primary settings can be programmed using the front display buttons. Simple and advanced settings are easily configured through the Ethernet service port. Pre-set register/point sets and display screens coupled with the universal power supply and universal wiring make it easy to go from the box to up and running in no time.

Display

  • 3-line at once, easy-to-read, long-life LED displays that can be read from far away in all substation conditions including bright sunlight
  • Ultimate precision with five digits per line
  • Instant recognition of the displayed function from the trademark alphanumeric display of engineering units
  • Easy setup and scrolling from front display with “Touch-Sense” buttons
  • Ultimate flexibility by utilizing pre-set measurement screens or customizing screens including engineering units

Communications

  • Direct import of IEC 61850 CID files generated by off-the-shelf system configurator tools (SCTs)
  • Fully-configurable Unbuffered or Buffered IEC 61850 report generation for communication to other equipment
  • No need for PC software – Ethernet service port provides access to web server in the instrument so meters can be interfaced with just a web browser for viewing and configuration
  • Available Ethernet protocol support for DNP3 or Modbus TCP
  • Optional fiber port that replaces standard Ethernet service port and includes Modbus and DNP3 Ethernet protocol support
  • An option for both standard secondary “optimal resolution” or primary units makes communications with SCADA/RTU more flexible

Measurements

  • Full basic measurement set with optional demand and harmonic values (M3)
  • 0.2% revenue accuracy
  • .001Hz accuracy
  • Updates every 100ms

Built for the Substation

  • Wide-range universal power supply for all substation installations
  • Rugged aluminum case
  • Reduce inventory cost as one model covers all wiring options
  • Designed to for mounting through the standard 4′ diameter (AB40) panel cutout

Applications

  • Digital front-end to SCADA systems
  • Intelligent Electronic Device (IED) interfacing to RTUs and PLCs
  • Local indication of substation conditions
  • Plant equipment, line, power & energy monitoring
  • Voltage control, power factor control, and load shedding

Specifications

Dimensions: 4.5” (w) x 4.5” (h) x 6.5”(d)

Weight: 1.8 lbs.

Power Supply: Universal 48-250V dc/55-240V ac nominal

Current Inputs: 1 or 5A nominal to maximum of 2A or 10A (2x overload)

Voltage Inputs: 120V ac nominal, 45-65Hz

Outputs:

  • Standard RJ45 10BaseT/100BaseTX port for service port functions, optional Modbus or DNP3 TCP/IP support
  • Optional LC 100Base FX fiber port with Modbus or DNP3 TCP/IP support

Environmental:

  • Operating temperature range -40 to 70C, storage temperature -40 to 85C
  • Humidity 0-95% non-condensing
  • Surge withstand to ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1: 2002
  • UL/CSA Recognized, File Number E164178, CE Marked
Available Measurements
Available Measurements
Amps A, B, C Residual
Demand/Max. Amps A, B, C Residual
Volts AN, BN, CN, NG, AB, BC, CA
Fundamental Frequency
Watts A, B, C, Total
VARs A,B,C, Total
VAs A, B, C, Total
Power Factor A, B, C, Total
Watt-Hrs Normal
Watt-Hrs Reverse
Watt-Hrs Net
VA-Hrs
VAR-Hrs Lag
VAR-Hrs Lead
Fund. Amps A, B,C, Residual
Fund. Volts AN, BN, CN, AB, BC, CA
Phase Angle Amps A, B, C
Phase Angle Volts AN, BN, CN, AB, BC, CA
K-factor Amps A, B, C, Residual
TDD Amps A, B, C, Residual
TDD Denominator A, B, C
THD Volts AN, BN, CN, AB, BC, CA
Demand/Max. Fund. Amps A, B, C, Residual
Average/Max./Min. VARs A, B, C, Total
Average/Max./Min. VAs A, B, C, Total
Average/Max./Min. Volts AN, BN, CN, NG, AB, BC, CA
Average/Max./Min. Watts A, B, C, Total
Displacement Power Factor A, B, C, Total

IP Address Identity Tool

Inverse Address Recognition Protocol (InARP) is a software utility program available for 50 Series SCADA meters that requests the IP address for a specific MAC address on an Ethernet network. It can also scan for a range of MAC addresses and print the IP address for any devices which respond. The utility requires the WinPcap and Packet libraries which are bundled in the WinPcap “Installer for Windows,” downloadable from www.winpcap.org.  Installation requires  Administrator privileges.  Download the application here.

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