Rms amps fundamental frequency phases abc all current

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RMS Amps (fundamental frequency), Phases A,B,C All Current Phase Angle (degrees), Phases A,B,C All Diagnostic Counters (number of occurrences) d1 [Polarity, etc.] All d2 [Voltage Imbalance] All d3 [Inactive Current] All d4 [Current Phase Angle Imbalance] All d5-A [Distortion] All d5-B [Distortion] All d5-C [Distortion] All
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GEH-7285, kV2c Encompass Electronic Meter Operating Instructions 2-11 Display Item Operational Modes Available d5 Total [Distortion] All d6 [Under Voltage] All d7 [Over Voltage] All d8 [High Neutral] All TEST MODE Test Mode Demand Interval length in minutes (block) All Test Mode Demand No of Subintervals. (rolling only) All Test Mode Demand Subint. length in minutes (rolling) All Test Mode Maximum Demand 1,2,3,4,5 UOM All Test Mode Data Accumulation 1 thru 20 UOM All Test Mode Time Out Length in minutes All Test Mode Thermal Interval Type: “0”=15 min., “1”=1 min. All Test Mode Accumulating Demand 1,2,3,4,5 UOM All Test Mode Time Remaining in Subint (not valid for thermal demands) All Test Mode Power Factor All Time Remaining in Test Mode (Sub)interval in min. & sec. (Not valid for thermal demands) All CONSTANTS Demand Interval Length in minutes (block only) All Demand No. of Subintervals (rolling only) All Demand Subinterval Length in minutes (rolling only) All Demand Alert Threshold in UOM per “Display Demand Units” below All Demand Delay Length in minutes All Minimum Outage for Demand Delay in seconds TOU Display Demand Units (“0”=kW,kVA, etc.;”1”=W,VA,etc.) All Display Scalar: (for GE internal use) All Display Primary Volts/Amps Flag: “0”= Sec, “1”= Pri. All Display Multiplier (Scaled): (for GE internal use) All Electrical Service All Meter ID 1 All Meter ID 2 All Program ID All Transformer Ratio – Current: X:5 All Transformer Ratio – Voltage: X:1 All EOI Duration in seconds: contact closure and annunciator All Power Factor Threshold All Power Factor Demand Threshold All Load Profile # Channels TOU/ DmdLP Load Profile Interval Length in minutes TOU/ DmdLP Real-Time Pricing State: “0”= Disabled, “1”= Enabled All Seal Flag State: “0”= Unsealed, “1”= Sealed Official Government Metrology Control All Blank Data Display All All Segments All Firmware Version No. = 1, 2, All Hardware Version No. = 1, 2, All User defined label 1,2,3,4,5 All Transformer Factor All VARIABLES Current Season TOU Current Date TOU/ DmdLP Current Day Of Week (1-7 means Sun-Sat) TOU/DmdLP Current Time TOU/ DmdLP Time Remaining in Demand (Sub)interval in minutes (Not valid for thermal demands) All
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GEH-7285, kV2c Encompass Electronic Meter 2-12 Operating Instructions Display Item Operational Modes Available Load Control ON ( “0”= OFF, “1”= ON) TOU Real-Time Pricing time remaining until activation in min. All PREVIOUS SELF READS 1,2,3,4,5 Date TOU Time TOU Total Summation 1,2,3,4,5 All Max Demand 1,2,3,4,5 All Max Demand Date 1,2,3,4,5 TOU Max Demand Time 1,2,3,4,5 TOU 2.2.1 Display Modes There are five display modes: Normal Alternate Site Genie Test Frozen The user can switch between display modes using the Display Switch and the Test Switch.
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  • Spring '18
  • Electric power transmission, Power factor, Electricity distribution, smart grid, Meter Block Diagram

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