Overview
  • Up to 128 analog and 64 digital input channels
  • Up to 32 relay outputs for alarms
  • Scan rates up to 15,36 kHz, 16 bits resolution
  • Self-diagnostic, watch-dog and auto-boot
  • 2×750 GByte RAID, dual-CPU, 3 GB DRAM
  • 15” TFT screen
Enclosure
  • Control and Monitoring Unit, CMU (19” x 12HU)
  • Signal Unit, SU (19” x 4 HU)
Supply Voltage
  • 24-300 VDC and 110 / 220 VAC
Relay Outputs
  • 4×8 alarm output with Form C contacts
Analog Channels
  • 32 analog channels / Signal Unit (max. 4 SU per CMU); flexible input configuration
Currents
  • 1/5 A (nominal)
Voltage
  • 150V (nominal)
Small signals
  • 1mV, 10mV, 1V, 10V, ±20mA
Accuracy
  • Better than 0.3%, CMR >85db
Digital Channels
  • Each Signal Unit is equipped with 8 relay outputs and 16 digital inputs.
Communication
  • Ethernet network 10/100/1000Mb/s, TCP/IP protocol
Control and Monitoring Unit
  • Dual CPU system, 3 GB DRAM, 2*750 GB RAID
  • 15” TFT screen
Recording Functions – Sampling Rate
  • Up to 256 samples per cycle
  • 50 cycles: up to 12.8 kHz
  • 60 cycles: up to 15,36 kHz
Fault-/Event Recording Stream
  • Pre-fault time: user selectable (typical: 0.1-5s)
  • Fault time: user selectable (typical: 1-20s)
  • Post-fault time: user selectable (typical: 0.1-5s)
  • Re-trigger: supported, various setting options
RMS-/Phasor/PQ Recording Stream
  • Pre-fault time: user selectable (typical: 1-100s)
  • Fault time: user selectable (typical: 10-900s)
  • Post-fault time: user selectable (typical: 10-900s)
  • Re-trigger: supported, various setting options
Continuous RMS/Phasor/PQ Monitoring
  • Sampling rate: 0.1-100 samples per second
  • Storage capacity: Up to 5 years (minimum)
  • Variables: Full flexibility (user defined)
Triggering
  • Threshold and gradient on any input and user defined signal
  • Triggering on calculated quantities (signal oscillation, PQ criteria, etc.)
  • Manuel triggering on visually observed signals and test commands