“Project Name” PROJ. NO. ______
Honeywell Din-Mon Smart Meter
26 09 00 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
26 09 13 ELECTRICAL POWER MONITORING
PART 1 GENERAL
A. This Section includes Advanced Energy and Power Communicating Meters, with dual protocol communications compatible with the Facility Management and Control System, for monitoring applications and revenue metering of: motors, switchgear, panel boards, control panels, server racks, and renewable energy systems.
B. Design and Rating: UL listed and sized for power and load applied.
1.2 RELATED SECTIONS
A. SECTION 25 36 13 – Integrated Automation Power Meters:
1. Providing all network communications connections, communication raceway systems, wiring and termination responsibilities for metering products and systems.
1.3 AGENCY AND CODE APPROVALS
A. The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the extent referenced. The edition/revision of the referenced publications shall be the latest date as of the date of the Contract Documents, unless otherwise specified. Verification that the approvals exist for all submitted products shall be provided with the submittal package. Products not currently offering the following approvals are not acceptable.
1. UL Approved: UL 61010-1
2. IEC: 61010-1: 2012, 3rd Edition
3. FCC Compliant
4. ANSI: C12.20 National Accuracy Standard (± 0.2% from 1% to 100% rated load)
5. LonMark® Certified
6. BACnet® Testing Laboratories
1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE
A. Manufacturer Qualifications: Maintain, within 50 miles of project site, an authorized product distributor capable of providing parts and support.
B. Source Limitations: Obtain meters of a single type through one source from a single manufacturer.
A. See SECTION 01 30 00 – Administrative Requirements, for submittal procedures.
B. Provide manufacturer's technical data on features, performance, electrical ratings, and characteristics on specified products.
C. Shop drawings shall contain complete wiring and schematic diagrams, software descriptions, calculations, a description of the communication type, media and protocol, and any other details required to demonstrate that the meter system has been coordinated and will properly function as a system.
PART 2 MATERIALS
2.1 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS
A. Specified Manufacturer: Honeywell; Din-Mon™ Smart Meter
B. Acceptable Manufacturers: Alternate manufactures will be considered in accordance “or equal” provision specified in SECTION 01 62 00 – Product Options
2.2 ADVANCED ENERGY AND POWER COMMUNICATING METER
A. The meter shall be designed specifically for use with the Facility Management and Control System for: monitoring applications, renewable energy systems bidirectional metering, and revenue metering of multi-phase electrical circuits, with built-in multiple communications protocol options.
B. The meter shall be field programmable for meter Date /Time, IP Address, ID Code for communications protocols.
C. The meter shall be configurable using NiagaraAX Framework, JAR file shall be unrestricted for use with any Tridium NiagaraAX workbench tool.
D. The meter shall provide an integrated keypad and LCD display for user interface.
1. Multi-Line Display: The display shall collect and present monitored values with seven display screens:
a. Total Kilowatt-Hours Delivered (KWh)
b. Peak Demand (KW) with Date & Time Stamp
c. Actual Load (KW) with Present Time
d. Average Current (amps) per Phase
e. Average Voltage (volts) per Phase
f. Average Voltage (volts) Phase to Phase
g. Power Factor (pf) per Phase
2. System Performance Monitor: The display shall collect and present operational data:
a. Current sensor diagnostics indicator.
b. Phase error diagnostics indicator.
c. Phase angle diagnostics indicator.
E. The meter shall provide dual-protocol communications functionality for RS-485 and Ethernet simultaneously, with communications protocols as specified in SECTION 25 36 13 – Integrated Automation Power Meters.
a. ModBus RTU
b. BACnet MS/TP
c. LonTalk FT-10
a. ModBus TCP/IP
b. BACnet IP
3. The meter shall communicate the following values:
a. Energy Delivered (KWh)
b. Energy Received (KWh)
c. Reactive Energy Delivered (KVARh)
d. Reactive Energy Received (KVARh)
e. Real Power (KW)
f. Reactive Power (KVAR)
g. Apparent power (KVA)
h. Power Factor (% PF)
i. Peak Demand (KW)
j. Current Average (Amps)
k. Voltage Line-Neutral (Volts-N)
l. Voltage Line-Line (Volts-L)
m. Frequency (Hz)
n. Phase Angle (Degree)
o. Real Power Phase A (KW)
p. Real Power Phase B (KW)
q. Real Power Phase C (KW)
r. Reactive Power Phase A (KVAR)
s. Reactive Power Phase B (KVAR)
t. Reactive Power Phase C (KVAR)
u. Apparent Power Phase A (KVA)
v. Apparent Power Phase B (KVA)
w. Apparent Power Phase C (KVA)
x. Power Factor Phase A (%PF)
y. Power Factor Phase B (%PF)
z. Power Factor Phase B (%PF)
aa. Current Phase A (Amps)
bb. Current Phase B (Amps)
cc. Current Phase C (Amps)
dd. Voltage Line-Neutral Phase A-N (Volts-N)
ee. Voltage Line-Neutral Phase B-N (Volts-N)
ff. Voltage Line-Neutral Phase C-N (Volts-N)
gg. Voltage Line-Line Phase A-B (Volts-L)
hh. Voltage Line-Line Phase B-C (Volts-L)
ii. Voltage Line-Line Phase C-A (Volts-L)
jj. Phase Angle Phase A (Degree)
kk. Phase Angle Phase B (Degree)
ll. Phase Angle Phase C (Degree)
mm. Reserve A (N/A)
nn. Reserve B (N/A)
oo. Reserve C (N/A)
pp. External Input 1 (Pulse)
qq. External input 2 (Pulse)
F. The Modbus communicating meter shall record KWh and KVARh delivered, KWh and KVARh received for the first four channels in 15-minute intervals for up to 72 days or 5-minute intervals for up to 24 days, in a CSV format.
G. The meter shall be designed for use on: 2-wire, single phase; 3-wire, single phase; 3-wire, 3-phase (Delta); and 4-wire, 3-phase (Wye) circuits.
H. The meter shall directly accept voltage input at one of the following voltages:
1. 120/208-240V, 127/220V, 3-Phase
2. 220/380V, 230/400V, 240/415V, 3-Phase
3. 277/480V, 3-Phase
4. 347/600V, 3-Phase
I. The meter shall accept and be provided with industry standard 0 to 0.333V split-core sensors, UL rated for Measurement Category III, for service up to 800 amps (sensor mounting distance not to exceed 500 feet from meter).
J. The meter shall provide two pulse outputs, with one of two configurable functions:
1. Watt-hour and VAR-hour pulse outputs
2. Watt-hour pulse and Phase Loss (N.O. Contact) outputs
K. The meter shall derive operating power from its metering connections, with non-volatile memory to maintain reading during power outages.
L. Technical Requirements:
1. The meter shall meet or exceed ANSI C12.20 National Accuracy Standards (±0.2% from 1% to 100% of rated load).
2. The meter shall meet or exceed MID Accuracy Standards.
3. Line Connection:
a. Voltage Operating Range: ±10% of rated voltage
b. Voltage Overload: +25% continuously; +100% for 20 cycles.
c. Line Frequency 50-60 Hz
d. Circuit Input isolation: 5.3kVAC
4. Ambient Conditions:
a. Ambient operating temperature: -4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C)
b. Relative humidity: 0…95% RH, non-condensing, non-corrosive.
c. Altitude: 6,562 ft. (2,000 m)
5. Installation (Overvoltage) Category: Category III
6. Measurement Category: Category III
7. Enclosure Material: PPO/PS (Plastic)
PART 3 EXECUTION
A. Install system and materials in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, and as detailed on the project drawing set.
B. Coordinate layout and installation of meters with DIVISION 25 contractor, including: catalog data sheets, wiring diagrams, functions, ratings and characteristics of supply circuit, and communications protocol.
A. Line and low voltage electrical connections to metering equipment shall be furnished and installed by this contractor in accordance with these specifications.
B. Conduit installation requirements are specified in SECTION 25 05 33.13 Conduit for Electrical Systems. Drawings indicate general arrangement of conduit, fittings, and specialties.
C. All wiring shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code and any applicable local codes. All FMCS wiring shall be installed in the conduit.
A. The meter shall be warranted for a period of five (5) years from the date of installation when installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
3.4 ACCEPTANCE TESTING
A. Acceptance: Satisfactory completion is when this contractor has performed successfully all the required testing to show performance compliance with the requirements of the Contract Documents to the satisfaction of the Owner’s Representative. Acceptance shall be contingent upon completion and review of all corrected deficiencies.
END OF SECTION
26 09 13 - 6 Final 03/11/2014