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    How to Change the Logging Interval For the Min/Max/Average Log on a CM4000

    The CM4000 Meter will calculate and log interval Min/Max/Average values for the following measurements:

    • Voltage Phase A-B
    • Voltage Phase B-C
    • Voltage Phase C-A
    • Voltage N-G
    • Current Phase A
    • Current Phase B
    • Current Phase C
    • Current Phase N
    • Current Phase G
    • kW 3-Phase Average
    • kVAR 3-Phase Average
    • kVA 3-Phase Average
    • kW Demand 3-Phase Average
    • kVAR Demand 3-Phase Average
    • kVA Demand 3-Phase Average
    • THD Voltage A-N
    • THD Voltage B-N
    • THD Voltage C-N
    • THD Voltage A-B
    • THD Voltage B-C
    • THD Voltage C-A
    • True Power Factor 3-Phase Total
    • Displacement Power Factor 3-Phase Total

    By default, the interval is set to 60 minutes. The interval can be changed, however ION Setup presently does not have the capability of making this change. 

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    Modbus Register Writes

    In order to change the logging interval, for the Min/Max/Average log, it will be necessary to use Modbus Command Writes to update the meter. 

    Using Modbus Tester (or another Modbus read/write program):

    Warning: Following this procedure will cause a soft reset on the meter. I/O Modules may deenergize and alarms may pick up or drop out.

    1) Write the value 9020 to register 8000. 
    2) Write the value X to register 3300, where X is the desired interval in minutes. (Note: The value for X must divide evenly into 1440). 
    3) Write the value 1 to register 8001.
    4) Write the value 9021 to register 8000. 


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