PowerTag Wiser Energy M 63A 3P Energy sensor

Powertag Wiser Energy M 63A 3P

Catalogue Number: 4CBEM3
PowerTag Wiser Energy M 63A 3P Energy sensor
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Product name
PowerTag Wiser M63
Product or component type
energy sensor
Product brand
Poles description
Max current
63 A
[Ib] basic current
10 A
Starting current
40 mA
Saturation current
130 A
Product specific application
  • load monitoring
  • circuit monitoring
  • overload alarm
  • energy production monitoring (photovoltaic)
  • energy management
    • Concentrator compatibility
      Wiser IP module
      Market segment
    • residential: breaker voltage monitoring
    • residential: overload alarm
      • Range compatibility
        Resi MAX & MAX4
        Type of measurement
      • current
      • voltage
      • active energy
        • Accuracy class
        • class 1 current conforming to IEC 61557-12
        • class 0.5 voltage conforming to IEC 61557-12
        • class 1 active energy conforming to IEC 61557-12
          • Mounting location
            top or bottom
            Mounting support
            on circuit breaker
            Product destination
            Event management
            voltage loss with measured current at voltage loss
            Transmission support medium
            radio frequency 2.4-2.4835 GHz conforming to IEEE 802.15.4
            Maximum emission power
            10 mW
            Form factor
            Mounting mode
            by screws (terminals)
            Electrical connection
            connector tooth
            Cable cross section
          • 1 rigid cable 1.5-16 mm²
          • 2 stranded cable 1.5-2.5 mm²
          • 2 rigid cable 1.5-2.5 mm²
          • 1 stranded cable 1.5-16 mm²
            • [Ue] rated operational voltage
              380...415 V AC, +/- 20 %, between phases
              Network frequency
            • 50 Hz
            • 60 Hz
              • Maximum power consumption in VA
                2 VA
              • IEC 61557-12
              • IEC 61010-1
              • IEC 61010-2-030
              • IEC 61326-1
              • ETSI EN 300 328
                • Height
                  16.5 mm
                  54 mm
                  43 mm
                  Net weight
                  28 g
                  Quality labels
                  2014/53/EU - radio equipment directive
                  Operating altitude
                  0...2000 m
                  Ambient air temperature for operation
                  -25-60 °C
                  Ambient air temperature for storage
                  -40-85 °C
                  Overvoltage category
                  III conforming to IEC 61010-1
                  Measurement category
                  category III conforming to IEC 61010-2-030
                  IP degree of protection
                  IP20 conforming to IEC 60529
                  IK degree of protection
                  Pollution degree
                  Relative humidity
                  0-95 % at 45-45 °C conforming to IEC 60721-3-3
                  Vibration resistance
                  3M4 conforming to IEC 60721-3-3
                  Environmental characteristic
                • dustproof class 3S3 conforming to IEC 60721-3-3
                • salt mist class 3C2 conforming to IEC 60721-3-3
                  • Package 1 Weight
                    0.051 kg
                    Package 1 Height
                    0.5 dm
                    Package 1 width
                    0.6 dm
                    Package 1 Length
                    0.85 dm
                    Sustainable offer status
                    Green Premium product
                    EU RoHS Directive
                    Mercury free
                    RoHS exemption information
                    China RoHS Regulation
                    Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information
                    Environmental Disclosure
                    Circularity Profile
                    The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins

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                    Frequently Asked Questions

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                    Can the ECC21 display ITIC / CBEMA curves?

                    Goals and Symptoms

                    To add the ITIC / CBEMA webpage option to the ECC21.

                    Causes and Fixes


                    By default the ECC21 card does not have the CBEMA curve webpage pre-loaded


                    FTP the ITIC.htm file to the ECC21 to enable ITIC / CEBEMA graphs

                    1. Download the attached ITIC.htm file to the root of C:\
                    2. Open a Windows Command Prompt (cmd)
                    3. Enter "ftp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" where the x's correspond to the IP address of the ECC21
                    4. When prompted, enter the ECC user name "admin"
                    5. When prompted, enter the admin password. The default password is "admin"
                    6. Enter "send C:\itic.htm"


                    Example ITIC graph

                    Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL200365 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 10/28/2009, Last Edited by MaTh on 10/28/2009
                    Related ranges: ECC21

                    Why does my SMC Series Smart-UPS switch to battery when it encounters high voltage?

                    "SMC" series Smart-UPS switches to battery when it encounters high input voltage.
                    Product line:
                    Smart-UPS SMC
                    SMC1000, SMC1500, SMC1000-2u, SMC1500-2u 
                    The SMC series of Smart-UPS feature boost-only voltage regulation. If input voltage rises above your high voltage transfer point, the UPS will switch to on-battery operation. This is normal.
                    If you find your unit repeatedly switching to on-battery operation due to high input voltage, you can adjust the high voltage transfer point via Powerchute Business Edition. This gives you a wider range of acceptable input voltages and will allow your UPS to stay on-line in a wider variety of situations. Please note that this will also potentially expose your attached load to higher voltages, however it will never expose your load to anything outside of CBEMA standards for acceptable input voltage. If your application requires both boost and trim voltage regulation, we would suggest upgrading to an SMT or SMX series Smart-UPS.


                    The PQDIF file extracted from an ION8650C is empty

                    The CBEMA log and the power quality report for the ION8650 indicate that a PQ event but the PQDIF extractor in PME 8.x creates an empty file for the specific time range. 

                    Product line 
                    ION8650C, PME 8.1

                    PQDIF extractor 

                    The ION8650's Sag/swell module doesn't have following outputs and therefore they are not logged in the database. 
                    1- SubV1Avg, SubV2Avg, SubV3Avg
                    2- DistV1Avg, DistV2Avg, DistV3Avg
                    The PQDIFF extractor default templates for the ION8650 meters requires a disturbance average quantity in order to generate a PQDIFF file. 

                    The ION8650C, unlike the ION8650A and ION8650B, was not designed to be a power quality meter and has limited PQ capabilities. The meter by default records the min and max duration and the PQDIFF extractor can be modified  to export PQDIFF files from the ION8650C:

                    To Add a new custom template to PQDIFF that can export either the min or max disturbance values:
                    1. Navigate to PME_Directory\Schneider Electric\Power Monitoring Expert\config\exporters\PQDIF\templates
                    2. Add the files SagSwell_Voltage_Disturbance_max_values and SagSwell_Voltage_Disturbance_min_values to the folder.
                    3.  Restart the ION PQDIF Exporter Service and relaunch PQDIF exporter.
                    4. Select the new ION8650C templates and then run an export job in PQDIF exporter
                    The extracted files will contain either the mix or the min values. 

                    PM850/870 Device Reboots For No Apparent Reason in ION Enterprise \SPM \ PME

                    An ION Enterprise 5.6 SP1 or 6.0, StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM), Power Monitoring Expert (PME) system which includes a PM850 or PM870 device,
                    the device reboots periodically for no apparent reason.

                    Product Line

                    ION Enterprise 5.6 SP1, StruxureWare Power Monitoring (SPM), Power Monitoring Expert (PME)

                    There is a problem with firmware versions for PM8 devices prior to v10.8 which can cause the device to reboot if it is polled frequently.

                    Upgrade the meter firmware to version 10.8 or greater. Upgrading the meter firmware will also allow the device to provide information required for a CBEMA plot.

                    Access to firmware upgrade instructions, including a how-to video and a link to the latest firmware can be found at:  Firmware Upgrade - Instructions and Downloads
                    If only the firmware is required, it can be downloaded directly from: https://www.schneider-electric.com/en/download/document/PM8xx_V12.5/

                    Or Alternatively,

                    1) Using a internet browser navigate to www.schneider-electric.com
                    2) select Support, then Download Center from the Green menu bar
                    3) type "PM800 Series V12.500 Firmware" into the search bar and click on the Search button
                    4) click on the "PM800 Series V12.500 Firmware" link presented in the search results
                    5) click on the Download button to start the download and save the file

                    Note: Also by entering only PM800 and/or keyword search criteria into the search bar, you be find wide variety of PM800 related documents.