Image of 8000LEN StarServe Metal Enclosure Lite

StarServe Lite Enclosure, Surface Mount (330 x 210 x 130mm)

Catalogue Number: 8000LEN
Image of 8000LEN StarServe Metal Enclosure Lite
Colour:
Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Specifications

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Product brand
Clipsal
Width
200 mm
Height
300 mm
Depth
145 mm
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there a flush version of StarServe lite enclosure 8000LEN?

For a flush StarServe lite enclosure, surface mount enclosure 8000LEN and the flush mounting kit 8000LENFK to suit 8000LEN are needed.
For further information please visit:
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=8000LENFK
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=8000LEN
8000LEN
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What are the kind of Starserve enclosures are there?

Please see the Following table for StarServe Enclosures:
 
Part Number Description Dimensions
3105ABEN Slimline Plastic Enclosure 269mm(W) X 383mm(H) X 84mm(D)
3105PEN7440 ABS Plastic Enclosure - Suited for NBN 405mm(W) X 750mm(H) X 150mm(D)
8000LEN
Lite-Size Metal Enclosure
200mm(W) X 300mm(H) X 145(D)
8000LFK
8000LEN Enclosure Flush Kit
 
3105PENF Professional Metal Enclosure, Flush Mount 465mm(W) X 895mm(H) X 113mm(D)
8000MEN Mid-Size Metal Enclosure 415mm(W) 450mm(H) X 145mm(D)
8000MENFK
8000MEN Enclosure Flush Kit
 
3105PENS Professional Metal Enclosure, Surface Mount 465mm(W) X 895mm(H) X 113mm(D)
 
For Further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=starserve
 
 
8000MEN

3105PENS
 8000LEN

3105PENF


3105PEN7440

3105ABEN

 

Is there a replacement for the 8000PEN?

Yes.
Flush Version - 3105PENF
Surface Version - 3105PENS
 

Is part numner 8000PKES still available?

No. Unfortunately, part is no longer available.

Replaced with 3105ABEN (Enclosure),3105SPF2(TV Splitter),3105APP8H6(Data Panel)
3105APP8/6(Phone Panel),3105VDU38IR(Video Distribution Hub) & RJ5/05PL-BU(Patch Leads)

How to enable 100ms Frequency monitoring on a CM4000 series meter

Issue
Enabling 100ms frequency monitoring on a CM4000

Product Line
CM4000

Environment
High Speed Monitoring

Cause
By default 100ms frequency monitoring is not enabled

Resolution
100ms Frequency monitoring is disabled by default on the CM4000 series meters. To enable this feature, the following command writes must be executed to the meter:

Write 9020 to register 8000
Write 11 to register 3239
Write 1 to register 8001
Write 9021 to register 8000

This will enable 100ms Frequency monitoring. The value is stored in register 1080 (Units - 0.01 Hz).

MGE EPS 6,7,8k Installation, Technical Specs and Operation Manuals

 
Issue:
MGE EPS 6,7,8k Installation, Technical Specs and Operation Manuals
 
Product line:
EPS 6000
EPS 7000
EPS 8000
 
Environment:
Customers and Sales Reps asking for Installation, Technical Specs and Operation Manuals
 
Cause:
Customer or sales rep are unable to find the documentation with their UPS
 
Resolution:
Provide the following links to customer for Installation, Technical Specs and Operation Manuals
 
EPS 8000
https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/MGE-EPS-8000-800-kVA/P-E8TUPS800
 
EPS 7000
https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/MGE-EPS-7000-500-kVA/P-E7TUPS500
 
EPS 6000
https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/EPS-6000-625-kVA/P-E6TUPS625
 
If the customer or sales rep is looking for specific drawings for Qsku, 99-xxxxxx-xx and other customer products than Lvl2 or TTL will need to get involved.
 

 

How is the scale factor used for integer registers in a Branch Circuit Power Meter (BCPM)?

Each integer register has a scale factor associated with it. See the following example below:
Example

Data point needed: Current for meter 1 in a single phase, top feed configuration:

Data Register 1336: 8000
Scale Register 1000: 65,534 (which is -2 in 2s complement. Since 65534-65536=-2)
Formula: Data register * (10^scale register) = Scaled value

E.g. 8000*(10^-2) = 80 Amps


See the BCPM register list for more information and listing of all modbus points.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL203218 V2.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 08/31/2010, Last Edited by MaTh on 05/22/2012
Related ranges: BCPM(Branch Circuit Power Meter)

How do you perform a soft reset on a CM3000/4000 and PM8 series?


Issue:
Unable to power cycle the meter physically. Need to do remotely or perform soft reset by writing modbus register to the meter.

Product Line:
CM3000/4000, PM8 series

Causes:
Sometimes local access to where the meters are installed isn't possible or access to the wiring of the meter is blocked.

Resolution:
In this case, remotely write modbus register to meter in order to power cycle the meter. Using software like Tester (software the read/write register):

Write 9020 to register 8000
Then, write 1110 to register 8000

This will reset the meter.
 
In addition, the PM8 series meter you can write modbus register from front panel. Also, if user has CM3000/4000 with display, they can also write modbus register from front display.
 

HEP meter

Issue
After making a change to the Log Export, any unsent log data is never sent from the meter. 

Product
High End Platform meters (HEP)
ION 9000
PM 8000
ION 7400

Environment
SMTP

Cause
When the module has a setup change the module is initialized with the new settings. The process of the initializing will set the log export module to the end of the data recorder. Any attempt to pulse the Log Export module to retrieve the old data will result in message in the meter's eventlog no new records found.

Resolutions
Intended behavior of meter. Be sure all data from desired Data Recorder is sent before making a change to the Log Export module.

How to read Floating Point Registers in a Circuit Monitor 4000 (CM4), Circuit Monitor 3000 (CM3), and Power Meter 800 (PM8)

Issue
User wants to read meter quantities from a CM3, CM4, or PM8 in floating point format.

Environment
CM3000, CM4000, PM800

Cause
The CM3, CM4, and PM8 series of meters have registers that are capable of storing data in the float format. This is appealing to people trying to incorporate the meters into a Building Management System (BMS). By default, the float data storage option is disabled.

Resolution
To enable floating point registers in a CM3 or CM4:
Note: CM3 and CM4 firmware must be at least v14.090. Prior versions do not have the necessary registers.

Write a value of 1 to register 3248 to enable the float registers. 

To enable floating point registers in a PM8:
Note: PM8 firmware must be at least v11.6. Prior versions do not have the necessary registers.

Write a value of 9020 to register 8000
Write a value of 1 to register 3248 to enable the float registers. 
Write a value of 1 to register 8001
Write a value of 9021 to register 8000


The float registers for the CM3 and CM4 start at 57600. 
The float registers for the PM8 start at 11700.
Quantities include currents, voltages, powers, and energies.

How does one enable EN50160 PASS/FAIL evaulations on a Circuit Monitor 3000 (CM3000), Circuit Monitor 4000 (CM4000), or Power Meter 800 (PM800)?

The CM3, CM4, and PM8 evaluate the following
electrical characteristics in accordance with EN50160:

Frequency
Magnitude of the supply voltage
Supply voltage variations
Rapid voltage changes voltage magnitude (All) and flicker (CM4000T only)
Supply voltage dips
Short interruptions of the supply voltage
Long interruptions of the supply voltage
Temporary power frequency over voltages
Transient over voltages (CM4000T only)
Supply voltage unbalance
Harmonic voltage


By default after enabling EN50160, the PASS/FAIL tests are disabled. Details about each test and how to enable them are stated in the meter's reference manuals. This article is designed as a quick setup guide for enabling PASS/FAIL testing.

Note: EN50160 must first be enabled in SMS, PMCU, or from the front display before setting pass/fail limits.




These test values must be configured using the command interface:

Write value 9020 to 8000
Write a non-negative value to each register above(if applicable).
Write value 1 to 8001
Write value 9021 to 8000

These registers must be written to because they are -32,768 by default (a.k.a. disabled).

Example of an EN50160 table for a PM870:


If the number of allowable events is greater than the register set limit, the test will show a fail:


Note: ION Enterprise has similar tables to read the EN50160 information from these meters.


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL203616 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 10/01/2010, Last Edited by MaTh on 10/01/2010
Related ranges: PM800 series, CM4000 series, CM3000 series

CM3000 Power Demand and Peak Demand are resetting on the 1st of the month when no scheduled tasks are set up

Goals and Symptoms

Summary
CM3000 Power Demand and Peak Demand are resetting on the 1st of the month when no scheduled tasks are set up.

Causes and Fixes

Cause

CM3000s with firmware 15.020 and below will experience this issue.

Register 6426 has a default setting to automatically reset peak demand at the beginning of the month. The default has been set to 3 to reset both power and input metering peak demand.



Solution

To stop demand from resetting each month:

Change the default value from 3 to 0:

write value 9020 to register 8000
write value 0 to register 6426
write value 1 to register 8001
write value 9021 to register 8000


Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL207081 V1.0, Originally authored by MaTh on 01/09/2012, Last Edited by MaTh on 01/09/2012
Related ranges: CM3000 series
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