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: 27198001
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Power Meter
HC 6000


Instruction Manual





















Contents
Introduction ... 1 - 2
Specification ....................................... 3 - 4
Installation ...................................... 5 - 10
Wiring
Dimension
Applications
Communication wiring
Power measurement conventions
Conversion of measured parameters
Configuration
Modbus and protocol ............................... 11- 27
Definition of keyboards / parameters ........ 28-39



POWER METER HC 6000
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Introduction
About HC 6000 Power Meter
The HC 6000 is conceptualized and designed to
revolutionize the approach to traditional power
metering.
Each HC 6000 is a compact, electronically advanced
and programmable multi-display metering device
(MDMD). It is the answer to future generation of
electrical metering needs and methodology.
The concept of HC 6000 design is based several
principles as follow:
Environmental Impact & Cost Saving
A HC 6000 can replace many units of conventional
analog or digital instruments and change over
switches (e.g. Amp, Volt, KVA, KW, PF, KWH, KVarH,
FQ etc.).
This saves on the wiring material usage and reduces
the cost on metering needs.
With the HC 6000 modern and practical MDMD, the
front layout of switch boards and control panels are
aesthetically refined.
Increase Productivity & Efficiency
The HC 6000 is specifically designed to be
compatible with the world 2 most widely used DIN
standard panel instruments (It fits the DIN 92 x 92
mm panel cutout holes).
The HC 6000 is as a MDMD greatly reduced cabling
complexity and time. It is also a standardize
hardware suitable for either 1 phase 2 wires, 1 phase
3 wires, 3 phase 3 wire or 3 phase 4 wires networks.
Improved Technical Superiority and Reliability
The HC 6000 is endowed with technical specifications,
(overload capabilities, accuracy levels, long term
stability, readout dependability etc.) far exceeding
those of conventional instruments.
To overcome the critiques of digital metering, the HC
6000 MDMD supports a VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent
Display) screen with green (naturally comfortable)
alphanumeric readouts. This allows visual clarity at
long distance yet avoid parallax errors for close
range viewing. The multi-display readings can be
damped through it readout resolution besides the
option to manually or automatically prioritize and
sequentially view the more than 30 electrical
parameters. To meet future metering environments,
the power meter is equipped with a serial port
(RS-485 or RS-232), to allow connection to an open
architecture computerized network. Running on PC or
data acquisition system and complying with Modbus


protocol. The software provides a simple yet
practical solution to energy management in factories
and plant, small industries, building services, etc.
Parameters Conversion
The microprocessor-based power meter now provides
compatibility with the modicon Modbus

system as a
standard featured. From the VFD multi-display
reading V, A, VA, W, Var, WH, etc. more than 30 power
and energy parameters. Via the RS-485 Modbus


communications, including the instant maximum and
minimum of all parameters, maximum demand
control, time stamping, etc. more than 90 parameters
can be achieved by remote monitoring system.


POWER METER HC 6000
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Features
Over 90 power and energy parameters
For factory and building automation
Modbus

RTU protocol
Maximum 600V
True RMS conversion
Instant maximum and minimum
VFD display clear and long-life
Build in RTC (real time clock)
Field programmable PT / CT ratio
Accuracy up to 0.15%
Maximum demand control applicable
Memory for all setup and energy data
Comprehensive self test diagnostics
Low input burden 0.1VA (5A / 120V)
Wide power supply range 80~260V AC / DC
Compact physical configuration
Compatible for DIN & ANSI cut out
2KV RMS input / output / power isolation

Factory & Building Automation (FA & BA)
The HC 6000 is developed for factory and building
automation (FA & BA) applications, more all of power
and energy parameters can easily apply to wide
range of AC switch-gear or industrial power
distribution system for metering.
PLC Modbus

Compatible
The Modbus

communications protocol allows


information and data to be efficiently transferred
between HC 6000 and modicon programmable logic
controller (PLC) or other third party Modbus


compatible monitoring and control system. The HC
6000 can also establish a monitoring system just
simply adopt an IPC-based centralized master display
software. The RTU mode Modbus

protocol with
default baud rate 9600 bps, none parity, 8 data bit.
Build-in Real Time Clock (RTC)
HC 6000 is with a build-in RTC (real time clock) that
provide the internal time standard and time stamp for
all records attached to each maximum and minimum
energy measurements. RTC also provided the
demand-control time period 15 / 30 minutes for max.
power demand control of utility load shedding.
Memory for all setup and energy data
All of the meter status setting and energy data are
retaining in memory while was lost power. HC 6000
records includes the watt-hour that been measured,
the record of maximum demand value, date and time,
PT and CT ratio, the measured system configuration,
displaying setting, and communication related.
Field Programmability
The field programmable HC 6000 is able to set e.g.
CT and PT ratio, Modbus

address, communication
baud rate, parity, meters display, etc. either
programming by push-bottom or by rear RS-485 /
RS-232 communication port from a PC.
Accuracy up to 0.15%
With a well developed conversion, sampling and
software compensation technology that make HC
6000 successfully meet the accuracy requirement of
modern metering, that voltage and current up to
0.15% and other power up to 0.25%.
Comprehensive System Integration
The HC 6000 now provides the Modbus

(are
compatible with the modicon system as a standard
feature for comprehensive system integration. The
PLC compatible RS-485 / RS-232 Modbus


communication protocol allows information and data
to be efficiently transferred between bower HC 6000
and modicon programmable logic controller (PLC)
existing RTU Power SCADA system and DCS system or
other information or software backup please contact
Hsiang Cheng Electric Corp. or representative sales
department.
POWER METER HC 6000
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Model & Ordering Number
Model : HC 6000
Ordering : HC 6000 -- A -- 5.0A -- H -- 1 -- N
Version N : None
Y : Special Ordering
Current
1.0A Communication Port
5.0A 1 : RS-485
7.5A 2 : RS-232
Y : Special Ordering
Power
HAC 80-260V, DC 80-330V
LDC 20-60V


Specification
Programmable measurements / Accuracy / Display readouts
Parameter Digits Display (maximum) Accuracy Phase1 Phase2 Phase3 Total Average
V x 3
A x 3
Watts
Vars
VA
PF
WH
VarH
I0
Hz
5 (or 4)
5 (or 4)
5 (or 4)
5 (or 4)
5 (or 4)
4
8
8
5 (or 4)
5 (or 4)
9.9.9.9.9. V/KV
9.9.9.9.9. A/KA
9.9.9.9.9. W/KW/MW/GW
9.9.9.9.9. Var/KVar/MVar/GVar
9.9.9.9.9. VA/KVA/MVA/GVA
0.9999
9.9.9.9.9.9.9.9. WH/KWH/MWH
9.9.9.9.9.9.9.9. VarH/KVarH/MVarH
9.9.9.9.9. A/KA
70.000
0.15% fs
0.15% fs
0.25% fs
0.25% fs
0.25% fs
0.25% fs
0.8% rd
1% rd
0.5% fs
0.03% rd
V1
A1
W1
Var1
VA1
PF1
V2
A2
W2
Var2
VA2
PF2
V3
A3
W3
Var3
VA3
PF3


W
Var
VAE
PF
WH
VarH
VE
AE
Accuracy : Corresponding to each auto-range scale
VL1/VL2/VL3 : Line to line voltage
VP1/VP2/VP3 : Line to neutral voltage
PF1/PF2/PF3 : Related conversion elements
I0 (neutral current, only for 3 phase 4 wires)
Accuracy performance range for WH/VarH/PF
Cos: 1-0.5 for WH/PF
Sin: 1-0.5 for VarH
Voltage75V, Current0.5A
Phase rotation
SEQ POST : Positive sequence
SEQ NEG : Negative sequence
POWER METER HC 6000
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Input
Range
Voltage : 10-600V
Current : Suitable for CT secondary rating(option)
Maximum 6A for 5A rating
Maximum 1.2A for 1A rating
Frequency : 40-70 Hz
Burden
Voltage < 0.4VA at 600V
< 0.04VA at 150V
Current < 0.1VA at rating
Overload rating
Current Voltage
2 x rated continuous 750V continuous
10 x rated 30 seconds 1000V 10 seconds
25 x rated 2 seconds 1200V 3 seconds
50 x rated 1 second
Measured system
Suitable for 3 phase 4 wires / 3 phase 3 wires /
single phase 2 & 3 wires / 3 phase balance
Select by input wiring & software configuration
Programmability
Software accessible / password lock
System selection : 3 phase 4 wires / 3 phase 3
wires /1 phase 2 & 3 wires and 3 phase balance
PT : 1 - 5000.0 ; CT : 1-2000.0
Readout display control
5 or 4 digits / auto scan or manual selection /
scanning time
Maximum demand 1-60 min
Maximum and minimum of instant measurement
Communication
Baud rate 1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600 / 19200
Address setting 1 - 254
Calibration : software with password lock
Memory : all of energy date and status setting
Communication port
RS485 (standard) ; RS232 (option)
Modbus

RTU protocol
Display
VFD / 0.28 / green color, 3 rows of 9
alphanumeric
Dielectric strength
IEC 255-5
2KV AC rms 1 minute between input / output /
power
Impulse and surge test
ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1-1989 (3KV) SWC test
IEC 255-22-1 class SWC test
IEC 255-22-4 class (IEC 801-4) SWC test
IEC 255-5 1.2 x 50us (5KV) impulse test
Stability
Temperature range -25 to +55, maximum 100
ppm/
Long term stability 0.15% drift maximum per year
Operating condition
Temperature range -25 to +60,
RH 20 - 95% non-condensed
Storage condition
Temperature range -25 to +70,
RH 20 - 95% non-condensed
Power supply
AC 80 - 260V, 40 - 70 Hz, DC 80 - 330V
DC 20 - 60V
Dissipation maximum 12VA for AC and 6 Watts for
DC
Mounting / Dimension
Panel type mounting
Size : 120 x 120 x 130.5mm
Cut out : 92 x 92mm
POWER METER HC 6000
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8
7
1
2
0
83
120
21 98 19
138
9
1
1
4
,
5
1
4
,
5
1
2
0
11,1
9,5
91
9
1
CUT OUT
92x92mm
A
B PA P
A S
PC N P
L B S B L
Z
Power
!
Comm.
L C S C X
Y
1
6
,
5
1
6
,
5
18,5 18,5
Wiring

Dimension

L A AS BS BL CS CL P B A P P N FG P C OWER P
+
Source
-
L1
L2
3 Phase 3 Wires Unbalance Load
Load
3 Phase 4 Wires Unbalance Load
L1
L2
B A AS L S S B C L C OWER
+
P L PA PB N P C P FG
-
Source
N
L1
Load
1 Phase 3 Wires Unbalance Load
L1
B L S A A C L C B S S
Source
N
B A AS L S S B C L C
+
OWER
Load
P B P A P L FG P C PN
-
OWER
+
P L PA PB N P C P FG
-
L3
L3
N
Source Load
Source
L2
L3
L1
Load
3 Phase 3 Wires Balance Load (1)
B L S A A C L C B S S
+
OWER P B P A P L FG P C PN
-
L2
Communication Port
Z Y X
TxD RxD SG
Option
RS232
3 Phase 3 Wires Balance Load (2)
Source
L2
L3
L1
A AS B BS L L
-
Load
P C C S L P P A B C P
+
P FG N OWER
Standard
RS485
Communication Port
D+
X
NC D-
Z Y
1 Phase 2 Wires / 3 Phase 4 Wires Balance Load
3 Phase 3 Wires Unbalance Load (3CT)
C
Source
L2
L3
L1
B A A S L C B S L S
- +
Load
P P P PA L B P FG N C OWER
*Setting system : 3 phase 4 wires
POWER METER HC 6000
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D- D+
RS-485
R

C
Zt (*)
Ground shield at SCADA /
PLC / Computer only
(one end grounding)
Up to 32 devices
maximum 4000 feet
Shield

Twisted pair shielded
cable
RS-485
D- D+
Computer
Meter Meter Meter
D- D+
RS-485
D- D+
RS-485
R

C
Zt (*)
(*) Terminating
Impedance at each
end (typically 120
and 1nF)
Applications
The HC 6000 PC tool a utility program that can help user to connect to HC 6000 Power Meter rapidly. The HC
6000 PC Tool is provided along with every HC 6000, which allows easy access to all meter setup information
and actual values via a personal computer running Windows 95/98 and one of the PCs communication ports
(COM1 or COM2). The PC Tool is able to do the function as bellows:
Program / Modify setup information
Load / save setup information files from / to disk
Read actual Basic value (current / voltage / power / frequency)
The HC 6000 PC Tool can be used as stand-alone without a HC 6000 meter to create or edit HC 6000 setup
information file.




Test Set
RS-485 Modbus Communication Bus (RTU mode)


Communication wiring




DCS
System
PLC
SCADA
System
RTU
HC 6000 HC 6000 HC 6000 HC 6000 HC 6000
POWER METER HC 6000
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Power Measurement Conventions

M
C
Power Meter HC 6000
A
B
C
Voltage
Reference
0

-Watt
-Var
L PF (Lagging load)
Reverse WH
-VarH
+90

Motoring Generating
+180


+Watt
+Var
L PF (Lagging load)
Forward WH
+VarH
-Watt
+Var
C PF (Leading load)
Reverse WH
+VarH
+Watt
-Var
C PF (Leading load)
Forward WH
-VarH
+270

I
I I
I
POWER METER HC 6000
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T
T
0
1

T
T
0
1

T
T
0
1

T
T
0
1
Conversion of measured parameters
3 Phase 4 Wires System
Real conversion
V1 / V2 / V3 ( VL-N ) True RMS [ ( V )
2
dt ]
1/2
, ( Van / Vbn / Vcn )
A1 / A2 / A3 True RMS [ [( A )
2
dt ]
1/2

Active power, Pr [ ( V1A1 + V2A2 + V3A3 ) dt ], ( W1 + W2 + W3 )
Apparent power, Pa V1A1V2A2V3A3
Math. conversion
Reactive power, Pi [ ( V1A1 )
2
- ( W1 )
2
]
1/2
+ [ ( V2A2 )
2
- ( W2 )
2
]
1/2
+ [ ( V3A3 )
2
- ( W3 )
2
]
1/2

Power factor, Pf Active power / Apparent power ( Pr / Pa )
Neutral current, I0 I0 = I1 + I2 + I3
3 Phase 3 Wires System
Real conversion
V1 / V2 ( VL-L ) True RMS ( Vab / Vbc )
A1 / A3 True RMS
Active power, Pr [ ( V1A1 + ( -V2 ) A3 ) dt ], ( W1 + W2 )

Apparent power, 3 / 2 [ ( V1A1 ) + ( V2A3 ) ]
Math. conversion
True RMS V3 = V1
2
+ V2
2
- 2V1V2 COS
Reactive power, Pi [ ( V1A1 )
2
- ( W1 )
2
]
1/2
+ [ ( V2A3 )
2
- ( W2 )
2
]
1/2

Power factor, Pf Active power / Apparent power ( Pr / Pa )
POWER METER HC 6000
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Configuration
3P4W
1P2W
SYSTEM 3P3W
3P3W BAL
1P3W
3P4W BAL
DISPLAY SCAN TIME VALUE
MENU PHASE V
LINE V
A1, A2, A3
VP, VL, AE
VPE, AE, W
VP1, A1, W
BOOT CHECK VP3, A3, W
(setting disable) A0, %V / AUB
W, Q, VA
HZ, PF, SEQ
PROG W1, W2, W3
MODE Q1, Q2, Q3
(setting enable) VA1, VA2, VA3
PF1, PF2, PF3
+WH / -WH
+QH / -QH
VAH / AH
DMD, A / W
DATE / TIME
DIGITS 5
4
RATIO PT VALUE
CT VALUE
COMM ADDRESS POSITION
BAUD RATE 1200 BPS
2400 BPS
4800 BPS
9600 BPS
19200 BPS
PARITY NONE
EVEN
ODD
POWER METER HC 6000
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MAX DEMD PERIOD VALUE
TYPE BINT
ROLL
TIME SET YEAR VALUE
MONTH VALUE
DAY VALUE
HOUR VALUE
MINUTE VALUE
SECOND VALUE
RESET CTR FWD WH VALUE
REV WH VALUE
+QH VALUE
-QH VALUE
VAH VALUE
AH VALUE
POWER METER HC 6000
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Modbus

and protocol
PLC Modbus

Compatible
The Modbus

communications protocol allows


information and data to be efficiently transferred
between HC 6000 and modicon programmable logic
controller (PLC) or other third party Modbus


compatible monitoring and control system. The HC
6000 can also establish a monitoring system just
simply adopt an IPC-based centralized master display
software.
Comprehensive System Integration
The HC 6000 now provides the Modbus

are
compatible with the modicon system as a standard
feature for comprehensive system integration. The
PLC compatible RS-485/232C ModBus


communication protocol allows information and data
to be transferred efficiently between HC 6000 and
modicon programmable logic controller (PLC),
existing RTU Power SCADA system and DCS system or
other Modbus

protocol compatible system.


Transmission Mode
The mode of transmission is the structure of the
individual units of information within a message, and
the numbering system used to transmit the data.
The mode is defined in the following which is
compatible with Modbus

protocol - RTU Mode.


Coding System 8-bit binary
Start bit 1
Data bits 8
Parity
1 bit for odd / even parity
no bit for no parity
Stop bit
1 stop bit for odd / even parity
2 bit if no parity
Error checking CRC (cyclical redundancy check)
Start of frame = silence on line for time4
characters
Slave address = 1 character
Function code = 1 character
Data field = N character
Error check = 16 bit CRC
End of frame = silence on line for time 4
characters
SLAVE ADDRESS - This is the first byte of every
transmission. This byte represents the user-assigned
address of the slave device that is to receive the
message sent by the master. Each slave device must
be assigned a unique address and only the
addressed slave will respond to a transmission that
starts with its address. In a master request
transmission the SLAVE ADDRESS represents the
address of the slave to which the request is being
sent. In a slave response transmission the SLAVE
ADDRESS represents the address of the slave that is
sending the response.
FUNCTION CODE - This is the second byte of every
transmission. Modbus

defines function codes of


1-127. HC 6000 implements some of these functions.
In a master request transmission the FUNCTION CODE
tells the slave what action to perform. In a slave
response transmission if the FUNCTION CODE sent
from the slave is the same as the FUNCTION CODE
sent from the master then the slave performed the
function as requested. If the high order bit of the
FUNCTION CODE sent from the slave is a 1 (i.e. if the
FUNCTION CODE is > 127) then the salve did not
perform the function as requested and is sending an
error or exception response.
DATA - This will be a variable number of bytes
depending on the FUNCTION CODE. This may be
Actual Values, Setpoints, or addresses sent by the
master to the slave or by the slave to the master.
CRC - This is a two byte error checking code.
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Protocol
When the message reaches the instrument, it enters
that addressed device through a similar "part". The
addressed device removes the envelope, reads the
message, and, if no errors have occurred, performs
the requested task. It then replaces the message into
the saved envelope and "returns to sender". The
information in the response message is the slave
address, the action performed, data acquired as a
result of the action, and a means of checking for
errors. No response is transmitted if any error has
occurred.
Framing
Address Function Data Check
8-Bits 8-Bits N x 8-Bits 16-Bits
Message Frame Format
*Modbus is the registered trademark of Modicon Inc.
Address Field
The address field is the beginning of the frame and
consists of 8-bits (1-254). These bits indicate the
user assigned address of the slave device that is to
receive the message sent by the attached master.
Each slave must be assigned a unique address and
only the addressed slave will respond to query that
contains its address. When the slave sends a
response, the slave address informs the master
which slave is communicating.
Function Field
The function code field tells the addressed slaves
what function to perform. Table 1-1 lists the function
codes, all measuring and action which initiated.
Table 1-1 Function Codes
Code Meaning Action
03 Read Data
Obtain current binary value in one
or more registers
06 Preset Single-Register
Place a specific binary value into a
single-register
10
Preset
Multiple-Register
Place specific binary values into a
series of consecutive
multiple-registers
Data Field
The data field contains information needed by the
slave to perform the specific function or it contains
data collected by the slave in response to a query.
This information may be values, address references,
or limits. For example, the function code tells the
slave to read a register, and the data field is needed
to indicated which register to start at and how many
to read. The imbedded address and data information
varied with the type and capacity of slave associated
with the slave.
Error Check Field
This field allows the master and slave devices to
check a message for errors in transmission.
Sometimes, because of electrical noise or other
interference, a message may be changed slightly
while it is on its way from one unit to another. The
error checking assures that the slave or master does
not react to messages that have changed during
transmission. This increases the safety and the
efficiency of the system. The Error Check uses a
CRC-16 check method.
Note:
The sending sequence is always the same -- Address,
Function Code, Data, and Error Check-relative to the
direction.
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Error Detection
The Cyclical Redundancy Check (CRC) field is two
bytes, containing a 16-bit binary value. The CRC
value is calculated by the transmitting device, which
appends the CRC to the message. The receiving
device recalculates a CRC during receipt of the
message, and compares the calculated value to the
actual value it received in the CRC field. If the two
values are not equal, an error results.
The CRC is started by first preluding a 16-bit register
to all 1's. Then a process begins of applying
successive 8-bit bytes of the message to the current
contents of the register. Only the eight bits of data
in each character are used for generating the CRC.
Start and stop bits, and the parity bit if one is used,
do not apply to the CRC.
During generating of the CRC, each 8-bit character is
exclusive ORed with the register contents. Then the
result is shifted in the direction of the least
significant bit (LSB), with a zero filled into the most
significant bit (MSB) position. The LSB is extracted
and examined. If the LSB was a 1, the register is
then exclusive ORed with a preset, fixed value, If the
LSB was a 0, no exclusive OR takes place.
This process is repeated until eight shifts have been
performed. After the last (eighth) shift, the next
8-bit character is exclusive ORed with the register's
current value, and the process repeats for eight
more shifts as described above. The final contents of
the register, after all the characters of the message
have been applied, is the CRC value.
A procedure for generating a CRC is:
1. Load a 16-bit register with FFFF hex (all 1's). Call
this the CRC register.
2. Exclusive OR the first 8-bit byte of the message
with the low-order byte of the 16-bit CRC register,
putting the result in the CRC register.
3. Shift the CRC register one bit to the right (toward
the LSB), zero-filling the MSB. Extract and
Examine the LSB.
4. If the LSB was 0 : Repeat Step 3 (another shift).
If the LSB was 1 : Exclusive OR the CRC register
with the polynomial value A001 (1010 0000
0000 0001)
5. Repeat step 3 and 4 until 8 shifts have been
performed. When this is done, a complete 8-bit
byte will have been processed.
6. Repeat step 2 through 5 for the next 8-bit byte of
the message.
7. The final contents of the CRC register are the CRC
value.
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Function Code 03 - Read setpoints and actual values
For HC 000 implementation of Modbus

, those
commands can be used to read any setpoint ( "
holding registers " ) or actual value ( " input
registers " ). Holding and input registers are 16 bits
( two byte ) values transmitted for high order byte
first. Thus all HC 6000 setpoints and actual values
are sent as two bytes. The maximum number of
registers that can be read in one transmission is 125.
Function code 03 is configured to read setpoints or
actual values interchangeably because some PLCs do
not support it.
The slave response to these function code is the
slave address, function code, a count of number of
data bytes to follow, the data in self and the CRC.
Each data item is sent as a two byte number with the
high order byte sent first.
Message format and example :
Request slave 01 to respond with 3 registers starting
at address 0032.
For this example the register data in these address
is :
Address Date
0032 EA60
0034 C350
0036 DB6C
Master transmission Bytes Example ( hex )
Slave Address 1 01 Message for slave 01
Function Code 1 03 Read registers
Data Starting 2 00 Data starting at 0032
Address 32
Number of setpoints 2 00 3 registers ( 6 bytes total )
03
CRC 2 A4 CRC calculated by the master
04
Slave Response
Slave Address 1 01 Message from slave 01
Function Code 1 03 Read registers
Byte Count 1 06 3 registers = 6 bytes
Data 1 2 EA Value in address 0032
60
Data 2 2 C3 Value in address 0034
50
Data 3 2 DB Value in address 0036
6C
CRC 2 D1 CRC calculated by the slave
3F
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Function Code 06 - Store Single Setpoint
The command allows the master to store a single
setpoint into the memory of HC 6000. The slave
response to this function code is to echo the entire
master transmission.
Message Format and Example :
Request slave 01 to store the value 0002 in Setpoint
address 0002.
After the transmission in this example is complete,
Setpoints address 0002 will contain the value 0002.
Master Transmission Bytes Example (hex)
SLAVE ADDRESS 1 01 message for slave 01
FUNCTION CODE 1 06 store single setpoint
DATA STARTING 2 00 setpoint address 0002
ADDRESS 02
DATA 2 00 data for address 0002
02
CRC 2 A9 CRC calculated by the master
CB
Slave Response
SLAVE ADDRESS 1 01 message from slave 01
FUNCTION CODE 1 06 store single setpoint
DATA STARTING 2 00 setpoint address 0002
ADDRESS 02
DATA 2 00 data for address 0002
02
CRC 2 A9 CRC calculated by the slave
CB
Function Code 10 - Store Multiple Setpoints
This function code allows multiple Setpoints to be
stored into HC 6000 memory. Modbus

"registers"
are 16 bit (two byte) value transmitted high order
byte first. Thus all HC 6000 setpoints are sent as two
bytes. The maximum number of Setpoints that can be
stored in one transmission is dependent on the slave
device. Modbus

allows up to a maximum of 60
holding registers to be stored. The HC 6000 allows
60 registers to be stored in one transmission. The
HC 6000 response to this function code is to echo
the slave address, function code, starting address,
the number of Setpoints stored, and the CRC.
Message Format and Example :
Request slave 01 to store the value 0064 to Setpoint
address 0000. After the transmission in this example
is complete, HC 6000 slave 01 will have the following
Setpoints information stored:
Address Data
0000 0064
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Master Transmission Bytes Example (hex)
SLAVE ADDRESS 1 01 message for slave 01
FUNCTION CODE 1 10 store setpoints
DATA STARTING 2 00 setpoint address 0000
ADDRESS 00
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS 2 00 2 setpoints (4 bytes total)
02
BYTE COUNT 1 04 4 bytes of data
DATA 1 2 00 data for address 0002
64
DATA 2 2 00 data for address 0000
00
CRC 2 B2 CRC calculated by the master
70
Slave Response
SLAVE ADDRESS 1 01 message from slave 01
FUNCTION CODE 1 10 store setpoints
DATA STARTING 2 00 setpoint address 0000
ADDRESS 00
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS 2 00 2 setpoints
02
CRC 2 41 CRC calculated by the slave
C8
Error Responses
When HC 6000 detects an error other than a CRC
error, a response will be sent to the master. The
MSbit of the FUNCTION CODE byte will be set to 1 (i.e.
the function code sent from the slave will be equal to
the function code sent from the master plus 128).
The following byte will be an exception code
indicating the type of error that occurred.
Transmissions received from the master with CRC
errors will be ignored by HC 6000.
The slave response to an error (other than CRC error)
will be:
SLAVE ADDRESS 1 byte
FUNCTION CODE 1 byte (with MSbit set to 1)
EXCEPTION CODE 1 byte
CRC 2 bytes

The 6000 implements the following exception
response codes.
01ILLEGAL FUNCTION
The function code transmitted is not one of the
functions supported by the HC 6000.
02ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS
The address referenced in the data field
transmitted by the master is not an allowable
address for the HC 6000.
03ILLEGAL DATA VALUE
The value referenced in the data field
transmitted by the master is not within range
for the selected data address.

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Table 1 : Data attached by fun 03H (Byte base addressing)
Basic Energy Maximum statistics Minimum statistics
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
0000H Ua 0040H Phase Rotation 0070H Ua 00C0H Ua
0002H Uca 0042H WH -forward (L) 0072H Uca 00C2H Uca
0004H Ia 0044H WH -forward (H) 0074H Ia 00C4H Ia
0006H 0046H WH -reversed (L) 0076H 00C6H
0008H Pa 0048H WH -reversed (H) 0078H Pa 00C8H Pa
000AH PFa 004AH +VarH (L) 007AH PFa 00CAH PFa
000CH Qa 004CH +VarH (H) 007CH Qa 00CCH Qa
000EH Sa 004EH -VarH (L) 007EH Sa 00CEH Sa
0010H Ub 0050H -VarH (H) 0080H Ub 00D0H Ub
0012H Uab 0052H Maximum demand 0082H Uab 00D2H Uab
0014H Ib 0054H Sec for last reset 0084H Ib 00D4H Ib
0016H 0055H Min for last reset 0086H 00D6H
0018H Pb 0056H Hour for last reset 0088H Pb 00D8H Pb
001AH PFb 0057H Date for last reset 008AH PFb 00DAH PFb
001CH Qb 0058H Month for last reset 008CH Qb 00DCH Qb
001EH Sb 0059H Year for last reset 008EH Sb 00DEH Sb
0020H Uc 005AH I0 0090H Uc 00E0H Uc
0022H Ubc 005CH Ia 0092H Ubc 00E2H Ubc
0024H Ic 005EH Ib 0094H Ic 00E4H Ic
0026H 0060H Ic 0096H 00E6H
0028H Pc 0062H Qsum 0098H Pc 00E8H Pc
002AH PFc 0064H Psum 009AH PFc 00EAH PFc
002CH Qc 0066H * Ua / Uab 009CH Qc 00ECH Qc
002EH Sc 0068H * Ub / Uca 009EH Sc 00EEH Sc
0030H A0 006AH * Uc / Ubc 00A0H A0 00F0H A0
0032H Uav 006CH F 00A2H Uav 00F2H Uav
0034H Iav 006EH PF 00A4H Iav 00F4H Iav
0036H F 00A6H F 00F6H F
0038H Psum 00A8H Psum 00F8H Psum
003AH PFav 00AAH PFav 00FAH PFav
003CH Qsum 00ACH Qsum 00FCH Qsum
003EH Ssum 00AEH Ssum 00FEH Ssum
00B2H
Maximum
demand

*3P3W or 1P3WUab / Uca / Ubc3P4WUa / Ub / Uc
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Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
0100H WH-F (H) 0138H Sec (Pa) 0218H Sec (Pa)
0102H WH-F (L) 0139H Min 0219H Min
0104H WH-R (H) 013AH Hour 021AH Hour
0106H WH-R (L) 013BH Date 021BH Date
0108H +VarH (H) 013CH Month 021CH Month
010AH +VarH (L) 013DH Year 021DH Year
010CH -VarH (H) 013EH Sec (PFa) 021EH Sec (PFa)
010EH -VarH (L) 013FH Min 021FH Min
0110H Min / Sec 0140H Hour 0220H Hour
0112H Date / Hour 0141H Date 0221H Date
0114H Year / Month 0142H Month 0222H Month
0143H Year 0223H Year
0144H Sec (Qa) 0224H Sec (Qa)
0145H Min 0225H Min
0146H Hour 0226H Hour
0147H Date 0227H Date
0148H Month 0228H Month
0149H Year 0229H Year
0120H Sec (Ua) 0200H Sec (Ua) 014AH Sec (Sa) 022AH Sec (Sa)
0121H Min 0201H Min 014BH Min 022BH Min
0122H Hour 0202H Hour 014CH Hour 022CH Hour
0123H Date 0203H Date 014DH Date 022DH Date
0124H Month 0204H Month 014EH Month 022EH Month
0125H Year 0205H Year 014FH Year 022FH Year
0126H Sec (Uca) 0206H Sec (Uca) 0150H Sec (Ub) 0230H Sec (Ub)
0127H Min 0207H Min 0151H Min 0231H Min
0128H Hour 0208H Hour 0152H Hour 0232H Hour
0129H Date 0209H Date 0153H Date 0233H Date
012AH Month 020AH Month 0154H Month 0234H Month
012BH Year 020BH Year 0155H Year 0235H Year
012CH Sec (Ia) 020CH Sec (Ia) 0156H Sec (Uab) 0236H Sec (Uab)
012DH Min 020DH Min 0157H Min 0237H Min
012EH Hour 020EH Hour 0158H Hour 0238H Hour
012FH Date 020FH Date 0159H Date 0239H Date
0130H Month 0210H Month 015AH Month 023AH Month
0131H Year 0211H Year 015BH Year 023BH Year
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Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
015CH Sec (Ib) 023CH Sec (Ib) 0180H Sec (Uc) 0260H Sec (Uc)
015DH Min 023DH Min 0181H Min 0261H Min
015EH Hour 023EH Hour 0182H Hour 0262H Hour
015FH Date 023FH Date 0183H Date 0263H Date
0160H Month 0240H Month 0184H Month 0264H Month
0161H Year 0241H Year 0185H Year 0265H Year
0162H 0242H 0186H Sec (Ubc) 0266H Sec (Ubc)
0163H 0243H 0187H Min 0267H Min
0164H 0244H 0188H Hour 0268H Hour
0165H 0245H 0189H Date 0269H Date
0166H 0246H 018AH Month 026AH Month
0167H 0247H 018BH Year 026BH Year
0168H Sec (Pb) 0248H Sec (Pb) 018CH Sec (Ic) 026CH Sec (Ic)
0169H Min 0249H Min 018DH Min 026DH Min
016AH Hour 024AH Hour 018EH Hour 026EH Hour
016BH Date 024BH Date 018FH Date 026FH Date
016CH Month 024CH Month 0190H Month 0270H Month
016DH Year 024DH Year 0191H Year 0271H Year
016EH Sec (PFb) 024EH Sec (PFb) 0192H 0272H
016FH Min 024FH Min 0193H 0273H
0170H Hour 0250H Hour 0194H 0274H
0171H Date 0251H Date 0195H 0275H
0172H Month 0252H Month 0196H 0276H
0173H Year 0253H Year 0197H 0277H
0174H Sec (Qb) 0254H Sec (Qb) 0198H Sec (Pc) 0278H Sec (Pc)
0175H Min 0255H Min 0199H Min 0279H Min
0176H Hour 0256H Hour 019AH Hour 027AH Hour
0177H Date 0257H Date 019BH Date 027BH Date
0178H Month 0258H Month 019CH Month 027CH Month
0179H Year 0259H Year 019DH Year 027DH Year
017AH Sec (Sb) 025AH Sec (Sb) 019EH Sec (PFc) 027EH Sec (PFc)
017BH Min 025BH Min 019FH Min 027FH Min
017CH Hour 025CH Hour 01A0H Hour 0280H Hour
017DH Date 025DH Date 01A1H Date 0281H Date
017EH Month 025EH Month 01A2H Month 0282H Month
017FH Year 025FH Year 01A3H Year 0283H Year
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Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
01A4H Sec (Qc) 0284H Sec (Qc) 01C8H Sec (Psum) 02A8H Sec (Psum)
01A5H Min 0285H Min 01C9H Min 02A9H Min
01A6H Hour 0286H Hour 01CAH Hour 02AAH Hour
01A7H Date 0287H Date 01CBH Date 02ABH Date
01A8H Month 0288H Month 01CCH Month 02ACH Month
01A9H Year 0289H Year 01CDH Year 02ADH Year
01AAH Sec (Sc) 028AH Sec (Sc) 01CEH Sec (PFav) 02AEH Sec (PFav)
01ABH Min 028BH Min 01CFH Min 02AFH Min
01ACH Hour 028CH Hour 01D0H Hour 02B0H Hour
01ADH Date 028DH Date 01D1H Date 02B1H Date
01AEH Month 028EH Month 01D2H Month 02B2H Month
01AFH Year 028FH Year 01D3H Year 02B3H Year
01B0H Sec (AO) 0290H Sec (AO) 01D4H Sec (Qsum) 02B4H Sec (Qsum)
01B1H Min 0291H Min 01D5H Min 02B5H Min
01B2H Hour 0292H Hour 01D6H Hour 02B6H Hour
01B3H Date 0293H Date 01D7H Date 02B7H Date
01B4H Month 0294H Month 01D8H Month 02B8H Month
01B5H Year 0295H Year 01D9H Year 02B9H Year
01B6H Sec (Uav) 0296H Sec (Uav) 01DAH Sec (Ssum) 02BAH Sec (Ssum)
01B7H Min 0297H Min 01DBH Min 02BBH Min
01B8H Hour 0298H Hour 01DCH Hour 02BCH Hour
01B9H Date 0299H Date 01DDH Date 02BDH Date
01BAH Month 029AH Month 01DEH Month 02BEH Month
01BBH Year 029BH Year 01DFH Year 02BFH Year
01BCH Sec (Iav) 029CH Sec (Iav) 01E0H
01BDH Min 029DH Min 01E1H
01BEH Hour 029EH Hour 01E2H
01BFH Date 029FH Date 01E3H
01C0H Month 02A0H Month 01E4H
01C1H Year 02A1H Year 01E5H
01C2H Sec (F) 02A2H Sec (F) 01E6H Sec (Maximum demand)
01C3H Min 02A3H Min 01E7H Min
01C4H Hour 02A4H Hour 01E8H Hour
01C5H Date 02A5H Date 01E9H Date
01C6H Month 02A6H Month 01EAH Month
01C7H Year 02A7H Year 01EBH Year
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Table 2 : System parameters attached by fun 03H (Byte base addressing)
Address Item Byte count Note Default
0300H Address 2 1 to 254 1
0302H Wire mode 2
03P4W 11P2W
23P3W 33P3W balance
41P3W 53P4W balance
0
0304H Clearing of max / min 2
0Inhibit clearing from meter panel
1Allowable
0
0308H Baud rate 2
01200 12400 24800
39600 419200
3
030AH
030CH E_unit 2
Energy unit
0WH 110WH 2100WH
3KWH 410KWH 5100KWH
6MWH

030EH PT 4 1 to 5000 1
0312H CT 4 1 to 2000 1
0316H Serial number 8 ASCII code
031EH Max. demand sampling time 2 Sampling time3 to 30 minutes
0320H Max. demand display time 2 015 minutes 130 minutes 0
0322H Keyboard lock 2 0unlock 1lock 0

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Table 3 : Data attached by fun 03H (Word base addressing)
Basic Energy Maximum statistics Minimum statistics
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
1000H Ua 1020H Phase Rotation 1038H Ua 1060H Ua
1001H Uca 1021H WH -forward (L) 1039H Uca 1061H Uca
1002H Ia 1022H WH -forward (H) 103AH Ia 1062H Ia
1003H 1023H WH -reversed (L) 103BH 1063H
1004H Pa 1024H WH -reversed (H) 103CH Pa 1064H Pa
1005H PFa 1025H +VarH (L) 103DH PFa 1065H PFa
1006H Qa 1026H +VarH (H) 103EH Qa 1066H Qa
1007H Sa 1027H -VarH (L) 103FH Sa 1067H Sa
1008H Ub 1028H -VarH (H) 1040H Ub 1068H Ub
1009H Uab 1029H Maximum demand 1041H Uab 1069H Uab
100AH Ib Sec for last reset 1042H Ib 106AH Ib
100BH 102AH Min for last reset 1043H 106BH
100CH Pb Hour for last reset 1044H Pb 106CH Pb
100DH PFb 102BH Date for last reset 1045H PFb 106DH PFb
100EH Qb Month for last reset 1046H Qb 106EH Qb
100FH Sb 102CH Year for last reset 1047H Sb 106FH Sb
1010H Uc 102DH AO 1048H Uc 1070H Uc
1011H Ubc 102EH Ia 1049H Ubc 1071H Ubc
1012H Ic 102FH Ib 104AH Ic 1072H Ic
1013H 1030H Ic 104BH 1073H
1014H Pc 1031H Qsum 104CH Pc 1074H Pc
1015H PFc 1032H Psum 104DH PFc 1075H PFc
1016H Qc 1033H * Ua / Uab 104EH Qc 1076H Qc
1017H Sc 1034H * Ub / Uca 104FH Sc 1077H Sc
1018H A0 1035H * Uc / Ubc 1050H A0 1078H A0
1019H Uav 1036H F 1051H Uav 1079H Uav
101AH Iav 1037H PF 1052H Iav 107AH Iav
101BH F 1053H F 107BH F
101CH Psum 1054H Psum 107CH Psum
101DH PFav 1055H PFav 107DH PFav
101EH Qsum 1056H Qsum 107EH Qsum
101FH Ssum 1057H Ssum 107FH Ssum
1058H
Maximum
demand

*3P3W or 1P3W : Uab / Uca / Ubc ; 3P4W : Ua / Ub / Uc
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Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
1080H WH F (H) 109FH Min 110FH Min
1081H WH F (L) Sec (PFa) Sec (PFa)
1082H WH R (H) 10A0H Date 1110H Date
1083H WH R (L) Hour Hour
1084H +VarH (H) 10A1H Year 1111H Year
1085H +VarH (L) Month Month
1086H -VarH (H) 10A2H Min 1112H Min
1087H -VarH (L) Sec (Qa) Sec (Qa)
1088H Min / Sec 10A3H Date 1113H Date
1089H Date / Hour Hour Hour
108AH Year / Month 10A4H Year 1114H Year
Month Month
1090H Min 1100H Min 10A5H Min 1115H Min
Sec (Ua) Sec (Ua) Sec (Sa) Sec (Sa)
1091H Date 1101H Date 10A6H Date 1116H Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
1092H Year 1102H Year 10A7H Year 1117H Year
Month Month Month Month
1093H Min 1103H Min 10A8H Min 1118H Min
Sec (Uca) Sec (Uca) Sec (Ub) Sec (Ub)
1094H Date 1104H Date 10A9H Date 1119H Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
1095H Year 1105H Year 10AAH Year 111AH Year
Month Month Month Month
1096H Min 1106H Min 10ABH Min 111BH Min
Sec (Ia) Sec (Ia) Sec (Uab) Sec (Uab)
1097H Date 1107H Date 10ACH Date 111CH Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
1098H Year 1108H Year 10ADH Year 111DH Year
Month Month Month Month
109CH Min 110CH Min 10AEH Min 111EH Min
Sec (Pa) Sec (Pa) Sec (Ib) Sec (Ib)
109DH Date 110DH Date 10AFH Date 111FH Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
109EH Year 110EH Year 10B0H Year 1120H Year
Month Month Month Month
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Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
10B4H Min 1124H Min 10C6H Min 1136H Min
Sec (Pb) Sec (Pb) Sec (Ic) Sec (Ic)
10B5H Date 1125H Date 10C7H Date 1137H Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10B6H Year 1126H Year 10C8H Year 1138H Year
Month Month Month Month
10B7H Min 1127H Min
Sec (PFb) Sec (PFb)
10B8H Date 1128H Date
Hour Hour
10B9H Year 1129H Year
Month Month
10BAH Min 112AH Min 10CCH Min 113CH Min
Sec (Qb) Sec (Qb) Sec (Pc) Sec (Pc)
10BBH Date 112BH Date 10CDH Date 113DH Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10BCH Year 112CH Year 10CEH Year 113EH Year
Month Month Month Month
10BDH Min 112DH Min 10CFH Min 113FH Min
Sec (Sb) Sec (Sb) Sec (PFc) Sec (PFc)
10BEH Date 112EH Date 10D0H Date 1140H Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10BFH Year 112FH Year 10D1H Year 1141H Year
Month Month Month Month
10C0H Min 1130H Min 10D2H Min 1142H Min
Sec (Uc) Sec (Uc) Sec (Qc) Sec (Qc)
10C1H Date 1131H Date 10D3H Date 1143H Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10C2H Year 1132H Year 10D4H Year 1144H Year
Month Month Month Month
10C3H Min 1133H Min 10D5H Min 1145H Min
Sec (Ubc) Sec (Ubc) Sec (Sc) Sec (Sc)
10C4H Date 1134H Date 10D6H Date 1146H Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10C5H Year 1135H Year 10D7H Year 1147H Year
Month Month Month Month
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Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum Time stamp of maximum Time stamp of minimum
Address Item Address Item Address Item Address Item
10D8H Min 1148H Min 10EAH Min 115AH Min
Sec (AO) Sec (AO) Sec (Qsum) Sec (Qsum)
10D9H Date 1149H Date 10EBH Date 115BH Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10DAH Year 114AH Year 10ECH Year 115CH Year
Month Month Month Month
10DBH Min 114BH Min 10EDH Min 115DH Min
Sec (Uav) Sec (Uav) Sec (Ssum) Sec (Ssum)
10DCH Date 114CH Date 10EEH Date 115EH Date
Hour Hour Hour Hour
10DDH Year 114DH Year 10EFH Year 115FH Year
Month Month Month Month
10DEH Min 114EH Min
Sec (Iav) Sec (Iav)
10DFH Date 114FH Date
Hour Hour
10E0H Year 1150H Year
Month Month
10E1H Min 1151H Min 10F3H Min (Maximum demand)
Sec (F) Sec (F) Sec
10E2H Date 1152H Date 10F4H Date
Hour Hour Hour
10E3H Year 1153H Year 10F5H Year
Month Month Month
10E4H Min 1154H Min
Sec (Psum) Sec (Psum)
10E5H Date 1155H Date
Hour Hour
10E6H Year 1156H Year
Month Month
10E7H Min 1157H Min
Sec (PFav) Sec (PFav)
10E8H Date 1158H Date
Hour Hour
10E9H Year 1159H Year
Month Month
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Table 4 : System parameters attached by fun 03H (Word base addressing)
Address Item Byte count Note Default
1180H Address 2 1 to 254 1
1181H Wire mode 2
03P4W 11P2W
23P3W 33P3W balance
41P3W 53P4W balance
0
1182H Clearing of max / min 2
0Inhibit clearing from meter panel
1Allowable
0
1184H Baud rate 2
01200 12400 24800
39600 419200
3
1186H E_unit 2
Energy unit
0WH 110WH 2100WH
3KWH 410KWH 5100KWH
6MWH

1187H PT 4 1 to 5000 1
1189H CT 4 1 to 2000 1
118BH Serial number 8 ASCII code
118FH Max. demand sampling time 2 Sampling time3 to 30 minutes
1190H Max. demand display time 2 015 minutes 130 minutes 0
1191H Keyboard lock 2 0unlock 1lock 0
Table 5 : Data attached by fun 06H
Address Item Note
0002H Wire mode
03P4W 11P2W 23P3W
33P3W balance 41P3W 53P4W balance
0004H Clearing of max / min 0Inhibit clearing from meter panel 1Allowable
0008H Baud rate
01200 12400 24800
39600 419200
000EH Second 0 to 59
0010H Minute 0 to 59
0012H Hour 0 to 23
0014H Date 1 to 31
0016H Month 1 to 12
0018H Year 0 to 99
001AH Reset max / min 0reset otherillegal
001CH Reset energy 0reset otherillegal
001EH Reset maximum demand 0reset otherillegal
0020H Maximum demand sampling time Sampling time3 to 30 minutes
0022H Maximum demand display time 015 minutes 130 minutes
0024H Keyboard lock 0unlock 1lock
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Table 6 : Data attached by fun 10H
Item Start address End address Count value Unit
PT 0000H 0003H 1 to 5000 1
CT 0004H 0007H 1 to 2000 1
Table 7 : Data conversion
(All response of measured data from 6000 to be shown by 16-bitsRxexcept the energy by
32-bits)
No Item Formula Note
1 VoltageV
URxPT0.01
0Rx65535
Unsigned
UaUbUcUav
UcaUabUbc
2 CurrentA
IRxCT0.0001
0Rx65535
Unsigned IaIbIcIavAO
3 FrequencyHz
FRx0.00106813
0Rx65535
Unsigned F
4 Power factor
PFRx0.0001
-10000Rx10000
Signed
PFaPFbPFcPFs
+lagging load
-leading load
5 Active powerW
PRxPTCT0.4
-32768Rx32767
Signed PaPbPcPsum
6 Reactive powerQ
QRxPTCT0.4
-32768Rx32767
Signed QaQbQcQsum
7 Apparent powerVA
SRxPTCT0.2
0Rx65535
Unsigned SaSbScSsum
8 Energy
ERxKKE_unit
0Rx10
9
Direct reading with unit
Unsigned
WH-Forward
WH-Reversed
+VarH
-VarH
9 Demand
WRxPTCT0.4
-32768Rx32767
Signed Maximum demand
10 Phase rotation
0Positive sequence
1Negative sequence
Signed
Remark E_unitenergy unit please refer table 2
Table 8 : E_unit = log (PT x CT)
E_unit Resolution Display
0 0.001 KWH XXXXXXXX KWH
1 0.01 KWH XXXXXXXX KWH
2 0.1 KWH XXXXXXXX KWH
3 0.001 MWH XXXXXXXX MWH
4 0.01 MWH XXXXXXXX MWH
5 0.1 MWH XXXXXXXX MWH
6 0.001 GWH XXXXXXXX GWH
7 0.01 GWH XXXXXXXX GWH

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P QM S E T U P


MODE
S E T U P

C H GE MODE
P S WD=6 0 0 0
MET E R I N G
C H GE MODE
P S WD=6 0 0 0
MET E R I N G
P ROG MODE
P S WD=6 0 0 0
MET E R I N G
MODE
S E TU P

P ROG MODE
P SWD= 6 0 0 0
P ROGRAMM
P ROG MODE
P S WD=6 0 0 0
P R OGRAMM
St Up Dn St St Dn Up St
Up Dn St Bs
x 4
P QM S E T U P


Up Dn
Definition of keyboards / parameters
Keyboard
Bs : Back to previous status (back shift)
Up : Scrolls up selection to menu or numeric figures
Dn : Scrolls down selection to menu or numeric figures
St : Select menu items / change cursor position when entering numeric figures
Parameters
V : Voltage (RMS) Q : Reactive power Hz : Frequency
A : Current (RMS) VA : Apparent power WH : Active energy
W : Active power PF : Power factor QH : Reactive energy
Programming functions
Program mode select
a) Press St to enter selecting menu
b) Press Up or Dn to scroll menu to MODESETUP function
c) Press St to enter PROG MODE functionPASSWORD
d) Press St to enter password function
e) Press Up , Dn and St to select password : (6000)
f) If password correct, display shows PROGRAMM , means programming mode function (flashing).
g) Press St, PROGRAMM not flashing.
h) Press Bs back to MODE SETUP
i) Press Up or Dn to scroll required prog menuref. to configuration

EX 1














(Flashing) (Not Flashing)
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Measuring system selection
a) Press St to enter selecting menu
b) Press Up or Dn to scroll menu to system group
c) Press St to enter selecting system function
d) Press Up or Dn to required measuring system
e) After setting, Press Bs to return

EX : 3P3W







Main Display
S Y S T E M


S Y S T E M


S Y S T E M
3 P 4 W

S Y S T E M
3 P 3 W

S Y S T E M


1 2 0 0 V
5 0 0 0 A
1 8 0 0 KW
3 P 3W B A L
1 P 3W
3 P 4W B A L
3 P 4W
1 P 2W
St Up Dn St
Bs Up Dn Bs
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Display : Fix screen / Scan screen / Scan time / Digits
a) Press "St" to enter selecting menu.
b) Press "Up" or "Dn" to scroll menu to display function.
c) Press "St" to enter display function.
d) Press "Up" or "Dn" to select setting function.
MENU: fixed display
DIGITS: display digits
SCAN TIME: display auto scanning time (3 sec ~ 200 sec)
e) Press "St" to enter setting function.
f) Press "Up" , "Dn" or "St" to change setting value.
g) After setting, press "Bs" to return.

EX 1 :








x 3







EX 2 :

S Y S T EM


D I S P L A Y


D I S P L A Y
S C A N T I ME

D I S P L A Y
MENU

D I S P L A Y


St Up Dn St Bs Dn Up Bs
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
S Y S T EM


D I S P L A Y


D I S P L A Y
MENU

D I S P L A Y
S C A N T I ME

D I S P L A Y
S C A N T I ME
0 0 5
D I S P L A Y


D I S P L A Y
S C A N T I ME

D I S P L A Y
S C A N T I ME
0 1 0
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
Up Dn Bs Bs
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Bs St
POWER METER HC 6000
31

EX 3 :



S Y S T EM


D I S P L A Y


D I S P L A Y
S C A N T I ME

D I S P L A Y
D I G I T S

D I S P L A Y
D I G I T S
5
D I S P L A Y


D I S P L A Y
D I G I T S

D I S P L A Y
D I G I T S
4
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
Up Dn Bs Bs
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Bs
POWER METER HC 6000
32

PT & CT Ratio
a) Press "St" to enter selecting menu.
b) Press "Up" or "Dn" to scroll menu to ratio function.
c) Press "St" to enter ratio function.
d) Press "Up" or "Dn" to select setting function. (PT or CT)
e) Press "St" to enter ratio function.
f) Press "Up", "Dn" and "St" to change ratio value.
g) After setting, press "Bs" to return.
EX 1 :







x 4






EX 2 :
x 4
S Y S T EM


R A T I O


R A T I O
P T

R A T I O
C T

R A T I O
C T
0 0 0 1
R A T I O


R A T I O
C T

R A T I O
C T
0 0 0 2
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
Up Dn Bs Bs
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Bs
St
S Y S T EM


R A T I O


R A T I O
P T

R A T I O
P T
0 0 0 1
R A T I O
P T
0 0 1 2
R A T I O


R A T I O
P T

St Up Dn St Dn Up St
Bs Bs
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Bs
St
POWER METER HC 6000
33

Communication (Address / Baud rate / Parity)
a) Press "St" to enter selecting menu.
b) Press "Up" or "Dn" to scroll menu to communication function.
c) Press "St" to enter communication function.
d) Press "Up" or "Dn" to select setting function.
ADDRESS : slave address (1-254)
BAUD RATE : transmission rate (BPS)
PARITY : Error detection bit for communication
e) Press "St" to enter setting function.
f) Press "Up", "Dn" or "St" to set the required.
g) After setting, press "Bs" to return system operation.

EX 1 :












EX 2 :
x 3

S Y S T EM


C OMM


C OMM
A D D R E S S

C OMM
P A R I T Y

C OMM
P A R I T Y
N ONE
C OMM


C OMM
P A R I T Y

C OMM
P A R I T Y
E V E N
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Up Dn Bs Bs
Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
S Y S T EM


C OMM


C OMM
A D D R E S S

C OMM
A D D R E S S
0 0 0
C OMM
A D D R E S S
0 1 4
C OMM


C OMM
P A R I T Y

1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Bs Bs Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St St
POWER METER HC 6000
34

EX 3 :


S Y S T EM


C OMM


C OMM
A D D R E S S

C OMM
B A U D R A T E

C OMM
B A U D R A T E
9 6 0 0 B P S
C OMM


C OMM
B A U D R A T E

C OMM
B A U D R A TE
1 9 2 0 0 B P S
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Up Dn Bs Bs
Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
9 6 0 0 B P S
4 8 0 0 B P S
2 4 0 0 B P S
1 2 0 0 B P S
POWER METER HC 6000
35

Maximum Demand for Active Energy (+WH)
a) Press "St" to enter selecting menu.
b) Press "Up" or "Dn" to scroll menu to maximum demand function.
c) Press "St" to enter maximum demand function.
d) Press "Up" or "Dn" to select setting functions.
PERIOD : Sampling the (3 to 30 minutes)
TYPE : BINT, ROLL
d) Press "St" to select setting function.
f) Press "Up", "Dn" or "St" to change setting value.
g) After setting, press "Bs" to return.

EX 1:






S Y S T EM


MAX D E MD


MAX D E MD
P E R I OD

MAX D E MD
P E R I OD

MAX D E MD
T Y P E

MAX D E MD
T Y P E

MAX D E MD
T Y P E
R OL L
MAX D E MD
T Y P E
B I NT
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Up Dn Bs Bs
Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
POWER METER HC 6000
36

Time Correction
a) Press "St" to enter selecting menu.
b) Press "Up" or "Dn" to scroll menu to time setting function.
c) Press "St" to enter time setting function.
d) Press "Up" or "Dn" to select setting function.
(YEAR / MONTH / DAY / HOUR / MINUTE / SECOND)
e) Press "St" to select setting function.
f) Press "Up" or "Dn" to change the time correct
g) After setting, press "Bs" to return.

EX 1:













EX 2 :



S Y S T EM


T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

T I ME S E T
Y E A R
9 8
T I ME S E T
Y E A R
9 9
T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

00 0 0 V 1
00 0 0 V 2
00 0 0 V 3
Bs Bs
Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
S Y S T EM


T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

T I ME S E T
MONTH

T I ME S E T
MONTH
1 1
T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
MONTH

T I ME S E T
MONTH
1 2
00 0 0 A 1
00 0 0 A 2
00 0 0 A 3
Up Dn Bs Bs Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
POWER METER HC 6000
37

EX 3 :













EX 4 :











S Y S T EM


T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

T I ME S E T
D A Y

T I ME S E T
D A Y
2 2
T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
D A Y

T I ME S E T
D A Y
2 0
00 0 0 A 1
00 0 0 A 2
00 0 0 A 3
Up Dn Bs Bs
Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
S Y S T EM


T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

T I ME S E T
H OUR

T I ME S E T
H OUR
0 2
T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
H OUR

T I ME S E T
H OUR
0 8
00 0 0 A 1
00 0 0 A 2
00 0 0 A 3
Up Dn Bs Bs
Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
POWER METER HC 6000
38

EX 5 :














EX 6 :


S Y S T EM


T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

T I ME S E T
M I N U T E

T I ME S E T
M I N U T E
0 5
T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
M I N U T E

T I ME S E T
M I N U T E
2 5
00 0 0 A 1
00 0 0 A 2
00 0 0 A 3
Up Dn Bs Bs Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
S Y S T EM


T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
Y E A R

T I ME S E T
S E C OND

T I ME S E T
S E COND
4 8
T I ME S E T


T I ME S E T
S E COND

T I ME S E T
S E COND
0 0
00 0 0 A 1
00 0 0 A 2
00 0 0 A 3
Up Dn Bs Bs Bs
St Up Dn St Dn Up St
POWER METER HC 6000
39
S Y S T EM


R E S E T C T R


R E S E T C T R


R E S E T C T R
FWD WH
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
R E S E T C T R
FWD WH
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
R E S E T C T R


Bs
1 2 0 0 V
50 0 0 A
18 0 0 KW
Bs
St Up Dn Dn Up St St Up Dn
FWD WH
R E V WH
+ QH
- QH
V A H
A H

Reset Energy Counter
a) Press "St" to enter selecting menu.
b) Press "Up" or "Dn" to scroll menu to reset CTR function.
c) Press "St" to enter reset CTR function. (PASSWORD)
d) Press "St" to enter select function.
e) Press "Up" , "Dn" or "St" to keying value.
f) After setting, press "Bs" to return system operation.

EX 1:

x 4















































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