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									Pa-9 Power Analyzer




                        V 1.0
                      1/14/2000
   OBJECTIVES
 UseThe Latest Technology To Deliver
 Highest Performance At Lowest Cost.
   One of the most powerful DSP’s.
   Co-microprocessor.
   Low Cost Digital Camera Hi-Density Memory.
   Low Cost/High Performance Graphical
    Display.
 DelayObsolescence.
 Worldwide Product.

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   Result: pa-9 Power Analyzer
 Evolved from:
   15+ Years Experience With Utilities Monitoring
    And Power Quality Measurement Needs
   Listening To Suggestions From Our 600+ Customers
    and Experience From Our Very Successful Products
    like the pa-7 Power Analyzer (1600 units installed).
 Our Goal:
   Extend To The Industrial Market Our Reputation
    Earned Through 15 Years of Service/Reliability To
    The Utility Market.

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                              Light Rugged polypropylene
                                   Case (12.5lbs or 5.7Kg)




  5 Current
  Channels
                                                                                      Lockable
                                                                                       Hasps




4 Voltage
Channels

                                                                             Optional Modem



     Optional Auxiliary AC Power
         Input (90-600vac/dc)
                                                            Optional
                                                       External RS232 Port
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              KEY FEATURES                      Backlit Graphic
                     Home Key                      Display




               Real Time Display Key                 DB9 RS232 Port
 Simplified
Instruction                            Mouse Type
   Sheet                                Navigation
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                                         System
                  KEY FEATURES
   4 V (Differential)/5 Current Channels
   Range: Voltage 600V AC or DC
            Current Based on CT
   Most Configurations Supported for Power Measurements
   Immediate Local Info on Graphical Display
   Powered from Phase A Voltage (90-600v AC ,or 110-600v DC)
   FLASH PROM & Non-Volatile Data Memory
   256/Cycle Sample Rate (TRMS through 63rd Harmonic)
   Memory Up to 12 MB And Data Transfer Up to 115KB
   Sub-Cycle Event Capture to 65 Microsecond Events
   3 Packages – Portable, Wall Mount, Rack Mount

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            KEY FEATURES

4   Simultaneous Recordings
  RMS    (Long Term Trend)

  Out   of Limits Log (for RMS Value)

    Waveform

  Power   Flow Parameters


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               RMS Recording
   Parameters to consider
     Sample  Rate (Fixed at 256/cycle)
     Response Time (or Integration Time) User Settable
      To 1 cycle or longer. Cycle by Cycle Recording
      Possible.
     Storage Interval
      User Settable 1 To cycle 4 Hours. Save Min RMS,
      Max RMS, Overall RMS per Storage Interval.
   Technique Conserves Memory and Guarantees
    Capture of Lowest & Highest Signal Values per
    Storage Interval.

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                Stored True RMS Voltage / Current

   Pa-9 can display:
       MIN, MAX, and TRMS values
        for all channels for entire
        test. (Press HOME, select “Stored
        Data, RMS Interval”)
       Trending graphs of any
        parameter right on pa-9. (ex.
        VA MIN trended over entire
        test)
   Ms-pa9W software
    Tabular Report (right)
       MIN, MAX, & RMS Reported
        at every storage interval.
       Data for trending graphs
            with scan line
            click and drag zooming
             (next)
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                           Metrosonics pa-9



                                              Scan Line, you can move to
                                               provide values in window




Notice the 5V dip (blue)
when the large load
turned on (red).



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            Out-Of-Limits Log
 User   Sets Following Limits By Channel
   High/Low RMS Limits (V & I)
   Sub-Cycle Impulse Magnitude.
   THD%
 Recorder Captures All Events Outside
 of User Preset Limits And Logs Them
 With Duration In Out-Of- Limits Log.


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                      Stored Data:
               Event / Out of Limits Data
   Out of Limits- While recording, continuously monitors for
    excedances of user defined limits for upper & lower V/I, sub-
    cycle (65uS), and THD.
       Monitors all connected channels, for analysis between load /
        source side.
       Large event memory up to 1,000 events!
       Exact reporting of MIN, MAX, and RMS during event timeframe.
       Reports events as short as 65uSeconds.




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            Waveform Capture
 Waveforms    Are Captured With
   Event Trigger
   Time Trigger
   Manual Trigger from Front Panel


 UserSpecifies Number of Pre-Trigger
 Cycles (Max 2) and Number of Post-
 Trigger Cycles (Max 99) To Capture.

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Waveform Display




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Metrosonics pa-9




             Ms-pa9W
             waveform chart
             triggered on loss of
             voltage.

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       Applications for pa-9:
       Waveform Capture - Motor Inrush
 Waveform  capture
 triggered on Rising
 Current
   Three  phase chiller
    start-up inrush.
   Display all captured
    cycles on one
    screen. (Inrush
    decay envelop)
   Same click and drag
    zoom and scan line
    features.
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          Demand Recording
 User  Specifies Demand Interval, Fixed Or
  Sliding Window, Configuration (Wye,
  Delta etc).
    Power Parameters Are Recorded (KW,
 All
  KVAR, KVA, pf, dpf etc).
 Power Data Can Be Recorded As Fast As
  Every 6 Cycles (1 Cycle In Future).

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                      Stored Data:
            Demand Data (with power flow option)

 ms-pa9W Software allows:
     Printing and exporting of text data reported every storage
      interval
     Trending graphs with click and zoom capabilities

     Scan line reporting and vector diagrams (next)




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            Metrosonics pa-9




Demand Graph with
scan line feature and
vector diagram.
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            Real Time Harmonic
                 Analysis
 FFT   Done Every 6 Cycles.
 HarmonicAnalysis And Direction Of
 Harmonic Power Flow Presented On
 Display.
 GenerallyA Good Indicator Of
 Source of Harmonics

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Harmonic Analysis In Software




                         Here we see we have
                         nearly 75 Amps of
                         Neutral Current, of
                         which 45.9 Amps are
                         comprised of the 3rd
                         harmonic. (bar graph
                         superimposed allows
                         viewing to 63rd)



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            Software

      Software Package ms-pa9W
32-bit
Compatible with Win 95/98/NT
Generates Graphs/Reports
PQDIF Support Coming
IEC Flicker (Coming)



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       Future Software
    Enhancements (4Q2000)
 Harmonic    Trending

 Total   Demand Distortion (TDD%) Trending

 CBEMA      Scatter Diagram

 Single   Software Package for Multiple Models

 Report   Generator


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                Hardware: User Interface
   RS-232 serial communications
    (to 115 KBAUD)
   Graphical display:
       View real time and stored data
        (text and graphical)
   4 MB base memory
       (expandable to 8 or 12MB)
   Large tactile keypad for easy
    operation even with gloves
    on.

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                    Hardware: Packaging
 Packaging:
     Rugged enclosure:
          High impact
          Smaller package (13x10x6)
          NEMA 4X Weatherproof
          Lockable hasps
          Protective handles on input
           connector side.
     Lightweight (15 lbs./ 6.8 Kg.)
     Wide temperature range (-20C
      to +50C)

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                    Hardware: Voltage Channels
   4 Voltage Channels
       150/600VAC + DC auto-
        ranging.
       Safety banana jack
        inputs
            Right angle prevents
             accidental pull out
            Unfused probes
             standard, fused
             probes optional.
       Resolution .1% full
        scale.
       Accuracy .25% rdg +
        .05% full scale.
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                    Hardware: Current Channels
   5 Current Channels
       Resolution .1% Full Scale
       Accuracy .25% rdg +.05%
        range + probe accuracy.
       Current probes
            Cp-6000CE - 600/6000A
                Powered from pa-9!!

                1% reading accuracy!

            1000A, 100A, 20A CT’s Avlbl
            Adapter cable mates most
             Metrosonics ct’s to pa-9
            On-site CT Selection
             Directly From pa-9 Without
             Reprogramming.
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           Hardware: Power Supply
   90-600VAC or 110-600VDC Operation.
     Power    From V(A channel) standard
          No separate regulated 120VAC power source required
          Optional (independent) AC power input.
          Optional DC power input. (+12VDC)
     Internal   Sealed Lead Acid Battery.
     Outage     ride through time 15 minutes.
     Non-Volatile    Memory Data Retention.
   External Ground Lug.

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     Summary: Unique Features
   No Other Single Instrument Combines The Following
    Features
       9 Channels. Measure AC or DC Voltage.
       Simultaneously Record RMS/Power/Waveforms.
       Capture Events As Fast As 65 Microseconds.
       Capture 2 Pre-trigger Cycles & Many Post-trigger.
       256 Sample/Cycle Rate + FFT Every Few Cycles.
       Trigger On Current As Well As Voltage.
       Measure Phase A Frequency.
       Display Direction of Harmonic Power Flow.
       Store 60 setups in the Recorder (Field Selectable).
       Power Off Phase A Voltage With ac OR dc Voltage.
       Wide Industrial Temperature Range.
       Portable, Wall Mount, Rack Mount Packaging.


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                Key Front Panel Displays

   Store Up To 60 Field
    Selectable Setups.


   Select CT’s In The Field



   View Event Log On Site




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              Planned Developments
   Next Generation Software. Trend More Items
    (Harmonics, Freq.), State Compliance With
    Standards (CBEMA, IEEE 519, IEEE 1159).

   Networking for Fixed Units. Internet Connectivity.

   Expand Product Line.


    Keep Listening To Our Customers!

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        Pa-9 Starter Kit
   Sk-pa9-01 - Starter kit includes includes:
       pa-9, w/ 12 MB internal memory
       pa-9-PF Power Flow Option
       ms-pa9W - 32 bit Windows software
       ca-pa9-11- kit of 4 (unfused) voltage cables with alligator
        clips and a set of neutral jumper cables
       ca-pa9 charging cable
       ca-rs232 - db9 communications cable
       (3) cp-6000CE 600/6000 Amp AEMC Flexible current
        probes (powered from pa-9)
       SC-PA9 soft sided carry case
       1 Year Warranty

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Thank you for the opportunity of being

Able to Show You The Capabilities of

   This Remarkable Instrument!!

         Have A Great Day


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