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Anyone implementing IEEE 519-2014 Short Time Harmonic Values in ION modules?

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Anyone implementing IEEE 519-2014 Short Time Harmonic Values in ION modules?

Please refer to the article for more details. Computing IEEE 519-2014 Short Time Harmonic ValuesCodeCogsEqn.png?t=1455891388187&width=154

Not sure if PM8000 is capable of delivering this value.

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Re: Anyone implementing IEEE 519-2014 Short Time Harmonic Values in ION modules?

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Re: Anyone implementing IEEE 519-2014 Short Time Harmonic Values in ION modules?

The current 519 framework on PM8000 is based on IEEE 519 1992 so it doesn't have the calculation you show.  It is possible to implement IEEE 519 2014 edition but it has not been prioritized into our framework development yet.



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Re: Anyone implementing IEEE 519-2014 Short Time Harmonic Values in ION modules?

Yes.

The "very short time or 3 seconds" aggregation interval from IEEE519 is equivalent to the 150/180 cycle aggregation interval specified in IEC61000-4-30.

The “short time or 10 minutes" aggregation interval from IEEE519 is equivalent to the 10minute aggregation interval specified in IEC61000-4-30.

Both of these quantities are available for measurment (Harmonics Measurement Module) and compliance monitoring (Harmonics Evaluation Module) in the PM8000.