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Different energy measurement lables

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AndresCampano
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Different energy measurement lables

Hi!

I have an PME9.0 instalation with PM300, PM600 and PM800 meters

The problem arises when i create a total energy virtual meter. The PM300 logs with Real Energy Total label, the PM600 with Real Energy label and the PM800 with Real Energy into the Load. In the dashboard graphic it's imposible represent the total, only it's possible selecting the three different measurement labels. 

In other installations with PME8 i modify the MDI and the label id of the older logged measurements in sql, but in this version the DTE its more dificult to modify.

Anyone has an idea to resolve this?

 

Thanks!

 

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Charles_Murison
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Re: Different energy measurement lables

The PM800 has a few logging options with regards to energy. If you have PM850 and PM870, this is based on what is logged on the device. There is X energy into the load or X energy signed. Where the signed is also dependent on a setting for energy accumulation either signed or absolute. PME would take this information and determine what the end measurement will be. 

 

You may want to ask this question in the Power Monitoring Expert Forum if you are looking for help with the PME side of things.

 

Regards,

Charles

 

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities

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Charles_Murison
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Re: Different energy measurement lables

The PM800 has a few logging options with regards to energy. If you have PM850 and PM870, this is based on what is logged on the device. There is X energy into the load or X energy signed. Where the signed is also dependent on a setting for energy accumulation either signed or absolute. PME would take this information and determine what the end measurement will be. 

 

You may want to ask this question in the Power Monitoring Expert Forum if you are looking for help with the PME side of things.

 

Regards,

Charles

 

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities
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Re: Different energy measurement lables

Thanks for the reply. I put the question in the incorrect forum!