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PM8000 and EN50160:2010 or EN50160:2000

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PM8000 and EN50160:2010 or EN50160:2000

There are two PM8000 meters at a site connected to PME.

* One can run the EN50160:2010 report. It can't run EN50160:2000 reports. It has firmware 1.03.01 and template 8000_FAC-PQ_V1.1.0

* One can run the EN50160:2000 report. It can't run EN50160:2010 reports. It has firmware 1.04.03 and template 8000_FAC-PQ_V1.4.0.0.0

 

What might be the reason for the difference?

Is it typical that PM8000 meters can run one of these EN50160 reports and not the other?

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Charles_Murison
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Re: PM8000 and EN50160:2010 or EN50160:2000

Hello,

 

Be sure to backup the database before making any modifications.

 

No this is not typical, possibly not an issue with the meter itself. In the ION_Network database there is a table that records what versions of meter templates can run the EN501660:2010 rereport. In ION_Network, uder Views, there is one for cfg_ItemValues, if you edit this view you can search for 'EN50160_V2010_Frameworks'  and append the template name of the V1.4. Remeber that the name will need the special character between names, examples of names for the V1.1 framework are below.

 '8000_FAC-PQ_V1.1.0.0.0·8000_FAC_V1.1.0.0.0·

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Charles_Murison
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Re: PM8000 and EN50160:2010 or EN50160:2000

Hello,

 

Be sure to backup the database before making any modifications.

 

No this is not typical, possibly not an issue with the meter itself. In the ION_Network database there is a table that records what versions of meter templates can run the EN501660:2010 rereport. In ION_Network, uder Views, there is one for cfg_ItemValues, if you edit this view you can search for 'EN50160_V2010_Frameworks'  and append the template name of the V1.4. Remeber that the name will need the special character between names, examples of names for the V1.1 framework are below.

 '8000_FAC-PQ_V1.1.0.0.0·8000_FAC_V1.1.0.0.0·

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities
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Re: PM8000 and EN50160:2010 or EN50160:2000

Hi Charles.


Thanks for that answer. You are a legend.

Changing that one value in CFG_ItemValue table fixed it. The relevant ItemID was found in the CFG_Item table.