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    Meter Energy and Power Quality with Confidence

    Now: IEC 61000-4-30 Class A Power Quality Compliant

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    SEL-735

    Power Quality and Revenue Meter

    The SEL-735 Power Quality and Revenue Meter is now fully Class A–compliant to the IEC 61000-4-30 power quality standard. With reliable Class A measurement, operators can identify power system anomalies and isolate their source with confidence.

    For high-accuracy revenue metering applications, the SEL-735 exceeds ANSI C12.20 and IEC 62053-22 0.2 accuracy requirements over a wide current range. This makes the SEL-735 the premiere choice for generation, interchange, transmission, distribution, or industrial applications.

    Enhance the capabilities of SEL meters with acSELerator Meter Reports Software. Meter Reports allows you to optimize your system by analyzing data, identifying usage trends, and diagnosing system problems.

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    Ensure Accurate Revenue Metering—Exceed ANSI C12.20 0.2 class accuracy with bidirectional, full four-quadrant energy metering for generation, interchange, transmission, distribution, or industrial applications. Many new metering installations, such as distributed generation, operate over a wide current range. The SEL-735 is three times as accurate as ANSI C12.20 Accuracy Class 0.2 requirements, over an extended operating range.

    Compensate for Errors in Instrument Transformers—Increase metering accuracy by compensating for instrument transformer errors. The SEL-735 interpolates six user-defined calibration points and corrects ratio and phase errors over the entire measurement range. Decrease replacement and maintenance costs by compensating for each instrument transformer individually.

    With the powerful combination of instrumentation transformer compensation and IEEE C37.118 synchrophasors, customers can choose to correct delays and errors on each phase to achieve greater system accuracy.

    Automate Data Reading (Time-of-Use)—Capture rate-based demand and energy consumption, configured with a user-defined calendar. A user-defined schedule instructs the meter to perform a particular action at a specified time, such as a self-read or demand reset. Apply time-of-use metering to bill consumption at different rates based on season, day type, and time of day.

    Measure and Report Reliable Power Quality Indicators—Ensure precise and reliable measurements with IEC 61000-4-30 Class A power quality compliance. Size feeders appropriately, safeguard equipment, and plan upgrades using power quality indicators for predictive maintenance. The SEL-735 measures harmonics, interharmonics, flicker, power factor, voltage disturbances, K-factor, and other key power quality indicators.

    Log Profile Data—Collect billing data with a simple-to-use load profile recorder that captures years of data. Independent load profile recorders in the SEL-735 allow simultaneous meter and power quality logging of up to 192 data channels. Trend averages, minimums, maximums, changes, and snapshots at a rate as often as every three seconds.

    Capture Waveforms and Trigger Records—Record approximately 3,000 events associated with programmable trigger conditions, such as a voltage interruption. Enabled from the factory, the voltage sag, swell, and interruption (VSSI) recorder time-stamps voltage excursions with up to 4 ms resolution and records indefinitely using an adaptive sampling rate. Settings include trigger thresholds from ±3 percent to ±100 percent of the actual value and automatic recording duration dependent on the length of the voltage excursion.

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    Accurate Metering
    Exceed ANSI C12.20 0.2 class accuracy with bidirectional, full four-quadrant energy metering for generation, interchange, transmission, distribution, or industrial applications.

    Load Profile Data Collection
    Collect billing data with a simple-to-use load profile recorder that captures years of data.

    Advanced Integration
    Integrate seamlessly into Itron MV-90 billing software, IEC 61850, DNP3, IEEE C37.118-2011, Modbus, or SEL communications architectures. Multiple communications ports and protocols enable the SEL-735 to simultaneously communicate with up to ten devices.

    IEEE C37.118-2011 Synchrophasors

    IEEE C37.118-2011 Synchrophasor Performance Class Summary
    Standard ComplianceIEEE C37.118-2011
    Performance ClassP
    Reporting Rates1 to 60 messages/second for 60 Hz systems
    1 to 50 messages/second for 50 Hz systems
    Phasor QuantitiesPhase and positive sequence components
    Digital Status Bits16
    Optional AnalogsFour user-defined quantities including rms values
    Server Outputs1 to 2 sessions at 60 (or 50) messages/second

    Instrument Transformer Compensation
    The SEL-735 is the only SEL product to provide both angular and magnitude compensation for instrument transformer errors. Correct delays and errors on each phase to achieve high-performance system accuracy, even when using protection-grade transformers. The SEL-735 is equipped with the powerful combination of IEEE C37.118 and Instrument Transformer Compensation (ITC), so you can choose to apply correction at either the synchrophasor interface or all metering interfaces, providing flexibility for many applications.

    IEC 61850 GOOSE and MMS
    Use IEC 61850 GOOSE to communicate peer to peer with another device to exchange metering, power quality, or control data in real time over Ethernet. Or, use MMS to report to an MMS client, such as a SCADA master.

    Transformer and Line-Loss Compensation
    Enter transformer nameplate and line impedance information directly into the meter to automatically compensate for transformer or line losses and move the billing point.

    Time-of-Use (TOU) Metering
    Report flexible, time-differentiated energy and demand registers with multiple day types, rates, and seasons as well as a 20-year programmable calendar.

    Predictive Demand
    Monitor accumulated demand with the predictive demand function, and alarm when the demand exceeds a user-defined limit. The SEL-735 can then shut down loads or peak-shave with generation to avoid demand charges. The predictive demand alarm is available through IEC 61850, Modbus, DNP3, Mirrored Bits communications, or the front-panel LEDs.

    Flexible Mounting Options
    A variety of bezels, brackets, enclosures, and rack-mount kits are available for quick, easy, and clean-looking retrofit installations and mounting flexibility.

    Power Quality and Recording Options
    Choose from three power quality options to fit any application and budget.
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    Physical Chassis
    Panel mount: horizontal or vertical with ANSI optical port or EIA-232 port 
    Easily Extractable Meter (EXM): vertical panel mount and ANSI optical port

    Enclosure
    16" x 18" NEMA 4 enclosure, wired to FT-1 test switch
    Portable case with voltage clips
    Front-panel sealing cover

    Meter Form
    Form 5, Form 36, or Form 9

    Power Supply
    12/24 Vdc, 24/48 Vdc, or 125/250 Vdc or Vac

    Input Voltage (Vdc or Vac; includes 3 contact outputs and 2 inputs)
    24, 48, 110, 125, 220, or 250

    Communications
    EIA-232 and EIA-485
    Ethernet: 10/100BASE-T, 100BASE-FX fiber-optic (available in single mode or multimode)

    Communications Protocols
    IEC 61850 with GOOSE and MMS

    Conformal-Coated Circuit Boards

    Literature

    Drawings

    Power Quality and Recording Options
    Choose from three power quality options to fit any application and budget.

    FeatureBasicIntermediateAdvanced
    General
    Memory32 MB128 MB128 MB
    Max Harmonic Order15th 63rd63rd
    Interharmonic QuantitiesNoNoYes
    Harmonic AnglesNoNoYes
    Power HarmonicsNoNoYes
    Waveform Capture
    Samples Per Cycle1616, 12816, 128, 512
    Duration (cycles)1515–60015–600
    Number of Events6415–3,1427–3,142
    COMTRADE ReportsYesYesYes
    Load Profile Data
    Recorders x Channels1 x 16 12 x 16 12 x 16
    Acquisition Rates 1–120 min 3–59 s, 1–120 min 3–59 s, 1–120 min
    Storage Duration0–5,000 days, varies with acquisition rate and number of channels used0–5,000 days, varies with acquisition rate and number of channels used0–5,000 days, varies with acquisition rate and number of channels used
    Example Duration1,200 days for 16 channels logged every 10 min1,200 days for 16 channels logged every 10 min1,200 days for 16 channels logged every 10 min
    IEC 61000-4-30 PQ Compliance
    150/180-cycle, 10-min, 2-hour-AA
    Flicker-A
    (10-min, 2-hr updates)
    A
    (1-min, 10-min, 2-hr updates)
    Voltage Harmonics - - A
    Current Harmonics--A