Default data logging configuration
The meter’s default template includes factoryconfigured data logs (Data Recorder modules).
These data logs and their configuration are used by other components of your power monitoring system.
NOTE: Do not change the default configuration of any of the logs unless you understand the impact of the change on these power monitoring system components, the data they use, and your meter’s memory.
Each data recorder can record up to 16 different parameters. The number of data recorders available depends on your meter's feature set:
Feature set  Data recorders 

Advanced  64 
Standard  50 
Essential  10 
Revenue Log
The Revenue Log (Data Rec 1) is configured for use with UTS MV90 billing software.
Factory settings for this data recorder:
 Log depth = 3360 records (35 days)
 Interval = 900 seconds (15 minutes)
By default, it logs the following values:
Parameter  Description 

kWh del int  Interval kWh delivered 
kWh rec int  Interval kWh received 
kVARh del int  Interval kVARh delivered 
kVARh rec int  Interval kVARh received 
Historic data logs
Factoryconfigured historic data logs are only available on Advanced and Standard.
Three historic data logs are used to record standard power system quantities, such as phase current, phase voltage, and power factor. These logs are labeled Hist Mean Log, Hist High Log, and Hist Low Log.
Factory settings for these data recorders:
 Log depth = 3360 records (35 days)
 Interval = 900 seconds (15 minutes)
By default, they log the following values:
Hist Mean Log (Data Rec 2)  

Vll ab mean  V unbal mean  I avg mean  kVA tot mean 
Vll bc mean  Ia mean  I 4 mean  PF lag mean 
Vll ca mean  Ib mean  kW tot mean  PF lead mean 
Vll avg mean  Ic mean  kVAR tot mean  Freq mean 
Hist High Log (Data Rec 3)  

Vll ab high  V unbal high  I avg high  kVA tot high 
Vll bc high  Ia high  I 4 high  PF lag high 
Vll ca high  Ib high  kW tot high  PF lead high 
Vll avg high  Ic high  kVAR tot high  Freq high 
Hist Low Log (Data Rec 4)  

Vll ab low  V unbal low  I avg low  kVA tot low 
Vll bc low  Ia low  I 4 low  PF lag low 
Vll ca low  Ib low  kW tot low  PF lead low 
Vll avg low  Ic low  kVAR tot low  Freq low 
Loss Log
The Loss Log (Data Rec 9) is configured to record loss values.
Factory settings for this data recorder:
 Log depth = 3360 records (35 days)
 Interval = 900 seconds (15 minutes)
By default, it logs the following values:
Parameter  Description 

MU Ia^2h int  Phase A interval current squared hours 
MU Ib^2h int  Phase B interval current squared hours 
MU Ic^2h int  Phase C interval current squared hours 
MU Vllab^2h int  Phase A interval voltage LinetoLine squared hours 
MU Vllbc^2h int  Phase B interval voltage LinetoLine squared hours 
MU Vllca^2h int  Phase C interval voltage LinetoLine squared hours 
MU Vln a^2h int  Phase A interval voltage LinetoNeutral squared hours 
MU Vln b^2h int  Phase B interval voltage LinetoNeutral squared hours 
MU Vln c^2h int  Phase C interval voltage LinetoNeutral squared hours 
Harmonics logs
Available on: Advanced and Standard
Two harmonics logs record various harmonics data, including Kfactor and Total Harmonic Distortion (THD). These recorders are labeled Harm Mean Log and Harm High Log.
Factory settings for these data recorders:
 Log depth = 840 records (35 days)
 Interval = 3600 seconds (1 hour)
By default, they log the following values:
Harm Mean Log (Data Rec 7)  

V1 THD mean  I1 THD mean  I1 K Fac mean 
V2 THD mean  I2 THD mean  I2 K Fac mean 
V3 THD mean  I3 THD mean  I3 K Fac mean 
Harm High Log (Data Rec 8)  

V1 THD high  I1 THD high  I1 K Fac high 
V2 THD high  I2 THD high  I2 K Fac high 
V3 THD high  I3 THD high  I3 K Fac high 
Energy and Demand Log
The EgyDmd Log (Data Rec 10) records energy and demand data used by energy management software to generate reports.
Factory settings for this data recorder:
 Log depth = 3360 records (35 days)
 Interval = 900 seconds (15 minutes)
By default, it logs the following values:
Parameter  Description 

kWh del  Active energy delivered 
kWh rec  Active energy received 
kWh delrec  Active energy delivered minus received 
kVARh del  Reactive energy delivered 
kVARh rec  Reactive energy received 
kVARh delrec  Reactive energy delivered minus received 
kVAh del+rec  Apparent energy delivered plus received 
kW sd delrec  Active power demand delivered minus received 
kVAR sd delrec  Reactive power demand delivered minus received 
kVA sd del+rec  Apparent power demand delivered plus received 
Daily Nominal Log
Available on: Advanced and Standard
The DailyNom Log (Data Rec 39) provides information about the meter’s nominal settings.
Factory settings for this data recorder:
 Log depth = 450 records
 Interval = Triggered on demand
By default, it logs the following values from the Factory module’s setup registers:
Parameter  Description 

FAC1 Vnominal  Nominal voltage setting 
FAC1 NomFreqNum  Expected frequency of operation 
Rapid Voltage Change Log
Available on: Advanced and Standard
The RVC Log (Data Rec 23) provides details of rapid voltage changes related to sag/swells (power quality events). This data recorder is disabled by default.
Factory settings for this data recorder:
 Log depth = 100 records
 Interval = Triggered on demand
If enabled, it logs the following by default:
SS1 Delta Umax  SS1 Delta Uss  SS1 RVC Duration 
For more information on how to enable the Rapid Voltage Change Log, see Configuring Advanced Power Quality.
Sag/swell Log
The Sag/swell Log (Data Rec 5) provides details of power quality events.
Factory settings for this data recorder:
 Log depth = 100 records
 Interval = Triggered on demand
By default, it logs the following values:
SS1 DistDur  SS1 DistV1Min  SS1 DistV1Max  SS1 DistV1Avg 
SS1 DistV1Engy  SS1 DistV2Min  SS1 DistV2Max  SS1 DistV2Avg 
SS1 DistV2Engy  SS1 DistV3Min  SS1 DistV3Max  SS1 DistV3Avg 
SS1 DistV3Engy  SS1 DistNominal  SS1 Swell Lim  SS1 Sag Lim 
For more information on how to configure sag/swell logging, see Configuring sag and swell logging.
Sg/Sw HS Log
Available on: Advanced and Standard
The Sg/Sw HS Log (Data Rec 6) captures highspeed (halfcycle) voltage and current data that includes preevent and postevent records related to the sag/swell event. This data recorder is disabled by default.
If enabled, it logs the following by default:
HS Vln a  HS Vll ab  HS I a  HS Freq 
HS Vln b  HS Vll bc  HS I b  PQA1 Vavg Sliding Ref Voltage 
HS Vln c  HS Vll ca  HS I c 
For more information on how to enable the Sg/Sw HS Log, see Configuring sag and swell logging.
EN 50160 compliance logs
Available on: Advanced and Standard
The EN 50160 compliance logs are used to record EN 50160 compliance counters:
Data recorder  Description 

EN50160 Flicker (Data Rec 18)  Flicker 
EN50160 Frq/Mg (Data Rec 17)  Power frequency and supply magnitude 
EN50160 Hrm Vlt (Data Rec 29)  Voltage harmonics 
EN50160 Ihm
Vlt (Data Rec 30) 
Voltage interharmonics 
EN50160 Intrp (Data Rec 24)  Short/long interruptions 
EN50160 MSignal (Data Rec 31)  Evaluation of mains voltage signals 
EN50160 Prmf/V (Data Rec 32)  Frequency and supply voltage statistics 
EN50160 PrmFlk (Data Rec 33)  Flicker statistics (Pst and Plt) 
EN50160 PrmHrm1 (Data Rec 12)  Harmonics statistics 
EN50160 PrmHrm2 (Data Rec 11)  Harmonics statistics overflow 
EN50160 Swell (Data Rec 25)  Voltage swells 
EN50160 Vlt Dp1 (Data Rec 19)  Supply voltage dips 
EN50160 Vlt Dp2 (Data Rec 20)  Supply voltage dips 
EN50160 Vunbal (Data Rec 28)  Voltage unbalance 
^{1} Available on: Advanced
The meter logs EN 50160 counter data for present and previous observation periods as well as EN 50160 events.
For more information about EN 50160, see the
IEC 61000430 logs
Available on: Advanced and Standard
The IEC 61000430 logs are used to log parameters related to the International Electrotechnical Commission’s IEC 61000430 standard and to create reports:
430 3s RMS Log (Data Rec 38)  

PqFlag 2s ivd 
I1 3s 
V1 OverDev 3s 
V3 OverDev 3s 
V1 3s 
I2 3s 
V2 UnderDev 3s 

V2 3s 
I3 3s 
V2 OverDev 3s 

V3 3s 
V1 UnderDev 3s 
V3 UnderDev 3s 
430 10mRMS Log (Data Rec 16)  

PqFlag 10m 
PQA1 I1 10m 
V1 OverDev 10m 
V3 OverDev 10m 
V1 10m 
PQA1 I2 10m 
V2 UnderDev 10m 
Power Freq 10m 
V2 10m 
PQA1 I3 10m 
V2 OverDev 10m 

V3 10m 
V1 UnderDev 10m 
V3 UnderDev 10m 
430 2hrRMS Log (Data Rec 37)  

PqFlag 2hr 
I1 2hr 
V1 OverDev 2hr 
V3 OverDev 2hr 
V1 2hr 
I2 2hr 
V2 UnderDev 2hr 
Power Freq 2hr 
V2 2hr 
I3 2hr 
V2 OverDev 2hr 

V3 2hr 
V1 UnderDev 2hr 
V3 UnderDev 2hr 
430 3s THD Log (Data Rec 26)  

PqFlag 3s THD 
V3 THD 3s 
I3 THD 3s 
IUnbal u2 3s 
V1 THD 3s 
I1 THD 3s 
Vunbal u2 3s 
IUnbal u0 3s 
V2 THD 3s 
I2 THD 3s 
Vunbal u0 3s 
430 10mTHD Log (Data Rec 27)  

PqFlag 10m 
V3 THD 10m 
PQ I3 THD 10m 
IUnbal u2 10m 
V1 THD 10m 
PQ I1 THD 10m 
Vunbal u2 10m 
IUnbal u0 10m 
V2 THD 10m 
PQ I2 THD 10m 
Vunbal u0 10m 
430 2hrTHD Log (Data Rec 34)  

PqFlag 2hr 
V3 THD 2hr 
I3 THD 2hr 
IUnbal u2 2hr 
V1 THD 2hr 
I1 THD 2hr 
Vunbal u2 2hr 
IUnbal u0 2hr 
V2 THD 2hr 
I2 THD 2hr 
Vunbal u0 2hr 
430 10s Freq (Data Rec 21)  

Power Frequency 
PqFlag 10s 
430 Intrp Log (Data Rec 22) 

V Intrp DrtnAll (voltage interruption duration  all voltages) 
For more information, see the IEC 61000430 compliance and ION meters technical note, available on www.se.com.
IEEE 519 compliance logs
Available on: Advanced and Standard
The IEEE 519 compliance logs are used to record IEEE 519 compliance parameters:
Data recorder  Description 

Advanced and Standard  
519 Hrm IX (Data Rec 35)  Current harmonics statistics and counters: Weekly 95th percentile 10 min intervals 
519 Hrm IY (Data Rec 36)  Current harmonics statistics and counters: Weekly 99th percentile 10 min intervals 
519 Hrm IZ (Data Rec 14)  Current harmonics statistics and counters: Daily 99th percentile 3 s intervals 
519 Hrm VX (Data Rec 42)  Voltage harmonics statistics and counters: Weekly 95th percentile 10 min intervals 
519 Hrm VZ (Data Rec 13)  Voltage harmonics statistics and counters: Daily 99th percentile 3 s intervals 
Advanced  
I1 Hrm 116 (Data Rec 44)  I1 current harmonics  10 min 
I1 Hrm 1732 (Data Rec 50)  I1 current harmonics  10 min 
I1 Hrm 3348 (Data Rec 56)  I1 current harmonics  10 min 
I2 Hrm 116 (Data Rec 45)  I2 current harmonics  10 min 
I2 Hrm 1732 (Data Rec 51)  I2 current harmonics  10 min 
I2 Hrm 3348 (Data Rec 57)  I2 current harmonics  10 min 
I3 Hrm 116 (Data Rec 46)  I3 current harmonics  10 min 
I3 Hrm 1732 (Data Rec 52)  I3 current harmonics  10 min 
I3 Hrm 3348 (Data Rec 58)  I3 current harmonics  10 min 
V/I Hrm 4950 (Data Rec 59)  V1, V2, V3, I1, I2, I3 harmonics  10 min 
V1 Hrm 116 (Data Rec 40)  V1 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V1 Hrm 1732 (Data Rec 47)  V1 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V1 Hrm 3348 (Data Rec 53)  V1 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V2 Hrm 116 (Data Rec 41)  V2 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V2 Hrm 1732 (Data Rec 48)  V2 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V2 Hrm 3348 (Data Rec 54)  V2 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V3 Hrm 116 (Data Rec 43)  V3 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V3 Hrm 1732 (Data Rec 49)  V3 voltage harmonics  10 min 
V3 Hrm 3348 (Data Rec 55)  V3 voltage harmonics  10 min 