PM175 IEC Advanced Power Quality Analyzer

EN 50160* Advanced Power Quality Analyzer

The Advanced Power Quality Analyzer PM175 is a compact, multifunctional 3-phase power and revenue meter equipped with advanced power quality analysis capabilities.

* For IEEE 1159 analysis see PM174.

The PM175 answers the needs of a wide range of users within the IEC Market: substation operators, electrical energy system integrators, generator users, industrial and commercial energy consumers. This analyzer covers the entire range of applications demanding high performance power quality monitoring and root cause analysis.

The extensive features of the PM175 make it ideal for applications such as feeder, switch gear monitor, revenue metering and billing, power quality and utility SCADA. It is also highly suitable for substation automation because of its support of industrial standard DNP 3.0 and Modbus RTU protocols.

The PM175 provides the full range of power quality monitoring capabilities with built-in EN50160 statistics and reports. The PM175 allows both suppliers and consumers to monitor the quality of outgoing or incoming electric power. This enables power suppliers to prepare timely corrective action, and helps consumers prevent equipment damages caused by power quality issues.

Two communication ports allow local and remote data acquisition.

ABB MV Sensor Power Metering Solution 

SATEC presents a new model of the PM175 designed to interface with ABB’s KEVA/KECA/KEVCY medium voltage sensors. For more info see 'Models & Accessories' below.

Multifunctional 3-Phase Power Meter
  • Voltage, current (including neutral current), power, energy, power factor, frequency, voltage/current unbalance, load profile
Multi-Tariff Revenue Meter
  • Class 0.2S precision according to IEC 62053-22
  • Built-in Time of Use (TOU) tariffs to meet any billing requirements
  • Sealing option
  • Built-in clock and calendar functions with back-up battery
  • Time synchronization via communication port or digital input
Advanced Power Quality Analysis
  • Monitoring, statistics & reports according to EN50160 specifications
  • Event statistics complemented by waveform recording
  • Waveform recording with 6 channels (3 voltage inputs, 3 current inputs)
  • Harmonics & inter-harmonics according to IEC 61000-4-7
  • Directional power harmonics
  • Voltage and current THD coefficients
  • Flicker according to IEC 61000-4-15
Event/Data Log
  • Power quality event/data logging
  • Logging capability for more than 100 parameters
  • Logging parameters with real-time stamps
Alarm & Control Functions
  • 16 programmable set points
  • 2 programmable relay outputs 3A, 250V
  • 2 digital inputs
  • 2 optional analog inputs or outputs
  • TCP Notification Client 
  • 2 independent communication ports (RS232, RS422, RS485, modem, Ethernet, Profibus DP)
  • Protocols: Modbus RTU, ASCII, DNP 3.0
  • Full galvanic isolation of voltage and current measuring circuits—6 kV Impulse
Models & Accessories
RPM075 Remote Power Meter
The RPM075 is a non-display power meter providing a solution for cases where there is no available space for display panels. Can be connected anywhere, via panel/wall and DIN rail mounting.


RDM175 Remote Display
The RPM075 can be interfaced with Remote Display RDM175 via an RS485 communication port, or added as a second display for the PM175 series.


EDL175 Portable Power Quality Analyzer
This device combines the capabilities of measurement, registration and quality power of the PM175 power meter convenient portable package, and features PAS software package designed to provide graphical data display and analysis.
Eddie including data backup battery and offer a range of current measurement tests.


SATEC-ABB MV Sensor Power Metering Solution 
SATEC offers a new version of the PM175 designed to interface with ABB’s KEVA/KECA/KEVCY medium voltage sensors.
These unique sensors, feature built-in potential transformer and current transducer combined, integrated into a RJ45 3VAC output, originally designated for interfacing digital protection relays.
SATEC’s concept utilizes this interface to piggyback on these existing sensors and their output for highly accurate power metering. By standard, readings provided by protection equipment do not come near the PM175’s accuracy and do not provide a power quality profile of the network.
Adopting this concept also saves considerably on the need for erecting extra expensive metering cubicles, with all involved equipment (MV CT and PT).

Specific sensors tested by ABB for compatibility with the PM175

Current sensors
Type KECA 80 Cxxx (C104, C165, C184, C216, C260)
KECA 80 C85
KECA 80 D85
Voltage sensors
type KEVA 17,5B20, 5B21
type KEVA 24B20, 24B21
type KEVA 24C10, 24C21, 24C22, 24C23, 24C24, 24C25, 24C26, 24C30
type KEVA 24C10c 24C21c, 24C22c, 24C23c, 24C24c, 24C25c, 24C26c; “c” stands for Metal coated (conductive surface)
KEVA 24C2 4.1
KEVA 24C2 4.1c; “c” stands for Metal coated (conductive surface)
Combined voltage and current sensors
KEVCD A. Sensor name codes : KECVD 12 AE3, KEVCD 17.5 AE3 , KECVD 24 AE3.
Pole-Top MV Monitoring

Pole-Top MV Monitoring
With unique sensors (PT/CT) for smart grid deployment

SATEC PM17x series can be supplied with Line Post Sensors for replacing of existing pole isolators with voltage and current sensors for MV grids of 15kV, 25kV or 35kV.



The MV Sensors are designed for Distribution Automation to provide:

  • Compact, economical power-line sensing
  • No line cutting
  • Not for dead-end use
  • Linear outputs up to fault levels
  • Accurate performance
  • Non-hazardous voltage on output
  • Completely sealed against moisture

Advantages of Pole-Top Monitoring

  • Precise Real-Time measurements
  • Provides DNP3.0 protocol
  • GPRS communication
  • Local display
  • Memory (redundancy)
  • Waveform / PQ features
  • Phasors & phase rotation
  • Directional harmonics
  • Neutral currents
  • Complete Total Cabinet Package
  • Expandability

Help Manage

  • Line losses
  • Capacitor controls
  • Voltage regulation
  • Outage detection
  • Load balance
  • Harmonics
  • Fault location
  • Power theft


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