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PM8000 default SNMP register map

Issue
User is looking for the PM8000 metering values that are linked to the SNMP Mapping module  

Product Line
PowerLogic PM8000 series meter

Environment
Intermediate metering offer

Resolution
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is part of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol suite. It is an application layer protocol that enables the exchange of network management information between devices, allowing you to manage network performance and to identify and solve problems on networks with devices of various types. 

PM8000 meter supports SNMP once SNMP is enabled on the meter. The meter's MIB file needs to be upload into the NMS managing your meter. See FA276689 for more details about setting SNMP and MIB file for PM8000 meter.


Enabling SNMP provides SNMP access to the meter values linked to the SNMP Mapping module. You can configure the SNMP Mapping module to link to different meter values. By default, the following meter values are linked to the SNMP Mapping module:
 
I a  kVAR tot  Vll ca  Vln avg  Ib mean  kW sd mx del-rec
I b  kVA tot  Vll avg  Freq  Ic mx  kW sd del
I c  PF sign tot  Vln a  Ia mx  Ic mean  kW sd rec
I avg  Vll ab  Vln b  Ia mean  kW sd mx del  kW sd del-rec
kW tot  Vll bc  Vln c  Ib mx  kW sd mx rec  kVAR sd mx del
kVAR sd mx rec  kVAR sd mx del-rec  kVAR sd del  kVAR sd rec  kVAR sd del-rec  kVA sd mx del
kVA sd mx rec  kVA sd mx del-rec  kVA sd del  kVA sd rec  kVA sd del-rec  kWh del
kWh rec  kWh del-rec  kVARh del  kVARh rec  kVARh del-rec  kVAh del
kVAh rec  kVAh del-rec        

The following meter information is always provided by default and cannot be configured:
Voltsmode, Model number, Serial number, Device name, Firmware version, MIB version

Note: If you change your meter’s default values you must modify the custom MIB file to reflect the new values. 

*Warning: Changing your meter’s default SNMP configuration assumes that you have an advanced understanding of ION architecture, SNMP, and the communications network and power system that your meter is connected to.
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