Energy Metering IC with Serial Port
High Accuracy, Supports IEC 687/61036
Compatible with 3-Phase/3-Wire, 3-Phase/4-Wire
and any Type of 3-Phase Services
Less than 0.1% Error in Active Power Measurement over a
Dynamic Range of 1000 to 1
Supplies Active Energy, Apparent Energy, Voltage RMS,
Current RMS, and Sampled Waveform Data
Digital Power, Phase, and Input Offset Calibration
On-Chip Temperature Sensor (؎4؇C Typical after Calibration)
On-Chip User Programmable Thresholds for Line Voltage
SAG and Overdrive Detections
SPI Compatible Serial Interface with Interrupt
Request Line (IRQ)
Pulse Output with Programmable Frequency
Proprietary ADCs and DSP Provide High Accuracy over
Large Variations in Environmental Conditions and Time
Single 5 V Supply
The ADE7754 is a high accuracy polyphase electrical energy
measurement IC with a serial interface and a pulse output. The
ADE7754 incorporates second order Σ-∆ ADCs, reference
circuitry, temperature sensor, and all the signal processing
required to perform active, apparent energy measurements, and
The ADE7754 provides different solutions for measuring active
and apparent energy from the six analog inputs, thus enabling
the use of the ADE7754 in various power meter services such as
3-phase/4-wire, 3-phase/3-wire, and 4-wire delta.
In addition to rms calculation, active and apparent power infor-
mation, the ADE7754 provides system calibration features for
each phase (i.e., channel offset correction, phase calibration,
and gain calibration). The CF logic output provides instanta-
neous active power information.
The ADE7754 has a waveform sample register that enables
access to ADC outputs. The part also incorporates a detection
circuit for short duration low or high voltage variations. The
voltage threshold levels and the duration (number of half line
cycles) of the variation are user programmable.
A zero-crossing detection is synchronized with the zero-crossing
point of the line voltage of each of the three phases. The infor-
mation collected is used to measure each line’s period. It is also
used internally to the chip in the line active energy and line
apparent energy accumulation modes. This permits faster and
more accurate calibration of the power calculations. This signal
is also useful for synchronization of relay switching.
Data is read from the ADE7754 via the SPI serial interface. The
interrupt request output (IRQ) is an open-drain, active low
logic output. The IRQ output goes active low when one or more
interrupt events have occurred in the ADE7754. A status regis-
ter indicates the nature of the interrupt.
The ADE7754 is available in a 24-lead SOIC package.
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
% WDIV % VADIV
ADE7754 REGISTERS AND
DIN DOUT SCLK CS IRQ
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