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Multilin
Enhanced Thermal Model including current unbalance andRTD biasingTemperature monitoring with programmable RTD inputs forStator, Bearing and Ambient temperature protectionReduce troubleshooting time and maintenance costs –motor running and learned data, last trip dataSimplify testing - Built in simulation featuresCost Effective Access to information through standardRS485 serial ports using Modbus RTUField upgradable settings and firmwareInstallation flexibility - Remote display and drawout caseoptionsMedium size motorsCurrent & Thermal Capacity meteringData LoggerLearned & Statistical DataOptional voltage, power metering
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Thermal model biased with RTD and negative sequencecurrent feedbackStator winding & bearing overtemperatureMotor multiple starts8 standard overload curvesUser defined overload FlexCurve™Undercurrent for load lossLocked rotorRapid trip/mechanical jamUnbalance/single phasingShort circuitGround faultPhase reversal (meter option)Variable lock-out timeLatched main trip relay, alarm relay2 auxiliary relaysEmergency restart capabilityPre-trip alarm warnings12 RTDs, programmable5 factory programmed digital inputs4 output relays1 programmable analog output
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Motor ProtEctIon SyStEM
Integrated protection and controlfor medium sized AC motors
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State of the art software for configuration andcommissioning GE Multilin productsDocument and software archiving toolset to ensurereference material and device utilities are up-to-dateEnerVista
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The 269 Plus is a digital relay designed toprovide complete and accurate protectionfor industrial motors and their associatedmechanical systems. Protection functionsinclude:
Sa a rig
The motor is protected under bothacceleration and running conditions.An alarm or trip may occur basedon acceleration time, the number of starts per hour, the time betweenstarts, or motor overloadconditions.
ovea
One of eight standard overload curves maybe programmed based on manufacturer’slocked rotor time capability.Alternatively the user may program acustom curve using the built-in FlexCurve™function. The motor’s service factor valueis entered as the overload pickup level.
Fexcve™
A smooth custom overload curve is createdwithin a selected range using FlexCurve™.This curve can be used to protect motorswith different rotor damage and statordamage curves, allowing total motordesign capacity with complete protection.
ubaae (negaive Seqee)
Unbalanced supply voltages means a largeincrease in the negative sequence currentwhich can result in greatly increased rotorheating. The relay uses the ratio of thenegative to positive sequence currents tobias the thermal model. Unbalance andphase loss protection is also provided.
uee (Miimm la)
The undercurrent function is used to detecta decrease in motor current caused by adecrease in motor load. This is especiallyuseful for indication of conditions such asloss of suction for pumps, loss of airflowfor fans, or a broken belt for conveyors. Aseparate undercurrent alarm level may beset to provide early warning.
G Fa
For zero sequence ground fault protection,all three of the motor conductors mustpass through a separate ground fault CT.CTs may be selected to detect either highimpedance zero sequence ground faultsor residual ground faults. The trip can beinstantaneous or time delayed by up to 20seconds. A low level of ground fault pickupis desirable for maximum stator windingprotection. A 50:0.025 A CT or 5 A CT maybe used for ground fault detection.
rapi tip/Mehaia Jam
Quick motor shut down can reducedamage to gears, bearings, and othermechanical parts associated with the drivecombination. A current surge will cause therelay assigned to the rapid trip/mechanical
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4160V BUS
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AMBIENT AIRFUSEDCONTACTORPHASE CTs3 
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RTD
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BEARING RTDsSTATOR RTDsSPEED DEVICECONTACTSDIFFERENTIALRELAY CONTACTS
SPARE INPUTSTARTER AUXILIARY B CONTACT52
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AUXILIARY RELAY #2AUXILIARY RELAY #1ALARMRELAY SELF TESTALARMRS485REMOTECOMMUNICATIONTRIPRELAY 
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VOLTSAMPS(4)ISOLATEDANALOGOUTPUTSCOMMUNICATIONwithMETERING OPTION
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METERING OPTION
 
269 Plus MotorProtection System
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   2   0   3   0   4   0   5   0   6   0   7   0   8   0   9   0   1   0   0
FULL LOAD CURRENT SETPOINTMULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD CURRENT SETPOINT
CURVE 8CURVE 7CURVE 6CURVE 5CURVE 4CURVE 3CURVE 2CURVE 1
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ANSI Device Numbers & Functions
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14373846484949/515050G/51G50N/51N52B74868766472755Speed DeviceUndercurrent/Minimum LoadMotor/Load Bearing OvertemperatureUnbalance - Negative SequenceMultiple Starts/Locked RotorStator Winding OvertemperatureOverload Curves/FlexCurveShort Circuit Mechanical Jam/RapidTripZero Sequence Ground FaultResidual Ground FaultBreakerOne Alarm Relay,Two Auxiliary RelaysMain Trip Latched RelayAuxiliary Relay No. 1Auxiliary Relay No. 2Differential Relay Contact InputStarts per HourVolts Phase Reversal (Meter Option)Undervoltage (Meter Option)Frequency (Meter Option)Power Factor (Meter Option)
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DEVICE PROTECTION
 
 
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6500 HP, 13800 Volt INDUCED DRAFT FAN MOTOR
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MULTIPLE OF FULL LOAD CURRENT SETPOINT
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PROGRAMMED 269 Plus CUSTOM CURVERUNNING SAFETIME (ROTOR LIMITED)ACCELERATION SAFETIME (ROTOR LIMITED)MOTOR CURRENT @ 100% VOLTAGEMOTOR CURRENT @ 80% VOLTAGE
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Typical FlexCurve™.
 jam function to become active. The usermay set the pickup level, the trip time delayand an alarm for early warning.
Sa oveempeae
Overtemperature protection of the statorwindings is provided by monitoring up tosix stator RTDs. If less than six RTDs areused for stator monitoring, the remainingRTDs may be used for any other temperaturemonitoring function desired. Individual RTDalarm, high alarm and trip levels are set bythe user.
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A total of 10 RTD inputs are available. AnyRTD inputs not used for stator RTD protectioncan be used for other temperaturemonitoring functions. Separate alarm andtrip level temperatures can be selected foreach RTD.
MMah
To obtain maximum use from the protectedmotor, the MotorMatch system modifiesthe initial relay parameters to match actualmeasured motor characteristics. The keyelements include:
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Accumulated I2t in the memory
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RTD input to the memory
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Learned cooldown time from run to stop
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Learned cooldown time from run-overloadto run-normal
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Learned acceleration time
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Learned negative sequence contribution(K-factor)
To learn the cooldown time, the 269Plus tracks the stator RTD temperatureand calculates the rate of cooling. If anambient air RTD is also used, the relay usesthis value in its calculation.The learned accelerating I
2
t value isobtained by measuring actual inrushcurrents and acceleration time. Thislearned value is only accepted aftersufficient starts have been sampled.
Sa Ihibi wih A-timelk-o
MotorMatch provides the 269 Plus with thetrue motor thermal capacity. When theStart Inhibit feature is enabled, the thermalmemory has to sufficiently discharge tomake the start possible. The 269 Plus usesthe “learned start capacity required” todetermine if sufficient thermal capacityis available for a start. The start inhibitlock-out time is automatically adjusted toallow for optimum motor usage.
Emege resa
It may be necessary to restart a faultedmotor for reasons of production or safety.To override a start inhibit or overload triplockout condition, the emergency restartfeature can be used. This clears thethermal memory, allowing a manual resetand restart.The 269 Plus can be programmed toprovide a single shot emergency restartfollowing an overload trip. The accumulatedI
2
t value is automatically reduced to a levelthat would allow a restart. After the restartattempt, if the relay trips the motor againon running overload, it will remain latchedfor the appropriate lock-out time.
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A unique feature of the 269 Plus relay isits ability to compute the motor I
2
t valuebased on actual motor load current. Thethermal model calculates this value interms of thermal capacity used. The RTDsmeasuring the stator temperature act asa thermal capacity check to confirm thevalue calculated by the thermal model. Thethermal capacity used is then updated toreflect the higher of the two values. Thisaccounts for heat due to I
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t as well asmotor heating due to loss of cooling orextreme ambient temperatures.
rtd H M cmpesai
When hot motor compensation is enabled,the RTD feedback on the actual statortemperature (as measured by the RTDs)checks the thermal capacity model. Inaddition, the 269 Plus allows the user tomatch the motor thermal characteristicswith a dual slope RTD bias curve. The twopart curve allows for easy fitting of hot andcold motor damage curves to the RTD biasfeature.
Expeia cw
The 269 Plus has a true exponentialcooldown characteristic which mimicsactual motor cooling rates. This allowsmotors to be load cycled more frequentlysince the initial rate of cooling is verysteep. Two setpoints are required to usethe exponential cooldown, the full loadcurrent (FLC) reduction and the runningcool time.The FLC reduction is the amount of thermalcapacity used when the motor is runningat a constant 100% FLC condition. Thisrepresents the constant percentagedifference between the cold damage curveand the hot damage curve. The runningcool time is the time for the thermalmemory to discharge from 100% to 0%with the motor running in a non-overloadcondition. If the motor comes from anoverloaded condition to a light loadcondition, then the cooling rate is muchfaster initially and the thermal capacityused would be reduced accordingly.
40C80C0C120C160C200C
MAXIMUMSTATORTEMPERATURE
155CRTD BIASMAX. VALUE110CRTD BIASCENTER VALUERTD BIASMIN. VALUERTD BIASCENTER T.C.
FACTORY PRESET CURVE:Min.= 40C, Center = 110C & Max.= 155CCenter
 
Thermal Capacity = 15%
968570A6.cdr
0%15%25%50%75%100%
THERMALCAPACITYUSED
 
RTD bias curve sample.

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