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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
jam function to become active. The usermay set the pickup level, the trip time delayand an alarm for early warning.
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.
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.
To obtain maximum use from the protectedmotor, the MotorMatch system modifiesthe initial relay parameters to match actualmeasured motor characteristics. The keyelements include:
Accumulated I2t in the memory
RTD input to the memory
Learned cooldown time from run to stop
Learned cooldown time from run-overloadto run-normal
Learned acceleration time
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
t value isobtained by measuring actual inrushcurrents and acceleration time. Thislearned value is only accepted aftersufficient starts have been sampled.
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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.
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
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.
A unique feature of the 269 Plus relay isits ability to compute the motor I
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
t as well asmotor heating due to loss of cooling orextreme ambient temperatures.
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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.
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.
155CRTD BIASMAX. VALUE110CRTD BIASCENTER VALUERTD BIASMIN. VALUERTD BIASCENTER T.C.
FACTORY PRESET CURVE:Min.= 40C, Center = 110C & Max.= 155CCenter
Thermal Capacity = 15%