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Motor Control and Protection Unit M10x-M User’s Guide

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General ........................................................................................................................... 4
Target Group .................................................................................................................................... 4 Use of Warning, Caution, Information and Tip icon ............................................................................ 4 Terminology ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Related Documentation ..................................................................................................................... 6 Related System Version .................................................................................................................... 6 Document Revision History ............................................................................................................... 6

Product Overview .......................................................................................................... 7
Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Structure ........................................................................................................................................... 8

Mounting ........................................................................................................................ 9
Mounting of M10x-M ......................................................................................................................... 9

Interfaces........................................................................................................................ 9
Terminal Designations..................................................................................................................... 10 Typical Diagram .............................................................................................................................. 16

Functionality ................................................................................................................ 18
Starter Types .................................................................................................................................. 18 Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Dahlander) ..............................................................................26 Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Separate Windings).................................................................27 Protection Function ......................................................................................................................... 31 Function and Supervision ................................................................................................................ 48

Communication Interface............................................................................................ 60
Overview......................................................................................................................................... 60 RS485 Interface Cable .................................................................................................................... 60 Function Description ....................................................................................................................... 60

Parameterization.......................................................................................................... 61
Overview......................................................................................................................................... 61 Parameterization via MD2/MD3 ....................................................................................................... 61 Parameterization via MODBUS ....................................................................................................... 61 M10x-M Parameters........................................................................................................................ 61

Accessories ................................................................................................................. 62
MD2/MD3 Operator Panel ............................................................................................................... 62 Parameterization Software: MCUsetup ............................................................................................ 66

Appendix A Technical Data ...................................................................................... 69

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It is assumed that the user has a basic knowledge of physical and electrical fundamentals. parameterizing or operating the motor control unit. which provides detailed information about parameters and their applications. This document should be used along with M10x-M Parameter Description. The objective of this manual is to provide the technical functions description of M10x-M. Caution. This manual should be studied carefully before installing. Information and Tip icon 4 1TNC911112D0204 .General General Target Group M10x-M User's Guide The manual is primarily intended for those requiring information on the applications of M10x for the purpose of understanding. Use of Warning. engineering. electrical wiring practices and electrical components. wiring & operating of the product.

motor) from field level. Communication interface standard from EIA (Electronics Industries Association. operating on voltages between 0V and +5V. acronyms. when the Local control authority is enabled. RS-485 is more noise resistant than RS-232C. and can drive more receivers. handles data transmission over longer distances. when the remote control authority is enabled. Fieldbus communication protocol Fieldbus communication protocol High level process control system DCS Distributed Control System Local Hardwiring MODBUS MODBUS RTU PCS PTC RCU Process Control System Positive Temperature PTC thermistors are semiconductor elements with a very Coefficient high positive temperature coefficient.g. A Control Access term describing that the M10x accepts its commands from the fieldbus inputs. See also PCS A Control Access term describing that the M10x accepts its commands from the Hardwired inputs.M10x-M User's Guide General Terminology List of the terms. abbreviations and definitions that used in this document. Status transition to abnormal state can be data crossing over the pre-defined alarm limit. Remote Control Unit Remote fieldbus Local control unit with pushbutton and indicator to operate a device (e. RS485 TOL 1TNC911112D0204 5 . Abbreviation Term Alarm Description Alarm is defined as status transition from any state to abnormal state. USA). Thermal Overload Trip Protection against overheated caused by overload A consequence of an alarm activated or an external trip command from another device to stop the motor or trip the circuit breaker.

Document Revision History D0201 D0202 D0203 D0204 Initial Edition Product Revision Revise COM terminals. FV1. Template Changed as per BU Guideline. 10/2003 10/2005 10/2007 10/2010 6 1TNC911112D0204 . Revise earth fault setting.7 Until further notice.General Related Documentation 1TNC 911105 M0203 1TNC 911505 M0204 1TNC911104 M0202 M10x-M Parameter Description M10x-M User's Guide Modbus Protocol Implementation for M10x-M MCUSetup (Software Tool) User Guide Related System Version The content of this document is related to firmware revision release. Revise terminology of control authority.2 M102-M. The described functions are designed but may not be fully implemented in all details. M101-M. Please refer to the current system guides and release notes regarding possible restrictions. this document is also applicable for future firmware versions other than those listed above. FV1.

it is part of low voltage system family to provide customers another ABB intelligent system solution. M10x provides specific control. 1 Network connection of M10x-M Fieldbus capacity: 32 nodes Communication Connection Redundancy Communication Connection 1TNC911112D0204 7 . M10x-M is with dual RS485 interfaces which support full redundancy network and are able to communicate with upstream control system in parallel and in high speed and reliable way. Statistical recording of running hours and number of operations assists with predictive maintenance scheduling.M10x-M User's Guide Product Overview Introduction Product Overview M10x is an intelligent motor control and protection device based on current measurement or current measurement and voltage measurement. Installed in and supplied as part of ABB Low Voltage switchgear MNS ®. monitoring. M10x is of microprocessor-based product providing comprehensive but standard features into one device. Fast response time for alarm or trip status makes real time control of a complete process possible. By setting/changing parameters into the device. . Any M10x-M may be interrogated on demand to determine both actual and operating parameters. M10x-M is M10x with Modbus interface. It is designed to use in individual motor starter. Standard features simplify maintenance and plant expansion. For AC motor and the operated installation this means: Reliable protection Maximum utilization Continuous supervision Flexibility Fig. protection functions tailored for each motor.

MD2/MD3 provides the functions as motor control. One operator panel is provided for each main unit at request. With control buttons. Main unit is fixed to a mounting rail. LED. Operator Panel MD2/MD3 The Operator panel is the user interface mounted on the front door or drawer.Product Overview Structure M10x-M consists of two parts: Main unit (with current converter unit) Operator Panel MD2/MD3 M10x-M User’s Guide Main Unit Main unit is a unit contains the electronics of the motor control unit and integrated CT. Colour of the enclosure is RAL 7012. interposing CTs are to select. For detail description of MD2/MD3 please refer to chapter – Accessories Fig. supervision and parameterizing. M10x-M Enclosure material The enclosure of the M10x-P is made of polycarbonate. 2 M10x-M 8 1TNC911112D0204 . LCD module (MD2 only). For motor rating larger than 63A. There are 6 types of M10x main unit in terms of different CT range. Flammability rating of the material is UL 94 V-0 and material is halogen free.

4 Terminals viewed from top 1TNC911112D0204 9 . 3 M10x-M in 8E/4 module M102-M The installation details of M10x-M and MD2/MD3. please see the related documentation installation manual Interfaces Terminal blocks of M10x are located on the top of the main unit for easy access. There are 3 sets of I/O terminal blocks and 1 set of RJ11 connector as shown.M10x-M User's Guide Mounting MD3 Interfaces Mounting of M10x-M Basic dimension of M10x-M W X H X D=110mm X 140mm X 75mm Typical Installation of M10x-M DIN rail or installation to horizontal plane Basic dimension of MD2 W X H X D=88mm X 72mm X 30mm Mounting dimension of MD2 W X H=84mm X 68mm Basic dimension of MD3 W X H X D=88mm X 50mm X 28mm Mounting dimension of MD3 W X H=83mm X 45mm Fig. Digital Inputs T hermistor Input (M102 Only) Integrated CT L MD2/3 Connector T Dual RS485 Interfaces Vo ltage Input (M102 Only) RCT Input Relay Output Power Supply Ground Safety a nd Surge Fig.

Name Terminal No.11 X4:12 L1-T1.Interfaces Terminal Designations Terminal Number X1:1…X1:13 X1 X1:14…X1:16 X2 X2:1…6 PTC input (M102-M) Interface for MD2/3 Fieldbus for external communication RCT input Voltage Input (M102M) Relay output 24VDC Supply Ground Designation… Plug/Contacts M10x-M User's Guide Terminal Block Remark Cross section 1.5mm2 I/O block.5mm2 Cross section 2. X4:11 X4:10 24VDC GND Power supply 24VDC + Power supply 0VDC Description Table 2 Power supply terminals Digital Input M101-M has 6 and M102-M has 13 digital inputs of the type 5mA/24VDC.L2-T2.8mA.7 X3:8…13 X4:1…9 X4 X4:10. 10 1TNC911112D0204 .5mm2 Current Measurement 10mm window Table 1 Device terminals Power Supply The standard power supply is 24V DC preferably from a UPS. Digital inputs are cyclically read. The contact is detected as closed if the input current is over 2. which can be assigned to a defined function.5mA and open if current is under 0. switch input Cable with RJ11 Connector provided X3:1…5 X3 X3:6.L3T3 Lead-through Cross section 2. There are three programmable inputs included.

X1:1 X1:2 X1:3 X1:4 X1:5 X1:6 X1:7 X1:8 X1:9 X1:10 X1:11 X1:12 X1:13 Name LIMIT1 LIMIT2 START1 START2 STOP LOC/R F_Ca F_Cb F_Cc PROG_IN0 PROG_IN1 PROG_IN2 MCB Description Limit position switch 1 input Limit position switch 2 input Motor start 1 switch input Motor start 2 switch input Motor stop switch input Locate/remote control switch input Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Contactor control C feedback Programmable input 0 Programmable input 1 Programmable input 2 Auxiliary contact from main switch Table 4 Digital input terminals and pins of M102-M 1TNC911112D0204 11 . X1:1 X1:2 X1:3 X1:4 X1:5 X1:6 X1:7 X1:8 X1:9 X1:10 X1:11 X1:12 X1:13 Name IN_COM NC LOC/R NC F_Ca NC F_Cb NC PROG_IN0 NC PROG_IN1 NC PROG_IN2 Description Digital input common terminal (0VDC) Spare Locate/remote control switch input Spare Contactor control A feedback Spare Contactor control B feedback Spare Programmable input 0 Spare Programmable input 1 Spare Programmable input 2 Table 3 Digital input terminals and pins of M101-M Terminal No.M10x-M User's Guide Interfaces Terminal No.

Interfaces M10x-M User's Guide PTC Input (M102-M Only) M102-M utilizes type A temperature sensor with a characteristic curve according to IEC 60947-8 to follow the temperature of motor winding. terminal X1. terminals X1:15 and X1:16 shall be shorted to avoid potential disturbance. PTC connector is located on the top of M102-M unit. Terminal No. PTCA and PTCB are to be wired to both ends of PTC sensor which is embedded inside motor. M10x-M also supports 3-wire connection by introducing third wire connection from temperature sensor to eliminate the impact of cable resistance. In 2-wire connection application. i) PTC measurement is available in M102-x only! ii) In 2-wires application. X1:14 X1:15 X1:16 Name PTCA PTCB PTCG Description PTC measurement input A PTC measurement input B PTC measurement input G (Option) Table 5 PTC input terminals 12 1TNC911112D0204 .

Shielded twisted pair (STP) shall be used for communication wiring. Voltage measurement is only available in M102-x! 1TNC911112D0204 13 . X3:1 X3:2 X3:3 X3:4 X3:5 Name 2B 2A SHIELD 1B 1A Description Serial RS485 B Serial RS485 A Shield Serial RS485 B Serial RS485 A Table 6 Fieldbus interface terminals Residual Current Transformer M10x-M supports earth fault measurement through Residual Current Transformer (RCT ). terminals X3:6 and X3:7 shall be shorted to avoid potential external disturbance. The shield terminal X3: 3 is connection with the ground terminal X4: 12 which is solidly earthed via internal circuit. X3:6 X3:7 Name Ioa Iob Description Residual current transformer input A Residual current transformer input B Table 7 Residual current transformer terminals i) For information on different types of RCTs. Terminal No. ii) In the case that RCT is not required. Terminal No.M10x-M User's Guide Fieldbus Interface Interfaces M10x-M is with dual RS485 communication interfaces which support full redundancy network design. Voltage Measurement (M102-M Only) M102-M continuously measures three phase voltages. please refer to “M10x Ordering Guide”. The voltage data is used for protection functions and power calculation.

The phase current data will be used by the protection functions and is reported to the fieldbus. Phase currents are reported as a value –relative to the motor nominal current In. M101-M is of CCA and CCB contactor relays only. When one phase system is selected.Interfaces M10x-M User's Guide Terminal No. but instead intermediate current transformer’s secondary side is connected through M10x-M current measurement terminal. X4:6… X4:7 X4:8 X4:9 Name CCLI CCA CCB CCC Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control C M101-M M102-M Table 9 Contactor control terminals 14 1TNC911112D0204 . Motor nominal currents above 63A are not measured directly. Current wires are lead through current sensors from either side of the terminal. Contactor Control Output M10x-M supports several motor starter types. CCB. CCC) by the microprocessor. The control of the contactor is performed with internal relays (Output CCA. Internal relays CCA and CCB are hardwire-interlocked to prevent both contactors being closed at the same time. current measurement is via phase A. Terminal No. X3:9 X3:11 X3:13 X3:8 Name Vc Vb Va N Description Phase C voltage input Phase B voltage input Phase A voltage input Neutral input Table 8 Voltage input terminals of M102-M only Current Measurement Terminal M10x-M measures continuously three motor phase currents. Direction can be either L->T or T->L considering that all currents must have the same direction.

Terminal No. Each programmable output can be assigned to a defined function. X4:12 Name GROUND Description Ground safety and surge Table 12 Ground terminal This is an additional ground terminal provided for dissipating transient signals and surges. X4:1 X4:2 X4:3 X4:4 X4:5 Name GR1_A GR1_B GR1_C GR2_A GR2_B Programmable relay output 2 (NO) Programmable relay output 1 (NO+NC) Description M101-M M102-M Table 10 Programmable output terminals M101-M programmable relay output 1. Terminal No.M10x-M User's Guide Programmable Output Interfaces M10x-M has two auxiliary programmable output relays. This must be connected by a thick wire or braid to the system ground for reliable operation. X2:1 X2:2 X2:3 X2:4 X2:5 X2:6 Name RS485 B Communication ports with operator panel RS485 A SHIELD SHIELD Vcc Power supply for operator panel GND Table 11 Operator panel interface terminals Description Shield Ground Terminal Terminal No. Interface for MD2/MD3 M10x-M has a RJ11 interface for operator panel MD2/MD3. 1TNC911112D0204 15 .

Interfaces Typical Diagram A typical wiring diagram is show below M10x-M User's Guide L1 L2 L3 M C B K M C TM odu le R esidua lC T M O T O R X 3 :1 3X 3 :1 1X 3:9X 3:8 X 3 :6 X 3 :7 - X 1 :1 X 1 :2 IN _C O M N C Loc /R N C F _C a N CN CN CN C Interna lC onn ector B I0A I0B 2 2A S H IE L D 1B 1A G R 1_ A X 3:1 X 3:2 X 3:3 X 3:4 X 3:5 redu nda ncy R S 48 5 D C 2 4V X 1 :3 X 1 :4 R S 4 85 + K M X 1 :5 X 4:1 X 4 :2 X 4:3 X 1 :6 N C F_ C b N C P R O G _IN 0 N C P R O G _IN 1 N C P R O G _IN 2 N C N C N C toM D 2 /M D 3 P ho neja ckR J11 G R 1_ B G R 1_ C N C N C C C L I C C A C C B N C X 1 :7 X 1 :8 X 1 :9 X 4:4 X 4:5 X 1 :1 0 X 1 :1 1 X 1 :1 2 X 4 :6 X 4 :7 X 4 :8 X 4 :9 L1 K M N X 1 :1 3 X 1 :1 4 X 1 :1 5 X 1 :1 6 G N D D C 2 4V G R O U N D X 4 :1 0 X 4 :1 1 C 24 V +D X 4 :1 2 P E Fig. In the case of power loss. GR1_B &GR1_C) as shown in Fig5 are floating N/C and N/O contacts from the same relay and respond to parameter settings. contact status will restore as shown in Fig5. when ‘Trip’ is set to programmable output.Internal Connection Line: terminal X3: 3 (Shield) is connected to terminal X4: 12 (Ground) internal of M10x-M. E. . 5 Typical wiring diagram for M101-M --------------. N/O contact will close under healthy situation.g. Programmable output contacts (GR1_A. 16 1TNC911112D0204 .

1TNC911112D0204 17 . 6 Typical wiring diagram for M102-M Internal Connection Line: the shield terminal X3: 3 is connected with the ground terminal X4: 12 via internal circuit. E. --------------- Programmable output contacts GR1 as shown in Fig6 are floating N/C and N/O contacts from the same relay. In the case of power loss. when ‘Trip’ is set to programmable output. contact status will restore as shown in Fig6.M10x-M User's Guide Interfaces L1 L2 L3 N M C B K M C TM odule R esidual C T M O TO R X 3:13X 3 :1 1X 3:9 X 3 :8 X 1 :1 X 1 :2 X 3 :6X 3:7 LIM IT1 LIM IT2 STA R T1 STA R T2 S TO P V AV BV CN Internal C onnector I0AI0B 2B 2A S H IE LD 1B 1A G R 1_A X 3:1 X 3:2 X 3:3 X 3:4 X 3:5 X 4 :1 X 4:2 X 4 :3 redundancy R S 485 X 1 :3 X 1 :4 X 1 :5 R S 485 D C 24V + K M X 1 :6 LO C /R F_C a F_C b F_C c P R O G _IN 0 P R O G _IN 1 P R O G _IN 2 M C B P TC A P TC B P TC G toM D 2/M D 3 P honejack R J11 G R 1_B G R 1_C G R 2_A G R 2_B C C LI C C A C C B C C C G N D D C 24V G R O U N D X 1 :7 X 1 :8 X 1 :9 X 4 :4 X 4 :5 X 1 :10 X 1 :11 X 1 :12 X 4 :6 X 4 :7 X 4 :8 X 4 :9 X 4 :1 0 X 4 :1 1 L1 K M N M C B X 1 :13 X 1 :14 PTC C 24V +D X 1 :15 X 1 :16 X 4 :1 2 P E Fig.g. N/O contact will close (N/C open) under healthy situation. GR1 & GR2 contacts respond to parameter settings.

Functionality Functionality Starter Types M10x-M User's Guide M10x offers several kinds of motor starting control modes via the control of relay output. It supervises the operating state of the contactor according to the feedback of auxiliary contact. 18 1TNC911112D0204 . The following starting control modes are offered: Starter type NR-DOL REV-DOL NR-DOL/RCU REV-DOL/RCU Actuator NR-S/D NR-2N Autotransformer NR_softstater REV_softstater Feeder Table 13 Starter types supported by M10x-M M101-M M102-M NR_DOL: Non Reversing Direct Online REV_DOL: Reversing Direct Online NR_DOL/RCU: Non Reversing Direct Online with RCU REV_DOL/RCU: Reversing Direct Online with RCU Actuator: Actuator with limit switch input NR_S/D: Non Reversing Star-Delta NR_2N: Two speed driver for Non Reversing starter Autotransformer: Autotransformer starter NR_Softstarter: Non Reversing softstarter control REV_Softstarter: Reversing softstarter control Feeder: Feeder is regarded as a specific starter mode in M10x Starter type is selected with a dedicated parameter to match the wiring for contactor and motor control circuits.

the contactor control output will be energized and remains this condition until stop command has been received or any protection function activated. Name CCLI CCA LOC/R F_Ca Pin X4:6 X4:7 X1:3 X1:5 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Local/remote control switch input Contactor control A feedback Table 14-1 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface(for M101-M) Name CCLI CCA LOC/R F_Ca Pin X4:6 X4:7 X1:6 X1:7 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Local/remote control switch input Contactor control A feedback Table 14-2 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface(for M102-M) M101-M/M102-M Fig.M10x-M User's Guide NR-DOL STARTER Functionality NR_DOL starter is a basic starter type for driving motor to one direction. When start command has been received from field or local I/O. 7 Control circuit for NR-DOL starter (for M10x-M) 1TNC911112D0204 19 .

This allows controlling the motor even if the M10x-M is not on duty. 8 Control circuit for NR-DOL/RCU starter(for M101-M) 20 1TNC911112D0204 . Name CCLI CCA GR1_C F_Ca LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:3 X1:5 X1:3 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Programmable relay output Contactor control A feedback Local/remote control switch input M101-M Only Remark Table 15-1 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M101-M) Name CCLI CCA CCC F_Ca LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:9 X1:7 X1:6 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control C Contactor control A feedback Local/remote control switch input Remark Table 15-2 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M102-M) M101-M Fig.Functionality NR-DOL STARTER (RCU) M10x-M User's Guide RCU (Remote Control Unit) is a starter type where contactors are directly controlled by a special RCU-switch located near the motor.

When starting motor to either direction contactor will be energized and is stopped (not energized) by command (fieldbus or local I/O) or active protection function. 9 Control circuit for NR-DOL/RCU starter(for M102-M) REV-DOL STARTER REV-DOL uses contactor control output A for controlling the contactor which drives motor to direction CW and correspondingly contactor control output B is used for direction CCW. Name CCLI CCA CCB F_Ca F_Cb LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X1:5 X1:7 X1:3 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Local/remote control switch input Table 16-1 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M101-M) Name CCLI CCA CCB F_Ca F_Cb LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X1:7 X1:8 X1:6 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Local/remote control switch input Table 16-2 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M102-M) 1TNC911112D0204 21 .M10x-M User's Guide Functionality M102-M Fig.

Functionality M10x-M User's Guide M101-M/M102-M Fig. Name CCLI CCA CCB GR1_C F_Ca F_Cb LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X4:3 X1:5 X1:7 X1:3 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Programmable relay output Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Local/remote control switch input M101-M Only Remark Table 17-1 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M101-M) Name CCLI CCA CCB CCC F_Ca F_Cb LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X4:9 X1:7 X1:8 X1:6 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control C Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Local/remote control switch input Remark M102-M Only Table 17-2 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M102-M) 22 1TNC911112D0204 . 10 Control circuit for REV-DOL starter (for M10x-M) REV-DOL/RCU STARTER The functionality of this starter type is according to NR-DOL/RCU starter with support for reversing use of motor.

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Fig. 11 Control circuit for REV-DOL/RCU starter (for M101-M)

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Fig. 12 Control circuit for REV-DOL/RCU starter (for M102-M)

Actuator STARTER (M102-M Only) This starter type is for controlling valves and actuators by using limit switches Name CCLI CCA CCB LIMIT1 LIMIT2 PROG_IN0
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Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Limit position switch 1 input Limit position switch 2 input Programmable input 0 (configured as Torque switch input)
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F_Ca F_Cb LOC/R X1:7 X1:8 X1:6 Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Local/remote control switch input

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Fig. 13 Control circuit for Actuator starter

Limit switch causes the motor to be stopped when activated. Event message is sent to the fieldbus according to activated limit switch and additionally start command is allowed only to reverse direction. Torque switch is selectable by parameterization and can be connected to programmable input 0. NR-S/D STARTER (M102-M Only) Motor start current is reduced in star connection to 1/3 rd of the current in delta connection, with lower torque during the same time. Start to delta starting sequence is based on the presented control logic Figure. The changeover condition is time. The following guideline applied for selecting parameter values Changeover time < Motor startup time Name CCLI CCA CCB CCC F_Ca Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X4:9 X1:7 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control C Contactor control A feedback

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Table 19 NR_S/D starter contactor control interface

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Fig. 14 Control circuit for NR-S/D starter

NR-2N STARTER (M102-M Only) NR-2N/Dahlander uses three contactors control motor rotation speed where motor is equipped with a three phase winding. Rotation speed can be changed “on the fly” without stop command in between. Current measurement for NR-2N utilizes two external current transformers measuring current from motor main supply. External current transformers can be selected separately for both speeds. Name CCLI CCA CCB CCC F_Ca F_Cb F_Cc Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X4:9 X1:7 X1:8 X1:9 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control C Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Contactor control C feedback

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Special instruction listed below has to follow when 2 contactors control (separate winding) is applied. 15 Control circuit for NR_2N starter. Sending command ‘Speed2’ to close contactor CCB and CCC. Danlander M102-M CT1 for N1 CT2 for N2 Fig. Contactors are latched Sending stop command to open CCA or CCB + CCC. 16 Control circuit for NR_2N starter. . Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Dahlander) Sending command ‘Speed1’ to close contactor CCA. separate windings NR-2N starter is basically design for 3 contactors control with Dahlander winding connection. 26 1TNC911112D0204 .Functionality LOC/R X1:6 M10x-M User's Guide Local/remote control switch input Table 20 NR-2N starter contactor control interface M102-M CT for N1 CT for N2 Fig.

Autotransformer starter with three contactors supports motor starting with reduced voltage thus providing reduced motor startup current.M10x-M User's Guide Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Separate Windings) Functionality Sending command ‘Speed1’ to close contactor CCA. Stop -> Speed N1->Stop Stop -> Speed N2 -> Stop Stop -> Speed N1 -> Speed N2 ->Stop Stop -> Speed N2 -> Speed N1 -> Stop AUTOTRANSFORMER STARTER (M102-M Only) This starter type is used to control autotransformer unit in order to minimize the voltage drop during motor startup. CCC and F_CC are still required to be wired as shown in Fig15 & Fig16 to complete NR-2N control function internal of M10x. Sending command ‘Speed2’ to close contactor CCB and CCC Stop command opens CCA or CCB and CCC.e. The following guideline applied for selecting parameter values Changeover time < Motor startup time Name CCLI CCA CCB CCC F_Ca F_Cb F_Cc LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X4:9 X1:7 X1:8 X1:9 X1:6 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control C Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Contactor control C feedback Local/remote control switch input Table 21 Autotransformer starter contactor control interface 1TNC911112D0204 27 . The starting torque will be reduced accordingly.g. “KA” relay as shown in Figs is the dummy control relay only to replace the third contactor. Motor can be controlled with sequences. Instruction Note: Although CCC has no actual function in separate winding application.

M102-M gives start and stop commands to the softstarter unit. This starter type supports all protection functions during normal “Running” situation. 17 Control circuit for Autotransformer starter NR-SOFTSTARTER (M102-M Only) Softstarter applications are for controlling motor accessory softstarter device. The softstarter is set for adjusting motor voltage with it’s own parameters.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide M102-M Fig. For motor start and stop period some of the protection functions are disabled by these parameters. More information about softstarter can be found from softstarter’s manual. Name CCLI CCA F_Ca LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X1:7 X1:6 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control A feedback Local/remote control switch input Table 22 NR_Softstarter starter contactor control interface M102-M KA softstarter 28 1TNC911112D0204 .

19 Control circuit for REV-Softstarter Feeder ‘Feeder’ mode is regarded in M10x as a specific starter type to provide measurement and control functionality. Name 1TNC911112D0204 Pin Description 29 . The protection of feeder is not covered in M10x and is normally done by main circuit breaker.M10x-M User's Guide Fig. Name CCLI CCA CCB CCC F_Ca F_Cb LOC/R Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X4:9 X1:7 X1:8 X1:6 Description Contactor control voltage input Contactor control A Contactor control B Contactor control C Contactor control A feedback Contactor control B feedback Local/remote control switch input Table 23 REV-softstarter starter contactor control interface M102-M softstarter Fig. 18 Control circuit for NR-softstarter Functionality REV-Softstarter (M102-M Only) This starter is of similar functionality as NR-softstarter starter with additional function on supporting reversing motor. The ‘feeder’ mode in M10x is designed to provide a complete intelligent solution in MCC plant where the feeder circuits are usually small but important parts from the whole MCC plant management point of view.

feedback * Circuit breaker trip aux. feedback * Table 24-2 Feeder control interface(for M102-M M101/102-M Fig. feedback * Table 24-1 Feeder control interface(for M101-M) Name CCLI CCA CCB F_Ca MCCB Trip Input Pin X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X1:7 X1:11 Description Contactor control voltage input Control YC /motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding) Control YO/motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding) Circuit breaker position aux.Functionality CCLI CCA CCB F_Ca MCCB Trip Input X4:6 X4:7 X4:8 X1:5 X1:11 Contactor control voltage input M10x-M User's Guide Control YC /motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding) Control YO/motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding) Circuit breaker position aux. feedback * Circuit breaker trip aux. 30 1TNC911112D0204 . 20 Control circuit for Feeder Feeder application in M10x is confined to certain features. End user needs to be informed on these confines when feeder application is required through M10x.

it is wired to the digital input which is defined as ‘ MCCB Trip Input’. CB status auxiliary is wired through Contactor Feedback A (C_Fa) input. ‘Open’ command activates contactor output relay CCB for 2 seconds. the state of contactors and the state of main switch.‘cause of trip’ message shown on MDx Com. CB ‘General Trip’ contact is wired through ‘MCCB Trip Input’. 1TNC911112D0204 31 . terminal X1. PTC sensor. energy and other parameters related to Power factor are NOT correct and should not be refer to! Protection Function The module provides full protection for motor by supervising three phases voltage. Power. ‘MCCB Trip Input’ is predefined to Programmable Input 1. 21a MD2 Faceplate for Feeder Application Wirings:Wiring of feeder application in M10x is through predefined inputs. Protection:No protection function is designed for feeders application! Measuring:Current. ‘Reset’ command clear fault annunciation after fault is cleared. earth fault current. i. Supervisory Features:CB status CB trip. In M10x-P.e.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality Fig.11. Voltage are measured by M10x. Control Features:‘Close’ command activates contactor output relay CCA for 2 seconds. three phases current.‘ cause of alarm: serial com’ or ‘ cause of trip: serial com’ displayed on MDx in the case of communication failure. In M10x-M.

Fig.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide Responding of protection functions is based on the parameters given by user. Calculation is accomplished in a different motor operation conditions. The result of the calculation is stored in a thermal register and can be reported via operator panel or fieldbus interface. Protection characteristics can be adjusted in the same way. Varies on different applications. principle presented below. protection functions can be activated or deactivated by the upper level system or through parametering tool. Protection type Thermal overload protection Stall protection Phase failure protection Unbalance protection Underload protection Noload protection Earth fault protection PTC protection Undervoltage protection Start limitation protection Table 24 Protection Functions in M10x-M M101-M M102-M Thermal overload protection Thermal overload protection (TOL) protects the motor against overheating. The motor thermal condition is simulated by a calculation. The operation of separate functions is independent thus protection functions can be active at the same time but the one which indicates the situation first initiate a trip/alarm. thermal increase and decrease are simulated by TOL protection function for running and stopped motor. This permits maximum utilization of an installation and assures safe protection of the 32 1TNC911112D0204 . 21 Principle Fig. of motor thermal simulation M10x-M simulates thermal conditions in the motor for all operating modes ( Running or Stopped) .

Maximum level is reached when motor as been running with a current 6xIn at the time t6 starting from the cold state in ambient temp. balanced motor current In some applications it is beneficial to be able to bypass the TOL protection momentarily because of the process reasons. it gives thorough consideration on the effect of motor overheating due to three phase unbalance during the simulation calculation of motor thermal overload. The protection of explosion proof three-phase motors with type of protection ‘increased safety’ EEx e is done with two special parameters. TOL-bypass is a special command given through the fieldbus. The standard model makes use of parameters Trip class. 40 C. t6 in thermal overload calculation. There are two thermal models supported by M102-M: Standard or EEx e. Thermal overload protection simulation accounts for the temperature rise of both the stator winding and the iron mass of the motor. in which the character is adjusted by changing t6( trip time for current ILmax=6 In from the cold state). The lifetime of the motor will be shortened but it will be more costly to stop the process. the Ia/In ratio ( stall/nominal current ratio ) and Te time. The following diagram offers the characteristic curve of overload protection. but M101-M only supports Standard thermal model.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality motor. 22 Trip curve from cold condition The Maximum thermal capacity level is 100%. Fig. 1TNC911112D0204 33 . 40 C Trip class 10A 10 20 30 T6 3-7 7-12 10-25 15-38 Table 25 IEC 60947-4-1 trip class when ambient temp.

ILmax > 1. thus it cannot be enabled if TOL EEx e model is in use.14 x TFLC (Thermal full load current multiplier reduced by motor ambient temperature). but time to trip is not updated if the thermal capacity level ( ) is not going to rise above 200% (ITOL < 2). i. the Overload alarm is active to indicate overload. If motor is in overload condition. When bypass function is activated.0 5.0 0. If motor is stopped before trip and the thermal capacity decreases below TOL alarm level the bypass functionality is disabled. Setting range Default value Step value TOL Alarm Level 1-10 4 1 1-250s 5s 1s 1.2-8. Bypass command is ignored when running under alarm level. the thermal image is allowed to rise to 200% level before a trip will occur.e.1 3-40s 6s 1 0=Standard model 0 1 1=EEX e 0=Disabled 1=Enabled Enabled 1 34 1TNC911112D0204 . When thermal level is above parameterised alarm level there is a possibility to send a bypass command to M10x-M. TOL-bypass function is available only inTOL standard model.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide There is a dedicated parameter to enable the execution of this command. Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Thermal model Setting range Default value Step value T6 Setting range Default value Step value Ia/In Setting range Default value Step value Te Setting range Default value Step value Cool coe.

Stall Protection 0=Disable 1=Enable Disable 10-60% 50% 1% 60-100% 100% 1% 60-100% 90% 1% Functionality 1=.Auto 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 Table 26 TOL protection parameters Stall protection is used to protect the driven mechanical system from jams and excessive overload.M10x-M User's Guide Setting range Default value Step value TOL Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value TOL Reset Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value TOL bypass Setting range Default value Ambient Temperature Setting range Default value Step value 0-80 C 40 C 5 C When Standard thermal model is selected When thermal models is selected EExe thermal model is NOT supported in M101-M. Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value 0=Disable 1=Enable 1 1 1TNC911112D0204 35 . Stall protection function uses Imax as the criterion. There are other parameters to be determined as followed.

a “Stall trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. The highest measured phase current (ILmax) is compared against the Trip level.0-25.1s 120-800% 400% 10% M10x-M User's Guide 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 Table 27 Stall protection parameters ILmax Startup current Trip Level Trip Delay IN Startup Function activated Trip t Fig.0s 0.5s 0. 23 Stall protection Stall function activates after motor nominal startup time elapsed. Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value 36 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1TNC911112D0204 . Phase failure protection M10x-M protects the motor against phase current loss condition. When ILmax remains over the trip level at a time longer than Trip delay. Number of phases and Softstart ramp time.Functionality Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 0. Function is suppressed by parameters Motor startup time. Phase failure protection function uses ILmin/ILmax (the ratio of lowest ILmin and highest measured phase value ILmax ) as the criterion.

trip reset 5. 5. When ILmin/ILmax decreases below the Alarm level. 6. Unbalance protection 1TNC911112D0204 37 . start trip delay Fig. 2. trip 6. When ILmin/ILmax remains below the Trip level at a time longer the Trip delay. 24 Phase failure protection ILmin/ILmax is compared against the phase failure Alarm level. 4. alarm 2. ILmin/ILmax is compared against the phase failure Trip level. a “Phase failure alarm” alarm is issued. clear trip delay 4. start trip delay 3. 1.M10x-M User's Guide Step value Alarm Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 0-60s 10s 1s 5-90% 70% 1% 10-90% 80% 1% 1 Functionality Table 28 Phase failure parameters (ILMIN / I LMAX ) Alarm level Trip level Trip delay t 1. a “Phase failure trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. 3.

clear trip delay 4. Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Alarm Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 0-60s 10s 1s 50-90% 85% 1% 50-90% 90% 1% 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1 Table 29 Unbalance protection parameters (ILMIN / I ) LMAX Alarm level Trip level Trip delay t 1.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide M10x-M protects the motor against unbalance condition. start trip delay 3. Number of phases and softstart ramp time. Function is suppressed by parameters Motor startup time. 1. start trip delay Fig. alarm 2. 6. 2. Unbalance protection function also uses ILmin/ILmax as the criterion. 25 Unbalance protection 38 1TNC911112D0204 . 5. 3. 4. trip 6. trip reset 5.

ILmin/ILmax is compared against the unbalance Trip level. Underload protection M10x-M protects the motor against underload condition. a “Unbalance alarm” alarm is issued.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality ILmin/ILmax is compared against the unbalance Alarm level. There are other parameters to be determined. Underload protection function uses ILmax/In ( the ratio of highest measured phase value ILmax and the rated current of the motor In ) as the criterion. an “Unbalance Trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. The protection characteristic is as follows: Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Alarm Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 0-1800s 10s 1s 5-90% 20% 1% 20-90% 30% 1% 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1 Table 30 Underload protection parameters 1TNC911112D0204 39 . trip level and trip delay. When ILmin/ILmax remain below the Trip level at a time longer the Trip delay. When ILmin/ILmax decreases below the Alarm level. such as alarm level.

3. 2 . Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Alarm Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value 0-1800s 5s 5-50% 15% 1% 5-50% 20% 1% 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1 40 1TNC911112D0204 . The ILmax/In is compared against the Underload trip level. Practically noload protection is the same function as underload protection. When ILmax/In remains below the Trip level at a time longer than underload Trip delay. The function also uses ILmax/In as the criterion. w arning start trip delay clear trip delay start trip delay 1 . 26 Underload protection The ILmax/In is compared against the Underload Alarm level. trip reset 4 .Functionality (ILmax / I n ) Alarm level M10x-M User's Guide Trip level Trip delay t 1. 5. 4. Noload protection M10x-M protects the motor against noload condition. 2. trip 6. When ILmax/In decreases below the Alarm level an “Underload alarm” alarm is issued. 5 . a “ Underload trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. Fig. 6 . 3 .

a “Noload trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. 5 . Fig. 3 . 5 . Earth fault protection uses parameters as in the following table. 2 . 3. trip 6 . When ILmax/In decreases below the Alarm level an “Noload alarm” alarm is issued. 27 Noload protection The ILmax/In is compared against the Noload Alarm level. 2.M10x-M User's Guide Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 1s Functionality Table 31 Noload protection parameters (ILm ax / I n ) A la rm lev el T rip lev el Trip d elay t 1. The function is suppressed by parameters Motor startup time and Softstart ramp time. Earth fault protection M10x-M protects the motor against the earth fault condition with an additional residual current transformer. 6 . 4. trip re s e t 4 . When ILmax/In remains below the Trip level at a time longer than Noload Trip delay. w a rn in g s ta rt trip de la y c le a r trip d e la y s ta rt trip de la y 1 . Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1 Earth fault protection is activated during motor startup time Setting range Default value Step value 1TNC911112D0204 Setting range Default value Step value 41 . The ILmax/In is compared against the Noload trip level.

0s 10. an “Earth fault alarm” alarm is issued.1s 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 Table 32 Earth fault protection parameters (I0) Earth Fault Current Trip Alarm Trip Delay Trip Level Trip Delay Alarm Level Earth Fault Current Alarm t Fig. I0 is compared against the earth fault current Trip level.Functionality Alarm Level Setting range M10x-M User's Guide 100-3000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 1A) 500-15000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 5A) Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range 500mA 100mA 100-3000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 1A) 500-15000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 5A) Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 800mA 100mA 0. When I0 remains above the earth fault current Trip level at a time longer than Trip delay.2-60.0s 0. an “Earth fault trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. 28 Earth fault protection I0 is compared against the earth fault current fault Alarm level. When I 0 exceeds above the Alarm level. PTC protection (M102-M Only) 42 1TNC911112D0204 .

Thus the circuit is independent of the cable-length limitations and the voltage drop in the cable. For M102.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality PTC protection protects the motor against too high temperature by using PTC-sensor embedded in the stator winding or the bearings. The measuring principle is the current measurement according the transmitters are supposed to be of the 3-wire type. you can use a type A temperature sensor with a characteristic curve according to IEC 60947-8. Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Alarm Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Reset Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 1=Auto 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 100-10000 1600 1-1800s 1s 1s 1000-10000 3600 1000-10000 1600 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1 Table 33 PTC protection parameters 1TNC911112D0204 43 .

When resistance of PTC input is above the Trip level “PTC trip” alarm is issued and the contactor tripped. When resistance of PTC input exceeds above the Alarm level. Undervoltage protection (M102-M Only) M102-M protects the motor against undervoltage condition as “voltage dip”. When resistance of PTC input decreases below the reset level. When ULmin recovers above undervoltage Restore level before Trip delay 44 1TNC911112D0204 . When Ulmin decreases below the undervoltage alarm level. the PTC protection function executes the function parametrised by “PTC Reset Mode”. The undervoltage protection function uses ULmin as the criterion. reset voltage level. an “Undervoltage alarm” alarm is issued. PTC short circuit protection is not supported in M10x.Functionality PTC trip Trip delay Trip Level Alarm Level Reset Level Trip reset M10x-M User's Guide ( ) t PTC Temperature alarm Alarm clear Fig. 30 Undervoltage protection The lowest measured main voltage (Ulmin) is compared against the undervoltage alarm level. such as alarm level. a “PTC alarm” message is issued. There are other parameters to be determined. The resistance of the PTC input is compared against the Trip level. The lowest measured main voltage (Ulmin) is compared against the undervoltage Trip level and voltage restore level. The protection characteristic is as follows: 3 Fig. trip level and trip delay. 29 PTC protection The resistance of PTC input is compared against the Alarm level. After PTC trip is executed the resistance of PTC input is compared against the PTC reset level.

M10x-M User's Guide Functionality expires and motor continues running. “Undervoltage trip delay” setting is then ignored. “ Undervoltage trip “ is issued and contactor will be opened. When “Autorestart” function is active. However.2-5.0s 0. The time interval starts from the first start. If ULmin remains below the restore level at a time longer than Trip delay. Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Alarm Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Delay Setting range Default value Step value Reset Level Setting range Default value Step value Trip Reset Mode Setting range Default value Step value 1=Auto 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local 4 1 50-100% 90% 1% 0. “Autoreclose” time acts as the trip delay.1s 50-100% 65% 1% 50-100% 80% 1% 0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only Disabled 1 Table 34 Undervoltage protection parameters Start limitation Start limitation helps to protect the motor and also the process against excess number of starts in a given interval. 1TNC911112D0204 45 . After the elapse of the time interval the counter is reset to the pre-set value.0s 1. a new start is prevented. the minimum waiting time between two starts shall be complied. When the number of starts is reached and the motor is switched off. The permissible motor starts per hour can be obtained from the manufacturers motor and apparatus data sheet.

Functionality M10x-M User's Guide The parameterization of the protection function can be the number of starts per time interval or the time between two consecutive starts. On some other cases process may put requirements for the motor start number thus this protection can be employed. “Start 2”. Functionality is presented in the following example. the motor is protected by TOL function and a start is possible only if the thermal capacity is below the startup inhibit level. Independent of this function. In the first case the user must wait after the trip for the reset to take place before making a start. presents the start limitation protection with 3 starts allowed. Supervision continues with a new timer from “Start 4” Fig. after stop command motor can be started normally. 4) Trip can be automatically reset when the first timer from “Start 1” is finished. 1) Normal situation. 3) The 3rd start has been executed. If motor data specifies the number of starts during a certain time span the advantage of this protection function can be taken of supervising the number of starts. A contactor trip and trip message "Start Limitation Trip" alarm will follow when motor is stopped while there are two active timers. The next Fig. Every start activates an internal timer for the time defined by time interval parameter. The number of active timers are reviewed after every stop command and compared to value of number of starts parameter. 31 Start limitation protection Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Time interval 46 1TNC911112D0204 0=Disable 1=Enable Disabled 1 .. 2) Two timers are still active. Stop command can thus exist during active or elapsed timer. thus stop command generates alarm message "Start limitation alarm" and one more start is allowed. Motor start is possible when all pending trips are reset. “Start 3”. here starting from “Start 1”.

M10x-M User's Guide Setting range Default value Step value Number of starts Setting range Default value Step value 2-100 2 1 1-600min 1min 1 Functionality Table 35 Start limitation parameters 1TNC911112D0204 47 .

Two alternative models of auto restart function are provided in M102-M: Standard and enhanced.Functionality Function and Supervision Autorestart (M102-M Only) M10x-M User's Guide The phase voltage (Ua) is supervised continuously. the reaction of the auto restart function depends on the length of the voltage dip. power down time Setting range Default value Step value Staggered start delay Setting range Default value Step value 0-1200s 5s 1s 0-1200s 5s 1s 100-5000ms 200ms 100ms 0=standard 1=enhanced 0 1 0=Disabled 1=Enabled Disabled 1 Table 36 Autorestart function parameters Auto restart function (standard) In standard mode.The following cases show the different reactions of M102-M in different voltage dip situations. Case 1: Voltage dip< autoreclose time 48 1TNC911112D0204 . It is possible to automatically restart the motor after momentary power loss. autoreclose time Setting range Default value Step value Max. M101-M does not support autorestart function Function Enable/Disable Setting range Default value Step value Function mode Setting range Default value Step value Max.

33 Autorestart (autoreclose time<voltage dip< Max.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality Fig. 1TNC911112D0204 49 . Case 2: autoreclose time<voltage dip< Max. 32 Autorestart (Voltage dip< autoreclose time) If voltage is restored within autoreclose time. power down time Fig. motor restarts immediately. motor will be restarted after the staggered start delay time. power down time) If power is restored after autoreclose time but before max power down time.

Functionality Case 3: Voltage dip> Max. power down time M10x-M User's Guide Fig. In the enhanced mode. power down time Identical to Case2 of standard mode Case3: Voltage dip> Max. Case1: Voltage dip< autoreclose time Identical to Case1 of standard mode Case2: autoreclose time<voltage dip< Max. Auto restart function (enhanced) If the voltage dip is taken more serious. no automatic restart will be initiated. the reaction of the auto restart function not only depends on the length of the voltage dip. 34 Restart (Voltage dip> Max. but also the number of voltage dips within short period of time. power down time Identical to Case3 of standard mode Case4: 2xdip<200ms within 1s 50 1TNC911112D0204 . power down time) If supply voltage remains below restore level long enough and exceeds max power down time. The following cases show the different reactions of M102-M in different voltage dip situations. the enhanced autorestart function can be applied.

When start number alarm level is exceeded. When operating running hours limit will be crossed M10x-M issues an “running time” alarm. 1TNC911112D0204 51 . Failsafe Functionality M10x-M failsafe function supervises the network interface and connection to the remote devices controlling the motor/starter equipment by M10x-M. M10x-M issues an alarm. i. the control access will recover to the original setting. For each operation cycle M10x-M updates the number of operating cycle in memory map. Motor Running Time M10x-M counts motors running hours. failsafe mode will be switched on automatically and corresponding operations will be followed as per parameters settings.e. When the communication restore. 35 Restart (2xdip<200ms within 1s) If the interval between two voltage dips (which length less than 200ms ) is less than 1 second. When M10x detects loss of communications. Remote device have to refresh the certain M10x-M network input variable to indicate that the control is operating normally and the network interface is in good condition. Automatic delay restart is triggered after second voltage restore. control access to motor will be switched to/remain in local control (hardwire control) and MD control while ignoring previous control access settings. Number of Starts M10x-M counts number of start.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality Fig. No operation Start motor direction 1 Start motor direction 2 Stop motor Besides.

Modbus or PROFIBUS.e. Whenever receiving time synchronization message. Local Hardwiring:. 52 1TNC911112D0204 . which is based on the synchronized absolute system time. i. M10x-M synchronizes its internal clock with new absolute time received in the message. Parameter Setting: Select the access group from parameter setting window (Fig 36a). MDx Control:. This is the most direct means where control access is defined by parameterization software.M10x accepts its commands from the hardwired inputs Remote Fieldbus:-M10x accepts its commands from PLC or higher control system viia fieldbus. Control Access There are three control access groups defined in M10x. M10x-P Control Authority Control Authority M10x Control Authority is the term describing the privileges on allowing motor control operation through M10x.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide Time Synchronization The last alarm. It is also a setting parameter in M10x to define which control access group has privilege to operate the motor via M10x.M10x accepts its commands from operator panel MDx which locates on the front panel of each starter unit on switchgear. trip and operation message generated by the M10x-M are with time-tag. Assign Control Authority There are several means in M10x to assign control authority and decide which control access group has the privilege to control. M10x-M supports message-based time synchronization.

Fig.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality Fig. Local/Remote option has to be enabled as shown in Fig36b in this application. 36a Parameter Setting of Control Authority Multi control access group is supported! Local/Remote Selector Switch: M10x supports hardwired local remote selector switch function which allows selecting control access groups via hardwired inputs. Please refer to Fig 5 & 6 for detail wiring. 36b Enable “Local/Remote” function 1TNC911112D0204 53 . Local/Remote Selector Switch wiring is via predefined digital inputs.

54 1TNC911112D0204 . 36c “Local/Remote” Selector Switch There are also two ways of defining MDx control access when Local/Remote selector switch function is enabled. Fig. Parameter Setting (Fig 36b) Hardwired Input. i.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide Local/Remote Selector Switch will then define if control access goes to “Local “(Local Hardwired ) or “Remote” (Remote Fieldbus). One of the programmable inputs has to be defined as ‘MD Control” to enable the function. the control access group options under ‘Control Authority” tab (Fig36b) are limited to “MD” only. This function does not include the selection of operator panel MDx control which is independent of either “Local” or “Remote” and has to be further defined in this case. Control Authority Local Hardwiring Disabled Enabled Remote Fieldbus Enabled Disabled MDx Enabled in Local Disabled Enabled MDx Enabled in Remote Enabled Disabled Loc/R Selector Switch Input False (open input) True (close input) Fig. the MD control access option under “Control Authority” tab will be gray out. Same as in selecting MDx control. Use external selector switch to select MDx control. 36d “MD Control” Selector Switch When “Loc/R” is enabled (via predefined input. through “parameter setting” in parameterization software or through hardwired input. When “ MDx control” is enabled in one of the DIs.e. refer to Fig5&6).

This input works in level check mode. Programmable inputs can be used to: Start1 To use start1 function. local control authority must be enabled. motor will keep running. local control authority must be enabled. Hardwired Selection has privilege over Parameter Setting Selection in terms of assigning control authority. These three inputs can be assigned any of the functions listed below. a stop (no reset required) or an alarm.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality In another word. There is no direct main switch input in M101-M. Motor can be running CW/N1 via Start1. If the parameter of Operation Delay is set to 0. The parameter of Operation Delay sets the amount of time that the Process interlock1 switch can remain inactive on the occurrence of a motor start. that the process interlock1 switch must be active while motor is started. Motor can be running CCW/N2 via Start2. 1TNC911112D0204 55 . The parameter of Operation determines whether process interlock1 feature is a trip (reset required in order to restart the motor). local control authority must be enabled. If there is valid active process interlock1 input detected in the defined operation delay. If the switch remains inactive for longer than this time. Start 2 To use start2 function. Stop To use stop function. This function is used together with Operation Delay and Operation parameters. which means motor start will not be allowed if the input is inactive. It can be configured through one of the programmable inputs if required. The start1 input is used to start motor via hardwire. The stop input is used to stop motor via hardwire. And after the operation delay time. a trip/stop will occur. This input works in edge triggering mode. This input works in edge triggering mode. Programmable Inputs There are three separate programmable inputs in M10x-M. Process interlock1 The process interlock1 input is used to provide time dependent trip/alarm/stop features based on a switch input. Main Switch Status (M102-M Only Only) Main switch input (MCB) indicates the status of main switch. the inactive status of process interlock1 input will not affect the running of motor. This input works in edge triggering mode. The start2 input is used to start motor via hardwire.

This function is used together with OPERATION DELAY and OPERATION parameters. Process interlock2 Process interlock2 function is used to provide time dependent trip/alarm/stop features based on a switch input. If the parameter of OPERATION DELAY is set to 0. The parameter of OPERATION DELAY sets the amount of time that the process interlock2 switch can be remain active when motor is in running. a trip or stop will be performed according to the predefined operation. a stop (no reset required) or an alarm.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide Case 1: when t1>t2. that the process interlock2 switch must be inactive while motor is started. which means motor start will not be allowed if the input is active. OPERATION: this parameter determines whether process interlock feature is a trip (reset required in order to restart the motor). . 56 1TNC911112D0204 . If the switch remains active for longer than this time. Case 2: when t1<t2. a trip/stop will occur. This input works in level check mode. motor can run normally.

1TNC911112D0204 57 . When the digital input is detected falling edge triggering. This input works in level check mode. When the input is active. When the digital input is detected rising edge triggering. PLC Contact2 To use PLC contact2 function. This input works in edge triggering mode. If the current is detected nonzero. M10x accepts the commands from PLC to control motor when programmable DI is configured as ‘PLC Contact1’. the motor runs CW/N1. local hardwiring control authority must be enabled. Case 2: when t1<t2. M10x monitors the I/O status and phase current will be zero. the motor will be stopped and can’t be restarted until the input is inactive. PLC Contact1 To use PLC contact1 function. This input works in level check mode that is different from “Stop” function. Test Switch This input is used to indicate whether the main switch is in the test-position. all protection functions defined enabled in parameter setting would be enabled automatically. local hardwiring control authority must be enabled. a trip or stop will be performed according to the predefined operation. ESD Input (Emergency stop) The emergency stop input is used for the emergency stop device. the motor stops. Contactor operations by M10x are allowed but all protection functions based on the current and voltage measurement are disabled and the test of control circuit is allowed. It’s for protecting motor in the case of test switch input is out of work. While in test position. motor can run normally.M10x-M User's Guide Functionality Case 1: when t1>t2.

This input works in level check mode. This input works in level check mode. the control authority of MD will not be changed via parameterization but relying on the input status of the DI. If the input status is active. Interlock0: The relay will energize while the programmable input 0 switch is closed Interlock1: The relay will energize while the programmable input 1 switch is closed Interlock2: The relay will energize while the programmable input 2 switch is closed 58 1TNC911112D0204 . When the digital input is detected falling edge triggering. When one of DIs is assigned for ‘MD Control’. These outputs can be assigned any of the functions listed below. MD Control It will decide whether the control command from MD is active or not. This input works in edge triggering mode. This input works in edge triggering mode. Programmable Outputs M101-M has one and M102-M has tow programmable relays output. This input works in level check mode. the motor stops. When the input is different from normal state. NOP No special operation for the NOP function. De-energize on Motor Stop Delay: Provides a delayed de-energization of relay when motor is stopped. Energize on Motor Start Delay : Provides a delayed energization of relay when motor is started. motor can be controlled via MD. Torque Switch Input The input is used to check the status of torque switch used for Actuator Starter. Whereas the control command from MD is inactive. When the digital input is detected rising edge triggering. Trip Reset The trip reset input is used to reset trip after trip occur.Functionality M10x-M User's Guide M10x accepts the commands from PLC to control motor when programmable DI is configured as ‘PLC Contact2’. This input can be used as status transfer of digital input. M10x-M will release all contactor control relays to stop the motor. the motor runs CCW/N2. only for the check of digital input status. Fieldbus Control: The relay can be energized or de-energized via the serial port.

Communication Failure: The relay is energized when no communication failure occurs. Resetting M10x-M will energize the relay. The relay output serves the same function of ‘ de-energized the contactor coil’ as ‘CCC’ output in M102. Metering The M10x-M meters and displays: RMS current RMS voltage (M102-M Only) Ground fault current Frequency (M102-M Only) Power factor (M102-M Only) Power (M102-M Only) Energy (M102-M Only) 1TNC911112D0204 59 . the relay will be de-energized. Ground Fault Trip: The relay is energized when no ground fault trip occurs. In case of fault the watchdog activates and the relay is energized.The relay will be deenergized when the control authority is Local and Remote or Local only. When the failure occurs. Programmable output can be used as signaling output relay for indicating the status of the unit’s internal watchdog. TOL: The relay is energized when no thermal overload trip occurs. Watchdog Output: M10x-M has an internal hardware watchdog supervising the behavior of the microprocessor software. When a trip occurs. Local Remote Output: The relay is energized when the control authority is Remote only . Resetting M10x-M will energize the relay. Resetting M10x-M will energize the relay. When ground fault trip occurs. the relay will be de-energized. the relay will be de-energized. When thermal overload trip occurs.M10x-M User's Guide Trips: Functionality The relay is energized when there is no trip. RCU Mode (M101-M Only): This definition is assigned to the programmable out when ‘NR DOL/RCU ‘ or ‘REV DOL/RCU' is selected as motor starter mode. the relay will be deenergized.

RS485 Interface Cable All devices are connected in bus structure. please refer to separate document “ 1TNC 911505 M0204 Modbus Protocol Implementation for M10x-M”. Function Description The following functions are supported by the M10x-M: FUNCTION CODE 02H .Read Settings and Actual Values FUNCTION CODE 04H . the cable is terminated with resistor.Functionality Communication Interface Overview M10x-M User's Guide The physical fieldbus interface inM10x-M is RS485. Other commands are supported to provide additional functions. There are two identical RS485 interfaces built in M10x-M to support full redundancy network design. Both monitoring and control are possible using read and write register commands.Read Settings and Actual Values FUNCTION CODE 05H . They could not be programmed as Modbus masters. The M10x-M is always a Modbus slave. In one segment up to 32 modules can be connected. The M10x-M implements a subset of the Modicon Modbus RTU serial communication standard. Modbus is a single master/multiple slave type of protocol suitable for a multi drop configuration as provided by RS485 hardware. Commonly computers or PLCs are acted as masters. The maximum length depends on cable type and baud-rate.Store Multiple Settings For more information on Modbus implementation in M10x-M.Execute Operation FUNCTION CODE 06H . At the beginning and the end of one segment. 60 1TNC911112D0204 .Store Single Setting FUNCTION CODE 08H – Loop Back Test FUNCTION CODE 10H .Read Settings and Actual Values FUNCTION CODE 03H .

refer to the MODBUS Protocol Implementation for M10x-M document. possible ranges and default values in separate document “1TNC 911105 M0203 M10x-M Parameter Description ’’. 1TNC911112D0204 61 . which is for parameterization via a laptop. M10x-M Parameters M10x-M Parameters are listed together with explanations.M10x-M User's Guide Parameterization Overview Communication Interface Parameterization means entering values to M10x-M parameters. M10x-M parameters can be uploaded by and downloaded via the parameterization device. the parameters of communication should be set correctly only via the parameterization interface on operator panel. The user can parameterize M10xM by using Function code 06H/10H. Parameterization via MD2/MD3 There is a USB-Pin physical interface on MD2 or MD3. For detail information. Parameterization via MODBUS M10x-M parameters are listed in the MODBUS memory map. Before integrated in a system.

There are also more message available on a LCD display unit (MD2 only). 37 MD3 62 1TNC911112D0204 .Accessories Accessories MD2/MD3 Operator Panel Overview M10x-M User's Guide You can use the MD2/MD3 operator panel to control a motor from the control-cubicle door or from a drawer. You can use additional pushbutton functions and LED displays as alternatives. It is supplied with power from the basic unit also via RJ11 interface. The operator panel can be connected to the M10x-M basic unit via a RS485 communication port ( which physical interface is RJ11 ) . The faceplate of operator panel are shown below Fig. 36 MD2 Fig.

1TNC911112D0204 63 .77A This message displays the actual RMS current in each phase in amps Format: 1.00 at CT primary 1A 10.M10x-M User's Guide Accessories LED indicator LED Indicator READY State On Blinking On On On FAULT Table 37 LED indicator Description Unit is ready for operation Unit is yet not initialized Motor is running CW/N1 Motor is running CCW/N2 Fault trip Alarm START1 START2 Blinking Buttons Button Function Window Scoll To Start motor CW/N1 To start motor CCW/N2 Stop/Reset Table 38 MD2/3 Buttons Actual value display Ia Ib Ic 1.0 at CT primary 50A 100 at CT primary>50A Ia/In Ib/In 25% 25% This message displays the curret as a percentage of motor nominal current.78A 1.79A 1.

IN2 Start limitation Stalled rotor Unbalance Noload PTC Feedback Prog. Frequency 49. active power and power factor. This message displays the cause of the current trip. IN0 Prog.98Hz This message displays the frequency of power supply. The max thermal capacity is 100%. This message displays the thermal memory of the motor. The cause of trip message will override the currently selected default message. Note: M101-M can’t measure frequency This message displays L-N voltage. The possible causes of trip are: TOL Phase failure Underload Earth fault Undervoltage Prog. IN1 Serial COM Therm Capacity : 53% Cause of Trip: Overload 64 1TNC911112D0204 . Note: M101-M can’t measure S. Note: M101-M can’t measurer voltage S P COSØ 145KVA 141KW 0.97 This messge displays apparent power. A thermal capacity value equal to Trip level will cause overload trip.P.Accessories Ground current 0mA M10x-M User's Guide This message displays ground fault current. Note: M101-M can’t measurer voltage Ua Ub 219V 220V Uab Ubc 379V 380V This message displays L-L voltage.COSø Energy used 12345 kWhr This message displays the total accumulated energy used since last cleared.

M102-M MD 3 v2. IN1 Prog. Firmware version of the M10x-M and MD2 after pressing the select key for 5 seconds. 1TNC911112D0204 65 .0 This message displays network ID. and the functions of buttons are invalid.M10x-M User's Guide Accessories Cause of Alarm: Overload Any alarm conditions that are currently active will be display. The message on LCD shows the parameterization state.0 v2. Parameter setting M10x-M parameters can be upload and downloaded from the parameterization device via the interface. the communication between the M10x-M and operator panel is terminated. The cause of alarm message will override the currently selected default message. Connection Operator panel is connected to the X2 terminal on M10x-M via RJ11 interface. After communication plug is inserted. IN0 PTC (only inM102-M) Thermal capacity Unbalance Noload Welded Fail to stop Serial COM Start number Prog. The possible causes of alarm are: Overload Phase failure Underload Earth fault Feedback Fail to start Start limitation Running time Prog. The connection shown below includes power supply and communication. (Only MD2 v2. IN2 Addr.0 or above supported this function) Parameterization port The parameterization port is a USB-pin interface.

“No Message” will be shown in LCD the window. 38 Connection between M10x-M and MD2/3 If MD2 can’t get information from M10x-P.Accessories M10x-M User's Guide Fig. 39 Parameterization interface 66 1TNC911112D0204 . Fig. No message Parameterization Software: MCUsetup MCUsetup software is used to set parameter. It exchanges data with M10x-M via RS485.

M10x-M User's Guide Accessories Fig. 40 MCUSetup interface The parameterization software available with following function: Edit parameters Export parameter to a file Import parameter from a file Update M10x-M’s parameters Download M10x-M’s parameters Read M10x-M’s parameters 1TNC911112D0204 67 .

For more information on how to do the parameter setting through MCUSetup software. please refer to separate document “1TNC911104M0202 MCUSetup (Software Tool) User Guide“ 68 1TNC911112D0204 .Accessories User management M10x-M User's Guide The parameterization software can run on all of the following PC operation system: Windows 2000. Windows XP and Win 7.

5-1A 1-2.5A 50/60Hz 2.5W 8W 600mA Digital input Number of digital input Close contact current (peak) Open contactor current (peak) 6(M101-M) / 13(M102-M) 2.or 250V .or 4 kV DC Power supply Rated operational voltage (Ue) Voltage operation range 24VDC 85%-110% Ue DC Power consumption Typical Maxium Maximum starting current 4.5…5mA 0…0.M10x-M User's Guide Appendix A Technical Data Technical data Main circuit Rated operation voltage (Ue) Rated insulation voltage (Ui) Rated impulse withstand voltage (Uimp) Degree of pollution Rated operation current (Ie) Rated frequency Appendix A Technical Data 230/400V or 400/690V 690V 6kV 3 0.5-30A 30-63A Control circuit Rated operational voltage (Ue) Rated insulation voltage (Ui) Rate impulse withstand voltage (Uimp) Rated operational current (Ie) Contactor Control relay output Programmable relay output Rated frequency 2A (DC-13) 2A (AC-15) 2A (DC-13) 2A (AC-15) 50/60 Hz 24V DC or 230 VAC .5-5A 5-12.5A 12.8 mA 1TNC911112D0204 69 .

whichever is greater Sensor type: positive temperature coefficient PTC RHOT=100-10. especially the system in which VSD / Frequency Converters are used. IEC61000-2-2.Appendix A Technical Data M10x-M User's Guide Filedbus interface Protocol Baud-rate Fieldbus capacity Modbus RTU 1200/4800/9600/19200 bps 32 Environmental conditions Storage Normal operation Humidity EMC Environment -25-+85 -5-+60 15% up to 95% without dew 1) Equipments in the system comply with EMC requirement of CE / CCC certificate.1-8 ×phase CT primary amps Accuracy: ±(2%+1) Earth fault current Full scale: 1. Metering accuracy Phase current Range: 0. 2) Power supply system complies with IEC61000-2-1.000 Accuracy: ±5% or 100 Standards Low voltage switchgears IEC60947-1 IEC60947-4-1 Low voltage switchgear and controlgear” Part1: General rules Low voltage switchgear and controlgear” Part4: Contactors and motor-starters. Section one-Electromechanical contactors and motorstarters which is greater 70 1TNC911112D0204 .2 × RCT nominal current Accuracy: ±2% RCT primary Phase voltage (M102-M Only) Voltage metering range: 110V-440V Accuracy: ±2% Power (M102-M Only) Thermistor Input (M102-M Only) Accuracy: ±5% nominal or ±5% reading.

Level 4 IEC61000-4-5. For example.M10x-M User's Guide EMC Electrostatic discharge Electromagnetic field immunity Electrical fast transient/burst immunity Surge immunity Conducted disturbance immunity Radiated disturbance Appendix A Technical Data IEC61000-4-2. 44 Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils 1TNC911112D0204 71 . Level 3 IEC61000-4-6. Fig. Class A i) Precautious measures shall be taken in system designs to avoid potential high electromagnetic disturbance which may result in unstable network and malfunction of M10x relays. Level 2 EN55011. Level 3 IEC61000-4-4. in applications that Variable Speed Drives are used in a large scale. harmonic filter devices shall be required in system design to reduce the impact to the network. Level 3 IEC61000-4-3. ii) Surge Suppressors are required to use with contactor coils to limit high pre-damping voltage frequencies.

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