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M-5072 Retrofit Kit For

M-4272 Digital Motor Bus
Transfer System
SYNCRHONIZING
• Adapts M-4272 Digital Motor Bus Transfer System as a
replacement for existing analog motor bus transfer equipment
• Provides direct mechanical and electrical replacement of
existing analog transfer logic controller M-0272/M-0236B
• Connects easily to the M-4272's terminals without any wiring
change
• The physical change is simple and cost effective
• Enhances the security, reliability and performance of your
facility with additional features in the digital motor bus
transfer equipment
• Optional M-3919 Graphic Display Unit (GDU) and Touch Screen
Human Machine Interface (HMI) for communicating with one or
two M-4272 units
Industry Leader Since 1969
Made in the USA
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M-4272 Features
The new M-4272 Digital Motor Bus Transfer System combines our decades of operating experience in this
field and our proven relay hardware platform to provide the most comprehensive and cost effective Digital
Motor Bus Transfer equipment available. A comparison of the M-4272 and M-0272/M-0236B is presented in
Figure 1.
Automatically selects transfer type:
- Fast transfer
- In-phase transfer
- Residual voltage transfer
- Fixed time transfer
Automatically selects transfer type:
- Fast transfer
- In-phase transfer
- Residual voltage transfer
Comparison of Digital M-4272 and Analog M-0272 & M-0236B
M-4272 M-0272 & M-0236B
Manually selects transfer type:
- Fast transfer
- In-phase transfer
- Residual voltage transfer
Manually selects transfer type:
- Fast transfer
- In-phase transfer
- Residual voltage transfer
Manual Hot parallel transfer Not included, had to be performed externally
Load Shedding:
- Fast transfer
- In-phase transfer
- Residual voltage transfer
- Fixed time transfer
Load Shedding:
- Residual voltage transfer
Breaker failure (using breaker status contacts) Not included, had to be done externally
Automatic transfer bi-directional Automatic transfer only one direction
Trip and Close coil monitoring Not included, had to be done externally
16/32 samples/cycle waveform measurement
following bus frequency decay rate yields higher
accuracy for phase angle displacement and
frequency rate-of-change calculations. Patented
algorithm used for zero crossing prediction under
dynamic condition produces much higher
accuracy for In-Phase transfer operation which
resulted in minimum closing angle error.
2 samples/cycle sample-and-hold technique for
waveform measurement.
Bus voltage measurement maintains accuracy
down to 4 Hz; thus it produces more precise
residual voltage transfer level and reduces inrush
current. More motors can be carried over under
this condition.
Residual voltage transfer level is set using
potentiometer.
- 81 Under-frequency function
- 81R Rate of Change of Frequency function
- 60FL Bus VT Fuse-Loss
- 50BF Breaker Failure
None
Four 27B Settings Single Automatic Undervoltage Transfer (27B)
Physical size: 19” rack mount 4u height 19” rack mount 7u height
Figure 1 (1 of 2) M-4272 Feature Comparison to M-0272/M-0236B
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Comparison of Digital M-4272 and Analog M-0272 & M-0236B
M-4272 M-0272 & M-0236B
18 Inputs
- 6 Inputs (52a, 52b and 52sp) for two
breaker positions
- 12 User programmable Inputs
8 Inputs
- 2 Inputs (52a) for two breaker positions
- 1 Input for protective relay initiate
- 1 Input for remote manual initiate
- 1 Input for external lockout
- 1 Input for auto transfer enable
- 1 Input for external reset
- 1 Input for auto trip enable
2 Current Inputs None
Power Supply Options:
- 24/48 V dc
- 120/240 V ac or 125/250 V dc
125 V dc Power Supply
M-3872 ISScom™ Communications Software:
- Entering / Modifying Settings
- Metering of all measured inputs,
measured and calculated quantities
- Mimic Single Line Diagram
- Sequence of Event logs
- Transfer Event Log
- Phasor Diagram
- Synchroscope
- Oscillograph recording
None
ISSlogic
®
for programming additional non-
standard applications and conditions if needed.
Fixed standard transfer logic.
18 Output Contacts
- 4 contacts (2 trip and 2 close) for Main
and Startup sources
- 1 contact for power supply (P/S)
- 1 contact for self-test
- 1 contact for lockout/blocking
- 11 User programmable output contacts
7 Output Contacts
- 4 contacts (2 trip and 2 close) for Main
and Startup sources
- 1 contact for power supply (P/S)
- 1 contact for lockout/blocking
- 1 contact for load shed
9 Voltage Inputs can be connected:
1-Phase Line to Ground
OR
1-Phase, Phase to Phase for Main, Bus
and New Source Voltages
3-Phase Line to Ground
OR
3-Phase Open Delta for Main, Bus and
New Source Voltages
3 Voltage Inputs can be connected:
1-Phase Line to Ground
OR
1-Phase, Phase to Phase for Main, Bus
and New Source Voltages
None
ISSplot
®
Oscillography Analysis software to
playback captured waveforms
None
Cost Effective Higher cost, and may be difficult to maintain
future production due to some components being
discontinued and unavailable.
Figure 1 (2 of 2) M-4272 Feature Comparison to M-0272/M-0236B
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The following is a list of the additional features that have been incorporated in the digital equipment that can
enhance the security and performance of your facility:
• Bi-Directional Operation: The legacy equipment does not support automatic transfer from the
standby source to the main source. The M-4272 supports automatic transfer in either direction by
providing independent bus under voltage elements and transfer initiation inputs for each direction.
• Hot parallel Transfer: The legacy equipment does not support Hot Parallel Transfer. For routine
transfers, the breakers must be operated manually. The safety of this method depends on the plant
operator verifying the voltages are satisfactory prior to paralleling the sources. In addition, this
transfer method is very slow which results in the sources being paralleled for long periods of time
and provides no breaker failure protection. The M-4272 provides programmable, fully supervised
closed transitions in either direction. This provides additional safety by ensuring the sources are
compatible prior to paralleling, minimizing the time that the two sources are paralleled, and
providing breaker failure protection for the entire operation.
• Self Diagnostics: The legacy equipment provides limited self diagnostics. Like our relay products,
the M-4272 incorporates extensive self diagnostics that will automatically remove the equipment
from service and notify operators in the event of input power failure or internal equipment fault.
• Programmable Logic
• Digital Oscillography
• Transfer Event Log
• Sequence of Events Logs
• Breaker performance monitoring
• Programmable load shedding
• Extensive metering and status
• Communications capability
M-5072 Retrofit Kit Features
The M-4272 Digital Motor Bus Transfer System and a M-5072 retrofit kit provide the direct replacement of the
M-0272/M-0236B Analog Transfer Logic Controller. The physical change is very simple and cost effective.
The M-5072 retrofit kit consists of a bracket and wiring harness (Figure 2) that replicates the existing M-0272
terminal block locations. The M-5072 terminal blocks are located in the same positions (Figure 3) as the
M-0272 and it is attached to the M-4272. The wire harness connects the appropriate terminals between the
M-4272 and the M-0272. This will allow a very simple replacement of the existing M-0272 equipment.
Since the existing analog M-0272/M-0236B takes 7u height while the M-4272 takes only 4u height. One rack
mount black blank panel with 1u height and one rack mount black blank panel with 2u height are provided to
fill up the empty spaces after the replacement. Refer to Figure 4, M-0272 versus M-4272 front panel layout
drawing for details.
An Optional M-3919 Graphic Display Unit (GDU) and Touch Screen Human Machine Interface (HMI) for
communicating with one or two M-4272 units.
M-4272/M-5072 Installation
The existing M-0272 wiring would be labeled and then disconnected. The M-0272 equipment would be
disconnected and removed. The M-0236B would also be disconnected and removed. Then the M-4272 with
the supplied bracket/harness already mounted would be installed in the same location as the M-0272. The
labeled wires would be reconnected to the new bracket. Refer to Figure 3, M-5072 Terminal Block
assignments and Figure 5, M-4272 Versus M-0272 External Connections for details. All wiring connections
should be connected directly to M-4272’s terminals.
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M-0272A & M-0236B
7,13,&25
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SHIELD OF CABLE
M-0272
TRANSFER LOGIC CONTROLLER
3
J1
10
8
PLUG IN
CONNECTOR
4
11
21
14
1
J + 10
AUTO TRIP ENABLE
EXTERNAL LOCKOUT
(SHORT TOENABLE)
MAIN BREAKER STATUS
(CLOSED WHEN POWER OK)
FOR RESIDUAL VOLTAGE TRANSFER)
LOAD TRIP (CLOSES TO TRIP LOADS
MAIN VT
START UP VT
BUS VT
LOCKOUT STATUS CONTACT (CLOSED WHEN
M-0236B MOD259 VOLTAGE STATUS NOT OK
OR WITH ANY LOCKOUT CONDITION)
POWER STATUS CONTACT
26
27
28
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25
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N
21
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18
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20
16
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11
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CLOSE
STARTUP
M-0275
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+VDC
EXTERNAL RESET
DIODE
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PROTECTIVE RELAY INITIATE
AUTO TRANSFER ENABLE
ANALOG GND (0V)
MANUAL INITIATE
START UP BREAKER STATUS
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TRIP MAIN
TRIP
STARTUP
M-0275
M-0275
CLOSE MAIN
M-0275
DIODE
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INTERCONNECTION CABLE
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TRANSFER STATUS
MANUAL
REMOTE
COMMON
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PREVIOUS RESIDUAL VOLTAGE
PREVIOUS IN-PHASE
CLOSE STARTUP INDICATION
CLOSE MAIN INDICATION
TRIP MAIN INDICATION
TRIP STARTUP INDICATION
BUS VOLTAGE STATUS
RESIDUAL VOLTAGE TRANSFER
PHASE ANGLE STATUS
TRANSFER STATUS
16
TRANSFER STATUS
TRANSFER STATUS
LOCAL
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18
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DISABLE INPUT
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Figure 5 M-0272/M-0236B External Connections
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Figure 6 M-4272 External Connections For The Existing M-0272 Wiring
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Physical
M-5072
Size: 8.37" high x 17.25" wide x 3.89" deep ( 21.26 x 43.82 x 9.88 )
Approximate Weight: 3 lbs (1.4 kg)
Approximate Shipping Weight: 5 lbs (2.3 kg)
M-5072 with M-4272
Size: 8.37" high x 19" wide x 12.86" deep ( 21.26 x 48.26 x 32.66 )
Approximate Weight: 23 lbs (10.5 kg)
Approximate Shipping Weight: 35 lbs (15.9 kg)
Warranty
The M-5072 is covered by a five-year warranty from date of shipment. The M-3919 is covered by a two-year
warranty from date of shipment.
Specification subject to change without notice.
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M-3919 Graphic Display Unit/Touch Screen Human Machine Interface
• Provides a MIMIC Single-Line Diagram of the Motor Bus Transfer System in Two-breaker or Three-
breaker Bus Transfer Configuration
• 65K-Color TFT LCD Display
• 12.1 Inch Touch Screen Human Machine Interface (HMI)
• Includes a separate power supply, nominal 120 V ac (50/60 Hz) or 125 V dc (250 V dc optional)
• Remote Target Reset Capability
• Remote Manual Transfer Capabilty
Figure 7 Graphic Display Unit/Touch Screen Human Machine Interface
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Features
The M-3919 includes the following features and functions:
• Display & Touch Screen
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
12.1" TFT LCD 65K color
Size 9.75" x 7.25" [248 mm x 184 mm], 12.1" diagonal
Brightness 400 cd/m
2
Contrast 500:1
Resolution 800 x 600 pixels
Backlight – CCFL with up to 50,000 hour life span
Touch Screen type – 4-wire Analog Resistive
Adjustable contrast
• Microprocessor – 500 MHz 32-bit CISC (Fanless CPU)
• Flash Memory – 256 MB
• SDRAM – 256 MB
• Material – Plastic Moulding
• Serial Ports
The M-3919 includes two serial ports, which provide the connections to one or two M-4272 Digital
Motor Bus Transfer Systems using RS-232 (standard) or RS-485 (optional) communications. The
RS-485 serial port also provides the ability to connect multiple M-4272s in series to a single HMI.
The M-3919 serial communication ports include the following capabilities:
One RS-485 serial port (DE9S) used for RS-485 M-4272 communications
One RS-232 serial port (DE9P) used for RS-232 M-4272 communications
Baud rates from 9,600 to 115,200
Point-to-point serial communications for all protocols
• One 10 foot RS-232 Y Cable, BECO Part Number B-1300
• Compact SD Card Slot
• USB Ports – 2 Hosts, 1 Client
• Ethernet Port – 10/100 Base-T (RJ45) used for Operator Interface Terminal (OIT) (PC) configura-
tion, downloading program to HMI and Point-to-Point connection and communications using
MODBUS TCP/IP.
• PWR (yellow) illuminated icon indicates if power is applied to the unit
• CPU (red) illuminated icon indicates if the unit is operating correctly
• COM (red) illuminated icon indicates communications activity on PLC port
• RESET Switch to reinitialize the unit if an operational failure occurs
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Single–Line Diagram (SLD) Screens
When the MBT SYSTEM PRI Metering menu item is selected from the Selection Menu screen the unit
displays either the pre-programmed Two-Breaker or Three-Breaker configuration of the MBTS Single-Line
Diagram (Figures 8 and 9 respectfully). The Single-Line Diagrams include a graphical representation of either
a Two or Three-Breaker configuration with the appropriate number of M-4272 connected units. Also, remote
manual transfers and target reset can be performed from the Single-Line Diagram. Included in the graphical
representation are the following real-time parameters:
• Voltage (Three-Phase or Single-Phase)
• Current (Source 1 and Source 2)
• Frequency (Delta Angle, Delta Frequency and Delta Voltage)
• 52-S1 Breaker status (Open/Closed)
• 52-S2 Breaker status (Open/Closed)
• Manual Transfer Ready status
• Lockout/Block status
• Remote/Local status
• Device ON/OFF status
• 52-S1 Circuit Breaker In-Service status
• 52-S2 Circuit Breaker In-Service status
• Transfer Complete
• Transfer Incomplete
Figure 8 MBTS Single-Line Diagram Screen (Two-Breaker Configuration)
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Figure 9 MBTS Single-Line Diagram Screen (Three-Breaker Configuration)
Initiating Manual Transfers
The GDU/HMI includes the capability to initiate Manual Transfers from the Single-Line diagram.
See M-3919 Specification for additional details.
Optional Features
• 250 V dc Power Supply, BECO Part Number 430-00444
• Two-Breaker or Three-Breaker configuration
• RS-485 Communication with one 10 foot RS-485 Y-Cable, Beco Part Number B-1301
• 19" Mounting Panel, 6u height, BECO Part Number 441-41248
Physical
Size: 9.4" high x 12.4" wide x 2.6" deep (23.8 cm x 31.5 cm x 6.5 cm)
Approximate Weight: 4.4 lbs (2.0 kg)
Warranty
The M-3919 is covered by a two-year warranty from date of shipment.
Specification subject to change without notice.
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