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~ PROPOSED, NEW AND REVISED STANDARDS

ISS Page 22
September 27, 1989

TO ALL REPRESENTATIVES OF MEMBER COMPANIES
IN THE INDUSTRIAL CONTROL AND SYSTEMS SECTION

Subject: Reaffirmation of the NEMA Standard Publication for
Maintenance of Motor controllersafter a Fault Conditioi, NEMA
Pub. No. ICs 2.24983 (R1988)

Dear Representative:

At its November 17, 1988 meeting, the Codes and Standards Committee reaffirmed the
subject publication.

Attached are a new title page and foreword that reflect this reaffirmation. Please insert
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the attached revised pages in their proper place in the publication and remove the pages
they replace.

Sincerely,

Krys$na d. McIver
Standards Publications Editor

Enci: title and foreword pages for ICs 2.2-1983
cc: di known holders of ICs 2.2-1983
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ICS 2. Publication No. Engineering Department National Eledrical Manufacturers Association 2101 L Street. Publication No.````.`.`. ICS 2. These standards are quoted from Part ICS 2-302of the NEMA Standards Publication for Indusûial Control Devices. National Electrical Manufacturers Association Document provided by IHS Licensee=Aramco HQ/9980755100.D..``. * 6 ICs 2 .The text contained in Publication No. Publication No..``.`.-`-`. ICs 2.C.`.. tolerances. Controllers and Assemblies. Proposed or recommended revisions to this Standards Publication are welcomed and should be submitted to: Manager. ICS 2-1988. . 09/03/2003 22:07:47 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Group at 1-800-451-1584.`--- ized metric system known as the International Systems of Units (SI).. This transition involves no changes in standard dimensions.W. User=.. ICs 2-1988. or performance specifications. Washington...S. Publication No.2-1979. COPYRIGHT 2003.`. ICS 2. Zûû37 To continue to serve the best interests of users of Industrial Control and Systems equipment.customary units are gradually being supplemented by those of the modern- --`.```.2-1983and supersedes the NEMA Standards Publication for Maintenance of Motor ControllersAfrer a Fault Condition.. 2 .The standards of ICS 22 were reaffirmed in November of 1988. In this publication.8 3 6470247 0006567 b r Foreword User input has been considered throughout the development of this Standards Publication.2-1983(R1988)is a direct excerpt of Part ICS 2-302of the NEMA Standards Publication for Indusûial Control Devices) ControllersandAssemblies.. the Industrial Control and Systems Sedion is adively cooperating with other standardization organizations in the development of simple and more universal metrology practices.2-1983(R1988)r e a f f i i Publication No. N. the U.

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. ICs 2-302..````. PUB. erating overload. the test de.``. insulation breakage or Substantial damage to the enclosure such as defor.01 INTRODUCTION and the necessary repairs or replacements made before reenergizing the branch circuit. 09/03/2003 22:07:47 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Group at 1-800-451-1584. “ON. \ COPYRIGHT 2003. --`.1977. DISCONNECTED AND ISOLATED SO THAT ACCIDENTAL CONTACT CANNOT BE ..2 PAGE 1 Part ICs 2-302 MAINTENANCE OF MOTOR CONTROLLERS AFTER A FAULT CONDITION GENERAL ICs 2-302.) indicates a fault condition in excess of op.`. charring. Pub- T O BE MADE ON CONTROLLERS AND lication No.```.`.02 ENCLOSURE contact blade or jaw pitting. or both. or if visual inspection after opening indicates deterio- ration beyond normal wear and tear. should be performed before re- EQUIPMENT WHICH ARE DEENERGIZED.`. device (fuse. etc.. . motor short circuit pro. User=.. If the handle fails to open the switch BE OBSERVED. consulted for additional details. requires re- placement of the entire controller.. the breaker may be reset and turned Indications of arcing damage or overheating. National Electrical Manufacturers Association Document provided by IHS Licensee=Aramco HQ/9980755100. In a motor branch circuit which has been properly It is recommended that the following general proce- installed.O1 Circuit Breakers Examine the enclosure interior and the circuit breaker ICs 2-302. If evidence of damage CONDUCTORS is not apparent.” If it is suspected that the circuit breaker has such as discoloration and melting of insulation require the opened several short-circuit faults or if signs of possible replacement of damaging parts..03 DISCONNECT DEVICES Authorized Engineering Information 1-5-1977. AB 1. AB 1-2.O3 Fuse Holders Authorized Engineering Information 1-5-1977.``. storing the breaker to service. NO.38 of the NEMA Standards THAT ALL INSPECTIONS AND TESTS ARE Publication for Molded Case Circuit Breakers.`. This fault condition must be corrected Authorized Engineering Information 1-5.O2 Disconnect Switch MADE WITH LIVE PARTS AND SO THAT The external operating handle must be capable of ALL PLANT SAFETY PROCEDURES WILL opening the switch.`. .. . Deterioration of fuse holders or their insulating mounts requires their replacement. Authorized Engineering Information 1-5-1977. coordinated and in service prior to the fault. ICs 2. deterioration appear within the enclosure. mation.. dures beobserved by qualified personnel in the inspection opening of the branch-circuit short-circuit protective and repair of the motor controller involved in the fault.-`-`. displacement of parts or burning.04 TERMINALS AND INTERNAL for evidence of possible damage. such as overheating. Manufacturers’ service instructions should also be tector. circuit breaker.`--- PROCEDURES O CAUTION-IT MUST BE UNDERSTOOD scribed in par. the switch must be replaced. ICs 2-302.

`. such as binding in the guides or evidence of Authorized Engineering Information 1-5-1977. insulation damage. or loss of adequate wear allowance require re. grounds and leakage. the complete overload relay All equipment enclosures must be closed and secured must be replaced..2 PAGE 2 MAINTENANCE OF MOTOR CONTROLLERS ICs 2-302. User=. displacement of would require replacement of the overload relay. NO. National Electrical Manufacturers Association Document provided by IHS Licensee=Aramco HQ/9980755100. struck and/or any indication of burning of the Authorized Engineering Information 1-5-1977..``.`.O1 Contactor (b) If there is no visual indication of damage that Contacts showing heat damage. contacts. Any indication that an arc has before the branch circuit is energized. the relay must be electrically or mechanically placement of the contacts and.. checks must . ICs 2-302. - ICs 2.. .````..-`-`.``.```. If deterioration extends beyond the overload relay contact(s).`--- COPYRIGHT 2003. ICs 2. ~ ..`. 09/03/2003 22:07:47 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Group at 1-800-451-1584. where applicable.2-83 1 61i70i347 0002743 8r PUB. --`. . the tripped to verify the proper functioning of the contact springs.`. relay has occurred. the damaged parts of the entire ?ontactor must be replaced.06 REXURN TO SERVICE Before returning the controller to service.. metal.05 MOTOR STARTER insulation of the overload relay also requires re- placement of the overload relay.`...O2 Overload Relays be made for the tightness of electrical connections and (a) If burnout of the current element of an overload for the absence of short circuits.

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Inc. IL 61701 An Acme Cleveland Corp. Ward Leonard Electric Co. . I L 60005 Milwaukee. Valparaiso. W1 53216 Klockner Moeller Corporation Texas Instruments. Wichita Falls. Inc. Mentor. Inc. PA 15009 Furnas Electric Company Freeport.``. NY 10604 GTE Products Corporation Danvers. Balluff. Inc.. T X 77478 S&S Controls Division Port Chester.````.. Inc. ICs 2 .-`-`. CT 06101 Sugarland. PA 17405 Cooper Industries An Arrow-Hart Division Integrated Power Systems Corp. 09/03/2003 22:07:47 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Group at 1-800-451-1584. Incorporated. IN 46383 Mount Vernon. Madison.. MA 01923 Pass & Seymour. Inc. Inc. MA 02043 Entrelec Division Spring Valley. Parlin.. Incorporated Chicago. Incorporated and Controls. OK 74101 A Subs.8 3 6470247 ooowz q- CONTROLGROUP OF THE INDUSTRIAL CONTROL AND SYSTEMS SECTION OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION MEMBER COMPANIES Allen-Bradley Company General Electric Company Namco Controls Milwaukee. of McGraw-Edison Co. NY 10550 Federal Pacific Electric Company Raleigh. IL 61032 Batavia. SC 29720 Arlington Heights. Siemens-Allis.. Bedford.`. NC 27607 Micro Switch Westinghouse Electric Corporation Division of Honeywell. OH 44060 Amerace Corporation Nelson Electric Union. Cogenel Inc. User=.. NJ 08859 Florence. Inc.2 . National Electrical Manufacturers Association Document provided by IHS Licensee=Aramco HQ/9980755100.`. CA 95051 Goshen. NY 10977 Industrial Solid State Controls. Electric Machinery Natick.. TX 76307 --`. Inc. Beaver. Hartford.```. GA 31206 The Kohler Company Toshiba International Corporation ?Kohler.`--- York. CA 95024-1329 McGill Manufacturing Co. MA 02703 Industrial Controls Corporation Macon. Industrial Controls Division Russelectric. Inc. Inc..`. MA 01760 Attleboro. MN 55441 Elliott Control Company Hollister. IL 60609 COPYRIGHT 2003. WI 53201 Rise America. Asea. MN 55432 White Plaines. NY 10573 Custom Switchgear Johnson Controls. MA 02188 Lake Shore Electric Corporation Turck Multiprox. Inc.`. Joslyn Clark Controls.``. Minneapolis. WI 53212 Eaton Corp... NY 13221 Florham Park. WI 53044 Houston. NJ 07932 Hamischfeger Corporation Milwaukee. Sprecher & Schuh. OH 44146 Plymouth.. Inc. Automatic Switch Company Syracuse. Inc. Inc. Telemecanique. KY 41042 Harvey Hubbell. TX 77041 ElecGo Switch Corporation Weymouth. Control Products Division Square D Company Santa Clara. IN 46526 Milwaukee. IL 60510 Zenith Controls. OH 44057 Hingham. NJ 07840 Unit of General Signal Corporation Onan Corporation Tulsa. Incorporated Cutler-Hammer Products Lancaster.`. WI 53201 Bloomington.