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MOTOR PROTECTION SYSTEM


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KEY BENEFITS
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overload curves, torque metering and protection, broken
Event reports, waveform capture, data logger
rotor bar protection =Built=in=simulation=functions=simplify=testing=and
=jost=advanced=thermal=model=J=fncluding=multiple=oqa commissioning
inputs for stator thermal protection =Cost=bffective=Access=to=information=J=qhrough=standard
=jinimize=replacement=time=J=arawJout=construction RS232 & RS485 serial ports, and optional Ethernet and
DeviceNet Ports
=Complete=asset=monitoring=J==qemperatureI=Analog=fLlI=full
metering including demand & energy =Field upgradable firmware and settings
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monitoring corrosive or humid environments

APPLICATIONS
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driven equipment, including high inertia, two speed and reduced-voltage start motors.

FEATURES
Protection and Control Communications
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=rnderfrequency =bvent=recorder
=ptator=differential=protection =Oscillography & Data Logger (trending)
=qhermal=overload =Statistical information & learned motor data
=lvertemperature=protection
EnerVista
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Protection and Control Overload Curves


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The 469 is a digital motor protectionThe curves can take one of three formats:
system designed to protect and manage standard, custom, or voltage dependent.
For all curve styles, the 469 retains thermal
medium and large motors and driven
memory in a thermal capacity used
equipment . It contains a full range 1,000

register which is updated every 0.1 second.


of selectively enabled, self contained
The overload pickup determines where the (seconds)
protection and control elements as
running overload curve begins.
detailed in the Functional Block Diagram 100
The 469 standard overload curves are of TIME
and Features table.
standard shape with a multiplier value of
TRIP

Motor Thermal Model 1 to 15.


CURVE
The voltage dependent overload curves 15
The primary protective function of the 10 12

ection are used in high inertia load applications,


9
7
469 is the thermal model with six key
where motor acceleration time can 4

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motor thermal limits. During motor


1
1
Mot =Overload Curves 0.1 1 10
acceleration, the programmed thermal Full Load
PHASE CURRENT
Setpoint
(multiples of full load)
=Unbalance Biasing overload curve is dynamically adjusted 819765A8.cdr

Fifteen standard overload curves.


=Hot/Cold Safe Stall Ratio with reference to the system voltage level.
=Motor Cooling Time Constants The selection of the overload curve type TYPICAL CUSTOM CURVE
6500 HP,13800VOLT INDUCED DRAFT FAN MOTOR
and the shape is based on motor thermal 10000

=Start Inhibit and Emergency Restart


limit curves provided by motor vendor. 1 PROGRAMMED 469 CUSTOM CURVE

=RTD Biasing 2 RUNNING SAFETIME (STATOR LIMIT)

3 ACCELERATION SAFETIME (ROTOR LIMIT)

4 MOTOR CURRENT @ 100% VOLTAGE


1000
5 MOTOR CURRENT @ 80% VOLTAGE

Functional Block Diagram 1


O TRIP IN SECONDS
2
100

52 50 50G TIME T
3
10

BUS 4
5
1.0
2
27 59 47 81 R2
AUXILIARY

METERING
R3 0.1
V,A,W,Var,VA,PF,Hz
R1 AUXILIARY 0.5 1.0 10
MULTIPLE OF FULL LOAD CURRENT SETPOINT
100 1000

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74 Typical custom overload curve.


R4
ALARM
55 78 Device
Number Function
START 14 Speed switch
R5 Reduced voltage start and
3 50 51 49 37 66 46 BLOCK 19/48 incomplete sequence
START 27/59 Undervoltage/Overvoltage
86
50G 51G Reverse power
R6 Mechanical Jam
SERVICE 32
Acceleration time
3 87 Over Torque
37 Undercurrent/Underpower
AMBIENT AIR STATOR RTDs 38 Bearing RTD
49
46 Current Unbalance
RTD 47 Phase Reversal
BEARING RTDs
38 49 Stator RTD
50 Short circuit backup
4 ISOLATED 50G/51G Ground overcurrent backup
ANALOG
LOAD 51 Overload
MOTOR 469 OUTPUTS
55 Power factor
14 Motor Management System 66 Starts/hour and time between
RS232 starts
TACHOMETER RS485 81 Frequency
14
RS485 86 Overload lockout
DCMA Ethernet 87 Differential
4 ANALOG INPUTS
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Unbalance (Negative Sequence reflect the difference. RTD bias thermal capacity used is higher
Current) Biasing The TCU lower limit of the running cool compared to the thermal capacity used
Negative sequence current, which causes down curve is defined by Hot/Cold Safe created by other features of the thermal
rotor heating, is not accounted for in Stall Ratio and level of the motor load. model, then this value is used from that
The
the thermal limit curves supplied by the TCU lower limit of the stopped cool down point onward.
motor manufacturer. The 469 measures curve is 0% and corresponds to motor at
ambient temperature. Motor Start Supervision
unbalance as the ratio of negative to
positive sequence current. The thermal Motor Start Supervision consists of the
model is biased to reflect the additional 10 0 following features: Time-Between-Starts,
heating. Motor derating due to current Start-per-Hour, Restart Time.
unbalance can be selected via the setpoint mal Capacity Used
75 These elements are intended to guard the
unbalance bias k factor. Unbalance motor against excessive starting duty,
voltage causes approximately 6 times 50 Iavg @ 100% FLA
which is normally defined by the motor ection

higher level of current unbalance (1% of manufacturer in addition to the thermal


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voltage unbalance equal to 6% of current 25
Iavg @ 50% FLA damage curves. or Pr
Ther
unbalance). Note that the k=8 curve is Mot
Mechanical Jam and Acceleration
almost identical to the NEMA derating 0
Time
curve. 0 50 100 150 200 250
Time in Minutes These two elements are used to prevent
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Hot/Cold Safe Stall Ratio Exponential cooldown (hot/cold curve ratio 60% m o t o r
d a m a g e d u r in g ab n o rma l
The Hot/Cold Safe Stall time ratio defines operational conditions such as excessively
Start Inhibit and Emergency Restart long acceleration times or stalled rotor.
the steady state level of thermal capacity
used (TCU) by the motor. This level The Start Inhibit function prevents starting
of a motor when insufficient thermal Phase Differential Protection
corresponds to normal operating
temperature of the fully loaded motor and capacity is available or motor start This function is intended to protect the
will be adjusted proportionally if motor supervision function dictate the start stator windings and supply power
load is lower then rated. inhibit. In case of emergency the thermal cables of large motors. Two types of
capacity
The Hot/Cold Safe Stall ratio is used by the used and motor start supervisioncurrent transformers connections are
relay to determine the lower limit of the timers can be reset to allow the hot motor supported:
running cool down curve, and also defines starting.
the thermal capacity level of the central =6 CTs externally connected in the
RTD Biasing
point in RTD Biasing curve. summing configuration.
The 469 thermal overload curves are
1.00 based solely on measured current , =3 Flux Balancing CTs.
0.95 assuming a normal 40C ambient and Separate trip pickup levels and time
Derating Factor
0.90
k=2
normal motor cooling. The actual delays are provided for motor starting and
k=4 motor temperature will increase due to running conditions.
0.85

0.80
k=6 unusually high ambient temperature, or
RTD Bias Maximum
k=8 motor cooling blockage. Use the RTD bias )
100
0.75 %
k= 10
feature to augment the thermal model ( 90
0.70 d
0 1 2 3 4 5 calculation of Thermal Capacity Used, e s 80
Percent Voltage Unbalance U
if the motor stator has embedded RTDs. y 70
Motor derating factor due to unbalanced voltage
The RTD bias feature is feedback of itc 60
a
p 50
measured stator temperature. This a
Motor Cooling Time Constants C
40
feedback acts to correct the assumed la
When the 469 detects that the motor is m 30
thermal model. Since RTDs have a relatively r
e
running at a load lower then overload h 20
slow response, RTD biasing is useful for T RTD Bias Center
pickup setpoint, or the motor is stopped, D 10 RTD Bias Minimum Point
slow motor heating. Other portions of the T
R
it will start reducing the stored TCU 0
thermal model are required during starting -50 0 50 100 150 200 250
value, simulating actual motor cool down
and heavy overload conditions when Maximum Stator RTD Temperature (C)
process. TCU decays exponentially at a RTD Bias curve.
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motor heating is relatively fast.
rate dictated by Cooling Time Constants
For RTD temperatures below the RTD
BIAS MINIMUM setting, no biasing occurs. Short Circuit Trip
setpoints. Normally the cooling down
process of the stopped motor is much
For maximum stator RTD temperatures This function is intended to protect the
slower than that of a running motor, thus stator windings of the motors against
above the RTD BIAS MAXIMUM setting,
running and stopped cooling time constants
the thermal memory is fully biased and phase-to-phase faults.
setpoints are provided in the relay to Equipped with an overreach filter, the
forced to 100%. At values in between, if the

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469 removes the DC component from the bus that supplies power to the motor =Reduced voltage starting supervision.
the asymmetrical current present at the is de-energized, or under VT fuse failure =Variable frequency filter allowing
moment a fault occurs or motor starts. conditions. accurate sensing and calculation of the
A trip backup feature is also available as analog values in VFD applications.
part of this function, used to issue a second Power Elements
=Analog input differential calculation for
trip if the fault is not cleared within a given
The following power elements are
dual drives applications.
time delay. available in 469 relay. The first four
The backup feature can also be assigned elements have blocking provision during =Speed counter trip and alarm.
to an auxiliary contact for annunciation motor starting. =Universal digital counter trip and alarm.
or remote tripping of upstream protection
=Pulsing KWh and Kvarh output.
devices Power Factor
=Trip coil supervision.
This element is used in synchronous motors
ection Ground Fault applications to detect out-of-synchronism =Drawout indicator, Setpoints Access and
This function is designed to protect motors
conditions. Test permit inputs.
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There are two dedicated ground current Reactive Power
Mot =Broken rotor bar detection system
inputs in the relay, which support the This element is used in applications where (Optional)
following types of ground current the reactive power limit is specified.
detection. =VT Fuse Failure
Underpower
=Core balance (Zero sequence) current Used to detect loss of load.
Inputs and Outputs
transformer.
Reverse Active Power
=Core balance (Zero sequence) 50:0.025 Current and Voltage Inputs
A (sensitive) current transformer. Useful to detect conditions where the
motor can become a generator. The 469 has two sets of three phase CT
=Residual connection of phase current inputs, one for phase current, and one
transformers. Overtorque dedicated for differential protection.
This element is used to protect the drivenThe ratings of the phase current inputs (1A
The function is equipped with an overreach and 5A) must be specified when ordering
load from mechanical breakage.
filter, which removes the DC component the relay, while the ratings for differential
from the asymmetrical current present inputs are field programmable, supporting
Current Unbalance
at the moment a fault occurs, or a motor both 1A and 5A secondary currents.
In addition to thermal model biasing
starts. Two pickup levels ( trip and alarm) There are also 2 single-phase ground CT
current unbalance is available in the 469
with individual time delays are available inputs: A standard input with settable
relay as an independent element with 2
for ground fault detection. secondary rating; 5A or 1A, and a high
pickup levels and a built-in single phasing
A trip Backup feature is also available sensitivity ground current detection input
detection algorithm.
as part of this function. The operational for high resistance grounded systems.
principal of Ground Fault Trip Backup is the Three phase VT inputs support delta and
RTD Protection
same as of Short Circuit Trip Backup. wye configuration and provide voltage
The 469 has 12 programmable RTD
signals for all voltage, frequency and power
Voltage and Frequency Protection inputs supporting 4 different types of RTD
based protection elements and metering.
sensors. RTD inputs are normally used
Use the voltage and frequency protection
for monitoring stator, bearings, ambient
functions to detect abnormal system Digital Inputs
voltage and frequency conditions, temperature as well as other parts of the
The 469 has 5 predefined inputs:
potentially hazardous to the motor. motor assembly that can be exposed
to overheating. Each RTD input has 3
The following voltage elements are =Starter Status
operational levels: alarm, high alarm and
available:
trip. The 469 also supports RTD trip voting =Emergency Restart
and provides open/short RTD failure =Remote Reset
=Over and Undervoltage alarms.
=Setpoint Access
=Over and Underfrequency
Additional and Special Features n Test Switch
=Phase Reversal
=Two speed motor protection.
The 469 also has four assignable digital
=Load averaging filter for cyclic load inputs, which can be configured as the
To avoid nuisance trips, the 469 can be set
applications following functions:
to block the undervoltage element when

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Remote Trip and Alarm outputs based on any measured analog Phase-to-ground and Phase-to-phase
Speed Switch Trip and Tachometer value, or any calculated quantity. voltages, average phase voltage,
system frequency.
Vibration Switch Trip and Alarm Output Relays
Real, reactive, apparent power, power
Pressure Switch Trip and Alarm There =are =six =Form-C =output =relays factor, watthours, varhours, torque
Load Shed Trip available in the 469. Four relays are
Current and power demand.
Universal Digital Counter always non-failsafe and can be selectively
assigned to perform trip, or alarm Analog inputs and RTD temperatures.
External oscillography trigger and
functions. A non-failsafe block start relay Thermal capacity used, lockout times,
External Relay Fault Simulation
is also provided, controlled by protection motor speed
initiation
functions requiring blocking functionality.
General Switch with programmable Monitoring
Loss of control power or 469 internal
functions and outputs failures are indicated via the failsafe The 469 is equipped with monitoring toolsection
service relay. The trip and alarm relays to capture data. The following information
Analog Inputs and Outputs can also be configured with latching is presented in a suitable format. ot
or Pr
Use the four configurable analog inputs functionality.
Mot
available in the 469 to measure motor Status of inputs, outputs and alarms
operation related quantities fed to the Last trip data
relay from standard transducers. Each
Monitoring and Metering
Motor learned parameters: last and
input can be individually set to measure The 469 includes high accuracy metering maximum acceleration times, starting
4-20 mA, 0-20 mA or 0-1 mA transducer and recording for all AC signals. Voltage, currents and starting TCU, average
signals. The 469 can also be set to issue current, RTD and power metering are built currents, RTD maximums, analog inputs
maximums and minimums.
trip or alarm commands based on signal into the relay as a standard feature.
thresholds. Trip and general counters, motor
running hours and start timers.
Use the four configurable analog outputs Metering

available in the 469 to provide standard The following system values are accurately Event recorder
transducer signals to local monitoring metered and displayed: Oscillography
equipment. The desired output signal must
be specified when the relay is ordered, Phase, differential and ground currents, Event Recorder
either 4-20 mA, or 0-1 mA. The analog average current, motor load, current The event recorder stores motor and
outputs can be configured to provide unbalance. system information with a date and time

User Interface
LARGE DISPLAY
Forty character display for viewing
setpoints and actual value mess-
ages. Diagnostic messages are
displayed when there is a trip or
alarm condition. Default messages
469 STATUS INDICATORS are displayed after a period of
469 status inactivity.
Motor status
Output relays

NUMERIC KEYPAD
Numeric keys allow for simple
entry of setpoint values. Control CONTROLAND
keys allow simple navigation PROGRAMMINGKEYS
through setpoint and actual value Menu, Escape, Reset, Enter,
message structures. Help key Menu Up, and Menu Down
provides context sensitive help keys for complete acess
messages without a computer.

VALUE KEYS
Value Up, and Value Down keys
to change setpoint values DRAWOUTHANDLE
With provision for a wire
lead seal to prevent unauth-
PROGRAM PORT INTERFACE orized removal
RS232 for connection to a
computer, 9600 baud
Programmable baud rate up to 19200

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stamp each time a system event occurs. User Interfaces EnerVista


TM Software
Up to 256 events are recorded.
The EnerVista Suite is an industry leading
Keypad and Display
Oscillography set of software programs that will simplify
The 469 has a keypad and 40 character every aspect of using the 469 relay. Tools to
The 469 records up to 64 cycles with 12
display for local monitoring and relay monitor the status of your motor, maintain
samples per cycle of waveform data for 10
configuration without the need for your relay, and integrate information
waveforms (Ia, Ib, Ic, Ig, Diffa, Diffb, Diffc,
a computer. Up to 20 user-selected measured by the 469 into HMI or SCADA
Va, Vb, Vc) each time a trip occurs. The
default messages can be displayed monitoring systems are available. Also
record is date and time stamped.
when inactive. In the event of a trip,provided are the utilities to analyze the
Advanced Motor Diagnostics alarm, or start block, the display will cause of faults and system disturbances
automatically default to the pertinent using the powerful Waveform and
The Multilin M60 provides advanced motor
message and the Message LED indicator Sequence of Event viewers that come with
ection diagnostics including a broken rotor bar
will flash. the 469 Setup Software that is included
detection function. The broken rotor bar
ot with each relay.
or Pr detection is a condition maintenance LED Indicators
function that continuously monitors
Mot The 469 has 22 LED indicators on the frontViewpoint Maintenance
the motors health while in operation.
panel. These give a quick indication of Viewpoint Maintenance provides tools that
The advanced Motor Current Signature
469 status, motor status, and output relay will increase the security of your 469, create
Analysis (MCSA) continuously analyzes
status. reports on the operating status of the relay,
the motor current signature and based on
and simplify the steps to troubleshoot
preset algorithms will determine when a Communications
protected generators. Tools available in
broken rotor bar is present in the motor.
The 469 is equipped with three standard Viewpoint Maintenance include:
With fully programmable alarms, the
serial communications ports, one RS232
broken rotor bar function will provide
located in the front panel for easy Settings Audit Trail Report
early detection of any rotor problems
troubleshooting and programming, and
and advise maintenance personnel of the Device Health Report
two RS485 in the rear of the relay. Optional
impending issue allowing for predictive Comprehensive Fault Diagnostics
10BaseT Ethernet and DeviceNet ports
maintenance of the motor and prevention
are also available. The rear RS485 ports
of catastrophic motor failures. Viewpoint Monitoring
provide remote communications or
By providing early indication of potential
connection to a DCS, SCADA, or PLC. The Viewpoint Monitoring is a powerful yet
rotor problems, serious system issues such
RS232 and RS485 ports support user simple-to-use monitoring and data
as: reduced starting torque, overloads,
programmable baud rates from 300 to recording of small systems. Viewpoint
torque and speed oscillation and bearing
19,200 bps. The optional Ethernet port canMonitoring provides a complete HMI
wear can be avoided. With the advanced
be used to connect the 469 to 10 Mbps package with the following functionality:
broken rotor bar detection system,
Ethernet networks. The three serial ports
advanced warning of impending problems
support ModBus RTU protocol, while Plug-&-Play Device Monitoring
reduces catastrophic failures, maximizing
the Ethernet port supports ModBus RTU
motor life and system uptime. Single-Line Monitoring & Control
via TCP/IP protocol. The communication
Annunciator Alarming
system of the 469 is designed to allow
Simulation simultaneous communication via all Trending Reports
ports. Automatic Event Retrieval
The simulation feature tests the
Using Ethernet as the physical media to
functionality and relay response to Automatic Waveform Retrieval
integrate the 469 to Local or Wide Area
programmed conditions without the
Networks, replaces a multidrop-wired
need for external inputs. When placed in EnerVista Integrator
network (e.g., serial Modbus), and
simulation mode the 469 suspends reading EnerVistaTM Integrator is a toolkit that
eliminates expensive leased or dial-up
of the actual inputs and substitutes them
connections, reducing monthly operating allows seamless integration of GE Multilin
with the simulated values. Pre-trip and devices into new or existing automation
costs.
fault conditions can be simulated, with systems. Included in EnerVista Integrator
currents, voltages, system frequency, is:
RTD temperatures, and analog inputs
OPC/DDE Server
configured for each state.
=GE Multilin Drivers
=Automatic Event Retrieval
=Automatic Waveform Retrieval

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Create complete settings files for your SR469 in 6 simple steps using the Motor Settings Auto-Configurator. Mot

Typical Wiring A
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
PH ASE A CT GROUND CT
DIF F.
PH ASE A CT

C DIF F.
PH ASE B CT PH A SE B CT
A
B
M OTOR
DIF F.
PH ASE C CT
B PH ASE C CT

469
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C A UTIO N
AU TOM ATIC C T
SHO R TING TERMINALS
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R OUND
CHECK V O LTA GE R ATIN G T
AFE TE CO N TROL
OF THE UNIT BEFORE L Va 50:.025 COM
P OWE R Vb Vc Vcom 1A/5A COM 1A/5A COM 1A/5A COM 1A/5A COM 1A/5A COM 1A/5A COM 1A/5A COM
S GR FI GR
APP LYING P OWER . CIRCUIT BREAKER CON TA CT S
(SEE Pgs. 2-8) PH A S E PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C GROUND GROUND PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C (52a, 52b) SH
OWN FO R
VO LTA GE INPUT
S BREAKER OPEN.
CURRE N T INPUT S DIFFERE N TIAL INPUT
S

E12 CO N TRO L
GROUND DR AW OU T
P OWE R
BUS INDIC ATO R F12
B1 R TD SHIEL
D

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M OTO R A1 HOT
WINDING A2 COMPEN S ATIO N
R TD # 1 TRIP COIL E11
1
M OTO R
A3 R TD RETURN Multilin 469 SUPE R VISIO F11
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A4 COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 2
WINDING
2 A5 HOT Motor Protection System
M OTO R A6 HOT R TD # 3
S T OP
52a
WINDING A7 COMPEN S ATIO N TRIP
3 E2 COIL
A8 R TD RETURN R1 TRIP F1
M OTO R
WINDING A9 COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 4 E1
4 A10 HOT F2
M OT OR A11HOT R TD # 5 R2 A UXILIA R Y E3
WINDING A12COMPEN S ATIO N
5 F3
M OTO R A13 R TD RETUR
N
E5
WINDING A14COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 6 R3 A UXILIA R Y F4
6 A15 HOT E4
M OTO R D1 HOT R TD # 7 F5
BEARING
1
D2 COMPEN S ATIO N R4 ALARM E6 ALARM ANNUNCIATO R
D3 R TD RETURN F6
M OTO R S TA R T 52b
BEARING D4 COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 8 E8
2 D5 HOT R5 B LOC K C LOS E
S TA R T F7 COIL
PUMP D6 HOT R TD # 9 E7
BEARING D7 COMPEN S ATIO N
1 F8
D8 R TD RETURN R6 SE R VIC E E9
PUMP
BEARING D9 COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 10 F9 SELF TES T ANNUNCI
ATO R
2 D10HOT
PUMP D11HOT
CASE D12COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 11
D13R TD RETURN OUTPUT CON TA CT S
AMBIE N T D14COMPEN S ATIO NR TD # 12 SH OWN WITH ON
D15HOT CO N TROL P OWE R
INDUCTIVE/HALL EFFECT 52a
SENSOR FOR D16S TA R TER S TATU S
TA CHOMETE R
D17EMERGENCY RES TA R T FRO N T PANEL LOCA RS232
L
+24
C A UTIO N D18REM OTE RESE T PROGRAMMING POR T
D19A SSIGNABLE INPUT1
D20A SSIGNABLE INPUT2 DIGI
D21A SSIGNABLE INPUT3 T
DO N OT INJEC T D22A SSIGNABLE INPUT4 AL INPUT
V O LTA GES T O
DIGI TAL INPUT S D23COMMON
(D R Y CO N TA C T D24SWITCH +24Vdc RS232 I N TER FA C E
CONNECTIONS ONLY )
C1 A CCES S
S
C2 REL AY
1
COMPUTER
18
K EYSWITCH C3 TE S T TXD 2 2 3 RXD
FOR SETPOIN T C4 RXD 3 3 2 TXD
WIRE RS232
4 4 20
A CCES S
DCS SGND 5
6
5 7 SGND
6 6
ANA LOG I/ O 7 74
COMPUTER A UXILIA R Y 8 85
RS485 RS485 ANA LOG OUTPUT
S ANA LOG INPUT
S 9 9 22
9
- COM + - COM COM 1+ 2+ 3+ 4+ SHIELDVdc+24 9 PIN
+ 1+ 2+ 3+ 4+ COM
CONNEC T O R
D25D26D27 B2 B3 B4 A16A17A18A19A20A21A22A23A24A25A26A27 25 PIN
CONNEC T O R

120
1nF 1 20
PERSONAL
GROUND 1nF COMPUTER RS232
120 COMMUNIC ATION PO R T S
ON LY AT M AS TER DEVIC
E
1nF

HUB Ethernet
Option (T)

COMMON 120 1nF


COMMON-
RS485 THERMAL CAPA CIT Y
#1+
PO R T
1 AVG
4-20mA #2+ M OT O R M OT O R LOA D LOA D
ANA LO G S TATOR R TD s BEARING1 BEARING2 BEARING1 BEARING2
INPUT #3+
KW SELF P OWERED VIBR
ATION TRANSDUCER
S
#4+
PLC
or
COMPUTER

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Technical Specifications
PROTECTION PROTECTION INPUTS
PHASE SHORT CIRCUIT OVERVOLTAGE PHASE CURRENT INPUTS
Pickup Level: 2.0 to 20.0 x CT primary in steps of Pickup Level: 1.01 to 1.10 x rated in steps of CT Primary: 1 to 5000 A
0.1 of any one phase 0.01 any one phase CT Secondary: 1 A or 5 A (must be specified
Time Delay: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10 Time Delay: 0.1 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1 with order)
Pickup Accuracy:as per Phase Current Inputs Pickup Accuracy: as per Voltage Inputs Burden: Less than 0.2 VA at rated load
Timing Accuracy:+50 ms Timing Accuracy: @ ms or .5% of total time Conversion Range:0.05 to 20 x CT
Elements: Trip Elements: Trip and Alarm Nominal Frequency:
20 - 70 Hz
REDUCED VOLTAGE START VOLTAGE PHASE REVERSAL Frequency Range:20 - 120 Hz
Transition Level:25 to 300% FLA in steps of 1 Configuration: ABC or ACB phase rotation Accuracy: at < 2 x CT: 0.5% of 2 x CT
Transition Time: 1 to 250 s in steps of 1 Timing Accuracy: 500 to 700 ms at > 2 x CT: 1% of 20 x CT
Transition Control:
Current, Timer, Current and Timer Elements: Trip CT Withstand: 1 second at 80 x rated current
OVERLOAD/STALL PROTECTION/THERMAL MODEL FREQUENCY 2 seconds at 40 x rated current
Overload Curves:15 Standard Overload Curves, Required Voltage: > 30% of full scale in Phase A continuous at 3 x rated current
Custom Curve, Voltage Dependent Overfrequency Pkp:25.01 to 70.00 in steps of 0.01 DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT INPUTS
Custom Curve for high inertia Underfrequency Pkp:
20.00 to 60.00 in steps of 0.01 CT Primary: 1 to 5000 A
starting (all curves time out against Accuracy: .02 Hz CT Secondary: 1 A or 5 A (Set point)
average phase current) Time Delay: 0.1 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1 Burden: Less than 0.2 VA at rated load
Curve Biasing Phase Unbalance Timing Accuracy: <100 ms or .5% of total time Conversion Range:0.02 to 1 x CT primary Amps
Hot/Cold Curve Ratio Elements: Trip and Alarm Nominal Frequency:
20 - 70 Hz
Stator RTD Frequency Range:20 - 120 Hz
Running Cool Rate Accuracy: 0.5% of 1 x CT for 5 A
Stopped Cool Rate DIGITAL INPUTS 0.5% of 5 x CT for 1 A
ection Line Voltage REMOTE SWITCH CT Withstand: 1 second at 80 x rated current
Overload Pickup:1.01 to 1.25 (for service factor) Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 2 seconds at 40 x rated current
Pickup Accuracy:as per Phase Current Inputs Timing Accuracy:100 ms max. continuous at 3 x rated current
ot Timing Accuracy:@ ms or % of total time Elements: Trip and Alarm continuous at 3 x rated current
or Pr Elements: Trip and Alarm SPEED SWITCH GROUND CURRENT INPUTS
MECHANICAL JAM Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 CT Primary: 1 to 5000 A
Mot Pickup Level: 1.01 to 3.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01 Time Delay: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1 CT Secondary: 1 A or 5 A (Set point)
of any one phase, blocked on start Timing Accuracy:100 ms max. Burden: < 0.2 VA at rated load for 1 A or
Time Delay: 1 to 30 s in steps of 1 Elements: Trip 5 A < 0.25 VA for 50:025 at 25 A
Pickup Accuracy:as per Phase Current Inputs LOAD SHED Conversion Range:0.02 to 1 x CT primary Amps
Timing Accuracy:.5 s or .5% of total time Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 Nominal Frequency:
20 - 70 Hz
Elements: Trip Timing Accuracy:100 ms max. Frequency Range:20 - 120 Hz
UNDERCURRENT Elements: Trip Accuracy: 0.5% of 1 x CT for 5 A
Pickup Level: 0.01 - 0.99 x CT Trip PRESSURE SWITCH 0.5% of 5 x CT for 1 A
0.01 - 0.95 x CT Alarm in steps Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 0.125 A for 50:0.025
of 0.01 Time Delay: 0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1 CT Withstand: 1 second at 80 x rated current
Time Delay: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1 Block From Start:0 to 5000 s in steps of 1 2 seconds at 40 x rated current
Block From Start:0 to 15000 s in steps of 1 Timing Accuracy:@ ms or .5% of total time continuous at 3 x rated current
Pickup Accuracy:as per Phase Current Inputs Elements: Trip and Alarm VOLTAGE INPUTS
Timing Accuracy:.5 s or .5% of total time VIBRATION SWITCH VT Ratio: 1.00 to 150.00:1 in steps of 0.01
Elements: Trip and Alarm Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 VT Secondary: 273 V AC (full scale)
CURRENT UNBALANCE Time Delay: 0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1 Conversion Range:0.05 to 1.00 x full scale
Unbalance: I2 / I1 if Iavg > FLA Timing Accuracy:@ ms or .5% of total time Nominal Frequency:
20 - 70 Hz
I2 / I1 x Iavg / FLA if Iavg < FLA Elements: Trip and Alarm Frequency Range:20 - 120 Hz
Range: 0 to 100% UB in steps of 1 DIGITAL COUNTER Accuracy: .5% of full scale
Pickup Level: 4 to 40% UB in steps of 1 Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 Max. Continuous: 280 V AC
Time Delay: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1 Count Frequency:<50 times a second Burden: > 500 k
Pickup Accuracy:% Range: 0 to 1 000 000 000 DIGITAL INPUTS
Timing Accuracy:.5 s or 0.5% of total time Elements: Alarm Inputs: 9 opto-isolated inputs
Elements: Trip and Alarm TACHOMETER External Switch: dry contact < 400 , or open
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL Configurable: Assignable to Digital Inputs 1 to 4 collector NPN transistor from
Pickup Level: 0.05 to 1.0 x CT primary in steps of RPM Range: 100 to 7200 RPM sensor; 6 mA sinking from internal
0.01 of any one phase Pulse Duty Cycle:> 10% 4 K pull-up at 24 V DC
Time Delay: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10 Elements: Trip and Alarm with Vce < 4 V DC
Pickup Accuracy:as per Phase Differential GENERAL PURPOSE 469 Sensor Supply:
+24 V DC at 20 mA maximum
Current Inputs Configurable: Assignable Digital Inputs 1 to 4 RTD INPUTS
Timing Accuracy:+50 ms Time Delay: 0.1 to 5000.0 s in steps of 0.1 3 wire RTD Types:100 Platinum (DIN.43760),
Elements: Trip Block From Start:0 to 5000 s in steps of 1 100 Nickel,
GROUND INSTANTANEOUS Timing Accuracy:@ ms or .5% of total time 120 Nickel,
Pickup Level: 0.1 to 1.0 x CT primary Elements: Trip and Alarm 10 Copper
in steps of 0.01 RTD Sensing 5mA
Time Delay: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10 Current:
Pickup Accuracy:as per Ground Current Input Isolation: 36 Vpk (isolated with analog
Timing Accuracy:+50 ms inputs and outputs)
Elements: Trip and Alarm Range: to +250C
ACCELERATION TIMER Accuracy: C
Pickup: Transition of no phase current to Lead Resistance: 25 Max per lead for Pt and Ni
> overload pickup type 3 Max per lead for Cu type
Dropout: When current falls No Sensor: >1000
below overload pickup Short/Low Alarm::< C
Time Delay: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1 TRIP COIL SUPERVISION
Timing Accuracy:@ ms or 0.5% of total time Applicable Voltage:
20 to 300 V DC / V AC
Elements: Trip Trickle Current: 2 to 5 mA
JOGGING BLOCK ANALOG CURRENT INPUTS
Starts/Hour: 1 to 5 in steps of 1 Current Inputs: 0 to 1 mA, 0 to 20mA or
Time between 4 to 20 mA (setpoint)
Starts: 1 to 500 Input Impedance:226 H%
min. Conversion Range:0 to 21 mA
Timing Accuracy:.5 s or 0.5% of total time Accuracy: % of full scale
Elements: Block Type: passive
RESTART BLOCK Analog In Supply:+24 V DC at 100 mA maximum
Time Delay: 1 to 50000 s in steps of 1 Response Time: 100 ms
Timing Accuracy:.5 s or 0.5% of total time
Elements: Block
RTD
Pickup: 1 to 250C in steps of 1
Pickup Hysteresis:
2C
Time Delay: 3s
Elements: Trip and Alarm
UNDERVOLTAGE
Pickup Level:
Motor Starting: 0.60 to 0.99 x Rated in
steps of 0.01
Motor Running: 0.60 to 0.99 x Rated in
steps of 0.01 any one phase
Time Delay: 0.1 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
Pickup Accuracy:as per Voltage Inputs
Timing Accuracy:<100 ms or .5% of total time
Elements: Trip and Alarm

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OUTPUTS MONITORING PRODUCT TESTS
ANALOG OUTPUTS POWER FACTOR Thermal Cycling: Operational test at ambient,
Type: Active Range: 0.01 lead or lag to 1.00 reducing to 40C and then
Range: 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 1 mA (must be specifiedPickup Level: 0.99 to 0.05 in steps of 0.01, increasing to 60C
with order) Lead & Lag Dielectric Strength:2.0 kV for 1 minute from relays,
Accuracy: % of full scale Time Delay: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1 CTs, VTs, power supply to Safety
Maximum 4 to 20 mA input: 1200, Block From Start:
0 to 5000 s in steps of 1 Ground
Load: 0 to 1 mA input: 10 k Pickup Accuracy:
.02
Isolation: 36 Vpk (Isolation with RTDs and Analog Timing Accuracy:@ ms or .5% of total time
Inputs) Elements: Trip and Alarm
4 Assignable phase A current, phase B current, 3-PHASE REAL POWER TYPE TESTS
Outputs: phase C current , 3 phase average Range: 0 to kW Dielectric EN60255-5
current, ground current, phase AN (AB) Underpower Pkp: 1 to 25000 kW in steps of 1 voltage
voltage, phase BN (BC) voltage, phase CNTime Delay: 1 to 30 s in steps of 1 withstand:
(CA) voltage, 3 phase average voltage, Block From Start:
0 to 15000 s in steps of 1 Impulse EN60255-5
hottest stator RTD, hottest bearing Pickup Accuracy:
at Iavg < 2 x CT: 1% voltage
RTD,hottest other RTD, RTD # 1 to 12, of 3 x 2 x CT x VT x VT full scale at withstand:
Power factor, 3-phase Real power (kW), Iavg > 2 x CT1.5% of 3 x 20 x CT x Damped IEC61000-4-18 / IEC60255-22-1
3-phase Apparent power (kVA, 3-phase VT x VT full scale Oscillatory:
Reactive power (kvar), Thermal CapacityTiming Accuracy:.5 s or .5% of total time Electrostatic EN61000-4-2 / IEC60255-22-2
Used, Relay Lockout Time, Current Elements: Trip and Alarm Discharge:
Demand, kvar Demand, kW Demand, 3-PHASE APPARENT POWER RF immunity: EN61000-4-3 / IEC60255-22-3
kVA Demand, Motor Load, Torque Motor Range: 0 to 65535 kVA at Iavg < 2 x CT: Fast Transient EN61000-4-4 / IEC60255-22-4
Load, Torque % of 3 x 2 x CT x VT x VT Disturbance: ection
OUTPUT RELAYS full scale at Iavg > 2 x CT.5% of Surge EN61000-4-5 / IEC60255-22-5
Configuration:6 Electromechanical Form C 3 x 20 x CT x VT x VT full scale Immunity:
Contact silver alloy CT x VT x VTfull scale Conducted RF EN61000-4-6 / IEC60255-22-6 ot
Material: 3-PHASE REACTIVE POWER Immunity: or Pr
Operate Time: 10 ms Range: 0 to kW Radiated & CISPR11 / CISPR22 / IEC60255-25
Max ratings for 100000 operations Pickup Level: to 25000 kW in steps of 1 Conducted
Emissions: Mot
M/C M/C BREAK MAX Time Delay: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 1
VOLTAGE Sinusoidal IEC60255-21-1
CONT. 0.2 SEC. LOAD Block From Start:
0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
DC
30 VDC 10 A 30A 10 A 300 W Pickup at Iavg < 2 x CT: 1% of ?3 x 2 x CT xVibration:
Accuracy:
125 VDC 10 A 30A 0.5 A 62.5 W VT x VTfull scale at Iavg > 2 x CT: Voltage Dip & IEC61000-4-11
Resistive interruption:
250 VDC 10 A 30A 0.3 A 75 W .5% of 3 x 20 x CT x VT x VT
DC 30 VDC 10 A 30A 5 A 150 W full scale Ingress IEC60529
Inductive 125 VDC 10 A 30A 0.25 A 31.3 W Timing Accuracy:
@ ms or .5% of total time Protection:
L/R = 40 ms250 VDC 10 A 30A 0.15 A 37.5 W Elements: Trip and Alarm Environmental IEC60068-2-1
120 VAC 10 A 30A 10 A 2770 VA OVERTORQUE (Cold):
AC Resistive Pickup Level: 1.0 to 999999.9 Nm/ftlb in steps of Environmental IEC60068-2-2
250 VAC 10 A 30A 10 A 2770 VA
120 VAC 10 A 30A 4 A 480 VA 0.1; torque unit is selectable under (Dry heat):
ACInductive
P.F. = 0.4 250 VAC 10 A 30A 3 A 750 VA torque setup ESD: IEEE / ANSIC37.90.3
Time Delay: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1 Safety: UL508 / UL C22.2-14 / UL1053
Pickup Accuracy:
.0%
POWER SUPPLY Time Accuracy: @ ms or 0.5% of total time
CERTIFICATION
CONTROL POWER Elements: Alarm (INDUCTION MOTORS ONLY)
ISO: Manufactured under an ISO9001 registered
Options: LO / HI (must be specified with order) METERED REAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION system.
LO Range: DC: 20 to 60 V DC AC: 20 to 48 V Description: Continuous total real power
consumption CE: EN60255-5 / EN60255-27 / EN61010-1 /
AC at 48 to 62 Hz EN50263
Hi Range: DC: 90 to 300 V DC Range: 0 to 999999.999 MWhours. cULus: UL508 / UL1053 / C22.2.No 14
AC: 70 to 265 V AC at 48 to 62 Hz Timing Accuracy:
.5%
Power: 45 VA (max), 25 VA typical Update Rate: 5 seconds
Proper operation time without supply voltage: 30 ms METERED REACTIVE ENERGY CONSUMPTION
Description: Continuous total reactive power ENVIRONMENTAL
consumption Temperature Range:
COMMUNICATIONS Range: 0 to 999999.999 Mvarhours Operating: -40 C to +60 C
RS232 Port: 1, Front Panel, non-isolated Timing Accuracy:
.5% Ambient Storage: -40 C to +80 C
RS485 Ports: 2, Isolated together at 36 Vpk Update Rate: 5 seconds Ambient Shipping:-40 C to +80 C
Baud Rates: RS485: 300 - 19,200 Baud METERED REACTIVE POWER GENERATION Humidity: Operating up to 95% (non
programmable parity RS232: 9600 Description: Continuous total reactive power condensing) @ 55C
Parity: None, Odd, Even generation Pollution degree: 2
Protocol: Modbus RTU / half duplex Range: 0 to 2000000.000 Mvarhours IP Rating: IP40 (front), IP20 (back)
Ethernet Port:10BaseT, RJ45 Connector, Timing Accuracy:
.5%
ModBus RTU over TCP/IP Update Rate: 5 seconds

Please refer to Multilin 469 Motor Protection System Instruction Manual for complete technical specifications

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469 | Basic Unit
P1 1 A phase CT secondaries
P5 5 A phase CT secondaries
LO DC: 24 - 60 V; AC: 20 - 48 V @ 48 -62 Hz control power
HI DC: 90 - 300 V; AC: 70 - 265 V @ 48 -62 Hz control power
A1 0 - 1 mA analog outputs
A20 4 - 20 mA analog outputs
D DeviceNet
E Enhanced front panel
T Enhanced front panel with Ethernet 10BaseT option
H Harsh (Chemical) Environment Conformal Coating

ection

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or Pr

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