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Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 and E3 Plus Give your motor a health check with the

Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 and E3 Plus

Give your motor a health check with the E3

Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 and E3 Plus Give your motor a health check with the
Complete Automation is the solution from Rockwell Automation, that keeps you ahead of changing markets. Our

Complete Automation is the solution from Rockwell Automation, that keeps you ahead of changing markets. Our core competence is supplying solutions to ensure our customers are successful.

Complete Automation Your connection to a better solution

• These days our customers expect more than just first class products, they also expect • More flexible manufacturing Higher productivity Lower total costs We at Rockwell Automation understand these requirements and offer a solution with «Complete Automation». • An example of Complete Automation can be seen within the design concept behind the new MCS Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 and E3 Plus. They open up new possibilities in the field of true Motor Management and lead to increased productivity and competitiveness for our customers.

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Motor Management – Total control, complete flexibility

• Motors are the modern day workhorse of today’s demanding industrial automation environments. With the variety of applications today it is important to make the right decisions to optimise the operation and protection of the motors used within a process. • With a modular and flexible motor management program, Rockwell Automation offers you a wide range of control, switching and protection devices, with the latter further enhanced by the introduction of the new E3 and E3 Plus ranges. • Part of the comprehensive Modular Control System (MCS) the E3 range combines both protection, and control by incorporating in-built communications, to offer a comprehensive, economic solution.

See how the E3 range can increase the productivity of your application

Comprehensive protective functions integrated in one compact device

• You can now increase the performance, operational reliability and efficiency of your automated systems with the Electronic Motor Protection Relay E3, because the protection, warning, and diagnostic functions are integrated in a single compact device. • Utilising the most advanced semiconductor technology allows integration of many functions into a very compact housing. Minimal space requirements and the possibility of direct connection to the relevent contactor, combined with high functionality leads to

lower installation and operational costs.

Intelligent communication provides predictive maintenance possibilities

• The E3 devices collect, control and communicate important motor status and data via the in-built DeviceNet connection. • The intelligence gathered from the motor is transmitted via the communications network, allowing users to use this information as part of a predictive maintenance program, by recognising and reporting potential faults prior to affecting production. • This early warning facility helps reduce costly plant downtime and unplanned maintenance work.

TM 3
TM
3

Busbar for direct contactor mounting

LED display network status

LED status display outlets

LED status display inlets

Control terminal

LED display triggering/warning Test/Reset button DeviceNet connection Motor connection terminals
LED display
triggering/warning
Test/Reset button
DeviceNet connection
Motor connection terminals
Busbar for direct contactor mounting LED display network status LED status display outlets LED status display
Only 45 mm wide (up to 45A)
Only 45 mm wide (up to 45A)

Patented, new current sensing technology

The E3 relays combine the technologies of Hall Effect Current sensing with signal processing and software algorithms to produce a precise real time measurement of the motor phase and fault currents.

With the E3 and E3 Plus, two versions of the motor protection relays are available from which you can choose the appropriate device for your application.

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E3 compared with E3 Plus Characteristics E3 E3 Plus Thermal overload protection Phase failure protection Stall/High
E3 compared with E3 Plus
Characteristics
E3
E3 Plus
Thermal overload protection
Phase failure protection
Stall/High overload during Start
Jam/High overload during operation
Underload protection
Asymmetry protection
Warning functions
Number of Inputs
Number of Outputs
Ground fault protection
Thermistor input
Device Net comunication
2
4
1
2

Economic Motor Management thanks to innovative technology and compact dimensions

Innovative technology provide a complete solution

• By using Hall Effect current sensing technology extremely compact devices are possible to reduce the overall size of control panels. With a footprint of only 45mm wide for devices up to 45 Amps, the E3 set new standards in the design of compact starters.

• Thanks to the hall effect technology, the current recording over a wide frequency range is exact and allows a maximum use of the motor.

Economic Motor Management thanks to innovative technology and compact dimensions Innovative technology provide a complete solution

Ground Fault Protection effectively limits potential damage

• Most of the insulation defects in motors lead to faults to earth, with the danger of damage to both the motor and the installation. • The Ground Fault Protection of the E3 relay recognises these faults immediately therefore limiting the potential damage that could occur. • The installation of a separate Core Balanced transformer to evaluate fault currents is not necessary as this is already included in the E3 Plus device.

Enhanced Motor Protection in arduous applications via direct temperature monitoring

• In addition to overload protection, the E3 Plus has a PTC Thermistor input, for the direct connection of the temperature sensor that monitors the temperature of a motor, or any other temperature critical object. • Precise temperature monitoring can be important for:

  • - Motors and Transformars

  • - Bearings and Machines

  • - Heating Elements

  • - Gases and cooling liquids

• External influences such as increased ambient temperature due to broken or blocked ventilation can be detected before damage can occur.

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Ethernet

ControlNet

DeviceNet

DeviceNet is officially accepted as a European standard. More to it on page 27

Simple and safe device programming

• With the on-board Communication facilities of the E3, motor data as well as the parameters of the protective, warning and diagnostic features of the device can be entered via PC or laptop.

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Reduce your overall costs with DeviceNet

• Low costs per Node and simple integration • Reduced planning costs • Reduced installation and wiring costs • Reduced commissioning time and overall costs • Greatly enhanced diagnostics with intelligent devices • Advanced warning and alarming possibilities • Fast trouble shooting, reduced maintenance costs • Reduced CAPEX • Reduced OPEX

DeviceNet advantages

ADR (Auto Device Replacement) means that in the event of a fai-

 

lure in a Networked component, the scanner will automatically download the existing Device paramenters to its replacement. Autobaud functionality reduces the time required for node commissioning. A choice of communication type such as polling (I/O polling), cyclic, or COS (change of state) offers transmission processing tailored to the application and helps to optimise the data traffic. Off line node recovery permits the configuration of a number of devices in a network at the same time. The object oriented configuration allows simple upload and download device and parameter data. (EDS = electronic data sheet) The device configuration can easily be checked Configuration via RSNetworx TM for DeviceNet

You get more out of your installation with communication over DeviceNet

Monitor your motor over DeviceNet and improve the performance of the installation

• The Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 provide important information about the motor operating performance and the installation over DeviceNet. • Prewarning of failures can be initiated to avoid unplanned operation break down.

Tailor made protection

• The easy to set parameters for a vast array of alarming, trending and diagnostic data allows you to optimise each application.

You get more out of your installation with communication over DeviceNet Monitor your motor over DeviceNet
You get more out of your installation with communication over DeviceNet Monitor your motor over DeviceNet

Motor diagnostic information helps you avoid unnecessary down time

• Comprehensive diagnostic information simplifies predictive maintenance programmes. • The ability to monitor an overload situation and provide «Time to Trip» and «Time to Reset» information helps reduce the cost associated with lost production. • Early warning of potential problems can optimise the overall running of an installation. • Expensive plant and machinery repairs can be avoided. • In the event of a problem arising with your motor, the E3 will let you know !!!

Network connectivity made easy

• No additional comunication and interface modules are required with the E3 Electronic Overload Relay. • Direct connection to DeviceNet is simple and uncomplicated, with the power supply to the device derived from the DeviceNet communication cable.

You get more out of your installation with communication over DeviceNet Monitor your motor over DeviceNet

Integrated I/O, simplified control

• Integrated Inputs and Outputs within the E3 Electronic Overload Relay simplify control design and wiring. • Status information from devices such as Circuit Breakers can be taken directly into the E3 Inputs (Breaker On, Off, Tripped, etc) • Control of devices such as contactor coils, actuators, indicator lamps, etc can be driven directly from the E3 outputs. • Configuration with RSNetworx TM for DeviceNet.

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Starter 11 kW 23 A / 400 V AC Coordination Type 2

Reduced space, high functionality

3 Component starter using the:

• Circuit Breaker140M for increased short circuit protection. • 100C Contactors for reliable motor switching. • E3 Electronic Motor Protection Relay for comprehensive motor protection, with comprehensive warning and diagnostic functionality and in-built communication facilility.

St arter 11 kW 23 A / 400 V AC Coordination Type 2 Reduced space, high

Reduce panel space with Rockwell Automation solutions

Compact starters reduce the overall size of enclosures

• Designed as a system to save overall panel space. • Modular approach of the MCS range means that high packing density reduces panel space whilst increasing performance.

Intelligent, compact and high performance starters from Rockwell Automation

Simple and fast starter assembly

• The E3 fits perfectly to the Allen Bradley contactor range and are interlocked with the yellow connection wedge to ensure mechanical reliability. • Further connection modules are available for fast and error free connection of the contactor and the circuit breaker.

Intelligent, compact and high performance starters from Rockwell Automation Simple and fast starter assembly • The

Fast and simple separate mounting

• The E3 can be mounted separately via a mounting bracket, which can be snapped onto a DIN rail or alternatively screw fixed on to a panel backplate. The panel adapter also provides finger protection thus eliminating the risk of accidental contact.

Programming on site

• The E3 device can be programmed via a hand held programming device. This unit can also be used in conjunction with an adapter to allow the device to installed in the front of a control panel, such as an MCC cubicle.

Intelligent, compact and high performance starters from Rockwell Automation Simple and fast starter assembly • The

Smart starter solutions to meet the needs of today and tomorrow.

• The Modular construction of the MCS range simplifies the design and construction of modern starter solutions. • A complete range of connection modules, compact busbars and accessories ease the construction of starters to conform with EN 60439. • Easy, fast and error free assembly has now become a reality with the MCS range.

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E3 and E3 Plus complete the pioneer Modular Control System MCS

MCS offers you more freedom of choice

You have the unique choice:

Short Circuit Protection

  • With circuit breakers 140M

  • With fuses • Motor Protection

  • With electronic motor protection relays E3

  • With electronic motor protection relays E1/E2

  • With circuit breakers 140M

  • With thermal motor protection relays 193-T Transformer Protection

  • With circuit breakers 140M • Short Circuit Coordination

MCS-the perfect fit…

Type «1» Type «2»
  • Type «1»

Type «2»

• All MCS components match both mechanically and electrically

Mounting

to make assembly error free.

  • On top hat rail

On bus bar

On top hat rail On bus bar

• A consistent 9 mm design grid throughout simplifies planning

  • On mounting plates

and installation.

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Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Bulletin 193-EC Motor Protection Bulletin 193-EC Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 and E3 Plus • Programmable

Bulletin 193-EC Electronic Motor Protection Relays E3 and E3 Plus

• Programmable Trip and Warnings Settings Adjustable Trip Class (5…30) PTC Thermistor Input (E3 Plus) Low-Level
Programmable Trip and Warnings Settings
Adjustable Trip Class (5…30)
PTC Thermistor Input (E3 Plus)
Low-Level Ground (Earth) Fault Protection (E3
Plus)
Ground Fault Range 1…5 A
Integrated I/O’s (additional to Tripping Relays)
E3: 2 Inputs / 1 Output
E3 Plus: 4 Inputs / 2 Outputs
Test/Reset Button
LED Indicators
• Diagnostic Functions (History of Last 5 Trips)
• DeviceNet™ Communication

Table of Contents

Description

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Description

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Product Overview

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12

Specifications

15

Product Selection

14

Approximate Dimensions

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Description

The E3 Overload Relay is a multi-function, solid-state microprocessor-based electronic overload relay for the protection of single- or three-phase squirrel-cage induction motors. In addition to providing ambient compensated overload protection, the E3 Overload Relay also includes advanced features such as warning diagnostics, variable frequency and true RMS current sensing, I/O capabilities, and direct DeviceNet connestivity. The E3 Plus Overload Relay offers the added features of zero sequence (core balance) ground fault protection, PTC thermistor input, and additional I/O capabilites.

Conformity to Standards:

Protective / Warning Functions:

Your order must include:

Cat. No. of the overload relay selected. If required, Cat. No. of any accessories.

IEC 947-4 CSA 22.2 No. 14 UL 508 UL 1053

Approvals:

CE CSA Certified UL Listed PTB (planned, but not available at time of printing)

Thermal overload Phase loss Ground fault Stall/High overload during start Jam /High overload during run Underload PTC Current imbalance

Trip only

E3 Plus

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Product Overview

Product Configurations

Phase Loss

The E3 Overload Relay is available in two configurations: the E3 and E3 Plus. The following table illustrates the functional differences between the two:

Feature

E3

E3 Plus

Inputs

2

 

Outputs

1

 

Thermistor Input

No

Yes

Ground Fault Protection

No

Yes

Thermal Overload

Thermal Utilization

The E3 Overload Relay offers configurable phase loss protection in allowing the installer to enable or disable the function plus set a time delay setting, adjustable from 1.0 to 25.0 seconds. The trip level is factory-set at a current imbalance measurement of 100 %.

  • 4 Ground (Earth) Fault

  • 2 The E3 Plus Overload Relay incorporates a zero sequence (core balance) current transformer into its design for low level (arcing) ground fault detection. Class 1 ground fault protection is provided per UL 1053. Trip and warning settings are adjustable from 1.0 to 5.0 Amps. Note: The E3 Plus Overload Relay is not a Ground Fault Circuit- Interrupter for pesonnel protection as defined in article 100 of the U.S. National Electric Code. Stall Stall is defined as a condition where the motor is not able to reach full-speed operation in the appropriate amount of time required by the application. This can result in motor overheating as current draw is in excess of the motor’s full load current rating. The E3 Overload Relay provides user-adjustable stall protection. The trip setting has a range of 100 to 600 % FLA, and the enable time is adjustable up to 0 and 250 seconds.

The E3 Overload Relay provides overload protection through true RMS current measurement of the individual phase currents of the connected motor. Based on this information, a thermal model is calculated which simulates the actual heating of the motor. Percent of thermal capacity utilization (% TCU) reports this calculated value and can be read via the DeviceNet network. An overload trip occurs when the value reaches 100 %.

Adjustable Settings

Thermal overload protection setup is accomplished simply by

programming the motor’s full load current rating (FLA) and the

desired trip class (5

...

30).

Programming of the actual values through

software programming ensures the accuracy of the protection.

Thermal Memory

The E3 Overload Relay includes a thermal memory circuit designed to approximate the thermal decay for a trip class 30 setting. This means that the thermal model of the connected motor is maintained at all times, even if the supply power is removed.

Jam (Overcurrent)

The E3 Overload Relay can respond quickly to takeamotor off-line in the event of a mechanical jam, thereby reducing the potential for damage to the motor and the power transmission components.

Trip adjustments include a trip setting adjustable from 50 to 600 % FLA and a trip delay time with a range of 0.1 to 25.0 seconds. A separate warning setting is adjustable from 50 to 600 % FLA.

Reset Modes

Flexibility is afforded the end-user in the ability to select between manual and automatic reset for an overload trip, allowing for broad application. The point of reset is user adjustable from 1 to 100 % TCU.

Time to Trip

During an overload condition, the E3 Overload Relay provides an estimated time to trip that is accessible via the DeviceNet network. This allows corrective action to be taken so that production may continue uninterrupted.

Time to Reset

Following an overload trip, the E3 Overload Relay will not reset until the calculated percentage of thermal capacity utilization falls below the reset level. As this value decays, the time to reset, which is accessible via the DeviceNet network, is reported.

Thermal Warning

The E3 and E30 Plus Overload Relay provides the capability to alert in the event of an impending overload trip. A thermal warning bit is set in the Warning Status word when the calculated percentage of thermal capacity utilization exceeds the programmed thermal warning level, which has a setting range of 0 to 100 % TCU.

Underload (Undercurrent)

A sudden drop in motor current can signal conditions such as

Pump cavitation

Tool breakage

Belt breakage

For these instances, rapid fault detection can help minimize damage

and aid in reducing production downtime.

Additionally, monitoring for an underload event can provide enhanced protection for motors that are cooled by the medium handled (e.g., submersible pump that pumps water). Such motors can become overheated despite being underloaded. This can result from an absence or an insufficient amount of the medium (due to clogged filters, closed valves, etc.).

The E3 Overload Relay offers underload trip and warning settings adjustable from 50 to 100 % FLA. The trip function also includes a trip delay time with a range of 0.1 to 25.0 seconds.

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Product Overview

Over-temperature Protection

The E3 Plus Overload Relay provides motor over-temperature pro- tection with the added provisions for terminating and monitoring of stator winding-embedded positive temperature coefficient (PTC) thermistors. PTC thermistors are semiconductors that exhibit a large increase in resistance when the rated response temperature is ex- ceeded. When the monitored PTC thermistor resistance exceeds the response level of the E3 Plus Overlaod Relay (3400 ), it can be set to trip immediately or programmed to set the PTC bit of the Warning Status word.

Current Imbalance (Asymmetry)

The E3 Plus Overload Relay offers current imbalance trip and warn- ing settings adjustable from 10 to 100 %. The trip function also in- cludes a trip delay time witharange of 0.1 to 25.0 seconds.

Current Monitoring Functions

The E3 Overload Relay allows the user to monitor the following operational data over the DeviceNet network:

Individual phase currents (in amperes)

Individual phase currents (as a percentage of motor full load

current) Average current (in amperes)

Average current (as a percentage of motor full load current)

Percentage of thermal capacity utilized

Current imbalance percentage

Ground fault current (E3 Plus: in amperes)

Diagnostic Functions

The E3 Overload Relay allows the user to monitor the following diagnostic information over the DeviceNet network:

Device status

Trip status

Warning status

Time to an overload trip

Time to reset after an overload trip

History of past five trips.

Status Indicators

The E3 Overload Relay provides the following LED indicators:

Network Status: This green/red LED indicates the status of the network connection.

TRIP/WARN: This LED flashes an amber code under a warning condition and a red code when tripped.

OUT A and OUT B: These amber LEDs illuminate when the output contacts are commanded closed.

IN 1…4: These amber LEDs illuminate when the user-connected device contact is closed.

Note: IN 3, IN 4 and OUT B are available only on the E3 Plus Over- load Relay.

Inputs/Outputs

Inputs allow for the connection of such devices as contactor and disconnect auxiliary contacts, pilot devices, limit switches and float switches. Input status can be monitored via the network and mapped to a controller’s input image table. Inputs are rated 24 VDC and are current sinking. Power for the inputs is sourced from the DeviceNet network connection with convenient customer terminations at control terminals 5 and 6. Relay contact outputs can be controlled via the network for performing such tasks as contactor operation.

Test / Reset Button

The Test/reset button located on the front of the E3 Overload Relay allows the user to perform the following:

Test: The trip relay contact will open if the E3 Overload Relay is in an un-tripped condition and the Test/Reset button is pressed.

Reset: The trip relay contact will close if the E3 Overload Relay is in a tripped condition, supply voltage is present, and the Test/Reset button is pressed.

Single / Three-Phase Operation

The E3 Overload Relay can be applied to three-phase as well as single-phase applications. A programming parameter is provided for selection between single- and three-phase operation. Straight- through wiring is afforded in both cases.

DeviceNet Communications

The E3 Overload Relay is a Group 2 “slave only” device and supports the following:

Polled I/O messaging

Change-of-state/cyclic messaging

Explicit messaging

Group 4-Off-line node recovery messaging

Full parameter object support

Auto-baud network rate identification

Configuration consistency value

Catalog Number Explanation

193

-

EC1

Bulletin

Number

Type

EC1 E3 EC2 E3 Plus

B B Current Rating Contactor Size [A] Bulletin 100-C A 1…5 B C09…C23 B 3…15 D
B
B
Current Rating
Contactor Size
[A]
Bulletin 100-C
A
1…5
B C09…C23
B 3…15
D C30…C43
C
5…25
E C60…C85
D
9…45

E18…90

For applications > 90 A, consult your local Rockwell Automation sales office.

Further informations concerning the use and the start up of the E3 Overload Relay is described in the user manual. The pdf-file of the user manual is available under www.ab.com\manuals.

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Product Selection

Bulletin 193-EC1 Electronic Motor Protection Relays – Direct Contactor Mount to Contactor 100-C

2 Inputs

1 Outputs

Mounts to Contactor

Adjustment Range [A]

Cat. No.

100-C09…100-C23

1…5

193-EC1AB

100-C09…100-C23

3…15

193-EC1BB

100-C09…100-C23

5…25

193-EC1CB

100-C30…100-C43

1…5

193-EC1AD

100-C30…100-C43

3…15

193-EC1BD

100-C30…100-C43

5…25

193-EC1CD

100-C30…100-C43

9…45

193-EC1DD

100-C60…100-C85

9…45

193-EC1DE

100-C60…100-C85

18…90

193-EC1EE

Bulletin 193-EC2 Electronic Motor Protection Relays – Direct Contactor Mount to Contactor 100-C

4 Inputs

2 Outputs

Built-in Ground Fault Sensor

PTC Thermistor Input

Mounts to Contactor

Adjustment Range [A]

Cat. No.

100-C09…100-C23

1…5

193-EC2AB

100-C09…100-C23

3…15

193-EC2BB

100-C09…100-C23

5…25

193-EC2CB

100-C30…100-C43

1…5

193-EC2AD

100-C30…100-C43

3…15

193-EC2BD

100-C30…100-C43

5…25

193-EC2CD

100-C30…100-C43

9…45

193-EC2DD

100-C60…100-C85

9…45

193-EC2DE

100-C60…100-C85

18…90

193-EC2EE

Accessories

Description For use with Package Qty. Cat. No.

Description

For use with

Package Qty.

Cat. No.

 

193-EC __B

   

193-ECPM1

DIN Rail/Panel Adapter

193-EC

D

  • 1 193-ECPM2

 

__

193-EC __E

 

193-ECPM3

Programming and Control Terminal 193-EC __ 1 193-PCT

Programming and Control Terminal

193-EC __

   
  • 1 193-PCT

3 m Communication Cable 10 m Communication Cable

193-PCT

   

193-C30

  • 1 193-C100

  • 120 V Supply

   

2707-PS120

  • 220 V Supply

193-PCT

 
  • 1 2707-PS220

Door Mounting Kit

193-PCT

   
  • 1 1201-DMA

For applications requiring trip class settings greater than class 20, consult your local Rockwell Automation sales office for proper contactor selection.

For applications greater than 90 A, consult your local Rockwell Automation sales office. The electronic motor protection relay can be mounted separately to top-hat rail EN 50 02-35.

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Main Circuits

   

Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D

Cat. No. 193-EC_E

Rated Insulation Voltage (U i )

 

690 VAC

Rated Impulse Strength (U imp )

 

6 kVAC

Rated Operating Voltage (U e ) IEC/UL

 

690 VAC / 600 VAC

Rated Frequency

 

20…250 Hz

Terminal Cross-Sections

 
Terminal Cross-Sections
 
Terminal Cross-Sections

Terminal Type

 

M5

 

M8

Terminal Screws

Flexible-Stranded

   

with Ferrule

 

1 x 2.5…16 mm 2

  • 1 x 4…35 mm 2

Torque

2.5

Nm

4

Nm

Flexible-Stranded

   

with Ferrule

 

2x6…10 mm 2

  • 2 x 4…25 mm 2

Torque

3.4

Nm

4

Nm

Stranded/Solid

Torque

 

1 x 2.5…25 mm 2 / 14…6 AWG

1 x 4…50 mm 2 / 12…1 AWG

  • 2.5 Nm / 22 lb-in

  • 4 Nm/35 lb-in

Stranded/Solid

Torque

 

2x6…16 mm 2 / 10…6 AWG

1x4…35 mm 2 / 6…2 AWG

  • 3.4 Nm / 30 lb-in

  • 4 Nm/35 lb-in

Pozidriv Screwdriver Size

 

2

 

Slotted Screwdriver

 

1x6mm

 

Hexagon Socket Size SW

 

4

mm

Maximum Heat Dissipation

 

Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D

Cat. No. 193-EC_E

E3

  • 3.83 W

4.43

W

E3 Plus

  • 4.53 W

5.13

W

Bulletin 193-EC Motor Protection Specifications Main Circuits Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D Cat. No. 193-EC_E Rated Insulation

Current Reporting Accuracy

Phase Currents:

 

100 % min. FLA Setting Value… 720 % max. FLA Setting Value 50 %…100 % min. FLA Setting Value

+/- 5 % +/- 10 %

Ground Current (0.5…9.0 A)

+/- 10 %

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Control Circuits

 

Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D

Cat. No. 193-EC_E

Power Supply Ratings

Rated Supply Voltage (U s )

24 VDC (supply via DeviceNet connection)

 

Operating Range

 

11…25 VDC

Power Consumption

 
 

E3

3.2

Watts

E3 Plus

3.9

Watts

Output Relay Ratings

   

Form A

Type of Contacts

SPDT–NO

Rated Insulation Voltage (U i )

300

VAC

Rated Operating Voltage (U e )

250

VAC

Rated Operating Current (I e )

5 A

Minimum Operating Current

 

10 mA @ 5 VDC

Switching Capacity

according to UL/CSA B300 according to IEC AC-15

 

Resistive Load Rating (cos ϕ = 1.0)

  • 5 A, 250 VAC / 5 A, 30 VDC

 

Inductive Load Rating (cos ϕ = 0.4) (L/R = 7 ms)

  • 2 A, 250 VAC/2A, 30 VDC

 

Input Ratings

Supply Voltage

24 VDC ± 10 % (provided by E3 and E3 Plus)

 

Thermistor/PTC Input Ratings

Max. No. of Sensors in Series

 

6

Max. Cold Resistance of PTC Sensor Chain

 

1500

Trip Resistance

3400

Ω ± 150

Reset Resistance

1600

Ω ± 100

Short-Circuit Trip Resistance

 

25 Ω ± 10

UL Short-Circuit Ratings

Cat. No.

High available Short-Circuit Current [kA]

Maximum Voltage [V]

193-EC_B

5

600

193-EC_D

5

600

193-EC_E

5

600

IEC Short-Circuit Ratings

Cat. No.

Rated Short-Circuit Current I q [kA]

Maximum Voltage [V]

193-EC_B

100

690

193-EC_D

100

690

193-EC_E

100

690

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Control Circuits, Continued

 

Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D

Cat. No. 193-EC_E

Thermistor/PTC Input Ratings, Continued

Maximum Voltage PTC Terminals (R PTC =4k)

7.5 VDC

Maximum Voltage PTC Terminals (R PTC = open)

30 VDC

Response Time

500 ms

 
-20 C TNF-20K TNF+15K 0 C TNF- 5K TNF+ 5K
-20 C
TNF-20K
TNF+15K
0 C
TNF- 5K
TNF+ 5K

4000

1330

550

250

100

20

10

TNF

PTC-Sensor Characteristic

According to IEC 34-11-2

Control and DeviceNet Terminal Cross-Sections

Terminal Screws

M3

Flexible-Stranded with

 

Ferrule

1x0.25…2.5 mm 2

Torque

0.55

Nm

Flexible-Stranded with

 

Ferrule

2 x 0.5…0.75 mm 2

Torque

0.55

Nm

Coarse-Stranded/Solid

1 x 0.2…4.0 mm 2 / 24…12 AWG

Torque

0.55

Nm / 5 lb-in

Coarse-Stranded/Solid

2 x 0.2…1.5 mm 2 / 24…16 AWG

Torque

0.55

Nm / 5 lb-in

Slotted Screwdriver

0.6x3.5 mm

Electromagnetic Compatibility Ratings

Immunity–

Electrostatic Discharge

8 kV Air Discharge, 6 kV Contact Discharge (Class A)

RF Immunity

10 V/m (Class A)

Electrical Fast Transient/Burst

4 kV (Power), 2 kV (Control + Communication) (Class A)

Surge

2 kV (L-E), 1 kV (L-L) (Class A)

Emissions –

Radiated Emissions

Class A

Conducted Emissions

Class A

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Environmental Ratings

 

Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D

Cat. No. 193-EC_E

Ambient Temperature

 

Storage

-40 °C…85 °C (-40 °F…185 °F)

Operating (open)

-20 °C…55 °C (-4 °F…131 °F)

Operating (closed)

-20 °C…40 °C (-4 °F…104 °F)

Humidity

 

Operating Damp Heat– Steady-State

5 %…95 % non-condensing 92 % relative humidity, 40 °C (104 °F), 56 days

(per IEC 68-2-3) Damp Heat– Cyclic (per IEC 68-2-30)

93 % relative humidity, 25 °C/40 °C (77 °F/104 °F), 21 cycles

Vibration (according to IEC 68-2-6)

3 G

Shock (according to IEC 68-2-27)

30 G

Protection Class

 

193-ECxxx

1P20

General

Approximate Weights

 

0.80 kg

 

1.23 kg

(1.77 lb)

(2.71 lb)

Standards

 

IEC 947, CSA C22.2 Nr.14, DIN VDE 0660, EN 60 947, UL 508, UL 1053

 

Approvals

 

CE, CSA, PTB (pending), UL

 

Protection and Warning Summary

 
           

Inhibit Time Settings

Protective

Trip Enable

Warning

Trip Level Settings

Trip Delay Settings

Warning Level Settings

 

 

Function

Factory

Factory

Range

Default

Range

Default

Range

Factory

Default

Range

 

Factory

Default

Default

Default

[sec]

[sec]

[sec]

[sec]

 

enabled

disabled

1.0…2250A

Trip Class

Trip Class

0…100 %

85

%

 

Thermal Overload

5…30

10

TCU

   

Phase Loss

enabled

0.1…25.0

1.0

0…250

 

0

Ground (Earth)

disabled

 

disabled

1.0…5.0 A

2.5 A

0.1…25.0

0.5

1.0…5.0 A

2.0 A

0…250

 

10

Fault

Stall

                   

(High Overload

During Start)

disabled

100…600

%FLA

600

% FLA

0…250

10

 

Jam (High

   

50…600

     

50…600 %

     

Overload During

Run)

disabled

disabled

% FLA

250 % FLA

0.1…25.0

5.0

FLA

150 % FLA

0…250

 

10

     

50…100

     

50…100 %

     

Underload

disabled

disabled

% FLA

50 % FLA

0.1…25.0

5.0

FLA

70 % FLA

0…250

 

10

PTC-Thermistor

disabled

disabled

 

Current

                   

Imbalance

disabled

disabled

10…100 %

35 %

0.1…25.0

5.0

10…100 %

20

%

0…250

 

10

(Assymetry)

   

Comm Fault

enabled

disabled

 

Comm Idle

disabled

disabled

 

Inhibit Time settings are used for both trip and warning functions.

The FLA Setting range of 1.0…2250 A is covered by 13 frame sizes. Default values are dependent upon rating of the product.

Phase loss trip level is set at a current imbalance greater than or equal to 100 % and is not user-adjustable.

Stall Protection is only applicable to the motor starting sequence.

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Time/Current Trip Curves

E3 + E3 Plus Trip Class 5

cold hot Rated Current [A] Time [seconds]
cold
hot
Rated Current [A]
Time [seconds]

E3 + E3 Plus Trip Class 20

cold hot Time [seconds]
cold
hot
Time [seconds]

Rated Current [A]

E3 + E3 Plus Trip Class 10

cold hot Rated Current [A] Time [seconds]
cold
hot
Rated Current [A]
Time [seconds]

E3 + E3 Plus Trip Class 30

cold hot Time [seconds]
cold
hot
Time [seconds]

Rated Current [A]

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Typical Wiring Schematics – IEC

Single-Phase

Three-phase

1 A1 K1 A2 2 T1 T2 T3 M
1
A1
K1
A2
2
T1
T2
T3
M
1 3 5 2 4 6 T1 T2 T3 M
1
3
5
2
4
6
T1
T2
T3
M
  • 3 A1

5

K1

  • 4 A2

6

L1 13 E3 Out A 14 95 E3 Trip Relay 96 A1 K A2 N
L1
13
E3
Out A
14
95
E3
Trip Relay
96
A1
K
A2
N

Contact shown with supply voltage applied

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Specifications

Typical Wiring Schematics – IEC

Example: Reversing Starter Application

Main Circuit

Control Circuit

Communication

black blue shield white red
black
blue
shield
white
red
Bulletin 193-EC Motor Protection Specifications Typical Wiring Schematics – IEC Example: Reversing Starter Application Main Circuit

shield

Bulletin 193-EC Motor Protection Specifications Typical Wiring Schematics – IEC Example: Reversing Starter Application Main Circuit

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Approximate Dimensions

Approximate dimensions are shown in mm (inches). Dimensions are not to be used for manufacturing purposes.

Bulletin 109 Starter Approximate Dimensions A H øD D2 D1 E2 B B1 E1 C
Bulletin 109 Starter Approximate Dimensions
A
H
øD
D2
D1
E2
B
B1
E1
C

J

E3 + E3 Plus

Cat. No.

Contactor

Width

Height

 

Depth

             

Cat. No.

A

B

B1

C

E1

E2

D1

D2

H

J

ØD

193-EC_

100-C09,

45

188.3

145.1

107

11.4

67.9

60

35

85.1

2

Ø4.2

_B

-C12

(1-25/32)

(7-13/32)

(5-23/32)

(4-7/32)

(29/64)

(2-43/64)

(2-23/64)

(1-3/8)

(3-23/64)

(5/64)

(11/64Ø)

-C16, -C23

193-EC_

100-C30,

45

188.3

145.1

107

11.4

67.9

60

35

104

2

Ø4.2

_D

-C37

(1-25/32)

(7-13/32)

(5-23/32)

(4-7/32)

(29/64)

(2-43/64)

(2-23/64)

(1-3/8)

(4-3/32)

(5/64)

(11/64Ø)

193-EC_

100-C43

54

188.3

145.1

107

11.4

67.9

60

45

107

2

Ø4.2

_D

(2-1/8)

(7-13/32)

(5-23/32)

(4-7/32)

(29/64)

(2-43/64)

(2-23/64)

(1-25/32)

(4-7/32)

(5/64)

(11/64Ø)

193-EC_

100-C60,

72

236.1

173.2

124.6

11.4

89.8

100

55

125.5

2

Ø5.5

_E

-C72, -C85

(2-53/64)

(9-19/64)

(6-13/16)

(4-29/32)

(29/64)

(3-17/32)

(3-15/16)

(2-11/64)

(4-15/16)

(5/64)

(7/32Ø)

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Approximate Dimensions

Approximate dimensions are shown in mm (inches). Dimensions are not to be used for manufacturing purposes.

Panel Mount Adapter (For Use With Cat. No.

193-EC_

_B)

Bulletin 193-EC Motor Protection Approximate Dimensions Approximate dimensions are shown in mm (inches). Dimensions are not

Panel Mount Adapter (For Use With Cat. No.

193-EC_

_D)

Bulletin 193-EC Motor Protection Approximate Dimensions Approximate dimensions are shown in mm (inches). Dimensions are not

Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Approximate Dimensions

Approximate dimensions are shown in mm (inches). Dimensions are not to be used for manufacturing purposes.

Panel Mount Adapter (For Use With Cat. No. 193-EC_ _E)
Panel Mount Adapter (For Use With Cat. No.
193-EC_
_E)
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Bulletin 193-EC

Motor Protection

Notes

DeviceNet officially accepted as a European standard

The European Committee for electrotechnical standardization (CENELEC) has officially passed DeviceNet as a European standard. The new standard has the title EN 50325 “Industrial communications subsystem based on ISO 11898 (CAN) for controller-device interfaces”. DeviceNet has gained major approval among the member states.

The conformity with EN 50325, the availability of DeviceNet devices and solutions of more than 300 ODVA members as well as the great customer satisfaction promise a furthermore high growth rate for the future.

The ODVA is represented world wide. DeviceNet, as open communication network, connects devices on the installation level such as sensors, push button switches, motor starters and drives with control systems.

You find further information about DeviceNet under http://www.odva.org

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