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E@gle System

Low-voltage intelligent Motor Control


Centre

Catalogue
11/2005 edition

MT11250

MT11344
E@gle Contents

Presentation
Major advantages 2
Principle 3
Link to process control and electrical monitoring and control systems 4
Architecture and redundancy 5
Setup in the switchboard 6

Functional description
Relays 7
Motor protection, control and monitoring SCU 7
Incomer or distribution feeder control and monitoring FCU 8
Measurement sensors 9
Fixed interface board 10
Cable auxiliary 10
Relay and frame racks 11
Stand-alone module 11
E@gleNet network 12
Gateway 12
Network node number parameter setting cable 13
E@gle System Manager 13
E@gle Software Development Kit 14
Power supplies 15
Connections 16
Inter-column wiring 17

Characteristics
Motor protection : SCU 18
Measurement : SCU 18
Programmable logical equation AND 18
Measurement : FCU 19
Relays general characteristics 19
Power supply GPS and NPS 20
Measurement sensors 20
Environment 21
Connection diagrams MIU 22
Relay connection diagrams 23
input/output connection principle 24
Dimensions 25

Training
Sales engineering course 26
Application design office course 26

Related equipment specifications


Interface control unit (ICU) 27
PC 27

I.M.C.C. E@gle order


I.M.C.C. E@gle order 29

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E@gle Presentation
Major advantages

High-availability digital system for motor


control centres allowing :
- Motor control and protection
- Electrical distribution monitoring and
management.
Productivity
Installed in distribution and motor control centres E@gle contribute to the
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productivity improvement :
b the communication of fault diagnosis and maintenance data allows the
maintenance staff to act faster and precisely reducing down time in case of default .
b the use of relevant information related to the motor-starter , motor and driven
machine operating data reduces the maintenance cost.aintenance time and costs.

E@gle protects the equipment, transmits commands and communicates installation


operating parameters in real time, providing the operator with an accurate view
of the situation.

Flexibility
E@gle provides with the expected flexibility :
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b just in time customized relay and MCC


b open to major standard communication protocols
b PLC programming of project specific functions.

One hardware for distribution and motor applications.

Availability
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E@gle design reinforces the MCC availability :


b separated protection and communication hardware
b power supply and communication network redundancy on option
b system adapted to the industrial environment constraint
b functioning status self diagnosis . Watchdogs
b operation continuity during maintenance
b reduced component and spare parts number.

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E@gle Presentation
Principle

The system consists of:


b communicating digital relays
b a communication network
b an interface control unit (ICU)
b power supplies.

Each relay, associated with:


b a measurement interface unit (MIU: current and voltage sensors)
b a drawer (circuit breaker, contactor...).

Performs the following functions:


b motor protection, control and monitoring
b distribution incomer / feeder control and monitoring.

The relay are connected to a communication network.


Digital / analogue inputs-outputs are available .

A personal computer including an specific software called E@gle System Manager


has to be used for relay configuration and setting .
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(1) Not supplied with E@gle.


(2) Withdrawable drawer with LV devices.

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E@gle Presentation
Link to process control and electrical
monitoring and control systems

The interface control unit (ICU: Quantum P.L.C.(2)) is used to link E@gle to
a higher-level process control or electrical monitoring and control system.
A Software Development Kit is used for easy communication integration in the
higher level system.

DD405015

(1) Not supplied with E@gle.


(2) Premium possible, please consult.
(3) Quantum / Premium are supplied by Schneider Automation (see § "Technical specifications",
page 27).

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E@gle Presentation
Architecture and redundancy

E@gle allows following redundancy :


b communication networks
b interface control units (ICU)
b power supplies.

Redundancy may be implemented for one, two or all three items (total redundancy).

E@gleNet network redundancy

Each relay has 2 communication ports, allowing redundancy of the E@gleNet


network.

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Power supply redundancy


E@gle allows separate relay and communication network power supplies.
Each of the power supplies may be redundant.

See § "Power supplies", page 15.

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E@gle Presentation
Setup in the switchboard

The figure below shows the main components of the E@gle system and its
interconnection to the process control and electrical monitoring control systems.
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E@gle Functional description
Relays
Motor protection, control and
monitoring SCU
Relays
The relay board may be configured by moving a jumper on the board:
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b as a motor protection relay


b as a distribution incomer or feeder monitoring and control relay.
Motor protection, control and monitoring
When the relay is configured to control a motor, it provides control (start, stop,
automatic restart…), protection and monitoring of the motor to which it is assigned.

Starter logic
b direct on line
b star delta
b forward-reverse
b dual-speed
b automatic restart after voltage failure.

Protection
b thermal
b unbalance
b earth leakage
b process underload
b process overload
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b stall
b external protection.

Metering
b voltage
b phase current
b residual current (Earth)
b power factor
b temperature rise (thermal image)
b active, reactive and apparent power
b active, reactive and apparent energy.

Programmable logical equation AND


b 8 logical inputs
b protection status.
Operating and maintenance data
b contactor status
b running Motor time counter
b number of starts
b start-up current
b start-up time
b trip currents
b time to trip
b time to reset.

Inputs - Outputs
b 8 digital inputs
b 8 digital outputs
b 6 analog inputs (I and U measurement)
b 1 analog input 4-20 mA
b 1 analog output 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA.

Warning lights
b 3 bicolor (red/green) LED’s:
v network A status
v network B status
v relay status

Communication network connections


b 2 separate network connections
b a front-panel link is used to identify the relay (node network number).
Power supplies
b 4 connections for separate power supplies (2 for the network and 2 for the relay
functions)
See §"Power supplies", page 15.

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E@gle Functional description
Incomer or distribution feeder control
and monitoring FCU

Configured for incomer or distribution feeder control and monitoring the relay allows
3 types of mains configuration :
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b single phase : measurement of 1 current and 1 voltage


b 3 phases without neutral : measurement of 3 currents and 2 voltages
b 3 phases with neutral : measurement of 3-4 currents and 3 voltages .
Measurements
b Voltage
b Phase current
b Residual current (earth default)
b Power factor
b Active/reactive/apparent power
b Active/reactive/apparent energy

Operating and maintenance data


Threshold and min./max. functions for:
b Voltage
b Current
b Power
Warning lights in front of the relay
v · 3 bicolor ( red / green ) LED's
v Network A status
v Network B status
v Relay status

Inputs / Outputs
b 8 digital inputs
b 8 digital outputs
b 7 analog inputs (I and U measurement )
Communication network connections
b 2 separate network connections
b Relay RJ 45 front connection linked to a PC to address the relay .
Power supplies
b 4 connections for separate power supplies (2 for the network and 2 for the relay
functions) (voir §"Alimentations", page 15).

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E@gle Functional description
Measurement sensors

Measurement interface unit MIU


Currents and voltages are measured by a MIU (measurement interface units) fitted
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in the drawers.

Identification: MIU xy - zz

with x = number of current measurement / MIU


y = number of voltage measurements /MIU
zz = maximum rated current.

The MIU’s can measure currents up to 64 A.


4 models are available :
b MIU 21-16 (16 A) and MIU 21-64 (64 A) are used with SCU’s
b MIU 21-16, MIU 21-64, MIU 22-16 and MIU 22-64 are used with FCU’s.
The feeder relay measures 3 voltages and 4 currents
The motor relay measures 1 voltage and 2 currents.

Additional current transformers


( not supplied by schneider electric )
For currents greater than 64 A , additional current transformers ( ratio …../5 ) have
to be used.
The additional transformers are installed in the "distribution cable" compartments of
the IMCC.
For the feeder there isn’t specific recommendations.
For the motor you can order CT’s RS ISQLSEC brand, as following.

Characteristics :
b 0.3 VA CT’s : CL5P10/CL1
b indoor installation
b ring CT’s
b 0.75/4kV – 50/60Hz
b compliance with IEC 60044-1
b M1BA technical data sheet.
Type Size (W x D x H)
100/5A 2M 66 x 31 x 80
125/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
150/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
200/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
250/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
300/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
400/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
500/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
600/5A 2P 66 x 26 x 80
See technical characteristics in E@gle User Manual to determine the right model type.

Core balance CT’s


( not supplied by schneider electric )
Earth leakage current is measured by core balance CT’s.
1 / 200 core ratio has to be used.
Pleaase contact us.

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E@gle Functional description
Fixed interface board
Cable auxiliary

Fixed interface board


The relay main board is connected to an interface fixed in the back of the vertical
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rack.
The interface is used for :
b non-volatile storage (EEPROM) of configuration parameters and relay protection
settings
b connection to the drawer
b connection to the E@gleNet communication networks
b connection of power supplies
b Auxiliary connexions.

The main board may be replaced when the system is functioning, no protection or
parameter setting is required.
The parameter and protection setting data contained in the EEPROM are
automatically transfered to the new main board.
The fixed interface board is connected to the drawer contact s with a 30-pin
connector.

See § "Connections", page 16.

30-pin connector
The 30-pin connector and the wires connect the drawer switchgear auxiliaries and to
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the relay.
It consist of a connector in which you can insert cable fitted with specific pins.
The sub assembly inclused :
b one connector 30 pins
b one set of 30 wires length 1000 mm
b one set of 400 wires length 530 mm.
This assembling is supplied in set of 20 units .

Flat vertical drop line


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The drop line includes the communication and power supply networks for 11 or 12
relays mounted in a same vertical rack.

There are two flat drop lines in case of redondance.

LSR Board
Connects the relays of a vertical rack to the communication and general power
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supply ( GPS ) network and links each rack to the next one.
In case of redundancy there are two LSR boards.

Each LSR board is supplied with :


b 2 metallic threaded rings fixed on each network connector and the corresponding
nuts
b a connector for the relay power supply.

Female and male terminations


Have to be mounted at each end of the relay network for impedance adaptation.
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T-port tape
Allows the connection of three accessories of E@gleNet network :Cable or
terminations or other.

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E@gle Functional description
Relay and frame racks
Stand-alone module

Relay vertical racks


The relay vertical rack is supplied in 2 versions according to the height of the
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switchboard.
b 11 relays capacity
b 12 relays capacity.

the relay mounting pitch is the same as that of the drawers :

2 vertical racks may be mounted side by side (case of 2 half- drawers at the same
level).
the vertical racks must be mounted in the "distribution cable" compartment on the
right of the drawers.
the fisrt vertical rack is mounted on runners to provide maximum access to the
connections.
empty slots are blocked off by blind fronts.

the vertical racks is delivered empty, relays and accessories supplied separately.

Rack frame
the vertical rack is fixed into the switchboard with a device allowing the easy and
quickly mounting or taking down.( see E@gle User Manual ).

A rack frame is needed for the first rack in the column.

Vertical rack is fixed on the rack frame


The double corner plate is supplied

Hinge Set
The secon rack is mounted side by side the first with a set of 3 hinges to allow
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pivoting of the second rack an acces to the wiring of the fisrt rack.

Stand-alone module
A relay in a box referred to as a "stand-alone" may be used to install individual relays
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(case of simple distribution incomers or feeders: e.g. incomer column).

The stand-alone is delivered with its E@gleNet communication network connection


cable and supply cables. The cables are doubled in cases of redundancy.

The stand alone can be fixed on the right or on the left side of the switchboard.

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E@gle Functional description
E@gleNet network
Gateway

E@gleNet network
The relays may be connected directly to two independent E@gleNet networks.
The protocol used is the E@gleNet protocol, the main characteristics of which are as
follows:
b transmission rate: 125, 250 or 500 kbauds (1)
b maximum connection distances: 70 meters.

Network is realized with prefabricated cables and standard accessories.


E@gleNet protocol is fully compatible with DeviceNet protocol

(1) Chosen by setting.

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Gateway
The function of this gateway is to drive the communication between 40 to 60 relays
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and other major networks ; Ethernet TCP / IP , Profibus...

This gateway has been qualified for the E@gle system.

Reference : AB7664
ABX - DEV - EIP firmware release 1.07.01
Document rev. 1.10

This gateway is supplied by :

HMS Industrial Network AB


Pilefeltsgatan 93-95
SE. 30250 Halmstad Sweden

Phone +46 (0) 35 17 29 00

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E@gle Functional description
Network node number parameter
setting cable
E@gle System Manager
Network node number parameter setting cable
MT11286

This cable is used to connect the PC to a connector on the front panel of the relay
and to assign the relay a "node" number in the E@gleNet network.

You have to connect it to serial port of a personal computer and use Windows
Hyperterminal. ( see E@gle user manual)

E@gle System Manager


The E@gle System Manager software tool installed on a PC which is connected to
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the relays network via the gateway is used for :


b switchboard hardware configuration
b motor protection relay parameter setting
b distribution relay parameter setting.

(see E@gle User Manual).

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E@gle Functional description
E@gle Software Development Kit

E@gle Software Development Kit


The E@gle Software Development Kit is used to integrate the E@gle Relays in the
PLC Quantum using Concept 2.5 or 2.6 programming workshop.
This allows the easy mapping of communications tables use by a supervision
system.

The development kit includes a library of basic functional units for the Concept®
programming tool.
The library also contains :
b functional units for communication management on the E@gleNet network
b functional units for communication management on the higher level network based
on the protocol or derivative, ModBus /IP or ModBus Plus.

Use of the E@gle software development kit calls for an in-depth knowledge of
the QUANTUM PLC, the Concept® software workshop and the E@gle system.
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E@gle Functional description
Power supplies

Power supplies
As shown in the left figure, the power supplies for the relay and communication
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functions are separate :


b GPS: power supply for 60 relays (XCU relay function) and the associated auxiliary
relays
b NPS: power supply for 60 relays, dedicated to the DeviceNet communication
network.

GPS power supply


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NPS power supply

Recommended power supply configurations


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one GPS power supply and one NPS power supply for 60 network nodes
(60 relays)
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2 redundant GPS power supplies for the relays and two NPS power supplies.

Note: For more information on power supplies use see user manual.

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E@gle Functional description
Connections
relay vertical rack wiring
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Rack connexion is realized with a printed board LSR whitch contains :

b two E@gleNet connectors


b One supply connector.
Two LSR boards are needed when the network or the supply are in redundancy.

Relays are connected by one ( or two if there is redundancy ) vertical flat cable.

Relays connections to drawer and auxiliaries are realized by the 30 pins connectors.

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DD405011
Inter-column wiring

E@gleNet network
The E@gleNet network consists of a group of pre-fabricated connections listed
in the catalogue :
b vertical drop line 16
b stan alone module drop line 16b
b link to the E@gleNet / Ethernet gateway 16b
15
b switch board inter-column trunk line connection cable 14
v comes in different lengths
b T-port tap 12
b male and female terminations 11
v necessary to adapt the connections at each end of the network.

GPS and NPS power supplies


GPS
relay function power supply.
The power supplies are connected to the relays by cables and terminals.
( Not supplied with E@gle)
NPS
communication network function power supply.
The power supplies are connected to the relays by cables which also convey
communication data (E@gleNet network)
Note: the relay function power supply connections are not supplied with E@gle.

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E@gle Characteristics
Motor protection : SCU
Measurement : SCU
Programmable logical equation AND
Motor protection : SCU
Unbalance Range Default Unit
Tripping time 0-100.00 10.00 s
Tripping level 0-100 40 %
Warning level 0-100 20 %
Earth leakage Range Default Unit
Tripping time 0.05-100.00 0.50 s
Tripping level 0.3-6.0 1.0 A
Warning level 0.3-6.0 0.8 A
Process underload Range Default Unit
Inhibition time 0-100.00 60.00 s
Tripping time 0-100.00 60.00 s
Tripping level 0-2.00 0.20 P/Pn
Warning level 0-2.00 0.30 P/Pn
Process overload Range Default Unit
Inhibition time 0-100.00 60.00 s
Tripping time 0-100.00 60.00 s
Tripping level 0-2.00 1.50 P/Pn
Warning level 0-2.00 1.20 P/Pn
Motor overload (thermal protection)
Class Triping time
1.05 In 1,. 1,.5 In 7.2 In (locked)
10 A > 2 hours < 2 hours y 2 min. 2 < t y 10 s
10 > 2 hours < 2 hours y 4 min. 4 < t y 10 s
20 > 2 hours < 2 hours y 7 min. 6 < t y 20 s
30 > 2 hours < 2 hours y 7 min. 9 < t y 30 s

Motor overload is detected according to the motor temperature calculated using an


IEC 947-4-1 compliant model (see SCU manual).
The thermal model takes into account copper losses = f (I)
and iron losses = f (F and U).
Stall
Tripping level Maximum temperature variation + 65 K
Maximum temperature variation Setting from 50 to 125 K

The stall function uses thermal overload.

Measurement : SCU
Values measured Range Accuracy Unit
Phase voltage 0-863 ±2 % V
Phase and neutral current 0-1200 (1) ±2.5 % A
Earth leakage current 0.3-6.0 ±2.5 % A
Power factor -1 to 1 ±5 %
Frequency 48.0-62.0 (2) ±0.1 % Hz
Active power -18000 to +18000 (1) ±4 % kW
Active energy import/export 0 to 999 999 (1) ±4 % kWh
(1) Three significant figures after the decimal point.
(2) Two significant figures after the decimal point.

Programmable logical equation " AND"


The digital inputs DI-0 to DI-7 and the protection status ( tripped / non tripped ) can
be selected as variables of a logical equation " AND " which result controls the status
of the digital output DO-5.
The logical status of the input variables can be set.

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E@gle Characteristics
Measurement : FCU
Relays general characteristics

Measurement : FCU
Values measured Range Accuracy Unit
Phase-to-neutral voltage 0-1220 V ±2 % V
Phase-to-phase voltage 0-2110 V ±2 % V
Phase and neutral current 0 to 13000 A (1) ±2.5 % A
Earth leakege current 0.3-6.0 A ±2.5 % A
Power factor -1, +1 ±5 %
Average power factor -1, +1 ±5 %
Frequency 48.0 to 62.0 Hz ±0.1 % Hz
Active power -15000 to +15000 (1) ±4 % kW
Reactive power -15000 to +15000 (1) ±4 % kVAR
Apparent power : -15000 to +15000 (1) KVA
Apparent energy 0 à 999 999 (1) ±4 % kVAh
import active energy 0 à 999 999 (1) kWAh
Export active energy 0 à 999 999 (1) kWAh
Import reactive energy 0 à 999 999 (1) kVARh
Export reactive energy 0 à 999 999 (1) kVARh
(1) Three significant figures after the decimal point.

Relays general characteristics


Power supply Range Unit
Voltage 24-30 V=
Current absorbed (relay alone) 100 mA (at 24 V)
Current absorbed with auxiliary Up to 400 mA (at 24 V)
Operating temperature 0 to 55 °C
Storage temperature -5 to 70 °C
Relative humidity without condensation 0 to 95 %
Vibrations in operation 1 G
Vibrations out of operation 1 G
Logic inputs Characteristics Unit
Number 8
Rated voltage 24 V=
Max. voltage 30 V=
Input impedance 2300-2500 Ω
High level > 17 V
Low level < 13 V
Response time 150 ms
Logic outputs Characteristics Unit
Number 8
Rated voltage 24 V=
Max. voltage 30 V=
Output impedance 31-38 Ω
Max. output current 100 mA
Short-circuit overload -30 V to +30 V V
Response time 10 % 60 % 150 ms
Analog inputs Characteristics Unit
Number 7 including one 4-20 mA input
Analog voltage input 0...0.018 Vac (4 kHz)
Analog current input 0…0.044 and 4-20 mA Vac
Max. voltage 150 V
Analog voltage input pickup time 8 V/millisecond
Analog current input pickup time 30 A/millisecond
Input signal frequency 4 kHz
Analog voltage input resistance 35.7 Ω
Analog current input resistance 2.75 Ω
Analog outputs Characteristics Unit
Number 2 inputs 0-20 mA or 4-20 mA
Load resistance 900 Ω
Rated load resistance 500 Ω
Max. supply voltage 30 V
Rated supply voltage 24 V
Min. supply voltage 0,6 V
Output voltage 0-10 V
Response time 150 V/ms

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E@gle Characteristics
Power supply GPS and NPS
Measurement sensors

Power supply GPS and NPS


GPS power supply Characteristics Unit
Rated input voltage 230-400 V - 50/60 Hz
Max. input voltage 264-410 V - 50/60 Hz
Output voltage 24 V ±1 %
Output current 20 A
Isolation voltage 3 kV / 50/60 Hz - 40 s
Operating temperature 0...70 °C
Storage temperature 0...70 °C
Relative humidity 0-95 %
Dimensions 240 mm x 125 mm x 130 mm
Mounting DIN rail
Indication LED "OK"
NPS power supply Characteristics Unit
Rated input voltage 230-400 V - 50/60 Hz
Max. input voltage 264-410 V / 50/60 Hz
Output voltage 24 ±1 % Vdc
Output current 2.5 A
Isolation voltage 3 kV / 50/60 Hz - 40 s
Operating temperature 0...70 °C
Storage temperature 0...70 °C
Relative humidity 0-95 %
Dimensions 50 mm x 125 mm x 125 mm
Mounting DIN rail
Indication LED "OK"

Measurement sensors
Measurement range Characteristics Unit
MIU 21-16 and MIU 22-16 0.25 < I nom. < 1 A
MIU 21-16 and MIU 22-16 1 < I nom. < 4 A
MIU 21-16 and MIU 22-16 4 < I nom. < 16 A
MIU 21-64 and MIU 22-64 16 < I nom. < 64 A
Measurement interface unit MIU Characteristics Unit
MIU 21-16 and MIU 22-16 0.25 < I nom. < 1 A
Operating temperature 0...70 °C
Storage temperature -5...80 °C
Relative humidity 0-95 %
Dimensions 120 mm x 96 mm x 48 mm
Mounting Fixed by two screws
Voltage transformer
Rated input voltage 0-690 V
Max. input voltage 863 V
Load 0-70 Ω
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Output current 0.0005 A
Accuracy 1
Isolation voltage 3 kV / 50/60 Hz / 60 s
Current transformer
Rated primary current 1, 4, 16 and 64 A
Output current 0,016 A
Accuracy class Class 1
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Accuracy limit factor 10
Measurement range 0-10 In
Isolation 3 V 50/60 Hz / 60 s
Load 0-2.75 Ω

See page 9 for authorized additional CT’s characteristics and consult User manual

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E@gle Characteristics
Environment

Environment
Electromagnetic compatibility (generic standard: IEC 61000-6-2)
Test Standard Severity level Test report
Radiated disturbances NF EN 50081-2 As per standard DAES 0145
Radio frequency electromagnetic field IEC 61000-4-3 12 V/m DAES 0148
immunity
Radio frequency common mode immunity IEC 61000-4-6 12 V DAES 0150
Electrical fast transient immunity IEC 61000-4-4 12 kV DAES 0149
Electrostatic discharges immunity IEC 61000-4-2 8 kV (air) DAES 0151
4 kV (contact)
1.2/50 µs surge immunity IEC 61000-4-5 2 kV (common) DAES 0144
1 kV (differential)
Direct injection
Climatic withstand
Standard Severity level Test report
Cold (operating) IEC 60068-2-1 -5 °C/16 h (Ab test) CLIM 010078
Dry heat (operating) IEC 60068-2-2 +55 °C/16 h (Bb test) CLIM 010078
Damp heat - steady state (operating) IEC 60068-2-3 40 °C/93 % HR CLIM 010078
10 days (Ca test)
(1) XCU relays
Mechanical withstand
Class 1 Standard Test report
Endurance without power Vibrations 1g 10 Hz-150 Hz 2 h 40 IEC 255-21-1 G 0110101
Jolts 10 g 16 ms 1000+ and 1000- IEC 255-21-2 G 0110101
Shocks 15 g 11 ms 3+ and 3- IEC 255-21-2 G 0110101
Operating behavior Vibrations 0.5 g 10 Hz-150 Hz 8'' IEC 255-21-1 G 0110101
Horizontal seism 1 g 3 Hz-35 Hz 7'' IEC 255-21-3 G 0110101
Vertical seism 0.5 g 3 Hz-35 Hz 7'' IEC 255-21-3 G 0110101
Shocks 5 g 11 ms 3+ 3- IEC 255-21-2 G 0110101

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E@gle Characteristics
Connection diagrams MIU

Measurement interface cabling (example)

For further information, please consult the user manual.

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E@gle Characteristics
Relay connection diagrams

Relay connection (example with an FCU)


For further information, please consult the user manual.
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E@gle Characteristics
input/output connection principle

FCU and SCU input/output connection principle


For further information, please consult the user manual.

Cabling of inputs to relay contacts


The logic inputs (relay contacts) are to be wired as described below:

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The logic inputs (relay coils) are to be wired as described below:


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Dimensions

Dimensions of relay vertical racks, stand-alone module and


measurement interface unit
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MT11300

(1) 11 slots.
(2) 12 slots.
Main 11 or 12-slot vertical rack Additional 11 or 12-slot vertical rack
MT11299

Measurement interface unit. Stand-alone module.

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E@gle Training
Sales engineering course
Application design office course

Sales engineering course


b specification assistance
b description of components
b description of hardware and network architectures
b electrical and mechanical characteristics
b system creation outline and order form.

Application design office course


b technical specifications
b description of components
b description of hardware and network architectures
b operation of associated networks and equipment
b electrical and mechanical characteristics
b operational features and calculation of needs
b equipment configuration
b relay parameter setting
b commissioning
b preventive and corrective maintenance, diagnostics and trouble-shooting.

Prerequisites: programming on Quantum PLC and mastery of the Concept language


with Windows 5-day course on Quantum Concept software workshop, Ref. CCPTL
(see Schneider Electric training catalogue)

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E@gle Related equipment specifications
Interface control unit (ICU)
PC

Interface control unit (ICU)


When relays , DCS and / or supervision have to communicate an Interface Control
Unit ( ICU ) has to be used.
This interface is a PLC from Schneider Electric product range :
b Quantum with a dedicated software development kit for E@gle
b Premium. (1)

The Quantum PLC includes :


b a back-plane
b a power supply ref. 140 CPS 124
b a central processing unit ref. 140 CPU 434 12 A or 140 CPU 534 14 A
b an Ethernet communication coupler ref. 140 NOE 77101.

The Software Development Kit is based on Concept V2.5 SR2 , V2.6.

(1) No dedicated Software Development Kit available.

PC
Microcomputer (minimum configuration):
b Pentium III 800Mhz microprocessor or over
b Microsoft Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT04, XP
b Keyboard, mouse, VDU
b 10 MB available on hard floppy disk
b 128 MB of RAM
b CD-ROM drive and disk drive
b RS 232 link and parallel interface
b HyperTerminal software (normally supplied with Windows).

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Tel : Date :
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N° de commande / order n° :
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Reference Désignation Designation Qté / Qty Prix / Price Total / Sum

51 247 516 FA Support relais 11 emplacements vide Empty vertical rack 11 slots
51 247 518 FA Support relais 12 emplacements vide Empty vertical rack 12 slots
51 247 522 FA Module unitaire vide précablé Empty pre-wired stand alone unit

51 247 676 FA 10 caches avec vis 10 blind fronts with screws


51 247 478 FA Câble de descente nappe Flat drop line cable
51 247 675 FA Liaison Support relais (LSR) LSR Rack connection board
51 245 440 FO Câble de descente pour module unitaire Stand alone module drop line

51 247 532 FA Chassis support Rack frame


51 247 561 FA Kit charnières Hinge kit

51 312 029 FA Relais (carte seule) Control unit (board only)


51 312 027 FA Relais avec accessoires E@gle relays and accessories
51 247 674 FA Carte interface fixe Fixe interface board
Accessoires
51 247 472 FO Câble principal 0.3 m Trunk cable 0.3 m
51 247 473 FO Câble principal 2 m Trunk cable 2 m
51 247 572 FO Câble principal 2.5 m Trunk cable 2.5 m
51 247 471 FO Câble principal 3 m Trunk cable 3 m
51 245 295 FO Câble de descente réseau E@gleNet E@gleNet network drop line

51 246 266 FO Rouleau de câble réseau 25 m 25 m Cable coil


51 246 265 FO Câbles interface relais / PC Interface relay / PC cable

51 247 587 FO Lot de 20 connecteurs 30 points 20 x 30 pin connector set


51 247 588 FO Lot 30 fils (1000 mm) 30 wire set (1000 mm)
51 247 589 FO Lot de 400 fils (530 mm) 400 wire set (530 mm)

1CNR006661 E@gleNet Terminaison femelle E@gleNet female termination


1CNR006662 E@gleNet Terminaison mâle E@gleNet male termination
1CNR006663 E@gleNet Té de dérivation E@gleNet T-port tape

51 247 498 FO Alimentation générale (GPS) General power Supply


51 247 499 FO Alimentation réseau (NPS) Network Power Supply
Interfaces de mesure (MIU) / Measurement Interface Unit
51 245 222 FO Interfaces de mesure MIU21-16 Measurement Interface Unit MIU21-16
51 245 221 FO Interfaces de mesure MIU21-64 Measurement Interface Unit MIU21-64
51 245 223 FO Interfaces de mesure MIU22-16 Measurement Interface Unit MIU22-16
51 245 224 FO Interfaces de mesure MIU22-64 Measurement Interface Unit MIU22-64
Logiciels / Software
51 247 262 FA E@gleNet System Manager E@gleNet System Manager
51 246 211 FO Driver E@gleNet (RS linx) Driver E@gleNet (RS linx)
51 313 167 FO Driver RS NET WORX Driver RS NET WORX
51 313 231 FA Guide de montage Assembling user manual
51 247 259 FA Kit de développement logiciel / Quantum Software development kit / Quantum
51 247 256 FA Documentation Technical data books
50 247 548 FA Stages Trainings
Total /Sum €€

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