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Model 6 OMNI CENTER: FLEX Control Bus Option

Class 8998

CONTENTS Description Page Product Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Application and General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Typical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

DeviceNET™.) to motor control center units. environmental systems. The system utilizes SERIPLEX® Technology. which is simple. overload status. HOA position). • Power Supply Units supply I/O module power and control bus power for the entire MCC. software and network resource requirements. • Pre-engineered cable and connector assemblies replace bundles of hard wiring typically used to connect MCC units with external control systems. User Specified Control Network Control System MCC Momentum SERIPLEX Interface I/O Modules Pre-Engineered Cable System MCC Unit Hard Wire Drive Soft Start Contactors Branch Feeder System components include: • Discrete I/O Modules located in each starter unit to control the starter coil and monitor user-defined inputs (contactor state. PROFIBUS® and Ethernet. deterministic and allows connection to new or existing control systems via a variety of open network protocols.Product Description Product Family Overview The Model 6 OMNI Center featuring the Flex control bus option provides a cost effective method of connecting digital control systems (PLC’s. • Network interfaces provide seamless connectivity to a variety of control systems including MODBUS® PLUS. etc. DCS’s. dramatically reducing computational. 2 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 . Usually an entire MCC can be configured as a single node on the preferred upstream network. Installed cost savings of over 20% can be expected versus traditional field wired automation solutions.

— Reduced startup and commissioning time • Single five-conductor cable to connect all devices to control bus — Lower installed cost. Starter Unit Discrete I/O Module Features • Standard module includes 2 inputs and 2 outputs (user defined: contactor state. O/L state. contactor 2 coil control. 2 outputs and 1 analog output for speed reference 3 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . • Utilize discrete I/O modules and increase / decrease functionality of drive. • Single network accommodates 240 inputs and 240 outputs — Entire MCC can usually be represented as one network node • Data timing is fast. • Special purpose interface module available featuring 3 inputs. HOA) • Expandable up to a total of 4 inputs and 4 outputs (contactor 2 state. Ethernet.Product Description System Features and Benefits • MCC units are factory inter-wired via control bus and tested before shipment. contactor coil control. quicker setup. DeviceNET and PROFIBUS • Hand-held setup tool (optional) — Quickly and easily sets or modifies the address of an I/O module without complex network management tools. easy to maintain and modify • Multi-network connectivity — Includes networks such as MODBUS PLUS. user defined) Main and Branch Unit Discrete I/O Module Features • Supports hard contact connections without additional control power • 2 inputs for disconnect state and trip indication Drives Interface Module Options MCC Starter Unit with SERIPLEX Discrete I/O Module (Terminal Blocks Not Required) • Utilize discrete I/O modules and multiple preset speed capability of drive. exact and repeatable — Control performance is predictable • Control bus distributes module power and control signals — Bus operation is independent of individual units General I/O Module Features • • • • Pull-apart terminals 24 Vdc bus powered High noise immunity for industrial applications LED indicators provide power-on and input/output status.

Blue: Clock) One (1) conductor used for shield (Bare) The cabling system consists of individual trunk line segments in each MCC section. a 150 VA control power transformer. An extended ground pin ensures first make/last break ground connection. The coupler design includes a vibration-resistant ratchet to prevent loosening. the system produces a very robust installation. The assemblies utilize 5-pole Micro-style connectors with a single keyway. removal or rearrangement of units does not disrupt the trunk line and does not affect the cabling of other units attached to the trunk line. One end of the pigtail cable terminates in a Micro-style connector and is attached to the trunk. (See the Momentum 170ANM05010 instruction bulletin for details). Power supply sizing is based upon individual applications and is usually limited by total capacitance. a 24 Vdc supply rated at 2. A 36 inch (3 foot) “pigtail” cable connects the tap in the trunk cable to the SERIPLEX module in each MCC unit. Effective isolation between the SERIPLEX network cabling and high voltage/current cabling in the MCC is accomplished by taking advantage of the industry-leading full-depth wire-way of the Model 6 MCC. Load cabling should be located at least 3" from the communication cable. At least one power supply unit is required for a SERIPLEX control bus. The other end terminates at the SERIPLEX module in the MCC unit. not by ampacity. With the inherent noise immunity of the SERIPLEX Control Bus and with proper load cable installation.Product Description Interface Devices The primary network interface module used is the Momentum SERIPLEX interface base unit 170ANM05010. and appropriate fusing. The additional cable is used to return to the lower wireway and connect to the next section. 16 feet) in length and consists of six molded-in tap connectors. Unused tee connectors are capped at the factory. The Momentum SERIPLEX interface base unit uses 32 input and 32 output registers. The SERIPLEX trunk is secured to the wire-way channel. Black: Common) Two (2) conductors used for signal (White: Data. Control Bus Cabling (Side View) Power Supply Units The standard SERIPLEX power supply unit occupies 6 inches of space and includes a GJL circuit breaker disconnect. The epoxy-coated connectors are designed to SAE-H1738-2 specifications and pass 500-hour salt-spray test per Mil-Std 202F. This power supply may be external to the MCC but Square D recommends use of the standard MCC power supply unit. The trunk line segments are routed from the lower wire-way into each vertical section. A trunk/tap topology is used. Each trunk section measures 194 inches (approx. In addition. In general. evenly spaced at 12-inch intervals followed by 120 inches (10 feet) of cable. a single power supply will accommodate up to 32 motor starters or 8 vertical MCC sections (whichever comes first).4 A. The cabling system is constructed of molded PVC material using five 22 AWG conductors: Two (2) conductors used for power (Red: V+. 4 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 . Network communication adapters are used to create a gateway between the SERIPLEX control bus and higher-level communications networks including: • • • • • • • MODBUS PLUS 984 MODBUS PLUS IEC Redundant MODBUS PLUS Ethernet DeviceNET PROFIBUS INTERBUS-S® Cabling System A UL CM/Class 2 600V listed cabling system is used to interconnect units within the MCC. Refer to the application and general information section of this publication for additional information.

up to 120 units can be represented as a single node by the network interface. the system must be separated into multiple networks with independent power supplies.160 units on a single processor! In general the practical limit is usually about 1. In general. Factory addressing starts at 16. The addressing scheme may be preset at the factory according to either standard designations or to specifications supplied by the customer. not power consumption. Network interface configuration is dependent on the network selected. Addresses are formatted as a three-digit identifier. capacitance and power consumption at the same time. Configuration of the SERIPLEX control bus network is simple and straightforward. where it remains until reprogrammed. a single segment with a 2. Each I/O module requires a unique address for proper communication. capacitance and power consumption requirements. 5 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . By combining segments. Several segments can be combined into a single network by breaking the power conductor between segments (and power supplies). Power Supply Unit Selection Information The following table can be used to calculate appropriate bus power supply size.xls (Excel Spreadsheet) software or the graphical SERIPLEX Toolbox should be used to verify I/O. the total current demand and the capacitance of the system. Some processors will support up to three MODBUS PLUS ports providing up to 11.000 units on high-end processors. Address 0 is reserved by the SERIPLEX system. valued between 1 and 255. unless otherwise specified. drives and soft starts Application Mains and branches Ampacity Requirements SERIPLEX Bus 20 mA at 30 Vdc 20 mA at 30 Vdc 20 mA at 30 Vdc 20 mA at 30 Vdc 40 mA at 24 Vdc 100 mA at 24 Vdc 100 mA at 24 Vdc External 30 mA at 132 Vac 30 mA at 132 Vac 4 A (AC or DC) 4 A (AC or DC) 365 mA at 24 Vdc 50 mA at 5 Vdc 300 mA at 24 Vdc Capacity The capacity of a given network segment is limited by the I/O count. 31 slave nodes can be supported on a single network. once the interface is configured. In general. even if power is removed. is the limiting factor on segment size.xls (Excel Spreadsheet) software or the graphical SERIPLEX toolbox can be used to verify I/O count.800 units on low-end processors with a single port and 5. a typical network only utilizes 240 inputs and 240 outputs for a total of 480 I/O. This is accomplished using a special molded connector that is included with MCC configurations that require multiple power supplies. 2 input/2 output ALTIVAR® 66 drive module TSX Quantum PLC module Momentum SERIPLEX Interface Drives PLC interface Network Interface Starters. In this configuration up to 3720 units can be networked to a single communication port. Refer to the Momentum SERIPLEX Interface 170ANM05010 Instruction Bulletin for details. Although the maximum size for a single SERIPLEX control bus is a total of 255 addresses. Normally segment capacitance. 2 output I/O module.Application and General Information Configuration Model 6 OMNI Centers with FLEX Control Bus are available pre-configured from the factory and will not normally require reconfiguration unless changes or additions are made. If the total power requirements for the SERIPLEX segment exceeds 2.4 amp power supply will accommodate up to 32 motor starters or 8 vertical MCC sections (whichever comes first). The address is programmed in the SERIPLEX chip (inside the I/O module) with an SPXSST2 hand-held configuration tool. The SERIPLEX Netck_3. Component Description I/O module. Using MODBUS PLUS and Quantum PLC’s.4 A. The first 16 addresses are usually reserved for the bus master. hard contact I/O module. The SERIPLEX Netck_3. 2 input. 2 input I/O module. changes and modification to the MCC will not require interface reconfiguration.

downloadable from www. Control power is restricted to 120 Vac for the control components. Order No. Ratings Model 6 Motor Control Centers incorporating SERIPLEX control bus products do not affect existing short-circuit ratings of Model 6 MCCs.org/part3/squared8.Application and General Information Troubleshooting The SERIPLEX control bus network is as simple to diagnose as it is to install. bridges and interfaces.seriplex.2 No. and Troubleshooting Manual (Bulletin 30298-035-01) for detailed information regarding the complete diagnosis of SERIPLEX applications. also include provisions for CPT or separate source control power distribution schemes.seriplex. Diagnosis can usually be accomplished with just the hand held set-up tool and a voltmeter. 14 (January 1992) NOM J353 (1979).seriplex. References • • • • • • • Model 6 MCC Catalog 8998CT9701R12/97 Model 6 MCC Instruction Bulletin. Central controllers. Refer to SERIPLEX Design. 80459-641-01A SERIPLEX Control Bus. and Troubleshooting Manual. Installation. Products and Services Directory SERIPLEX Toolbox.html Voltages Model 6 Motor Control Centers incorporating SERIPLEX control bus products are compatible with all current system voltages and distribution types. Instruction Bulletin Order No. J1118 (1978) NEC (1996) IEEE 519 (1992) 6 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 . Control power options include individual unit CPTs. 30298-073-01 For detailed information regarding SERIPLEX control bus visit the SERIPLEX Technology Organization Home Page http://www. This tool requires an external power supply (part number SPXSSTACADPT) or 4 AA batteries and communication cable (part number SPXHH2Y2CABLE). Installation. In addition a SERIPLEX Toolbox (with Windows based Graphical Interface) may be freely downloaded at the following SERIPLEX website address: www. Environmental ratings are as follows: • External ambient air temperature F/0-40°C • Altitude: 1000 m/3300 ft maximum. Order No. SERIPLEX Netck_3. including 600 V. Power supply.xls (Excel Spreadsheet) software is included with this manual. J290 (1982). Version 2 Catalog 8330CT9601R3/97 SERIPLEX Design.org/part3/squared8. Refer to Model 6 Catalog 8998CT9701 for this information. batteries and cable are included with the purchase of the Set-up Tool.html Momentum SERIPLEX Interface Base Unit.org. Line voltage control is not supported. 170ANM05010. Four basic areas to consider when troubleshooting a SERIPLEX control bus in Model 6 MCCs: • Bus power supplies • Interface or clock source hardware • Bus cabling and grounding • I/O devices The SERIPLEX Set-up Tool (SPXSST2) is a portable device used to enter and read configuration data for the SERIPLEX I/O modules. or separate source. 30298-035-01 SERIPLEX Technology Organization. as required. Codes and Standards UL 845 (July 1993) UL 508 (September 1994) NEMA ICS 3 (1993) CSA C22.

Unless otherwise indicated an input for overload. C. The I/O system shall feature pull-apart connectors. Overloads shall be Square D Motor Logic or approved equivalent. B. D. soft starters. I/O modules shall operate from 24-volt power derived via a dedicated I/O power bus. D. and autotransformer starter applications shall include 4 inputs and 4 outputs to adequately monitor all available inputs. Unless otherwise indicated. Current sensing switches are not acceptable. NEMA size 3 or larger starters require an interposing relay to electrically isolate the starter coil from the output. Mains & Branches A. The interface for incoming main & branch feeder units shall be a bus-powered module and shall not require a voltage differential at the input or an additional power supply to operate. C. I/O modules are common and shall be independent of starter or overload type. Reversing. HOA position and control power status shall be provided (AUTO / READY). twospeed. LED’s shall be provided to indicate module and I/O status. Unless otherwise indicated an input for contactor state shall be provided (CLOSED=ON / OPEN=OFF). Expansion capability of up to a total of 4 inputs and 4 outputs shall also be available. E. [Optional] Starters shall include solid state overloads. The I/O modules shall be Square D part number SPX2DS0V2 or approved equal. This network interface links the I/O in the MCC to the specified control network (see Control Network Adapter Requirements section). Multiple control networks shall be supported via interchangeable communication adapters that may be field converted. Starter I/O modules shall be Square D model #SPX2A2A2AV2 or approved equivalent. The MCC shall be Square D Model 6 OMNI Center or approved equivalent. The MCC shall be provided with a factory wired and tested I/O system. 7 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . B. Trip adjustment shall be via a rotary dial with a tamper guard.Typical Specifications TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS General A. Transient suppressors shall be supplied for all coils in each individual starter unit. allowing the removal of the I/O modules without disturbing the wiring. [Circuit breaker units will also include (TRIPPED / NO TRIP) indication]. Starters A. Communications within the MCC shall be at 24 Vdc to facilitate noise resistant operation. Coil control power shall be provided by individual unit control power transformers. I/O modules shall be located in each unit of the MCC and connected via a dedicated cabling system to a single network interface located in a separate MCC compartment. Overloads shall be ambient insensitive and provide phase loss and unbalance protection. Starter units shall employ [fusible switches / thermal magnetic circuit breakers] for short circuit protection. Indication of contactor mechanical state is required for testing without connected loads and for detection of mechanically forced contactors. I/O will be 120 Vac for contactor coil control. B. Starters shall have a minimum of 2 inputs and 2 outputs available for user defined functionality. The module shall be capable of monitoring two inputs and is intended to provide branch status (ON / OFF). F.

Typical Specifications Drives A. 2. Cabling System A. The cabling system shall be constructed of molded PVC material using a five-conductor cable. 3. C. Expansion capability of up to a total of 4 inputs and 4 outputs shall also be available. C. With expansion to 4 outputs. B. 2. two additional preset speeds may be obtained or speed may be changed with (INCREASE SPEED / DECREASE SPEED) commands. The module shall provide as a minimum: 1. B. 8 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 . This analog output shall provide speed control capability by a 0-10V analog output written as a 12-bit word with 10-bit resolution. a 150 VA control power transformer. A UL CM/Class 2 600 V listed cabling system shall be used to interconnect units within the MCC. Unused taps shall be capped at the factory. Standard 5-pole DC micro-style connections with a single key way Meet or exceed the current SAE-H1738-2 specifications Provide epoxy-coated coupler that passes 500-hour salt-spray test per Mil-Std 202F Provide vibration-resistant ratchet coupler design to prevent loosening Provide extended ground pin to ensure first make/last break ground connection. 3. Power Supplies A. The cabling system shall consist of individual trunk line segments routed through each MCC section. removal or rearrangement of units shall not disrupt the trunk line and should not affect the cabling of other units attached to the trunk line. [Optional] An analog drive interface module shall be provided. E. each interior wire size shall not exceed 22 AWG and consisting of the following: 1. Drive I/O modules shall be Square D model #SPX2A2A2AV2 or approved equivalent. Unless otherwise indicated ONE output shall be provided (RUN / STOP). [Optional Preferred] An MCC mounted power supply shall be provided in a 6" MCC unit containing a molded case disconnect switch or circuit breaker. The other end of the cable terminates at the I/O device in the MCC unit. and a 2. Black: Common) Two (2) conductors used for signal (White: Data. I/O power shall be provided by an external 24 Vdc power supply. evenly spaced at 12-inch intervals. 2. Two (2) discrete outputs Two (2) discrete inputs One (1) analog output. 5. Unless otherwise indicated two inputs for drive status shall be provided (IN AUTO/ READY) and (RUNNING). Cable system connectors shall meet the following minimum requirements: 1. D. Drives shall have a minimum of 2 inputs and 2 outputs available for user defined functionality. Each segment shall include six molded tap connectors. 4. primary & secondary fusing. Blue: Clock) One (1) conductor used for shield (Bare) B. One end of the pigtail cable terminates in a micro-style connector and is attached to the trunk line tap. A short "pigtail" cable shall connect the taps in the trunk line to the I/O device in each MCC unit. Addition. 3. Two (2) conductors used for power (Red: V+.4 A DC power supply matched to the typical MCC network requirement.

The system should be designed for minimum upstream software. MODBUS PLUS MODBUS Ethernet DeviceNET PROFIBUS B. The MCC cable system host shall be Modicon #170ANM05010 or equivalent. An optional real time clock option with battery backup must be provided if specified. Testing shall be designed to verify system operation and shall include as a minimum: 1. The maximum node size shall be 32 input words and 32 output words. hardware and network bandwidth requirements. 3. An optional processor adapter shall also be available as specified. The control network adapter unit shall consist of the MCC cable system host and interchangeable communication adapters. D.Typical Specifications Control Network Adapter Requirements A. Higher level communications to upstream control systems shall be available via Ethernet. Field interchangeable communication adapters shall be available for the network specified and for other common control networks specifically including the following: 1. 4. C. Verification of drawings and bill of materials Verification of I/O addressing Verification of correct device operation by I/O address Verification of host communications 9 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . The cable system host shall perform all functions necessary to host the MCC cabling system and convert the data to a single distributed I/O node on the specified control network. 4. 2. Testing A. 2. The processor shall be capable of functioning as a complete PLC control system and provide for ladder and IEC 1131 programming languages. All system components shall be factory-wired and tested as a system prior to shipment. 3. 5. MODBUS or MODBUS +.

Wiring Diagrams To Power Circuit 1 2 H1 X1 1 FU 2 SS HOA 23 X00 24 00X 14 00X 34 3 RR04 Start Command Output A RR04 1 In Auto/ Ready to Run Input A RR04 M 2 3 7 Running Input B 8 2 4 3 FU 4 H2 Transformer X2 1 TS TS M C C1 C2 95 96 6L 7L M SOL 13 33 Sizes 1 and 2 Full Voltage Non-Reversing Starter Unit Typical Schematic L1 1 FU 2 CR C1 M C C2 2 H1 X1 1 FU 2 SS HOA 23 X00 24 00X 14 00X 34 3 RR04 Start Command Output A RR04 1 In Auto/ Ready to Run Input A RR04 M 2 3 7 Running Input B 8 2 4 4 2 1 3 L2 1 FU FU H2 Transformer X2 1 TS TS CR C A1 A2 95 96 6L 7L M SOL 13 33 Size 5 Full Voltage Non-Reversing Typical Schematic 10 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 .

4 and 6 Full Voltage Non-Reversing Starter Unit Typical Schematic 11 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Wiring Diagrams To Power Circuit 1 2 H1 X1 1 FU 2 6L CR 13 14 C1 M C 3 FU 4 H2 Transformer X2 1 TS TS 7L C2 TS TS SS HOA 23 X00 24 00X 14 00X 34 3 RR04 Start Command Output A RR04 1 In Auto/ Ready to Run Input A RR04 4L 7 Running Input B 8 2 4 CR C A1 A2 M SOL 95 96 13 33 M 5L Sizes 3.

Wiring Diagrams To Power Circuit 1 2 H1 X1 1 FU 2 SS HOA 23 X00 24 00X 14 00X 34 00X 54 3 SS FWD REV 23 24 3 FU 4 H2 Transformer X2 1 TS TS 6L R 12 13 C1 F C C2 95 96 15 17 7L F&R 14 4L F 5L 9L 16 8L F 13 13 14 RR04 Forward Start Command Output A RR04 3 Reverse Start Command Output A RR04 1 In Auto/ Ready to Run Input A RR04 2 5L 23 F 4 12 13 C1 R C C2 4L R 9L 25 8L R 22 24 4 6L TS TS 7L 33 53 F 7 2 3 Forward Running Input B RR04 8 R 7 4 5 Reverse Running Input B 8 Sizes 1 and 2 Full Voltage Reversing Starter Unit Typical Schematic (Other Sizes Require Interposing Relays) 12 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 .

Wiring Diagrams FC L1 To Disconnect L2 L3 PC T1 T2 T3 Motor CL1 CL2 1 2 H1 X1 1 2 FU 1 3 4 FU H2 Transformer X2 CR 14 24 V LI1 13 1 GND J12 LI1 LI2 LI3 LI4 24 V LOP LO1 LO2 COM J1 J13 COM AI1 10 V AI2 A01 A02 COM R1A R1B R1C R2A R2B R2C FC S X1 X1 Fan 1 F1 F1J F1J 1 F 2 X2 X2 F2J F2 F2J SS HOA 23 X00 24 00X 14 00X 34 2 RR04 3 Start Command 4 Output A 3 3 14 CR C A1 A2 1 TS 2 Fan 2 1 F 1 2 Fault R1C R1A 13 33 OR Stop 21 22 13 CR 33 Running R2C R2A 34 RR04 R2A 7 Running Input B 8 X2 Start RR04 14 1 In Auto/ Ready to Run Input A 2 c c c 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Spare Unwired Terminals Variable Frequency Drive Typical Schematic 13 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .

+ C D White Blue Red Black Bare 1 1 +V SERIPLEX Cable FTB +V Located in Unit "XX" SERIPLEX Control Bus 24 Vdc Power Supply Typical Schematic Momentum I/O Base 24 Vdc Power Supply Typical Schematic 14 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 . * L GND N -V +V Power Supply * Put the jumper on the 100–120 Vac position. * L GND N +V -V Power Supply #16 Blue Wire #16 Blue White Wire #16 Blue Wire FTB + #16 Blue White Wire FTB -V -V FTB S .Wiring Diagrams L1 HBT L2 L3 Horizontal Bus A B C L1 HBT L2 L3 Horizontal Bus A B C STB A 1 B 3 C 5 CB 2 1 2 H1 150 VA X1 1 FU 2 1 2 4 6 3 FU 4 H4 Transformer X2 1 1 FU A 1 B 3 C 5 STB CB 2 1 2 H1 150 VA X1 4 6 3 FU 4 H4 Transformer X2 1 1 X1 GND X2 L N Filter X1 GND X2 Filter L N 1 1 * Put the jumper on the 100–120 Vac position.

+ C D COM PWR #16 Blue #16 Blue/white -V F1 “XX” FTB Fuse (Fused) -V White Blue Red Black Bare “XX” 1 AGD #16 Blue/White 1 “XX” SERIPLEX Cable -V 4A F1 +V #16 Blue “XX” FTB +V “XX” FTB -V Located in Unit "XX" Momentum SERIPLEX I/O Base Interface to Modbus Plus Typical Schematic Black Black 1 2 3 TB1 170NEF11021 MB+ Communication Adapter 15 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Wiring Diagrams “XX” SP MB+ Cable 990NAD21110 Terminator 990NAD23011 White Orange White Blue 170ANM05010 SERIPLEX Interface “XX” BT MB+ TAP 990NAD23010 1 2 3 TB4 1 2 3 TB3 Ground 1 “XX” S .

+ C D COM PWR #16 Blue F1 “XX” FTB Fuse (Fused) 4A -V F1 +V #16 Blue “XX” FTB +V “XX” FTB -V Located in Unit “XX” #16 Blue/White -V White Blue Red Black Bare 1 “XX” SERIPLEX Cable -V #16 Blue/White 1 “XX” Momentum SERIPLEX I/O Base Interface to Supported Networks Typical Schematic 16 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 1/00 .Wiring Diagrams “XX” SP Communication Adapter 170ANM05010 SERIPLEX Interface Ground 1 “XX” S .

+ C D (Unit Feature RR03) White Blue SERIPLEX Red Black Cable Bare 1 3 5 7 2 4 6 8 In Out Out In A A B B S .+ C D (Unit Feature RR02) White Blue Red SERIPLEX Black Cable Bare 1 2 3 5 7 4 6 8 Out Out A B SPX SERIPLEX Module SPXO2A2AV2 S .Reference 0V S + C D (Unit feature RR10) White Blue Red Black Bare SERIPLEX Cable S .+ C D 1 2 In A 3 4 5 6 7 8 In B S .+ C D SPX SERIPLEX Module SPX2A2A2AV2 (Unit Feature RR04) White Blue SERIPLEX Red Black Cable Bare 17 1/00 © 2000 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Wiring Diagrams 1 2 In A 3 4 5 6 7 8 In B SPX SERIPLEX Module SPX2DSOV2 * NOTE: Hard Contact (Unit feature RR01) White Blue Red Black Bare * * * SERIPLEX Cable * * * * SPX SERIPLEX Module SPX2AOV2 * * SPX SERIPLEX Module NR and D SDI +12/24 V Output 2 Output 1 Output 0 Input 1 Input 0 + Reference Speed .

8998CT9801 January 2000 .squared.com Catalog No.Square D Company 1990 Sandifer Blvd. SC 29678 USA 1-888-Square D (1-888-778-2733) www. Seneca.