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PROTECTION AND CONTROL

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FANOX is a reputed manufacturer of industrial electronic products specialising in modern motor protection and control systems. From the early beginnings of the company its main goal has been to establish and maintain the highest level of customer service and satisfaction, offering an excellent quality product at extremely competitive prices. To this end a high percentage of the yearly budget at FANOX is invested in an R+D department, developing relays incorporating state of art technology. FANOX relays comply with applicable international standards, carry the CE mark and they are approved by the UL (Underwriters Laboratories) of the USA, c-UL for Canada and PTB (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) for EEx e motors. FANOX also personalizes its products for other manufacturers: Brand Labelling. FANOX commercial network covers all five continents, therefore worldwide supply is guaranteed.

Index
4 Applications 10 Motor protection relays 12 Pump protection relays 14 Relays for the protection of EEx e motors 15 Generator protection relay 16 Soft starters and motor controller 18 Self-powered protection system SIA 19 Line protection industrial system SIL 20 Control relays 22 Voltage & frequency monitoring relays 24 Earth leakage relays 26 Electrical multimeters 27 Timers 28 Accessories
Current transformers Thermistor sensors (PTC)

29 Manual motor starters 30 Motor, pump and generator protection relays. Installation and setup 35 Dimensions 36 Selection guide 37 Dimensions

Applications
Many protection and control systems are used in industry. Often applications require various items of equipment to supervise correct operation. Aware of this, FANOX has focused the design of a significant part of their products on specific applications, equipping them with complementary functions which offer a complete protection and control solution in a single unit. All of this is the result of the investigation into the market requirements for specific applications and use of internal skills and knowledge to develop a practical and economic solution. Our wide experience in communication, digitalisation, protection and control materials has allowed us to create an extensive range of applications ranging from a simple voltage control relay, through a complete range of electronic protection for motors, to sophisticated cell protection and control systems for electric substations. This section details some of the characteristic applications of our products involving the integration of various functions in a single unit. These applications are: Motor protection Pump protection Generator protection Elevator protection Medium voltage protection Customized electronic products This catalogue features the characteristics of the units listed in this section.

Motor protection
The electric motor is, perhaps the most important operating device in industry. High cost production and valuable machinery can become completely paralysed due to a fault in a single motor. The cost of a motor rewind or replacement is insignificant when compared to production downtime. Experience shows us that motor protection continues to be a problem, based on the high number of breakdowns occurring on a daily basis, mainly caused by: overloads, locked rotor, phase imbalance or phase loss, long and heavy start-ups, excessive operational cycles, or heating from non-electric causes. Over 60% of faults are due to causes not adequately detected by conventional protection systems. These produce excessive heat in the windings, which causes a drastic reduction in the operating life of the motor. FANOX offers the ideal solution with its wide range of electronic protection relays which, worldwide, prevent motors from burning out on a daily basis, with the subsequent savings made on repairs and the resultant downtime The technical advantages that illustrate the benefits of FANOX relays as follows: Thermal memory which continuously memorises heating and cooling during startup, operation, overload and shutdown cycles. The immediate detection of missing phases, even with the motor operating with a small load, shutting it down quickly to prevent costly faults. Identification of the cause of the trip. The relays instantly signal the cause of the trip, permitting the rapid identification of the fault, and therefore rapid actions to be taken. FANOX relays can also fitted with an external OD display module, the size of a 22mm diameter button, which, mounted on the exterior of the motor control cabinet or central unit, displays the cause of the motor stoppage. The display module also incorporates a reset button for operator convenience. All of the above features, together with the connection of the relay to heat sensors (PTCs) fitted in the motor to provide protection against overheating, the different classes of trip to adapt the protection against overloads for all class of applications and the incorporation of protection against phase reversal, have made FANOX relays into the most reliable on the market, far exceeding the limited functions of other conventional methods of protection such as thermal relays, electro-thermal relays or motor protection relays. All in all, FANOX motor protection relays provide significant advantages at a very competitive price, significantly reducing downtime by prolonging the operating life of the motor and reducing maintenance and rewinding costs.

Pump protection
One of the most important problems for pumps during operation is the efficient detection of, and protection against dry running. The most commonly used detection system is the use of float switches and level probes, although the reliability of these methods is rather limited given the operation faults that occur as a result of sludge and particle deposits on the electrodes, low water conductivity, etc... Keeping the motor running in excessive overload conditions is equally important. This is normally carried out using thermal bi-metallic relays, although these are not always effective. Other faults that usually occur are those related to the phase loss or phase sequence reversal in the case of three-phase pumps or voltage increases in single-phase pumps. Just one of these occurrences could cause elevated losses, leaving the pumps out of service. FANOX electronic relays are specifically designed for the complete protection of both single-phase and three-phase pumps, or of any other system where no load operation is critical. The great advantage of these relays is that by using the motor itself as a sensor, without the need for external detectors, they control the motor load and stop the motor before a costly fault occurs due to dry running, cavitation, closed valve, etc. In this way awkward float switches and level probes are not required, therefore saving both time and money on installation and maintenance. The underload is controlled by the measurement of undercurrent or of cos for threephase pumps or of just undercurrent for single-phase pumps. The relays memorise the thermal image of the motor during its heating and cooling cycles thereby offering effective protection against overloads. Other aspects worth pointing out are the protection against phase imbalance and phase failure and the detection of the phase sequence to ensure that the motor rotates in the right direction. FANOX relays also provide protection against overvoltage in single-phase pumps. The three-phase relays can also be fitted with the OD display module previously described.

Generator protection
One of the main problems when it comes to protecting a generator is protection against overloads. The use of thermal-magnetic switches, fuses or thermal relays is not effective, as their trip curves do not adapt to the operating limit curve or generator damage curve; this curve relates the generator overload to the maximum time that can be allowed for its operation in these conditions with no significant damage. FANOX offers three devices to maintain the generator within the established operating parameters. The GEN relay provides effective protection against overloads and imbalance or a missing phase, signalling the cause of the trip. It is equipped with a thermal memory which memorizes the generator heating and cooling in such a way that it will trip faster if another overload has been detected previously. Its 16 selectable trip curves, situated below the generator limit curve, allow for optimal operation without overloads causing irreparable damage. The H relay controls the frequency, ensuring it is kept within the previously set limits. It has 2 independent output relays and the minimum or maximum frequency output relay is activated according to the cases selected with the delay. The U3 relays are used to control the voltage value of the installation.

Lift protection
A fundamental aspect for the safety and correct operation of an elevator is to ensure that the electrical installation is protected against problems caused by phase asymmetries or a missing phase or reversal of the phase sequence, and to ensure that the motor operates within the established load limits. Also the air temperature of the machine room or of the control panel must be kept within the limits established by the EU Directive for Lifts, to guarantee the correct operations of the items installed there. FANOX has relays specifically developed to cover these requirements. The T2 relay monitors the air temperature in the machine room or the control panel, according to standard EN81-1. Two potentiometers allow the temperature limits to be adjusted to between minimum limits of 5 to +5 and maximum limits of +40 to 55. The T2 is suitable for installation in lifts with and without a machine room. The S phase control relay protects against asymmetries, missing phases and phase sequence inversion. ST and GL relays are available for motor protection. The first of these detects asymmetries, phase loss and phase sequence reversal and motor overtemperature by means of PTC sensors. The GL relay is a current relay which is equipped for protection against overload with thermal memory, blocked rotor, asymmetry and phase loss, incorrect phase sequence and overtemperature by means of PTC sensors.

Medium voltage protection


The energy sector, particularly electrical energy, is undergoing a profound worldwide transformation. The rapid advance of modern society and its increasingly high demand for energy, means there are more and more distribution lines and installations requiring advanced supervision systems to keep them operating in a safe and continuous manner. Aware of this, FANOX, following years of research and development, offers a complete family of equipment that provides an efficient and economical solution. The SI system consists of a series of digital and communicated protection and control relays for electrical distribution installations and networks intended for industrial systems and medium voltage electrical substations. The family consists of equipment specifically designed to protect and control, amongst others, the following items: The medium voltage lines which distribute electrical energy to installations. The transformers which adjust the levels of medium to low voltage. The machines and motors, consuming electrical energy, of each industrial installation. The generators, in the multiple cases where the plant has cogeneration. All the units are digital and communicated, providing them with a number of advantages: Self-diagnostic and event recording functions into a non volatile memory. One or two communication ports using the ModBus-RTU protocol. A communication port is fitted with a GSM modem (AT-commands), which can send SMS messages to the mobile phones of maintenance staff. They have an alarm recorder which can be configured by the user, to be used in built in systems. Two oscillographic recorders are fitted in the non-volatile memory, capable of recording up to 8 analogue and 32 digital waves, sampled 32 times/cycle during 33 cycles. A powerful programmable logic, to configure the outputs, the commands and the equipment alarms. From an operating safety viewpoint, it is worth mentioning the internal backup batteries which provide the energy required to maintain the unit in operation, plus the capacity to act on cut off items (trip coil), should the auxiliary supply fail. They are fitted with an MMI consisting of an LCD display and keys. Via this, system measurements, instantaneous states, counters, status of the inputs and outputs, date and time, event recorder, etc. can be consulted. Another way of connecting with the unit is to use its Sicom communications programme, which allows the information to be adjusted, configured and visualised.

Customized electronic products


Each day more and more companies opt to outsource the design and development and even construction of their products. The tendency is to transfer the work and responsibilities to a more qualified external supplier. In practice, a technologically advanced department is achieved, which, although outside the company, operates as an internal department. In the area of Systems and Communications Electronics, FANOX provides the Clients with a complete service as Technological Associate. As the need for applied electronics is becoming wider, more varied and more complex in industrial processes, particularly amongst original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and focused from a competitive viewpoint, FANOX provides its Customers with an important asset of knowledge and experience in: Systems Engineering (Hardware, Software and Communication) Adaptation capacity to different protocols (RTUs) Adaptation to international standards Design of systems and schematics adapted to the customers requirements Prototype design and production Testing Supply of completed product (Brand labelling) Complete confidentiality Within this department units with extremely different concepts and performance have been developed, such as: A digital regulator for fan coils: this includes energy and alarm management functions, built into the centralised control systems of hotels or large office buildings by means of a ModBus communication protocol. Control equipment for electric transformer substations, which establish speed levels of communication and immunity against external disruptions outside the scope of any industrial PLC. Electronic load limiter for lifting systems which are being used by the main producers of bridge cranes and platform lifts. Audible alarm for the elevator industry, adapted to the new standards regarding accessibility in buildings for persons with sight deficiencies.

Motor protection relays


Protections Overload Phase imbalance or phase loss
Basic motor protection
For motors of low and medium power in several applications such as compressors, ventilators, surface mounted pumps, conveyor belts, machine tools, and in general to protect motors which need dependable and accurate protection relays for every type of start. Its 3 trip classes cover many types of starting or working cycles.

External display module


By means of this plug-in optional accessory, the relay status can be seen and reset from the exterior of the electrical panel board. Easy to install. Size of a 22 mm push button. Suitable for motor control centres (MCC) and panel boards.

ODC

Relay C with external display module

Protections Models
Adjustment range Motor 400 V 50/60 Hz IB (A) HP kW
single phase single phase single phase

Code no. according to the 230 Vac 115 Vac relay voltage supply (+15% -10%) ac: 50/60 Hz 24 Vac, dc

C9 3 - 9,3 2 - 5,5 1,5 - 4 11203 11202 11200

C 21 9 - 21,6 7,5 - 12 5,5 - 9 11223 11222 11220

C 45 20 - 45,2 15 - 30 11 - 22 11243 11242 11240

For IN of the motor below the minimum setting IB For IN of the motor above the maximum setting IB External display module (optional)

Pass the cables several times (n) through the holes in the relay IB = n x IN Use 3 CT .../5 and the relay C9 and pass the secondary twice through the holes

ODC Models ODC Code no. 12530 Relay type C

Characteristics
Thermal memory / Overload trip Maximum motor nominal voltage Trip classes (IEC 947-4-1) Phase imbalance protection Reset mode Signalling LEDs Output contacts Switching power Terminals: Max. section / screw torque Power consumption Protection degree / weight / mounting Storage temperature Operation temperature / max. altitude Standards

Yes / From 1,1 x IB 1000 Vac 10 - 20 - 30 Over 40%. Tripping time < 3s Manual and remote 3 LEDs: ON + + 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN C9: 6,5VA (230Vac); 3VA (115Vac)/ C21 - C45: 2,5 VA IP20 / 0,3 kg / DIN rail -30C +70C -15 +60C / 1000m ; -15 +50C / 3000m IEC 255, IEC 947, IEC 801, EN 50081-2
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This optional display module is mounted externally, e.g. on the panel door or a draw-out unit in a motor control centre (MCC) and connected to the relay by a flat cable (length 2 meters). The module has the appropriate LEDs to signal the trip cause and a reset push-button. Weight: 0,05 kg. Protection degree: IP50

For dimensions, installation, setting and curves, see page 30 and following.

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For 3-phase motors from 1 to 630 A and over. Cable feed through. Precise motor heating and cooling memory, reproduces its thermal image. Inmediate detection of phase loss (3 s), even at low load. Visual indication of tripping cause.

Protection Overload Phase imbalance or phase loss Over temperature Phase sequence

Integral motor protection


For whatever power motors (1 to 630 A and over), in several applications such as surface mounted pumps, compressors, mixers, ventilators, elevators, cranes, industrial refrigeration and in general for those motors requiring complete protection where over temperature (by means of PTC sensor) and incorrect phase sequence protection is required. Its 7 trip classes cover all types of starting or working cycle.

External display module


By means of this plug-in optional accessory, the relay status can be seen and reset from the exterior of the electrical panel board. Easy to install. Size of a 22 mm push button. Suitable for motor control centres (MCC) and panel boards.

GL

ODGL

Relay GL with external display module

Protections Models
Adjustment range Motor 400 V 50/60 Hz IB (A) HP kW
single phase single phase single phase

Code no. according to the 230 Vac 115 Vac relay voltage supply (+15% -10%) ac: 50/60 Hz 24 Vac, dc

GL 16 4 - 16,7 3 - 10 2,2 - 7,5 11303 11302 11300

GL 40 15 - 40,5 10 - 25 7,5 - 18,5 11323 11322 11320

GL 90 40 - 91 30 - 60 22 - 45 11343 11342 11340

For IN of the motor below the minimum setting IB For IN of the motor above the maximum setting IB External display module (optional)

Pass the cables several times (n) through the holes in the relay IB = n x IN Use 3 CT .../5 and the relay GL16 and pass the secondary through the holes

ODGL Models ODGL Code no. 12535 Relay type GL

Characteristics
Thermal memory / Overload trip Maximum motor nominal voltage Trip classes (IEC 947-4-1) Phase sequence protection Phase imbalance protection PTC Min/max cold resist.-Average trip / reset resist. Reset mode Signalling LEDs Output contacts Switching power Terminals: Max. section / screw torque Power consumption Protection degree / weight / mounting Storage temperature Operation temperature / max. altitude Standards

Yes / From 1,1 x IB 1000 Vac 5 - 10 - 15 - 20 - 25 - 30 - 35 ON OFF Actuates during the motor start Over 40%. Tripping time < 3s 25 / 1500 - 3600 / 1800 Manual and remote 4 LEDs: ON + + + 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 2,5 VA (115-230 Vac) - 1,5 W (24 Vdc) IP20 / 0,5 kg / DIN rail -30C +70C -15C +60C / 1000m; -15C +50C / 3000m IEC 255, IEC 947, IEC 801, EN 50081-2
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This optional display module is mounted externally, e.g. on the panel door or a draw-out unit in a motor control centre (MCC) and connected to the relay by a flat cable (length 2 meters). The module has the appropriate LEDs to signal the trip cause and a reset push-button. Weight: 0,05 kg. Protection degree: IP50

For dimensions, installation, setting and curves, see page 30 and following.

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Pump protection relays


(Without level sensors)
Protections Overload Undercurrent cos Underload Phase imbalance or phase loss Phase sequence Overvoltage
Single phase pump protection
Under load protection by undercurrent Suitable for 1-phase submersible pumps. By monitoring undercurrent it avoids problems caused by dry running, cavitation, etc. The great advantage of the PS relay is that, without requiring any external detectors like level electrodes, it monitors the load of the motor and stop it before a expensive breakdown occurs.

Three phase pump protection


Under load protection by undercurrent Suitable where the undercurrent (running without load) is critical, such us submersible pumps, surface pumps, etc. In these cases, when the equipments run without load (dry well) the relay trips by undercurrent. The great advantage of the P relays is that, without requiring any external detectors like level electrodes, it monitors the load of the motor and stop it before a expensive breakdown occurs.

PS

Protections Models
Adjustment range Motor 400 V 50/60 Hz Code no. according to the relay voltage supply (+15% -10%) ac: 50/60 Hz IB (A) HP kW 230 Vac 115 Vac 24 Vac, dc 230 Vac
single phase single phase single phase

400/440 Vac 3-phase (motor)


3-phase (motor)

For IN of the motor below the minimum setting IB For IN of the motor above the maximum setting IB External display module (optional)

PS 11 3 - 11 0,5 - 2 0,37 - 1,5 12161 (self-powered) 12162 (self-powered) -

P 19 7 - 19,6 4 - 10 3 - 7,5 11403 11402 11400 -

P 44 19 - 44,2 12,5 -27,5 9,2 - 20 11423 11422 11420 -

P 90 40 - 90,4 27,5 - 55 20 - 40 11443 11442 11440 -

Pass the cables several times (n) through the holes in the relay IB = n x IN Use 3 CT .../5 and the relay P 19

ODP

Characteristics
Thermal memory / Overload trip Maximum motor nominal voltage Trip classes (IEC 947-4-1) Phase sequence protection Phase imbalance protection Undercurrent protection adjustable / Trip delay Underload protection by cos / Trip delay PTC Min/max cold resist.-Average trip / reset resist. Overvoltage protection Reset mode Signalling LEDs Output contacts Switching power Terminals: Max. section / screw torque Power consumption Protection degree / weight / mounting Storage temperature Operation temperature / max. altitude Standards

Yes / From 1,1 x IB 230 Vac 10 From 0,4 to 0,9 x IB / 5 s From nominal V + 15% Remote and automatic (every 5 minutes) 3 LEDs: ON + + 1 relay with 1 NO Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 7 VA (230 Vac) - 4 VA (115 Vac) IP20 / 0,5 kg / DIN rail -30C +70C -15C +60C / 1000m; -15C +50C / 3000m IEC 255, IEC 947, IEC 801, EN 50081-2

Yes / From 1,1 x IB 1000 Vac 5 - 10 - 15 Yes Over 40%. Tripping time < 3s From 0,5 to 0,9 x IB .Operative from 0,3 x IB / 3 s Manual, remote and automatic (every 15 minutes) 4 LEDs: ON + + + 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 2,5 VA IP20 / 0,5 kg / DIN rail -30C +70C -15C +60C / 1000m; -15C +50C / 3000m IEC 255, IEC 947, IEC 801, EN 50081-2
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For dimensions, installation, setting and curves, see page 30 and following.

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Without requiring level sensors to detect dry running. For 3-phase motors (P, PF) from 1 to 630 A and over. Cable feed through. For 1-phase motors (PS) from 3 to 11 A. Precise motor heating and cooling memory, reproduces its thermal image. Visual indication of tripping cause.
Three phase pump protection
Underload protection by cos Suitable for 3-phase submersible pumps, petrol station pumps, and other type of pumps and systems where running without load is critical (dry well, transmission belt broken, etc.). The great advantage of these relays is that, by using the motor itself as a sensor and without requiring any external detectors, they monitor the cos of the motor and stop it before a breakdown caused by dry running, cavitation or closed valve, occurs.

External display module


By means of this plug-in optional accessory, the relay status can be seen and reset from the exterior of the electrical panel board. Easy to install. Size of a 22 mm push button. Suitable for motor control centres (MCC) and panel boards.

PF

OD

Relay PF with external display module

cos
PF 16 4 - 16,6 2 - 10 1,5 - 7,5 11374 11373 PF 47 16 - 47,5 10 - 30 7,5 - 22 11384 11383 Models ODP ODPF Code no. 12540 12555 Relay type P PF

Pass the cables several times (n) through the holes in the relay IB = n x IN Use 3 CT .../5 and the relay PF16

ODPF

Yes / From 1,1 x IB 400 Vac 10 - 20 - 30 Yes Over 40%. Tripping time < 3s cos adjustable from 0,15 to 1,0 / adjustable from 5 to 45s Manual, remote and automatic (every 15 minutes) 4 LEDs: ON + + cos + 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 1,5 W - 12 VA (230 Vac) - 20 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,5 kg / DIN rail -30C +70C -15C +60C / 1000m; -15C +50C / 3000m IEC 255, IEC 947, IEC 801, EN 50081-2

This optional display module is mounted externally, e.g. on the panel door or a draw-out unit in a motor control centre (MCC) and connected to the relay by a flat cable (length 2 meters). The module has the appropriate LEDs to signal the trip cause and a reset push-button. Weight: 0,05 kg. Protection degree: IP50

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Relays for the protection of EEx e motors


Protections Overload Phase imbalance or phase loss Overtemperature

Certificates for use as category 3 - Directive ATEX 94/9/EC. For 3-phase motors up to 1000 Vac. Currents from 1,5 to 630 A and over. With thermal memory. Visual indication of tripping cause.
Relay to be used with the external display module
With the same features and applications as the G17 relay, the BG17 relay incorporates an external display module which shows the status of the relay and allows it to be reset from outside of the panel or the motor control center (MCC). As the BG17 is designed for use with the ODG display module, it does not include the LED signals on the front of the relay itself.

Protection of motors in explosive or hazardous areas


As of the 30th of June, 2003, in the European Union, the products marketed or placed in service in potentially explosive areas must conform to Directive ATEX 94/9/EC. These relays are applicable for EEx e motors with intensities up to 630A and above, which run in potentially explosive areas such as petrochemical industries, plastic factories, etc. The relay is installed outside the explosive area.

BG

ATEX
Protections Models
Adjustment range Motor 400 V 50/60 Hz Code no. according to the relay voltage supply IB (A) HP kW 230 Vac 115 Vac 24 Vdc single phase single phase

For IN of the motor below the minimum setting IB For IN of the motor above the maximum setting IB External display module / Code no.

G 17 BG 17 5 - 17,7 5 - 17,7 3 - 10 3 - 10 2,2 - 7,5 2,2 - 7,5 10723 10733 10722 10732 10720 10730 Pass the motor cables several times (n) through the corresponding holes in the relay IB = n x IN Use 3 CTs .../5 and pass their secondary twice (n=2) through the relay holes No ODG / 12505 G 17 y BG 17 Yes / From 1,1 x IB 1000 V Cold tripping times at 6 x IB from 2 to 30s Over 40%. Tripping time < 3s 100 / 1500 - 2750 Manual and remote 4 LEDs: ON + one for each protection 115 - 230 Vac (+15% -6%) / 24 Vdc (10%) 50/60 Hz (from 49 to 61,2 Hz) 2,5 VA (115 - 230 Vac) / 1,5 W (24 Vdc) GL 6 A 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 1000 A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN IP20 / 0,5 Kg / DIN rail -30C +70C -15C +60C EN 5081-2, EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 60529, EN 60947-5-1, UL 508 EN 60947-1, EN 60947-4-1, EN 60255-8, EN 954-1, EN 60079-14, EN 60034-1, EN 50019 ODG display module This module, which is the size of a pushbutton of 22 mm, is mounted outside on the panel door or on the front of the motor control center (MCC), and is connected to the relay by means of a 2 meters long flat cable. Weight: 0,05 Kg. ATEX Certificaction Relays G and BG are certificate for use as category 3, with ATEX marked:

Characteristics
Thermal memory / Overload trip Maximum motor nominal voltage 15 adjustable tripping curves Phase imbalance protection PTC min/max cold resist. / Average trip resistance Reset mode Signalling LEDs Single phase auxiliary power supply Voltage Us Frequency Consumption Protection fuse Output contacts Switching capacity in abnormal conditions Short-circuit resistance Terminals max. section / Screw torque Protection degree / weight / mounting Storage temperature Operation temperature Standards
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II (3) G EEx e
PTB approval: G and BG relays have been approved by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt-PTB for the protection of EEx e protected explosion motors (DIN EN 50019 / DIN VDE 0170 /DIN VDE 0171 part 6) according to the stipulations and requirements of PTB. PTB report no. PTB Ex 3.43-30004/00
Ex
3.43 - 30004/00 ...../00

For dimensions, installation, setting and curves, see page 30 and following.

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Generator protection relay


Protections Overload Phase imbalance or phase loss
Generator protection
This relay is specially applicable for protecting low voltage generators up to 1000 Vac, and current up to 2000 A or higher. Precise motor heating and cooling memory, reproduces its thermal image. It offers a suitable protection since you can choose among 15 tripping curves in order to avoid the generator working over its damage curve.

For generators up to 1000 Vac. With themal memory. Visual indication of tripping cause. Fast tripping curves.

External display module


By means of this plug-in optional accessory the relay status can be seen and reset from the exterior of the electrical panel board. Easy to install. Size of 22 mm push button.

GEN

OD

Protections Models
Adjustment range IB (A) Auxiliary voltage supply (+15% -10%) Code no. For IN of the generator above 10,3 A External display module (optional)

GEN 10 4 - 10,3 24 Vdc 11350 Use 3 current transformers.../5 ODGEN

Characteristics
Thermal memory / Overload trip Maximum generator nominal voltage Trip time t6 x IB Phase imbalance protection Reset mode Signalling LEDs Output contacts Switching power Terminals: Max.section / screw torque Power consumption Protection degree / weight / mounting Storage temperature Operation temperature / max. altitude Standards

Yes / From 1,1 x IB 1000 Vac 15 adjustable curves from 0,2 to 3 s. Over 20%. Tripping time < 3s Manual and remote 3 LEDs: ON + one for each protection 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 1,5 W IP20 / 0,5 kg / DIN rail -30C +70 C -15C +60C / 1000m; -15C +50C / 3000m IEC 255, IEC 801, EN 50081-2
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Models ODGEN

Code no. 12545

Relay type GEN

This optional display module is mounted externally e.g. on the panel door, and is connected to the relay by a flat cable of 2 meters. The module has the appropriate LEDs to signal the trip cause and a reset push-button. Weight: 0,05 Kg.

Other relays for generators:


H: Frequency relay (See page 23). U3P: Three-phase voltage relay (See page 23). U3N: Three-phase voltage relay (See page 23).

For dimensions, installation, setting and curves, see page 30 and following.

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Soft Starters and Motor Controller


Functions Soft start Soft stop Phase imbalance or phase loss Overtemperature Phase sequence
Lower maintenance cost. No pressure surge when using pumps and compressors. Reduces hammering. Less current and voltage drop during start up. Allows for reduced power supply contracts. Mechanical dimensioning can be optimised. Simplified automation. Assembly, setting, installation, commissioning and maintenance are made easy by the compact design. Reduces start and stop torque, eliminating mechanical problems. Additional cooling is not necessary thanks to the bypass built-in relay. Substitutes the conventional contactors: one for direct start-up and three for star-delta start-up.

ES

Functions Models
Nominal voltage 50/60 Hz Maximum current A kW Motor power HP Code no. V15%

ES 400-3 3 1,1 1,5 41803

ES 400-12 400 12 5,5 7,5 41812

ES 400-25 400 25 11 15 41825

ES 400-45
400 45 22 30 41845

Characteristics
Control voltage (15%) Degree of protection Operating temperature Standards and approvals

A1-A2 = 24-100 Vac,dc / A1-A3 = 110-480 Vac IP20 -20C +50C IEC947-4-2 UL, CSA and CE mark ES 400-3 ES 400-12 green yellow yellow ES 400-25 green yellow yellow red

A1-A2 = 24-400 Vac,dc

Indications
Supply Ramps Bypass relay Semiconductors overtemperature Motor overtemperature (PTC) Phase loss Phase sequence

POWER ON RAMPING BYPASS OVERHEAT OVERHEAT LOSS WRONG

ES 400-45 green yellow yellow flashing red continuous red red red 0 - 70% 1 - 10 s 1 - 30 s
L1 L2 L3

Adjustments
Start torque (% of nominal torque) Start-up time Stop time

0 - 85% 0,5 - 5 s 0,5 - 5 s


Torque
direct start-up resistant torque Soft start

5 - 50% 0,5 - 10 s 0,5 - 20 s

speed

Uc 110-480 V 24-110 V A3 A2 0 A1

In
Nominal speed

Current

t Speed
Direct start wave forms Soft start wave forms

Dimensions see page 35.

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For three-phase induction motors of up to 22 kW / 400 V. Built in heat dissipater and electro-mechanical bypass relay. Substitutes the conventional contactors with a greater operating life. One in direct start-up and three in star-delta start-up.

Operation
These units represent the best protection against the premature ageing of motors and mechanical items. Sudden starts and stops, that can produce damages in the bearings and gears of the motors, are eliminated. They prevent frequent faults and objects falling onto conveyer belts. They reduce mechanical impact in motors, axles, gears and belts, significantly prolonging the operating life of the controlled units. An electronic circuit with semiconductors starts the motor without using the contacts. Hence these do not withstand sparks or erosion. When the minimal voltage of the motor is reached the semiconductors are bypassed by the relay contacts. Thanks to this technology, the ES starters have a longer operating life than conventional contactors. They are easy to install and control. They can operate by means of an external control signal, such as a programmable automaton.

Potentiometer setting
Motor voltage
1

Mode of Operation
a) Change from on line direct start to soft start:

100%
3

1) Cut off the cable from the motor and insert the ES starter. 2) Connect the control input to two of the input lines. Set the potentiometers according to the settings mode. 3) Reconnect the power supply. Time

1 Ramp up time: RAMP UP. 2 Ramp-down time: RAMP DOWN. 3 Par: INITIAL TORQUE. Voltage when ramp-up begins. Potentiometers 1 2 and 3 Initially set potentiometers 1 and 2 to maximum. Connect the supply and set potentiometer 3 so that the motor begins to rotate as soon as the supply is applied. Set the ramp-up and ramp-down times to the desired value.

On connecting C1, the starter performs a soft motor start. On disconnecting C1, the motor stops, the starter resets to zero and after 0.5 seconds a new soft start up may be performed. (fig. 1 and fig. 4) b) Soft Start / Soft Stop (fig. 2 and fig. 3) When S1 is closed (connection diagram), the soft motor start is realised according to the potentiometers setting of initial t and % torque. When S1 is open the soft stop is realised in accordance with the ramp down potentiometer setting.

Connection diagram ES 400-3 , 12 and 25


Soft start
L1 L2 L3

Applications
For three-phase motors in applications such as: Pumps. Cold compressors. Conveyor belts, lifting devices, etc. Mixers.
I> I> I>
C1

Soft start / soft stop


L1 L2 L3

Fans, extractor fans and blowers.


I> I> L2 I> L3
S1 A1

Garage doors and elevators. Concrete mixers. Palletizer devices, etc.

L1

L2

L3
A1

L1

ES
A2/A3

ES
A2/A3

~
W

M 3~
fig. 1

M 3~
fig. 2

ES 400-45

C1

L1

L2

L3 A1

Motor or PTC input Alarma 11 Bypass 21 Common 22

P1 P2

L1

L2

L3 A1

A2

S1

A2

U/T1 V/T2 W/T3

U/T1 V/T2 W/T3

M 3~
fig. 3

M 3~
fig. 4

17

Self-powered protection system SIA


Applications

Transformation centre protection. Phase reversal, instantaneous neutral and overtemperature by external detector. Self-powered and with auxiliary supply. PC communication programme: SIcom.

Protection
The centre protection possesses two cut-off items: Breaker: these centres have a breaker in the medium voltage part with a limited cut-off capacity. This permits the elimination of the greatest amount of incidents, particularly those related with the neutral. The breaker must always be closed manually. Fuse: when the leakage current is extremely high, the breaker does not have sufficient cut-off capacity, discharging this responsibility on the fuses. The protection is blocked, when there is more than 300 A of leakage current.

The SIA protection is specifically designed for the protection of transformation centres, associated to a mixed cut off item, via breaker or fuse. The transformation centre has a medium voltage input line, a transformer of, for example, 500kVA or 1MVA of nominal power and various low voltage lines.

SIA

Protection
51P 50N 49 Measurements

Description
Phase inversal time overcurrent with blocking by overcurrent (300 A or 20 times the tap) Neutral instantaneous overcurrent Machine thermal function (external trip) Neutral and phase current (module / argument: primary / secondary)

Quantity
1 1 1

Supply
As well as functions of the secondary cell protection another important characteristic of these transformation centres is the need to eliminate their maintenance. A way in which this maintenance can be reduced is to have the electronics self fed from the operation current itself. This avoids the use of batteries, chargers, etc. It also admits another two types of supply: Auxiliary voltage at 230 Vac. Via communications port RS232 using a 9V battery. This permits the SIA to be powered and set when setting in operation or to check operation under any circumstance.

Inputs and Outputs


External Trip Input Trip Output Type T-2, toroidal C.T. (double core)

Quantity
1 1 3

Supply
External supply: 230 Vac. Self-powered from 5 A of phase current Powered via communications port RS232

Communications and HMI


Frontal: RS232 ModBus RTU-19200 HMI: LCD of 20 x 2 and 7 keys 1 Supply LED 3 Bistable trip indicators 3

Control and recording


Events recording in volatile memory Events recording in non-volatile memory

Equipment Settings
The SIA unit stores the settings in a removable and interchangeable non-volatile memory card. This allows for a faulty unit to be replaced by another without having to reset the unit via HMI or via the SIcom communications software.

Dimensions (mm)
Body: 202 x 160 x 60 Front: 218 x 176

Connection diagram

FUSE

trip BREAKER supply CT measurement supply local communication

SIA
TRANSFORMER t
230Vac

......................

18

Line protection industrial system SIL


Applications

Line protection. Instantaneous and reverse phase and neutral. Internal backup batteries, to operate in the case of an auxiliary power supply failure. SMS communication for maintenance staff. Multifunction digital and/or analogue inputs and programmable outputs which permit great versatility.
Protection
The protection functions of the SIL unit are those of the line itself, one instantaneous time phase and neutral current, both with 2 levels, and one inverse time phase and inverse time neutral with selectable inverse, very inverse and extremely inverse time curves, according to the IEC standard. It is also fitted with a PT 100 input to measure the machine temperature.

The SIL unit is specifically designed to protect medium voltage lines in the following applications: Transformation centre and basic line for solid neutral. Basic line for isolated neutral. Non integrated line with SCADA for solid neutral. Non integrated line with SCADA for isolated neutral. Integrated line with SCADA for solid neutral. Integrated line with SCADA for isolated neutral.

SIL

Protection
51P / 51N 50P / 50N 46 52 50BF 67P / 67N / 67NA 49 / 49PTC 27P / 59P 25 32 / 40 79 81O / 81U

Description
Phase and neutral inversal time overcurrent Phase and neutral instantaneous overcurrent Reverse phase or phase-balance current Breaker monitoring and diagnostic Breaker failure Phase, neutral or isolated neutral, directional overcurrent Thermal image from the current and from the PTC Phase undervoltage and overvoltage Synchronism-check Directional power and loss function Reclosing function Overfrequency and underfrequency

Quantity
1/1 2/2 1 1 1 optional optional optional optional optional optional optional

Communication
The SIL unit has front communication so that the status of the unit can be consulted and its operating parameters can be changed via the SIcom communication software. According to the model, it has a rear port for remote communications with protocol ModBus-RTU, specifically intended for the integration of the unit in SCADA systems. According to the model, it also has the possibility of SMS communication, on a list of preset telephones for the maintenance staff when it is not connected to a SCADA.

Control and Measuring


The SIL unit is fitted with a powerful input and output configuration mechanism via programmable logic. It has 5 outputs: 3 NA and 2 NC which can be configured individually. It has 4 inputs which can be used as analogue or digital. These inputs are galvanically isolated from the CPU to eliminate EMC problems. It is fitted with the following measures: Phase and neutral currents, voltages and power (according to the model), temperature of the machine and analogue inputs.

Control and Recording


Programmable logic and commands Event recording Alarms panel Oscillographic recording 32 2*33 cycles 4A/D 3 NA + 2 NC NiMH, AA opcional

Communications and HMI


Frontal: RS232 (local) Rear: RS485 (remote) Rear: GSM-SMS (remote) HMI: LCD, 20x2 and 6 keys ModBus optional optional 1

Measurements
Phase and neutral current Active and reactive power Machine temperature

Connection diagram
COMUNICATIONS & SMS

METERING

Inputs and Outputs


Inputs Digital outputs PT100 (machine temperature) PTC
50P1 50P2 51P 50N1 50N2 51N 52 46 50BF

PROGAMABLE LOGIC

LOGICAL AND/OR ANALOGIC INPUTS

Supply
The SIL unit has 8 NiMH Technology AA size batteries providing the required power should there be a loss of auxiliary power. As well as feeding the unit, it provides the voltage for the breaker trip, the inputs power and, according to the models, the power for the external modem for SMS messages.

OUTPUTS

PT 100

Supply
Backup battery Power source: Vac, 230 V Vdc (80-150) and (35-60)

DC DC DC DC DC DC DC

+48 Vdc +48 Vdc +24 Vdc +12 Vdc

DC

BACK-UP BATTERY

Dimensions (mm)
Body: 79 x 223 x 250 Front: 79 x 272

*ALTERNATIVE CONNECTIONS

OPTIONAL FEATURES

19

Control relays
Protections Phase imbalance or phase loss Phase sequence Overtemperature Temperature variation Thermistor short-circuit
Phase relay
To protect 3-phase devices Suitable for air conditioning, elevators, cranes, hoists and similar installations. Sensitive to incorrect phase sequence.

Phase and temperature relay


To protect 3-phase devices Suitable for motors with built-in PTC sensors in applications such as elevators, cranes, hoists and similar installations. Sensitive to incorrect phase sequence. Monitoring of short circuit and broken wire in PTC circuit.

ST

Protections Models
Nominal voltage of the line to be monitored (15%) Voltage supply (15%) Code no.

S2 S4 3 x 230 V 3 x 400 V Self-powered (3-phase) 12033 12034

ST2 ST4 3 x 230 V 3 x 400 V Self-powered (3-phase) 12001 12012

Characteristics
Nominal frequency Control range Hysteresis PTC sensor: min/max cold resist - Trip resist Trip time delay Reset mode Signalling LEDs Output contacts Switching power Maximum terminal section / screw torque Power consumption Protection degree / weight Storage / operation temperature

50/60 Hz
Phase loss: with resistive loads it trips when a phase loss occurs. With three-phase motors it trips if the voltage regenerated by the motor is lower than 60% of the main voltage. Phase inbalance > 40%

50/60 Hz
Phase loss: with resistive loads it trips when a phase loss occurs. With three-phase motors it trips if the voltage regenerated by the motor is lower than 60% of the main voltage. Phase inbalance > 40%

< 0,1 s Automatic 2 LEDs: ON + 1 relay with 1 change over NO - NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 7,5 VA (230 Vac) - 11 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,12 kg -30C +70C / -15C +60C

100 / 1500 - 2300 < 0,1 s Automatic 3 LEDs: ON + + 1 relay with 1 change over NO - NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 7,5 VA (230 Vac) - 11 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,12 kg -30C +70C / -15C +60C

PTC
RST RTS RST RS RST T RST RTS RST RS T RST

REL RELAY

RELAY REL

Disparado 14 12 Tripped o Us=0 orUs=0


11

Normal 14 12
11

Tripped Disparado 14 12 orUs=0 o Us=0


11

Normal 14 12
11

For dimensions: see page 35.

20

Self-powered by the voltage to be monitored (S, ST and ST-D). Visual indication of tripping cause. DIN rail mounting.

Phase and temperature relay


To protect 3-phase devices Suitable for motors with built-in PTC sensors in applications such as elevators, cranes, hoists and similar installations. Sensitive to incorrect phase sequence. Monitoring of short-circuit and broken wire in PTC circuit. Two output relays, one for phase imbalance, phase loss and phase sequence and the other for over temperature.

Lift temperature control relay


Controls the temperature of the lift motor room (relay + external module ODT2) or the temperature inside the switchboard for those lifts without motor room (relay + internal sensor INT2). Designed according to the EN 81-1 standard and complying with the European Union Directive for Lifts (95/16/CE). Two adjustable temperature thresholds.

Thermistor protection relay


Controls the temperature by the use of thermistors (PTC sensors) Detects short-circuit (< 25) and breakage in the circuit of sensors. Protects the motors against over temperature caused by excess ambient temperature, insufficient ventilation or cooling, etc. Applicable in transformers and other machines.

ST-D

MT

+
ODT2
External module

T2

+
ST2-D ST4-D 3 x 230 V 3 x 400 V Self-powered (3-phase) 12002 12013

INT2
Internal sensor

T2 230 Vac (Aux) 24 Vac, dc 12051 12052

ODT2 12037

INT2 12036

MT2 230 Vac ( Aux.supply) 12039

50/60 Hz
Phase loss: with resistive loads it trips when a phase loss occurs. With three-phase motors it trips if the voltage regenerated by the motor is lower than 60% of the main voltage. Phase inbalance > 40%

100 / 1500 - 2300 < 0,1 s Automatic 3 LEDs: ON + + 2 relays ( + ) with 1 NO Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 7,5 VA (230 Vac) - 11 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,13 kg -30C +70C / -15C +60C

50/60 Hz Maximum temperature setting from 40C to 55C Minimum temperature setting from -5C to 5C 2C Automatic 2 LEDs: ON + 1 relay with 1 change over NO - NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 5 VA (230 Vac) - 0,5 W (24 Vdc) IP20 / 0,11 kg -30C +70C / -15C +60C

50/60 Hz According to the PTC installed 25 / 1500 - 3600. Reset1800 < 0,1s Automatic 3 LEDs: ON + + 1 relay with 1 NO + 1 NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 6 VA (230 Vac) IP20 / 0,12 kg -30C +70C / -15C +60C

PTC
RST RTS RST RS T RST

Temperature Temperatura Tmax Tmx

Tmin Tmn Relay Rel Aux. Tensin supply auxiliar

PTC

11-14

RELAYS RELS
+t 21-24
o

contacto contact 11-14 11-14 contacto contact 11-12 11-14

RELAY REL

Tripped Disparado orUs=0 o Us=0

Normal

Disparado 14 12 Tripped o Us=0 or Us=0


11

Normal 14 12
11

Disparado 97 95 Tripped o Us=0 or Us=0


98 96

Normal

97 95

98 96

21

Voltage & frequency monitoring relays


Protections Phase imbalance or phase loss Phase sequence Overvoltage Undervoltage
N

Single-phase voltage relay


Minimum and maximum thresholds adjustable (two potentiometers). U1D: Tripping time delay adjustable. Instantaneous reset. Protects equipment such as digital instruments or electrical equipment from voltage variations in the network. U1M: Tripping time delay adjustable. Fixed reset delay (5 minutes). Suitable for single phase air conditioning.

Three-phase voltage relay


Protects three-phase installations against voltage variations between phases, incorrect sequence of phases and phase loss. Minimum and maximum thresholds adjustable (two potentiometers). Tripping time delay adjustable (two potentiometers). Model U3S-420 is valid for 400 and 440 nominal V.

Loss of neutral

Hz Frequency variation

U1 D

U1 M

U3 S

Protections Models
Frequency Maximum threshold Minimum threshold Code no. V / Hz V / Hz

U1D-24D U1D-115 U1D-230

U1M-24D U1M-115 U1M-230

DC 23-28 19-25 12028

50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 105-135 215-275 90-120 160-230 12026 12027

DC 23-28 19-25 12080

50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 105-135 215-275 90-120 160-230 12081 12082

U3S-230 50/60 Hz 210-290 185-230 12071

U3S-420 50/60 Hz 380-500 350-430 12070

Characteristics
Type of supply to be monitored Auxiliary supply 10% Accuracy Trip time delay (TD) Reset time delay (RD) Reset mode Hysteresis Signalling LEDs Output contacts Switching power Terminals: Max. section / Screw torque Power consumption Protection degree / weight Storage / operation temperature

Single phase Self-powered +4% -1%; +1% -4% 0,1 to 6s (20%) for U1D: No / U1M: fix 5 min. Automatic 4% of the nominal voltage 3 LEDs: ON + + 1 relay with 1 change-over NO - NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 3 VA (115 Vac) - 7 VA (230 Vac) - 0,7W (24 Vdc) IP20 / 0,11 kg -30C +70 C / -15C +60C
U> U<
REL RELAY 11 U1-D LED's H

Three phase Self-powered +4% -1%; +1% -4% 0,1 to 6s (20%) for Automatic 4% of the nominal voltage 4 LEDs: ON + + + 1 relay with 1 change-over NO - NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 7,5 VA (230 Vac) - 11 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,12 kg -30C +70 C / -15C +60C

U> H U< H
TD TD

L 1-2 L 2-3 L 3-1

14 12

U<
1

U>

U<
REL RELAY 11
14 12

RST

SRT

14

REL RELAY 11 U1-M LED's

12

t RD

TD RD

TD RD LED's

TD

TD

TD

Si TD>t If TD>t

U<

U>

U<

U<

U>

U>

U<

For dimensions see page 35.

22

Self-powered by the voltage to be monitored Visual indication of tripping cause DIN rail mounting

Three-phase voltage relay - 3 wire


Suitable to protect three-phase installations against variations in main voltage. Sensitive to incorrect phase sequence. Applicable in generators. Maximum and minimum thresholds can be adjusted separately. Two independent output relays. Reset time delay adjustable.

Three-phase voltage relay - 4 wire


Suitable to protect three-phase with neutral installations against variations in main voltage and loss of neutral. Sensitive to incorrect phase sequence. Applicable in generators. Maximum and minimum thresholds can be adjusted separately. Two independent output relays. Reset time delay adjustable. Monitors neutral

1-phase frequency monitoring relay


Suitable for monitoring the frequency of a single phase or 3-phase system with or without neutral. Suitable for generators, alternators and electrical generator sets. Maximum and minimum thresholds can be adjusted separately. Two independent output relays.

U3 P

U3 N

Hz>
U3N-440 50/60 Hz 440-500 380-440 12057

Hz<

U3P-230 50/60 Hz 230-260 200-230 12066

U3P-400 50/60 Hz 400-460 340-400 12065

U3P-440 50/60 Hz 440-500 380-440 12067

U3N-230 50/60 Hz 230-260 200-230 12056

U3N-400 50/60 Hz 400-460 340-400 12055

115 Vac Self-powered single phase 230 Vac 50/60 Hz selectable by a dip switch Hz> From +0,5 to +3,5 Hz. Steps of 0,5 Hz (0,1%) Hz< From -0,5 to -3,5 Hz. Steps of 0,5 Hz (0,1%) 12100 12101

Three phase Self-powered +4% -1%; +1% -4% 0,1 to 3,7s (20%) for Automatic 4% of the nominal voltage 4 LEDs: ON + + + 2 relays with 1 NO Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 12 VA (230 Vac) - 20 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,35 kg -30C +70 C / -15C +60C

Three-phase with neutral Self-powered +4% -1%; +1% -4% 0,1 to 3,7s (20%) for N Automatic 4% of the nominal voltage 4 LEDs: ON + + + N 2 relays with 1 NO Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 12 VA (230 Vac) - 20 VA (400 Vac) IP20 / 0,35 kg -30C +70 C / -15C +60C
N

1-phase, 3-phase and 3-phase with neutral Self powered single phase 0,1% Adjustable from 0,2 to 30 s 5% Automatic 0,5% of the nominal frequency 3 LEDs: ON + Hz> + Hz< 2 relays, 1 per limit, with 1 change over NO - NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN 3,7 VA (230 Vac) IP20 / 0,3 kg -30C +70C / -15C +60C
Hz>
H

U>

H L 1-2 L 2-3 L 3-1

U>

H L 1-2 L 2-3 L 3-1

U< H
RST SRT

U< H
RST SRT

Hz< H
Relay Hz> Rel
TD TD

U>

11-14

U>> 11-14 U 11-14


RELS RELAYS U<< 21-24 U 21-24 TD TD TD LED's LED's TD TD TD TD

Rel Relay Hz< LED's LED's


Hz< Hz> Hz>
14 24 Disparado12 12 14 2222 24 Tripped o Us=0 or Us=0
N

RELAYS RELS U< 21-24

TD Hz<
22 24

LED's

Normal 12 14 Normal 12 14
Hz> Hz> 11
11

U<

U>

U>

U<

U<

U>

U>

U<

Hz> Hz> 11

11

Hz< Hz< 21

21

Hz< 21 Hz< 21

23

Earth leakage relays


Multirange relay with built-in toroidal transformer
Sensitivity from 0,025 to 25A. Trip time delay from 0,02 to 5s. Modular size. DIN rail mounting. Protection front cover.

Multirange relay with built-in toroidal transformer


Sensitivity from 0,025 to 25A. Trip time delay from 0,02 to 5s. Compact device. Suitable for motor control centers (MCC).

ELR-A

ELR-T

Models
Sensitivity Trip time delay Aux. voltage supply 50/60 Hz Code no.

ELR-A Adjustable from 0,025 A to 25 A Adjustable from 0,02 s to 5 s 24-48 Vdc, ac 115 Vdc, ac 230-400 Vac 41017 41015

ELR-T60 ELR-T110 Adjustable from 0,025A to 25 A Adjustable from 0,02 s to 5 s 4-48 Vdc, ac 115 Vdc, ac 24-48 Vdc, ac 115 Vdc, ac 230-400 Vac 230-400 Vac 41107 41105 41102 41100

Characteristics
Toroidal transformer Max. length between relay and transformer Reset mode Signalling LEDs Output contacts mode Output contacts Switching power (resistive load) Maximum terminal section Maximum consumption Modular size Frequency Protection degree / weight Storage / operation temperature Standards

Built-in 28 mm Automatic, manual and remote (in manual mode disconnect the aux. supply during 1s) 2 LED's: ON + Trip Selectable: normally de-energized or energized 2 change over NO-NC 5A - 250V 2,5 mm2 3 VA 6 modules x 17,5 mm = 105 mm 50/60 Hz IP20 / 0,4 kg -10C +60C IEC 41-1, IEC 255, VDE 0664, EN 50081-1, EN 50082-2
Earth
N R S T

Built-in 60 mm and 110 mm Automatic, manual and remote (in manual mode disconnect the aux.supply during1s) 2 LED's: ON + Trip Normally de-energized 1 change over NO-NC 5A - 250V 2,5 mm2 3 VA No 50/60 Hz IP20 / 0,4 y 0,6 kg -10C +60C IEC 41-1, IEC 255, VDE 0664, EN 50081-1, EN 50082-2
Earth
N R S T

Ba

Ba

V
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 6 5 4

V Us
3 2 1 0

Us
5-1 = 380-415 Vac 5-3 = 220-240 Vac 5-4 = 110-127 Vac-dc 5-4 = 48 Vac-dc 5-3 = 24 Vac-dc

Us
0-3 = 380-415 Vac 0-2 = 220-240 Vac 0-1 = 110-127 Vac-dc 0-2 = 48 Vac-dc 0-1 = 24 Vac-dc

Connecting diagram for output relay normally de-energized (N). For output relay normally energized (FS) connect Ba to 10-11 terminals
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Load

Us

Load

For dimensions see page 37.

24

Electronic relays with adjustable delay time and sensitivity. Suitable for direct pulse current. Practically immune to external disturbances.

Relay with adjustable delay time and sensitivity / Multirange relay


To be used with CT-1 transformers. Modular size. DIN rail mounting . Sealable front cover.

Multirange relay. 22,5 mm wide


Very high level of inmunity. 22,5 mm wide. Saving space in the distribution board. DIN rail mounting. To be used with CT-1 transformers. Suitable for Motor Control Centres (MCC) and electrical distribution board in general.

Toroidal transformers
To be used with ELR-B, ELR-3C and D30 relays. The transformer and relay assembly sensitivity is fixed by the relay.

ELR-B

ELR-3C

D 30

CT-1

ELR-B ELR-3C Adjustable from 0,025 A to 25 A 0,3 A or 0,5 A 0,02 s or 0,5 s Adjustable from 0,02 s to 5 s 115 Vdc, ac 115 Vdc, ac 24-48 Vdc, ac 24-48 Vdc, ac 230-400 Vac 230-400 Vac 41012 41010 41005 41000

D30 Adjustable from 0,03 A to 30 A Adjustable from 0,02 s to 5 s 120 Vac 41021 230 Vac 41020

Type CT-1/35 CT-1/60 CT-1/80 CT-1/110 CT-1/160 CT-1/210

Inner 35 mm 60 mm 80 mm 110 mm 160 mm 210 mm

Code no. Weight (kg) 41025 0,2 41030 0,3 41035 0,5 41040 0,5 41045 1,4 41050 1,5

In combination with CT-1 20 m with cables twisted Automatic, manual and remote (in manual mode disconnect the aux. supply during 1s) 2 LED's: ON + Trip Normally de-energized 1 change over NO-NC 5A - 250V 2,5 mm2 3 VA 3 modules x 17,5 mm = 52,5 mm 50/60 Hz IP-20 / 0,2 kg -10C +60C IEC 41-1, IEC 255, VDE 0664, EN 50081-1, EN 50082-2
Earth
N R S T

In combination with CT-1 20 m with cables twisted Automatic, manual and remote (in manual mode disconnect the aux. supply during 1s) 2 LED's: ON + (Trip) Selectable: normally de-energized (N) / or energized (P) 1 change over NO-NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2 3 VA No. 22,5 mm wide 50/60 Hz IP-20 / 0,2 kg -10C +60C EN 60947-2-B,EN 50263,EN61543 (A11), IEC60255-5, VDE 0664
Earth
N R S T

Working principles: The toroidal transformer is installed between the source and the load. The system works on the current balance principle. In a correct installation the vector sum of the currents is zero and the relay will not trip. In case of an insulation fault on the circuit a leakage current flows to earth. Now the vector sum of the current passing through the transformer is not zero, this inbalance is detected by the transformer, which induces a current in the secondary winding which is connected to the relay. If the fault level is higher than the selected sensitivity, and when the trip time delay has elapsed, the relay trips and actuates on the shunt trip of a circuit breaker or the coil of a contactor interrupting the supply to the load. The dimensioning of the toroidal transformer depends on the diameter of all active wires (not earth conductors) put through the transformers.

Ba

Ba = shunt trip
V Us
14 12 10 7 5 3 1

Ba

Ba = shunt trip
V Us
14 10 12 A1 A2

Us
7-1 = 380-415 Vac 7-3 = 220-240 Vac 7-5 = 110-127 Vac-dc 7-3 = 48 Vac-dc 7-5 = 24 Vac-dc
CT-1

1 2

16 17 18

1 2

1 2

Connecting diagram for output relay normally de-energized (N). For output relay normally energized (P) connect Ba to 12-14 terminals

CT-1

Load

Load

25

Electrical multimeters
V A Cos W VAr VA
Voltage Current Power factor (PF) Active power (P) Reactive power (Q) Apparent power (S) kWh Active energy counter kVArh Reactive energy counter Hz Frequency C Temperature Max Maximum values

Measure and display up to 30 parameters of a three phase line with or without neutral. True RMS values. All values can be read without making program changes. Reduced size 96x96 mm. Flush mounting in panel. EMM6-485 and EMM6-485-A with ModBus communication, with and without analogic output.
With active and reactive energy meter. 4 displays with red LEDs of 3 digits with 7 segments for easy reading. 3 membrane push-buttons. Automatic scale of units. Suitable for all electrical switchboards used in the industrial field for instruments, motors, generators, etc.

Calculates the current demand. 4 displays with red LEDs of 3 digits with 7 segments for easy reading. 3 membrane push-buttons. Automatic scale of units. Suitable for all electrical switchboards used in the industrial field for instruments, motors, generators, etc.

EMM

Models
Measured and displayed values Auxiliary supply 10% 50/60 Hz Code no.

EMM 4 V A PF W VAr VA Hz C Max 100-125 / 220-240 / 380-415 V 41200

EMM 6 / EMM 6-485 / EMM 6-485-A V A PF W VAr VA kWh kVArh Hz Max 100-125 / 220-240 / 380-415 V 41205 / 41210 / 41215

Characteristics
Voltage input Input impedance Continuous overload Current input CT primary IN current Continuous overload Communication RS485 ModBus Analogic output Maximum terminal section Front protection degree / weight Storage / operation temperature; humidity Standards

4 wire input. For both 4 and 3 wire systems (in this case don't connect N) 1 M +20% From 0,02 to 5 A. Use always 3 CT.../5. Multimeter self-consumption < 5VA Range between 5 and 10.000 A. This value has to be programmed by the user in the multimeter +30% +30% EMM 6: No / EMM 6-485: Yes / EMM 6-485-A: Yes No EMM 6: No / EMM 6-485: No / EMM 6-485-A: Yes No 2,5 mm2 2,5 mm2 IP 52 / 0,5 kg IP 52 / 0,5 kg -25C to 80C / -10C to 60C; < 90% -25C to 80C / -10C to 60C; < 90% IEC EN 50081-2, IEC EN 50082-1, IEC EN 61010-1 IEC EN 50081-2, IEC EN 50082-1, IEC EN 61010-1 1 M +20%
EMM 6 EMM 6-485 EMM 6-485-A

EMM 4

Parameters
VL-N Voltage VL-L Voltage A Current PF Power factor cos W Active power VAr Reactive power VA Apparent power kWh Act. en. count kVArh React. en. count Hz Frecuency C Temperature Max. (instantaneous)
Integrated active power

Measured parameters
VL1-N VL1-2 IL1 PFL1 PL1 QL1 SL1 kWh kVArh FL1 T PL max PL max IL1 max IL1 max
Measured with internal sensor Values every second

Range
VL-N VL-L IL PFL PL QL SL 20 - 290 Vrms 20 - 500 Vrms 0,02 - 9990 Arms 0,1 a 1 (+ind.,-cap.) 0,01 - 9990 kW 0,01 - 9990 kVAr 0,01 - 9990 kVA 0 - 108 kWh 0 - 108 kVArh 40 - 500 Hz 0 - 60C

Accuracy % digits 0,5 1 0,5 1 0,5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Clase 2 Clase 2 0,5 1 2C

Wiring diagram
4 wires system. In 3-phase applications (without or with neutral not distributed) don't connect the terminal N.


110 230 400
S1

VL2-N VL2-3 IL2 PFL2 PL2 QL2 SL2

VL3-N VL3-1 IL3 PFL3 PL3 QL3 SL3

I1
S2 S1

Power supply Current input

Voltage input

VL1 VL2 VL3 N

I2
S2 S1

EMM-4 EMM

I3
S2

L1 L2 L3 N

S1 P1

S1 P1

S1 P1

S2 P2

Average of max. values over last 15 minutes

Max. (instantaneous) Integrated current

IL2 max IL2 max

IL3 max IL3 max

Values every second Average of max. values over last 15 minutes

For dimensions see page 35.

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Timers

Multifunction digital timer. Possibility of programming up to 9 different times. Each time can be set from 0,1 seconds to 99 hours. With built-in battery which allows timer to be programmed without connecting to auxiliary voltage. Complete battery discharge does not affect operation or adjustment settings.
For control and automation systems in industry. Command contact with 5 programmable functions. 2 digit, 7 segment LED displays and push-buttons provide programming, and during operation allow for monitoring of the time period and review the programmed settings. 45 mm module size, 35 mm wide. DIN EN 50022-35 rail mounting.

Programmable parameters
Initial state of outpout relays: energized (1H) or de-energized (1L). Working mode: cycle (C1) or non-cycle (C0). Number of different times per program: up to 8 in cycle mode and up to 9 in non-cycle. Time setting range: from 0,1 seconds to 99 hours. Command contact.

MTR-10

A1 A3 15 25 S M

Auxiliary voltage A1-A2: 230 Vac A2-A3: 24 Vac, dc

16 18 26 28 R A2

Model
Auxiliary power supply (+15 -10%) Code no.

MTR-10 230 V 50/60 Hz, 24 Vdc, ac 12110

Command contact Can be switched on in two ways:


By closing an external voltage free contact between M and S By connecting 5-35 Vac,dc between M(+) and R(-) One of the following arrangements can be programmed: Each diagram represents the effect of the command contact for the two initial states of the output relay: de-energized (1L) and energized (1H).
cu Switched off contact

Characteristics
Time setting range Accuracy Repeat accuracy Number of different times per program Output contacts Switching power Terminals: max section / screw torque Mechanical / electrical life Consumption Protection degree / weight Storage / operation temperature Standards

From 0,1 seconds to 99 hours 1% 10 ms 0,5% Up to 8 in cycle mode and 9 in no-cycle 1 relay with 2 timed change over contacts NO-NC Ith: 5A; AC15 - 250V - 2A; DC13 - 30V - 2A 2,5 mm2, No. 22 - 12AWG / 20Ncm, 1.8 LB - IN >20 x 106 operations / >105 operations 8 VA (230 Vac) - 1W (24 Vdc) IP 40 front / 0,15 kg -30C +70C / -20C +55C IEC 255

Its function is blocked

cr Reset contact

U cr 1L 1H T T

When connected the output relay is de-energized; upon disconnecting, the programmed timing starts.

Function example diagrams


U: power supply R: relay output Output relay at start: 1L de-energized; 1H energized. Work mode: CO non-cycle; C1 cycle. Command contact: cu, cr, cl, ci, co. Delay on 1L - CO - cu Timing on 1H - CO - cu Delay off With command contact 1H - CO - co
U R T

cl

Double timing 1L - CO - cu Double timing Cycle work mode 1H - C1 - cu Four timings Cycle work mode 1H - C1 - cu Timing with pause by command contact 1L - CO - cl

Pause contact
A pause in the timing takes place during its operation.

U cl 1L 1H Tl T+Tl

U R T1 T2

Delay on contact
U R T1 T2 C1 C2 C3

ci

When disconnected the output relay is de-energized; when connected the programmed timing starts.

U ci 1L 1H T T

U R T

U R T1 T2 T3 T4 C1 C2 C3

Delay off contact


co When disconnected the

U co R T

U cl R Tl T1+Tl T2

output relay is de-energized. When connected, the relay is energized. When disconnected again, the programmed timing starts.

U co 1L 1H T T

For dimensions see page 35.

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Accessories
Current transformers
Up to 1000 A of primary current. Transformers ratio .../5. Sealable connection terminal box, metal brackets for fitting and bus-bar holders included.

Thermistor sensors
Connected to GL, G, BG, ST or MT relays protect motors against overtemperature. PTC. Positive temperature coeficient PTC 120, for internal mounting. Temperature threshold 120C. PTCEX 70, for external mounting. Temperature threshold 70C.

CT

PTC

PTCEX 70

PTC 120

Primary .../ 5A 75 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 800 1000

Model CT20 CT20 CT20 CT30 CT30 CT30 CT30 CT50 CT50 CT50 CT50

Code 41400 41404 41406 41412 41414 41416 41418 41422 41424 41426 41428

VA class 1 2,5 2,5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 15

Models
Code Threshold temperature Threshold resistance Mounting

PTC 120 41700 120C 1330 internal

PTCEX 70 41705 70C 1330 external

Characteristics
Overload Max. line voltage bus-bars / cable1000V Max. size: bus-bars / cable (mm) CT 20 Max. size: bus-bars / cable (mm) CT 30 Max. size: bus-bars / cable (mm) CT 50 1,2 IN 660V / 1000V 30 x 10 / 20 40 x 10 / 30 50 x 17 / 37

mm
G M4 B K 32

CT 20 CT 30 CT 50 22 30 10 11 25 67 60 32 58 32 12 30 42 10 11 42 82 75 40 58 45 17 37 50 17 11 42 82 82 40 58 50 17

3 mm 3,7 mm

A C

5,5 10,5 J D 10,5 H I

A B C D E F G H I J K

l = 500 mm

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Manual motor starters

Overload and short-circuit protection. Overload range adjustable from 0,1 to 32A. Broad range of accessories.

Suitable for small size motors in machine-tools, conveyor systems, etc. Modular size 45 mm. DIN rail mounting (EN 50022-35). Isolating and main switch function (IEC 204-1).

Current limiter M-SB (IN=32A), increases the short circuit capacity up to 50kA/400V. Assembly: under the manual motor starter or remoted from it. Undervoltage trip and remote trip. Enclosures, auxiliary contacts, push-button and indicator lights. emergency

Accessories

Characteristics
Rated operational voltage Ue 690 V Rated impulse withstand voltage Vimp 6 kV Frequency 40/60 Hz Mechanical or electrical operations Max. operating frequency Current heat losses (3-phases) Opening time Terminal section Screw torque Protection degree Fix magnetic tripping (A) 100.000 30 oper/h 5,8 W 7 ms 2 x 6 mm2 1,2 Nm IP20 12 x I 20%

Code no. 35016 35000 35001 35002 35003 35004 35005 35006 35007 35008 35009 35010 35011 35012

Model M-0,16 M-0,25 M-0,4 M-0,63 M-1 M-1,6 M-2,5 M-4 M-6,3 M-10 M-16 M-20 M-25 M-32

Range A 0,1 - 0,16 0,16 - 0,25 0,25 - 0,4 0,4 - 0,63 0,63 - 1 1 - 1,6 1,6 - 2,5 2,5 - 4 4 - 6,3 6,3 - 10 10 - 16 16 - 20 20 - 25 25 - 32

Motor 3F, AC3 kW - 400 V

0,06 0,09 0,12 0,25 0,55 0,75 1,5 2,2 4 7,5 9 12,5 15

Description / Model / Code no. Current limiter M-SB 03990 Auxiliary contacts (*NO early make)
Contact Side mounting 2 NO M-HS20 03901 NO + NC M-HS11 03900 NO M-HS10 39011 2 NC M-HS02 03903 NC M-HS01 39031 NO*+ NC M-VHS11 03902 Inside mounting Front mounting M-EHS11 03908 FHSM11 03931 M-SHS10 03906 FHSM10 03932 M-SHS01 03907 FHSM01 03933

Remote trip and undervoltage trip (Inside mounting)


V / Hz 24 / 50-60 110 / 50 120 / 60 220-240 / 50 240 / 60 380-415 / 50 440 / 60 Remote M-AS-05 03923 M-AS-15 M-AS-25 M-AS-45 03920 03921 03922 Undervoltage M-UN-05 03913 M-UN-15 M-UN-25 M-UN-45 M-UN-55 03910 03911 03912 03915

Auxiliary contacts
Rated operational voltage Rated impulse withstand voltage Maximum current Ith Rated current AC-15:230/400 V Terminal section Screw torque 500 V 4 kV 6A 3,5 / 2 A 2 x 2,5 mm2 1 Nm

Cold state curve. For warm state multiply t x 0,25


50 30

500 / 50

10 5 3

Rated short circuit breaking capacity Icu


(DIN VDE 0660 part 101; IEC 947-2)

Back-up fuse
seconds segundos

30 10 5 3

Manual motor starter models

Switching capacity Icu [ kA ] With limiter


M-SB

Fuses gL, aM (A)

Enclosures Surface mounting IP41 Flush mounting IP41 Kit IP55 (M-GE and M-FP) Enclosure IP54, 5 poles CEE-17 Idem with phase inverter

minutes minutos

M-GE M-FP M-BS M-GC M-GC1

03950 03940 03948 04055 04056

V 230 400 500 690 230 400 230 400 500 690 M-0,16 a M-1,6 Not Not M - 2,5 3 2,5 Not 25 20 required required M-4 3 2,5 required 35 25 M - 6,3 3 2,5 50 35 M - 10 6 3 2,5 50 80 50 35 M - 16 10 6 2,5 2 100 50 80 80 63 35 M-20 a M-32 10 6 2,5 2 100 50 80 80 63 50
C US LISTED
MAN MTR. CNTLR 19VA

500 300

miliseconds milisegundos

100 50 30 10 5 2 1 1.2 1.05 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 20 30 40

Emergency stop-operation for M-GE and M-FP Push-button type IP55 M-PT 03980 Self-locking type IP55 M-PV 03981 Self-locking with key IP55 M-PS 39822 Others for enclosures M-GE and M-FP Padlocking feature (max. 3) M-VSL N-terminal M-N Indicator lights white, red or green

xxrated operational current Intensidad de ajuste

03988 03949

For dimensions see page 37.

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Motor, pump and generator protection relays. Installation and setup


The motor protection
The electric motor is one of the most important operating devices in industry. Many times the shutdown of an industrial process is caused by a simple motor. High-cost production runs and valuable machinery can become paralysed at great cost, even more than the cost of rewinding the motor. Experience shows that motor protection continues to be a problem, based on the number of breakdowns occuring every day. Over 60% of failures are caused by overheating of the motor windings. These can be detected, and prevented, by measuring and analysing the current being absorbed by the motor, or by controlling temperature limits of the winding. The major causes are as follows: Overloads Locked rotor Over and unde rvoltage Phase inbalance or phase loss Long and heavy start-ups Excessive operating cycling Heating from non-electric causes Inadequate motor ventilation High room temperature Insulation failure The following diagram shows the dramatic decrease suffered in the electric life of a motor due to the excessive heat of the motor windings (Montsingers rule).
24.000

FANOX relays
Our R+D Division has allowed FANOX to develop a wide range of easy-to-install and operate electronic relays, at truly competitive prices, which will save downtime and money. FANOX motor protection relays work with the current measured in real time. The current, which is read by three current transformers built into the relays, is electronically processed and used as a model of the thermal image of the motor, and to compare it with the values set on the relay. The three power supply cables to the motor are not directly connected to the relay, but pass through its corresponding holes. This provides motor protection against: Overloads: since the relay creates a model of the thermal image of the motor during its heating and cooling cycles. In this way, in overload conditions, the relay will take into consideration previous operating conditions of the motor, and will trip faster if the relay has detected other previous overloads. This thermal memory is independent of the auxiliary voltage supply of the relay so that it is stored even when this voltage is cut off or disconnected. The different tripping curves available for selection in the relays allow for precise adjustment to any kind of motor startup or work cycle. Phase inbalance and phase loss: even if the motor is running below its full load current. Incorrect phase sequence detection is highly important when the correct phase sequence is critical as in compressors, pumps, fans and other applications (GL, P, PF).

1. Installation 1.1. General


For correct installation and operation of the relays, please bear in mind the following considerations: After being fixed to the DIN rail, the cables for the three phases should be passed through the holes in the relay.

The maximum section of 700V insulated wires that can pass through the holes are:
C GL, P, PF, G, BG, GEN 16 mm2 35 mm2

Assembly attached to other components: it is recommended to separate the relays of other units or items that could cause strong magnetic fields, such as power or control transformers, contactors, frequency variators or high current busbars.

In star-delta starting, the relay or the current transformers must be installed between the fuses or circuit breaker and the contactor.

L3 L2 L1

Horas de vida til

18.000
M
3

12.000 6.000

+5

+10

+15

+20

Exceso de temperatura (C)

Underload by undercurrent: protects the motor against working without load, very important in pumps (P and PS). Protection against no-load operation: underload protection by cos has been incorporated so that the relay differentiates precisely between very low load and no-load operations, and drops out in the latter case (PF). In addition, when the relay is connected to thermistor sensors (PTC), it protects the motor against electrical and non-electrical overheating (GL, G and BG). A visual display of the tripping reason allows maintenance personnel to identify and immediately act on the underlying causes. The use of the OD display makes this operation much easier. All of this make FANOX relays the ideal protection for your motors (pumps, compressors, fans, etc).

Relays used in combination with frequency inverters: a) Not to be used with frequency inverters: - GL relays if the protection against phase sequence selector is in the "ON" position. - P and PF relays. b) The following can be used with frequency inverters: - GL relays if the protection against phase sequence selector is in the "OFF" position. - C, G and BG relays. Never connect the relay or current transformers of the auxiliary power supply to the inverter output. Connection between the PTC sensors and the relay (GL, G and BG). For PTC connection lengths over 100 m or when the influence of high frequency transient voltages is expected, it is adviseable to use screened cable and connect the screen to terminal T1. Note: every relay comes with an instruction manual providing information on its correct installation and setup.

As one can see, a 10C increase in temperature reduces the useful life of the motor by half. The most reliable protection options in common use are: Fuses or circuit breakers for short-circuit protection. Electronic motor protection relays with thermal memory. Contactors for motor control.

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1.2 Wiring diagrams

C
L3 L2 L1
13-K1 14-K1

GL-G-BG
L1 L3 L2 L1 L1

C9-GL16-P19-PF16-G-BG
With current transformers
Tripped or Us=0
13-K1

Tripped or Us=0
95 96 97 98

L3 L2 L1

n=2

97 98

95 96

95 97

A1

T1 T2
T1 T2

97

14-K1 95 A1

Normal
95
96 98 13 14 A1 A2

Normal
97
98 96 A2

97 98
13

95 96

96

K1
A2

A1

98

IB=

IN motor IN CT

5xn
13

N
U1 V1 W2

K1
14 A2

K1
14

M
3

PTC
+t

M
3

P
L3 L2 L1 L1

PF
L3 L2 L1 L1

PS
N L

GEN 10
GENERATOR

Tripped or Us=0
13-K1 97 14-K1 95 A1

97 98

95
13-K1

Tripped or Us=0
97 98 95 96
14-K1 95

Iin
A1 A2

11

Tripped or Us=0
14 11

Tripped or Us=0
97 98 95 96

96

P
13 14 A1

Normal
P
98 96 A2

PF
13 A1

97 98

95 96

L1 L2 L3

97

Normal
PF
98 96

GEN
Iout
14

97 98

95 96

Normal
14 11

Normal
97 98 95 96

K1
A2

N
14

K1
A2

U1 V1 W1

A1 K A2

U1 V1 W1

LOAD

M
3

M
3

IB=
M

IN gener IN trafo

2. Setup procedure
Basically the main steps and the order to follow are described below:

C 2.1 Select the trip class / tripping time 2.2 Adjust the IB current of the relay 2.3 Adjust the cos value (underload) 2.3 Adjust the cos trip delay 2.4 Ajustar the undercurrent level I< (underload) 2.5 Select ON /OFF incorrect phase sequence 2.6 Reset 3 1 2

GL 1 2

G/BG 1 2

PS

P 1

PF 1 2 3 4

GEN 1 2

2 3 4 3 3

After installation and setup and before starting up the motor, make sure the motor is in a cold state. This will ensure that both, the relay and motor start to operate with the same thermal memory (cold condition).

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2.1. Trip class / tripping time (IEC 947-4-1). Relays C, GL, P, PF, G, BG and GEN
The different trip classes / tripping time enable the user to select the overload protection according to the various motor applications in either short or long start-ups and different generator uses. The class number or the tripping time refers to the maximum approximate time in seconds allowed for the direct start of the motor from a cold condition. To select the trip class or tripping time (t6xIB) use the corresponding dip switches. The recommended values are listed in the following tables.

Motor with direct start-up


Start time (s)

Motor with star-delta start

Trip classes
RPM

Trip time Models Start time (s)


RPM

Models

Trip classes
Models

Trip time Models

ts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

C9
10 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 30

C21
10 10 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30

C45 GL16 GL40 GL90 P19


10 10 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 10 10 15 20 20 25 30 30 35 35 10 10 15 20 20 25 30 30 35 35 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 35 35 5 10 10 15 15

P44 P90 PF16 PF47 G17 BG17


5 10 10 15 15 5 10 10 15 15 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 4 6 10 12 16 18 22 24 28 30 4 6 10 12 16 18 22 24 28 30

ts 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40

C9
10 10 20 20 30 30 30 30

C21
10 10 20 20 30 30 30 30

C45 GL16 GL40 GL90 P19


10 10 20 30 30 30 30 30 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 25 10 10 15 20 20 25 30 30 10 10 15 20 25 30 35 35 5 10 10 15 15

P44
5 10 10 15 15

P90 PF16 PF47 G17 BG17


5 10 10 15 15 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 30 10 10 20 20 20 30 30 30 4 6 8 10 14 16 18 20 4 6 8 10 14 16 18 20

Average trip curves (IEC 947-4-1)

(s)

t
10.000

GL
(s)

t
10.000

G
(s)

BG

t
1000

PS
(s)

10.000

1000

1000

1000
100

100

100

100

30 20

30 20

30s 20s

10

10

10

10 30 20 10

10

10 30 20 10

10

10s 30s 20s 10s 10

x IB

IB

IB

x IB

t
10.000

P
(s)

t
10.000

PF
(s)

t
1000

GEN
(s)

100 1000 1000

Cold curve: represents the performance of the relay without any previous current flow, first start.

10

100

100

3s 1,6s

1
30 20 15

1
3s 0,6s 1,6s 0,2s 0,6s

10

10 5 15 10 5

10

10 30 20 10

0,1

0,2s

Warm curve: the tripping times decrease as the current flows, and are adapted to the motor heating condition based on the thermal memory, the warm condition (IEC-255) is reached after a current of 0.9 x IN (motor rated current) flows during 2 hours approximately.

0,01

1
1

IB

IB

Generator damage curve

IB

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2.2 Current setting IB.


Relays C, GL, P, PF, G, BG y GEN
Adjust the current IB on the corresponding dipswitches (full load current). When setting the current take into account that the base current of the relay always remain added to the current selected with the dipswitches in ON position (to the right). The total addition is the set current IB. Overload tripping current from 1,1 x IB.

PS relay
This adjustment is to be made according to the nominal current of the motor IN indicated in its characteristics plate. The value to be set IB is the same as IN. The relay trips with overloads above 1,1 x IB IB= IN

2.4 Undercurrent.
Single phase relay PS
The setting of the underload trip level is made using a potentiometer in wich a factor between 0,4 and 0,9 is to be chosen. By multiplaying this factor by the adjusted IB , we obtain a current value under wich the relay will trip and disconnect the motor. The trip is delayed 5 seconds. a) If the value of the IB of the motor without load is known: To avoid unwanted trips it is recommended to adjust the value 15% above the IB of the motor without load. Example:

2.3 Underload by cos . PF


The cos underload trip level is set by means of a potentiometer from 0,15 to 1,0. Select this value taking into consideration the no-load motor cos and that corresponding to the estimated minimum operating load. Choose an intermediate value between these two cos levels and set it in the relay. Select the underload trip delay from 5 to 45 seconds and set it with the 3 corresponding dipswitches (trip delay). For your guidance you can find below two practical examples. a) A very oversized motor for its application. The cos of the motor is 0,15 when working without load.
Nominal load Estimated minimum load No-load Approximated cos adjustment area
1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1

ON + + + + + + + + 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.4 0.8 1.6 3.2 6.4 +


ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

on
1 2 3

off
ON

R-S-T

FULL LOAD CURRENT SETTING

e.g.: relay GL16 IB =8+4 =12 A


15 20
TRIP CLASS SE

a) For motor or generator rated currents (IN) within the range of the relay, the setting IB must be equal to the IN of the motor or generator. IB = IN

b) For motor rated currents below the range of the relay, the setting IB must be equal to the rated current of the motor IN multiplied by the number of times that the conductors have been passed through the relay holes.
L2 L1 L3
n=2

c) For motor or generator rated currents (IN) above the range of the relay, use three current transformers .../5 in combination with the C9, GL16, P19, PF16, G17, BG17 or GEN10 according to application.

10

IB = 8

4 = 12

IN

IE

I0

Dry running

IN I0
1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1

cos

IB = IN x n

b) A slightly oversized motor for its application. The cos of the motor is 0,25 when working without load.
Nominal load Estimated minimum load No-load Approximated cos adjustment area
1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1

I0 I N

I0 IN = 0.6
x1.15

I<
0.6 x 1.15 = 0.7
4

5 7 9 11 0.6

cos

0.5 0.4

0.7
0.8 0.9

If the above mentioned cos values are unknown, the underload trip setting can be made in the following way: 1. Set the underload trip delay to zero by moving the three dipswitches to the left (trip delay).

x
undercurrent

S1 S2
n=1

L3 L1 L2

IB=

IN motor IN trafo

2. Using the potentiometer (cos setting), set the cos value to the minimum 0,15.
5xn

b) If the value of the IB of the motor without load is unknown: If the pump is adequately dimensioned, the recommended value for this factor is 0,7. Adjust the potentiometer "undercurrent" at 0,7. If the pump is excessively dimmensioned, and during this functioning unwanted trips should occur, the underload adjusted factor should be reduced to 0,6 approximately.

3. Start up the motor and run it with the minimum estimated load. 4. Slowly turn the cos potentiometer clockwise until the relay trips and the cos LED lights up.

C9, G17 and BG17: Its recommended always to pass the conductors two times or more through the holes in the relay.

5. Turn the cos potentiometer anticlockwise until the cos is set at approximately 30% less than the previous value (point 4). 6. Set the underload trip delay using the 3 corresponding dip switches.

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Three phase relay P


The undercurrent trip level in P relays is set using three dipswitches. To avoid nuisance trips, set this level to approximately 10% above the no-load motor current. Example:

of frequency inverters, where it is necessary to protect phase sequence in these installations, move the dipswitch to OFF and install an S type relay.

3. Operating test. C, GL, P, PF, G, BG and GEN.


To perform the trip test for phase loss, the current which passes through the relay must be higher than 0.7 the set current IB. Under these conditions, push and hold the TEST button for three seconds, the relay will trip due to phase loss and the corresponding LED will light up.

Monitoring the voltage. PF


An incorrect phase sequence is detected by voltage monitoring. In the event that an incorrect phase sequence has been detected, the motor will not start-up since the relay is tripped because it has previously detected the wrong phase sequence.

4. Applications
Industries
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) Chemical and petrochemical

Bomba en vaco

IN

IE

I0

2.6 Reset.
Relays C, GL, G, BG, GEN manual remote autom.
auto

Quarries, gravel pits and cement factories Steelworks, iron and steel industry Automotive

man

man

IN I0
1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1

P, PF PS

Utilities and electric generation Water treatment and distribution Mining Food industry, sugar industry Marine and shipbuilding Timber industry Elevation industry HVAC (Heat Ventilation Air Condition)

I0 I N

Manual reset Push the RESET button. After tripping due to phase imbalance, phase loss, undercurrent or incorrect phase sequence, the relay could be reset after 2 seconds have elapsed. When a trip is caused by an overload, the waiting time could be as much as 8 minutes for C, GL, G and GB relays, 5 minutes in P and PF relays, and 1 minute in GEN relays, depending on the severity of the fault. Remote reset

+0.1

I0 I = 0,6 N
4A 8A 6A 2A 4A +
RESET
1 2 3 4 ON

I<
0.6 +0.1 = 0.7

IB x 0.9
A

0.8

0.7

0.6

0.5

Installations
Motor Control Centers (MCC) EEx e motors in explosive environments Submergible pumps, in service stations and water pumping, surface pumps, etc Compressors Fans, blowers and ventilators Industrial refrigeration and air conditioning Centrifuges Presses Cranes, elevators, escalators and lifting machinery Machine tool Conveyor belts Mills and mixers Generators and alternators.

A=

UNDERCURRENT SETTING

2.5 Phase sequence.


Monitoring the current. GL and P
An incorrect phase sequence is detected by current sensing and it is only operative during the motor start-up, for correct detection the starting time must be longer than 0.2 s. In GL relays the user can activate or desactivate this protection by a dipswitch. Should the right phase sequence be critical, move the dipswitch to the ON position. If this protection is not required leave it always in the OFF position. As this function is not compatible with the use

After the required waiting time, disconnect the relays auxiliary power supply and then reconnect it after 3 seconds. In P and PF relays the reset position dipswitch should be set at man. Automatic reset Only available in PS, P and PF relays. In the P and PF relays choose this mode by moving the dipswitch to the auto position. After any kind of trip, resetting will take place, continuously for unlimited starts: P and PF relays: 15 minutes approximately PS relay: 4 minutes approximately

5. Nominal current rating of asynchronous three-phase motors


The current values listed in the following table correspond to the average ratings given by various manufacturers. In some cases, these may not coincide exactly with the ratings listed on the motor characteristics plates
kW HP
230 V 50Hz 400 V 50Hz 440 V 50Hz 220/240 V 60Hz 440/460 V 60Hz 400 V 50Hz 440/460 V 60Hz

0,75 1 3,5 2 1,7 3,2 1,5 2,0 1,9

1,1 1,5 5 2,5 2,4 4,4 2,2 2,8 2,5

1,5 2 6,5 3,5 3,2 6,2 3 3,8 3,4

2,2 3 9,5 5 4,5 8,5 4,3 5,5 4,8

3 4 11 6,5 6 10,5 5,5 7 6

3,7 5 7,5

4 5,5 15 8,5 8 14 7,5 9,5

5,5 7,5 22 11 10,5 20 10 13 11

7,5 10 28 15 14 26 13 16,5 15

11 15 42 22 20 38 19 24 21

15 20 54 29 27 50 25 32 27

18,5 25 68 35 33 63 31 40 33

22 30 80 42 39 74 37 47 39

30 40 104 57 52 98 49 64 53

37 50 130 69 64 122 61 79 65

45 60 154 81 76 146 73 92 79

55 75 192 100 91 180 90 113 95

75 100 248 131 120 233 116 149 120

90 125 312 162 147 290 144 183 153

110 150 360 195 178 345 173 220 183

IN
(A) Average values

MOTOR 4P

MOTOR 2P

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Dimensions (mm)
H C U3N, U3P GL40, GL90 P, G, BG, PF47
78

GL16, PF16, GEN


78 80

45

45

79

78

8*
95 90

12*
99 51,5 94

10
12* 50*

8*

39*

35,4
5

28

12* 12*

44

38

17,5 17,5*

12

14

35,4 45 38

PS11

S, ST, STD, T2, MT2, U1D, U1M, U3S


72,6 22,4

OD
22,5

22,5

11,3

20,0 l=2m

13,0

18,3

Thermal insulator

61,5

80

80

30,0

75 80

100

C, GL, P, PF, BG, GEN

ODT2

ES 400-3 and ES 40012


45

ES 400-25
103

ES 400-45

103

114

30,0

78

78

82

87

45

100

90,0

100

90

100 108.5

MTR-10

EMM
k L1 L2 M VL-N EMM-4 A electrical multimeter P.F. W VAr VA L VL-L
PEAk

45 90

L3

888 888 888


k

90

888
9 35 53 58 81 14

VL-N VL-L Hz C

96

Panel cut out 92x92 Panel flush mounting according to DIN 43700

35

58
96

Selection guide
Motor, pump and generator protection relays
MODELS C9 C 21 C 45 GL 16 GL 40 GL 90 PS 11 P 19 P 44 P 90 PF 16 PF 47 G 17 - BG 17 GEN 10
Adjustment range IB (A) MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS 400V HP kW

cos

ON ON ON

3 - 9,3 9 - 21,6 20 - 45,2 4 - 16,7 15 - 40,5 40 - 91 3 - 11 7 - 19,6 19 - 44,2 40 - 90,4 4 - 16,6 16 - 47,5 5 - 17,7 4 - 10,3

2 - 5,5 7,5 - 12 15 - 30 3 - 10 10 - 25 30 - 60 0,5 - 2 4 - 10 12,5 - 27,5 27,5 - 55 2 - 10 10 - 30 3 - 10 -

1,5 - 4 5,5 - 9 11 - 22 2,2 - 7,5 7,5 - 18,5 22 - 45 0,37 - 1,5 3 - 7,5 9,2 - 20 20 - 40 1,5 - 7,5 7,5 - 22 2,2 - 7,5 -

Frequency, voltage, temperature and phase control relays


MODELS S2 S4 ST2 ST4 ST2-D ST4-D T2 MT2 U1D-24D U1D-115 U1D-230 U1M-24D U1M-115 U1M-230 U3S-230 U3S-420 U3P-230 U3P-400 U3P-440 U3N-230 U3N-400 U3N-440 H H
NOMINAL VOLTAGE Vac RANGE
N

Hz> Hz<

3 x 230 3 x 400 3 x 230 3 x 400 3 x 230 3 x 400 230 230 24 115 230 24 115 230 230 420 230 400 440 230 400 440 115 230 19 - 28 90 - 135 160 - 275 19 - 28 90 - 135 160 - 275 185 - 290 350 - 500 200 - 260 340 - 460 380 - 500 200 - 260 340 - 460 380 - 500

cos
Overload Underload Underload Phase loss Phase imbalance Phase sequence Overtemperature Overvoltage / Undervoltage

Hz> Hz<
Overfrequency / Underfrequency Max / Min temperature Thermistor short-circuit

Loss of neutral

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Dimensions (mm)
ELR-A
105
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

ELR-B, ELR-C
73
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

D30

72,6

22,4

22,5

90

45

26

68

100

52,5

68 73

ELR-T, CT-1
H ELR-T60 ELR-T110 A E 5 D
5
G

A 60 110 35 60 80 110 210

B 100 150 100 100 150 150

C 60 110 60 60 110 110 260*

D 110 160 110 110 160 160 280

E 47 70 47 47 70 70 140

61,5

28

89

45

80

F 70 70 50 50 50 50

G 60 60 43 43 43 43 240**

H 50 50 30 30 30 30 50 35

CT-1/35 5 C B CT-1/60 CT-1/80 CT-1/110 CT-1/160


* Note: CT-1/160 fixing

C B

G F

160 280*

** Note: CT-1/210 fixing.

CT-1/210

280** 311**

M-GE
M20 M20
80
C B A

M-PT, M-PV, M-PS

45 35.5

45

97.5

A M-PT 27 37 M-PV M-PS

B 54 64

C 91

80

45

81

71.5 75.5

With auxiliary contacts

85.5

38

M20

M20

M-SB
85,5

M-FP
max. 6

150

28,5 55,5

M-GC, M-GC1

80

63

130

104

199 81 15 145

22 27 45

7,5

37 41 6,5

85

103 130

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