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Information and Instruction Guide for Type MPSC-2000 El e ctronic Trip Control Uni t

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TEST FUNCTIONS

VOLTAGE INTERFACE MODULE (VIM) SETTINGS MPSC-2000 SETUP INSTRUCTIONS GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS MENULAYOUT METERING SUBMENU

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NOTE : This Instruction hook is provided solely for the convenience of the purchaser, and does not purport to cover all details or variations in equipment nor to provide contingency to be met in connection with installation, operation, or maintenance . Should further information be desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser's purposes, the matter

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INTRODUCT I ON

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The electronic trip control unit described in this publication is a solid state, microprocessor controlled unit, used in conjunction with a power circuit breaker to protect power systems . The power circuits being protected are typically 3-phase, with and without a neutral connection, 50 or 60 Hz with AC RMS voltages between 20 8 and 600 volts . The unit will control continuous currents as high as 4200 amps, while ground currents may not exceed 1200 amps .

The MPSC-2000 trip control unit measures current to an accuracy of within 1% of the circuit breaker rating. The Voltage Interface Module (VIM) option measures voltage to an accuracy of within 1 !o of the circuit breaker rating, and power to within 2% of the circuit breaker rating .
The trip unit is completely self-powered, taking the the tripping energy from the current through the breaker without any auxiliary power supply . A battery is supplied for programming the control unit while the circuit breaker is deenergized . The complete control of the circuit breaker is achieved by a system comprising : (a) current sensors, (b) an electronic trip control unit, and (c) a magnetic latch trip device . The sensors, the electronic trip control device and magnetic latch are mounted a s an integral part of the circuit breaker to pr ovide com plete protection for overcurrent, short circu it and ground faults . Internal diagnost ic circuitry is provided to deter mi ne and visually identify the cause of circuit breake r tripping , as overload , short circuit or ground fault.

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1 . FUNCTIONS.
The electronic trip control device provides the following four basic functions : 1 .1 Prote cti on Fu nctio n

Foutbasic trip elements within the unit perform the protective functions : Longtime, short time, instantaneous and ground .

1 .2 Information Fun ct io n An indicator (target) and an LCD screen display information for the tripping functions . The indicator shows if the device has issued a trip command . The LCD can then be polled to determine the type of trip . The LCD and keypad buttons are used to determine the settings of the unit . Arid LED indicates self -monitoring functions .

1 .3 Test Functions The unit can be connected to an external test set to check functions and settings . 1 . 4 Communication Functions The unit can be connected to switchgear mounted devices if they are connected to ABB INCOM Protocol .

2. SETTINGS .
2. 1 Range Selectio n

The range selector provides the primary amperage used as the base for the unit . It is either set for 1X or 0 .5X the breaker rating : Default is 1X .

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Long Ti me F unctio n

2.2. 1 Threshold (pickup ) settings- The range of s etti ngs is : A .SX to 1 .OX in steps of 0 . 1X . Multipliers a re u sed in conjunction with s en sor rati ng and the range s elector. Mu l tip l iers are selected by keypad i nput and d isplayed on the LCD . Default i s 1 . 0X . 2.2 .2 Trip Time -'dime is defined by long time overcurrent curves (graph) and intermediate values between band limits . Default is MAX .

2.2.3 Reset Time - Real time is counted up if the current exceeds the function threshold and counted down if the, current drops below the function threshold . Real time is set to zero if the current drops below the power supply threshold. 2.3. Sho rt Time Functio n
3.1 Threshold (pickup) settings - 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 "DISABLED" . The settings are multiples of the sensor stings and the range selector . Settings are selected via the keypad and the LCD display . If the "INST" function i s

disabled, the short time function cannot be disabled . Default is "DISABLED .

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2.3 .2 Trip time - Time is defined by the short time overcurrent curves (provided in the appendix of this bulletin) . lat function is selectable . 12t curves are fixed and do not vary with pickup settings . IZt is operational only from 2X to 4X . Trip times with I'k out are defined as follows : Maximum 0 .350-0 .500 sec I nterm ed iate 0 . 200 -0 . 320 sec Minimum 0 . 080 -0 . 170 se c

Default is maximum with IZt in .

2 .3 .3 Reset time - Real time is counted up if the current exceeds the function threshold and counted down if the current drops below the function threshold . 2.4 Instantaneous Functio n

2.4 .1 Threshold (pickup) settings - 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 "DISABLED" . The settings are multiples of the range selector setting and are made via the keypad and the LCD screen . If the short time unit is disabled, the instantaneous unit cannot be disabled . Default is 12 . 2.4.2 Trip time - There is no intentional delay in the instantaneous function . 2.4. 3 The instantaneous unit includes a j umper on the circuit board which eliminates the poss i bility of instantaneous and short time be i ng s im ultaneously disabled .

2.5 G round Functi on 2.5 .1 Thre shold (pickup) settings - These settings a re made via the keypad and the LCD screen . Th is function may al so be disabled . Default is 00 A . SENSOR RATINGS (A) SETTINGS (A) 12 10 0 200 100 , 200 , 300 , 400 600, 9 00, & 1200A 60 0 80 0

1600 30 0, 400, 600 , 2000 800 , 1000 , & 1200A 250 0

300 0 320 0 500,600,800 , 4000 900, 1000 , & 1200A 4200

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DELAY SENSOR S SETTING 100 a 800a4 1600 - 2500A MAX INT MIN 5 .2 - 9.5 SE C 0.5 9 - 1 . 2 SEC

2.5 .2 Trip time -Thy time is defined by the overcurrent curves (provided in the appendix of this bulletin) . lyt function is selectable . I2t curves are fixed and do not vary with pickup settings . If the i2t function is out, the trip times are defined as follows : Default is Maximum with Izt in . 3000 - 4200 A 0 . 35 - 0 . 50 SEC

2 . 1 - 4. 2 SEC 0. 24 - 0 . 47 SEC 0 . 20 - 0 . 32 SE C 0 . 68 - 1 . 3 SEC 0. 07 - 0 . 1 8 SEC 0. 05 - 0 . 17 SE C .v ~

2.5 .3 Reset time - Real time is counted up if the current exceeds the function threshold and counted down if the current drops below the function threshold . Real time is set to zero when the current drops below the power pickup point. 2. 5.4 Residual ground current - In a th ree phase/ four wire syste m , the ground fault functions can discriminate between a ground fault and a neutral current . 2.55 . Ground fault summing -Thy reset technique used for long-time and short-time function is applied . Real time is -counted up if the current exceeds the function threshold and counted down if the current drops below the function threshold . The ground function includes arcing ground summation for tripping . This feature allows arcing grounds occurring sufficiently close together to be summed so that their magnitude will exceed the threshold setting of the ground element . '..6 Current Unbalanc e 2. 6.1 Pickup setti ngs [5% to 50%] in incre ments of 1 % and "DISABLED" . These changes can be made e ither via the keypad and LCD or the NIM communications u nit. Default is "DISABLED" . The current unbalance functi on is only available for systems with VIM attached .

2.7 Current S enso r Th reshold s

2.7. 1 Longtime - 0 .5X to 1 .QX of sensor rating in increments of OAX .

Short time - 2X to 10X of sensor rating in increments of 1 X. Instantaneous - 3X to 12X of sensor rating in increments of 1X . Ground- 100 amps lea 12 00 amps 300 amps to 1200 amps 500 amps to 1200 amp s
Depending on sensor rafs ng . See section 2 . 5. 1

2 .8 Information Functio n
' . 8.1 The information function consists of an LCD screen, a mechanical target, a light emitting diode (LED) and six zypad buttons . 2.8 .2 The mechanical target provides indication that the unit has initiated a circuit breaker trip . Further information about the function such as the type of trip (LT, ST, INST, GND, I UNB, V UNB, or lli/) and the fault current is

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2. 8.3 The target resets automatically when the unit is re-energized . Reset occurs within 2 seconds .

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2.8 .4 The red LED blinks once per second to indicate that the MPSC-2000 unit is powered upend functioning normally (self-monitor light) . 2.8 .5 The red self-monitor light blinks five times per second to indicate long-time pickup and continues to do so until reset .or. the. breaker trips . 2.8.6 When the unit is powered up and the settings table has timed out, the LCD screen will display metering information provided that the unit has enough line current to power up or is externally powered .

3. TEST FUNCTION S
3.1 The unit continuously monitors the condition of the microprocessor. Normal operation is reported by a flashing LED on the front panel . Upon failure, the LED will glow steadily .

4. VOLTAGE INTERFACE MODULE (VIM )


4. 1 The VIM pe rforms the following functions : a. Provides the phase voltage for remote d i splay . b. Houses the electronics for pertorming the power, power factor and frequency processing based on current data from the MPSC-2000 box . c . Pe rforms calcu lat ions to determine voltage unbalance and und ervol tage fau l ts . 4.2 If a VIM device is i nsta l led , the M PSC-2000 unit must b e connected to a NIM (Network Interface M odul e) communications unit , 4.3 If a VIM is i nstalled in the u nit , a ca ble connects the unit to the poten tial transfor mer located o n the rear of the MPS -2000 mounting plate and plugs directly into the VIM board .

4 .4 Settings
4.4 . 1 Voltage unbalanc e 4.4. 1 .1 Pickup [5% to 50%] i n increments of 1% and "DISABLED" . Set via the front panel or the NIM commun ica ti on un i t . Default is "DISABLED" . Connectio n to a NIM is necessa ry for this func t ion to be e nabled . 4.4. 1 .2 Trip time [0 . 1 to 25.0] seconds in increments of 1 second . Set via the front panel or the NIM communications unit . Default i s 25 . 0 se conds .

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4.4. 2. 1 P ickup [ 1 to 600] volts i n increments of 1 an d "D I SAB L ED" . Set v i a the front pane l or the NIM communications unit. Defau l t i s "DISABLED" . Connection to a NIM is necessa ry for th is funct i on to be enabl ed . 4.4.2.2 Trip t i me [0 . 1 to 25 . 0] seconds in inc rements of 1 second e Set via the front panel or the NIM communicat i ons unit . Default i s 25 .0 s econds.

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MPSC-2000 SETUP INSTRUCTION S

5 .1 General Instruct i on s 5.1 . 1 The front panel keypad co ns is ts of four directional arrow keys , a cancel key [C], an enter key [E], and an LCD w i ndow . 5. 1 . 2 When the MPSC-2000 unit i s connected to a pow e r sou rce, an init i al title scree n is displayed in the LCD window. Th is scree n d i splay i s rep l aced after approxima te ly th ree seconds by a setup s creen . Subsequent Main Me nu screen s are accesse d by pre s s ing the ' E" key and the up and down keys (see Section 6) . 5.1 .3 Each Main Menu has a Submenu, used for entering and displaying values . These are accessed by pressing the "E" key while in the Main Menu . The up and down keys are used in the submenus to display the desired type of values or settings and the "E" key is pressed again to access these . The up and down keys are then used to scroll through the settings. 5.1 .4 Pressing the "C" key in any screen will backup the display to the previous screen .

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MENU LAYOU T

6. 1 The following layout shows the Ma in Menus and Subm enus accessed by pressing the " E" key and the up and down arrows . To exit the submenus and return to the Main Menu, the "C" key should be presse d.
Far layca uts .of the submenus , refer to sections 6 .2 through 6. 5.

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MPSC-2000 Ve rsion 1 . 0 SUBMENU S Press ' E" (or wait 3 seconds )

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METER MENI Load Values

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6.2 METERING SUBMENU SUBMENU ==LOAD VALUES== ===METER (VI EPJ U -~= Press , E ' Load Values la : ### Press "C WIMI lb: # Ic : In : an : ### Vbn : Vcn : # These Vab:### values will Vbc :### not be Vca : # displayed if a KW3p : ### Press VIM is not ICi/Ar 3 p: "Up and Down" attached KVA3p : ### A r ro ws iCVVf-ir3 p : ### KVarHr3p : P F : ### Freq : N/A

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===M ETER MENU===M=3 Press ,E" =DEMAND VALUES= Demand Values la : . .CIO Press Ic:
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SUBMEN U =SETTINGS MENU= MPS S ett ings Press "E " Press "C" LT Pickup : #### LT Delay : #### S T P ickup : #### ST Delay : =SHOW SETTINGS= Rating :

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INST Pk up : #### G ND P kup : GND Delay : GND Curve: : # Test Crv : Dmnd pn8u l : I U nbal : #### I Unb Dly : PASSWOR D Scroll up and down using arrow keys

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=SETTINGS MENU= VIM letting s

Press "E" ==SHOW VIM SET== V Unbal :


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KEYPAD INPUT SEQUENCE FOR SETTINGS SUBMEN U Press keys in th is sequence to acce ss Settings submenus . Defaul t sCPe @ n =sr,owsemNGS= ~e.eng : 00"

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" E, =CHANGE SETTINGS Rating : IT P ickup : ### Delay : #####LT ST Pickup : ST Delay : #### ST Curve : INST Pkup : #### CND Pkup : !# GND Delay : GND Curve : Test C ev : #### Dmnd IntvB : I Unbal : # ### I Unb Dly: #### PASSWOR D

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6.4 .1 To change setting s PRE SS "E", (an asterisk will a ppea r afte r the setting) TOGGL E BETWEEN SETTINGS USING LEFT A ND RIGHT ARROW KEYS, PRESS "E" TO ACC E PT, THEN PRESS C " .

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6 . 4 .2 Available Sett i n g The followi ng i s a l ist of choices for each setting in the "CHANGE SETTINGS" Submenu-, MPS SETTINGS

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LT PICKUP- 0 .5X, 0 .6X, 0 .7X, 0 .8X, 0 .9X, 1 .OX Sensor rating . LT DELAY! MIN, INT, MA X ST PICKUP : 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, 6X, 7X, 8X, 9X, 10X, 11X, 12X Sensor rating, and "DISABLED" . ST DELAY ; MIN, INT, MAX ST CURVE : DEF, 11 7 INST PICKUP : 3X, 4X, 5X, 6X, 7X, 8X, 9X, 10X , 11X, 12X Sensor rating, and "DISAB LED" (if "INST" disable jumper is not blocked for certain protection schemes) .
GND PICKUP : See ground sensor table, section 2 .5 .1 GND DELAY : MIN, INT, MAX

GND CURVE : DEF, iI T TEST CURVE : LT, ST, IN ST, CN D DEMAND INTERVAL : 15, 30, and 60 minute s
CURRENT UNBALANCE : 5 to 50 percent, in increments of 1 % CURRENT UNBALANCE DELAY: 0 .10 to 25 .0 seconds in increments of 0 .1% and DISABLE D

VIM SETTING S VOLTAGE UNBALANCE : 5 to 50 percent, in increments of 1 % VOLTAG E UNBALANCE .DELAY : 0.10 to 25.0 seconds in increments of 0.1% and DISABLED UNDERVOLTAGE PICKUP : 1 to 600 Volts, in increments of 1 volt UNDERVOLTAGE DELAY : 0.10 to 25 .0 seconds in increments of 0 .1% and DISABL ED DEMAND INTERVAL : 15, 30, and 60 minutes 6 . 4 .3 Pass word Protectio n I f a password has not been programmed into the unit, the PASSWORD screen can be bypassed simply by pressing " E . To enter a or change a password follow the steps below : 1 . Scroll down to the PASSWORD screen in the CHANGE SETTINGS Submenu, press "E" . 2. Using the UP and DOWN keys, scroll up or down to the desired letter or number, press the RIGHT arrow key to move to the next space and select the desired letter or number, repeat for the remaining two spaces and then press "E " .

3. You will be asked to verify the password change . Retype the password to verify and press " E".
It will be necessary to enter this password to gain access to the CHANGE SETTINGS submenu from this point . 4. To change the password just repeat the above instructions . To erase the password, thereby defaulting back to the original unit setting, program blank spaces in the CHANGE PASSWORD screen .

If a password is lost or unknown, call your local service center for further instructions .

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=RECORDS MENU= Breaker taper.

Press " E," ==BREAKER OPER= = Coun t : ~ Press "C" KSIa : Ka l b : KSIc:

Press , E -9/114A FAULT EVENT= =RECORDS MENU= VIM Fault Event Type :Pres"CVab : ##f i i/bc : # i/ca : K EY PAD INPUT SEQUENCE FOR R EC ORDS SUBMENU la : In : #~
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APPENDIX
FIELD TESTING

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IB 6. 1 . 2 e8-1 b Page 1 6 PROCEDURE FOR FI ELD TESTING THE M PSC-2000 S OLID STATE TRIP SYSTE M
There are two ways to evaluate the MPSC-2000 solid state trip system : primary current injection through the breaker main contacts ; and secondary current injection directly intoAhartrip device . Primary injection has the advantage of testing the current sensors and magnetic latch also . The following is a procedure for performing this field testing . Notes : 1 . Refer to time current curves TD-9651, T D -9652 and T D- 9653 (also in this appendix) . 2 . When checking calibration, disable the functions not being tested, or set them at their highest threshold and delay values . It is 2SeeC laOly tEportant to disable the Ground -function when testfng the other elements to prevent false tripping. 3 .3he circuit breaker must be closed before each test below. 4. Following ea ch test, check the MPSC-2000 event register, to ensure that the correct element tripped the breaker , especially if test results appear to be incorrect . s ection .5 and 6gi n t h e main 'body of th is instruction bulletin for instructions on setti ng the MPSC2000 . 6 . These procedures are written for primary injection . If the trip device is being tested by secondary current injection, use a special test cable available from AFB and follow the special instructions contained therewith .

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4. Test for the actual threshold by increasing test current until the breaker trips . It is important to increase the current fast enough so that the breaker will not be tripped by the Long Time element prior to completion of the test. 5. The threshold tolerance is +/- 10% on all selector switch settings . Long-Time Threshold Tes t 1 . Either disable the trip elements not being tested or set them to their highest threshold value . 2 . It is recommended that the Range Selection be set to its lowest value to minimize the current required for this test ; however, it may be set to either available value . 3. Set the Long Time threshold . Set the delay to its minimum value . 4. Test for the actual threshold by increasing test current until the pelf Monitor light begins to blink quickly . The breaker should trip about 8-13 seconds later. 5. The threshold tolerance i s +1- 10% on all s e lector

Long-Time Delay Tes t 1 . Position other trip element selectors at their highest threshold value . 2. It is recommended that the Range Selection be set to its lowest value to minimize the current required for this test; however, it may be set to either available value . 3 . Set the Long Time threshold to its maximum setting . 4 . Set test current so that it represents three times (3X) the trip system Range Selection setting . Delays should be as follows :

Instantaneous or Short Time Threshold Test


1 . Either disable the trip elements not being tested, or set them to their highest threshold value . Set the Long Time Delay to its maximum setting . Set the Short Time delay to its minimum setting for Short Time tests . 2 . It is recommended that the Range Selection be set to its lowest value to minimize the current required for this test; however, it may be set to either available value . 3 . Set the threshold and delay of the trip element being `.ested (again, it is recommended that a low value be used) .

Long-Time Delay Band s Delay Setting Delay Times (sec . ) iVline 8 -13 Int. 20 - ---33 - ------ - ----------------------------------------------------- Max . 61 - 100

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short-Tim. Delay Tnt 1 . Position other trip element selectors at the ir highest threshold value. 2. It is recommended that the Range sel ection be set to ,.its lowed value to minimize the current required for this ,test; howdver, it may be set to either available value. 3. Set the ST Curve to DEF. 4. Set the ST Pickup to its lowest setting. 5. Set test current so that it represents four times (4X)

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Short Time Delay Bands (11 T) Delay Setting Delay Times (sec.) Min. 0. 160 - 0.250 Int. Max. 0.520 - 0.780 0. 910 - 1 . 350

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Ground Trip Delay Tests Ground Trip Delay tests_ are performed by injecting current through a single phase of the breaker, which appears to be a ground fault to the trip device. On breakers with 4wire ground . on - double-ended substations, a remote neutral sensor must be used fio perform this best. 1 . Disable the other trip elements or set them at their highest threshold value. 2. The Range Selector has no influence on ground settings. 3. -Set the GND PICKUP to the min imum ava ilable ground setting . 4. Set test current so that it represents three times (3X) the GND PICKUP setting. Delays should be as shown in the chart below.

Short-lime Delay. Bands (DEF)

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Delay rimes (sec .) 0.080-0.170 0.200-0.320 0.350-0.500

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6. Set the ST Curve to IIT. (Note that the lit function of the MPSG2000StioitTime e lement is operational only from twice to four times th e Range Selection , and that the t rip curve is fixed and does not vary with pickup setti ngs.) .:: 7. Set test current so that it represents 1 .5 times the ST Pickup setting . Delays should be as fialbws :

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Ground Trip Delay Bands (DEF) Delay Sensor Rating Setting 200A - 800A 1600A - 2000A 3 000A - 4000A 0.68 -1 .3 sec. 0.07 - 0.18 sec. 0.05 - 0.17 sec. 2.1 - 4 .2 sec. 0.24 - 0.47 sec. 0.20 - 0.32 sec. Max. 5.2 - 9.5 sec. 0.59 -1 .2 sec. 0.35 - 0.50 sec. Min. Int.

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Response With ST 12t Behavior Defeated ("DES" or "OUT") MPSC-2 000 : M P S -C-3( I NST IT) ; MPS-C-4(ST .LT) ; and MPS-C5(ENST,d7,6T )
1 : This log-ooq~r~ph depicts the short-time response without Izt behavior . It the p`t choracteri is enabled ("I!T" or "IN"), then refer to TD-9653. If a ground function was odded to the trip system, then also refer to time-current curve TD-9652 for ground response . 2 : These purr?, are typical of single and three phase power functions for 50 ;' 60 Hz systems . If a trip function is not available on your unit, then ignore the corresponding curve . Curves were calibrated for a temperature range of 10-40 'C . The reset time for any trip function is 50 ms maximum . TE 3 : For any time band, the lower and upper limits define the time interval for which tripping will occur at a given ,multiple of rating current . If current exceeds the INST threshold, then the unit will trip the breaker by means of the instantaneou s -Function . If current less than th e INST threshold but greater than 90% of the ST threshold persists for a time up to the lowe r ST band limit, then the unit will trip the breaker through the short time lunation . If current greater than the the LT threshold but less than 90 % of the ST threshold persists unti l the lower LT band limit, then the unit will trip the breaker through the long time function . 4 : Use the circuit breaker only within its published short circuit current rating . Since, all trip values are selectable, they must be chosen to match the requirements of your power system .

5 : The instantaneous, short-time, long-time, and ground tripping functions operate independently . Trip thresholds are set as multiples of the rating current . The rating current is e0he r
50% or 100% of the trip system rating . EXAMPLE : An 800A K-Line breaker is set at a 50 % rating of 400A. If its threshold multipliers are (12) INST, (5) ST, and (0 .8) IT, then the thresholds ore 4800 A . 2000 A, and 320 A. respectively . All units are shipped with the following factory settings (unless ordered differently) : Pmra meter Factory Settin g Rating Current = X 50% of system ratin g Time Bond Minimu m instantaneous 12 X Short-Time 4X Long-Time ix Ground Minimu m 6 : Available ground sett i ngs and trip system compatibility (Note : the 4200 rating is not available with K - Line breakers):

Trio 5ylt trn Rating (Amps ) 2OQ 600 800 1600 2000 3000 3200 4000 4200

Rating Current (Amps ) 100 . 200 300, 600 400, 800 800, 1600 1000, 2000 1500, 3000 1600 . 3200 2000, 4000 2100, 4200

Trip System Compatibility

M PSC-2000 V1 .5 and higher

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I B 6 .1.2.8-1 b

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Figure A-2a Trip Times for ground fault functions ,,

See Figure A-2b for a larger scaled notes section

600 0 5G00 400 0 30b 0 2000

IS Current For NpS .C E~cct ronic Trio Systems lsKOUfdD FAULT FUNCTIO N
t1F NOTE 1 t, ek . ..i, - $( tNST LT) . AtF5-C-1 ( S7,LT ) . and MPS-C-5(e NS Y. SL. 1,7 ) 'ha x-,eq y opn of ground response supplements TD-9651 and PD-9653,

100 0 0 00 500, 400 30 0

'na5i. 'e typical of a-n ryleand three pgsapwwe r (unctions for 56f60 ~i' B~vzma. 2u,vcs were c olibrated fo r a: temperature range of 1:0 - 40 'C, The mq ., mum rose( time to a ground trip is 50 ms .

NOTE ? : F :f Q~y ; ;m t lb o nl the brier and . upper lirtiits define ine (,'Me intervol for which ?iprKn y ~, .zieca* of a gi ven ground current : It a gcound(oOlt kxtQ!ds the ge+..ns. ?ru ssrc~~ or t~r>yGC than the co rer t ime . bond limit then the unit will '1-0 tti e : tl taYer by me orts 4 the ground function :

NOTE a. U Se the -cmt p, euk er o nly rithin i ts published short -circuit curren t, rating. , .. ao In p rabu es ye se !ectaY l e , they mat be cficxnto makfithe re ~!'; reme ms at YOU, Power system . WE 5 A, a aube z g ^ura setGnu s orM trip systam c gmpqt ibe aty {Nate : the 4 ?00 rOting
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GROUND FAULT FUNCTIO N MPSC-2000 ; MPS-C-3(INST,LT) ; MPS-C-4(ST,LT) ; and MPS- C -5(sNST,51',LT )

t : This log-log graph of ground response supplements TD-9651 and TD-9653 .

2: These curves are typical of single and three phase power functions for 50/60 Hz systems . Curves were calibrated for a temperature range of 10-40 'C . The maximum reset time for a ground trip is 50 ms.

3: For any time band, the lower and upper limits define the time interval for whi tripping will occur at a given ground current . If a ground fault exceeds the ground threshold for longer than the lower time bond limit then the unit will trip the breaker by means of the ground function .

4: Use the circuit breaker only within its published short-circuit current rating . Since, all trip values are selectable, they must be chosen to match the requirements of your power system . 5: Available ground settings and trip system compatibility ( Note: the 4200 rating is not available with K-Line breakers) : Trip System Rating Available Ground Settings (Amps) (Amps ) Trip System Compatibilit y

200 100, 200, 300, 600, 9 00, 1200 600 100, 200, 300, 600, 900, 1200 800 100, 200, 300, 600, 900, 1200 1600 300, 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200 2000 300, 400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200 3000 500, 600, 800, 900, 1000, 1200 500, 600, 800, 900, 1000, 1200 3200 4000 500, 600, 800, 900, 1000, 1200 4200 500, 600, 8 00, 900, 1000, 1200

MPSC-2000 V1 .5 and higher

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Page 22 See Figure A-3b for a larger scaled notes sectio n

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NOTE 5 7M instant-o0 +M:! irwe . o ^9 'I:.~e xM grauM NpP+W Iw ciiqu Wnl< antlroG^d enis ~ ~ndi p'n W ur ~ a1m9 ~~ T1K r eiv~9 cw~e e is ptAe. 1 b ~hiiHMla a e iie1 Scx a X00 01 Ine I1r C lem rdM} :Me u YtE An 900 K -lina:.Owe len q ff l of a 31 .1 rat4 I cxA K i . tnn snow .wpyw . M. (12) tlvSF . (S) ST . 9qd (O,A{. LL. MEN tM 'n. n ~ z we 4&W .1 20W h oad 17 J ^ ~s?ac1^~cM z*tnE M uhf uro iJnewd

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Response with ST ! ' ; EMr~av~or Enabled ("IIl" or "IN") MPSC-2000 ; MPS-C-3(I~dST,LT) ; MPS-~--4(5T,LT) : and MP5-C-5(INST,ST,LT )

IB 6.1 . 2.84b Page 23

1 : This log-log graph depicts the short-lime response with 121 behavior . If the 12t characteristic is defeated ("DEF" or "OUT"), then ~e(er to TD-9651 . It a ground function was added to ire trip system, then also refer to time-current curve TD-9652 for ground respons e 2 : These curves are typical of cingle and three phase power functions for 50/60 Hz systems . !f a trip function is not available an your unit, then ignore the corresponding curve . Curves W4rv calibrated for a temperature range of 10-40 'C . The reset time for any trip function is 5 0 m maximum .
3 : For any time bond, the lower and upper limits define the time interval for which tripping w91! occur at a given multiple of rating current . If current exceeds the INST threshold, then the unit will trip the breaker by means of the in -stantaneoul fun g tign. If current less than the INST threshold but greater than 90of the ST threshold persists for a time up to the lower ST band limit, then the unit will trip the breaker throught the short time function . If current greater than the the LT threshold but less than 90% of the ST threshold persists until the lower IT band limit, then the unit will trip he breaker through the long time function .

4 : Use the circuit breaker only within its published short circuit current rating . Since; all trip values are selectable, they must be chosen to match the requirements of your power sysierr, . 5 : The in5tantaneou5, short-time, long-time, and ground tripping functions operate independently . Trip thresholds are set as multiples of the rating current . The rating current is eithe r 50% or 100% of the trip system rating . EXAMPLE : An 800A K-Line breaker is set at a SOX rating of 400A . If its threshold multipliers are (12) INST, (5) ST, and (0 .8) LT, then the thresholds are 4800 A . 2000 A, and 320 A. respectively . All units are shipped w ith the following factory settings (unless ordered differently) : Pa rg meter Factory Settin g Rating Current = X 50 % of system ratin g Time Bond Minimu m Instantaneous 12X Short-Time 4X Long-Tim e 1X Ground Minimu m 6 : Available ground settings and trip system compatibility (Note : the 4200 rating is not available with K-Line breakers) : Trip System Rating (Amps ) Rating Current ( Amps) Trig System Com qa tibili ~

200 600 800 1600 2000 3000 3200 4000 420

100, 200 300. 600 400. 800 800, 1600 1000. 2000 1500 . 3000 1600. 3200 2000, 4000 2100. 4200

MPSC-2000 V1 .5 and h igher

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