Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 Supersedes 12/2014 Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Contents DescriptionPage Section Section Section Section Section 1: 2. 3. 4. 5. General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Trip Unit Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Trip Unit Controls and Functions. . . . . 5 Neutral Current Sensor Information.. . 7 100% Rated LD and MDL Frame Circuit Breakers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 WARNING DO NOT ATTEMPT TO INSTALL OR PERFORM MAINTENANCE ON EQUIPMENT WHILE IT IS ENERGIZED. DEATH OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY CAN RESULT FROM CONTACT WITH ENERGIZED EQUIPMENT. ALWAYS VERIFY THAT NO VOLTAGE IS PRESENT BEFORE PROCEEDING. Section 1: General Information Step 2 Remove the 2 retaining screws (3 for 4-pole breaker) from the shunt plate inserts in the base of the circuit breaker frame. Step 3 (4-pole Only) Plug the current sensor secondary winding connector into the receptacle in the side of the trip unit. Either polarity is acceptable since the secondary winding connector is not polarized. Table 1. Parts List L OR M 310+ ELECTRONIC TRIP UNIT Trip Unit IL FOR 310+ ELECTRONIC TRIP UNITS Secondary Winding Connector NEUTRAL CURRENT SENSOR (GROUND FAULT ONLY) NEUTRAL & ALARM LEADS (GROUND FAULT ONLY) 4TH POLE CT ASSEMBLY (4 POLE ONLY) Current Sensor Section 2. Trip Unit Installation Step 1 Remove the 8 screws (10 for MDL-frame) holding the base and cover together (Figure 1). Figure 2. 4th Pole Installation. Step 4 Position the retaining screws in the trip unit and current sensor conductor holes (Figure 3). Figure 3. Retaining Screws Location in Trip Unit. Figure 1. LES Base-cover Screws. 2 EATON www.eaton.com Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 Step 5 Step 6 If present on the trip unit, route wires through the slots on the breaker frame's side (Figure 4). Starting with the center pole (mech pole), tighten the three retaining screws in the trip unit and the fourth retaining screw in the current sensor. Torque to 10 – 12 lb.-ft. (14 – 16 N·m) (Figure 6). CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED A TORQUE OF 10 – 12 LB.-FT. (14 – 16 N.m.). EXCESSIVE TORQUING WILL SHEAR THE SCREWS. FAILURE TO APPLY THE REQUIRED TORQUE MAY LEAD TO EXCESSIVE HEATING AND CAUSE NUISANCE TRIPPING OF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER. Line End Trip Unit Retaining Screws Torque 10-12 lb-ft, 3 x (14-16 N·m.) Test Port Trip Unit NNote: Wires for optional features only. Figure 4. Wire Routing Tunnels on Breaker Base. Pull wiring harnesses through slots in frame until the cable ties reach the location shown in Figure 5. Cable ties positioned below this location can result in an interference with the circuit breaker cover during assembly. It is not possible to have leads of wiring harnesses exit opposite sides of the breaker. Load End Figure 6. LES Trip Unit Mounting Screw Locations. Line End Trip Unit Retaining Screws Torque 10-12 lb-ft, 4 x (14-16 N·m.) Cable Ties Test Port Trip Unit Load End Breaker Frame Figure 7. LES 4-pole Trip Unit Mounting Screw Locations. Wiring Harnesses Figure 5. Wire Routing Cable Tie Placement. EATON www.eaton.com 3 Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 Step 7 (MES Trip Units) Step 9 Starting with the center pole (mech pole), torque line side screws to 10-12 lb.-ft. (14-16 N·m) and load side screws to 6 – 8 lb.-ft. (8 – 10 N·m) (Figure 8). Finish the installation by installing the cover on the base, as shown in Figure 10. TORQUE 18-23 LB-IN 8X (2.0-2.6 N.m.) Line End Trip Unit Retaining Screws Torque 10-12 lb-ft, 3 x (14-16 N·m.) Test Port Trip Unit Torque 6-8 lb-ft, 6 x (8-10 N·m.) Load End Figure 8. MES Trip Unit Mounting Screw Locations. Step 8. Install any accessories, if required, using the appropriate instruction leaflet. The following types of internal accessories, which mount on the trip unit, are available for use. The number of the IL covering the installation of each accessory is shown. • Alarm (Signal)/Lockout (ASL) Switch..............................I.L. 29C183 • Auxiliary Switch..............................................................I.L. 29C123 • Shunt Trip........................................................................I.L. 29C146 • Low Energy Shunt Trip...................................................I.L. 29C147 • Undervoltage Release Mechanism (Handle Reset).......I.L. 29C170 Trip Unit Wire Routings with Accessories: • Alarm (Signal)/Lockout (ASL) Switch and Auxiliary Switch: From trip unit, route wiring harnesses through the recessed center portion of the accessory bracket and through the slots in the breaker frame. • Shunt Trip: From trip unit, route wiring harnesses through the recessed center portion of the accessory bracket overlapping the white and yellow accessory wires, over the shunt trip, and through the slots in the breaker frame. • Low Energy Shunt Trip and Undervoltage Release Mechanism (Handle Reset): From trip unit, route wiring harnesses under accessory bracket and through the slots in the breaker frame. 4 EATON www.eaton.com Figure 9. Re-attach Cover and Base of the Breaker. Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 Section 3. Trip Unit Controls and Functions Ir Settings A. Trip unit controls and settings (refer to Figures 10 and 11). LES MES A = 250A A = 320A B = 300A B = 400A C = 315A C = 450A D = 350A D = 500A E = 400A E = 600A F = 450A F = 630A G = 500A G = 700A H = 600A = In H = 800A = In 10 2 TEST / ALARM STATUS r Clea w Windo Push To Trip C B 6636C85H21 D E F A G H 3 1 LONG 10 12 15 7 20 4 24 2 4 3 SHORT 5 6 7 8 2 4 LS 5 *Settings tsd (ms) tg (ms) Inst. 120 300 Inst. J K L 120 M n O 300 P Q R Figure 11. LSIG Short Delay and Ground Fault Time Settings. 10 2 STATUS TEST / ALARM Push To Trip C B 6636C85H22 D E F A 1 G H 3 LONG 10 12 15 7 20 4 24 2 SHORT 5 6 7 4 3 120 SHORT 5 2 STATUS TEST / ALARM 6636C85H23 A 1 G H 3 LONG 10 12 15 7 20 4 24 2 4 3 SHORT 5 6 7 C B 5 STATUS TEST / ALARM 1 G H 3 4 3 SHORT 5 6 7 10 STATUS 8 2 4 300 LSG 6 GND .6 .8 1.0 .4 .3 .2 SHORT/GND M N O P L Q K J R 5 15 LSIG 2 C B 6636C85H25 A 1 G H 3 4 3 SHORT 5 6 7 4 10 STATUS 120 5 15 7 2 REMOTE MM TEST / ALARM C B 6636C85H26 1 A 3 G H LONG 10 12 15 7 20 4 24 2 4 4 3 SHORT 5 6 7 2 5 r Clea w Windo 300 INST Push To Trip D E F SHORT 8 2 8 3.Ir - Continuous current setting. In accordance with standards requirements, the trip unit initiates a trip of the circuit breaker within 2 hours for an overload of 135% and will trip as a function of l²t for higher currents. Continuous current values for each lettered setting are indicated by the chart displayed on the left side of the trip unit label. 4.tr - The number of seconds required to trip @ 6x Ir. For example, if Ir = 250A, tr = 2 sec, and load current = 1500A, or 6x Ir, then the breaker will trip in 2 seconds. NNote: In addition to the short delay trip function, there is a fixed instantaneous override for the 600A and 800A trip units. The override for the 600A is fixed at 5620A, the override for the 800A is fixed at 6800A. If a fault current exceeds these override values, the breaker will trip instantaneously (in 20 milliseconds or less). 6. Ig - Ground fault pick-up setting. It is used on the LSIG and LSG styles to set the ground fault pick-up as a percentage of In (frame current). For example, a 600A frame with an Ig setting of 0.4 will provide a ground fault pick-up at 240A. REMOTE MM TEST / ALARM LONG 10 12 15 7 20 4 24 2 2. Test/Alarm LED - A dual function, bi-color (red-amber) LED. It is used as an amber no trip indicator when using the test port. In normal modes, the red LED indicates a high load alarm. For a high load alarm, it will blink ON-OFF if the continuous current is 105% of the Ir setting and is present for a duration over 38 seconds. 5.lsd - Setting in multiples of lr for short circuit conditions that exceed the short delay pick-up setting, the trip unit initiates a trip after a predetermined delay. r Clea w Windo 8 Push To Trip D E F r Clea w Windo 9 2 LONG 10 12 15 7 20 4 24 2 GND INST 10 A GND .6 .8 1.0 .4 .3 .2 120 Push To Trip 6636C85H24 6 8 2 4 D E F LSI 7 10 D E F 300 INST Push To Trip C B r Clea w Windo 8 2 4 1. Test Port - A test port is built into each trip unit to allow use of a functional test kit. The test kit performs a test of the Long Delay, Short Delay and Ground Fault functions (Plug-In Test Kit Catalog #MTST230V). Remove the test port cover prior to connecting to the test port. LSI+ Remote MM 6 GND .6 .8 1.0 .4 .3 .2 SHORT/GND M N O P L Q K J R 8 Figure 10. LES / MES Trip Units Settings. r Clea w Windo LSIG+ Remote MM 7. tsd - for the LSI style, the short delay time is a flat response determined by the tsd switch settings of INST 120ms, or 300ms. For the LS styles, the short delay time is an I²t function, with a delay of 67ms at a Isd setting of 6x. 8.tsd / tg - For the LSIG style, the short delay is a flat response determined by the tsd/tg switch settings of INST 120ms or 300ms. This switch is a dual switch that also determines the ground fault time settings of INST, 120ms or 300ms. For example, if the tsd/tg switch is set at position J, then both short delay time and ground fault time are at INST flat. As another example, set the tsd/tg switch at position L; the short delay time is INST and the ground fault time is 300ms. The LSIG label (Figure 11) should be used in conjunction with the tsd/tg switch to set any one of nine possible combinations of short delay and ground fault times. 9.tg - For the LSG style, the short delay time is an I²t function while the ground fault flat time is set by the tg switch. 10.Status LED - A green status light indicates the operational status of the trip unit. If the load current exceeds approximately 20% of the maximum current rating (In) of the breaker, the status light EATON www.eaton.com 5 Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 will blink on for one second and off for one second. B. Other features and options of the LES/MES 310+ trip units. 1. The High Load Alarm Relay option will provide a SPST contact closure when the trip unit current equals or is greater than 105% of In for a period of 38 seconds. If the current drops below the 105% value, the contact will open. The yellow and green wires that exit the right side of the breaker are the common (C) and normally open (NO) of this relay (See Figure 12). 2. The Ground Fault Alarm Only option operates in a similar fashion as the High Load Alarm. The SPST contact will close if the ground fault pick-up setting is exceeded and will open when below the ground fault pick-up setting. The yellow and green wires that exit the right side of the breaker are the common (C) and normally open (NO) of this relay (See Figure 12). Upstream INST 120ms 300ms INST Both Dn 43ms Dn 43ms 120ms Both Dn 52ms Dn 52ms 300ms Both Dn 43ms Dn 43ms NNote: The High Load Alarm Relay can be selected with LS, LSI LSG, and LSIG trip units. For the LSG and LSIG trip units, the High Load Alarm will function normally. However, if the breaker trips due to a ground fault condition, the relay will respond with a ground fault alarm as indicated above. NNote: A single breaker with the Zone Selective Interlocking feature enabled will not trip at the programmed time settings, unless Self Interlocked. That is, the Zout wire should be connected to the Zin wire. The Ground Fault Alarm Only can be selected for LSG and LSIG trip units only. This selection has precedence over all other relay functions. When the Ground Fault Alarm Only is selected, the High Load Alarm Relay feature is not available. 5. Remote Maintenance Mode (RMM) is an option that allows a user to remotely lower the instantaneous pickup of the breaker to 2.5x the frame rating (In), and to bypass any programmed delays (tsd or tg). The purpose of the function is to to reduce incident energy during a fault condition. NNote: The contact ratings of the relay are: 2A at 30 VDC and 0.5 A at 125 VAC. 4. The Zone Selective Interlock (ZSI) option provides a wired method of coordinating Upstream and Downstream breakers. The coordinating signals are provided by the White\Red stripe (Zin), White\Black stripe (Zout), and Black (common ground) wires that exit the right side of the breaker. ZSI may be ordered on LSI and LSIG trip units. Zone Selective Interlocking is active for the short delay and the ground fault delay tripping functions. The LES/MES 310+ Trip Unit Zone Selective Interlocking feature is compatible with OPTIM and Digitrip Trip Units, including all other 310+ models on Series G: (RG, NG LG, JG) and Series C (FD and KD) breakers. Three wires exit the breaker with the following color code and function: White/Black Stripe=Zone Out, White/Red Stripe=Zone In, and Black=Common (See Figure 12). A typical connection for a two breaker system is accomplished by connecting the Zout wire of the downstream breaker to the Zin of the upstream breaker. The common black wires of both breakers must also be connected. If a high current fault is sensed from the load on the downstream breaker, both breakers will sense the fault. However, the downstream breaker will send the interlock signal to the upstream breaker informing it not to trip. This delay allows the downstream breaker to clear the fault without the upstream breaker tripping. However, if for some reason the downstream breaker does not clear the fault in the set delay time, the upstream breaker will then clear the fault at or before its defined tsd or tg. 6 Downstream 3. The Ground Fault Relay option will provide a SPST contact closure immediately before the breaker will trip on a ground fault over current detect. This closure is momentary (50ms) and the customer must provide the necessary external circuitry in order to latch this signal. The yellow and green wires that exit the right side of the breaker are the common (C) and normally open (NO) of this relay (See Figure 12). Multiple breakers may be connected in a system to create a zone of protection. For faults outside the zone of protection, the trip unit of the circuit breaker nearest the fault sends an interlocking signal (Zout) to the trip unit of the up-stream circuit breaker. (Zin) This interlocking signal restrains immediate tripping of the upstream circuit breaker until its programmed coordination time is reached. Thus zone selective interlocking applied correctly can reduce damage due to circuit or ground fault conditions. A table of the settings of the two breakers with the respective outcomes (Both Trip or Downstream (Dn) Trips) of the breakers is indicated below for the conditions mentioned in the table heading. EATON www.eaton.com For example, a 600A (In) LD breaker with the switch set to 2.5x would trip instantaneously when the current exceeded 1500 A. The RMM is enabled by applying 24VDC to the two wire cable that exits the left side of the breaker. The wires are color coded Yellow (+24V) and Black (common ground) - see Figure 14. A blue colored LED on the trip unit lights when the breaker is in RMM (Figure 13). The lighted blue LED indicates that RMM is enabled. This setting corresponds to 2.5x of In. Turning the Isd switch on the trip unit has no effect on either the Maintenance Mode or the tsd\tg settings while the blue LED is lit. Also, a relay contact closure indicates that the RMM has been enabled. The blue and red wires are the C and NO contacts of this relay. The relay has a dual function: 1) enable RMM and 2) provide a contact closure indication that RMM is enabled. Both the yellow and black set of wires and the red and blue set of wires exit on the left side of the breaker. NNote: The RMM contacts are rated at 2A at 30 VDC and 0.5A at 125 VAC. Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 Section 4. Neutral Current Sensor Information. K2 1 + 10 - ALARM RELAY 2 2 NC1 D7 NRD4004 3 W1 1 NO1 4 9 NC2 J7-8 GRN J7-7 YEL 8 W2 NO2 7 CONT 2A 24VDC TQ2SA-24V ZSI ZOUT N.C. ZIN J7-5 BLK J7-1 WHI/BLK STRIPE J7-2 N.C. J7-3 NOTICE WHI/RED STRIPE NEUTRAL J7-4 GRY J7-6 WHI 8-POS "PHD" RA Ground fault trip units are supplied from the factory with pigtail lead connections for a neutral current sensor (white and grey wires). A neutral current sensor shown in Figure 14 is available. 310+ Ground Fault Trip Units detect ground fault currents through Residual Sensing. They are not designed to use source ground or zero sequence ground fault sensing methods. If the system neutral is grounded, but no phase to neutral loads are used, the neutral current sensor is not necessary. In that case, the white and grey leads on the trip should be cut off before installation. If the system neutral is grounded and phase to neutral loads are used, then the neutral current sensor must be used. It should be connected to the breaker according to Figure 15 It has the same turns ratio as the phase current sensors in the trip unit. THE POLARITY OF THE SENSOR CONNECTIONS IS CRITICAL. ALWAYS OBSERVE THE POLARITY MARKINGS ON THE INSTALLATION DRAWINGS. THE POLARITY MARKINGS ARE IDENTIFIED AS WHITE DOTS ON THE TRANSFORMERS. TO INSURE CORRECT GROUND FAULT EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE, CONDUCT FIELD TESTS TO COMPLY WITH NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE REQUIREMENTS UNDER ARTICLE 230-95-C. NNote: See wiring instructions below for special restrictions on accessory wiring for ground fault breakers. Then install the ground fault alarm and neutral current sensor connector printed circuit board as described previously. CABLE Figure 12. Alarm, ZSI, and Neutral Wiring Diagram. CAUTION LEADS COULD BE DAMAGED IF IN CONTACT WITH MOVING PARTS. ACCESSORY WIRES SHOULD BE FORMED AND ROUTED TO CLEAR ALL MOVING PARTS. K1 7 NO2 8 W2 3 W1 Leads to be routed: NC2 9 4 1. 2 leads (white and grey) for the neutral current sensor. 2. 2 leads (yellow and green) for the ground fault alarm relay It is not possible to have leads exiting the breaker on the opposite side. For rear exiting leads, thread the leads through the wiring troughs/tunnels in the side of the circuit breaker case. For side exiting leads, use the slots in the side of the case. Use the center trough or slot for the neutral current sensor leads (white and grey) and the trough or slot closest to the trip unit for the alarm leads (yellow and green). NO1 NC1 2 10 1 + CONT 2A 24VDC Any other leads to be brought out should then be threaded through the wiring trough closest to the trip unit. 10.0K 1/16W 1% REMOTE MAINT. MODE 2 BLK RMM CONTACTS BLUE T-1 1 YEL 1 2 NRD4004 2 RED 1 BLU MMSZ4703 16V 5% Section 5. 100% Rated LD and MDL Frame Circuit Breakers CLD, CHLD, CLDC, CMDL, and CHMDL circuit breakers are suitable for continuous operation at 100% of the frame rating if used with CU only 90° C insulated wire and AL9CU terminals in an enclosure which measures at least 24” high x 15” wide x 6” deep for the LD and 42" high x 18" wide x 7.5" deep for the MDL. Ventilation is not required in an enclosure having these minimum dimensions. Figure 13. Remote Maintenance Mode Wiring Diagram. EATON www.eaton.com 7 Instruction Leaflet for the LES/MES 310+ Electronic Trip Unit Instruction Leaflet IL012043EN Effective January 2016 1.50 AT TOP [38,1] .03 [0,76] 2X Ø .280 [7,11] THRU HOLE .50 4X R .36 [9,14] [12,70] POLARITY MARKINGS .31 [7,87] ( 2.000 ) ([50,80]) .25 [6,35] ( 1.000 ) ([25,40]) 1.47 [37,34] ( .617 ) ([15.67]) 1.44 [36.58] 4X R .28 [7,11] ( 4.376 ) ([111,13]) 5.610 [142.49] 1/2" BOLTS (NOT INCLUDED) .50 12,70] 2.188 [55,58] T/POTTING T/CONDUCTOR 5.69 AT TOP [144,53] 1.188 [30,18] 1.17 [29,72] 5.75 AT BASE [146,05] 2.25 [57,15] 2.25 AT TOP [57,15] 2.33 AT BASE [59,18] 2.91 AT BASE [73,91] Figure 14. Neutral Current Sensor. The information, recommendations, descriptions, and safety notations in this document are based on Eaton’s experience and judgment with respect to Retrofitting of Power Breakers. This instructional literature is published solely for information purposes and should not be considered all-inclusive. If further information is required, you should consult an authorized Eaton sales representative. The sale of the product shown in this literature is subject to the terms and conditions outlined in appropriate Eaton selling policies or other contractual agreement between the parties. This literature is not intended to and does not enlarge or add to any such contract. The sole source governing the rights and remedies of any purchaser of this equipment is the contract between the purchaser and Eaton. Figure 15. Neutral and Alarm Wiring Diagram. Eaton Electrical Sector 1000 Eaton Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44122 United States 877-ETN-CARE (877-386-2273) Eaton.com © 2016 Eaton All Rights Reserved Printed in USA Publication No. IL012043EN / TBG001166 Part Number: IL012043ENH03 January 2016 NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY, OR WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE, ARE MADE REGARDING THE INFORMATION, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND DESCRIPTIONS CONTAINED HEREIN. In no event will Eaton be responsible to the purchaser or user in contract, in tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damage or loss whatsoever, including but not limited to damage or loss of use of equipment, plant or power system, cost of capital, loss of power, additional expenses in the use of existing power facilities, or claims against the purchaser or user by its customers resulting from the use of the information, recommendations and description contained herein. Eaton is a registered trademark. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.