ArmorStart Distributed Motor Control - Full Voltage Procurement Specifications

ArmorStart Distributed Motor Control - Full Voltage Procurement Specifications

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PROCUREMENT SPECIFICATION

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Distributed Motor Control with

Full Voltage/Full Voltage Reversing Motor Starting

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART 1 GENERAL ......................................................................................................................... 3

1.01

QUALIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................... 3

1.02

1.03

1.04

REFERENCES ................................................................................................................ 3

ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 4

PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMITTALS.............................................................................. 4

1.05

FINAL SUBMITTALS ....................................................................................................... 4

PART 2 PRODUCTS ...................................................................................................................... 5

2.01

2.02

DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................ 5

RATINGS ........................................................................................................................ 5

2.03

2.04

2.05

2.06

CONSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................ 6

COMMUNICATIONS OPTIONS ...................................................................................... 7

CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................... 8

FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................................... 8

2.07

2.08

DETAILED SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................... 9

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT ........................................................................................ 10

PART 3 EXECUTION .................................................................................................................... 10

3.01

DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING ...................................................................... 10

3.02

3.03

3.04

INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................. 10

SPARE MATERIALS ..................................................................................................... 11

WARRANTY .................................................................................................................. 11

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DISTRIBUTED MOTOR CONTROL WITH

FULL VOLTAGE/FULL VOLTAGE REVERSING MOTOR STARTING

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 QUALIFICATIONS

A. Manufacturer

1. The manufacturer shall have a minimum of 25 years of experience in the manufacture of distributed motor control.

2. The approved manufacturers are: a) Rockwell Automation Allen-Bradley b) Substitutions: None permitted

B. Support

1. The manufacturer shall maintain factory trained and authorized service facilities within 100 miles of the project and shall have a demonstrated record of service for at least the previous ten years.

2. Support personnel are to be direct employees of the manufacturer and be available

24 hours per day through a toll-free number.

3. The manufacturer shall provide all required start-up and training services.

4. The approved manufacturers are: a) Rockwell Automation Customer Support & Maintenance b) Substitutions: None permitted

C. Certification

1. To ensure all quality and corrective action procedures are documented and implemented, all manufacturing locations shall be certified to the ISO-9001 Series of

Quality Standards.

2. Third-party manufacturers and brand labeling shall not be allowed.

1.02 REFERENCES

A. The distributed motor control shall be designed to meet or exceed the applicable requirements to comply with the standards:

1. UL/CSA a) UL 508 b) CSA C22.2, No. 14

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[PROJECT LOCATION] a) EN/IEC 60947-4 b) EN/IEC 60947-4-1 c) CE Marked per Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and EMC Directive

2004/108/EC

3. CCC

4. ODVA for EtherNet/IP and DeviceNet

B. The distributed motor control shall be certified cULus (File No. E3125, Guide NLDX,

NLDX7).

1.03 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

A. The supplier shall confirm specified service conditions during and after installation of products.

B. The supplier shall maintain the area free of dirt and dust during and after installation of products.

1.04 PRE-MANUFACTURE SUBMITTALS

A. Refer to Section _________ for submittal procedures.

B. Product Data

1. Publications on distributed motor control.

2. Data sheets on all furnished options.

C. Specification Response

1. Detailed response to this specification showing where in the literature each requirement is satisfied.

2. Clearly identified clarifications and exceptions.

D. Installation Instructions

1.

A copy of the manufacturer’s installation instructions, including receiving, handling and storage instructions.

E. Testing and Test Reports

1.

Testing per manufacturer’s standard.

2. A copy of the test reports, if available, shall be provided as part of the final documentation.

1.05 FINAL SUBMITTALS

A. Refer to Section ________ for procedure on submittal of final documentation.

B. Supplier Certification

1. The supplier shall provide certification that the distributed motor control has been installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

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2. The supplier shall provide certification that the distributed motor control settings have been properly adjusted.

C. Final Drawings

1.

The manufacturer shall provide final drawings reflecting the “As-Shipped” state of the installed equipment.

2. Manufacturer drawings shall be provided in DWG format.

3. Manufacturer drawings do not need to be stamped if a drawing schedule is provided

4. that lists the drawing numbers, revision levels, and status of drawings (Preliminary,

Approval, Final, etc.).

The supplier shall be responsible for making any changes to the “As-Shipped” drawings from the manufacturer to reflect any field modifications.

D. Maintenance Data

1. Distributed motor control installation instructions and User Manual.

2. Parameter listing with final settings.

3. Field service report from start-up service.

4. Name and phone number for a local distributor for the spare parts.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Allen-Bradley

– Bulletin 280/281 ArmorStart Distributed Motor Control with Full

Voltage/Full Voltage Reversing Motor Starting (No substitutions)

2.02 RATINGS

A. The distributed motor control (DMC) shall support a three-phase induction motor. DMC power circuit ratings:

1. Horsepower of 0.5 to 10 HP (0.37 to 7.5 kW).

2. Operating voltage of 200 to 480 VAC.

3. Operating frequency of 50/60 Hz.

B. The DMC shall accept control power of:

1. 24 VDC (+10%, -15%) A2,

2. 120 VAC (+10%, -15%) A2 (DeviceNet versions only), or

3. 240 VAC (+10%, -15%) A2 (DeviceNet versions only).

C. The DMC shall be equipped with a Short Circuit Protection Device (SCPD), Performance

Type 1. The DMC shall have an I rms

of:

1. 30, 45 or 65 kA @ 480Y/277 VAC.

2. 30 or 65 kA @ 480 VAC.

D. The DMC shall be UL Listed for Group Motor Applications, sized per NFPA 70 (NEC) or

E.

NFPA 79.

The DMC’s environmental ratings include:

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1. Enclosure rating of Type 4/12 and IP67.

2. Operating temperature range of -20 to +40°C (-4 to +104°F).

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3. Relative humidity range of 0 to 95%, non-condensing.

4. Operating shock resistance to 15 G.

5. Operating vibration resistance to 1 G, 0.15 mm (0.006 in.) displacement.

6. Ability to operate without de-rating to an elevation of 2000 m.

7. Application in Pollution Degree 3 environments.

2.03 CONSTRUCTION

A. The distributed motor control (DMC) shall be a modular plug-n-play design and shall offer direct on-line (DOL) or direct on-line reversing (DOLR) control of a three-phase AC squirrel cage induction motor.

B. The DMC

’s version shall be:

1. EtherNet/IP, or

2. DeviceNet.

C. The DMC shall provide a local at-motor disconnect means by incorporating a motor circuit protector.

D. The DMC shall use quick disconnects for I/O and communications.

E. 3-phase power, control power and motor connections shall be made via a gland plate:

1. Conduit/cord-ready power options with 3/4 and 1 in. conduit holes: a) Trunk and drop b) Daisy chain

2. ArmorConnect

media option. The media shall be: a) produced by the DMC manufacturer, or b) UL 2237 and approved for use by the DMC manufacturer.

F. The DMC shall be supplied with a 3-meter unshielded 4-conductor cordset.

G. The DMC shall include a local fault reset button and 4 status LEDs:

1. Power

2. Run

3. Network

4. Fault

H. The DMC shall also include externally accessible:

1. EtherNet/IP versions: 2 solid-state output connections (Micro/M12) with status indication, 4 configurable 24 VDC inputs (Micro/M12) with status indication, IP address switches, embedded dual port Ethernet switch with 4 status indicators and a ground terminal.

2. DeviceNet versions: 2 relay output connections (Micro/M12) with status indication, 4 configurable 24 VDC inputs (Micro/M12) with status indication, DeviceNet connection (Mini/M18) and a ground terminal.

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I. The DMC shall have local control (option) with field-disable capability (except OFF):

1. HAND

– OFF – AUTO keypad (DOL)

2. FORWARD

– REVERSE – HAND– OFF – AUTO keypad (DOLR)

J. I/O points shall be used with sensors and actuators.

1. Two 24 VDC nominal outputs

– 0.5 A per point (max 1 A total outputs).

2. Four 24 VDC nominal inputs

– 50 mA per point (200 mA total inputs).

K. DeviceNet versions (option): The DMC shall include a safety monitor option which allows independent monitoring of the output status of the device.

1. The function shall be implemented using a normally closed contact, complying with

IEC 60947-5-1.

2. Two terminal blocks shall be provided as the inputs that may be used with an external safety circuit which monitors the status of the isolation contactor.

2.04 COMMUNICATIONS OPTIONS

A. EtherNet/IP versions:

1. EtherNet/IP versions of the distributed motor control (DMC) shall allow the integration of I/O control, device configuration and data collection across multiple networks, enabling internet connectivity.

2. The EtherNet/IP DMC shall include a dual port 10/100mb/s embedded Ethernet switch that supports linear or device level ring (DLR) topology.

3. EtherNet/IP addressing shall be by: a) Auto addressing via DHCP utility b) Local node switch c) Static IP address

4. The EtherNet/IP DMC shall include an embedded web server.

5. The EtherNet/IP DMC shall support the IEEE 1588 transparent clock.

6. The EtherNet/IP DMC shall support DeviceLogix

, which allows local control using simple embedded logic.

B. DeviceNet versions:

1. DeviceNet versions of the distributed motor control (DMC) shall allow efficient data handling on the device-level DeviceNet network.

2. DeviceNet addressing shall be by: a) Hard set node address switches b) Software node addressing

3. The DeviceNet DMC shall support DeviceLogix, which allows local control using simple embedded logic.

4. The DeviceNet DMC shall provide peer-to-peer zone interlocking parameters (ZIP) to allow direct communication with up to 4 other DeviceNet nodes.

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A. The distributed motor control (DMC) shall have the capability to be programmed by:

1. Add-On Profile (AOP) for CompactLogix and ControlLogix Controllers

– The AOP is used for the Logix Designer programming tool in Studio 5000

software, which is a single control platform. The AOP simplifies setup and commissioning via predefined tags and commissioning wizards and allows automatic tag generation and copy and paste functionality for quick setup and configuration of multiple DMCs. The Logix

Designer programming tool is also used by the DMC’s DeviceLogix program to perform configuration locally.

2. RSNetW orx™ – For the DeviceNet version, the device configuration tool

RSNetWorx can configure the DMC, using the embedded electronic data sheet

(EDS).

3. Internal Webpage

– For the EtherNet/IP version, the DMC’s web interface can be used to configure the DMC when the AOP is not available.

B. EtherNet/IP versions:

1. The EtherNet/IP

DMC’s web interface can be used to configure the DMC when AOP is not available.

2. The EtherNet/IP

DMC’s embedded web server shall also be able to be configured for: a) Login and password protection. b) Sending an e-mail when a fault or warning occurs. E-mail supports Simple Mail

Transfer Protocol (SMTP). c) Uploading EDS files. d) Status and diagnostics read/write. e) Administrative tasks.

2.06 FUNCTIONS

A. Motor control shall be of a 0.5 to 10 HP (0.37 to 7.5 kW) three-phase AC squirrel cage induction motor.

B. Electronic motor overload protection shall be accomplished with an I

2 t algorithm.

1. Short Circuit Protection Device (SCPD) Performance Type. The DMC shall have a rated operating current range of: a) (Code A) 0.24 to 1.2 A, b) (Code B) 0.5 to 2.5 A, c) (Code C) 1.1 to 5.5 A, or d) (Code D) 3.2 to 16 A

2. Selectable trip class of 10, 15 or 20.

3. Trip rating: 120% of FLC setting.

C. Fault diagnostics shall include:

1. Short Circuit

2. Overload

3. Phase Loss

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4. Control Power Loss

5. I/O Fault

6. Over Temperature

7. EEprom Fault

8. Hardware Fault

9. Phase Imbalance

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D. Device status parameters shall include:

1. Hdw Inputs

2. Network Inputs / DeviceIn Data

3. Network Outputs / DeviceOut Data

4. Trip Status

5. Starter Status

6. InternalLinkStat / DNet Status

7. Starter Command

8. Breaker Type

9. Last Pr Fault

10. Warning Status

11. Phase A Current

12. Phase B Current

13. Phase C Current

14. Average Current

15. % Therm Utilized

E. Basic configuration parameters shall include:

1. FLA Setting

2. Overload Class

3. OL Reset Level

2.07 DETAILED SPECIFICATION

A. All versions, power circuit:

1. Rated Impulsed Voltage (U imp

): 6 kV

2. Dielectric Withstand: UL

– 2200 VAC, IEC – 2500 VAC

3. Reset Mode: Automatic or manual

4. Utilization Category: AC-3

B. EtherNet/IP versions:

1. Ethernet Communication Rate: 10/100 Mbps, auto-negotiate half- and full-duplex

2. Ethernet Ports: 2 (embedded switch)

3. Device Level Ring Support: Beacon Performance, IEEE 1588 Transparent Clock

4. Data: a) Transported over both TCP and UDP b) Minimum of 500 I/O packets per second c) Supports up to 150 concurrent TCP sockets

5. Connection support:

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6. Maximum Concurrent Explicit Messages (CIP Class 3): 6

7. Class 1 Connection API: 2 to 3200 ms

8. Class 3 Connection API: 100 to 10,000 ms

9. Request Packet Interval (RPI): 20 ms default

C. DeviceNet versions:

1. DeviceNet Supply Voltage Rating Range: 11 to 25 VDC, 24 VDC nominal

2. DeviceNet Input Current: a) 167 mA @ 24 VDC

– 4.0 W b) 364 mA @ 11 VDC

– 4.0 W

3. DeviceNet Input Current Surge: 15 A for 250

 s

4. Baud Rates: 125, 250, 500 kbps

5. Distance Maximum: a) 500 m (1630 ft) @ 125 kbps b) 200 m (656 ft) @ 250 kbps c) 100 m (328 ft) @ 500 kbps

2.08 DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT

A. The dimensions of the distributed motor control (DMC) shall not exceed 287.5 mm

(11.32 in.) height x 351 mm (11.82 in.) width x 243 mm (9.57 in.) depth with motor connection cable. ArmorConnect connectivity shall require additional height of 203.2 mm

(8 in.) for bottom cable out.

B. The approximate weight of the DMC shall be 18.1 kg (40 lb).

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING

A. The supplier shall coordinate the shipping of equipment.

B. The supplier shall store the equipment in a clean and dry space.

C. The supplier shall protect the units from dirt, water, construction debris and traffic.

3.02 INSTALLATION

A. The supplier shall verify all distributed motor control components have been installed not exceeding the specifications or with proper derating prior to energizing.

B. The supplier shall follow local code and regulations with regard to electrical installation.

C. The supplier shall provide reasonable protection against accidental damage to component and associated cables.

D. The supplier shall ensure accessibility to diagnostic lights, communication ports and connection. These components shall be free from obstruction at all times.

E. The supplier shall verify all distributed motor control settings have been properly adjusted prior to energizing.

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A. The supplier shall provide one (1) spare distributed motor control of each size utilized, including options.

3.04 WARRANTY

A. The manufacturer shall provide their standard parts warranty for eighteen (18) months from the date of shipment or twelve (12) months from the date of being energized, whichever occurs first.

B. The manufacturer shall confirm this warranty as part of the submittal.

END OF SECTION

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