Starters for Centrifugal Chillers

Starters for Centrifugal Chillers
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
IOMM 1158-1
Group: Chiller
Part Number: 331375501
Effective: June, 2012
Supercedes: IOMM 1158
March, 2012
Starters for Centrifugal Chillers
Low Voltage: Solid State and Wye-Delta
Medium Voltage: Solid State and Across-the-Line
With MX3 Starter Control
Table of Contents
General ................................................................................................................... 3
Variable Frequency Drives............................................................................................................ 4
Basic Electrical Terms .................................................................................................................. 4
Model Identification ..................................................................................................................... 5
Starter Installation................................................................................................. 6
Mounting Arrangements ............................................................................................................... 7
Receiving and Setting ................................................................................................................... 7
Location and Mounting ................................................................................................................. 8
Dimensions & Terminal Sizes ............................................................................... 9
Low Voltage, Solid State (RVSS and RVST) ................................................................................ 9
Low Voltage, Wye-Delta (D3DW & D3dt) ................................................................................ 16
Medium Voltage, Solid State (MVSS & HVSS) ......................................................................... 23
Medium Voltage, Across-The-Line (MVAT & HVAT) ................................................................ 25
Field Power Wiring.............................................................................................. 27
Field Control Wiring ........................................................................................... 29
Low Voltage Starters .................................................................................................................. 30
Full Metering Option .................................................................................................................. 31
Starter Operation................................................................................................. 34
Starter Controller (MX3) ............................................................................................................ 34
Resetting Faults........................................................................................................................... 38
Viewing Data .............................................................................................................................. 39
Fault Code Troubleshooting Chart .............................................................................................. 42
General Troubleshooting Chart ................................................................................................... 50
Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 54
CERTIFICATIONS
UL508C, CAN/CSA-C22.2
EMC Directive (2004/108E/C
EPRI SEMI F47, IEC 61000-4-34.
TUV Rheinland
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General
Motor starters can be factory mounted on some size chillers and can be remote mounted on
all sizes. Larger size chillers are only available with remote mounted.
These starters are completely automatic and require no operator intervention (other than
clearing and resetting faults) to perform their function of providing a controlled connection
of the compressor motor to the power supply.
Low and medium voltage starters have similar software characteristics and are discussed
together in their operating section. However, some parameters and data are different.
Where this occurs, separate tables and figures are provided.
The purpose of this manual is to provide the site operator with sufficient information to
understand the operating state of the motor/starter, access motor operating data, and to
recognize and deal with faults. Starter setpoints are factory set or set at startup by the
Daikin startup technician. Owner/operator adjustment of setpoints is discouraged.
The starters are characterized by their control software, known as “MX3 Control”. Certain
electrical operating data for these low voltage starters is transmitted to the chiller and can be
viewed on the operator touch screen if the “Full Metering Option” has been ordered. See
page 40 for details.
Figure 1, Wye-Delta Starter
Incoming Lugs
Terminal Strip
Surge Capacitor
LED Display
MX3 Controller
Control Transformer and Fuses
Contactors
Transition Resistors
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Figure 2, Solid State Starter, Remote Mounted
Terminal Strip
Disconnect Switch
Primary Control Circuit
Fuses
MX3 Controller
LED Display
SCRs (Behind)
Bypass Contactor
Control Transformer
Variable Frequency Drives
While known and specified for their ability to control compressor motor speed for
efficiency enhancement, VFDs also perform starting and motor protection functions. They
are only available for 3/60/460-480 service.
VFDs are available only from Daikin and when purchased as part of the original
chiller purchase. Installation and operation are covered in Daikin manual IOMM
1159.
Basic Electrical Terms
Bypass contactor: Contactors that bypass auto-transformers, reactors, or SCRs, and allow
full power to reach the motor directly.
Closed transition: A reduced voltage starter characteristic when the motor is NOT
temporarily disconnected from the line during the transition from starting mode to
operating mode. The electrical load is transferred to resistors during the transition phase
and the second inrush spike is suppressed
Full load amps (FLA): The maximum amps the motor is designed for.
Inrush current: The amount of current that a specific motor and starter combination will
draw during start-up. Normal inrush current will be substantially less than LRA for all
starter types, except for across-the-line starters.
Interrupting capacity: The maximum fault current that a circuit breaker or fused
disconnect can successfully interrupt. As the rating increases, the construction becomes
heavier duty. For disconnect switches with fuses, the rating is based on 0 to 600 volts.
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For circuit breakers, the voltage and amperage relationship is considered with interrupting
capacity decreasing as voltage increases.
Locked rotor amps (LRA): The amount of current that a specific motor will draw at startup, when full voltage is applied across the line. The LRA may be 6 to 8 times FLA, or
possibly higher in some cases.
Low Voltage: Voltages up to 600 volts
Medium Voltage: Voltages from 1000 volts to 69,000 (1kV to 69kV)
Open transition: A reduced voltage starter characteristic occurring when the motor is
temporarily disconnected from power at the time the starter changes from the
starting mode to the final running mode. A second smaller inrush spike will occur.
Daikin does not recommend use of this type of starter.
Phase amps: The current draw inside the delta connection of a wye-delta motor winding.
It is equal to 0.577 x RLA of the motor for a specific load.
Rated load amps (RLA): Actual amperage that the motor draws for a specific application.
Centrifugal compressor motors operate at a RLA significantly below their maximum full
load amps. RLA is used to determine electrical component sizing such as wire size and
disconnect switches.
Starting torque: Minimum torque required to begin the motor’s rotation.
Withstand rating: There is a period of time that the short circuit current passes to the
shorted circuit before the protection device can open. This time can be as long as 0.020
seconds (one cycle). The withstand rating of a starter is the maximum short circuit current
that it can pass safely without emitting sparks or debris.
Model Identification
Full model numbers are as shown below followed by two digits representing the unit’s
Rated Load Amps (RLA), such as RRSS14
RVSS: low voltage, solid state, free standing
RVST: low voltage, solid state, terminal (unit) mounted
MVSS: medium voltage, solid state, free standing only
D3WD: low voltage, wye-delta, free standing
D3WT: low voltage, wye-delta, terminal (unit) mounted
MVAT: medium voltage, across-the-line, free standing only
MVSS medium voltage solid state, free standing only
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Starter Installation
Inspection
Thoroughly inspect the device for possible shipping damage before storing or installing
the starter
•
Remove the starter from its package and inspect exterior for shipping damage. If
damage is apparent, notify the shipping agent and your sales representative.
•
Open the enclosure and inspect the starter for any apparent damage or foreign
objects. Ensure that all of the mounting hardware and terminal connection hardware
is properly seated, securely fastened, and undamaged.
•
Ensure all connections and wires are secured.
•
Read the technical data label affixed to the starter and ensure that the correct
horsepower and input voltage for the application has been purchased.
General Information
Ensure:
•
The wiring diagram (supplied separately with the starter) is correct for the required
application.
•
The starter is the correct current rating and voltage rating for the motor being started.
•
All of the installation safety precautions are followed.
•
The correct power source is available.
•
The starter control method has been selected.
•
The connection cables have been obtained (lugs) and associated mounting hardware.
•
The necessary installation tools and supplies are procured.
•
The installation site meets all environmental specifications for the starter
NEMA/CEMA rating.
•
The motor being started has been installed and is ready to be started.
•
Any power factor correction capacitors (PFCC) are installed on the power source side
of the starter and not on the motor side.
Failure to remove power factor correction or surge capacitors from the load side of
the starter will result in serious damage to the starter that will not be covered by the
starter warranty. The capacitors must be connected to the line side of the starter. The
up-to-speed (UTS) contact can be used to energize the capacitors after the motor has
reached full speed.
Safety Information
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•
Ensure that the installation site meets all of the required environmental conditions
•
LOCK OUT ALL SOURCES OF POWER.
•
Install circuit disconnecting devices (i.e., circuit breaker, fused disconnect or nonfused disconnect) if they were not previously installed by the factory as part of the
package.
•
Install short circuit protection (i.e., circuit breaker or fuses) if not previously installed
by the factory as part of the package.
•
Follow all NEC (National Electrical Code) and/or C.S.A. (Canadian Standards
Association) standards or Local Codes as applicable.
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Remove any foreign objects from the interior of the enclosure, especially wire strands
that may be left over from installation wiring.
•
Ensure that a qualified electrician installs wiring.
•
Ensure that the individuals installing the starter are wearing ALL protective eyewear
and clothing.
•
Ensure the starter is protected from debris, metal shavings and any other foreign
objects.
Mounting Arrangements
Low voltage starters can be factory-mounted with power and control wiring factoryinstalled or they can be free-standing, requiring field mounting remote from the unit and
field-wiring of power and control wiring. Because of dimension restrictions for shipping,
some “factory-mounted” starters for large chillers are shipped separate from the unit.
Mounting supports are on the unit and preassembled cable kits are provided. Mounting
and wiring on site are the customer’s responsibility and can be subcontracted to Daikin
Factory Service if desired.
Medium voltage starters and some size low voltage starters on WSC 100 through 126 are
only available for free-standing applications.
Low voltage starters can be supplied in several different mounting arrangements
depending on the chiller size and starter type. See Table 1 for available arrangements.
•
Factory-Mounted (optional): The starter is mounted on the chiller unit with the back of
the starter against the motor terminal box and wired directly to the motor. This
arrangement is only available on WSC/WDC 063, 079, or 087 units (cover
photograph).
•
Free-standing (standard): Floor-mounted, separate from the chiller unit, and field
wired to the compressor motor. This is available on all units and is the only starter
arrangement available for WDC/WCC 100 and 126 dual compressor units.
•
Brackets and cable (optional): Starters for WSC 100 single compressor units may be
shipped separately from the chiller unit and furnished with mounting brackets and
interconnecting cables for field mounting and connection by others. This option must
be clearly specified when chillers are ordered since brackets are welded onto the
evaporator during its construction.
Table 1, Starter/VFD Mounting Arrangements
Size
WSC/WDC 063
WSC/WDC 079
WSC/WDC 087
WSC 100 - 126
WDC 100 - 126
WCC 100 - 126
FactoryMounted
X
X
X
FreeStanding
X
X
X
X
X
X
Brackets &
Cables
X (100 only)
NOTE: WSC are single compressor chillers, WDC and WCC are dual compressor chillers
Receiving and Setting
Since factory-mounted starters are mounted and wired at the factory, this section will only
apply to free-standing units.
All Daikin free-standing centrifugal starters are shipped FOB factory and all claims
for handling and shipping damage are the responsibility of the consignee.
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Use extreme care when rigging the starter to prevent damage. See the certified dimension
drawings included in the job submittal for the center of gravity of the unit. Consult the local
Daikin sales office for assistance if the drawings are not available.
Fastening rigging hooks to the four lifting eyes located on the top of the unit.
Location and Mounting
Clearance
The starter must be mounted on a level concrete or steel base and must be located to provide
adequate space for servicing. Local codes or the National Electric Code (NEC) can require
more clearance in and around electrical components and must be checked.
Mounting
Provide a floor or structural support adequate to support the full weight of the unit.
Standard NEMA 1 and NEMA 12 starters must be installed indoors in an area that is not
exposed to direct water spray. Do not install in areas where the ambient temperature falls
below 32°F (0°C) or exceeds 104°F (40°C) enclosed, or 122°F (50°C) open unless this was
noted at the time of order placement and special precautions were taken to protect against
these abnormal temperatures.
Heatsink temperatures can run as high as 158°F (70°C) during normal operation. Do not
mount the starter in contact with any material that cannot accept this heat. The starter must be
mounted with the heat sink fins oriented vertically in an area that will not experience
excessive shock or vibration.
Environmental Requirements
Provisions should be provided in the starter enclosure to ensure that the temperature inside
the enclosure never rises above 122°F (50°C) or the starter could be damaged or the life of
the starter could be reduced. Storage temperature limits are -4°F to 155°F (-20°C to 70°C).
Safety Precautions
!
WARNING
An incoming disconnect must be locked open before wiring or servicing the starter, motor, or
other related equipment. Shock hazard exists. Pressing the Stop push-button on the chiller
control panel does not remove AC mains potential. The equipment must only be serviced by
qualified personnel fully familiar with the equipment.
!
WARNING
For safety of maintenance personal as well as others who might be exposed to electrical
hazards associated with maintenance activities, the safety related work practices of NFPA
70, Part II, should always be followed when working on electrical equipment.
The opening of the branch circuit protective device may be an indication that a fault current
has been interrupted. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, current carrying parts and other
components of the starter should be inspected and replaced if damaged.
Power Factor Capacitors, Surge Capacitors and Lightning Arrestors
These devices MUST NOT be used with solid state starters. The SCR’s in the starter will be
damaged by the di/dt levels created.
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Dimensions & Terminal Sizes
Low Voltage, Solid State (RVSS and RVST)
Figure 3, Solid-state Starter with Circuit Breaker/ Disconnect
Models RVSS47 – RVSS82, RVST47 – RVST82
Removable Cable
Entrance Panel
Terminal Strip
Grounding Lug
Line Side Lugs
Access for
factory wiring
to motor
Disconnect Switch
Motor Lugs
Remote Switch
Operator (to Door)
MX3 Controller
SCRs
(3) Current
Transformers
Bypass Contactor
Primary Transformer
Fuses
Motor Control
Relays (MCR)
Secondary
Transformer Fuses
Control
Transformer
NOTES:
1.
2.
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Free-standing Models RVST47 to RSVT 82 have 6-inch high feet not shown in photograph.
Free-standing Models RVST14 to RSVT 41 are similar in appearance but in a shorter
enclosure. They have 18-inch high feet not shown in photograph.
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Figure 4, Solid-state, Free-standing Models RVSS14 to RVSS41
NOTE: For starters equipped with optional power factor correction capacitors and/or fused disconnect
switches, use Drawing RVSS 14 – 82, which is 78 inches high rather than this 66-inch high unit.
38.0 (965.2)
18.1 (458.5)
9.4
(240.5)
CUTOUT: 8" x 16"
THROUGH TOP
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED "VAC")
1.5 (38.1)
16.0 (406.4)
CUTOUT: 4" x 10 15/16"
THROUGH TOP WITH COVER
(CUSTOMER MOTOR LEADS)
Starter
Model No.
Outgoing
Connectio
n Size
RVSS14
(2) #6 - 300
0.5
RVSS17
(2) #6 - 300
0.5
RVSS20
(2) #6 - 300
0.5
RVSS27
(2) #6 - 300
0.5
RVSS34
(2) #6 - 300
0.5
RVSS41
(2) #6 - 300
0.5
NOTES:
1. Outgoing lugs are NEMA 2 hole pattern.
TOP VIEW
38.0 (965.2)
16.0 (406.4)
Incoming
Lug Size to
Standard
Power Block
48.0 (1219.2)
Daikin
58.0 (1473.2)
66.0 (1676.4)
Optional
18.0 (406.4)
L.SIDE VIEW
Starter
Model
Size
Breaker
Size
(Amps)
Incoming
Lug Size
Circuit
Breaker
Incoming
Lug Size
Disconnect
Switch
RVSS14
RVSS17
RVSS20
RVSS27
RVSS34
RVSS41
250
250
300
400
500
600
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
FRONT VIEW
(W/ OPTIONAL MOUNTING LEGS)
NOTES:
1. All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2. The location of factory-mounted starters is shown on the chiller unit dimension drawing.
3. Free-standing Models RSVT have optional 18-inch legs as shown in front view.
4. Power factor correction capacitors cannot be mounted in this size enclosure.
5. Weight of free-standing model is 450 lbs (204 kg).
6. Incoming connections can be made through the removable plate on the top of the enclosure. If drilling is to be
performed, the plate should be removed to avoid drill chips entering the enclosure.
7. For free-standing starters, the outgoing connections can be made through the top of the enclosure or through the
upper-left rear area.
8. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect switch. Use the
MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection devices required by local code.
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Figure 5, Free-Standing, Solid-state Starter Models RVSS14 to RVSS82
NOTE: For RVSS 14 – 41 starters without p.f. correction or fused disconnects, use CD RVSS 14 – 41.
00.0
(00.0)
18.0
(457.2)
38.0
34.0
(863.6) (965.2)
00.0 (00.0)
Notes:
1. All dimensions in inches (mm).
2. Enclosure is NEMA 1.
3. Cable entrance and exit through
8.0 (203.2) x 18.0 (457.2) cutout
on top.
4. Shown with optional mounting
legs.
5. The breaker sizes shown are for
the breaker installed in the
starter and used as a unit
disconnect switch. Use the
MOCP shown in the unit’s
Technical Data Sheet to size any
upstream protection devices
required by local code.
CUTOUT: 8.0 (203.2) x 16.0 (406.4)
THROUGH TOP
4.0 (101.6)
12.0 (304.8)
TOP VIEW
16.0 (406.4)
00.0
(00.0)
7.5
(190.5)
17.4
(441.9)
¼ TURN LATCHES
(SLOT HEAD)
TYP. 3 PLACES
78.0 (1981.2)
ALTERNATE
CABLE
EXIT
PANEL
54.0 (1371.6)
R. SIDE VIEW
6.0 (152.4)
0.00 (00.0)
FRONT VIEW
0.00
(00.0)
38.0
(965.2)
16.0
(406.4)
00.0
(00.0)
Starter
Model
(All) Outgoing
Conn. Size in.
Incoming to
Power Block
Starter
Model
Incoming to
Disconnect Swt.
Incoming to
Circuit Breaker
RVSS14
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
RVSS1
RVSS1
RVSS2
RVSS2
RVSS3
RVSS4
RVSS4
RVSS5
RVSS6
RVSS8
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(3) #1/0-500
(3) #1/O-500
(4) #250-500
(4) #250-500
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #1/0-500
(2) #1/0-500
(4) #250-500
(4) #250-500
RVSS17
RVSS20
RVSS27
RVSS34
RVSS41
RVSS47
RVSS57
RVSS67
RVSS82
(2) #6-350
(4) 1/0 750
(4) 1/0-750
(4) 1/0-750
NOTE: Outgoing connection is NEMA 2-hole pattern
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Figure 6, Free-Standing, Solid-state Starter Models RVSS47 to RVSS82
00.0
(00.0)
18.0
(457.2)
38.0
34.0
(863.6) (965.2)
00.0 (00.0)
Starter
Model No.
CABLE ACCESS:
8.0 (203.2) x 16.0 (406.4)
THROUGH TOP
4.0 (101.6)
12.0 (304.8)
RVSS47
RVSS57
RVSS67
RVSS82
TOP VIEW
16.0 (406.4)
16.7 (425.4)
00.0
(00.0)
7.5
(190.5)
17.4
(441.9)
Incoming Lug
Size, to
Standard Power
Block
(2) #6 - 350
(4) 1/0-750
(4) 1/0-750
(4) 1/0-750
¼ TURN LATCHES
(SLOT HEAD)
TYP. 3 PLACES
78.0 (1981.2)
ALTERNATE
CABLE
EXIT
PANEL
54.0 (1371.6)
Starter
Model
Size
Breaker
Size
(Amps)
RVSS47
RVSS57
RVSS67
RVSS82
800
800
1200
1200
Outgoing
Connection
Size
0.66
0.5
0.66
0.66
Optional
Incoming
Incoming
Lug Size
Lug Size
Circuit
Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
(3) #1/0-500 (2) #1/0-500
(3) #1/O-500 (2) #1/0-500
(4) #250-500 (4) #250-500
(4) #250-500 (4) #250-500
R. SIDE VIEW
6.0 (152.4)
0.00 (00.0)
FRONT VIEW
0.00
(00.0)
38.0
(965.2)
16.0
(406.4)
00.0
(00.0)
18.5
(469.9)
NOTES:
1. All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2. The location of factory-mounted starters is shown on the chiller unit dimension drawing.
3. The optional 6-inch feet are for free-standing starters only.
4. Weight of free-standing models is 600 lbs (272 kg)
5. Incoming connections can be made through the removable plate on the top of the enclosure. If drilling
is to be performed, the plate should be removed to avoid drill chips entering the enclosure.
6. For free-standing starters, the outgoing connections can be made through the top of the enclosure or
through the upper-left rear area.
7. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect
switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection
devices required by local code.
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Figure 7, Free-Standing, Solid-state Starter Models RVSS96 to RVSS4K
(2) REMOVABLE
LIFTING EYES
TOP VIEW
25.3 (642.6)
25.3 (642.6)
24.0 (609.6)
90.0 (2286.0)
72.0 (1828.8)
1.0 (25)
FRONT VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
NOTES:
1. All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2. Cable entry and exit through the enclosure top.
3. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as
a unit disconnect switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data
Sheet to size any upstream protection devices required by local code.
4. Starter weight is 1200 lbs.
Standard
Starter
Model No.
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Breaker
Size
(Amps)
Incoming
Lug Size, to
Power
Block
Optional
Incoming
Lug Size
Disconnect
Switch
Incoming
Lug Size
Circuit
Breaker
Outgoing
Connection
Size
RVSS96
1600
#2 - 600
(5) #300-600
(5) #300-600
0.5
RVSS2K
2000
#2 - 600
(5) #300-600
(5) #300-600
CSO
RVSS4K
2000
#2 - 600
(5) #300-600
(5) #300-600
CSO
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Figure 8, Unit-Mounted, Solid-state Starter Models RVST14 to RVST41
38.0 (965.2)
18.1 (458.5)
9.4
(240.5)
CUTOUT: 8" x 16"
THROUGH TOP
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED "VAC")
1.5 (38.1)
16.0 (406.4)
CUTOUT: 4" x 10 15/16"
THROUGH TOP WITH COVER
(CUSTOMER MOTOR LEADS)
RVST14
RVST17
RVST20
RVST27
RVST34
RVST41
TOP VIEW
38.0 (965.2)
16.0 (406.4)
Incoming to
Standard
Power Block
(2) #6-300
(2) #6-300
(2) #6-300
(2) #6-300
(2) #6-300
(2) #6-300
Starter
Model
NOTES:
1. Outgoing lugs are factory-connected to the motor on unitmounted starters.
Daikin
40.0 (1016.0)
48.0 (1219.2)
48.0 (1219.2)
Optional
L.SIDE VIEW
Starter
Model
Size
Breaker
Size
(Amps)
Incoming
Lug Size
Circuit
Breaker
Incoming
Lug Size
Disconnect
Switch
RVST14
RVST17
RVST20
RVST27
RVST34
RVST41
250
250
300
400
500
600
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
(2) #3/0-500
FRONT VIEW
NOTES:
1. All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2. The location of factory-mounted starters is shown on the chiller unit dimension drawing.
3. Power factor correction capacitors cannot be mounted in this size enclosure.
4. Incoming connections can be made through the removable plate on the top of the enclosure. If drilling
is to be performed, the plate should be removed to avoid drill chips entering the enclosure.
5. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect
switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection
devices required by local code.
6. Ship-loose weight: 450 lbs (204 kg)
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Figure 9, Unit-Mounted, Solid-state Starter Models RVST47 to RVST82
Starter
Model No.
RVST47
RVST57
RVST67
RVST82
Incoming Lug
Size, to Std.
Power Block
(2) #6 - 350
(4) 1/0-750
(4) 1/0-750
(4) 1/0-750
Starter
Model
Size
Breaker
Size
(Amps)
RVST47
RVST57
RVST67
RVST82
800
800
1200
1200
Outgoing
Connection
Size
0.66
0.50
0.66
0.66
Optional
Incoming
Incoming
Lug Size
Lug Size
Circuit
Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
(3) #1-500
(2) #1-500
(3) #1-500
(2) #1-500
(4) #250-500 (4) #250-500
(4) #250-500 (4) #250-500
NOTES:
1.
All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2.
The location of factory-mounted starters is shown on the chiller unit dimension drawing.
3.
Ship-loose weight: 600 lbs (272 kg)
4.
Incoming connections can be made through the removable plate on the top of the enclosure. If
drilling is to be performed, the plate should be removed to avoid drill chips entering the enclosure.
5.
The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect
switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection
devices required by local code
IOMM 1158-1
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Low Voltage, Wye-Delta (D3DW & D3dt)
Figure 10, Models D3WD62 – D3WD65, D3WT62 – D3WT65
Wye-Delta, Closed Transition, Low Voltage Starter
Grounding Lug
TB4 Terminal
Board
Incoming Power
Connection
Opening to Motor
Terminal Box for
Factory-Mounted
and Wired Starters
(6) Motor Leads
Disconnect Switch
(3) Current
Transformers
(CTs)
Disconnect Handle
Primary Control
Power Fuses
Start & Run
Contactors
Control Module with
Digital Readout (Front)
Y-Connection
Starting Contactor
Motor Control Relays
(Behind)
Resistor Contactor for
Closed Transition
Control Transformer
Transition
Resistors
NOTE: Models D3WD11 – D3WD43 and D3WT11 – D3WT43 are similar in appearance, but in a
shorter cabinet.
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IOMM 1158-1
Figure 11, Wye-Delta Starter, Free-Standing Models D3WD11 to D3WD43
NOTE: For starters equipped with optional power factor correction capacitors and/or fused disconnect
switches, use Drawing D3WD11-65, which is 78 inches high rather than this 66-inch high unit.
38.0 (965.2)
CUTOUT: 4" x 10 15/16"
THROUGH TOP WITH COVER
(CUSTOMER MOTOR LEADS)
18.1 (458.5)
CUTOUT: 8" x 16"
THROUGH TOP
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED "VAC")
1.5 (38.1)
16.0 (406.4)
9.4
(240.5)
Starter
Model No.
D3WD11
D3WD12
D3WD14
D3WD15
D3WD25
D3WD31
D3WD34
D3WD43
TOP VIEW
38.0 (965.2)
16.0 (406.4)
Incoming
Lug Size,
Std. Power
Block
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 350
Outgoing
Conn. Hole
Size
0.45”
0.45”
0.45”
0.45”
0.45”
0.45”
0.45”
0.45”
58.0 (1473.2)
66.0 (1676.4)
48.0 (1219.2)
Daikin
18.0 (406.4)
L.SIDE VIEW
Optional
Breaker Incoming Incoming
Starter
Size
Lug Size Lug Size
Size
(Amps) Circuit Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
D3DW11 200
#6-350
#6-350
D3DW12 250
#6-350
#6-350
D3DW14 250
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0D3DW15 300
#6-350
(2)500
#3/0(2) #3/0D3DW25 400
500
(2) #3/0(2)500
#3/0D3DW31 400
500
(2) #3/0(2)500
#3/0D3DW34 500
(2)500
#3/0(2)500
#3/0D3DW43 600
500
500
FRONT VIEW
(W/ OPTIONAL MOUNTING LEGS)
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
IOMM 1158-1
All dimensions are in inches (mm).
Free-standing Models RSVT have optional 18-inch legs as shown in front view.
Power factor correction capacitors cannot be mounted in this size enclosure.
Weight of free-standing model is 450 lbs (204 kg).
The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a
unit disconnect switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to
size any upstream protection devices required by local code.
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Figure 12, Wye-Delta Starter, Free-Standing Models D3WD11 to D3WD65,
NOTE: For D3WD11-43 without p.f. correction or fused disconnects, use drawing D3DW11-43.
00.0
(00.0)
18.0
(457.2)
38.0
34.0
(863.6) (965.2)
00.0 (00.0)
Starter
Model
No.
CABLE ACCESS:
8.0 (203.2) x 16.0 (406.4)
THROUGH TOP
4.0 (101.6)
12.0 (304.8)
D3WD11
D3WD12
D3WD14
D3WD15
D3WD25
D3WD31
D3WD34
D3WD43
D3WT62
D3WT65
TOP VIEW
16.0 (406.4)
16.7 (425.4)
00.0
(00.0)
7.5
(190.5)
17.4
(441.9)
¼ TURN LATCHES
(SLOT HEAD)
TYP. 3 PLACES
78.0 (1981.2)
ALTERNATE
CABLE
EXIT
PANEL
54.0 (1371.6)
Starter
Size
R. SIDE VIEW
6.0 (152.4)
0.00 (00.0)
FRONT VIEW
0.00
(00.0)
38.0
(965.2)
16.0
(406.4)
D3DW11
D3DW12
D3DW14
D3DW15
D3DW25
D3DW31
D3DW34
D3DW43
D3DW62
D3DW65
Incoming
Lug Size,
Std. Power
Block
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 300
(2) #6 - 350
(4) #1/0(4) #1/0750
Outgoing
Connection
Hole Size
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
0.45
Optional
Breaker Incoming Incoming
Size
Lug Size Lug Size
(Amps) Circuit Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
200
#6-350
#6-350
250
#6-350
#6-350
250
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0300
#6-350
(2)500
#3/0(2) #3/0400
(2)500
#3/0(2)500
#3/0400
(2)500
#3/0(2)500
#3/0500
500
500
(2)
#3/0(2)
#3/0600
500
500
800
(2) #1-500 (2) #1-500
1000
(2) #1-500 (2) #1-500
00.0
(00.0)
18.5
(469.9)
NOTES:
1. Optional 6-inch feet can be ordered for free-standing starters.
2. Weight of free-standing unit is 600 lbs (272 kg).
3. Power factor correction capacitors up to 50 KVAR can be mounted internally.
4. Incoming connections can be made through the removable plate on the top of the enclosure. If drilling is
to be performed, the plate should be removed to avoid drill chips entering the enclosure.
5. The outgoing connections can be made through the top of the enclosure or the upper-left rear area.
6. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect switch.
Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection devices
required by local code.
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Figure 13, Wye-Delta Starter, Free-Standing Models D3WD62 to D3WD65
00.0
(00.0)
18.0
(457.2)
38.0
34.0
(863.6) (965.2)
00.0 (00.0)
CABLE ACCESS:
8.0 (203.2) x 16.0 (406.4)
THROUGH TOP
4.0 (101.6)
12.0 (304.8)
TOP VIEW
16.0 (406.4)
16.7 (425.4)
00.0
(00.0)
7.5
(190.5)
17.4
(441.9)
Incoming
Lug Size,
Std. Power
Block
(4) #1/0-750
(4) #1/0-750
Starter
Model
No.
D3WD62
D3WD65
Outgoing
Conn.
Hole Size
0.45”
0.45”
¼ TURN LATCHES
(SLOT HEAD)
TYP. 3 PLACES
78.0 (1981.2)
ALTERNATE
CABLE
EXIT
PANEL
Starter
Size
54.0 (1371.6)
Optional
Breaker Incoming
Incoming
Size
Lug Size
Lug Size
(Amps)
Circuit
Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
D3DW62
800
(2) #1-500
(2) #1-500
D3DW65
1000
(2) #1-500
(2) #1-500
R. SIDE VIEW
6.0 (152.4)
0.00 (00.0)
FRONT VIEW
0.00
(00.0)
38.0
(965.2)
16.0
(406.4)
00.0
(00.0)
18.5
(469.9)
NOTES:
1. Optional 6-inch feet can be ordered for free-standing starters.
2. Weight of free-standing unit is 600 lbs (272 kg).
3. Power factor correction capacitors up to 50 KVAR can be mounted internally.
4. Incoming connections can be made through the removable plate on the top of the
enclosure. If drilling is to be performed, the plate should be removed to avoid drill chips
entering the enclosure.
5. The outgoing connections can be made through the top of the enclosure or through the
upper-left rear area.
6. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit
disconnect switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any
upstream protection devices required by local code.
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Figure 14, Wye-Delta Starter, Free-Standing, Models D3WD86 to D3WD2K
TOP VIEW
72.0 (1828.8)
(2) REMOVABLE
LIFTING EYES
Incoming
Outgoing
Starter Lug Size,
Conn.
Model No. Std. Power
Size
Block
D3WD86 #2 - 600
0.66”
D3WD1K #2 - 600
0.66”
D3WD2K #2 - 600
0.66”
27.1 (687.1)
25.3 (642.6)
24.0 (609.6)
65.9 (1673.9)
90.0 (2286.0)
HANDLE
3-PT
LATCHING
(PADLOCKABLE)
MULTI-DOOR
INTERLOCK
Standard
Breaker Incoming Incoming
Starter
Size
Lug Size Lug Size
Size
(Amps)
Circuit Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
(4) #250(4) #250D3DW86 1200
500
500
(5) #300(5) #300D3DW1K 1600
600
600
(5) #300(5) #300D3DW2K 2000
600
600
FRONT VIEW
6.0 (152)
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
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All dimensions in inches (mm)
Cable entry and exit through the enclosure top.
The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit
disconnect switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any
upstream protection devices required by local code.
IOMM 1158-1
Figure 15, Wye-Delta Starter, Unit Mounted, Models D3WT11 to D3WT43
Starter
Model No.
D3WT11
D3WT12
D3WT14
D3WT15
D3WT25
D3WT31
D3WT34
D3WT43
Incoming Lug
Size,Std.
Power Block
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
(2) #6 - 350
Standard
Breaker Incoming Incoming
Starter
Size
Lug Size Lug Size
Size
(Amps) Circuit Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
D3DT11
200
#6-350
#6-350
D3DT12
250
#6-350
#6-350
D3DT14
250
#6-350
#6-350
(2) #3/0D3DT15
300
#6-350
500
(2) #3/0(2) #3/0D3DT25
400
500
500
(2) #3/0(2) #3/0D3DT31
400
500
500
(2) #3/0(2) #3/0D3DT34
500
500
500
NOTES:
1. All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2. Power factor correction capacitors cannot be mounted in this size enclosure.
3. Incoming power connection is through the 8’ x 16” plate at the right rear corner. Remove plate prior to
drilling any holes.
4. The starter location is shown on the chiller unit dimension drawing.
5. Outgoing lugs are factory-connected to the motor on unit-mounted starters.
6. The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect
switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection devices
required by local code.
IOMM 1158-1
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Figure 16, Wye-Delta Starter, Unit Mounted, Models D3WT62 to D3WT65
Starter
Model No.
D3WT62
D3WT65
Incoming Lug
Size, Standard
Power Block
(4) #1/0-750
(4) #1/0-750
Optional
Breaker Incoming Incoming
Starter
Size
Lug Size Lug Size
Size
(Amps) Circuit Disconnect
Breaker
Switch
D3DT62
800
(2) #1-500 (2) #1-500
D3DT65 1000 (2) #1-500 (2) #1-500
NOTES:
1.
All dimensions are in inches (mm).
2.
Power factor correction capacitors cannot be mounted in this size enclosure.
3.
Incoming power connection is through the 8’ x 16” plate at the right rear corner. Remove plate
prior to drilling any holes.
4.
The starter location is shown on the chiller unit dimension drawing.
5.
Outgoing lugs are factory-connected to the motor on factory-mounted starters.
6.
The breaker sizes shown are for the breaker installed in the starter and used as a unit disconnect
switch. Use the MOCP shown in the unit’s Technical Data Sheet to size any upstream protection
devices required by local code.
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IOMM 1158-1
Medium Voltage, Solid State (MVSS & HVSS)
Figure 17, Solid-state, Free-Standing Only
3.0 (76.2)
24.0
(609.6)
30.0
(762.0)
2
21.0 (533.4)
8.0 (203.2)
VIEW FROM TOP
1
FU3
FU2
R RATED
FUSES
FU1
DISCONNECT
SHIELD
400A
DISCONNECT
92.5
(2349.5)
INLINE
BYPASS
CONTACTOR CONTACTOR
2640:1 CT1,2,3
LANDING PAD
ASSEMBLY
36.0 (914.4)
FRONT INTERIOR VIEW
NOTES:
1
REMOVABLE LIFTING EYEBOLTS, PLUG HOLES IF REMOVED.
2
CABLE ENTRY/EXIT AREA. NO CUTOUT SUPPLIED.
CUSTOMER TO CUT AS REQUIRED.
3.
ENCLOSURE COLOR: ANSI 61 GREY
4.
TIGHTEN BOLTS PER CHART BELOW
STEEL BOLT TORQUE IN FOOT-POUNDS
1/2-13
1/4-20 5/16-18 3/8-16
5/8-11
5
5.
6.
12
20
50
95
STARTER WEIGHT: APPOXIMATELY 1800LBS
Incoming and outgoing connections are NEMA 2-hole pattern, ½-inch, 1 ¾-inch apart, as defined by
NEMA Standard CC!-2 Bus Tabs per phase.
7. Dimensions shown are for standard starters without options that can affect unit
dimensions and weight. Consult the local Daikin sales office for information.
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Figure 18, Solid-state, Free-Standing Only, Medium Voltage,
All Models HVSS
5100V to 7200V
3.0 (76.2) TYP.
30.0
36.0
(914.4) (762.0)
TYP.
2
2.0 (50.8) TYP.
8.0 (203.2) TYP.
VIEW FROM TOP
1
1
7.12KV 400A
DISCONNECT
92.5 (2349.5)
FU3
R RATED
FUSING
FU2
FU1
DISCONNECT
BARRIER
INLINE
CONTACTOR
STACK ASSEMBLY
SHIPPING SUPPORTS
SEE CAUTION! NOTE
LANDING PAD
ASSEMBLY
(T1, T2, T3)
CUSTOMER LOAD
SIDE CONNECTION
BYPASS
CONTACTOR
CT'S 1-3, 2640:1
T1
XFMR
30.0 (762.0)
45.0 (1143.0)
FRONT INTERIOR VIEW
NOTES:
1
REMOVABLE LIFTING EYEBOLTS, PLUG HOLES IF REMOVED.
2
CABLE EXIT AREA. NO CUTOUT SUPPLIED. CUSTOMER TO CUT AS REQUIRED.
3.
ENCLOSURE COLOR: ANSI 61 GREY.
4.
TOTAL WEIGHT IS APPROXIMATELY 2400LBS.
5.
TYPICAL LAYOUT FOR EACH STARTER.
6.
TIGHTEN BOLTS PER CHART AT RIGHT.
STEEL BOLT TORQUE IN FOOT-POUNDS
1/4-20 5/16-18 3/8-16
1/2-13
5/8-11
5
12
20
50
95
7. Dimensions shown are for standard starters without options that can affect unit dimensions and
weight. Consult the local Daikin sales office for information.
8. Incoming and outgoing connections are NEMA 2-hole pattern, ½-inch, 1 ¾-inch apart, as defined by
NEMA Standard CC!-2 Bus Tabs per phase.
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IOMM 1158-1
Medium Voltage, Across-The-Line (MVAT & HVAT)
Figure 19, Across-the-Line, Medium Voltage Free-Standing Only
Models MVAT12-24, MVAT 16-25, MVAT13-26
Model MVAT 36
NOTES:
1. ∆1, Removable lifting eyebolts. Plug holes if
removed
2. ∆2, Cable entry/exit area.
3. ∆3, Alternate cable entry/exit, cut as required.
4. Color is ANSI 61 grey
5. Approximate weight is 1200 lbs.
6. Incoming and outgoing connections are NEMA 2
½-inch, 1 ¾-inch apart, as defined by NEMA St
Bus Tabs per phase.
IOMM 1158-1
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Figure 20 Across-the-Line, Medium Voltage, Free-Standing Only
,
Model HVAT27, 5100V to 7200V
2.00
8.00
3.00
24.00
2
LOW VOLTAGE DOOR
IDENTIFICATION:
1.) RUN PILOT LIGHT (RED)
2.) FAULT PILOT LIGHT (AMBER)
3.) OFF PILOT LIGHT (GREEN)
4.) RUN BUTTON (RED)
5.) STOP BUTTON (GREEN)
VIEW FROM TOP
20.00
1
4.50
1
1.00
SIDE ACCESS AREA
WITH COVER PLATE
TYPICAL BOTH SIDES
8.00
CUSTOMER LINE
SIDE CONNECTIONS
!
WARNING
SWITCH MAY BE
ENERGIZED BY
BACKFEED
ON
DISCONNECT
OFF
3
4
5
"R" RATED FUSES
FU3
1 2
MEDIUM VOLTAGE
BARRIER
DISCONNECT
SHIELD
LOCKOUT
FU2
2300 VAC
FU1
VIEWING
WINDOW
LOW VOLTAGE
SECTION
LOW VOLTAGE
SECTION
92.50
M CONATACTOR
400A
MEDIUM VOLTAGE
SECTION
DANGER
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE INSIDE
2300 VAC
CT1, CT2, CT3
500:5 CTS
CT1, CT2, CT3
500:5 CTS
CUSTOMER LOAD
SIDE LANDING PADS
SEE DETAIL "A”
CUSTOMER LOAD
SIDE LANDING PADS
SEE DETAIL "A”
T1
T3
T2
T1
XFMR
T1
XFMR
30.00
24.00
32.00
FRONT INTERIOR VIEW
3
FRONT VIEW
RIGHT SIDE INTERIOR VIEW
3.50
3.00
NOTES:
.25
REMOVABLE LIFTING EYEBOLTS, PLUG HOLES IF REMOVED.
CABLE ENTRY/EXIT AREA. NO CUTOUT SUPPLIED. CUSTOMER TO CUT AS REQUIRED.
3
MODEL BSR MVAT36 IS 36 INCHES WIDE.
3.00
1.50
1.75
1
2
3.00
.63
4.
ENCLOSURE COLOR: ANSI 61 GREY
5.
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT: 1200 LBS
0.50 THRU, (2 PLACES)
FOR CUSTOMER CONNECTIONS
LANDING PAD DETAIL "A”
MATERIAL: .25" THICK TIN PLATED COPPER
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Field Power Wiring
Power wiring between the starter and the compressor motor terminals must be field supplied
and installed on units with remote-mounted, free-standing starters. See the field wiring
diagram on page 32.
Wiring, fuse and wire size must be in accordance with the National Electric Code
(NEC). Standard NEMA motor starters require modification to meet Daikin
specifications. Refer to Daikin Specification 7359999 Rev 29 which is available on
www.DaikinApplied.com .
Starter terminal size range is found on the specific starter dimension drawing beginning on
page 9.
!
CAUTION
Voltage unbalance not to exceed 2% with a resultant current unbalance of 6 to 10 times the
voltage unbalance per NEMA MG-1, 1998 Standard. This is an important restriction that must
be followed to avoid equipment damage..
Power wiring to compressors must be in proper phase sequence. Motor rotation is set up for
clockwise rotation facing the lead end with phase sequence of 1-2-3. Care must be taken that
the proper phase sequence is carried through the starter to compressor. With the phase
sequence of 1-2-3 and L1 connected to T1 and T6, L2 connected to T2 and T4, and L3
connected to T3 and T5, rotation is proper. See diagram in terminal box cover.
The Daikin start-up technician will check the phase sequence.
Note: Do not make final connections to motor terminals until wiring has been checked and
approved by a Daikin technician.
!
CAUTION
Connections to terminals must be made with copper lugs and copper wire to avoid possible
equipment damage. Under no circumstances should a compressor be brought up to speed
until proper sequence and rotation have been established. Serious damage can result if the
compressor starts in the wrong direction. Such damage is not covered by product warranty
General Wiring Practice
Wire groups
Signal wiring refers to wires connected to the control terminals that are below 15V.
• Shielded wire is required to prevent electrical noise interference from causing
improper operation or nuisance trips.
• Signal wire should be rated for at least 300V.
• Keep signal wire as far away as possible from control and power wiring.
Control wiring is wiring connected to the control terminal strip that carry 24V to 220V.
• Use only UL or CSA recognized wire.
• Use copper wire rated for 60/75°C.
• Power wiring to the motor must have the maximum possible separation from all other
wiring. Do not run control wiring in the same conduit; this separation reduces the
possibility of coupling electrical noise between circuits. Minimum spacing between
metallic conduits containing different wiring groups should be three inches (76 mm).
• Minimum spacing between different wiring groups should be six inches (152 mm).
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• Wire runs outside of an enclosure should be run in metallic conduit or have
shielding/armor with equivalent attenuation.
• Wire groups should cross at 90 degrees whenever power and control wiring cross.
• Different wire groups should be run in separate conduits.
• Adhere to local electrical codes.
• The National Electrical Code and Canadian Electrical Code requires that an approved
circuit disconnecting device be installed in series with the incoming AC supply in a
location readily accessible to personnel installing or servicing this equipment. If a
disconnect switch is not supplied with the starter, one must be installed.
• Supply and motor wiring will usually enter and leave the enclosure from the top. Wire
connections can be determined to best suit specific installations. Wire runs should be
properly braced to handle both starting and fault currents. Size power cable per local
electrical codes. Long lengths of cable to the motor of over 150 feet must be de-rated.
BEFORE APPLYING MAIN POWER
The starter has been fully tested before leaving the factory to help a rapid and problemfree start-up. Before applying power to the starter, consult the start-up checklist below.
1. Inspect starter and remove any foreign matter.
2. Inspect the starter for any shipping damage.
3. Ensure that all electrical connections are as per the system schematics supplied with
the starter and/or connection diagrams.
4. Ensure that all connections are properly tightened.
5. Test L to T resistance of each phase and ensure that it is greater than 50 kohms.
Reverse leads and test again.
6. Check that the gate to cathode resistance of each SCR is between 8 and 50 ohms.
7. Check the resistance of all power and motor leads to ground to ensure that there is no
foreign matter present or damage to the insulation which can short one or more of the
phases to ground.
8. Apply 120 Vac control voltage to the starter.
Medium Voltage, Solid State, Across-the-Line
Incoming and outgoing connections are NEMA 2-hole pattern, ½-inch, 1 ¾-inch apart,
as defined by NEMA Standard CC!-2 Bus Tabs per phase.
Compressor Motor Connections
Power wiring connections at the motor are “spark plug” type terminals with threaded
copper bar, sized per the following table.
Type/Size
Comp. Size
Terminal Size
Low Voltage to 750 A, to 575V
CE 063-126
0.635-11 UNC-2A, 1.88 in. long
Med. Voltage to 275 A, to 4160 V
CE 063-126
0.375-16 UNC-2A, 0.97 in. long
Hi Voltage to 275 A, to 7200 V
CE 063-126
0.375-16 UNC-2A, 1.00 in. long
NOTE: Connections on applications above 750A will have terminal buss bars with 3/8 in. holes.
See details on following page.
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Figure 21, Power Wiring over 750 Amps
”
Used on Wye-Delta starters only
Use 3/8 dia. Cadmium plated steel bolt, nut
and lockwasher. Torque to 20 ft-lbs. Copper
wire and lugs must be used.
Field Control Wiring
Control wiring is required between the starter and the unit for three purposes:
1. Transmit start and stop commands from the unit to the starter.
2. Transmit electrical information concerning motor operation from the starter to the unit
control system.
3. Supply control power from the starter transformer to the unit control panels.
General Practice
Signal wiring refers to wires connected to the control terminals that are low voltage, below
15V.
•
Shielded wire is required to prevent electrical noise interference from
causing improper operation or nuisance trips.
•
Signal wire should be rated for at least 300V.
•
Keep signal wire as far away as possible from control and power wiring.
Control wiring refers to wires connected to the control terminal strip that carry 24V to 220V.
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Use only UL or CSA recognized wire.
•
Use copper wire rated for 60/75°C.
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Control Power Wiring
Control power wiring for starters covered in this manual is shown on Figure 23 on page
32. Low voltage starters may have additional control wiring as shown on Figure 22 if
the optional full metering package is ordered with the unit.
The control circuit on the Daikin centrifugal packaged chiller is designed for 115volts. Control power can be supplied from three different sources:
•
If the unit is supplied with a factory-mounted starter, the control circuit power supply
is factory-wired from a transformer located in the starter.
•
A free-standing starter furnished by Daikin or by the customer to Daikin
specifications, will have a control transformer in it and requires field wiring to
terminals in the compressor terminal box.
•
Power can be supplied from a separate circuit and fused at 20 amps inductive load.
The control circuit disconnect switch must be tagged to prevent current interruption.
Other than for service work, the switch is to remain on at all times in order to
keep oil heaters operative and prevent refrigerant from diluting the oil.
!
DANGER
If a separate control power source is used, the following must be done to avoid severe
personal injury or death from electrical shock. Place a notice on the unit that multiple
power sources are connected to the unit. Place a notice on the main and control
power disconnects that another source of power to the unit exists.
Separate Power Source
Chiller control power usually comes from a control transformer located in the starter and
factory or field wired to the chiller control panel. In the event a separate transformer supplies
control voltage, it must be rated at 3 KVA, with an inrush rating of 12 KVA minimum at 80%
power factor and 95% secondary voltage. For control wire sizing, refer to NEC. Articles 215
and 310. In the absence of complete information to permit calculations, the voltage drop
should be physically measured.
Table 2, Control Power Line Sizing
Maximum Length, ft (m)
Wire Size (AWG)
Maximum Length, ft (m)
Wire Size (AWG)
0 (0) to 50 (15.2)
12
120 (36.6) to 200 (61.0)
50 (15.2) to 75 (22.9)
10
200 (61.0) to 275 (83.8)
75 (22.9) to 120 (36.6)
8
275 (83.8) to 350 (106.7)
Notes:
1. Maximum length is the distance a conductor will traverse between the control power
source and the unit control panel.
2. Panel terminal connectors will accommodate up to number 10 AWG wire. Larger
conductors will require an intermediate junction box.
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4
3
The Unit On/Off switch located in the Unit Control Panel should be turned to the "Off"
position any time compressor operation is not desired.
Low Voltage Starters
Control wiring for low voltage starters is per the wiring diagram on page 32. If the optional
“Full Metering Display” has been ordered, the following section will apply.
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Full Metering Option
Remote mounted wye-delta, solid state, and across-the-line starters require
field wiring to activate the optional ammeter display or full metering
display option on the chiller’s operator interface panel. The wiring is from
the MX3 board in the starter to the compressor controller.
Wiring Connection on Starter for Optional Display
Figure 22, Wiring for Optional Display
NOTES:
•
The serial card location is in the lower-center of the compressor controller located in the chiller
control panel.
•
The “MX3” is located in the starter.
•
The connections are (-) to (-), (+) to (+) and SCOM to GND with s shield connection on the
starter terminal board.
•
Cable is Belden 9841 or equal (120 OHM characteristic impedence)
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Figure 23, Control and Power Field Wiring
See notes on the following page.
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NOTES for Wiring Diagram
1.
2.
Compressor motor starters are either factory mounted and wired, or shipped separate for field mounting and
wiring. If provided by others, starters must comply with Daikin specification 359999 Rev29. All line and
load side power conductors must be copper.
If starters are freestanding, then field wiring between the starter and the control panel is required. Minimum
wire size for 115 Vac is 12 GA for a maximum length of 50 feet. If greater than 50 feet, refer to Daikin
or recommended wire size minimum. Wire size for 24 Vac is 18 GA. All wiring to be installed as NEC
Class 1 wiring system. All 24 Vac wiring must be run in separate conduit from 115 Vac wiring. Main power
wiring between starter and motor terminal is factory-installed when units are supplied with unitmounted starters. Wiring of free-standing starter must be wired in accordance with NEC and connection to
compressor motor terminals must be made with copper wire and copper lugs only. Control wiring on freestanding starters is terminated on a terminal strip in the motor terminal box (not the unit control panel). Wiring
from the unit control panel to the motor terminal is done in the factory.
3.
For optional sensor wiring, see unit control diagram. It is recommended that DC wires be run separately from
115 Vac wiring.
4.
Customer furnished 24 or 120 Vac power for alarm relay coil can be connected between UTB1 terminals 84
power and 51 neutral of the control panel. For normally open contacts, wire between 82 & 81. For normally
closed contacts, wire between 83 & 81. The alarm is operator programmable. The maximum rating of the
alarm relay coil is 25 VA.
Remote on/off control of can be accomplished by installing a set of dry contacts between terminals 70 and 54.
Evaporator and condenser paddle type flow or water pressure differential switches are required and must be
wired as shown. If field supplied pressure differential switches are used then these must be installed across the
vessel and not the pump. Factory-mounted thermal dispersion flow sensors are available as an option.
Customer supplied 115 Vac, 20 amp power for optional evaporator and condenser water pump control power
and tower fans is supplied to unit control terminals (UTBI) 85 power / 86 neutral, PE equipment ground.
Optional customer supplied 115 Vac, 25 VA maximum coil rated chilled water pump relay (EP 1 & 2) can be
wired as shown. This option will cycle the chilled water pump in response to building load.
The condenser water pump must cycle with the unit. A customer supplied 115 Vac 25 VA maximum coil rated
condenser water pump relay (CP1 & 2) is to be wired as shown.
Optional customer supplied 115 Vac, 25 VA maximum coil rated cooling tower fan relays (CL - C4) can be
wired as shown. This option will cycle the cooling tower fans in order to maintain unit head pressure.
Auxiliary 24 Vac rated contacts in the chilled and condenser water pump starters must be wired as shown.
For VFD, Wye-Delta, and solid state starters connected to six (6) terminal motors. The conductors between
the starter and motor carry phase current and selection shall be based on 58 percent of the motor rated load
amperes (RLA). Wiring of free-standing starter must be in accordance with the NEC and connection to the
compressor motor terminals shall be made with copper wire and copper lugs only. Main power wiring between
the starter and motor terminals is factory-installed when chillers are supplied with unit-mounted starters.
Optional Open Choices BAS interfaces. The locations and interconnection requirements for the various
standard protocols are found in their respective installation manuals, obtainable from the local Daikin
sales office and also shipped with each unit:
Modbus IM 743
LonWorks IM 735
BACnet IM 906
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
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The “Full Metering” or “Amps Only Metering” option will require some field wiring when free-standing
starters are used. Wiring will depend on chiller and starter type. Consult the local Daikin sales office for
information on specific selections.
For VFD, Wye-Delta, and solid state starters connected to six (6) terminal motors, the conductors between the
starter and motor carry phase current and their ampacity must be based on 58 percent of the motor rated load
amperes (RLA) times 1.25. Wiring of free-standing starter must be in accordance with the NEC and
connection to the compressor motor terminals shall be made with copper wire and copper lugs only. Main
power wiring between the starter and motor terminals is factory-installed when chillers are supplied with unitmounted starters.
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Starter Operation
General
The startup of Daikin centrifugal chillers, including the starters, is performed by Daikin
authorized and trained technicians. They review the starter connections, phase
sequence, and settings prior to starting the chiller.
Setting a freestanding starter and power and control wiring from it to the chiller is the
responsibility of the owner/contractor. See the installation and power and control wiring
sections of this manual before commencing installation.
In the rare instances where a starter is being replaced after the chiller has been in
service, Daikin service is not automatically involved but can be contracted to supervise the
starter installation.
The chiller controller starts and stops the compressor motor as required and is the only way to
start it.
Starter Controller (MX3)
The MX3 starter control has a 2x16 character, back-lit LCD display/keypad that is mounted on
the starter door, remotely from the MX3 control card inside the starter cabinet.
Figure 24, MX3 Display/Keyboard
Description of the LEDs on the Keypad
The keypad provides three LED indicators (upper right-hand corner) in addition to the 2x16
character display. The LEDs provide starter status information.
LED
STOP
RUN
ALARM
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State
Indication
On
Stopped
Flashing
On
Flashing
Flashing
Faulted
Running and up to speed
Running and not up to speed (ramping, decelerating
Alarm condition. If continues, a fault occurs
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NOTE: By default, the [STOP] key is always active, regardless of selected control source
(Local Source and Remote Source parameters). It may be disabled by using the Keypad Stop
Disable (I/O 26) parameter.
Function of Keys
KEY
start
FUNCTION
The control logic is arranged such that only a command from the chiller’s MicroTech
controller will start the compressor.
This start command has no effect on operation..
Increase the value of a numeric parameter.
Select the next value of an enumerated parameter.
It scrolls forward through a list of parameters within a group (when the last parameter
is displayed, it scrolls to the beginning of the list).
When a list of faults is displayed, it moves from one fault to the next.
When a list of events is displayed, it moves from one event to the next.
When the starter is in the Operate Mode, pressing [UP] allows you to change which
group of meter values is monitored.
Decrease the value of a numeric parameter.
Select the previous value of an enumerated parameter.
It scrolls backward through a list of parameters within a group (when the first
parameter is displayed, it scrolls to the end of the list).
When a list of faults is displayed, it moves from one fault to the previous fault.
When a list of events is displayed, it moves from one event to the previous event.
When the starter is in the Operate Mode, pressing [DOWN] allows you to change
which group of meter values is monitored.
When editing a numeric parameter, the [LEFT] arrow key moves the cursor one digit
to the left. If cursor is already at the most significant digit, it returns to the least
significant digit on the right.
When in Menu mode, the [LEFT] arrow allows groups to be scrolled through in the
opposite direction of the [MENU] Key.
Stores the change of a value.
enter
When in Fault History, [ENTER] key scrolls through information logged when a fault
occurred.
When in Event History, [ENTER] key scrolls through information logged when an
event occurred.
When an alarm condition exists, [ENTER] scrolls through all active alarms.
Repeatedly pressing [MENU] scrolls between the operate screen and the available
parameter groups.
menu
When viewing a parameter, pressing [MENU] jumps to the top of the menu.
The first seven parameters groups are for setpoints and not used by the operator
once set at commissioning. The last two are for fault and event review, see page 37.
The [STOP/RESET] key halts the operation of the starter (Stop Key).
stop
reset
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If a fault has occurred, the [STOP/RESET] key is used to clear the fault (Reset Key).
The [STOP/RESET] key always halts the operation of the starter if the control source
is set to "Keypad". If the Control Source (QST 04/QST 05) is not set to "Keypad", the
[STOP/RESET] key may be disabled using the Keypad Stop Disable (I/O 26)
parameter.
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Alphanumeric Display
The remote LCD keypad and display uses a 32-character alphanumeric LCD display. All
starter functions can be accessed by the keypad. The keypad allows easy access to starter
programming with parameter descriptions on the LCD display.
Power Up Screen
On power up, the software part numbers are displayed for a few seconds. Pressing any key
immediately changes the display to the operate screen.
Operate Screen
The operate screen is the main screen. The operate screen is used to indicate the status of the
starter, if it’s running, what state it’s in, and display the values of Meter 1 and Meter 2, which
are selectable.
The Operate Screen is divided into five sections:
• Sections A and B display status information.
• Sections C and D display the meters selected by the Meter 1 and 2 parameters or by
scrolling.
• Section S displays the source for the start command.
Figure 25, Operate Screen
SECTION A
SECTION S
SECTION C
K
n o l
STOPPED
SECTION B
I a = 0.0A
U a = 0 U
SECTION D
Table 3, Contents, Operate Screen Section A
Display
NoL
Ready
Alarm
Run
Description
L1, L2, L3 not present
Starter ready to run
A fault condition is present. If it continues, a fault occurs
Starter is running
Table 4, Contents, Operate Screen Section B
Display
Stopped
Fault
Heater
Kick
Accel
Kick 2
Accel 2
Run
UTS
Control
Decel
Wye
Slow Spd Fwd
Slow Spd Rev
Braking
PORT
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Description
Starter is stopped and no Faults
Starter tripped on a Fault
Starter is on and heating motor
Starter is applying kick current to the motor
Starter is accelerating the load
Starter is applying kick current to the motor in Ramp 2
Starter is accelerating the load in Ramp 2
Starter is in Run mode and Ramp Time has expired
Starter is Up To Speed
Phase Control or Current Follower mode
Starter is decelerating the load
In Wye-delta control indicates motor is accelerating in Wye mode
Preset slow speed forward
Preset slow speed reverse
DC Injection Braking.
Power Outage Ride Through
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Table 5, Contents, Operate Screen Section S
Display
K
T
S
Description
Keypad Control
Terminal Block Wiring Control
Serial Communication Connection Control
Meter Pages
Any meter value may be viewed by on the meter pages. There are 19 “Meter Pages” that are
easily accessed to view all of the meter information. These meter pages are scrolled through
by pressing the [UP] or [DOWN] down arrows from the operate screen.
Current I2= 0.0A
I1= 0.0 I3= 0.0A
Voltage V2= 0V
V1= 0 V3= 0V
Run Days =xxxx
Run Hours = xx:xx
Analog In =0.1%
Analog Out =0.0%
MWatt Hour = 0
kWatt Hour = 0
Watts = 0
VA = 0
Motor PF = 0.00
VARS = 0
TruTorque = 0
Power = 0%
Overload = 0%
Curr Imbal =0.0%
RS Gnd Cur = 0%
ZS Gnd Cur= 0.0A
LST ST Tim=xx.xs
PK ST Cur= xx.xA
Frequency =0.0H
Phase = noL
Starts =xxxx
Temps Ts= --To= --- Tb= --1= Off 3= Off
2= Off 4= Off
5= Off 7= Off
6= Off 8= Off
9= Off 11= Off
10= Off 12= Off
13= Off 15= Off
14= Off 16= Off
hh:mm:ssA
mm/dd/yy
Fault Log Screen
Information regarding each fault is available through the remote MX3 LCD display.
FL#
Fault ##
NNNNNNNN
•
•
•
FL#: = Fault Log Number. FL1 is the most recent fault and FL9 is the oldest fault.
Fault ## = Fault Code
NNN… = Fault Name, or the condition when the fault occurred.
Press [MENU] until you get to the FL1 parameter.
Pressing the [UP] and [DOWN] keys navigates through older and newer faults in the log.
When you get to your fault on the screen begin pressing the [ENTER] key repeatedly. This
will rotate through the steps below to show the conditions the starter was in when the fault
occurred.
Enter Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Fault Description.
Status when the fault occurred, Run, Stopped, Accel. etc.
The L1 current at the time of the fault.
The L2 current at the time of the fault.
The L3 current at the time of the fault.
L1-2 voltage at the time of the fault.
L2-3 voltage at the time of the fault.
L3-1 voltage at the time of the fault.
kW at the time of the fault.
Frequency at the time of the fault.
Run time since last run time reset.
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Fault Screen
When a Fault occurs, the main screen is replaced with a fault screen. The screen shows the
fault number and the name of the fault. The main status screen is not shown until the fault is
reset.
The STOP LED flashes when a fault occurs,
Fault ##
Fault Name
Resetting Faults
When a fault occurs, the fault number will be displayed on the starter control screen. Go to
Fault Code Troubleshooting Charts beginning on page 42 to ascertain possible remedies and
correct them. To reset from a fault condition, press the [stop/reset] button on the starter
controller. Failure of the unit to restart indicates that the fault has not been properly fixed and
further intervention is required.
Event Recorder
An event is anything that changes the present state of the starter. Examples of events include a
start, a stop, an overload alarm or a fault.
E##: Event ###
Event
The event recorder stores the last 99 events.
Press [MENU] until you get to the E01 parameter.
Pressing [UP] or [DOWN] will scroll through the last 99 events and displays the event or fault
code on top, and the event or fault that changed the starter's state on the bottom.
Pressing [ENTER] gives the starter state condition at the time of event.
Press [ENTER] again to give you the time of the event.
Press [ENTER] again to give you the date that the event occurred.
NOTE: After pressing [ENTER] you can shift through all the different starter states, times and
dates by using the [UP] and [DOWN] arrows.
Lockout Screen
When a lockout is present, one of the following screens will be displayed. The main status
screen is not shown until the lockout is cleared.
The overload lockout displays the overload content and the time until reset if an overload
occurs.
Overload
96%
Lockout
xx.xx
The stack over temperature lockout will be displayed if a stack over temperature is detected.
Stack Overtemp
Lockout
The control power lockout will be displayed if the control power is not within specifications.
Control Power
Lockout
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The disconnect open lockout will be displayed if a digital input is programmed to "disconnect"
and the input is not on.
Disconnect Open
Lockout
The time between starts lockout displays the time until the next start is allowed when PFN 21
is programmed.
Time btw Starts
Lockout XX:XX
The backspin timer lockout displays the time until the next restart when PFN 20 is
programmed.
Backspin Timer
Lockout XX:XX
The starts per hour lockout displays the time until the next start is allowed when PFN 22 is
programmed.
Starts per Hour
Lockout XX:XX
The motor PTC lockout is displayed when the motor thermistor is overheated or defective.
Motor PTC
Lockout
The RTD lockout displays the hottest RTD that tripped the starter.
RTD Lockout
RTD##= XXXC
The communications loss is displayed when the starter loses communication with the remote
RTD modules.
RTD Lockout
RTD##commloss
The open lockout is displayed when the RTD module senses an open RTD.
RTD Lockout
RTD##= Open
The short lockout is displayed when the RTD module senses a shorted RTD.
RTD Lockout
RTD##= Shrt
NOTE: XX:XX is the time remaining until the lockout releases.
Alarm Screen
When an alarm is present, the word “Alarm” is displayed on the operate screen. Pressing the
[ENTER] key displays more information about the alarm.
Alarm ##
Alarm Name
Viewing Data
Starter information is available on the starter-mounted LED as explained beginning on
page 34. If the optional “Full Meter Display” (available only on low voltage starters) is
ordered with the unit, power information will also be available on the chiller’s operator
interface touchscreen, as explained below.
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Figure 26, Optional Starter View Screen
The standard Home screen is shown above. The ability to view the starter’s power
characteristics and to set starter setpoints on the operator interface screen is an optional extra
available at the time of purchase. If the optional “Full Meter Display” is supplied on the
unit, the “POWER” button (or “STARTER” in some software versions) will be visible on the
upper left side of the VIEW screen as shown above. Pressing this button will open the screen
shown in Figure 27 in the blank area to the right of the screen shown above.
Figure 27, Expanded Starter View Screen
The screen shown to the right will be
superimposed on the right side of the
VIEW screen shown in Figure 26 when
the optional “Full Meter Display” is
included with the unit.
If the “Full Meter Display” package is not
ordered, only the Percent Unit RLA amps
will appear on the Home screen. This
Starter/Power screen will remain visible
until another display button; such as
STATE, I/O, etc, is selected.
The option will also provide a starter setpoint screen as
in Figure 28. Without this option, the setpoints are made
on the starter keypad.
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Figure 28, Optional Starter Setpoint Screen
Table 6, Starter Setpoints
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Description
No.
Default
Range
Password
Ground Fault Current
Trip
8
1%
1 to 100% RLA
M
Ground Fault Enable
7
OFF
On or OFF
M
Maximum Current
Unbalance
6
10%
5% to 40%
T
Starter Ramp Time
5
15 sec.
Maximum Starter
Current
4
600%
Initial Starter Current
3
100%
Rated load Amps
2
1A
Full Load Amps
1
1A
0 to 30
seconds
100% to 800%
of FLA (SP1)
50% to 400%
of FLA (SP1)
Factory set at
design
conditions
Factory set to
motor max
current rating
T
T
T
T
T
Comments
Sets the value for ground
current above which the
compressor will be shut down
Turns the ground fault option on
or off
Sets the value for current
unbalance above which the
compressor will be shut down
Sets the time the starter ramps
up the motor current
Sets the maximum current
when the compressor starts
Sets the initial current when the
compressor starts
Value that gives the 100% RLA
value and used for motor
protection
Value used to compute SP3
and SP4
1.
The setpoints shown above are for solid state starters. Other types of starters will have slightly
different setpoints. Units without the starter display option have the setpoints set in the starter itself.
2.
Do not change these setpoints after factory startup.
3.
Do not remove the MX3 control wiring. If accidentally disconnected, contact Daikin service.
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Fault Code Troubleshooting Chart
The following is a list of possible fault messages that can be generated by the MX3 starter control.
Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
Motor did not achieve full speed before the UTS timer (QST 09, P9) expired.
Check motor for jammed or overloaded condition.
UTS Time
F01
Limit
Expired
Verify that the combined kick time (CFN11, P14) and acceleration ramp time (QST 08,
P8) is shorter than the UTS timer setting.
Evaluate acceleration ramp settings. The acceleration ramp settings may be too low to
permit the motor to start and achieve full speed. If so, revise acceleration ramp settings to
provide more motor torque during starting.
Evaluate UTS timer setting and, if acceptable, increase UTS timer setting (QST 09, P9).
The MX3 motor thermal overload protection has tripped.
Check motor for mechanical failure, jammed, or overloaded condition.
Verify the motor thermal overload parameter settings (QST 03, P3 and PFN 12-16, P3538) and motor service factor setting (QST 02, P2).
Motor
Verify that the motor FLA (QST 01, P1), CT ratio (FUN 03, P68), and burden switch
F02
Thermal
settings are correct.
(F OL)
Overload
Trip
If motor OL trip occurs during starting, review acceleration ramp profile settings.
Verify that there is not an input line power quality problem or excessive line distortion
present.
Verify that PF caps, if installed, are ahead of CT’s.
Reset overload when content falls below 15%.
Phase
F10
Rotation
Error, not
ABC
Phase
F11
Rotation
Error, not
CBA
Input phase rotation is not ABC and Input Phase Sensitivity parameter (FUN 04, P67) is
set to ABC only.
Verify correct phase rotation of input power. Correct wiring if necessary.
Verify correct setting of Input Phase Sensitivity parameter (FUN 04, P67).
Input phase rotation is not CBA and Input Phase Sensitivity parameter (FUN 04, P67) is
set to CBA only.
Verify correct phase rotation of input power. Correct wiring if necessary.
Verify correct setting of Input Phase Sensitivity parameter (FUN 04, P67).
Line frequency below 23 Hz was detected.
Verify input line frequency.
F12
Low Line
Frequency
If operating on a generator, check generator speed governor for malfunctions.
Check input supply for open fuses or open connections
Line power quality problem / excessive line distortion.
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Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
Line frequency above 72 Hz was detected.
F13
High Line
Verify input line frequency.
Frequency
If operating on a generator, check generator speed governor for malfunctions.
Line power quality problem / excessive line distortion.
Three-phase power has been detected when the starter is expecting single-phase power.
F14
Input power
Verify that input power is single phase.
not single
Verify that single-phase power is connected to the L1 and L2 inputs. Correct wiring if
phase
necessary.
Verify that the SCR gate wires are properly connected to the MX3 control board.
Single-phase power has been detected when the starter is expecting three-phase power.
Input power
F15
Verify that input power is three phase. Correct wiring if necessary.
not three
phase
Verify that the SCR gate wires are properly connected to the MX3 control board.
On medium voltage systems, verify wiring of the voltage feedback measurement circuit.
Low voltage below the Undervoltage Trip Level parameter setting (PFN 08, P31) was
detected for longer than the Over/Under Voltage Trip delay time (PFN 09, P32).
F21
Low Line L1L2
Verify that the actual input voltage level is correct.
Verify that the Rated Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) is set correctly.
Check input supply for open fuses or open connections.
On medium voltage systems, verify wiring of the voltage measurement circuit.
Low voltage below the Undervoltage Trip Level parameter setting (PFN 08, P31) was
detected for longer than the Over/Under Voltage Trip delay time (PFN 09, P32).
F22
Low Line L2L3
Verify that the actual input voltage level is correct.
Verify that the Rated Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) is set correctly.
Check input supply for open fuses or open connections.
On medium voltage systems, verify wiring of the voltage feedback measurement circuit.
Low voltage below the Undervoltage Trip Level parameter setting (PFN 08, P31) was
detected for longer than the Over/Under Voltage Trip delay time (PFN 09, P32).
F23
Low Line L3L1
Verify that the actual input voltage level is correct.
Verify that the Rated Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) is set correctly.
Check input supply for open fuses or open connections.
On medium voltage systems, verify wiring of the voltage feedback measurement circuit.
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Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
High voltage above the Over voltage Trip Level parameter setting (PFN 07, P30) was
F24
High Line
L1-L2
detected for longer than the Over/Under Voltage Trip delay time (PFN 09, P32).
Verify that the actual input voltage level is correct.
Verify that the Rated Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) is set correctly.
Line power quality problems/ excessive line distortions.
High voltage above the Over voltage Trip Level parameter setting (PFN 07, P30) was
F25
High Line
L2-L3
detected for longer than the Over/Under Voltage Trip delay time (PFN 09, P32).
Verify that the actual input voltage level is correct.
Verify that the Rated Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) is set correctly.
Line power quality problems/ excessive line distortions.
High voltage above the Over voltage Trip Level parameter setting (PFN 07, P30) was
F26
High Line
L3-L1
detected for longer than the Over/Under Voltage Trip delay time (PFN 09, P32).
Verify that the actual input voltage level is correct.
Verify that the Rated Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) is set correctly.
Line power quality problems/ excessive line distortions.
The MX3 control has detected the loss of one or more input or output phases when the
starter was running. Can also be caused by line power dropouts.
Check input supply for open fuses.
F27
Phase Loss
Check power supply wiring for open or intermittent connections.
Check motor wiring for open or intermittent connections.
On medium voltage systems, verify wiring of the voltage feedback measurement circuit.
Check Gate and Cathode connections to MX3 board
No input voltage was detected for longer than the Inline Configuration time delay
parameter setting (I/O 15, P53) when a start command was given to the starter.
If an inline contactor is being used, verify that the setting of the Inline Configuration time
delay parameter (I/O 15, P53) allows enough time for the inline contactor to completely
F28
No Line
close before the No Line fault occurs.
Check input supply for open disconnects, open fuses, open circuit breakers, or
disconnected wiring.
Verify that the SCR gate wires are properly connected to the MX3 control board.
On medium voltage systems, verify wiring of the voltage feedback measurement circuit.
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Fault
Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
During operation, the MX3 controller detected a very high level of current in one or
more phases.
F30
I.O.C.
Check motor wiring for short circuits or ground faults.
(Instantaneous
Check motor for short circuits or ground faults.
Overcurrent
Current)
Check if power factor or surge capacitors are installed on the motor side of the starter.
Verify that the motor FLA (QST 01, P1), CT ratio (FUN 03, P68), and burden switch
settings are correct.
Motor current exceeded the Over Current Trip Level setting (PFN 01, P24) for longer
F31
Overcurrent
than the Over Current Trip Delay Time setting (PFN 02, P25).
Check motor for a jammed or an overload condition.
Motor current dropped under the Under Current Trip Level setting (PFN 03, P26) for
F34
Undercurrent
longer than the Under Current Trip Delay time setting (PFN 04, P27).
Check system for cause of under current condition.
A current imbalance larger than the Current Imbalance Trip Level parameter setting
(PFN 05, P28) was present for longer than ten (10) seconds.
F37
Current
Check motor wiring for cause of imbalance. (Verify dual voltage and 6 lead motors for
Imbalance
correct wiring configuration).
Check for large input voltage imbalances that can result in large current imbalances.
Check motor for internal problems.
Ground current above the Ground Fault Trip level setting (PFN 06, P29) has been
detected for longer than 3 seconds.
Check motor wiring for ground faults.
Check motor for ground faults.
F38
Ground Fault
Megger motor and cabling (disconnect from starter before testing).
Verify that the motor FLA (QST 01, P1), CT ratio (FUN 03, P68), and burden switch
settings are correct.
Verify that the CTs are installed with all the White dots towards the input line.
Motor current went below 10% of FLA while the starter was running.
Verify Motor Connections.
F39
No Current at
Run
Verify the CT wiring to the MX3 control board.
Verify that the motor FLA (QST 01, P1), CT ratio (FUN 03, P68), and burden switch
settings are correct.
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Fault
Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
Check if load is still connected to starter
F39
No Current at
Run (Cont’d)
Check if motor may have been driven by the load (a regeneration condition)
Check Gate and Cathode connections to MX3 for loose connections.
Check for inline contactor or disconnect.
A shorted or open SCR condition has been detected.
Verify that all SCR gate leads wires are properly connected at the SCR devices and the
MX3 control board.
F40
Shorted / Open
Check all SCRs with ohmmeter for shorts.
SCR
Verify that the Input Phase Sensitivity parameter setting (FUN 04, P67) is correct.
Verify that the Starter Type parameter setting (FUN 07, P64) is correct.
Verify the motor wiring. (Verify dual voltage motors for correct wiring configuration).
Motor current was detected while the starter was not running.
Examine starter for shorted SCRs.
F41
Current at Stop
Examine bypass contactor (if present) to verify that it is open when starter is stopped.
Verify that the motor FLA (QST 01, P1), CT ratio (FUN 03, P68), and burden switch
settings are correct.
The MX3 electronic power stack OL protection has detected an overload condition.
Stack
Protection
F47
Fault (stack
thermal
overload)
Check motor for jammed or overloaded condition.
Verify Starter Model Number parameter setting (FUN 13, P70) is correct (if available).
Verify that the CT ratio (FUN 03, P68) and burden switch settings are correct.
Motor load exceeds power stack rating. Consult factory
A digital input has been programmed as a Bypass/2M Contactor Feedback input and an
incorrect bypass feedback has been detected for longer than the Bypass Confirm time
parameter setting (I/O 16, P54).
Verify that the bypass/2M contactor coil and feedback wiring is correct.
F48
Bypass /2M
Verify that the relay output that is connected to the bypass/2M contactor(s) is
Contactor
programmed to the UTS function.
Fault
Verify that the bypass/2M contactor power supply is present.
Verify that the appropriate Digital Input Configuration parameter has been programmed
correctly.
Verify that the bypass contactor(s) are actually not damaged or faulty.
Continued on next page.
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Fault
Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
Low control power (below 90V) has been detected while running, by the MX3 controller.
Verify that the control power input level is correct especially during starting when there may
F50
Control
Power Low
be significant line voltage drop.
Check control power transformer tap setting (if available).
Check control power transformer fuses (if present).
Check wiring between control power source and starter.
Indicates that the MX3 control board self-diagnostics have detected a problem with one or
more of the current sensor inputs.
F51
Current
Verify that the motor FLA (QST 01, P1), CT ratio (FUN 03, P68), and burden switch
Sensor
settings are correct.
Offset Error
Verify that no actual current is flowing through any of the starter’s CTs when the starter is
not running.
Consult factory if fault persists.
F52
Burden
The burden switch settings were changed when starter was running. Only change burden
Switch Error
switches when starter is not running.
DI#1 has been programmed as a fault type digital input and the input indicates a fault
External
F60
condition is present.
Fault on
Verify that the appropriate Digital Input Configuration parameter has been programmed
DI#1 Input
correctly.
Verify wiring and level of input.
DI#2 has been programmed as a fault type digital input and input indicates a fault condition
External
F61
is present.
Fault on
Verify that the appropriate Digital Input Configuration parameter has been programmed
DI#2 Input
correctly.
Verify wiring and level of input.
DI#3 input has been programmed as a fault type digital input and input indicates a fault
External
F62
condition is present.
Fault on
Verify that the appropriate Digital Input Configuration parameter has been programmed
DI#3 input
correctly.
Verify wiring and level of input.
Continued on next page.
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Fault
Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
Based on the Analog Input parameter settings, the analog input level has either
exceeded or dropped below the Analog Input Trip Level setting (I/O 08, P46) for
longer than the Analog Input Trip Delay time (I/O 09, P47).
Measure value of analog input to verify correct reading.
F71
Analog Input
Level Fault Trip.
Verify settings of all Analog Input parameters (I/O 07-11, P45-49).
Verify correct positioning of input jumper JP3 (Voltage or Current) on the MX3 control
card.
Verify correct grounding of analog input connection to prevent noise or ground loops
from affecting input.
Indicates that communication has been lost with a remote device such as a remote
keypad.
(This fault will normally occur if the remote keypad is disconnected while the MX3
control board is powered up. Only connect and disconnect a remote keypad when the
SPI
F81
control power is off.)
Communication
Verify that the remote keypad cable has not been damaged and that its connectors are
Fault
firmly seated at both the keypad and the MX3 Control board.
Verify that the display interface board (when present) is firmly attached to MX3 control
card.
Route keypad cables away from high power and/or high noise areas to reduce possible
electrical noise pickup.
Indicates that the starter has lost serial communications. Fault occurs when the starter
has not received a valid serial communications within the Communication Timeout
parameter (FUN 12, P59) defined time.
F82
Modbus
Timeout Fault
Verify communication parameter settings (FUN 10-12, P59-P61).
Check wiring between the remote network and the MX3 control card.
Examine remote system for cause of communication loss.
Typically occurs when attempting to run a version of control software that is
incompatible with the MX3 control board hardware being used. Verify that the
F94
CPU Error –
software is a correct version for the MX3 control board being used. Consult factory for
SW fault
more details.
Fault can also occur if the MX3 control has detected an internal software problem.
Consult factory.
F95
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CPU Error –
The non-volatile user parameter values have been found to be corrupted. Typically
Parameter
occurs when the MX3 control is re-flashed with new software.
EEPROM
Perform a Factory Parameter reset and then properly set all user parameters before
Checksum Fault
resuming normal operation.
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Fault
Code
Description
Detailed Description of Fault / Possible Solutions
If fault persists after performing a Factory Parameter reset, consult factory.
F96
CPU Error
The MX3 control has detected an internal CPU problem. Consult factory.
CPU Error –
F97
SW Watchdog
The MX3 control has detected an internal software problem. Consult factory.
Fault
F98
F99
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CPU Error
The MX3 control has detected an internal CPU problem. Consult factory.
CPU Error –
The non-volatile program memory has been corrupted.
Program
EPROM
Consult factory. Control software will need to be reloaded in to the MX3 control card
Checksum Fault
before normal operation can resume.
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General Troubleshooting Chart
The following troubleshooting charts can be used to help solve many of the more common
problems that may occur.
Motor does not start, no output to motor
Condition
Display Blank, CPU Heartbeat
LED on MX3 board not blinking.
Fault Displayed.
Start command given but nothing
happens.
Cause
Control voltage absent.
MX3 control board problem.
Fault Occurred.
Start/Stop control input problems.
Solution
Check for proper control voltage input.
Verify fuses and wiring.
Consult factory.
See fault code troubleshooting table for
more details.
Verify that the start/stop wiring and start
input voltage levels are correct.
Control Source parameters ( P4-5)
Verify that the parameters are set
not set correctly.
correctly.
Check input supply for inline contactor,
open disconnects, open fuses, open
circuit breakers, or disconnected wiring.
Verify that the SCR gate wires are
NOL or No Line is displayed and
No line voltage has been detected by
properly connected to the D3 control
a start command is given, it will
the MX3 when a start command is
board.
fault in F28.
given.
On medium voltage systems, verify
wiring of the voltage feedback
measurement circuit.
See fault code troubleshooting table for
more details.
During starting, motor rotates but does not reach full speed
Condition
Fault Displayed.
Cause
Fault Occurred.
Maximum Motor Current setting
( P7) set too low.
Solution
See fault code troubleshooting table for
more details.
Review acceleration ramp settings.
Motor loading too high and/or
current not dropping below 175%
FLA indicating that the motor has
Display shows Accel or Run.
Motor Hums before turning
50
Reduce load on motor during starting.
not come up to speed.
Motor FLA ( P1) or CT ratio ( P1 &
Verify that Motor FLA and CT ratio
P15) parameter set incorrectly.
parameters are set correctly.
Abnormally low line voltage.
Fix cause of low line voltage.
A mechanical or supplemental brake
Verify that any external brakes are
is still engaged.
disengaged.
Initial current to low
Increase initial current
FLA or CT incorrect
Verify FLA or CT’s
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Acceleration not operating as desired
Condition
Motor accelerates too quickly.
Cause
Ramp time ( P8) too short.
Increase ramp time.
Initial current ( P6) set too high.
Decrease Initial current.
Maximum current ( P7) set too high.
Decrease Maximum current.
Kick start current ( P13) too high.
Decrease or turn off Kick current.
Kick start time ( P14) too long.
Decrease Kick time.
Motor RLA ( P1) or CT ratio ( P15)
Verify that Motor FLA and CT ratio
parameter set incorrectly.
parameters are set correctly.
Starter Type parameter ( P64) set
Verify that Starter Type parameter is
incorrectly.
set correctly.
Maximum Motor Current setting
( P7) set too low.
Motor loading too high.
Motor accelerates too slowly
Solution
Review acceleration ramp settings.
Reduce load on motor during
starting.
Motor RLA ( P1) or CT ratio ( P15)
Verify that Motor FLA and CT ratio
parameter set incorrectly.
parameters are set correctly.
Abnormally low line voltage.
Fix cause of low line voltage.
Ramp time to long
Decrease ramp time
Motor stops unexpectedly while running
Condition
Fault Displayed.
Cause
Fault Occurred.
Solution
See fault code troubleshooting table
for more details.
Verify start command input signal is
present or serial communications
Ready Displayed.
Start command lost.
start command is present.
Check any permissives that may be
wired into the run command
(Start/Stop)
Display Blank, Heartbeat LED on
MX3 board not blinking.
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Control voltage absent.
MX3 control board problem.
Check for proper control voltage
input. Verify wiring and fuses.
Consult factory.
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Metering incorrect
Condition
Cause
Solution
Verify correct CT wiring and verify
CTs installed or wired incorrectly.
White dots towards the input line
side.
Power Metering not reading
correctly.
that the CTs are installed with all the
CT ratio parameter (FUN 03, P68)
Verify that the CT ratio parameter is
set incorrectly.
set correctly.
Burden switches set incorrectly.
Verify that the burden switches are
set correctly.
Verify correct CT wiring and verify
PF Meter not reading correctly.
CTs installed or wired incorrectly.
that the CTs are installed with all the
White dots towards the input line
side.
Energy Saver active.
Loose connections.
Turn off Energy Saver if not desired.
Shut off all power and check all
connections.
Verify that the SCRs gate leads are
SCR fault.
connected properly and the SCRs are
Motor Current or Voltage meters
ok.
fluctuating with steady load.
Verify that the load is actually steady
Load actually not steady.
and that there are not mechanical
issues.
Other equipment on same power feed
causing power fluctuations and/or
distortion.
Voltage Metering not reading
correctly.
Current Metering not reading
In medium voltage systems, Rated
Voltage parameter (FUN 05, P66) set
incorrectly.
Fix cause of power fluctuations
and/or distortion.
Verify that Rated Voltage parameter
is set correctly.
CT ratio parameter (FUN 03, P68)
Verify that the CT ratio parameter is
set incorrectly.
set correctly.
Burden switches set incorrectly.
correctly.
Verify that the burden switches are
set correctly.
Verify correct CT wiring and verify
CTs installed or wired incorrectly.
that the CTs are installed with all the
White dots towards the input line
side.
Ground Fault Current Metering not
CT ratio parameter (FUN 03, P68)
Verify that the CT ratio parameter is
set incorrectly.
set correctly.
Burden switches set incorrectly.
reading correctly.
Verify that the burden switches are
set correctly.
Verify correct CT wiring and verify
CTs installed or wired incorrectly.
that the CTs are installed with all the
White dots towards the input line
side.
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Other Situations
Condition
Cause
Solution
If input phasing correct, exchange
Motor Rotates in Wrong Direction
Phasing incorrect
any two output wires.
If input phasing incorrect, exchange
any two input wires.
Erratic Operation
Loose connections
Motor overloaded
Shut off all power and check all
connections.
Reduce motor load.
Allow for adequate motor cooling
Too many starts per hour
between starts. Set Hot/Cold ratio
higher or lengthen cooling time.
Reduce ambient temperature or
High ambient temperature
Motor Overheats
Incorrect motor OL settings
Motor cooling obstructed/damaged
(When Present)
Reduce starting load and/or review
acceleration ramp settings.
Review and correct if necessary
motor OL settings.
Remove cooling air obstructions.
Check motor cooling fan.
Fan power supply lost
Verify fan power supply, check fuses.
Fan wiring problem
Check fan wiring.
Fan failure
Replace fan
Voltage/Current output jumper (JP1)
not set correctly.
Analog Output not functioning
class lower to compensate for
ambient temperature.
Acceleration time too long
Starter cooling fans do not operate
provide for better cooling. Set OL
Set jumper to give correct output.
Wiring problem
Verify output wiring.
Analog Output Function parameter
Verify that the Analog Output
(I/O 12, P50) set incorrectly.
Function parameter is set correctly.
Analog Output Offset and/or Span
Verify that the Analog Output Span
parameters (I/O 13-14, P51-52) set
and Offset parameters are set
incorrectly.
correctly.
properly
Verify that load on analog output
Load on analog output too high.
meets MX3 control analog output
specifications.
Verify correct grounding of analog
Ground loop or noise problems.
output connection to prevent noise or
ground loops from affecting output.
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Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
During Commissioning
•
Torque all power connections during commissioning, including prewired equipment.
•
Check all control wiring for loose connections.
•
If fans are installed, check for proper operation.
One Month After Commissioning
•
Re-torque all power connections, including pre-wired equipment.
•
If fans are installed, check for proper operation.
After First Month of Operation
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•
Re-torque all power connections, including pre-wired equipment
annually.
•
Clean accumulated dust with clean compressed air.
•
Inspect cooling fans, if present, every three months.
•
Clean or replace air vent filters every three months.
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