High Power Motor Management Panorama

High Power Motor Management Panorama
High Power Motor
Management
Panorama
Motor Management offers for electric motor
applications above 100 kW
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General Contents
Introducing Motor Management
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Expert services for motor applications
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Advanced motor control
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Power quality
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Motor protection and control
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Motor asset management
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Motor Management glossary
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Introducing Motor Management
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The challenge of high power motors
in electro-intensive industries
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Motor Management by
Schneider Electric
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Our solution domains
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How to use the offer selection panorama
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The challenge of high
power motors in electrointensive industries
Electric motors represent 90% of electricity consumption in electro-intensive
industries, and are the key driver of your process. That is why they are the
focus of particular attention regarding their protection, control, maintenance,
and impact on the electrical network and parallel loads.
Did you
know?
Electric motors consume…
45%
Where do we find high power motors?
High power motors (>100 kW) can be found in electro-intensive industries, such as Oil and Gas, Water
and Wastewater, Mining, Minerals, and Metals, and in some applications in the Marine segment. Typical
high power motor applications include utilities, transportation operations, and industrial processes.
Why is there particular attention on high power motors?
Electric motors are used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy, which is necessary for
the industrial process. Motor performance is therefore the focus of particular attention in terms of the
following parameters:
• Application characteristics (such as mechanical load torque, motor control, load, or inertia, or the
type of process)
• Starting conditions and their impact on motor operation, lifespan, and the load it drives
• Motor selection and control, which are themselves influenced by grid power quality (e.g. harmonics,
voltage unbalance, etc.) and the operating environment (e.g. seismic area, gaseous or dusty
explosive atmosphere, etc.).
…of electricity produced
worldwide
60%
…of electricity produced
in manufacturing industries
>90%
…of electricity produced
in electro-intensive
industries.
Source: U.S. Department
of Energy Office of
Industrial Technologies
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Schneider Electric helps
you to optimize and simplify
your Motor Management
solution while maintaining
the performance of your
operations and processes
Why is Motor Management critical for electro-intensive industries?
As the industrial process is at stake, high power motors should be rigorously controlled and protected
to help ensure process availability. The higher the motor power, the greater the consequences of a
fault. The lack of an efficient Motor Management strategy could cause significant damage to the motor
and the process.
Through Motor Management, we are in fact helping to:
• Protect the process and ensure its availability and continuity of service
• Decrease the risk of damage to the motor and the process
• Reduce the potential loss of production
• Increase the global level of safety of the application
• Reduce the impact of the motor application on the electrical network and parallel loads
What are your Motor Management requirements?
Assessing the application characteristics, performance levels, operating environment, and investment,
operating, and maintenance costs of your high power motors will allow you to:
• Optimize and simplify Motor Management through an efficient strategy
• Maintain the performance of operations and processes
• Increase motor application reliability and lifespan
• Reduce motor energy consumption
• Achieve a global system approach for motor protection solutions
• Optimize the total cost of ownership
• Increase the efficiency of the electrical system
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Motor Management by
Schneider Electric
At Schneider Electric, we care about the continuity and efficiency of your
industrial processes. That is why we put our expertise at your service, to help
meet the specific needs of your applications through a global approach to
motors and their integration into your electrical system.
Motor Management by
Schneider Electric is
the ability to define an
optimized solution for
energy distribution,
protection, and control of
high power motors
Our Motor Management approach for optimization
At Schneider Electric, we put your goals and requirements at the heart of our Motor Management
approach. We hold the key to ensuring efficient energy management and continuity of your processes,
and optimizing investment and operating costs. Our dual competency in the fields of electrical power
network management and high power motor control means we adopt a global system approach. Every
parameter of your electrical system is taken into account to build the most suitable Motor Management
solution for your specific applications.
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Your Motor
Management needs
Cost optimization
Simplification
Performance
Safety & reliability
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Motor Management solutions
• Optimization of the motor’s added value in
the industrial process
• Smaller footprint
• Reduced maintenance
• Smooth integration within energy and process
control systems
• Less equipment
• Optimized network architecture
• Type-tested, large installed base solutions
• Long-time know-how in integrated solutions for
electrical distribution and process control of significant
MV and LV motor loads
• Coherent motor protection and control schemes with
the rest of the electrical network protection systems
• Safety and reliability at all times, even in harsh
environments or for heavy-duty operating modes
• Expert advice on choice of motor starting method
• Prevention and elimination of power quality issues
• Compliance with electric utility regulations
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Our solution domains
Schneider Electric has identified 5 main Motor Management solution
domains according to the specific functions the offers provide to your
motor application. This offer selection panorama is thus divided into 5
corresponding sections.
After completing our Motor Management approach for optimization process, we can analyze the type
of solution your specific high power motor application needs. Here are our 5 Motor Management
solution domains, which can be identified in every motor feeder electrical diagram. In a more global
overview, the solution domains apply to multiple motors connected to the same busbar, fed by the same
transformer or contributing to the same industrial process.
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1 Sub-domains included in "Expert services for motor
applications":
• Software
• Analyses
• Services
2 Sub-domains included in "Advanced motor control":
• Autotransformer starters
• Soft starters
• Variable speed drives
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4 Sub-domains included in "Motor protection and control":
• Protection relays
• Switchboards and motor starters
5 Sub-domains included in "Motor asset management":
• Portfolio management
• Operation performance
• Asset condition assessment
3 Sub-domains included in "Power quality":
• Power factor correction: capacitor banks
• Harmonic mitigation
• Transformers (indoor and outdoor)
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Expert services for motor
applications
Advanced motor control
Power quality
Motor protection and control
Motor asset management
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Expertise is at the heart of the Motor Management solution.
With dedicated software, relevant analyses, or services
for electrical equipment, Schneider Electric supports
your projects from the design phase through setup and
commissioning to operation and maintenance.
Motor starting or operation control are fundamental for your
process and the definition of the Motor Management solution.
Schneider Electric offers a complete range of advanced motor
controls for fulfilling all your process constraints with regard to
your power system requirements.
Choosing the correct capacitor bank, harmonic mitigation
system, or transformer will ensure correct operation of the
motor in the process with minimum impact on the supplying
power system. 30 to 40% of business downtime is caused by
power quality disturbances; 60% of motor failures are due to
overheating, for which poor power quality is a common cause.
A Motor Management solution not only provides a means
of starting the motor, but also includes a protection unit
comprising switchgear and protection relays.
Schneider Electric offers a wide range of circuit breakers,
fuses, contactors, and protection relays integrated in
enclosures for protecting the motor and ensuring correct
starting, while helping to ensure operator safety by means of
type-tested equipment.
Motor maintenance is key to industrial process availability.
Through condition assessment or by using historian data,
motor and application failures can be avoided in the early
stages. Schneider Electric offers an extensive range of
products to help you in this approach.
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How to use the offer
selection panorama
This offer selection panorama is intended to give you a quick and simple
overview of all the Schneider Electric offers that best fit your motor
management needs.
Easy reading of the different solution
domains
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1 Motor Management solution domain
2 Motor Management solution sub-domain
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3 Offer name and picture
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4 Offer web page flash code
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5 Offer description
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6 Technical information, Motor Management
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functions and benefits of the offer
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7 Application segment pictograms:
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Mining, Minerals, and Metals
Water, Wastewater
Oil & Gas
Marine
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For more information regarding the different technical terms and abbreviations used in the panorama, please refer to the "Motor Management glossary" section.
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Expert services for motor applications
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Software
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Analyses
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Services
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Expert services for motor applications
Analyses
Please contact your
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Customer Care Center
Intuitively select your LV
motor starter solution
Motor starting analyses
Harmonic mitigation
analyses
PM105329
Protection coordination
analysis
PM105248
ECO2.0
PM105247
PM105246
Motor Controller Smart
Selector
PM105249
Software
Please contact your
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Customer Care Center
Please contact your
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Customer Care Center
Energy savings estimation
on HVAC pump & fan
motor applications
Protection of people and
equipment
Modeling and simulation of
all starting methods
Analyses of harmonics
and solution proposal
Pump and fan motor
applications up to 2.4 MW
Any application with
protection relays
• Compressors
• Fans
• Pumps
All applications with VSD
driven LV motors
Allows you to:
• Select the right Altivar
drive for your application
• Obtain enriched
information on selected
solution(s)
• Compare the energy
consumption (with or
without the drive)
• Estimate the potential
energy savings from a
financial and electrical
point of view, as well
as your contribution to
the environment (CO2
emissions)
• Save project data on your
device or send it by email
• Definition of protection
equipment (sensors,
relays) and protection
principles in fault
conditions
• Definition of protection
relay settings
Models the system:
• motors (with mechanical
load, inertia)
• generators (voltage/
power regulators)
• transformers
• starting method
(contactor, soft starter,
VSD, autotransformer,
star-delta)
• Typical in LV networks
with variable speed drives
• Focuses on the power
system taking account of:
- all the drives fed by
the same transformer
- the voltage distortion
during normal operation
of the system
- operation on back-up
generators
- the harmonic voltage
factor for parallel running
motors
• Save time
• Quickly estimate the
payback period (noncontractual results)
• Cumulate estimates for
your installation: up to
10-motor applications
• Export useful data related
to your project
• Estimate potential energy
savings
• Install on PC,
smartphones, and tablets
• Obtain the most
optimized coordination
• Maximize the process
continuity
• Help ensure the safety of
people and equipment
Ensure compliance of the
selected starting solution
with the constraints of
the electrical system and
driven load (voltage sags,
generator stability, thermal
stress, mechanical stress)
• Be aware of the potential
hot spots for harmonic
mitigation
• Ensure compliance with
the required standards
(IEEE 519) or THD
• Have an assessment
of the efficiency of the
different possible harmonic
mitigation solutions
Motor applications
• Hoisting
• Conveying
• Lifting
• Packaging
• Material working
Motor Management functions
• Selection of starting
solution between direct,
reversing, star-delta, soft
starter, VSD
• Short circuit protection
embedded in combination
motor starter (TeSysU),
manual motor starter
(TeSys GV), molded case
circuit breaker (Compact),
or fuses
• Overload protection
embedded in motor starter,
breaker, or separate relay
• Type 1, 2, or total
coordination
Motor Management benefits
• Simple and complete:
no need to use printed
catalogs with coordination
tables
• Fast: dedicated tool
focused on motor starter
vs. full calculation software
for electrical network
• Continuously updated
with the latest Schneider
Electric products
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Expert services for motor applications
Services
Advantage Service Plan &
warranty extension
Maintenance & Training
PM105252
Spare parts/Spare parts
management
PM105253
Commissioning
PM105251
PM105250
Switching overvoltage
analyses
PM105252
Analyses
Please contact your
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Customer Care Center
Analyses of the motor
overvoltage protection
Solution commissioning
All the spare parts you
need by Schneider Electric
Maximize uptime with
preventive maintenance
Technical knowledge
for safe operation and
maintenance
All applications
All applications
All applications
All applications
Our services include:
• pre-commissioning
• parameter setup
• load testing
• commissioning report
• handover
• technical training
• Spare parts available for
the full lifecycle of your
equipment
• Dedicated eMRO spare
parts supply chain
• Acquire and maintain the
inventory levels required
for optimal performance
• Assist you to identify
critical parts and define the
right level of required stock
• Spare parts available
24/7, whether stored at
your premises or in a
central store
• Take complete control of
your maintenance costs
• Anticipate issues and
extend life of system and
components
• Reduce risk of
unscheduled downtime
• Improve reliability and
safety of operations
• Service +: Guaranteed
response time for your
critical operations - 24/7
remote support
• Warranty beyond the
standard period
• Training for the complete
field service chain, from
commissioning through
preventive maintenance
and digitized service to
renewal
• Training provided
on drive products and
systems within the whole
lifecycle
• Maintenance and
commissioning know-how
deployed globally
• Unique programs for
easy deployment
• Setup by certified
technicians, fulfills
warranty
• Start your installation
with an expert: ensure
an unobstructed
commissioning procedure
• Minimize startup time and
secure your time to market
efficiently
• Ensure equipment
performs to design
• Initiate the digital
maintenance booklet and
secure your operations
• Same as original product:
same quality, same
warranty, full compatibility
• Availability and lead time
to meet your needs
• Door-to-door priority
shipment
• Online access to spare
parts database
• Optimized and controlled
maintenance budget
• Guaranteed response
time: immediate availability
(on-site), contractual
delivery time (off-site)
Advantage Service Plan
combines:
• Our preventive
maintenance program
to minimize downtime
• Annual inspection,
worn parts exchanges,
measurement campaign,
report
• Our on-site warranty
extension to secure
your budget
• Exclusive use of
original parts
• Certified Field Service
Engineers
• New drive technologies
reduce the amount of
training required to the
most relevant
• Training developed and
deployed by experienced
Field Service Engineers
• Mobile training equipment
allows training to be
delivered on your site or
anywhere else that is more
suitable for you
• Stay up to date
Motor applications
All applications with DOL
starting HV motor
Motor Management functions
• For medium voltage
motors, switched with
vacuum circuit breakers or
contactors
• Detailed modeling of:
- breaker/contactor
(dielectric strength, current
chopping)
- motor connecting cables
• Recommended solutions
include:
- surge arresters
- surge capacitors
- RC filters
- ZORC (surge arrester
and RC filter)
Motor Management benefits
• Avoid damage to the
motor due to interrupted
motor starting
• Optimize the protection
solutions and their
installation (motor side or
switchgear side)
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Expert services
Services
PM105254
Digitized service
Connect to IoT
Motor applications
All applications
Motor Mgmt functions
• Link to plant information
database or to a cloud
database
• Continuous monitoring
• Have the drive as a
sensor, use the drive as
an intelligent monitor
• Access to health data
• Access to operation data
Motor Mgmt benefits
• Connection to
PlantStruxure
• Transfer maintenance
and health data into a
Maintenance Response
center
• Recognize deviations
in advance to keep the
process operating
• Reduce maintenance
costs and avoid costly
downtime
• Increase operating
efficiency
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Advanced motor control
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Autotransformer starters
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Soft starters
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Variable speed drives
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Advanced motor control
PM105258
Altistart - ATS48
PM105257
Altistart - ATS22
PM105256
Motorpact RVAT
PM105334
Model 6 MCC/iMCC RVAT
Soft starters
Distribution and motor
control switchboard
Autotransformer motor
starter
Soft starters for pumps
and fans
Soft starters for heavy duty
industry & pump
Blokset PMCC/iPMCC
soft starter
PM105259
Autotransformer starters
LV distribution and motor
control center
IEC, NEMA, DNV, BV, LR,
ABS
IEC/EN, UL, CSA, EAC
(GOST), CCC, C-Tick
IEC, UL, CSA, EAC, DNV,
CCC, NOM, SEPRO, TCF
IEC, CCC
2.2…7.2 kV
230…440 V/230…600 V/
208…600 V
230…415 V/208…690 V
400…690 V
100…4,200 kW
4…500 kW
4…900 kW
Up to 250 kW
(315 kW @ 500 V)
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
• Centrifugal pumps
• Compressors
• Conveyors
• Fans
• Piston pumps
• Compressors
• Conveyors
• Fans
• High inertia machines
• Pumps
• Centrifugal compressor
• Centrifugal pump
• Fan
• Gradual motor starting
in steps
• Motor protection through
protection relay
• Direct stop
• LSC2A with line
disconnector
• Start and bypass
contactors
• Monitoring of
temperature rise
• Soft start/soft stop unit
for 3-phase asynchronous
motors
• Protection devices for
monitoring the motor, the
electrical installation, and
the starter itself
• Integrates bypass and
safety functions
• Prevents installation
failure by detecting and
signaling faults such as a
blocked motor, underload,
or incorrect grounding of
one of the 3 phases
• Starting and stopping of
the machine (TCS patent:
Torque Control System)
• Thermal protection,
underload and overload
with adjustable threshold
and times, locked rotor,
rotation direction control
• Control of starter bypass
contactor to prevent heat
dissipation
• Dual motor configuration
• Cascaded starting and
deceleration of a number
of motors
• Integrated ATS48
soft starter
• Centralized and modular
motor control, using
conventional and intelligent
motor control centers
(MCC/iMCC)
• Mixed feeders (power
distribution/motor control)
• Seismic 2.7G
• IAC (including
autotransformer):
50 kA/0.25 s, 31.5 kA/0.5 s
• Available with PFC
• Space savings
• Reduced number of
maintenance points
(<40%)
• Standalone or coupled to
PIX/MCset switchboard
• One tool and all
operations from front
• Reduces operating costs
• Saves time on wiring
• Saves space with a fully
equipped product
• Increases the service life
of your installations
• Reduces mechanical
stresses (jolts and shocks)
on the machines
• Preconfigured, ready for
immediate start-up
• Saves time on wiring
• Extended communication
functions
• Saves space with a fully
equipped product
• IAC 85 kA/0.4 s,
earthquake/seismic 2G
• Integration of capacitor
banks and harmonic
compensation
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture
Main standards and certifications
NEMA, CSA, UL, ABS
Motor voltage range
208…600 V
Motor power range
11…300 kW
Application segments
Motor applications
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
Motor Management functions
• Gradual motor starting
in steps
• Motor protection through
protection relay
• Direct stop
• Circuit breaker or fused
switch disconnects
• Start and bypass
contactors
• Fixed, disconnectable,
and withdrawable
functional units
Motor Management benefits
• IAC 100 kA/0.4 s,
seismic qualified
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture
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Advanced Motor Control
Soft starters
PM105263
Motorpact RVSS
standalone
PM105262
Motorpact RVSS S3
PM105261
Motorpact RVSS
PM105334
Model 6 MCC/iMCC
soft starter
PM105260
Okken PMCC/iPMCC
soft starter
LV power distribution and
motor control center
Distribution and motor
control switchboard
Reduced voltage soft
starter
Reduced voltage
sequential soft starter
Reduced voltage soft
starter
Main standards and certifications
IEC, DNV, RINA, BV, Shell
DEP, EAC (GOST), CCC
NEMA, CSA, UL, ABS
IEC, NEMA, DNV, BV, LR,
ABS
IEC, NEMA, DNV, BV, LR,
ABS
IEC, NEMA, DNV, BV, LR,
ABS
208…575 V
2.2…7.2 kV
2.2…7.2 kV
2.2…7.2 kV
2.5…440 kW
100…4,200 kW
100…4,200 kW
100…4,200 kW
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
• Integrated ATS48
soft starter
• Centralized and modular
motor control, using
conventional and intelligent
motor control centres
(MCC/iMCC)
• Mixed feeders (power
distribution/motor control)
• Fixed functional units
• Soft start/soft stop unit
for 3-phase asynchronous
motors
• Dual ramp setup
• Integrated bypass
contactor for motor running
• Motor protection through
protection relay
• LSC2A with line
disconnector
• 5 x In for 60 s
• Soft start/soft stop unit
for 3-phase asynchronous
motors
• Dual ramp setup
• Multi-motor sequential
(cascaded) starting
• Integrated bypass
contactor for motor running
• Motor protection through
protection relay
• LSC2A with line
disconnector
• 5 x In for 60 s
• Soft start/soft stop unit
for 3-phase asynchronous
motors
• Dual ramp setup
• Integrated bypass
contactor for motor running
• Motor protection through
protection relay
• 5 x In for 60 s
• Coupled to existing circuit
breaker/contactor
• IAC 100 kA/0.4 s, seismic
qualified
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication architecture
• Seismic 2.7G
• IAC: 50 kA/0.25 s,
31.5 kA/0.5 s
• Available with PFC
• Space savings
• Reduced number of
maintenance points (<40%)
• Standalone or coupled to
PIX/MCset switchboard
• One tool and all
operations from the front
• Seismic 2.7G
• IAC: 50 kA/0.25 s,
31.5 kA/0.5 s
• Space savings
• Reduced number of
maintenance points (<40%)
• Standalone or coupled to
PIX/MCset switchboard
• One tool and all
operations from the front
• Seismic 2.7G
• IAC: 50 kA/0.25 s,
31.5 kA/0.5 s
• Available with PFC
• Space savings
• Reduced number of
maintenance points (<40%)
• Standalone
• One tool and all
operations from the front
Motor voltage range
400…690 V
Motor power range
Up to 200 kW
Application segments
Motor applications
• Centrifugal compressor
• Centrigugal pump
• Fan
Motor Management functions
• Integrated ATS48
soft starter
• Centralized and modular
motor control, using
conventional and intelligent
motor control centers
(MCC/iMCC)
• Mixed feeders (power
distribution/motor control)
• Fixed, disconnectable,
and withdrawable
functional units
Motor Management benefits
• Supporting several soft
starters
• IAC 100 kA/0.5 s,
seismic 2.7 & 5G (nuclear)
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication architecture
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Advanced motor control
Variable speed drives
Drive systems - ATV960
PM105267
Drive systems - ATV680
PM105266
Drive systems - ATV660
PM105265
Drive products for pumping
& fan applications
Drives products ATV930/950
PM105264
PM105264
Drives products ATV630/650
Drive products for solid &
mechanics movement
ATV660 compact drive
systems
ATV680 low harmonic
drive systems
ATV960 high performance
drive systems
IEC, NEMA, DNV
EN/IEC, UL
EN/IEC, UL, IEEE 519
EN/IEC, UL
200…240 V, 380…480 V
380…480 V
380…480 V
380…480 V
0.75…315 kW
1…800 kW
90…800 kW
1…800 kW
• Artificial lift
• Conveyors
• Crushing
• Mills
• Special cranes
• Archimedes screws
• Centrifugal and
volumetric pumps
• Compressors
• Fans
• Oil and fuel pumps
• Archimedes screws
• Centrifugal and
volumetric pumps
• Compressors
• Fans
• Oil and fuel pumps
• Artificial lift
• Centrifuges
• Conveyors
• Hoisting
• Mills
• Mixers
• Slurry pumps
• Advanced motor control
for asynchronous,
synchronous, and
special motors
• Full digital Master/Slave:
MultiDrive Link
• Smart integration in
PlantStruxure and Foxboro
Evo process automation
systems
• Intelligent services
features: power
measurement, Web server,
dynamic QR code
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Open loop control
• No braking or 4Q
• Intelligent services
features: power
measurement, Web server,
dynamic QR code
• Multi-pulse solutions
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Open loop control
• Motor braking features
• Intelligent services
features: power
measurement, Web server,
dynamic QR code
• Low harmonic drive
(for THDi <5%)
• Advanced motor control
for asynchronous,
synchronous, and
special motors
• Open and closed loop
control
• Braking functionality
• Intelligent services
features: power
measurement, Web server,
dynamic QR code
• Embedded dual Ethernet
• Multi-pulse solutions
• Excellent motor
performance on any type
of motor
• Total control of any kind
of coupling in master/slave
applications
• Designed for harsh
environments (IEC/
EN60721 3C3-3S3, and
high temperature range)
• Up to 60% energy
savings at standby due
to the innovative "Stop
& Go" operation without
additional costs
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• Ready-to-use
drive systems
• Tested at full load
• Designed for harsh
environments with high
level of conformal coating
of printed boards and high
temperature range
• Up to 60% energy
savings at standby with
"Stop & Go" without
additional costs
• Ready-to-use and
fully customizable
drive systems
• New Low Harmonic
system concept based on
unique 3-level technology
• Improved life-time of
the motor due to reduced
voltage load
• Less heat losses
compared to the classic
AFE architecture
• Up to 60% energy
savings at standby
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• Ready-to-use
drive systems
• Tested at full load
• Designed for harsh
environments with high
level of conformal coating
of printed boards and high
temperature range
• Up to 60% energy
savings at standby with
"Stop & Go" without
additional costs
Main standards and certifications
IEC, NEMA, DNV
Motor voltage range
200…240 V, 380…480 V
Motor power range
0.75…315 kW
Application segments
Motor applications
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
Motor Management functions
• Advanced motor
control law
• Smart services features:
power measurement, Web
server, dynamic QR code
• Advanced features
for single pump and
multipump systems
management
• Advanced features
for power consumption
and pumping system
monitoring
Motor Management benefits
• Longer system lifetime
thanks to pump protection
and monitoring features
• Optimization of pumping
system operating point
• Designed for harsh
environments (IEC/
EN60721 3C3-3S3, and
high temperature range)
• Up to 60% energy
savings at standby due
to the innovative "Stop
& Go" operation without
additional costs
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Advanced motor control
Variable speed drives
ATV980 regenerative drive
systems
ATV990 MultiDrive
systems
Drive systems - ATV71
Plus
PM105270
Drive systems - ATV61
Plus-Marine
PM105271
Drive systems - ATV61
Plus
PM105270
Drive systems - ATV990
PM105269
PM105268
Drive systems - ATV980
ATV61 Plus drives for
variable torque
ATV61 Plus-Marine drives
for variable torque
ATV71 Plus drives for
heavy duty industry
EN/IEC
EN/IEC, UL, ATEX,
IEEE 519
DNV, BV, CCS, LR,
IEEE 519
EN/IEC, UL, ATEX,
IEEE 519
380…480 V
380…690 V
380…690 V
380…690 V
1…1,000 kW
1…2,400 kW
90…2,400 kW
1…2,400 kW
• Industrial cranes for
heavy loads
• Harbor cranes
• Overhead travelling and
gantry cranes
• Tunnel boring machines
• Archimedes screws
• Centrifugal and
volumetric pumps
• Compressors
• Fans
• Oil and fuel pumps
• HVAC applications
• Propulsion
• Seawater and mud
pumps
• Thrusters (azimuth,
tunnel, and jet thrusters)
• Artificial lift
• Centrifuges
• Conveyors
• Crushers, slurry pumps
• Hoisting
• Mills
• Mixers
• MultiDrive with DC or
AC bus
• Motor control for
asynchronous,
synchronous, and
special motors
• Highly efficient power
regeneration
• Open and closed loop
control
• Braking and 4Q
applications
• Embedded dual Ethernet
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Open loop control
• No braking or 4Q
• Low harmonic variant
for THDi <5%
• Multi-pulse solutions
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Open loop control
• No braking or 4Q
• Low harmonic variant for
THDi <5%
• Multi-pulse solutions
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Open and closed loop
control
• Braking and 4Q
applications
• Multi-pulse solutions
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• MultiDrive offer with
common DC or AC bus
• Ready-to-use drive
systems
• Tested at full load
• Pre-set appropriate to
the design
• Energy savings by
highly efficient power
regeneration
• Designed for harsh
environments
• Preconfigured, ready-touse drive systems
• Tested at full load
operating conditions
• Operation in harsh
environments IP55
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• Designed for harsh
environments (watercooled)
• Preconfigured, ready-touse drive systems for onand off-shore applications
• Tested at full load
operating conditions
• Operation in harsh
environments IP55
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• Designed for harsh
environments (watercooled)
• Preconfigured, ready-touse drive systems
• Tested at full load
operating conditions
• Operation in harsh
environments IP55
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• Designed for harsh
environments (watercooled)
Main standards and certifications
EN/IEC, UL, IEEE 519
Motor voltage range
380…480 V
Motor power range
90…800 kW
Application segments
Motor applications
• Artificial lift
• Centrifuges
• Conveyors
• Crushers, slurry pumps
• Hoisting
• Mills
• Mixers
Motor Management functions
• Advanced motor control
for asynchronous,
synchronous, and
special motors
• Highly efficient power
regeneration
• Open and closed
loop control
• Braking and 4Q
applications
• Intelligent services
features: Web servers,
dynamic QR code
• Embedded dual Ethernet
Motor Management benefits
• Ready-to-use and
fully customizable
drive systems
• New low harmonic
system concept based on
unique 3-level technology
• Improved lifetime of the
motor due to reduced
voltage load
• Less heat loss compared
to the classic AFE
architecture
• Up to 60% energy
savings at standby
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Advanced motor control
Variable speed drives
Altivar 1200
PM105272
Model 6 MCC/iMCC VSD
PM105334
Okken PMCC/iPMCC VSD
PM105260
Blokset PMCC/iPMCC
VSD
PM105259
PM105271
Drive systems - ATV71
Plus-Marine
LV motor control center
LV motor control center
Distribution and motor
control switchboard
Medium voltage variable
speed drive
IEC
IEC, DNV, RINA, BV, Shell
DEP, EAC (GOST), CCC
NEMA, CSA, UL, ABS
EN/IEC, IEEE, GOST
Up to 690 V
380…690 V
208…600 V
2.4…11 kV
Up to 110 kW
Up to 400 kW
0.75…370 kW
240…12,000 kW
• Centrifugal pump
• Compressor
• Fan
• Volumetric pump
• Centrifugal pump
• Compressor
• Fan
• Volumetric pump
• Compressor
• Fan
• Pump
• 2Q applications
• Ball mills
• Compressor
• Conveyors: uphill and flat
• Crusher
• Fans
• Pump
• LV distribution and
motor control switchboard
integrating VSD
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Mixed feeders (power
distribution/motor control,
fixed/withdrawable
functional units)
• LV distribution and
motor control switchboard
integrating VSD
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Mixed feeders (power
distribution/motor control,
fixed/withdrawable
functional units)
• LV distribution and
motor control center
integrating VSD
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Mixed feeders (power
distribution/motor control)
• Fixed functional units
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Multi-level topology
featuring a 18-54 pulse
diode rectifier and a lowvoltage IGBT (THDi<3%)
• Large 10’’ touch screen
multi-language HMI
• Soft start function
(including synchronization
and bypass)
• Multi-motor control
• Master-slave and
droop control
• IAC 85 kA/0.4 s,
seismic 2G
• Ethernet IP embedded
• dv/dt harmonic filters
embedded
• Flexible and
simple keypad
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture
• IAC 100 kA/0.5 s,
seismic 2.7G
• Ethernet IP embedded
• dv/dt harmonic filters
embedded
• Flexible and
simple keypad
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture
• IAC 100 kA/0.4 s,
seismic qualified
• Ethernet IP embedded
• I/O harmonic filters
embedded
• Flexible and
simple keypad
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture
• Reduced energy
consumption, lower
maintenance costs
• Complete range of
services, optimized return
on investment
• Open to most networks
and easy to integrate into
any MV or LV architecture
• All-in-one cabinet for
reduced installation costs
and quick commissioning
• Adapted to retrofit
integration for DOLoperated motors
ATV71 Plus-Marine drives
for heavy duty industry
Main standards and certifications
DNV, BV, CCS, LR,
IEEE 519
Motor voltage range
380…690 V
Motor power range
90…2,000 kW
Application segments
Motor applications
• Hoist applications
(winches, cranes)
• HVAC applications
• Propulsion, thrusters
• Seawater and mud pumps
• Top drive, rotary table
Motor Management functions
• Motor control for
asynchronous and
synchronous motors
• Open and closed
loop control
• Braking and 4Q
applications
• Multi-pulse solutions
Motor Management benefits
• Preconfigured, ready-touse drive systems for onand off-shore applications
• Tested at full load
operating conditions
• Operation in harsh
environments IP55
• Fully customizable
drive systems
• Designed for harsh
environments
(water-cooled)
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Power quality
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Power factor correction: capacitor banks
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Harmonic mitigation
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Transformers (indoor and outdoor)
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Power quality
Power factor correction: capacitor banks
PM105282
AccuSine PCS+
(LV active filters)
PM105278
ReactiVar LV AV6000
PM105277
ReactiVar LV AV5000
PM105276
VarSet LV with detuned
reactor
PM105275
VarSet LV
Harm. mitigation
LV capacitor banks
for smart power factor
correction
LV capacitor banks for
polluted networks
Standard automatic power
factor correction banks
Automatic anti-resonant
power factor capacitor
banks
LV active harmonic filters
Main standards and certifications
IEC, CSA, UL
IEC, CSA, UL
NEMA, CSA, UL
NEMA, CSA, UL
IEC, UL, cUL, ABS, C-Tick,
CE
230…690 V (50 Hz)
240…600 V (60 Hz)
240…600 V (60 Hz)
208…600 V (60 Hz)
380…690 V
6…1,150 kvar
50…1,000 kvar
50…1,500 kvar
50…250 kvar @ 480 V
(60…300 A)
DOL, VSD
DOL
DOL, VSD
VSD
• Reduces voltage drop
during motor running
• Fixed (individual motor or
static loads) or automatic
type (frequently started
motors)
• Applicable in systems
with THD <7%
• Avoids harmonic
amplification
• Reduces voltage drop
during motor running
• Fixed (individual motor or
static loads) or automatic
type (frequently started
motors)
• Applicable in systems
with THD <3%
• Reduces voltage drop
during motor running
• Fixed (individual motor or
static loads) or automatic
type (frequently started
motors)
• Applicable in systems
with THD <7%
• Avoids harmonic
amplification
• Reduces voltage drop
during motor start and
running
• Ultra fast response at
<2 cycles
• Corrective capability:
THD(i) <3% and near unity
displacement power factor
• Reduced reactive energy
billing penalties and
operating expenses
• Improved power system
and equipment reliability
• Improved active power
capacity of the installation
• Reduced conductor
cross-section (motor cable)
when installed at motor
terminals
• Specially designed
for networks containing
harmonics
• Reduced reactive energy
billing penalties and saves
up to 10% operating
expenses
• Improved power system
and equipment reliability
• Improved active power
capacity of the installation
• Reduced conductor
cross-section (motor cable)
when installed at motor
terminals
• Reduced reactive energy
billing penalties and
operating expenses
• Improved power system
and equipment reliability
• Improved active power
capacity of the installation
• Reduced conductor
cross-section (motor cable)
when installed at motor
terminals
• Specially designed
for networks containing
harmonics
• Complies with harmonic
standards worldwide
• Can be operated as a
displacement power factor
correction and load balancing
device independent of or in
conjunction with harmonic
mitigation
• Maximizes uptime when
used for harmonic and/or
power factor correction
• Stops voltage sags and
flicker due to load current
fluctuations
Motor voltage range
230…690 V (50 Hz)
240…600 V (60 Hz)
Power range
6…1,150 kvar
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL
Motor Management functions
• Reduces voltage drop
during motor running
• Fixed (individual motor or
static loads) or automatic
type (frequently started
motors)
• Applicable in systems
with THD <3%
Motor Management benefits
• Reduced reactive energy
billing penalties, saves
up to 10% operating
expenses
• Improved power system
and equipment reliability
• Improved active power
capacity of the installation
• Reduced conductor
cross-section (motor cable)
when installed at motor
terminals
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Power quality
Transformers (indoor & outdoor)
LV harmonic filtering and
power factor correction
Ground-mounted
distribution transformer
Cast resin transformers:
Trihal
Minera MP
Minera Ex
PM105287
PM105286
Oil distribution
transformers: Minera
PM105284
PM105278
ReactiVar LV AV7000
PM105285
Harm. mitigation
Cast resin dry-type
transformer (including
12-pulse and step-up)
Medium power transformer
(MPT)
Oil-type transformer for
explosive atmosphere
IEC, ANSI, ABS, BS, AU
IEC, ANSI, ABS, BS, AU,
GOST
IEC, ANSI, ABS, BS, AU
IEC, ANSI, ABS, BS, AU,
DNV, BV, LR
Primary: up to 52 kV
Secondary: up to 36 kV
Primary: up to 40.5 kV
Secondary: up to 36 kV
Primary: up to 170 kV
Secondary: up to 36 kV
Primary: LV up to 36 kV
Secondary: up to 36 kV
Up to 3.15 MVA
Up to 15 MVA
Up to 100 MVA
Up to 60 MVA
DOL, VSD
DOL, VSD
DOL, VSD
DOL, VSD
• For MV/LV distribution
• Ground/Pole-mounted,
• Hermetically sealed or
breathing type
• Normal, low, or very low
level of losses (Ecodesign)
• Cooling type: ONAN,
ONAF, OFAF, OFWF,
ODWF, ODAF
• Off-circuit tap changer
or on-load tap changer
• Electrostatic screen
between primary and
secondary coils
• For HV/MV and MV/LV
distribution
• Both windings are
encapsed in cast resin
• Preimpregnated foil
winding on LV side
• Electrostatic screen
between primary and
secondary coils
• Cooling type: AN, AF, WF
• Thermal protection
system
• H or F class insulation
• On-load tap changer
• Ecodesign
• For HV/MV/LV
transmission and
distribution
• Ground-mounted, oilimmersed transformer
• Hermetically sealed or
breathing type
• Normal, low, or very low
level of losses (Ecodesign)
• Cooling type: ONAN,
ONAF, OFAF, OFWF,
ODWF, ODAF
• Off-circuit tap changer or
on-load tap changer
• For HV/MV/LV
transmission and distribution
• ATEX, IEC Ex certification
for Explosive Areas (Zone 1
or Zone 2)
• Ground-mounted
• Hermetically sealed or
breathing type
• Normal/low/very low level
of losses
• Cooling type: ONAN,
ONAF, OFAF, OFWF,
ODWF, ODAF
• Off-circuit tap changer or
on-load tap changer
• Specific electrical
design to match customer
requirements
• Minimum maintenance
(oil analysis every 5 years)
• Low noise level
• Reduced risk of fault
between windings
• Can be designed
according to the harmonics
present on the primary and
secondary sides
• Exact dimensioning
• Anti-vibration design
• Protected against fire
hazards
• Easy installation and
minimum maintenance
• Low noise level
• Reduced risk of fault
between windings
• Can be designed
according to the harmonics
present on the primary and
secondary sides
• Indoor and outdoor
application
• Secured on-site process
and operations
• Specific electrical
design to match customer
requirements
• Low noise level
• Electrostatic screen
between primary and
secondary coils
• Secured on-site process
and operations
• Specific electrical
design to match customer
requirements
• High reliability on critical
application
• Higher fire and flash
points with Ester oils
• Environmentally friendly
with biodegradable oil
option
Main standards and certifications
NEMA
Motor voltage range
208…600 V (60 Hz)
Power range
50…1,500 kvar
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL, VSD
Motor Management functions
• Filtering of 5th harmonic
• Indoor installation
• Automatic compensation
Motor Management benefits
Increased effectiveness
of harmonic energy
absorption due to close
tuning to the 5th harmonic
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Transformers (indoor & outdoor)
BC Imprego
PM105289
PM105288
Minera R
Oil-type transformer for
rectifier applications
Ne
offe w
r!
Vacuum pressure
impregnated transformer
Main standards and certifications
IEC, ANSI, ABS, BS, AU
IEC, ROHS, REACH, DNV,
LLOYD’S, VERITAS, etc.
Motor voltage range
Primary: up to 170 kV
Secondary: up to 36 kV
Up to 12 kV
Power range
Up to 80 MVA
Up to 5 MVA
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL, VSD
VSD
Motor Management functions
• For high current and
harmonic levels
• Suitable for connection to
main types of converters
(6-pulse or 12-pulse)
with diode or thyristors
technology
• One or more output
windings connected to the
rectifier
• Very large regulating
voltage range, from zero
volts up to several hundred
volts
• Off-circuit tap changer or
on-load tap changer
• Coupling option: Dd0Y11,
Zig Zag, extended delta,
Yd5y6, angle shifting
(±15°)
• Ambient temperature
range: up to 60 °C
• Dry-type transformers
• Optional: one or more
output windings connected
to the rectifier
Motor Management benefits
• Secured on-site process
and operations
• Specific electrical
design to match customer
requirements
• Low noise level
• Electrostatic screen
between primary and
secondary coils
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• Simple and reliable
solution for harmonic
reduction
• Avoids need for additional
switchgear for connection
to busbar
• Eliminates need for
passive or active harmonic
filter for large drives
• Galvanic insulation
between network and drive
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Switchboards and motor starters
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Motor protection and control (for asynchronous machines)
Protection relays
MiCOM P211
MiCOM P22x
Intelligent motor controller
and protection relays
Motor and overcurrent
protection relays
IEC, UL, CSA, EAC
(GOST), ANSI
IEC, UL, CSA, IACS, EAC
(GOST), ANSI
IEC, UL, CSA, ANSI
IEC, UL, CSA, ANSI
Medium voltage
Medium voltage
Medium voltage
Medium voltage
200…750 kW
> 500 kW
200…750 kW
200…750 kW
DOL, soft start, reverse
speed, autotransformer
DOL, soft start, reverse
speed, autotransformer
DOL
DOL, VSD (CT only,
40-70 Hz)
• Phase-to-ground and
interturn fault protection
• Underload and overload
protection
• Operating time
• Breaker failure
• Directional ground fault
protection (Series 40)
• Directional active and
reactive power (Series 40)
• Under/overvoltage
(Series 40)
• Optimization of thermal
image
• Temperature monitoring
• Tripping context
• Phase-to-ground and
interturn fault protection
• Underload and overload
protection
• Operating time
• Breaker failure
• Directional ground fault
protection
• Directional active and
reactive power
• Under/overvoltage
• Optimized thermal image,
temperature monitoring
• Field loss
• Machine differential
protection, Series 80
• Tripping context
• Appropriate for use in
MV and LV applications
• Easily adaptable and
equipped with Modbus RTU
protocol
• Modbus RTU protocol
allows interfacing with
substation control and
SCADA systems
• The relay is housed in
a small case for rail or
flush mounting
• Protection for motor
current, voltage, and
temperature
• Under/over-frequency
• Voltage indicator system
• Trip circuit supervision
• Circuit breaker failure
• Anti-backspin protection
for high inertia loads
• True RMS-based thermal
image allowing efficient
overload protection
accounting for harmonics
• User-friendly
• Modularity, redundancy
and connection to
accessories
• Communication via
IEC 61850 (MMS) and
Modbus TCP/IP protocols
simultaneously on
Series 40
• All electrical protocols
(Modbus, DNP3.0 and
IEC870-5-103)
• Adaptability to specific
applications through logic
equations editor
• Redundancy and
GOOSE messaging via
IEC 61850 and Modbus
TCP/IP simultaneously
• Adaptability to specific
applications through
logic equations editor or
Logipam (ladder) Series 80
• Visualize the motor start
report and motor trend
record on the display and
in COMTRADE format
• Programmable curve
for ANSI 50/51 and ANSI
50N/51N
• SIL 2 certification
Cost-effective, flexible
solution featuring a wide
range of functions
• Reliable time-saving and
cost-effective range of
relays for increasing motor
efficiency
• Comprehensive functions
for a wide range of
applications
• More efficient protection
and running of the motor
Protection relays for
demanding applications
PM105295
Protection relays for
complex applications
PM105292
PM105291
Intelligent Motor
Management system
Easergy Sepam 60 & 80
PM105294
Sepam Series 20 & 40
PM105293
TeSys T
Main standards and certifications
IEC/EN, UL, CSA, DNV,
ATEX
Motor voltage range
Low voltage
Motor power range
4…560 kW
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL, star-delta, reverse
speed, etc…
Motor Management functions
• Connectivity via multiple
industrial protocols:
EtherNet/IP, Modbus/TCP,
Modbus RTU, Profibus-DP,
CANopen, DeviceNet
• Custom logic
• Measurements: current,
voltage, active, and
reactive power
• Protections: current/
voltage: over/under,
thermal protection, etc.
• Current/voltage phase
and balance, load
shedding, auto restart
• Motor temperature
sensors: PTC, NTC, etc.
Motor Management benefits
• Advanced motor
protection from basic
to mission-critical
applications
• Notice of potential issues
through intuitive pre-fault
alarms
• Maximum flexibility with
expandable I/O module
• Adaptable to any process
control system through
custom programmable
logic
• FDR: Fast Device
Replacement service
with screen to allow easy
maintenance
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Motor protection and control (for asynchronous machines)
Switchboards and motor starters
Contactors for motor
control
Blokset PMCC/iPMCC
Blokset MB PMCC/iPMCC
PM105302
Rotating machine and
motor protection relays
TeSys B
PM105301
PM105299
TeSys F
PM105296
Easergy MICOM P24x
PM105300
Protection relays
Bar contactors for motor
control
LV power distribution and
motor control
LV power distribution and
motor control
IEC, CCC, CB, UL,CSA,
DNV
IEC, CSA, EAC (GOST)
IEC
IEC, DNV, GL, RINA, BV,
CCS, ABS
220…1,000 V
220…1,000 V
380…690 V
440 or 690 V
< 670 kW @ 440 V
< 450 kW @ 1,000 V
< 900 kW @ 690 V
< 750 kW @ 1,000 V
≤ 250 kW
≤ 250 kW
DOL, star-delta, reverse
speed, etc.
DOL, autotransf.,
star-delta, slip-ring motors
DOL, VSD (standalone)
DOL, star-delta, reverse
speed
• Integrated in iMCC (with
LR9 electronic relay, GV7
motor circuit breaker)
• Can be coordinated with
fuse and Masterpact NW
circuit breaker
• Mechanical interlocking
with horizontal or vertical
mounting kits
• Magnetic latching for long
switching times
• Control coils can operate
in DC mode or from 40 to
400 Hz AC mode
• Shock-proof contactor
(TeSys FG)
• Withdrawable type coils
• Control for AC and DC
motors (< 2,500 A @
1,500 VDC)
• Application in severe
switching conditions (AC-4,
DC-5, etc. categories)
• Numerous adaptation
possibilities: number and
type of poles, number and
type of auxiliary contacts,
control circuit voltages,
mounting bar length and
fixing points
• Mechanical interlocking
• LV distribution and motor
control switchboard
• Fixed and withdrawable
distribution and motor
feeders
• LV distribution and motor
control switchboard
• Fixed and withdrawable
distribution and motor
feeders
• Easy maintenance
(withdrawable control coils)
• Electrical coordination
provided by different
protection devices (relay,
fuse, circuit breaker)
• Similar frame sizes
optimize panel size and
reduce assembly time
• Long mechanical
and electrical life and
consistent low-voltage
architecture ensure low
OPEX and safer, more
reliable operation
• Designed for high
performance applications:
high operating rate,
high electrical durability,
reduced clearance
distance, high performance
in DC
• Flexible and adaptable
• Proven service life
40+ years
• Reduced maintenance
• IAC 85 kA/0.4 s,
earthquake/seismic 2G
• Up to 34 DOL functional
units in a single column
• Ethernet IP embedded
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture (32 units)
• Fast device replacement
(FDR)
• Internal arc 65 kA/0.3 s
@ 690 V
• Up to 8 DOL functional
units in the fixed type
column
• Up to 32 DOL functional
units in the withdrawable
type cubicle
• Fast device replacement
(FDR)
Main standards and certifications
IEC, UL, CSA, ANSI
Motor voltage range
Medium voltage
Motor power range
> 500 kW
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL, VSD (CT only,
40-70 Hz)
Motor Management functions
• Applicable for both
induction and synchronous
machines
• Includes differential
protection function (87)
and optimization of thermal
image monitoring for
machines
Motor Management benefits
These relays not only
improve monitoring
conditions, but they
also facilitate machine
maintenance and save
on wiring costs
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Switchboards and motor starters
LV power distribution and
motor control
Distribution and motor
control switchboard
PIX-High
PM105305
PIX-Standard
PM105304
MCset
PM105303
Model 6 MCC/iMCC
PM105334
PM105260
Okken PMCC/iPMCC
MV primary distribution
switchboard
MV primary distribution
switchboard
MV primary distribution
switchboard
NEMA, CSA, UL, ABS
IEC, Marine
IEC, EAC (GOST), Marine
(BV)
IEC
208…600 V
2.2…12 kV
2.2…12 kV
2.2…12 kV
0.25…300 kW
Circuit breaker: up to 10,000 kW
Contactor: up to 2,300 kW
100…10,000 kW
100…10,000 kW
DOL, star-delta (non-UL),
reverse speed, etc.
DOL
DOL
DOL
• LV distribution and motor
control center
• Fixed and withdrawable
distribution and motor
feeders
• Used for MV primary
distribution or as motor
starter
• Withdrawable circuit
breaker or contactor
• LSC2B-PM
• LF circuit breaker (SF6)
• Evolis circuit breaker
(vacuum)
• CTV1 contactor
(7.2 kV vacuum)
• Rollarc R400 contactor
(12 kV SF6)
• Coupled to Motorpact
• Used for MV primary
distribution or as motor
starter
• Withdrawable circuit
breaker
• LSC2B-PM
• HVX circuit breaker
(vacuum)
• Coupled to PIX-MCC
• MV primary distribution
substation for electrointensive applications,
or motor starter
• HVX circuit breaker
(12 kV vacuum)
• Coupled to PIX-MCC
• IAC 100 kA/0.4 s,
earthquake/seismic
qualified
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture
• Ethernet IP embedded
• Fast device replacement
(FDR)
• High level protection of
people: each compartment
is isolated from the
others by grounded
metal partitions, safety
interlocking
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the fault
zone
• Provided with VAMP
arc detection
• Safety function: simple
use, safety interlock to
prevent unauthorized
operation
• Safe and reliable with a
full 1 second Internal Arc
Classification - AFLR
• Comprehensive
interlocking, with all
operations from the front
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the
fault zone
• Provided with VAMP
arc detection
• Motorized withdrawal
of the circuit breaker
• Safe and reliable with a
full 1 second Internal Arc
Classification - AFLR
• Comprehensive
interlocking, with all
operations from the front
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the
fault zone
• Provided with VAMP
arc detection
• Can be fully installed
from the front of the
cubicle
Main standards and certifications
IEC, DNV, RINA, BV, Shell
DEP, EAC (GOST), CCC
Motor voltage range
380…690 V
Motor power range
≤ 250 kW
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL, VSD (standalone)
Motor Management functions
• LV distribution and motor
control switchboard
• Fixed and withdrawable
distribution and motor
feeders
Motor Management benefits
• IAC 100 kA/0.5 s,
earthquake/seismic 2.7G
• Up to 36 DOL functional
units in a single column
• Ethernet IP embedded
• TVDA on the
recommended
communication
architecture (32 units)
• Fast device replacement
(FDR)
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Switchboards and motor starters
MV motor control center
MV motor control center
Motorpact FVNR − 720 A
Motorpact PFC
PM105310
PM105309
Motorpact FVNR − 450 A
PM105308
PIX-MCC 7.2 kV
PM105307
PM105304
PIX-12 kV with CVX
Full voltage motor starter
Full voltage motor starter
Full voltage motor starter
with integrated power
factor correction
IEC, BV
IEC, NEMA, UL, DNV
NEMA, UL
IEC, NEMA, UL, DNV
2.2…7.2 kV
2.2…7.2 kV
2.2…7.2 kV
2.2…7.2 kV
100…4,200 kW
100…4,200 kW
100…6,800 kW
100…4,200 kW
DOL
DOL, star-delta, reverse
speed, 2-speed
DOL
DOL, star-delta, reverse
speed, 2-speed
• Compact single-tier fused
vacuum contactor (CVX)
• Designed to meet O&G
client specifications i.e.
Shell DEP
• Suitable for motor, feeder,
and capacitor switching
• LSC2B-PM
compartmented
• Standalone or coupled to
PIX/MCset switchboard
• Controls and fully
protects the motor through
protection relay
• All operations from
the front
• LSC2A with line
disconnector
• DOL motor starter
• Standalone or coupled to
PIX/MCset switchboard
• Controls and fully
protects the motor through
protection relay
• All operations from the
front
• LSC2A with line
disconnector
• Standalone or coupled to
PIX/MCset switchboard
• Controls and fully
protects the motor through
protection relay
• Integrates capacitor bank
up to 400 kvar
• All operations from the
front
• LSC2A with line
disconnector
• IAC-compliant operator
safety
• Directly coupled with
PIX switchboard
• IAC-compliant operator
safety
• Space savings (375 mm
wide in DOL version)
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the fault
zone (MDT relay)
• Simple use,
comprehensive
interlocking, with all
operations from the front
• IAC-compliant operator
safety
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the fault
zone (MDT relay)
• IAC-compliant operator
safety
• Space savings (375 mm
wide in DOL version)
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the fault
zone (MDT relay)
• Simple use,
comprehensive
interlocking, with all
operations from the front
• Local cost-effective
reactive power
compensation
Main standards and certifications
IEC, EAC (GOST), Marine
(BV)
Motor voltage range
6.9…12 kV
Motor power range
100…2,300 kW
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL
Motor Management functions
• MV motor starter
• Withdrawable contactor
• LSC2B-PM
• CVX contactor
(12 kV vacuum)
• Coupled to PIX-HVX
Motor Management benefits
• Safe and reliable with a
full 1 second Internal Arc
Classification - AFLR
• Comprehensive
interlocking, with all
operations from the front
• Reduced maintenance
and probability of failure:
monitoring of temperature
rise, indication of the fault
zone
• Provided with VAMP arc
detection
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Switchboards and motor starters
SM6 CVM
PM105311
PM105311
SM6 SF1
Modular switchgear
with circuit breaker
Modular switchgear
with contactor
Main standards and certifications
IEC, EAC (GOST), Marine
(BV)
IEC
Motor voltage range
2.2…12 kV
2.2…12 kV
Motor power range
Up to 10,000 kW
100…2,300 kW
Application segments
Motor control type
DOL
DOL
Motor Management functions
• MV secondary
distribution substation
• Fixed, disconnectable,
or withdrawable metalenclosed switchgear, using
sulphur hexafluoride (SF6)
or vacuum technology:
- switch-disconnector
- circuit breakers: SF1,
SFset, Evolis
- disconnector
• Compartmentalization
of MV parts (insulated
partitions)
• MV secondary
distribution substation
• Fixed metal-enclosed
switchgear, using vacuum
technology contactor
• Switch-disconnector
function
• Motor starter contactor:
CVM
• Compartmentalization
of MV parts (insulated
partitions)
Motor Management benefits
• Compact
• Standardized engineering
• Easy installation and
maintenance
• Easy and safe to operate
• Easy extension
• Maintenance with power
on (LSC2A), very simple
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• Standardized engineering
• Easy installation and
maintenance
• Easy and safe to operate
• Easy extension
• Maintenance with power
on (LSC2A), very simple
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Motor asset management
Operation performance
Remote monitoring and
control (telemetry)
Foxboro EVO
PACiS EMCS
PM105331
Maintenance response
center
PlantStruxure PES
PM105316
PM105314
PlantStruxure SCADA
PM105321
Maintenance Response
Center
PM105315
Portfolio mgmt
Distributed control
system (DCS) for hybrid
applications
Process automation
system for medium to large
scale process applications
Energy management &
control system
IEC, CSA, UL, ATEX
IEC/EN, CE, CSA, EAC,
GL
IEC/EN, CE, CSA, UL, FM
IEC/EN, CE, CSA, UL
• Manages your remote
operations and assets
• Integrates a
comprehensive range
of smart RTUs (Remote
Telemetry Unit)
• Integrates Wonderware
System Platform with
PlantStruxure HMI
• For remote and
geographically dispersed
assets
• Based on PLC/HMI with
DCS functionality
• Targeted for light
processing industries
• Combines energy and
process data in a single
operational interface
• Ethernet-based
architectures
• Single environment for
engineering, operation,
and maintenance
• Heavy processing
industries
• Fault-tolerant
• Highly available
components; no single
point of failure
• Specific HMI for
optimized operation
• Optimizes maintenance
with real-time,
contextualized alerts
and analytics
• Operation and
maintenance of high,
medium, and low voltage
electrical distribution
installations
• Fault-tolerant
• Distributed automation
• Power management
• Load management
• Tightly manage the cost
of ownership
• Secure and reliable
SCADA system across a
wide area network
• Operational efficiency
from field to enterprise
• Complete integrated
sensor-to-enterprise
solution
• Minimized risk by
improved safety and
regulatory compliance
• Simplified engineering,
operation, and
maintenance activities
• Faster and better
decision making
• Reduced energy
consumption and
increased process
efficiency
• Reduce engineering
workload
• Operate with improved
response and productivity
• Maintain plant-wide
assets proactively
• Manage to increase plant
profitability and lowest cost
of ownership
• Maximize uptime
• Increase people and
asset safety
• Savings on CapEx
and OpEx
Main standards and certifications
N/A
Application segments
Motor Management functions
• Condition monitoring
• Unified workspace to
report health of all asset
categories
• Clear and understandable
asset alerts, with action
recommendations
• Mobility and workflkow
capability
Motor Management benefits
• Maximize operational
uptime
• Minimize operation and
maintenance costs
• Maximize workforce
productivity and safety
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Motor asset management
Asset condition assessment
Sepam 40,
Easergy Sepam 60 & 80
MiCOM 10, 20,
Easergy MiCOM 40
MCM - Avantis motor
condition monitor
PM105320
PM105296
TeSys T
PM105328
PM105323
Avantis PRiSM
PM105293
Op. performance
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Predictive analytics
Motor management system
Protection relays for
industrial applications
(motor protection)
Comprehensive protection
relays
Asset management device for
medium criticality machines
or remote machines
IEC/EN, UL, CSA, DNV,
ATEX
IEC, UL, IEEE
IEC, UL, IEEE
IEC
• TeSys T is an intelligent
motor management system
• Covers all load
monitoring and protection
needs, from feeders to
critical process automation
• Multiple industrial
protocols: Modbus,
Profibus, CANopen,
DeviceNet, Modbus/TCP,
and EtherNet/IP
• Measurements: currents,
voltages, frequency, power,
temperatures, etc.
• Data logging
• Machine diagnosis:
temperature rise, motor
starting time, remaining
operating time before
overload tripping, waiting
time after tripping, etc.
• Reports: motor start
reports and motor start
trends
• Network, switchgear,
and self-diagnosis
• Measurements: current,
voltage, frequency, power,
etc.
• Event records are
generated by status
changes to logic inputs,
outputs, settings, and
alarms
• Readily available for
viewing on the LCD display
• Fault records
• Disturbance records
• Oscillographic analysis
using MiCOM S1 Studio
software
• Monitor critical motors
with basic metering plus
0.2% energy accuracy,
modular digital and analog
I/O, and voltage sag/swell
detection
• Programmable including
simple control functionality
• Designed for:
compressors, conveyors,
crushers, feedwater
pumps, fin fans, HVAC,
mills, mixers
• Advanced motor
protection from basic to
mission-critical applications
• Notice of potential issues
through intuitive pre-fault
alarming
• Maximum flexibility
with expandable I/O and
custom programmable
logic
• Modularity, redundancy,
and connection to
accessories
• Communication via
multiple protocols
• Adaptability to specific
applications through logic
equations editor
These relays not only
improve monitoring
conditions, but they
also facilitate machine
maintenance and save
on wiring costs
• 2-4% energy savings
• 15-50% reduction in
maintenance-related OpEx
• Up to 20% CapEx
efficiency saving (reduced
cost for same output)
• Reduction in performance
penalties
• Process safety
improvements, early failure
detection
• Easy integration into
existing LV switchboard
• Intuitive interface for
non-specialists
Main standards and certifications
N/A
Application segments
Motor Management functions
• Predictive analytics
based on build-up
correlations between asset
behaviour and continuous
observation of environment
changes
• Alerts triggered when the
operation differs from the
historical norm
• Advanced analysis
capabilities including
problem identification
Motor Management benefits
• Reduce unscheduled
downtime
• Prevent equipment
failures
• Reduce maintenance
costs
• Increase asset utilization
• Extend equipment life
• Identify underperforming
assets
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Motor asset management
Asset condition assessment
Wireless vibration
monitoring
PM105322
PM105317
PowerLogic ION7650
series
PM105319
PowerLogic PM8000
series
PM105318
PowerLogic PM5000
series
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Basic power meter
Basic power meter
Advanced power quality
meter
Wireless vibration
monitoring
IEC/EN, cUL, CE, C-Tick
IEC/EN, cUL, CE, C-Tick
N/A
• Monitor critical motors
with basic metering plus
0.2% energy accuracy,
modular digital and analog
I/O, and voltage sag/swell
detection
• Programmable including
simple control functionality
Monitor the most critical
motors with advanced
metering functionality plus
advanced power quality
monitoring and reporting
including transient
detection and flicker
• Monitors the mechanical
and electrical health of
both motor and driven load
• Wireless vibration and
temperature sensor(s),
data acquisition unit,
software for analyses
• Vibration signature
analyses to determine
root cause
• Better understanding of
operational costs driven by
energy usage
• Trending functionality to
track usage and detect
energy use changes that
may indicate maintenance
issues
• Capture voltage sags
that can cause contactor
dropout (ITI-CBEMA plots)
• NEMA motor voltage
unbalance derating curve
• Determine if voltage
problems originate from
the utility or within the
facility
• Better understanding of
operational costs driven by
energy usage
• Trending functionality to
track usage and detect
energy use changes that
may indicate maintainance
issues
• Capture voltage sags
that can cause contactor
dropout (ITI-CBEMA plots)
• Use high-speed meter
inputs from drive trip
signals to record voltage
sags causing drive trips
• Determine if voltage
problems originate from
the utility or within the
facility
• Detect transients that
cause printed circuit board
failures in drives and PLCs
• Maximize operational
uptime
• Minimize operation and
maintenance costs
• Maximize workforce
productivity and safety
Main standards and certifications
IEC/EN, cUL, CE, EAC,
C-Tick
Application segments
Motor Management functions
• Monitor control panels
with basic metering with
0.5% or 0.2% energy
accuracy, plus power,
amps, volts, harmonics,
alarms, and fixed
digital I/O
• Serial and Ethernet
communications to tie into
SCADA with Modbus and
Modbus/TCP
Motor Management benefits
• Better understanding of
operational costs driven by
energy usage
• Alarm to warn of voltage
unbalance and harmonic
issues
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Motor Management
glossary
This glossary explains all the technical terms and acronyms used in this high
power Motor Management offer selection panorama.
2-speed motors
Asynchronous motors can be built for 2 different speeds.
This can be by means of a Dahlander arrangement, with a
common point in the winding, where the ratio between the 2
speeds is always 2. Another method is to use 2 independent
windings per phase allowing any speed. In both cases one
speed or the other is selected by changing the wiring of the
windings. This will change the number of pole pairs.
4 quadrants (4Q)
In motor control solutions using variable speed drives,
4 quadrant refers to the capability of the drive to reverse
the power flow, for example, for cranes, or downhill
conveyors, where the load will temporarily transform
the motor into a generator.
Advanced control
A means of control where there is a possibility of gradual
starting/stopping and/or control of the speed.
Asset condition assessment
The assessment consists in providing condition status, alarm,
and diagnostic information for a particular asset, motor,
generator, transformer, etc.
Autotransformer
In a motor management context, an autotransformer is a
power component used to transform the voltage applied to its
primary side into a lower voltage, with a common connection
between the primary and the secondary. It does not provide
any galvanic isolation between the primary and secondary.
Autotransformer starters
This type of motor starter uses an autotransformer in order to
start a motor in 3 steps:
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under a reduced voltage compared to that of the network.
The starting current and torque, as well as mechanical
stress, are greatly reduced compared to a DOL start.
• After a predefined time, the start point of the
autotransformer is opened, changing it into a series
inductance, supplying the motor with a voltage value
between the autotransformer and the network voltage.
This step provides a higher current and torque allowing
the motor to continue to accelerate.
• Finally, the motor is connected directly to the line for the
end of the start and continuous operation.
Capacitor banks
Power factor correction is important for the correct sizing
of electrical network components (transformer, cables, etc.)
and to avoid penalties on the energy bill. This correction
is often achieved by connecting capacitors as a source of
reactive energy. When the necessary reactive power is high
and the network load is varying, it is necessary to arrange
the capacitors in several banks that will be connected
sequentially to provide only the required amount of
compensation (automatic compensation).
Capital expenditure (CapEx)/Operational
expenditure (OpEx)
• Capital expenditure encompasses all the expenses linked
to the installation of an asset.
• Operational expenditure covers all the expenses linked to
the operation of an asset. It represents 90% of the total
cost of a motor.
Control systems
Device or set of devices, including software programs, used
for controlling the industrial process or machines.
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Cooling types (ONAN, ONAF, OFAF, OFWF,
ODWF, ODAF, AN, AF)
Mainly used for transformers, this acronym indicates the type
of cooling system used. 2 letters are used to represent a
single cooling method and 4 letters are used if 2 methods
exist, indicating either inside or outside the tank for
oil-immersed transformers or normal or boosted modes
for dry-type transformers.
• The first letter indicates the nature of the fluid:
O = oil, A = air, W = water.
• The second letter indicates the type of circulation:
N = natural convection, F = forced circulation,
D = directed circulation.
Distributed control system (DCS)
System (hardware and software) used to control the process
in continuous and hybrid process industries.
Harmonics/5th harmonic
• Harmonics represent the pollution, or distortion in the
form of the voltage and the current in industrial electrical
systems. Harmonics are signals at frequencies multiple to
the fundamental 50 or 60 Hz in industrial systems.
• The 5th harmonic is produced from the rectifier part of
a 6-pulse variable speed drive. It is the highest harmonic
in magnitude.
Harmonic mitigation
Solution for reducing the harmonic content in the electrical
system (typically a filtering solution).
Harmonic voltage factor
The harmonic voltage factor measures the pollution of the
voltage in the presence of harmonics (5th and above). It is
used for determining the derating of the motor. The HVF is
typically below 2%, but for some motors it can be up to 3%.
Direct-on-line (DOL)
The starting method is called direct-on-line when a motor
is started by connecting it directly to the electrical network
line through a contactor or circuit breaker without any other
equipment in series with the stator or the rotor. This is one
of the least expensive starting methods but it needs a large
amount of energy from the electrical network and imposes a
mechanical and electrical stress on the motor.
Drive systems
Drive systems are customized variable speed drive (VSD)
solutions, fully tested and ready to connect to the electrical
network and industrial process.
Energy management and control system
(EMCS)
Energy management and control systems are used for
controlling energy-consuming devices in order to minimize
energy demand and consumption.
Fast device replacement (FDR)
The capability to replace a configured device with a new
one while keeping time and effort at a minimum in order
to optimize system availability. The new device boots, is
configured with the same parameters as the original device,
then switches to operating mode.
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Human machine interface (HMI)
Usually comprises a keypad and a (touch) display.
Insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT)
Power electronic component used in the input and output
stages of variable speed drives.
LSC1/LSC2A/LSC2B(-PI/-PM)
Introduced in 2003 by the standard IEC 62271-200, this
defines the loss of service continuity level of a switchboard
when opening compartments (other than busbar, in single
busbar designs) as follows:
• LSC1: Other functional units or some of them shall be
disconnected
• LSC2A: All other functional units can be energized
• LSC2B: All other functional units and all cable
compartments can be energized:
–– PI (Isolated Partition): with one or more non-metallic
partitions and/or shutters
–– PM (Metallic Partition): with metallic partitions and/or
shutters that are intended to be grounded
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MDT relay
Temperature electronic module used for thermal diagnosis in
MV switchboards by permanently monitoring the connection
temperatures and reducing maintenance costs.
Motor Control Center (MCC)/Intelligent Power
& Motor Control Center (iPMCC)
A system integrating intelligent motor protection relays
(iMCC) and intelligent circuit breakers (iPCC) in a functional
installation system (i.e. switchboard, panel, etc.) providing
connectivity to a DCS and/or SCADA through an industrial
communications network.
Off-circuit tap changer (Off-load tap changer)
The tap changer is used to modify the transformer ratio
in a limited range, such as to adapt to the variation in the
magnitude of the supply voltage. This adaptation is made
with the transformer unloaded.
On-load tap changer (OLTC)
A tap changer with the possibility to make the adaptation with
the transformer loaded.
Power factor correction (PFC)
The source (generator, transformer, etc.) is designed for a
rated apparent power that is the sum of the active and reactive
power. The power factor is the ratio of active power over
apparent power. Power factor correction consists in limiting the
reactive power the source has to deliver. The reactive power is
provided by another source: capacitor banks.
Modern digital relays also offer metering of acquired and
calculated signals, diagnosis of network and equipment,
communication, and control-command possibilities.
Reverse speed
The rotation of the rotor in the opposite direction.
Root mean square (RMS)
This is the constant characteristic of alternating current or
voltage used for calculating the power dissipation in a load.
Supervisory control and data acquisition
(SCADA)
Generic name for monitoring and control systems – used for
energy or process control of customer installations.
Slip-ring motors/Winding motors
Motors with a wound rotor that can be connected to an
auxiliary power supply, or to starting resistances in order to
reduce the current on starting and increase the torque.
Soft starter (SS)/Reduced voltage soft starter
(RVSS)
Power electronics based solution used for smoothing the
motor start by controlling the current supplied to the motor,
without modifying its frequency, in contrast to a variable
speed drive.
For low voltage applications, the usual term is soft starter
(SS), whereas reduced voltage soft starter is used for
medium voltage applications.
Programmable logic controller (PLC)
A device used in automation systems for controlling the
industrial process or machines.
Process control
A device or set of devices controlling the industrial process
or machines.
Protection relays
A protection relay continuously measures the electrical
parameters of the equipment it protects, either directly, in low
voltage, or through signal conditioners (current transformers
and voltage transformers), in medium voltage. When a
parameter passes a threshold set by the user, the relay
issues an alarm or a trip signal. A trip signal is used to open
the circuit breaker connecting the equipment to the network.
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Soft stop
Smooth stopping of the motor, typically for soft-starter
device, by linearly reducing the supplied current. Reduces
the mechanical stress on the load, very useful in pump
applications.
Star-delta
Starting method used to reduce the startup current.
Needs a motor with a delta arrangement designed for the
voltage network. It is first connected to the line with a wye
arrangement, being equivalent to a higher voltage motor
supplied by a lower voltage. After a delay, the arrangement
is changed to delta to finish the acceleration and for
normal operation.
Mainly used for low to medium power LV motors.
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Switchboard and motor starters
Tripping context
A switchboard is the point at which an incoming power
supply divides into separate circuits, each of which is
controlled and protected by the fuses or switchgear of the
switchboard. Motor starters are integrated in switchboard.
When a digital protection relay issues a trip command it can
record several parameters, other than the one at the origin of
the trip. These parameters, like currents, voltages, powers,
and frequency, are saved together in a record. This record is
called a tripping context record.
Synchronous/Asynchronous machine
In a rotating machine, there is one static part, typically
called the stator, and another rotating part, called the rotor.
• In synchronous machines, the rotation speed is equal to
the speed of the magnetic flux in the stator (i.e. they are
synchronized) and to achieve this the rotor is also supplied
with energy through a dedicated system.
• In asynchronous machines, the rotor is not supplied with
power; it rotates at a speed close to but not equal to the
speed of the magnetic flux, and the difference in the
speeds is used to provide the energy necessary to make
the rotor spin.
Variable speed drive (VSD)/Variable frequency
drive (VFD)
• VSDs are electronic power systems used to adapt the
speed of an electric motor.
• VFDs are dedicated to AC induction and synchronous
motors where the speed is modified through the change
of the applied frequency.
Total harmonic distortion (THD/THDi)
• THD refers to the ratio of the square root of the sum of
the square of the powers of all harmonic components to
the power of the fundamental voltage.
• THDi is the same ratio applied to the current.
Tested, validated, and documented
architecture (TVDA)
TVDAs are generic solutions supplying comprehensive
system documentation, wiring diagrams, HMI application,
and project templates that reduce the time required for
design, installation, and commissioning.
Torque control system (TCS)
A patented principle for controlling motors using an LV soft
starter, integrated in the ATS48 offer.
Transformers
In a motor management context, a transformer is a power
component used to transform the voltage applied to its
primary side into another voltage, providing a galvanic
isolation between them. It can be either step-down, where
the secondary voltage is lower than the primary, or step-up,
where the opposite is true.
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