SERVOMOTOR VOLTAGE STABILISER USER`S MANUAL

SERVOMOTOR VOLTAGE STABILISER USER`S MANUAL
USER'S MANUAL
SERVOMOTOR VOLTAGE STABILISER
EMi3
General index
5.2.5.Location.
5.3.CONNECTION.
1. INTRODUCTION.
1.1.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT LETTER.
2. INFORMATION FOR SAFETY.
2.1. USING THIS MANUAL.
2.1.1.
Conventions and used symbols.
3. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.
3.1. DECLARATION OF THE MANAGEMENT.
5.3.2. Connection of output terminals.
5.3.3. Non-critical loads connection.
5.3.4. Connection of the protective earth
.
5.3.5. Connection of the communication module.
5.3.6. Connection of the budged dry contacts option to terminals.
5.3.7. SICRES Ethernet communication card.
3.2.STANDARD.
5.3.8. Connection between an external manual Bypass Panel,
stabilizer and loads.
3.3.ENVIRONMENT.
6.OPERATING.
4.PRESENTATION.
6.1. CONTROLS BEFORE COMMISSIONING.
4.1.VIEWS.
6.2. START UP AND SHUTDOWN OF THE STABILIZER.
4.1.1.
6.2.1. First commissioning procedure.
Equipment views.
4.1.2. Legends corresponding to the equipment views.
6.2.1.1.Procedure
4.2. DEFINITION OF THE PRODUCT.
6.2.2. Start up.
4.2.1.Nomenclature.
6.2.3. Shutdown of the stabilizer.
4.3.PRESENTATION.
6.3. BYPASS MANUAL, OPTION.
4.4. DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT.
6.3.1.
4.5. MAIN QUALITY PERFORMANCES.
6.3.2. Supply the loads through the stabilizer.
4.6. OPERATING PRINCIPLE
6.4. MANUAL BYPASS PANEL, OPTION.
4.7.OPTIONS
6.4.1. Supply the loads from mains with the manual Bypass panel.
4.7.1.
6.4.2. Supply the loads from the stabilizer.
Measurement of output currents, powers and overload.
Load power supply from mains through the manual Bypass.
4.7.2. Maximum-minimum output voltage protection.
7. CONTROL PANEL.
4.7.2.1.
7.1.
Manual/Automatic operating.
LED OPTIC INDICATORS AND ALARM.
4.7.3. Bypass Manual.
7.2. BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE KEYS AND NOTES.
4.7.4. Overload contactor.
7.3. DESCRIPTION OF THE SCREENS.
4.7.5. Non-critical loads contactor.
7.3.1.
4.7.6. Communication and dry contacts module.
7.3.2. «Measures» menu.
4.7.7.
7.3.3. «Operation» menu.
Budget version of the dry contacts to terminals.
«Start» screen menu.
4.7.8. Slot for SICRES Ethernet communication card.
7.3.4. «Alarm» menu.
4.7.9. Galvanic isolation transformer.
7.3.5. «Parameter selection» menu.
4.7.10. Other regulation ranges.
7.3.6. «Password» menu.
4.7.11. External manual Bypass panel.
8. MAINTENANCE, WARRANTY AND SERVICE.
5.INSTALLATION.
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5.3.1. Connection of input terminals.
5.1. TO CONSIDER IN THE INSTALLATION.
8.1. BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE.
5.2. EQUIPMENT RECEPTION.
8.1.1.
5.2.1. Unpacking, inspection and contents checking.
8.1.1.1.General.
5.2.2.Storage.
8.1.1.2.Brushes.
5.2.3.Unpacking.
8.1.1.3.Advices.
5.2.4. Transport till its location.
8.1.1.4.
Annual inspection.
Particular cases.
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8.2. WARRANTY CONDITIONS.
8.2.1. Warranty terms.
8.2.2. Out of scope of supply.
8.3. TECHNICAL SERVICE NETWORK.
9.ANNEXES.
9.1. STANDARD EQUIPMENTS GENERAL TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS.
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1. INTRODUCTION.
1.1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT LETTER.
We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have
placed in us by purchasing this product. Read this instruction
manual carefully in order to be familiarized with its contents,
because, as much as you know and understand the equipment
the highest will be your satisfaction and safety levels and their
features will be optimized too.
We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or
any query you should wish to make.
Yours sincerely.
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•• The equipment here described can cause important
physical damages due to wrong handling. This is why,
the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of itself must
be done by our staff or qualified personnel exclusively.
•• Although we have made every effort to guarantee a com-
plete and accurate information in this user's manual, we
are not responsible for any errors or omissions that may
exist.
The images included in this document are mere illustrations
and they could not represent the part of the equipment exactly, therefore they are not contractual. Nevertheless, differences that could exist will be alleviated or solved with
the correct labelling of the equipment.
•• According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve
the right to modify the specifications, operating
or described actions in this document without
forewarning.
•• Any reproduction, copy or third party concession,
modification or partial or in whole translations of this
manual or document, in any format or media, is prohibited
without the previous written authorization of our
firm, being reserved the full and exclusive ownership right
over it.
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2. INFORMATION FOR SAFETY.
2.1. USING THIS MANUAL.
The generic information of the equipment is supplied in digital
format in a CD-ROM, and it includes among other documents
the own user's manual of the system and the EK266*08 document concerning to «Safety instructions». Before doing any
action over the equipment regarding installation or commissioning, change of location, setting or handling, read them
carefully.
This user's manual is intended to provide information regarding
the safety and to give explanations about the procedures for
the installation and operating of the equipment. Read them
carefully and follow the stated steps in the established order.
Compliance as regards to “Safety instructions“ is
mandatory, being the user the legal responsible
regarding to its observance and application.
The equipments are delivered duly labelled for the correct identification of any their parts, which combined with the instructions described in this user's manual, allows the end-user to
make any operating of both installation and commissioning, in
an easy and ordered way without doubt. When an equipment
differs from the one shown in figures of section 4, additional
annexes will be edited if they were deemed appropriate or necessary. Generally, they will be delivered in hardcopy.
Finally, once the equipment is installed and operative, for future
requests or doubts that could arise, it is recommended to keep
the CD-ROM documentation in a safe place with easy access.
The following terms are used in the document indistinctly to
be referred to:
•• «EMi3, equipment, stabilizer, voltage stabilizer or
unit».- Servomotor voltage equipment stabilizer.
•• «S.T.S.».- Service and Technical Support.
•• «client, fitter, operator or end-user».- are used indis-
tinctly and by extension, to be referred to the fitter and/or
operator which will make the corresponding actions, being
responsible the same person about the actions to take on
behalf of himself.
•• In case of installations with IT neutral regime, the switches,
circuit breakers must break the NEUTRAL a part from the
three lines.
2.1.1. Conventions and used symbols.
Some symbols can be used and shown in the equipment and/or
in the description of this user's manual.
For more information, see section 1.1.1 of EK266*08 document
as regards to «Safety instructions».
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3. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.
3.3. ENVIRONMENT.
3.1. DECLARATION OF THE MANAGEMENT.
This product has been designed to respect the Environment and
manufactured in accordance with the ISO 14001 norm.
Our target is the client’s satisfaction, therefore this Management
has decided to establish a Quality and Environmental policy, by
means of installation a Quality and Environmental Management
System that becomes us capable to comply the requirements
demanded by the standard ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and by our
Clients and concerned parts too.
Likewise, the enterprise Management is committed with the
development and improvement of the Quality and Environmental Management System, by means of:
Equipment recycling at the end of its useful life:
Our company commits to use the services of authorised societies and according to the regulations, in order to treat the whole
recovered product at the end of its useful life (contact your distributor).
Packaging:
To recycle the packaging, follow the legal regulations in force,
in accordance with the particular norm of the country where the
equipment is installed.
•• The communication to all the company about the impor-
tance of satisfaction both in the client’s requirements and
in the legal and regulations.
•• The Quality and Environmental Policy diffusion and the fixa-
tion of the Quality and Environment targets.
•• To carry out revisions by the Management.
•• To provide the needed resources.
3.2. STANDARD.
The EMi3 product is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of Quality
Management Systems and certified by SGS body. The
marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive by means of
the application of the following standards:
•• 2006/95/EC Low voltage directive.
•• 2004/108/EC
(EMC).
Electromagnetic Compatibility directive
In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards. Standards as reference:
•• IEC/EN 62103. - Electronic equipments for use in power
installations.
•• IEC/EN 61000-6-4. - Electromagnetic compatibility. Ge-
neric norm of emission. Industrial environment.
•• IEC/EN 61000-6-2. - Electromagnetic compatibility. Ge-
neric norm of immunity. Industrial environment.
In case of any modification or intervention over the equipment by the end-user, the manufacturer is not responsible.
This is an equipment of class A. This equipment, in domestic environment can cause radio interferences, in such
case the end-user must take the appropriate measures.
Declaration of conformity CE of the product is at the
client disposal under previous request to our headquarters offices.
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4.1. VIEWS.
Model
Voltage
EMi3 M 5-2 (0)
EMi3 M 7,5-2 (0)
4.1.1. Equipment views.
Tables from 1 to 8 show the standardised models with their
physical dimensions and weights, as well as the correlation
with the illustrations of Fig. 1 to 11.
EMi3 M 10-2
(0)
EMi3 M 15-2
(0)
EMi3 M 20-2 (0)
EMi3 M 25-2 (0)
EMi3 M 30-2 (0)
All models have a control panel with LCD as an interface between the equipment and the end-user, which gives information
of different nature through its menus structured in categories
(see section 7).
EMi3 M 40-2 (0)
Three phase equipments consisting of three single phase cabinets, each one of them will have their own control panel.
EMi3 M 200-2
Any figure referred to the main specifications of the
equipment can be checked in the nameplate of the
equipment. Act for your installation accordingly.
EMi3 M 65-2
EMi3 M 100-2
EMi3 M 150-2
EMi3 M 250-2
Power
(kVA)
(1)
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
5
Single phase 220 / 220 V, 230 / 230V or 240 / 240 V
with input voltage range ±15 %
4. PRESENTATION.
EMi3 M 300-2
7,5
45
580 x 340 x 580 (2)
10
59
60
15
115
20
119
25
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
209
40
325
100
150
850 x 615 x 1315
850 x 815 x 2115
200
250
2
196
30
65
1
450
4
500
919
5
1227
850 x 1615 x 2115
300
1298
7-8
1450
Tabla 1. Single phase models and input range ±15 %.
Model
Voltage
EMi3 T 15-4
EMi3 T 20-4
20
EMi3 T 20-4F
EMi3 T 35-4
EMi3 T 70-4F
EMi3 T 90-4
EMi3 T 90-4F
EMi3 T 110-4
EMi3 T 110-4F
EMi3 T 140-4F
EMi3 T 175-4F
EMi3 T 220-4F
EMi3 T 275-4F
EMi3 T 330-4F
Three phase 3x380 / 3x380 V, 3x400 / 3x400 or 3x415 / 3x415 V
with input voltage range ±15 %
EMi3 T 70-4
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
126
131
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
169
229
374
55
650 x 615 x 2115
70
379
495
500
850 x 615 x 2115
110
538
577
582
140
857
175
1159
220
1227
850 x 1615 x 2115
1298
330
1450
375
1642
EMi3 T 450-4F
450
1870
EMi3 T 500-4F
500
2820
EMi3 T 375-4F
EMi3 T 600-4F
600
EMi3 T 800-4F
800
EMi3 T 1000-4F
1000
EMi3 T 1300-4F
1300
6
533
90
275
3
174
224
35
EMi3 T 35-4F
EMi3 T 55-4F
(1)
15
EMi3 T 15-4F
EMi3 T 55-4
Power
(kVA)
3 single phase
equipments
1615 x 815 x 2115
7-9
3600
3900 10-11
4350
5610
Tabla 2. Three phase models with input range±15 %.
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EMi3 M 5-2 (0)
5
(0)
EMi3 M 10-2 (0)
EMi3 M 15-2
(0)
EMi3 M 20-2 (0)
EMi3 M 25-2 (0)
EMi3 M 30-2
EMi3 M 40-2
EMi3 M 65-2
EMi3 M 100-2
EMi3 M 150-2
EMi3 M 200-2
Single phase 220 / 220 V, 230 / 230V or 240 / 240 V
with input voltage range ±20 %
EMi3 M 7,5-2
Power
(kVA)
EMi3 M 250-2
7,5
(1)
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
580 x 340 x 580 (2)
59
63
1
EMi3 M 10-2 (0)
15
125
EMi3 M 15-2 (0)
20
25
209
30
650 x 615 x 1315
342
40
850 x 615 x 1315
450
65
100
850 x 615 x 2115
150
200
2
325
500
919
850 x 1615 x 2115
1450
EMi3 T 15-4
4
5
7-8
20
EMi3 T 20-4F
EMi3 T 55-4F
EMi3 T 70-4
EMi3 T 70-4F
EMi3 T 90-4F
EMi3 T 110-4F
EMi3 T 140-4F
EMi3 T 175-4F
EMi3 T 220-4F
EMi3 T 275-4F
EMi3 T 330-4F
EMi3 T 375-4F
EMi3 T 450-4F
hree phase 3x380 / 3x380 V, 3x400 / 3x400 or 3x415 / 3x415 V
with input voltage range ±20 %
EMi3 T 35-4
35
650 x 615 x 2115
55
70
224
EMi3 M 100-2
EMi3 M 200-2
Model
3
EMi3 T 20-4F
374
EMi3 T 35-4
379
EMi3 T 35-4F
533
EMi3 T 55-4
6
577
EMi3 T 55-4F
EMi3 T 70-4F
EMi3 T 90-4F
857
EMi3 T 110-4F
110
1159
EMi3 T 140-4F
140
1227
EMi3 T 175-4F
1298
7-9
EMi3 T 220-4F
220
1450
EMi3 T 275-4F
275
1686
EMi3 T 330-4F
330
1920
EMi3 T 375-4F
375
2961
EMi3 T 450-4F
450
EMi3 T 500-4F
500
EMi3 T 600-4F
600
3 single phase
equipments
1615 x 815 x 2115
580 x 340 x 580 (2)
7,5
10
15
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
20
25
30
40
65
200
119
209
850 x 615 x 1315
850 x 615 x 2115
450
919
850 x 1615 x 2115
1450
2293
Power
(kVA)
(1)
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
224
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
20
35
55
229
244
650 x 615 x 2115
850 x 615 x 2115
70
495
500
577
857
90
1159
1227
850 x 1615 x 2115
1298
175
1461
220
1870
275
2947
330
375
450
3900
4169
4350
5610
5610
8460
7-9
3762
3 single phase
equipments
1615 x 815 x 2115
500
10-11
6
582
110
140
3
249
600
800
7-8
2820
EMi3 T 500-4F
1000
5
1227
EMi3 T 600-4F
EMi3 T 800-4F
4
527
3900
EMi3 T 1000-4F
2
386
3780
4095
1
325
650 x 615 x 1315
100
150
70
115
15
EMi3 T 20-4
90
850 x 1615 x 2115
Voltage
EMi3 T 15-4F
582
175
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
250
EMi3 T 15-4
229
538
850 x 615 x 2115
EMi3 M 65-2
(1)
Tabla 5. Single phase models with input range ±25 %.
178
183
EMi3 M 40-2
Power
(kVA)
5
EMi3 M 250-2
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
EMi3 T 20-4
EMi3 T 55-4
(1)
EMi3 M 30-2
EMi3 M 150-2
1692
15
EMi3 T 15-4F
EMi3 T 35-4F
Power
(kVA)
EMi3 M 20-2 (0)
EMi3 M 25-2
1289
250
Voltage
EMi3 M 7,5-2 (0)
115
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
Voltage
EMi3 M 5-2 (0)
10
Tabla 3. Single phase models with input range ±20 %.
Model
Model
Single phase 220 / 220 V, 230 / 230V or 240 / 240 V
with input voltge range ±25 %
Voltage
hree phase 3x380 / 3x380 V, 3x400 / 3x400 or 3x415 / 3x415 V
with input voltage range ±25 %
Model
10-11
Tabla 6. Three phase models with input range ±25 %.
Tabla 4. Three phase models with input range ±20 %.
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EMi3 M 5-2 (0)
EMi3 M 7,5-2 (0)
EMi3 M 10-2 (0)
EMi3 M 15-2 (0)
EMi3 M 20-2
EMi3 M 25-2
EMi3 M 30-2
EMi3 M 40-2
EMi3 M 65-2
EMi3 M 100-2
EMi3 M 150-2
EMi3 M 200-2
Voltage
Single phase 220 / 220 V, 230 / 230V or 240 / 240 V
with input voltage range ±30 %
Model
Power
(kVA)
5
(1)
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
580 x 340 x 580 (2)
7,5
10
25
30
40
65
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
196
2
325
650 x 615 x 1315
850 x 615 x 1315
850 x 615 x 2115
100
150
1
119
15
20
115
390
450
The dimensions stated in tables 1 to 8 corresponds to standard
equipments.
When an equipment includes the manual Bypass option,
depending on the model (power and ranges), the physical
dimensions can change as regards to the standard model, nevertheless and due to its easy connection, it will not mean any
obstacle to do the needed tasks because the labelling in the
equipment will identify those parts conveniently.
4
499
650
956
5
1298
850 x 1615 x 2115
200
1740
7-8
2820
Tabla 7. Single phase models with input range ±30 %.
Model
Voltage
EMi3 T 15-4
EMi3 T 15-4F
EMi3 T 20-4F
EMi3 T 35-4
EMi3 T 35-4F
EMi3 T 55-4F
EMi3 T 70-4F
EMi3 T 90-4F
EMi3 T 110-4F
EMi3 T 140-4F
EMi3 T 175-4F
EMi3 T 220-4F
EMi3 T 275-4F
EMi3 T 330-4F
EMi3 T 375-4F
EMi3 T 450-4F
hree phase 3x380 / 3x380 V, 3x400 / 3x400 or 3x415 / 3x415 V
with input voltage range ±30 %
EMi3 T 20-4
Power
(kVA)
(1)
Dimen. (mm) Weight Nr
D. x W. x H.
(kg)
fig.
15
895 x 460 x 705 (2)
20
650 x 615 x 2115
35
850 x 615 x 2115
231
236
374
379
533
857
70
1159
90
850 x 1615 x 2115
1227
1298
140
1477
175
1870
220
2978
275
3860
330
375
450
3 single phase
equipments
1615 x 815 x 2115
6
538
55
110
3
7-9
3900
4350 10-11
4698
EMi3 T 500-4F
500
5610
EMi3 T 600-4F
600
8460
Tabla 8. Three phase models with input range ±30 %.
Models identified in tables 1, 3, 5 and 7 with this annotation (0), do not include
the slot for SICRES (SL) and the RS232 connector (X33) as standard.
The term «D. x W. x H.» corresponds to the maximum dimensions in mm of «Depth
x Width x Height» and it includes those parts assembled as standard in each model
that exceeds from the frame of the case or cabinet and they are essential for its
operation or safety, like: switches, terminal cover, base (foot or stand), casters, ...
The lifting lugs are not contemplated in the total height of the equipment in the
models corresponding to Fig. 1, 2 and 3. The lifting lug height is 45 mm, add it
to the height stated in each model to get the total height.
(0)
(1)
(2)
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(CM)
(PC)
(RV)
(RD)
(Q1)
(Q5)
(SL)
(X33)
(t1)
(TB)
(PR)
(X9)
(X6)
(X5)
(X4)
(X1)
Fig. 1. Views of single phase equipment in case, format nr 1.
(CM)
(PC)
(RV)
(RD)
(Q1)
(RV)
(Q5)
(SL)
(X33)
(t1)
(TB)
(X9)
(X6)
(PR)
(X5)
(X4)
(X1)
Fig. 2. Views of single phase equipment in case, format nr 2.
(CM)
(PC)
(RV)
(RD)
(Q1)
(RV)
(Q5)
(SL)
(X33)
(TB)
(t1)
(X9)
(X8)
(X7)
(PR)
(X6)
(X5)
(X4)
(X3)
(X2)
(X1)
Fig. 3. Views of three phase equipment in case, format nr 2.
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(CT)(PF) (PC)
(t1)
(TB)
(Q1)
(MM)
(Q5)
(X33)
(SL)
(PI)
(RV)
(X1) (X4)(X5)(X6) (X9)
Fig. 4. Views of single phase equipment in cabinet, format nr 1.
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(CT)
(PF)
(PC)
(t1)
(TB)
(Q1)
(MM)
(Q5)
(X33)
(SL)
(PI)
(RV)
(X1) (X4) (X5)
(X6) (X9)
Fig. 5. Views of single phase equipment in cabinet, format nr 2.
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(CT)
(PF)
(PC)
(t1)
(TB)
(Q1)
(MM)
(Q5)
(X33)
(SL)
(PI)
(RV)
(X1)(X2)
(X3) (X4)(X5)(X6)(X7) (X8)(X9)
Fig. 6. Views of three phase equipment in cabinet, format nr 2.
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(PF)
(PI)
(RV)
(CT)(CT)
(PI)
(PF)
(PC)
(RV)
Fig. 7. Front views of both single and three phase equipments in cabinet, format nr 3.
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(t1)
(TB)
(Q1)
(Q5)
(MM)
(X33)
(SL)
Fase (X1) Neutro (X4) (X5)
Fase (X1) Neutro (X4) (X5)
Fig. 8. Front views of single phase equipment in cabinet with door opened, format nr 3.
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(t1)
(TB)
(Q1)
(Q5)
(MM)
(X33)
(SL)
(X1)(X2)(X3)(X4)
(X5)
(X6)(X7)(X8)(X9)
(X5)
Fig. 9. Front views of three phase equipment in cabinet with door opened, format nr 3.
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(CT) (RV)(PF) (t2)(PL2)(t2)(t2)(PL2)(t2)(PC)
(TT)
(PI)
(t2)(PL2)(t2)(t2)(PL2)(t2)
Fig. 10.Front and top view, three phase equipment consisting of three single phase units (to be joined once located).
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Figures 10 and 11 are scaled as regards to the other views of the equipments and their dimensions can be checked in the respective
tables 2, 4, 6 and 8 according to the model and voltage range.
(Q1)
(MM)
(Q5)
(MM)(TB)
(t1)
(X1)(X4)(X5)(X6)(X9)(SL)
(X33)
(X2)(X4)(X5)(X7)(X9)(SL)
(X33)(X3)(X4)(X5)
(X8)(X9)
(SL)
(X33)
Fig. 11.Front view, three phase equipment consisting of three single phase units with door (PF) opened (to be joined once located).
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4.1.2. Legends corresponding to the equipment views.
(PC) Control panel with LCD.
Connection parts:
(PF) Cabinet front door.
(X1) Input terminal phase R.
(PI) Leveller feet, cabinet base plinth.
(X2) Input terminal phase S.
(PL2) Rod to joint the equipment through the top and the base
plinth of the cabinets.
(X3) Input terminal phase T.
(X4) Input terminal neutral N.
(X5) Main protective earth terminal
minal for load or loads.
and earth bonding ter-
(X6) Output terminal phase U.
(X7) Output terminal phase V.
(X8) Output terminal phase W.
(X9) Output terminal neutral N.
(PR) Cable gland or bushing cones for cable entry. In equipments of high power there is a slot for the cable entry
connection.
(PT) Extension rod for equipment consisting of three single
phase cabinets, to joint the neutral rod (option).
(RD) Swivel casters with brake in models in case.
(X33)RS232 communication port. (0)
(RG) Terminal strip for IR option (dry contacts to terminals in
control panel with LCD).
Protection and manoeuvring parts:
(RV) Cooling grids. Natural cooling and in some models it is
forced.
(Q1) Magnetic circuit breaker switches or breaker with input
fuses.
(Q5) Manual bypass switch.
(SL) Slot for SICRES Ethernet communication card (the own
SICRES card is optional). (0)
(TB) Terminal protection cover.
Control panel optical indicators and other ones:
(TT) Cabinet top covers.
(a) Correct output voltage indicator. Green colour.
(t1) Screws for fixing the terminal cover (TB).
(b) Alarm ON indicator. Red colour.
(t2)
Self-tapping screw with TORX head for fixing the rod (PL2)
that joint the cabinets.
(c) Urgent alarm indicator. Red colour.
(0)
(d) Non-Urgent alarm indicator. Red colour.
Models identified in tables 1, 3, 5 and 7 with this annotation (0), do not include
the slot for SICRES (SL) and the RS232 connector (X33) as standard.
(e) LCD panel.
(f)
«ENT» key.
(g) «ESC» key.
(h) Upward key «
».
(i)
Backward key «
(j)
Right key «
(k) Left key «
».
».
».
Other parts, abbreviations and auxiliary elements.
(CM) Lifting lugs for equipments in case.
(CT) Lock with ratched or cam with handle, for cabinet front
door. It can include blocking system by means of key (LL).
(LL) Key for blocking - unblocking the lock (CT).
(MM)Breaker or switch manoeuvring handle.
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4.2. DEFINITION OF THE PRODUCT.
4.2.1. Nomenclature.
EMi3 T 20-2TFMR-BM IR WCO ±20% 3x220V T/T ±4% EE595328
EE*
±4%
E/E
E/T
T/T
T/E
3x220V
±20%
CO
W
IR
I
BM
MR
M
MRS
F
T
2
2/4
20
M
T
EMi3
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Particular client specifications.
Output accuracy, if its different from ±1 %.
Input/ouput configuration, star/star.
Input/ouput configuration, star/delta.
Input/ouput configuration,delta/delta.
Input/ouput configuration,delta/star.
Nominal voltage of equipment. Omit for 3x400 V or 230 V.
Input range, if it is different from ±15 %.
“Made in Spain” marking in the equipment and packaging (custom issue).
Neutral brand equipment.
Dry contacts of LCD control panel to terminals.
COM card.
Manual bypass.
Max-min output voltage protection with automatic
rearming.
Max-min output voltage protection with manual rearming.
Max-min output voltage protection with automatic
rearming and overload protection.
Independent phase regulation.
Isolation transformer, usually fitted in the output. It
can also be fitted in the input as voltage adaptor or
for changing the voltage configuration, i.e. E/T (star/
delta).
First character of the common voltage.
First character of the input/output voltage.
Power in kVA.
Single phase equipment.
Three phase equipment.
Servomotor stabilizer family series.
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4.3. PRESENTATION.
The LCD of the control panel of the stabilizer allows checking
the input/output voltages and frequency, whenever you need.
Also, the LCD has measurements of output current, active and
apparent powers per phase and total, power factor per phase
and total and load percentage per phase. These last measurements are only available when the equipment includes the current transformers in each one of the output phases (option).
There are LED indicators to inform about both the status of the
equipment and the possible active alarms.
EMi3 stabilizer model has been designed to operate in fluctuated mains and to safeguard the critical loads, in particular,
those ones with a complicated nature: high inrush start up currents, high reactive character, high powers, etc. These equipments are very robust against long overloads and they have
a high output accuracy (up to ±1%), they are manufactured
in single and three phase structures with independent phase
regulation or average regulation in the three phases depending
on the model.
Single line diagram of a single phase equipment is shown in
Fig. 12 (the three phase structure is similar to it but repeating
the same block per each phase).
Any three phase servomotor stabiliser has only one electronic
control card for all the phases and one LCD panel for its monitoring and complete control, less those ones that consist of
three independent single phase equipments duly connected to
make a three phase equipment. In these ones, each cabinet will
have its own electronic control card and its LCD panel.
4.4. DESCRIPTION OF THE EQUIPMENT.
The EMi3 voltage stabilizer series is a stabilizer, which due to
its simplicity, reliability and robustness, has achieved to persist
along the time, but with a re-designing, which has given technical improvements in electrical, electronic and mechanical.
Depending on the total power of the three phase equipments,
no matter if they include some options or not, they are supplied
assembled in one metallic cabinet, divided in two cabinets
joined together mechanically at factory or by three separate
cabinets, which will be joined after their final location.
The equipment can be used to stabilize the power supply of any
kind of machine, which doesn't require a regulation with a high
response time, but it requires a constant and accurate stabilization, in particular those ones tending to be complicated: high
start up inrush currents, high reactive power, high powers,...
etc.
The input and output are marked in the terminal strips of the
equipment. When installing the device, use the suitable cross
cable section in order to guarantee its correct operating.
The equipment makes a sensitive and efficient stabilization
of the output voltage through its incorporated Booster transformer, Variac and microprocessor.
To keep the output stable with a minimum tolerance, the servosystem uses a control of the DC motor by means of MOSFET
transistors.
INPUT
Input isolation
transformer
-OPTION- (*)
Input protection
Limit switches
Booster
transformer
Variac
Contactor
(Overload or
Max.-Min.)
-OPTION-
M
Current
transformerOPTIONManual bypass
-OPTION-
Output isolation
transformerOPTION- (*)
OUTPUT
DC Motor
(*)Input and output isolation transformers are
otpions, and exclusice between them.
COM
communication
module
-OPTIONSICRES and/or 2 dry contacts
-OPTION-
Electronic
control
Controlpanel
with LCD
RS32232 standard port
Fig. 12.Single line diagram.
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The LCD panel shows the values of the input/output voltages
and frequency. The measurement of output current, active and
apparent powers, power factor are available with the output
current transformers option. Also, the LED indicators inform
about the status of the equipment. To know in detail the LCD
panel information and the meaning of the LEDs go to the corresponding section of this manual (section 7). The input fuses
or circuit breaker protections, provides protection against long
over currents to both the loads and the stabilizer. Depending on
the model and the protection degree IP, the cooling is natural or
forced, in order to keep the internal temperature stable.
manufacture ranges up to ±30 %.
•• High efficiency, up to 97,5 %.
•• High response time, up to 70 V/sec.
•• Complete control panel with LCD to supervise the stabilizer.
•• Output accuracy guaranteed by a control with MOSFET
servo.
•• Immune to line voltage harmonics; True RMS stabilization.
Although the input voltage range is ±15 % for the standard
models, under request, it is possible to manufacture equipments with wide input voltage range up to ±30 % (input voltage
window).
•• Stable operating against load and/or voltage fluctuations.
The voltage stabilizer protects against sudden changes, irregularities, increasing or decreasing of the voltage mains by means
of an accurate voltage stabilization.
•• Nil voltage harmonic re-injection.
Also, as standard the control electronic unit includes the Maximum and minimum voltage protection signal (adjustable to
input or output), which is needed to disconnect the output by
means of a contactor, which can be fitted in as an option at
the factory, in case of the voltage exceeds the allowed limits
or mains fault. In order to keep the protection against sudden
voltage changes, the signal is delayed a few seconds.
It is also possible to include an option that allows disconnecting the output of the stabilizer due to overload. In this case,
the equipment will include the output current sensors to make
the overload measurement.
As an option, the stabilizer can be equipped with a manual
Bypass, which is not ready to be manoeuvred with load connected. It allows keeping the loads supplied during the maintenances or fixing periods.
Regarding the communications, to highlight that the equipment
is supplied with a RS232 serial communication port and a Slot
to insert the SICRES Ethernet card. Under request the communications of the stabilizer can be upgraded by 2 programming dry
contacts connected to terminal strip or even by implementing
the communication module, which includes two serial communication channels and 9 additional dry contacts.
4.5. MAIN QUALITY PERFORMANCES.
•• Wide range of powers for single and three phase installa-
tions.
•• Toroidal autotransformers (Variacs) for all the power range,
fast and efficient with DC motors of 12 V or 24 V.
•• Output accuracy, better than 1 % (adjustable).
•• Depending on the three phase equipments model common
and independent regulation per phase, they are immune to
unbalanced loads.
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•• As standard, input voltage range of ±15 %, being able to
•• Wide operating temperature ranges(–10 ºC.. +55 ºC).
•• Dry contacts (2 as standard up to 11 as an option).
•• Optimized mechanical design, easy maintenance.
•• Overload up to 200 % over the nominal for 20 s.
•• High robustness and reliability (high MTBF).
•• Silent operating.
•• Recyclable material in more than 80 %.
4.6. OPERATING PRINCIPLE
The electronic control manages the output voltage of the stabilizer permanently, providing a correction signal the DC motor, in
order to achieve the wanted output voltage with an accuracy of
±1 % (adjustable from ±0,5 % up to ± 5 %). The motor acts
over the toroidal autotransformer, by increasing or decreasing
the voltage, by moving the brush in the variable tap in one way
or to the other.
The resultant voltage is applied to the primary winding of the
«Booster», which adds in phase or counter phase the voltage to
the mains through its secondary winding, by stabilizing in this
way any fluctuation over the nominal voltage that could occurs.
If the input voltage is higher than the voltage range of the
equipment, the output regulation will reach its maximum or
minimum correction and from this point the voltage difference
will be added or subtracted to the output directly, unless the
equipment has the Maximum-minimum output voltage protection (see section 4.7.2), which will avoid supplying the loads out
of the output voltage range, so it will break the power supply to
the loads when the ranges is exceeded.
I.e., an equipment with 3x400 V ±15 % (3x340.. 460 V) and
without Maximum-minimum protections, when the input
voltage is 3x330 V the output voltage supplied to the loads will
be 3x390 V. The difference between the low voltage regulation
(3x340 V) and the applied voltage at the input terminals (3x330
V) is 10 V. This voltage difference, that the stabilizer cannot correct will be subtracted from the nominal output voltage (3x400
V), because the output voltage cannot be stabilized beyond of
the design range, so the loads will be supplied at 3x390 V.
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As an option, if the application would need it, the range could
be extended from the standard ±15 % to a wide one (i.e. ±25
%), by requesting an equipment with extended voltage range.
4.7. OPTIONS
4.7.1. Measurement of output currents, powers and
overload.
As standard the EMi3 stabilizer does not include the output
current measurements, although they can include the sensors
as an option. This option incorporates to the equipment one or
three current transformers at the output, depending if it is a
single or three phase equipment. Therefore, the LCD panel will
display some data derived from these current measurements
like:
•• Depending on the equipment, single or three phase, one or
three output currents.
•• Depending on the equipment, single or three phase, one or
three active output powers.
•• Automatic.
The system will supply output voltage meanwhile the
voltage is inside the preset range, otherwise the output
will be broken. The stabilizer will shift from one condition
to the other one in an automatic way, without any manual
intervention but with a rearming time delay of 5 s, by default, however it can be adjusted to other values at factory.
4.7.3. Bypass Manual.
Manual bypass option consists in a three positions cam switch,
which allows selecting between position «1», where the output
is connected to the input of the stabilizer directly (Bypass) and
position «2» where the output of equipment is connected to
the output of the stabilizer directly. The shifting from one position to the other one will always be done with a break, shifting
through the position «0», so it means that the power supply to
the output will not be guaranteed during the switching.
•• Depending on the equipment, single or three phase, one or
4.7.4. Overload contactor.
•• Depending on the equipment, single or three phase, one or
This option incorporates the overload contactor and the parts
included in the option of «Measurement of output currents,
powers and overloads» described in section 4.7.1.
three apparent output powers.
three output load percentage.
•• Depending on the equipment, single or three phase, one or
three output power factors.
Thanks of having the current transformers, some alarms would
be activated too: over current or overload in case of exceeding
the nominal currents or powers of the stabilizer.
4.7.2. Maximum-minimum output voltage protection.
The Maximum-minimum protection is an option that includes a
contactor to break the output voltage of the equipment in case
the voltage is out of the preset range. By default, it is set to
±5 %.
This option can be set with different operating ways:
1. Maximum-minimum input or output voltage (by default at
the output).
2. Protection of only Maximum, only Minimum or Maximum-
Minimum voltages (by default Maximum-Minimum).
3. Manual or Automatic rearming of the Maximum-minimum
protection (by default Automatic mode).
The Maximum-minimum protection window is defined by the
range, which are the particular ones for this operating.
4.7.2.1. Manual/Automatic operating.
•• Manual.
When the equipment is out of the preset range, the contactor opens and breaks the output voltage. Although the
mains voltage comes inside the range, the system will not
give output voltage till is not manually rearmed by means
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of the screen (LCD) corresponding to the manoeuvring submenu.
The operating of the system is always with manual rearming,
so if the stabilizer senses a current from 100% and 200% of
the nominal, an over current alarm will be triggered and a timer
of 20 s will be started. Once the time is elapsed the overload
contactor will be opened, breaking the power supply at the
output. Then the screen of the LCD panel will display the overload alarm. The rearming will be done manually through the
screen «General Rearming» in the manoeuvring menu, although
the end-user will have to disconnect loads from the output of
the stabilizer to guarantee the re-start up. The equipment will
start up normally.
4.7.5. Non-critical loads contactor.
This option incorporates the Non-critical load contactor and the
parts included in the option of «Measurement of output currents, powers and overload» described in section 4.7.1.
Another of the features of this option is that the stabilizer will
have a double output terminal strip:
•• Critical Loads output terminals.
•• Non-critical Loads output terminals.
The operating of the system is always with manual rearming,
so if the stabilizer senses that the 50% of the nominal load
has been reached, the «Non-Critical Loads Disconnection»
alarm will be triggered and a timer of 20 s will be started. Once
the time is elapsed, the «Non-Critical Loads Disconnection»
contactor will be opened, breaking the output power supply
to these loads. The rearming will be done through the screen
«General Rearming» of the manoeuvring menu, although the
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end-user will have to disconnect loads from the output of the
stabilizer to guarantee the re-start up. The equipment will start
up normally.
4.7.6. Communication and dry contacts module.
The communication module has several communication ways
with the external environment. In general, it can be said, that
beside of the Slot to insert the SICRES Ethernet communication
card, there are several communication ports and 9 dry contacts
(see user's manual EN030*00).
4.7.7. Budget version of the dry contacts to terminals.
In case the end-user doesn't need so many dry contacts, as an
option there is the possibility to have two dry contacts with the
following setting:
•• Internal dry contact 1. Output overload or Maximum-min-
imum protection.
•• Internal dry contact 2. General alarm.
Stabilizer internal side
C NCNO C NCNO
Dry contact 1 Dry contact 2
Fig. 13.Dry contact interface layout.
The switched dry contacts are supplied connected to a terminal
strip as the layout of Fig. 13 shows.
Among other functions a part from the isolation, it can act as:
•• Input or output voltage adaptor.
•• Configuration adaptor: delta-star or vice versa...).
•• And even combining the two above options depending on
the case.
As a result of the possible combinations, this document does
not consider the power standardization of tables 1 to 8 in the
assembling with isolation transformer, because the physical dimensions and weight will vary, but in any case its main feature
of galvanic isolation will be not be affected.
4.7.10. Other regulation ranges.
The voltage regulation ranges of the equipment are ±15 %.
Under request, the stabilizers can be supplied with different
ranges and up to ±30 %, and even without being symmetrical.
4.7.11. External manual Bypass panel.
The purpose of this option is to isolate the equipment and the
loads electrically. Therefore, the maintenance or fixing tasks
in the equipment can be done without any break in the power
supply of the protected system, also unnecessary risks to the
technical staff are avoided.
The basic difference between this option and the internal
manual bypass in the own stabilizer is the higher operating,
because it allows disconnecting the equipment from the own
installation completely.
In Fig. 14 is shown a Panel with input and output switches,
being able to have them or not according to the requested order.
The maximum applicable voltage and current is 250 V AC 6A.
4.7.8. Slot for SICRES Ethernet communication card.
Any stabilizer is supplied with the Slot to fit the SICRES communication option. This card can be fitted in from factory or
later on.
All the information regarding this option is described in the
user's manual EK764*00 supplied with the CD-ROM together
with the own SICRES card.
In three phase stabilizers of high power rate consisting of three
single phase equipments, each single phase unit has its own
Slot for the SICRES communication card.
4.7.9. Galvanic isolation transformer.
The isolation transformer is built with separate windings and it has
an electrostatic shield between the primary and secondary windings,
which provides a high level of electrical noise attenuation (> 40 dB).
This option can be built in either inside the EMi3 series attending to different operating conditioning or in a separate
case.
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Input circuit breaker
Output circuit breakers or
swicthes
Manual bypass switch or
breaker
•••
EMi3 power supply
Load power supply
Fig. 14.Manual bypass panel single line diagram including
input and output switches.
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nameplates of these elements has to be considered in order
to select the suitable cross cable section, by respecting the
Local and/or National Low Voltage Electrotechnical Regulations.
5. INSTALLATION.
••
Read and respect the Safety Information, described
in section 2 of this document. To obviate some of
the indications described in it, can cause serious or very
serious injuries to the persons in direct contact or in the
vicinity, as well as faults in the equipment and/or loads
connected to itself.
•• Regarding the size of the terminals of the built switches
in the protection panel, the cross cable section has to be
considered, in order to leave them completely embraced in
all its section, in order to have an optimal contact between
both elements.
•• Check that data in the nameplate are the required ones by
the installation.
•• It is compulsory that the line that supplies the stabilizer
includes the input protection, which allows to break it to
make the connection tasks with no voltage, otherwise it
could mean a danger of the fitters.
It is recommended to equip the installation with a switchgear protection panel, which besides of the input protection, it has an output protection and manual Bypass switch.
Under request, it can be supplied or you can opt for manufacturing it by yourself by following the information stated
in the documentation CD-ROM.
The start up and shutdown operating instructions are
described in the user's manual, considering that the installation is provided with a complete panel like the recommended one. If it is not available omit the protection or
switch manoeuvring.
•• A wrong connection or manoeuvring, can cause faults in the
stabilizer and/or loads connected to it. Read the instructions of this manual carefully and follow the stated steps in
the established order.
••
The equipment must be installed by qualified personnel
and it can be used by personnel with not specific
training, just with only help of this «User's manual».
••
Any connection of the equipment, including the control (interface, remote control, ...), will be done with
all the switches in rest and no mains present (power supply
switch of the equipment turned «Off»).
5.1. TO CONSIDER IN THE INSTALLATION.
••
•• The equipments have terminals for its input and output
connections. Nevertheless some models due to their high
power rate, the power supply cable connection is directly
done in the own terminals of the input switch or breaker,
when they have rods.
•• As regards to the protective earth connection and earth
bonding connection, the equipments have an earth terminal or stud, less those double cabinets, which will have
two earth connection points by means of studs, one for the
main protective earth cable and the other one for the earth
bonding for the load or loads.
ˆˆ For higher lengths correct the cross sections in order to
avoid dropping voltages, in accordance with the particular Regulations or norms of the country.
The size and type of the protection to install will be
the stated in the information related to «Recommended installation», supplied together with this user's
manual in the documentation CD-ROM.
•• For the equipment communication, it is supplied a RS232
port with DB9 connector and the Slot for the SICRES Ethernet card.
As an option, it is available other communications ways:
ˆˆ 2 dry contacts of alarm from the LCD panel connected
to a terminal strip.
ˆˆ Communication module, which includes up to 2 serial
ports, 9 programming dry contacts, 1 analogical input
and another one digital. For more information see document EN030*00.
•• The nameplate of the equipment contents the nominal cur-
rents only as the norm EN-IEC 62040-1 states. The power
factor and efficiency of the equipment has been considered
to calculate the input current.
Overload condition is considered as a nonpermanent and
exceptional way.
•• In case peripheral elements are added at the input or output
like transformers or autotransformers, The current of the
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The documentation supplied together with this user's manual and/or in the CD-ROM, and the information regarding the «Recommended installation» can be
checked. This information shows the wiring diagram, protection sizes and minimum connecting cross cable sections,
attending to the nominal operating voltage of the equipment. All the values are calculates for a maximum cable
length of 30 m between the protection panel, equipment
and loads.
•• The neutral regimes of the input and output are identical for
the EMi3 stabilizers «with no galvanic isolation».
••
When, as an option, an equipment incorporates a galvanic isolation transformer, which can be built in from
factory or by your own, either at the input or output of the
equipment, protections for indirect contact must be fitted in
(RCD) at the output of each transformer, because in case of
electrical shock in the secondary winding, due to its isolation
feature, it will impede the tripping of the protections located in
the primary of the transformer (isolation transformer output).
•• We remind you that any isolation transformer fitted in
or supplied from factory, has the output neutral earthed
through a cable that joints the neutral an PE terminals. If
an isolated output neutral were needed, this cable bridge
must be removed, by taking the needed cautions as regards
to the local and/or national regulations.
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•• Switches, breakers and protections must break the NEUTRAL a
part from the lines, in case of installation in IT neutral regime.
•• Proceed to unpack the equipment. To do that, cut the strips
of the cardboard and take it out from top like a cover or dismantle it with the needed tools if it is a wooden enclosure;
remove the corners and plastic wrap.
5.2. EQUIPMENT RECEPTION.
Models in Fig. 1, 2 and 3 are bared over a honeycomb cardboard
base , which is used as shock absorber and at the same time it is
over the wooden pallet. These units have two lifting lugs to make
easier the lifting tasks of the equipment and the pallet removing.
5.2.1. Unpacking, inspection and contents checking.
•• To unpack it, see section 5.2.3.
•• When receiving the equipment, check that no incident has
happened during transport (impact, fall, ...) and the specifications of the equipment correspond with the ones stated
in the order, therefore it is recommended to unpack the stabilizer in order to make a first visual inspection.
5.2.4. Transport till its location.
•• Equipments in case have four casters, in order to make
easier their transport until their location.
Nevertheless, if the reception area is far from the installation place, it is recommended to move the equipment by
means of pallet jack or the suitable means evaluating the
remoteness between both points.
If the distance is long, it is recommended to move the equipment packed till the installation area and later on unpack it.
•• In case of incidents, make the needed claims to your sup-
plier or in lack of him to our firm.
Never start up an equipment when external damages are detected.
•• Also check data in the nameplate sticked in the packaging and
equipment, correspond to the ones stated in the purchase order,
so it will be needed to unpack it (see section 5.2.3). Otherwise,
make the nonconformity as soon as possible, by quoting the serial
number of the equipment and the references of the delivery note.
•• Check the packaging contents:
ˆˆ The own equipment.
ˆˆ User's manual in digital format (CD-ROM).
•• Once the reception is finished, it is advisable to pack the equip-
ment again till its commissioning in order to protect it against mechanical impacts, dust, dirt, etc.
•• For models in cabinet, it is essential to move it with mechan-
ical means till the final location.
5.2.5. Location.
•• Place the equipment attending the indications and recom-
mendations in the safety instructions EK266*08.
•• Equipments with casters, block the brake in all of them.
•• Models consisting of three single phase equipments, put
them together according to Fig 10. The physical layout of
each one of them is conditioned by the equipment with no
side covers, which will be located in the middle position.
The other two, will be located at both sides, in such way
that all the set will be closed in all its sides.
5.2.2. Storage.
•• The storage of the equipment, will be done in a dry and cool
With the purpose of joint them, 8 rods (PL2) with four
wholes in each, are supplied. To fix them, some self-tapping screws with TORX head (t2) that fix the top cover
and (t2) in the base plinth (PI) will be used.
Proceed as follows to joint the cabinets, once they are placed
and aligned (see Fig. 10 and 11):
place, and protected from rain, dust, water jets or chemical
agents. It is advisable to keep the equipment inside its original
packaging because it has been designed to assure the maximum
protection during transport ant storage.
•• Respect the storage specifications of the equipment stated
in section 9.
ˆˆ Remove the screws (t2), which are supplied fitted in the
base plinth (PI), both front and rear sides of the cabinet.
5.2.3. Unpacking.
ˆˆ Joint the central cabinet with the two adjoining ones
•• The packaging of the equipment has wooden pallet, card-
by using the four rods (PL2) and fix it by means of the
screws (t2) previously removed. Repeat the same action
in the front and rear sides.
board or wooden enclosure depending on the case, polystyrene corners (EPS) or polyethylene foam (EPE), plastic wrap
and polyethylene strip, all of them are recyclable materials;
so if you are going to dispose them, do it in accordance
with the regulations in force. It is recommended to keep
the packaging, in case it would have to be used in future.
Nevertheless, models in cabinet (see Fig. 4 to 11) are supplied with no pallet, unless the transport is by sea or it was
requested in the order.
To move it, use a pallet jack or forklift through the own base
of the cabinet.
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ˆˆ Remove the screws (t2) stated in Fig. 10, which are used as
fixing elements for the top cover.
ˆˆ With the remaining four rods (PL2), fix the central cabinet
with the two adjoining ones through the wholes in the top
and by means of the screws (t2) , which have been removed previously.
••
In case were needed to change the location of the equipments, these joint rods have to be removed previously.
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5.3. CONNECTION.
••
••
•• Depending on the model of stabilizer, the power supply con-
nections are directly done to the terminals or to the own
rods of the input switch or breaker.
This equipment is ready to be installed in mains with
power distribution system TT, TN-S, TN-C or IT, keeping
in mind during the installation the features of the used system
and the national electrical system of the final country.
The cross cable sections used to supply the equipment and loads, will be in accordance with the
nominal power stated in the nameplate sticked in the
equipment, respecting the Low Voltage Electrotechnical
Regulation or norms of the corresponding country.
The illustrations corresponding to models in cabinet (Fig. 4
to 11), are shown with direct connection over the manoeuvring mechanism as a mere example.
Models with no terminals, the connection order will not
differ from the one stated in Fig. 4 to 11, unless the labelling of the equipment states it.
•• Connect the power supply cables to input terminals (X1)
and (X4) in single phase equipments or (X1), (X2), (X3) and
(X4) in three phase equipments, by respecting the phase
rotation R or R-S-T and neutral N stated in the labelling
of the equipment and this manual. If this sequence is not
respected, serious damages will occur in the equipment.
•• The installation will be provided with input protections,
RCD and circuit breakers sized to the current stated in the
nameplate of the equipment at least, and characteristic
equal to the stated figure in the «Recommended installation» document.
For equipments connected to IT distribution power system,
the protection will be four poles in order to break the lines
and neutral in the same manoeuvring.
Overload condition is considered as a nonpermanent and
exceptional operating mode, so these currents will not be
kept in mind when sizing the protection.
In three phase equipments with delta connection, the neutral terminal (X4) is not available.
•• In three phase stabilizers consisting of three single phase cabi-
nets, in case it was requested to have one single point to connect the neutral, joint the neutral rod of the three equipments
by means of the two extensions copper rods (PT). Otherwise
connect the suitable cross cable section to the three terminals
(X4) corresponding to the neutral of each equipment.
•• The output protection will be a circuit breaker with the
characteristic equal to the stated figure in the «Recommended installation» document.
When it is not a conditioning (only one conductor), it is able
to connect a suitable cross cable section to the input neutral terminal (X4) of each equipment.
•• Depending on the model of the stabilizer, some control con-
•• In case of discrepancies between the labelling and the instruc-
nections can be accessible from the rear of the equipment.
Nevertheless any power connection is protected by a cover
and those models in cabinet, it is needed to open the door too.
When the corresponding tasks are finished, the terminal
cover will be put back together with their fixing screws and
those models in cabinet and front door, the door will be
closed by means of the foreseen mechanisms.
•• It is recommended to use spade terminals in all the cables
connected to terminals.
•• Check the correct torque of terminal screws.
5.3.1. Connection of input terminals.
••
As this is an equipment with class I protection against
electrical shocks, it is essential to install the protection
). Connect this conductor,
earth conductor (connect earth
before supplying voltage to the input terminals.
•• In three phase stabilizers consisting of single phase equip-
ments, it is needed and essential to make one of these two
options as regards to the earth:
ˆˆ Joint the earth terminals (screws) (X5) of the three
equipments by means of the cable and connect the protective earth cable coming from the installation to any
of the terminals (X5).
ˆˆ Or come with one separate earth cable to each terminal
(screw) (X5) of each equipment, but they have to come
from the same point.
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tions of this manual, the labelling will always prevail.
5.3.2. Connection of output terminals.
••
As this is an equipment with class I protection against
electrical shocks, it is essential to install the protection
). Connect this conductor,
earth conductor (connect earth
before supplying voltage to the input terminals.
•• Depending on the model of stabilizer, the load or loads con-
nections are directly done to the terminals or to the own
rods of the manual switch option, if it is included.
The illustrations corresponding to models in cabinet (Fig. 4 to
11), are shown with direct connection over the manual bypass
manoeuvring mechanism as a mere example. For those models
without this option, there will always be a terminal strip.
Models with no terminals, the connection order will not
differ from the one stated in Fig. 4 to 11, unless the labelling of the equipment states it.
•• Connect the cables to supply the loads or loads to the
output terminals (X6) and (X9) in single phase equipments
or (X6), (X7), (X8) and (X9) in three phase equipments, by
respecting the phase rotation U or U-V-W and neutral N
stated in the labelling of the equipment and this manual.
Pay attention to the neutral connection in a three phase
unit with star configuration, because if the line is connected instead of the neutral, the load will suffer a high
over voltage that can destroy it.
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In three phase equipments with delta output, the neutral
terminal (X9) is not available.
•• In three phase stabilizers consisting of three single phase cabi-
nets, in case it was requested to have one single point to connect the neutral, joint the neutral rod of the three equipments
by means of the two extensions copper rods (PT), otherwise
connect the suitable cross cable section to the three terminals
(X9) corresponding to the neutral of each equipment.
When it is not a conditioning (only one conductor), it is able
to connect a suitable cross cable section to the output neutral terminal (X9) of each equipment.
5.3.5. Connection of the communication module.
•• Any connection is defined and related in the user's manual
EN030*00 of the communication module. Make the corresponding connections.
5.3.6. Connection of the budged dry contacts option to
terminals.
•• Section 4.7.7 states the signal or alarms layout supplied through
the terminal strip.
Use the suitable cross cable section for the needed voltage and
current, attending the maximum ones that the contacts can
handle.
•• In case of discrepancies between the labelling and the instruc-
tions of this manual, the labelling will always prevail.
•• With respect to the protection that must be placed at the
output of the stabilizer, we recommend that the output power
should be distributed in four lines, at least. Each one of them
should have a circuit breaker protection switch of a quarter
of the nominal power. This type of output power distribution
will allow, in the event of a breakdown in any of the machines
connected to the equipment that causes a short-circuit, will
only affect to the line that is faulty.
The rest of the connected loads will have their continuity assured due to the tripping of the protection of the line affected
by the short-circuit only.
5.3.3. Non-critical loads connection.
•• Equipments with «Non-critical» loads contactor there will be
5.3.7. SICRES Ethernet communication card.
To connect the SICRES card, pay attention to the instructions of
the user's manual EK764*0, supplied together with the documentation CD-ROM of the own SICRES card.
5.3.8. Connection between an external manual Bypass
Panel, stabilizer and loads.
••
As this is an equipment with class I protection against
electrical shocks, it is essential to install the protection
). Connect this conductor,
earth conductor (connect earth
before supplying voltage to the input terminals of the manual
Bypass Panel.
Manual Bypass panel
two output terminal strips. Connect the loads to the corresponding group according to their topology, and attending to
the labelling.
5.3.4. Connection of the protective earth
••
.
As this is an equipment with class I protection against
electrical shocks, it is essential to install the protection
). Connect this conductor,
earth conductor (connect earth
before supplying voltage to the input terminals.
•• Make sure that all the loads connected to the stabilizer, the
protective earth is only connected to this point. The fact of
not respecting the protective earth connection of the load
or loads to this single point, will create backfeed loops to
earth that will affect to the quality of the power supplied.
•• Regardless of the equipment has one or two protection earth
Line
EMi3 Stabilizer
To loads
Fig. 15.Connection of the stabilizer with a manual Bypass
Panel with single cam switch.
Manual Bypass panel
Line
terminals, are always joined to the ground of the stabilizer.
•• In three phase stabilizers consisting of single phase equip-
ments, it is needed and essential to make one of these two
options as regards to the earth :
ˆˆ Joint the earth terminals (screws) (X5) of the three
equipments by means of the cable and connect the protective earth cable coming from the installation to any
of the terminals (X5).
ˆˆ Or come with one separate earth cable to each terminal
(screw) (X5) of each equipment, but they have to come
from the same point.
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EMi3 Stabilizer
To loads
Fig. 16.Connection of the stabilizer with a manual Bypass
Panel with single cam switch and protections.
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Manual Bypass panel
Line
EMi3 Stabilizer
To loads
Fig. 17.Connection of the stabilizer with a manual Bypass
Panel with double cam switch.
•• Connections between the Bypass panel and power supply,
stabilizer and loads will depend on the type of the cam switch
and protections: single (see Fig. 15), if protections switches
are available (see Fig. 16) or double (see Fig. 17).
The fact oof having or not output switch will have no consequences for the connection.
•• The manual Bypass Panel will be connected with the power
supply, stabilizer and loads, by respecting the phase/s rotation
and neutral N and the protective earth cable stated in the labelling of all of them.
•• In case of discrepancies between the labelling and the instruc-
tions of this manual, the labelling will always prevail.
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6. OPERATING.
6.2.1.1. Procedure
•• Turn the input switch of the switchgear panel «On».
6.1. CONTROLS BEFORE COMMISSIONING.
•• Turn the input switch (Q1) «On» of the stabiliser. The fo-
•• Make sure that all the connections have been made prop-
llowing message will be displayed:
•• Check that start up switch of the stabilizer (Q1) is in «0»
MENU CONFIG
SPANISH
ENGLISH
CATALAN
FRENCH
erly and sufficiently tight, respecting the labelling of the
equipment and instructions of section 5.
or «Off» position.
In three phase equipments consisting of three single phase
cabinets, check that all the switches (Q1) corresponding to
the three phases are in «0» or «Off» position.
Otherwise turn it to this position.
•• In equipments with the manual Bypass switch option (Q5),
the preset position from factory of this switch is «0» (Out
of service). Turn the cam switch to position «2» (Stabilizer).
In case the switch (Q5) were at position «1» (Bypass), turn
it to position «2» (Stabilizer).
In three phase equipments consisting of three single phase
cabinets with the manual Bypass option, each one of them
will have a two poles switch (Q5). Put all of them to position «2» (Stabilizer).
Press the «ENT» key to enter in the language menu: Spanish, English, Catalan and French. By default the selected
language is «SPANISH».
Select the required one by means of the key « » or « »,
validate with «ENT» key and move forward to the next
menu with the « » key.
The next menu the nominal input voltage can be selected.
Depending on the equipment if it is single or three phase
and high or low voltage, different values are shown to be
selected. The highlighted values in this document in each
menu are the values already preset from factory respectively.
•• Check that the loads are shutdown.
SINGLE PHASETHREE PHASE
EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT
6.2. START UP AND SHUTDOWN OF THE STABILIZER.
LOWHIGH
VOLTAGEVOLTAGE
115 V 220 V
120 V 230 V
127 V 240 V
133 V
6.2.1. First commissioning procedure.
•• When starting up the equipment for first time and only
once, the installation menu is activated automatically in
the control panel, by default is shown «Spanish». Through
this menu the language of the messages displayed in the
control panel is preset, as well as the input and output
nominal voltages.
In equipments with special voltages (voltages different
from the displayed in the menus shown in this section), the
language will only be set because the equipment is already
preset from factory to the requested voltage values.
•• It is understood as «Start», that the stabilizer is connected
to the electrical mains, with the correct voltage at the input
terminals and the (Q1) switch turned «On».
•• In case of selecting and validating any parameter wrongly,
it will not be possible to activate the installation menu
again, but the language can be changed through the control
panel (see description in «Screen 4.8» of section 7.3.5).
•• The adjustable voltage values that the end-user can select
will depend on the structure of the own equipment and the
metering of the input voltage (single or three phase and
high or low voltage), being not able to select different
ranges than the foreseen for each case as regards of them.
LOWHIGH
VOLTAGEVOLTAGE
200 V 380 V
208 V 400 V
220 V 415 V
230 V
Select the required value by means of the key « » or
« », validate with «ENT» key and move forward to the
next menu with « » key.
In the next menu the nominal output voltage of the stabilizer
is selected. The values to select and the way to operate is
the same as the used in the input voltage menu.
To end the message «ESCAPE» is shown, by default it is
displayed with the option «NO», move with the « » or
« » keys, to display «YES» and validate with «ENT» key.
The LCD panel shows the main screen of the equipment
6.2.2. Start up.
•• Turn to position «I» or «On» the input and/or output switch
located in the protection panel.
ˆˆ Select the language of the LCD panel.
•• Turn to position «I» or «On» the input circuit breaker or
switch (Q1) of the stabilizer and wait 10 s before starting
up the load or loads, in order to leave time to the stabilizer to sense and adjust the output voltage to their nominal
values.
In three phase equipments consisting of three single phase
cabinets, turn to position «I» or «On» the input circuit
breaker or switch (Q1) in each equipment.
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It is always recommended to wait 10 s, when the input circuit
breaker or switch (Q1) is turned to position «I» or «On», in order
to give time to a supposed extreme correction of the input voltage.
6.4. MANUAL BYPASS PANEL, OPTION.
•• In the start up and shutdown procedure of the stabilizer are
•• Start up the load or loads. The equipment is ON.
described the actions to take with the input and/or output
switches of the stabilizer protection panel.
6.2.3. Shutdown of the stabilizer.
The manual Bypass Panel can incorporate as a single part
all these switches, besides of the own Bypass, so the start
up and shutdown procedure of the stabilizer with a manual
Bypass panel, if it has them, it is self-explanatory described
when the start up and shutdown procedures refer to them.
•• Shutdown the load or loads.
•• Turn to position «0» or «Off» the input circuit breaker or
switch (Q1) of the stabilizer.
In three phase equipments consisting of three single phase
cabinets, turn to position «0» or «Off» the input circuit
breaker or switch (Q1) in each equipment.
Do not use the input circuit breaker of the stabilizer
(Q1) as a general ON/OFF switch of the loads and
absolutely DO NOT use them for this function when they
are isolators, because they are not built in to break current.
•• Turn to position «0» or «Off» the input and/or output switch
located in the protection panel.
6.4.1. Supply the loads from mains with the manual Bypass
panel.
•• Shutdown the load and stabilizer as section 6.2.3 states.
•• Turn the manual Bypass switch to position «I» or «On».
•• Start up the loads, they will be directly supplied from AC mains.
6.4.2. Supply the loads from the stabilizer.
•• Shutdown the loads.
6.3. BYPASS MANUAL, OPTION.
6.3.1. Load power supply from mains through the
manual Bypass.
•• Turn the manual Bypass switch to position«0» or «Off».
•• Start up the stabilizer according to section 6.2.2.
•• Shutdown the load and stabilizer as section 6.2.3 states.
•• Turn the manual Bypass switch option (Q5), to position «1»
(Bypass). The stabilizer will be out of service and ready for its
maintenance or fixing in case of fault.
In three phase equipments consisting of three single phase
cabinets with the manual Bypass option, turn the switch
(Q5) of each one of them to position «1» (Bypass).
•• Start up the loads, they will be directly supplied from com-
mercial mains.
If the stabilizer has an additional isolation transformer, the
loads will be supplied from the output of it, in order to take
advantage of its intrinsical features.
••
The manual bypass switch cannot break current/
load, so it is reminded that any action over it will
make a break in the loads as it is break before make type
and also because it shifts through the position «0».
6.3.2. Supply the loads through the stabilizer.
Once the maintenance or fixing tasks have been finished and in
order to leave the stabilizer in operation again, proceed as follows:
•• Shutdown the loads.
•• Turn the manual Bypass switch option (Q5), to position «2»
(Stabilizer).
In three phase equipments consisting of three single phase
cabinets with the manual Bypass option, turn the switch
(Q5) of each one of them to position «2» (Stabilizer).
•• Start up the stabilizer according to section 6.2.2.
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7. CONTROL PANEL.
(b) (a)
7.2. BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE KEYS AND NOTES.
(e) LCD panel.
(e)
(f)«ENT» key.
(g)«ESC» key.
(h) Upward key «
».
(i)
Backward key «
(j)
Right key«
».
(k) Left key «
».
».
•• By means of the upward «
» and backward « » keys,
there is access to the screens chained to the root menu,
being able to move from one to another with themselves.
•• The right «
» and left «
each submenu.
» keys are used to move inside
•• The «ENT» key, has two functions:
ˆˆ To enter into the submenus.
(c) (d)
(i) (k) (h) (j)
(f)
(g)
Fig. 18.Control panel with LCD.
ˆˆ To acknowledge an alarm.
•• When pressing the «ESC» key, allows going back to main
screen, regardless where we are.
•• Basically the control panel is made by LED indicators, LCD
of 2x16 characters and keypad of 6 keys.
7.1. LED OPTIC INDICATORS AND ALARM.
(a) Correct output voltage LED indicator (green colour). It
lights when the output voltage is inside the voltage range.
With wrong output voltage the LED will be off.
(b) Input voltage out of range LED indicator (red colour). It
lights to show the status of the input as an alarm mode.
(c) Urgent alarm LED indicator (red colour). It lights when
the output voltage is out of range and/or there is a motor
failure in any Variac.
(d)
Non-urgent alarm LED indicator (red colour). It lights as a
general alarm mode.
The visual alarms indicators (b), (c) and (d) can be supplied
as dry contacts alarms with the option communication
module (see user's manual EN030*00).
Also, the equipment has an acoustic alarm, which is activated
with any of the displayed alarms in the screen of the LCD panel.
The alarm is disabled when acknowledged, so when ENT» key
is pressed for any active alarm.
It is not possible to silent forever and general the acoustic
alarm.
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•• The screen map of Fig. 19 and 20 are exploded with all sub-
menus of the single and three phase equipments, even with
the ones protected by «Password». Keep in mind this notes:
ˆˆ All the screens has a number reference, in order to be
described or explained later on. Also some of them includes a number between brackets at the opposite site
to the number reference, which are referred to enable a
determined option or a restricted level. This same numbering is used in table 9 to identify the alarms related
to the options.
––
(3)
Output current metering option.
––
(4)
Maximum-minimum protection option.
––
(5)
Communication option.
––
(6)
Non-critical loads disconnection option.
––
(7)
Screens hidden by Password. This safety level
avoids that non-authorised personnel can change
any setting.
ˆˆ In some screens, the maximum number of characters of
numerical or alphanumerical values is represented with
the «x», each one of them corresponds to one character.
•• It is not foreseen that the end-user can modify the preset
settings protected with «Password».
In case of requiring any modification or setting, contact
with our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).
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EMi3 x x x x.x KVA

x x x.x V
  SERIAL NUMBER
x x x x x x x x x x
Screen 0.1

  FIRM VERSION
ODY: x x APP: x x 
Screen 0.2
Screen 0.3

* MEASURES *

  Vout [V]:
x x x.x
Screen 1.1
Screen 1.2
Pout [KW]:
x x x x.x
(3) Screen 1.6
FREQUENCY
x x.x Hz

  Screen 1.3
PTotal [KVA/%]:
x x x x.x / x x.x

  (3) 
Iout [A]:
x x x.x

  (3) (3) 
  Screen 1.4
(3) 
  Screen 1.7
Pout [KVA]:
x x x x.x
PF out:
x.x x
Load [%]:
x x x.x
(3) 
  
 
Screen 1.5
Vin [V]:
x x x.x
Screen 1.8

 
Screen 1.9

Screen 1.10
* OPERATION *

  SYSTEM
RESTART [x x]
Screen 2.1

  Screen 2.2
MAN/AUTOM SEL

[x x x x x]
  (7) Screen 2.3
(7) MOTOR MANUAL

[UP / DOWN]   Screen 2.4
RESET HOURS
MAINT. [NO]
(7) 
Screen 2.7

* ALARMS *

 
See the available alarm list las in table 9. They will be displayed in activation chronological order .
Screen 3.1

* SELECTION *

* PARAMETERS *   Screen 4.1

LANGUAGE

[x x x x x x x x x x]   Screen 4.2
Vout (±10 %)
x x %
* PASSWORD *
(x x x x) x x x x

  Screen 4.6
MODBUS

ADD: x x x x x x x Bd   Screen 4.3
OUTPUT ACCURACY

x.x %
  Screen 4.7
NOMINAL VOLTAGE

INPUT x x x V   Screen 4.4
LAUNCH CONFIG.
MENU [ ]

Screen 4.8
NOMINAL VOLTAGE

OUTPUT x x x V  
Screen 4.5
In section 6.2.1, the screens are
shown in the correlative displayed
way.

Screen 5.1
Fig. 19.Single phase stabilizer screen map.
7.3. DESCRIPTION OF THE SCREENS.
7.3.1. «Start» screen menu.
Screen 0.1
This is the main screen of the system, which is displayed as
soon as the equipment is started. Also, it is the displayed
screen when the ( ) key is pressed in order to escape from
any of the menus or submenus of the control panel with LCD.
It is shown the stabilizer family, apparent power of the model
and output voltage.
Screen 0.2
This screen shows the serial number of the equipment.
Screen 0.3
This screen shows the software version of the equipment.
7.3.2. «Measures» menu.
To access from main screen press once the upward « » key.
By means of the « » key there is access to any screen of the
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submenus, being able to move freely from one to another with
the « » or « » keys.
Screen 1.1
Main screen of Measures menu.
Screen 1.2
It shows the output voltage of the equipment. It shows the
three phase voltages for a three phase equipments.
Screen 1.3
It shows the output current of the equipment. It shows the
three phase current for a three phase equipment.
Screen 1.4
It shows the output apparent power of the equipment. It shows
the three phase output apparent power for a three phase equipment.
Screen 1.5
It shows the output load percentage of the equipment. It shows the
three phase output load percentage for a three phase equipment.
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EMi3 x x x x.x KVA

x x x.x V
  SERIAL NUMBER
x x x x x x x x x x
Screen 0.1

  FIRM VERSION
ODY: x x APP: x x 
Screen 0.2
Screen 0.3

* MEASURES *

  Vout [V]: x x x.x [U]

x x x.x [V] x x x.x [W]   Screen 1.2
Screen 1.1
(3) Pout [KW]: x x x x.x [U]

x x x x.x [V] x x x x.x [W]  (3) 
Screen 1.6
FREQUENCY
x x.x Hz
Iout [A]: x x x.x [U]
Pout [KVA]: x x x x.x [U]


x x x.x [V] x x x.x [W]   x x x x.x [V] x x x x.x [W]  Screen 1.3
PTotal [KVA/%]:
x x x x.x / x x.x
(3) (3) 
  Screen 1.7
(3) Screen 1.4
Load [%]: x x x.x [U]

x x x.x [V] x x x.x [W]  
(3) PF out: x.x x [U]

x.x x [V] x.x x [W]   Screen 1.5
Vin [V]: x x x.x [R]

x x x.x [S] x x x.x [T]  
Screen 1.8
Screen 1.9

Screen 1.10
* OPERATION *

  Screen 2.1

(7) 
  Screen 2.2
* ALARMS *

 
SYSTEM
RESTART [x x]
(7) T MOTOR MANUAL

[UP / DOWN]   Screen 2.6
MAN/AUTOM SEL

[x x x x x]
  Screen 2.3
RESET HOURS
MAINT. [NO]
(7) (7)
R MOTOR MANUAL

[UP / DOWN]   Screen 2.4
S MOTOR MANUAL

[UP / DOWN]  
(7) Screen 2.5

Screen 2.7
See the available alarm list las in table 9. They will be displayed in activation chronological order .
Screen 3.1

* SELECTION *

* PARAMETERS *   Screen 4.1

* PASSWORD *
(x x x x) x x x x
LANGUAGE

[x x x x x x x x x x]   Screen 4.2
Vout (±10 %)
x x %

  Screen 4.6
MODBUS

ADD: x x x x x x x Bd   Screen 4.3
OUTPUT ACCURACY

x.x %
  Screen 4.7
NOMINAL VOLTAGE

INPUT x x x V   Screen 4.4
LAUNCH CONFIG.
MENU [ ]

Screen 4.8
NOMINAL VOLTAGE

OUTPUT x x x V  
Screen 4.5
In section 6.2.1, the screens are
shown in the correlative displayed
way.

Screen 5.1
Fig. 20.Three phase stabilizer screen map.
Screen 1.6
7.3.3. «Operation» menu.
It shows the output active power of the equipment. It shows the
three phase output active power for a three phase equipment.
To access from main screen press twice the upward « » key.
By means of the « » key there is access to any screen of the
submenus, being able to move freely from one to another with
the « » or « » keys.
Screen 1.7
It shows the total output apparent power and the total output
load percentage of the equipment.
Screen 1.8
It shows the load output power factor of the equipment. It
shows the three phase output power factor for a three phase
equipment.
Screen 1.9
It shows the input voltage of the equipment. It shows the three
phase input voltage for a three phase equipment.
Screen 1.10
Screen 2.1
It is the gateway to the operation menu.
Screen 2.2
Manual rearming in case the stabilizer is blocked.
Screen 2.3
Motor move selection, manual or automatic (regulation at nominal voltage). In case of Manual selection, the motor is moved
through the screen 2.4 in single phase equipments or through
the screens 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6 in three phase equipments.
It shows the input frequency of the equipment.
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Screen 2.4
Screen alarm
Description
Enabling
level
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH
Input voltage higher than the
nominal + the high range.
In single phase
equipment.
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH R
Phase R input voltage higher
than the nominal + the high
range.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH S
Phase S input voltage higher
than the nominal + the high
range.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH T
Phase T input voltage higher
than the nominal + the high
range
In three phase
equipment
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE LOW
Input voltage lower than nominal
– the low range.
In single phase
equipment.
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE LOW R
Phase R input voltage lower than
the nominal – the low range.
In three phase
equipment
Screen 2.6
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE LOW S
Phase S input voltage lower than
the nominal – the low range.
In three phase
equipment
In three phase equipments with independent phase regulation
and Manual selection in the screen 2.3, it supplies voltage
to the motor of phase T in order to increase or decrease the
output voltage with « » or « » keys respectively.
ALARM INPUT
VOLTAGE LOW T
Phase T input voltage lower than
the nominal – the low range.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM OVERLOAD
Load connected at the output
higher than 100 %. Single phase
equipment only
In single phase
equipment
+ (3)
ALARM
OVERLOAD R
Load connected at the output of
phase R higher than 100 %.
In three phase
equipment
+ (3)
ALARM
OVERLOAD S
Load connected at the output of
phase S higher than 100 %.
In three phase
equipment
+ (3)
ALARM
OVERLOAD T
Load connected at the output of
phase T higher than 100 %.
In three phase
equipment
+ (3)
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH
Output voltage higher than
nominal + high accuracy.
In single phase
equipment
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH R
Phase R output voltage higher
than nominal + high accuracy.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH S
Phase S output voltage higher
than nominal + high accuracy.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE HIGH T
Phase T output voltage higher
than nominal + high accuracy.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE LOW
Output voltage lower than
nominal – low accuracy.
In single phase
equipment
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE LOW R
Phase R output voltage lower
than nominal – low accuracy.
In three phase
equipment
AALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE LOWA S
Phase S output voltage lower
than nominal – low accuracy.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM OUTPUT
VOLTAGE LOW T
Phase T output voltage lower
than nominal – low accuracy.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM
FAIL MOTOR
The stabilizer is not at the limit
and it can't stabilize.
In single phase
equipment
ALARM
FAIL MOTOR R
The stabilizer is not at the
limit and it can't stabilizer the
phase R or the three phases for
common regulation three phase
equipments.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM
FAIL MOTOR S
The stabilizer is not at the limit
and it can't stabilizer the phase
S in an independent phase
regulation equipment.
In three phase
equipment
ALARM
FAIL MOTOR T
The stabilizer is not at the limit
and it can't stabilizer the phase
T in an independent phase
regulation equipment.
In three phase
equipment
With Manual selection, the screen 2.3, supplies voltage to the
motor in clock or counter clock wise in order to increase or decrease the voltage by means of « » or « » keys respectively.
In three phase equipments with independent phase regulation,
it is used for phase R and in stabilizers with common regulation,
the regulation is applied to the three phases.
Screen 2.5
In three phase equipments with independent phase regulation
and Manual selection in the screen 2.3, it supplies voltage
to the motor of phase S in order to increase or decrease the
output voltage with « » or « » keys respectively.
Screen 2.7
The preventive maintenance timer is reset..
7.3.4. «Alarm» menu.
To access from main screen press three times the upward «
» key. By means of the « » key there is access to any screen
of the submenus, being able to move freely from one to another
with the « » or « » keys
Screen 3.1
It is the gateway to the Alarm menu.
Table 9 shows the different available alarms in a EMi3 stabilizer, they will be displayed in chronological activation order.
Pay attention, if the equipment is single or three phase, because the number of alarms is higher in the second one because there more lines.
Keep in mind that some alarms are only available when the
equipment includes the option.
7.3.5. «Parameter selection» menu.
To access from main screen press four times the upward « »
key. By means of the « » key there is access to any screen of
the submenus, being able to move freely from one to another
with the « » or « » keys.
Screen 4.1
It is the gateway to the Parameter menu.
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ˆˆ In equipments with high output voltage:
Screen alarm
Description
Enabling
level
ALARM FAIL
SYSTEM FILE
Parameter system not coherent.
Any.
ALARM FAIL
MAINTENANCE
Notification of needing for
preventive maintenance.
Any
ALARM RELAY
OVERLOAD
Overload relay activated because
the load is higher than 100 %.
(3).
ALARM RELAY
MAX-MIN
Maximum-minimum relay
activated because it is out of
range.
(4).
ALARM DIGITAL
INPUT A
The external digital output has
been activated.
(5).
Output voltage set point setting in %. This setting modifies the
preset nominal output voltage to a higher or lower value.
NON PRIOTARY
LOADS DISCONNEC.
Non-critical load level has been
exceeded.
(6).
Screen 4.7
Tabla 9. Available alarm list depending on the model.
–– Output star connection (Phase - Neutral measure-
ment): among 220 / 230 / 240V.
–– Output delta connection (Phase - Phase measure-
ment): among 380 / 400 / 415 V.
Screen 4.6
Output voltage accuracy setting, which can be adjusted between 0,5 and 5 %.
Screen 4.8
Screen 4.2
Selection of the language of the LCD panel messages: Spanish,
English, French and Catalan.
Screen 4.3
Setting of MODBUS address of the equipment and Baud rate.
Screen 4.4
Nominal input voltage selection.
ˆˆ In equipments with low input voltage.
–– Input star connection (Phase - Neutral measure-
ment): among 115 / 120 / 127 / 133 V.
–– Input delta connection (Phase - Phase measure-
ment): among 200 / 208 / 220 / 230 V.
ˆˆ In equipments with high input voltage:
–– Input star connection (Phase - Neutral measure-
ment): among 220 / 230 / 240 V.
–– Input delta connection (Phase - Phase measure-
ment): among 380 / 400 / 415 V.
Screen 4.5
Nominal output voltage selection.
Access to the setting screens of the equipment when it is
implemented an upgraded firmware from version 104. By means
of the screen 4.8, the selected voltages done in the installation
menu can be changed and corrected the wrong selections or
even to set the equipment for a new installation.
The voltage values that the end-user will be able to select in
the setting menu for a single or three phase structure and high
or low voltage will depend in the constructive features of the
equipment.
Any different value from the standard setting is already set
from factory, so the screens to select the input and output
voltages will not be available in the installation menu. It is
understood as NON STANDARD, those voltage values different
from the ones stated in the screen 4.4, because under request
the equipments can be manufactured with other voltages with
their respective LCD panel metering.
7.3.6. «Password» menu.
To access from main screen press 5 times the move forward
« » key. By means of the « » key there is access to the
different screens of its submenus, being able to move freely
from one to another by means of the « » or « » keys.
Screen 5.1
Access to the screens protected by password. T.S.S. staff has
only access to these screens.
ˆˆ In equipments with low output voltage.
–– Output star connection (Phase - Neutral measure-
ment): among 115 / 120 / 127 / 133 V.
–– Output delta connection (Phase - Phase measure-
ment): among 200 / 208 / 220 / 230 V.
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8. MAINTENANCE, WARRANTY AND SERVICE.
•• If the EMi3 has a serious overload, the coal of the brush
8.1. BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE FOR PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE.
(9)
Using the EMi3 properly, they do not require so much attention.
Nevertheless a periodic inspection from time to time due the
wear in some parts and operating conditions is recommended.
8.1.1. Annual inspection.
8.1.1.1. General.
•• Check the transmission system of the Variac is still aligned.
Correct if it is needed. (8)
•• Check that the movement of the Variac is uniform (no vibra-
tions and no steps).
Probably, it is required the replacement of the motor or gear
system. (8)
•• Check that the limit switches work properly.
(8)
Probably, it is required the replacement of the limit
switch. (8)
In case it is needed to take actions in an equipment,
call to our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).
8.1.1.2. Brushes.
•• Check the free move of the brushes.
Probably, it is required the replacement of the brush. (8)
•• Check the contact surface is smooth.
Probably, it is required the replacement of the Variac. (8)
•• Check the pressure over the winding through the spring is
correct.
(8)
can be damaged, even if there is not any visible damage in
the winding. (9)
Contact with our Service and Technical Support
(S.T.S.) to proceed to replace the brush before
starting up the Stabilizer.
Besides of the preventive checking shown in this document, for
any other problem or doubt about the operating of the stabilizer,
contact with out Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).
8.2. WARRANTY CONDITIONS.
8.2.1. Warranty terms.
The warranty conditions for the acquired product can be found
in our website and in that you will be able to register it. It is
recommended to do it as soon as possible in order to include it
in the Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.) database. Among
other advantages, it will be easier to make any regulatory process to allow the S.T.S action in case of any hypothetical fault.
8.2.2. Out of scope of supply.
Our company is not forced by the warranty if it appreciates that the defect in the product doesn’t exist or it was
caused by a wrong use, negligence, installation and/or
inadequate testing, tentative of non-authorised repairing
or modification, or any other cause beyond the foreseen
use, or by accident, fire, lightnings or other dangers.
Neither it will cover, in any case, compensations for
damages or injuries.
8.3. TECHNICAL SERVICE NETWORK.
Coverage, both national and international, from our Service and
Technical Support (S.T.S.), can be found in our Website.
Probably, it is required the replacement of the brush
spring. (8)
In case it is needed to take actions in an equipment,
call to our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).
8.1.1.3. Advices.
•• It is advisable to clean the track with a wet cloth in alcohol
and check that it is smooth without any deformation. This
action can only be done with the equipment completely
shutdown (no voltage).
8.1.1.4. Particular cases.
•• If the EMi3 has been out of order for long time and without
any protection coat, it is better to clean the dust placed in
the track before starting up the equipment.
•• If the stabilizer is installed in a corrosive environment or with
a lot of dust, it is important to clean the track and brushes
holder regularly with a cloth damped with alcohol. This action can only be done with the equipment completely shutdown (no voltage).
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9. ANNEXES.
9.1. STANDARD EQUIPMENTS GENERAL TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS.
Input
Voltage
Single phase 220 / 230 or 240 V (phase + neutral and PE)
Three phase 3x380 / 3x400 / 3x415 V (3 phases + neutral and PE)
Other voltages and configurations under request
Range
±15 % as standard and under request up to ±30 %
Frequency
48.. 63 Hz
Output
Voltage
Single phase 220 / 230 or 240 V (phase + neutral and PE)
Three phase 3x380 / 3x400 / 3x415 V (3 phases + neutral and PE)
Other voltages and configurations under request
Accuracy
±1 % (adjustable between 1.. 5 %)
Output voltage adjustment
Frequency
±5 %
48.. 63 Hz
Response time
Up to 70 V/s
Efficiency
96.5.. 97.5 %
Voltage harmonic injection
< 0.2 %
Disconnection voltage value
Adjustable (With Maximum-Minimum protection only)
Permissible overload
Up to 200 % for 20 s
Possible load fluctuation
0.. 100 %
Power facgtor influence
Independent
Indications
At the front of the equipments
Control panel with LCD of 2x16 characters + 4 LEDs of status
Communications
RS232 serial port and Slot for SICRES
Standard or optional depending on model (see table 1, 3, 5 and 7)
Two dry contact to terminals
Option
SICRES card
Option
Communication module
Option
Generals
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Cooling
Acoustic noise level at 1 m
Relative humidity
Maximum operating altitude
Dimensions and weight
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
Protection degree
– 10.. + 55 ºC
– 20.. + 85 ºC
Natural or forced cooling depending on the model
<45 dB(A) and models with forced cooling <65 dB(A)
Up to 95 % non-condensing
2.400 m. a.s.l.
See table 1 to 8
60.000 h
30 min
IP20
Standards
Safety
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Marking
Certification body
Quanlity and Environmental Management
IEC/EN 62103
EN/IEC 61000-6-4; EN/IEC 61000-6-2
CE
SGS
ISO 9001 and ISO 140001
Tabla 10. General technical specifications.
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