CD3000S-3PH Thyristor Unit

CD3000S-3PH Thyristor Unit
CD3000S-3PH
Thyristor Unit
USER’S MANUAL
Rev. 01/2007
from 125A to 500A
CD Automation S.r.l.
Via Picasso 34/36 - 20025 – Legnano (MI) – ITALY
Tel +39 0331 577479 – Fax +39 0331 579479
E-Mail: [email protected] - WEB: www.cdautomation.com
SUMMARY
1 Important warnings for safety..................................................................................... 5
2 Introduction ................................................................................................................ 7
3 Quick Start .................................................................................................................. 8
4 CD3000S Sizing ........................................................................................................... 8
5 Identification and Order Code...................................................................................... 9
5.1 Identification of the unit
5.2 Order Code
9
10
6 Installation ................................................................................................................ 11
6.1 Environmental installation conditions
6.2 Dimensions and Weight
6.3 Fixing holes
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12
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7 Wiring instructions .................................................................................................... 14
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Removing the cover
Wiring details
Power Terminals
Command Terminals
Diagram of control connection
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14
16
17
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8 Power output features ............................................................................................... 19
8.1 Derating curve
8.2 Cooling fans
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9 Led status and Alarms ............................................................................................... 20
9.1 LED Status Table
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10 Firing type ............................................................................................................... 20
10.1 Zero Crossing (ZC)
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11 Connection description ............................................................................................ 21
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
Access to the Electronic boards
Supply the Electronic Board
Input command
Digital Input
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22
23
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12 Internal Fuse ........................................................................................................... 24
12.1 Fuse Code
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13 Maintenance ............................................................................................................ 25
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
Trouble Shooting
Fans
Maintenance
Repairing procedure
Warranty condition
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26
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14 CD Automation’s distributors ................................................................................... 27
15 Note ........................................................................................................................ 29
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1 Important warnings for safety
This chapter contains important information for the safety. The not observance of these instructions may
result in serious personal injury or death and can cause serious damages to the Thyristor unit and to the
components system included.
The installation should be performed by qualified persons.
The Thyristor unit are integral part of industrial equipments. When it is supply, the
Thyristor unit is subject to dangerous tensions.
•
Don't remove the protection Cover.
•
Don't use these unit in aerospace applications and/ or nuclear.
The nominal current corresponds to use at temperature not superior to 45°C.
•
The Thyristor unit must be mounted in vertical position and without obstruction above
and below to allow a good flow ventilation.
•
The hot air of one thyristor unit must not invest the unit positioned above.
•
For side by side placed leave a space of 15mm between the unit.
A suitable device must ensure that the unit can be electrically isolated from the supply, this
allows the qualified people to work in safety.
Protection (Protection, Protezione)
The unit have IP20 protection rating as defined by the specific international. Is necessary
consider the place of installation.
Earth (Terre, Messa a terra)
For safety, the Thyristor unit with isolated heat-sink must be connected to earth.
Earth impedance should be correspondent to local earth regulation. Periodically the earth
efficiency should be inspected.
Electronic supply (Alimentation électronique, Alimentazione elettronica)
The electronic circuit of the Thyristor unit must be supplied by dedicated voltage for all
electronic circuits and not in parallel with coil contactors, solenoids and other.
It's recommended to use a shielded transformer.
Electric Shock Hazard (Risque de choque électrique, Rischi di scosse elettriche)
When the Thyristor unit is energized, after the power supply is shut off, wait least a minute
for allow the discharge of the internal capacitors where there is a dangerous tension. Before
working, make sure that:
•
Only authorized personnel must perform maintenance, inspection, and replacement
operations.
•
The authorized personnel must read this manual before to have access to the unit.
•
Unqualified People don't perform jobs on the same unit or in the immediate vicinities.
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Important warnings (Attention, Avvertenze importanti)
During the operations with units under tension, local regulations regarding electrical
installation should be rigidly observed:
•
Respect the internal safety rules.
•
Don't bend components to maintain insulation distances.
•
Protect the units from high temperature humidity and vibrations.
•
Don't touch components to prevent electrostatic discharges on them.
•
Verify that the size is in line with real needs.
•
To measure voltage current etc. on unit, remove rings and other jewels from fingers
and hands.
•
Authorized personnel that work on thyristor unit under power supply voltage must be
on insulated board
This listing does not represent a complete enumeration of all necessary safety cautions.
Electromagnetic compatibility
(Compatibilità électromagnétique, Compatibilità elettromagnetica)
Our thyristor units have an excellent immunity to electromagnetic interferences if all
suggestions contained in this manual are respected. In respect to a good Engineering
practice, all inductive loads like solenoids contactor coils should have a filter in parallel.
Emissions (Emission, Emissioni)
All solid-state power controllers emit a certain amount of radio-frequency energy because of
the fast switching of the power devices.
The CD Automation’s Thyristor unit are in accord with the EMC norms, CE mark.
In most installations, near by electronic systems will experience no difficulty with
interference. If very sensitive electronic measuring equipment or low-frequency radio
receivers are to be used near the unit, some special precautions may be required. These
may include the installation of a line supply filter and the use of screened (shielded) output
cable to the load.
Note
Warning: This icon is present in all the operational procedures where the Improper
operation may result in serious personal injury or death
Caution: This icon is present in all the operational procedures where the Improper
operation can cause damage for the Thyristor unit.
CD Automation reserves the right to modify the own products and this manual without any
advise.
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2 Introduction
A thyristor unit is semiconductor device which acts as a switch formed by two thyristors in ant parallel.
To switch on the alternating current the input signal will be on and the thyristor will switch off at first
Zero Crossing voltage with no input signal.
The benefits of thyristor units compared with elettromechanical contactors are numerouses: no moving
parts, no maintenance and capacity to switch very fast. Thyristors are the only solution to control
transformers and special loads that change resistance with temperature and with age.
Thyristor
Load
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3 Quick Start
Caution: this procedure must be performed only by qualified persons.
If the Order Code of the Thyristor unit is in line with what you really need, then CD3000S has been
already configured in Factory and you just need to do the following steps:
1. Verify the CD3000S Sizing. Making sure that:
•
The load current is equal or less than the MAX current of CD3000S.
•
The load voltage is equal or less than the MAX voltage of CD3000S.
(see par. 4)
2. Verify the Order Code
(see par. 5.2)
3. Verify the Installation
(see par. 6)
4. Verify the Diagram of control connection:
•
All auxiliary connections must be done in line with wirings on this manual.
•
Verify that there isn’t a short circuit on the load.
•
Verify that the Reset Contact on terminal 7 and 8 are closed
(see par. 7.5)
5. Supply the Electronic boards
(see Order Code)
6. Supply the Fan at 230VAC ±15% 50/60Hz (110VAC ±15% 50/60Hz Optional)
(see par. 8.2)
The CD3000S Thyristor unit is ready to start.
4 CD3000S Sizing
4.1.1 Star wiring with resistive load
I=
P
1,73V
V = Nominal voltage phase to phase
I = Nominal current of the load
P = Nominal power of the load
4.1.2 Delta wiring with resistive load
I=
P
1,73V
V = Nominal voltage phase to phase
I = Nominal current of the load
P = Nominal power of the load
4.1.3 Open Delta wiring with resistive load
I=
P
3V
V = Nominal voltage phase to phase
I = Nominal current of the load
P = Nominal power of the load
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5 Identification and Order Code
5.1 Identification of the unit
Caution: Before to install, make sure that the Thyristor unit have not damages. If the
product has a fault, please contact the dealer from which you purchased the product.
The identification's label give all the information regarding the factory settings of the Thyristor unit, this
label is on the unit, like represented in figure.
Verify that the product is the same thing as ordered (see par. 5.2).
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5.2 Order Code
Model
1
2
3
4
5
CD3000S-3PH
1
Max Current of CD3000S
125A
225A
350A
450A
150A
300A
400A
500A
The Max Current must be equal or more than Load Current
2
Load Voltage
Specify this value to configure the unit in CD Automation
3
Max Voltage of CD3000S
480V
600V
The Max Voltage must be equal or more than Load Voltage
4
Voltage supply for the Electronic boards
90:130 From 90 to 130Vac; 10VA
170:265 From 170 to 265Vac; 10VA
230:345 From 230 to 345Vac; 10VA
300:530 From 300 to 530Vac; 10VA
510:690 From 510 to 690Vac; 10VA
5
Input
SSR
4÷30Vdc
6
Firing Type
ZC
Zero Crossing
7
Option
IF
NF
110Fan
UL
Internal Fuse (standard)
Without Fuse
Fan voltage supply 110VAC ± 15% (std 230VAC ± 15%) 50/60Hz
UL Certification
10
6
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6 Installation
Caution: Don't install near the hot elements or near the units that could give
electromagnetic interferences.
The CD3000 Thyristor unit must be always mounted in vertical position to improve air cooling on heatsink. Maintain the minimum distances in vertical and in horizontal as represented.
When more unit has mounted inside the cabinet maintain the air circulation like represented in figure.
Sometimes is necessary installing a fan to have better air circulation.
6.1 Environmental installation conditions
Ambient temperature
0-45°C at nominal current. Over 45°C use the
derating curve (see par. 8.1)
Storage temperature
-25°C to 70°C
Installation place
Don’t install at direct sun light, where there are
conductive dust, corrosive gas, vibration or water
and also in salty environmental.
Altitude
Up to 1000 meter over sea level. For higher
altitude reduce the nominal current of 2% for each
100m over 1000m
Humidity
From 5 to 95% without condense and ice
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6.2 Dimensions and Weight
CD3000S 3PH
125A÷150A (S11)
CD3000S 3PH
225A (S13)
CD3000S 3PH
300A÷500A (S14)
H
H
W
D
H
D
W
D
W
Size
W(mm)
H(mm)
D(mm)
Weight (kg)
125A (S11)
137
440
270
10,5
150A (S11)
137
440
270
18
225A (S13)
262
440
270
18
300A (S14)
262
520
270
22,5
350A (S14)
262
520
270
22,5
400A (S14)
262
520
270
22,5
450A (S14)
262
520
270
22,5
500A (S14)
262
520
270
22,5
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6.3 Fixing holes
CD3000S 3PH
125A÷150A (S11)
CD3000S 3PH
225A (S13)
CD3000S 3PH
300A÷500A (S14)
Size
A(mm)
B(mm)
C(mm)
125A (S11)
97
410
97
150A (S11)
97
410
97
225A (S13)
222
410
222
300A (S14)
222
490
222
350A (S14)
222
490
222
400A (S14)
222
490
222
450A (S14)
222
490
222
500A (S14)
222
490
222
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7 Wiring instructions
Caution: this procedure must be performed only by qualified persons.
The Thyristor unit could be susceptible to interferences lost by near equipments or by the power supply,
for this reason in accord to the fundamental practices rules is opportune take some precautions:
•
The electronic circuit of the Thyristor unit must be supplied from a dedicated voltage and not with
inductive or capacitive loads. We recommend the use of a screened transformer.
•
The coil contactor, the relays and other inductive loads must be equipped with opportune RC filter.
•
Use shielded bipolar cables for all the input and output signals.
•
The signal cables must not be near and parallel to the power cables.
•
Local regulations regarding electrical installation should be rigidly observed.
For safety connect the heat-sink to the earth with his terminal.
7.1 Removing the cover
Instructions for open the thyristor unit size S11,S13 and S14
7.2 Wiring details
Use copper cables and wires rated for use at 75°C only.
7.2.1 Power cable torque (suggested)
Current
Connector
Type
Torque
Lb-in (N-m)
Wire
Range
AWG / kcmil
Wire
Terminal
125A,150A,
225A
Terminal Block
M8
265 (30.0)
1
4/0
Copper wire
Compact (Solid) Stranded
300A
Bus Bar
with M8 screw
505 (57.0)
2x1/0
350
UL Listed (ZMVV)
Copper Tube Crimp. Lug
350A,400A
Bus Bar
with M10 screw
505 (57.0)
2x3/0
600
UL Listed (ZMVV)
Copper Tube Crimp. Lug
450A
Bus Bar
with M10 screw
505 (57.0)
Bus bar
30x6mm
500A
Bus Bar
with M10 screw
505 (57.0)
Bus bar
60x4mm
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7.2.2 Power cable dimensions (suggested)
Supply
Current
Cable
Load
Screw
Cable
Screw
mm²
AWG
M
mm²
AWG
M
125A (S11)
50
1
M8
50
1
M8
150A (S11)
70
1/0
M8
70
1/0
M8
225A (S13)
120
4/0
M8
120
4/0
M8
300A (S14)
2 x 70
2 x 1/0
M8
2 x 70
2 x 1/0
M8
350A (S14)
2 x 95
2 x 3/0
M10
2 x 95
2 x 3/0
M10
400A (S14)
2 x 95
2 x 3/0
M10
2 x 95
2 x 3/0
M10
450A (S14)
Bus Bar
30 x 6 mm
Bus Bar
30 x 6 mm
500A (S14)
Bus Bar
60 x 4 mm
Bus Bar
60 x 4 mm
7.2.3 Cable dimensions (suggested) of Earth and of the Command Terminals
Earth
Current
Cable
Command Terminals
Screw
Cable
mm²
AWG
M
mm²
AWG
125A (S11)
16
6
M8
0,50
18
150A (S11)
16
6
M8
0,50
18
225A (S13)
25
4
M8
0,50
18
300A (S14)
50
1
M8
0,50
18
350A (S14)
50
1
M8
0,50
18
400A (S14)
50
1
M8
0,50
18
450A (S14)
70
1/0
M8
0,50
18
500A (S14)
70
1/0
M8
0,50
18
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7.3 Power Terminals
Warning: Before connecting or disconnecting the unit check that power and control cables
are isolated from voltage sources.
Terminal
Description
L1
Line Input Phase 1
L2
Line Input Phase 2
L3
Line Input Phase 3
T1
Load Output Phase 1
T2
Load Output Phase 2
T3
Load Output Phase 3
CD3000S 3PH
125A÷150A (S11)
L1
L2
L3
CD3000S 3PH
225A (S13)
L1
L2
T1
L1 T1 L2
T1
T2
CD3000S 3PH
300A÷500A (S14)
L3
T2
L1
L2
L3
T1
T2
T3
T3
T2 L3 T3
T3
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7.4 Command Terminals
Warning: Before connecting or disconnecting the unit check that power and control cables
are isolated from voltage sources.
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Voltage Supply for Electronic Boards (see par. 11.2)
Not Used
Voltage Supply for Electronic Boards (see par. 11.2)
Earth
Fan supply voltage (see par. 8.2)
Fan supply voltage (see par. 8.2)
RESET
RESET
(+)Input command signal SSR
(-)Input command signal SSR
Terminal
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
0V GND
Output +8Vdc stabilized 1 mA MAX
(+)Output command for Slave unit
(-)Output command for Slave unit
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
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7.5 Diagram of control connection
Caution: this procedure must be performed only by qualified persons.
L1
L2
L3
L1
L2
L3
*1
L1
L2
L3
*2
1
2
3
4
Fan Power
Supply
5
6
7
Reset
Input:
- +
8
9
10
SSR
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
T1
T2
19
T3
20
TO LOAD
NOTE:
•
* The user installation must be protecting by electromagnetic circuit breaker or by fuse isolator.
•
*² Use an appropriate external transformer based on the voltage supply of the electronic board
(see the identification label)
•
To work, the Reset Contact on terminal 7 and 8 must be closed.
Load Type
T1
T2
Delta
T3
T1
T2
T3 L1 L3 L2
Open Delta
T1
T2
Star
18
T3
T1
T2
T3
Star + Neutral
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8 Power output features
Repetitive peak
reverse voltage
Latching
current
Max peak
one cycle
Leakage
current
I2T value
max
Frequency
range
Power loss
Isolation
Voltage
(V)
(480V)
(600V)
(mAeff)
(10msec.)
(A)
(mAeff)
tp=10msec
(Hz)
I=Inom (W)
Vac
125A
24÷600
1200
1600
450
2000
15
19100
47÷70
450
2500
150A
24÷600
1200
1600
450
2000
15
19100
47÷70
540
2500
225A
24÷600
1200
1600
300
4800
15
108000
47÷70
810
2500
300A
24÷600
1200
1600
300
5250
15
128000
47÷70
1080
2500
350A
24÷600
1200
1600
200
7800
15
300000
47÷70
1260
2500
400A
24÷600
1200
1600
200
8000
15
306000
47÷70
1440
2500
450A
24÷600
1200
1600
1000
17800
15
1027000
47÷70
1620
2500
500A
24÷600
1200
1600
1000
17800
15
1027000
47÷70
1800
2500
Current
Voltage
range
(A)
8.1 Derating curve
I
K
MAX
= I
NOM
x K
1
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
45
55
65
75
85
8.2 Cooling fans
°C
The CD3000S thyristor unit is equipped with a cooling fans. The supply voltage is standard 230VAC
±15% 50/60Hz or optional 110VAC ±15% 50/60Hz.
The fan’s power consumption is below listed:
C
Size
Number of fans
UL
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Number of fans
125A, 150A
One Fan - 14W
One Fan - 14W
225A
Two Fans - 30W
Two Fans - 30W
350A, 450A
Two Fans - 30W
Four Fan - 60W
300A, 400A, 500A
Four Fan - 60W
Four Fan - 60W
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9 Led status and Alarms
9.1 LED Status Table
On the CD3x00 Electronic board there are two LED that indicates the state of the Electronic cards:
LED
For All size
STATUS
DESCRIPTION
The power supply is not connected or fault on the electronic board
Aux
Power supply and Electronic board is OK
OFF Condition(Load IS NOT Powered)
ON
ON Condition(Load IS Powered)
= OFF
= ON
10 Firing type
The firing type has already configured in line with customer requirements that are defined in the Order
Code. The Order Code is written on the identification label.
10.1 Zero Crossing (ZC)
ZC firing mode is used with Logic Output from temperature controllers and the Thyristor operates like a
contactor.
The Cycle time is performed by temperature controller. ZC minimizes interferences because the Thyristor
unit switches ON-OFF at zero voltage.
VOLTAGE SUPPLY (V)
LOAD VOLTAGE (V)
SSR from controller
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11 Connection description
11.1 Access to the Electronic boards
To have access to the electronic boards the user must removing the unit’s cover
(see par.7.1)
Warning: Before operate, be sure that power and control cables are isolated from voltage
sources
CD3x00 board
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11.2 Supply the Electronic Board
The CD3000S thyristor unit, to work, requires a voltage supply for the electronic board.
The consumption is 10VA max.
The voltage supply for the electronic board is configured in line with customer requirements that are
defined in the Order Code. The Order Code is written on the identification label.
Warning: Before connecting or disconnecting the unit check that power and control cables
are isolated from voltage sources.
Terminal
1
2
3
4
Description
Voltage Supply for Electronic Board
Not Used
Voltage Supply for Electronic Board
Earth
To change auxiliary supply voltage sold the correct link-jumper on CD3x00 board
The type of mounted transformer depends of the chosen Voltage in the order code.
(See par. 5.2)
Link-Jumper J9+J11
Link-Jumper J10
Transformer Type
TR-605 120V
TR-605 230V
TR-605 300V
Link-Jumper J9+J11
90:130V
170:265V
230:345V
Link-Jumper J10
300:530V
510:690V
If the Auxiliary Voltage (written on the identification label) is different from Supply Voltage (to the load),
use an external transformer with primary equal to load voltage and secondary equal to the Auxiliary
Voltage.
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11.3 Input command
The CD3000S thyristor unit have an input of command to drive the output power
11.3.1 Input command signal configuration (Terminals 9 and 10 - see par. 7.4)
The Input command signal is already configured in line with customer requirements that are defined in
the complete product code. The product code is written on the identification label.
However, if you wish to see the jumper configuration see below:
Caution: this procedure must be performed only by qualified persons
Type
SSR
Input features
Current drain 5mA
ON
≥ 4Vdc Max 30Vdc
OFF
< 1Vdc
J7
J13
J16
J17
OPEN
CLOSE
A-B
A-B
JP16
JP7
CBA
ABC
JP17
JP13
CBA
11.4 Digital Input
CD3000S thyristor unit has one digital input.
11.4.1 Reset (Terminals 7 and 8 see par. 7.4)
Open link to terminals 7-8 to stop the CD3000S thyristor unit.
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12 Internal Fuse
The CD3000S thyristor unit have internal fuse extrarapid at low I²t for the thyristor protection of against
the short-circuits.
The fuse must have I²t lower than the thyristor one (I²t max)
Caution: USE ONLY EXTRARAPID FUSE WITH APPROPRIATE I²T
12.1 Fuse Code
200 kARMS Symmetrical A.I.C.
Size
Qty
Fuse CODE
Current
(A RMS)
I²T
(A²sec)
Vac
125A (S11)
FU2x100FE
200
11200
660
3
150A (S11)
FU2x100FE
200
11200
660
3
225A (S13)
FUURB315
315
82000
660
3
300A (S14)
FU450FMM
450
105000
660
3
350A (S14)
FU550FMM
550
215000
660
3
400A (S14)
FU550FMM
550
215000
660
3
450A (S14)
FU700FMM
700
420000
660
3
500A (S14)
FU700FMM
700
420000
660
3
Caution: The Fuses must have I²t 20% less than thyristor's I²t.
Caution: High speed fuses are used only for the thyristor protection and can not be used to
protect the installation.
Caution: The warranty of thyristor is null if no proper fuses are used. See tab.
Warning: The user installation must be protected by electromagnetic circuit breaker or by
fuse isolator.
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13 Maintenance
13.1 Trouble Shooting
Small problems sometimes can be solved locally with the help of the below tab of trouble shooting. If
you don’t succeed, contact us or your nearest distributor
Symptom
Indication on
front unit
Green LED
(Aux) is always
light off
Thyristor unit
doesn’t go in
conduction with
input signal
Green LED
(Aux) light on
Green LED (ON)
light off
Green LED
(Aux) light on
Green LED (ON)
light on
Load current
flows also with no
input signal
Thyristor unit
doesn’t work
properly
Green LED (ON)
is always light
off.
Possible reasons of the symptom
•
No voltage auxiliary power
•
•
•
No input signal
Reversed polarities of input signal
Reset contact is open
•
•
•
•
Fuse failure
Load failure
Load connection interruption
Thyristor faulty and always in open
circuit
With HB option the yellow led (HB) is
light on
•
•
Wrong wiring
Short circuit on thyristor
Actions
•
Give auxiliary voltage supply
(see wiring diagram)
•
•
Provide to give input signal
Reverse the input signal
polarity
Make link on reset terminals
(see wiring diagram)
•
•
•
•
•
Substitute the fuse
Check the load
Check the wiring
Substitute the faulty thyristor
•
•
Check the load wiring
Substitute the thyristor
•
Verify the auxiliary voltage
supply
If there is HB option the red LED (SC) is
light on
•
Auxiliary voltage supply out of
limits
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13.2 Fans
The thyristor unit with forced ventilation uses fans that rotate permanently when the unit is supplied. In
case of fan failure, the heat-sink can be reach high temperature. In this case to give protection to
thyristor there is a thermal switch properly setted. The function of this switch is to open the input signal
until the heat-sink temperature falls below the setted value. This means that also with input signal in ON
condition the unit is switched OFF and the system can not work at full power. For this reason is
important to control periodically the fans status checking that are rotating.
13.3 Maintenance
For maintain a correct cooling, the consumer must clean the heat-sink and the protective grate of the
fans. The frequency of these operations depends on the atmospheric local pollution.
Check also that the screw of the power terminals and earth terminals are shut correctly
(see Diagram of control connection).
13.4 Repairing procedure
•
•
•
•
Phone to CD Automation.
Explain to Service Engineer the problem because sometimes it can be solved with a phone call.
If this is not possible, ship the unit to CD Automation or to your distributor.
Write a fault description and give the name of your personnel to which refers.
Use a rugged packaging to ship the unit.
13.5 Warranty condition
CD Automation gives a 12 months warranty to its products. The warranty is limited to repairing and
parts substitution in our factory and does exclude products not properly used and fuses.
Warranty does not include products with serial numbers deleted. The faulty product should be shipped to
CD Automation at customer’s cost and our Service will evaluate if product is under warranty terms.
Substituted parts remain of CD Automation property.
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14 CD Automation’s distributors
For a rapid service, please contact the distributor nearest to you:
ITALY
CABE S.r.l.
Via Ferrara, 15/17
40018 S. Pietro in Casale (BO)
Tel: 051 6661345
Fax: 051 6661283
Sig. Bergonzoni
[email protected]
Vectra Misure S.r.l.
Via Gaidano, 109/17
10137 Torino (TO)
Tel: 011 3097003
Fax: 011 3098799
Sig. Cochis
[email protected]
CEAM Control Equip. S.r.l.
Via Val d'Orme, 291
50053 Empoli (FI)
Tel: 0571 924181
Fax: 0571 924505
Sig. Campinoti
[email protected]
Secif S.a.s.
Via Bachelet, 27
35010 Busa di Vigonza (PD)
Tel: 049 8934422
Fax: 049 8934415
Sig. Ferro
[email protected]
Studio Rapaccini S.a.s.
Via del Rivo, 138
05100 Terni (TR)
Tel: 0744 305105
Cell: 335 6163428
Fax: 0744 305110
Dott. Rapaccini
[email protected]
Sidis srl
via L.da Vinci, 6/7
I-25080 Molinetto di Mazzano (BS)
Tel: 030212151
Fax: 0302121536
Sig. Ravetta
[email protected]
INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTORS
PICS NV
Middelmolenlaan, 110
2100 Deurne
Belgium
Tel: +32 332 65959
Fax: +32 332 66770
Mr. Berge Billiauws
http://www.pics.be
OY E Sarlin AB
PL-750
01610 Vantaa
Finland
Tel: +358 950444259
Fax: +358 95666951
Mr. Tapio Ala Ketola
http://www.sarlin.com
Hengstler Div. Cont. Ind.
94-106 Rue B. Pascal Z.I. des Mardelles
93602 Aulnay Sous Bois Cedex
France
Tel: +33 148795541
Fax: +33 1498795561
Mr. Laurent Mulley
http://www.hengstler.com
Mesa Industrie-Elektronik GmbH
Elbestr., 10
45768 Marl
Germany
Tel: +49 2365915220
Fax: +49 2365915225
Mr. Peter Hallwas
Toshniwal Instruments Mfg Pvt Ltd
PO Gagwana Pin
305023 Dist. Ajmer
India
Tel: +91 145420506
Fax: +91 145420505
Mr. Ravi Toshniwal
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CasCade Automation Systems BV
Ridderhaven, 16
2984 BT Ridderkerk
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 180463870
Fax: +31 180463871
Mr. Patrick Braams
http://www.cascade.net
[email protected]
Paragon Alliance Ltd
PO Box 104 - Pevensey
BN23 5WZ - East Sussex
England
Tel: +44 1323740800
Fax: +44 1323740018
Mr. Jeremy Watson
http://www.paragonalliance.co.uk
[email protected]
Teck Instrument AS
Verksveien, 7
N-3330 Skotselv
Norway
Tel: +47 32 241300
Fax: +47 32 241301
Mr. Johan Petter Haffner
http://www.teck.no
[email protected]
LA-Konsult AB
Agatan, 1
73440 Hallstahammar
Sweden
Tel: +46 22010905
Fax: +46 22010403
Mr. Leif Johansson
http://www.la-konsult.se
[email protected]
SRC Sistemas de Regulacion y Control, SL
Avda. del Cantabrico, 11. Pabellon, 6
Poligono Industrial Betoño
01013 Vitoria-Gasteiz (Alava)
Spain
Tel: +34 945259455
Fax: +34 945258852
[email protected]
http://www.srcsl.com
CONTROLTEMP, SL
C/ Rafael Casanovas, 21 local.
08130 Sta Perpetua de Mogoda
Barcelona
Spain
Tel: +34 935741320
Fax: +34 935744116
[email protected]
http://www.controltemp.net
CRA - Mess-, Regel- + Antriebstechnik AG
Stampfstrasse, 74
CH-8645 Jona
Switzerland
Tel: +41 552126959
Fax: +41 552126960
Mr. Chiauzzi
http://www.cra.ch
[email protected]
Danaher Corporation
1675 Delany Road
Gurnee, IL 60031-1282
USA
Tel: +1 8473605310
Fax: +1 8476626633
Mr. Andrew Ross
http://www.dancon.com
[email protected]
Electronica Francisco Palma Saavedra
Av. Amerigo Vespucio 513-B
Villa Alto Jahuel, 2 - Pudahuel - Santiago
Chili
Tel: +56 27482023
Fax: +56 27482032
Mr. Francisco Palma S.
[email protected]
Beta Technic Aps
Bygstubben, 5
DK - 2950 Vedbaek
Denmark
Tel: +45 45662208
Fax: +45 45662206
Sune Granzow
http://www.betatechnic.dk
Bresimar LDA
Quinta Do Simao en 109 Esgueira
997 Aveiro
Portugal
Tel: +351 214951760
Fax: +351 234303329
Mr. Carlos Breda
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