Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 Installation and

Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 Installation and

Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370

Installation and commissioning manual

PSE 18-600-7

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PSE 18-600-70

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Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 Installation and commissioning manual 1SFC132057M0201

Installation and Commissioning Manual

ABB Softstarters PSE18...PSE370

1 General

This is the Installation and Commissioning Manual for Softstarters Type PSE18…

PSE370 based on software version 01.01.00.

Document number: 1SFC132057M0201

Edition: 01

Revision: A

Issue date: 2010-10-21

Data subject to change without notice.

We reserve all rights to this document, even in the event that a patent is issued and a different commercial proprietary right is registered. Improper use, in particular reproduction and dissemination to third parties, is not permitted.

This document has been carefully checked. If the user nevertheless detects any errors, he is kindly asked to notify us as soon as possible.

The data contained in this manual is intended solely for the product description and is not to be deemed to be a statement of guaranteed properties. In the interests of our customers, we constantly seek to ensure that our products are developed to the latest technological standards.

As a result, there may be some differences between the softstarter and the information in this manual.

Author’s address:

ABB AB

Cewe-Control

SE-721 61 Västerås, Sweden

Telephone: +46 (0) 21 32 07 00

Telefax: +46 (0)21 12 60 01 http://www.abb.com/lowvoltage

© Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. Specification subject to changes without notice.

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2 Safety

This chapter describes warning and information signs used in this manual, which the user should pay attention to.

The softstarter shall be installed by authorized personnel only.

This manual is a part of the PSE Softstarter and should always be accessible to personnel working with this product.

The manual shall always be read through before performing any installation or commissioning tasks.

2.1 Use of signs caution, warning and information

Caution!

Caution icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in personal injury.

Warning!

Warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in damage to equipment or property.

Information

Information sign alerts the reader to pertinent facts and conditions.

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Chapter

1 Introduction.............................................

7

2 Quickstart................................................

11

3 Description..............................................

15

4 Mounting.................................................

27

5 Connection..............................................

31

6 Human-Machine Interface (HMI)..............

45

7 Functions and configuration.....................

55

8 Fieldbus communication (option).............

79

9 Maintenance............................................

81

10 Troubleshooting.......................................

83

11 Wiring diagrams.......................................

93

12 Index........................................................

97

Customer feedback report............................... 100

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Notes

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Chapter 1 Introduction

About the complete set of documentation for a softstarter .........................

About the installation and commissioning manual ......................................

Intended audience .................................................................................

General .............................................................................................

Requirements ....................................................................................

Revision notes and other documents .....................................................

Acronyms and abbreviations ..................................................................

10

8

8

9

9

9

9

Explanation of concepts .........................................................................

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1:1 About the complete set of documentation for a softstarter

For the Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 Installation and Commissioning Manual the following documents are available:

1SFC132057M0201 (English British version)

1SFC132057M3401 (Swedish)

1SFC132057M0101 (German)

1SFC132057M0301 (French)

1SFC132057M0901 (Italian)

1SFC132057M0701 (Spanish)

1SFC132057M1601 (Portuguese)

1SFC132057M3101 (Dutch)

1SFC132057M4001 (Polish)

1SFC132057M1101 (Russian)

1SFC132057M1801 (Finnish)

1SFC132057M1901 (Turkish)

1SFC132057M1301 (Arabic)

1SFC132057M2001 (Chinese)

1SFC132057M2201 (English US version)

These will only be available as PDF-files. Please check: www.abb.com/lowvoltage/. On this site select the link Control Products and then continue to Softstarters.

1:2 About the Installation and Commissioning

Manual

This manual contains instructions on how to install, commission and maintain the softstarter. The manual covers procedures for mechanical and electrical installation, and installation of communication devices. It also covers energizing, setting, and configuration and verifying settings.

For brief information see Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 User Manual short form, containing the same languages as the Installation and Commissioning

Manual. Soft Starters Type PSE18...PSE370 User Manual short form has document ID 1SFC132059M9901.

For quickest possible start, read chapter 2 Quickstart.

A complete compilation of ABB’s softstarters can be found in Main catalogue

Softstarters, document ID 1SFC132005C0201.

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1:2.1 Intended audiences

1:2.1.1 General

The installation and commissioning manual is intended for the installation, commissioning, and maintenance personnel responsible for getting the softstarter into normal service and out of service.

1:2.1.2 Requirements

The installation personnel must have a basic knowledge in handling electric equipment. The commissioning and maintenance personnel must be well experienced in using this kind of equipment.

1:2.2 Revision notes and other documents

For latest information on revisions and other documents related to the PSE

Softstarters, please check www.abb.com/lowvoltage/. On this site select the link

Control Products and then continue to Softstarters.

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1:2.3 Acronyms and abbreviations

The acronyms and abbreviations described in table 1.1 are used in this manual.

LCD

LED

PCB

PLC

PTC

SC

SCR

TOR

Uc

Ue

Us

FB

FBP

HMI

Ie

IT

Table 1.1

Acronym/ abbreviation

BP

DOL

EOL

Description

By-pass

Direct-on-line

Electronic overload protection for the Motor

Fieldbus

FieldBusPlug

Human-Machine Interface

Rated operational current

Information Technology

Liquid Crystal Display

Light Emitting Diode

Printed Circuit Board

Programmable Logic Controller

Positive Temperature Coefficient

Short Circuit

Silicon Controlled Rectifier (thyristor)

Top of Ramp (full voltage/Full-On)

Rated control circuit voltage *

Rated operational voltage *

Rated control supply voltage *

*) For definition see IEC 60947-1 edition 5.0

1:2.4 Explanation of concepts

The setting of current Ie is the setting for the rated operational current (main current) of the motor.

Ue = Rated operational voltage on the motor’s operational current (three phase main voltage feeding the motor).

Us = Rated control supply voltage, feeding the electronics in the softstarter.

Uc = Rated control voltage, used for controlling the softstarter.

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Chapter 2 Quickstart

Quickstart .................................................................................................

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A B

Ready Run Protection Fault

Chapter 2 Quickstart

This chapter is a short guide on how to connect, do the configuration and start the softstarter in the easiest way.

This product has been carefully manufactured and tested but there is a risk that damage can occur from such as transportation and incorrect handling.

Therefore, the procedure below should be followed during initial installation:

Warning!

Mounting, electrical connection and settings of the softstarter shall be made in accordance with existing laws and regulations and be performed by authorized personnel.

Exit Select

Reset

Warning!

Connecting Softstarters PSE18...PSE370 Inside Delta will cause damage to the equipment, and there is a risk of death or serious injury.

C E

Figure 2.1:

LED status indicators.

A

B

C

LCD display with backlight.

D

D

E

PSE

In Line

PSE

Inside Delta

Exit key for cancelling parameter edits and moving up one menu level.

Select/Reset key for changing and storing parameter values, moving down one menu level, and to reset tripping events.

Warning!

Before connecting the Softstarters PSE size 18...PSE170 to operational supply voltage for the first time, the control supply voltage must be turned on to ensure that the by-pass relays are in the open position. This is necessary to avoid unintentional starting of the equipment during the connection.

Navigation keys for navigating the menu and changing parameter values. Flashing numbers or text shown in the display indicates that the menu/value can be changed or scrolled.

1. Be aware of the ambient temperature. Derating is required above 40 °C

(104 °F). See chapter 3:6.

2. Mount the softstarter according to Chapter 4 Mounting.

KM1

L1

L2

L3

N

Start

8 9

Start

Stop

Stop

11

Caution

!

Hazardous voltage. Will cause death or serious injury. Turn off and lock out all power supplying this device before starting work on this equipment.

3. Connect the terminals 1L1, 3L2 and 5L3 to the operational voltage on the power supply line side.

4. Connect the terminals 2T1, 4T2 and 6T3 to the motor.

1L1 3L2 5L3 1 2 8 9

10 11

Run TOR Event

12 13

14

3 4 5

2T1 4T2 6T3

U V W

3

M

Figure 2.2: Example connection of PSE Softstarter

Warning!

Capacitors for power factor compensation are not allowed between the softstarter and the motor, since this can cause current peaks which can damage the thyristors in the softstarter. If such capacitors are to be used, they should be connected on the line side of the softstarter.

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Exit Select

Reset

Exit

B

Select

Reset

Exit

D

Select

Reset

Exit

C

Select

Reset

5. Connect control supply voltage to terminals 1 and 2 (100-250 V 50/60 Hz).

6. Connect the functional earth to terminal 14, with an earthing point close to the softstarter.

The earthing is not a protective earth, it is a functional earth. The earthing cable should be as short as possible. Maximum length 0.5 m. The earthing cable should be connected to the mounting plate, which should also be earthed.

7. Connect the start, stop and other control circuits including the analog out to the terminals, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 if needed. This section is using an internal

24 V DC. Do not feed with any external voltage.

Exit

A

Select

Reset

Exit Select

Reset

Warning!

Do not connect an external voltage to the control terminals 8, 9, 10,

11, 12, 13 and 14. Failure to observe the above may damage the softstarter and the warranty may no longer be valid.

8. Connect terminals 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 when using the signal output relays. These are potential free contacts for maximum 250 V AC, 1,5 A AC-15. Make sure you are using the same voltage level within this terminal section.

A

B

C

Warning!

The same external voltage (maximum 24 V DC or maximum 250 V

AC) must be connected to the output relay terminals 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

Failure to observe the above may damage the softstarter and the warranty may no longer be valid.

Figure 2.3:

Configuration of the parameter Rated Current.

9. Switch ON the control supply voltage Us, terminals 1 and 2.

If disabled, press any key to activate the light in the display. Enter the application setting by pressing the Select key a second time.

10. Continue to configure parameter Ie as described in figure 2.3. Complete information about configuration is available in chapter 6 Human Machine

Interface and chapter 7 Functions and configurations.

Press select again to enable editing of the Ie parameter. This is indicated by a flashing value.

11. Switch ON the operational voltage Ue. The green “Ready” LED will turn solid.

Increase or decrease the value by pressing the

Up or Down keys repeatedly. Holding the key down will speed up the change. Press the Exit key to abort change.

12. Give start command to the softstarter.

D When the rated current of the motor is reached, press the Select key again to save.

If needed, continue to set other parameters according to the application following the same procedure.

Caution!

Depending on the two phase control, a connected motor terminal always carries live hazardous voltage. Do not touch terminals when voltage is applied. Output terminals will have live voltage even when the device is OFF. This can cause death or serious injury.

Press the Exit key to return to the top level.

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Chapter 3 Description

Overview ...................................................................................................

Markings and connections .........................................................................

Type designation ........................................................................................

Documentation ..........................................................................................

Environmental influence .............................................................................

Specifications ............................................................................................

Technical data ...........................................................................................

General .................................................................................................

Weights .................................................................................................

Softstarter types ...................................................................................

IEC information .....................................................................................

information ..................................................................................

Dimensions ...........................................................................................

Drilling plan ............................................................................................

21

22

23

25

19

19

20

18

18

19

16

17

18

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Chapter 3 Description

This chapter describes the PSE Softstarter in general, specifications as well as available accessories and spare parts.

L1

L2 L3

M

Figure 3.1: Integrated By-pass. Controlled phases 1 and 3 (L1 and L3).

Figure 3.2: All PSE Softstarters has torque control possible to activate both during start and stop.

3:1 Overview

The PSE Softstarter is a microprocessor-based softstarter designed with the latest technology for soft starting and soft stopping of three-phase squirrel cage motors.

The softstarter has several advanced features as standard.

• Integrated by-pass in phases L1 and L3, see figure 3.1.

• Thyristors are used on phases L1 and L3 for controlling the motor voltage.

Phase L2 is directly connected to the motor, see figure 3.1.

• Select between voltage ramp or torque control during start and stop.

• Motor protection, as well as underload and locked rotor protection.

The keypad on the front is designed to be as user-friendly as possible, with a clear display showing icons.

The PSE Softstarter can be controlled in two ways:

• Hardwire inputs control

• Fieldbus communication interface

Only one type of control method can be enabled simultaneously. Default selection is hardwire inputs control.

The integrated fans for cooling are operated only during ramping (start/stop) and when the temperature of the heat sink is high. The temperature is monitored by a thermistor mounted on the heat sink.

Check that you have the correct product in regards to operational voltage, control supply voltage and rated motor data. See chapter 3:3 Type designation.

The PSE18...PSE370 Softstarters operates over wide voltage ranges.

• Rated operational voltage 208 - 600 V AC

• Rated control supply voltage 100 - 250 V AC

Warning!

The product should only be used within the specified ratings.

Be aware of the ambient temperature and altitude above sea level. Derating is required above 40 °C (104 °F) and above 1000 m (3281 ft).

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3:2 Markings and connections

Line side connection

Supply voltage U s

Green

Green

Yellow

Red

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PSE 18-600-70

Terminal marking of control circuits

Display

Keypad

Order code

Technical data according to IEC 947-4-2

Technical data according to UL 508 and CSA-C22.2 No. 14-05

Fieldbus connection

Motor side connection

Figure 3.3: Markings and connections

External Keypad connection

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PSE18 - 600 - 70

A

B

Figure 3.4: Type designation

C D

3:3 Type designation

Type designation to be found on the softstarters front. See figure 3.4.

A

Softstarter type: PSE

B

Current rating: 18 = 18 A

C

Operational voltage: 600 = 208 - 600 V 50/60 Hz

D

Control supply voltage: 70 = 100 - 250 V 50/60 Hz

3:4 Documentation

Documentation such as brochures, catalogs, certificates, and drawings included can be found at: www.abb.com/lowvoltage. Select the link Control Products and then continue to Softstarters.

3:5 Environmental influence

The product is designed to minimize the environmental effects during manufacturing and use of the product. Most of the materials used, are of recycle type, and shall be handled and recycled according to existing laws.

Further information regarding used material and recycling of the product can be found at: www.abb.com/lowvoltage

3:6 Specifications

Table 3.1

Degree of protection

(Operational circuit)

IP 00

Operating position Vertical at ± 30 o

Ambient temperature Storage: -40 o C to + 70 o C (-40 o F to 158 o F)

Altitude

Operation: -25 o derating.

C to + 40 o

C (-13 o

F to 104 o

F) without

+ 40 o

% /1 o

C to + 60 o

C (104 o

C (0.6% / 1,8 o

F).

F to 140 o

F) with derating 0.6

1000 m (3281 ft.) above sea level without derating.

Pollution degree

Relative humidity

Standards

Standards

Marine approval

1000-4000 m (3281 - 13123 ft.) above sea level with derating

0.007% / m.

3

5-95% (non-condensing)

IEC 60947-1

IEC 60947-4-2

EN 60947-1

EN 60947-4-2

UL 508

Contact your ABB sales office

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3:7 Technical data

3:7.1 General

Table 3.2

General data

Rated insulation voltage, Ui

Rated operational voltage, Ue

Rated control supply voltage, Us

Voltage tolerance

Frequency tolerance

Rated impulse withstand voltage

Number of controlled phases

Inputs

Analog out

Cooling system

Rated form

Rated duty

EMC

Recommended fuse

Supply circuit

Communication protocols

600 V

208-600 V 50 / 60 Hz

100 - 250 V 50 / 60 Hz

+10% to -15%

± 5%

6 kV operational circuit

/ 4 kV control supply circuit

2

Reset

4-20 mA

Fan

Form 1

Uninterrupted

IEC 60947-4-2 Class A

1

Lloyds Register (2002)

6A Delayed

MCB use characteristics

DeviceNet/Profibus/Modbus/CANopen

1

This product has been designed for class A equipment. Use of the product in domestic environments may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to employ additional mitigation methods.

3:7.2 Weights

Table 3.3

Type

PSE18...60

PSE72...105

PSE142...170

PSE210

PSE250...370

Weight in kg

2.4

2.5

4.2

12.4

13.9

Weight in lbs

5.3

5.5

9.2

27.3

30.6

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3:7.3 PSE Softstarter types

Table 3.4

Type

Rated Current Ie (A)

Motor size 380 - 415 V (kW)

Motor size 480 V (hp)

Motor size 600 V (hp)

Power loss at Rated Current (W)

Power supply requirements (VA)

PSE 18 PSE 25 PSE 30 PSE 37

18

7.5

10

25

11

15

30

15

20

37

18.5

25

15

0.2

16

20

0.4

16

25

0.5

16

30

0.8

16

Table 3.5

Type

Rated Current Ie (A)

Motor size 380 - 415 V (kW)

Motor size 480 V (hp)

Motor size 600 V (hp)

Power loss at Rated Current (W)

Power supply requirements (VA)

PSE 45 PSE 60 PSE 72 PSE 85

45 60 72 85

22 30 37 45

30

40

1.2

16

40

50

2.2

16

50

60

3.1

16

60

75

4.3

16

Table 3.6

Type

Rated Current Ie (A)

Motor size 380 - 415 V (kW)

Motor size 480 V (hp)

Motor size 600 V (hp)

Power loss at Rated Current (W)

Power supply requirements (VA)

PSE 105 PSE 142 PSE 170 PSE 210

106

55

75

143

75

100

171

90

125

210

110

150

100

6.6

16

125

12.1

16

150

17.6

16

200

8.8

23/350

Table 3.7

Type

Rated Current Ie (A)

Motor size 380 - 415 V (kW)

Motor size 480 V (hp)

Motor size 600 V (hp)

Power loss at Rated Current (W)

Power supply requirements (VA)

PSE 250 PSE 300 PSE 370

250 302 370

132 160 200

200

250

250

300

300

350

12.5

18 27.4

23/350 23/350 23/350

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Softstarter

Type

PSE18-600-70

PSE25-600-70

PSE30-600-70

PSE37-600-70

PSE45-600-70

PSE60-600-70

PSE72-600-70

PSE85-600-70

PSE105-600-70

PSE142-600-70

PSE170-600-70

PSE210-600-70

PSE250-600-70

PSE300-600-70

PSE370-600-70

3:7.4 IEC information

Equipment suitable for use in a circuit with maximum available fault current as shown when protected by devices indicated in table 3.8. Examples of semiconductor fuses and MCCB according to IEC. For more information about fuses see: http://www.abbcontrol.fr/coordination_tables/coordtable.htm

Table 3.8

Type 2 co-ordination

Fuses

IEC

Type 1 co-ordination

MCCB

MCCB

170M1569

170M1571

170M1572

170M3819

170M5809

170M5810

170M5812

170M5813

170M6812

170M6813

Type

170M1563

170M1564

170M1566

170M1567

170M1568

600V

Iq 85kA

Semicond. Bussmann

DIN 43620

450A

500A

630A

700A

160A

250A

315A

400A

800A

900A

Rating

40A

50A

80A

100A

125A

400V

Iq 35kA

400V

Iq 50kA

Type

T2N160 MA20

T2N160 MA32

T2N160 MA52

T2N160 MA52

T2N160 MA52

T2N160 MA80

T2L160 MA80

T2L160 MA100

T3N250 MA160

T3N250 MA200

T3N250 MA200

T4N320 PR221-I In320

T5N400 PR221-I In400

T5N400 PR221-I In400

T5N630 PR221-I In630

Type

T2S160 MA20

T2S160 MA32

T2S160 MA52

T2S160 MA52

T2S160 MA52

T2S160 MA80

T2S160 MA80

T2S160 MA100

T3S250 MA160

T3S250 MA200

T3S250 MA200

T4S320 PR221-I In320

T5S400 PR221-I In400

T5S400 PR221-I In400

T5S630 PR221-I In630

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3:7.5 information

Examples of equipment suitable for use in a circuit with maximum available fault current as shown when protected by devices indicated. See table 3.9. For more information see: http://www.abbcontrol.fr/coordination_tables/coordtable.htm

Table 3.9

Fuses MCCB

MCCB

440-480V

Normal breaker

550-600V 550-600V

High Fault

Current

85kA

Softstarter

Type

PSE18-600-70

Class J Fuses

40A

PSE25-600-70

PSE30-600-70

PSE37-600-70

PSE45-600-70

PSE60-600-70

PSE72-600-70

PSE85-600-70

PSE105-600-70

100A

125A

150A

175A

50A

60A

80A

225A

PSE142-600-70 300A

High Fault

Current

25kA

PSE170-600-70

PSE210-600-70

PSE250-600-70

PSE300-600-70

PSE370-600-70

350A

450A

500A

600A

600A

35kA

High Fault

Current

14kA

18kA

20kA

Normal breaker

Ts3N070TW

Ts3N100TW

Ts3N100TW

Ts3N125TW

Ts3N150TW

Ts3N160TW

T4N250TW

T5N300TW

T5N400 In300

T5N400 PR221

In400

T5N400 PR221

In400

T6N800

PR221DS-LS/I

In600

T6N800

PR221DS-LS/I

In600

T6N800

PR221DS-LS/I

In800

T6N800

PR221DS-LS/I

In800

440-480V

Standard breaker

550-600V

High

Fault

Current

35kA

50kA

High

Fault

Current

25kA

Standard breaker

Ts3L070TW

Ts3L100TW

Ts3L100TW

Ts3L125TW

Ts3L150TW

Ts3L160TW

T4S250TW

T5S300TW

T5S400 In300

T5S400

PR221DS-LS/I

In400

T5S400

PR221DS-LS/I

In400

T6S800

PR221DS-LS/I

In600

T6S800

PR221DS-LS/I

In800

T6S800

PR221DS-LS/I

In800

T6S800

PR221DS-LS/I ln800

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3:7.6 Dimensions

Dimensions PSE 18...105

6,5 mm (0.256 in)

PSE 18-600-70

80 mm (3.150 in)

30 mm (1.181 in)

90 mm (3.543 in)

13 mm (0.512 in)

Dimensions PSE 142...170

6,5 mm (0.256 in)

PSE142-600-70

113,5 mm (4.468 in)

35 mm (1.378 in)

130 mm (5.118 in)

17,5 mm (0.689 in)

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Dimensions PSE 210...370

6,5 mm (0.256 in)

PSE210-600-70

43,75 mm

(1.723 in)

163,5 mm (6.437 in)

19,6 mm

(0.772 in)

190 mm (7.480 in)

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3:7.7 Drilling plan

Drilling plan PSE 18...105

80 mm

(3.150 in

)

M6 (1/4 in)

230 mm (9.055 in

)

Drilling plan PSE142...170

113,5 mm

(4.468 in)

M6 (1/4 in)

278 mm (10.945 in)

PSE 142-600-70

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Drilling plan PSE210...370

163,5 mm

(6.437 in)

M6 (1/4 in)

PSE 210-600-70

532 mm (20.944 in)

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Chapter 4 Mounting

Receiving, unpacking and checking ............................................................

Intermediate storage .............................................................................

Mounting ....................................................................................................

Handling when mounting .......................................................................

Requirements ........................................................................................

Minimum enclosure size ........................................................................

Minimum distance to wall and front .........................................................

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29

30

28

28

28

28

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Figure 4.1: Unpacking PSE18...PSE170

Chapter 4 Mounting

This chapter describes instructions on how to receive the softstarter and how to mount it in a proper way.

4:1 Receiving, unpacking and checking

• Check that the package is turned with the correct side up, figures 4.1 and

4.2.

• Check for transport damages.

• Remove the transport casing.

• Visually inspect the softstarter.

• Check that the order code corresponds with the delivery documents.

• Check that all items are included, according to the delivery note.

• Check the softstarter as well as the package. If you find any damages, please contact the transport company or the supplier immediately.

4:1.1 Intermediate storage

Until the softstarter is mounted it should be stored in its package.

4:2 Mounting

4:2.1 Handling when mounting

The softstarter is available in three physical sizes. All models of PSE can be taken out of the packages and be mounted without lifting equipment. See chapter 3:7.2 for weights.

Figure 4.2: Unpacking PSE210...PSE370

Warning!

Never lift the softstarter by the connection bars, since it may cause damage to the product.

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4:2.2 Requirements

See chapter 3 Description for environmental requirements.

The PSE Softstarters exist in three different physical sizes which are designed to be mounted with M6 bolts as well as bolts of equivalent dimension and strength.

Measures and drilling plans will be found in chapters 3.7.6 Dimensions and 3.7.7

Drilling plan.

H

D

W

Figure 4.3: Dimensions minimum enclosure size

4:2.3 Minimum enclosure size

In applications where the softstarter is installed in an enclosure, the following minimum enclosure sizes are recommended. Dimensions according to the sketch in figure 4.3.

Table 4.1

IEC

PSE18...105

PSE142...170

PSE210...370

W (mm)

400

400

600

H (mm)

500

600

1000

D (mm)

260

260

300

Table 4.2

W (in) H (in) D (in)

PSE18...105

PSE142...170

PSE210...370

20

30

36

24

36

48

Dimensions and drilling plan see chapter 3 Description.

12

12

16

Warning!

Using a too small enclosure and/or failure to follow the instructions in other ways may result in overheating of the PSE Softstarter and operational disturbances.

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4:2.4 Minimum distance to wall and front

Check that a sufficient flow of air for cooling purposes can circulate from the bottom to the top of the softstarter, and has a free passage away. Figure 4.3.

Warning!

Risk of damage to property. Ensure that no liquids, dust or conductive parts enter the softstarter.

Figure 4.4: Airways

A

PSE 18-600-70

C

Make sure that the distances to the surrounding walls are sufficient, and that the mounting angle is within specifications shown in figure 4.5.

Follow the minimum distance to front and wall, as described in figure 4.4 and the table below.

Table 4.3

The values in table 4.3 are minimum distances.

PSE18...105

PSE142...170

PSE210...370

A

(mm

[inch])

100

[3.94]

100

[3.94]

100

[3.94]

B

(mm

[inch])

10

[0.394]

10

[0.394]

10

[0.394]

C

(mm

[inch])

20

[0.788]

20

[0.788]

20

[0.788]

30 O

30

O

30 O

30

O

PSE 18-600-70

PSE 18-600-70

PSE 18-60

0-70

B

A

B

Figure 4.5: Minimum distances to wall and front Figure 4.6: Maximum mounting angle

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Chapter 5 Connection

General ......................................................................................................

32

Electrical connection ..................................................................................

32

Considerations when controlling two or three phases .............................

32

Before connecting softstarters PSE18...PSE170 ..................................

33

In line connection only ............................................................................

33

Connection of operational power circuit ................................................

34

Control supply voltage and control circuit ...........................................

36

Control supply voltage, terminals 1 and 2 ..........................................

36

Functional earth, terminal 14 ..............................................................

37

Start and Stop, terminals 8 and 9 in circuit with terminals 11 or 12 ....

38

Reset event, terminal 10 ....................................................................

39

Analog output, terminals 13 and 14 ...................................................

40

Status output signals, terminals 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 ...........................

41

Connection of communication devices (optional) .........................................

42

External keypad .....................................................................................

42

Technical data for External Keypad ..............................................

42

Transfer of parameters .....................................................................

43

Uploading of parameters ..............................................................

43

Downloading of parameters ..........................................................

43

Fieldbus communication ........................................................................

44

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Chapter 5 Connection

This chapter describes the electrical connections as well as connections for communication devices that have to be made before you can use the softstarter.

5:1 General

Caution!

Mounting and electrical connection of the softstarter shall be made in accordance with existing laws and regulations and be performed by authorized personnel.

Warning!

Hazardous voltage. Will cause death or serious injury. Turn off and lock out all power supplying this device before starting work on this equipment.

For basic connection, see chapter 2 Quickstart.

For circuit diagrams for connection of the softstarter, see chapter 12 Wiring diagrams.

5:2 Electrical connection

KM1

L1

L2

L3

N

Start

8 9

Start

Stop

Stop

11

5:2.1 Considerations when controlling two of three phases

Even when stopped, there will be a voltage on the motor on phase 2. This will not start the motor and the motor will not be heated up (compare with inside delta connection). For more information about two phase control see chapter 3

Description.

Semiconductors do not replace air isolation and the recommended solution is to use a line contactor to break the current. See figure 5.1.

1L1 3L2 5L3

2T1 4T2 6T3

1 2

3

8 9 10 11

Run TOR Event

12 13 14

4 5

NC

6

NO

7

U V W

3

M

Figure 5.1: Connection of PSE Softstarter and connection in series with a line contactor.

Caution!

Depending on the two phase control a connected motor terminal always carries live voltage. Touching terminals and other live parts can result in death or serious injury.

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Since Softstarters PSE18 … PSE370 has control in two phases, the connection must be done In Line only, in accordance with the circuit diagrams in figure 5.2 and in chapter 12.

PSE

PSE

Figure 5.2: ABB PSE Softstarter must be connected In Line only.

Caution!

Softstarters PSE18...PSE370 must not be connected Inside Delta since this will cause damage to the equipment and there is a risk of death or serious injury. Figure 5.2.

5:2.2 Before connecting softstarters PSE18...PSE170

Warning!

Before connecting the Softstarters PSE size 18...PSE170 to operational supply voltage for the first time, the control supply voltage must be turned on to ensure that the by-pass relays are in the open position. This is necessary to avoid unintentional starting of the equipment during the connection.

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1L1

3L2

5L3

5:2.4 Connection of the operational power circuit

The softstarter is recommended to be connected with a line contactor as described in figure 5.1. Additional circuit diagrams will be found in chapter 11 Wiring diagrams.

Softstarters PSE18...PSE105 are provided with Connection Module LD140. The cables must be stripped before connection, and the length of the exposed wire should be 20 mm or 0.8 in. Connect according to figures 5.3 and 5.5.

For Softstarters PSE142...PSE370 the cables must have lugs and be connected to the terminal bars, according to figure 5.4 and 5.5.

Connect the line side to terminals 1L1, 3L2, 5L3.

Connect the motor to terminals 2T1, 4T2, 6T3.

The terminals marking are printed on the front of the softstarter.

1L1

3L2 5L3

2T1 4T2 6T3

2T1 4T2 6T3

Figure 5.3: PSE18...PSE105 connection of the connection module line side and motor side terminals

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Figure 5.4: PSE142...PSE370 connection of the line side and motor side terminals

PSE18...105

1L1 3L2 5L3

M8

10 Nm - 88 lb.in

Using connection module

AWG 2/0 ... 12

2,5 .. 70 mm

2

2,5 .. 70 mm

2

2 x 2,5 .. 70 mm

2

M6

9 Nm - 80 lb.in

Using connection bars max

22 mm

(0.866 in)

2T1 4T2 6T3

PSE142...170

1L1 3L2 5L3

M8

18 Nm - 160 lb.in

max 24 mm (0.945 in) max 22 mm (0.866 in) max 8 mm (0.315 in)

2T1 4T2 6T3

PSE210...370

1L1 3L2 5L3

M10 max 30 mm (1.181 in)

2T1 4T2 6T3

28 Nm - 240 lb.in

Figure 5.5: Tightening torques and dimensions for terminal bars and lugs max 30 mm (1.181 in) max 10 mm (0.394 in)

Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 Installation and commissioning manual 1SFC132057M0201 max

20 mm

(0.787 in) max

5 mm

(0.197 in)

When used for marine applications, please use standard installation cables with concentric conductors for earth.

Enclosure: Use any type of metal enclosure. Our recommendation is that all details like door, box and assembly plate have a good earthing.

Control cables: Use pair twisted signal cable where the connections are to be made to the softstarter. This type of cable always has a screen that shall be connected to earth.

Power cables: Use a collectively (360º) screened / shielded power cable for feeding the motor, and when the softstarter is installed in a separate enclosure, also for the cable feeding the softstarter. Ensure that the screen is connected to earth.

It is not necessary to use a special high frequency screened cable. Any type of conducting screen will do.

This earth conductor shall be 360 degree connected to earth in the cable glands or in the near of the gland.

Warning!

Capacitors for power factor compensation are not allowed between the softstarter and the motor, since this can cause current peaks which can burn the thyristors in the softstarter. If such capacitors are to be used, they should be connected on the line side of the softstarter.

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5:2.5 Control supply voltage and control circuit

When used for marine applications, and if feeding from the outside of the enclosure, then please use a standard cable for feeding the supply voltage and for the control circuit, with an auxiliary bare conductor (earth conductor) and make a 360 degree connection to earth in the glands, or close to the glands. As long as these cables/wires are only internal wiring, inside the enclosure, there is no need for the

360 degree earth connections/protections.

5:2.5.1 Control supply voltage, terminals 1 and 2

Connect neutral and live to terminal 1 and 2, as shown in figures 5.6 and 5.7.

Check that you have the correct control supply voltage Us.

L

N

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Figure 5.6: Terminals for control supply voltage

M3

1 2

3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

4 x 0,8 mm

(0.157 x 0.031 in)

0,5 Nm - 4,3 lb.in

Figure 5.7: Tightening torques and wire area

Softstarters Type PSE18...PSE370 Installation and commissioning manual 1SFC132057M0201

AWG 24 ... 10

0,2 .. 4 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

0,2 .. 4 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

5:2.5.2 Functional earth, terminal 14

Connect the cable to an earthing point close to the softstarter. The cable should be as short as possible. A suitable earthing point would be next to the softstarter on the mounting plate, as shown in figures 5.8 and 5.9. The mounting plate should also be earthed.

This is not a protective earth, it is a functional earth. The earthing cable should be as short as possible. Maximum length 0.5 m.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11 12

13

14

Figure 5.8: Terminal for functional earth

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14

M3

0,5 Nm - 4,3 lb.in

Figure 5.9: Tightening torques and wire area

3,5 x 0,6 mm

(0.138 x 0.24 in)

AWG 24 ... 12

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

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5:2.5.3 Start and Stop, terminals 8 and 9 in circuit with terminals 11 or 12.

The PSE Softstarter has a built-in holding circuit and does not require sustained signals on start input. Use internal control supply voltage from terminals 11 or 12.

Connection of start and stop terminals using conventional circuit with push buttons, see figures 5.9 and 5.11.

A conventional circuit with auxiliary relay is also possible, see figure 5.10 and 5.11.

Start

Stop

Warning!

Do not connect an external voltage to any of the control terminals 8, 9, 10,

11, 12 and 13. Failure to observe the above may damage the softstarter and the warranty may no longer be valid.

L

Start

Stop

N

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PSE 18-600-70

Figure 5.9: Terminals for start and stop, conventional circuit with push button

PSE 18-600-70

Figure 5.10: Terminals for start and stop, conventional circuit with auxiliary relay

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M3

0,5 Nm - 4,3 lb.in

Figure 5.11: Tightening torques and wire area

3,5 x 0,6 mm

(0.138 x 0.024 in)

AWG 24 ... 12

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

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5:2.5.4 Reset event, terminal 10

The reset control terminal 10 is in circuit with terminals 11 or 12 used for remote reset of trip events. See figures 5.12 and 5.13.

Warning!

Do not connect an external voltage to any of the control terminals 8, 9, 10,

11, 12 and 13. Failure to observe the above may damage the softstarter and the warranty may no longer be valid.

Reset

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PSE 18-600-70

Figure 5.12: Terminal for reset event

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M3

0,5 Nm - 4,3 lb.in

Figure 5.13: Tightening torques and wire area

3,5 x 0,6 mm

(0.138 x 0.024 in)

AWG 24 ... 12

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

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5:2.5.5 Analog output, terminals 13 and 14

Analog output can be used for the connection of analog instruments.

If the analog output is used, the cables shall be connected to terminals 12 (+) and

13 (-). See figures 5.14 and 5.15.

Analog out signal can vary in the range 4 - 20 mA, corresponding to 0 - 120 percent of set value for parameter Ie. 100 percent corresponds to 17.3 mA.

Warning!

Do not connect an external voltage to any of the control terminals 8, 9, 10,

11, 12 and 13. Failure to observe the above may damage the softstarter and the warranty may no longer be valid.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PSE 18-600-70

Figure 5.14: Terminals for analog output

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M3

0,5 Nm - 4,3 lb.in

Figure 5.15: Tightening torques and wire area

3,5 x 0,6 mm

(0.138 x 0.024 in)

AWG 24 ... 12

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

0,2 .. 2,5 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

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AC

5:2.5.6 Status output relays, terminals 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7

By connection to terminals 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, RUN, TOR and EVENT are available for a contactor, a PLC or a status indicator, which can use these signals as an input.

The COM connection on terminal 3 is a shared neutral connection for terminals 4,

5, 6, and 7.

Run signal is given from terminal 4 during start ramp, running, and stop ramp if used. It can be used to control the line contactor.

Top of Ramp (TOR) signal is given from terminal 5 when full voltage to the motor is applied.

The event relay is available as normal closed outlet on terminal 6 and normal open outlet on terminal 7. It is indicating a present fault or protection. The event signal can be used as input for a status indicating lamp or a LED.

For connection see figures 5.16 and 5.17.

Warning!

The same external voltage (24 V DC or 110-250 V AC) must be connected to the output relay terminals 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Failure to observe the above may damage the softstarter and the warranty may no longer be valid.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PSE 18-600-70

Figure 5.16: Terminals for status output signals

1 2

3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

M3

0,5 Nm - 4,3 lb.in

4 x 0,8 mm

(0.157 x 0.031 in)

AWG 24 ... 12

0,2 .. 4 mm

2

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

0,2 .. 4 mm

2x0,2 .. 1,5 mm

2

2

Figure 5.17: Tightening torques and wire area

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Figure 5.18: External keypad

5:3 Connection of communication devices (optional)

5:3.1 External keypad

An external keypad for door mounting can be connected to the softstarter. A 3-meter cable including both the USB communication and the power supply to the keypad makes the connection. The cable shall be connected to the external keypad connection at the bottom of the softstarter. See figures 5.18 and 5.19.

The external keypad can also be used for transferring parameters from one softstarter to another during commissioning (temporarily handheld).

Note that IP54 cannot be achieved when the keypad is not mounted.

When the external keypad is used, both keypads will work in parallel, but the softstarter built-in keypad always has the highest priority if the keys on both units are pressed simultaneously.

5:3.1.1 Technical data for External Keypad

General data

Display

Status indicating LEDs

Ambient temperature

Degree of protection

Standards

UL approval

Marine approvals

LCD type

Ready: Green

Run: Green

Proction: Yellow

Fault: Red

Storage: -40 o

158 o

CF).

C to +70 o

C (-40 o

F to

Operation: -25 o

C to +60

+140 o

F).

o C (-13 o F to

IP66

IEC

EN

Type 1, 4x indoor,12

Contact your ABB sales office

Figure 5.20: Connection of external keypad

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5:3.1.2 Transfer of parameters

To transfer (copy) parameters from one PSE Softstarter to another, connect the

External keypad to the chosen softstarter and follow the sequence below. For more information about navigating, see PSE EK Installation instruction for External

Keypad for softstarters PSE, document ID: 1SIC1320661M0201 (available on http://www.abb.com/lowvoltage), and chapter 6 in this manual.

PSE 18-600-70

5:3.1.2.1 Transfer of parameters from softstarter to external keypad

Transfer of parameters from softstarter to external keypad is possible in all states.

Figure 5.21: Transfer of parameters from softstarter to external keypad

Start in Settings Level with cursor on Ie icon. Press Arrow Up to enter Transfer Parameter menu, and the text tP will be displayed on the LCD. Confirm and continue by pressing Select. A text toSS will now be present on the LCD display. Scroll to FrSS and confirm selection by pressing Select key, and the text string FrSS will now be flashing. Continue and save by pressing Select. If the transfer was successful, the text string donE will be displayed on the LCD, otherwise a fault code (see PSE EK Installation instruction for External Keypad for softstarters PSE).

Confirm and save by pressing Select. Press Exit or Select to return to Transfer

Parameter menu. Press then exit for returning to a higher menu level.

PSE 18-600-70

Figure 5.22: Transfer of parameters from external keypad to softstarter

5:3.1.2.2 Transfer of parameters from external keypad to softstarter

Transfer of parameters from external keypad to softstarter is possible only in stand by state.

Start in Settings Level with cursor on Ie icon. Press Arrow Up to enter Transfer Parameter menu, and the text tP will be displayed on the LCD. Confirm and continue by pressing Select. A text string toSS will now be present on the LCD display.

Confirm selection of toSS by pressing Select key, and the text string toSS will now be flashing. Continue by pressing Select. If valid parameters will be accepted, a value for parameter Rated Motor Current Ie will be displayed, otherwise a fault code (see PSE EK Installation instruction for External Keypad for softstarters PSE).

Scroll and select a setting for Ie, see chapter 7:5.1. Confirm selection and save by pressing Select, if transfer is performed the text donE will be displayed, otherwise a fault code. Press Exit or Select to return to Transfer Parameter menu. Press Exit for returning to a higher menu level.

A list showing all parameters which will be transferred is available in chapter 7:3

List of disposable parameters.

The parameters Rated Current of the motor and PSE will not be transferred.

Display Default tP

Description

Transfer Parameter toSS Transfer of parameters from external keypad to softstarter

Transfer of parameters from softstarter to external keypad

Confirmation of successful transfer

How to operate the External keypad, see chapter 6 Human-Machine Interface

(HMI).

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5:3.1 Fieldbus communication

See chapter 8 Fieldbus communication.

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Chapter 6 Human-Machine Interface

(HMI)

Overview ....................................................................................................

46

Application .............................................................................................

46

Design ...................................................................................................

46

LED status indicators .......................................................................

47

LCD display and keypad ....................................................................

48

Locking/unlocking the keypad ..............................................................

49

Reset all settings ..................................................................................

49

Reset of tripping events .........................................................................

49

Menu structure ......................................................................................

50

Information Level ...............................................................................

50

Settings level and settings menu ...................................................

50

Navigating the menu ..................................................................................

52

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Chapter 6 Human-Machine Interface

This chapter describes how the Human-Machine Interface (keypad, LED status indicators and LCD display) works.

A

B

Ready Run Protection

Fault

Exit

Select

Reset

6:1 Overview

6:1.1 Application

The Human-Machine Interface is used for several purposes such as setting up the

PSE Softstarter parameters, including protection functions and fieldbus communication. The HMI is also providing status information by LED status indicators and the LCD display.

The PSE Softstarter monitors and displays different values. When switching on the supply voltage the LCD will first display the Information Level, which is showing motor current, input voltage on the line side, power factor, and voltage to the motor.

The Information Level also displays information on whether the keypad is locked or unlocked.

A

B

C

D

E

6:1.2 Design

The appearance of the HMI is showed in figure 6.1.

C E

Figure 6.1:

LED status indicators.

D

The HMI consists of:

• LED status indicators

• LCD display with backlight

• Selection and navigation keys

LCD display with backlight.

On start-up all LCD segments and LEDs will be briefly illuminated.

Exit key for cancelling parameter edits and exiting one menu level.

The LCD backlight will automatically turn off after some time of inactivity. Turn it on by pressing any key.

Select/Reset key for changing and storing parameter values, entering one menu level, and to reset tripping events.

Navigation keys for navigating the menu and changing parameter values. Flashing numbers or text shown in the display indicates that the menu/value can be changed or scrolled.

When switching on the supply voltage the LCD will first illuminate all available segments, LEDs and the backlight. Thereafter the Information Level is displayed. See figure 7.1.

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6:1.2.1 LED status indicators

The LED status indicators work as in table 6.1:

Table 6.1

LED

Ready

Run

Color Description

Green • Off: when control supply voltage Us is off or unconnected.

• Flashing light when control supply voltage Us is On and operational voltage Ue is Off.

• Steady light when control supply voltage Us is On, and operational voltage Ue is On.

Green • Off when the motor not is running.

• Flashing light when softstarter is controlling operational voltage Ue during start or stop ramp.

• Steady light when full operational voltage Ue is on at Top of Ramp.

Protection Yellow • Off: when the softstarter has not tripped on any protection

• Steady light on protection when reset is not possible.

• Flashing light on protection when reset is possible.

Fault Red • Off: when the softstarter has not tripped on any fault

• Steady light on fault when reset is not possible.

• Flashing light on fault when reset is possible.

When fault or protection LED is activated, the LCD display will show the actual fault or protection as an event code. See table 10.1.

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A

Ready Run Protection Fault

6:1.2.2 LCD display and keypad

The keypad is based on the same user concept as common on mobile phones.

See figure 6.1.

The LCD display contains three rows. The top row has 8 parameter icons. The middle row has a lock symbol, 4 digits and units. The bottom row has 4 parameter icons.

On the middle row various information is presented.

Exit Select

Reset

A cursor A indicates which parameter value is possible to change at each position, as shown in figure 6.2.

The Exit key for cancelling parameter edits and for exiting one menu level.

The Select/Reset key normally has more than one function, such as selecting, changing, storing, and manual reset of tripping events, depending on present view.

Figure 6.2: Cursor indicating parameter accessible for configuration

The navigation keys are used for navigating in the menu and changing parameter values. Flashing numbers or text shown in the display indicates that the parameter value can be changed or scrolled.

If key is held down, scrolling will be faster. When selecting from a list, the scrolling is done in a closed loop.

You will find a description of all settings in chapter 7 Functions and configuration.

The menu structure of the keypad is illustrated in figure 6.7.

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Ready Run Protection Fault

6:1.3 Locking/unlocking the keypad

1. Press the Exit key to exit to the Information Level.

2. The keypad is unlocked if the middle row is not indicating the lock icon to the right.

3. Press both Navigation keys 4 seconds to lock the keypad, and protect all parameter settings from unintentional change from the keypad. See figure 6.3.

4. The keypad is locked if the a padlock is present on the middle row.

5. Press both Navigation keys 2 seconds to unlock the keypad, and allow changes of the parameter settings.

Exit Select

Reset

Figure 6.3: Locking/unlocking the keypad

6:1.4 Reset of all settings

How to reset all the changed parameters back to user default settings is described in chapter 7:6.1.

Ready Run Protection Fault

6:1.5 Reset of tripping events

The Select/Reset key can be used to reset tripping events via the keypad, see figure 6.4. For details about resetting of tripping events, see chapter 7.6.

Exit Select

Reset

Figure 6.4: Reset of tripping events

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Exit

6:1.6 Menu structure

The structure of the menu is described in figure 6.8. All different parameters and levels of the menu, and how they can be reached by scrolling, are also described.

Figure 6.5: Information Level

6:1.6.1 Information Level

By pressing a key the backlight will be switched on, and the Information Level will be displayed. The Information Level contains general operational information described in chapter 7:1.

Use navigation keys to present all selections. The selections are presented one by one on the middle row. See figure 6.5 and menu structure in figure 6.8.

Exit Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Figure 6.6: Enter Settings Level pressing the

Select key.

Exit

The Settings Level is reached from the Information Level by pressing the Select key. See figure 6.6. and menu structure in figure 6.8.

The settings menu is used to set up the PSE Softstarter with parameters for the current application.

Available settings are presented one by one on the top and bottom of the display.

Use navigation keys to move the cursor to present all selections. In figure 6.7 the cursor is currently marking the parameter Rated Current Ie, which by pressing

Exit Select

Reset

Exit

Figure 6.7: Settings Level

Warning!

The rated motor current must never exceed the AC-3 rating of the integrated

Select

Reset

Exit Select

Reset

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Exit Select

Reset

Exit

Select

Reset

Exit

Select

Reset

Exit Select

Reset

Information Level

Exit

Select

Reset

Settings level

A

%

Cos

j

V

Lock/Unlock Settings Level

Reset all parameter settings to user default values

PSE

Ie (Rated current of motor)

Start Ramp time

Individual

OFF, 1...30 s

Stop Ramp time

Initial/End Voltage

Current Limit

Torque Control during start ramp

Torque Control during stop ramp

Kick Start

Electronic Motor Overload Protection

Underload Protection

Locked Rotor Protection

OFF

OFF, 1...30 s

30...70 %

1.5...7 x Ie

OFF

On

Setting of time must be performed in Start Ramp time

OFF

On

Setting of time must be performed in Stop Ramp time

OFF

30...100

OFF

10A/10/20/30

HAnd

Auto

OFF

0.2...1 x Ie

HAnd

Auto

OFF

0.5...7 x Ie

Hand

Auto

0...255 (readable) dPoF dPon

FieldBus Control

On 0...255

dPoF dPon trIP

HAnd

Auto

LocC

Figure 6.8: Menu structure PSE Softstarter

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6:2 Navigating the menu

Exit Select

Reset

Figure 6.9: Press Exit key to cancel and to go to a higher level of the menu.

The menu is navigated by the keypad. The Navigation keys are used to scroll up or down. The Select key is used to select a setting and save. The Exit key is used to cancel without selecting or saving a setting, and to go to a higher level of the menu, as illustrated in figure 6.9.

1. Turn on the backlight by pressing any key.

2. On the Information level use the Navigation keys for scrolling the different operational information.

3. Press the Select key to Enter the Settings level. See

A

in figure 6.10. A cursor is marking the accessible parameter, in this case Rated Current Ie.

4. Press Select key again to enable editing of the parameter Rated Current. See

B

in figure 6.10. A flashing value on the middle row indicates that the parameter is available for scrolling and for selection.

5. Increase or decrease the value by pressing Navigation key repeatedly. Holding the key down will speed up the scrolling. See

C

in figure 6.10.

6. When the rated current of the motor is reached, press the Select key again to save. See

D

in figure 6.10.

7. It is possible to select and adjust the other parameters by following the same procedure.

8. At any point, press Exit to cancel a setting, and return to the information level.

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Exit

B

Select

Reset

Exit

D

Select

Reset

Exit

C

Select

Reset

Exit Select

Reset

Exit

A

Select

Reset

Exit Select

Reset

Figure 6.10: Navigating the menu

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Chapter 7 Functions and configuration

Softstarter operational data .......................................................................

56

Parameter settings ....................................................................................

56

List of disposable parameters ....................................................................

57

Basic settings principal ..............................................................................

59

Functions ...................................................................................................

60

Rated current Ie of motor .......................................................................

60

Start Ramp Time ....................................................................................

60

Stop Ramp Time .....................................................................................

61

Initial/End Voltage ..................................................................................

62

Current Limit .........................................................................................

63

Torque Control during start ramp ..........................................................

64

Torque Control during stop ramp ..........................................................

65

Kick Start ...............................................................................................

66

Electronic Motor Overload Protection EOL ...........................................

67

Underload Protection .............................................................................

68

Locked Rotor Protection ......................................................................

69

Fieldbus Control (FBP) ...........................................................................

70

Fieldbus Address ..............................................................................

71

Download Parameter .........................................................................

71

Fieldbus Operation When Fault ..........................................................

72

Type of Operation for Reset of Fieldbus Fault .....................................

73

Reset of tripping events ..............................................................................

73

Special functions ........................................................................................

74

Reset all parameter settings to user default values ................................

74

PSE Parameter .....................................................................................

75

Representation of signals in the time domain .............................................

76

Application settings ....................................................................................

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Chapter 7 Functions and configuration

How to navigate the menu, see chapter 6 Human-Machine Interface (HMI), especially chapter 6:2 Navigating the menu.

1

7:1 Softstarter operational data

The information level is the top level of the user menu. Information about output current, line voltage, power factor, and voltage to the motor is displayed.

3

4

On the information level the softstarter displays current values for:

1

Motor current (A)

2

Voltage to the motor (%)

Power factor /Cos

j

Input voltage on the line side (V)

Exit

2

3

Select

Reset

The motor current is calculated as the maximum RMS value of the three phases.

Using the motor current displayed on Information level as input for setting of Current Limit, may result in too low Current Limit. This may cause a longer starting time and unnecessary heating of the motor.

4

7:2 Parameter settings

Settings can be done in four different ways:

• Keypad

• Fieldbus communication (option)

• External keypad (option)

Figure 7.1: Information Level, displayed information

With the keypad or external keypad, settings can be done as individual parameter setting of all essential parameters.

When the fieldbus communication (option) is enabled, most parameters can also be modified from this interface.

User default parameter set is stored in the unit for a possible reset to default values. See chapter 7:5.3.1 about resetting parameters to user default values.

Caution!

The motor may start unexpectedly if there is a start signal present, when doing any of the actions listed below.

Switching from one type of control to another (fieldbus control / hardwire control).

• Resetting events.

• Using automatic event reset.

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Description

Rated Current of motor Ie

Start Ramp time

Stop Ramp time

Initial/End Voltage

Current limit

Torque Control during start ramp

Torque Control during stop ramp

Kick Start

Electronic Motor Overload Protection

(EOL)

Tripping Class (EOL)

Type of operation (EOL)

7:3 List of disposable parameters

A list of all disposable PSE18...370 parameters is available in table 7.1.

Display symbol

Table 7.1

Setting range Default value

Access from

Actual setting

Individual

See tables in chapter 3:7.3

PSE Softstarter types. Setting range is 30-100 percent of Ie

1...30 s

Individual W W

10 s W W T

OFF, 1...30 s OFF W W T

30...70 % 40 % W W T

1.5 x 7 Ie

7.0 x Ie W W

OFF/On OFF W W

T

T

OFF/On On W W T

OFF, 30...100 % OFF W W T

T

OFF, 10 A, 10,

20, 30

HAnd/Auto

1

10

HAnd

W W

W W

T

T

R = Readable

W = Writeable

T = Will be transferred (uploaded/downloaded)

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Description Display symbol

Setting range Default value

Access from

Underload Protection

Level

Type of operation

Locked Rotor

Protection

Level

Type of operation

Fieldbus Control

Fieldbus address

Download Parameter

Fieldbus Operation When Fault

Type of Operation

R = Readable

W = Writeable

T = Will be transferred (uploaded/downloaded)

3

4

1

2

HAnd = Manual reset of the protection or fault.

Auto = Automatic reset of the protection or fault.

OFF = Fieldbus is not allowed to control the motor.

On = Fieldbus is allowed to control the motor.

255 = Address of the FieldBusPlug will be used.

dPon = Download of parameters from PLC enabled.

dPoF = Download of parameters from PLC blocked.

T

OFF, 0.2...1.0 x le

HAnd/Auto

1

OFF

HAnd

W W

W W

T

T

T

OFF, 0.5...7.0 x le

HAnd/Auto

1

OFF/On

2

OFF

HAnd

OFF

W W

W W

W R

255

3

dPoF/dPon

4

LocC/trIP

5

HAnd/Auto 6

255 dPon

LocC

HAnd

W R

W R

W R

W R

T

T

T

T

T

T

T

5

6

Accessible only if On is previously selected. trIP = Trip on fault.

LocC = Local control on fault - hardwire control is possible

Accessible only if trIP is previously selected.

HAnd = Manual reset of the protection or fault.

Auto = Automatic reset of the protection or fault.

Actual setting

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Exit

Exit

Exit

Exit

Exit

Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Exit

Exit

Exit

Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Select

Reset

Exit Select

Reset

Figure 7.2: Basic configuration of frequently used parameters

7:4 Basic settings principal

The Settings level (menu) consists of predefined parameters for the selected application which should be used if an easy and quick setup is required. Only a few parameters have to be set before start of the motor is possible. A description is found in chapter 6:3 Setting frequently used parameters.

At any point, press Exit to cancel a setting and return to the information level.

1. Illuminate the display by pressing any of the keys.

2. From Information Level, enter Settings Level by pressing

Select key. See figure 7.2.

3. Enter the setting for the Rated Current Ie by pressing Select key.

4. Set Ie using the navigation keys. Since the motor must be connected In Line, use the motor current on the rating plate.

5. Press Exit to Cancel, or Select to save.

6. Continue to the Start Ramp time setting, or press Exit key to return to the Information Level.

7. Go to the Start Ramp time setting using the lower navigation key.

8. Press Select and adjust the time using the navigation keys.

9. Press Select to save and continue, or press Exit to cancel and return to the Information Level.

10. Go to Stop Ramp time setting using the lower navigation key.

11. Press Select. Choose OFF or adjust the time using the navigation keys.

12. Press Select to Save and continue to the next parameter, or Exit to Cancel and return to the Information level.

13. Go to the setting Initial/End Voltage using the lower navigation key.

14. Press Select, and adjust the value using navigation keys.

15. Press Exit to Cancel, or Select to save and continue.

16. Go to Current Limit by pressing the lower navigation key.

17. Press Select, and set the Current Limit factor On or OFF using the navigation keys.

18. Press Exit to Cancel or Select to save and continue.

19. Press upper lower navigation key to continue to EOL class.

20. Press Select, and scroll with the navigation keys to choose the required Tripping Class, or OFF.

21. Press Exit to Cancel or Select to save and continue.

22. Press Select to set User or Auto.

23. Scroll using the navigation keys.

24. Press Select to save and continue.

25. Press Exit to return to the information level.

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Figure 7.3: Rated Current parameter displayed

7:5 Functions

This chapter describes all settings and functions possible in the PSE Softstarter, as well as the easiest way of finding them. Respective default values, setting ranges and parameter strings shown in the display are also stated.

7:5.1 Rated Current Ie of motor

This parameter allows for configuring of the current that the softstarter will be exposed to. Since the motor must be connected In Line, set the rated motor current, which can be found on the motor rating plate.

Display Default value

Individual

(depending on size)

Setting range

Individual

(depending on size)

See tables in chapter 3:7.3 PSE

Softstarter types.

Setting range is 30-

100 percent of Ie

Description

Rated motor current

Ie

Caution!

Connecting Softstarters PSE18...PSE370 Inside Delta will cause damage to the equipment, and there is a risk of death or serious injury.

Figure 7.4: Start Ramp Time parameter displayed

U rpm

7:5.2 Start Ramp Time

The Start Ramp Time parameter allows for tuning of the time for the start ramp to reach full voltage (Top of Ramp, TOR).

This parameter is controlling both voltage controlled and torque controlled start ramps.

When a start signal is given the PSE Softstarter performs a start ramp by controlling the output voltage to the motor so that the voltage is increased linearly from the initial voltage level to full voltage. Since the torque depends on both the voltage and the current, the torque curve does not always follow the voltage curve.

This has the effect that the torque curve will not increase linearly. If parameter

Torque Control Start is set to OFF, a voltage ramp will be performed during the start ramp. The voltage and RPM of the motor will follow the graph in figure 7.5. If a torque curve with linear increase is preferred, choose Torque Control during start ramp described in chapter 7:5.6.

Display Default value

10 s

Setting range

0-30 s

Description

Setting time for voltage controlled, and torque controlled, start ramps

The time set in Start Ramp Time is also the setting for the time in Torque Control

Start, if this parameter is enabled.

Figure 7.5: The function of Start Ramp Time

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Figure 7.6: Stop Ramp Time parameter displayed

7:5.3 Stop Ramp Time

The Stop Ramp Time parameter allows for tuning of the time for the stop ramp to reach the End Voltage from Top of Ramp (TOR).

When a stop signal is given the PSE Softstarter performs a stop ramp by controlling the output voltage to the motor so that the voltage is decreased linearly from full voltage to the end voltage level. Since the torque depends on both the voltage and the current, the torque curve does not always follow the voltage curve. This has the effect that the torque curve will not decrease linearly. If parameter Torque

Control during stop is set to OFF, will a voltage ramp be performed during the stop ramp. The voltage and RPM of the motor will follow the graph in figure 7.7. If a torque curve with linear decrease is preferred, set Torque Control during stop to

On. See chapter 7:5.7.

U rpm

This parameter shall be set to OFF for applications with a big flywheel mass involved.

Display Default value Setting range

OFF 0-30 s

Description

Setting time for voltage controlled and torque controlled, stop ramps

The time set in Stop Ramp Time is also the setting for the time in Torque

Control Stop, if this parameter is enabled.

Figure 7.7: The function of Stop Ramp Time

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Figure 7.8: Initial/End voltage parameter displayed

TOR

7:5.4 Initial/End Voltage

This parameter makes it possible to set the initial voltage level where the start ramp begins. The value for end voltage where the stop ramp ends, will automatically be 10 percent lower than the initial voltage.

During start ramp will then the voltage increase from the initial voltage level, to full voltage.

During stop ramp will the voltage decrease from full voltage to the end voltage level and then cut the power to the motor. Figure 7.9.

If the initial voltage is set too low, it will cause longer starting time and unnecessary heating of the motor. The motor might not reach full speed (TOR).

Display Default value

30 %

Setting range initial voltage

30-70 %

Description

Initial and end voltage for start ramp and stop ramp

Figure 7.9: The function of Initial/End Voltage

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7:5.5 Current Limit

It is possible to limit the starting current by using this function. The limit can not be exceeded during start and stop ramp. When the Current Limit is reached, the output voltage stays stable until the current level falls below the limit, then the ramping continues.

The relation between Current Limit, the current I to the motor and the output voltage is described in figure 7.13.

Figure 7.12: Current Limit parameter displayed

The starting current must be high enough to make it possible for the motor to reach the rated speed. The lowest possible current depends on the performance of the motor and the characteristics of the load. If the Current

Limit is set too low, it will cause longer starting time and unnecessary heating of the motor.

Display Default value

4 x Ie

Setting range

Description

7...1.5 x Ie Level of Current Limit in relation to output voltage.

U

100%

30%

5

I t1

2 t2

Current limmit

Figure 7.13: The relation between the Current Limit , the current I to the motor, and the output voltage U

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Figure 7.14: Torque Control during start ramp parameter displayed

U

7:5.6 Torque Control during start ramp

It is possible to use the torque control during the start by activating this parameter.

Torque control results in a more linear accelerating of the speed in a majority of applications.

When using the torque control the output voltage to the motor is controlled so that the motor torque will follow a predefined optimal curve from the initial voltage level to full voltage during start.

This has the benefit that the mechanical starting behavior of the equipment driven by the motor will be much softer compared to the use of voltage ramp. During the torque controlled start the motors voltage and RPM will follow the graph in figure

7.15.

During start ramp, the output voltage to the motor is controlled so that the torque will follow a predefined optimal curve from the initial voltage level to full, voltage during start. This has the benefit that the mechanical starting behavior of the equipment driven by the motor will be much softer compared to the use of voltage ramp. During the torque controlled start the voltage U and RPM of the motor will appear as the graphs in figure 7.15.

Display Default value

OFF

Setting range

On/OFF

Description

Torque Control during start

The time for the Torque Control during start ramp is set in the parameter

Start Ramp time.

RPM

Figure 7.15: The function of Torque Control during start

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Figure 7.16: Torque Control during stop ramp parameter displayed

7:5.7 Torque Control during stop ramp

When activating this parameter (On) makes it possible to control the motor torque during stop. Using torque control will result in a more suitable decelerating of the speed mainly requested when stopping pumps.

When using torque control the output voltage to the motor is controlled so that the motor torque will follow a predefined optimal curve for best possible stop. This has the benefit that the mechanical stopping behavior of the equipment driven by the motor will be much softer compared to using voltage ramp. This can be especially useful in pump applications where a sudden stop can cause water hammering and pressure surges. During the torque controlled stop the motors voltage and RPM will follow the graphs in figure 7.17.

Display Default value

OFF

Setting range

On/OFF

Description

Torque Control during stop ramp

U

The time for the Torque Control during stop ramp is set in the parameter Stop

Ramp time.

RPM

Figure 7.17: The function of Torque

Control during stop ramp

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Figure 7.18: Kick Start parameter displayed

Ue t

7:5.8 Kick Start

This parameter makes it possible to tune the kick start voltage level which is applied for a short time duration, before a normal start ramp is performed. Kick Start provides enough torque during start, but still ensuring a soft start.

It can be set on any of the predefined voltage levels. For each voltage level there is a fixed time duration relation (t), which is increasing with the different kick voltage levels. This function can be useful for applications with high initial friction or having a need of extra power in the first part of the start, as jammed pumps or conveyor belts. See table 7.2 and graph in figure 7.19.

Table 7.2 Kick Start settings

Kick start setting

80

85

90

55

60

65

70

75

95

100

30

35

40

45

50

Kick start voltage

Ue (percent)

30

35

40

45

50

80

85

90

55

60

65

70

75

95

100

Kick start time t (s)

0.30

0.35

0.40

0.45

0.50

0.55

0.60

0.65

0.70

0.75

0.80

0.85

0.90

0.95

1.00

Note that the Current Limit function is not working during Kick Start.

Set Initial Voltage

Operational time

Normal ramp

Ramp with Kick Start

Figure 7.19: The function of Kick Start

Display Default value

OFF

Setting range Description

OFF, 30...100 % Level of Kick Start

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Figure 7.20: Electronic Motor Overload Protection

EOL parameter displayed

7:5.9 Electronic Motor Overload Protection E.O.L.

This parameter makes it possible to set the required class of motor overload protection. Four different classes are available. See figure 7.21.

• Class 10A

• Class 10

• Class 20

• Class 30

There is an option for type of reset after tripping. Hand or automatic is available.

Hand is default value for reset of Electronic Motor Overload Protection after tripping.

Reset of this protection is not possible before measuring a lower temperature, which must be reached by the motor.

Display Default value

10

HAnd

Setting range

OFF, 10A,

10, 20, 30

Description

Tripping class for Electronic Motor

Overload Protection (E.O.L)

HAnd/Auto Type of operation for reset of

Electronic Overload Protection

(E.O.L)

1

1000

100

10

1

1 2 3 4 5 6

Figure 7.21: Tripping curves for the Electronic Motor Overload Protection (E.O.L.)

A Class 30

B Class 20

C Class 10

D Class 10A

B

C

D

1. HAnd = Manual reset:

_

required before restart can be done.

Auto = Automatic reset: _

performed before the unit is ready for restart.

Figure 7.22: Type of operation for reset of

Electronic Motor Overload Protection fault parameter displayed

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7:5.10 Underload Protection

When active the Underload Protection trip if the current (Ie) will fall to a lower level than the set value for 30 seconds or more.

This protection could be used to avoid for example a pump running dry, detect a broken belt or similar.

There is an option for type of reset after tripping, hand or automatic. HAnd is default value for reset of Locked Rotor Protection after tripping.

Figure 7.23: Underload Protection parameter displayed

Display Default value

OFF

HAnd

Setting range

OFF, 0.2...1 x Ie

Description

Level of Underload Protection

HAnd/Auto Type of operation for reset of

Underload Protection

1

1. HAnd = Manual reset: _

required before restart can be done.

performed before the unit is ready for restart.

Figure 7.24: Type of operation for reset of Underload Protection fault parameter displayed

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Figure 7.25: Locked Rotor Protection parameter displayed

7:5.11 Locked Rotor Protection

This protection will when activated trip if the motor current exceeds the set level when the motor is running at full voltage. The Locked Rotor Protection parameter will be activated when the motor has been running at full voltage (Top of Ramp) for

30 seconds. The reaction time for tripping is 1 second.

Display Default value

OFF

HAnd

Setting range

OFF, 0.5 - 7 x Ie

Description

Level of protection for locked rotor

HAnd/Auto Type of operation for reset of

Locked Rotor Protection

1

1. HAnd = Manual reset: _

required before restart can be done.

Auto = Automatic reset: _

performed before the unit is ready for restart.

Figure 7.26: Type of operation for reset of

Locked Rotor Protection fault parameter displayed

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7:5.12 FieldBus Control (optional hardware required)

This parameter is used for configuration of the fieldbus communication. Connecting the PSE Softstarter to the FieldBusPlug automatically enables fieldbus communication. To enable control of the softstarter using fieldbus, this parameter must be set to On. If FieldBus Control is set to OFF, fieldbus can only be used for monitoring softstarter data.

If this parameter is set to On, the softstarter might trip on fieldbus fault if no fieldbus communication is available. If the intention is to run without fieldbus control, this parameter should be set to OFF.

Figure 7.27 Fieldbus Control parameter displayed

Ready Run Protection

Caution!

The motor may start unexpectedly if there is a start signal present when doing any of the actions listed below.

Switching from one type of control to another (fieldbus control / hard-

Fault

is set to LocC, this switch can happen automatically.

• Resetting of events.

If using automatic event reset.

Exit

Fieldbus Control parameters and settings

Display Default value

OFF

Setting range

OFF/On

Description

Control of the softstarter with fieldbus.

255 0...255

Fieldbus Address

1 dPoF dPoF/dPon Possible to block parameter download from PLC

2

.

Select

Reset

LocC LocC/trIP Operation When Fault

2

HAnd HAnd/Auto

4

Type of operation for reset of Fieldbus Fault

3

1. 255 = Address of FieldBus Control will be used.

2. Accessible only if Fieldbus Control previously is set to On.

3. Accessible only if trIP is previously selected.

4. HAnd = Manual reset: When tripping will stop the motor, a manual reset is

Auto = Automatic reset: _

required before restart can be done.

When tripping will stop the motor, an automatic reset is

performed before the unit is ready for restart.

More information about Fieldbus communication and optional accessories is avail-

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Figure 7.28: Fieldbus Address parameter displayed able in chapter 8 Fieldbus communication.

7:5.12.1 Fieldbus Address

The parameter Fieldbus Address allows setting of address for the fieldbus communication.

The setting range for the fieldbus address is 0...255. If the address is set to 255, the address stored in internal memory of the fieldbus plug will be used. See documentation for the fieldbus plug for more details on address setting.

It is possible to read and set this parameter via the keypad when Fieldbus Control is set to On or OFF.

Changing this parameter will automatically reset the fieldbus interface and the new address will be active. If PLC was communicating with the old address, the PLC needs to be re-configured.

Display Default value

255

Setting range

0...255

Description

Fieldbus Address

Figure 7.29: Download Parameter displayed

7:5.12.2 Download Parameter

This parameter allows for blocking parameter download from the fieldbus. Note that download of parameters works differently for different fieldbus protocols. See documentation for the protocol used.

It is possible to read and set this parameter via the keypad when Fieldbus Control is set to On or OFF.

Display Default value dPon

Setting range

Description dPoF/dPon Download Parameter enabled.

Download Parameter blocked.

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Figure 7.30: Fieldbus Operation When Fault parameter displayed

7:5.12.3 Fieldbus Operation When Fault

This parameter is accessible only if Fieldbus Control is previously set to On.

In case of fieldbus malfunction, for instance due to power loss or a broken cable, this parameter allows for different (operations in case of a fault) reactions to the fault.

Setting Fieldbus fault reaction to trIP will make the softstarter trip on a fieldbus fault. Selecting trIP makes reset of the fault necessary, in case of a tripping event.

When LocC is selected, the control of the softstarter will automatically switch from fieldbus control to local control. The switch to local control will make hard-wire control possible. When the Fieldbus starts working again the control is automatically switched back to the Fieldbus. There is a 10 second delay before controlling the motor is possible.

Display Default value

LocC

Setting range

LocC,/trIP

Description

Operation When Fault

1

1. trIP = Trip on fieldbus fault.

LocC = Automatically move to local control on fieldbus fault.

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Figure 7.31: Type of operation for reset of

Fieldbus fault parameter displayed

7:5.12.4 Type of Operation for Reset of Fieldbus Fault

Select what operation shall be asserted if a fieldbus communication fault occurs.

Manual or automatic options are available. HAnd is the default value for reset of

Fieldbus Fault:

• If HAnd is selected - The motor will stop and manual reset is required.

• If Auto is selected - The motor will stop and automatic reset is performed.

This parameter is accessible only if trIP is previously selected for the parameter fieldbus Operation When Fault.

Display Default value

HAnd

Setting range

Description

HAnd/Auto Type of operation for reset of Fieldbus Fault.

1

1. HAnd = Manual reset: _

required before restart can be done.

When tripping will stop the motor, an automatic reset is

performed before the unit is ready for restart.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Exit Select

Reset

Figure 7.32: Reset of tripping events

7:6 Reset of tripping events

In case of tripping event the PSE Softstarter can be reset via hardwire, keypad, external keypad, or Fieldbus.

If the setting HAnd is chosen as an action in case of an tripping event for a parameter with this option, manual resetting of the softstarter is required.

If the setting Auto is chosen as an action in case of an tripping event for a parameter with this option, resetting of the softstarter will be performed automatically.

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Ready Run Protection Fault

Exit Select

Reset

7:7 Special functions

7:7.1 Reset all parameter settings to user default values

Start from Information Level and press in sequence the keys Exit and Select for a few seconds, as described in figure 7.29. The text string “rES” will be displayed on the LCD as in figure 7.34.

Press Select to enter Reset All Settings, and the text string “rES” on the LCD starts flashing.

Press Exit key to cancel, or press Select to reset all settings.

After reset it is necessary to press Exit for returning to Information Level.

Figure 7.33: Entering menu Reset all settings to user default values

Caution

!

The motor may start unexpectedly if there is a start signal present when doing any of the actions listed below.

Switching from one type of control to another (fieldbus control / hardwire control)

• Resetting all parameters

• Resetting events

• If using automatic event reset

Figure 7.34: Reset All Settings to user default values parameter displayed

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Ready Run Protection Fault

Exit Select

Reset

7:7.2 PSE parameter

This parameter contains information about the type of PSE Softstarter which is available. The PSE parameter must be configured after replacing the PCB. This parameter must not be changed if the PCB not has been replaced. Read chapter 3:3 Type designation to get information about how to find out the size of the softstarter.

Start from Information Level and press in sequence the keys Exit, Select and Arrow Up for a few seconds, see figure 7.31. The text string “Id” will be displayed on the LCD as in figure 7.36.

Press Select to enter parameter PSE, and the text string “Id” the LCD starts flashing.

Press Exit to return to Information level or Scroll to configure according to the softstarters size. Press Select to confirm.

Figure 7.35: Entering PSE parameter

Configure parameter PSE only if the printed circuit board has been replaced.

Figure 7.36: PSE parameter displayed

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7:8 Representation of signals in time domain

Timing diagram for the basic functions of the softstarter, with a representation of a set of signals in the time domain is found in table 7.3.

Table 7.3: Timing diagram

1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Control supply voltage

Operational voltage on the line side

Control circuit - Start input

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9

10 11 12 13 14

Control circuit - Stop input

Operational voltage on the motor side

Signal output relay - Run signal

1 2 3

4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Signal output relay - TOR signal

1 2 3 4

5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

1 2 3 4 5

6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Signal output relay

- Tripping event NC signal

Signal output relay

- Tripping event NO signal

Status signal - Ready LED

Status signal - Run LED

Status signal - Fault LED

1 2 3 4 5 6

7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

t

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7:9 Application settings

In table 7.4 the recommended parameter settings for different applications are described.

Table 7.4: Application settings

Recommended basic setting

Centrifugal fan

Axial fan

Centrifugal pump

High pressure pump

Compressor

Grinder

Mixer

Bow thruster

Hydraulic pump

Crusher

Conveyor belt

Escalator

Lift/Elevator

Cutter

Band saw

Circular saw

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

5 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

10 s

OFF

OFF

10 s

10 s

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

40 %

40 %

40 %

50 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

50 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

40 %

5.0 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

5.5 x Ie

4.5 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

4.5 x Ie

4.5 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

4.5 x Ie

4.5 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

5.0 x Ie

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

On

On

Please note that the parameter values above are to be used as a guide only. Variations in load conditions may require additional tuning.

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

For Heavy Duty applications the Initial/End Voltage might need to be increased.

as well as the Current Limit

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Overview ....................................................................................................

Required accessories ............................................................................

Instructions ............................................................................................

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Chapter 8 Fieldbus communication

8:1 Overview

The PSE Softstarter has an interface on the front for connecting the ABB Field-

BusPlug used for fieldbus communication. Through this interface it is possible to control the softstarter, retreive status information, as well as upload and download of parameters.

The interface between the softstarter and the FieldBusPlug is independent of the fieldbus protocol used. Independent of softstarter size or delivery date it is possible to connect any of the available Fieldbus protocols later on, since this is defined in the FieldBusPlug itself.

The following Fieldbus protocols are available:

• DeviceNet

• CANopen

• Profibus

• Modbus

More information about the installation of fieldbus communication is available in chapter 7:5.12 Fieldbus Control.

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8:1.1 Required accessories

To connect the PSE Softstarter to a fieldbus system, the following accessories are required:

• ABB FieldBusPlug Accessory FBPA

• ABB FieldBusPlug for present fieldbus protocol (check that the cable length is sufficient).

• Connectors for bus connection.

• End plug (some protocols).

• Software for PLC set-up.

Figure 8.1: Principle of a fieldbus network with

PSE Softstarters connected

8:1.2 Instructions

To do the set-up of input and output telegrams, parameter settings, instructions, etc. are available at: www.abb.com/lowvoltage:

• DeviceNet

• Profibus DP

• Modbus

• CANopen

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Chapter 9 Maintenance

This chapter describes the maintenance required for the PSE Softstarter. In principle, this product is maintenance-free, but some components should be checked regularly.

Caution!

Do not open the softstarter or touch any live parts when the operational voltage and control supply voltage are connected. Due to the two phase control, a connected motor terminal always carries live hazardous voltage.

Do not touch terminals when voltage is applied. Output terminals will have live voltage even when the device is OFF. This can cause death or serious injury.

9:1 Regular maintenance

• Check that all mounting bolts/screws are fastened. Tighten if necessary.

• Check that all connections of main, control- and supply circuits are fastened.

• Tighten the terminal screws and bolts on the connection bars, if necessary.

• Check that the cooling airways are free from dirt and dust. If required, use pressurized air to clean.

• Check external filters. Clean, if necessary.

• Check that the fan is working and rotating freely The blades shall rotate without any resistance. This can be checked at voltage free state.

• Check the Real Time Clock and adjust if necessary.

• In case of a fault, or if a fault can not be reset, see chapter 10 Refer to the timing diagram for the basic functions of the softstarter..

9:2 Service and repair

In case the PSE Softstarter has to be repaired, a spare parts list and necessary instructions are available at: www.abb.com/lowvoltage. Select the link Control

Products and then continue to Softstarters.

• Spare part list:

• Changing of HMI-module:

• Changing of Thyristor and By-pass relay/contactor:

• Changing of fans:

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Service and repair should be performed by authorized personnel only. Note that unauthorized repair may affect the warranty.

In the event of a short circuit on the load side of a softstarter the device could be completely destroyed and possibly cause danger to personnel. By using a correctly rated short circuit protection device, i.e. a fuse or a circuit breaker, the damage will be limited to one of the following two categories, defined IEC 60947-4-2 and EN 60947-4-2:

Type 1: The softstarter might be damaged and some or all parts might need to be replaced. The case or enclosure must not be damaged or become live during the short circuit.

Type 2: The device should be operable after the event of a short circuit.

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General ......................................................................................................

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Overview of indications ..............................................................................

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Tripping events ...........................................................................................

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Start up problems and faults ......................................................................

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General problems and faults ......................................................................

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Fault indications .........................................................................................

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Protection indications .................................................................................

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Chapter 10 Troubleshooting

10:1 General

This chapter is a guide that can be used in case problems should arise with the

PSE Softstarter or the application.

The PSE Softstarter normally indicates a fault with LED Fault status indicator, and the LCD displays type of fault. When a protection is activated, it will be indicated with the LED protection status indicator, and the LCD displays what type of protection is active. More information about LEDs and LCD display is available in chapters 6:1.2.1 and 6:1.2.2.

Faults not displayed on the PSE Softstarter Human Machine Interface can also be found in this chapter.

10:2 Overview of indications

This table shows in which state the different indications for protections, faults, and warnings may show up.

Table 10.1 Owerview of indications for protections, faults and warnings

Motor control states

Electronic Motor Overload Protection

Underload Protection

Locked Rotor Protection

Software faults

Shunt fault

By-pass open

Softstarter thermal overload

Phase loss

Bad Network quality

Current lost

Fieldbus fault

Low supply voltage

High current

P1

P2

P3

SF20

SF3x

2

SF4x

2

SF50

EF1x

2

EF20

EF3x

2

EF40

EF50

EF6x

2

1

Displayed as Current lost

2

3

x = phase number, 4 indicates multiple or unknown phase

Activated after 30 s.

√ √

1

3

3

√ √

1

√ √

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7:8 Tripping events

Depending on PSE Softstarter configuration, different events may be signalled on the LCD. All event codes are found in table 10.2: Event list.

Table 10.2: Event list

Event code

SF20

EF3x

EF40

EF50

P1

1

Event

Software fault

SF3x

1

Shunt fault

SF4x

1

By-pass open

SF50 Softstarter thermal overload

EF1x

1

Phase loss

EF20 Bad network quality

Current lost

Fieldbus fault

Low control supply voltage

EF6x

1

High current

Electronic motor overload protection

Cause

Fault in software

By-pass relay/contactor does not open or thyristor short circuit

By-pass relay or by-pass contactor does not close or opens

Thyristors overheated

Power loss on operational current on one or several phases

Excessive disturbances in the operational supply network

Operational current on one or several phases lost

Fault on Fieldbus communication

Voltage too low or briefly interrupted in control supply network for softstarter

Operational current higher than 8 x Ie

Load on motor higher than motor rating and corresponding selected EOL

Class.

Current limit parameter is set on a too low value.

Load on motor too low

Load on motor too high for a short time

P2

P3

Underload protection

Locked rotor protection

SF = Softstarter fault

EF = External fault

P = Protection

1

x = phase number, 4 indicates multiple or unknown phase

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Status

LED’s not lighting and LCD is blank.

Ready Run Protection Fault

10:3 Start up problems and faults

Possible cause

Control supply voltage Us is not connected.

Solution

• Connect according to a circuit diagram. See chapter 5 Connection and chapter 11 Wiring diagrams.

Green Ready LED steady lighting or flashing, and LCD faint.

LCD display backlight auto shut off.

Ready Run Protection Fault

• Touch any key on the keypad.

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Status

Motor humming/starts without given start signal.

10:4 General problems and faults

Possible cause

By-pass relay closed after transport,

(PSE18...PSE170 only).

By-pass contactor/relay stuck in closed position.

Shorted thyristor.

The motor connection is not correct. (Must be connected In Line).

Solution

• Switch off operational voltage and control supply voltage. Switch on voltage in correct succession.

1. Control supply voltage on terminals

1 and 2. See chapter 5:2.5.

2. Wait 4 seconds, and then switching on operational voltage on terminals

L1, L2 and L3. See chapter 5:2.5.

• If same fault remains, contact your

ABB Sales Office.

• Check and replace relay or contactor.

• If same fault remains, contact your

ABB Sales Office.

• Check and replace thyristor. Contact your ABB Sales Office.

• Check and correct the wiring. Connect the control supply voltage according to a circuit diagram. See chapters 5 and 11.

Connecting Inside Delta not allowed.

PSE

Bad motor sound during start and operation.

The motor connection is not correct. (Must be connected In Line).

• Check and correct the wiring. Connect the control supply voltage according to a circuit diagram. See chapters 5 and 11.

Connecting Inside Delta not allowed.

PSE

Bad motor sound during stop.

Motor does not start when giving start command using hardwire inputs.

Incorrect ramp time for start.

Incorrect Initial/End Voltage.

Incorrect current limit.

The motor is too small.

(current is out of measuring range).

Incorrect ramp time for stop.

Incorrect Initial/End Voltage.

Start and stop command given at the same time.

Control wiring not correct.

Start and stop command given at the same time.

• Try different ramp times (some adjustments can be necessary for best result). See chapter 7:5.2.

• Try different settings for the parameter

Initial /End Voltage. See chapter 7:5.4, or contact your ABB Sales Office.

• Try different settings for the parameter

Current Limit. See chapter 7:5.5, or contact your ABB Sales Office.

• Check that the softstarter corresponds to the motor size.

• Try different ramp times for stop (some adjustments can be necessary for best result). See chapter 7:5.3.

• Try different settings for the parameter

Initial /End Voltage. See chapter 7:5.4, or contact your ABB Sales Office.

• Check that start and stop command is not given at the same time.

• Check connection for start and stop.

See chapter 5:2.5.3.

• Check that start and stop command is not given at the same time.

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Status

Displayed current in LCD is not stable.

Motor does not start with fieldbus

Digital or binary signals incorrect.

Loading of parameters with fieldbus does not work properly.

Possible cause

The motor is too small.

(current is out of measuring range).

Softstarter has tripped on fault or protection.

Softstarter is in Local Mode.

Fieldbus Operation When Fault parameter is set to LocC.

PLC configuration incorrect.

Fieldbus settings

Solution

• Check that the softstarter corresponds to the motor size.

• Perform a reset on any active event.

See chapter 6:1.5 Reset of tripping events.

• Check that the Auto Mode bit of the binary output telegram setting is 1.

• Check that the Local Mode digital input on the FieldBusPlug accessory is set to Remote.

• If the parameter Fieldbus Operation

When Fault is set to LocC, there will be a 10 second delay before it is possible to re-start after communication is reestablished.

• Check PLC configuration.

• Verify that parameters are matching between the PLC and the softstarter fieldbus documentation for the fieldbus protocol used.

• Verify that fieldbus Download Parameter is set to dPon.

• Ensure that block-parameters are enabled.

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10:5 Fault indications

Status

Software fault

Red Fault LED steady lighting or flashing, and LCD event code SF20.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Possible cause

Fault in software.

PSE parameter fault.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Solution

• Disconnect and reconnect the control supply voltage (Us) and make a restart. See chapter 5:2.5.

• If same fault remains, contact your

ABB Sales Office.

• Check parameter PSE and select correct setting corresponding to the type of PSE Softstarter. See chapter 7:6.2.

Shunt fault

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code SF3x

1

.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

By-pass relays closed after transport,

(PSE18...PSE170 only).

Ready Run Protection Fault

The by-pass contactor’s/relays are not opening.

Thyristors short circuit.

By-pass open

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code SF4x

1

.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Power loss on control supply circuit.

By-pass relays/contactor’s open or bypass relays/contactor’s do not close.

• Switch off operational voltage and control supply voltage. Switch on voltage in correct succession.

1. Control supply voltage on terminals

1 and 2. See chapter 5:2.5.

2. Wait 4 seconds, and then switching on operational voltage on terminals

L1, L2 and L3. See chapter 5:2.4.

• Check and replace relay. Contact your

ABB Sales Office for replacement kit.

• Check and replace thyristor. Contact your ABB Sales Office for replacement kit.

• Check control supply voltage

• Check and replace by-pass relay/contactor. Contact your ABB Sales Office for replacement kit.

Softstarter thermal overload

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code SF50.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Thyristors overheated. If the fault remains after reset, the heat sink temperature is too high.

• Check that the fans are working in a proper way. See chapter 9:1.

• Check that the cooling airways are free from dirt and dust. See chapter

9:1.

• Check that the ambient temperature is not too high. Derating is required above 40 o

C (104 o

F). See chapter 3:6.

• Check that the mounting angle is not more than 30 o

. See chapter 4:2.4.

• Check that PSE Softstarter not is too small for the number of starts and stops performed each hour.

SF = Softstarter fault

EF = External fault

P = Protection

1

x = phase number, 4 indicates multiple or unknown phase

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Status

Phase loss

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code EF1x

1

.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Possible cause

Fuse blown.

Solution

• Check and replace fuses in all three phases.

Power loss on operational current on one or several phases.

• Check and correct supplying operational network.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Bad network quality

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code EF20.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

The main contactor or circuit breaker is open.

• Check and close contactor/breaker or any external switching device.

Main contactor opens too quickly at stop.

• Control main contactor with Run signal relay on terminal 4. See chapter

5:2.5.6.

• Add a time relay before contactor opening.

• If Stop Ramp not is needed, set Stop

Ramp Time to 0.

Excessive disturbances in the operational supplying network.

• Check and correct supplying operational network.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Short power loss on all three phases in the operational network.

• Check and correct supplying operational network.

Current lost

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code EF3x

1

.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Operational current too low or lost on one or several phases.

• Check and correct supplying network

Ready Run Protection Fault

Phase loss on line side or motor side.

Thyristors not able to conduct

• Check and correct supplying network

• See Phase loss EF14.

• Check and replace PCB/thyristor.

Contact your ABB Sales Office for replacement kit.

• Check that the softstarter corresponds to the motor size.

The motor is too small.

(current is out of measuring range).

SF = Softstarter fault

EF = External fault

P = Protection

1

x = phase number, 4 indicates multiple or unknown phase

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Status

Fieldbus fault

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code EF40.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Ready Run Protection Fault

Possible cause

Fault on fieldbus connection or Field-

BusPlug Accessory.

Fieldbus communication is not working.

PLC is not running.

Low control supply voltage

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code EF50.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Fieldbus Control is enabled on a non-fieldbus application.

The control supply voltage is too low on terminals 1 and 2.

Short power loss on the control supply network.

Solution

• Check that the correct type of Field-

BusPlug accessory is used. See chapter 8 or contact your ABB Sales Office.

• Check that the connection of the

FieldBusPlug is correct. See chapter

3:2.

• Check the connection of the fieldbus accessory.

• Perform a reset on any active event.

See chapter 6:1.5 Reset of tripping events.

• Check that the correct type of Field-

BusPlug accessory is used. See chapter 8 or contact your ABB Sales Office.

• Check that the connection of the

FieldBusPlug is correct. See chapter

3:2.

• Check the connection of the fieldbus accessory.

• Check PLC configuration.

• Possible Fieldbus fault.

• Put PLC in run mode.

• Check PLC configuration.

• Set Fieldbus Control parameter to

OFF.

• Check and correct control supply voltage.

• Check control supply network for short interruptions.

Ready Run Protection Fault

High current

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code EF6x

1

.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Operational current higher than 8 x Ie.

Ready Run Protection Fault

• Check if the motor is locked or running stiff.

• Check the bearings in the motor and connected equipment.

• Check if the load on the motor is too heavy.

• Check isolation on the motor windings.

• Replace the motor.

SF = Softstarter fault

EF = External fault

P = Protection

1

x = phase number, 4 indicates multiple or unknown phase

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Status

Electronic Motor Overload Protection

(EOL)

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code P1.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Remark that time delay for reset can be long depending on temperature.

Ready

Ready

Run

Run

Protection

Protection

Fault

Underload Protection

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code P2.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

Fault

Possible cause

Load on motor higher than motor rating and corresponding selected EOL Class.

Too many starts and stops during a short time.

The motor has been exposed to an overload condition because the current over a certain time is too high. (The load on the motor shaft is too high).

The motor current is below set level and time.

• Solution

At start

• Check and correct the reason for the overload.

• Increase Initial/End Voltage.

• Check the motor rating plate for Ie.

• Increase Current Limit.

• Make Start Ramp Time shorter.

At start

• Chose a motor with more power, and a softstarter rated for higher current.

• Check and correct the reason for the overload.

• Check that the ramp time for start not is too long.

• Check that correct EOL Class is used.

Continuous run

• Check the rating of the plate for Ie.

• Check operational voltage.

• Chose a motor with more power, and a softstarter rated for higher current.

• Check and correct the reason for the overload.

• Check that correct EOL Class is used.

• Check and correct the reason for the underload.

• Check that the setting Ie are according to the operation conditions. See chapter 7:5.1.

• Check that the Underload Protection parameter is set according to operational conditions. Se chapter 7:5.10.

Locked Rotor Protection

Red Fault LED steady lighting, and LCD event code P3.

See chapter 6:1.2.1 about LED status indicators activation for faults and protections.

The motor is running stiff for some reason.

A damaged bearing or a stuck load could be possible causes.

Decrease in operational voltage can give a higher operational current.

• Check the bearings of the motor and load.

• Check voltage.

Ready Run Protection Fault

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Chapter 11 Wiring diagrams

Circuit diagram PSE18...PSE370 , fuse and contactor version

Circuit diagram PSE18...PSE370, MCCB version

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L1

L2

L3

N

KM1

Start

8 9

Start

Stop

Stop

11

1L1 3L2 5L3 1 2

2T1 4T2 6T3

U V W

3

M

Circuit diagram

PSE18...PSE370 (Fuse and contactor version)

3

8 9

10 11

Run TOR Event

12 13

14

4 5

NC NO

6 7

The earthing is not a protective earth, it is a functional earth. The earthing cable should be as short as possible. Maximum length 0.5 m. The earthing cable should be connected to the mounting plate, which should also be earthed.

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MCCB

L2

L3

N

Start

8 9

Start

Stop

Stop

11

1L1 3L2 5L3

1 2

3

8 9 10 11

Run TOR Event

12 13 14

4 5

NC NO

6 7

2T1 4T2 6T3

U V W

3

M

Circuit diagram

PSE18...PSE370 ( MCCB version)

The earthing is not a protective earth, it is a functional earth. The earthing cable should be as short as possible. Maximum length 0.5 m. The earthing cable should be connected to the mounting plate, which should also be earthed.

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Chapter 12 Index

A

Abbreviations 10

Acronyms 10

Active 68, 71, 84, 88, 91

Airways 30, 82, 89

All settings 48, 49, 51, 60, 74

Altitude 16, 18

Analog out 13, 19, 40

Range 40

Analog output 40

Application Setting 13, 76

Axial Fan 77

B

Bad network quality 84, 85, 90

Basic settings 59

By-pass 10, 12, 16, 33, 50, 82, 84, 85,

87, 89

By-pass doesn’t close 85, 87

By-pass open 87

By-pass relays 12, 33, 89

C

Centrifugal Fan 77,

Centrifugal Pump 77

Circuit diagram 94, 95

Communication devices, 8, 42, 46, 56

Connection 32, 42

Fieldbus 16, 17, 31, 46, 49, 51, 56, 57,

58, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 80, 84, 88, 91

Communication protocols 19, 27

Compressor 77

Configuration 12, 13, 48, 56, 59, 70, 85,

88, 91

Connection 12, 17, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37,

38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 80, 82, 86, 87, 91

Control circuit 10, 13, 17, 36

Connection 17, 38

Earthing 37

Start and Stop 38

Control supply voltage 10, 12, 13, 16, 18,

19, 33, 36, 38, 47, 76, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89,

91

Conventional circuit 38

Conveyor (belt) 77

Cooling 16, 19, 30, 82, 89

Cooling system 16, 19, 30, 82, 89

CosPhi 51, 56

Current 10, 12, 13, 18, 20, 21, 22, 32, 35,

46, 50, 52, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 63, 66,68,

69, 77, 85, 87, 90, 91, 92

Current Limit 22, 51, 56, 57, 59, 63, 66,

77, 87, 92

D

Default values 51, 56, 57, 60, 74,

DeviceNet 19, 60

Dimensions 23, 24, 25, 26

Display at start up 46, 83

Document ID 8

Document number 3

Download of parameters 58, 71, 80

Download Parameter 58, 71

Drilling plan 25, 26

E

Earthing 37

Connection 37

Electrical connection 37

Start and stop terminals 38

Supply voltage and control circuit 37

Electronic Motor Overload Protection 51,

57, 67, 84, 85, 92

Class 51, 59, 67

Type of operation 57, 67

EMC Class 19

Enclosure sizes 29

Environmental influence 18

EOL 10, 51, 57, 67, 84, 85, 92

Event 12, 32, 39, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 56,

70, 72, 74, 76, 84, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92,

94, 95

Event relay 41

External keypad 17, 42, 43, 56, 57, 72,

80, 88

Download of parameters 43, 72, 80, 88

Transfer of parameters 43, 72, 80, 88

Upload of parameters 43, 72, 80, 88

F

Fans 16, 19, 77, 82, 89

Fault 41, 42, 46, 47, 48, 49, 58, 70, 72,

73, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

Faults 41, 42, 47, 49, 58, 70, 72, 73, 74,

75, 76, 82, 84, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92

Fault indication 46, 47, 85

Fault relay a Event Relay

Fieldbus 10, 16, 17, 46, 49, 51, 56, 58, 70,

71, 72, 73, 74, 80, 84, 85, 88, 91

Address 58, 70, 71

Communication 16, 46, 56, 70, 71, 73,

80, 85, 88, 91

Connection 17, 80, 87, 91

Control 51, 56, 58, 70, 71, 72, 74, 80

Fault 47, 70, 72, 73, 84, 85, 88, 91

Type 80

Type of operation 58, 70, 73

Plug 10, 58, 70, 71, 80, 87, 91

Frequency 18, 19

Fault a Bad network quality

Out of range a Bad network quality

Full On 10

Full Voltage 10, 41, 60, 61, 62, 64, 69,

Functional earth 13, 37, 94, 95

Functions 56, 60, 74

Fuse 19, 21, 22, 90, 94

H

Hardwire 16, 49, 56, 58, 70, 72, 74, 87,

Hardwire inputs control 16, 87

Heat sink over-temperature fault a Softstarter Thermal Overload

High current 84, 85, 91

HMI 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53

Holding circuit 38

Human-Machine Interface 46, 47, 48, 49,

50, 51, 52, 53

Humidity 18

I

Ie 10, 13, 20, 40, 43, 50, 51, 52, 57, 59,

60, 63, 68, 69, 77, 85, 91

IEC 10, 17, 18, 19, 21, 29, 42

Information level 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 56,

59, 74, 75

In Line 12, 33, 59, 60, 87

Initial/End voltage 51, 57, 59, 62, 77, 87,

92

Inputs 16, 19, 87

Internal control supply voltage 38

J

K

Keypad 16, 17, 46, 48, 49, 52, 56, 71, 82,

86

Locking 49

Status 46, 47

Status indicators 46, 47

Unlocking 49

Kick Start 51, 57, 66,

Level 66

L

LCD 10, 12, 42, 46, 47, 48, 74, 84, 85,

86, 87, 89

LCD backlight 12, 46, 50, 52, 86

LCD display automatic switch off 46

LED 12, 13, 41, 46, 47, 76, 84, 86, 89,

90, 91, 92

Locked Rotor Protection 16, 51, 58, 68,

69, 84, 85, 92

Level 51, 58, 69

Type of operation 58

Low current warning a Bad network quality

Level 12, 51, 58, 69

Altitude 16, 18

Current level 63

Information level 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 56,

59, 74, 75

Kick Start 66

Locked Rotor Protection 58, 69

Menu level 12, 46, 50, 52

Settings level 50, 51, 52, 59

Underload Protection 58, 68

Voltage level 13, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65

M

Maintenance 9, 82

Markings 17

MCCB 21, 22, 95

Menu, description 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51,

52, 53

Menu tree 51

Minimum distance to wall/front 30

Minimum enclosure sizes 29

Mixer 77

Modbus 19, 80

Motor overload protection 51, 57, 67, 84,

85, 92

Tripping class 51, 59, 67

Type of operation 51, 57

Motor side terminals 17, 34

Motor sound 87

Motor Underload Protection 51, 58, 68,

84, 85, 92

Level 58, 68

Type of operation 58, 68

Mounting 12, 13, 28, 29, 30, 80, 82, 98,

94, 95

N

Navigation keys 12, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 59,

Non closing by-pass contactor 12, 85, 87

By-pass open 12, 82, 85

Non opening by-pass contactor 85

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O

Operational circuit 18

Connection 34

Operational supply voltage 12, 33

Output relays 13, 41

Overload a Electronic Motor Overload

Protection

Overload Class a Electronic Motor

Overload Protection 57, 59, 67, 85, 91 (88)

Overload protection a Electronic Motor

Overload Protection

Overview 16, 46, 80, 84

P

Parameter 12, 13, 40, 42, 43, 46, 48, 49,

50, 51, 52, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63,

64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73

Basic settings 59

Download of parameters 43, 80

List of disposable parameters 57, 58

Reset 12, 46, 49, 51, 56, 70, 71, 74

Reset of all settings 49, 51

Settings 56, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67,

68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73

Transfer of parameters 43, 80

Upload of parameters 43, 80

P hp 20

P kW 20

Phase L1 12, 16, 32, 34, 87, 89, 94, 95

Phase L2 12, 16, 32, 34, 87, 89, 94, 95

Phase L3 12, 16, 32, 34, 87, 89, 94, 95

Phase loss 84, 85, 90

PLC 10, 41, 58, 70, 71, 80, 88, 91

Pollution degree 18

Profibus DP 80

Protection 10, 12, 16, 18, 36, 41, 42, 46,

47, 48, 49, 51, 57, 58, 67, 68, 69, 70, 74,

75, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92

Type of operation 57, 58, 67, 68, 69,

70, 73

PSE parameter 75, 89

Q

Quickstart 5, 8, 11, 12, 13

R

Real time clock 80

Relay 12, 13, 33, 38, 41, 76, 82, 85, 87,

89, 90,

Requirements 9, 20, 29

Reset all settings 49, 74£

S

Selection key 13, 50, 52, 59

Semiconductor fuse 21

Setting current Ie 10, 50, 52, 59,

Settings 12, 48, 49, 51, 52, 56, 59, 60,

70, 74, 77, 80, 87

Settings level 50, 51, 52

Settings menu 50

Shorted SCR 87

Shunt fault 84, 85, 89

Softstarter types 20

Specifications 16, 18, 30,

Start 16, 32,

Start and Stop 8, 12, 13, 16, 38, 46, 60,

62, 63, 64, 66, 70, 74, 75, 76, 84, 86, 87,

91, 94, 95

Connection 12, 17, 28, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36,

37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 80, 82 ,86, 87, 90,

94, 95

Start Ramp Time 51, 57, 59, 60, 64

Start up faults 86

Circuits, connection 12, 13, 17, 31, 80, 82,

94, 95

Status Information 46, 80

Stop Ramp Time 51, 57, 59, 61, 65,

Storage 18, 28, 42

T

Technical data 17,19, 42

Temperature 16, 18, 42, 88

Timing diagram 76

Thermistor 16

Thyristor 10, 87, 89

Thyristor overload protection a Softstarter thermal overload

Thyristor short circuit fault a Shunt fault

TOR 10, 12, 32, 41, 60, 61, 62, 94, 95

Torque 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 60, 61,

64, 65

Torque Control 16, 51, 57, 60, 61, 64, 65

Transfer of parameters 42, 43, 57, 58

Tripping event 12, 46, 48, 49, 72, 76, 85,

Troubleshooting 84

Two phase control 32, 38, 41, 46, 47, 56,

57, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 66, 70, 75, 82,

Type designation 16, 18, 75

Type of operation 57, 58, 67, 68, 69, 70,

73,

U

Uc 10

Ue 10

Underload 16, 51, 58, 68, 84, 85, 91

Type of operation 58, 68

Protection 58, 68, 84, 85, 91

Us 10

Unlocking the keypad 49

Unpacking 28

Upload of parameters 43, 80

W

Warning 4, 12, 13, 16, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33,

35, 38, 39, 40, 41, 50, 84

Warning high current 84, 85, 91

Warning low current a Bad network quality

Warnings (tripping events) 85

Weights 19

Wire diagrams 94, 95

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