GEK-106289J
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GE Industrial Systems
469
MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY®
Instruction Manual
469 Firmware Revision: 30E29x.000
469PC Software Revision: 2.9x
Manual P/N: 1601-0057-DH (GEK-106289J)
Copyright © 2008 GE Multilin
469 STATUS
OUTPUT RELAYS
MOTOR STATUS
SR469 IN SERVICE
STOPPED
R1 TRIP
SETPOINT ACCESS
STARTING
R2 AUXILIARY
COMPUTER RS232
RUNNING
R3 AUXILIARY
COMPUTER RS485
OVERLOAD PICKUP
R4 ALARM
AUXILIARY RS485
UNBALANCE PICKUP
R5 BLOCK START
LOCKOUT
GROUND PICKUP
R6 SERVICE
RESET
POSSIBLE
RESET
MESSAGE
NEXT
PROGRAM PORT
HOT RTD
LOSS OF LOAD
7
SETPOINT
8
9
MESSAGE
ACTUAL
4
5
6
ESCAPE
1
2
3
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0
HELP
VALUE
ENTER
469 Motor Management Relay®
806766A5.CDR
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215 Anderson Avenue, Markham, Ontario
Canada L6E 1B3
Tel: (905) 294-6222 Fax: (905) 294-8512
Internet: http://www.GEindustrial.com/multilin
ISO9001:2000
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QMI # 005094
UL # A3775
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 OVERVIEW
1.1.1
1.1.2
Description ......................................................................................................... 1-1
Order Information ............................................................................................... 1-3
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.1
2. INSTALLATION
469 Specifications .............................................................................................. 1-4
2.1 MECHANICAL
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
Description ......................................................................................................... 2-1
Product Identification.......................................................................................... 2-2
Installation .......................................................................................................... 2-3
Unit Withdrawal and Insertion ............................................................................ 2-4
Terminal Locations............................................................................................. 2-6
2.2 ELECTRICAL
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
2.2.11
2.2.12
2.2.13
3. USER INTERFACES
Typical Wiring Diagram ...................................................................................... 2-8
Control Power .................................................................................................... 2-9
Current Inputs .................................................................................................. 2-10
Voltage Inputs .................................................................................................. 2-13
Digital Inputs .................................................................................................... 2-13
Analog Inputs ................................................................................................... 2-14
Analog Outputs ................................................................................................ 2-14
RTD Sensor Connections ................................................................................ 2-15
Output Relays .................................................................................................. 2-17
Drawout Indicator ............................................................................................. 2-18
RS485 Communications Ports ......................................................................... 2-18
Dielectric Strength............................................................................................ 2-19
Two-Speed Motor Wiring ................................................................................. 2-20
3.1 FACEPLATE INTERFACE
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
Display ............................................................................................................... 3-1
LED Indicators.................................................................................................... 3-1
RS232 Program Port.......................................................................................... 3-2
Keypad ............................................................................................................... 3-2
Setpoint Entry..................................................................................................... 3-3
3.2 469PC SOFTWARE INTERFACE
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
3.2.9
4. SETPOINTS
Requirements..................................................................................................... 3-4
Installation/Upgrade ........................................................................................... 3-5
Startup and Communications Configuration ...................................................... 3-7
Using 469PC ...................................................................................................... 3-8
Trending ........................................................................................................... 3-12
Waveform Capture ........................................................................................... 3-14
Phasors ............................................................................................................ 3-15
Event Records.................................................................................................. 3-15
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 3-16
4.1 OVERVIEW
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
Setpoint Message Map ...................................................................................... 4-1
Trips, Alarms, and Blocks .................................................................................. 4-5
Relay Assignment Practices .............................................................................. 4-5
4.2 S1 469 SETUP
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.2.7
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Passcode ........................................................................................................... 4-6
Preferences........................................................................................................ 4-7
Serial Ports......................................................................................................... 4-8
Real Time Clock................................................................................................. 4-8
Default Messages .............................................................................................. 4-9
Message Scratchpad ....................................................................................... 4-10
Clear Data ........................................................................................................ 4-10
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4.2.8
Installation.........................................................................................................4-11
4.3 S2 SYSTEM SETUP
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
Current Sensing................................................................................................4-12
Voltage Sensing................................................................................................4-13
Power System...................................................................................................4-14
Serial Communication Control ..........................................................................4-14
Reduced Voltage ..............................................................................................4-15
4.4 S3 DIGITAL INPUTS
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
Description ........................................................................................................4-17
Starter Status....................................................................................................4-17
Assignable Inputs 1 to 4 ...................................................................................4-18
4.5 S4 OUTPUT RELAYS
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
Description ........................................................................................................4-26
Relay Reset Mode ............................................................................................4-26
Force Output Relay...........................................................................................4-27
4.6 S5 THERMAL MODEL
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
Motor Thermal Limits ........................................................................................4-28
Thermal Model ..................................................................................................4-29
Overload Curve Setup ......................................................................................4-30
4.7 S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.7.5
4.7.6
4.7.7
Short Circuit Trip ...............................................................................................4-42
Overload Alarm .................................................................................................4-43
Mechanical Jam ................................................................................................4-43
Undercurrent .....................................................................................................4-44
Current Unbalance............................................................................................4-45
Ground Fault .....................................................................................................4-46
Phase Differential .............................................................................................4-47
4.8 S7 MOTOR STARTING
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
Acceleration Timer ............................................................................................4-48
Start Inhibit........................................................................................................4-48
Jogging Block ...................................................................................................4-49
Restart Block ....................................................................................................4-50
4.9 S8 RTD TEMPERATURE
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
4.9.4
4.9.5
4.9.6
4.9.7
RTD Types........................................................................................................4-51
RTDs 1 to 6.......................................................................................................4-52
RTDs 7 to 10.....................................................................................................4-53
RTD 11 .............................................................................................................4-54
RTD 12 .............................................................................................................4-55
Open RTD Sensor ............................................................................................4-56
RTD Short/Low Temp .......................................................................................4-56
4.10 S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS
4.10.1
4.10.2
4.10.3
4.10.4
Undervoltage ....................................................................................................4-57
Overvoltage ......................................................................................................4-59
Phase Reversal ................................................................................................4-59
Frequency .........................................................................................................4-60
4.11 S10 POWER ELEMENTS
4.11.1
4.11.2
4.11.3
4.11.4
4.11.5
4.11.6
4.11.7
Power Measurement Conventions....................................................................4-61
Power Factor ....................................................................................................4-62
Reactive Power.................................................................................................4-63
Underpower ......................................................................................................4-64
Reverse Power .................................................................................................4-65
Torque Setup ....................................................................................................4-66
Overtorque Setup .............................................................................................4-66
4.12 S11 MONITORING
4.12.1
4.12.2
4.12.3
4.12.4
Trip Counter ......................................................................................................4-67
Starter Failure ...................................................................................................4-68
Current, KW, Kvar, and KVA Demand ..............................................................4-69
Pulse Output .....................................................................................................4-70
4.13 S12 ANALOG I/O
4.13.1
4.13.2
4.13.3
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Analog Outputs 1 to 4 .......................................................................................4-72
Analog Inputs 1 to 4 ..........................................................................................4-74
Analog In Diff 1-2 ..............................................................................................4-76
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Analog In Diff 3-4 ............................................................................................. 4-77
4.14 S13 469 TESTING
4.14.1
4.14.2
4.14.3
4.14.4
4.14.5
4.14.6
4.14.7
Simulation Mode .............................................................................................. 4-78
Pre-Fault Setup ................................................................................................ 4-79
Fault Setup....................................................................................................... 4-80
Test Output Relays .......................................................................................... 4-81
Test Analog Output .......................................................................................... 4-81
Comm Port Monitor .......................................................................................... 4-82
GEPM Use Only............................................................................................... 4-82
4.15 S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR
4.15.1
4.15.2
4.15.3
4.15.4
5. ACTUAL VALUES
Description ....................................................................................................... 4-83
Speed 2 O/L Setup........................................................................................... 4-83
Speed 2 Undercurrent...................................................................................... 4-85
Speed 2 Acceleration ....................................................................................... 4-85
5.1 OVERVIEW
5.1.1
5.1.2
Actual Values Message Map.............................................................................. 5-1
Description ......................................................................................................... 5-2
5.2 A1 STATUS
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
Motor Status....................................................................................................... 5-3
Last Trip Data..................................................................................................... 5-3
Alarm Status....................................................................................................... 5-5
Start Blocks ........................................................................................................ 5-7
Digital Inputs ...................................................................................................... 5-8
Real Time Clock................................................................................................. 5-8
5.3 A2 METERING DATA
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
5.3.6
5.3.7
5.3.8
Current Metering ................................................................................................ 5-9
Temperature..................................................................................................... 5-10
Voltage Metering .............................................................................................. 5-11
Speed............................................................................................................... 5-11
Power Metering ................................................................................................ 5-12
Demand Metering............................................................................................. 5-13
Analog Inputs ................................................................................................... 5-13
Phasors ............................................................................................................ 5-14
5.4 A3 LEARNED DATA
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
Motor Starting................................................................................................... 5-16
Average Motor Load......................................................................................... 5-16
RTD Maximums ............................................................................................... 5-17
Analog In Min/Max ........................................................................................... 5-18
5.5 A4 MAINTENANCE
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
Trip Counters ................................................................................................... 5-19
General Counters............................................................................................. 5-20
Timers .............................................................................................................. 5-21
5.6 A5 EVENT RECORDER
5.6.1
Event 01 to Event 40........................................................................................ 5-22
5.7 A6 PRODUCT INFO
5.7.1
5.7.2
469 Model Information ..................................................................................... 5-24
Calibration Information ..................................................................................... 5-24
5.8 DIAGNOSTICS
5.8.1
5.8.2
6. COMMUNICATIONS
6.1 MODBUS PROTOCOL
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
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Diagnostic Messages ....................................................................................... 5-25
Flash Messages ............................................................................................... 5-26
Electrical Interface.............................................................................................. 6-1
Modbus RTU Protocol........................................................................................ 6-1
Data Frame Format and Data Rate.................................................................... 6-1
Data Packet Format ........................................................................................... 6-1
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6.1.5
6.1.6
CRC-16 Algorithm...............................................................................................6-2
Timing .................................................................................................................6-2
6.2 MODBUS FUNCTIONS
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.2.8
6.2.9
6.2.10
Supported Functions...........................................................................................6-3
Function Codes 01/02: Read Relay Coil / Digital Input Status ...........................6-3
Function Codes 03/04: Read Setpoints / Actual Values .....................................6-5
Function Code 05: Execute Operation................................................................6-6
Function Code 06: Store Single Setpoint............................................................6-6
Function Code 07: Read Device Status..............................................................6-7
Function Code 08: Loopback Test ......................................................................6-7
Function Code 16: Store Multiple Setpoints .......................................................6-8
Function Code 16: Performing Commands ........................................................6-9
Error Responses .................................................................................................6-9
6.3 MEMORY MAP
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
7. TESTING
Memory Map Information ..................................................................................6-10
User-Definable Memory Map Area ...................................................................6-10
Event Recorder .................................................................................................6-10
Waveform Capture............................................................................................6-11
469 Memory Map ..............................................................................................6-12
Memory Map Format Codes .............................................................................6-46
7.1 OVERVIEW
7.1.1
Test Setup ..........................................................................................................7-1
7.2 HARDWARE FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
7.2.6
7.2.7
7.2.8
Phase Current Accuracy Test .............................................................................7-2
Voltage Input Accuracy Test ...............................................................................7-2
Ground and Differential Accuracy Test ...............................................................7-3
GE Multilin 50:0.025 Ground Accuracy Test.......................................................7-4
RTD Accuracy Test.............................................................................................7-4
Digital Inputs and Trip Coil Supervision ..............................................................7-6
Analog Inputs and Outputs .................................................................................7-7
Output Relays .....................................................................................................7-8
7.3 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
A. APPENDIX A
Overload Curve Test...........................................................................................7-9
Power Measurement Test.................................................................................7-10
Unbalance Test.................................................................................................7-10
Voltage Phase Reversal Test ...........................................................................7-12
Short Circuit Test ..............................................................................................7-12
A.1 TWO-PHASE CT CONFIGURATION
A.1.1
Description ......................................................................................................... A-1
A.2 COOL TIME CONSTANTS
A.2.1
A.2.2
Selection of Cool Time Constants ..................................................................... A-3
Example ............................................................................................................. A-3
A.3 CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
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A.3.1
A.3.2
A.3.3
Ground Fault CTs for 50:0.025 A CT ................................................................. A-4
Ground Fault CTs for 5 A Secondary CT........................................................... A-5
Phase CTs ......................................................................................................... A-6
B.1.1
EU Declaration of conformity ............................................................................. B-3
469 Motor Management Relay
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1.1 OVERVIEW
1 INTRODUCTION 1.1OVERVIEW
1.1.1 DESCRIPTION
The 469 Motor Management Relay is a microprocessor based relay designed for the protection and management of
medium and large horsepower motors and driven equipment. The 469 is equipped with six output relays for trips, alarms,
and start blocks. Motor protection, fault diagnostics, power metering, and RTU functions are integrated into one economical
drawout package. The single-line diagram below illustrates the 469 functionality using ANSI (American National Standards
Institute) device numbers.
Figure 1–1: SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM
Typical applications include:
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Pumps
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Fans
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Compressors
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Mills
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Shredders
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Extruders
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Debarkers
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Refiners
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Cranes
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Conveyors
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Chillers
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Crushers
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Blowers
Some of the protection highlights are detailed here; a complete list is shown below. Four assignable digital inputs may be
configured for a number of different features including tachometer or generic trip and alarm with a programmable name.
The thermal model incorporates unbalance biasing, RTD feedback, and exponential cooling. In addition to the 15 standard
overload curves, there is a custom curve feature and a curve specifically designed for the starting of high inertia loads,
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when the acceleration time exceeds the safe stall time. A second overload curve is provided for two-speed motors. Ground
faults or earth leakage as low as 0.25 A may be detected using the GE Power Management 50:0.025 Ground CT. CT inputs
for phase differential protection are also provided. The 12 RTD inputs provided may be individually field programmed for
different RTD types. Voltage transformer inputs allow for numerous protection features based on voltage and power quantities. Four 4 to 20 mA analog inputs may be used for tripping and alarming on any transducer input such as vibration, pressure, flow, etc.
51
86
66
50
32
37
46
50G/51G
87
49
38
27/59
47
81
55/78
14
19
48
Overload
Overload Lockout
Starts/Hour & Time Between Starts
Restart Block (Anti-Backspin Timer)
Short Circuit & Short Circuit Backup
Mechanical Jam
Reverse Power
Undercurrent/Underpower
Current Unbalance
Ground Fault & Ground Fault Backup
Differential
Acceleration
Stator RTD
Bearing RTD
Other RTD & Ambient RTD
Open RTD Alarm
Short/Low RTD
Undervoltage/Overvoltage
Phase Reversal
Frequency
Reactive Power
Power Factor
Analog Input
Demand Alarm: A kW kvar kVA
SR469 Self-Test, Service
Trip Coil Supervision
Welded Contactor
Breaker Failure
Remote Switch
Speed Switch & Tachometer Trip
Load Shed Switch
Pressure Switch
Vibration Switch
Reduced Voltage Start
Incomplete Sequence (Reduced Voltage Start)
Remote Start/Stop
Over Torque
Forced Relay Operation
PROCTLA5.CDR
Figure 1–2: PROTECTION FEATURES
Fault diagnostics are provided through pretrip data, event record, trace memory, and statistics. Prior to issuing a trip, the
469 takes a snapshot of the measured parameters and stores them with the cause of the trip. This pre-trip data may be
viewed using the NEXT key before the trip is reset, or by accessing the A1 STATUS ÖØ LAST TRIP DATA actual values. The
469 event recorder stores up to 40 time and date stamped events including the pre-trip data. Each time a trip occurs, the
469 stores a trace of 8 cycles pre-trip and 8 cycles post-trip for all measured AC quantities. Trip counters record the number
of occurrences of each type of trip. Minimum and maximum values for RTDs and analog inputs are also recorded. These
features enable the operator to pinpoint a problem quickly and with certainty.
Power metering included with the 469 as a standard feature. The table below outlines the metered parameters available
either through the front panel or communications ports.
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The 469 is equipped with 3 fully functional and independent communications ports. The front panel RS232 port may be
used for 469 setpoint programming, local interrogation or control, and upgrading of 469 firmware. The Computer RS485
port may be connected to a PLC, DCS, or PC based user interface program. The Auxiliary RS485 port may be used for
redundancy or simultaneous interrogation and/or control from a second PLC, DCS, or PC software.
There are also four 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 1 mA (as specified with order) transducer outputs that may be assigned to any measured parameter. The range of these outputs is scalable. Additional features are outlined in the table below.
METERING
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Voltage
Drawout case (for ease of maintenance/testing)
Current and amps demand
Reduced voltage starting control for single transition
Real power, kW demand, kW power consumption
Trip coil supervision
Apparent power and kVA demand
Flash memory for easy firmware updates
Reactive power, kvar demand, kvar consumption/generation
Frequency
Power Factor
RTD
Speed in RPM with a key phasor input
User-programmable analog inputs
1.1.2 ORDER INFORMATION
All 469 features are standard; there are no options. The phase CT secondaries, control power, and analog output range
must be specified at the time of order. The 469 differential CT inputs are field programmable for CTs with 1 A or 5 A secondaries. There are two ground CT inputs, one for the GE Power Management 50:0.025 core balance CT and one for a ground
CT with a 1 A or 5 A secondary, also field programmable. The VT inputs will accommodate VTs in either a delta or wye configuration. The output relays are always non-failsafe with the exception of the service relay. The 469PC software is provided
with each unit. A metal demo case may be ordered for demonstration or testing purposes.
Table 1–1: 469 ORDER CODES
469 —
469
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6
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6
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Current Transformer Inputs: 1 A Phase CT Secondaries
Current Transformer Inputs: 5 A Phase CT Secondaries
P5
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LO
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25 to 60 V DC; 20 to 48 V AC at 48 to 62 Hz
HI
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90 to 300 V DC; 70 to 265 V AC at 48 to 62 Hz
A1
0 to 1 mA Analog Outputs
A20
4 to 20 mA Analog Outputs
For example, the 469-P1-LO-A20 code specifies a 469 Motor Management Relay with 1 A CT Inputs, 25 to 60 V DC or 20
to 48 V AC control voltage, and 4 to 20 mA Analog Outputs. Other accessories are shown below:
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469PC Software: Provided free with each relay
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DEMO: Metal Carry Case in which 469 unit may be mounted
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SR 19-1 PANEL: Single cutout 19" panel; SR 19-2 PANEL: Dual cutout 19" panel
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SCI MODULE: RS232 to RS485 converter box designed for harsh industrial environments
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Phase CT: 50, 75, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 500, 600, 750, 1000
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HGF3, HGF5, HGF8: For sensitive ground detection on high resistance grounded systems.
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469 1" Collar: For shallow switchgear, reduces the depth of the relay by 1 #3/8"
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469 3" Collar: For shallow switchgear, reduces the depth of the relay by 3"
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Optional Mounting Kit: Additional mounting support 1819-0030
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1.2SPECIFICATIONS
1.2.1 469 SPECIFICATIONS
VOLTAGE INPUTS
POWER SUPPLY
Options:
LO / HI (must be specified with order)
VT Ratio:
1.00 to 150.00:1 in steps of 0.01
LO Range:
DC: 20 to 60 V DC
AC: 20 to 48 V AC at 48 to 62 Hz
VT Secondary:
273 V AC (full scale)
Conversion Range:
0.05 to 1.00 × full scale
Hi Range:
DC: 90 to 300 V DC
AC: 70 to 265 V AC at 48 to 62 Hz
Accuracy:
±0.5% of full scale
45 VA (max), 25 VA typical
Max. Continuous:
280 V AC
Burden:
> 500 kΩ
Power:
Proper operation time without supply voltage: 30 ms
FUSE (HI and LO VOLT)
Current rating:
2.50 A
Type:
5 × 20 mm Slow-Blow Littlefuse,
High Breaking Capacity
Model Number:
DIGITAL INPUTS
Inputs:
9 opto-isolated inputs
External Switch:
dry contact < 400 Ω, or open collector
NPN transistor from sensor; 6 mA sinking from internal 4 KΩ pull-up at 24 V DC
with Vce < 4 V DC
469 Sensor Supply:
+24 V DC at 20 mA maximum
21502.5
An external fuse must be used if the supply voltage
exceeds 250 V.
NOTE
RTD INPUTS
3 wire RTD Types:
PHASE CURRENT INPUTS
100 Ω Platinum (DIN.43760), 100 Ω
Nickel, 120 Ω Nickel, 10 Ω Copper
CT Primary:
1 to 5000 A
RTD Sensing Current: 5mA
CT Secondary:
1 A or 5 A (must be specified with order)
Isolation:
Burden:
Less than 0.2 VA at rated load
36 Vpk
(isolated with analog inputs and outputs)
Conversion Range:
0.05 to 20 × CT
Range:
–50 to +250°C
Accuracy:
at < 2 × CT: ± 0.5% of 2 × CT
at ≥ 2 × CT: ± 1% of 20 × CT
Accuracy:
±2°C
Lead Resistance:
25 Ω Max per lead for Pt and Ni type
3 Ω Max per lead for Cu type
No Sensor:
>1000 Ω
Short/Low Alarm:
< –50°C
CT Withstand:
1 second at 80 × rated current
2 seconds at 40 × rated current
continuous at 3 × rated current
GROUND CURRENT INPUTS
TRIP COIL SUPERVISION
CT Primary:
1 to 5000 A
CT Secondary:
1 A or 5 A (setpoint)
Burden:
< 0.2 VA at rated load for 1 A or 5 A
< 0.25 VA for 50:0.025 at 25 A
Conversion Range:
0.02 to 1 × CT primary Amps
Accuracy:
± 0.5% of 1 × CT for 5 A
± 0.5% of 5 × CT for 1 A
± 0.125 A for 50:0.025
CT Withstand:
1 second at 80 × rated current
2 seconds at 40 × rated current
continuous at 3 × rated current
Applicable Voltage:
20 to 300 V DC / V AC
Trickle Current:
2 to 5 mA
ANALOG CURRENT INPUTS
Current Inputs:
0 to 1 mA, 0 to 20mA or 4 to 20 mA
(setpoint)
Input Impedance:
226 Ω ±10%
Conversion Range:
0 to 21 mA
Accuracy:
±1% of full scale
Type:
passive
Analog In Supply:
+24 V DC at 100 mA maximum
DIFFERENTIAL PHASE CURRENT INPUTS
Response Time:
≤ 100 ms
CT Primary:
1 to 5000A
CT Secondary:
1 A or 5 A (setpoint)
COMMUNICATIONS PORTS
RS232 Port:
1, Front Panel, non-isolated
Burden:
Less than 0.2 VA at rated load
RS485 Ports:
Conversion Range:
0.02 to 1 × CT
2, Isolated together at 36 Vpk
Baud Rates:
Accuracy:
±0.5% of 1 × CT for 5 A
±0.5% of 5 × CT for 1 A
RS485: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600,
19200
RS232: 9600
CT Withstand:
1 second at 80 × rated current
2 seconds at 40 × rated current
continuous at 3 × rated current
Parity:
None, Odd, Even
Protocol:
Modbus® RTU / half duplex
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469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
ANALOG CURRENT OUTPUT
OUTPUT RELAYS
Type:
Active
Range:
4 to 20 mA, 0 to 1 mA
(must be specified with order)
Accuracy:
±1% of full scale
Maximum Load:
4 to 20 mA input: 1200 Ω
0 to 1 mA input: 10 kΩ
Isolation:
36 Vpk
(Isolated with RTDs and Analog Inputs)
4 Assignable Outputs:
phase A current, phase B current, phase
C current, 3 phase average current,
ground current, phase AN (AB) voltage,
phase BN (BC) voltage, phase CN (CA)
voltage, 3 phase average voltage, hottest stator RTD, hottest bearing RTD,
hottest other RTD, RTD # 1 to 12, Power
factor, 3-phase Real power (kW), 3phase Apparent power (kVA, 3-phase
Reactive power (kvar), Thermal Capacity
Used, Relay Lockout Time, Current
Demand, kvar Demand, kW Demand,
kVA Demand, Motor Load, Torque
OVERLOAD / STALL PROTECTION / THERMAL MODEL
Overload Curves:
Curve Biasing:
15 Standard Overload Curves, Custom
Curve, Voltage Dependent Custom
Curve for high inertia starting (all curves
time out against average phase current)
Phase Unbalance
Hot/Cold Curve Ratio
Stator RTD
Running Cool rate
Stopped Cool Rate
Line Voltage
Overload Pickup:
1.01 to 1.25 (for service factor)
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Phase Current Inputs
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ±2% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
TERMINALS
Low Voltage (A, B, C, D terminals): 12 AWG max.
High Voltage (E, F, G, H terminals): #8 ring lug, 10 AWG wire std.
PHASE SHORT CIRCUIT
Pickup Level:
4.0 to 20.0 × CT primary in steps of 0.1
of any one phase
Time Delay:
0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Phase Current Inputs
Timing Accuracy:
+50 ms
Elements:
Trip
MECHANICAL JAM
Pickup Level:
1.01 to 3.00 × FLA in steps of 0.01 of any
one phase, blocked on start
Time Delay:
1 to 30 s in steps of 1
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Phase Current Inputs
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5 s or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip
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WARNING
Relay contacts must be considered unsafe to touch
when the 469 is energized! If the output relay contacts are required for low voltage accessible applications, it is the customer's responsibility to ensure
proper insulation levels.
Configuration:
6 Electromechanical Form C
Contact Material:
silver alloy
Operate Time:
10 ms
Max ratings for 100000 operations
VOLTAGE
DC
RESISTIVE
MAKE/CARRY
BREAK
MAX.
LOAD
CONTINUOUS
0.2S
30 V
10 A
30 A
10 A
300 W
125 V
10 A
30 A
0.5 A
62.5 W
250 V
10 A
30 A
0.3 A
75 W
DC
30 V
INDUCTIVE L/
125 V
R=40ms
250 V
10 A
30 A
5A
150 W
10 A
30 A
0.25 A
31.3 W
10 A
30 A
0.15 A
37.5 W
AC
RESISTIVE
120 V
10 A
30 A
10 A
2770 VA
250 V
10 A
30 A
10 A
2770 VA
AC
INDUCTIVE
P.F.=0.4
120 V
10 A
30 A
4A
480 VA
250 V
10 A
30 A
3A
750 VA
UNDERCURRENT
Pickup Level:
0.10 to 0.95 × CT primary in steps of
0.01 of any one phase
Time Delay:
1 to 60 s in steps of 1
Block From Start:
0 to 15000 s in steps of 1
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Phase Current Inputs
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5 s or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
CURRENT UNBALANCE
Unbalance:
I2 / I1 if Iavg > FLA
I2 / I1 × Iavg / FLA if Iavg < FLA
Range:
0 to 100% UB in steps of 1
Pickup Level:
4 to 40% UB in steps of 1
Time Delay:
1 to 60 s in steps of 1
Pickup Accuracy:
±2%
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5 s or ± 0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
GROUND INSTANTANEOUS
Pickup Level:
0.1 to 1.0 × CT primary in steps of 0.01
Time Delay:
0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Ground Current Input
Timing Accuracy:
+50 ms
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL INSTANTANEOUS
Pickup Level:
0.05 to 1.0 × CT primary in steps of 0.01
of any one phase
Time Delay:
0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Phase Differential Current Inputs
Timing Accuracy:
+50 ms
Elements:
Trip
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ACCELERATION TIMER
REMOTE SWITCH
Pickup:
transition of no phase current to > overload pickup
Configurable:
Timing Accuracy:
100 ms max.
Dropout:
when current falls below overload pickup
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
Time Delay:
1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ± 0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip
JOGGING BLOCK
Starts/Hour:
1 to 5 in steps of 1
Time between Starts: 1 to 500 min.
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5 s or ± 0.5% of total time
Elements:
Block
RESTART BLOCK
Time Delay:
1 to 50000 s in steps of 1
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5 s or ± 0.5% of total time
Elements:
Block
RTD
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
SPEED SWITCH
Configurable:
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
Time Delay:
1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1
Timing Accuracy:
100 ms max.
Elements:
Trip
LOAD SHED
Configurable:
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
Timing Accuracy:
100 ms max.
Elements:
Trip
PRESSURE SWITCH
Configurable:
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
Time Delay:
0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1
Block From Start:
0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
Pickup:
1 to 250°C in steps of 1
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Pickup Hysteresis:
2°C
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
Time Delay:
3s
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
VIBRATION SWITCH
Configurable:
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
UNDERVOLTAGE
Time Delay:
0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1
Pickup Level:
Motor Starting:
Motor Running:
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
0.60 to 0.99 × Rated in steps of 0.01
0.60 to 0.99 × Rated in steps of 0.01 of
any one phase
DIGITAL COUNTER
0.1 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
Configurable:
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Voltage Inputs
Count Frequency:
≤ 50 times a second
Timing Accuracy:
<100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Range:
0 to 1 000 000 000
Trip and Alarm
Elements:
Alarm
Time Delay:
Elements:
TACHOMETER
OVERVOLTAGE
1.01 to 1.10 × rated in steps of 0.01 of
any one phase
Configurable:
Assignable to Digital Inputs1 to 4
RPM Range:
100 to 7200 RPM
Time Delay:
0.1 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
Pulse Duty Cycle:
> 10%
Pickup Accuracy:
as per Voltage Inputs
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
GENERAL PURPOSE SWITCH
Pickup Level:
Configurable:
Assignable Digital Inputs1 to 4
VOLTAGE PHASE REVERSAL
Time Delay:
0.1 to 5000.0 s in steps of 0.1
Configuration:
ABC or ACB phase rotation
Block From Start:
0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
Timing Accuracy:
500 to 700 ms
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
FREQUENCY
POWER FACTOR
Required Voltage:
> 30% of full scale in Phase A
Range:
0.01 lead or lag to 1.00
Overfrequency Pkp:
25.01 to 70.00 in steps of 0.01
Pickup Level:
0.99 to 0.05 in steps of 0.01, Lead & Lag
Underfrequency Pkp:
20.00 to 60.00 in steps of 0.01
Time Delay:
0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
Accuracy:
±0.02 Hz
Block From Start:
0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
Time Delay:
0.1 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
Pickup Accuracy:
±0.02
Timing Accuracy:
<100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Timing Accuracy:
±100 ms or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
REDUCED VOLTAGE START
Transition Level:
25 to 300% FLA in steps of 1
Transition Time:
1 to 250 s in steps of 1
Transition Control:
Current, Timer, Current and Timer
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1 INTRODUCTION
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
3-PHASE REAL POWER
DEMAND
Range:
0 to ±99999 kW
Metered Values:
Underpower Pkp:
1 to 25000 kW in steps of 1
Time Delay:
1 to 30 s in steps of 1
Block From Start:
0 to 15000 s in steps of 1
Pickup Accuracy:
at Iavg < 2 × CT:
at Iavg > 2 × CT
±1% of 3 × 2 × CT × VT × VTfull scale
±1.5% of 3 × 20 × CT × VT × VTfull scale
Measurement Type: Rolling Demand
Demand Interval:
5 to 90 minutes in steps of 1
Update Rate:
1 minute
Alarm
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5 s or ±0.5% of total time
Elements:
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
OTHER FEATURES
Pre-Trip Data
3-PHASE APPARENT POWER
Event Recorder
Range:
0 to 65535 kVA
Accuracy:
at Iavg < 2 × CT:
at Iavg > 2 × CT:
±1% of 3 × 2 × CT × VT × VTfull scale
±1.5% of 3 × 20 × CT × VT × VTfull scale
Trace Memory
Starter Failure
Fault Simulation
3-PHASE REACTIVE POWER
VT Failure
Range:
0 to ±99999 kvar
Pickup Level:
±1 to 25000 kvar in steps of 1
ENVIRONMENT
Time Delay:
0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
Ambient Storage Temperature: –40°C to +80°C
Block From Start:
0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
Humidity:
Pickup Accuracy:
at Iavg < 2 × CT:
at Iavg > 2 × CT:
±1% of 3 × 2 × CT × VT × VTfull scale
±1.5% of 3 × 20 × CT × VT × VTfull scale
Timing Accuracy:
±100ms or ± 0.5% of total time
Elements:
Trip and Alarm
Ambient Operating Temperature: –40°C to +60°C
Up to 90%, non-condensing.
Altitude:
Up to 2000 m
Pollution Degree:
2
At temperatures lower than –20°C, the LCD contrast
may be impaired.
NOTE
OVERTORQUE
Pickup Level:
1
Maximum Phase Current
3 Phase Real Power
3 Phase Apparent Power
3 Phase Reactive Power
1.0 to 999999.9 Nm/ft·lb in steps of 0.1;
torque unit is selectable under torque
setup
Time Delay:
0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
Pickup Accuracy:
±2.0%
Time Accuracy:
±100 ms or 0.5% of total time
Elements:
Alarm (INDUCTION MOTORS ONLY)
METERED REAL POWER CONSUMPTION
Description:
Continuous total real power consumption
Range:
0 to 999999.999 MW·hours.
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5%
Update Rate:
5 seconds
METERED REACTIVE POWER CONSUMPTION
LONG-TERM STORAGE
Environment: In addition to the above environmental
considerations, the relay should be stored in an
environment that is dry, corrosive-free, and not
in direct sunlight.
Correct storage:Prevents premature component failures
caused by environmental factors such as
moisture or corrosive gases. Exposure to high
humidity or corrosive environments will
prematurely degrade the electronic
components in any electronic device regardless
of its use or manufacturer, unless specific
precautions, such as those mentioned in the
Environment section above, are taken
NOTE
It is recommended that all relays be powered
up once per year, for one hour continuously, to
avoid deterioration of electrolytic capacitors
and subsequent relay failure.
Description:
Continuous total reactive power consumption
Range:
0 to 999999.999 Mvar·hours
BATTERY BACKUP
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5%
Usage:
Update Rate:
5 seconds
only when there is no control power to
relay
Life expectancy:
≥ 10 years with no control power to relay
METERED REACTIVE POWER GENERATION
Description:
Continuous total reactive power generation
CASE
Type:
Fully drawout (automatic CT shorts)
Seal provision
Range:
0 to 2000000.000 Mvar·hours
Seal:
Timing Accuracy:
±0.5%
Door:
Dust tight door
5 seconds
Mounting:
Panel or 19" rack mount
IP Class:
IP20-X
Update Rate:
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PRODUCTION TESTS
PACKAGING
Thermal Cycling:
Operational test at ambient, reducing to
–40°C and then increasing to 60°C
Shipping Box:
12” × 11” × 10” (W × H × D)
30.5cm × 27.9cm × 25.4cm
Dielectric Strength:
1.9 kV AC for 1 second, or 1.6 kV AC for
1 minute, per UL 508.
Shipping Weight:
17 lbs Max / 7.7 kg
DO NOT CONNECT FILTER GROUND TO SAFETY
GROUND DURING ANY PRODUCTION TESTS!
CERTIFICATION
ISO:
Manufactured under an ISO9001 registered system.
WARNING
UL:
UL listed for the USA and Canada
TYPE TESTS
CE:
conforms to EN 55011/CISPR 11,
EN 50082-2
IEC:
conforms to IEC 947-1,1010-1
Dielectric Strength:
Per IEC 255-5 and ANSI/IEEE C37.90
2.0 kV for 1 minute from relays, CTs,
VTs, power supply to Safety Ground
Insulation Resistance: IEC255-5 500 V DC, from relays, CTs, VTs,
power supply to Safety Ground
WARNING
DO NOT CONNECT FILTER GROUND TO SAFETY
GROUND DURING DIELECTRIC STRENGTH OR INSULATION RESISTANCE TESTS!
Transients:
ANSI C37.90.1 Oscillatory (2.5kV/
1MHz);
ANSI C37.90.1 Fast Rise (5kV/10ns);
Ontario Hydro A-28M-82; IEC255-4
Impulse/High Frequency Disturbance,
Class III Level
Impulse Test:
IEC 255-5 0.5 Joule 5 kV
RFI:
50 MHz/15 W Transmitter
EMI:
C37.90.2 Electromagnetic Interference
at 150 MHz and 450 MHz, 10 V/m
Static:
IEC 801-2 Static Discharge
Humidity:
95% non-condensing
Temperature:
–40°C to +60°C ambient
Environment:
IEC 68-2-38 Temperature/Humidity
Cycle
Vibration:
Sinusoidal Vibration 8.0 g for 72 hrs.
Specifications are subject to change without notice!
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2.1 MECHANICAL
2 INSTALLATION 2.1MECHANICAL
2.1.1 DESCRIPTION
The 469 is packaged in the standard GE Multilin SR series arrangement, which consists of a drawout unit and a companion
fixed case. The case provides mechanical protection to the unit and is used to make permanent connections to all external
equipment. The only electrical components mounted in the case are those required to connect the unit to the external wiring. Connections in the case are fitted with mechanisms required to allow the safe removal of the relay unit from an energized panel (for example, automatic CT shorting). The unit is mechanically held in the case by pins on the locking handle
that cannot be fully lowered to the locked position until the electrical connections are completely mated. Any 469 can be
installed in any 469 case, except for custom manufactured units that are clearly identified as such on both case and unit,
and are equipped with an index pin keying mechanism to prevent incorrect pairings.
No special ventilation requirements need to be observed during the installation of the unit. The 469 can be cleaned with a
damp cloth.
Figure 2–1: DIMENSIONS
To prevent unauthorized removal of the drawout unit, a wire lead seal can be installed in the slot provided on the handle.
With this seal in place, the drawout unit cannot be removed. A passcode or setpoint access jumper can be used to prevent
entry of setpoints but allow monitoring of actual values. If access to the front panel controls must be restricted, a separate
seal can be installed on the cover to prevent it from being opened.
Hazard may result if the product is not used for its intended purpose.
WARNING
Figure 2–2: SEAL ON DRAWOUT UNIT
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2 INSTALLATION
2.1.2 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Each 469 unit and case are equipped with a permanent label. This label is installed on the left side (when facing the front of
the relay) of both unit and case. The case label details which units can be installed.
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The case label details the following information:
The unit label details the following information:
•
MODEL NUMBER
•
MODEL NUMBER
•
MANUFACTURE DATE
•
TYPE
•
SPECIAL NOTES
•
SERIAL NUMBER
•
MANUFACTURE DATE
•
PHASE CURRENT INPUTS
•
SPECIAL NOTES
•
OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY
•
INSULATION VOLTAGE
•
POLLUTION DEGREE
•
CONTROL POWER
•
OUTPUT CONTACT RATING
Figure 2–3: CASE AND UNIT IDENTIFICATION LABELS
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2.1 MECHANICAL
2.1.3 INSTALLATION
The 469 case, alone or adjacent to another SR series unit, can be installed in the panel of a standard 19-inch rack (see the
diagram below for panel cutout dimensions). Provision must be made when mounting for the front door to swing open without interference to, or from, adjacent equipment. Normally the 469 unit is mounted in its case when shipped from the factory, and should be removed before mounting the case in the supporting panel. Unit withdrawal is described in the next
section.
Double Cutout Panel
Single Cutout Panel
Figure 2–4: SINGLE AND DOUBLE 469 CUTOUT PANELS
After the mounting hole in the panel has been prepared, slide the 469 case into the panel from the front. Applying firm pressure on the front to ensure the front bezel fits snugly against the front of the panel, bend out the pair of retaining tabs (to a
horizontal position) from each side of the case as shown below. The case is now securely mounted, ready for panel wiring.
If additional support is desired, the SR optional mounting kit may be ordered.
808704A1.CDR
Figure 2–5: BEND UP MOUNTING TABS
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2 INSTALLATION
2.1.4 UNIT WITHDRAWAL AND INSERTION
TURN OFF CONTROL POWER BEFORE DRAWING OUT OR RE-INSERTING THE RELAY TO PREVENT MALOPERATION!
CAUTION
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If an attempt is made to install a unit into a non-matching case, the mechanical key will prevent full insertion of the unit. Do not apply strong force in the following step or damage may result.
CAUTION
To remove the unit from the case:
1.
Open the cover by grasping the center of the right side and then pulling the cover, which will rotate about the hinges on
the left.
2.
Release the locking latch, located below the locking handle, by pressing upward on the latch with the tip of a screwdriver.
3.
While holding the latch raised, grasp the locking handle in the center and pull firmly, rotating the handle up from the
bottom of the unit until movement ceases.
Figure 2–6: PRESS LATCH TO DISENGAGE HANDLE
Figure 2–7: ROTATE HANDLE TO STOP POSITION
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4.
2.1 MECHANICAL
Once the handle is released from the locking mechanism, the unit can freely slide out of the case when pulled by the
handle. It may sometimes be necessary to adjust the handle position slightly to free the unit.
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Figure 2–8: SLIDE UNIT OUT OF CASE
To insert the unit into the case:
1.
Raise the locking handle to the highest position.
2.
Hold the unit immediately in front of the case and align the rolling guide pins (near the hinges of the locking handle) to
the guide slots on either side of the case.
3.
Slide the unit into the case until the guide pins on the unit have engaged the guide slots on either side of the case.
4.
Grasp the locking handle from the center and press down firmly, rotating the handle from the raised position toward the
bottom of the unit.
5.
When the unit is fully inserted, the latch will be heard to click, locking the handle in the final position.
No special ventilation requirements need to be observed during the installation of the unit. The unit does
not require cleaning.
CAUTION
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2.1.5 TERMINAL LOCATIONS
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Figure 2–9: TERMINAL LAYOUT
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2.1 MECHANICAL
Table 2–1: 469 TERMINAL LIST
TERMINAL
A01
DESCRIPTION
TERMINAL
RTD #1 HOT
D21
DESCRIPTION
ASSIGNABLE SW. 03
A02
RTD #1 COMPENSATION
D22
ASSIGNABLE SW. 04
A03
RTD RETURN
D23
SWITCH COMMON
A04
RTD #2 COMPENSATION
D24
SWITCH +24 V DC
A05
RTD #2 HOT
D25
COMPUTER RS485 +
A06
RTD #3 HOT
D26
COMPUTER RS485 –
A07
RTD #3 COMPENSATION
D27
COMPUTER RS485 COMMON
A08
RTD RETURN
E01
R1 TRIP NC
A09
RTD #4 COMPENSATION
E02
R1 TRIP NO
A10
RTD #4 HOT
E03
R2 AUXILIARY COMMON
A11
RTD #5 HOT
E04
R3 AUXILIARY NC
A12
RTD #5 COMPENSATION
E05
R3 AUXILIARY NO
A13
RTD RETURN
E06
R4 ALARM COMMON
A14
RTD #6 COMPENSATION
E07
R5 BLOCK START NC
A15
RTD #6 HOT
E08
R5 BLOCK START NO
A16
ANALOG OUT COMMON –
E09
R6 SERVICE COMMON
A17
ANALOG OUT 1 +
E10
not used
A18
ANALOG OUT 2 +
E11
COIL SUPERVISION +
A19
ANALOG OUT 3 +
E12
469 DRAWOUT INDICATOR
A20
ANALOG OUT 4 +
F01
R1 TRIP COMMON
A21
ANALOG SHIELD
F02
R2 AUXILIARY NO
A22
ANALOG INPUT 24 V DC POWER SUPPLY +
F03
R2 AUXILIARY NC
A23
ANALOG INPUT 1 +
F04
R3 AUXILIARY COMMON
A24
ANALOG INPUT 2 +
F05
R4 ALARM NO
A25
ANALOG INPUT 3 +
F06
R4 ALARM NC
A26
ANALOG INPUT 4 +
F07
R5 BLOCK START COMMON
A27
ANALOG INPUT COMMON –
F08
R6 SERVICE NO
B01
RTD SHIELD
F09
R6 SERVICE NC
B02
AUXILIARY RS485 +
F10
not used
B03
AUXILIARY RS485 –
F11
COIL SUPERVISION –
B04
AUXILIARY RS485 COMMON
F12
469 DRAWOUT INDICATOR
C01
ACCESS +
G01
PHASE VT NEUTRAL
C02
ACCESS –
G02
PHASE A VT •
C03
469 UNDER TEST +
G03
DIFFERENTIAL A CT •
C04
469 UNDER TEST –
G04
DIFFERENTIAL B CT •
D01
RTD #7 HOT
G05
DIFFERENTIAL C CT •
D02
RTD #7 COMPENSATION
G06
PHASE A CT •
D03
RTD RETURN
G07
PHASE B CT •
D04
RTD #8 COMPENSATION
G08
PHASE C CT •
D05
RTD #8 HOT
G09
1A/5A GROUND CT •
D06
RTD #9 HOT
G10
50:0.025 GROUND CT •
D07
RTD #9 COMPENSATION
G11
FILTER GROUND
D08
RTD RETURN
G12
SAFETY GROUND
D09
RTD #10 COMPENSATION
H01
PHASE B VT •
D10
RTD #10 HOT
H02
PHASE C VT •
D11
RTD #11 HOT
H03
DIFFERENTIAL A CT
D12
RTD #11 COMPENSATION
H04
DIFFERENTIAL B CT
D13
RTD RETURN
H05
DIFFERENTIAL C CT
D14
RTD #12 COMPENSATION
H06
PHASE A CT
D15
RTD #12 HOT
H07
PHASE B CT
D16
STARTER STATUS
H08
PHASE C CT
D17
EMERGENCY RESTART
H09
1A/5A GROUND CT
D18
REMOTE RESET
H10
50:0.025 GROUND CT
D19
ASSIGNABLE SW. 01
H11
CONTROL POWER –
D20
ASSIGNABLE SW. 02
H12
CONTROL POWER +
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2 INSTALLATION
2.2ELECTRICAL
2.2.1 TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
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Figure 2–10: TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
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2 INSTALLATION
2.2 ELECTRICAL
A broad range of 469 applications are available. Although it is not possible to present typical connections for all possible
schemes, this section will cover the interconnections of instrument transformer inputs, other inputs, outputs, communications, and grounding. See Figure 2–9: Terminal Layout on page 2–6 and Table 2–1: 469 TERMINAL LIST on page 2–7 for
terminal arrangement.
2.2.2 CONTROL POWER
The 469 control power must match the installed switching power supply. If the applied voltage does not
match, damage to the unit may occur!
CAUTION
The order code from the terminal label on the side of the drawout unit specifies the nominal control voltage as follows:
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LO: 20 to 60 V DC; 20 to 48 V AC, or
•
HI: 90 to 300 V DC; 70 to 265 V AC
Ensure applied control voltage and rated voltage on drawout case terminal label match. For example, the HI power supply
will work with any DC voltage from 90 to 300 V, or AC voltage from 70 to 265 V. The internal fuse may blow if the applied
voltage exceeds this range.
Figure 2–11: CONTROL POWER CONNECTION
Extensive filtering and transient protection are built into the 469 to ensure proper operation in harsh industrial environments. Transient energy must be conducted back to the source through the filter ground terminal. A separate safety ground
terminal is provided for hi-pot testing.
All grounds MUST be hooked up for normal operation regardless of control power supply type.
WARNING
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2.2.3 CURRENT INPUTS
a) PHASE CURRENT INPUTS
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The 469 has three channels for phase current inputs, each with an isolating transformer. There are no internal ground connections on the current inputs. If the unit is withdrawn, each phase CT circuit is shorted by automatic mechanisms on the
469 case. The phase CTs should be chosen so the FLA is no less than 50% of the rated phase CT primary. Ideally, the
phase CT primary should be chosen such that the FLA is 100% of the phase CT primary or slightly less, never more. This
will ensure maximum accuracy for the current measurements. The maximum phase CT primary current is 5000 A.
The 469 correctly measures up to 20 times the phase current nominal rating. Since the conversion range is large, 1 A or
5 A CT secondaries must be specified at the time of order to ensure the appropriate interposing CT is installed in the unit.
The chosen CTs must be capable of driving the 469 phase CT burden (see Section 1.2: Specifications on page 1–4 for ratings).
CAUTION
Verify that the 469 nominal phase current of 1 A or 5 A matches the secondary rating and connections of
the connected CTs. Unmatched CTs may result in equipment damage or inadequate protection. Polarity of
the phase CTs is critical for Negative Sequence Unbalance calculation, power measurement, and residual
ground current detection (if used).
See Appendix A.1: Two-Phase CT Configuration on page A–1 for 2-phase CT information.
b) GROUND CURRENT INPUT
The 469 has a dual primary isolating transformer for ground CT connection. There are no internal ground connections on
the ground current inputs. The ground CT circuits are shorted by automatic mechanisms on the 469 case if the unit is withdrawn. The 1 A / 5 A tap is used either for zero-sequence/core balance applications or residual ground connections where
the summation of the three phase current CTs is passed through the ground current input (see the figure below). The maximum ground CT primary current is 5000 A for the 1 A / 5 A tap. Alternatively, the 50:0.025 ground CT input has been
designed for sensitive ground current detection on high resistance grounded systems where the GE Multilin 50:0.025 core
balance CT is to be used. For example, in mining applications where earth leakage current must be measured for personnel safety, primary ground current as low as 0.25 A may be detected with the GE Multilin 50:0.025 CT. Only one ground CT
input tap should be used on a given unit.
Figure 2–12: RESIDUAL GROUND CT CONNECTION
The 469 measures up to 5 A secondary current if the 1 A / 5 A tap is used. Since the conversion range is relatively small,
the 1 A or 5 A option is field programmable. Proper selection of this setpoint ensures proper reading of primary ground current. The 1 A / 5 A ground CT chosen must be capable of driving the 469 ground CT burden (see Section 1.2: Specifications on page 1–4). The 469 measures up to 25 A of primary ground current if this tap is used in conjunction with the GE
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The zero-sequence connection is recommended. Unequal saturation of CTs, size and location of motor,
resistance of power system and motor core saturation density, etc., may cause false readings in the residually connected GF circuit.
Only one ground input should be wired – the other input should be unconnected.
NOTE
The exact placement of a zero-sequence CT to detect only ground fault current is shown below. If the core balance CT is
placed over shielded cable, capacitive coupling of phase current into the cable shield during motor starts may be detected
as ground current unless the shield wire is also passed through the CT window. Twisted pair cabling on the zero-sequence
CT is recommended.
UNSHIELDED CABLE
SHIELDED CABLE
Figure 2–13: CORE BALANCE GROUND CT INSTALLATION
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c) DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT INPUTS
The 469 has three channels for differential current inputs, each with an isolating transformer. There are no internal ground
connections on the current inputs. Each differential CT circuit is shorted by automatic mechanisms on the 469 case if the
unit is withdrawn. The maximum differential CT primary current is 5000 A.
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The 469 measures up to 5 A secondary current for the differential CT inputs. Since the conversion range is relatively small,
the 1 A or 5 A option is field programmable. Proper selection of this setpoint ensures proper reading of primary phase differential current. The 1 A / 5 A differential CT chosen must be capable of driving the 469 differential CT burden (see Section
1.2: Specifications on page 1–4 for ratings).
The differential CTs may be core balance as shown in the first figure below. Alternatively, the summation of two CTs per
phase into the differential input will provide a larger zone of protection. If the summation of two CTs is used, observation of
CT polarity is important. The summation method may also be implemented using the phase CTs as shown below. They will
have to have the same CT ratio.
Figure 2–14: CORE BALANCE METHOD
WITHOUT PHASE CTs
WITH PHASE CTs
Figure 2–15: SUMMATION METHOD
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2.2.4 VOLTAGE INPUTS
The 469 has three channels for AC voltage inputs, each with an isolating transformer. There are no internal fuses or ground
connections on the voltage inputs. The maximum VT ratio is 150.00:1. The two VT connections are open delta (see Figure
2–10: Typical Wiring Diagram on page 2–8) or wye (see below). The voltage channels are connected in wye internally,
which means that the jumper shown on the delta-source connection of the TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM, between the
phase B input and the 469 neutral terminal, must be installed for open delta VTs.
Polarity of the VTs is critical for correct power measurement and voltage phase reversal operation.
A 1 A fuse is typically used to protect the inputs.
Figure 2–16: WYE VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER CONNECTION
2.2.5 DIGITAL INPUTS
There are 9 digital inputs designed for dry contact connections only. Two of the digital inputs (Access and Test) have their
own common terminal; the balance of the digital inputs share one common terminal (see Figure 2–10: Typical Wiring Diagram on page 2–8).
In addition, the +24 V DC switch supply is brought out for control power of an inductive or capacitive proximity probe. The
NPN transistor output could be taken to one of the assignable digital inputs configured as a counter or tachometer. Refer to
Section 1.2: Specifications on page 1–4 for maximum current draw from the +24 V DC switch supply.
DO NOT INJECT VOLTAGES TO DIGITAL INPUTS. DRY CONTACT CONNECTIONS ONLY.
CAUTION
NOTE
The digital inputs of the 469 relay are designed for dry contact connection. In the application where the
contact inputs need to be connected to the 469 relay digital inputs using long cable, it is recommended to
use interposing auxiliary contacts to interface between the 469 relay and long digital input cable. This will
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help to prevent relay operating on digital input due to induced voltage on the cables because of the capacitive
effect. It is recommended to use shielded twisted pair wires grounded at one end only for digital inputs and avoid
locating wire in close proximity to current carrying cables, contactors or other sources of high EMI
2.2.6 ANALOG INPUTS
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The 469 provides terminals for four 0 to 1mA, 0 to 20mA, or 4 to 20mA current input signals (field programmable). This current signal can be used to monitor external quantities such as vibration, pressure, or flow. The four inputs share one common return. Polarity of these inputs must be observed for proper operation The analog input circuitry is isolated as a group
with the analog output circuitry and the RTD circuitry. Only one ground reference should be used for the three circuits. Transorbs limit this isolation to ±36 V with respect to the 469 safety ground.
In addition, the +24 V DC analog input supply is brought out for control power of loop powered transducers. Refer to Section 1.2: Specifications on page 1–4 for maximum current draw from this supply.
Figure 2–17: LOOP POWERED TRANSDUCER CONNECTION
2.2.7 ANALOG OUTPUTS
The 469 provides 4 analog output channels which may be ordered to provide a full-scale range of either 0 to 1 mA (into a
maximum 10 kΩ impedance) or 4 to 20 mA (into a maximum 1200 Ω impedance). Each channel can be configured to provide full-scale output sensitivity for any range of any measured parameter.
As shown in Figure 2–10: Typical Wiring Diagram on page 2–8, these outputs share one common return. Polarity of these
outputs must be observed for proper operation. Shielded cable should be used, with only one end of the shield grounded, to
minimize noise effects.
The analog output circuitry is isolated as a group with the Analog Input circuitry and the RTD circuitry. Only one ground reference should be used for the three circuits. Transorbs limit this isolation to ±36 V with respect to the 469 safety ground.
If a voltage output is required, a burden resistor must be connected at the input of the SCADA measuring device. Ignoring
the input impedance of the input, Rload = Vfull scale / Imax. For 0 to 1 mA, for example, if 5 V full scale is required to correspond to 1 mA, Rload = 5 V / 0.001 A = 5000 Ω. For 4 to 20 mA, this resistor would be Rload = 5 V / 0.020 A = 250 Ω.
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2.2.8 RTD SENSOR CONNECTIONS
a) DESCRIPTION
The 469 monitors up to 12 RTD inputs for Stator, Bearing, Ambient, or Other temperature monitoring. The type of each RTD
is field programmable as 100 Ω Platinum (DIN 43760), 100 Ω Nickel, 120 Ω Nickel, or 10 Ω Copper. RTDs must be three
wire type. Every two RTDs shares a common return.
The RTD circuitry compensates for lead resistance, provided that each of the three leads is the same length. Lead resistance should not exceed 25 Ω per lead for platinum/nickel RTDs or 3 Ω per lead for copper RTDs. Shielded cable should be
used to prevent noise pickup in the industrial environment. RTD cables should be kept close to grounded metal casings
and away from areas of high electromagnetic or radio interference. RTD leads should not be run adjacent to or in the same
conduit as high current carrying wires.
MOTOR
STARTER
469
RELAY
3 WIRE SHIELDED CABLE
CHASSIS
GROUND
RTD TERMINALS
AT MOTOR
SHIELD
B1
HOT
A1
COMPENSATION
A2
RETURN
A3
RTD #1
RTD SENSING
MOTOR
Route cable in separate conduit from
current carrying conductors
RTD IN
MOTOR
STATOR
OR
BEARING
RTD
TERMINALS
IN MOTOR
STARTER
Maximum total lead resistance
25 ohms (Platinum & Nickel RTDs)
3 ohms (Copper RTDs)
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Figure 2–18: RTD WIRING
NOTE
IMPORTANT: The RTD circuitry is isolated as a group with the Analog Input circuitry and the Analog Output
circuitry. Only one ground reference should be used for the three circuits. Transorbs limit this isolation to
±36 V with respect to the 469 safety ground.
b) REDUCED RTD LEAD NUMBER APPLICATION
The 469 requires three leads to be brought back from each RTD: Hot, Return and Compensation. This can be quite expensive. It is however possible to reduce the number of leads required to 3 for the first RTD and 1 for each successive RTD.
Refer to the figure below for wiring configuration for this application.
Motor Control
Terminal Box
469
L1
Hot
A1
Compensation
A2
RTD Return
A3
Motor
+
L2
RTD1
L3
J3
J1
–
+
L4
Compensation
RTD2
A4
Hot
A5
Hot
A6
L5
J2
L6
–
J4
+
L7
Compensation
A7
RTD Return
A8
RTD3
No connection
–
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Figure 2–19: REDUCED WIRING RTDS
The Hot line would have to be run as usual for each RTD. The Compensation and Return leads, however, need only be run
for the first RTD. At the motor RTD terminal box, the RTD Return leads must be jumpered together with as short as possible jumpers. The Compensation leads must be jumpered together at the 469.
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Note that an error is produced on each RTD equal to the voltage drop across the jumper on the RTD return. This error
increases with each successive RTD added.
VRTD1 = VRTD1
VRTD2 = VRTD2 + VJ3
VRTD3 = VRTD3 + VJ3 + VJ4, etc.
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This error is directly dependent on the length and gauge of the wire used for the jumpers and any error introduced by a poor
connection. For RTD types other than 10 Ω Copper, the error introduced by the jumpers is negligible. Although this RTD
wiring technique reduces the cost of wiring, the following disadvantages must be noted:
1.
There will be an error in temperature readings due to lead and connection resistances. This technique is NOT recommended for 10 Ω Copper RTDs.
2.
If the RTD Return lead to the 469 or any of the jumpers break, all RTDs from the point of the break will read open.
3.
If the Compensation lead or any of the jumpers break, all RTDs from the point of the break will function without any
lead compensation.
c) TWO-WIRE RTD LEAD COMPENSATION
An example of how to add lead compensation to a two wire RTD may is shown in the figure below.
Motor Control
Terminal Box
469
RL1
L1
Hot
Motor
A1
Compensation
A2
RTD Return
A3
L2
L3
+
Rcomp
RTD1
RL2
–
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Figure 2–20: 2-WIRE RTD LEAD COMPENSATION
The compensation lead L2 is added to compensate for Hot (L1) and Return (L3), assuming they are all of equal length and
gauge. To compensate for leads RL1 and RL2, a resistor equal to the resistance of RL1 or RL2 could be added to the compensation lead, though in many cases this is unnecessary.
d) RTD GROUNDING
Grounding of one lead of the RTDs is done at either the 469 or at the motor. Grounding should not be done in both places
as it could cause a circulating current. Only RTD Return leads may be grounded. When grounding at the 469, only one
Return lead need be grounded as they are hard-wired together internally. No error is introduced into the RTD reading by
grounding in this manner.
If the RTD Return leads are tied together and grounded at the motor, only one RTD Return lead can be run back to the 469.
See the figure below for a wiring example. Running more than one RTD Return lead to the 469 causes significant errors as
two or more parallel paths for the return current have been created. Use of this wiring scheme causes errors in readings
equivalent to that in the Reduced RTD Lead Number application described earlier.
Figure 2–21: RTD ALTERNATE GROUNDING
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2.2.9 OUTPUT RELAYS
WARNING
Relay contacts must be considered unsafe to touch when the 469 is energized! If the output relay contacts
are required for low voltage accessible applications, it is the customer's responsibility to ensure proper
insulation levels.
There are six (6) Form-C output relays (see Section 1.2: Specifications on page 1–4 for details). Five of the six relays are
always non-failsafe; R6 Service is always failsafe. As failsafe, the R6 relay is normally energized and de-energizes when
called upon to operate. It also de-energizes when 469 control power is lost and will be in its operated state. All other relays,
being non-failsafe, will normally be de-energized and energize when called upon to operate. When the 469 control power is
lost, these relays are de-energized and in their non-operated state. Shorting bars in the drawout case ensure that no trip or
alarm occurs when the 469 is drawn out. However, the R6 Service output will indicate that the 469 has been drawn out.
Each output relay has an LED indicator on the front panel that turns on when the associated relay is in the operated state.
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R1 TRIP: The trip relay should be wired to take the motor off line when conditions warrant. For a breaker application,
the NO R1 Trip contact should be wired in series with the Breaker trip coil. For contactor applications, the NC R1 Trip
contact should be wired in series with the contactor coil.
Supervision of a breaker trip coil requires that the supervision circuit be in parallel with the R1 TRIP relay output contacts. With this connection made, the supervision input circuits place an impedance across the contacts that draws a
2 mA current (for an external supply voltage from 30 to 250 V DC) through the breaker trip coil. The supervision circuits
respond to a loss of this trickle current as a failure condition. Circuit breakers equipped with standard control circuits
have a breaker auxiliary contact permitting the trip coil to be energized only when the breaker is closed. When these
contacts are open, as detected by the Starter Status Digital Input monitoring breaker auxiliary contacts, trip coil supervision circuit is automatically disabled. This logic allows the trip circuit to be monitored only when the breaker is closed.
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R2 AUXILIARY, R3 AUXILIARY: The auxiliary relays may be programmed for trip echo, alarm echo, trip backup,
alarm differentiation, control circuitry, and numerous other functions. They should be wired as configuration warrants.
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R4 ALARM: The alarm relay should connect to the appropriate annunciator or monitoring device.
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R5 BLOCK START: This relay should be wired in series with the start pushbutton in either a breaker or contactor configuration to prevent motor starting. When a trip has not been reset on a breaker, the block start relay prevents a start
attempt that would result in an immediate trip. Any lockout functions are also directed to the block start relay.
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R6 SERVICE: The service relay operates if any of the 469 diagnostics detect an internal failure or on loss of control
power. This output may be monitored with an annunciator, PLC or DCS. If it is deemed that a motor is more important
than a process, the service relay NC contact may also be wired in parallel with the trip relay on a breaker application or
the NO contact may be wired in series with the trip relay on a contactor application. This will provide failsafe operation
of the motor; that is, the motor will be tripped off line in the event that the 469 is not protecting it. If however, the process is critical, annunciation of such a failure will allow the operator or the operation computer to either continue, or do
a sequenced shutdown. See the following figure for details.
Figure 2–22: ALTERNATE WIRING FOR CONTACTORS
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2.2.10 DRAWOUT INDICATOR
The Drawout Indicator is simply a jumper from terminals E12 to F12. When the 469 is withdrawn from the case, terminals
E12 and F12 are open. This may be useful for differentiating between loss of control power as indicated by the R6 SERVICE relay and withdrawal of the unit.
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2.2.11 RS485 COMMUNICATIONS PORTS
Two independent two-wire RS485 ports are provided. Up to 32 469s can be daisy-chained together on a communication
channel without exceeding the driver capability. For larger systems, additional serial channels must be added. Commercially available repeaters can also be used to add more than 32 relays on a single channel. Suitable cable should have a
characteristic impedance of 120 Ω (e.g. Belden #9841) and total wire length should not exceed 4000 ft. Commercially available repeaters will allow for transmission distances greater than 4000 ft.
Voltage differences between remote ends of the communication link are not uncommon. For this reason, surge protection
devices are internally installed across all RS485 terminals. Internally, an isolated power supply with an optocoupled data
interface is used to prevent noise coupling.
NOTE
To ensure that all devices in a daisy-chain are at the same potential, it is imperative that the common terminals of each RS485 port are tied together and grounded only once, at the master. Failure to do so may
result in intermittent or failed communications.
The source computer/PLC/SCADA system should have similar transient protection devices installed, either internally or
externally, to ensure maximum reliability. Ground the shield at one point only, as shown in the figure below, to avoid ground
loops.
Correct polarity is also essential. The 469s must be wired with all the ‘+’ terminals connected together and all the ‘–’ terminals connected together. Each relay must be daisy-chained to the next one. Avoid star or stub connected configurations.
The last device at each end of the daisy chain should be terminated with a 120 Ω ¼-watt resistor in series with a 1 nF
capacitor across the ‘+’ and ‘–’ terminals. Observing these guidelines provides a reliable communication system immune to
system transients.
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2.2.12 DIELECTRIC STRENGTH
It may be required to test a complete motor starter for dielectric strength (“flash” or “hipot”) with the 469 installed. The 469 is
rated for 1.9 kV AC for 1 second or 1.6 kV AC for 1 minute (per UL 508) isolation between relay contacts, CT inputs, VT
inputs, trip coil supervision, and the safety ground terminal G12. Some precautions are required to prevent damage to the
469 during these tests.
Filter networks and transient protection clamps are used between control power, trip coil supervision, and the filter ground
terminal G11. This is intended to filter out high voltage transients, radio frequency interference (RFI), and electromagnetic
interference (EMI). The filter capacitors and transient suppressors may be damaged by continuous high voltage. Disconnect the filter ground terminal G11 during testing of control power and trip coil supervision. The CT inputs, VT inputs, and
output relays do not require any special precautions. Low voltage inputs (less than 30 V), RTDs, analog inputs, analog outputs, digital inputs, and RS485 communication ports are not to be tested for dielectric strength under any circumstance
(see below).
Figure 2–24: TESTING FOR DIELECTRIC STRENGTH
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3.1.1 DISPLAY
All messages are displayed on a 40-character liquid crystal display that is backlit for visibility under poor lighting conditions.
Messages are displayed in plain English and do not require an instruction manual to decipher. When the keypad and display are not being used, the display defaults to the user-defined status messages. Any trip, alarm, or start block is displayed immediately, automatically overriding the default messages.
3.1.2 LED INDICATORS
There are three groups of LED indicators. They are 469 Status, Motor Status, and Output Relays.
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a) 469 STATUS LED INDICATORS
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469 IN SERVICE: This LED indicates that control power is applied, all monitored inputs/outputs and internal systems
are OK, the 469 has been programmed, and the 469 is in protection mode, not simulation mode. This LED flashes
when the 469 is in simulation or testing mode.
•
SETPOINT ACCESS: This LED indicates that the access jumper is installed and passcode protection has been satisfied; setpoints may be altered and stored.
•
COMPUTER RS232: This LED flashes when there is any activity on the communication port. The LED remains on
solid if incoming data is valid.
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COMPUTER RS485: Flashes when there is any activity on the communication port. Remains on solid if incoming data
is valid and intended for the slave address programmed in the relay.
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AUXILIARY RS485: Flashes when there is any activity on the communication port. Remains on solid if incoming data
is valid and intended for the slave address programmed in the relay.
•
LOCKOUT: Indicates start attempts will be blocked either by a programmed lockout time or a condition that is still
present.
•
RESET POSSIBLE: A trip or latched alarm may be reset. Press the
•
MESSAGE: Flashes when a trip, alarm, or start block occurs. Pressing the NEXT key scrolls through diagnostic messages. This LED remains solid when setpoint and actual value messages are being viewed. Pressing the NEXT key
returns the display to the default messages.
RESET
key to clear the trip or alarm.
b) MOTOR STATUS LED INDICATORS
•
STOPPED: The motor is stopped based on zero phase current and starter status auxiliary contact feedback.
•
STARTING: Motor is starting.
•
RUNNING: Motor is running normally below overload pickup level.
•
OVERLOAD: Motor is running above overload pickup.
•
UNBALANCE PICKUP: Level of current unbalance has exceeded the unbalance alarm or trip level.
•
GROUND PICKUP: Level of ground current has exceeded the ground fault alarm or trip level.
•
HOT RTD: One of the RTD measurements has exceeded its RTD alarm or trip level.
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Average motor current has fallen below the undercurrent alarm or trip level; or power consumption
has fallen below the underpower alarm or trip level.
c) OUTPUT RELAY LED INDICATORS
•
R1 TRIP: R1 Trip relay has operated (energized).
•
R2 AUXILIARY: R2 Auxiliary relay has operated (energized).
•
R3 AUXILIARY: R3 Auxiliary relay has operated (energized).
•
R4 ALARM: R4 Alarm relay has operated (energized).
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R5 BLOCK START: R5 Block Start relay has operated (energized).
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R6 SERVICE: R6 Service relay has operated (de-energized, R6 is failsafe, normally energized).
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3.1.3 RS232 PROGRAM PORT
This port is intended for connection to a portable PC. Setpoint files may be created at any location and downloaded through
this port with the 469PC software. Local interrogation of setpoints and actual values is also possible. New firmware may
also be downloaded to the 469 flash memory through this port. Upgrading of the relay firmware does not require a hardware EPROM change.
3.1.4 KEYPAD
a) DESCRIPTION
469 messages are organized into pages under the headings Setpoints and Actual Values. The SETPOINT key navigates
through the programmable parameters page headers. The ACTUAL key navigates through the measured parameters page
headers.
Each page is broken down further into logical subgroups of messages. The
navigate through the subgroups.
The
ENTER
MESSAGE
and
MESSAGE
keys may be used to
key is dual purpose. It is used to enter the subgroups or store altered setpoint values.
The ESCAPE key is also dual purpose. It may be used to exit the subgroups or to return an altered setpoint to its original
value before it has been stored.
The VALUE
and VALUE
keys scroll through variables in the setpoint programming mode and increment/decrement
numerical setpoint values. Alternately, these values may be entered with the numeric keypad.
The
HELP
key may be pressed at any time to display context sensitive help messages.
b) ENTERING ALPHANUMERIC TEXT
To customize the 469 for specific applications, custom text messages may be programmed in several places. One example
is the Message Scratchpad. To enter alphanumeric text messages, the following procedure should be followed:
For example, to enter the text "Check Fluid Levels":
1.
Press the decimal key [.] to enter text editing mode.
2.
Press the
3.
Repeat step 2 for the remaining characters: h,e,c,k, ,F,l,u,i,d, ,L,e,v,e,l,s.
4.
Press
VALUE
ENTER
or
VALUE
keys until C appears, then press the decimal key [.] to advance the cursor.
to store the text message.
c) ENTERING +/– SIGNS
The 469 does not have ‘+’ or ‘–’ keys. Negative numbers may be entered in one of two manners.
•
Immediately pressing the
numbers.
•
After entering at least one digit of a numeric setpoint value, pressing the
the value where applicable.
3-2
VALUE
/
VALUE
keys causes the setpoint to scroll through its range including any negative
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VALUE
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3.1.5 SETPOINT ENTRY
To store any setpoints, terminals C1 and C2 (access terminals) must be shorted (a keyswitch may be used for security).
There is also a setpoint passcode feature that restricts access to setpoints. The passcode must be entered to allow the
changing of setpoint values. A passcode of 0 effectively turns off the passcode feature – in this case only the access jumper
is required for changing setpoints. If no key is pressed for 5 minutes, access to setpoint values will be restricted until the
passcode is entered again. To prevent setpoint access before the 5 minutes expires, the unit may be turned off and back
on, the access jumper may be removed, or the SETPOINT ACCESS setpoint may be changed to "Restricted". The passcode
cannot be entered until terminals C1 and C2 (access terminals) are shorted. When setpoint access is allowed, the Setpoint
Access LED indicator on the front of the 469 will be lit.
Setpoint changes take effect immediately, even when motor is running. However, changing setpoints while the motor is running is not recommended as any mistake may cause a nuisance trip.
The following procedure may be used to access and alter setpoints. This specific example refers to entering a valid passcode to allow access to setpoints if the passcode was "469".
1.
The 469 programming is broken down into pages by logical groups. Press SETPOINT to cycle through the setpoint pages
until the desired page appears on the screen. Press MESSAGE
to enter a page.
„„ SETPOINTS
„„ S1 469 SETUP
2.
Each page is broken further into subgroups. Press MESSAGE
and MESSAGE
desired subgroup appears on the screen. Press ENTER to enter a subgroup.
to cycle through subgroups until the
„ PASSCODE
„ [ENTER] for more
3.
Each sub-group has one or more associated setpoint messages. Press
point messages until the desired setpoint message appears.
MESSAGE
and
MESSAGE
to cycle through set-
ENTER PASSCODE FOR
ACCESS:
4.
The majority of setpoint messages may be altered by pressing VALUE
or VALUE
until the desired value appears and
pressing ENTER . Numeric setpoints may also be entered through the numeric keys (including decimals) and pressing
ENTER . If the entered setpoint is out of range, the original setpoint value reappears. If the entered setpoint is out of
step, an adjusted value will be stored (e.g. 101 for a setpoint that steps 95, 100, 105 is stored as 100). If a mistake is
made entering the new value, pressing ESCAPE returns the setpoint to its original value. Text editing is a special case
described in detail in Section b): Entering Alphanumeric Text on page 3–2. Each time a new setpoint is successfully
stored, a message will flash on the display stating "NEW SETPOINT HAS BEEN STORED".
5.
Press the 4, 6, and 9 keys, then press
ENTER
. The following flash message is displayed:
NEW SETPOINT
HASE BEEN STORED
and the display returns to
SETPOINT ACCESS:
PERMITTED
6.
Press
page.
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ESCAPE
to exit the subgroup. Pressing
ESCAPE
numerous times will always returns the cursor to the top of the
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3.2469PC SOFTWARE INTERFACE
3.2.1 REQUIREMENTS
This chapter provides the necessary information to install and/or upgrade a previous installation of the 469PC software,
upgrade the relay firmware, and write/edit setpoint files. It should be noted that the 469PC software should only be used
with firmware versions 30D220A4.000, 30D220A8.000, 30D251A8.000 or later releases.
469PC is not compatible with Mods or any firmware versions prior to 220, and may cause errors if setpoints are edited. It
can be used to upgrade older versions of relay firmware, but all previously programmed setpoints will be erased. Ensure
that all setpoints are saved to a file before reprogramming the 469 firmware.
The following minimum requirements must be met for the 469PC software to properly operate on a computer.
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•
Processor:
minimum 486, Pentium or higher recommended
•
Memory:
minimum 4 MB, 16 MB recommended
minimum 540 K of conventional memory
•
Hard Drive:
20 MB free space required before installation of software.
•
O/S:
Windows 3.1, Windows 3.11 for Workgroups, Windows NT, or Windows 95/98.
Windows 3.1 Users must ensure that SHARE.EXE is installed.
NOTE
469PC can be installed from either the GE Multilin Products CD or from the GE Multilin website at http://www.GEindustrial.com/multilin. If you are using legacy equipment without web access or a CD, 3.5” floppy disks can be ordered from the
factory.
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3.2.2 INSTALLATION/UPGRADE
a) PREPARATION
If 469PC is already installed, run the program and check if it needs upgrading as follows:
1.
While 469PC is running, insert the GE Multilin Products CD and allow it to autostart (alternately, load the D:\index.htm
file into your default web browser, OR
Go to the GE Multilin website at http://www.GEindustrial.com/multilin (preferred method).
2.
Click the “Software” menu item and select “469 Motor Management Relay” from the product list.
3.
Verify that the version shown on this page is identical to the installed version as shown below. Select the Help > About
469PC menu item to determine which version is running on the local PC.
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If these two versions do not match,
then the 469PC software must
be upgraded.
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b) INSTALLING/UPGRADING 469PC
Installation/upgrade of the 469PC software is accomplished as follows:
1.
Ensure that Windows is running on the local PC
2.
Insert the GE Multilin Products CD into your CD-ROM drive or point your web browser to the GE Multilin website at
http://www.GEindustrial.com/multilin. With Windows 95/98 or higher, the Products CD will launch the welcome screen
automatically; with Windows 3.1, open the Products CD by launching the index.htm file in the CD root directory.
The Products CD is essentially a “snapshot” of the GE Multilin website at the date printed on the CD. As such, the procedures for installation from the CD and the web are identical; however, to ensure that the newest version of 469PC is
installed, installation from the web is preferred.
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Specific resources can be
accessed from this menu
Select 469 from the
Products list to proceed
directly to the 469
Motor Management
Relay Product Page
Technical publications
and support for the 469
can be accessed through
the Support menu
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Figure 3–2: GE MULTILIN WELCOME SCREEN
3.
Click the Index by Product Name item from the main page and select 469 Motor Management Relay from the product
list to open the 469 product page.
4.
Click the Software item from the Product Resources list to go to the 469 software page.
5.
The latest version of the 469PC software will be shown. Click on the 469PC Program item to download the installation
program to your local PC. Run the installation program and follow the prompts to install to the desired directory. When
complete, a new GE Multilin group window will appear containing the 469PC icon.
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3.2.3 STARTUP AND COMMUNICATIONS CONFIGURATION
1.
Connect the computer running the 469PC software to the relay via one of the RS485 ports (see Section 2.2.11: RS485
Communications Ports on page 2–18 for details and wiring) or directly via the RS232 front port.
2.
Start 469PC. When starting, the software attempts to communicate with the relay. If communications are successfully
established, the relay shown on the screen will display the same information seen on the actual relay The LED Status
shown will also match the actual relay when communications is established.
3.
If 469PC cannot establish communications with the relay, this message will appear.
4.
Click OK to edit the communications settings (or alternately, select the Communications > Computer menu item at any
time). The Communications/Computer dialog box will appear containing the various communications settings for the
local PC. The settings should be modified as shown below.
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Set the Startup Mode based on user preference. In “Communicate with Relay” mode, 469PC will attempt
to establish communications immediately upon startup. While in the “File mode /w default settings”, 469PC
waits for the user to click the ON button before attempting communications – this mode is preferred when
the 469PC is being used without an attached 469 relay.
Set Control Type to match the type of RS232/RS485 converter. If connected through the 469 front panel
RS232 port, select “No Control Type”. If connected through a GE Multilin F485 converter unit, select
“MULTILIN RS232/RS485 CONVERTOR”. If connected through a modem, select “Modem”. If a thirdparty RS232/RS485 converter is being used, select the appropriate control type from the available list based
on the manufacturer’s specifications.
Set Parity to match the 469 PARITY setpoint (see S1 469 SETUP). If connected through the 469 front panel
RS232 port, set to “None”.
Set Baud Rate to match the 469 BAUD RATE setpoint (see S1 469 SETUP).
Set Communcation Port # to the COM port on your local PC where the 469 relay is connected (e.g. COM1
or COM2). On most computers, COM1 is used by the mouse device and as such COM2 is usually
available for communications.
Set Slave Address to match the 469 SLAVE ADDRESS setpoint (see S1 469 SETUP).
Figure 3–3: COMMUNICATION/COMPUTER DIALOG BOX
5.
To begin communications, click the ON button in the Communication section of the dialog box. The status section
indicates the communications status. If communications are established, the message “469PC is now talking to a 469”
is displayed. As well, the status at the bottom right hand corner of the screen indicates “Communicating”.
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3.2.4 USING 469PC
a) SAVING SETPOINTS TO A FILE
Setpoints must be saved to a file on the local PC before performing any firmware upgrades. Saving setpoints is also highly
recommended before making any setpoint changes or creating new setpoint files. To save setpoints to a file on the local
PC, follow the procedure below.
1.
Select the File > Properties menu item. The dialog box below appears, allowing for the configuration of the 469PC
software for the correct firmware version. 469PC needs to know the correct version when creating a setpoint file so
that setpoints not available in a particular version are not downloaded into the relay.
2.
When the correct firmware version is chosen, select the File > Save As menu item. This launches the following dialog
box. Enter the filename under which the setpoints are saved in the File Name box or select any displayed file names to
update them. All 469 setpoint files should have the extension 469 (for example, motor1.469). Click OK to proceed.
3.
The software reads all the relay setpoint values and stores them to the selected file.
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b) 469 FIRMWARE UPGRADES
Prior to downloading new firmware to the 469, it is necessary to save the 469 setpoints to a file (see the previous section).
Loading new firmware into the 469 flash memory is accomplished as follows:
1.
Ensure the local PC is connected to the 469 via the front RS232 port and that communications are established. Save
the current setpoints to a file using the procedure outlined in the previous section.
2.
Select the Communications > Upgrade Firmware menu item.
3.
A warning message will appear (remember that all previously programmed setpoints will be erased). Click Yes to proceed or No to exit.
4.
Next, 469PC will request the name of the new firmware file. Locate the appropriate file by changing drives and/or directories until a list of file names appears in the list box. File names for released 469 firmware have the following format:
30 E 280 A8 .000
Modification Number (000 = none)
GE Multilin use only
Firmware Revision
Required 469 hardware revision
Product code (30 = 469 Motor Management Relay)
Figure 3–4: 469 FIRMWARE FILE FORMAT
5.
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The 469PC software automatically lists all filenames beginning with 30. Select the appropriate file and click OK to continue.
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6.
469PC will prompt with the following dialog box. This will be the last chance to cancel the firmware upgrade before the
flash memory is erased. Click Yes to continue or No to cancel the upgrade.
7.
The software automatically puts the relay into “upload mode” and then begins loading the selected file. Upon completion, the relay is placed back into “normal mode”.
8.
Upon successful updating of the 469 firmware, the relay will not be in service and will require programming. To communicate with the relay via the RS485 ports, the Slave Address, Baud Rate, and Parity will have to be manually programmed. When communications is established, the saved setpoints will have to be reloaded back into the 469. See
the next section for details.
c) LOADING SETPOINTS FROM A FILE
NOTE
An error message will occur when attempting to download a setpoint file with a revision number that does
not match the relay firmware. If the firmware has been upgraded since saving the setpoint file, see Section
e) Upgrading Setpoint Files to a New Revision on page 3–11 for instructions on changing the revision number of the setpoint file.
Loading the 469 with setpoints from a file is accomplished as follows:
1.
Select the File > Open menu item.
2.
469PC will launch the Open dialog box listing all filenames in the 469 default directory with the 469 extension. Select
the setpoint file to download and click OK to continue.
3.
Select the File > Send Info to Relay menu item. 469PC will prompt to confirm or cancel the setpoint file load. Click
Yes to update the 469 setpoints.
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d) ENTERING SETPOINTS
The following example illustrates how setpoints are entered and edited from the 469PC software.
1.
Select the Setpoint > Digital Inputs menu item.
2.
Click the Input 1 tab to configure Digital Input 1 and select DIGITAL Counter from the Function menu.
3.
469PC displays the following dialog box showing the Digital Counter setpoint information.
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Figure 3–5: DIGITAL INPUT 1 – DIGITAL COUNTER SETPOINTS
4.
For setpoints requiring numerical values (e.g. ALARM LEVEL), clicking anywhere within the setpoint value box launches
a numerical keypad showing the old value, range, and increment of the setpoint value.
5.
Numerical setpoint values may also be chosen by scrolling with the up/down arrows at the end of the setpoint value
box. The values increment and decrement accordingly.
6.
For setpoints requiring non-numerical pre-set values (e.g. DIGITAL COUNTER TYPE), clicking anywhere within the setpoint value box displays a drop-down selection menu.
7.
For setpoints requiring an alphanumeric text string (e.g. DIGITAL COUNTER NAME), enter the value directly into the setpoint value box.
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e) UPGRADING SETPOINT FILES TO A NEW REVISION
It may be necessary to upgrade the revision code for a previously saved setpoint file after the 469 firmware has been
upgraded.
1.
Establish communications with the relay.
2.
Select the Actual > Product Information menu item and record the Main Revision identifier of the relay firmware; for
example, 30D270A8.000, where 270 is the Main Revision identifier and refers to firmware version 2.70.
3.
Select the File > Open menu item and enter the location and file name of the saved setpoint file to be downloaded to
the connected relay. When the file is open, the 469PC software will be in “File Editing” mode and “Not Communicating”.
4.
Select the File > Properties menu item and note the version code of the setpoint file. If the version code of the setpoint file (e.g. 2.6X) is different than the Main Revision code of the firmware (as noted in Step 1, as 270), use the pulldown tab to expose the available revision codes and select the one which matches the firmware.
For example:
Firmware revision: 30D270A8.000
current setpoint file version: 2.6X
change setpoint file version to: 2.7X
Figure 3–6: SETPOINT FILE VERSION
5.
Select the File > Save menu item to save the setpoint file in the new format.
6.
See Section c): Loading Setpoints from a File for instructions on downloading this setpoint file to the 469.
f) PRINTING SETPOINTS AND ACTUAL VALUES
Use the following procedure to print a list of setpoints:
1.
Select the File > Open menu item and open a previously saved setpoint file,
OR establish communications with the 469.
2.
Select the File > Print Setup menu item, select either Setpoints (All) or Setpoints (Enabled Features) and click OK.
3.
Select the File > Print menu item to send the setpoint file to a printer.
Use the following procedure to print a list of actual values:
1.
Establish communications with the 469.
2.
Select the File > Print Setup menu item, select Actual Values and click OK.
3.
Select the File > Print menu item to send the actual values file to a printer.
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3.2.5 TRENDING
Trending from the 469 can be accomplished via the 469PC software. Many different parameters can be trended and
graphed at sampling periods ranging from 1 second up to 1 hour.
The parameters which can be Trended by the 469PC software are:
Currents/Voltages:
Phase Currents A, B, and C
Motor Load
Ground Current
System Frequency
Average Phase Current
Current Unbalance
Differential Currents A, B, and C
Voltages Vab, Vbc, Vca Van, Vbn & Vcn
Power:
Power Factor
Reactive Power (kvar)
Positive Watthours
Negative Varhours
Real Power (kW)
Apparent Power (kVA)
Positive Varhours
Temperature:
Hottest Stator RTD
RTDs 1 through 12
Thermal Capacity Used
Demands:
Current
Reactive Power
Apparent Power
Peak Current
Peak Reactive Power,
Peak Apparent Power
Others:
Analog Inputs 1, 2, 3, and 4
Tachometer
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1.
With 469PC running and communications established, select the Actual > Trending menu item to open the trending
window.
2.
Click Setup to enter the Graph Attribute page.
3.
Select the graphs to be displayed through the pull-down menu beside each Description. Change the Color, Style,
Width, Group#, and Spline selection as desired. Select the same Group# for all parameters to be scaled together.
4.
Click Save to store the graph attributes and OK to close the window.
Figure 3–7: GRAPH ATTRIBUTE PAGE
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Select the Sample Rate through the pull-down menu, click the checkboxes of the graphs to be displayed, and select
RUN to begin the trending sampling.
MODE SELECT
LEVEL
WAVEFORM
Click on these buttons to view
Cursor Line 1, Cursor Line 2, or
Delta (difference) values for the graph
Displays the value of the graph
at the active Cursor Line
The trended data
from the 469 relay
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CHECK BOXES
BUTTONS
CURSOR LINES
Toggle the Check Box to
view the desired graphs.
Print, Setup (to edit Graph Attributes)
Zoom In, Zoom Out
To move lines, move mouse pointer
over the cursor line. Click and hold the
left mouse button and drag the cursor
line to the new location
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Figure 3–8: TRENDING
6.
The Trending File Setup button can be used to write graph data to a standard spreadsheet format. Ensure that the
Write trended data to the above file checkbox is checked and that the Sample Rate is a minimum of 5 seconds.
Figure 3–9: TRENDING FILE SETUP
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3.2.6 WAVEFORM CAPTURE
The 469PC software can be used to capture waveforms from the 469 at the instant of a trip. A maximum of 64 cycles can
be captured and the trigger point can be adjusted to anywhere within the set cycles. A maximum of 16 waveforms can be
buffered (stored) with the buffer/cycle trade-off.
The waveforms captured are: Phase Currents A, B, and C; Differential Currents A, B, and C; Ground Current; Phase Voltages A-N, B-N, and C-N.
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1.
With 469PC running and communications established, select the Actual > Waveform Capture menu item to open the
Waveform Capture window.
2.
The waveform of Phase A current of the last 469 trip will appear. The date and time of this trip is displayed on the top
of the window. The RED vertical line indicates the trigger point of the relay.
3.
Press the Setup button to enter the Graph Attribute page. Program the graphs to be displayed by selecting the pull
down menu beside each Graph Description. Change the Color, Style, Width, Group#, and Spline selection as
desired. Select the same Group# for all parameters to be scaled together.
4.
Click Save to store these graph attributes then OK to close this window.
5.
Select the graphs to display by checking the appropriate checkboxes.
6.
The Save button can be used to store the current image on the screen, and Open can be used to recall a saved
image. Print will copy the window to the system printer.
MODE SELECT
Click to view Cursor Lines 1, 2, or
Difference (Delta) values for the
graph
TRIGGER CAUSE
Displays the cause of
the trigger
TRIGGER
Click to manually trigger
and capture waveforms
DATE/TIME
Displays the date and time
of the trigger cause
WAVEFORM
The relay
waveform data
LEVEL
Displays the
value of the
graph at the
solid cursor
line
CHECK BOX
Toggle the check boxes
to view desired graphs
BUTTONS
Print, Help, Save (to save
graph to a file), Open (to
open a graph file), Zoom In
and Out
CURSOR LINES
To move lines, move the mouse
pointer over the cursor line; hold
the left mouse button and drag the
cursor line to a new location
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Figure 3–10: WAVEFORM CAPTURE
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3.2.7 PHASORS
The 469PC software can be used to view the phasor diagram of three phase currents and voltages. The phasors are for:
Phase Voltages A, B, and C; Phase Currents A, B, and C.
1.
With 469PC running and the communications established, open the Metering Data window by selecting the Actual >
Metering Data menu item then clicking the Phasors tab. The phasor diagram and the values of voltage phasors, and
current phasors are displayed.
Longer arrows are the voltage phasors, shorter arrows are the current phasors.
NOTE
2.
Va and Ia are the references (i.e. zero degree phase). The lagging angle is clockwise.
VOLTAGE LEVEL
CURRENT PHASOR
VOLTAGE PHASOR
Displays the value and
the angle of the voltage
phasors
Short arrow
Long arrow
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CURRENT LEVEL
Displays the value and angle
of the current phasors
Figure 3–11: PHASORS
3.2.8 EVENT RECORDS
The 469 event recorder can be viewed with the 469PC software. The event recorder stores motor and system information
each time an event occurs (e.g. motor trip). Up to 40 events can be stored, where EVENT01 is the most recent and
EVENT40 is the oldest. EVENT40 is overwritten whenever a new event occurs.
1.
With 469PC running and communications established, select the Actual > Event Recording menu item to open the
Event Recording window. This window displays the list of events with the most current event displayed on top (see
the figure below).
2.
Press the View Data button to view the details of selected events.
3.
The Event Record Selector at the top of the View Data Window allows the user to scroll through different events.
4.
Select Save to store the details of the selected events to a file.
5.
Select Print to send the events to the system printer, and OK to close the window.
More information for the event recorder can be found under Help.
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DISPLAY
EVENT LISTING
Displays the date of last event and
the total number of events since
last clear
List of events with the most
recent displayed on top
VIEW DATA
Click to display the details
of selected events
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EVENT SELECT BUTTONS
CLEAR EVENTS
Push the All button to select all events
Push the None button to clear all selections
Click the Clear Events button to
clear the Event Listing from memory
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Figure 3–12: 469PC EVENT RECORDER
3.2.9 TROUBLESHOOTING
This section provides some procedures for troubleshooting the 469PC when troubles are encountered within the Windows
environment (for example, General Protection Fault (GPF), Missing Window, Problems in Opening/Saving Files, and
Application Error messages).
If the 469PC software causes Windows system errors:
1.
Check system resources:
•In Windows 95/98, right-click on the My Computer icon and click on the Performance tab.
•In Windows 3.1/3.11, select the Help > About Program Manager menu item from the Program Manager window.
Verify that the available system resources are 60% or higher. If they are lower, close any other programs that are not
being used.
2.
The threed.vbx file in the Windows directory structure is used by the 469PC software (and possibly other Windows™ programs). Some older versions of this file are not compatible with 469PC; therefore it may be necessary to
update this file with the latest version included with 469PC. After installation of the 469PC software, this file will be
located in \GEPM\469PC\threed.vbx.
3.
To update the threed.vbx file, locate the currently used file and make a backup of it, e.g. threed.bak.
4.
A search should be conducted to locate any threed.vbx files on the local PC hard drive. The file which needs replacing is the one located in the \windows or the \windows\system directory.
5.
Replace the original threed.vbx with \GEPM\469PC\threed.vbx. Ensure that the new file is copied to the same
directory where the original one was.
6.
If Windows™ prevents the replacing of this file, restart the PC and replace the file before any programs are opened.
7.
Restart Windows™ for these changes to take full effect.
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4.1 OVERVIEW
4 SETPOINTS 4.1OVERVIEW
ð
„„ S1 SETPOINTS
„„ 469 SETUP
4.1.1 SETPOINT MESSAGE MAP
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ PASSCODE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–6.
„ PREFERENCES
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–7.
„ SERIAL PORTS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–8.
„ REAL TIME CLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–8.
„ DEFAULT MESSAGES
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–9.
„ MESSAGE SCRATCHPAD
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–10.
„ CLEAR DATA
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–10.
„ INSTALLATION
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–11.
„ CURRENT SENSING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–12.
„ VOLTAGE SENSING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–13.
„ POWER SYSTEM
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–14.
„ SERIAL COM. CONTROL
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–14.
„ REDUCED VOLTAGE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–15.
„ STARTER STATUS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–17.
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–18.
4
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S2 SETPOINTS
„„ SYSTEM SETUP
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S3 SETPOINTS
„„ DIGITAL INPUTS
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 2
„ [ENTER] for more
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 3
„ [ENTER] for more
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 4
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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ð
„„ S4 SETPOINTS
„„ OUTPUT RELAYS
4 SETPOINTS
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ RELAY RESET MODE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–26.
„ FORCE OUTPUT RELAY
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–27.
„ THERMAL MODEL
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–29.
„ O/L CURVE SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–30.
„ SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–42.
„ OVERLOAD ALARM
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–43.
„ MECHANICAL JAM
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–43.
„ UNDERCURRENT
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–44.
„ CURRENT UNBALANCE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–45.
„ GROUND FAULT
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–46.
„ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–47.
„ ACCELERATION TIMER
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–48.
„ START INHIBIT
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–48.
„ JOGGING BLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–49.
„ RESTART BLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–50.
„ RTD TYPES
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–51.
„ RTD #1
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–52.
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S5 SETPOINTS
„„ THERMAL MODEL
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S6 SETPOINTS
„„ CURRENT ELEMENTS
4
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S7 SETPOINTS
„„ MOTOR STARTING
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S8 SETPOINTS
„„ RTD TEMPERATURE
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
↓
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4.1 OVERVIEW
„ RTD #12
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ OPEN RTD SENSOR
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–56.
„ RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–56.
„ UNDERVOLTAGE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–57.
„ OVERVOLTAGE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–59.
„ PHASE REVERSAL
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–59.
„ FREQUENCY
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–60.
„ POWER FACTOR
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–62.
„ REACTIVE POWER
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–63.
„ UNDERPOWER
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–64.
„ REVERSE POWER
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–65.
„ TORQUE SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–66.
„ OVERTORQUE SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–66.
„ TRIP COUNTER
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–67.
„ STARTER FAILURE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–68.
„ CURRENT DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–69.
„ kW DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–69.
„ kvar DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–69.
„ kVA DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–69.
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S9 SETPOINTS
„„ VOLTAGE ELEMENTS
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S10 SETPOINTS
„„ POWER ELEMENTS
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S11 SETPOINTS
„„ MONITORING
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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4 SETPOINTS
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ PULSE OUTPUT
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–70.
„ ANALOG OUTPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–72.
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S12 SETPOINTS
„„ ANALOG I/O
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
↓
„ ANALOG OUTPUT 4
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ ANALOG INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
See page 4–74.
↓
„ ANALOG INPUT 4
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–76.
„ ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–77.
„ SIMULATION MODE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–78.
„ PRE-FAULT SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–79.
„ FAULT SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–80.
„ TEST OUTPUT RELAYS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–81.
„ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–81.
„ COMM PORT MONITOR
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–82.
„ GEPM USE ONLY
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–82.
„ SPEED2 O/L SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–83.
„ SPEED2 U/C
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–85.
„ SPEED2 ACCELERATION
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 4–85.
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S13 SETPOINTS
„„ 469 TESTING
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„„ S14 SETPOINTS
„„ TWO-SPEED MOTOR
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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4.1 OVERVIEW
4.1.2 TRIPS, ALARMS, AND BLOCKS
The 469 has three basic categories of protection elements. They are trips, alarms, and blocks.
•
TRIPS: A 469 trip feature may be assigned to any combination of the two Auxiliary relays, R2 and R3, in addition to the
R1 Trip Relay. If a Trip becomes active, the appropriate LED (indicator) on the 469 faceplate will illuminate to show
which of the output relays has operated. In addition to the Trip relay(s), a trip will always operate the Block Start relay.
Trip features are may be programmed as latched or unlatched. Once a relay has been operated by a latched trip, a
reset must be performed to clear the trip when the condition is no longer present. If there is a lockout time, the Block
Start relay will not reset until the lockout time has expired. If an unlatched trip feature becomes active, that trip will
reset itself (and associated output relays) as soon as the condition that caused the trip ceases. Immediately prior to
issuing a trip, the 469 takes a snapshot of motor parameters and stores them as pre-trip values which will allow for
troubleshooting after the trip occurs. The cause of last trip message is updated with the current trip and the 469 display
defaults to that message. All trip features are automatically logged and date and time stamped as they occur. In addition, all trips are counted and logged as statistics such that any long term trends may be identified.
•
ALARMS: A 469 alarm feature may be assigned to operate any combination of three output relays, R4 Alarm, R3 Auxiliary, and R2 Auxiliary. When an Alarm becomes active, the appropriate LED (indicator) on the 469 faceplate will illuminate when an output relay(s) has operated. Each alarm feature may be programmed as latched or unlatched. Once a
latched alarm feature becomes active, the reset key must be pressed to reset that alarm. If the condition that has
caused the alarm is still present (e.g. hot RTD) the Alarm relay(s) will not reset until the condition is no longer present.
If on the other hand, an unlatched alarm feature becomes active, that alarm will reset itself (and associated output
relay(s)) as soon as the condition that caused the alarm ceases. As soon as an alarm occurs, the alarms messages
are updated to reflect the alarm and the 469 display defaults to that message. Since it may not be desirable to log all
alarms as events, each alarm feature may be programmed to log as an event or not. If an alarm is programmed to log
as an event, when it becomes active, it is automatically logged as a date and time stamped event.
•
BLOCK START: A 469 Block Start prevents or inhibits the start of the motor based on some logic or algorithm. The
Block Start feature is always assigned to the Block Start relay. In addition to the Trip relay(s), a trip always operates the
Block Start relay. If the condition that has caused the trip is still present (e.g. hot RTD), or there is a lockout time when
the RESET key is pressed, the Block Start relay will not reset until the condition is no longer present or the lockout time
has expired. Blocking features are always unlatched and reset immediately when conditions that caused the block
cease. In addition to becoming active in conjunction with trips, a block may become active once the motor stops. There
are several features that operate as such: Starts/Hour, Time Between Starts, Start Inhibit, Restart Block, and 469 Not
Programmed. Block messages are updated to reflect the block when it becomes active (complete with lockout time if
required) and the screen defaults to that message. Blocks are normally not logged as events. If however, a motor start
or start attempt is detected when a block is active, it is automatically logged as a date and time stamped event. This
scenario might occur if someone shorts across the block terminals and overrides the 469 protection to start the motor.
4.1.3 RELAY ASSIGNMENT PRACTICES
There are six output relays. Five of the relays are always non-failsafe, the other (Service) is failsafe and dedicated to enunciate internal 469 faults (these faults include Setpoint Corruption, failed hardware components, loss of control power, etc.).
One of the output relays is dedicated as the Block Start relay; it is dedicated to features that are intended to block motor
starting. The four remaining relays may be programmed for different types of features depending on what is required. One
of the relays, R1 Trip, is intended to be used as the main trip relay. Another relay, R4 Alarm, is intended to be used as the
main alarm relay. The two relays that are left, R2 Auxiliary and R3 Auxiliary, are intended for special requirements.
When assigning features to R2 and R3, it is a good idea to decide early on what is required since features that may be
assigned may conflict. For example, if R2 Auxiliary is to be used for upstream trips, it cannot also be used for the control of
a Reduced Voltage Start. Similarly, if R3 is to be dedicated as a relay to echo all alarm conditions to a PLC, it cannot also be
used strictly to enunciate a specific alarm such as Undercurrent.
In order to ensure that conflicts in relay assignment do not occur, several precautions have been taken. All trips with the
exception of the Short Circuit Backup Trip default to R1 Trip output relay. All alarms default to the R4 Alarm relay. Only special control functions are defaulted to the R2 and R3 Auxiliary relays. It is recommended that these assignments be
reviewed once all the setpoints have been programmed.
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4 SETPOINTS
4.2S1 469 SETUP
4.2.1 PASSCODE
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP Ö PASSCODE
ð
„ PASSCODE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð ENTER PASSCODE FOR
ACCESS:
Range: 1 to 8 numeric digits. Seen only if passcode is
not “0” and SETPOINT ACCESS is “Restricted”.
SETPOINT ACCESS:
Permitted
Range: Permitted, Restricted. Seen only if the passcode
is “0” or SETPOINT ACCESS is “Permitted”.
CHANGE PASSWORD:
No
Range: No, Yes. Seen only if the passcode is “0” or
SETPOINT ACCESS is “Permitted”.
A passcode access security feature is provided in addition to the setpoint access jumper. When shipped from the factory,
the passcode is defaulted to 0. Passcode protection is ignored when the passcode is 0. In this case, only the setpoint
access jumper is required for changing setpoints from the front panel. Passcodes are also ignored when programming setpoints via the RS485 port. However when programming setpoints using the front RS232 port and the 469PC software, a
passcode is required (if enabled).
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To enable passcode protection on a new relay, follow the procedure below:
Press
2.
Select “Yes” and follow the directions to enter a new passcode 1 to 8 digits in length.
3.
Once a passcode (other than “0”) is programmed, it must be entered each time setpoint access is restricted. If a nonzero passcode has been programmed and setpoint access is restricted, then the ENTER PASSCODE FOR ACCESS
message appears when entering the S1 469 SETUP Ö PASSCODE subgroup.
4.
Enter the correct passcode. A flash message will advise if the code is incorrect and allows a retry. If the passcode is
correct and the setpoint access jumper is installed, the SETPOINT ACCESS: Permitted message appears.
5.
Setpoints can now be entered. Press ESCAPE to exit the S1 469 SETUP Ö PASSCODE group and program the appropriate
setpoints. If no keys are pressed for 5 minutes, programming access will no longer be allowed and the passcode must
be re-entered. Removing the setpoint access jumper or setting the SETPOINT ACCESS setpoint to “Restricted” will also
immediately disable setpoint access.
ENTER
then
until the CHANGE PASSCODE? message is displayed.
1.
MESSAGE
If a new passcode is required, gain setpoint access by entering the valid passcode as described above, then press
to display the CHANGE PASSCODE message and follow directions. If an invalid passcode is entered, an
MESSAGE
encrypted passcode may be viewed by pressing the HELP key. Consult the factory service department with this number if
the currently programmed passcode is unknown. Using a deciphering program, the passcode can be determined.
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4.2 S1 469 SETUP
4.2.2 PREFERENCES
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ PREFERENCES
ð
„ PREFERENCES
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð DEFAULT MESSAGE
Range: 0.5 to 10.0 s in steps of 1
CYCLE TIME: 2.0 s
DEFAULT MESSAGE
TIMEOUT: 300 s
Range: 10 to 900 s in steps of 1
AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD
CALC. PERIOD: 15 min.
Range: 1 to 90 min in steps of 1
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY:
Celsius
Range: Celsius, Fahrenheit
TRACE MEMORY TRIGGER
POSITION: 25%
Range: 1 to 100% in steps of 1
TRACE MEMORY BUFFERS
8x14 CYCLES
Range: 1x64, 2x42, 3x32, 4x35, 5x21, 6x18, 7x16, 8x14,
9x12, 10x11, 11x10, 12x9, 13x9, 14x8, 15x8,
16x7 cycles.
DISPLAY UPDATE
INTERVAL: 0.4 s
Range: 0.1 to 60 s in steps of 0.1
MOTOR LOAD FILTER
INTERVAL: 0 cycles
Range: 0 to 32 cycles (0 = OFF) in steps of 1. Not seen if
NOMINAL SYSTEM FREQUENCY is "Variable"
Some characteristics can be modified for different situations. Normally this subgroup will not require changes.
•
DEFAULT MESSAGE CYCLE TIME: If multiple default messages are chosen, the display automatically cycles
through those messages. The display time can be changed to accommodate different user preferences.
•
DEFAULT MESSAGE TIMEOUT: If no keys are pressed for a period of time then the relay will automatically scan a
programmed set of default messages. This time can be modified to ensure messages remain on the screen long
enough during programming or reading actual values. Once default scanning starts, pressing any key will return the
last message viewed to the screen.
•
AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD CALCULATION PERIOD: This setpoint adjusts the period of time over which the average
motor load is calculated. The calculation is a sliding window and is ignored during motor starting.
•
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY: Temperature measurements may be displayed in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. Each temperature value is displayed as °C or °F. RTD setpoints are always displayed in degrees Celsius.
•
TRACE MEMORY TRIGGER POSITION: Sets the trigger position for waveform capture. This value represents the
percentage of cycles captured and recorded in the trace memory buffer prior to the trigger (trip).
•
TRACE MEMORY BUFFERS: Sets the number of traces to capture and the number of cycles for each of the 10 waveforms captured. Note: 10 waveforms are captured for each trace, showing all currents and voltages.
•
DISPLAY UPDATE INTERVAL: Sets the duration for which the metered current and voltage readings are averaged
before being displayed. It does not affect relay protection or function timing in any way. It can be used to steady the display when readings are bouncing.
•
MOTOR LOAD FILTER INTERVAL: This value (when non-zero) averages current and power factor for the programmed number of cycles using a running average technique. This setpoint is intended for use on synchronous
motors running at low RPM and driving reciprocating loads. The number of cycles to average can be determined by
using current waveform capture. The number of cycles to complete one stroke can be determined from this waveform.
This value can be used as the starting point for the motor load filter interval. Additional fine tuning may be required.
This averaging may increase trip/alarm times by 16.7 ms for every cycle averaged.
WARNING
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4.2.3 SERIAL PORTS
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ SERIAL PORTS
ð
„ SERIAL PORTS
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Range: 1 to 254 in steps of 1
254
COMPUTER RS485
BAUD RATE: 9600
Range: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
COMPUTER RS485
PARITY: None
Range: None, Odd, Even
AUXILIARY RS485
BAUD RATE: 9600
Range: 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
AUXILIARY RS485
PARITY: None
Range: None, Odd, Even
The 469 has three (3) serial communications ports supporting a subset of the Modbus protocol. The front panel RS232 has
a fixed baud rate of 9600, a fixed data frame of 1 start, 8 data, and 1 stop bits with no parity. The front port is for local use
only and responds regardless of the slave address programmed. This port may be connected to a personal computer running 469PC. The software can download and upload setpoint files as well as upgrade the 469 firmware.
For RS485 communications, each 469 must have a unique address from 1 to 254. Address 0 is the broadcast address
detected by all relays. Addresses do not have to be sequential but no two units can have the same address or errors will
occur. Generally, each unit added to the link uses the next higher address starting at 1. Baud rates can be selected as 300,
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, or 19200. The data frame is fixed at 1 start, 8 data, and 1 stop bits, while parity is optional. The
computer RS485 port is a general purpose port for connection to a DCS, PLC, or PC. The auxiliary RS485 port may be
used for redundancy or, it may be used to talk to auxiliary GE Multilin devices.
4.2.4 REAL TIME CLOCK
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ REAL TIME CLOCK
„ REAL TIME CLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
4
ð SLAVE ADDRESS:
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð DATE (MM.DD.YYYY)
Range: 01 to 12 / 01 to 31 / 1995 to 2094
01/01/1994
TIME (HH.MM.SS):
12:00:00
Range: 00 to 23 hrs / 00 to 59 mins. / 00 to 59 sec.
The correct time and date must be entered for event recorder events to be correctly time/date stamped. A battery backed
internal clock runs continuously even when power is off. It has an accuracy of approximately ±1 minute per month. It must
be periodically corrected manually through the front panel or via the RS485 serial link clock update command. If the
approximate time an event occurred without synchronization to other relays is sufficient, then entry of time/date from the
front panel keys is adequate.
If the RS485 serial communication link is used, then all the relays can keep synchronized time. A new clock time is preloaded into the 469 memory via the RS485 port by a remote computer to each relay connected on the communications
channel. After the computer broadcasts (address 0) a "set clock" command, all relays in the system begin timing at the
same instant. There can be up to 100 ms of delay in receiving serial commands so the clock time in each relay is ±100 ms,
± the absolute clock accuracy in the PLC or PC. See Chapter 6: COMMUNICATIONS for information on programming the
time preload and synchronizing commands.
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4.2 S1 469 SETUP
4.2.5 DEFAULT MESSAGES
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ DEFAULT MESSAGES
ð
„ DEFAULT MESSAGES
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
Range: N/A
MOTOR STATUS:
Stopped
A:
0
Range: N/A
B:
0
MOTOR LOAD:
0.00 x FLA
Range: N/A
CURRENT UNBALANCE:
0%
Range: N/A
DATE: 01/01/1995
TIME: 12:00:00
Range: N/A
MULTILIN 469 Motor
Management Relay
Range: N/A
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After a period of inactivity, the 469 displays default messages. Between 1 and 20 default messages can be selected. Multiple default messages automatically scan in sequence at a rate determined by the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ PREFERENCES Ö
DEFAULT MESSAGE CYCLE TIME setpoint. Any actual value can be selected for default display; in addition, up to five user programmable messages can be created and displayed (Message Scratchpad). For example, the relay can alternately scan a
motor identification message, the current in each phase, and the hottest stator RTD. Default messages are shown in the S1
469 SETUP ÖØ DEFAULT MESSAGES subgroup.
Use the following procedure to add default messages:
1.
Enter the correct passcode for the S1 469 SETUP Ö PASSCODE Ö ENTER PASSCODE FOR ACCESS setpoint (unless the
passcode has already been entered or the passcode is “0”, defeating the passcode security feature).
2.
Move to the message to be added to the default message list using the
message can be any actual value or Message Scratchpad message.
3.
Press
ENTER
4.
Press
ENTER
5.
If the procedure was followed correctly, the following flash message will be displayed:
MESSAGE
and
MESSAGE
keys. The selected
. The message PRESS [ENTER] TO ADD DEFAULT MESSAGES will be displayed for 5 seconds.
again while displayed to add the current message to the default message list.
DEFAULT MESSAGE
HAS BEEN ADDED
6.
To verify that the message was added, view the last message in the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ DEFAULT MESSAGES subgroup.
Use the following procedure to remove default messages:
1.
Enter the correct passcode for the S1 469 SETUP Ö PASSCODE Ö ENTER PASSCODE FOR ACCESS setpoint (unless the
passcode has already been entered or unless the passcode is “0”, defeating the passcode security feature).
2.
Select the message to remove under the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ DEFAULT MESSAGES subgroup.
3.
When the default message to be removed is shown, press
ENTER
. The relay displays the PRESS [ENTER] TO REMOVE
DEFAULT MESSAGE message.
4.
Press
5.
If the procedure was followed correctly, the following flash message will be displayed:
ENTER
to remove the current message from the default message list.
DEFAULT MESSAGE
HAS BEEN REMOVED
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4.2.6 MESSAGE SCRATCHPAD
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ MESSAGE SCRACTHPAD
ð
„ MESSAGE SCRATCHPAD
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
ð TEXT 1
Range: 40 alphanumeric characters
TEXT 2
Range: 40 alphanumeric characters
TEXT 3
Range: 40 alphanumeric characters
TEXT 4
Range: 40 alphanumeric characters
MULTILIN 469 MOTOR
MANAGEMENT RELAY
Range: 40 alphanumeric characters
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
1.
Select the user message to be changed.
2.
Press the decimal [.] key to enter text mode. An underline cursor will appear under the first character.
3.
Use the VALUE
4.
Press the decimal [.] key to advance to the next character. To skip over a character press the decimal key. If an incorrect character is accidentally stored, press the decimal key enough times to scroll the cursor around to the character.
5.
When the desired message is displayed press ENTER to store or
stored. Press ESCAPE to cancel the altered message.
/ VALUE
keys to display the desired character. A space is selected like a character.
ESCAPE
to quit. The message is now permanently
4.2.7 CLEAR DATA
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ CLEAR DATA
„ CLEAR DATA
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
4
Up to five (5) message screens can be programmed under the Message Scratchpad area. These messages may be notes
that pertain to the installation or the motor or any other information deemed pertinent by the user. In addition, these messages may be selected for scanning during default message display. This might be useful for reminding operators to perform certain tasks. The messages may be entered from the communications ports or through the keypad. The following
procedure demonstrates the use of the message scratchpad:
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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ð CLEAR LAST TRIP
Range: No, Yes
DATA: No
RESET MWh and Mvarh
METERS: No
Range: No, Yes
CLEAR PEAK DEMAND
DATA: No
Range: No, Yes
CLEAR RTD
MAXIMUMS: No
Range: No, Yes
CLEAR ANALOG I/P
MIN/MAX: No
Range: No, Yes
CLEAR TRIP
COUNTERS: No
Range: No, Yes
PRESET DIGITAL
COUNTER: No
Range: No, Yes
CLEAR EVENT
RECORDER: No
Range: No, Yes
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4.2 S1 469 SETUP
These commands may be used to clear various historical data.
•
CLEAR LAST TRIP DATA: Clears the last trip data.
•
RESET MWh and Mvarh METERS: Resets the MWh and Mvarh metering to zero.
•
CLEAR PEAK DEMAND DATA: Clears the peak demand values.
•
CLEAR RTD MAXIMUMS: All maximum RTD temperature measurements are stored and updated each time a new
maximum temperature is established. This command clears the maximum values.
•
CLEAR ANALOG I/P MIN/MAX: The minimum and maximum analog input values are stored for each analog input.
These minimum and maximum values may be cleared at any time.
•
CLEAR TRIP COUNTERS: There are counters for each possible type of trip. This command clears these counters.
•
PRESET DIGITAL COUNTER: When one of the assignable Digital Inputs is configured as “Counter”, this command
presets the counter. If the counter is an incrementing type, setting the preset value to “0” effectively resets the counter.
•
CLEAR EVENT RECORD: The event recorder saves the last 40 events, automatically overwriting the oldest event. If
desired, this command can clear all events to prevent confusion with old information.
4.2.8 INSTALLATION
4
PATH: SETPOINTS Ö S1 469 SETUP ÖØ INSTALLATION
ð
„ INSTALLATION
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð RESET MOTOR
Range: No, Yes
INFORMATION: No
RESET STARTER
INFORMATION: No
Range: No, Yes
These commands clear various informative and historical data when the 469 is first applied on a new installation.
•
RESET MOTOR INFORMATION: Counters for number of motor starts and emergency restarts can be viewed in actual
values. The 469 also learns various motor characteristics through motor operation. These learned parameters include
acceleration time, starting current, and starting thermal capacity. Total motor running hours may also be viewed in
actual values. On a new installation or if new equipment is installed, all this information can be reset with this setpoint.
•
RESET STARTER INFORMATION: The total number of starter operations can be viewed in actual values. Use this
setpoint to clear this counter on a new installation or if maintenance work is done on the breaker or contactor.
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4.3S2 SYSTEM SETUP
4.3.1 CURRENT SENSING
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING
ð
„ CURRENT SENSING
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: 1 to 5000 A in steps of 1, Not Programmed
Not Programmed
ESCAPE
MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS
FLA: Not Programmed
Range: 1 to 5000 A in steps of 1, Not Programmed
GROUND CT:
Multilin 50:0.025
Range: None, 1A Secondary, 5A Secondary, Multilin
50:0.025
GROUND CT PRIMARY:
100 A
Range: 1 to 5000 A in steps of 1. Seen only if GROUND
CT is "1A Secondary" or "5A Secondary"
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
CT: None
Range: None, 1A Secondary, 5A Secondary
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
CT PRIMARY: 100 A
Range: 1 to 5000 in steps of 1. Seen only if GROUND CT
is "1A Secondary" or "5A Secondary"
ENABLE 2-SPEED MOTOR
PROTECTION: No
Range: No, Yes
SPEED2 PHASE CT
PRIMARY: 100 A
Range: 1 to 5000 A in steps of 1. Seen only if 2-Speed
motor protection is enabled.
SPEED2 MOTOR
FLA: 1 A
Range: 1 to 5000 A in steps of 1. Seen only if 2-Speed
motor protection is enabled.
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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ð PHASE CT PRIMARY:
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
As a safeguard, PHASE CT PRIMARY and MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS are defaulted to "Not Programmed" when shipped. A
block start indicates the 469 was never programmed. Once PHASE CT PRIMARY and MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS are entered,
the alarm resets itself. The phase CT should be chosen so the FLA is no less than 50% of the rated phase CT primary. Ideally, the phase CT primary should be chosen so the FLA is 100% of the phase CT primary or slightly less, never more. The
secondary value of 1 or 5 A must be specified at the time of order so that the proper hardware is installed. A value for
MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS (FLA) must also be entered. The value may be taken from the motor nameplate data sheets. The
Service Factor may be entered as Overload Pickup (see Section 4.6: S5 THERMAL MODEL on page 4–28).
For high resistance grounded systems, sensitive ground current detection is possible if the 50:0.025 ground CT input is
used. To use the 50:0.025 input, select "Multilin 50:0.025" for the GROUND CT setpoint. No additional ground CT messages
will appear. On solidly grounded systems where fault currents may be quite large, the 469 1A or 5A secondary ground CT
input should be used for either zero-sequence or residual ground sensing. If the connection is residual, the Ground CT secondary and primary values should be the same as the phase CT. If however, the connection is zero-sequence, the Ground
CT secondary and primary values must be entered. The Ground CT primary should be selected such that potential fault
current does not exceed 20 times the primary rating. When relaying class CTs are purchased, this precaution will ensure
that the Ground CT does not saturate under fault conditions.
The PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT PRIMARY setpoint must be entered if the differential feature is to be used. If two CTs are used
per phase in a vectorial summation configuration, the CTs should be chosen to ensure there is no saturation during motor
starting. If however, a core balance CT is used for the differential protection in each phase, a low CT rating of 50 or 100 A
allows for very sensitive differential protection.
When the two-speed motor feature is used, a value for a second set of Phase CTs and motor FLA must be entered here for
Speed 2. If the Phase CTs are the same as the speed 1 phase CTs, simply enter the same value here as well.
Example 1:
Consider a 469 with a 5 A Phase CT secondary and Ground Fault Detection set to Residual and a motor with the following
specifications:
Motor Nameplate FLA: 87 A; Low Resistance Grounded; Maximum Fault: 400 A
The following settings are required:
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PHASE CT PRIMARY: "100"
MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS: "87"
GROUND CT: "5 A Secondary"
GROUND CT PRIMARY: "100"
Example 2:
Consider a 469 with a 5 A Phase CT secondary and Ground Fault Detection set to Residual and a motor with the following
specifications:
Motor Nameplate FLA: 255 A; Solidly Grounded; Maximum Fault: 10000 A;
Zero Sequence Ground CT: (10000/20) 500:1
The following settings are required:
PHASE CT PRIMARY: "300"
MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS: "255"
GROUND CT: "5 A Secondary"
GROUND CT PRIMARY: "500"
Example 3:
Again, consider a 469 with a 5 A Phase CT secondary and Ground Fault Detection set to Residual and a motor with the following specifications:
Motor Nameplate FLA: 330 A; High Resistance Grounded; Maximum Fault: 5 A
The following settings are required:
PHASE CT PRIMARY: "350"
MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS: "330"
GROUND CT: "Multilin 50:0.025"
4.3.2 VOLTAGE SENSING
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING
ð
„ VOLTAGE SENSING
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð VT CONNECTION TYPE:
Range: Open Delta, Wye, None
ESCAPE
None
ESCAPE
ENABLE SINGLE VT
OPERATION: OFF
Range: AN, BN, CN, OFF or AB, CB, OFF. Seen only if
VT Connection Type is Wye or Open Delta
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER
RATIO: 35.00:1
Range: 1.00:1 to 300.00:1 in steps of 0.01
MOTOR NAMEPLATE
VOLTAGE: 4000 V
Range: 100 to 36000 V in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
The manner in which the voltage transformers are connected must be entered here. A value of "None" indicates that no
voltage measurement is required. Note that phase reversal is disabled for single VT operation. All voltages are assumed
balanced. Also, frequency is only available for AN or AB connections.
If voltage measurements are to be made, the turns ratio of the voltage transformers must be entered. The VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER RATIO must be chosen such that the secondary voltage of the VTs is between 40 and 240 V when the primary is at
MOTOR NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE. All voltage protection features that require a level setpoint are programmed as a percent of
the MOTOR NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE or rated voltage, where MOTOR NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE represents the rated design voltage
line to line.
For example, given the following specifications: the Motor Nameplate Voltage is 4160 V, the VTs are 4160/120 Open Delta.
Set the Voltage Sensing setpoints as follows:
VT CONNECTION TYPE: "Open Delta"
VT RATIO: "34.67:1"
MOTOR NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE: "4160"
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4.3.3 POWER SYSTEM
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ POWER SYSTEM
ð
„ POWER SYSTEM
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð NOMINAL SYSTEM
Range: 50 Hz, 60 Hz, Variable
ESCAPE
FREQUENCY: 60 Hz
ESCAPE
SYSTEM PHASE
SEQUENCE: ABC
Range: ABC, ACB
SPEED2 PHASE
SEQUENCE: ABC
Range: ABC, ACB
Seen only if 2-Speed Motor Protection is enabled
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Enter the nominal system frequency here. These setpoints allow the 469 to determine the internal sampling rate for maximum accuracy.
If the sequence of phase rotation for a given plant is ACB rather than the standard ABC, the SYSTEM PHASE SEQUENCE setpoint may be used to accommodate this. This setpoint allows the 469 to properly calculate phase reversal, negative
sequence, and power quantities. The SPEED2 PHASE SEQUENCE can be programmed to accommodate the reversed motor
rotation at Speed2.
4.3.4 SERIAL COMMUNICATION CONTROL
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ SERIAL COM. CONTROL
„ SERIAL COM. CONTROL
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
4
The 469 may be used on variable frequency drives when the NOMINAL SYSTEM FREQUENCY is set to "Variable". All of the
elements function in the same manner with the following exceptions: the ratio of negative to positive sequence current is
calculated from 0 to 30%, not 40%, and the voltage and power elements will work properly if the voltage waveform is
approximately sinusoidal. An unfiltered voltage waveform from a pulse width modulated drive cannot be measured accurately; however, the current waveform is approximately sinusoidal and can be measured accurately. All current elements
will function properly. Note, however, that undervoltage and underfrequency elements will not work instantaneously using
variable frequency. If "Variable" is chosen, the filtering algorithm increases the trip and alarm times by up to 270 ms when
the level is close to the threshold. If the level exceeds the threshold by a significant amount, trip and alarm times will
decrease until they match the programmed delay. The exceptions to this increased time are the short circuit, ground fault,
and differential elements which will trip as per specification.
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð SERIAL COMMUNICATION
Range: On, Off
CONTROL: Off
ASSIGN START CONTROL
RELAYS: Auxiliary2
Range: Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
If enabled, motor starting and stopping is possible via any of the three 469 communication ports. Refer to Chapter 6: COMMUNICATIONS for command formats. When a stop command is issued, the R1 Trip relay is activated for 1 second to complete the trip coil circuit for a breaker application or break the contact coil circuit for a contactor application. When a start
command is issued, the auxiliary relay assigned for starting control is activated for 1 second to complete the close coil circuit for a breaker application or complete the start control circuit for a contactor application. A contactor sealing contact
would be used to maintain the circuit.
Foir details on issuing a start or stop command via communications, see Section 6.2.4: Function Code 05: Execute Operation on page 6–6.
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4.3.5 REDUCED VOLTAGE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ REDUCED VOLTAGE
ð
„ REDUCED VOLTAGE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: On, Off
ð REDUCED VOLTAGE
ESCAPE
STARTING: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN CONTROL
RELAYS: Auxiliary3
Range: Auxilary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
TRANSITION ON:
Current Only
Range: Current Only, Current or Timer,
Current and Timer
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Aux2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Aux3
REDUCED VOLTAGE
START LEVEL: 100% FLA
Range: 25 to 300% in steps of 1
REDUCED VOLTAGE
START TIMER: 200 s
Range: 1 to 600 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
The 469 can control the transition of a reduced voltage starter from reduced to full voltage. That transition may be based on
"Current Only", "Current and Timer", or "Current or Timer" (whichever comes first). When the 469 measures the transition of
no motor current to some value of motor current, a 'Start' is assumed to be occurring (typically current will rise quickly to a
value in excess of FLA, e.g. 3 × FLA). At this point, the REDUCED VOLTAGE START TIMER is initialized with the programmed
value in seconds.
•
If "Current Only" is selected, when the motor current falls below the user's programmed Transition Level, transition will
be initiated by activating the assigned output relay for 1 second. If the timer expires before that transition is initiated, an
Incomplete Sequence Trip will occur activating the assigned trip relay(s).
•
If "Current or Timer" is selected, when the motor current falls below the user's programmed Transition Level, transition
will be initiated by activating the assigned output relay for 1 second. If the timer expires before that transition is initiated, the transition will be initiated regardless.
•
If "Current and Timer" is selected, when the motor current falls below the user's programmed Transition Level and the
timer expires, transition will be initiated by activating the assigned output relay for 1 second. If the timer expires before
current falls below the Transition Level, an Incomplete Sequence Trip will occur activating the assigned trip relay(s).
469
BLOCK
START
TRIP
REDUCED VOLTAGE
CONTACTOR
STOP
CC1
469
R3 AUX
CC1
SEAL IN
CC2
FULL VOLTAGE
CONTACTOR
CC2 SEAL IN
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Figure 4–1: REDUCED VOLTAGE START CONTACTOR CONTROL CIRCUIT
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When the currrent falls below
the Transition Level and/or the
Timer expires, the Auxiliary
Relay activates for 1 second
MOTOR
AMPS
(% FLA)
3 x FLA
Transition
Level
FLA
TIME
Transition Time
signifies
Open Transition
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Figure 4–2: REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTING CURRENT CHARACTERISTIC
4
NOTE
If this feature is used, the Starter Status Switch input must be either from a common control contact or a
parallel combination of Auxiliary ‘a’ contacts or a series combination of Auxiliary ‘b’ contacts from the
reduced voltage contactor and the full voltage contactor. Once transition is initiated, the 469 assumes the
motor is still running for at least 2 seconds. This prevents the 469 from recognizing an additional start if
motor current goes to zero during an open transition.
REDUCED VOLTAGE
AUXILIARY ‘a’
FULL VOLTAGE
AUXILIARY ‘a’
D16
STARTER STATUS
SWITCH INPUT
(Setpoint = ‘Starter Auxiliary A’)
D23
REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTER AUXILIARY ‘A’ STATUS INPUT
D16
STARTER STATUS
SWITCH INPUT
(Setpoint = ‘Starter Auxiliary B’)
REDUCED VOLTAGE
AUXILIARY ‘b’
FULL VOLTAGE
AUXILIARY ‘b’
D23
REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTER AUXILIARY ‘B’ STATUS INPUT
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Figure 4–3: REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTER INPUTS
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4.4 S3 DIGITAL INPUTS
4.4S3 DIGITAL INPUTS
4.4.1 DESCRIPTION
The 469 relay has nine (9) digital inputs. Five of the digital inputs have been pre-assigned as switches having a specific
function. Four of the five pre-assigned digital inputs are always functional and do not have any setpoint messages associated with them. The fifth, Starter Status, may be configured for either an 'a' or 'b' auxiliary contact. The remaining four digital
inputs are assignable; that is to say, the function that the input is used for may be chosen from one of a number of different
functions. Some of those functions are very specific, others may be programmed to adapt to the user requirements. If the
Two-Speed Motor feature is enabled, Assignable Input 4 will be dedicated as the Two-Speed Motor Monitor.
a) ACCESS SWITCH
Terminals C1 and C2 must be shorted to allow changing of any setpoint values. This safeguard is in addition to the setpoint
passcode feature, which functions independently (see Section 4.2.1: Passcode on page 4–6).
b) TEST SWITCH
Once the 469 is in service, it may be tested from time to time as part of a regular maintenance schedule. The relay will have
accumulated statistical information relating historically to starter and motor operation. This information includes: last trip
data, demand data (if the metering features are in use), MWh and Mvarh metering, RTD maximums, the event record, analog input minimums and maximums, number of motor trips, number of trips by type, total motor running hours, learned
parameters, number of starter operations, number of motor starts, number of emergency restarts, and the digital counter.
Shorting the 469 Test input (terminals C3 and C4) prevents all of this data from being corrupted or updated when the relay
is under test. The In Service LED will flash while the test terminals are shorted.
c) EMERGENCY RESTART
Shorting terminals D17 and D23 discharges the thermal capacity used to zero, sets any Starts/Hour Block lockout to zero,
sets any Time Between Starts Block lockout to zero, and reset all Trips and Alarms so that a hot motor may be restarted.
However, a Restart Block lockout will remain active (it may be used as a backspin timer) and any trip condition that remains
(such as a hot RTD) will still cause a trip. Therefore, while the terminals are shorted, the Trip and Block output relays will
remain in their normal non-operated state. In the event of a real emergency, the Emergency Restart terminals should
remain shorted until the emergency is over. Also, while the Emergency Restart terminals are shorted, a Service Alarm message indicates any trips or blocks that are active. As the name implies, this feature should only be used in an emergency –
using it otherwise defeats the purpose of the relay, namely, protecting the motor. Any Emergency Restart input transition
from open to closed or closed to open is logged as an event.
d) REMOTE RESET
Shorting terminals D18 and D23 resets any trips or latched alarms provided that the condition that caused the alarm or trip
is no longer present. If there is a lockout time the Block Start relay will not reset until the lockout time has expired.
4.4.2 STARTER STATUS
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS Ö STARTER STATUS
ð
„ STARTER STATUS
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð STARTER STATUS SW:
Starter Auxiliary A
Range: Starter Auxiliary A,
Starter Auxiliary B
This input is necessary for all motors. The 469 determines that a motor has stopped when the phase current falls below the
level that the relay can measure (5% of CT primary). Monitoring an auxiliary contact from the breaker or contactor prevents
the relay from detecting additional starts when an unloaded motor is loaded, or issuing a block start after an unloaded
motor is started and running at less than 5% CT rated primary current.
If "Starter Auxiliary A" is chosen, terminals D16 and D23 are monitored to detect the breaker or contactor state, open signifying the breaker or contactor is open and shorted signifying closed. The 469 will then determine that a motor has made the
transition from 'running' to 'stopped' only when the measured current is less than 5% CT ratio and the 'a' contact is open.
If "Starter Auxiliary B" is chosen, terminals D16 and D23 are monitored to detect the breaker or contactor state, open signifying the breaker or contactor is closed and shorted signifying open. The 469 then determines that a motor has made the
transition from 'running' to 'stopped' only when the measured current is less than 5% CT ratio and the 'b' contact is closed.
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4.4.3 ASSIGNABLE INPUTS 1 TO 4
a) MAIN MENU
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
ESCAPE
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 2
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
ESCAPE
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 3
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
ESCAPE
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 4
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
ESCAPE
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: Off, Remote Alarm, Remote Trip, Speed Switch
Trip, Load Shed Trip, Pressure Sw Alarm,
Pressure Switch Trip, Vibration Sw Alarm,
Vibration Sw Trip, Digital Counter, Tachometer,
General Sw A, General Sw B, General Sw C,
General Sw D, Capture Trace, Simulate PreFault, Simulate Fault, Simulate Pre Fault... Fault
ð INPUT 2 FUNCTION:
Range: As above for INPUT 1 FUNCTION
ð INPUT 3 FUNCTION:
Range: As above for INPUT 1 FUNCTION
ð INPUT 4 FUNCTION:
Range: As above for INPUT 1 FUNCTION
Off
Off
Off
Off
There are four user assignable digital inputs configurable to a number of different functions, or turned Off. Once a function
is chosen, any messages that follow may be used to set pertinent parameters for operation. Each function may only be chosen once. Assignable Inputs 1 to 4 are activated by shorting D19 to D22 (respectively) with D23.
INPUT 4 FUNCTION IS
TWO-SPEED MOTOR
Two-speed motor protection is enabled with the S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ ENABLE 2-SPEED MOTOR PROTECTION setpoint. If the Two-Speed Motor feature is enabled, Assignable Input 4 is dedicated as the Two-Speed Motor
Monitor and terminals D22 and D23 are monitored for a contact closure. Closure of the contact signifies that the motor is in
Speed 2 or High Speed. If the input is open, it signifies that the motor is in Speed 1. This allows the 469 to determine which
setpoints should be active at any given point in time.
b) REMOTE ALARM
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
4
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
Remote Alarm
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Remote Alarm”
ESCAPE
REMOTE ALARM NAME:
Remote Alarm
Range: 20 alphanumeric characters. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Remote Alarm”
REMOTE
ALARM: Unlatched
Range: Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Remote Alarm”
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Remote Alarm”
REMOTE ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“Remote Alarm”
ENTER
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Once the Remote Alarm function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown here will
follow the assignment message. An alarm relay may be selected and the name of the alarm may be altered. A contact closure on the digital input assigned as Remote Alarm will cause an alarm within 100 ms with the name that has been chosen.
Multiple sources may be used to trigger a remote alarm by paralleling inputs (see Figure 4–4: Remote Alarm/Trip from Multiple Sources on page 4–19).
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c) REMOTE TRIP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
ESCAPE
Remote Trip
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Remote Trip”
ESCAPE
REMOTE TRIP NAME:
Remote Trip
Range: 20 character alphanumeric. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Remote Trip”
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3, Trip &
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Remote Trip”
ENTER
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Once the Remote Trip function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown here will follow the assignment message. A trip relay may be selected and the name of the trip may be altered. A contact closure on
the digital input assigned as Remote Trip will cause a trip within 100 ms with the name that has been chosen. Multiple
sources may be used to trigger a remote trip by paralleling inputs.
REMOTE
PUSH-BUTTON
4
469 Digital Input
Dry contact from other device
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Figure 4–4: REMOTE ALARM/TRIP FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES
d) SPEED SWITCH TRIP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Speed Switch Trip”
ESCAPE
Speed Switch Trip
ESCAPE
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3, Trip &
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Speed Switch Trip”
SPEED SWITCH TRIP
TIME DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Speed Switch Trip”
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
When this function is assigned to a digital input, the following will occur. When a transition from stopped to start is detected
a timer will be loaded with the delay programmed. If that delay expires before a contact closure is detected, a trip will occur.
Once the motor is stopped, the scheme is reset.
e) LOAD SHED TRIP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Load Shed Trip
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Load Shed Trip”
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Load Shed Trip”
Once the Load Shed Trip function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown here will
follow the assignment message. A trip relay may be selected. A contact closure on the switch input assigned as Load Shed
Trip will cause a trip within 100 ms.
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f) PRESSURE SWITCH ALARM
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Pressure Sw Alarm”
Pressure Sw Alarm
ESCAPE
BLOCK PRES. SW. ALARM
FROM START: 0 s
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1 (0 indicates feature is
active while motor is stopped as well as running).
Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Pressure
Sw Alarm”
PRESSURE SWITCH
ALARM: Unlatched
Range: Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Pressure Sw Alarm”
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Pressure Sw Alarm”
PRESSURE SW. ALARM
DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 0.1 to 100.0 sec., step: 0.1. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Pressure Sw Alarm”
PRESSURE SW. ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“Pressure Sw Alarm”
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
4
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Once the Pressure Switch Alarm function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown
here will follow the assignment message. The Pressure Switch alarm feature may be blocked for a specified period of time
from a motor start. A value of zero for the block time indicates that the feature is always active, when the motor is stopped
or running. After the block delay has expired, the digital input will be monitored. If a closure occurs, after the specified delay,
an alarm will occur.
g) PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Pressure Switch Trip”
ESCAPE
Pressure Switch Trip
ESCAPE
BLOCK PRES. SW. TRIP
FROM START: 0 s
Range: 0 to 5000 sec.; step: 1 (0 indicates feature is
active while motor is stopped as well as running).
Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Pressure
Switch Trip”
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3, Trip &
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Pressure Switch Trip”
PRESSURE SW. TRIP
DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Pressure Switch Trip”
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Once the Pressure Switch Trip function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown
here will follow the assignment message. The Pressure Switch trip feature may be blocked for a specified period of time
from a motor start. A value of zero for the Block time indicates that the feature is always active, when the motor is stopped
or running. After the block delay has expired, the digital input will be monitored. If a closure occurs, after the specified delay,
a trip will occur.
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h) VIBRATION SWITCH ALARM
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
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Vibration Sw Alarm
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Vibration Sw Alarm”.
ESCAPE
VIBRATION SWITCH
ALARM: Unlatched
Range: Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Vibration Sw Alarm”
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Vibration Sw Alarm”
VIBRATION SW. ALARM
DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Vibration Sw Alarm”
VIBRATION SW. ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“Vibration Sw Alarm”
ENTER
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ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Once the Vibration Switch Alarm function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown
here will follow the assignment message. When the motor is stopped or running, the digital input will be monitored. If a closure occurs, after the specified delay, an alarm will occur.
i) VIBRATION SWITCH TRIP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Vibration Sw Trip”.
ESCAPE
Vibration Sw Trip
ESCAPE
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Vibration Sw Trip”
VIBRATION SW. TRIP
DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 0.1 to 100.0 s in steps of 0.1. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Vibration Sw Trip”
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
Once the Vibration Switch Trip function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown
here will follow the assignment message. When the motor is stopped or running, the digital input will be monitored. If a closure occurs, after the specified delay, a trip will occur.
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j) DIGITAL COUNTER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
Digital Counter
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”.
ESCAPE
COUNTER UNITS:
Units
Range: 6 alphanumeric characters. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”
COUNTER PRESET
VALUE: 0
Range: 0 to 1000000000 in steps of 1. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”
COUNTER TYPE:
Increment
Range: Increment, Decrement. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”
COUNTER
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Digital Counter”
COUNTER ALARM
LEVEL: 100
Range: 0 to 1000000000 in steps of 1. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”
COUNTER ALARM
PICKUP: Over
Range: Over, Under. Only seen if
FUNCTION is “Digital Counter”
COUNTER ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“Digital Counter”
ENTER
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ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
INPUT
1(4)
Once the Digital Counter function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown here will
follow the assignment message. Each closure of the switch will be counted, by either adding or decrementing the counter
value. An alarm may be configured when a certain count is reached. The counter value may be viewed in the A4 MAINTENANCE ÖØ GENERAL COUNTERS ÖØ DIGITAL COUNTER actual value.
To initialize the counter, program the counter value here and then change the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ CLEAR DATA ÖØ PRESET
setpoint to "Yes".
DIGITAL COUNTER
For example, a capacitive proximity probe may be used to sense non-magnetic units that are passing by on a conveyor,
glass bottles for instance. The probe could be powered from the +24 V from the input switch power supply. The NPN transistor output could be taken to one of the assignable digital inputs configured as a counter.
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k) TACHOMETER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
Tachometer
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Tachometer”.
ESCAPE
RATED SPEED:
3600 RPM
Range: 100 to 7200 RPM in steps of 1. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
TACHOMETER
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Tachometer”
TACHOMETER ALARM
SPEED: 10% Rated
Range: 5 to 100% in steps of 1. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
TACHOMETER ALARM
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 250 s in steps of 1. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
TACHOMETER ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“Tachometer”
TACHOMETER
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3, Trip &
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “Tachometer”
TACHOMETER TRIP
SPEED: 10% Rated
Range: 5 to 95% in steps of 1. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
TACHOMETER TRIP
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 250 s in steps of 1. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “Tachometer”
ENTER
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ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Once the tachometer function is chosen for one of the assignable digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown here will follow the assignment message. The period of time between each switch closure measured and converted to an RPM value
based on one closure per revolution. A trip and alarm may be configured such that the motor or load must be at a certain
speed within a set period of time from the initiation of motor starting. The tachometer trip and alarm are ignored while the
motor is stopped. The RPM value may be viewed with the A2 METERING ÖØ SPEED Ö TACHOMETER actual value.
For example, an inductive proximity probe or hall effect gear tooth sensor may be used to sense the key on the motor. The
probe could be powered from the +24 V from the input switch power supply. The NPN transistor output could be taken to
one of the assignable switch inputs configured as a tachometer.
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4 SETPOINTS
l) GENERAL SWITCH A to D
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
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General Sw. A
Range: See above. The following setpoints apply only if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”.
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SWITCH NAME:
General Sw. A
Range: 12 alphanumeric characters. Only seen if INPUT
1(4) FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
GENERAL SWITCH A:
Normally Open
Range: Normally Open, Normally Closed. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
BLOCK INPUT
FROM START: 0 s
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1 (0 indicates that feature
is active while motor is stopped as well as
running). Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“General Sw. A”
GENERAL SWITCH A
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION
is “General Sw. A”
GENERAL SWITCH A
ALARM DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 0.1 to 5000.0 s in steps of 0.1. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
GENERAL SWITCH A
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off. Only seen if INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is
“General Sw. A”
GENERAL SWITCH A
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3. Only seen if INPUT 1(4)
FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
GENERAL SWITCH A
TRIP DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 0.1 to 5000.0 s in steps of 0.1. Only seen if
INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION is “General Sw. A”
ENTER
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ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
There are four General Switch functions assignable to any of the four assignable digital inputs. Once a General Switch
function is chosen for one of the digital inputs, the setpoint messages shown here follow the assignment message. An
alarm and/or trip may then be configured for that input. The alarm and/or trip may be assigned a common name and a common block time from motor start if required (if the alarm is to be disabled until some period of time after he motor has been
started). A value of "0" for the BLOCK TIME setpoint indicates that the feature is always active, when the motor is stopped or
running. The switch may also be defined as normally open or normally closed. After the block delay has expired, the digital
input will be monitored. If the switch is not in its normal state after the specified delay, an alarm or trip will occur.
m) CAPTURE TRACE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above.
Capture Trace
Setting the INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION to “Capture Trace” allows the user to capture a trace upon command via a switch input. The
captured waveforms can then be displayed with 469PC. There are no additional Digital Input setpoints associated with this
value.
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n) SIMULATE PRE-FAULT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above.
Simulate Pre-Fault
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Setting the INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION to “Simulate Pre-Fault” allows
469 TESTING Ö SIMULATION MODE Ö SIMULATION MODE setting
the user to start the Simulate Pre-Fault mode as per the S13
via a switch input. This is typically used for relay or system
testing. There are no additional Digital Input setpoints associated with this value.
o) SIMULATE FAULT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above.
Simulate Fault
ESCAPE
Setting the INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION to “Simulate Fault” allows the user to start the Simulate Fault mode as per the S13 469 TESTING Ö SIMULATION MODE Ö SIMULATION MODE setting via a switch input. This is typically used for relay or system testing.
There are no additional Digital Input setpoints associated with this value.
p) SIMULATE PRE-FAULT … FAULT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð INPUT 1 FUNCTION:
Range: See above.
Sim Pre-Fault.Fault
Setting the INPUT 1(4) FUNCTION to “Sim Pre-Fault.Fault” allows the user to start the Simulate Pre-Fault to Fault mode as per
the S13 469 TESTING Ö SIMULATION MODE Ö SIMULATION MODE setting via a switch input. This is typically used for relay or
system testing. There are no additional Digital Input setpoints associated with this value.
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4.5 S4 OUTPUT RELAYS
4 SETPOINTS
4.5S4 OUTPUT RELAYS
4.5.1 DESCRIPTION
Five of the six output relays are always non-failsafe, R6 Service is always failsafe. As failsafe, R6 relay will be energized
normally and de-energize when called upon to operate. It will also de-energize when control power to the 469 is lost and
therefore, be in its operated state. All other relays, being non-failsafe, will be de-energized normally and energize when
called upon to operate. Obviously, when control power is lost to the 469, the output relays must be de-energized and therefore, they will be in their non-operated state. Shorting bars in the drawout case ensure that when the 469 is drawn out, no
trip or alarm occurs. The R6 Service output will however indicate that the 469 has been drawn out.
4.5.2 RELAY RESET MODE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S4 OUTPUT RELAYS Ö RELAY RESET MODE
ð
„ RELAY RESET MODE
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
All Resets
Range: All Resets, Remote Reset Only,
Keypad Reset Only
ESCAPE
R2 AUXILIARY:
All Resets
Range: All Resets, Remote Reset Only,
Keypad Reset Only
R3 AUXILIARY:
All Resets
Range: All Resets, Remote Reset Only,
Keypad Reset Only
R4 ALARM:
All Resets
Range: All Resets, Remote Reset Only,
Keypad Reset Only
R5 BLOCK START:
Auto-Reset
Range: N/A
R6 SERVICE:
All Resets
Range: All Resets, Remote Reset Only,
Keypad Reset Only
ENTER
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ð R1 TRIP:
A latched trip or alarm may be reset at any time, providing that the condition that caused the trip or alarm is no longer
present. Unlatched trips and alarms will reset automatically once the condition is no longer present. If any condition may be
reset, the Reset Possible LED will be lit. All Block Start features reset automatically when the lockout time has expired and
the trip has been reset.
The other relays may be programmed to All Resets which allows reset from the front keypad or the remote reset switch
input or the communications port. Optionally, relays 1 through 6 may be programmed to reset by the "Remote Reset Only"
(by the remote reset switch input or the communications port) or "Keypad Reset Only" (reset only by relay keypad).
NO trip or alarm element must EVER be assigned to two output relays where one is Remote Reset Only and
the other is Keypad Reset Only. The trip or alarm will be unresettable if this occurs.
WARNING
For example, serious trips such as Short Circuit and Ground Fault may be assigned to the R2 Auxiliary relay so that they
can only be reset via the remote reset terminals (D18 and D23) or the communication port. The remote reset terminals
should be connected to a keyswitch so that only authorized personnel could reset such a critical trip.
•
Assign only Short Circuit and Ground Fault to the R2 Auxiliary relay
•
Program R2 AUXILIARY to "Remote Reset Only"
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4.5.3 FORCE OUTPUT RELAY
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S4 OUTPUT RELAYS ÖØ FORCE OUTPUT RELAY
ð
„ FORCE OUTPUT RELAY
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð FORCE TRIP (R1)
Range: Disabled, Enabled
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RELAY: Disabled
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FORCE TRIP RELAY
DURATION: Static
Range: Static, 1 to 300 s in steps of 1
FORCE AUX1 (R2)
RELAY: Disabled
Range: Disabled, Enabled
FORCE AUX1 RELAY
DURATION: Static
Range: Static, 1 to 300 s in steps of 1
FORCE AUX2 (R3)
RELAY: Disabled
Range: Disabled, Enabled
FORCE AUX2 RELAY
DURATION: Static
Range: Static, 1 to 300 s in steps of 1
FORCE ALARM (R4)
RELAY: Disabled
Range: Disabled, Enabled
FORCE ALARM RELAY
DURATION: Static
Range: Static, 1 to 300 s in steps of 1
FORCE BLOCK (R5)
RELAY: Disabled
Range: Disabled, Enabled
FORCE BLOCK RELAY
OPERATION: Static
Range: Static, 1 to 300 s in steps of 1
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The output relays can be independently forced in static or dynamic mode. In static mode the selected relay will operate as
long as it is in the "Enabled" state. Only when the user enters "Disabled" will the selected relay reset. In dynamic mode the
user specifies the operate time (1 to 300 seconds) and the selected relay will operate for the specified duration.
The FORCE OUTPUT RELAY option is NOT allowed when the selected relay output is already active due to trip or alarm condition, when the 469 is in start block condition, or when the 469 is not in service.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
NOTE
The forced relay will override any trip or alarm conditions. (i.e. when the relay is forced and trip occurs, the relay will
still be enabled when the trip condition is reset).
Control power loss in the 469 will reset all forced relays.
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4.6S5 THERMAL MODEL
4.6.1 MOTOR THERMAL LIMITS
One of the principle enemies of motor life is heat. When a motor is specified, the purchaser communicates to the manufacturer what the loading conditions and duty cycle will be, as well as, environment and other pertinent information about the
driven load such as starting torque, etc. The manufacturer then provides a stock motor or builds a motor that should have a
reasonable life under those conditions.
The figure below illustrates typical thermal limit curves. The motor starting characteristic is shown for a high inertia load at
80% voltage. If the motor started quicker, the distinct characteristics of the thermal limit curves would not be required and
the running overload curve would be joined with locked rotor safe stall times to produce a single overload curve.
The motor manufacturer should provide a safe stall time or thermal limit curves for any motor they sell. To program the 469
for maximum protection, it is necessary to ask for these items when the motor is out for bid. These thermal limits are
intended to be used as guidelines and their definition is not always precise. When operation of the motor exceeds the thermal limit, the motor insulation does not immediately melt. Rather, the rate of insulation degradation has reached a point that
motor life will be significantly reduced if it is run any longer in that condition.
400
HIGH
INERTIA
MOTOR
300
200
RUNNING OVERLOAD
100
80
A,B,AND C ARE THE
ACCELERATION THERMAL LIMIT
CURVES AT 100%, 90%, AND
80%VOLTAGE, REPECTIVELY
60
TIME-SECONDS
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Motor thermal limits are dictated by the design of both the stator and the rotor. Motors have three modes of operation:
locked rotor or stall (when the rotor is not turning), acceleration (when the rotor is coming up to speed), and running (when
the rotor turns at near synchronous speed). Heating occurs in the motor during each of these conditions in very distinct
ways. Typically, during motor starting, locked rotor and acceleration conditions, the motor is rotor limited. That is to say that
the rotor will approach its thermal limit before the stator. Under locked rotor conditions, voltage is induced in the rotor at line
frequency, 50 or 60 Hz. This voltage causes a current to flow in the rotor, also at line frequency, and the heat generated
(I2R) is a function of the effective rotor resistance. At 50 or 60 Hz, the reactance of the rotor cage causes the current to flow
at the outer edges of the rotor bars. The effective resistance of the rotor is therefore at a maximum during a locked rotor
condition as is rotor heating. When the motor is running at rated speed, the voltage induced in the rotor is at a low frequency (approximately 1 Hz) and therefore, the effective resistance of the rotor is reduced quite dramatically. During running overloads, the motor thermal limit is typically dictated by stator parameters. Some special motors might be all stator or
all rotor limited. During acceleration, the dynamic nature of the motor slip dictates that rotor impedance is also dynamic,
and a third overload thermal limit characteristic is necessary.
40
C
B
20
A
G
F
10
8
E
6
4
E,F, AND G ARE THE
SAFE STALL THERMAL LIMIT
TIMES AT 100%, 90%, AND
80%VOLTAGE, REPECTIVELY
2
1
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
% CURRENT
806827A1.CDR
Figure 4–5: TYPICAL TIME-CURRENT AND THERMAL LIMIT CURVES (ANSI/IEEE C37.96)
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4.6.2 THERMAL MODEL
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL
ð
„ THERMAL MODEL
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð SELECT CURVE STYLE:
Range: Standard, Custom, Voltage Dependent
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Standard
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OVERLOAD PICKUP
LEVEL: 1.01 x FLA
Range: 1.01 to 1.25 in steps of 0.01
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Aux2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Aux3
UNBALANCE BIAS
K FACTOR: 0
Range: 0 to 19 in steps of 1. (0 defeats this feature)
COOL TIME CONSTANT
RUNNING: 15 min.
Range: 1 to 1000 min. in steps of 1
COOL TIME CONSTANT
STOPPED: 30 min.
Range: 1 to 1000 min. in steps of 1
HOT/COLD SAFE
STALL RATIO: 1.00
Range: 0.01 to 1.00 in steps of 0.01
ENABLE RTD
BIASING: No
Range: Yes, No
RTD BIAS
MINIMUM: 40°C
Range: 0°C to RTD BIAS CENTER value in steps of 1
RTD BIAS CENTER
POINT: 130°C
Range: RTD BIAS MINIMUM value to RTD BIAS
MAXMIMUM value in steps of 1
RTD BIAS
MAXIMUM: 155°C
Range: RTD BIAS CENTER value to 250°C in steps of 1
THERMAL CAPACITY
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
THERMAL CAP. ALARM
LEVEL: 75% USED
Range: 10 to 100% in steps of 1
THERMAL CAPACITY
ALARM EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
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The primary protective function of the 469 is the thermal model. It consists of five key elements: the overload curve and
overload pickup level, the unbalance biasing of the motor current while the motor is running, the motor cooling time constants, and the biasing of the thermal model based on Hot/Cold motor information and measured stator temperature. Each
of these elements are described in detail in the sections that follow.
The 469 integrates stator and rotor heating into one model. Motor heating is reflected in the A1 STATUS Ö MOTOR STATUS
ÖØ MOTOR THERMAL CAPACITY USED actual value register. If the motor has been stopped for a long period of time, it will be
at ambient temperature and the MOTOR THERMAL CAPACITY USED should be zero. If the motor is in overload, once the thermal capacity used reaches 100%, a trip will occur. The THERMAL CAPACITY ALARM may be used as a warning indication of
an impending overload trip.
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4.6.3 OVERLOAD CURVE SETUP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S5 THERMAL MODEL ÖØ O/L CURVE SETUP
ð
„ O/L CURVE SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
CURVE NUMBER: 4
Range: 1 to 15 in steps of 1.
Seen only if Standard Curve Style is selected.
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TIME TO TRIP AT
1.01 x FLA: 17414.5 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.05 x FLA: 3414.9 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.10 x FLA: 1666.7 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.20 x FLA: 795.4 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.30 x FLA: 507.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.40 x FLA: 364.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.50 x FLA: 280.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
1.75 x FLA: 169.7 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
2.00 x FLA: 116.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
2.25 x FLA: 86.1 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
2.50 x FLA: 66.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
2.75 x FLA: 53.3 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
3.00 x FLA: 43.7 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
3.25 x FLA: 36.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
3.50 x FLA: 31.1 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
3.75 x FLA: 26.8 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
4.00 x FLA: 23.3 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
4.25 x FLA: 20.5 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
4.50 x FLA: 18.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
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TIME TO TRIP AT
4.75 x FLA: 16.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
5.00 x FLA: 14.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
5.50 x FLA: 12.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
6.00 x FLA: 10.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
6.50 x FLA: 8.5 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
7.00 x FLA: 7.3 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
7.50 x FLA: 6.3 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
8.00 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
10.0 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
15.0 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
TIME TO TRIP AT
20.0 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Cannot be
altered if SELECT CURVE STYLE is “Standard”.
MINIMUM ALLOWABLE
LINE VOLTAGE: 80%
Range: 70 to 95% in steps of 1. Seen only if SELECT
CURVE STYLE is “Voltage Dependent”.
STALL CURRENT @ MIN
Vline: 4.80 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to 15.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01. Seen only if
SELECT CURVE STYLE is Voltage Dependent.
SAFE STALL TIME @
MIN Vline: 20.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Seen only if
SELECT CURVE STYLE is Voltage Dependent.
ACCEL. INTERSECT @
MIN Vline: 3.80 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to STALL CURRENT @ MIN Vline value in
steps of 0.01. Seen only if SELECT CURVE
STYLE is “Voltage Dependent”
STALL CURRENT @ 100%
Vline: 6.00 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to 15.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01. Seen only if
SELECT CURVE STYLE is Voltage Dependent.
SAFE STALL TIME @
100% Vline: 10.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Seen only if
SELECT CURVE STYLE is Voltage Dependent.
ACCEL. INTERSECT @
100% Vline: 5.00 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to STALL CURRENT @ MIN Vline value in
steps of 0.01. Seen only if SELECT CURVE
STYLE is “Voltage Dependent”
The overload curve accounts for motor heating during stall, acceleration, and running in both the stator and the rotor. The
OVERLOAD PICKUP LEVEL setpoint dictates where the running overload curve begins as the motor enters an overload condition. This is useful for service factor motors as it allows the pickup level to be defined. The curve is effectively cut off at current values below this pickup.
Motor thermal limits consist of three distinct parts based on the three conditions of operation: locked rotor or stall, acceleration, and running overload. Each of these curves may be provided for a hot and a cold motor. A hot motor is defined as one
that has been running for a period of time at full load such that the stator and rotor temperatures have settled at their rated
temperature. A cold motor is a motor that has been stopped for a period of time such that the stator and rotor temperatures
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have settled at ambient temperature. For most motors, the distinct characteristics of the motor thermal limits are formed
into a smooth homogeneous curve. Sometimes only a safe stall time is provided. This is acceptable if the motor has been
designed conservatively and can easily perform its required duty without infringing on the thermal limit. In this case, the protection can be conservative and process integrity is not compromised. If a motor has been designed very close to its thermal limits when operated as required, then the distinct characteristics of the thermal limits become important.
The 469 overload curve can take one of three formats: Standard, Custom Curve, or Voltage Dependent. Regardless of the
selected curve style, thermal memory is retained in the A1 STATUS Ö MOTOR STATUS ÖØ MOTOR THERMAL CAPACITY USED
register. This register is updated every 100 ms using the following equation:
TC used t = TC used
t – 100ms
100 ms
+ ---------------------------- × 100%
time to trip
(EQ 4.1)
where: time_to_trip = time taken from the overload curve at Ieq as a function of FLA. The overload protection curve should
always be set slightly lower than the thermal limits provided by the manufacturer. this will ensure that the motor is tripped
before the thermal limit is reached.
a) STANDARD OVERLOAD CURVES
100000
10000
TIME IN SECONDS
4
If the motor starting times are well within the safe stall times, it is recommended that the 469 Standard Overload Curve be
used. The standard overload curves are a series of 15 curves with a common curve shape based on typical motor thermal
limit curves (see the figure and table below).
1000
100
x15
10
x1
1.00
0.10
1.00
10
100
MULTIPLE OF FULL LOAD AMPS
1000
806804A5.CDR
Figure 4–6: 469 STANDARD OVERLOAD CURVES
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Table 4–1: 469 STANDARD OVERLOAD CURVE MULTIPLIERS
PICKUP
LEVEL
STANDARD CURVE MULTIPLIERS
×1
×2
×3
×4
×5
×6
×7
×8
×9
× 10
× 11
× 12
× 13
× 14
× 15
1.01
4353.6
8707.2
13061
17414
21768
26122
30475
34829
39183
43536
47890
52243
56597
60951
65304
1.05
853.71
1707.4
2561.1
3414.9
4268.6
5122.3
5976.0
6829.7
7683.4
8537.1
9390.8
10245
11098
11952
12806
1.10
416.68
833.36
1250.0
1666.7
2083.4
2500.1
2916.8
3333.5
3750.1
4166.8
4583.5
5000.2
5416.9
5833.6
6250.2
1.20
198.86
397.72
596.58
795.44
994.30
1193.2
1392.0
1590.9
1789.7
1988.6
2187.5
2386.3
2585.2
2784.1
2982.9
1.30
126.80
253.61
380.41
507.22
634.02
760.82
887.63
1014.4
1141.2
1268.0
1394.8
1521.6
1648.5
1775.3
1902.1
1367.0
1.40
91.14
182.27
273.41
364.55
455.68
546.82
637.96
729.09
820.23
911.37
1002.5
1093.6
1184.8
1275.9
1.50
69.99
139.98
209.97
279.96
349.95
419.94
489.93
559.92
629.91
699.90
769.89
839.88
909.87
979.86
1049.9
1.75
42.41
84.83
127.24
169.66
212.07
254.49
296.90
339.32
381.73
424.15
466.56
508.98
551.39
593.81
636.22
2.00
29.16
58.32
87.47
116.63
145.79
174.95
204.11
233.26
262.42
291.58
320.74
349.90
379.05
408.21
437.37
2.25
21.53
43.06
64.59
86.12
107.65
129.18
150.72
172.25
193.78
215.31
236.84
258.37
279.90
301.43
322.96
2.50
16.66
33.32
49.98
66.64
83.30
99.96
116.62
133.28
149.94
166.60
183.26
199.92
216.58
233.24
249.90
2.75
13.33
26.65
39.98
53.31
66.64
79.96
93.29
106.62
119.95
133.27
146.60
159.93
173.25
186.58
199.91
3.00
10.93
21.86
32.80
43.73
54.66
65.59
76.52
87.46
98.39
109.32
120.25
131.19
142.12
153.05
163.98
3.25
9.15
18.29
27.44
36.58
45.73
54.87
64.02
73.16
82.31
91.46
100.60
109.75
118.89
128.04
137.18
3.50
7.77
15.55
23.32
31.09
38.87
46.64
54.41
62.19
69.96
77.73
85.51
93.28
101.05
108.83
116.60
3.75
6.69
13.39
20.08
26.78
33.47
40.17
46.86
53.56
60.25
66.95
73.64
80.34
87.03
93.73
100.42
4.00
5.83
11.66
17.49
23.32
29.15
34.98
40.81
46.64
52.47
58.30
64.13
69.96
75.79
81.62
87.45
4.25
5.12
10.25
15.37
20.50
25.62
30.75
35.87
41.00
46.12
51.25
56.37
61.50
66.62
71.75
76.87
4.50
4.54
9.08
13.63
18.17
22.71
27.25
31.80
36.34
40.88
45.42
49.97
54.51
59.05
63.59
68.14
4.75
4.06
8.11
12.17
16.22
20.28
24.33
28.39
32.44
36.50
40.55
44.61
48.66
52.72
56.77
60.83
5.00
3.64
7.29
10.93
14.57
18.22
21.86
25.50
29.15
32.79
36.43
40.08
43.72
47.36
51.01
54.65
5.50
2.99
5.98
8.97
11.96
14.95
17.94
20.93
23.91
26.90
29.89
32.88
35.87
38.86
41.85
44.84
6.00
2.50
5.00
7.49
9.99
12.49
14.99
17.49
19.99
22.48
24.98
27.48
29.98
32.48
34.97
37.47
6.50
2.12
4.24
6.36
8.48
10.60
12.72
14.84
16.96
19.08
21.20
23.32
25.44
27.55
29.67
31.79
7.00
1.82
3.64
5.46
7.29
9.11
10.93
12.75
14.57
16.39
18.21
20.04
21.86
23.68
25.50
27.32
7.50
1.58
3.16
4.75
6.33
7.91
9.49
11.08
12.66
14.24
15.82
17.41
18.99
20.57
22.15
23.74
8.00
1.39
2.78
4.16
5.55
6.94
8.33
9.71
11.10
12.49
13.88
15.27
16.65
18.04
19.43
20.82
10.00
1.39
2.78
4.16
5.55
6.94
8.33
9.71
11.10
12.49
13.88
15.27
16.65
18.04
19.43
20.82
15.00
1.39
2.78
4.16
5.55
6.94
8.33
9.71
11.10
12.49
13.88
15.27
16.65
18.04
19.43
20.82
20.00
1.39
2.78
4.16
5.55
6.94
8.33
9.71
11.10
12.49
13.88
15.27
16.65
18.04
19.43
20.82
Above 8.0 x Pickup, the trip time for 8.0 is used. This prevents the overload curve from acting as an instantaneous element.
NOTE
The standard overload curves equation is:
Curve_Multiplier × 2.2116623
Time to Trip = ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2
0.02530337 × ( Pickup – 1 ) + 0.05054758 × ( Pickup – 1 )
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b) CUSTOM OVERLOAD CURVE
If the motor starting current begins to infringe on the thermal damage curves, it may become necessary to use a custom
curve to tailor the motor protection so that successful starting may occur without compromising protection. Furthermore, the
characteristics of the starting thermal damage curve (locked rotor and acceleration) and the running thermal damage
curves may not fit together very smoothly. In this instance, a custom curve may be necessary to tailor motor protection to
the motor thermal limits so it may be started successfully and be utilized to its full potential without compromising protection. The distinct parts of the thermal limit curves now become more critical. For these conditions, it is recommended that
the 469 custom curve thermal model be used. The custom overload curve feature allows the user to program their own
curve by entering trip times for 30 pre-determined current levels.
As seen in the figure below, if the running overload thermal limit curve were smoothed into one curve with the locked rotor
overload curve, the motor could not start at 80% line voltage. A custom curve is required.
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6500 HP, 13800 VOLT INDUCED DRAFT FAN MOTOR
10000
1
4
2
3
4
1000
5
PROGRAMMED 469 CUSTOM CURVE
RUNNING SAFETIME (STATOR LIMIT)
ACCELERATION SAFETIME (ROTOR LIMIT)
MOTOR CURRENT at 100% VOLTAGE
MOTOR CURRENT at 80% VOLTAGE
TIME TO TRIP IN SECONDS
1
2
100
3
10
4
5
MULTIPLE OF FULL LOAD CURRENT SETPOINT
1000
100
10
0.5
0.1
1
1.0
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Figure 4–7: CUSTOM CURVE EXAMPLE
During the interval of discontinuity, the longer of the two trip times is used to reduce the chance of nuisance tripping during motor starts.
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c) VOLTAGE DEPENDENT OVERLOAD CURVE
If the motor is called upon to drive a high inertia load, it is quite possible and acceptable that the acceleration time exceeds
the safe stall time (bearing in mind that a locked rotor condition is different than an acceleration condition). In this instance,
each distinct portion of the thermal limit curve must be known and protection must be coordinated against that curve. The
relay that is protecting the motor must be able to distinguish between a locked rotor condition, an accelerating condition
and a running condition. The 469 Voltage Dependent Overload Curve feature is tailored to protect these types of motors.
Voltage is continually monitored during motor starting and the acceleration thermal limit curve is adjusted accordingly.
The Voltage Dependent Overload Curve is comprised of the three characteristic shapes of thermal limit curves as determined by the stall or locked rotor condition, acceleration, and running overload. The curve is constructed by entering a custom curve shape for the running overload protection curve. Next, a point must be entered for the acceleration protection
curve at the point of intersection with the custom curve, based on the minimum allowable starting voltage as defined by the
minimum allowable line voltage. The locked rotor current and safe stall time must also be entered for that voltage. A second
point of intersection must be entered for 100% line voltage. Once again, the locked rotor current and the safe stall time
must be entered, this time for 100% line voltage. The protection curve created from the safe stall time and intersection point
will be dynamic based on the measured line voltage between the minimum allowable line voltage and the 100% line voltage. This method of protection inherently accounts for the change in motor speed as an impedance relay would. The
change in impedance is reflected by motor terminal voltage and line current. For any given speed at any given line voltage,
there is only one value of line current.
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HIGH INERTIA LOAD OVERLOAD CURVES
8800 HP, 13.2 kV, REACTOR COOLANT PUMP
1000
900
800
700
1- Running Overload Thermal Limit
2- Acceleration Thermal Limit at 80%V
3- Acceleration Thermal Limit at 100%V
4- Locked Rotor Thermal Limit
5- Motor Acceleration Curve at 80% V
6- Motor Acceleration Curve at 100%V
1
600
500
400
300
2
200
TIME TO TRIP (SECONDS)
3
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
9
8
7
6
4
5
4
5
3
6
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
MULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD AMPS
7
8
806821A4.CDR
Figure 4–8: THERMAL LIMITS FOR HIGH INERTIAL LOAD
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To illustrate the Voltage Dependent Overload Curve feature, the thermal limits of Figure 4–8: Thermal Limits for High Inertial Load will be used.
1.
Construct a custom curve for the running overload thermal limit. If the curve does not extend to the acceleration thermal limits, extend it such that the curve intersects the acceleration thermal limit curves (see the Custom Curve below).
2.
Enter the per unit current value for the acceleration overload curve intersect with the custom curve for 80% line voltage. Also enter the per unit current and safe stall protection time for 80% line voltage (see the Acceleration Curve
below).
3.
Enter the per unit current value for the acceleration overload curve intersect with the custom curve for 100% line voltage. Also enter the per unit current and safe stall protection time for 100% line voltage (see the Acceleration Curve
below).
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HIGH INERTIA LOAD OVERLOAD CURVES
8800 HP, 13.2 kV, REACTOR COOLANT PUMP
HIGH INERTIA LOAD OVERLOAD CURVES
8800 HP, 13.2 kV, REACTOR COOLANT PUMP
1000
900
800
700
1000
900
800
700
600
600
500
500
4
469 Custom Curve
400
400
300
300
200
200
100
90
80
70
60
100
90
80
70
60
Acceleration intersect at 80%V
TIME TO TRIP (SECONDS)
TIME TO TRIP (SECONDS)
Acceleration Intersect at 100%V
50
40
30
20
50
40
30
20
10
9
8
7
6
10
9
8
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
MULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD AMPS
MULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD AMPS
806822A4.CDR
806823A4.CDR
Figure 4–9: VOLTAGE DEPENDENT OVERLOAD CURVES
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The 469 takes the information provided and create protection curves for any voltage between the minimum and 100%. For
values above the voltage in question, the 469 extrapolates the safe stall protection curve to 110% voltage. This current level
is calculated by taking the locked rotor current at 100% voltage and multiplying by 1.10. For trip times above the 110% current level, the trip time of 110% will be used. (see figure below).
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8800 HP, 13.2 kV, REACTOR COOLANT PUMP
1000
900
800
700
600
Custom Curve
500
400
300
Acceleration Intersect at 80%V
4
200
TIME TO TRIP (SECONDS)
Acceleration Intersect at 100%V
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
Safe Stall Time at 80%V,
80%V Stall Current
20
Safe Stall Time at 100%V,
100%V Stall Current
10
9
8
7
6
5
Safe Stall Points
Extrapolated to 110%V
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
MULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD AMPS
7
8
806824A4.CDR
Figure 4–10: VOLTAGE DEPENDENT OVERLOAD PROTECTION CURVES
The safe stall curve is in reality a series of safe stall points for different voltages. For a given voltage, there
can only be one value of stall current and therefore, only one safe stall time.
NOTE
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The following two figures illustrate the resultant overload protection curves for 80% and 100% line voltage, respectively. For
voltages in between, the 469 will shift the acceleration curve linearly and constantly based on measured line voltage during
a motor start.
GE Multilin
GE Multilin
HIGH INERTIA LOAD OVERLOAD CURVES
8800 HP, 13.2 kV, REACTOR COOLANT PUMP
1000
900
800
700
1000
900
800
700
600
600
500
500
400
400
300
300
200
200
100
90
80
70
60
100
90
80
70
60
TIME TO TRIP (SECONDS)
4
TIME TO TRIP (SECONDS)
HIGH INERTIA LOAD OVERLOAD CURVES
8800 HP, 13.2 kV, REACTOR COOLANT PUMP
50
40
30
20
50
40
30
20
10
9
8
7
6
10
9
8
7
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
MULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD AMPS
7
8
1
2
806825A4.CDR
3
4
5
6
MULTIPLES OF FULL LOAD AMPS
7
8
806826A4.CDR
Figure 4–11: VOLTAGE DEPENDENT OVERLOAD PROTECTION AT 80% AND 100% VOLTAGE
d) UNBALANCE BIAS
Unbalanced phase currents also cause additional rotor heating not accounted for by electromechanical relays and also not
accounted for in some electronic protective relays. When the motor is running, the rotor rotates in the direction of the positive-sequence current at near synchronous speed. Negative-sequence current, with a phase rotation opposite to positivesequence current (and hence, opposite to the rotor rotation), generates a rotor voltage that produces a substantial rotor
current. This induced current has a frequency approximately 2 times the line frequency: 100 Hz for a 50 Hz system or
120 Hz for a 60 Hz system. The skin effect in the rotor bars at this frequency causes a significant increase in rotor resistance and therefore a significant increase in rotor heating. This extra heating is not accounted for in the thermal limit curves
supplied by the motor manufacturer, as these curves assume only positive-sequence currents from a perfectly balanced
supply and motor design.
The 469 measures the ratio of negative to positive-sequence current. The thermal model may be biased to reflect the additional heating that is caused by negative sequence current when the motor is running. This biasing is accomplished by creating an equivalent motor heating current rather than simply using average current (Iper_unit). This equivalent current is
calculated using the equation shown below.
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I eq =
where:
I
2
I2
⋅ ⎛⎝ 1 + k ⋅ ⎛⎝ ----⎞⎠ ⎞⎠
I1
2
per_unit
(EQ 4.3)
Ieq = equivalent motor heating current
Iper_unit = per unit current based on FLA
I2= negative sequence current
I1= positive sequence current
k = constant
1.05
1.05
1.00
1.00
DERATING FACTOR
DERATING FACTOR
The figure below shows recommended motor derating as a function of voltage unbalance recommended by NEMA (the
National Electrical Manufacturers Association). Assuming a typical induction motor with an inrush of 6 x FLA and a negative
sequence impedance of 0.167, voltage unbalances of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5% equal current unbalances of 6, 12, 18, 24, and
30% respectively. Based on this assumption, the GE Multilin curve illustrates the motor derating for different values of k
entered for the UNBALANCE BIAS K FACTOR setpoint. Note that the curve created when k = 8 is almost identical to the NEMA
derating curve.
0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
0.75
0.70
0.95
k=2
0.90
0.85
k=4
0.80
k=6
k=8
0.75
k=10
0.70
0
1
2
3
4
5
0
1
2
3
4
5
PERCENT VOLTAGE UNBALANCE
PERCENT VOLTAGE UNBALANCE
NEMA
GE MULTILIN
808728A1.CDR
Figure 4–12: MEDIUM MOTOR DERATING FACTOR DUE TO UNBALANCED VOLTAGE
If a k value of 0 is entered, the unbalance biasing is defeated and the overload curve will time out against the measured per
unit motor current. k may be calculated conservatively as:
175- (typical estimate); k = 230
k = ------------------ (conservative estimate), where I LR is the per unit locked rotor current
2
2
I LR
I LR
(EQ 4.4)
e) MOTOR COOLING
The thermal capacity used value decreases exponentially when the motor current is less than the OVERLOAD PICKUP setpoint. This reduction simulates motor cooling. The motor cooling time constants should be entered for both stopped and
running cases. Since cooling is exponential, the time constants are one-fifth of the total time from 100% thermal capacity
used to 0%. A stopped motor normally cools significantly slower than a running motor. Motor cooling is calculated as:
TC used = ( TC used_start – TC used_end ) ( e
–t ⁄ τ
) + TC used_end
I eq
hot
TC used_end = ⎛ -------------------------------------------⎞ ⎛ 1 – -----------⎞ × 100%
⎝ overload_pickup⎠ ⎝
cold⎠
where:
(EQ 4.5)
(EQ 4.6)
TCused
TCused_start
TCused_end
= thermal capacity used
= TCused value caused by overload condition
= TCused value dictated by the hot/cold curve ratio when the motor is running
(= 0 when the motor is stopped)
t
= time in minutes
τ
= Cool Time Constant (running or stopped)
= equivalent motor heating current
Ieq
overload_pickup= overload pickup setpoint as a multiple of FLA
hot / cold
= hot/cold curve ratio
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100
75
75
Thermal Capacity Used
Thermal Capacity Used
4.6 S5 THERMAL MODEL
Cool Time Constant= 15 min
TCused_start= 85%
Hot/Cold Ratio= 80%
Ieq/Overload Pickup= 80%
50
25
0
0
30
60
90
120
150
180
0
30
60
90
120
Time in Minutes
Time in Minutes
80% LOAD
100% LOAD
100
150
180
100
75
Thermal Capacity Used
Thermal Capacity Used
50
25
0
4
Cool Time Constant= 15 min
TCused_start= 85%
Hot/Cold Ratio= 80%
Ieq/Overload Pickup= 100%
Cool Time Constant= 30 min
TCused_start= 85%
Hot/Cold Ratio= 80%
Motor Stopped after running Rated Load
TCused_end= 0%
50
25
0
75
Cool Time Constant= 30 min
TCused_start= 100%
Hot/Cold Ratio= 80%
Motor Stopped after Overload Trip
TCused_end= 0%
50
25
0
0
30
60
90
120
150
180
0
30
60
90
120
Time in Minutes
Time in Minutes
MOTOR STOPPED
MOTOR TRIPPED
150
180
808705A1.CDR
Figure 4–13: THERMAL MODEL COOLING
f) HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO
The motor manufacturer may provide thermal limit information for a hot/cold motor. The 469 thermal model adapts for these
conditions if the HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO setpoint is programmed. This setpoint value dictates the level of thermal capacity
used the relay will settle at for current levels below the OVERLOAD PICKUP LEVEL. When the motor is running at a level that
is below the OVERLOAD PICKUP LEVEL, the THERMAL CAPACITY USED register will rise or fall to a value based on the average
phase current and the HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO setpoint. The THERMAL CAPACITY USED will either rise at a fixed rate of 5%
per minute or fall as dictated by the running cool time constant.
hot-⎞ × 100%
TC used_end = I eq × ⎛ 1 – ---------⎝
cold⎠
where:
(EQ 4.7)
TCused_end = THERMAL CAPACITY USED if Iper_unit remains steady state
Ieq = equivalent motor heating current
hot / cold = HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO setpoint
The HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO may be determined from the thermal limit curves if provided or the hot and cold safe stall times.
Simply divide the hot safe stall time by the cold safe stall time. If hot and cold times are not provided, there can be no differentiation and the HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO should be entered as "1.00".
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g) RTD BIAS
The 469 thermal replica operates as a complete and independent model. The thermal overload curves however, are based
solely on measured current, assuming a normal 40°C ambient and normal motor cooling. If the ambient temperature is
unusually high, or if motor cooling is blocked, the motor temperature will increase. If the motor stator has embedded RTDs,
the 469 RTD bias feature should be used to correct the thermal model.
The RTD bias feature is a two-part curve, constructed using 3 points. If the maximum stator RTD temperature is below the
RTD BIAS MINIMUM setpoint (typically 40°C), no biasing occurs. If the maximum stator RTD temperature is above the RTD
BIAS MAXIMUM setpoint (typically at the stator insulation rating or slightly higher), then the thermal memory is fully biased
and THERMAL CAPACITY USED is forced to "100%". At values between the maximum and minimum, the THERMAL CAPACITY
USED created by the overload curve and the thermal model is compared to the RTD Bias thermal capacity used from the
RTD Bias curve. If the RTD Bias thermal capacity used value is higher, then that value is used from that point onward. The
RTD BIAS CENTER POINT should be set at the rated motor running temperature. The 469 automatically determines the THERMAL CAPACITY USED value for the center point using the HOT/COLD SAFE STALL RATIO setpoint.
hot-⎞ × 100%
TC used @ RTD_Bias_Center = ⎛⎝ 1 – ---------cold⎠
(EQ 4.8)
At < RTD_Bias_Center temperature,
Temp actual – Temp min
RTD_Bias_TC used = -------------------------------------------------------- × ( 100 – TC used @ RTD_Bias_Center ) + TC used @ RTD_Bias_Center
Temp center – Temp min
(EQ 4.9)
At > RTD_Bias_Center temperature,
Temp actual – Temp center
RTD_Bias_TC used = ------------------------------------------------------------- × ( 100 – TC used @ RTD_Bias_Center ) + TC used @ RTD_Bias_Center
Temp max – Temp center
where:
(EQ 4.10)
RTD_Bias_TCused = TC used due to hottest stator RTD
Tempacutal = current temperature of the hottest stator RTD
Tempmin = RTD Bias minimum setpoint
Tempcenter = RTD Bias center setpoint
Tempmax = RTD Bias maximum setpoint
TCused @ RTD_Bias_Center = TC used defined by the HOT/COLD SAFE STALL RATIO setpoint
In simple terms, the RTD bias feature is real feedback of the measured stator temperature. This feedback acts as correction of the thermal model for unforeseen situations. Since RTDs are relatively slow to respond, RTD biasing is good for correction and slow motor heating. The rest of the thermal model is required during starting and heavy overload conditions
when motor heating is relatively fast.
It should be noted that the RTD bias feature alone cannot create a trip. If the RTD bias feature forces the thermal capacity
used to 100%, the motor current must be above the overload pickup before an overload trip occurs. Presumably, the motor
would trip on stator RTD temperature at that time.
RTD Bias Maximum
RTD Thermal Capacity Used
100
Hot/Cold = 0.85
Rated Temperature=130°C
Insulation Rating=155°C
80
60
40
20
RTD Bias Center Point
RTD Bias Minimum
0
–50
0
50
100
150
200
250
Maximum Stator RTD Temperature
808721A1.CDR
Figure 4–14: RTD BIAS CURVE
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4.7 S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS
4 SETPOINTS
4.7S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS
4.7.1 SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS Ö SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
ð
„ SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
OVERREACH FILTER: Off
Range: On, Off
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Alarm, Auxiliary2, Auxiliary3, Alarm & Aux2,
Alarm & Aux3, Aux2 & Aux3, Alarm & Aux2 &
Aux3
SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
PICKUP: 2.0 x CT
Range: 2.0 to 20.0 x CT in steps of 0.1
INTENTIONAL S/C TRIP
DELAY: 0 ms
Range: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 10
SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
BACKUP: Off
Range: On, Off
ASSIGN BACKUP
RELAYS: Auxiliary2
Range: Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
BACKUP DELAY: 200 ms
Range: 10 to 2000 ms in steps of 10
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
WARNING
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
TRIP: Off
MESSAGE
4
ð SHORT CIRCUIT
ESCAPE
Care must be taken when turning On this feature. If the interrupting device (contactor or circuit breaker) is
not rated to break the fault current, this feature should be disabled. Alternatively, this feature may be
assigned to an auxiliary relay and connected such that it trips an upstream device that is capable of breaking the fault current.
If turned on, the Short Circuit element functions as follows.
A trip occurs once the magnitude of either Ia, Ib, or Ic exceeds the Pickup Level × Phase CT Primary for a period of time
specified by INTENTIONAL S/C TRIP DELAY. A backup trip feature may also be enabled. The SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP BACKUP
DELAY should be greater than the INTENTIONAL S/C TRIP DELAY plus the breaker clearing time. If the SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP
BACKUP is "On", and a Short Circuit trip has initiated, a second trip occurs if the motor phase current persists for a period of
time exceeding the SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP BACKUP DELAY. It is intended that this second trip be assigned to R2 or R3 which
would be dedicated as an upstream breaker trip relay.
Various situations (e.g. charging a long line to the motor or power factor correction capacitors) may cause transient inrush
currents during motor starting that may exceed the SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP PICKUP level for a very short period of time. The
INTENTIONAL S/C TRIP DELAY is adjustable in 10 ms increments. This delay can be fine tuned to an application so it still
responds very fast but rides through normal operational disturbances. Normally, the INTENTIONAL S/C TRIP DELAY is set as
quick as possible, 0 ms. This time may be increased if nuisance tripping occurs.
When a motor starts, the starting current (typically 6 × FLA for an induction motor) has an asymmetrical component. This
asymmetrical current may cause one phase to see as much as 1.6 times the normal RMS starting current. If the SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP PICKUP was set at 1.25 times the symmetrical starting current, it is probable that there would be nuisance trips
during motor starting. A rule of thumb has been developed over time that short circuit protection at least 1.6 times the symmetrical starting current value. This allows the motor to start without nuisance tripping.
The overreach filter removes the DC component from the asymmetrical current present at the moment a fault occurs. This
results in no overreach whatsoever, however, the response time slows slightly (10 to 15 ms) but times still remain within
specifications.
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4.7.2 OVERLOAD ALARM
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ÖØ OVERLOAD ALARM
ð
„ OVERLOAD ALARM
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð OVERLOAD
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Auxiliary2, Auxiliary3, Alarm & Aux2,
Alarm & Aux3, Aux2 & Aux3, Alarm & Aux2 &
Aux3
OVERLOAD ALARM
DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 60 s in steps of 0.1
OVERLOAD ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
If enabled as "Latched" or "Unlatched", the Overload Alarm functions as follows. After a motor start, when the equivalent
motor heating current exceeds the OVERLOAD PICKUP LEVEL, an alarm will occur. If programmed as Unlatched, the overload alarm resets itself when the motor is no longer in overload. If programmed as "Latched", the RESET key must be
pressed to reset the alarm once the overload condition is gone. Event recording for all alarm features is optional.
For example, it may be desirable to have an unlatched alarm connected to a PLC that is controlling the load on a motor.
4.7.3 MECHANICAL JAM
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ÖØ MECHANICAL JAM
ð
„ MECHANICAL JAM
n [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð MECHANICAL JAM
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
TRIP: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3;
Trip & Auxiliary3
MECHANICAL JAM
PICKUP: 1.50 x FLA
Range: 1.01 to 3.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01
MECHANICAL JAM
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 30 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
If turned On, the Mechanical Jam element function as follows. After a motor start, a Trip occurs once the magnitude of Ia,
Ib, or Ic exceeds the Pickup Level × FLA for a period of time specified by the MECHANICAL JAM DELAY setpoint. This feature
may be used to indicate a stall condition when running. Not only does it protect the motor by taking it off-line quicker than
the thermal model (overload curve), it may also prevent or limit damage to the driven equipment if motor starting torque persists on jammed or broken equipment.
The MECHANICAL JAM PICKUP level should be set higher than motor loading during normal operation, but lower than the
motor stall level. Normally the delay is set to the minimum time delay or set so that no nuisance trips occur due to momentary load fluctuations.
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4.7.4 UNDERCURRENT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ÖØ UNDERCURRENT
ð
„ UNDERCURRENT
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: 0 to 15000 s in steps of 1
FROM START: 0 s
ESCAPE
UNDERCURRENT
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
UNDERCURRENT ALARM
PICKUP: 0.70 x FLA
Range: 0.10 to 0.95 x FLA in steps of 0.01
UNDERCURRENT ALARM
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1
UNDERCURRENT ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
UNDERCURRENT
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
UNDERCURRENT TRIP
PICKUP: 0.70 x FLA
Range: 0.10 to 0.99 x FLA in steps of 0.01
UNDERCURRENT TRIP
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ð BLOCK UNDERCURRENT
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
A trip or alarm will occurs once the magnitude Ia, Ib, or Ic falls below the pickup level × FLA for the time specified by the
UNDERCURRENT ALARM DELAY. The Undercurrent element is active only when the motor is running. It is blocked upon the
initiation of a motor start for the time defined by the U/C BLOCK FROM START setpoint (e.g. this block may be used to allow
pumps to build up head before the undercurrent element trips). A value of "0" means the feature is not blocked from start. If
a value other than "0" is entered, the feature is disabled when the motor is stopped and also from the time a start is
detected until the time entered expires. The UNDERCURRENT ALARM PICKUP level should be set lower than motor loading
during normal operations.
For example, if a pump is cooled by the liquid it pumps, loss of load may mean that the pump overheats. In this case,
enable the undercurrent feature. If the motor loading should never fall below 0.75 × FLA, even for short durations, the
UNDERCURRENT TRIP PICKUP could be set to "0.70" and the UNDERCURRENT ALARM PICKUP to "0.75". If the pump is always
started loaded, the BLOCK UNDERCURRENT FROM START setpoint should be disabled (programmed as 0).
•
the UNDERCURRENT ALARM DELAY / UNDERCURRENT TRIP DELAY is typically set as quick as possible, i.e. 1 s.
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4.7.5 CURRENT UNBALANCE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ÖØ CURRENT UNBALANCE
ð
„ CURRENT UNBALANCE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð CURRENT UNBALANCE
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
CURRENT UNBALANCE
ALARM PICKUP: 15%
Range: 4 to 40% in steps of 1
CURRENT UNBALANCE
ALARM DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1
CURRENT UNBALANCE
ALARM EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
CURRENT UNBALANCE
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
CURRENT UNBALANCE
TRIP PICKUP: 20%
Range: 4 to 40% in steps of 1
CURRENT UNBALANCE
TRIP DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
469 unbalance is defined as the ratio of negative-sequence to positive-sequence current, I2 / I1, if the motor is operating at
a load (Iavg) greater than FLA. If the motor Iavg is less than FLA, unbalance is defined as I2 / I1 × Iavg / FLA. This derating is
necessary to prevent nuisance alarms when a motor is lightly loaded. If enabled, a trip and/or alarm occurs once the unbalance magnitude exceeds the CURRENT UNBALANCE ALARM/TRIP PICKUP for a period of time specified by the CURRENT
UNBALANCE ALARM/TRIP DELAY. If the unbalance level exceeds 40%, or when Iavg > 25% FLA and current in any one phase
is zero, the motor is considered single phasing and a trip occurs within 2 seconds. Single phasing protection is disabled if
the unbalance feature is turned "Off".
When setting the CURRENT UNBALANCE ALARM/TRIP PICKUP level, note that a 1% voltage unbalance typically translates into
a 6% current unbalance. Therefore, to prevent nuisance trips or alarms, the pickup level should not be set too low. Also,
since short term unbalances are common, a reasonable delay should be set to avoid nuisance trips or alarms. The unbalance bias feature is recommended to bias the thermal model for motor heating caused by cyclic short term unbalances
(see Section d): Unbalance Bias on page 4–38).
Unusually high unbalance levels may be caused by incorrect phase CT wiring.
NOTE
For example, fluctuations of current unbalance levels are typically caused by the supply voltage. It may be desirable to
have a latched alarm to capture any such fluctuations that go beyond the Unbalance Alarm parameters. Also, a trip is recommended.
If the supply voltage is normally unbalanced up to 2%, the current unbalance seen by a typical motor is 2 × 6 = 12%. In this
case, set the CURRENT UNBALANCE ALARM PICKUP to "15" and the CURRENT UNBALANCE TRIP PICKUP to "20" to prevent nuisance tripping; 5 or 10 seconds is a reasonable delay.
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4.7.6 GROUND FAULT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ÖØ GROUND FAULT
ð
„ GROUND FAULT
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: On, Off
OVERREACH FILTER: Off
ESCAPE
GROUND FAULT
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
GROUND FAULT ALARM
PICKUP: 0.10 x CT
Range: 0.10 to 1.00 x CT, step: 0.01. Seen only if Ground
CT is programmed as 1A or 5A Secondary
GROUND FAULT ALARM
PICKUP: 1.00 A
Range: 0.25 to 25.00 A, step: 0.01. Seen only if Ground
CT is programmed as Multilin 50:0.025
INTENTIONAL GF ALARM
DELAY: 0 ms
Range: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 1
GROUND FAULT ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
GROUND FAULT
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
GROUND FAULT TRIP
PICKUP: 0.20 x CT
Range: 0.10 to 1.00 x CT, step: 0.01. Seen only if Ground
CT is programmed as 1A or 5A Secondary
GROUND FAULT TRIP
PICKUP: 1.00 A
Range: 0.25 to 25.00 A; step: 0.01. Seen only if Ground
CT is programmed as Multilin 50:0.025
INTENTIONAL GF TRIP
DELAY: 0 ms
Range: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 1
GROUND FAULT TRIP
BACKUP: Off
Range: On, Off
ASSIGN BACKUP
RELAYS: Auxiliary2
Range: Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
GROUND FAULT TRIP
BACKUP DELAY: 200 ms
Range: 10 to 2000 ms in steps of 10
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ð GROUND FAULT
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
The Ground Fault element functions as follows. Once the ground current magnitude exceeds the Pickup Level × GROUND
CT PRIMARY (see Section 4.3.1: Current Sensing on page 4–12) for the time specified by the delay, a trip and/or alarm will
occur. There is also a backup trip feature that can be enabled. If the GROUND FAULT TRIP BACKUP is "On", and a Ground
Fault trip has initiated, a second trip will occur if the ground current persists longer than the GROUND FAULT TRIP BACKUP
DELAY. It is intended that this second trip be assigned to R2 or R3, which would be dedicated as an upstream breaker trip
relay. The GROUND FAULT TRIP BACKUP DELAY must be set to a time longer than the breaker clearing time.
NOTE
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Care must be taken when turning On this feature. If the interrupting device (contactor or circuit breaker) is
not rated to break ground fault current (low resistance or solidly grounded systems), the feature should be
disabled. Alternately, the feature may be assigned to an auxiliary relay and connected such that it trips an
upstream device that is capable of breaking the fault current.
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4.7 S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS
Various situations (e.g. contactor bounce) may cause transient ground currents during motor starting that may exceed the
Ground Fault pickup levels for a very short period of time. The Ground Fault time delays are adjustable in 10 ms increments. The delay can be fine tuned to an application such that it still responds very fast, but rides through normal operational disturbances. Normally, the Ground Fault time delays are set as quick as possible, that is, 0 ms. Time may have to be
increased if nuisance tripping occurs.
Special care must be taken when the ground input is wired to the phase CTs in a residual connection. When a motor starts,
the starting current (typically 6 × FLA for an induction motor) has an asymmetrical component. This asymmetrical current
may cause one phase to see as much as 1.6 times the normal RMS starting current. This momentary DC component will
cause each of the phase CTs to react differently and the net current into the ground input of the 469 will not be negligible. A
20 ms block of the ground fault elements when the motor starts enables the 469 to ride through this momentary ground current signal.
The overreach filter removed the DC component from the asymmetrical current present at the moment a fault occurs. This
results in no overreach whatsoever, however, the response time slows slightly (10 to 15 ms) but times still remain within
specifications.
4.7.7 PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ÖØ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
ð
„ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
4
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
TRIP: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3, Auxiliary3
STARTING DIFF.
TRIP PICKUP: 0.10 x CT
Range: 0.05 to 1.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
STARTING DIFF.
TRIP DELAY: 0 ms
Range: 0 to 60000 ms in steps of 1
RUNNING DIFF.
TRIP PICKUP: 0.10 x CT
Range: 0.05 to 1.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
RUNNING DIFF.
TRIP DELAY: 0 ms
Range: 0 to 1000 ms in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
These setpoints program the differential element when the differential feature is in use. This feature consists of three
instantaneous overcurrent elements for phase differential protection. Differential protection may be considered first line protection for phase to phase or phase to ground faults. In the event of such a fault, differential protection may limit the damage that may occur.
NOTE
Care must be taken when enabling this feature. If the interrupting device (contactor or circuit breaker) is
not rated to break potential faults, the feature should be disabled. Alternately, the feature may be assigned
to an auxiliary relay and connected such that it trips an upstream device that is capable of breaking the
fault current. A low level differential fault can develop into a short circuit in an instant.
A trip occurs once the magnitude of either IaIN-IaOUT, IbIN-IbOUT, or IcIN-IcOUT (phase differential) exceeds the Pickup Level
× Differential CT Primary for a period of time specified by the delay. Separate pickup levels and delays are provided for
motor starting and running conditions.
The Differential trip element is programmable as a fraction of the rated CT. The level may be set more sensitive if the Differential CTs are connected in a flux balancing configuration (3 CTs). If 6 CTs are used in a summing configuration, the values
from the two CTs on each phase during motor starting may not be equal since the CTs are not perfectly identical (asymmetrical currents may cause the CTs on each phase to have different outputs). To prevent nuisance tripping in this configuration, the STARTING DIFF. TRIP PICKUP level may have to be set less sensitive, or the STARTING DIFF. TRIP DELAY may have to
be extended to ride through the problem period during start. The running differential delay can then be fine tuned to an
application such that it responds very fast to sensitive (low) differential current levels.
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4.8 S7 MOTOR STARTING
4.8.1 ACCELERATION TIMER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S7 MOTOR STARTING Ö ACCELERATION TIMER
ð
„ ACCELERATION TIMER
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð ACCELERATION TIMER
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
TRIP: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
ACCELERATION TIMER
FROM START: 10.0 s
Range: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
The thermal model protects the motor under both starting and overload conditions. The acceleration timer trip may be used
to complement this protection. For example, if the motor always starts in 2 seconds, but the safe stall time is 8 seconds,
there is no point letting the motor remain in a stall condition for 7 or 8 seconds when the thermal model would take it off line.
Furthermore, the starting torque applied to the driven equipment for that period of time could cause severe damage.
Some motor softstarters allow current to ramp up slowly while others limit current to less than FLA throughout the start.
Since the 469 is a generic motor relay, it cannot differentiate between a motor with a slow ramp up time and one that has
completed a start and gone into overload. Therefore, if the motor current does not rise to greater than full load within 1 second on start, the acceleration timer feature is ignored. In any case, the motor is still protected by the overload curve.
4.8.2 START INHIBIT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S7 MOTOR STARTING ÖØ START INHIBIT
„ START INHIBIT
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
4
If enabled, the Acceleration Timer functions as follows. A motor start is assumed to be occurring when the 469 measures
the transition of no motor current to some value of motor current. Typically current rises quickly to a value in excess of FLA
(e.g. 6 x FLA). At this point, the Acceleration Timer will be initialized with the ACCELERATION TIMER FROM START value in
seconds. If the current does not fall below the overload curve pickup level before the timer expires, an acceleration trip will
occur. If the acceleration time of the motor is variable, this feature should be set just beyond the longest acceleration time.
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð START INHIBIT
Range: On, Off
BLOCK: Off
TC USED
MARGIN: 25%
Range: 0 to 25% in steps of 1
The Start Inhibit feature prevents motor tripping during start if there is insufficient thermal capacity. The largest THERMAL
CAPACITY USED value from the last five successful starts is multiplied by (1 + TC USED MARGIN) and stored as the LEARNED
STARTING CAPACITY. This thermal capacity margin ensures a successful motor start. If the number is greater than 100%,
100% is stored as LEARNED STARTING CAPACITY. A successful motor start is one in which phase current rises from 0 to
greater than overload pickup and then, after acceleration, falls below the overload curve pickup level. If the Start Inhibit feature is enabled, the amount of thermal capacity available (100% – THERMAL CAPACITY USED) is compared to the LEARNED
STARTING CAPACITY each time the motor is stopped. If the thermal capacity available does not exceed the LEARNED STARTING CAPACITY, or is not equal to 100%, the Start Inhibit Block is activated until there is sufficient thermal capacity. When a
block occurs, the lockout time will be equal to the time required for the motor to cool to an acceptable start temperature.
This time is a function of the S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL ÖØ COOL TIME CONSTANT STOPPED setpoint.
If this feature is turned "Off", the THERMAL CAPACITY USED must reduce to 15% before an overload lockout resets. This feature should be turned off if the load varies for different starts.
For example, if the THERMAL CAPACITY USED for the last 5 starts is 24, 23, 27, 25, and 21% respectively, the LEARNED
is 27% × 1.25 = 33.75% used. If the motor stops with 90% thermal capacity used, a start block will be
issued. When the motor has cooled and the level of thermal capacity used has fallen to 66%, a start will be permitted. If the
COOL TIME CONSTANT STOPPED setpoint is programmed for 30 minutes, the lockout time will be equal to:
STARTING CAPACITY
TC used = TC used_start × e
–t ⁄ τ
⇒ 66% = 90% × e
– t ⁄ 30
66
⇒ t = ln ------ × – 30 = 9.3 minutes
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4.8.3 JOGGING BLOCK
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S7 MOTOR STARTING ÖØ JOGGING BLOCK
ð
„ JOGGING BLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð JOGGING BLOCK:
Range: On, Off
ESCAPE
Off
ESCAPE
MAX. STARTS/HOUR
PERMISSIBLE: 3
Range: 1 to 5 in steps of 1
TIME BETWEEN STARTS
PERMISSIBLE: 10 min.
Range: 0 to 500 min. in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
The Jogging Block feature may be used to prevent operators from jogging the motor (multiple starts and stops performed in
rapid succession). It consists of two distinct elements: Starts/Hour and Time Between Starts.
The Starts/Hour feature does not guarantee that a certain number of starts or start attempts will be allowed within an hour;
rather, it ensures that a certain number of start attempts will not be exceeded within an hour. Similarly, the Time Between
Starts feature does not guarantee another start will be permitted if the TIME BETWEEN STARTS PERMISSIBLE elapses after the
most recent start. Rather, it ensures a minimum time between starts. If however, the first start attempt from cold is unsuccessful due to a jam or it takes long because the process is overloaded, the Thermal Model might reduce the number of
starts that can be attempted within an hour. It may also cause a lockout time that exceeds a Time Between Starts lockout
that may have been active. Such a thermal lockout will remain until the motor has cooled to an acceptable temperature for
a start.
Starts / Hour:
A motor start is assumed to be occurring when the 469 measures the transition of no motor current to some value of motor
current. At this point, one of the Starts/Hour timers is loaded with 60 minutes. Even unsuccessful start attempts will be
logged as starts for this feature. Once the motor is stopped, the number of starts within the past hour is compared to the
number of starts allowable. If the two numbers are the same, a block will occur. If a block occurs, the lockout time will be
equal to the longest time elapsed since a start within the past hour, subtracted from one hour.
For example, if MAX. STARTS/HOUR PERMISSIBLE is programmed at "2",
•
one start occurs at T = 0 minutes,
•
a second start occurs at T = 17 minutes,
•
the motor is stopped at T = 33 minutes,
•
a block occurs,
•
the lockout time would be 1 hour – 33 minutes = 27 minutes.
Time Between Starts
A motor start is assumed to be occurring when the 469 measures the transition of no motor current to some value of motor
current. At this point, the Time Between Starts timer is loaded with the entered time. Even unsuccessful start attempts will
be logged as starts for this feature. Once the motor is stopped, if the time elapsed since the most recent start is less than
the TIME BETWEEN STARTS PERMISSIBLE setpoint, a block will occur. If a block occurs, the lockout time will be equal to the
time elapsed since the most recent start subtracted from the TIME BETWEEN STARTS PERMISSIBLE. A value of "0" effectively
disables this element.
For example, if TIME BETWEEN STARTS PERMISSIBLE is programmed = 25 min.
•
a start occurs at T = 0 minutes,
•
the motor is stopped at T = 12 minutes,
•
a block occurs,
•
the lockout time would be 25 minutes – 12 minutes = 13 minutes
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4.8.4 RESTART BLOCK
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S7 MOTOR STARTING ÖØ RESTART BLOCK
ð
„ RESTART BLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð RESTART BLOCK:
Range: On, Off
Off
RESTART BLOCK
TIME: 1 s
Range: 1 to 50000 s in steps of 1
The Restart Block feature may be used to ensure that a certain amount of time passes between stopping a motor and
restarting that motor. This timer feature may be very useful for some process applications or motor considerations. If a
motor is on a down-hole pump, after the motor stops, the liquid may fall back down the pipe and spin the rotor backwards.
It would be very undesirable to start the motor at this time. In another scenario, a motor may be driving a very high inertia
load. Once the supply to the motor is disconnected, the rotor may continue to turn for a long period of time as it decelerates.
The motor has now become a generator and applying supply voltage out of phase may result in catastrophic failure.
The Restart Block feature is strictly a timer. The 469 does not sense rotor rotation.
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4.9S8 RTD TEMPERATURE
4.9.1 RTD TYPES
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE Ö RTD TYPES
ð
„ RTD TYPES
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
100 Ohm Platinum
Range: 100 Ohm Platinum, 120 Ohm Nickel, 100 Ohm
Nickel, 10 Ohm Copper
ESCAPE
BEARING RTD TYPE:
100 Ohm Platinum
Range: 100 Ohm Platinum, 120 Ohm Nickel, 100 Ohm
Nickel, 10 Ohm Copper
AMBIENT RTD TYPE:
100 Ohm Platinum
Range: 100 Ohm Platinum, 120 Ohm Nickel, 100 Ohm
Nickel, 10 Ohm Copper
OTHER RTD TYPE:
100 Ohm Platinum
Range: 100 Ohm Platinum, 120 Ohm Nickel, 100 Ohm
Nickel, 10 Ohm Copper
ENTER
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð STATOR RTD TYPE:
Each of the twelve RTDs may be configured as "None" or any one of four application types: "Stator", "Bearing", "Ambient",
or "Other". Each of these types may in turn be any one of four different RTD types: "100 Ohm Platinum", "120 Ohm Nickel",
"100 Ohm Nickel", or "10 Ohm Copper". The table below lists RTD resistance versus temperature.
TEMP °C
TEMP °F
100 Ω PT
(DIN 43760)
120 Ω NI
100 Ω NI
10 Ω CU
–50
–58
80.31
86.17
74.26
7.10
–40
–40
84.27
92.76
79.13
7.49
–30
–22
88.22
99.41
84.15
7.88
–20
–4
92.16
106.15
89.23
8.26
–10
14
96.09
113.00
94.58
8.65
0
32
100.00
120.00
100.00
9.04
10
50
103.90
127.17
105.55
9.42
20
68
107.79
134.52
111.24
9.81
30
86
111.67
142.06
117.06
10.19
40
104
115.54
149.79
123.01
10.58
50
122
119.39
157.74
129.11
10.97
60
140
123.24
165.90
135.34
11.35
70
158
127.07
174.25
141.72
11.74
80
176
130.89
182.84
148.25
12.12
90
194
134.70
191.64
154.94
12.51
100
212
138.50
200.64
161.78
12.90
110
230
142.29
209.85
168.79
13.28
120
248
146.06
219.29
175.98
13.67
130
266
149.82
228.96
183.35
14.06
140
284
153.58
238.85
190.90
14.44
150
302
157.32
248.95
198.66
14.83
160
320
161.04
259.30
206.62
15.22
170
338
164.76
269.91
214.81
15.61
180
356
168.47
280.77
223.22
16.00
190
374
172.46
291.96
16.39
200
392
175.84
303.46
16.78
210
410
179.51
315.31
17.17
220
428
183.17
327.54
17.56
230
446
186.82
340.14
17.95
240
464
190.45
353.14
18.34
250
482
194.08
366.53
18.73
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4.9.2 RTDS 1 TO 6
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ RTD #1(6)
ð
„ RTD #1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð RTD #1 APPLICATION:
Range: Stator, Bearing, Ambient, Other, None
ESCAPE
Stator
ESCAPE
RTD #1 NAME:
Range: 8 alphanumeric characters
RTD #1 ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #1 ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 130°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #1 HIGH ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
HIGH ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #1 HIGH ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 130°C
Range: 1 to 250 in steps of 1
RTD #1 ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
RTD #1 TRIP:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
RTD #1 TRIP VOTING:
RTD #1
Range: RTD #1 to RTD #12
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
RTD #1 TRIP
TEMPERATURE: 155°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
4
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
RTDs 1 through 6 default to "Stator" RTD type. There are individual alarm and trip configurations for each RTD. This allows
one of the RTDs to be turned off if it malfunctions. The alarm level is normally set slightly above the normal running temperature. The high alarm is usually set as a warning of a trip or to initiate an orderly shutdown before tripping occurs. The trip
level is normally set at the insulation rating. Trip voting has been added for extra reliability in the event of RTD malfunction.
If enabled, a second RTD must also exceed the trip temperature of the RTD being checked before a trip will be issued. If
the RTD is chosen to vote with itself, the voting feature is disabled. Each RTD name may be changed if desired.
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4.9.3 RTDS 7 TO 10
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ RTD #7(10)
ð
„ RTD #7
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð RTD #7 APPLICATION:
Range: Stator, Bearing, Ambient, Other, None
ESCAPE
Bearing
ESCAPE
RTD #7 NAME:
Range: 8 alphanumeric characters
RTD #7 ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #7 ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 80°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #7 HIGH ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
HIGH ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #7 HIGH ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 80°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #7 ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
RTD #7 TRIP:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
RTD #7 TRIP VOTING:
RTD #7
Range: RTD #1 to RTD #12
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
RTD #7 TRIP
TEMPERATURE: 90°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
RTDs 7 through 10 default to "Bearing" RTD type. There are individual alarm and trip configurations for each RTD. This
allows one of the RTDs to be turned off if it malfunctions. The alarm level, high alarm level and the trip level are normally set
slightly above the normal running temperature, but below the bearing temperature rating. Trip voting has been added for
extra reliability in the event of RTD malfunction. If enabled, a second RTD must also exceed the trip temperature of the
RTD being checked before a trip will be issued. If the RTD is chosen to vote with itself, the voting feature is disabled. Each
RTD name may be changed if desired.
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4.9.4 RTD 11
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ RTD #11
ð
„ RTD #11
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð RTD #11 APPLICATION:
Range: Stator, Bearing, Ambient, Other, None
ESCAPE
Other
ESCAPE
RTD #11 NAME:
Range: 8 alphanumeric characters
RTD #11 ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #11 ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 80°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #7 HIGH ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
HIGH ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #11 HIGH ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 80°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #11 ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
RTD #11 TRIP:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
RTD #11 TRIP VOTING:
RTD #11
Range: RTD #1 to RTD #12
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
RTD #11 TRIP
TEMPERATURE: 90°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
RTD 11 defaults to "Other" RTD type. The Other selection allows the RTD to be used to monitor any temperature that might
be required, either for a process or additional bearings or other. There are individual alarm, high alarm and trip configurations for this RTD. Trip voting has been added for extra reliability in the event of RTD malfunction. If enabled, a second RTD
must also exceed the trip temperature of the RTD being checked before a trip will be issued. If the RTD is chosen to vote
with itself, the voting feature is disabled. The RTD name may be changed if desired.
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4.9.5 RTD 12
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ RTD 12
ð
„ RTD #12
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð RTD #12 APPLICATION:
Range: Stator, Bearing, Ambient, Other, None
ESCAPE
Ambient
ESCAPE
RTD #12 NAME:
Range: 8 alphanumeric characters
RTD #12 ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #12 ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 60°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #12 HIGH ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
HIGH ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD #12 HIGH ALARM
TEMPERATURE: 60°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
RTD #12 ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
RTD #12 TRIP:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
RTD #12 TRIP VOTING:
RTD #12
Range: RTD #1 to RTD #12
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
RTD #12 TRIP
TEMPERATURE: 80°C
Range: 1 to 250°C in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
RTDs 12 defaults to "Ambient" RTD type. The Ambient selection allows the RTD to be used to monitor ambient temperature for input into the thermal model. This sensor is required for the Learned Cooling feature of the thermal model (see Section 4.6: S5 THERMAL MODEL on page 4–28). There are individual alarm, high alarm and trip configurations for this RTD.
Trip voting has been added for extra reliability in the event of RTD malfunction. If enabled, a second RTD must also exceed
the trip temperature of the RTD being checked before a trip will be issued. If the RTD is chosen to vote with itself, the voting
feature is disabled. The RTD name may be changed if desired.
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4.9.6 OPEN RTD SENSOR
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ OPEN RTD SENSOR
ð
„ OPEN RTD SENSOR
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð OPEN RTD SENSOR:
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
OPEN RTD SENSOR
ALARM EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
The 469 has an Open RTD Sensor alarm. This alarm will look at all RTDs that have either an alarm or trip programmed and
determine if an RTD connection has been broken. Any RTDs that do not have a trip or alarm associated with them will be
ignored for this feature. When a broken sensor is detected, the assigned output relay will operate and a message will
appear on the display identifying the RTD that is broken. It is recommended that if this feature is used, the alarm be programmed as latched so that intermittent RTDs are detected and corrective action may be taken.
4.9.7 RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP
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PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP
ð
„ RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP
ALARM EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
The 469 has an RTD Short/Low Temperature alarm. This alarm will look at all RTDs that have either an alarm or trip programmed and determine if an RTD has either a short or a very low temperature (less than –50°C). Any RTDs that do not
have a trip or alarm associated with them will be ignored for this feature. When a short/low temperature is detected, the
assigned output relay will operate and a message will appear on the display identifying the RTD that caused the alarm. It is
recommended that if this feature is used, the alarm be programmed as latched so that intermittent RTDs are detected and
corrective action may be taken.
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4.10S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS
4.10.1 UNDERVOLTAGE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS Ö UNDERVOLTAGE
ð
„ UNDERVOLTAGE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð U/V ACTIVE ONLY IF
Range: No, Yes
ESCAPE
BUS ENERGIZED: No
ESCAPE
UNDERVOLTAGE
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
UNDERVOLTAGE ALARM
PICKUP: 0.85 x RATED
Range: 0.60 to 0.99 x RATED in steps of 0.01
STARTING U/V ALARM
PICKUP: 0.85 x RATED
Range: Off, 0.60 to 0.99 x RATED in steps of 0.01
UNDERVOLTAGE ALARM
DELAY: 3.0 s
Range: 0.0 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
UNDERVOLTAGE ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
UNDERVOLTAGE
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP
MODE: 1-Phase
Range: 1-Phase, 3-Phase
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP
PICKUP: 0.80 x RATED
Range: 0.60 to 0.99 x RATED in steps of 0.01
STARTING U/V TRIP
PICKUP: 0.80 x RATED
Range: 0.60 to 0.99 x RATED in steps of 0.01
UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP
DELAY: 3.0 s
Range: 0.0 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
MESSAGE
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The U/V ACTIVE ONLY IF BUS ENERGIZED setpoint may be used to prevent nuisance alarms or trips when the bus is not energized. If this setpoint is programmed to “Yes”, at least one voltage must be greater than 20% of the nominal nameplate voltage rating for any alarm/trip. If the load is high inertia, it may be desirable to trip the motor off-line or prevent it from starting
in the event of a total loss of line voltage. Programming “No” for this setpoint ensures that the motor is tripped and may be
restarted only after the bus is re-energized.
If the undervoltage alarm feature is enabled, an alarm will occur once the magnitude of either Vab, Vbc, or Vca falls below
the pickup level while running or starting for a period of time specified by the delay (note that pickup levels are multiples of
motor nameplate voltage). The running pickup level also applies when the motor is stopped and the U/V ACTIVE ONLY IF BUS
ENERGIZED setpoint is programmed to “No”.
Undervoltage trips can be set for single-phase or three-phase conditions. If undervoltage tripping is enabled, and the UNDis set for “3-Phase”, a trip will occur only when the magnitude of all three phases falls below the
pickup level while running or starting for a period of time specified by the time delay. On the other hand, if undervoltage trip
is enabled, and the UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE is set for “1-Phase”, a trip will occur once the magnitude of either Vab, Vbc,
or Vca falls below the pickup level while running or starting for a period of time specified by the time delay. Note that pickup
levels are multiples of motor nameplate voltage. The running pickup level also applies when the motor is stopped, and the
U/V ACTIVE ONLY IF BUS ENERGIZED setpoint is programmed to “No”.
ERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE
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An undervoltage on a running motor with a constant load results in increased current. The relay thermal model typically
picks up this condition and provides adequate protection. However, this setpoint may be used in conjunction with the time
delay to provide additional protection that may be programmed for advance warning by tripping.
Attempting to start a large motor when the supply voltage is down may also be undesirable. An undervoltage of significant
proportion that persists while starting a motor may prevent the motor from reaching rated speed. This may be especially
critical for a synchronous motor. As such, this feature may be used in with a time delay to provide protection for undervoltage conditions before and during starting.
In the event of system problems causing asymmetrical voltage conditions where at least one voltage remains above
pickup, an Alarm condition will occur, indicating that the voltage on at least one phase is below acceptable levels. The trip
relay will not be energized unless the UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE is set to “1-Phase”. The factory default setting for UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE is “1-Phase”.
To prevent for nuisance undervoltage trips due to VT Fuse Failure, set the UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE to “3-Phase”. The
alarm relay will be energized in the event of a single-phase undervoltage, which can also be an indication of a potential VT
fuse failure. Typically a fuse failure is detected when there are significant levels of negative-sequence voltage, indicating
voltage unbalance due to the loss of one phase, without correspondingly significant levels of negative-sequence current,
indicating current unbalance, measured at the output CTs.
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If the conditions for Fuse Failure exist, an alarm will occur after a time delay due to an undervoltage condition in at least one
phase. If the motor is running, the voltage in the faulted phase will be zero, and the measured load current should not indicate a significant amount of negative or unbalance currents. Therefore the motor can be kept in service until the opportunity
to replace the faulty fuse is available.
If the alarm is caused by an abnormal system conditions, a significant amount of unbalance current will be present. If the
condition is not detected on time, the unbalance function or the underpower element will trip the motor.
NOTE
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Set UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE to “3-Phase”, when the setpoint S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING ÖØ
ENABLE SINGLE VT OPERATION is set to “On”. The relay assumes a balanced three phase system when fed from a
single VT.
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4.10.2 OVERVOLTAGE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS ÖØ OVERVOLTAGE
ð
„ OVERVOLTAGE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð OVERVOLTAGE
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
OVERVOLTAGE ALARM
PICKUP: 1.05 x RATED
Range: 1.01 to 1.10 x RATED in steps of 0.01
OVERVOLTAGE ALARM
DELAY: 3.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
OVERVOLTAGE ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
OVERVOLTAGE
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
OVERVOLTAGE TRIP
PICKUP: 1.10 x RATED
Range: 1.01 to 1.10 x RATED in steps of 0.01
OVERVOLTAGE TRIP
DELAY: 3.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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If enabled, once the magnitude of either Va, Vb, or Vc rises above the pickup level for a period of time specified by the
delay, a trip or alarm will occur (pickup levels are multiples of motor nameplate voltage).
An overvoltage on running motor with a constant load results in decreased current. However, iron and copper losses
increase, causing an increase in motor temperature. The current overload relay will not pickup this condition and provide
adequate protection. Therefore, the overvoltage element may be useful for protecting the motor in the event of a sustained
overvoltage condition.
4.10.3 PHASE REVERSAL
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS ÖØ PHASE REVERSAL
ð
„ PHASE REVERSAL
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð PHASE REVERSAL
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
TRIP: Off
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
The 469 can detect the phase rotation of the three phase voltage. If the Phase Reversal feature is turned on when all 3
phase voltages are greater than 50% motor nameplate voltage, and the phase rotation of the three phase voltages is not
the same as the setpoint, a trip and block start will occur in 500 to 700 ms.
This feature does not work when single VT operation is enabled.
NOTE
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4.10.4 FREQUENCY
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS ÖØ FREQUENCY
ð
„ FREQUENCY
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
OVER FREQUENCY
ALARM LEVEL: 60.50 Hz
Range: 25.01 to 70.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
UNDER FREQUENCY
ALARM LEVEL: 59.50 Hz
Range: 20.00 to 60.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
FREQUENCY ALARM
DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.0 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
FREQUENCY ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
FREQUENCY
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
OVER FREQUENCY
TRIP LEVEL: 60.50 Hz
Range: 25.01 to 70.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
UNDER FREQUENCY
TRIP LEVEL: 59.50 Hz
Range: 20.00 to 60.00 Hz in steps of 0.01
FREQUENCY
TRIP DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.0 to 60.0 s in steps of 0.1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
4
ð FREQUENCY
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Once the frequency of the phase AN or AB voltage (depending on wye or delta connection) is out of range of the overfrequency and underfrequency setpoints, a trip or alarm will occur.
This feature may be useful for load shedding applications on large motors. It could also be used to load shed an entire
feeder if the trip was assigned to an upstream breaker.
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4.11 S10 POWER ELEMENTS
4.11.1 POWER MEASUREMENT CONVENTIONS
By convention, an induction motor consumes Watts and vars. This condition is displayed on the 469 as +Watts and +vars.
A synchronous motor can consume Watts and vars or consume Watts and generate vars. These conditions are displayed
on the 469 as +Watts, +vars, and +Watts, –vars respectively (see the figure below).
^
I
1
4
^
I
2
^
I
3
^
I
4
Figure 4–15: POWER MEASUREMENT CONVENTIONS
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4.11.2 POWER FACTOR
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S10 POWER ELEMENTS Ö POWER FACTOR
ð
„ POWER FACTOR
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
FROM START: 1 s
ESCAPE
POWER FACTOR
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
POWER FACTOR LEAD
ALARM LEVEL: Off
Range: Off, 0.05 to 0.99 in steps of 0.01
POWER FACTOR LAG
ALARM LEVEL: Off
Range: Off, 0.05 to 0.99 in steps of 0.01
POWER FACTOR ALARM
DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
POWER FACTOR ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
POWER FACTOR
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
POWER FACTOR LEAD
TRIP LEVEL: Off
Range: Off, 0.05 to 0.99 in steps of 0.01
POWER FACTOR LAG
TRIP LEVEL: Off
Range: Off, 0.05 to 0.99 in steps of 0.01
POWER FACTOR TRIP
DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ð BLOCK PF ELEMENT
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
If the 469 is applied on a synchronous motor, it is desirable not to trip or alarm on power factor until the field has been
applied. Therefore, this feature can be blocked until the motor comes up to speed and the field is applied. From that point
forward, the power factor trip and alarm elements will be active. Once the power factor is less than either the Lead or Lag
level, for the specified delay, a trip or alarm will occur indicating a Lead or Lag condition. The power factor alarm can be
used to detect loss of excitation and out of step.
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4.11.3 REACTIVE POWER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S10 POWER ELEMENTS ÖØ REACTIVE POWER
ð
„ REACTIVE POWER
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð BLOCK kvar ELEMENT
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
ESCAPE
FROM START: 1 s
ESCAPE
REACTIVE POWER
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
POSITIVE kvar ALARM
LEVEL: 10 kvar
Range: 1 to 25000 kvar in steps of 1
NEGATIVE kvar ALARM
LEVEL: 10 kvar
Range: 1 to 25000 kvar in steps of 1
REACTIVE POWER ALARM
DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
REACTIVE POWER ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
REACTIVE POWER
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
POSITIVE kvar TRIP
LEVEL: 25 kvar
Range: 1 to 25000 kvar in steps of 1
NEGATIVE kvar TRIP
LEVEL: 25 kvar
Range: 1 to 25000 kvar in steps of 1
REACTIVE POWER TRIP
DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
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If the 469 is applied on a synchronous motor, it is desirable not to trip or alarm on kvar until the field has been applied.
Therefore, this feature can be blocked until the motor comes up to speed and the field is applied. From that point forward,
the kvar trip and alarm elements will be active. Once the kvar level exceeds either the positive or negative level, for the
specified delay, a trip or alarm will occur indicating a positive or negative kvar condition. The reactive power alarm can be
used to detect loss of excitation and out of step.
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4.11.4 UNDERPOWER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S10 POWER ELEMENTS ÖØ UNDERPOWER
ð
„ UNDERPOWER
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: 0 to 15000 s in steps of 1
FROM START: 0 s
ESCAPE
UNDERPOWER
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
UNDERPOWER ALARM
LEVEL: 2 kW
Range: 1 to 25000 kW in steps of 1
UNDERPOWER ALARM
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 30 s in steps of 1
UNDERPOWER ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
UNDERPOWER
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
UNDERPOWER TRIP
LEVEL: 1 kW
Range: 1 to 25000 kW in steps of 1
UNDERPOWER TRIP
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 30 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ð BLOCK UNDERPOWER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
If enabled, once the magnitude of 3Φ total power falls below the Pickup Level for a period of time specified by the Delay, a
trip or alarm will occur. The Underpower element is active only when the motor is running and will be blocked upon the initiation of a motor start for a period of time defined by the BLOCK ELEMENT FROM START setpoint (e.g. this block may be used
to allow pumps to build up head before the underpower element trips or alarms). A value of 0 means the feature is not
blocked from start. If a value other than 0 is entered, the feature will be disabled when the motor is stopped and also from
the time a start is detected until the time entered expires. The pickup level should be set lower than motor loading during
normal operations.
For example, underpower may be used to detect loss of load conditions. Loss of load conditions will not always cause a
significant loss of current. Power is a more accurate representation of loading and may be used for more sensitive detection of load loss or pump cavitation. This may be especially useful for detecting process related problems.
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4.11.5 REVERSE POWER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S10 POWER ELEMENTS ÖØ REVERSE POWER
ð
„ REVERSE POWER
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð BLOCK REVERSE POWER
Range: 0 to 50000 s in steps of 1
ESCAPE
FROM START: 0 s
ESCAPE
REVERSE POWER
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
REVERSE POWER ALARM
LEVEL: 2 kW
Range: 1 to 25000 kW in steps of 1
REVERSE POWER ALARM
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 0.1
REVERSE POWER ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
REVERSE POWER
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3,
Trip & Auxiliary3
REVERSE POWER TRIP
LEVEL: 1 kW
Range: 1 to 25000 kW in steps of 1
REVERSE POWER TRIP
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 0.2 to 30.0 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
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If enabled, once the magnitude of 3-phase total power exceeds the Pickup Level in the reverse direction (negative kW) for
a period of time specified by the Delay, a trip or alarm will occur.
NOTE
The minimum magnitude of power measurement is determined by the phase CT minimum of 5% rated CT primary.
If the level for reverse power is set below that level, a trip or alarm will only occur once the phase current exceeds
the 5% cutoff.
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4.11.6 TORQUE SETUP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S10 POWER ELEMENTS ÖØ TORQUE SETUP
ð
„ TORQUE SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: Disabled, Enabled
Disabled
ESCAPE
STATOR RESISTANCE:
0.004 mΩ
Range: 0.001 to 50.00 mΩ in steps of 0.001
POLE PAIRS:
2
Range: 2 to 128 in steps of 1
TORQUE UNIT:
Newton-meter
Range: Newton-meter, Foot-pound
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Before torque can be determined, the motor stator resistance and number of pole pairs must be entered here. The base
stator resistance can be determined from the motor’s rated voltage and current. Torque metering is intended for induction
motors only, and only positive torque is calculated. Please consult the motor specifications for the stator resistance and the
pole pairs.
The default unit for torque is the SI unit of Newton-meter (Nm). The torque unit is selectable to either Newton-meter or footpound.
1 Nm = 0.738 ft·lb.
NOTE
4.11.7 OVERTORQUE SETUP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S10 POWER ELEMENTS ÖØ OVERTORQUE SETUP
„ OVERTORQUE
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
4
ð TORQUE METERING
ESCAPE
ENTER
ð OVERTORQUE
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
TORQUE ALARM
LEVEL: 4000.0 Nm
Range: 1.0 to 999999.9 Nm (or ft·lb) in steps of 0.1
TORQUE ALARM
DELAY: 1.0 s
Range: 0.2 to 30 s in steps of 0.1
TORQUE ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Detection of a motor overtorque condition, usually done to protect devices driven by the motor, can be set up here. The
assigned relay activates when the torque measured exceeds the specified level for the specified time duration.
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4.12S11 MONITORING
4.12.1 TRIP COUNTER
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S11 MONITORING Ö TRIP COUNTER
ð
„ TRIP COUNTER
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð TRIP COUNTER
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ESCAPE
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
TRIP COUNTER ALARM
LEVEL: 25 Trips
Range: 1 to 50000 Trips in steps of 1
TRIP COUNTER ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
When the Trip Counter Limit is reached, an alarm will occur. The trip counter must be cleared or the alarm level raised and
the reset key must be pressed (if the alarm was latched) to reset the alarm.
For example, it might be useful to set a Trip Counter alarm at 100 so that if 100 trips occur, the resulting alarm prompts the
operator or supervisor to investigate the type of trips that occurred. A breakdown of trips by type may be found on A3 MAINTENANCE\TRIP COUNTERS. If a trend is detected, it would warrant further investigation.
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4.12.2 STARTER FAILURE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S11 MONITORING ELEMENTS ÖØ STARTER FAILURE
„ STARTER FAILURE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ALARM: Off
ESCAPE
STARTER TYPE:
Breaker
Range: Breaker, Contactor
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
STARTER FAILURE
DELAY: 100 ms
Range: 10 to 1000 ms in steps of 10
SUPERVISION OF TRIP
COIL: Disabled
Range: Disabled, 52 Closed, 52 Open/Closed
Seen only if STARTER TYPE is “Breaker”
STARTER FAILURE
ALARM EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
ð
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ð STARTER FAILURE
ESCAPE
If the STARTER FAILURE ALARM is set to "Latched" or "Unlatched", then the Starter Status input and motor current are monitored when the 469 initiates a trip. If the starter status contacts do not change state or motor current does not drop to zero
after the programmed time delay, an alarm occurs. The time delay should be slightly longer than the breaker or contactor
operating time. If an alarm occurs and "Breaker" was chosen as the starter type, the alarm will be Breaker Failure. If "Contactor" was chosen for starter type, the alarm will be Welded Contactor. Also, if the starter type chosen is "Breaker", Trip
Coil Supervision may be enabled.
•
If "52 Closed" is selected, the trip coil supervision circuitry monitors the trip coil circuit for continuity any time the starter
status input indicates that the breaker is closed or motor current is detected. If that continuity is broken, a Starter Failure alarm will indicate Trip Coil Supervision.
•
If "52 Open/Closed" is selected, the trip coil supervision circuitry monitors the trip coil circuit for continuity at all times,
regardless of breaker state. This requires an alternate path around the 52a contacts in series with the trip coil when the
breaker is open. See the following figure for modifications to the wiring and proper resistor selection. If that continuity is
broken, a Starter Failure alarm will indicate Trip Coil Supervision.
TRIP COIL
SUPERVISION
E11
R1 TRIP
CONTACT
E2
F11
F1
TRIP COIL
SUPERVISION
E11
R1 TRIP
CONTACT
E2
F11
F1
TRIP COIL
SUPERVISION
E11
R1 TRIP
CONTACT
E2
F11
F1
52a
TRIP
COIL
TRIP COIL CLOSED SUPERVISION
"52 Closed"
TRIP COIL
OPEN/CLOSED
SUPERVISION
"52 Open/Closed"
WITH MULTIPLE
BREAKER AUX
CONTACTS
52a
52a
TRIP
COIL
TRIP
COIL
52a
TRIP COIL OPEN/CLOSED SUPERVISION
"52 Open/Closed"
VALUE OF RESISTOR 'R'
808727A1.CDR
SUPPLY
OHMS
WATTS
48 VDC
10 K
2
125 VDC
25 K
5
250 VDC
50 K
5
Figure 4–16: TRIP COIL SUPERVISION
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4.12.3 CURRENT, KW, KVAR, AND KVA DEMAND
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S11 MONITORING ÖØ CURRENT DEMAND
ð
„ CURRENT DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
CURRENT DEMAND
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
Range: 10 to 100000 A in steps of 1
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ENTER
ð kW DEMAND
Range: On, Off
Range: 5 to 90 min. in steps of 1
ESCAPE
kW DEMAND
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
Range: 1 to 50000 kW in steps of 1
ð
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
kW DEMAND
LIMIT: 100 kW
kW DEMAND
ALARM EVENTS: Off
4
Range: On, Off
ð kvar DEMAND
Range: 5 to 90 min in steps of 1
ESCAPE
PERIOD: 15 min.
ESCAPE
kvar DEMAND
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
Range: 1 to 50000 kvar, step 1
ENTER
ð
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ENTER
kvar DEMAND
LIMIT: 100 kvar
kvar DEMAND
ALARM EVENTS: Off
ð kVA DEMAND
Range: On, Off
Range: 5 to 90 min. in steps of 1
ESCAPE
PERIOD: 15 min.
ESCAPE
kVA DEMAND
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
Range: 1 to 50000 kVA, step: 1
ð
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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CURRENT DEMAND
ALARM EVENTS: Off
PERIOD: 15 min.
MESSAGE
„ kVA DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
CURRENT DEMAND
LIMIT: 100 A
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
„ kvar DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
Range: 5 to 90 min. in steps of 1
PERIOD: 15 min.
MESSAGE
„ kW DEMAND
„ [ENTER] for more
ð CURRENT DEMAND
ESCAPE
kVA DEMAND
LIMIT: 100 kVA
kVA DEMAND
ALARM EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
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The 469 measures motor demand for several parameters (current, kW, kvar, and kVA). These values may be of interest for
energy management programs where processes may be altered or scheduled to reduce overall demand on a feeder.
Demand is calculated as follows. Every minute, an average magnitude is calculated for current, +kW, +kvar, and kVA based
on samples taken every 5 seconds. These values are stored in a FIFO (first in, first out) buffer. The buffer size is dictated by
the setpoint demand period. The average value of the buffer is calculated and stored as the new demand value every
minute. Demand for real and reactive power is only positive quantities (+kW and +kvar).
1
Demand = ---N
where:
N
∑
Average N
(EQ 4.12)
n=1
N = programmed demand period in minutes, n = time in minutes.
160
MAGNITUDE
140
4
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
t=0
t+10
t+20
t+30
t+40
t+50
t+60
t+70
TIME
t+80
t+90
t+100
808717A1.CDR
Figure 4–17: ROLLING DEMAND (15 MINUTE WINDOW)
4.12.4 PULSE OUTPUT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S11 MONITORING ÖØ PULSE OUTPUT
ð
„ PULSE OUTPUT
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð POS kWh PULSE OUTPUT
Range: Off, Alarm, Auxiliary2, Auxiliary3
ESCAPE
RELAY: Off
ESCAPE
POS kWh PULSE OUTPUT
INTERVAL: 1 kWh
Range: 1 to 50000 kWh in steps of 1
POS kvarh PULSE OUT
RELAY: Off
Range: Off, Alarm, Auxiliary2, Auxiliary3
POS kvarh PULSE OUT
INTERVAL: 1 kvarh
Range: 1 to 50000 kvarh in steps of 1
NEG kvarh PULSE OUT
RELAY: Off
Range: Off, Alarm, Auxiliary2, Auxiliary3
NEG kvarh PULSE OUT
INTERVAL: 1 kvarh
Range: 1 to 50000 kvarh in steps of 1
RUNNING TIME PULSE
RELAY: Off
Range: Off, Alarm, Auxiliary2, Auxiliary3
RUNNING TIME PULSE
INTERVAL: 0 s
Range: 1 to 50000 s in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
This feature configures one or more of the output relays as a pulsed output. When the programmed interval has transpired
the assigned relay will be activated for 1 second.
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This feature should be programmed such that no more than one pulse per second will be required or the pulsing will
lag behind the interval activation.
NOTE
4
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4.13S12 ANALOG I/O
4.13.1 ANALOG OUTPUTS 1 TO 4
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S12 ANALOG I/O Ö ANALOG OUTPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ANALOG OUTPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
THERM. CAPACITY USED
MIN: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
THERM. CAPACITY USED
MAX: 100%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ENTER
ESCAPE
MOTOR LOAD
MIN: 0.00 x FLA
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01
MOTOR LOAD
MAX: 1.50 x FLA
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01
ð
ESCAPE
ENTER
ð ANALOG OUTPUT 3:
Range: See Table 4–2: Analog Output Parameter
Selection Table.
ESCAPE
Hottest Stator RTD
ESCAPE
HOTTEST STATOR RTD
MIN: 0°C
Range: –50 to 250°C (or –58 to 482°F) in steps of 1
HOTTEST STATOR RTD
MAX: 250°C
Range: –50 to 250°C (or –58 to 482°F) in steps of 1
ð
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð
„ ANALOG OUTPUT 4
„ [ENTER] for more
Range: See Table 4–2: Analog Output Parameter
Selection Table.
Motor Load
MESSAGE
„ ANALOG OUTPUT 3
„ [ENTER] for more
ð ANALOG OUTPUT 2:
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
Range: See Table 4–2: Analog Output Parameter
Selection Table.
Therm. Capacity Used
MESSAGE
„ ANALOG OUTPUT 2
„ [ENTER] for more
ð ANALOG OUTPUT 1:
ESCAPE
ENTER
ð ANALOG OUTPUT 4:
Range: See Table 4–2: Analog Output Parameter
Selection Table.
ESCAPE
Real Power (kW)
ESCAPE
REAL POWER (kW)
MIN: 0 kW
Range: –50000 to 50000 kW in steps of 1
REAL POWER (kW)
MAX: 100 kW
Range: –50000 to 50000 kW in steps of 1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
The 469 has four analog output channels (4 to 20 mA or 0 to 1 mA as ordered). Each channel may be individually configured to represent a number of different measured parameters as shown in the table below. The minimum value programmed represents the 4 mA output. The maximum value programmed represents the 20 mA output. If the maximum is
programmed lower than the minimum, the output will function in reverse. All four of the outputs are updated once every
50 ms. Each parameter may only be used once.
For example, the analog output parameter may be chosen as "Hottest Stator RTD" for a 4 to 20 mA output. If the minimum
is set for "0°C" and the maximum is set for "250°C", the analog output channel will output 4 mA when the Hottest Stator
RTD temperature is at 0°C, 12 mA when it is 125°C, and 20 mA when it is 250°C.
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Table 4–2: ANALOG OUTPUT PARAMETER SELECTION TABLE
PARAMETER NAME
RANGE / UNITS
STEP
DEFAULT
MIN.
MAX
100
Phase A Current
0 to 100000 A
1
0
Phase B Current
0 to 100000 A
1
0
100
Phase C Current
0 to 100000 A
1
0
100
Avg. Phase Current
0 to 100000 A
1
0
100
AB Line Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
3200
4500
BC Line Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
3200
4500
CA Line Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
3200
4500
Avg. Line Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
3200
4500
Phase AN Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
1900
2500
Phase BN Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
1900
2500
Phase CN Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
1900
2500
Avg. Phase Voltage
50 to 20000 V
1
1900
2500
Hottest Stator RTD
–50 to +250°C or –58 to +482°F
1
0
200
Hottest Bearing RTD
–50 to +250°C or –58 to +482°F
1
0
200
Ambient RTD
–50 to +250°C or –58 to +482°F
1
-50
60
RTD #1 to 12
–50 to +250°C or –58 to +482°F
1
-50
250
Power Factor
0.01 to 1.00 lead/lag
0.01
0.8 lag
0.8 lead
Reactive Power
-50000 to 50000 kvar
1
0
750
Real Power
-50000 to 50000 kW
1
0
1000
0 to 50000 kVA
1
0
1250
100
Apparent Power
Thermal Capacity Used
0 to 100%
1
0
Relay Lockout Time
0 to 500 min.
1
0
150
Current Demand
0 to 100000 A
1
0
700
0 to 50000 kvar
1
0
1000
kW Demand
0 to 50000 kW
1
0
1250
kVA Demand
0 to 50000 kVA
1
0
1500
0.00 to 20.00 x FLA
0.01
0.00
1.25
–50000 to +50000
1
0
+50000
kvar Demand
Motor Load
Analog Inputs 1-4
Tachometer
100 to 7200 RPM
1
3500
3700
0.000 to 999999.999 MWhrs
0.001
50.000
100.000
Analog In Diff 1-2
–50000 to +50000
1
0
100
Analog In Diff 3-4
–50000 to +50000
1
0
100
0 to 999999.9
0.1
0
100
MWhrs
Torque
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4.13.2 ANALOG INPUTS 1 TO 4
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT 1(4)
ð
„ ANALOG INPUT 1
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: Disabled, 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA, 0-1 mA
Disabled
ESCAPE
ANALOG INPUT 1 NAME:
Analog I/P 1
Range: 12 alphanumeric characters
ANALOG INPUT 1 UNITS:
Units
Range: 6 alphanumeric characters
ANALOG INPUT 1
MINIMUM: 0
Range: –50000 to 50000 in steps of 1
ANALOG INPUT 1
MAXIMUM: 100
Range: –50000 to 50000 in steps of 1
ANALOG INPUT 1 BLOCK
FROM START: 0 s
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
ANALOG INPUT 1
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
ANALOG INPUT 1 ALARM
LEVEL: 10 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000 in steps of 1
Units reflect ANALOG INPUT 1 UNITS above
ANALOG INPUT 1 ALARM
PICKUP: Over
Range: Over, Under
ANALOG INPUT 1 ALARM
DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 s in steps of 0.1
ANALOG INPUT 1 ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
ANALOG INPUT 1
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3
Trip & Auxiliary3
ANALOG INPUT 1 TRIP
LEVEL: 20 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000 in steps of 1
Units reflect ANALOG INPUT 1 UNITS above
ANALOG INPUT 1 TRIP
PICKUP: Over
Range: Over, Under
ANALOG INPUT 1 TRIP
DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 s in steps of 0.1
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ð ANALOG INPUT 1:
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
There are 4 analog inputs, 4 to 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA, or 0 to 1 mA as selected. These inputs may be used to monitor transducers such as vibration monitors, tachometers, pressure transducers, etc. These inputs may be used for alarm and tripping purposes. The inputs are sampled every 50 ms. The level of the analog input is also available over the
communications port.
Before the input may be used, it must be configured. A name may be assigned for the input, units may be assigned, and a
minimum and maximum value may be assigned. Also, the trip and alarm features may be blocked from start for a specified
time delay. If the block time is 0, there is no block and the trip and alarm features will be active when the motor is stopped
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or running. If a time is programmed other than 0, the feature will be disabled when the motor is stopped and also from the
time a start is detected until the time entered expires. Once the input is setup, both the trip and alarm features may be configured. In addition to programming a level and time delay, the pickup setpoint may be used to dictate whether the feature
picks up when the measured value is over or under the level.
For example, if a pressure transducer is to be used for a pump application, program the following setpoints:
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 NAME: Pressure
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 UNITS: PSI
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 MINIMUM: 0
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 MAXIMUM: 500
If there is no pressure until the pump is up and running for 5 minutes and pressure builds up, program the ANALOG INPUT 1
as 6 minutes ("360 s"). The alarm may be fed back to a PLC for when pressure is under 300 PSI. Program a reasonable delay (e.g ANALOG INPUT ALARM 1 DELAY = "3 s") and ANALOG INPUT ALARM 1 PICKUP as "Under".
BLOCK FROM START
If a vibration transducer is to be used for a pump application, program the following setpoints:
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 NAME: Vibration
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 UNITS: mm/s
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 MINIMUM: 0
ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 MAXIMUM: 25
Program ANALOG INPUT 1/2/3/4 BLOCK FROM START as "0" minutes. Set the alarm for a reasonable level slightly higher than
the normal vibration level. Program a delay of "3 s" and a pickup value of "Over".
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4.13.3 ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG IN DIFF 1–2
ð
„ ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
Disabled
Range: Disabled, Enabled
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ESCAPE
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
NAME: Analog 1-2
Range: 12 alphanumeric characters
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
COMPARISON: % Diff
Range: % Diff, Abs. Diff
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
LOGIC: 1<>2
Range: 1<>2, 1>2, 2>1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
ACTIVE: Always
Range: Always, Start/Run
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
A/I DIFF 1-2 BLOCK
FROM START: 0 s
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
ALARM LEVEL: 10%
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
Range: 0 to 500% in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 / 2 are enabled and %Diff is set.
A/I DIFF 1-2 ALARM
LEVEL: 10 Units
Range: 0 to 50000 Units in steps of 1. Seen only if
Analog Inputs 1 / 2 enabled and Abs Diff is set.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
ALARM DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 s in steps of 0.1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3
Trip & Auxiliary3
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
TRIP LEVEL: 10%s
Range: 0 to 500% in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 / 2 are enabled and %Diff is set.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
TRIP LEVEL: 10 Units
Range: 0 to 50000 in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 / 2 enabled and Abs Diff is set.
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2
TRIP DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 s in steps of 0.1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ENTER
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
4
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2:
This feature compares two analog inputs and activate alarms or trips based on their difference, which can be an absolute
difference in units or a percentage difference. The second analog input (2 for 1-2) is used as the reference value for percentage calculations. The comparison logic can also be selected as one input greater than the other ("1>2") or vice versa
("2>1") or as absolute difference ("1<>2"). The compared analog inputs must be programmed with the same units type prior
to programming this feature.
For example, two motors on a dual motor drive are each protected a 469. The motors should be at the same power level
(kW). Connect the analog outputs (programmed for kW) from both relays to the analog inputs of one relay. Program the
analog input differential to monitor the two motors kW and trip at a predetermined level.
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4.13.4 ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG DIFF 3–4
ð
„ ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
Disabled
Range: Disabled, Enabled
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ESCAPE
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
NAME: Analog 3-4
Range: 12 alphanumeric characters
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
COMPARISON: % Diff
Range: % Diff, Abs. Diff
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
LOGIC: 3<>4
Range: 1<>2, 1>2, 2>1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
ACTIVE: Always
Range: Always, Start/Run
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
A/I DIFF 3-4 BLOCK
FROM START: 0 s
Range: 0 to 5000 s in steps of 1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
ALARM: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ASSIGN ALARM RELAYS:
Alarm
Range: Alarm, Alarm & Auxiliary2, Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3,
Alarm & Auxiliary3, Auxiliary2, Aux2 & Aux3,
Auxiliary3
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
ALARM LEVEL: 10%
Range: 0 to 500% in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled and % Diff is Set
A/I DIFF 3-4 ALARM
LEVEL: 10 Units
Range: 0 to 50000 in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled and Abs Diff is Set
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
ALARM DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 s in steps of 0.1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
TRIP: Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS:
Trip
Range: Trip, Trip & Auxiliary2, Trip & Aux2 & Aux3, Trip &
Auxiliary3. Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are
enabled.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
TRIP LEVEL: 10%
Range: 0 to 500% in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled and % Diff is set.
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
TRIP LEVEL: 10 Units
Range: 0 to 50000 in steps of 1. Seen only if Analog
Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled and Abs Diff is Set
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4
TRIP DELAY: 0.1 s
Range: 0.1 to 300.0 s in steps of 0.1
Seen only if Analog Inputs 1 and 2 are enabled.
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ð ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4:
This feature compares two of the analog inputs and activate alarms or trips based on the difference between them. The difference can be of an absolute difference in units or a percentage difference. The second analog input (4 for 3-4) is used as
the reference value for percentage calculations. The comparison logic can also be selected as one input greater than the
other ("3>4") or vice versa ("4>3") or as absolute difference ("3<>4"). Note that the compared analog inputs must be programmed with the same unit type prior to using this feature.
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4.14 S13 469 TESTING
4 SETPOINTS
4.14S13 469 TESTING
4.14.1 SIMULATION MODE
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING Ö SIMULATION MODE
ð
„ SIMULATION MODE
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
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ð SIMULATION MODE:
Off
PRE-FAULT TO FAULT
TIME DELAY: 15 s
Range: Off, Simulate Pre-Fault, Simulate Fault, Pre-Fault
to Fault
Range: 0 to 300 s in steps of 1
The 469 may be placed in several simulation modes. This simulation may be useful for several purposes.
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First, it may be used to understand the operation of the 469 for learning or training purposes.
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Second, simulation may be used during startup to verify that control circuitry operates as it should in the event of a trip,
alarm, or block start.
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In addition, simulation may be used to verify that setpoints had been set properly in the event of fault conditions.
Simulation mode may be entered only if the motor is stopped and there are no trips, alarms, or block starts active. The values entered as Pre-Fault Values will be substituted for the measured values in the 469 when the simulation mode is "Simulate Pre-Fault". The values entered as Fault Values will be substituted for the measured values in the 469 when the
simulation mode is "Simulate Fault". If the simulation mode: Pre-Fault to Fault is selected, the Pre-Fault values will be substituted for the period of time specified by the delay, followed by the Fault values. If a trip occurs, simulation mode will revert
to Off. Selecting "Off" for the simulation mode will place the 469 back in service. If the 469 measures phase current or control power is cycled, simulation mode will automatically revert to Off.
If the 469 is to be used for training, it might be desirable to allow all learned parameters, statistical information, and event
recording to update when operating in simulation mode. If however, the 469 has been installed and will remain installed on
a specific motor, it might be desirable to short the 469 Test input (C3 and C4) to prevent all of this data from being corrupted
or updated. In any case, when in simulation mode, the 469 in Service LED (indicator) will flash, indicating that the 469 is not
in protection mode.
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4.14 S13 469 TESTING
4.14.2 PRE-FAULT SETUP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING ÖØ PRE-FAULT SETUP
ð
„ PRE-FAULT SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð PRE-FAULT CURRENT
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
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PHASE A: 0.00 x CT
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PRE-FAULT CURRENT
PHASE B: 0.00 x CT
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
PRE-FAULT CURRENT
PHASE C: 0.00 x CT
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
PRE-FAULT GROUND
CURRENT: 0.0 A
Range: 0.0 to 5000.0 A in steps of 0.1
PRE-FAULT VOLTAGES
VLINE: 1.00 x RATED
Range: 0.00 to 1.10 x RATED in steps of 0.01
PRE-FAULT CURRENT
LAGS VOLTAGE: 0°
Range: 0 to 359° in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT DIFF AMPS
IDIFF: 0.00 x CT
Range: 0.00 to 1.10 x RATED in steps of 0.01
PRE-FAULT STATOR
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT BEARING
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT OTHER
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT AMBIENT
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT SYSTEM
FREQUENCY: 60.0 Hz
Range: 45.0 to 70.0 Hz in steps of 0.1
PRE-FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 1: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 2: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 3: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
PRE-FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 4: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
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The values entered under Pre-Fault Values will be substituted for the measured values in the 469 when the simulation
mode is "Simulate Pre-Fault".
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4 SETPOINTS
4.14.3 FAULT SETUP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING ÖØ FAULT SETUP
ð
„ FAULT SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
PHASE A: 0.00 x CT
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FAULT CURRENT
PHASE B: 0.00 x CT
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
FAULT CURRENT
PHASE C: 0.00 x CT
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x CT in steps of 0.01
FAULT GROUND
CURRENT: 0.0 A
Range: 0.0 to 5000.0 A in steps of 0.1
FAULT VOLTAGES
VLINE: 1.00 x RATED
Range: 0.00 to 1.10 x RATED in steps of 0.01
FAULT CURRENT
LAGS VOLTAGE: 0°
Range: 0 to 359° in steps of 1
FAULT DIFF AMPS
IDIFF: 0.00 x CT
Range: 0.00 to 1.10 x RATED in steps of 0.01
FAULT STATOR
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
FAULT BEARING
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
FAULT OTHER
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
FAULT AMBIENT
RTD TEMP: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C in steps of 1
FAULT SYSTEM
FREQUENCY: 60.0 Hz
Range: 45.0 to 70.0 Hz in steps of 0.1
FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 1: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 2: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 3: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
FAULT ANALOG
INPUT 4: 0%
Range: 0 to 100% in steps of 1
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4
ð FAULT CURRENT
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The values entered under Fault Values will be substituted for the measured values in the 469 when the simulation mode is
"Simulate Fault".
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4.14 S13 469 TESTING
4.14.4 TEST OUTPUT RELAYS
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING ÖØ TEST OUTPUT RELAYS
ð
„ TEST OUTPUT RELAYS
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð FORCE OPERATION OF
RELAYS: Disabled
ESCAPE
Range: Disabled, R1 Trip, R2 Auxiliary, R3 Auxiliary, R4
Alarm, R5 Block, R6 Service, All Relays, No
Relays
In addition to the simulation modes, the TEST OUTPUT RELAYS setpoint group may be used during startup or testing to verify
that the output relays are functioning correctly.
The output relays can only be forced to operate only if the motor is stopped and there are no trips, alarms, or start blocks
active. If any relay is forced to operate, the relay will toggle from its normal state when there are no trips, alarms, or blocks
to its active state. The appropriate relay indicator will illuminate at that time. Selecting "Disabled" places the output relays
back in service. If the 469 measures phase current or control power is cycled, the FORCE OPERATION OF RELAYS setpoint
will automatically become disabled and the output relays will revert back to their normal states.
If any relay is forced, the 469 In Service LED will flash, indicating that the 469 is not in protection mode.
4.14.5 TEST ANALOG OUTPUT
4
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING ÖØ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT
ð
„ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
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ð
FORCE ANALOG OUTPUTS
FUNCTION: Disabled
Range: Enabled, Disabled
ANALOG OUTPUT 1
FORCED VALUE: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%, step 1
ANALOG OUTPUT 2
FORCED VALUE: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%, step 1
ANALOG OUTPUT 3
FORCED VALUE: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%, step 1
ANALOG OUTPUT 4
FORCED VALUE: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%, step 1
In addition to the simulation modes, the TEST ANALOG OUTPUT setpoint group may be used during startup or testing to verify
that the analog outputs are functioning correctly.
The analog outputs can only be forced if the motor is stopped and there are no trips, alarms, or start blocks active. When
the FORCE ANALOG OUTPUTS FUNCTION is "Enabled", the output reflects the forced value as a percentage of the 4 to 20 mA
or 0 to 1 mA range. Selecting "Disabled" places all four analog output channels back in service, reflecting the parameters
programmed to each. If the 469 measures phase current or control power is cycled, the FORCE ANALOG OUTPUTS FUNCTION
is automatically disabled and all analog outputs revert back to their normal state.
Any time the analog outputs are forced, the 469 In Service LED will flash, indicating that the 469 is not in protection mode.
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4.14 S13 469 TESTING
4 SETPOINTS
4.14.6 COMM PORT MONITOR
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING ÖØ COMM PORT MONITOR
ð
„ COMM PORT MONITOR
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
Range: Computer RS485, Auxiliary RS485, Front Panel
RS232
Computer RS485
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CLEAR COMM.
BUFFERS: No
Range: No, Yes
LAST Rx BUFFER:
Received OK
Range: Buffer Cleared, Received OK, Wrong Slave
Addr., Illegal Function, Illegal Count, Illegal Reg.
Addr., CRC Error, Illegal Data
Rx1: 02,03,00,67,00,
03,B4,27,//-----------
Range: received data in HEX
Rx2: --------------------------------------
Range: received data in HEX
Tx1: 02,03,06,00,64,
00,0A,00,0F//---------
Range: received data in HEX
Tx2: --------------------------------------
Range: received data in HEX
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ð MONITOR COMM. PORT:
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During the course of troubleshooting communications problems, it can be very useful to see the data that is first being
transmitted to the 469 from some master device, and then see the data that the 469 transmits back to that master device.
The messages shown here should make it possible to view that data. Any of the three communications ports may be monitored. After the communication buffers have been cleared, any data received from the communications port being monitored will be stored in the Rx1 and Rx2 buffers with ‘//’ acting as a character break between messages. If the 469 transmits
a message, it will appear in the Tx1 and Tx2 buffers. In addition to these buffers, there is a message that will indicate the
status of the last received message.
4.14.7 GEPM USE ONLY
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S13 469 TESTING ÖØ GEPM USE ONLY
ð
„ GEPM USE ONLY
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
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ð GEPM USE ONLY
Range: N/A
CODE: 0
This section is for use by GE Multilin personnel for testing and calibration purposes.
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4 SETPOINTS
4.15 S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR
4.15S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR
4.15.1 DESCRIPTION
The two-speed motor feature provides proper protection for a two-speed motor where there will be two different full load
values. The algorithm integrates the heating at each speed into one thermal model using a common thermal capacity used
register value for both speeds.
If the two-speed motor feature is used, Assignable Input 4 is dedicated as the two-speed motor monitor and terminals D22
and D23 are monitored for a contact closure. Contact closure signifies that the motor is in Speed 2; if the input is open, it
signifies that the motor is in Speed 1. This allows the 469 to determine which setpoints should be active at any given point
in time. Two-speed motor protection is enabled with the S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ ENABLE 2-SPEED
MOTOR PROTECTION setpoint.
4.15.2 SPEED 2 O/L SETUP
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR Ö SPEED 2 O/L SETUP
ð
„ SPEED 2 O/L SETUP
„ [ENTER] for more
ESCAPE
CURVE NUMBER: 4
Range: 1 to 15 in steps of 1
Seen only if Standard Curve Style is selected.
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SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.01 x FLA: 17414.5 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.05 x FLA: 3414.9 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.10 x FLA: 1666.7 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.20 x FLA: 795.4 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.30 x FLA: 507.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.40 x FLA: 364.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.50 x FLA: 280.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
1.75 x FLA: 169.7 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
2.00 x FLA: 116.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
2.25 x FLA: 86.1 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
2.50 x FLA: 66.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
2.75 x FLA: 53.3 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
3.00 x FLA: 43.7 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
3.25 x FLA: 36.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
3.50 x FLA: 31.1 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
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ð SPEED2 STANDARD
469 Motor Management Relay
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4.15 S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR
4 SETPOINTS
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SPEED2 TRIP AT
3.75 x FLA: 26.8 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
4.00 x FLA: 23.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
4.25 x FLA: 20.5 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
4.50 x FLA: 18.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
4.75 x FLA: 16.2 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
5.00 x FLA: 14.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
5.50 x FLA: 12.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
6.00 x FLA: 10.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
6.50 x FLA: 8.5 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
7.00 x FLA: 7.3 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
10.0 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
15.0 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 TRIP AT
20.0 x FLA: 5.6 s
Range: 0.5 to 99999.9 in steps of 0.1. Cannot be altered
if Standard Curve Style is selected.
SPEED2 MIN ALLOWABLE
LINE VOLTAGE: 80%
Range: 70 to 95% in steps of 1. Seen only if Voltage
Dependent Curve Style is selected
SPEED2 ISTALL @ MIN
Vline: 4.80 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to 15.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01. Seen only if
Voltage Dependent Curve Style is selected
SPEED2 SAFE STALL @
MIN Vline: 20.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Seen only if Voltage
Dependent Curve Style is selected
Range: 2.00 to ISTALL@MIN_VLINE x FLA in steps of
SPEED2 ACL INTERSECT
0.01. Seen only if Voltage Dependent Curve
@ MIN Vline: 3.80 x FLA
Style is selected
SPEED2 ISTALL @ 100%
Vline: 6.00 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to 15.00 x FLA in steps of 0.01. Seen only if
Voltage Dependent Curve Style is selected
SPEED2 SAFE STALL @
100% Vline: 10.0 s
Range: 0.5 to 999.9 s in steps of 0.1. Seen only if Voltage
Dependent Curve Style is selected
SPEED 2 ACL INTERSECT
@100% Vlin: 5.00 x FLA
Range: 2.00 to ISTALL@MIN_VLINE x FLA in steps of
0.01. Seen only if Voltage Dependent Curve
Style is selected
All the Thermal Model parameters set for Speed 1 will be identical for Speed 2. A second overload curve setup may be programmed here for Speed 2, High Speed.
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4.15 S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR
4.15.3 SPEED 2 UNDERCURRENT
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR ÖØ SPEED2 U/C
ð
„ SPEED2 U/C
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð BLOCK SPEED2 U/C
Range: 0 to 15000 s in steps of 1
ESCAPE
FROM START: 0 s
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SPEED2 U/C ALARM:
Off
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
SPEED2 U/C ALARM
PICKUP: 0.70 x FLA
Range: 0.10 to 0.95 x FLA in steps of 0.01
SPEED2 U/C ALARM
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1
SPEED2 U/C ALARM
EVENTS: Off
Range: On, Off
SPEED2 U/C
TRIP: 0ff
Range: Off, Latched, Unlatched
SPEED2 U/C TRIP
PICKUP: 0.70 x FLA
Range: 0.10 to 0.99 x FLA in steps of 0.01
SPEED2 U/C TRIP
DELAY: 1 s
Range: 1 to 60 s in steps of 1
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The addition of a second Undercurrent trip or alarm level may be useful as it will indicate if the wrong setpoints are being
used for the wrong speed i.e. normal running current for Speed 2 may be undercurrent for Speed 1.
4.15.4 SPEED 2 ACCELERATION
PATH: SETPOINTS ÖØ S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR ÖØ SPEED2 ACCEL.
ð
„ SPEED2 ACCEL.
„ [ENTER] for more
ð SPEED2 ACCEL. TIMER
Range: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1
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FROM START: 10.0 s
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ACCEL. TIMER FROM
SPEED1-2: 10.0 s
Range: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1
SPEED SWITCH TRIP
SPEED2 DELAY: 5.0 s
Range: 1.0 to 250.0 s in steps of 0.1. Seen only if one of
the digital inputs is assigned as Speed Switch
SPEED2 RATED SPEED:
3600 RPM
Range: 100 to 7200 RPM in steps of 0.1. Seen only if
one of the digital inputs is assigned as
Tachometer.
ENTER
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Two additional acceleration timers are provided for the two speed motor feature. One timer is for a start in Speed 2 from a
stopped condition. The other is an acceleration timer for the transition from Speed 1 to Speed 2. Also, while the motor is
running, the 469 will ignore Mechanical Jam protection during the acceleration from Speed 1 to Speed 2 until the motor current has dropped below Speed 2 FLA × Overload Pickup value, or the Speed 1-2 acceleration time has expired. At that
point in time, the Mechanical Jam feature will be enabled with the Speed 2 FLA
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4 SETPOINTS
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5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.1 OVERVIEW
5 ACTUAL VALUES 5.1OVERVIEW
ð
„„ A1 ACTUAL VALUES
„„ STATUS
ENTER
5.1.1 ACTUAL VALUES MESSAGE MAP
ð
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„ MOTOR STATUS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–3.
„ LAST TRIP DATA
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–3.
„ ALARM STATUS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–5.
„ START BLOCKS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–7.
„ DIGITAL INPUTS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–8.
„ REAL TIME CLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–8.
„ CURRENT METERING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–9.
„ TEMPERATURE
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–10.
„ VOLTAGE METERING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–11.
„ SPEED
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–11.
„ POWER METERING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–12.
„ DEMAND METERING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–13.
„ ANALOG INPUTS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–13.
„ PHASORS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–14.
„ MOTOR STARTING
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–16.
„ AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–16.
„ RTD MAXIMUMS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–17.
„ ANALOG IN MIN/MAX
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–18.
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ð
„„ A2 ACTUAL VALUES
„„ METERING DATA
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ð
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ð
„„ A3 ACTUAL VALUES
„„ LEARNED DATA
ENTER
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ð
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5.1 OVERVIEW
ð
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„„ MAINTENANCE
5 ACTUAL VALUES
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ð
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„ TRIP COUNTERS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–19.
„ GENERAL COUNTERS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–20.
„ TIMERS
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–21.
„ [ENTER] EVENT 01
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–22.
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ð
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„„ EVENT RECORD
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ð
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„ [ENTER] EVENT 02
„ [ENTER] for more
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↓
„ [ENTER] EVENT 40
„ [ENTER] for more
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ð
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„„ PRODUCT INFO
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ð
„ 469 MODEL INFO.
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–24.
„ CALIBRATION INFO.
„ [ENTER] for more
See page 5–24.
5.1.2 DESCRIPTION
Measured values, maintenance and fault analysis information are accessed in Actual Value mode. Actual values may be
accessed via one of the following methods:
1.
The front panel, using the keys and display.
2.
The front program port and a portable computer running the 469PC software supplied with the relay.
3.
The rear terminal RS485 port and a PLC/SCADA system running user-written software.
Any of these methods can be used to view the same information. A computer makes viewing much more convenient, since
many variables may be viewed at the same time. Actual value messages are organized into logical groups, or pages, for
easy reference. All actual value messages are illustrated and described in blocks throughout this chapter. All values shown
in these message illustrations assume that no inputs (besides control power) are connected to the 469.
In addition to the actual value messages, there are also diagnostic messages and flash messages that appear when certain conditions occur. Diagnostic messages are described in Section 5.8.1: Diagnostic Messages on page 5–25. Flash
messages are described in Section 5.8.2: Flash Messages on page 5–26.
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5.2 A1 STATUS
5.2A1 STATUS
5.2.1 MOTOR STATUS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS Ö MOTOR STATUS
ð
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ð MOTOR STATUS:
Range: Tripped, Stopped, Starting, Running, Overload
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MOTOR THERMAL
CAPACITY USED: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%
ESTIMATED TRIP TIME
ON OVERLOAD: Never
Range: 0 to 10000 sec., Never
MOTOR SPEED:
Low Speed
Range: HIgh Speed, Low Speed
Seen only if Two Speed Motor feature is enabled
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These messages describe the motor status at any given point in time. If the motor has been tripped and the 469 has not yet
been reset, the MOTOR STATUS value will be "Tripped". The MOTOR THERMAL CAPACITY USED reflects an integrated value of
both the Stator and Rotor Thermal Capacity Used. The values for ESTIMATED TRIP TIME ON OVERLOAD appear whenever the
469 picks up on the overload curve.
5.2.2 LAST TRIP DATA
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS ÖØ LAST TRIP DATA
ð
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Range: No Trip to Date, Incomplete Sequence,
Remote Trip, Speed Switch, Load Shed,
Pressure Switch, Vibration Switch, General
Sw, Overload, Short Circuit, Mechanical Jam,
Undercurrent, Current Unbalance, Ground
Fault, Phase Differential, Acceleration,
Tachometer, RTD #1 to #12, Undercurrent,
Overvoltage, Phase Reversal, Frequency,
Reactive Power, Power Factor, Underpower,
Analog Inputs 1 to 4
No Trip to Date
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TIME OF LAST TRIP:
09:00:00.00
Range: hour:min:sec
DATE OF LAST TRIP:
Jan 01 1995
Range: Month Day Year
MOTOR SPEED DURING
TRIP: Low Speed
Range: High Speed, Low Speed
Seen only if Two-Speed Motor is enabled
TACHOMETER
PRETRIP: 3600 RPM
Range: 0 to 3600 RPM. Seen only if an Assignable
Digital Input is programmed as Tachometer.
A:
C:
Range: 0 to 100000 A
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ð CAUSE OF LAST TRIP:
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0
0
B:
0
A PreTrip
MOTOR LOAD:
0.00 x FLA PreTrip
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x FLA
CURRENT UNBALANCE
PRETRIP: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%
GROUND CURRENT
PRETRIP: 0.00 Amps
Range: 0.0 to 5000.0 A
A:
C:
Range: 0 to 5000 A. Not seen if Differential CT is
programmed as None
0
0
B:
0
A Diff.PreTrip
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HOTTEST STATOR RTD
RTD #1: 0°C PreTrip
Range: –50 to 250°C. Seen only if at least 1 RTD
programmed as Stator
HOTTEST STATOR RTD
RTD #7: 0°C PreTrip
Range: –50 to 250°C. Seen only if at least 1 RTD
programmed as Bearing
HOTTEST STATOR RTD
RTD #11: 0°C PreTrip
Range: –50 to 250°C. Seen only if at least 1 RTD
programmed as Other
AMBIENT RTD
RTD#12: 0°C PreTrip
Range: –50 to 250°C. Seen only if at least 1 RTD
programmed as Ambient
Vab:
Vca:
0
0
Vbc:
0 Range: 0 to 20000 V. Not seen if VT Connection is
programmed as None
V PreTrip
Van:
Vcn:
0
0
Vbn:
0 Range: 0 to 20000 V. Not seen if VT Connection is
programmed as Wye
V PreTrip
PRETRIP SYSTEM
FREQUENCY: 0.00 Hz
0 kW
0 kvar
0 kVA
PreTrip
Range: 0.00, 20.00 to 120.00 Hz. Not seen if VT
Connection is programmed as None
Range: –50000 to 50000 kVA. Not seen if VT
Connection is programmed as None
POWER FACTOR
PreTrip: 0.00
Range: 0.01 to 0.99 Lead or Lag, 0.00, 1.00. Not seen
if VT Connection is programmed as None
ANALOG INPUT 1
PreTrip: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000. Not seen if VT Connection
is programmed as None
ANALOG INPUT 2
PreTrip: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000. Not seen if VT Connection
is programmed as None
ANALOG INPUT 3
PreTrip: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000. Not seen if VT Connection
is programmed as None
ANALOG INPUT 4
PreTrip: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000. Not seen if VT Connection
is programmed as None
Immediately prior to issuing a trip, the 469 takes a snapshot of motor parameters and stores them as pre-trip values that
allow for troubleshooting after the trip occurs. The CAUSE OF LAST TRIP message is updated with the current trip and the
screen defaults to that message. All trip features are automatically logged as date and time stamped events as they occur.
This information may include motor speed (2-Speed feature or Assignable Digital Input), phase and ground currents, RTD
temperatures, voltages, frequency, power quantities, and analog inputs. This information can be cleared using the S1 469
SETUP ÖØ CLEAR DATA ÖØ CLEAR TRIP COUNTERS setpoint.
NOTE
5-4
Phase, differential, and ground currents are recorded 1 cycle prior to the trip. All other pre-trip data is recorded
50 ms prior to the trip. Thus some values will not be recorded upon instantaneous trips during a start if the trip is
less than 50 ms.
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5.2 A1 STATUS
5.2.3 ALARM STATUS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS ÖØ ALARM STATUS
ð
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Range: N/A
Message seen when no alarms are active
REMOTE ALARM
STATUS: Active
Range: Active, Latched. The first line of this message
reflects the Switch Name as programmed. The
status is Active if the condition that caused the
alarm is still present
PRESSURE SWITCH
ALARM STATUS: Active
Range: Active, Latched. Status is Active if condition
causing the Alarm still present
VIBRATION SWITCH
ALARM STATUS: Active
Range: Active, Latched. Status is Active if condition
causing the Alarm still present
DIG. COUNTER ALARM:
1 000 000 000 Units
Range: 1 to 9999999999
Displays current value of digital counter
TACHOMETER
ALARM: 3000 RPM
Range: 0 to 3600 RPM
Displays current Tachometer Digital Input value
GENERAL SW. A
ALARM STATUS: Active
Range: Active, Latched. The first line of this message
reflects the Switch Name as programmed. The
status is Active if the condition that caused the
alarm is still present
THERMAL CAPACITY
ALARM: 100% USED
Range: 1 to 100
Thermal Capacity Used value is shown here
XX.XX x FLA OVERLOAD
TIME TO TRIP: XXXXX s
Range: 0 to 99999 sec.
Displays overload level and estimated time to trip
UNDERCURRENT ALARM
Ia = 85 A
85% FLA
Range: 1 to 5000 A; 5 to 99% FLA
Value of lowest phase current is shown here
CURRENT UNBALANCE
ALARM: 15%
Range: 0 to 100%
Reflects the present unbalance level
GROUND FAULT
ALARM: 25.3 A
Range: 0.1 to 5000 A
Reflects the present ground current level
STATOR RTD #1
ALARM: 135°C
Range: –50 to 250°C. The first line of this alarm message
reflects the RTD Name as programmed. Reflects
present RTD temperature
OPEN SENSOR ALARM:
RTD # 1 2 3 4 5 6...
Range: the RTD number with the open sensor as
programmed for RTDs 1 to 12
SHORT/LOW TEMP ALARM
RTD # 7 8 9 10 11...
Range: 1 to 12
Shows RTD with the short/low temperature alarm
UNDERVOLTAGE ALARM
Vab= 3245 V 78% Rated
Range: 0 to 20000 V; 50 to 99% of Rated
Value of lowest line-to-line voltage is shown here
OVERVOLTAGE ALARM
Vab= 4992 V 120%
Range: 0 to 20000 V; 101 to 150% of Rated
Value of lowest line-to-line voltage is shown here
SYSTEM FREQUENCY
ALARM: 59.4 Hz
Range: 0.00, 20.00 to 120.00 Hz
System voltage frequency value is shown here
POWER FACTOR
ALARM
PF: 0.00
Range: 0.00 to 0.99 Lead or Lag, 0.00, 1.00
Current Power Factor is shown here
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REACTIVE POWER
ALARM: +2000 kvar
Range: –50000 to +50000 kvar
Current kvar value is shown here
UNDERPOWER
ALARM: 200 kW
Range: –50000 to +50000 kW
Current kW value is shown here
TRIP COUNTER
ALARM: 25 Trips
Range: 1 to 10000 Trips
Total number of motor trips is displayed here
STARTER FAILURE:
Trip Coil Super
Range: Trip Coil Super, Welded Contactor, Breaker
Failure. The type of failure is displayed here
CURRENT DEMAND
ALARM: 1053 A
Range: 1 to 10000 A
Displays the current Running Current Demand
kW DEMAND
ALARM: 505 kW
Range: –50000 to +50000 kW
Current Running kW Demand is shown here
kvar DEMAND
ALARM: –2000 kvar
Range: –50000 to +50000 kvar
Current Running kvar Demand is shown here
kVA DEMAND
ALARM: 2062 kVA
Range: 0 to 50000 kVA
Current Running kVA Demand is shown here
ANALOG I/P 1
ALARM: 201 Units
Range: –50000 to +50000. Reflects the Analog Input
Name as programmed. The Analog Input level is
shown here.
EMERGENCY RESTART:
Trip Still Present
Range: Trip Still Present, Block Still Present,
No Trips & No Blocks
ALARM, 469 NOT
INSERTED PROPERLY
Range: If the 469 chassis is only partially engaged with
the case, this service alarm appears after 1 sec.
Secure the chassis handle to ensure that all
contacts mate properly
469 NOT IN SERVICE
Not Programmed
Range: Not Programmed, Output Relays Forced, Analog
Output Forced, Test Switch Shorted
RTD #1
HI ALARM:
Range: 1 to 250°C. Similar Hi Alarms will occur for other
RTDs. The message reflects the Alarm Name as
programmed
135°C
ANALOG 1-2
ALARM:
50%
ANALOG 3-4
ALARM:
50%
OVERTORQUE
ALARM:
0.00
Range: 0 to 999 (% Diff) or 0 to 99999 (Abs Diff)
The alarm message reflects the Alarm Name as
programmed
Range: 0 to 999 (% Diff) or 0 to 99999 (Abs Diff)
The alarm message reflects the Alarm Name as
programmed
Range: 0.00 to 999999.9 Nm
Any active alarms may be viewed here.
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5.2 A1 STATUS
5.2.4 START BLOCKS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS ÖØ START BLOCKS
ð
„ START BLOCKS
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ACTIVE
Range: N/A
Message seen when no start blocks are active
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OVERLOAD LOCKOUT
BLOCK: 25 min.
Range: 0 to 500 min.
Message seen only after an overload trip
START INHIBIT BLOCK
LOCKOUT TIME: 20 min.
Range: 0 to 500 min.
STARTS/HOUR BLOCK
LOCKOUT TIME: 20 min.
Range: 0 to 60 min.
TIME BETWEEN STARTS
LOCKOUT TIME: 20 min.
Range: 0 to 500 min.
RESTART BLOCK
LOCKOUT: 1200 s
Range: 0 to 50000 sec.
WARNING
469 NOT PROGRAMMED
Range: N/A. Seen only if Phase CT Primary and Motor
FLA not programmed
ENTER
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ð NO START BLOCKS
Any active blocking functions may be viewed here.
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5.2 A1 STATUS
5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.2.5 DIGITAL INPUTS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS ÖØ DIGITAL INPUTS
ð
„ DIGITAL INPUTS
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ENTER
Range: Open, Shorted
SWITCH STATE: Open
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TEST
SWITCH STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
STARTER STATUS
SWITCH STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
EMERGENCY RESTART
SWITCH STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
REMOTE RESET
SWITCH STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL
INPUT1 STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL
INPUT2 STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL
INPUT3 STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL
INPUT4 STATE: Open
Range: Open, Shorted
TRIP COIL
SUPERVISION: No Coil
Range: Coil, No Coil
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ð ACCESS
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The messages shown here may be used to monitor Digital Input status. This may be useful during relay testing or during
installation.
Digital Input states will read as shorted if assigned as a tachometer.
NOTE
5.2.6 REAL TIME CLOCK
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS ÖØ REAL TIME CLOCK
ð
„ REAL TIME CLOCK
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
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ð DATE: 01/01/1994
Range: 01 to 12 / 01 to 31 / 1995 to 2094
TIME: 12:00:00
The time and date from the 469 real time clock may be viewed here.
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5.3 A2 METERING DATA
5.3A2 METERING DATA
5.3.1 CURRENT METERING
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
ð
„ CURRENT METERING
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ENTER
ð A:
0
0
B:
Amps
0
Range: 0 to 100000 A
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AVERAGE PHASE
CURRENT: 0 Amps
Range: 0 to 100000 A
MOTOR LOAD:
0.00 x FLA
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x FLA
CURRENT UNBALANCE:
0%
Range: 0 to 99.99%
U/B BIASED MOTOR
LOAD: 0.00 x FLA
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x FLA
GROUND CURRENT:
0.0 Amps
Range: 0.0 to 5000.0 A
Seen only if Ground CT has 1 A or 5 A secondary
GROUND CURRENT:
0.00 Amps
Range: 0.00 to 25.00 A
Seen only if Ground CT is 50:0.025
A:
C:
Range: 0 to 5000 A
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0
0
B:
0
Amps Diff.
All measured current values are displayed here. The CURRENT UNBALANCE is defined as the ratio of negative-sequence to
positive-sequence current, I2 / I1 when the motor is operating at a load (Iavg) greater than FLA. If the motor Iavg is less than
FLA, unbalance is defined as I2 / I1 × Iavg / FLA. This derating is necessary to prevent nuisance alarms and trips when a
motor is lightly loaded. The U/B BIASED MOTOR LOAD value shows the equivalent motor heating current caused by the
unbalance k factor.
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5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.3.2 TEMPERATURE
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ TEMPERATURE
ð
„ TEMPERATURE
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Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Only seen if at least 1 RTD is set as Stator
RTD#1: 40°C
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RTD #1
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #2
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #3
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted)
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #4
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #5
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #6
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted)
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #7
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #8
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #9
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted)
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #10
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #11
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
RTD #12
TEMPERATURE: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Not seen if RTD set as None; reflects RTD Name
as programmed
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ð HOTTEST STATOR RTD
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The current level of the 12 RTDs is displayed here. If the RTD is not connected, the value will be "No RTD".
If no RTDs are programmed in S8 RTD TEMPERATURE, the following flash message will appear when an attempt is made to
enter this group of messages.
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
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5.3 A2 METERING DATA
5.3.3 VOLTAGE METERING
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ VOLTAGE METERING
ð
„ VOLTAGE METERING
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ð Vab:
0
0
Vbc:
Volts
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AVERAGE LINE
VOLTAGE: 0 Volts
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Van:
Vcn:
0
0
Vbn:
Volts
0
Range: 0 to 20000 V. Not seen if VT Connection is
programmed as None
Range: 0 to 20000 V. Not seen if VT Connection is
programmed as None
0
Range: 0 to 20000 V. Seen only if VT Connection is
programmed as Wye
AVERAGE PHASE
VOLTAGE: 0 Volts
Range: 0 to 20000 V. Seen only if VT Connection is
programmed as Wye
SYSTEM FREQUENCY:
0.00 Hz
Range: 0.00, 20.00 to 120.00 Hz
Measured voltage parameters will be displayed here.
If no VT connection type is programmed for the S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING ÖØ VT CONNECTION TYPE setpoint,
the following flash message will appear when an attempt is made to enter this group of messages.
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
5.3.4 SPEED
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ SPEED
ð
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ð TACHOMETER: 0 RPM
Range: 0 to 3600 RPM
Seen only if a Digital Input is configured as
Tachometer
If the Tachometer function is assigned to one of the digital inputs, the tachometer readout may be viewed here.
If no digital input is configured as tachometer in S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ÖØ ASSIGNABLE INPUT1(4), the following flash message
will appear when an attempt is made to enter this group of messages.
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
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5.3.5 POWER METERING
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ POWER METERING
ð
„ POWER METERING
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Range: 0.01 to 0.99 Lead or Lag, 0.00, 1.00
0.00
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REAL POWER:
0 kW
Range: 0 to ±99999 kW
REAL POWER:
O hp
Range: 0 to 65535 hp
REACTIVE POWER:
0 kvar
Range: 0 to ±99999 kvar
APPARENT POWER:
0 kVA
Range: 0 to 65535 kVA
POSITIVE WATTHOURS:
0.000 MWh
Range: 0.000 to 999999.999 MWh
POSITIVE VARHOURS:
0.000 Mvarh
Range: 0.000 to 999999.999 Mvarh
NEGATIVE VARHOURS:
0.000 Mvarh
Range: 0.000 to 999999.999 Mvarh
TORQUE:
000.0 Nm
Range: 0.00 to 999999.9 Nm
Seen only if Torque Metering is enabled
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The values for power metering and 3-phase total power quantities are displayed here. Watthours and varhours can also be
seen here.
An induction motor by convention consumes Watts and vars (+Watts and +vars). A synchronous motor can
generate vars (–vars) and feed them back to the power system.
NOTE
If the S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING ÖØ VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER RATIO setpoint is not programmed, the following
flash message appears when an attempt is made to enter this group of messages.
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
NOTE
5-12
Real Power (hp) is converted directly from Real Power (kW). This display-only value is not used for protection functions. This message will not display more than 65535 hp regardless of the actual kW that are being
metered.
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5.3 A2 METERING DATA
5.3.6 DEMAND METERING
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ DEMAND METERING
ð
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ð CURRENT
Range: 0 to 100000 A
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DEMAND: 0 Amps
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REAL POWER
DEMAND: 0 kW
Range: 0 to 50000 kW
Not seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
REACTIVE POWER
DEMAND: 0 kvar
Range: 0 to 50000 kvar
Not seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
APPARENT POWER
DEMAND: 0 kVA
Range: 0 to 50000 kVA
Not seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
PEAK CURRENT
DEMAND: 0 Amps
Range: 0 to 100000 A
Not seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
PEAK REAL POWER
DEMAND: 0 kW
Range: 0 to 50000 kW
Mot seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
PEAK REACTIVE POWER
DEMAND: 0 kvar
Range: 0 to 50000 kvar
Not seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
PEAK APPARENT POWER
DEMAND: 0 kVA
Range: 0 to 50000 kVA
Not seen if VT Ratio is programmed as None
MESSAGE
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The values for current and power demand are shown. Peak Demand information is cleared with the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ
CLEAR DATA ÖØ CLEAR PEAK DEMAND DATA setpoint. Demand is shown only for positive real and positive reactive power.
5.3.7 ANALOG INPUTS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ ANALOG INPUTS
ð
„ ANALOG INPUTS
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ð ANALOG I/P 1
ESCAPE
0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
Seen only if Analog Input is programmed.
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ESCAPE
ANALOG I/P 2
0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
Seen only if Analog Input is programmed.
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ANALOG I/P 3
0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
Seen only if Analog Input is programmed.
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ANALOG I/P 4
0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
Seen only if Analog Input is programmed.
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ANALOG 1-2
0 Percent
Range: –5100 to 4900%
Seen only if Analog In Diff 1-2 set to %Diff
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ANALOG 1-2
0 Units
Range: –100000 to 100000
Seen only if Analog In Diff 1-2 set to Abs Diff
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ANALOG 3-4
0 Percent
Range: –5100 to 4900%
Seen only if Analog In Diff 3-4 set to %Diff
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ANALOG 3-4
0 Units
Range: –100000 to 100000
Seen only if Analog In Diff 3-4 set to Abs Diff
Reflects Analog Input Name as programmed
ENTER
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The values for analog inputs are shown here. The name of the input and the units will reflect those programmed for each
input. If no analog inputs are programmed in S12 ANALOG I/O Ö ANALOG INPUT 1(4), the THIS FEATURE NOT PROGRAMMED
flash message will appear when an attempt is made to enter this group of messages.
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5.3 A2 METERING DATA
5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.3.8 PHASORS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A2 METERING DATA ÖØ PHASORS
ð
„ PHASORS
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ENTER
ð Va PHASOR
ESCAPE
0.0% AT 0°Lag
ESCAPE
Vb PHASOR
0.0% AT 0°Lag
MESSAGE
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Vc PHASOR
0.0% AT 0°Lag
Ia PHASOR
0.0% AT 0°Lag
Ib PHASOR
0.0% AT 0°Lag
Ic PHASOR
0.0% AT 0°Lag
To aid in wiring, the tables on the following page can be used to determine if VTs and CTs are on the correct phases and
that their polarity is correct. Problems arising from incorrect wiring are extremely high unbalance levels (CTs) or erroneous
power readings (CTs and VTs) or phase reversal trips (VTs).
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To correct wiring, simply start the motor and record the phasors. Using the tables below along with recorded phasors, system rotation, VT connection type, and motor power factor the correct phasors can be determined. Note that the phase
angle for Va (Vab if delta) is always assumed to be 0° and is the reference for all angle measurements.
Common problems include:
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Phase currents 180° from proper location (CT polarity reversed)
Phase currents or voltages 120 or 240° out (CT/VT on wrong phase)
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5.3 A2 METERING DATA
Table 5–1: THREE-PHASE WYE VT CONNECTION
ABC Rotation
72.5° = 0.3 pf lag
45° = 0.7 pf lag
0° = 1.00 pf
–45° = 0.7 pf lead
–72.5° = 0.2 pf lead
Va
0
0° lag
0° lag
0° lag
0
Vb
120
120
120
120
120
Vc
240
240
240
240
240
Ia
75
45
0
315
285
Ib
195
165
120
75
45
Ic
315
285
240
195
165
kW
+
+
+
+
+
kVAR
+
+
0
–
–
kVA
+
+
+ (= kW)
+
+
ACB Rotation
72.5° = 0.3 pf lag
45° = 0.7 pf lag
0° = 1.00 pf
–45° = 0.7 pf lead
–72.5° = 0.2 pf lead
Va
0
0° lag
0° lag
0° lag
0
Vb
240
240
240
240
240
Vc
120
120
120
120
120
Ia
75
45
0
315
285
Ib
315
285
240
195
165
Ic
195
165
120
75
45
kW
+
+
+
+
+
kVAR
+
+
0
–
–
kVA
+
+
+ (=kW)
+
+
0° = 1.00 pf
–45° = 0.7 pf lead
–72.5° = 0.2 pf lead
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Table 5–2: THREE-PHASE OPEN DELTA VT CONNECTION
ABC Rotation
72.5° = 0.3 pf lag
45° = 0.7 pf lag
Va
0
0°
0°
0°
0
Vb
----
----
----
----
----
Vc
300
300
300
300
300
Ia
100
75
30
345
320
Ib
220
195
150
105
80
Ic
340
315
270
225
200
kW
+
+
+
+
+
kVAR
+
+
0
–
–
kVA
+
+
+ (=kW)
+
+
ABC Rotation
72.5° = 0.3 pf lag
45° = 0.7 pf lag
0° = 1.00 pf
–45° = 0.7 pf lead
–72.5° = 0.2 pf lead
Va
0
0°
0°
0°
0
Vb
----
----
----
----
----
Vc
60
60
60
60
60
Ia
45
15
330
285
260
Ib
285
255
210
165
140
Ic
165
135
90
45
20
+
kW
+
+
+
+
kVAR
+
+
0
–
–
kVA
+
+
+ (=kW)
+
+
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5.4 A3 LEARNED DATA
5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.4A3 LEARNED DATA
5.4.1 MOTOR STARTING
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A3 LEARNED DATA Ö MOTOR STARTING
ð
„ MOTOR STARTING
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ENTER
ð LEARNED ACCELERATION
Range: 0.0 to 200.0 sec.
ESCAPE
TIME: 0.0 s
ESCAPE
LEARNED STARTING
CURRENT: 0 A
Range: 0 to 50000 A
LEARNED STARTING
CAPACITY: 0% used
Range: 0 to 100%
LAST ACCELERATION
TIME: 0.0 s
Range: 0.0 to 200.0 sec.
LAST STARTING
CURRENT: 0 A
Range: 0 to 50000 A
LAST STARTING
CAPACITY: 0% used
Range: 0 to 100%
MESSAGE
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The 469 learns the acceleration time, the starting current, as well as, the thermal capacity required during motor starts. This
data is accumulated based on the last five starts. The 469 also keeps statistics for last acceleration time, last starting current, and last starting capacity. This information can be reset to default using the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ INSTALLATION ÖØ RESET
MOTOR INFORMATION setpoint.
If motor load during starting is relatively consistent, the LEARNED ACCELERATION TIME may be used to fine tune the acceleration protection. Learned acceleration time will be the longest time of the last five successful starts. The time is measured
from the transition of motor current from zero to greater than overload pickup, until line current falls below the overload
pickup level.
is measured 200 ms after the transition of motor current from zero to greater than overload
pickup. This should ensure that the measured current is symmetrical. The value displayed is the average of the last 5 successful starts. If there are less than 5 starts, 0s will be averaged in for the full 5 starts.
LEARNED STARTING CURRENT
The LEARNED STARTING CAPACITY is used to determine if there is enough thermal capacity to permit a start (refer to Section
4.8.2: Start Inhibit on page 4–48 for more information on start inhibit). If there is not enough thermal capacity for a start, a
start inhibit will be issued. Starting will be blocked until there is sufficient thermal capacity.
5.4.2 AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A3 LEARNED DATA ÖØ AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD
„ AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD
„ [ENTER] for more
ð
5
ENTER
ESCAPE
ð AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD
Range: 0.00 to 20.00
LEARNED: 0.00 x FLA
The 469 can learn the average motor load over a period of time. This time is specified by the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ PREFERÖØ AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD CALC. PERIOD setpoint (default 15 minutes). The calculation is a sliding window and is
ignored during motor starting.
ENCES
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5.4 A3 LEARNED DATA
5.4.3 RTD MAXIMUMS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A3 LEARNED DATA ÖØ RTD MAXIMUMS
ð
„ RTD MAXIMUMS
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð RTD #1
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted).
Seen only if at least 1 RTD is set as Stator
ESCAPE
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
ESCAPE
RTD #2
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #3
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #4
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #5
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #6
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #7
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #8
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #9
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #10
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #11
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
RTD #12
MAX. TEMP.: 40°C
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
MESSAGE
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The 469 will learn the maximum temperature for each RTD. This information can be cleared using the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ
CLEAR DATA ÖØ CLEAR RTD MAXIMUMS setpoint.
If no RTDs are programmed in S8 RTD TEMPERATURE, the following flash message will appear when an attempt is made to
enter this group of messages.
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
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5.4 A3 LEARNED DATA
5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.4.4 ANALOG IN MIN/MAX
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A3 LEARNED DATA ÖØ ANALOG IN MIN/MAX
ð
„ ANALOG IN MIN/MAX
„ [ENTER] for more
ð ANALOG I/P 1
ESCAPE
MIN: O Units
Range: –50000 to 50000. Not seen if Analog Input is set
as None. Reflects the Analog Input Name as
programmed
ESCAPE
ANALOG I/P 1
MAX: 0 Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ANALOG I/P 2
MIN: O Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ANALOG I/P 2
MAX: 0 Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ANALOG I/P 3
MIN: O Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ANALOG I/P 3
MAX: 0 Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ANALOG I/P 4
MIN: O Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ANALOG I/P 4
MAX: 0 Units
Range: –50 to 250°C, No RTD (open), ---- (shorted). Not
seen if RTD set to None; reflects RTD Name as
programmed
ENTER
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
5
MESSAGE
The 469 will learn the minimum and maximum values of the analog inputs since they were last cleared. This information
can be cleared with the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ CLEAR DATA ÖØ CLEAR ANALOG I/P MIN/MAX setpoint. When the data is cleared,
the present value of each analog input will be loaded as a starting point for both minimum and maximum. The name of the
input and the units will reflect those programmed for each input.
If no Analog Inputs are programmed in S12 ANALOG I/O, the following flash message will appear when an attempt is made to
enter this group of messages.
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
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5.5 A4 MAINTENANCE
5.5A4 MAINTENANCE
5.5.1 TRIP COUNTERS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A4 MAINTENANCE Ö TRIP COUNTERS
ð
„ TRIP COUNTERS
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ENTER
Range: 0 to 50000
TRIPS: 0
ESCAPE
INCOMPLETE SEQUENCE
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
Caused by the Reduced Voltage Start feature
INPUT SWITCH
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000 Caused by Remote, Speed, Load
Shed, Pressure, Vibration, or General Purpose
Switch Trip features
TACHOMETER
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Caused by Digital Input programmed
as Tachometer
OVERLOAD
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
SHORT CIRCUIT
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
MECHANICAL JAM
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
UNDERCURRENT
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
CURRENT UNBALANCE
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
GROUND FAULT
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
ACCELERATION TIMER
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
STATOR RTD
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
BEARING RTD
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
OTHER RTD
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
AMBIENT RTD
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
UNDERVOLTAGE
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
OVERVOLTAGE
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
PHASE REVERSAL
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
VOLTAGE FREQUENCY
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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5.5 A4 MAINTENANCE
5 ACTUAL VALUES
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
5
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MESSAGE
POWER FACTOR
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
REACTIVE POWER
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
REVERSE POWER
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
UNDERPOWER
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
ANALOG I/P 1
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Message reflects Analog Input
Name/units as programmed
ANALOG I/P 2
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Message reflects Analog Input
Name/units as programmed
ANALOG I/P 3
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Message reflects Analog Input
Name/units as programmed
ANALOG I/P 4
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Message reflects Analog Input
Name/units as programmed
ANALOG 1-2
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Message reflects Analog Input
Name/units as programmed
ANALOG 3-4
TRIPS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000. Message reflects Analog Input
Name/units as programmed
A breakdown of number of trips by type is displayed here. When the Total reaches 50000, all counters reset. This information can be cleared using the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ CLEAR DATA ÖØ CLEAR TRIP COUNTERS setpoint.
5.5.2 GENERAL COUNTERS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A4 MAINTENANCE ÖØ GENERAL COUNTERS
ð
„ GENERAL COUNTERS
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð NUMBER OF MOTOR
Range: 0 to 50000
ESCAPE
STARTS: 0
ESCAPE
NUMBER OF EMERGENCY
RESTARTS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
NUMBER OF STARTER
OPERATIONS: 0
Range: 0 to 50000
DIGITAL COUNTER
0 Units
Range: 0 to 1 000 000 000. Seen only if an Assignable
Digital Input programmed as Digital Counter.
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
Two of the 469 general counters count the number of motor starts or start attempts and the number of Emergency Restarts
performed to start a given motor over time. This may be useful information when troubleshooting a motor failure. When
either of these counters reaches 50000, that counter will reset to 0. This information can be cleared with the S1 469 SETUP
ÖØ INSTALLATION ÖØ RESET MOTOR INFORMATION setpoint. Another of the 469 General counters will count the number of
starter operations performed over time. This counter is incremented any time the motor is stopped, either by a trip or normal
stop. This may be useful information for starter maintenance. When the counter reaches 50000, that counter will reset to 0.
This information may be cleared with the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ INSTALLATION ÖØ RESET STARTER INFORMATION setpoint. If one
of the assignable digital inputs is programmed as Digital Counter, that counter measurement will appear here. The counter
can be reset to zero if the counter is of the incrementing type or pre-set to a predetermined value using the S1 469 SETUP
ÖØ CLEAR DATA ÖØ PRESET DIGITAL COUNTER setpoint.
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5.5 A4 MAINTENANCE
5.5.3 TIMERS
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A4 MAINTENANCE ÖØ TIMERS
ð
„ TIMERS
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ESCAPE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ð MOTOR RUNNING HOURS:
Range: 0 to 100000 hrs.
0 hr
TIME BETWEEN STARTS
TIMER: 0 min
Range: 0 to 500 min.
STARTS/HOUR TIMERS
0
0
0
0
0 min
Range: 0 to 60 min.
One of the 469 timers accumulates the total running time for the Motor. This may be useful for scheduling routine maintenance. When this timer reaches 100000, it will reset to 0. This timer can be cleared using the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ INSTALLATION ÖØ RESET MOTOR INFORMATION setpoint.
The TIME BETWEEN STARTS TIMER value may be viewed here. This value might be useful for planning a motor shutdown.
The STARTS/HOUR TIMER value is also viewable here.
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5.6 A5 EVENT RECORDER
5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.6A5 EVENT RECORDER
5.6.1 EVENT 01 TO EVENT 40
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A5 EVENT RECORDER Ö [ENTER] EVENT 01(40)
ð
„ [ENTER] EVENT 01
No Event
ENTER
ESCAPE
DATE OF EVENT 01:
Jan. 01, 1992
Range: month day, year
MOTOR SPEED DURING
EVENT01: Low Speed
Range: High Speed, Low Speed
Seen only if the Two-Speed feature is enabled
TACHOMETER DURING
EVENT01: 0 RPM
Range: 0 to 3600 RPM. Seen only if a Digital Input is
programmed as Tachometer
A:
C:
Range: 0 to 100000 A
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
ESCAPE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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MESSAGE
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Range: hour:minutes:seconds
00:00:00.0
MESSAGE
5
ð TIME OF EVENT 01:
ESCAPE
0
0
B:
A
0
EVENT01
MOTOR LOAD
EVENT01: 0.00 x FLA
Range: 0.00 to 20.00 x FLA
CURRENT UNBALANCE
EVENT01: 0%
Range: 0 to 100%
GROUND CURRENT
EVENT01: 0.00 A
Range: 0.00 to 5000.0 A
A:
C:
Range: 0 to 5000 A.
Seen only if Phase Differential CT is set
0
0
B:
0
A Diff. EV01
HOTTEST STATOR
RTD: 0°C
EVENT01
Range: –50 to 250°C, ---- (no RTD).
Seen only if at least one RTD is set as Stator
HOTTEST BEARING
RTD: 0°C
EVENT01
Range: –50 to 250°C, ---- (no RTD).
Seen only if at least one RTD is set as Bearing
HOTTEST OTHER
RTD: 0°C
EVENT01
Range: –50 to 250°C, ---- (no RTD).
Seen only if at least one RTD is set as Other
AMBIENT
RTD: 0°C
EVENT01
Range: –50 to 250°C, ---- (no RTD).
Seen only if at least one RTD is set as Ambient
Vbc:
0
EVENT01
Range: 0 to 20000 A.
Seen only if VT Connection set as None
Vbn:
0
EVENT01
Range: 0 to 20000 A.
Seen only if VT Connection programmed as Wye
Vab:
Vca:
0
0
A
Van:
Vcn:
0
0
A
SYSTEM FREQUENCY
EVENT01: 0.00 Hz
Range: 0.00, 20.00 to 120.00 Hz
0
0
Range: –50000 to 50000 kVA.
Seen only if VT Connection is set as None
kW
kvar
0
kVA
EVENT01
POWER FACTOR
EVENT01: 0.00
Range: 0.01 to 0.99 Lead or Lag, 0.00, 1.00
Seen only if VT Connection is set as None
TORQUE
EVENT01: 0.0 Nm
Range: 0 to 999999.9.
Seen only if Torque Metering is Enabled
ANALOG I/P 1
EVENT01: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
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ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ANALOG I/P 2
EVENT01: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
ANALOG I/P 3
EVENT01: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
ANALOG I/P 4
EVENT01: 0 Units
Range: –50000 to 50000
The event recorder stores motor and system information each time an event occurs. An event description is stored along
with a time and date stamp for troubleshooting purposes. Events include all trips, any alarm optionally (except Service
Alarm, and 469 Not Inserted Alarm, which always records as events), loss of control power, application of control power,
emergency restarts, and motor starts when a blocking function is active. The latter event could occur if the block start contacts were shorted out to bypass the 469 and start the motor.
EVENT 01 is the most recent event and EVENT 40 is the oldest event. Each new event bumps the
until EVENT 40 is reached. The event record in EVENT 40 is lost when a new event occurs. This
using the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ CLEAR DATA ÖØ CLEAR EVENT RECORD setpoint.
other event records up one
information can be cleared
Table 5–3: CAUSE OF EVENTS
TRIPS
Acceleration Trip
Ambient RTD12 Trip
Analog I/P 1 to 4 Trip
Bearing RTD 8 Trip
Bearing RTD 9 Trip
Bearing RTD 10 Trip
Bearing RTD 7 Trip
Current U/B Trip
Differential Trip
General Sw.A Trip
General Sw.B Trip
General Sw.C Trip
General Sw.D Trip
Ground Fault Backup
Ground Fault Trip
Incomplete Seq Trip
Load Shed Trip
Mechanical Jam Trip
Overload Trip
Overvoltage Trip
Phase Reversal Trip
Power Factor Trip
Pressure Sw. Trip
Reactive Power Trip
Remote Trip
RTD11 Trip
Short Circuit Backup
Short Circuit Trip
Single Phasing (Unbalanced)
Speed Switch Trip
Stator RTD 1 Trip
Stator RTD 2 Trip
Stator RTD 3 Trip
Stator RTD 4 Trip
Stator RTD 5 Trip
Stator RTD 6 Trip
Tachometer Trip
Undercurrent Trip
Underpower Trip
Undervoltage Trip
Vibration Sw.Trip
Volt. Frequency Trip
Bearing RTD 8 Alarm
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ALARMS (OPTIONAL EVENTS)
Ambient RTD12 Alarm
Analog I/P 1 to 4 Alarm
Bearing RTD 7 Alarm
Bearing RTD 9 Alarm
Bearing RTD 10 Alarm
Breaker Failure
Counter Alarm
Current Demand Alarm
Current U/B Alarm
General Sw.A Alarm
General Sw.B Alarm
General Sw.C Alarm
General Sw.D Alarm
Ground Fault Alarm
kVA Demand Alarm
kvar Demand Alarm
kW Demand Alarm
Open RTD Alarm
Overload Alarm
Overtorque
Overvoltage Alarm
Pressure Sw. Alarm
Reactive Power Alarm
Remote Alarm
RTD11 Alarm
Short/Low RTD Alarm
Stator RTD 1 Alarm
Stator RTD 2 Alarm
Stator RTD 3 Alarm
Stator RTD 4 Alarm
Stator RTD 5 Alarm
Stator RTD 6 Alarm
Tachometer Alarm
Thermal Model Alarm
Trip Coil Super
Trip Counter Alarm
Undercurrent Alarm
Underpower Alarm
Undervoltage Alarm
Vibration Sw. Alarm
Volt. Frequency Alarm
Welded Contactor
OTHER
469 Not Inserted
Control Power Applied
Control Power Lost
Emergency Rst. Close
Emergency Rst. Open
Forced Relay
Service Alarm
Simulation Started
Simulation Stopped
Start While Blocked
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5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.7A6 PRODUCT INFO
5.7.1 469 MODEL INFORMATION
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A6 PRODUCT INFO Ö 469 MODEL INFO
ð
„ 469 MODEL INFO
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð ORDER CODE:
Range: 469-P5/P1-HI/LO-A20/A1
ESCAPE
469-P5-HI-A20
ESCAPE
469 SERIAL NO:
A3050001
Range: A3050001 to A3099999
469 REVISION:
30C100A4.000
Range: 30A100A4.000 to 30Z999A4.999
469 BOOT REVISION:
30C100A4.000
Range
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
ESCAPE
MESSAGE
30A100A4.000 to 30Z999A4.999
All of the 469 model information may be viewed here when the unit is powered up. In the event of a product software
upgrade or service question, the information shown here should be jotted down prior to any inquiry.
5.7.2 CALIBRATION INFORMATION
PATH: ACTUAL VALUES ÖØ A6 PRODUCT INFO ÖØ CALIBRATION INFO
5
ð
„ CALIBRATION INFO
„ [ENTER] for more
ENTER
ð ORIGINAL CALIBRATION
ESCAPE
DATE: Jan 01 1995
ESCAPE
LAST CALIBRATION
DATE: Jan 01 1995
MESSAGE
Range: month day year
Range: month day year
The date of the original calibration and last calibration may be viewed here.
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5 ACTUAL VALUES
5.8 DIAGNOSTICS
5.8DIAGNOSTICS
5.8.1 DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES
Some actual value messages are helpful in diagnosing the cause of Trips, Alarms, or Start Blocks. The 469 automatically
defaults to the most important message. The hierarchy is Trip and PreTrip messages, Alarm, and lastly, Start Block Lockout. To simplify things, the Message LED (indicator) will flash, prompting the operator to press the NEXT key. When NEXT
is pressed, the next relevant message is automatically displayed. The 469 cycles through the messages with each keypress. When all of these conditions have cleared, the 469 reverts back to the normal default messages.
Any time the 469 is not displaying the default messages because other Actual Value or Setpoint messages are being
viewed and there are no trips, alarms, or blocks, the Message LED (indicator) will be on solid. From any point in the message structure, pressing the NEXT key will cause the 469 to revert back to the normal default messages. When normal
default messages are being displayed, pressing NEXT displays the next default message immediately.
Example:
When an overload trip occurs, an RTD alarm may also occur as a result of the overload and a lockout time associated with
the trip. The 469 automatically defaults to the A1 STATUS ÖØ LAST TRIP DATA Ö CAUSE OF LAST TRIP actual value message
and the Message LED flashes. Pressing the NEXT key cycles through the time and date stamp information as well as all of
the pre-trip data. When the bottom of this queue is reached, pressing NEXT again normally returns to the top of the queue.
However, because an alarm is active, the display skips to the alarm message at the top of the A1 STATUS ÖØ ALARM STATUS queue. Similarly, pressing NEXT again skips to the A1 STATUS ÖØ START BLOCK ÖØ RESTART BLOCK LOCKOUT message. Pressing NEXT once final time returns to the original CAUSE OF LAST TRIP message, and the cycle could be
repeated.
LAST TRIP DATA:
CAUSE OF LAST TRIP:
Overload
5
TIME OF LAST TRIP:
12:00:00.0
DATE OF LAST TRIP
Jan 01 1992
↓
↓
↓
ANALOG INPUT 4
PreTrip: 0 Units
ACTIVE ALARMS:
STATOR RTD #1
ALARM: 135°C
START BLOCK
LOCKOUTS:
OVERLOAD LOCKOUT
BLOCK: 25 min
When the RESET has been pressed, the hot RTD condition is no longer present, and the lockout time has expired, the display will revert back to the normal Default Messages.
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5.8.2 FLASH MESSAGES
Flash messages are warning, error, or general information messages that are temporarily displayed in response to certain
key presses. These messages are intended to assist with navigation of the 469 messages by explaining what has happened or by prompting the user to perform certain actions.
NEW SETPOINT HAS
BEEN STORED
ROUNDED SETPOINT
HAS BEEN STORED
OUT OF RANGE! ENTER:
####-##### by #
ACCESS DENIED,
SHORT ACCESS SWITCH
ACCESS DENIED,
ENTER PASSCODE
INVALID PASSCODE
ENTERED!
NEW PASSCODE
HAS BEEN ACCEPTED
ENTER NEW PASSCODE
FOR ACCESS
SETPOINT ACCESS IS
NOW PERMITTED
SETPOINT ACCESS IS
NOW RESTRICTED
DATE ENTRY WAS
NOT COMPLETE
DATE ENTRY
OUT OF RANGE
TIME ENTRY WAS
NOT COMPLETE
TIME ENTRY
OUT OF RANGE
NO TRIPS OR ALARMS
TO RESET
RESET PERFORMED
SUCCESSFULLY
ALL POSSIBLE RESETS
HAVE BEEN PERFORMED
ARE YOU SURE? PRESS
[ENTER] TO VERIFY
PRESS [ENTER] TO ADD
DEFAULT MESSAGE
DEFAULT MESSAGE
HAS BEEN ADDED
DEFAULT MESSAGE
LIST IS FULL
PRESS [ENTER] TO
REMOVE MESSAGE
DEFAULT MESSAGE
HAS BEEN REMOVED
DEFAULT MESSAGES
6 TO 20 ARE ASSIGNED
INPUT FUNCTION
ALREADY ASSIGNED
INVALID SERVICE
CODE ENTERED
KEY PRESSED IS
INVALID HERE
DATA CLEARED
SUCCESSFULLY
TOP OF LIST
NO START BLOCKS
ACTIVE
5
END OF LIST
MOTOR STARTING
\\1\\2\\3\\4\\5\\6\\
TOP OF PAGE
[.] KEY IS USED TO
ADVANCE THE CURSOR
END OF PAGE
NO ALARMS
THIS FEATURE NOT
PROGRAMMED
•
NEW SETPOINT HAS BEEN STORED: This message appear each time a setpoint has been altered and stored as
shown on the display.
•
ROUNDED SETPOINT HAS BEEN STORED: A setpoint value entered with the numeric keypad may be between
valid setpoint values. The 469 detects this condition and stores a value that has been rounded to the nearest valid setpoint value. To find the valid range and step for a given setpoint, simply press HELP while the setpoint is being displayed.
•
OUT OF RANGE! ENTER: #### - ##### by #: If an entered setpoint value that is outside of the acceptable range of
values, the 469 displays this message, substituting the proper values for that setpoint. An appropriate value may then
be entered.
•
ACCESS DENIED, SHORT ACCESS SWITCH: In order to store any setpoint values, the access switch must be
shorted. If this message appears and it is necessary to change a setpoint, short access terminals C1 and C2.
•
ACCESS DENIED, ENTER PASSCODE: The 469 has a passcode security feature. If that feature has been enabled,
not only do the access switch terminals have to be shorted, but the passcode must also be entered. If the correct passcode has been lost or forgotten, contact the factory with the encrypted access code. See Section 4.2.1: Passcode on
page 4–6 for passcode features.
•
INVALID PASSCODE ENTERED: If an invalid passcode is entered for passcode security feature, this message will
flash on the display.
•
NEW PASSCODE HAS BEEN ACCEPTED: This message will appear as an acknowledge that the new passcode has
been accepted when changing the passcode for the passcode security feature.
•
ENTER NEW PASSCODE FOR ACCESS: If the passcode is zero, the passcode security feature is disabled. If the
Change Passcode Setpoint is entered as yes, this flash message will appear prompting the user to enter a non-zero
passcode which in turn will enable the feature.
•
SETPOINT ACCESS IS NOW PERMITTED: This flash message notifies the user that setpoints may now be altered
and stored any time the passcode security feature is enabled and a valid passcode is entered.
•
SETPOINT ACCESS IS NOW RESTRICTED: This message appears if the passcode security feature is enabled, a
valid passcode has been entered, and the S1 469 SETUP Ö PASSCODE Ö SETPOINT ACCESS setpoint value is Restricted.
This message also appears anytime that setpoint access is permitted and the access jumper is removed.
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DATE ENTRY WAS NOT COMPLETE: Since the DATE setpoint has a special format (MM/DD/YYYY), if ENTER is
pressed before the complete value is entered, this message appears and the new value is not stored. Another attempt
will have to be made with the complete information.
•
DATE ENTRY WAS OUT OF RANGE: This message appears if and invalid entry is made for the DATE (e.g. 15 entered
for month).
•
TIME ENTRY WAS NOT COMPLETE: Since the TIME setpoint has a special format (HH/MM/SS.S), if ENTER is
pressed before the complete value entered, this message appears and the new value is not stored. Another attempt
will have to be made with the complete information.
•
TIME ENTRY WAS OUT OF RANGE: If and invalid entry is made for the time (e.g. 35 entered for hour), this message
will appear.
•
NO TRIPS OR ALARMS TO RESET: If RESET is pressed when there are no trips or alarms present, this message will
appear.
•
RESET PERFORMED SUCCESSFULLY: If all trip and alarm features that are active can be cleared (i.e. the conditions that caused these trips and/or alarms are no longer present), then this message will appear when a RESET is
performed, indicating that all trips and alarms have been cleared.
•
ALL POSSIBLE RESETS HAVE BEEN PERFORMED: If only some of the trip and alarm features that are active can
be cleared (i.e. the conditions that caused some of these trips and/or alarms are still present), then this message will
appear when a RESET is performed, indicating that only trips and alarms that could be reset have been reset.
•
ARE YOU SURE? PRESS [ENTER] TO VERIFY: If the RESET key is pressed and resetting of any trip or alarm feature
is possible, this message will appear to ask for verification of the operation. If RESET is pressed again while the message is still on the display, the reset will be performed.
•
PRESS [ENTER] TO ADD DEFAULT MESSAGE: If the ENTER key is pressed anywhere in the 469 actual value messages, this message prompts the user to press ENTER again to add a new default message. To add a new default
message, ENTER must be pressed while this message is being displayed.
•
DEFAULT MESSAGE HAS BEEN ADDED: Any time a new default message is added to the default message list, this
message will appear as verification.
•
DEFAULT MESSAGE LIST IS FULL: If an attempt is made to add a new default message to the default message list
when 20 messages are already assigned, this message will appear. In order to add a message, one of the existing
messages must be removed.
•
PRESS [ENTER] TO REMOVE MESSAGE: If the decimal key is pressed in the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ DEFAULT MESSAGES
setpoint group, immediately followed by the ENTER key, this message prompts the user to press ENTER to remove a
default message. To remove the default message, ENTER must be pressed while this message is being displayed.
•
DEFAULT MESSAGE HAS BEEN REMOVED: Any time a default message is removed from the default message list,
this message will appear as verification.
•
DEFAULT MESSAGES 6 of 20 ARE ASSIGNED: This message appears each time the S1 469 SETUP ÖØ DEFAULT
setpoint group is entered. It notifies the user of the number of assigned default messages.
MESSAGES
•
•
INPUT FUNCTION IS ALREADY ASSIGNED: The Assignable Digital Input functions may only be used once. If an
attempt is made to assign the same function to two different switches, this message will appear.
INVALID SERVICE CODE ENTERED: This message appears if an invalid code is entered in S13 469 TESTING ÖØ MULTILIN USE ONLY.
•
KEY PRESSED HERE IS INVALID: Under certain situations, certain keys have no function (e.g. any number key while
viewing Actual Values). If a key is pressed where it should have no function, this message will appear.
•
DATA CLEARED SUCCESSFULLY: This message confirms that data has been cleared or reset in the S1 469 SETUP
ÖØ CLEAR DATA or S1 469 SETUP ÖØ INSTALLATION setpoint groups.
•
TOP OF PAGE: This message will indicate when the top of a page has been reached.
•
BOTTOM OF PAGE: This message will indicate when the bottom of a page has been reached.
•
TOP OF LIST: This message will indicate when the top of subgroup has been reached.
•
BOTTOM OF LIST: This message will indicate when the bottom of a subgroup has been reached.
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•
[.] KEY IS USED TO ADVANCE THE CURSOR: Any time a setpoint that requires text editing is viewed, this message
will appear immediately to prompt the user to use the decimal key for cursor control. If the setpoint is not altered for
one (1) minute, the message will flash again.
•
NO ALARMS: This message appears if an attempt is made to enter the A1 STATUS Ö ALARM STATUS subgroup when
there are no active alarms.
•
NO START BLOCKS ACTIVE: This message appears if an attempt is made to enter the A1 STATUS ÖØ START BLOCKS
subgroup when there are no active Start Blocks.
•
THIS FEATURE NOT PROGRAMMED: If an attempt is made to enter an actual value message subgroup, when the
setpoints are not configured for that feature, this message will appear.
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6 COMMUNICATIONS
6.1 MODBUS PROTOCOL
6 COMMUNICATIONS 6.1MODBUS PROTOCOL
6.1.1 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE
The hardware or electrical interface is one of the following: one of two 2-wire RS485 ports from the rear terminal connector
or the RS232 from the front panel connector. In a 2-wire RS485 link, data flow is bidirectional. Data flow is half duplex for
both the RS485 and the RS232 ports. That is, data is never transmitted and received at the same time. RS485 lines should
be connected in a daisy chain configuration (avoid star connections) with a terminating network installed at each end of the
link, i.e. at the master end and at the slave farthest from the master. The terminating network should consist of a 120 Ω
resistor in series with a 1 nF ceramic capacitor when used with Belden 9841 RS485 wire. The value of the terminating
resistors should be equal to the characteristic impedance of the line. This is approximately 120 Ω for standard #22 AWG
twisted pair wire. Shielded wire should always be used to minimize noise. Polarity is important in RS485 communications.
Each '+' terminal of every 469 must be connected together for the system to operate. See Section 2.2.11: RS485 Communications Ports on page 2–18 for details on correct serial port wiring.
6.1.2 MODBUS RTU PROTOCOL
The 469 implements a subset of the AEG Modicon Modbus RTU serial communication standard. Many popular programmable controllers support this protocol directly with a suitable interface card allowing direct connection of relays. Although
the Modbus protocol is hardware independent, the 469 interfaces include two 2-wire RS485 ports and one RS232 port.
Modbus is a single master, multiple slave protocol suitable for a multi-drop configuration as provided by RS485 hardware.
In this configuration up to 32 slaves can be daisy-chained together on a single communication channel.
The 469 is always a slave. It cannot be programmed as a master. Computers or PLCs are commonly programmed as masters. The Modbus protocol exists in two versions: Remote Terminal Unit (RTU, binary) and ASCII. Only the RTU version is
supported by the 469. Monitoring, programming and control functions are possible using read and write register commands.
6.1.3 DATA FRAME FORMAT AND DATA RATE
One data frame of an asynchronous transmission to or from an 469 is default to 1 start bit, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit. This
produces a 10 bit data frame. This is important for transmission through modems at high bit rates (11-bit data frames are
not supported by Hayes modems at bit rates of greater than 300 bps). The parity bit is optional as odd or even. If it is programmed as odd or even, the data frame consists of 1 start bit, 8 data bits, 1 parity bit, and 1 stop bit.
Modbus protocol can be implemented at any standard communication speed. The 469 RS485 ports support operation at
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, and 19200 baud. The front panel RS232 baud rate is fixed at 9600 baud.
6.1.4 DATA PACKET FORMAT
A complete request/response sequence consists of the following bytes (transmitted as separate data frames):
MASTER QUERY MESSAGE:
SLAVE ADDRESS:
(1 byte)
FUNCTION CODE:
(1 byte)
DATA:
(variable number of bytes depending on FUNCTION CODE)
CRC:
(2 bytes)
SLAVE RESPONSE MESSAGE:
•
SLAVE ADDRESS:
(1 byte)
FUNCTION CODE:
(1 byte)
DATA:
(variable number of bytes depending on FUNCTION CODE)
CRC:
(2 bytes)
SLAVE ADDRESS: This is the first byte of every transmission. This byte represents the user-assigned address of the
slave device that receives the message sent by the master. Each slave device must be assigned a unique address and
only the addressed slave responds to a transmission that starts with its address. In a master request transmission the
Slave Address represents the address of the slave to which the request is being sent. In a slave response transmission
the Slave Address represents the address of the slave that is sending the response. Note that a master transmission
with a Slave Address of 0 indicates a broadcast command. Broadcast commands can be used for specific functions.
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•
FUNCTION CODE: This is the second byte of every transmission. Modbus defines function codes of 1 to 127. The 469
implements some of these functions. In a master request transmission the Function Code tells the slave what action to
perform. In a slave response transmission if the Function Code sent from the slave is the same as the Function Code
sent from the master indicating the slave performed the function as requested. If the high order bit of the Function
Code sent from the slave is a 1 (i.e. if the Function Code is > 127) then the slave did not perform the function as
requested and is sending an error or exception response.
•
DATA: A variable number of bytes depending on the Function Code. This may be actual values, setpoints, or
addresses sent by the master to the slave or vice versa. Data is sent MSByte first followed by the LSByte.
•
CRC: This is a two byte error checking code. CRC is sent LSByte first followed by the MSByte. The RTU version of
Modbus includes a two byte CRC-16 (16-bit cyclic redundancy check) with every transmission. The CRC-16 algorithm
essentially treats the entire data stream (data bits only; start, stop and parity ignored) as one continuous binary number. This number is first shifted left 16 bits and then divided by a characteristic polynomial (11000000000000101B).
The 16-bit remainder of the division is appended to the end of the transmission, LSByte first. The resulting message
including CRC, when divided by the same polynomial at the receiver will give a zero remainder if no transmission
errors have occurred.
If an 469 Modbus slave device receives a transmission in which an error is indicated by the CRC-16 calculation, the
slave device will not respond to the transmission. A CRC-16 error indicates than one or more bytes of the transmission
were received incorrectly and thus the entire transmission should be ignored in order to avoid the 469 performing any
incorrect operation. The CRC-16 calculation is an industry standard method used for error detection. An algorithm is
included here to assist programmers in situations where no standard CRC-16 calculation routines are available.
6.1.5 CRC-16 ALGORITHM
Once the following algorithm is complete, the working register "A" will contain the CRC value to be transmitted. Note that
this algorithm requires the characteristic polynomial to be reverse bit ordered. The MSbit of the characteristic polynomial is
dropped since it does not affect the value of the remainder.
Symbols:
6
-->
A; Alow; Ahigh
CRC
i, j
(+)
N
Di
G
shr (x)
Algorithm:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
data transfer
16-bit working register; low and high order bytes of A (the 16-bit working register)
16 bit CRC-16 result
loop counters
logical EXCLUSIVE-OR operator
total number of data bytes
i-th data byte (i = 0 to N – 1)
16 bit characteristic polynomial = 1010000000000001 (binary) with MSbit dropped
and bit order reversed
right shift operator (the LSbit of x is shifted into a carry flag, a '0' is shifted into the
MSbit of x, all other bits are shifted right one location)
FFFF (hex) --> A
0 --> i
0 --> j
Di (+) Alow --> Alow
j + 1 --> j
shr (A)
Is there a carry?
No: go
Yes: G
Is j = 8?
No: go to 5.;
i + 1 --> i
Is i = N?
No: go to 3.;
A --> CRC
to step 8.
(+) A --> A and continue.
Yes: continue.
Yes: continue.
6.1.6 TIMING
Data packet synchronization is maintained by timing constraints. The receiving device must measure the time between the
reception of characters. If three and one half character times elapse without a new character or completion of the packet,
then the communication link must be reset (i.e. all slaves start listening for a new transmission from the master). Thus at
9600 baud a delay of greater than 3.5 × 1 / 9600 × 10 = 3.65 ms will cause the communication link to be reset.
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6 COMMUNICATIONS
6.2 MODBUS FUNCTIONS
6.2MODBUS FUNCTIONS
6.2.1 SUPPORTED FUNCTIONS
The following functions are supported by the 469:
Modbus Function Code 01: Read Relay Coil
Modbus Function Code 02: Read Digital Input Status
Modbus Function Code 03: Read Setpoints and Actual Values
Modbus Function Code 04: Read Setpoints and Actual Values
Modbus Function Code 05: Execute Operation
Modbus Function Code 06: Store Single Setpoint
Modbus Function Code 07: Read Device Status
Modbus Function Code 08: Loopback Test
Modbus Function Code 16: Store Multiple Setpoints
6.2.2 FUNCTION CODES 01/02: READ RELAY COIL / DIGITAL INPUT STATUS
Modbus implementation: Read Coil and Input Status
469 Implementation: Read Relay Coil and Digital Input Status
For the 469 implementation of Modbus, these commands can be used to read Relay Coil Status or Digital Input Status.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE, FUNCTION 01:
The standard implementation requires the following: slave address (one byte), function code (one byte), starting relay coil
(two bytes), number of coils to read (two bytes), and CRC (two bytes). The slave response is the slave address (one byte),
function code (one byte), relay coil mask byte count (one byte; always 01 since only six relay coils), bit mask indicating the
status of requested relay coils (one byte), and CRC (two bytes).
Request slave 11 to respond with status of relay coil 3 to 5:
Relay
Status
R1
Energized
R2
De-energized
R3
De-energized
R4
De-energized
R5
Energized
R6
Energized
Bit Mask
0011 0001 (0 x 31)
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
6
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
message for slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
01
read relay coil status
STARTING RELAY COIL
2
00 03
starting relay coil 3
NUMBER OF RELYAS
2
00 03
3 relays coils (i.e. R3, R4, R5)
CRC
2
8C A1
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
FUNCTION CODE
1
01
read relay coil status
BYTE COUNT
1
01
1 byte bit mask
BIT MASK
1
10
bit mask of requested relay (0001 0000)
CRC
2
53 93
CRC calculated by the slave
NOTE
response message from slave 11
If a Starting Relay Coil (Starting Digital Input) of Zero is entered, the 469 will default it to One. If the Number of
Relays (Number of Digital Inputs) requested exceeds the number of relays available, the user is prompted with a
ILLEGAL DATA message.
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MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE, FUNCTION 02:
The standard implementation requires the following: slave address (one byte), function code (one byte), starting digital
input (two byte), number of digital inputs to read (two bytes), and CRC (two bytes). The slave response is the slave address
(one byte), function code (one byte), byte count of digital input mask (one byte), bit mask indicating the status of requested
digital inputs (one or two bytes), and CRC (two bytes).
Note: the CRC is sent as a two byte number with the low order byte sent first.
Example 1: Request slave 11 to respond with status of digital inputs 5 to 9:
Digital Input
Status
Digital Input
D1: Access
Closed
D7: Assignable Input 2
Closed
D2: Test
Open
D8: Assignable Input 3
Closed
D3: Starter Status
Open
D9: Assignable Input 4
Closed
D4: Emergency Restart
Open
Bit Mask (LSB)
0111 0001
D5: Remote Reset
Closed
Bit Mask (MSB)
0000 0001
D6: Assignable Input 1
Closed
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
FUNCTION CODE
1
02
read digital input status
STARTING DIGITAL INPUT
2
00 05
starting at digital input 5
NUMBER OF DIGITAL INPUTS
2
00 05
5 digital inputs (i.e. D5, D6, D7, D8, D9)
CRC
2
A8 A2
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
6
Status
BYTES
message for slave 11
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
02
read relay coil status
BYTE COUNT
1
02
2 byte bit mask
BIT MASK
2
71 01
bit mask of requested digital input
CRC
2
C5 B9
CRC calculated by the slave
Example 2: Request slave 11 to respond with status of digital inputs 1 to 4:
Digital Input
Status
Digital Input
Status
D1: Access
Closed
D6: Assignable Input 1
Closed
D2: Test
Open
D7: Assignable Input 2
Closed
D3: Starter Status
Open
D8: Assignable Input 3
Open
D4: Emergency Restart
Open
D9: Assignable Input 4
Closed
D5: Remote Reset
Closed
Bit Mask (LSB)
0111 0001
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
FUNCTION CODE
1
02
read digital input status
STARTING DIGITAL INPUT
2
00 01
starting at digital input 1
NUMBER OF DIGITAL INPUTS
2
00 04
4 digital inputs (i.e. D1, D2, D3, D4)
CRC
2
28 A3
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
message for slave 11
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
02
read relay coil status
BYTE COUNT
1
01
2 byte bit mask
BIT MASK
2
01
bit mask of requested digital input
CRC
2
63 90
CRC calculated by the slave
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6.2 MODBUS FUNCTIONS
6.2.3 FUNCTION CODES 03/04: READ SETPOINTS / ACTUAL VALUES
Modbus implementation: Read Input and Holding Registers
469 Implementation: Read Setpoints and Actual Values
For the 469 implementation of Modbus, these commands can be used to read any Setpoint ("holding registers") or Actual
Value ("input registers"). Holding and input registers are 16 bit (two byte) values transmitted high order byte first. Thus all
469 Setpoints and Actual Values are sent as two bytes. The maximum number of registers that can be read in one transmission is 125. Function codes 03 and 04 are configured to read setpoints or actual values interchangeably because some
PLCs do not support both function codes.
The slave response to these function codes is the slave address, function code, a count of the number of data bytes to follow, the data itself and the CRC. Each data item is sent as a two byte number with the high order byte sent first. The CRC
is sent as a two byte number with the low order byte sent first.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Request slave 11 to respond with 2 registers starting at address 0308. For this example the register data in these
addresses is:
Address
Data
0308
0064
0309
000A
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
FUNCTION CODE
1
03
read registers
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
03 08
data starting at 0308
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS
2
00 02
2 registers (4 bytes total)
CRC
2
45 27
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
message for slave 11
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
03
read registers
BYTE COUNT
1
04
2 registers = 4 bytes
DATA 1
2
00 64
value in address 0308
DATA 2
2
00 0A
value in address 0309
CRC
2
EB 91
CRC calculated by the slave
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6.2.4 FUNCTION CODE 05: EXECUTE OPERATION
Modbus Implementation: Force Single Coil
469 Implementation: Execute Operation
This function code allows the master to request an 469 to perform specific command operations. The command numbers
listed in the Commands area of the memory map correspond to operation code for function code 05. The operation commands can also be initiated by writing to the Commands area of the memory map using function code 16. Refer to Section
6.2.8: Function Code 16: Store Multiple Setpoints on page 6–8 for complete details.
Supported Operations:
Reset 469 (operation code 1); Motor Start (operation code 2)
Motor Stop (operation code 3); Waveform Trigger (operation code 4)
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Reset 469 (operation code 1).
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
message for slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
05
execute operation
OPERATION CODE
2
00 01
reset command (operation code 1)
CODE VALUE
2
FF 00
perform function
CRC
2
DD 50
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
05
execute operation
OPERATION CODE
2
00 01
reset command (operation code 1)
CODE VALUE
2
FF 00
perform function
CRC
2
DD 50
CRC calculated by the slave
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6.2.5 FUNCTION CODE 06: STORE SINGLE SETPOINT
Modbus Implementation: Preset Single Register
469 Implementation: Store Single Setpoint
This command allows the master to store a single setpoint into the memory of an 469. The slave response to this function
code is to echo the entire master transmission.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Request slave 11 to store the value 01F4 in Setpoint address 1180. After the transmission in this example is complete, setpoints address 1180 will contain the value 01F4.
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
FUNCTION CODE
1
06
store single setpoint
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
11 80
setpoint address 1180
DATA
2
01 F4
data for address 1180
CRC
2
8D A3
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
message for slave 11
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
06
store single setpoint
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
11 80
setpoint address 1180
DATA
2
01 F4
data for address 1180
CRC
2
8D A3
CRC calculated by the slave
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6.2 MODBUS FUNCTIONS
6.2.6 FUNCTION CODE 07: READ DEVICE STATUS
Modbus Implementation: Read Exception Status
469 Implementation: Read Device Status
This is a function used to quickly read the status of a selected device. A short message length allows for rapid reading of
status. The status byte returned will have individual bits set to 1 or 0 depending on the status of the slave device.
469 General Status Byte:
Bit No.
Description
Bit No.
Description
B0
R1 Trip relay operated = 1
B4
R5 Block start relay operated = 1
B1
R2 Auxiliary relay operated = 1
B5
R6 Service relay operated = 1
B2
R3 Auxiliary relay operated = 1
B6
Stopped = 1
B3
R4 Alarm relay operated = 1
B7
Running = 1
If status is neither stopped or running, the motor is starting.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Request status from slave 11.
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
message for slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
07
read device status
CRC
2
47 42
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
07
read device status
DEVICE STATUS
1
59
status = 01011001 in binary
CRC
2
C2 08
CRC calculated by the slave
6.2.7 FUNCTION CODE 08: LOOPBACK TEST
Modbus Implementation:
469 Implementation:
Loopback Test
Loopback Test
This function is used to test the integrity of the communication link. The 469 will echo the request.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Loopback test from slave 11.
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
FUNCTION CODE
1
08
loopback test
DIAG CODE
2
00 00
must be 00 00
DATA
2
00 00
must be 00 00
CRC
2
E0 A1
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
message for slave 11
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
08
loopback test
DIAG CODE
2
00 00
must be 00 00
DATA
2
00 00
must be 00 00
CRC
2
E0 A1
CRC calculated by the slave
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6.2.8 FUNCTION CODE 16: STORE MULTIPLE SETPOINTS
Modbus Implementation:
469 Implementation:
Preset Multiple Registers
Store Multiple Setpoints
This function code allows multiple setpoints to be stored into the 469 memory. Modbus "registers" are 16-bit (two byte) values transmitted high order byte first. Thus all 469 setpoints are sent as two byte values. The maximum number of setpoints
that can be stored in one transmission is dependent on the slave device. Modbus allows up to a maximum of 60 holding
registers to be stored. The 469 response to this function code is to echo the slave address, function code, starting address,
the number of Setpoints stored, and the CRC.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Request slave 11 to store the value 01F4 to Setpoint address 1180 and the value 01DE to setpoint address 1181. After the
transmission in this example is complete, 469 slave 11 will have the following Setpoints information stored:
Address
Data
1180
01F4
1181
01DE
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
6
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
message for slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
10
store setpoints
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
11 80
setpoint address 1180
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS
2
00 02
2 setpoints (4 bytes total)
BYTE COUNT
1
04
4 bytes of data
DATA 1
2
01 F4
data for address 1180
DATA 2
2
01 DE
data for address 1181
CRC
2
DB B1
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
SLAVE ADDRESS
BYTES
1
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
10
store setpoints
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
11 80
setpoint address 1180
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS
2
00 02
2 setpoints
CRC
2
45 B6
CRC calculated by the slave
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6.2.9 FUNCTION CODE 16: PERFORMING COMMANDS
Some PLCs may not support execution of commands using function code 5 but do support storing multiple setpoints using
function code 16. To perform this operation using function code 16 (10H), a certain sequence of commands must be written
at the same time to the 469. The sequence consists of: command function register, command operation register and command data (if required). The command function register must be written with the value of 5 indicating an execute operation
is requested. The command operation register must then be written with a valid command operation number from the list of
commands shown in the memory map. The command data registers must be written with valid data if the command operation requires data. The selected command will execute immediately upon receipt of a valid transmission.
MESSAGE FORMAT AND EXAMPLE:
Perform a reset on 469 (operation code 1)
MASTER TRANSMISSION:
BYTES
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
0B
message for slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
10
store setpoints
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
00 80
setpoint address 0080
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS
2
00 02
2 setpoints (4 bytes total)
BYTE COUNT
1
04
2 registers = 4 bytes
COMMAND FUNCTION
2
00 05
data for address 0080
COMMAND OPERATION
2
00 01
data for address 0081
CRC
2
0B D6
CRC calculated by the master
SLAVE RESPONSE:
BYTES
SLAVE ADDRESS
1
EXAMPLE / DESCRIPTION
0B
response message from slave 11
FUNCTION CODE
1
10
store setpoints
DATA STARTING ADDRESS
2
00 80
setpoint address 0080
NUMBER OF SETPOINTS
2
00 02
2 setpoints (4 bytes total)
CRC
2
40 8A
CRC calculated by the slave
6.2.10 ERROR RESPONSES
When an 469 detects an error other than a CRC error, a response will be sent to the master. The MSbit of the Function
Code byte will be set to 1 (i.e. the function code sent from the slave will be equal to the function code sent from the master
plus 128). The following byte will be an exception code indicating the type of error that occurred.
Transmissions received from the master with CRC errors will be ignored by the 469.
The slave response to an error (other than CRC error) will be:
•
SLAVE ADDRESS: 1 byte
•
FUNCTION CODE: 1 byte (with MSbit set to 1)
•
EXCEPTION CODE: 1 byte
•
CRC: 2 bytes
The 469 implements the following exception response codes.
01: ILLEGAL FUNCTION
The function code transmitted is not one of the functions supported by the 469.
02: ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS
The address referenced in the data field transmitted by the master is not an allowable address for the 469.
03: ILLEGAL DATA VALUE
The value referenced in the data field transmitted by the master is not within range for the selected data address.
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6.3MEMORY MAP
6.3.1 MEMORY MAP INFORMATION
The data stored in the 469 is grouped as Setpoints and Actual Values. Setpoints can be read and written by a master computer. Actual Values are read only. All Setpoints and Actual Values are stored as two-byte values. That is, each register
address is the address of a two-byte value. Addresses are listed in hexadecimal. Data values (setpoint ranges, increments,
factory values) are in decimal.
NOTE
Many Modbus communications drivers add 40001d to the actual address of the register addresses. For example: if
address 0h was to be read, 40001d would be the address required by the Modbus communications driver; if
address 320h (800d) was to be read, 40801d would be the address required by the Modbus communications driver.
6.3.2 USER-DEFINABLE MEMORY MAP AREA
The 469 has a powerful feature, called the User Definable Memory Map, which allows a computer to read up to 124 nonconsecutive data registers (setpoints or actual values) by using one Modbus packet. It is often necessary for a master computer to continuously poll various values in each of the connected slave relays. If these values are scattered throughout the
memory map, reading them would require numerous transmissions and would burden the communication link. The User
Definable Memory Map can be programmed to join any memory map address to one in the block of consecutive User Map
locations, so that they can be accessed by reading these consecutive locations.
The User Definable area has two sections:
1.
A register index area (memory map addresses 0180h to 01FCh) that contains 125 actual values or setpoints register
addresses.
2.
A register area (memory map addresses 0100h to 017Ch) that contains the data at the addresses in the register index.
Register data that is separated in the rest of the memory map may be remapped to adjacent register addresses in the User
Definable Registers area. This is accomplished by writing to register addresses in the User Definable Register Index area.
This allows for improved through-put of data and can eliminate the need for multiple read command sequences.
For example, if the values of Average Phase Current (register address 0306h) and Hottest Stator RTD Temperature (register address 0320h) are required to be read from an 469, their addresses may be remapped as follows:
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1.
Write 0306h to address 0180h (User Definable Register Index 0000) using function code 06 or 16.
2.
Write 0307h to address 0181h (User Definable Register Index 0001) using function code 06 or 16.
(Average Phase Current is a double register number)
3.
Write 0320h to address 0182h (User Definable Register Index 0001) using function code 06 or 16.
A read (function code 03 or 04) of registers 0100h (User Definable Register 0000) and 0101h (User Definable Register
0001) will return the Phase A Current and register 0102h (User Definable Register 0002) will return Hottest Stator RTD
Temperature.
6.3.3 EVENT RECORDER
The 469 event recorder data starts at address 3000h. Address 3003h is a pointer to the event of interest (1 representing the
latest event and 40 representing the oldest event). To retrieve Event 1, write ‘1’ to the Event Record Selector (3003h) and
read the data from 3004h to 3022h. To retrieve Event 2, write ‘2’ to the Event Record Selector (3003h) and read the data
from 3004h to 3022h. All 40 events may be retrieved in this manner. The time and date stamp of each event may be used
to ensure that all events have been retrieved in order without new events corrupting the sequence of events (Event 1
should be more recent than Event 2, Event 2 should be more recent than Event 3, etc.).
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6.3.4 WAVEFORM CAPTURE
The 469 stores a number of cycles of A/D samples each time a trip occurs in a trace buffer. The trace buffer is partitioned
according to the S1 PREFERENCES ÖØ TRACE MEMORY BUFFERS setpoint. The Trace Memory Trigger is set up with the S1
PREFERENCES ÖØ TRACE MEMORY TRIGGER setpoint and this determines how many pre-trip and post-trip cycles are stored.
The trace buffer is time and date stamped and may be correlated to a trip in the event record. 10 waveforms are captured
this way when a trip occurs. These are the 3 phase currents, 3 differential currents, ground current and 3 voltage waveforms. This information is stored in volatile memory and will be lost if power is cycled to the relay.
To access the captured waveforms, select the waveform of interest by writing its trace memory channel (see following
table) to the Trace Memory Channel Selector (address 30F1h). Then read the trace memory data from address 3100h to
3400h. There are 12 samples per cycle for each of the cycles. The values read are in actual amperes or volts.
TRACE MEMORY
CHANNEL
WAVEFORM
0
Phase A current
1
Phase B current
2
Phase C current
3
Differential phase A current
4
Differential phase B current
5
Differential phase C current
6
Ground current
7
Phase A voltage
8
Phase B voltage
9
Phase C voltage
Address 30F8h shows the number of traces taken. To access the latest use the value at address 30F0h. To access more
than 1 trace, reduce this value to access the older traces.
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6.3.5 469 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 1 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
Product ID (Addresses 0000 to 007F)
PRODUCT ID
0000
Product Device Code
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F1
30
0001
Product Hardware Revision
1
26
1
N/A
F15
N/A
0002
Product Software Revision
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F16
N/A
0003
Product Modification Number
0
999
1
N/A
F1
N/A
0004
Reserved
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F16
N/A
0
999
1
N/A
F1
N/A
...
...
000F
Reserved
0010
Boot Program Revision
0011
Boot Program Modification Number
0012
Reserved
...
007F
...
Reserved
Commands (Addresses 0080 -00FF)
COMMANDS
0080
Command Function Code
0081
Reserved
0088
Communications Port Passcode
0
99999999
1
N/A
F12
0
00F0
Time (Broadcast)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F24
N/A
00F2
Date (Broadcast)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
...
00FF
...
Reserved
User Map (Addresses 0100 to 017F)
USER MAP
VALUES
0100
User Map Value # 1
---
---
---
---
---
---
0101
User Map Value # 2
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
...
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017C
User Map Value # 125
017D
Reserved
...
USER MAP
ADDRESSES
...
...
17FF
Reserved
0180
User Map Address # 1
0
3FFF
1
hex
F1
0
0181
User Map Address # 2
0
3FFF
1
hex
F1
0
0
3FFF
1
hex
F1
0
...
...
01FC
User Map Address # 125
01FD
Reserved
...
01FF
...
Reserved
Actual Values (Addresses 0200 -0FFF)
MOTOR
STATUS
0200
Motor Status
0
4
1
-
FC133
0
0201
Motor Thermal Capacity Used
0
100
1
%
F1
0
0202
Estimated Time to Trip on Overload
–1
99999
1
s
F20
–1
0204
Motor Speed
0
1
1
-
FC135
0
0205
Communication Setpoint Access
0
1
N/A
N/A
F126
N/A
0206
Reserved
...
SYSTEM
STATUS
...
020F
Reserved
0210
General Status
0
65535
1
-
FC140
0
0211
Output Relay Status
0
63
1
-
FC141
0
0212
Reserved
...
021F
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 2 of 34)
GROUP
LAST TRIP
DATA ALARM
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0220
Cause of Last Trip
0
45
1
-
FC134
0
0221
Time of Last Trip (2 words)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F19
N/A
0223
Date of Last Trip (2 words)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
0225
Motor Speed During Trip
0
1
1
-
FC135
0
0226
Pre-Trip Tachometer RPM
0
3600
1
RPM
F1
0
0227
Phase A Pre-Trip Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0
0229
Phase B Pre-Trip Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
022B
Phase C Pre-Trip Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
022D
Pre-Trip Motor Load
0
2000
1
FLA
F3
0
022E
Pre-Trip Current Unbalance
0
100
1
%
F1
0
022F
Pre-Trip Ground Current
0
500000
1
A
F11
0
0231
Phase A Pre-Trip Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
0232
Phase B Pre-Trip Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
0233
Phase C Pre-Trip Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
0234
Hottest Stator RTD During Trip
0
12
1
-
F1
0
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0
12
1
-
F1
0
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0
12
1
-
F1
0
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0
12
1
-
F1
0
0235
Pre-Trip Temperature of Hottest Stator RTD
0236
Hottest Bearing RTD During Trip
0237
Pre-Trip Temperature of Hottest Bearing RTD
0238
Hottest Other RTD During Trip
0239
Pre-Trip Temperature of Hottest Other RTD
023A
Hottest Ambient RTD During Trip
023B
Pre-Trip Ambient RTD Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
023C
Pre-Trip Voltage Vab
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
023D
Pre-Trip Voltage Vbc
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
023E
Pre-Trip Voltage Vca
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
023F
Pre-Trip Voltage Van
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0240
Pre-Trip Voltage Vbn
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0241
Pre-Trip Voltage Vcn
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0242
Pre-Trip System Frequency
0
12000
1
Hz
F3
0
0243
Pre-Trip Real Power
–50000
50000
1
kW
F12
0
0245
Pre-Trip Reactive Power
–50000
50000
1
kvar
F12
0
0247
Pre-Trip Apparent Power
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
0
0248
Pre-Trip Power Factor
0249
Analog Input #1 Pre-Trip
–99
100
1
-
F21
0
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
024B
Analog Input #2 Pre-Trip
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
024D
Analog Input #3 Pre-Trip
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
024F
Analog Input #4 Pre-Trip
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
0251
Reserved
32
...
025B
Pre-Trip Temp. of Hottest Stator RTD (oF)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
025D
Pre-Trip Temp. of Hottest Bearing RTD (oF)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
025E
Pre-Trip Temp. of Hottest Other RTD (oF)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
025F
Pre-Trip Temp. of Hottest Ambient RTD (oF)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0260
Reserved
0
...
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...
0264
Reserved
0265
Remote Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0266
Pressure Switch Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0267
Vibration Switch Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0268
Digital Counter Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0269
Tachometer Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
026A
General Switch A Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
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GROUP
STATUS
continued
6
6-14
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
026B
General Switch B Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
026C
General Switch C Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
026D
General Switch D Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
026E
Thermal Capacity Alarm
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
026F
Overload Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0270
Undercurrent Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0271
Current Unbalance Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0272
Ground Fault Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0273
RTD #1 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0274
RTD #2 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0275
RTD #3 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0276
RTD #4 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0277
RTD #5 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0278
RTD #6 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0279
RTD #7 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
027A
RTD #8 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
027B
RTD #9 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
027C
RTD #10 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
027D
RTD #11 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
027E
RTD #12 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
027F
Open RTD Sensor Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0280
Short Sensor/Low Temp Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0281
Undervoltage Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0282
Overvoltage Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0283
System Frequency Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0284
Power Factor Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0285
Reactive Power Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0286
Underpower Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0287
Trip Counter Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0288
Starter Failure Alarm
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0289
Current Demand Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
028A
kW Demand Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
028B
kvar Demand Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
028C
kVA Demand Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
028D
Analog Input 1 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
028E
Analog Input 2 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
028F
Analog Input 3 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0290
Analog Input 4 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0291
Reverse Power Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0292
RTD #1 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0293
RTD #2 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0294
RTD #3 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0295
RTD #4 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0296
RTD #5 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0297
RTD #6 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0298
RTD #7 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
0299
RTD #8 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
029A
RTD #9 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
029B
RTD #10 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
029C
RTD #11 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
029D
RTD #12 High Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
029E
Analog Diff 1-2 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
029F
Analog Diff 3-4 Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
6 COMMUNICATIONS
6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 4 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
STATUS
continued
02A0
02A1
Over Torque Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
0
Lo-set Overcurrent Alarm Status
0
4
1
-
FC123
02A2
Reserved
0
02AE
Reserved
02AF
02B0
Self Test Alarm
0
FFFF
1
-
Overload Lockout Block
0
500
1
min
F1
02B1
0
Start Inhibit Block Lockout Time
0
500
1
min
F1
0
0
...
START
BLOCKS
02B2
Starts/Hour Block Lockout Time
0
60
1
min
F1
02B3
Time Between Starts Lockout Time
0
500
1
min
F1
0
02B4
Restart Block Lockout
0
50000
1
s
F1
0
02B5
Reserved
0
...
02CF
DIGITAL
INPUTS
0
...
Reserved
02D0
Access Switch Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
02D1
Test Switch Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D2
Starter Switch Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D3
Emergency Restart Switch Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D4
Remote Reset Switch Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D5
Assignable Switch #1 Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D6
Assignable Switch #2 Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D7
Assignable Switch #3 Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D8
Assignable Switch #4 Status
0
1
1
-
FC131
0
02D9
Trip Coil Supervision
0
1
1
-
FC132
0
02DA
Reserved
...
...
02FB
Reserved
REAL TIME
CLOCK
02FC
Date (Read Only)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
02FE
Time (Read Only)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F19
N/A
CURRENT
METERING
0300
Phase A Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0302
Phase B Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0304
Phase C Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0306
Average Phase Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0308
Motor Load
0
2000
1
FLA
F3
0
0309
Current Unbalance
0
100
1
%
F1
0
030A
Equivalent Motor Load
0
2000
1
FLA
F3
0
030B
Ground Current
0
500000
1
A
F11
0
030D
Phase A Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
030E
Phase B Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
030F
Phase C Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
0310
Reserved
...
TEMPERATURE
GE Multilin
...
031F
Reserved
0320
Hottest Stator RTD
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0321
RTD #1 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0322
RTD #2 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0323
RTD #3 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0324
RTD #4 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0325
RTD #5 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0326
RTD #6 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0327
RTD #7 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0328
RTD #8 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0329
RTD #9 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
469 Motor Management Relay
6-15
6
6.3 MEMORY MAP
6 COMMUNICATIONS
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 5 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
TEMPERATURE
continued
032A
RTD #10 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
032B
RTD #11 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
032C
RTD #12 Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
VOLTAGE
METERING
6
032D
Reserved
032E
Reserved
032F
Reserved
0330
Hottest Stator RTD (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0331
RTD #1 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0332
RTD #2 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0333
RTD #3 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0334
RTD #4 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0335
RTD #5 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0336
RTD #6 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0337
RTD #7 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0338
RTD #8 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
0339
RTD #9 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
033A
RTD #10 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
033B
RTD #11 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
033C
RTD #12 Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
033D
Reserved
033E
Reserved
033F
Reserved
0340
Vab
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0341
Vbc
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0342
Vca
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0343
Average Line Voltage
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0344
Van
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0345
Vbn
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0346
Vcn
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0347
Average_Phase_Voltage
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
0348
System Frequency
0
12000
1
Hz
F3
0
0349
Reserved
0
3600
1
RPM
F1
0
...
SPEED
Reserved
0360
Tachometer RPM
0361
Reserved
...
036F
POWER
METERING
6-16
...
Reserved
0370
Power Factor
0371
Real Power
–99
100
1
-
F21
0
–99999
99999
1
kW
F12
0
0373
0374
Real Power (HP)
0
65535
1
hp
F1
0
Reactive Power
–99999
99999
1
kvar
F12
0
0376
Apparent Power
0
65535
1
kVA
F1
0
0377
MWh Consumption
0
999999999
1
MWh
F17
0
0379
Mvarh Consumption
0
999999999
1
Mvarh
F17
0
037B
Mvarh Generation
0
999999999
1
Mvarh
F17
0
037D
Torque
0
9999999
1
Nm/ftlb
F10
0
037F
Reserved
...
DEMAND
METERING
...
035F
...
038F
Reserved
0390
Current Demand
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0392
Real Power Demand
–50000
50000
1
kW
F12
0
0394
Reactive Power Demand
–50000
50000
1
kvar
F12
0
469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
6 COMMUNICATIONS
6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 6 of 34)
GROUP
DEMAND
METERING
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0396
Apparent Power Demand
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
0
0397
Peak Current Demand
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
0399
Peak Real Power Demand
–50000
50000
1
kW
F12
0
039B
Peak Reactive Power Demand
–50000
50000
1
kvar
F12
0
039D
Peak Apparent Power Demand
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
0
039E
Reserved
...
ANALOG
INPUTS
03AF
Reserved
03B0
Analog I/P 1
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
03B2
Analog I/P 2
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
03B4
Analog I/P 3
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
03B6
Analog I/P 4
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
03B8
Analog Diff 1-2 Absolute
–100000
100000
1
-
F12
0
03BA
Analog Diff 3-4 Absolute
–100000
100000
1
-
F12
0
03BC
Reserved
...
MOTOR
STARTING
Reserved
03C0
Learned Acceleration Time
0
2000
1
s
F2
0
03C1
Learned Starting Current
0
50000
1
A
F9
0
03C3
Learned Starting Capacity
0
100
1
%
F1
0
03C4
Last Acceleration Time
0
2000
1
s
F2
0
03C5
Last Starting Current
0
50000
1
A
F9
0
03C7
Last Starting Capacity
0
100
1
%
F1
0
03C8
Reserved
0
2000
1
¥ FLA
F3
5
...
03CF
AVERAGE
MOTOR LOAD
Average Motor Load Learned
03D1
Reserved
6
...
03DF
Reserved
03E0
RTD # 1 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E1
RTD # 2 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E2
RTD # 3 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E3
RTD # 4 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E4
RTD # 5 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E5
RTD # 6 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E6
RTD # 7 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E7
RTD # 8 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E8
RTD # 9 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03E9
RTD # 10 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03EA
RTD # 11 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03EB
RTD # 12 Max. Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
03EC
Reserved
...
GE Multilin
...
Reserved
03D0
...
RTD
MAXIMUMS
...
03BF
...
03EF
Reserved
03F0
RTD # 1 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F1
RTD # 2 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F2
RTD # 3 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F3
RTD # 4 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F4
RTD # 5 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F5
RTD # 6 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F6
RTD # 7 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F7
RTD # 8 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
469 Motor Management Relay
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
6 COMMUNICATIONS
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 7 of 34)
GROUP
RTD
MAXIMUMS
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
03F8
RTD # 9 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03F9
RTD # 10 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03FA
RTD # 11 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03FB
RTD # 12 Max. Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
03FC
Reserved
0
...
03FF
ANALOG
INPUTS
MIN / MAX
...
Reserved
0400
Analog I/P 1 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0402
Analog I/P 1 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
0404
Analog I/P 2 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
0406
Analog I/P 2 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
0408
Analog I/P 3 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
040A
Analog I/P 3 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
040C
Analog I/P 4 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
040E
Analog I/P 4 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
0410
Reserved
...
041F
Reserved
0420
Original Calibration Date
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
0422
Last Calibration Date
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
0424
Reserved
...
TRIP
COUNTERS
6
6-18
...
042F
Reserved
0430
Total Number of Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0431
Incomplete Sequence Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0432
Input Switch Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0433
Tachometer Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0434
Overload Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0435
Short Circuit Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0436
Mechanical Jam Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0437
Undercurrent Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0438
Current Unbalance Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0439
Ground Fault Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
043A
Phase Differential Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
043B
Motor Acceleration Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
043C
Stator RTD Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
043D
Bearing RTD Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
043E
Other RTD Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
043F
Ambient RTD Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0440
Undervoltage Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0441
Overvoltage Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0442
Voltage Phase Reversal Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0443
Voltage Frequency Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0444
Power Factor Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0445
Reactive Power Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0446
Underpower Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0447
Analog I/P 1 Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0448
Analog I/P 2 Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0449
Analog I/P 3 Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
044A
Analog I/P 4 Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
044B
Reverse Power Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
044C
Analog Diff 1-2 Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
044D
Analog Diff 3-4 Trips
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
6 COMMUNICATIONS
6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 8 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
TRIP
COUNTERS
continued
044E
Lo-set Overcurrent Trip
044F
Reserved
...
046F
GENERAL
COUNTERS
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
...
Reserved
Number of Motor Starts
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0472
Number of Starter Operations
0
50000
1
-
F1
0
0473
Digital Counter
0
1000000000
1
-
F9
0
0475
Reserved
0
...
Reserved
04A0
Motor Running Hours
1
100000
1
hr
F9
04A2
Time Between Starts Timer
0
500
1
min
F1
0
04A3
Start Timer 1
0
60
1
min
F1
0
04A4
Start Timer 2
0
60
1
min
F1
0
04A5
Start Timer 3
0
60
1
min
F1
0
04A6
Start Timer 4
0
60
1
min
F1
0
04A7
Start Timer 5
0
60
1
min
F1
0
04A8
Reserved
0
65535
1
N/A
FC136
N/A
3050001
N/A
1
-
F9
N/A
...
04BF
Reserved
04C0
Order Code
04C1
Relay Serial Number
04C3
Reserved
...
04DF
...
Reserved
04E0
Original Calibration Date
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
04E2
Last Calibration Date
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F19
N/A
04E4
Reserved
N/A
...
04FF
PHASORS
STEP
VALUE
Number of Emergency Restarts
...
CALIBRATION
INFO.
MAX.
0471
...
469 MODEL
INFO.
MIN.
0470
049F
TIMERS
DESCRIPTION
...
Reserved
0500
Va Angle
0
359
1
°
F1
0501
Vb Angle
0
359
1
°
F1
N/A
0502
Vc Angle
0
359
1
°
F1
N/A
0503
Ia Angle
0
359
1
°
F1
N/A
0504
Ib Angle
0
359
1
°
F1
N/A
0505
Ic Angle
0
359
1
°
F1
N/A
0506
Reserved
...
0FFF
...
Reserved
Setpoints (Addresses 1000 to 1FFF)
PREFERENCES
GE Multilin
1000
Default Message Cycle Time
5
100
5
s
F2
20
1001
Default Message Timeout
10
900
1
s
F1
300
1002
Reserved
15
1003
Average Motor Load Calculation Period
1
90
1
min
F1
1004
Temperature Display Units
0
1
1
-
FC100
0
1005
Trace Memory Trigger Position
1
100
1
%
F1
25
1006
Trace Memory Buffers
1
16
1
cycles
F1
8
1007
Display Update Interval
1
60
1
s
F2
4
1008
Cyclic Load Filter Interval
0
32
1
cycles
F1
0
1009
Passcode (Write Only)
0
99999999
1
N/A
F12
0
100B
Encrypted Passcode (Read Only)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F12
N/A
100C
Reserved
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 9 of 34)
GROUP
PREFERENCES ctd
RS485 SERIAL
PORTS
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
...
100F
Reserved
1010
Slave Address
1
254
1
-
F1
254
1011
Computer RS485 Baud Rate
0
5
1
-
FC101
4
1012
Computer RS485 Parity
0
2
1
-
FC102
0
1013
Auxiliary RS485 Baud Rate
0
5
1
-
FC101
4
1014
Auxiliary RS485 Parity
0
2
1
-
FC102
0
1015
Reserved
...
REAL TIME
CLOCK
102F
Reserved
1030
Date
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
1032
Time
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F19
N/A
1034
Reserved
...
DEFAULT
MESSAGES
103F
Reserved
1040
Reserved
...
105F
MESSAGE
SCRATCHPAD
Reserved
1060
1st & 2nd Char of First Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘Te’
1061
3rd & 4th Char of First Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘xt’
1073
39th & 40th Char of First Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘‘
1074
Reserved
...
...
6
107F
Reserved
1080
1st & 2nd Char of Second Scratchpad Msg
32
127
1
-
F1
‘Te’
1081
3rd & 4th Char of Second Scratchpad Msg
32
127
1
-
F1
‘xt’
1093
39th & 40th Char of Second Scratchpad Msg
32
127
1
-
F1
‘‘
1094
Reserved
...
...
109F
Reserved
10A0
1st & 2nd Char of 3rd Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘Te’
10A1
3rd & 4th Char of 3rd Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘xt’
10B3
39th & 40th Char of 3rd Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘‘
10B4
Reserved
...
...
10BF
Reserved
10C0
1st & 2nd Char of 4th Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘Te’
10C1
3rd & 4th Char of 4th Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘xt’
10D3
39th & 40th Char of 4th Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘‘
10D4
Reserved
...
...
10DF
Reserved
10E0
1st & 2nd Char of 5th Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘Mu’
10E1
3rd & 4th Char of 5th Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘lt’
10F3
39th & 40th Char of 5th Scratchpad Message
32
127
1
-
F1
‘‘
10F4
Reserved
...
...
112F
6-20
Reserved
469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 10 of 34)
GROUP
CLEAR DATA
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
1130
Clear Last Trip Data Prompt
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1131
Reset MWh and Mvarh Meters
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1132
Clear Peak Demand Data
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1133
Clear RTD Maximums
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1134
Clear Analog Input Min/Max Data
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1135
Clear Trip Counters
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1136
Preset Digital Counter
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1137
Clear Event Records
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1138
Reserved
...
INSTALLATION
113F
Reserved
1140
Reset Motor Information
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1141
Reset Starter Information
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1142
Reserved
...
CURRENT
SENSING
117F
Reserved
1180
Phase CT Primary
1
5001
1
A
F1
5001
1181
Motor Full Load Amps
1
5001
1
A
F1
5001
1182
Ground CT Type
0
3
1
-
FC104
3
1183
Ground CT Primary
1
5000
1
A
F1
100
1184
Phase Differential CT Type
0
2
1
-
FC105
0
1185
Phase Differential CT Primary
1
5000
1
A
F1
100
1186
Enable Two Speed Motor Option
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1187
Speed Two Phase CT Primary
1
5000
1
A
F1
100
1188
Speed Two Motor Full Load Amps
1
5000
1
A
F1
1
1189
Reserved
0
2
1
-
FC106
0
...
VOLTAGE
SENSING
119F
Reserved
11A0
Voltage Transformer Connection Type
11A1
Voltage Transformer Ratio
100
30000
1
-
F3
3500
11A2
Motor Nameplate Voltage
100
36000
1
V
F1
4000
11A3
Enable Single VT Connection
0
1
1
-
FC143
0
11A4
Reserved
...
11BF
POWER
SYSTEM
Reserved
11C0
Nominal System Frequency
0
1
1
-
FC107
0
11C1
System Phase Sequence
0
1
1
-
FC124
0
11C2
Speed2 Phase Sequence
0
1
1
-
FC124
0
11C3
Reserved
...
11C7
SERIAL COM.
CONTROL
Reserved
11C8
Serial Communication Control
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
11C9
Assign Start Control Relays
0
2
1
-
FC137
0
11CA
Reserved
...
11CF
REDUCED
VOLTAGE
GE Multilin
Reserved
11D0
Reduced Voltage Starting
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
11D1
Control Relays for Reduced Voltage Starting
0
2
1
-
FC137
2
11D2
Transition On
0
2
1
-
FC108
0
11D3
Reduced Voltage Start Level
25
300
1
%FLA
F1
100
11D4
Reduced Voltage Start Timer
1
600
1
s
F1
200
11D5
Incomplete Sequence Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
11D6
Reserved
469 Motor Management Relay
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 11 of 34)
GROUP
REDUCED
VOLTAGE ctd
STARTER
STATUS
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
1
1
-
FC109
0
...
122F
Reserved
1230
Starter Status Switch
1231
Reserved
...
ASSIGNABLE
INPUTS
123F
Reserved
1240
Assignable Input 1 Function
0
18
1
-
FC110
0
1241
Assignable Input 2 Function
0
18
1
-
FC110
0
1242
Assignable Input 3 Function
0
18
1
-
FC110
0
1243
Assignable Input 4 Function
0
18
1
-
FC110
0
1244
Reserved
...
REMOTE
ALARM
1259
Reserved
125A
1st and 2nd char. of Remote Alarm Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Re’
125B
3rd and 4th char. of Remote Alarm Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘mo’
‘‘
...
1263
19th and 20th char. of Remote Alarm Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
1264
Remote Alarm Function
1
2
1
-
FC115
2
1265
Remote Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1266
Remote Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1267
Reserved
...
1279
REMOTE TRIP
...
Reserved
127A
1st and 2nd char. of Remote Trip Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Re’
127B
3rd and 4th char. of Remote Trip Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘e’
...
6
1283
19th and 20th char. of Remote Trip Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘’
1284
Remote Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1285
Reserved
...
SPEED
SWITCH TRIP
128F
Reserved
1290
Speed Switch Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1291
Speed Switch Trip Delay
10
2500
1
s
F2
50
1292
Reserved
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
0
...
129F
LOAD SHED
TRIP
12A0
Load Shed Trip Relays
12A1
Reserved
...
PRESSURE
SWITCH
ALARM
...
Reserved
...
12AF
Reserved
12B0
Block Pressure Switch Alarm from Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
12B1
Pressure Switch Alarm Function
1
2
1
-
FC115
2
12B2
Pressure Switch Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
12B3
Pressure Switch Alarm Delay
1
1000
1
s
F2
50
12B4
Pressure Switch Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
12B5
Reserved
...
PRESSURE
SWITCH TRIP
12BF
Reserved
12C0
Block Pressure Switch Trip from Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
12C1
Pressure Switch Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
12C2
Pressure Switch Trip Delay
1
1000
1
s
F2
50
12C3
Reserved
...
6-22
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GE Multilin
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 12 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
VIBRATION
SWITCH
ALARM
12CF
Reserved
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
12D0
Vibration Switch Alarm Function
1
2
1
-
FC115
2
12D1
Vibration Switch Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
12D2
Vibration Switch Alarm Delay
1
1000
1
s
F2
50
12D3
Vibration Switch Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
12D4
Reserved
...
VIBRATION
SWITCH TRIP
12DF
Reserved
12E0
Vibration Switch Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
12E1
Vibration Switch Trip Delay
1
1000
1
s
F2
50
12E2
Reserved
‘Un’
...
DIGITAL
COUNTERS
12F2
Reserved
12F3
1st and 2nd char. of Counter Units Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
12F4
3rd and 4th char. of Counter Units Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘it’
12F5
5th and 6th char. of Counter Units Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘s ‘
0
12F6
Counter Preset Value
0
1000000000
1
-
F9
12F8
Counter Type
0
1
1
-
FC114
0
12F9
Counter Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
12FA
Counter Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
12FB
Counter Alarm Level
0
1000000000
1
-
F9
100
12FD
Counter Alarm Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
12FE
Counter Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
12FF
Reserved
3600
...
TACHOMETER
...
130F
Reserved
1310
Rated Speed
100
7200
1
RPM
F1
1311
Tachometer Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1312
Tachometer Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1313
Tachometer Alarm Speed
5
100
1
%Rated
F1
10
1314
Tachometer Alarm Delay
1
250
1
s
F1
1
1315
Tachometer Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1316
Tachometer Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1317
Tachometer Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1318
Tachometer Trip Speed
5
95
1
%Rated
F1
10
1319
Tachometer Trip Delay
1
250
1
s
F1
1
131A
Reserved
...
GENERAL
SWITCH A
1335
Reserved
1336
1st and 2nd char. of General Switch A Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Ge’
1337
3rd and 4th char. of General Switch A Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘ne’
...
GE Multilin
133B
11th and 12th char. of General Switch A Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
133C
General Switch A Normal State
0
1
1
-
FC116
0
133D
General Switch A Block Input From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
133E
General Switch A Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
133F
General Switch A Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1340
General Switch A Alarm Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
1341
General Switch A Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1342
General Switch A Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1343
General Switch A Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1344
General Switch A Trip Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
1345
Reserved
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 13 of 34)
GROUP
GENERAL
SWITCH A ctd
GENERAL
SWITCH B
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
...
1365
Reserved
1366
1st and 2nd char. of General Switch B Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Ge’
1367
3rd and 4th char. of General Switch B Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘ne’
...
136B
11th and 12th char. of General Switch B Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
136C
General Switch B Normal State
0
1
1
-
FC116
0
136D
General Switch B Block Input From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
136E
General Switch B Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
136F
General Switch B Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1370
General Switch B Alarm Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
1371
General Switch B Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1372
General Switch B Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1373
General Switch B Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1374
General Switch B Trip Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
1375
Reserved
...
GENERAL
SWITCH C
1395
Reserved
1396
1st and 2nd char. of General Switch C Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Ge’
1397
3rd and 4th char. of General Switch C Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘ne’
...
6
139B
11th and 12th char. of General Switch C Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
139C
General Switch C Normal State
0
1
1
-
FC116
0
139D
General Switch C Block Input From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
139E
General Switch C Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
139F
General Switch C Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
13A0
General Switch C Alarm Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
13A1
General Switch C Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
13A2
General Switch C Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
13A3
General Switch C Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
13A4
General Switch C Trip Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
13A5
Reserved
...
GENERAL
SWITCH D
13C5
Reserved
13C6
1st and 2nd char. of General Switch D Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Ge’
13C7
3rd and 4th char. of General Switch D Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘ne’
...
13CB
11th and 12th char. of General Switch D Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
13CC
General Switch D Normal State
0
1
1
-
FC116
0
13CD
General Switch D Block Input From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
13CE
General Switch D Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
13CF
General Switch D Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
13D0
General Switch D Alarm Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
13D1
General Switch D Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
13D2
General Switch D Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
13D3
General Switch D Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
13D4
General Switch D Trip Delay
1
50000
1
s
F2
50
13D5
Reserved
...
RELAY RESET
MODE
6-24
14FF
Reserved
1500
Reset Mode R1 TRIP
0
2
1
-
FC117
0
1501
Reset Mode R2 AUXILIARY
0
2
1
-
FC117
0
1502
Reset Mode R3 AUXILIARY
0
2
1
-
FC117
0
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 14 of 34)
GROUP
RELAY RESET
MODE
continued
FORCE
OUTPUT
RELAY
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
2
1
-
FC117
0
0
1503
Reset Mode R4 ALARM
1504
Reserved
1505
Reset Mode R6 SERVICE
0
2
1
-
FC117
1506
Force Trip (R1) Relay
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
1507
Force Trip Relay Duration
0
300
1
s
F1
0
1508
Force Aux1 (R2) Relay
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
1509
Force Aux1 Relay Duration
0
300
1
s
F1
0
150A
Force Aux2 (R3) Relay
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
150B
Force Aux2 Relay Duration
0
300
1
s
F1
0
150C
Force Alarm (R4) Relay
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
150D
Force Alarm Relay Duration
0
300
1
s
F1
0
150E
Force Block (R5) Relay
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
150F
Force Block Relay Duration
0
300
1
s
F1
0
1510
Reserved
...
THERMAL
MODEL
157F
Reserved
1580
Curve Style
1581
Overload Pickup Level
1582
1582
0
2
1
-
FC128
0
101
125
1
¥ FLA
F3
101
Unbalance k Factor
0
12
1
-
F1
0
Unbalance k Factor
0
12
1
-
F1
0
1583
Cool Time Constant Running
1
1000
1
min
F1
15
1584
Cool Time Constant Stopped
1
1000
1
min
F1
30
1585
Hot/Cold Safe Stall Ratio
1
100
1
-
F3
100
1586
RTD Biasing
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1587
RTD Bias Minimum
0
250
1
°C
F1
40
1588
RTD Bias Center Point
0
250
1
°C
F1
130
1589
RTD Bias Maximum
0
250
1
°C
F1
155
158A
Thermal Capacity Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
158B
Thermal Capacity Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
158C
Thermal Capacity Alarm Level
10
100
1
%used
F1
75
158D
Thermal Capacity Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
158E
Overload Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
158F
Reserved
...
15AE
O/L CURVE
SETUP
GE Multilin
Reserved
15AF
Standard Overload Curve Number
1
15
1
-
F1
4
15B0
Time to Trip at 1.01 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
174145
15B2
Time to Trip at 1.05 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
34149
15B4
Time to Trip at 1.10 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
16667
15B6
Time to Trip at 1.20 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
7954
15B8
Time to Trip at 1.30 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
5072
15BA
Time to Trip at 1.40 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
3646
15BC
Time to Trip at 1.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
2800
15BE
Time to Trip at 1.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
1697
15C0
Time to Trip at 2.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
1166
15C2
Time to Trip at 2.25 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
861
15C4
Time to Trip at 2.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
666
15C6
Time to Trip at 2.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
533
15C8
Time to Trip at 3.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
437
15CA
Time to Trip at 3.25 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
366
15CC
Time to Trip at 3.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
311
15CE
Time to Trip at 3.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
268
15D0
Time to Trip at 4.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
233
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 15 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
O/L CURVE
SETUP
continued
15D2
15D4
Time to Trip at 4.25 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
205
Time to Trip at 4.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
182
15D6
Time to Trip at 4.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
162
15D8
Time to Trip at 5.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
146
15DA
Time to Trip at 5.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
120
15DC
Time to Trip at 6.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
100
15DE
Time to Trip at 6.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
85
15E0
Time to Trip at 7.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
73
15E2
Time to Trip at 7.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
63
15E4
Time to Trip at 8.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
15E6
Time to Trip at 10.0 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
15E8
Time to Trip at 15.0 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
15EA
Time to Trip at 20.0 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
15EC
Reserved
...
15FF
Reserved
1600
Minimum Allowable Line Voltage
70
95
1
%Rated
F1
80
1601
Stall Current at Min Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
480
200
1602
Safe Stall Time at Min Vline
5
9999
1
s
F2
1603
Accel. Intersect at Min Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
380
1604
Stall Current at 100% Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
600
1605
Safe Stall Time at 100% Vline
5
9999
1
s
F2
100
1606
Accel. Intersect at 100% Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
500
1607
Reserved
…
163F
6
SHORT
CIRCUIT TRIP
Reserved
1640
Short Circuit Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1641
Overreach Filter
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1642
Short Circuit Trip Relays
0
6
1
-
FC118
0
1643
Short Circuit Trip Pickup
20
200
1
¥ CT
F2
100
1644
Intentional Short Circuit Trip Delay
0
1000
10
ms
F1
0
1645
Short Circuit Trip Backup
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1646
Short Circuit Backup Relays
0
2
1
-
FC119
0
1647
Short Circuit Trip Backup Delay
10
2000
10
ms
F1
200
1648
Reserved
--164F
OVERLOAD
ALARM
Reserved
1650
Overload Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1651
Overload Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1652
Overload Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1653
Overload Alarm Delay
1
600
1
s
F2
0
1654
Reserved
...
MECHANICAL
JAM
165F
Reserved
1660
Mechanical Jam Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1661
Mechanical Jam Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1662
Mechanical Jam Pickup
101
300
1
¥ FLA
F3
150
1663
Mechanical Jam Delay
1
30
1
s
F1
1
1664
Reserved
...
166F
UNDERCURR
ENT
6-26
Reserved
1670
Block Undercurrent from Start
0
15000
1
s
F1
0
1671
Undercurrent Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 16 of 34)
GROUP
UNDERCURR
ENT
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
1672
Undercurrent Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1673
Undercurrent Alarm Pickup
10
95
1
¥ FLA
F3
70
1674
Undercurrent Alarm Delay
1
60
1
s
F1
1
1675
Undercurrent Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1676
Undercurrent Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1677
Undercurrent Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1678
Undercurrent Trip Pickup
10
99
1
¥ FLA
F3
70
1679
Undercurrent Trip Delay
1
60
1
s
F1
1
167A
Reserved
0
...
167F
CURRENT
UNBALANCE
Reserved
1680
Current Unbalance Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1681
Current Unbalance Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1682
Current Unbalance Alarm Pickup
4
40
1
%
F1
15
1683
Current Unbalance Alarm Delay
1
60
1
s
F1
1
1684
Current Unbalance Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1685
Current Unbalance Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1686
Current Unbalance Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1687
Current Unbalance Trip Pickup
4
40
1
%
F1
20
1688
Current Unbalance Trip Delay
1
60
1
s
F1
1
1689
Reserved
...
GROUND
FAULT
169F
Reserved
16A0
Reserved
16A1
Ground Fault Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
16A2
Ground Fault Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
16A3
Ground Fault Alarm Pickup
10
100
1
¥ CT
F3
10
16A4
Alarm Pickup for 50/0.025 CT
25
2500
1
A
F3
100
16A5
Intentional GF Alarm Delay
0
1000
10
ms
F1
0
16A6
Ground Fault Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
16A7
Ground Fault Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
16A8
Ground Fault Trip Relays
0
6
1
-
FC118
0
16A9
Ground Fault Trip Pickup
10
100
1
¥ CT
F3
20
16AA
Trip Pickup for 50/0.025 CT
25
2500
1
A
F3
100
16AB
Intentional GF Trip Delay
0
1000
10
ms
F1
0
16AC
Ground Fault Trip Backup
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
16AD
Ground Fault Trip Backup Relays
0
2
1
-
FC119
0
16AE
Ground Fault Trip Backup Delay
10
2000
10
ms
F1
200
...
PHASE
DIFFERENTIAL
Reserved
16BF
Reserved
16C0
Phase Differential Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
16C1
Phase Differential Trip Relays
0
6
1
-
FC118
0
16C2
Differential Trip Pickup While Starting
5
100
1
¥ CT
F3
10
16C3
Differential Trip Delay While Starting
0
60000
10
ms
F1
0
16C4
Differential Trip Pickup While Running
5
100
1
¥ CT
F3
10
16C5
Differential Trip Delay While Running
0
1000
10
ms
F1
0
16C4
Reserved
...
16CF
ACCELERATION TIMER
GE Multilin
Reserved
16D0
Acceleration Timer Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
16D1
Acceleration Timer Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
16D2
Acceleration Timer from Start
10
2500
1
s
F2
100
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 17 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
ACCELERATION TIMER
continued
16D3
Reserved
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
...
16DF
START INHIBIT
MIN.
Reserved
16E0
Start Inhibit Block
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
16E1
Thermal Capacity Used Margin
0
25
1
%
F1
25
16E2
Reserved
0
...
JOGGING
BLOCK
16EF
Reserved
16F0
Jogging Block
0
1
1
-
FC103
16F1
Maximum Starts/Hour Permissible
1
5
1
-
F1
3
16F2
Time Between Starts
0
500
1
min
F1
10
16F3
Reserved
...
RESTART
BLOCK
16FF
Reserved
1700
Restart Block
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1701
Restart Block Time
1
50000
1
s
F1
1
1702
Reserved
...
RTD TYPES
177F
Reserved
1780
Stator RTD Type
0
3
1
-
FC120
0
1781
Bearing RTD Type
0
3
1
-
FC120
0
1782
Ambient RTD Type
0
3
1
-
FC120
0
1783
Other RTD Type
0
3
1
-
FC120
0
1784
Reserved
...
178F
6
RTD #1
Reserved
1790
RTD #1 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
1
1791
RTD #1 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1792
RTD #1 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1793
RTD #1 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
1794
RTD #1 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1795
RTD #1 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1796
RTD #1 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
1
1797
RTD #1 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1798
RTD #1 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
155
1799
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #1 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
179C
7th and 8th char. of RTD #1 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
179D
Reserved
...
...
RTD #2
6-28
17AD
Reserved
17AE
RTD #1 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°C
F1
266
17AF
RTD #1 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°C
F1
311
17B0
RTD #2 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
1
17B1
RTD #2 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
17B2
RTD #2 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
17B3
RTD #2 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
17B4
RTD #2 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
17B5
RTD #2 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
17B6
RTD #2 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
2
17B7
RTD #2 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
17B8
RTD #2 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
155
17B9
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #2 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 18 of 34)
GROUP
RTD #2
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
...
17BC
7th and 8th char. of RTD #2 Name
17BD
Reserved
...
RTD #3
17CD
Reserved
17CE
RTD #2 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
266
17CF
RTD #2 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
311
17D0
RTD #3 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
1
17D1
RTD #3 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
17D2
RTD #3 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
17D3
RTD #3 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
17D4
RTD #3 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
17D5
RTD #3 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
17D6
RTD #3 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
3
17D7
RTD #3 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
17D8
RTD #3 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
155
17D9
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #3 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
17DC
7th and 8th char. of RTD #3 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
17DD
Reserved
...
...
RTD #4
17ED
Reserved
17EE
RTD #3 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
266
17EF
RTD #3 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
311
17F0
RTD #4 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
1
17F1
RTD #4 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
17F2
RTD #4 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
17F3
RTD #4 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
17F4
RTD #4 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
17F5
RTD #4 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
17F6
RTD #4 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
4
17F7
RTD #4 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
17F8
RTD #4 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
155
17F9
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #4 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
17FC
7th and 8th char. of RTD #4 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
17FD
Reserved
...
...
RTD #5
180D
Reserved
180E
RTD #4 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
266
180F
RTD #4 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
311
1810
RTD #5 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
1
1811
RTD #5 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1812
RTD #5 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1813
RTD #5 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
1814
RTD #5 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1815
RTD #5 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1816
RTD #5 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
5
1817
RTD #5 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1818
RTD #5 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°F
F1
155
1819
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #5 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
7th and 8th char. of RTD #5 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
...
181C
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 19 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
RTD #5
continued
181D
Reserved
RTD #6
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
...
182D
Reserved
182E
RTD #5 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
266
182F
RTD #5 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
311
1830
RTD #6 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
1
1831
RTD #6 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1832
RTD #6 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1833
RTD #6 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
1834
RTD #6 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1835
RTD #6 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1836
RTD #6 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
6
1837
RTD #6 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1838
RTD #6 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
155
1839
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #6 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
183C
7th and 8th char. of RTD #6 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
183D
Reserved
...
...
RTD #7
6
184D
Reserved
184E
RTD #6 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
266
184F
RTD #6 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
311
1850
RTD #7 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
2
1851
RTD #7 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1852
RTD #7 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1853
RTD #7 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
1854
RTD #7 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1855
RTD #7 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1856
RTD #7 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
7
1857
RTD #7 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1858
RTD #7 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
90
1859
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #7 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
185C
7th and 8th char. of RTD #7 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
185D
Reserved
...
...
RTD #8
186D
Reserved
186E
RTD #7 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
176
186F
RTD #7 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
194
1870
RTD #8 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
2
1871
RTD #8 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1872
RTD #8 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1873
RTD #8 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
1874
RTD #8 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1875
RTD #8 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1876
RTD #8 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
8
1877
RTD #8 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1878
RTD #8 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
90
1879
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #8 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
187C
7th and 8th char. of RTD #8 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
187D
Reserved
...
...
6-30
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 20 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
RTD #8
continued
188D
Reserved
188E
188F
RTD #9
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
RTD #8 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
176
RTD #8 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
194
1890
RTD #9 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
2
1891
RTD #9 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1892
RTD #9 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1893
RTD #9 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
1894
RTD #9 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1895
RTD #9 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1896
RTD #9 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
9
1897
RTD #9 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1898
RTD #9 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
90
1899
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #9 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
189C
7th and 8th char. of RTD #9 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
189D
Reserved
...
...
RTD #10
18AD
Reserved
18AE
RTD #9 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
176
18AF
RTD #9 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
194
18B0
RTD #10 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
2
18B1
RTD #10 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
18B2
RTD #10 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
18B3
RTD #10 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
0
18B4
RTD #10 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
18B5
RTD #10 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
18B6
RTD #10 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
10
18B7
RTD #10 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
18B8
RTD #10 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
90
18B9
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #10 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
18BC
7th and 8th char. of RTD #10 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
18BD
Reserved
...
...
RTD #11
18CD
Reserved
18CE
RTD #10 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
176
18CF
RTD #10 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
194
18D0
RTD #11 Application
0
4
1
-
FC121
4
18D1
RTD #11 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
18D2
RTD #11 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
18D3
RTD #11 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
0
18D4
RTD #11 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
18D5
RTD #11 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
18D6
RTD #11 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
11
18D7
RTD #11 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
18D8
RTD #11 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
90
18D9
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #11 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
18DC
7th and 8th char. of RTD #11 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
18DD
Reserved
34
482
1
°F
F1
176
...
...
GE Multilin
18ED
Reserved
18EE
RTD #11 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 21 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
RTD #11 ctd
18EF
RTD #12
18F0
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
RTD #11 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
RTD #12 Application
0
18F1
RTD #12 Alarm
18F2
RTD #12 Alarm Relays
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
482
1
4
1
°F
F1
194
-
FC121
0
2
3
1
-
FC115
0
6
0
1
-
FC113
0
18F3
RTD #12 Alarm Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
60
18F4
RTD #12 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
18F5
RTD #12 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
18F6
RTD #12 Trip Voting
1
12
1
-
FC122
12
18F7
RTD #12 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
18F8
RTD #12 Trip Temperature
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
18F9
1st and 2nd char. of RTD #12 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
18FC
7th and 8th char. of RTD #12 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
18FD
Reserved
...
...
OPEN RTD
SENSOR
190D
Reserved
190E
RTD #12 Alarm Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
140
190F
RTD #12 Trip Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
34
482
1
°F
F1
176
1910
Open RTD Sensor Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1911
Open RTD Sensor Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1912
Open RTD Sensor Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1913
Reserved
...
191F
RTD SHORT/
LOW TEMP
6
RTD Short / Low Temp Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1921
RTD Short / Low Temp Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1922
RTD Short / Low Temp Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1923
Reserved
0
...
192F
RTD HIGH
ALARMS
6-32
Reserved
1920
...
Reserved
1930
RTD #1 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1931
RTD #1 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1932
RTD #1 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
1933
Reserved
0
1934
RTD #2 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1935
RTD #2 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1936
RTD #2 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
1937
Reserved
0
1938
RTD #3 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1939
RTD #3 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
193A
RTD #3 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
193B
Reserved
193C
RTD #4 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
193D
RTD #4 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
193E
RTD #4 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
193F
Reserved
0
1940
RTD #5 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1941
RTD #5 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1942
RTD #5 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
1943
Reserved
0
1944
RTD #6 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1945
RTD #6 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1946
RTD #6 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
130
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 22 of 34)
GROUP
RTD HIGH
ALARMS
continued
UNDER
VOLTAGE
ADDR
(HEX)
1947
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
Reserved
1948
RTD #7 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1949
RTD #7 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
194A
RTD #7 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
194B
Reserved
194C
RTD #8 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
194D
RTD #8 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
194E
RTD #8 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
194F
Reserved
0
1950
RTD #9 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1951
RTD #9 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1952
RTD #9 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
1953
Reserved
1954
RTD #10 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1955
RTD #10 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1956
RTD #10 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
1957
Reserved
1958
RTD #11 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1959
RTD #11 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
195A
RTD #11 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
80
195B
Reserved
195C
RTD #12 Hi Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
195D
RTD #12 Hi Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
195E
RTD #12 Hi Alarm Level
1
250
1
°C
F1
60
195F
Reserved
1960
Undervoltage Active Only If Bus Energized
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1961
Undervoltage Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1962
Undervoltage Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1963
Undervoltage Alarm Pickup
60
99
1
¥ Rated
F3
85
1
1964
Starting Undervoltage Alarm Pickup
60
100
1
¥ Rated
F3
85
1965
Undervoltage Alarm Delay
0
600
1
s
F2
30
1966
Undervoltage Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1967
Undervoltage Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1968
Undervoltage Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1969
Undervoltage Trip Pickup
60
99
1
¥ Rated
F3
80
196A
Starting Undervoltage Trip Pickup
60
1001
1
¥ Rated
F3
80
196B
Undervoltage Trip Delay
0
600
1
s
F2
30
196C
Undervoltage Trip Mode
0
1
1
-
FC149
0
196D
Reserved
0
...
197F
OVER
VOLTAGE
Reserved
1980
Overvoltage Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1981
Overvoltage Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1982
Overvoltage Alarm Pickup
101
120
1
¥ Rated
F3
105
1983
Overvoltage Alarm Delay
5
600
1
s
F2
30
1984
Overvoltage Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1985
Overvoltage Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1986
Overvoltage Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1987
Overvoltage Trip Pickup
101
120
1
¥ Rated
F3
110
1988
Overvoltage Trip Delay
5
600
1
s
F2
30
1989
Reserved
...
199F
GE Multilin
Reserved
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 23 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
PHASE
REVERSAL
19A0
Voltage Phase Reversal Trip
0
2
19A1
Voltage Phase Reversal Trip Relays
0
3
19A2
Reserved
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
1
-
FC115
0
1
-
FC111
0
0
...
VOLTAGE
FREQUENCY
19AF
Reserved
19B0
Voltage Frequency Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
19B1
Voltage Frequency Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
19B2
Overfrequency Alarm Level
2501
7000
1
Hz
F3
6050
19B3
Underfrequency Alarm Level
2000
6000
1
Hz
F3
5950
19B4
Voltage Frequency Alarm Delay
0
600
1
s
F2
10
19B5
Voltage Frequency Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
19B6
Voltage Frequency Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
19B7
Voltage Frequency Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
19B8
Overfrequency Trip Level
2501
7000
1
Hz
F3
6050
2000
6000
1
Hz
F3
5950
0
600
1
s
F2
10
19B9
Underfrequency Trip Level
19BA
Voltage Frequency Trip Delay
19BB
Reserved
...
19CF
POWER
FACTOR
6
Reserved
19D0
Block Power Factor Element from Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
1
19D1
Power Factor Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
19D2
Power Factor Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
19D3
Power Factor Lead Alarm Level
5
100
1
-
F3
100
19D4
Power Factor Lag Alarm Level
5
100
1
-
F3
100
19D5
Power Factor Alarm Delay
2
300
1
s
F1
10
19D6
Power Factor Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
19D7
Power Factor Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
19D8
Power Factor Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
19D9
Power Factor Lead Trip Level
5
100
1
-
F3
100
19DA
Power Factor Lag Trip Level
5
100
1
-
F3
100
19DB
Power Factor Trip Delay
2
300
1
s
F1
10
19DC
Reserved
1
...
REACTIVE
POWER
19EF
Reserved
19F0
Block kvar Element from Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
19F1
Reactive Power Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
19F2
Reactive Power Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
19F3
Positive Reactive Power Alarm Level
1
25000
1
kvar
F1
10
19F4
Negative Reactive Power Alarm Level
1
25000
1
kvar
F1
10
19F5
Reactive Power Alarm Delay
2
300
1
s
F2
10
19F6
Reactive Power Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
19F7
Reactive Power Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
19F8
Reactive Power Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
19F9
Positive Reactive Power Trip Level
1
25000
1
kvar
F1
25
19FA
Negative Reactive Power Trip Level
1
25000
1
kvar
F1
25
19FB
Reactive Power Trip Delay
2
300
1
s
F2
10
19FC
Reserved
...
1A0F
UNDERPOWER
6-34
Reserved
1A10
Block Underpower From Start
0
15000
1
s
F1
0
1A11
Underpower Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1A12
Underpower Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1A13
Underpower Alarm Level
1
25000
1
kW
F1
2
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 24 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
UNDERPOWER
continued
1A14
1A15
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
Underpower Alarm Delay
1
30
1
Underpower Alarm Events
0
1
1
s
F1
1
-
FC103
1A16
Underpower Trip
0
2
0
1
-
FC115
1A17
Underpower Trip Relays
0
3
0
1
-
FC111
0
1A18
Underpower Trip Level
1
25000
1
kW
F1
1
1A19
Underpower Trip Delay
1
30
1
s
F1
1
1A1A
Reserved
...
REVERSE
POWER
1A1F
Reserved
1A20
Block Reverse Power From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
1A21
Reverse Power Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1A22
Reverse Power Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1A23
Reverse Power Alarm Level
1
25000
1
kW
F1
1
1A24
Reverse Power Alarm Delay
2
300
1
s
F1
10
0
1A25
Reverse Power Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
1A26
Reverse Power Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1A27
Reverse Power Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1A28
Reverse Power Trip Level
1
25000
1
kW
F1
1
1A29
Reverse Power Trip Delay
2
300
1
s
F1
10
1A2A
Reserved
0
…
TORQUE
SETUP
1A2F
Reserved
1A30
Torque Metering
0
1
1
N/A
FC126
1A31
Stator Resistance
1
50000
1
mΩ
F26
4
1A32
Pole Pairs
2
128
2
-
F1
2
1A33
Torque Unit
0
1
1
-
FC148
0
1A34
Reserved
6
…
1A3F
OVERTORQUE
SETUP
Reserved
1A40
Overtorque Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1A41
Overtorque Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
0
1A42
Torque Alarm Level
10
9999999
1
Nm/ftlb
F10
40000
1A44
Torque Alarm Delay
2
300
1
s
F2
10
1A45
Torque Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1A46
Reserved
0
...
1A7F
TRIP
COUNTER
Reserved
1A80
Trip Counter Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1A81
Trip Counter Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1A82
Trip Counter Alarm Level
1
50000
1
-
F1
25
1A83
Trip Counter Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1A84
Reserved
...
STARTER
FAILURE
1A8F
Reserved
1A90
Starter Failure Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1A91
Starter Type
0
1
1
-
FC125
0
1A92
Starter Failure Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1A93
Starter Failure Alarm Delay
10
1000
10
ms
F1
100
1A94
Supervision of Trip Coil
0
2
1
-
FC142
0
1A95
Starter Failure Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1A96
Reserved
...
1ACF
GE Multilin
Reserved
469 Motor Management Relay
6-35
6.3 MEMORY MAP
6 COMMUNICATIONS
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 25 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
CURRENT
DEMAND
1AD0
1AD1
1AD2
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
Current Demand Period
5
90
1
Current Demand Alarm
0
2
1
min
F1
15
-
FC115
Current Demand Alarm Relays
0
6
0
1
-
FC113
0
1AD3
Current Demand Alarm Level
10
1AD5
Current Demand Alarm Events
0
100000
1
A
F9
100
1
1
-
FC103
1AD6
Reserved
0
15
...
1ADF
kW DEMAND
Reserved
1AE0
kW Demand Period
5
90
1
min
F1
1AE1
kW Demand Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1AE2
kW Demand Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1AE3
kW Demand Alarm Level
1
50000
1
kW
F1
100
1AE4
kW Demand Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1AE5
Reserved
15
...
1AEF
kvar DEMAND
Reserved
1AF0
kvar Demand Period
5
90
1
min
F1
1AF1
kvar Demand Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1AF2
kvar Demand Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1AF3
kvar Demand Alarm Level
1
50000
1
kvar
F1
100
1AF4
kvar Demand Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1AF5
Reserved
...
kVA DEMAND
6
1AFF
Reserved
1B00
kVA Demand Period
5
90
1
min
F1
15
1B01
kVA Demand Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1B02
kVA Demand Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1B03
kVA Demand Alarm Level
1
50000
1
kVA
F1
100
1B04
kVA Demand Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1B05
Reserved
0
...
1B0F
PULSE
OUTPUT
...
Reserved
1B10
Positive kWh Pulse Output Relay
0
3
1
-
FC144
1B11
Positive kWh Pulse Output Interval
1
50000
1
kWh
F1
1
1B12
Positive kvarh Pulse Output Relay
0
3
1
-
FC144
0
1B13
Positive kvarh Pulse Output Interval
1
50000
1
kvarh
F1
1
1B14
Negative kvarh Pulse Output Relay
0
3
1
-
FC144
0
1B15
Negative kvarh Pulse Output Interval
1
50000
1
kvarh
F1
1
1B16
Running Time Pulse Relay
0
3
1
-
FC144
0
1B17
Running Time Pulse Interval
1
50000
1
sec
F1
0
1B18
Reserved
...
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
6-36
1B3F
Reserved
1B40
Analog Output 1 Selection
0
46
1
-
FC127
0
1B41
Analog Output 2 Selection
0
46
1
-
FC127
0
1B42
Analog Output 3 Selection
0
46
1
-
FC127
0
1B43
Analog Output 4 Selection
0
46
1
-
FC127
0
1B44
Phase A Current Minimum
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
1B46
Phase A Current Maximum
0
100000
1
A
F9
100
1B48
Phase B Current Minimum
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
1B4A
Phase B Current Maximum
0
100000
1
A
F9
100
1B4C
Phase C Current Minimum
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
1B4E
Phase C Current Maximum
0
100000
1
A
F9
100
469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
6 COMMUNICATIONS
6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 26 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
continued
1B50
1B52
1B54
AB Line Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
3200
1B55
AB Line Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
4500
1B56
BC Line Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
3200
1B57
BC Line Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
4500
1B58
CA Line Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
3200
GE Multilin
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
Average Phase Current Minimum
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
Average Phase Current Maximum
0
100000
1
A
F9
100
1B59
CA Line Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
4500
1B5A
Average Line Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
3200
1B5B
Average Line Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
4500
1B5C
Phase AN Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
1900
1B5D
Phase AN Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
2500
1B5E
Phase BN Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
1900
1B5F
Phase BN Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
2500
1B60
Phase CN Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
1900
1B61
Phase CN Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
2500
1B62
Average Phase Voltage Minimum
50
20000
1
V
F1
1900
2500
1B63
Average Phase Voltage Maximum
50
20000
1
V
F1
1B64
Hottest Stator RTD Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
1B65
Hottest Stator RTD Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
200
1B66
Hottest Bearing RTD Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
1B67
Hottest Bearing RTD Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
200
1B68
Hottest Ambient RTD Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B69
Hottest Ambient RTD Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
60
1B6A
RTD #1 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B6B
RTD #1 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B6C
RTD #2 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B6D
RTD #2 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B6E
RTD #3 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B6F
RTD #3 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B70
RTD #4 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B71
RTD #4 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B72
RTD #5 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B73
RTD #5 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B74
RTD #6 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B75
RTD #6 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B76
RTD #7 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B77
RTD #7 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B78
RTD #8 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B79
RTD #8 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B7A
RTD #9 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B7B
RTD #9 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B7C
RTD #10 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B7D
RTD #10 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B7E
RTD #11 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B7F
RTD #11 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B80
RTD #12 Minimum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
–50
1B81
RTD #12 Maximum
–50
250
1
°C
F4
250
1B82
Power Factor Minimum
–99
100
1
lead/lag
F21
0.8 lag
1B83
Power Factor Maximum
–99
100
1
lead/lag
F21
0.8lead
1B84
Reactive Power Minimum
–50000
50000
1
kvar
F12
0
1B86
Reactive Power Maximum
–50000
50000
1
kvar
F12
750
1B88
Real Power Minimum
–50000
50000
1
kW
F12
0
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
6 COMMUNICATIONS
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 27 of 34)
GROUP
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
continued
6
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
1000
1B8A
Real Power Maximum
–50000
50000
1
kW
F12
1B8C
Apparent Power Minimum
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
0
1B8D
Apparent Power Maximum
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
1250
1B8E
Thermal Capacity Used Minimum
0
100
1
%used
F1
0
1B8F
Thermal Capacity Used Maximum
0
100
1
%used
F1
100
1B90
Relay Lockout Time Minimum
0
500
1
min
F1
0
1B91
Relay Lockout Time Maximum
0
500
1
min
F1
150
1B92
Current Demand Minimum
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
1B94
Current Demand Maximum
0
100000
1
A
F9
700
1B96
kvar Demand Minimum
0
50000
1
kvar
F1
0
1B97
kvar Demand Maximum
0
50000
1
kvar
F1
1000
1B98
kW Demand Minimum
0
50000
1
kW
F1
0
1B99
kW Demand Maximum
0
50000
1
kW
F1
1250
1B9A
kVA Demand Minimum
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
0
1B9B
kVA Demand Maximum
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
1500
1B9C
Motor Load Minimum
0
2000
1
¥ FLA
F3
0
1B9D
Motor Load Maximum
0
2000
1
¥ FLA
F3
125
1B9E
Analog Input 1 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1BA0
Analog Input 1 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
50000
1BA2
Analog Input 2 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1BA4
Analog Input 2 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
50000
1BA6
Analog Input 3 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1BA8
Analog Input 3 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
50000
1BAA
Analog Input 4 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1BAC
Analog Input 4 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
50000
1BAE
Tachometer Min
100
7200
1
RPM
F1
3500
1BAF
Tachometer Max
100
7200
1
RPM
F1
3700
1BB0
MWh Minimum
0
999999999
1
MWh
F17
50000
1BB2
MWh Maximum
0
999999999
1
MWh
F17
100000
1BB4
Reserved
...
1BBF
...
Reserved
1BC0
Torque Minimum
0
9999999
1
Nm/ftlb
F10
0
1BC2
Torque Maximum
0
9999999
1
Nm/ftlb
F10
0
1BC4
Reserved
…
1BD3
6-38
Reserved
1BD4
Hottest Stator RTD Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
1BD5
Hottest Stator RTD Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
392
1BD6
Hottest Bearing RTD Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
1BC7
Hottest Bearing RTD Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
392
1BD8
Hottest Ambient RTD Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BD9
Hottest Ambient RTD Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
140
1BDA
RTD #1 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BDB
RTD #1 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BDC
RTD #2 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BDD
RTD #2 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BDE
RTD #3 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BDF
RTD #3 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BE0
RTD #4 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BE1
RTD #4 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BE2
RTD #5 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BE3
RTD #5 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
469 Motor Management Relay
GE Multilin
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 28 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
ANALOG
OUTPUTS
continued
1BE4
RTD #6 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BE5
RTD #6 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BE6
RTD #7 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BE7
RTD #7 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BE8
RTD #8 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BE9
RTD #8 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BEA
RTD #9 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BEB
RTD #9 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BEC
RTD #10 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BED
RTD #10 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BEE
RTD #11 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BEF
RTD #11 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BF0
RTD #12 Minimum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
–57
1BF1
RTD #12 Maximum (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
482
1BF2
Reserved
...
1BF7
...
Reserved
1BF8
Analog Input Diff 1-2 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1BFA
Analog Input Diff 1-2 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
100
1BFC
Analog Input Diff 3-4 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1BFE
Analog Input Diff 3-4 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
100
1C00
Reserved
0
3
1
-
FC129
0
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Un’
‘‘
...
1C0A
ANALOG
INPUT 1
Reserved
1C0B
Analog Input 1 Setup
1C0C
Reserved
...
1C0F
Reserved
1C10
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 1 Units
...
1C12
5th and 6th char. of Analog Input 1 Units
0
65535
1
-
F22
1C13
Analog Input 1 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1C15
Analog Input 1 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
100
1C17
Block Analog Input 1 From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
1C18
Analog Input 1 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1C19
Analog Input 1 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1C1A
Analog Input 1 Alarm Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
10
1C1C
Analog Input 1 Alarm Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1C1D
Analog Input 1 Alarm Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1C1E
Analog Input 1 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1C1F
Analog Input 1 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1C20
Analog Input 1 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
20
1C21
Analog Input 1 Trip Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
1C23
Analog Input 1 Trip Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1C24
Analog Input 1 Trip Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1C25
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 1 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘An’
1C2A
11th and 12th char. of Analog Input 1 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
1C2B
Reserved
0
3
1
-
FC129
0
...
...
1C4A
ANALOG
INPUT 2
GE Multilin
Reserved
1C4B
Analog Input 2 Setup
1C4C
Reserved
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 29 of 34)
GROUP
ANALOG
INPUT 2
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Un’
‘‘
...
1C4F
Reserved
1C50
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 2 Units
...
1C52
5th and 6th char. of Analog Input 2 Units
0
65535
1
-
F22
1C53
Analog Input 2 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1C55
Analog Input 2 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
100
1C57
Block Analog Input 2 From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
1C58
Analog Input 2 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1C59
Analog Input 2 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1C5A
Analog Input 2 Alarm Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
10
1C5C
Analog Input 2 Alarm Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1C5D
Analog Input 2 Alarm Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1C5E
Analog Input 2 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1C5F
Analog Input 2 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1C60
Analog Input 2 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
20
1C61
Analog Input 2 Trip Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
1C63
Analog Input 2 Trip Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1C64
Analog Input 2 Trip Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1C65
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 2 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘An’
1C6A
11th and 12th char. of Analog Input 2 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
1C6B
Reserved
0
3
1
-
FC129
0
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Un’
‘‘
...
...
1C8A
ANALOG
INPUT 3
6
Reserved
1C8B
Analog Input 3 Setup
1C8C
Reserved
...
1C8F
Reserved
1C90
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 3 Units
...
1C92
5th and 6th char. of Analog Input 3 Units
0
65535
1
-
F22
1C93
Analog Input 3 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1C95
Analog Input 3 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
100
1C97
Block Analog Input 3 From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
1C98
Analog Input 3 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1C99
Analog Input 3 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1C9A
Analog Input 3 Alarm Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
10
1C9C
Analog Input 3 Alarm Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1C9D
Analog Input 3 Alarm Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1C9E
Analog Input 3 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1C9F
Analog Input 3 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1CA0
Analog Input 3 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1CA1
Analog Input 3 Trip Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
20
1CA3
Analog Input 3 Trip Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1CA4
Analog Input 3 Trip Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1CA5
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 3 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘An’
1CAA
11th and 12th char. of Analog Input 3 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
1CAB
Reserved
...
...
1CCA
6-40
Reserved
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 30 of 34)
GROUP
ANALOG
INPUT 4
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
1CCB
Analog Input 4 Setup
1CCC
Reserved
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
3
1
-
FC129
0
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘Un’
‘‘
...
1CCF
Reserved
1CD0
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 4 Units
...
1CD2
5th and 6th char. of Analog Input 4 Units
0
65535
1
-
F22
1CD3
Analog Input 4 Minimum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
1CD5
Analog Input 4 Maximum
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
100
1CD7
Block Analog Input 4 From Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
1CD8
Analog Input 4 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1CD9
Analog Input 4 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1CDA
Analog Input 4 Alarm Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
10
1CDC
Analog Input 4 Alarm Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1CDD
Analog Input 4 Alarm Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1CDE
Analog Input 4 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1CDF
Analog Input 4 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1CE0
Analog Input 4 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1CE1
Analog Input 4 Trip Level
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
20
1CE3
Analog Input 4 Trip Pickup
0
1
1
-
FC130
0
1CE4
Analog Input 4 Trip Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1CE5
1st and 2nd char. of Analog Input 4 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘An’
1CEA
11th and 12th char. of Analog Input 4 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
1CEB
Reserved
...
...
1CFF
SIMULATION
MODE
...
Reserved
1D00
Simulation Mode
0
3
1
-
FC138
0
1D01
Pre-Fault to Fault Time Delay
0
300
1
s
F1
15
0
Reserved
...
PRE-FAULT
VALUES
1D0F
Reserved
1D10
Pre-Fault Current Phase A
0
2000
1
¥ CT
F3
1D11
Pre-Fault Current Phase B
0
2000
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D12
Pre-Fault Current Phase C
0
2000
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D13
Pre-Fault Ground Current
0
50000
1
A
F2
0
1D14
Pre-Fault Line Voltages
0
110
1
¥ Rated
F3
100
1D15
Pre-Fault Current Lags Voltage
0
359
1
0
F1
0
1D16
Stator RTD Pre-Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D17
Bearing RTD Pre-Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D18
Other RTD Pre-Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D19
Ambient RTD Pre-Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D1A
Pre-Fault System Frequency
450
700
1
Hz
F2
600
1D1B
Pre-Fault Analog Input 1
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D1C
Pre-Fault Analog Input 2
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D1D
Pre-Fault Analog Input 3
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D1E
Pre-Fault Analog Input 4
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D1F
Pre-Fault Differential Current
0
110
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D20
Reserved
...
1D3B
GE Multilin
Reserved
1D3C
Pre-Fault Stator RTD Temperature (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
1D3D
Pre-Fault Bearing RTD Temperature (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
6 COMMUNICATIONS
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 31 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
PRE-FAULT
VALUES ctd
1D3E
Pre-Fault Other RTD Temperature (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
1D3F
Pre-Fault Ambient RTD Temperature (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
FAULT
VALUES
1D40
Fault Current Phase A
0
2000
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D41
Fault Current Phase B
0
2000
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D42
Fault Current Phase C
0
2000
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D43
Fault Ground Current
0
50000
1
A
F2
0
1D44
Fault Line Voltages
0
110
1
¥ Rated
F3
100
1D45
Fault Current Lags Voltage
0
120
30
0
F1
0
1D46
Stator RTD Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D47
Bearing RTD Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D48
Other RTD Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D49
Ambient RTD Fault Temperature
–50
250
1
°C
F4
40
1D4A
Fault System Frequency
450
700
1
Hz
F2
600
1D4B
Fault Analog Input 1
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D4C
Fault Analog Input 2
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D4D
Fault Analog Input 3
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D4E
Fault Analog Input 4
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D4F
Fault Differential Current
0
110
1
¥ CT
F3
0
1D50
Reserved
...
6
TEST
OUTPUT
RELAYS
TEST
ANALOG OUTPUTS
1D7B
Reserved
1D7C
Fault Stator RTD Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
1D7D
Fault Bearing RTD Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
1D7E
Fault Other RTD Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
1D7F
Fault Ambient RTD Temperature (in Fahrenheit)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
104
1D80
Force Operation of Relays
0
8
1
-
FC139
0
1D81
Reserved
...
1D8F
Reserved
1D90
Force Analog Outputs
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
1D91
Analog Output 1 Forced Value
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D92
Analog Output 2 Forced Value
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D93
Analog Output 3 Forced Value
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D94
Analog Output 4 Forced Value
0
100
1
%range
F1
0
1D95
Reserved
...
1DFE
SPEED2
O/L SETUP
6-42
Reserved
1DFF
Speed2 Standard Overload Curve Number
1
15
1
-
F1
4
1E00
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.01 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
174145
1E02
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.05 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
34149
1E04
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.10 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
16667
1E06
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.20 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
7954
1E08
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.30 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
5072
1E0A
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.40 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
3646
1E0C
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
2800
1E0E
Speed2 Time to Trip at 1.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
1697
1E10
Speed2 Time to Trip at 2.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
1166
1E12
Speed2 Time to Trip at 2.25 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
861
1E14
Speed2 Time to Trip at 2.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
666
1E16
Speed2 Time to Trip at 2.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
533
1E18
Speed2 Time to Trip at 3.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
437
1E1A
Speed2 Time to Trip at 3.25 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
366
1E1C
Speed2 Time to Trip at 3.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
311
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 32 of 34)
GROUP
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
SPEED2
O/L SETUP
continued
1E1E
1E20
Speed2 Time to Trip at 3.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
268
Speed2 Time to Trip at 4.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
233
1E22
Speed2 Time to Trip at 4.25 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
205
1E24
Speed2 Time to Trip at 4.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
182
1E26
Speed2 Time to Trip at 4.75 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
162
1E28
Speed2 Time to Trip at 5.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
146
1E2A
Speed2 Time to Trip at 5.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
120
1E2C
Speed2 Time to Trip at 6.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
100
1E2E
Speed2 Time to Trip at 6.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
85
1E30
Speed2 Time to Trip at 7.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
73
1E32
Speed2 Time to Trip at 7.50 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
63
1E34
Speed2 Time to Trip at 8.00 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
1E36
Speed2 Time to Trip at 10.0 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
1E38
Speed2 Time to Trip at 15.0 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
1E3A
Speed2 Time to Trip at 20.0 x FLA
5
999999
1
s
F10
56
1E3C
Reserved
...
1E4F
Reserved
1E50
Speed2 Minimum Allowable Line Voltage
70
95
1
%Rated
F1
80
1E51
Speed2 Stall Current at Min Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
480
200
1E52
Speed2 Safe Stall Time at Min Vline
5
9999
1
s
F2
1E53
Speed2 Accel. Intersect at Min Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
380
1E54
Speed2 Stall Current at 100% Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
600
1E55
Speed2 Safe Stall Time at 100% Vline
5
9999
1
s
F2
100
1E56
Speed2 Accel. Intersect at 100% Vline
200
1500
1
¥ FLA
F3
500
1E57
Reserved
...
SPEED2
UNDER
CURRENT
1E8F
Reserved
1E90
Block Speed2 Undercurrent from Start
0
15000
1
s
F1
0
1E91
Speed2 Undercurrent Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1E92
Reserved
70
1E93
Speed2 Undercurrent Alarm Pickup
10
95
1
¥ FLA
F3
1E94
Speed2 Undercurrent Alarm Delay
1
60
1
s
F1
1
1E95
Speed2 Undercurrent Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1E96
Speed2 Undercurrent Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1E97
Reserved
1E98
Speed2 Undercurrent Trip Pickup
10
99
1
¥ FLA
F3
70
1E99
Speed2 Undercurrent Trip Delay
1
60
1
s
F1
1
1E9A
Reserved
...
SPEED2
ACCELERATION
1EAF
Reserved
1EB0
Speed2 Acceleration Timer From Start
10
2500
1
s
F2
100
1EB1
Acceleration Timer From Speed One to Two
10
2500
1
s
F2
100
1EB2
Speed Switch Trip Speed2 Delay
10
2500
1
s
F2
50
1EB3
Speed2 Rated Speed
100
7200
1
RPM
F1
3600
1EB4
Reserved
...
1EFF
ANALOG
INPUT 1-2
DIFF.
Reserved
1F00
Analog In Differential 1-2 Enable
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
1F01
1st and 2nd char of Analog In Diff 1-2 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘An’
...
GE Multilin
1F06
11th and 12th char of Analog In Diff 1-2 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
1F07
Analog In Differential 1-2 Comparison
0
1
1
-
FC145
0
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6.3 MEMORY MAP
6 COMMUNICATIONS
Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 33 of 34)
GROUP
ANALOG IN
1-2 DIFF
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
0
Analog In Differential 1-2 Logic
0
2
1
-
FC146
1F09
Analog In Differential 1-2 Active When
0
1
1
-
FC147
0
1F0A
Analog In Differential 1-2 Block from Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
0
1F0B
Analog In Differential 1-2 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1F0C
Analog In Differential 1-2 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1F0D
Analog In Differential 1-2 Percent Alarm
0
500
1
%
F1
10
1F0E
Analog In Differential 1-2 Absolute Alarm
0
50000
1
Units
F1
10
1F0F
Analog In Differential 1-2 Alarm Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1F10
Analog In Differential 1-2 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1F11
Analog In Differential 1-2 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1F12
Analog In Differential 1-2 Trip Relays
0
6
1
-
FC111
0
1F13
Analog In Differential 1-2 Percent Trip
0
500
1
%
F1
10
1F14
Analog In Differential 1-2 Absolute Trip
0
50000
1
Units
F1
10
1F15
Analog In Differential 1-2 Trip Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1F16
Reserved
...
6
MIN.
1F08
1F1F
ANALOG
INPUT 3-4
DIFF.
DESCRIPTION
...
Reserved
1F20
Analog In Differential 3-4 Enable
0
1
1
-
FC126
0
1F21
1st and 2nd char of Analog In Diff. 3-4 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘An’
...
1F26
11th and 12th char of Analog In Diff 3-4 Name
0
65535
1
-
F22
‘‘
1F27
Analog In Differential 3-4 Comparison
0
1
1
-
FC145
0
1F28
Analog In Differential 3-4 Logic
0
2
1
-
FC146
0
1F29
Analog In Differential 3-4 Active When
0
1
1
-
FC147
0
1F2A
Analog In Differential 3-4 Block from Start
0
5000
1
s
F1
0
0
1F2B
Analog In Differential 3-4 Alarm
0
2
1
-
FC115
1F2C
Analog In Differential 3-4 Alarm Relays
0
6
1
-
FC113
0
1F2D
Analog In Differential 3-4 Percent Alarm
0
500
1
%
F1
10
1F2E
Analog In Differential 3-4 Absolute Alarm
0
50000
1
Units
F1
10
1F2F
Analog In Differential 3-4 Alarm Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1F30
Analog In Differential 3-4 Alarm Events
0
1
1
-
FC103
0
1F31
Analog In Differential 3-4 Trip
0
2
1
-
FC115
0
1F32
Analog In Differential 3-4 Trip Relays
0
3
1
-
FC111
0
1F33
Analog In Differential 3-4 Percent Trip
0
500
1
%
F1
10
1F34
Analog In Differential 3-4 Absolute Trip
0
50000
1
Units
F1
10
1F35
Analog In Differential 3-4 Trip Delay
1
3000
1
s
F2
1
1F36
Reserved
N/A
...
2FFF
...
Reserved
Event Recorder / Trace Memory (Addresses 3000 -3FFF)
EVENT
RECORDER
6-44
3000
Event Recorder Last Reset (2 words)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
3002
Total Number of Events Since Last Clear
0
65535
1
N/A
F1
0
3003
Event Record Selector (1=newest, 40=oldest)
1
40
1
N/A
F1
1
3004
Cause of Event
0
131
1
-
FC134
0
3005
Time of Event (2 words)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F19
N/A
3007
Date of Event (2 words)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
3009
Motor Speed During Event
0
1
1
-
FC135
0
300A
Event Tachometer RPM
0
3600
1
RPM
F1
0
300B
Event Phase A Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
300D
Event Phase B Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
300F
Event Phase C Current
0
100000
1
A
F9
0
3011
Event Motor Load
0
2000
1
FLA
F3
0
3012
Event Current Unbalance
0
100
1
%
F1
0
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Table 6–1: 469 MEMORY MAP (Sheet 34 of 34)
GROUP
EVENT
RECORDER
continued
ADDR
(HEX)
DESCRIPTION
MIN.
MAX.
STEP
VALUE
UNITS
FORMAT
CODE
DEFAULT
3013
Event Ground Current
0
500000
1
A
F11
0
3015
Event Phase A Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
3016
Event Phase B Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
3017
Event Phase C Differential Current
0
5000
1
A
F1
0
3018
Event Hottest Stator RTD
0
3019
Event Temperature of Hottest Stator RTD
301A
Event Hottest Bearing RTD
301B
Event Temperature of Hottest Bearing RTD
301C
Event Hottest Other RTD
301D
Event Temperature of Hottest Other RTD
301E
Event Hottest Ambient RTD
301F
Event Ambient RTD Temperature
0
12
1
-
F1
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0
12
1
-
F1
0
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0
12
1
-
F1
0
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
0
12
1
-
F1
0
–50
250
1
°C
F4
0
3020
Event Voltage Vab
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
3021
Event Voltage Vbc
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
3022
Event Voltage Vca
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
3023
Event Voltage Van
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
3024
Event Voltage Vbn
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
3025
Event Voltage Vcn
0
20000
1
V
F1
0
3026
Event System Frequency
0
12000
1
Hz
F3
0
3027
Event Real Power
–50000
50000
1
kW
F12
0
3029
Event Reactive Power
–50000
50000
1
kvar
F12
0
302B
Event Apparent Power
0
50000
1
kVA
F1
0
302C
Event Power Factor
–99
100
1
-
F21
0
302D
Event Analog Input #1
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
302F
Event Analog Input #2
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
3031
Event Analog Input #3
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
3033
Event Analog Input #4
–50000
50000
1
-
F12
0
3035
Event Torque
0
9999999
1
Nm/ftlb
F2
0
3037
Reserved
…
30E0
Event Temp. of Hottest Stator RTD (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
30E1
Event Temp. of Hottest Bearing RTD (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
30E2
Event Temp. of Hottest Other RTD (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
30E3
Event Ambient RTD Temperature (in Fahr.)
–58
482
1
°F
F4
32
30E4
Reserved
0
...
30EF
TRACE
MEMORY
Trace Number Selector
1
65535
1
-
F1
30F1
Trace Memory Channel Selector
0
9
1
-
F1
0
30F2
Trace Memory Date
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F18
N/A
30F4
Trace Memory Time
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
F19
N/A
30F6
Trace Trigger Cause
0
131
1
-
FC134
N/A
30F7
Number of Samples per Trace
1
768
1
-
F1
N/A
30F8
Number of Traces Taken
0
65535
1
-
F1
N/A
30F9
Reserved
–32767
32767
1
-
F4
0
–32767
32767
1
-
F4
0
30FF
Reserved
3100
First Trace Memory Sample
...
...
3400
Last Trace Memory Sample
3401
Reserved
...
3FFF
GE Multilin
Reserved
30F0
...
Reserved
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6.3.6 MEMORY MAP FORMAT CODES
Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 1 of 12)
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
F1
UNSIGNED VALUE
16 bits
Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 2 of 12)
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
F15
16 bits
HARDWARE REVISION
Example: 1234 stored as 1234
0000 0000 0000 0001
1=A
F2
0000 0000 0000 0010
2=B
16 bits
UNSIGNED VALUE, 1 DECIMAL PLACE
Example: 123.4 stored as 1234
...
...
F3
0000 0000 0001 1010
26 = Z
16 bits
UNSIGNED VALUE, 2 DECIMAL PLACES
Example: 12.34 stored as 1234
F16
F4
1111 1111 xxxx xxxx
Major Revision Number
0 to 9 in steps of 1
xxxx xxxx 1111 1111
Minor Revision Number (two BCD digits)
00 to 99 in steps of 1
16 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE
16 bits
Example: -1234 stored as -1234 (i.e. 64302)
F5
16 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE
1 DECIMAL PLACES
F6
16 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE
2 DECIMAL PLACES
Example: -12.34 stored as -1234 (i.e. 64302)
F7
16 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE
3 DECIMAL PLACES
Example: -1.234 stored as -1234 (i.e. 64302)
F8
16 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE
4 DECIMAL PLACES
Example: -0.1234 stored as -1234 (i.e. 64302)
F9
32 bits
SOFTWARE REVISION
Example: Revision 2.30 stored as 0230 hex
Example: -123.4 stored as -1234 (i.e. 64302)
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DEFINITION
F17
32 bits
UNSIGNED LONG VALUE
3 DECIMAL PLACES
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Example: 123.456 stored as 123456
(i.e. 1st word: 0001 hex, 2nd word: E240 hex)
F18
32 bits
DATE (MM/DD/YYYY)
1st byte
Month (1 to 12)
2nd byte
Day (1 to 31)
Year (1995 to 2094)
UNSIGNED LONG VALUE
3rd & 4th byte
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Example: Feb 20, 1995 stored as 34867142
(i.e. 1st word: 0214, 2nd word 07C6)
F19
32 bits
TIME (HH:MM:SS:hh)
Example: 123456 stored as 123456
(i.e. 1st word: 0001 hex, 2nd word: E240 hex)
1st byte
Hours (0 to 23)
F10
2nd byte
Minutes (0 to 59)
32 bits
UNSIGNED LONG VALUE
1 DECIMAL PLACE
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Example: 12345.6 stored as 123456
(i.e. 1st word: 0001 hex, 2nd word: E240 hex)
F11
32 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Example: 1234.56 stored as 123456
(i.e. 1st word: 0001 hex, 2nd word: E240 hex)
32 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED LONG VALUE
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Example: -123456 stored as -123456
(i.e. 1st word: FFFE hex, 2nd word: 1DC0 hex)
F13
32 bits
Seconds (0 to 59)
4th byte
Hundreds of seconds (0 to 99)
Example: 2:05pm stored as 235208704
(i.e. 1st word: 0E05, 2nd word 0000)
F20
UNSIGNED LONG VALUE
2 DECIMAL PLACES
1st 16 bits
F12
3rd byte
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED LONG VALUE, 1
DECIMAL PLACE
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
32 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED LONG VALUE
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Note: -1 means “Never”
F21
16 bits
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE
2 DECIMAL PLACES (Power Factor)
<0
Leading Power Factor - Negative
>0
Lagging Power Factor - Positive
Example: Power Factor of 0.87 lag is used as 87 (i.e. 0057)
F22
16 bits
TWO 8-BIT CHARACTERS
PACKED INTO 16-BIT UNSIGNED
MSB
First Character
LSB
Second Character
Example: String ‘AB’ stored as 4142 hex.
F24
32 bits
TIME FORMAT FOR BROADCAST
Example: -12345.6 stored as -123456
(i.e. 1st word: FFFE hex, 2nd word: 1DC0 hex)
1st byte
Hours (0 to 23)
2nd byte
Minutes (0 to 59)
F14
2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED LONG VALUE, 2
DECIMAL PLACES
3rd & 4th bytes
Milliseconds (0 to 59999)
Note: Clock resolution limited to 0.01 sec
1st 16 bits
High Order Word of Long Value
2nd 16 bits
Low Order Word of Long Value
Example: 1:15:48:572 stored as 17808828
(i.e., 1st word 010F, 2nd word BDBC)
32 bits
Example: -1234.56 stored as -123456
(i.e. 1st word: FFFE hex, 2nd word: 1DC0 hex)
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F25
16 bits
UNSIGNED VALUE, 4 DECIMAL PLACES
Example: 0.1234 stored as 1234
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Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 3 of 12)
Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 4 of 12)
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
F26
UNSIGNED VALUE, 3 DECIMAL PLACES
16 bits
DEFINITION
1
Remote Alarm
Example: 1.234 stored as 1234
2
Remote Trip
FC100
3
Speed Switch Trip
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
Celsius
1
FC101
TEMPEATURE DISPLAY UNITS
Fahrenheit
Unsigned
16 bit integer
RS 485 BAUD RATE
0
300 baud
1
1200 baud
2
2400 baud
3
4800 baud
4
9600 baud
5
19200 baud
FC102
Unsigned
16 bit integer
RS 485 PARITY
4
Load Shed Trip
5
Pressure Sw. Alarm
6
Pressure Switch Trip
7
Vibration Sw. Alarm
8
Vibration Sw. Trip
9
Digital Counter
10
Tachometer
11
General Sw. A
12
General Sw. B
13
General Sw. C
14
General Sw. D
15
Capture Trace
Simulate Pre-Fault
0
None
16
1
Odd
17
Simulate Fault
2
Even
18
Simulate Pre-Fault...Fault
OFF / ON or NO/YES SELECTION
FC111
0
Off / No
0
Trip
1
On / Yes
1
Trip & Aux2
GROUND CT TYPE
2
Trip & Aux2 & Aux3
FC103
FC104
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Unsigned
16 bit integer
3
TRIP RELAYS
Trip & Aux3
0
None
1
1 A Secondary
2
5 A Secondary
0
3
50/0.025 CT
1
DIFFERENTIAL CT TYPE
FC113
0
None
0
Alarm
1
1 A Secondary
1
Alarm & Aux2
2
5 A Secondary
2
Alarm & Aux2 & Aux3
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER CONNECTION
TYPE
3
Alarm & Aux3
4
Aux2
0
None
5
Aux2 & Aux3
1
Open Delta
6
2
Wye
FC114
FC105
FC106
FC107
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Unsigned
16 bit integer
FC112
NOMINAL FREQUENCY
Unsigned
16 bit integer
NOT DEFINED
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ALARM RELAYS
Aux3
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
0
60 Hz
1
1
50 Hz
FC115
2
Variable
COUNTER TYPE
Increment
Decrement
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ALARM / TRIP TYPE SELECTION
REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTING
TRANSITION ON
0
Off
1
Latched
0
Current Only
2
1
Current or Timer
FC116
2
Current and Timer
FC108
FC109
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Starter Aux a
1
Starter Aux b
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
GE Multilin
FC117
ASSIGNABLE INPUT FUNCTION
Off
SWITCH TYPE
Normally Open
1
0
FC110
Unlatched
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
STARTER STATUS SWITCH
6
Normally Closed
Unsigned
16 bit integer
RESET MODE
0
All Resets
1
Remote Reset Only
2
Keypad Reset Only
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FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
FC118
SHORT CIRCUIT RELAYS
1
Contactor
Unsigned
16 bit integer
FC126
0
Trip
1
Trip & Aux2
0
2
Trip & Aux2 & Aux3
1
3
Trip & Aux3
FC127
4
Aux2
5
Aux2 & Aux3
6
FC119
Aux3
Unsigned
16 bit integer
BACKUP RELAYS
Unsigned
16 bit integer
DISABLED / ENABLED SELECTION
Disabled
Enabled
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ANALOG OUTPUT PARAMETER SELECTION
0
None
1
Phase A Current
2
Phase B Current
3
Phase C Current
0
Aux2
4
Average Phase Current
1
Aux2 & Aux3
5
AB Line Voltage
2
Aux3
6
BC Line Voltage
RTD TYPE
7
CA Line Voltage
8
Average Line Voltage
FC120
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
100 Ohm Platinum
1
120 Ohm Nickel
2
100 Ohm Nickel
3
10 Ohm Copper
FC121
Unsigned
16 bit integer
RTD APPLICATION
0
None
1
Stator
2
Bearing
3
Ambient
4
Other
9
Phase AN Voltage
10
Phase BN Voltage
11
Phase CN Voltage
12
Average Phase Voltage
13
Hottest Stator RTD
14
Hottest Bearing RTD
15
Ambient RTD
16
RTD #1
17
RTD #2
18
RTD #3
19
RTD #4
20
RTD #5
RTD #1
21
RTD #6
2
RTD #2
22
RTD #7
3
RTD #3
23
RTD #8
4
RTD #4
24
RTD #9
5
RTD #5
25
RTD #10
6
RTD #6
26
RTD #11
7
RTD #7
27
RTD #12
8
RTD #8
28
Power Factor
9
RTD #9
29
Reactive Power
10
RTD #10
30
Real Power (kW)
11
RTD #11
31
Apparent Power
12
RTD #12
32
Thermal Capacity Used
ALARM STATUS
33
Relay Lockout Time
FC122
6
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Unsigned
16 bit integer
1
FC123
Unsigned
16 bit integer
RTD VOTING SELECTION
34
Current Demand
0
Off
35
kvar Demand
1
Not Active
36
kW Demand
2
Timing Out
37
kVA Demand
3
Active
38
Motor Load
4
Latched
39
Analog Input 1
PHASE ROTATION AT MOTOR TERMINALS
40
Analog Input 2
41
Analog Input 3
FC124
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
ABC
1
BAC
FC125
0
6-48
Unsigned
16 bit integer
STARTER TYPE
Breaker
42
Analog Input 4
43
Tachometer
44
MWhrs
45
Analog In Diff 1-2
46
Analog In Diff 3-4
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Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 7 of 12)
Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 8 of 12)
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
FC128
PROTECTION CURVE STYLE SELECTION
23
RTD 2 Trip
24
RTD 3 Trip
25
RTD 4 Trip
26
RTD 5 Trip
27
RTD 6 Trip
28
RTD 7 Trip
29
RTD 8 Trip
30
RTD 9 Trip
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
Standard
1
Custom
2
Voltage Dependent
FC129
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ANALOG INPUT SELECTION
0
Disabled
1
4-20 mA
2
0-20 mA
3
FC130
0-1 mA
Unsigned
16 bit integer
PICKUP TYPE
31
RTD 10 Trip
32
RTD 11 Trip
33
RTD 12 Trip
34
Undervoltage Trip
Overvoltage Trip
0
Over
35
1
Under
36
Phase Reversal Trip
INPUT SWITCH STATUS
37
Volt. Frequency Trip
FC131
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
1
FC132
Unsigned
16 bit integer
38
Power Factor Trip
Open
39
Reactive Power Trip
Shorted
40
Underpower Trip
TRIP COIL SUPERVISION STATUS
41
Analog I/P 1 Trip
42
Analog I/P 2 Trip
43
Analog I/P 3 Trip
0
No Coil
1
Coil
FC133
Unsigned
16 bit integer
MOTOR STATUS
44
Analog I/P 4 Trip
45
Single Phasing Trip
0
Stopped
46
Reverse Power Trip
1
Starting
47
Field Circuit Open Trip
2
Running
48
Analog Differential 1-2 Trip
3
Overloaded
49
Analog Differential 3-4 Trip
Tripped
50
----
CAUSE OF EVENT /
CAUSE OF LAST TRIP (UP TO 45)
51
Remote Alarm
52
Pressure Sw. Alarm
0
No Event / No Trip To Date
53
Vibration Sw. Alarm
1
Incomplete Sequence Trip
54
Counter Alarm
2
Remote Trip
55
Tachometer Alarm
3
Speed Switch Trip
56
General Sw. A Alarm
4
Load Shed Trip
57
General Sw. B Alarm
5
Pressure Sw. Trip
58
General Sw. C Alarm
6
Vibration Sw. Trip
59
General Sw. D Alarm
7
Tachometer Trip
60
Thermal Model Alarm
8
General Sw. A Trip
61
Overload Alarm
9
General Sw. B Trip
62
Undercurrent Alarm
10
General Sw. C Trip
63
Current U/B Alarm
11
General Sw. D Trip
64
Ground Fault Alarm
12
Overload Trip
65
RTD 1 Alarm
13
Short Circuit Trip
66
RTD 2 Alarm
14
Short Circuit Backup
67
RTD 3 Alarm
15
Mechanical Jam Trip
68
RTD 4 Alarm
16
Undercurrent Trip
69
RTD 5 Alarm
17
Current U/B Trip
70
RTD 6 Alarm
18
Ground Fault Trip
71
RTD 7 Alarm
19
Ground Fault Backup
72
RTD 8 Alarm
20
Differential Trip
73
RTD 9 Alarm
21
Acceleration Trip
74
RTD 10 Alarm
22
RTD 1 Trip
75
RTD 11 Alarm
4
FC134
Unsigned
16 bit integer
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Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 9 of 12)
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
76
RTD 12 Alarm
133
R1 Relay Forced
77
Open RTD Alarm
134
R2 Relay Forced
78
Short/Low RTD Alarm
135
R3 Relay Forced
79
Undervoltage Alarm
136
R4 Relay Forced
80
Overvoltage Alarm
137
R5 Relay Forced
81
Volt. Frequency Alarm
138
Force R1 Disabled
82
Power Factor Alarm
139
Force R2 Disabled
83
Reactive Power Alarm
140
Force R3 Disabled
84
Underpower Alarm
141
Force R4 Disabled
85
Trip Counter Alarm
142
Force R5 Disabled
86
Starter Failed Alarm
143
87
Current Demand Alarm
FC135
88
kW Demand Alarm
89
kvar Demand Alarm
90
kVA Demand Alarm
91
Broken Rotor Bar
92
Analog I/P 1 Alarm
93
Analog I/P 2 Alarm
94
Analog I/P 3 Alarm
95
Analog I/P 4 Alarm
96
Reverse Power Alarm
97
Incomplete Sequence Alarm
98
Analog Differential 1-2 Alarm
99
Analog Differential 3-4 Alarm
Motor Started
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
Low Speed (Speed 1)
1
FC136
MOTOR SPEED
High Speed (Speed 2)
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ORDER CODE
Bit 0
0 - Code P5 (5A phase CT),
1 - Code P1 (1A phase CT)
Bit 1
0 - Code HI (High Voltage Power Supply),
1 - Code LO (Low Voltage Power Supply)
Bit 2
0 - Code A20 (4-20 mA Analog Outputs),
1 - Code A1 (0-1 mA Analog Outputs)
FC137
Unsigned
16 bit integer
CONTROL RELAYS FOR REDUCED
VOLTAGE STARTING
0
Auxiliary 2
Ø
1
Auxiliary 2 & Auxiliary 3
101
Service Alarm
2
102
Control Power Lost
FC138
103
Cont. Power Applied
Ø
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Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 10 of 12)
Auxiliary 3
Unsigned
16 bit integer
SIMULATION MODE
104
Emergency Rst. Close
0
Off
105
Emergency Rst. Open
1
Simulate Pre-Fault
106
Start While Blocked
2
Simulate Fault
107
Relay Not Inserted
3
Pre-Fault to Fault
108
Trip Coil Super.
FC139
109
Breaker Failure
110
Welded Contactor
111
Simulation Started
112
Simulation Stopped
Ø
Ø
Unsigned
16 bit integer
FORCE OPERATION OF RELAYS
0
Disabled
1
R1 Trip
2
R2 Auxiliary
3
R3 Auxiliary
4
R4 Alarm
5
R5 Block Start
6
R6 Service
7
All Relays
118
Digital Trace Trigger
119
Serial Trace Trigger
120
RTD 1 High Alarm
121
RTD 2 High Alarm
122
RTD 3 High Alarm
123
RTD 4 High Alarm
124
RTD 5 High Alarm
bit 0
Relay in Service
125
RTD 6 High Alarm
bit 1
Active Trip Condition
126
RTD 7 High Alarm
bit 2
Active Alarm Condition
127
RTD 8 High Alarm
bit 3
Reserved
128
RTD 9 High Alarm
bit 4
Reserved
129
RTD 10 High Alarm
bit 5
Reserved
130
RTD 11 High Alarm
bit 6
Reserved
131
RTD 12 High Alarm
bit 7
Reserved
132
Overtorque Alarm
bit 8
Motor Stopped
6-50
8
FC140
No Relays
Unsigned
16 bit integer
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Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 11 of 12)
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
Table 6–2: MEMORY MAP DATA FORMATS (Sheet 12 of 12)
DEFINITION
FORMAT TYPE
CODE
DEFINITION
bit 9
Motor Starting
FC144
PULSED OUTPUT RELAY SELECTION
bit 10
Motor Running
bit 11
Overload Pickup
bit 12
Unbalance Pickup
bit 13
Ground Pickup
bit 14
FC141
bit 0
OUTPUT RELAY STATUS
FC146
R2 Auxiliary
bit 2
R3 Auxiliary
bit 3
R4 Alarm
bit 4
R5 Block Start
bit 5
R6 Service
bit 6 – bit 15
Not Used
FC142
TRIP COIL SUPERVISION SELECTION
Disabled
1
S2 Close
2
FC143
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Auxiliary3
Alarm
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ANALOG IN DIFFERENTIAL COMPARISON
% Difference
1
bit 1
0
Auxiliary2
2
0
R1 Trip
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Off
1
FC145
Loss of Load
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
3
Hot RTD
bit 15
Unsigned
16 bit integer
Absolute Difference
Unsigned
16 bit integer
ANALOG IN DIFFERENTIAL LOGIC
0
1>2 (or 3>4)
1
2>1 (or 4>3)
2
FC147
1<>2 (or 3<>4)
Unsigned
16 bit integer
0
Always
1
FC148
S2 Open/Close
0
SINGLE VT SELECTION
1
FC149
ANALOG IN DIFFERENTIAL ACTIVE WHEN
Start/Run
Unsigned
16 bit integer
TORQUE DISPLAY UNITS
Newton-meter
Foot-pound
Unsigned
16 bit integer
UNDERVOLTAGE TRIP MODE
0
Off
1
AN (Wye) AB (Delta)
0
1-Phase
2
BN (Wye) BC (Delta)
1
3-Phase
3
CN (Wye) N/A (Delta)
6
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7.1 OVERVIEW
7 TESTING 7.1OVERVIEW
7.1.1 TEST SETUP
The purpose of this testing description is to demonstrate the procedures necessary to perform a complete functional test of
all the 469 hardware while also testing firmware/hardware interaction in the process. Since the 469 is packaged in a drawout case, a demo case (metal carry case in which an 469 may be mounted) may be useful for creating a portable test set.
Testing of the relay during commissioning using a primary injection test set will ensure that CTs and wiring are correct and
complete.
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Figure 7–1: SECONDARY INJECTION TEST SETUP
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7.2 HARDWARE FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7 TESTING
7.2HARDWARE FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.2.1 PHASE CURRENT ACCURACY TEST
The 469 specification for phase current accuracy is ±0.5% of 2 × CT when the injected current is less than 2 × CT. Perform
the steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
Alter the following setpoint:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING Ö PHASE CT PRIMARY: “1000
2.
A”
Measured values should be ±10 A. Inject the values shown in the table below and verify accuracy of the measured values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
INJECTED
CURRENT
1 A UNIT
INJECTED
CURRENT
5 A UNIT
EXPECTED
CURRENT
READING
0.1 A
0.5 A
100 A
0.2 A
1.0 A
200 A
0.5 A
2.5 A
500 A
1.0 A
5.0 A
1000 A
1.5 A
7.5 A
1500 A
2.0 A
10 A
2000 A
MEASURED
CURRENT
PHASE A
MEASURED
CURRENT
PHASE B
MEASURED
CURRENT
PHASE C
7.2.2 VOLTAGE INPUT ACCURACY TEST
The 469 specification for voltage input accuracy is ±0.5% of full scale (273 V). Perform the steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING Ö VT CONNECTION TYPE: “Wye”
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING ÖØ VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER RATIO: “10.00:1”
2.
Measured values should be ±13.65 V. Apply the voltage values shown in the table and verify accuracy of the measured
values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA ÖØ VOLTAGE METERING
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APPLIED
LINE-NEUTRAL
VOLTAGE
EXPECTED VOLTAGE
READING
30 V
300 V
50 V
500 V
100 V
1000 V
150 V
1500 V
200 V
2000 V
270 V
2700 V
MEASURED VOLTAGE
A-N
MEASURED VOLTAGE
B-N
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MEASURED VOLTAGE
C-N
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7.2 HARDWARE FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.2.3 GROUND AND DIFFERENTIAL ACCURACY TEST
The 469 specification for differential current and 1 A/5 A ground current input accuracy is ±0.5% of 1 × CT for the 5 A input
and 0.5% of 5 × CT for the 1 A input. Perform the steps below to verify accuracy.
a) 5 A INPUT
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ GROUND CT: 5A Secondary
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ GROUND CT PRIMARY: 1000 A
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT: 5A Secondary
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT PRIMARY: 1000 A
2.
Measured values should be ±5 A. Inject the values shown in the table below into one phase only and verify accuracy of
the measured values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
INJECTED
CURRENT
5 A UNIT
EXPECTED
CURRENT
READING
0.5 A
100 A
1.0 A
200 A
2.5 A
500 A
5.0 A
1000 A
MEASURED
GROUND
CURRENT
MEASURED DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT
PHASE A
PHASE B
PHASE C
b) 1 A INPUT
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ GROUND CT: 1A Secondary
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ GROUND CT PRIMARY: 1000 A
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT: 1A Secondary
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT PRIMARY: 1000
2.
A
Measured values should be ±25 A. Inject the values shown in the table below into one phase only and verify accuracy
of the measured values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
INJECTED
CURRENT
1 A UNIT
EXPECTED
CURRENT
READING
0.1 A
100 A
0.2 A
200 A
0.5 A
500 A
1.0 A
1000 A
GE Multilin
MEASURED
GROUND
CURRENT
MEASURED DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT
PHASE A
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PHASE B
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7.2.4 GE MULTILIN 50:0.025 GROUND ACCURACY TEST
The 469 specification for GE Multilin 50:0.025 ground current input accuracy is ±0.5% of CT rated primary (25 A). Perform
the steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
Alter the following setpoint:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ GROUND CT: “50:0.025”
2.
Measured values should be ±0.125 A. Inject the values shown in the table below either as primary values into a GE
Multilin 50:0.025 Core Balance CT or as secondary values that simulate the core balance CT. Verify accuracy of the
measured values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
PRIMARY INJECTED
CURRENT
SECONDARY
INJECTED CURRENT
EXPECTED
CURRENT READING
0.25 A
0.125 mA
0.25 A
1A
0.5 mA
1.00 A
10 A
5 mA
10.00 A
25 A
12.5 mA
25.00 A
MEASURED
GROUND CURRENT
7.2.5 RTD ACCURACY TEST
The 469 specification for RTD input accuracy is ±2°. Perform the steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S8 RTD TEMPERATURE Ö RTD TYPES Ö STATOR RTD TYPE: “100 Ohm Platinum” (select desired type)
S8 RTD TEMPERATURE ÖØ RTD #1 Ö RTD #1 APPLICATION: “Stator” (repeat setting for RTDs 2 through
2.
12)
Measured values should be ±2°C or ±4°F. Alter the resistances applied to the RTD inputs as per the table below to simulate RTDs and verify accuracy of the measured values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA ÖØ TEMPERATURE
Table 7–1: 100 Ω PLATINUM TEST
7
APPLIED
RESISTANCE
100 Ω
PLATINUM
7-4
EXPECTED RTD TEMPERATURE
READING
°CELSIUS
°FAHRENHEIT
–58°F
80.31 Ω
–50°C
100.00 Ω
0°C
32°F
119.39 Ω
50°C
122°F
138.50 Ω
100°C
212°F
157.32 Ω
150°C
302°F
175.84 Ω
200°C
392°F
194.08 Ω
250°C
482°F
MEASURED RTD TEMPERATURE
SELECT ONE: ____(°C) ____(°F)
1
2
3
4
5
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7
8
9
10
11
12
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Table 7–2: 120 Ω NICKEL TEST
APPLIED
RESISTANCE
120 Ω NICKEL
EXPECTED RTD TEMPERATURE
READING
°CELSIUS
°FAHRENHEIT
86.17 Ω
–50°C
–58°F
120.00 Ω
0°C
32°F
157.74 Ω
50°C
122°F
200.64 Ω
100°C
212°F
248.95 Ω
150°C
302°F
303.46 Ω
200°C
392°F
366.53 Ω
250°C
482°F
MEASURED RTD TEMPERATURE
SELECT ONE: ____(°C) ____(°F)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
Table 7–3: 100 Ω NICKEL TEST
APPLIED
RESISTANCE
100 Ω NICKEL
EXPECTED RTD TEMPERATURE
READING
°CELSIUS
°FAHRENHEIT
71.81 Ω
–50°C
–58°F
100.00 Ω
0°C
32°F
131.45 Ω
50°C
122°F
167.20 Ω
100°C
212°F
207.45 Ω
150°C
302°F
252.88 Ω
200°C
392°F
305.44 Ω
250°C
482°F
MEASURED RTD TEMPERATURE
SELECT ONE: ____(°C) ____(°F)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Table 7–4: 10 Ω COPPER TEST
EXPECTED RTD TEMPERATURE
APPLIED
READING
RESISTANCE 10
Ω COPPER
°CELSIUS
°FAHRENHEIT
7.10 Ω
–50°C
–58°F
9.04 Ω
0°C
32°F
10.97 Ω
50°C
122°F
12.90 Ω
100°C
212°F
14.83 Ω
150°C
302°F
16.78 Ω
200°C
392°F
18.73 Ω
250°C
482°F
GE Multilin
MEASURED RTD TEMPERATURE
SELECT ONE: ____(°C) ____(°F)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
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7.2.6 DIGITAL INPUTS AND TRIP COIL SUPERVISION
The digital inputs and trip coil supervision can be verified easily with a simple switch or pushbutton. Verify the SWITCH +24
V DC with a voltmeter. Perform the steps below to verify functionality of the digital inputs.
1.
Open switches of all of the digital inputs and the trip coil supervision circuit.
2.
View the status of the digital inputs and trip coil supervision in:
ACTUAL VALUES Ö A1 STATUS ÖØ DIGITAL INPUTS
3.
Close switches of all of the digital inputs and the trip coil supervision circuit.
4.
View the status of the digital inputs and trip coil supervision in:
A1 STATUS ÖØ DIGITAL INPUTS
INPUT
EXPECTED STATUS
(SWITCH OPEN)
PASS /
FAIL
EXPECTED STATUS
(SWITCH CLOSED)
ACCESS
Open
Shorted
TEST
Open
Shorted
STARTER STATUS
Open
Shorted
EMERGENCY RESTART
Open
Shorted
REMOTE RESET
Open
Shorted
ASSIGNABLE INPUT 1
Open
Shorted
ASSIGNABLE INPUT 2
Open
Shorted
ASSIGNABLE INPUT 3
Open
Shorted
Open
Shorted
No Coil
Coil
ASSIGNABLE INPUT 4
TRIP COIL SUPERVISION
PASS /
FAIL
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7.2 HARDWARE FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.2.7 ANALOG INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
The 469 specification for analog input and analog output accuracy is ±1% of full scale. Perform the steps below to verify
accuracy. Verify the Analog Input +24 V DC with a voltmeter.
a) 4-20 MA
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 Ö ANALOG INPUT1: “4-20 mA”
S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 MINIMUM: “0”
S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 MAXIMUM: “1000”
2.
(repeat this value for Analog Inputs 2 to 4)
Analog output values should be ±0.2 mA on the ammeter. Measured analog input values should be ±10 units. Force
the analog outputs using the following setpoints:
S13 TESTING ÖØ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT Ö FORCE ANALOG OUTPUTS FUNCTION:
S13 TESTING ÖØ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT ÖØ ANALOG OUTPUT 1 FORCED VALUE:
“Enabled”
“0%”
(enter desired value in percent; repeat for Analog Outputs 2 through 4)
3.
Verify the ammeter readings as well as the measured analog input readings. For the purposes of testing, the analog
input is fed in from the analog output (see Figure 7–1: Secondary Injection Test Setup on page 7–1). View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA ÖØ ANALOG INPUTS
ANALOG
OUTPUT
FORCE
VALUE
EXPECTED
AMMETER
READING
MEASURED AMMETER READING
(MA)
1
2
3
4
EXPECTED
ANALOG INPUT
READING
0%
4 mA
0 mA
25%
8 mA
250 mA
50%
12 mA
500 mA
75%
16 mA
750 mA
100%
20 mA
1000 mA
MEASURED ANALOG INPUT
READING (UNITS)
1
2
3
4
b) 0-1 MA
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 Ö ANALOG INPUT1: “0-1 mA”
S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 MINIMUM: “0”
S12 ANALOG I/O ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 ÖØ ANALOG INPUT1 MAXIMUM: “1000”
2.
7
(repeat for Analog Inputs 2 to 4)
Analog output values should be ±0.01 mA on the ammeter. Measured analog input values should be ±10 units. Force
the analog outputs using the following setpoints:
S13 TESTING ÖØ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT Ö FORCE ANALOG OUTPUTS FUNCTION:
S13 TESTING ÖØ TEST ANALOG OUTPUT ÖØ ANALOG OUTPUT 1 FORCED VALUE:
“Enabled”
“0%”
(enter desired percent, repeats for analog output 2-4)
3.
Verify the ammeter readings as well as the measured analog input readings. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA ÖØ ANALOG INPUTS
ANALOG
OUTPUT
FORCE
VALUE
EXPECTED
AMMETER
READING
MEASURED AMMETER READING
(MA)
1
2
3
4
EXPECTED
ANALOG INPUT
READING
0%
0 mA
0 mA
25%
0.25 mA
250 mA
50%
0.50 mA
500 mA
75%
0.75 mA
750 mA
100%
1.00 mA
1000 mA
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469 Motor Management Relay
MEASURED ANALOG INPUT
READING (UNITS)
1
2
3
4
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7.2.8 OUTPUT RELAYS
To verify the functionality of the output relays, perform the following steps:
1.
Using the setpoint:
S13 TESTING ÖØ TEST OUTPUT RELAYS Ö FORCE OPERATION OF RELAYS: “R1
Trip”
select and store values as per the table below, verifying operation
FORCE
OPERATION
SETPOINT
EXPECTED MEASUREMENT
FOR SHORT
R1
R2
R3
R4
ACTUAL MEASUREMENT
FOR SHORT
R5
R6
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC NO NC
R1 Trip
R2 Auxiliary
R3 Auxiliary
R4 Alarm
R5 Block Start
R6 Service
All Relays
No Relays
R6 Service relay is failsafe or energized normally, operating R6 causes it to de-energize.
NOTE
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7.3 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.3ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONAL TESTING
7.3.1 OVERLOAD CURVE TEST
The 469 specification for overload curve timing accuracy is ±100 ms or ±2% of time to trip. Pickup accuracy is as per the
current inputs (±0.5% of 2 × CT when the injected current is less than 2 × CT and ±1% of 20 × CT when the injected current
is ≥ 2 × CT). Perform the steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING Ö PHASE CT PRIMARY: “1000”
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS FLA:
“1000”
S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL Ö SELECT CURVE STYLE: “Standard”
S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL ÖØ OVERLOAD PICKUP LEVEL: “1.10”
S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL ÖØ UNBALANCE BIAS K FACTOR: “0”
S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL ÖØ HOT/COLD SAFE STALL RATIO: “1.00”
S5 THERMAL MODEL Ö THERMAL MODEL ÖØ ENABLE RTD BIASING: “No”
S5 THERMAL MODEL ÖØ O/L CURVE SETUP Ö STANDARD OVERLOAD CURVE NUMBER:
2.
“4”
Any trip must be reset prior to each test. Short the emergency restart terminals momentarily immediately prior to each
overload curve test to ensure that the thermal capacity used is zero. Failure to do so will result in shorter trip times.
Inject the current of the proper amplitude to obtain the values as shown and verify the trip times. Motor load may be
viewed in:
A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
3.
Thermal capacity used and estimated time to trip may be viewed in:
A1 STATUS Ö MOTOR STATUS
AVERAGE PHASE
CURRENT
DISPLAYED
PICKUP LEVEL
EXPECTED
TIME TO TRIP
TOLERANCE RANGE
1050 A
1.05
never
n/a
1200 A
1.20
795.44 sec.
779.53 to 811.35 sec.
1750 A
1.75
169.66 sec.
166.27 to 173.05 sec.
3000 A
3.00
43.73 sec.
42.86 to 44.60 sec.
6000 A
6.00
9.99 sec.
9.79 to 10.19 sec.
10000 A
10.00
5.55 sec.
5.44 to 5.66 sec.
MEASURED
TIME TO TRIP
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7.3.2 POWER MEASUREMENT TEST
The specification for reactive and apparent power is ±1% of
steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
3 ×2 × CT × VT × VT full scale at Iavg < 2 × CT. Perform the
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING Ö PHASE CT PRIMARY: “1000”
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING Ö VT CONNECTION TYPE: “Wye”
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING ÖØ VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER RATIO: “10.00:1”
2.
Inject current and apply voltage as per the table below. Verify accuracy of the measured values. View the measured
values in:
A2 METERING DATA ÖØ POWER METERING
INJECTED CURRENT
1A UNIT, APPLIED
VOLTAGE (IA IS THE
REFERENCE
VECTOR)
INJECTED CURRENT
5A UNIT, APPLIED
VOLTAGE (IA IS THE
REFERENCE
VECTOR)
Ia = 1 A ∠0°
Ib = 1 A ∠120°
Ic = 1 A ∠240°
Va = 120 V ∠342°
Vb = 120 V ∠102°
Vc = 120 V ∠222°
Ia = 5 A ∠0°
Ib = 5 A ∠120°
Ic = 5 A ∠240°
Ia = 120 V ∠342°
Vb = 120 V ∠102°
Vc = 120 V ∠222°
Ia = 1 A ∠0°
Ib = 1 A ∠120°
Ic = 1 A ∠240°
Va = 120 V ∠288°
Vb = 120 V ∠48°
Vc = 120 V ∠168°
Ia = 5 A ∠0°
Ib = 5 A ∠120°
Ic = 5 A ∠240°
Va = 120 V ∠288°
Vb = 120 V ∠48°
Vc = 120 V ∠168°
MEASURED
POWER
QUANTITY
EXPECTED
POWER
FACTOR
EXPECTED
LEVEL OF
POWER
QUANTITY
TOLERANCE
RANGE OF
POWER
QUANTITY
+ 3424 kW
3329
to
3519
kW
0.95 lag
+ 3424 kvar
3329
to
3519
kvar
0.31 lag
MEASURED
POWER
FACTOR
7.3.3 UNBALANCE TEST
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The 469 measures the ratio of negative sequence current (I2) to positive sequence current (I1). This value as a percent is
used as the unbalance level when motor load exceeds FLA. When the average phase current is below FLA, the unbalance
value is derated to prevent nuisance tripping as positive sequence current is much smaller and negative sequence current
remains relatively constant. The derating formula is:
I 2 I avg
---- × ----------- × 100%
I 1 FLA
POWER SYSTEM
VECTOR
CONVENTION
Ia=780A
@ 0°
(EQ 7.1)
MATHEMATICAL
VECTOR
CONVENTION
Ic=1000A
@ 113°
Ia=780A
@ 0°
Ic=1000A
@ 247°
Ib=1000A
@ 113°
Ib=1000A
@ -113°
Figure 7–2: THREE PHASE EXAMPLE FOR UNBALANCE CALCULATION
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7.3 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONAL TESTING
Symmetrical component analysis of vectors using the mathematical vector convention yields a ratio of negative sequence
current to positive sequence current as shown:
1
2
I 2 --3- ( I a + a I b + aI c )
---- = -------------------------------------------I1 1
--- ( I a + aI b + a 2 I c )
3
where a = 1 ∠120° = – 0.5 + j0.886
(EQ 7.2)
Given the values in the figure above, we have:
2
I2
∠0° + ( 1 ∠120° ) ( 1000 ∠– 113° ) + ( 1 ∠120° ) ( 1000 ∠113° -)
---- = 780
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2
I1
780 ∠0° + ( 1 ∠120° ) ( 1000 ∠– 113° ) + ( 1 ∠120° ) ( 1000 ∠113° )
∠0° + 1000 ∠127° + 1000 ∠233°- = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------780 – 601.8 + j798.6 – 601.8 – j798.6- = –----------------423.6- = – 0.1532
= 780
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------780 ∠0° + 1000 ∠7° + 1000 ∠353°
780 + 992.5 + j121.9 + 992.5 – j121.9
2765
(EQ 7.3)
If FLA = 1000, then:
780 + 1000 + 1000
I avg = ------------------------------------------------- A = 926.7 A
3
(EQ 7.4)
and since I avg = 926.7 A < 1000 = FLA the 469 unbalance is:
926.7
469 Unbalance = – 0.1532 × --------------- × 100% = 14.2%
1000
(EQ 7.5)
The 469 specification for unbalance accuracy is ±2%. Perform the steps below to verify accuracy.
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING Ö PHASE CT PRIMARY: “1000 A”
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING ÖØ MOTOR FULL LOAD AMPS FLA:
2.
“1000 A”
Inject the values shown in the table below and verify accuracy of the measured values. View the measured values in:
A2 METERING DATA Ö CURRENT METERING
INJECTED CURRENT
EXPECTED UNBALANCE
LEVEL
1 A UNIT
5 A UNIT
Ia = 0.78 A ∠0°
Ib = 1 A ∠247°
Ic = 1 A ∠113°
Ia = 3.9 A ∠0°
Ib = 5 A ∠247°
Ic = 5 A ∠113°
14%
Ia = 1.56 A ∠0°
Ib = 2 A ∠247°
Ic = 2 A ∠113°
Ia = 7.8 A ∠0°
Ib = 10 A ∠247°
Ic = 10 A ∠113°
15%
Ia = 0.39 A ∠0°
Ib = 0.5 A ∠247°
Ic = 0.5 A ∠113°
Ia = 1.95 A ∠0°
Ib = 2.5 A ∠247°
Ic = 2.5 A ∠113°
7%
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MEASURED UNBALANCE LEVEL
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7.3.4 VOLTAGE PHASE REVERSAL TEST
The 469 can detect voltage phase rotation and protect against phase reversal. To test the phase reversal element, perform
the following steps:
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ VOLTAGE SENSING Ö VT CONNECTION TYPE: “Wye” or “Delta”
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ÖØ POWER SYSTEM ÖØ SYSTEM PHASE SEQUENCE: “ABC”
S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS ÖØ PHASE REVERSAL Ö PHASE REVERSAL TRIP: “Latched”
S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS ÖØ PHASE REVERSAL ÖØ ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS: “Trip”
2.
Apply voltages as per the table below. Verify the 469 operation on voltage phase reversal.
APPLIED VOLTAGE
EXPECTED RESULT
NO TRIP
PHASE REVERSAL TRIP
Va = 120 V ∠0°
Vb = 120 V ∠120°
Vc = 120 V ∠240°
Va = 120 V ∠0°
Vb = 120 V ∠240°
Vc = 120 V ∠120°
OBSERVED RESULT
NO TRIP
PHASE REVERSAL TRIP
7.3.5 SHORT CIRCUIT TEST
The 469 specification for short circuit timing is +50 ms. The pickup accuracy is as per the phase current inputs. Perform the
steps below to verify the performance of the short circuit element.
1.
Alter the following setpoints:
S2 SYSTEM SETUP Ö CURRENT SENSING Ö PHASE CT PRIMARY:
“1000”
S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS Ö SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP Ö SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP: “On”
S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS Ö SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP ÖØ ASSIGN TRIP RELAYS: “Trip”
S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS Ö SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP ÖØ SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP PICKUP:
S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS Ö SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP ÖØ INTENTIONAL S/C DELAY: “0”
2.
“5.0 × CT”
Inject current as per the table below, resetting the unit after each trip by pressing the RESET key, and verify timing
accuracy. Pre-trip values may be viewed by pressing NEXT after each trip.
7
INJECTED CURRENT
7-12
EXPECTED TIME TO
TRIP
5 A UNIT
1 A UNIT
30 A
6A
< 50 ms
40 A
8A
< 50 ms
50 A
10 A
< 50 ms
MEASURED TIME TO
TRIP
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APPENDIX A
A.1 TWO-PHASE CT CONFIGURATION
APPENDIX A APPENDIX AA.1 TWO-PHASE CT CONFIGURATION
A.1.1 DESCRIPTION
A
This appendix illustrates how two CTs may be used to sense three phase currents.
The proper configuration for the use of two CTs rather than three to detect phase current is shown. Each of the two CTs
acts as a current source. The current that comes out of the CT on phase A flows into the interposing CT on the relay
marked A. From there, the current sums with the current that is flowing from the CT on phase C which has just passed
through the interposing CT on the relay marked C. This ‘summed’ current flows through the interposing CT marked B and
from there, the current splits up to return to its respective source (CT). Polarity is very important since the value of
phase B must be the negative equivalent of A + C in order for the sum of all the vectors to equate to zero. Note that
there is only one ground connection as shown. If two ground connections are made, a parallel path for current has been
created.
A
B
C
:5
A
:COM
:5
B
:COM
:5
C
:COM
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In the two CT configuration, the currents will sum vectorially at the common point of the two CTs. The diagram illustrates the
two possible configurations. If one phase is reading high by a factor of 1.73 on a system that is known to be balanced, simply reverse the polarity of the leads at one of the two phase CTs (taking care that the CTs are still tied to ground at some
point). Polarity is important.
60°
1.73
1
1
60°
1
60°
1
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A.1 TWO-PHASE CT CONFIGURATION
A
APPENDIX A
To illustrate the point further, the following diagram shows how the current in phases A and C sum up to create phase 'B'.
1.73
1
C
2-PHASE CT CURRENTS
1
B
A
A
B
C
2-PHASE CT CURRENTS
180° OUT-OF-PHASE
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Once again, if the polarity of one of the phases is out by 180°, the magnitude of the resulting vector on a balanced system
will be out by a factor of 1.73.
On a three wire supply, this configuration will always work and unbalance will be detected properly. In the event of a single
phase, there will always be a large unbalance present at the interposing CTs of the relay. If for example phase A was lost,
phase A would read zero while phases B and C would both read the magnitude of phase C. If on the other hand, phase B
was lost, at the supply, phase A would be 180° out-of-phase with phase C and the vector addition would equal zero at
phase B.
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APPENDIX A
A.2 COOL TIME CONSTANTS
A.2 COOL TIME CONSTANTS
A.2.1 SELECTION OF COOL TIME CONSTANTS
Thermal limits are not a black and white science and there is some art to setting a protective relay thermal model. The definition of thermal limits mean different things to different manufacturers and quite often, information is not available. Therefore, it is important to remember what the goal of the motor protection thermal modeling is: to thermally protect the motor
(rotor and stator) without impeding the normal and expected operating conditions that the motor will be subject to.
The 469 thermal model provides integrated rotor and stator heating protection. If cooling time constants are supplied with
the motor data they should be used. Since the rotor and stator heating and cooling is integrated into a single model, use the
longer of the cooling time constants (rotor or stator).
If however, no cooling time constants are provided, settings will have to be determined. Before determining the cool time
constant settings, the duty cycle of the motor should be considered. If the motor is typically started up and run continuously
for very long periods of time with no overload duty requirements, the cooling time constants can be large. This would make
the thermal model conservative. If the normal duty cycle of the motor involves frequent starts and stops with a periodic
overload duty requirement, the cooling time constants will need to be shorter and closer to the actual thermal limit of the
motor.
Normally motors are rotor limited during starting. Thus RTDs in the stator do not provide the best method of determining
cool times. Determination of reasonable settings for the running and stopped cool time constants can be accomplished in
one of the following manners listed in order of preference.
The motor running and stopped cool times or constants may be provided on the motor data sheets or by the manufacturer
if requested. Remember that the cooling is exponential and the time constants are one fifth the total time to go from 100%
thermal capacity used to 0%.
Attempt to determine a conservative value from available data on the motor. See the following example for details.
If no data is available an educated guess must be made. Perhaps the motor data could be estimated from other motors of
a similar size or use. Note that conservative protection is better as a first choice until a better understanding of the motor
requirements is developed. Remember that the goal is to protect the motor without impeding the operating duty that is
desired.
A.2.2 EXAMPLE
Motor data sheets state that the starting sequence allowed is 2 cold or 1 hot after which you must wait 5 hours before
attempting another start.
•
This implies that under a normal start condition the motor is using between 34 and 50% thermal capacity. Hence, two
consecutive starts are allowed, but not three.
•
If the hot and cold curves or a hot/cold safe stall ratio are not available program 0.5 (1 hot / 2 cold starts) in as the hot/
cold ratio.
•
Programming Start Inhibit ‘On’ makes a restart possible as soon as 62.5% (50 × 1.25) thermal capacity is available.
•
After 2 cold or 1 hot start, close to 100% thermal capacity will be used. Thermal capacity used decays exponentially
(see Section e): Motor Cooling on page 4–39 for calculation). There will be only 37% thermal capacity used after 1 time
constant which means there is enough thermal capacity available for another start. Program 300 minutes (5 hours) as
the stopped cool time constant. Thus after 2 cold or 1 hot start, a stopped motor will be blocked from starting for 5
hours.
•
Since the rotor cools faster when the motor is running, a reasonable setting for the running cool time constant might be
half the stopped cool time constant or 150 minutes.
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A
A.3 CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
A
A.3 CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
APPENDIX A
A.3.1 GROUND FAULT CTS FOR 50:0.025 A CT
CTs that are specially designed to match the ground fault input of GE Multilin motor protection relays should be used to
ensure correct performance. These CTs have a 50:0.025A (2000:1 ratio) and can sense low leakage currents over the relay
setting range with minimum error. Three sizes are available with 3½", 5½", or 8" diameter windows.
HGF3 / HGF5
DIMENSIONS
HGF8
DIMENSIONS
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APPENDIX A
A.3 CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
A.3.2 GROUND FAULT CTS FOR 5 A SECONDARY CT
For low resistance or solidly grounded systems, a 5 A secondary CT should be used. Two sizes are available with 5½” or
13” × 16” windows. Various Primary amp CTs can be chosen (50 to 250).
GCT5
GCT16
DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
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A-5
A
A.3 CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
A
APPENDIX A
A.3.3 PHASE CTS
Current transformers in most common ratios from 50:5 to 1000:5 are available for use as phase current inputs with motor
protection relays. These come with mounting hardware and are also available with 1 A secondaries. Voltage class: 600 V
BIL 10 kV.
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APPENDIX B
APPENDIX B APPENDIX B
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APPENDIX B
B.1.1 EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
GE Multilin Relay Warranty
B
General Electric Multilin Inc. (GE Multilin) warrants each relay it manufactures to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of 24 months from date of shipment from factory.
In the event of a failure covered by warranty, GE Multilin will undertake
to repair or replace the relay providing the warrantor determined that it
is defective and it is returned with all transportation charges prepaid to
an authorized service centre or the factory. Repairs or replacement
under warranty will be made without charge.
Warranty shall not apply to any relay which has been subject to misuse, negligence, accident, incorrect installation or use not in accordance with instructions nor any unit that has been altered outside a GE
Multilin authorized factory outlet.
GE Multilin is not liable for special, indirect or consequential damages
or for loss of profit or for expenses sustained as a result of a relay malfunction, incorrect application or adjustment.
For complete text of Warranty (including limitations and disclaimers),
refer to GE Multilin Standard Conditions of Sale.
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APPENDIX B
B
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INDEX
actual values ................................................................... 5-12
specifications .................................................................... 1-7
Numerics
0 to 1mA ANALOG INPUT ............................... 2-14, 4-72, 4-74
0 to 20mA ANALOG INPUT .............................................. 4-74
3-PHASE OPEN DELTA VTs ............................................ 5-15
3-PHASE WYE VTs .......................................................... 5-15
4 to 20mA ANALOG INPUT ............................. 2-14, 4-72, 4-74
50:0.025 CT .............................................................2-10, 4-12
A
A1 STATUS ....................................................................... 5-3
A2 METERING DATA ......................................................... 5-9
A3 LEARNED DATA ......................................................... 5-16
A4 MAINTENANCE .......................................................... 5-19
A5 EVENT RECORDER ................................................... 5-22
A6 PRODUCT INFO ......................................................... 5-24
ACCELERATION TIMER
actual values .................................................................. 5-16
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-48
setpoints for 2-speed motor .............................................. 4-85
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
ACCESS SWITCH ..................................................... 4-17, 5-8
ACCESSORIES ................................................................. 1-3
ACTUAL VALUES
A1 STATUS ...................................................................... 5-3
A2 METERED DATA .......................................................... 5-9
A3 LEARNED DATA ........................................................ 5-16
A4 MAINTENANCE .......................................................... 5-19
A5 EVENT RECORDER ................................................... 5-22
A6 PRODUCT INFO ......................................................... 5-24
printing .......................................................................... 3-11
reading with Modbus .......................................................... 6-5
software ......................................................................... 3-11
ALARM RELAY
see R4 ALARM RELAY
ALARM STATUS ......................................................... 5-5, 5-6
ALARMS ............................................................................ 4-5
ALIGN START CONTROL RELAYS .................................. 4-14
ALTERNATE WIRING FOR CONTACTORS ....................... 2-17
AMBIENT RTD .........................................................4-51, 4-55
AMBIENT RTD TRIPS ...................................................... 5-19
Analog ............................................................................. 4-73
ANALOG I/O TESTING ....................................................... 7-7
ANALOG IN DIFF 1-2 ....................................................... 4-76
ANALOG IN DIFF 3-4 ....................................................... 4-77
ANALOG IN MIN/MAX ...................................................... 5-18
ANALOG INPUTS
actual values .................................................................. 5-13
analog in diff 1-4 ............................................................. 4-76
analog in diff 3-4 ............................................................. 4-77
analog in min/max ........................................................... 5-18
analog input minimums/maximums ..................................... 4-17
clearing analog input data ................................................ 4-10
description .............................................................2-14, 4-74
difference setpoints .................................................4-76, 4-77
maximums ...................................................................... 5-18
minimums ....................................................................... 5-18
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-74
specifications .................................................................... 1-4
testing ............................................................................. 7-7
trip counters ................................................................... 5-20
ANALOG OUTPUTS
description ..................................................................... 2-14
operating ....................................................................... 4-81
parameter selection table ................................................. 4-73
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-72
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
testing .................................................................... 4-81, 7-7
ANSI DEVICE NUMBERS ................................................... 1-1
APPARENT POWER
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APPARENT POWER DEMAND ......................................... 5-13
APPLICATIONS ................................................................. 1-1
ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL INPUTS ........................................ 4-18
ASYMMETRICAL CURRENT ............................................. 4-42
AUXILIARY RELAY
see R2 AUXILIARY RELAY and R3 AUXILIARY RELAY
AVERAGE MOTOR LOAD .......................................... 4-7, 5-16
AVERAGE PHASE CURRENT ............................................. 5-9
B
BATTERY BACKUP ............................................................ 1-7
BAUD RATE
Modbus ............................................................................ 6-1
setpoints .......................................................................... 4-8
specifications .................................................................... 1-4
BEARING RTD ........................................................ 4-51, 4-53
BEARING RTD TRIPS ...................................................... 5-19
BLOCK START ................................................................... 4-5
BOOT REVISION ............................................................. 5-24
C
CALIBRATION DATE ........................................................ 5-24
CAPTURE TRACE ............................................................ 4-24
CASE ................................................................................. 1-7
CAUSE OF EVENTS TABLE ............................................. 5-23
CERTIFICATIONS .............................................................. 1-8
CHANGING PASSCODE ..................................................... 4-6
CLEAR DATA ................................................................... 4-10
CLOCK ....................................................................... 4-8, 5-8
COMM PORT MONITOR ................................................... 4-82
COMMUNICATIONS
clear buffers .................................................................... 4-82
configuration ..................................................................... 3-7
control ............................................................................ 4-14
monitoring ...................................................................... 4-82
RS485 ............................................................................ 2-18
setpoints ........................................................ 4-8, 4-14, 4-82
specifications .................................................................... 1-4
CONTACTOR, ALTERNATE WIRING ................................ 2-17
CONTROL POWER
connection diagram .............................................................................2-9
description ........................................................................ 2-9
COOL TIME CONSTANTS ...................... 4-29, 4-39, 4-40, 4-48
CORE BALANCE .............................................................. 4-12
CORE BALANCE GROUND CT
connection ..........................................................................................2-11
method ........................................................................... 2-12
CRC-16 ..............................................................................6-2
CTs
differential ...................................................................... 2-12
ground ........................................................... 2-10, 4-12, 5-9
phase ............................................................. 2-10, 4-12, A-6
phasors .......................................................................... 5-14
CURRENT DEMAND ............................................... 4-69, 5-13
CURRENT METERING ....................................................... 5-9
CURRENT SENSING ........................................................ 4-12
CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
see CTs ............................................................................ A-4
CURRENT UNBALANCE
actual value ...................................................................... 5-9
event record .................................................................... 5-22
pre-trip value .................................................................... 5-3
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-45
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
CUSTOM OVERLOAD CURVES
description ...................................................................... 4-34
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example ......................................................................... 4-34
voltage dependent overload .............................................. 4-36
CUTOUT PANELS .............................................................. 2-3
CYCLIC REDUNDANCY CHECK ......................................... 6-2
D
DATA FORMATS, MEMORY MAP ..................................... 6-46
DATA FRAME FORMAT ..................................................... 6-1
DATA PACKET FORMAT .................................................... 6-1
DATA RATE ....................................................................... 6-1
DATE ................................................................. 4-8, 5-8, 5-27
DEFAULT MESSAGES
adding .............................................................................. 4-9
cycle time ......................................................................... 4-7
description ........................................................................ 4-9
flash messages ............................................................... 5-27
removing .......................................................................... 4-9
setpoints .......................................................................... 4-9
timeout ............................................................................. 4-7
DEMAND
calculating demand .......................................................... 4-70
current .................................................................. 4-69, 5-13
kVA ...................................................................... 4-69, 5-13
kvar ...................................................................... 4-69, 5-13
kW ........................................................................ 4-69, 5-13
metering ......................................................................... 5-13
period ............................................................................ 4-70
power ................................................................... 4-69, 5-13
specifications .................................................................... 1-7
DEMAND DATA, CLEARING ............................................. 4-10
DEMAND PERIOD ............................................................ 4-70
DERATING FACTOR ........................................................ 4-39
DESCRIPTION ................................................................... 1-1
DEVICE NUMBERS ............................................................ 1-1
DIAGNOSTIC MESSAGES ................................................ 5-25
DIELECTRIC STRENGTH ................................................. 2-19
DIFFERENTIAL ................................................................ 4-47
DIFFERENTIAL CT PRIMARY ........................................... 4-12
DIFFERENTIAL CTs ......................................................... 2-12
DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT INPUTS .................................. 2-12
DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT TESTING .................................. 7-3
DIFFERENTIAL PHASE CURRENT INPUTS ........................ 1-4
DIGITAL COUNTER
actual values .................................................................. 5-20
preset ............................................................................ 4-11
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-22
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
DIGITAL INPUT FUNCTION
capture trace .................................................................. 4-24
digital counter ................................................................. 4-22
general switch a-d ........................................................... 4-24
load shed trip .................................................................. 4-19
pressure switch alarm ...................................................... 4-20
pressure switch trip .......................................................... 4-20
remote alarm .................................................................. 4-18
remote trip ...................................................................... 4-19
simulate fault .................................................................. 4-25
simulate pre-fault ............................................................. 4-25
simulate pre-fault...fault .................................................... 4-25
speed switch trip ............................................................. 4-19
tachometer ..................................................................... 4-23
vibration switch alarm ...................................................... 4-21
vibration switch trip .......................................................... 4-21
DIGITAL INPUTS
actual values .................................................................... 5-8
assignable ...................................................................... 4-18
description ............................................................. 2-13, 4-17
specifications .................................................................... 1-4
testing .............................................................................. 7-6
DIMENSIONS ..................................................................... 2-1
DISPLAY ........................................................................... 3-1
DISPLAY UPDATE INTERVAL ............................................ 4-7
DRAWOUT INDICATOR ................................................... 2-18
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DRAWOUT UNIT SEAL ...................................................... 2-1
E
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ............................................ 2-8
ELECTRICAL INTERFACE ................................................. 6-1
EMERGENCY RESTART ................................. 4-11, 4-17, 5-20
ENTERING +/– SIGNS ....................................................... 3-2
ENTERING TEXT .............................................................. 3-2
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................ 1-7
ERROR CHECKING ........................................................... 6-2
ERROR RESPONSES ........................................................ 6-9
ESTIMATED TRIP TIME ON OVERLOAD ............................ 5-3
EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ............................... B-1
EU Declaration of Conformity ............................................. B-3
EVENT RECORD
actual values .......................................................... 5-22, 5-23
cause of events ...............................................................5-23
clearing ..........................................................................4-10
date ...............................................................................5-22
memory map locations ......................................................6-10
motor speed ....................................................................5-22
software ..........................................................................3-15
tachometer ......................................................................5-22
EVENT RECORDER
see EVENT RECORD above
F
FACEPLATE ...................................................................... 3-1
FAULT SETUP .................................................................4-80
FAULT SIMULATION ........................................................4-25
FEATURES ....................................................................... 1-2
FIRMWARE
file format ........................................................................ 3-8
revision ..........................................................................5-24
upgrading ........................................................................ 3-8
FLA ..................................................................................4-12
FLASH MESSAGES ................................................. 5-26, 5-28
FLOW ..............................................................................2-14
FORCE ANALOG OUTPUTS .............................................4-81
FORCE OUTPUT RELAY ..................................................4-27
FORCE RELAY OPERATION ............................................4-81
FORMAT CODES, MEMORY MAP .....................................6-46
FREQUENCY
event record ....................................................................5-22
pre-trip system frequency ................................................... 5-4
setpoints .........................................................................4-60
specifications ................................................................... 1-6
system frequency .............................................................4-14
trip counter .....................................................................5-19
FUNCTIONAL TESTING .............................................. 7-2, 7-9
FUSE ................................................................................ 1-4
G
GCT CTs ........................................................................... A-5
GENERAL COUNTERS .....................................................5-20
GENERAL SWITCH
setpoints .........................................................................4-24
specifications ................................................................... 1-6
GRAPH ATTRIBUTES .......................................................3-12
GROUND CT
actual values .................................................................... 5-9
core balance ...................................................................................... 2-11
primary ...........................................................................4-12
setpoints .........................................................................4-12
GROUND CTs ..................................................................2-10
GROUND CURRENT ......................................................... 5-9
GROUND CURRENT INPUT .......................................1-4, 2-10
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INDEX
GROUND CURRENT TESTING .......................................... 7-3
GROUND FAULT
setpoints ................................................................4-46, 4-47
trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
GROUND FAULT CTs FOR 50:0.025 A ............................... A-4
GROUND FAULT CTs FOR 5A SECONDARY ...................... A-5
GROUND INSTANTANEOUS OVERCURRENT
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-46
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
H
HGF CTs ........................................................................... A-4
HIGH INERTIAL LOAD .............................................4-28, 4-35
HI-POT ............................................................................ 2-19
HOT/COLD CURVE RATIO ............................................... 4-40
HOT/COLD SAFE STALL RATIO ...................................... 4-29
HOTTEST STATOR RTD .................................................... 5-4
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INCOMPLETE SEQUENCE TRIPS .................................... 5-19
INPUT SWITCH TRIPS .................................................... 5-19
INPUTS
analog current .................................................................. 1-4
differential current ........................................................... 2-12
differential phase current .................................................... 1-4
digital ..................................................................... 1-4, 2-13
ground current ......................................................... 1-4, 2-10
phase current .......................................................... 1-4, 2-10
voltage ................................................................... 1-4, 2-13
INSERTION ....................................................................... 2-4
INSTALLATION .................................................................. 2-3
electrical ................................................................... 2-8, 2-9
mechanical ................................................................ 2-1, 2-3
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-11
INSTALLING PC SOFTWARE ...................................... 3-5, 3-6
INTENTIONAL S/C TRIP DELAY ...................................... 4-42
J
JOGGING BLOCK
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-49
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
K
K FACTOR ...................................................................... 4-39
KEYPAD ............................................................................ 3-2
kVA DEMAND .................................................................. 4-69
kvar DEMAND .................................................................. 4-69
kW DEMAND ................................................................... 4-69
L
LAST TRIP DATA
actual values ............................................................. 5-3, 5-4
clearing .......................................................................... 4-11
test switch ...................................................................... 4-17
LATCH .............................................................................. 2-4
LEARNED ACCLERATION TIME ...................................... 5-16
LEARNED DATA .............................................................. 5-16
LEARNED PARAMETERS ........................................4-17, 5-16
LEARNED STARTING CAPACITY .................................... 5-16
LEARNED STARTING CURRENT ..................................... 5-16
LED INDICATORS ............................................................. 3-1
LINE VOLTAGE, MINIMUM .............................................. 4-31
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LOAD SHED
frequency setpoints .......................................................... 4-60
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
trip ................................................................................. 4-19
LOAD SHED TRIP ............................................................ 4-19
LOCKOUT TIME ............................................................... 4-48
LONG-TERM STORAGE ..................................................... 1-7
LOOP POWERED TRANSDUCER CONNECTION ................. 2-14
LOOPBACK TEST .............................................................. 6-7
LOSS OF LOAD ................................................................. 3-2
M
MAXIMUM RTD TEMPERATURE ............................. 4-11, 4-17
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ........................................... 2-1
MECHANICAL JAM
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-43
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
MECHANICAL JAM TRIPS ................................................ 5-19
MEMORY MAP
description ...................................................................... 6-10
format codes ................................................................... 6-46
table .............................................................................. 6-12
user-definable area .......................................................... 6-10
MEMORY MAP FORMAT CODES ..................................... 6-46
MEMORY MAP INFORMATION ......................................... 6-10
MESSAGE SCRATCHPAD ................................................ 4-10
METERING
actual values ..................................................................... 5-9
apparent power ............................................................... 5-12
current ............................................................................. 5-9
demand .......................................................................... 5-13
torque ............................................................................ 4-66
MINIMUM ALLOWABLE LINE VOLTAGE ........................... 4-31
MODBUS
description ........................................................................ 6-1
digital input status ............................................................. 6-3
execute operation .............................................................. 6-6
function code 01 ................................................................ 6-3
function code 02 ......................................................... 6-3, 6-4
function code 03 ................................................................ 6-5
function code 04 ................................................................ 6-5
function code 05 ................................................................ 6-6
function code 06 ................................................................ 6-6
function code 07 ................................................................ 6-7
function code 08 ................................................................ 6-7
function code 16 ......................................................... 6-8, 6-9
functions .......................................................................... 6-3
loopback test .................................................................... 6-7
performing commands ........................................................ 6-9
read actual values ............................................................. 6-5
read device status ............................................................. 6-7
read relay coil ................................................................... 6-3
read setpoints ................................................................... 6-5
store multiple setpoints ....................................................... 6-8
store single setpoint ........................................................... 6-6
supported functions ............................................................ 6-3
MODEL INFORMATION .................................................... 5-24
MONITOR COMM PORT ................................................... 4-82
MOTOR COOLING ........................................................... 4-39
MOTOR DERATING FACTOR ........................................... 4-39
MOTOR FLA .................................................................... 4-12
MOTOR INFORMATION, RESETTING ............................... 4-11
MOTOR LOAD
actual values ..................................................... 5-3, 5-9, 5-16
average .......................................................................... 5-16
calculation period .............................................................. 4-7
filter interval ...................................................................... 4-7
last trip data ...................................................................... 5-3
setpoint ............................................................................ 4-9
MOTOR LOAD FILTER INTERVAL ...................................... 4-7
MOTOR LOAD, AVERAGE ................................................ 5-16
MOTOR NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE ...................................... 4-13
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MOTOR RUNNING HOURS .............................................. 5-21
MOTOR SPEED
actual value ...................................................................... 5-3
event recorder ................................................................. 5-22
MOTOR SPEED DURING TRIP ........................................... 5-3
MOTOR STARTING .......................................................... 5-16
MOTOR STARTS ............................................4-11, 4-17, 5-20
MOTOR STATUS ........................................................ 4-9, 5-3
MOTOR STATUS LEDs ...................................................... 3-1
MOTOR THERMAL LIMITS ............................................... 4-28
MOTOR TRIPS ................................................................. 4-17
MOUNTING TABS .............................................................. 2-3
MULTILIN USE ONLY ....................................................... 4-82
Mvarh METERING ................................................... 4-11, 4-17
MWh METERING .................................................... 4-11, 4-17
OVERLOAD PICKUP ........................................................4-29
OVERLOAD TRIPS ...........................................................5-19
OVERREACH FILTER .......................................................4-42
OVERTORQUE .................................................................4-66
OVERTORQUE SETUP .....................................................4-66
OVERVIEW ................................................................ 1-1, 5-1
OVERVOLTAGE
setpoints .........................................................................4-59
specifications ................................................................... 1-6
trip counter .....................................................................5-19
P
N
NAMEPLATE VOLTAGE ................................................... 4-13
NEGATIVE-SEQUENCE CURRENT .................. 4-38, 4-45, 5-9
NEMA DERATING CURVE ................................................ 4-39
NOMINAL SYSTEM FREQUENCY .................................... 4-14
NUMBER OF EMERGENCY RESTARTS ........................... 5-20
NUMBER OF MOTOR STARTS ......................................... 5-20
O
OPEN DELTA VTs ................................................... 2-13, 5-15
OPEN RTD SENSOR ........................................................ 4-56
OPERATE OUTPUT RELAYS ........................................... 4-27
ORDER CODE
actual values .................................................................. 5-24
table ................................................................................ 1-3
ORDER INFORMATION ...................................................... 1-3
OTHER RTD ........................................................... 4-51, 4-54
OUTPUT RELAY LEDs ....................................................... 3-2
OUTPUT RELAY TESTING ................................................. 7-8
OUTPUT RELAYS
alarm ............................................................................. 2-17
assignment practices ......................................................... 4-5
auxiliary ......................................................................... 2-17
description ............................................................. 2-17, 4-26
forcing ........................................................................... 4-27
operating ............................................................... 4-27, 4-81
R1 TRIP ......................................................................... 2-17
R2 AUXILIARY ................................................................ 2-17
R3 AUXILIARY ................................................................ 2-17
R4 ALARM ...................................................................... 2-17
R5 START BLOCK ........................................................... 2-17
R6 SERVICE ................................................................... 2-17
restart mode ................................................................... 4-26
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-26
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
testing ............................................................................ 4-81
OUTPUTS, ANALOG .......................................................... 1-5
OVERCURRENT
ground instantaneous ......................................................... 1-5
phase differential ............................................................... 1-5
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
OVERFREQUENCY
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-60
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
OVERLOAD ALARM ......................................................... 4-43
OVERLOAD CURVE MULTIPLIERS .................................. 4-33
OVERLOAD CURVE SETUP ............................................. 4-30
OVERLOAD CURVE TESTING ............................................ 7-9
OVERLOAD CURVES
custom ........................................................................... 4-34
description ...................................................................... 4-31
graph ............................................................................. 4-32
safe stall curve ................................................................ 4-37
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selection .........................................................................4-29
setpoints .........................................................................4-30
standard ................................................................ 4-30, 4-32
standard multipliers ..........................................................4-33
voltage dependent ................................. 4-35, 4-36, 4-37, 4-38
PACKAGING ..................................................................... 1-8
PARITY ............................................................................. 4-8
PASSCODE ................................................................ 4-1, 5-1
entry example ................................................................... 3-3
flash messages ................................................................5-26
setpoints .......................................................................... 4-6
PEAK DEMAND ....................................................... 4-11, 5-13
PHASE CT PRIMARY .......................................................4-12
PHASE CTs .............................................................. 2-10, A-6
PHASE CURRENT ACCURACY TEST ................................ 7-2
PHASE CURRENT INPUTS
description ......................................................................2-10
specifications ................................................................... 1-4
PHASE CURRENT, AVERAGE ........................................... 5-9
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL
setpoints .........................................................................4-47
trip counter .....................................................................5-19
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT ...............................................4-12
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL CT PRIMARY ...............................4-12
PHASE DIFFERENTIAL OVERCURRENT ........................... 1-5
PHASE REVERSAL
setpoints .........................................................................4-59
specifications ................................................................... 1-6
trip counter .....................................................................5-19
PHASE ROTATION SETTINGS .........................................4-14
PHASE SEQUENCE .........................................................4-14
PHASE SHORT CIRCUIT
specifications ................................................................... 1-5
PHASORS
3-phase open delta ..........................................................5-15
3-phase wye VTs .............................................................5-15
actual values ...................................................................5-14
software ..........................................................................3-15
POLE PAIRS ....................................................................4-66
POSITIVE-SEQUENCE CURRENT .................... 4-38, 4-45, 5-9
POWER
apparent .........................................................................5-12
reactive ................................................................. 4-63, 5-12
real ................................................................................5-12
reverse ...........................................................................4-65
underpower .....................................................................4-64
POWER DEMAND ............................................................5-13
POWER FACTOR
setpoints .........................................................................4-62
specifications ................................................................... 1-6
trip counter .....................................................................5-20
POWER MEASUREMENT CONVENTIONS ........................4-61
POWER MEASUREMENT TEST ........................................7-10
POWER METERING .........................................................5-12
POWER SUPPLY ............................................................... 1-4
POWER SYSTEM .............................................................4-14
PRE-FAULT SETUP ..........................................................4-79
PRE-FAULT SIMULATION ................................................4-25
PRE-FAULT TO FAULT SIMULATION ...............................4-25
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PREFERENCES ................................................................. 4-7
PRESET DIGITAL COUNTER ........................................... 4-11
PRESSURE ..................................................................... 2-14
PRESSURE SWITCH ......................................................... 1-6
PRESSURE SWITCH ALARM ........................................... 4-20
PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP ............................................... 4-20
PRESSURE TRANSDUCER ............................................. 4-75
PROCEDURE .................................................................... 3-3
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION .............................................. 2-2
PRODUCTION TESTS ....................................................... 1-8
PROTECTION FEATURES ................................................. 1-2
PROXIMITY PROBE ........................................................ 2-13
PULSE OUTPUT .............................................................. 4-70
R
wiring diagram ....................................................................................2-18
R1 TRIP RELAY
description ..................................................................... 2-17
operating ....................................................................... 4-27
reset mode ..................................................................... 4-26
R2 AUXILIARY RELAY
description ..................................................................... 2-17
operating ....................................................................... 4-27
reset mode ..................................................................... 4-26
R3 AUXILIARY RELAY
description ..................................................................... 2-17
operating ....................................................................... 4-27
reset mode ..................................................................... 4-26
R4 ALARM RELAY
description ..................................................................... 2-17
operating ....................................................................... 4-27
reset mode ..................................................................... 4-26
R5 START BLOCK RELAY
description ..................................................................... 2-17
operating ....................................................................... 4-27
reset mode ..................................................................... 4-26
R6 SERVICE RELAY
description ..................................................................... 2-17
reset mode ..................................................................... 4-26
REACTIVE POWER
consumption specifications ................................................. 1-7
metering ........................................................................ 5-12
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-63
specifications .................................................................... 1-7
REACTIVE POWER DEMAND .......................................... 5-13
REACTIVE POWER TRIPS ............................................... 5-20
REAL POWER
consumption specifications ................................................. 1-7
metering ........................................................................ 5-12
specifications .................................................................... 1-7
REAL POWER DEMAND .................................................. 5-13
REAL TIME CLOCK .................................................... 4-8, 5-8
REDUCED RTD LEAD NUMBER ...................................... 2-15
REDUCED VOLTAGE START
auxiliary A status input ..................................................... 4-16
auxiliary B status input ..................................................... 4-16
contactor control circuit .................................................... 4-15
current characteristics ...................................................... 4-16
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-15
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
REDUCED WIRING RTDs ................................................ 2-15
RELAY ASSIGNMENT PRACTICES .................................... 4-5
RELAY RESET MODE ..............................................4-26, 4-27
REMOTE ALARM .....................................................4-18, 4-19
REMOTE ALARM STATUS ................................................. 5-5
REMOTE RESET ............................................................. 4-17
REMOTE SWITCH ............................................................. 1-6
REMOTE TRIP ................................................................. 4-19
REMOVING THE 489 FROM THE CASE ............................. 2-5
RESET .............................................................................. 4-5
RESET MOTOR INFORMATION ....................................... 4-11
RESET STARTER INFORMATION .................................... 4-11
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RESET, REMOTE ............................................................. 4-17
RESETTING THE 469 ....................................................... 4-26
RESIDUAL ....................................................................... 4-12
RESIDUAL GROUND CONNECTION ................................. 2-10
RESTART BLOCK
emergency restart ............................................................ 4-17
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-50
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
RESTART, EMERGENCY ................................................. 4-17
REVERSE POWER ........................................................... 4-65
REVERSE POWER TRIPS ................................................ 5-20
ROLLING DEMAND .......................................................... 4-70
RS232 ........................................................................ 4-8, 6-1
RS232 PORT ..................................................................... 3-2
RS485
description ............................................................... 2-18, 6-1
RS485 COMMUNICATIONS
see COMMUNICATIONS and SERIAL PORTS
RTD
actual values .......................................................... 5-10, 5-17
alternate grounding .......................................................... 2-16
ambient ................................................................. 4-51, 4-55
bearing .................................................................. 4-51, 4-53
bias ............................................................................... 4-41
clearing RTD data ............................................................ 4-10
description ...................................................................... 2-15
grounding ....................................................................... 2-16
maximums .................................................... 4-11, 4-17, 5-17
open RTD sensor ............................................................. 4-56
other ..................................................................... 4-51, 4-54
reduced lead number ........................................................ 2-15
reduced wiring ................................................................. 2-15
sensor connections .......................................................... 2-15
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-51
short/low temp ................................................................. 4-56
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
stator ............................................................................. 4-52
temperatures ................................................................... 5-10
types .............................................................................. 4-51
wiring ...................................................................................................2-15
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
RTD
11 ............................................................................ 4-54
12 ............................................................................ 4-55
1-6 ........................................................................... 4-52
7-10 ......................................................................... 4-53
ACCURACY TEST ...................................................... 7-4
BIAS
curve ....................................................................................................4-41
description ...................................................................... 4-41
enabling ......................................................................... 4-29
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-29
RTD LEAD COMPENSATION ............................................ 2-16
RTD MAXIMUMS .............................................................. 5-17
RTD SHORT/LOW TEMP .................................................. 4-56
RTD TYPES ..................................................................... 4-51
RTDs 1 to 6 ...................................................................... 4-52
RTDs 7 to 10 .................................................................... 4-53
RUNNING HOURS ........................................................... 4-17
S
S1 469 SETUP ................................................................... 4-6
S10 POWER ELEMENTS .................................................. 4-61
S11 MONITORING ........................................................... 4-67
S12 ANALOG I/O ............................................................. 4-72
S13 469 TESTING ............................................................ 4-78
S14 TWO-SPEED MOTOR ................................................ 4-83
S2 SYSTEM SETUP ......................................................... 4-12
S3 DIGITAL INPUTS ........................................................ 4-17
S4 OUTPUT RELAYS ....................................................... 4-26
S5 THERMAL MODEL ...................................................... 4-28
S6 CURRENT ELEMENTS ................................................ 4-42
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S7 MOTOR STARTING ..................................................... 4-48
S8 RTD TEMPERATURE .................................................. 4-51
S9 VOLTAGE ELEMENTS ................................................ 4-57
SAFE STALL CURVES ..................................................... 4-37
SAFE STALL TIME ........................................................... 4-31
SEAL ON DRAWOUT UNIT ................................................. 2-1
SECONDARY INJECTION TEST SETUP ............................. 7-1
SERIAL COMM CONTROL ............................................... 4-14
SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS
see COMMUNICATIONS
SERIAL NUMBER ............................................................ 5-24
SERIAL PORTS
description ...................................................................... 2-18
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-14
wiring diagram ................................................................. 2-18
SERVICE RELAY
see R6 SERVICE RELAY
SETPOINT ACCESS
flash messages ............................................................... 5-26
setpoints .......................................................................... 4-6
SETPOINT ACCESS SWITCH ........................................... 4-17
SETPOINT ENTRY ............................................................. 3-3
SETPOINT FILE VERSION ............................................... 3-11
SETPOINT GROUPS
see individual groups S1 through S12
SETPOINT MESSAGE MAP ................................................ 4-1
SETPOINTS
messages ......................................................................... 4-1
PC files ................................................................... 3-9, 3-11
printing .......................................................................... 3-11
saving .............................................................................. 3-8
software ........................................................................... 3-9
SHORT CIRCUIT
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-42
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
trip ................................................................................ 4-42
SHORT CIRCUIT TEST .................................................... 7-12
SHORT CIRCUIT TRIP ..................................................... 4-42
SHORT CIRCUIT TRIPS ................................................... 5-19
SIMULATE FAULT ........................................................... 4-25
SIMULATE FAULT-FAULT ................................................ 4-25
SIMULATE PRE-FAULT .................................................... 4-25
SIMULATION MODE ........................................................ 4-78
SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM ...............................................................1-1
SINGLE PHASING ........................................................... 4-45
SINGLE VT OPERATION .................................................. 4-13
SLAVE ADDRESS .............................................................. 4-8
SOFTWARE
actual values .................................................................. 3-11
event recorder ........................................................ 3-15, 3-16
graph attributes ............................................................... 3-12
installing ................................................................... 3-5, 3-6
loding setpoints ................................................................. 3-9
phasors .......................................................................... 3-15
printing setpoints/actual values ......................................... 3-11
requirements ..................................................................... 3-4
saving setpoints ................................................................ 3-8
setpoints files ........................................................... 3-9, 3-11
trending ................................................................. 3-12, 3-13
upgrading .................................................................. 3-5, 3-6
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................. 1-4
SPEED ............................................................................ 5-11
SPEED SWITCH ................................................................ 1-6
SPEED SWITCH TRIP ...................................................... 4-19
SPEED2 ACCELERATION ................................................ 4-85
SPEED2 O/L SETUP ........................................................ 4-83
SPEED2 PHASE SEQUENCE ........................................... 4-14
SPEED2 UNDERCURRENT .............................................. 4-85
STALL TIME, SAFE .......................................................... 4-31
STANDARD OVERLOAD CURVES
description ...................................................................... 4-32
equation ......................................................................... 4-33
graph ...................................................................................................4-32
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multipliers .......................................................................4-33
selection .........................................................................4-30
START BLOCK RELAY
see R5 START BLOCK RELAY
START BLOCKS ................................................................ 5-7
START INHIBIT ................................................................4-48
STARTER
failure .............................................................................4-68
information ......................................................................4-11
operations .......................................................................4-17
status .............................................................................4-17
status switch ...................................................................4-16
STARTER FAILURE ..........................................................4-68
STARTER INFORMATION, RESETTING ............................4-11
STARTER OPERATIONS ..................................................5-20
STARTER STATUS ...........................................................4-17
STARTING CURRENT ............................................. 4-11, 5-16
STARTING THERMAL CAPACITY .....................................4-11
STARTS/HOUR ....................................................... 4-49, 5-21
STARTS/HOUR BLOCK ....................................................4-17
STATOR RESISTANCE .....................................................4-66
STATOR RTD ...................................................................4-52
STATOR RTD TRIPS ........................................................5-19
STATUS LED ..................................................................... 3-1
SUMMATION METHOD .....................................................2-12
SUPPORTED MODBUS FUNCTIONS ................................. 6-3
SYSTEM FREQUENCY .....................................................4-14
SYSTEM PHASE SEQUENCE ...........................................4-14
T
TACHOMETER
actual value .....................................................................5-11
event record ....................................................................5-22
pre-trip value .................................................................... 5-3
setpoints .........................................................................4-23
specifications ................................................................... 1-6
TACHOMETER TRIPS ......................................................5-19
TC USED MARGIN ...........................................................4-48
TEMPERATURE ...............................................................5-10
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY ................................................. 4-7
TERMINALS
locations ............................................................................................... 2-6
specifications ................................................................... 1-5
terminal list ...................................................................... 2-7
TEST ANALOG OUTPUT ..................................................4-81
TEST OUTPUT RELAYS ...................................................4-81
TEST SWITCH..................................................................4-17
TESTING
simulation mode ...............................................................4-78
TESTS
analog input/output ............................................................ 7-7
differential current ............................................................. 7-3
digital inputs ..................................................................... 7-6
functional ......................................................................... 7-9
ground CT accuracy .......................................................... 7-4
ground current .................................................................. 7-3
output relays .................................................................... 7-8
overload curves ................................................................ 7-9
phase current accuracy ...................................................... 7-2
phase reversal .................................................................7-12
power measurement .........................................................7-10
RTD accuracy ................................................................... 7-4
short circuit .....................................................................7-12
unbalance .......................................................................7-10
voltage input accuracy ....................................................... 7-2
voltage phase reversal ......................................................7-12
THERMAL CAPACITY ALARM ..........................................4-29
THERMAL CAPACITY USED ............. 4-29, 4-41, 4-48, 5-3, 5-5
THERMAL CAPACITY USED ALGORITHM ........................4-32
THERMAL CAPACITY USED MARGIN ...............................4-48
THERMAL CAPACITY USED, LEARNED ...........................5-16
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THERMAL LIMIT CURVES ............................................... 4-28
THERMAL LIMITS
description ..................................................................... 4-28
high inertial load ............................................................. 4-35
THERMAL LIMITS FOR HIGH INERTIAL LOAD ................. 4-35
THERMAL MODEL
cooling ........................................................................... 4-40
curve selection ................................................................ 4-29
description ..................................................................... 4-29
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-29
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
THERMAL MODEL COOLING ........................................... 4-40
TIME ..................................................................4-8, 5-8, 5-27
TIME BETWEEN STARTS ............................... 4-17, 4-49, 5-21
TIME OF EVENT .............................................................. 5-22
TIME SYNCHRONIZATION ................................................ 4-8
TIME-CURRENT CURVES ............................................... 4-28
TIMERS ........................................................................... 5-21
TIMING ............................................................................. 6-2
TORQUE
event record ................................................................... 5-22
metering ........................................................................ 4-66
overtorque ...................................................................... 4-66
setup ............................................................................. 4-66
specifications .................................................................... 1-7
TORQUE ALARM MESSAGE .............................................. 5-6
TORQUE SETUP ............................................................. 4-66
TRACE MEMORY .............................................................. 4-7
TRENDING ..............................................................3-12, 3-13
TRIP COIL SUPERVISION ........................... 1-4, 4-68, 5-8, 7-6
TRIP COUNTER
actual values ..........................................................5-19, 5-20
clearing .......................................................................... 4-11
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-67
TRIP RELAY
see R1 TRIP RELAY
TRIP TIME ON OVERLOAD ................................................ 5-3
TRIPS ............................................................................... 4-5
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................... 3-16
TWO-PHASE CT CONFIGURATION ................................... A-1
TWO-SPEED MOTOR
acceleration .................................................................... 4-85
assignable input 4 ........................................................... 4-18
description ..................................................................... 4-83
enabling ......................................................................... 4-12
setup ............................................................................. 4-83
undercurrent ................................................................... 4-85
wiring diagram ...................................................................................2-20
TYPE TESTS ..................................................................... 1-8
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS .................................................. 1-1
TYPICAL WIRING
description ....................................................................... 2-9
wiring diagram .....................................................................................2-8
U
V
VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES ..................................... 4-14
VIBRATION ...................................................................... 2-14
VIBRATION SWITCH .......................................................... 1-6
VIBRATION SWITCH ALARM ............................................ 4-21
VIBRATION SWITCH TRIP ............................................... 4-21
VOLTAGE DEPENDENT OVERLOAD
acceleration curves .......................................................... 4-36
accleration curves ............................................................ 4-36
curves ............................................................................ 4-35
custom curves ................................................................. 4-36
description .................................................... 4-32, 4-35, 4-37
protection curves .................................................... 4-37, 4-38
safe stall curve ................................................................ 4-37
VOLTAGE INPUT ACCURACY TEST .................................. 7-2
VOLTAGE INPUTS
description ...................................................................... 2-13
specifications .................................................................... 1-4
wye VT connection ............................................................................2-13
VOLTAGE METERING ...................................................... 5-11
VOLTAGE PHASE REVERSAL
see PHASE REVERSAL
VOLTAGE PHASE REVERSAL TEST ................................ 7-12
VOLTAGE SENSING
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-13
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER
see VTs
VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER RATIO ................................... 4-13
VT CONNECTION TYPE ................................................... 4-13
VT RATIO ........................................................................ 4-13
VTs
3-phase open delta .......................................................... 5-15
3-phase wye ................................................................... 5-15
connection type ............................................................... 4-13
open delta ...................................................................... 2-13
phasors .......................................................................... 5-14
single VT operation .......................................................... 4-13
wye ................................................................................ 2-13
W
UNBALANCE
actual values .................................................................... 5-9
event record ................................................................... 5-22
pre-trip value .................................................................... 5-3
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-45
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
testing ........................................................................... 7-10
three-phase example ....................................................... 7-10
trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
UNBALANCE BIAS ..................................................4-29, 4-38
UNDERCURRENT
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-44
setpoints for 2-speed motor .............................................. 4-85
specifications .................................................................... 1-5
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trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
UNDERFREQUENCY
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-60
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
UNDERPOWER ................................................................ 4-64
UNDERPOWER TRIPS ..................................................... 5-20
UNDERVOLTAGE
setpoints ........................................................................ 4-57
specifications .................................................................... 1-6
trip counter ..................................................................... 5-19
UPGRADING FIRMWARE ...................................................3-8
UPGRADING PC SOFTWARE ...................................... 3-5, 3-6
USER DEFINABLE MEMORY MAP ................................... 6-10
WAVEFORM CAPTURE
capture trace ................................................................... 4-24
description ...................................................................... 6-11
software ................................................................ 3-14, 3-15
trace memory buffers ......................................................... 4-7
trace memory trigger .......................................................... 4-7
WITHDRAWAL ................................................................... 2-4
WYE VTs ......................................................................... 2-13
Z
ZERO-SEQUENCE .................................................. 2-11, 4-12
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