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MICOM P211

Motor ProtectionRelay
Version 6.G

UserManual

MiCOM P211 Three-phase Motor Protection Relay with Communication Facility User's Manual
Note: The mounting and connection of the device should be carried out by qualified personnel.

1. Key for the manual There are three hardware versions of MiCOM P211. A is a standard version. Its inputs are not marked as an option (Fig. 8). B version has additional earthfault current input Io and communication port RS485. C version, apart from B features, has additional binary inputs V1, V2, and output relays P3, P4. Depending on a version chosen, there are different options for the relay configuration. Therefore, the following key for the relay description was adopted in this manual: if no reference is made when describing a specific feature of the relay, then this feature is available for all versions; if (BC)* or (C)* references are used, then the described feature is available in versions B and C or only C respectively.

2. Product Description The protection device is designed to protect three-phase motors against: overload, shor-circuit fault (phase-to-phase, rotor stall), earth fault, underload (e.g. no-load running of a pump), current unbalance of feeders, operation with a phase loss and overheating. It can control a circuit-breaker or contactor. Thanks to communication port implemented in the relay, it can exchange information with a supervisory system in terms of measurements, relay state, switches control, etc. 3. Mounting Procedure There are two housing types available: 35 mm DIN rail or flush mounted. Rail mounted version: Clip the relay onto a rail (no tool needed). In order to remove it from the rail use a narrow, flat screwdriver, put its tip in a special opening in the bottom part of the device's base and push the screwdriver handle upwards to release the spring bolt.

A (L1)

B (L2)

C (L3)

A (L1)

B (L2)

C (L3)

MiCOM
I> I>> I<
PTC
L1 L2 L3

P 211
[%] [S]

MiCOM
I> I>> I<
PTC
L1 L2 L3

P 211
[%] [S]

Vx PTC A1 A2 13 14 23 24 T1 T2

Vx PTC A1 A2 13 14 23 24 T1 T2
S2 S1

S2 S1

Fig.1 Motor feeders connection to 35 mm DIN rail mounted relay version, if IBmin < In < IBmax.
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Fig.2 Motor feeders connection to

35 mm DIN rail mounted relay version, if In < IBmin.

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41 44 42 34 33 V1 V2 C

P211
L1 L2 L3

3 4 5 6 7 8

[kA] [s]

I>> I> I< Io> PTC

PTC A1 A2 13 14 23 24 T1 T2

Vx

Io

S2 S1 TR+ TR-

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1- keypad, 2- LED display, 3- LED indicator of triggerring and tripping of I>> protection, 4- LED indicator of triggerring and tripping of I> protection, 5- LED indicator of triggerring and tripping of I< protection, 6- LED indicator of triggerring and tripping of Io> protection,

7- LED indicator of excessive temperature of PTC sensors, 8- LED indicator of unbalance or loss-of-phase conditions, 9- auxiliary supply voltage terminals, 10- output relay contacts terminals: 13 - 14 - relay P1, 23 - 24 - relay P2, 11- PTC sensors termianls, 12- control input terminals S1-S2,

13- RS485 terminals (BC)* 14- free, 15- Io input terminals (BC)* 16 - output relays terminals (C)*: 41 - 42 - 44 - relay P4, 33 - 34 - relay P3, 17- control input terminals (C)*: V1-C and V2-C

Fig. 3 MiCOM P211 front panel view Fig. 4 MiCOM P211 front panel display

1 2 3
1 2 3 4 5

L1 L2 L3

4
s

- LED lights on when L1 phase current is displayed - LED lights on when L2 phase current is displayed - LED lights on when L3 phase current is displayed - LED indicates, that a value is displayed in [%] units - LED indicates, that a value is displayed in [s] units

1,2,3 - when LEDs light on simultaneously, the maximum current of most recent starting is displayed NOTE: if no LED lights on, then Io current is readout

Flush mounted version: Make a cut-out in mounting plate according to fig. 7. Then insert the relay into it. Fit fastening elements (see fig. 7) into the slots in the sides of the housing, and keep turning the fastening screws until the relay is securely fixed to the plate. To remove the relay undo the screws, so that the fastening element could be taken out, and then the relay could be withdrawn from the cut-out in the mounting plate. 4. Motor Feeders Connection NOTE: Terminals K - L (optional earthfault input), and TR+ - TR- (optional communication port) are only available if a relevant relay version is ordered. The optional nature of the terminals is marked by their description on the relay front panel in red colour. Before any wire connection to these terminals is made, make sure you have the right relay version (Io input and RS485 options are only available in B and C models). 35 mm DIN rail mounted housing: All screw terminals allow connection of threaded wires of up to 2.5 mm2 or solid wires of 4 mm2 of conductor cross section. If the required current setting is within the setting range of the relay, then motor phase feeders should be fed through guiding channels in the relay housing (fig. 1). If the required current setting is greater than 80 A, then external protection CTs should be used together with the relay of (3-6)A of base current range. Secondary circuit wires of the CTs should be fed through the guiding channels in relay housing (fig. 1). If the required current setting is below the minimum value of the relay setting range, then motor phase conductors should be coiled several times through the guiding channels in relay housing (fig. 2), if only a channel cross section allows to do so. The number of turns (n) must be identical for each of the phases. Example: The relay has a setting range of (3-6)A; the required current setting range is (1-2)A. The motor feeders should be coiled threefold through the relevant channels in the relay housing (increasing the number of coils in a CT results in subsequent decreasing of transformer ratio: 3A/3=1A). Flush mounted housing Screw terminals are located on the rear side of the housing, and are used to connect inputs, outputs, and current circuits. Threaded or solid wires of 4 mm2

conductor cross section may be connected to current terminals. The remaining terminals allow connection of threaded wires of up to 2.5 mm2 or solid wires of 4 mm 2 of conductor cross section. Due to implementation of screw terminals for current circuits, continuous and dynamic load rating is limited, if compared to rail mounted version (see Technical Data). It is therefore recommended for the flush mounted version of the relay to be used with external CTs. NOTE: Due to required accuracy limit factors it is recommended to use CTs dedicated for protection relays. 5. Inputs and outputs Terminal connections for DIN rail and flush mounted versions have identical descriptions. This does not apply to current circuits of the rail mounted version, whose phase wires are fed through guiding channels in the relay housing. For flush mounted version phase wires are connected to screw terminals: phase L1: 1-2; phase L2: 3-4; phase L3: 5-6. Auxiliary supply voltage Vx is connected to A1-A2 terminals. The polarity of the connection is not fixed, however for the sake of clarity it is recommended to apply + (L) to A1, and - (N) to A2. Output contacts are assigned to the following terminal connections of the relay: 13-14 (P1 relay); 23-24 (P2 relay); 33-34 (P3 relay) (C)*; 41-42-44 (P4 relay) (C)*. Technical data of the output contacts are quoted in section 10. S1-S2 and T1-T2 terminals may be connected to an external NO contact or a switch, whose purpose is to trigger a relay function assigned to these terminals (previously configured from the relay menu). Terminals T1-T2 can also be configured as PTC sensor input. Then, it can be used to connect from 1 up to 6 PTC sensors linked in series. PTC input is standardised, and can co-operate with sensors of any type and origin. T1-T2 if configured as PTC input can also be used as an input for an external protection within the motor application. If this is the case a normally closed contact should be connected to T1-T2 terminals. If the external protection is not tripped, then T1-T2 is closed by the NC contact; if the external protection is tripped, then its output circuit connected to T1-T2 opens, and thus trip the relay.

NOTE: Since there is an internal current source connected to S1-S2, T1-T2 input, no voltage can be applied to the terminals. If S1-S2, T1-T2 input is not used, the terminals must remain open. V1-C (C)* and V2-C (C)* terminals are assigned to binary inputs. If auxiliary supply Vx is applied to the inputs, two assigned functions of MiCOM P211 can be triggered (previously configured from the menu). K-L (BC)* terminals are used to connect an external earth fault current filter, that is core balanced CT (Ferranti) or Holmgreen arrangement. Although earthfault protection Io> is non-directional, and polarity of its connection to the relay is not fixed, yet for the sake of clarity it is recommended to connect K and L on the relay, to the respective k and l terminals on the earthfault filter. A standard core balanced CT has rated current of 1A, so the relay model with rated earthfault current of Ion=1A should be ordered. In case a higher setting range is required for the relay, then the model of Ion=5A must be ordered. For Holmgreen arrangement, whose CTs secondary rated current is 5A, MiCOM P211 with Ion=5A must be ordered. TR+ and TR- (BC)* are used to connect a standard two-wire communication link RS485. NOTE: Unlike other pairs of terminals, it is crucial for TR+ and TR- terminals to keep the required polarity of the connection. 6. Setting and commissioning the device NOTE: - all settings may be input to the relay before it is actually connected in an application - relay settings shall be changed with a motor main switch open

- moves cursor to a next menu item (left or right) or to a next password digit (left or right); - enters edit mode / accepts a new setting; ( ) - if pressed simultaneously, they reset thermal image value; ( ) - if pressed simultaneously, they perform display and LEDs test. 6.2 Starting the relay; setting procedures a) Connect aux. supply voltage Vx to terminals A1-A2. Then: LEDs: I>>, I>, I<, Io>, PTC, flash for a short instant of time, LED L1 lights on and actual current value for the phase L1 is indicated on the display. E.g. If disconnection of the relay from supply voltage Vx or supply voltage interruption takes place after the relay has been tripped by one of its protections, then the relay status is recorded. When the supply voltage is restored, a LED corresponding to the protection tripped lights on, and output relays switch-over to the states from before voltage interruption (depending on the chosen configuration when setting the relay). Re-starting the motor is only possible after the tripping state has been reset. If disconnection of the relay from supply voltage Vx or supply voltage interruption takes place in stand-by mode of the relay (no protection has been tripped), the output relays states are as follows: Once auxiliary supply voltage has been applied, a state of the output relay P1 (terminals: 13-14) depends on a chosen mode of switch control: - circuit breaker mode (P1 set to 0 in the menu ): P1 is open - contactor mode (P1 set to 1 in the menu): P1 is closed - contactor with RS485 mode (P1 set to 2 in the menu): P1 is open (C)* State of output relays P2, P3 (C)* does not change after supply voltage has been applied (relay contacts remain open). State of output relay P4 (C)* (change-over contacts: 41-42-44) after supply voltage has been applied depends on its configuration in the menu, that is:

Setting and configuration of the relay is done by means of the relay keypad (fig. 3, item 1), while corresponding information is indicated on the relay front panel display (fig. 3, item 2). Figure 5 shows the menu of the relay and the way to navigate through it. The information indicated on this figure applies to the factory settings of the relay. The dark boxes denote, where a specific setting can be modified.

6.1 Navigating keys


- moves cursor to a next menu item (upwards) or increases a setting value; - moves cursor to a next menu item (downwards) or decreases a setting value;

- warning signal mode (P4 set to 2 in the menu ): P4 is energised (41-44 closed, 41-42 open), - protection trip mode (P4 set to 1 in the menu): P4 is de-energised (41-42 closed, 41-44 open), - protection trigger mode (P4 set to 0 in the menu): P4 is de-energised (41-42 closed, 41-44 open). b) It is possible to change the relay settings only in OFF-LINE mode. When converting the relay operation to OFF-LINE mode, protection tripping states are reset, and latching of all protection features takes place. The relay status is kept that way until it is converted again into ON-LINE mode. To change the relay mode into OFF-LINE, the menu item should be selected, and the key should be pressed. Then the letter "L" starts flashing. Press key . Now, the menu displays . Press . All the LEDs' start flashing, which indicates OFF-LINE mode of operation. If a password was input formerly, then the relay will not convert to OFF-LINE mode, but the menu will switch to edit password mode (see chapter 7.7: "Entering and changing the password"). c) looking at figure 5 (Menu navigation) and the keypad on the relay front panel, select a menu item to be modified. d) Press . Then the right end digit of the setting starts flashing. Using the keys the setting can be modified. Once a required value of the setting has been input, press . Repeat the procedure for the rest menu items to be modified. e) After all necessary changes have been done, select menu item ., press , then and, again (change mode of operation from OFFLINE to ON-LINE). NOTE! Entering edit mode of the settings will block all the protections, and reset trip states of the protections.

There are three modes of operation to which the relay may be configured in terms of cooperation with a control switch. A mode of operation is chosen by configuring output relay P1 (terminals 13-14), output relay P2 (terminals 23-24), input V1 (terminals V1-C) (C)* and input V2 (terminals V2-C) (C)*. The available options are: "circuit-breaker" mode, "contactor" mode and contactor with RS485" mode (contactor controlled via input V1 or RS485") (C)*. a) "circuit-breaker" mode (P1 set to 0 in the menu ): If P1 is configured to operate in "circuit-breaker" mode, then trip of any protection function, which is set to trip the relay or a trip command sent via RS485 link will make the P1 output relay switch over for a period of time 0,5s (BC)*. Closing of the circuit-breaker is performed via P2 output relay, therefore when closing is done via MiCOM P211, then the output relay P2 should be configured to "close circuit-breaker" mode (P2 set to 4 in the menu ). Closing of the circuit-breaker is triggered via: input V1-C, if it is configured to "closing ! control" mode) (V1 set to 0 ) (C)* trip command sent from a system via RS485 ! communication link (BC)* When closing of the circuit-breaker is commenced, then output relay P2 (terminals 23-24) is closed for a period of 0,5s. It is only possible to close the circuit-breaker, if LED trip signalling is previously reset, which prevents from multiple attempts of the circuitbreaker closing when a fault is present. NOTE: In "circuit-breaker" mode, the option of P2 latching should be switched off (P2c set to 0 in the menu ). Otherwise it will remain closed until it is reset. b) "Protection-Contactor"mode (P1 set to 1 in the menu ): This mode of control is meant for applications, where a contactor is a motor control switch, and is not intended to be triggered via RS485. For this control mode it is recommended to use the standard arrangement of contactor control. On applying auxiliary supply voltage Vx the contacts of output relay P1 are closed. It allows for closing operation to be performed by the contactor. Operation of any protection, which is configured to trip, makes the contacts of output relay P1 open,

7. Configuring the relay 7.1 Selecting a control switch control procedures

and so it does for the contactor. P1 is kept open until output relays' tripping states and indicating LED's are reset. This can be done by means of: ! front panel keypad ! binary input S1-S2 (if configured to "reset" mode: the relevant value is set to 0 in the menu) ! RS485 communication link (BC)* After the relay has been reset, the output contacts of P1 relay close again, thus allowing the contactor to be closed again. c) "Bay terminal-Contactor mode (C)* (P1 set to "2" ). This mode is meant for applications, where control operations are to be performed through communication link RS485 or/and by means of an external switching contact. Thus input V1-C must be configured to "switching control" mode (V1 set to 0 in the menu ) and input V2-C must be configured to "switch status" mode (V2 set to 0 in the menu ). After auxiliary supply voltage Vx has been applied the state of output relay P1 (13-14) does not change (the contacts remain open), as it does when "contactor" mode is chosen. Closing of the contactor is initiated by: ! applying auxiliary supply voltage to binary input V1-C; ! sending close command from the system, through communication link RS485. It is only possible to close the contactor if LED trip signalling is previously reset, which prevents from unintended closing operation to be performed following trip of any protection. Once closing operation is initiated, the contacts (13-14) of output relay P1 close for a period of 150ms. Afterwards the status of the contactor is checked, whose auxiliary contacts control the relay input V2-C. If the contactor is closed (high state at V2-C input), then the output relay P1 remains closed. NOTE: Tripping of any protection will instantaneously de-energise the output relay P1, regardless of a status of operation of the device (higher priority of trip over close command). Contactor tripping can be performed through: ! opening of the contactor control circuit (external OFF switch). If the circuit is open, the contactor is de-energised. This process is monitored by the device input, which is configured to represent the switch state. If the

input state changes from high to low, then the output relay P1 will instantaneously deenergise; ! trip command sent via communication link RS485, which makes the contacts of output relay P1 (13-14) open; ! trip of any protection which is set to trip mode 7.2 Configuration procedure for general settings of MiCOM P211 General settings of the device are configured in the menu column . - in this menu window a current mode of relay operation is set. ON-LINE - all protection functions are on. OFF-LINE - all protection functions are blocked and changing of the relay settings is possible. - in this menu window a ratio for phase current transformation is input, in case the device is connected via external CTs. The ratio can be selected within a range from 1 to 999, with the step of 1. E.g. for an external CT ratio: 200A/5A, the value to be input will be 40. It is critical for the correct measurement and displaying of phase current in primary values, that the ratio is properly calculated and entered. - in this window a ratio for earthfault current transformation is input (BC)*, in case the device is connected to an external zero sequence transformer (core balanced CT or Holmgreen arrangement). The ratio can be selected within a range from 1 to 999, with the step of 1. E.g. for an external CT ratio: 75A/1A, the value to be input will be 75. It is critical for the correct measurement and displaying of earth current in primary values, that the ratio is properly calculated and entered. - this menu is used to assign a system address to the device. Up to 32 MiCOM P211 relays can be connected to one RS485 line. In order that the communication between the system and relays is secure and reliable, and that each relay is clearly identified within the system, a unique address must be input to each relay, which is connected to one line. The addresses can be selected from 1 to 255. - rate of transmission is defined in this menu window (BC)*. It is important to properly select this value to allow communication with the relay via RS485 port. The transmission rates to choose from are (1.2 - 19.2) kbps. - this menu is used to choose the data bytes order. 0 - it is order according to S&R Modbus and P20
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platform. 1- order used in firmware version below 6.A See Modbus Database P211 - in this window a password can be activated or modified. 7.3 Star/delta control logic Switching between star and delta connections is performed by output relay P2. To activate this function, option 4 should be chosen in the column (see section 7.4). Configuration of star / delta control logic is done in the menu column: - in this window a general setting of the function is done 0 - disabled 1 - enabled during start-up of the motor and during normal motor operation (economiser) 2 - enabled only during start-up of the motor - if this option is chosen (control logic enabled only during start-up of the motor), parameters in the following windows of column should be configured: - period of time, when the motor operates in star arrangement, during start-up - period of time, between star and delta arrangement during switching - time criteria for stop status detection of the motor. This indicates a period of time for a motor phase current to be less then 10% of its nominal value, to again activate star / delta start-up procedure. - it is possible to allow star / delta switching not only during motor start-up but also during its normal operation (economiser option). This means that if a phase current value drops down below a set threshold, switching over from delta to star arrangement will occur, after a user-defined time delay. On the other hand if the current picks up above a set threshold, switching over from star to delta arrangement will take place, after a userdefined time delay. The economiser's parameters are set in the following windows: - time delay of delta / star switching over after phase current value decreases below a set threshold, - time delay for star / delta switching over, after a phase current value picks up above a set threshold. - current threshold (in % of Ib) for star / delta and delta / star switching over,

- current threshold for stop status detection of the motor. 7.4 Inputs and outputs configuration Inputs and outputs configuration is done in the menu (C)*. column: and - output relay P1 configuration. A control switch and means for control can be selected here. 0 - circuit-breaker mode. Tripping control is done by closing the P1 contacts, for a period of time when protections operate. Minimum time of tripping signal is 0.5s. The energised relay is not latched. 1 - protection-contactor mode in the standard control arrangement. This option does not allow to trip a contactor through communication link RS485. Once auxiliary supply voltage Vx is applied, the contacts of output relay P1 close. Trip of any protection will make the contacts of P1 open and remain in this state, until it is reset from the front panel keypad or through the adequately configured input S1-S2. Reset of the energised output relay P1 can be done through RS485 link (BC)*. 2 - bay terminal-contactor mode (C)*. Applying auxiliary supply voltage Vx to the device does not change the state of output relay P1. If voltage is applied to an input assigned to close function or close command is sent via RS485, then P1 contacts close, and are kept in this state until trip command is sent via RS485 or the contactor opens (if contactor coil circuit is opened). - output relay P2 configuration. 0 - trigger of any protection on trip. Contacts of P2 are energised, if triggering of current protections (PTC excluded), which are configured to trip, takes place. (trigger of: I>>, I>, I<, Io>, , if set to trip); 1 - trip of any protection (without TSTP). Contacts of P2 are energised, if tripping of any protection (PTC included), which is configured to trip P1, takes place, without external TSTP protection (via configured input V2-C: 6); 2 - alarm (warning signal) of any protection. P2 contacts are energised, if tripping of any protection, which is configured to send warning signal, takes place; 3 - thermal overload trigger, trip or alarm. P2 contacts are energised if triggering of overload protection I> takes place; 4 - delta arrangement. This option is used if motor starting is performed in star/delta arrgement of motor circuits. With P2 energised the motor runs in delta arragement; 5 - (BC)* - remote or local CB close. P2 contacts are

used as an output relay in circuit-breaker mode of operation, to perform close circuit-breaker control. When closing CB through communication link RS485 or an adequatly configured device input, the P2 contacts are closed for a period of 0.5s; 6 - delayed open based on current criteria. Delayed drop-off timer function (option 5 for A version). If current exceed threshold set in the window of menu the contact is closed. The contact will be open if the current is lower than threshold for the time delay set in window: NOTE: If P2 is set to option "5", and close command is initiated, then the output relay P2 is also energised when a contactor is selected as a switch. Therefore, when "contactor" mode is selected, P2 can be configured to all options but 5. 7 - close CB by reaccellaration or close command. The action is the same like in 6 but additionally contact will energized by reaccelleration function (closing the contactor in the case of returning of voltage on the busbar.The closing is made after time delay set in the window: ) - configuring mode of operation of the output relay P2 0 - without. No latching after energising (the relay is automatically reset, if a cause for its energising ceases); 1 - latching. Latching of the energised relay, until it is reset from the device keypad or adequately configured input S1-S2, T1-T2 or via RS485 communication link (BC)*. - P2 mode of operation 0 - normally open. Energise-on-signal arrangement (NO) 1 - normally close. Normally energised arrangement (NC) NOTE: It does not apply to P2, if configured to 5 (BC)* (close circuit-breaker control). - reaccelleration authorization time. The time settings for drop-off timer function In some specific applications, it is necessary to detect interruptions in motor power supply and measure the duration of an interruption. If a supply interruption is no longer than a set drop-off time period, then selfstarting of the motor is allowed (emergency restart). This function is based on phase current measurement and is executed by P2 or P3 output relays, if assigned to drop-off function. If the current value picks up above current threshold (set in the window: for example 10% of Ib), P2 (or P3) output relay is

energised immediately. If the current drops down below for example 10% of Ib, then de-energisation of P2 (or P3) relay takes place, after a set drop-off time period. - If P1 output relay is configured as a bay terminalcontactor" mode, then the relay will be de-energised immediately on dropping down of a current value below for example 10% of Ib. However, if there will be information that voltage on the busbar return (control via configured input: or or the threshold of Vref is lower than ) and the duration of voltage interruption is no longer than a set drop-off time delay , then P1 relay will be energised after time delay for closing . - If P1 output relay is configured as a protectioncontactor" mode, then the contactor supplied from AC network will be de-energised immediately on dropping down of voltage on the busbar. However, if there will be information that voltage on the busbar return (control via configured input: or or the threshold of Vref is lower than ) and the duration of voltage interruption is no longer than a set drop-off time delay , then if the voltage picks up again (control via binary inputs) then , then, after set time delay for closing , P2 relay (if set to ) will be energised for 0.5s . Thanks to MiCOM P211 immunity to voltage interruptions, (e.g. minimum hold time period of 5,2 s at 230 VAC), the function can be applied even if the relay and the motor is powered from the same source (AC power network). - configuring the output relay P3 (C)*. 0 - trigger of any protection on trip. The relay is energised if triggering of any current protection, which is set to trip the device, takes place. (P3 is energised if I>>, I>, Ip>, Io>, which are set to trip the device, are triggered); 1 - trip of any protection (without TSTP). P3 contacts are energised if tripping of any protection, which is set to trip the output relay P1, takes place (without external protection TSTP (via configured input V2-C: 6); 2 - alarm (warning signal) of any protection. The relay is energised if tripping of any protection, which is set to warning signal, takes place. (Ip> and / or Io> is set to warning signal). 3 - delayed open based on current criteria. Delayed drop-off timer function in the current drop down below set value ;

4 - star arrangement. This option is used if motor starting is performed in star-delta arrangement of motor circuits. With P3 energised the motor runs in star arrangement; 5 - motor run. Motor running indication (phase current is greater than set value ). - configuring mode of operation of the output relay P3 (C)*. 0 - without. No latching after energising (the relay is self-reset if a cause for its energising ceases); 1 - latching. Latching of the energised relay, until it is reset from the device keypad or adequatly configured input S1-S2, T1-T2 or via RS485 communication link. - P3 mode of operation 0 - normally open. Energise-on-signal arrangement (NO) 1 - normally close. Normally energised arrangement (NC) - configuring the output relay P4 (C)*. 0 - trigger of any protection on trip. The relay is energised if triggering of any current protection, which is set to trip the device, takes place. (P4 is energised if I>>, I>, Ip>, Io>, which are set to trip the device, are triggered); 1 - trip of any protection (without TSTP). P4 contacts are energised if tripping of any protection (without external protection TSTP - via configured input V2C: 6), which is set to trip the output relay P1, takes place ; 2 - no protection alarm (warning signal). When this option is chosen then supply voltage presence is monitored. P4 contacts are energised after auxiliary supply voltage Vx is applied to terminals A1 and A2 (41-44 closed, 41-12 open). If auxiliary supply is interrupted or if the device failure or tripping of any protection, which is set to warning signal takes place, the contacts of output relay P4 switch back to their original position (4144 open, 41-12 closed); 3 - no protection trip (without TSTP). The same as option 2, but tripping of any protection (without external protection TSTP - via configured input V2C: 6), which is set to trip the output relay P1, takes place, which is set to trip the device takes place. 4 - delta arrangement. This option is used if motor starting is performed in star-delta arrangement of motor circuits. With P4 energised the motor runs in delta arrangement. - configuring the binary input S1-S2. The input is controlled by means of a contact, which

means it is enabled if terminals S1-S2 are closed. The following events can occur on closing S1-S2: 0 - blocking of RL1 (P1). Blocking of the energisation output relay P1; 1 - reset of LEDs and latchings. Reset of tripping state; 2 - trigger of RL2 (P2). Energising of output relay P2 contacts; 3 - trigger of reaccelleration. Initiating a cycle of motor self-starting scheme. If close S1-S2 signal is sent from external undervoltage relay, which monitors voltage values of motor phase feeders (self-start initiated), and the actual thermal image of motor is greater than , then in order to enable the motor self-start, the image will be reduced down to the level of . Once it is done, the input S1-S2 is blocked for a period of 60s. Afterwards, another reduction of thermal image value may be performed, which allows another self-starting of the motor. If thermal image value is below , it remains unchanged if selfstart signal is received; 4 - blocking of any remote controls (Rs485). Blocking of remote control as: remote control test, reset of LEDs and latchings, clear fault records, clear thermal image, breaker / contactor TRIP, breaker / contactor CLOSE, set ON-Line (working mode), set OFF-Line (maintenance mode) or changing of any settings; 5 - clear thermal image. Reset (to 0) of thermal image replica value 6 - emergency stop (ESTP). This option is used for external trip protection command. Protection is activated if S1-S2 is not short. Short state of S1-S2 disactivate trip signal. Trip is without latching. Function can be used for Emergency Push Button with normal close contact. High state of input light PTC LED and gives the reason of trip on the display . If this function is used it is necessary to change description of PTC LED via some label. 7 - speed switch for inertia motor. This function is used for inertia motors and is activated only in starting state of motor ( ) . This function supervises of speed switch during starting of motor (detection of rotation of motor), if there is not short (no rotation) it means stall during starting and tIstall time delay ( in column) is used. If there is trip I> LED is lit and the reason of trip is shown on display If during starting of the motor (starting state: ) will come short of S1-S2 there will be switch to tIstart ( in column) time delay. If there is trip I> LED is lit and the reason of trip

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is shown on display - configuring the binary input T1-T2. The input is controlled by means of a contact, which means it is enabled if terminals T1-T2 are closed. The following events can occur on closing S1-S2: 0 - over temperature protection PTC. This configuration activate PTC protection function 1 - Reset of LEDs and latchings. Reset of tripping state; 2 - blocking of CB close. Shorting of T1-T2 blocks any CB close command (remote or local) which are made by P211). . - configuring the binary input V1-C (C)*. The input is enabled on applying voltage to terminals V1-C. Then, the following events can take place: 0 - local CB close. If V1 set to "0", then close command is enabled (local close operation); 1 - external trip ZZ. Trip of an external protection ZZ; 2 - outputs in maintenance state. The output relays P1, P2, P3, P4 are set to their rest position - blocking of energising by function or protection configured for this input.. Note: If output relay is configured as normally closed (for example: ), high state of input changes contact to close position (like without action of any configured function); 3 - no action. It can be used for sending some information via Rs485. 4 - FUSE trip. This fuction is used as external protection. It can be used for Fuse Trip protection command, if fuses have auxiliary contact to detect of fuse trip. High state of input light PTC LED and gives the reason of trip on the display . If this function is used it is necessary to change discription of PTC LED via some label This protection is without latching.. - configuring the binary input V2-C (C)*. The input is enabled on applying voltage to terminals V2-C. The following events can then take place: 0 - CB / contactor state. Circuit-breaker or contactor closed state is represented by high state of the input. Enabling of this option is essential, if the contactor is intended to be controlled via communication link RS485; 1 - external trip ZZ. Trip of an external protection ZZ; 2 - reset of LEDs and latchings. Reset of the latched output relays trip states and warning signals (KAS); 3 - blocking of any remote controls (Rs485). Blocking of remote control as: remote control test, reset of LEDs and latchings, clear fault records,

clear thermal image, breaker / contactor TRIP, breaker / contactor CLOSE, set ON-Line (working mode), set OFF-Line (maintenance mode) or changing of any settings. High level of input activates function. 4 -- blocking of CB close. Low state of the input blocks any CB close command (remote or local) which are made by P211). 5 - trigger of reaccelleration. Monitoring of auxiliary supply voltage to allow performing of self-start scheme. Low state of input activate self-starting logic. If: - P1 is set to 2 (bay terminal- contactor) Low state opens P1 contact and there is reducing of thermal state to set value ( ) - P1 is set to 1 (protection-contactor) there is reducing of thermal state to set value ( ) Next reaccelleration authorization time is calculated. If the high state is return before this time is achieved there is start of reaccelleration close time . After this time delay there is close command (impulse 0.5s): - P1 is set to 2 (bay terminal- contactor): closing P1 - P1 is set to 1 (protection-contactor): closing P2 (set to 7) . 6 - technological stop (TSTP). External protection which can be used for emergency technological stop of the motor. High state of input light PTC LED and gives the reason of trip on the display . If this function is used it is necessary to change discription of PTC LED via some label. This protection is without latching.. 7.5 Relay identification Hardware and software relay version can be checked in the menu column - the type of relay. - hardware version. - firmware version. 7.6 Protections setting and configuration 7.6.1 Overload I> - base current. IB - nominal current of motor - threshold for alarm. Alarm thermal threshold [% of trip] - thets forbit start - reset threshold (a

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percentage of Ib current) - time contact (t6 x Ib). The time delay setting at I=6Ib, selected from a range of 1 to 50s, with a step of 0.1s. t6xIb - it is time to trip (100% thermal state) if the 3 phase current is equal: 6xIb and there is start of calculation from thermal state equal: 0%. For time ranges at other multiple values of base current Ib, and various motor thermal image states, see table 1.. - reset options for LED indication, energisation state of P1 output relay and trip signal. 0 - without -self-reset of trip for thermal state below thermal value set in the window ; 1 - latching. Manual reset of trip state Note: manual reset is possble if thermal state is below value set in window: . For really manual reset please set value in window to 99%. - configuration of overload protection I>: 0 - disable. Disable of I>; 1 - trip. Enabled to trip for 100% threshold of thermal state; 2 - alarm (warning signal). Enabled to send a warning signal for 100% threshold of thermal state. 7.6.2 Overcurrent I>> This is three-phase protection. The setting of this proteciton is compared to the maximum phase current of phases L1, L2, L3. - current setting of I>> protection, chosen from a range of (2 - 12)Ib, and with a step of 1Ib. - time delay setting of I>>, chosen from a range of (0 to 60)s, with a step of 1s. - configuration of overcurrent protection I>>: 0 - disable. Disable of I>>; 1 - trip. Enabled to trip; 2 - alarm (warning signal). Enabled to send a warning signal. 7.6.3 Prolonger start/stall rotor Prolonger start is activated if the motor was in stop state ( ) and 3 phase current is above current threshold set in window: (current criteria for start of motor).This state of motor is shown in window . There is start of tIstart time delay calculation After this time delay if the motor is in state, there is a trip (if configured to trip), I> LED is lit and there is the reason of the trip window on the display . Changing from state to state is done if 3 phase current drop down below threshold:

1.1xIB (IB - base current - nominal current of the motor). If during state of motor, the 3 phase current is above Istart / Istall (Ir) threshold ( ). There is start of tIstall time delay ( ). After this time delay if the current is above Istart/Istall threshold, there is a trip (if configured to trip), I> LED is lit and there is the reason of the trip window on the display . 7.6.4 Undercurrent protection I< - current value setting represented as a percentage of Ib, chosen from a range of (20 to 90)%, with a step of 1%. - time delay setting of I<, chosen from a range of (0-99)s, with a step of 0.01s. - configuration of undercurrent protection I<: 0 - disable. Disable of I<; 1 - trip. Enabled to trip; 2 - alarm (warning signal). Enabled to send a warning signal. 7.6.5 Earthfault protection Io> (B, C only) - current value Io setting; a range depends on a version chosen: 0.010.50A or 0.052.50A, with a step of 0.01A. - time delay setting of Io>, chosen from a range of (0.0025.00)s, with a step of 0.01s. - configuration of earthfault protection Io>: same as for 7.6.3 7.6.6 Loss-of-phase - time delay setting for the protection to trip the device, chosen from a range of (0.00s to 99.90)s, with a step of 0.01s. - configuration of loss-of-phase protection: same as for 7.6.3 7.6.7. Unbalance - rate of unbalance in %, chosen from a range of (15 to 50)%, with a step of 1%. - time delay for the protection to trip the device, chosen from a range of (0.00 to 99.90)s, with a step of 0.01s. - configuration of unbalance protection: same as for 7.6.3 7.6.7. Number of allowed start-up - number of allowed start-up - Treference. The time window in which startings are calculated

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- Lock time. The time after number of starting trip in which trip is latching (time for cooling of motor). - configuration of number of startings: same as for 7.6.3 7.6.8. Over-temperature protection - latching trip. Reset options for LED signalisation and energisation state of P1 output relay 0 - without. Self-reset 1 - latching. Manual reset - configuration of over-temperature protection: 0 - disable. Disable of PTC protection; 1 - trip. Enabled to trip; 2 - alarm (warning signal). Enabled to send a warning signal.

value.Repeat the procedure for the remaining digit. ! Press . Change mode of operation to ON-LINE (see point 6.2 e) ! Once completing the above procedure, the password must be entered in order to modify settings or configuration of the relay. 7.8.2 Changing the password
! Select the menu item and press it will make the relay switch to menu item ! Enter a valid password, starting from the flashing digit. After entering the three digits of the password

7.7 Factory settings Factory settings are shown on fig. 5, which describes ways to navigate through the device menu. On this figure settings for I> and Io> protections are not included, since they differ depending on a device version. The factory settings for I> and Io>, and for 7.8.3 Changing settings or configuration different device versions, are described in chapter Technical Data by underlining relevant setting values. of the password protected device Every attempt to change mode of operation to OFFLINE in the password protected device, will 7.8 Entering and changing password automatically switch the menu to the password NOTE: window , with one flashing digit. A valid ! If access to settings and their modyfying must be must be restricted, a three digit password should be set in the password must be entered, and the key device. Then, without the password it is only possible pressed. Then the menu will automatically switch back to view the settings, but it is not possible to modify . If the entered password is not to the window them. correct, every further attempt to change mode of If the password is lost or forgotten, it is necessary to operation will again switch back to the password contact the manufacturer in order to obtain the factory window. password. In such case, please contact: andrzej.juszczyk@areva-td.com, tel. +48 74 8548525 or tomasz.ciesielski@areva-td.com., +48 8. LED indicators 74 8548481, There are several LED indicators on the front panel of ! If "000" is chosen as a password, it removes MiCOM P211: I>>, I>, I<, Io>, PTC, , L1, L2, L3, protection of the settings [%], [s] and 4 digit display. If a protection is ! Factory setting for the password is 000. configured to trip and it trips, then a respective LED (I>>, I>, I<, Io>, PTC, or ) lights on, and is kept this 7.8.1 Entering a password for the first time (the factory way until the trip is reset. If a protection is configured setting is 000) to send a warning signal, then a respective LED lights ! Change mode of operation to OFF-LINE (see point off when a cause of fault, which triggered a 6.2b) protection, ceases. ! Select the menu item and press . LEDs I>, I>>, I<, Io ! Using the keys , change the flashing digit to flashing LED indicates that the respective protection the required value. Then, using the keys , move to is triggered, the next digit, and modify it to the required constant light of LED indicates tripping of the

press and change mode of operation to OFFLINE (see point 6.2 b) ! Select the menu item and enter new password. ! Change mode of operation to ON-LINE (see point 6.2 c)

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9. Reseting of protection tripping states NOTE: If disconnection of the relay from supply voltage Vx or LED : supply voltage interruption takes place after the relay flashing LED indicates that current unbalance of has been tripped by one of its protections, then the motor feeders has exceeded the set threshold, so it relay status is recorded. When the supply voltage is also applies to unbalance conditions due to a loss restored, the LED corresponding to the protection of phase. tripped lights on, and output relays switch-over to the constant light of the LED indicates that the states from before voltage interruption (depending on protection against unbalance / loss of phase the chosen configuration when setting the relay), conditions has tripped. that is: LED PTC: P1 state is restored if it is configured to protection constant light of the LED indicates that: contactor" mode; - the temperature has exceeded the PTC trip P2/P3 states are restored if they are configured to threshold or T1 - T2 terminals have been opened latch on energising and the reason on trip is shown on the display; Reset of LEDs: I>>, I>, I<, Io>, PTC, and output - FuSE external protection (via configured input) relays, which are configured to latch on energising, is tripped and the reason on trip is shown only possible if a cause for their energising ceases. on the display; - EStP (Emergency Stop) external protection (via NOTE: configured input) tripped and the reason on trip If a protection, which is set to send warning signal, trips, is shown on the display; a respective LED lights on. If a cause for the trip ceases, - tStP (Emergency Technological Stop) external then the LED lights off automatically. protection (via configured input) tripped and There are several ways of resetting the LEDs, which the reason on trip is shown on the indicate protections' states set to trip, and relays' states, display. whose energised states are latched: closing the terminals S1-S2 for a short instant of time, LEDs L1, L2, L3: if the input is assigned to reset function (S1-S2 input the LEDs light individually to indicate the L1, L2, or L3 set to option "1); phase current, being read out from the display manual reset from the device keypad. all the LEDs light simultaneously when the maximum If key is repeatedly pressed, the window phase current of the most recent starting is indicated appears. on the display. respective protection (triggering period exceeded a set time delay) LED [%]: LED lights on when motor thermal state is read out and while setting the I< undercurrent and unbalance thresholds. LED [s]: LED lights on when the most recent motor starting time is read out and while setting the trip time values of I>, I>>, I<, Io>, PTC, . Flashing all the LEDs: I>, I>>, I<, Io>, PTC, indicates that the relay is currently in OFF-LINE mode of operation. Every trip of protection makes the jump to the column of menu to the reason of trip window (for example: )

Then the key should be pressed; self-reset in case of I> and PTC protections remote reset via communication link RS485 (BC)*, if reset command is sent in MODBUS RTU protocol.

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Table 1. Tripping time of overload protection.


2 3 6 20 20 10,3 29,6 15,0 22,7 11,5 36,2 18,4 66,3 34,3 108 58,8 210 125 188 112 233 139 166 90,5 360 214 47,8 24,0 87,0 45,0 216 118 449 265 6 3,12 8 4,14 15 7,90 11,9 6,06 18,8 9,66 34,6 17,9 86,0 46,9 97,7 53,2 39,2 20,3 43,1 22,3 21,4 10,9 23,5 11,9 13,5 6,84 14,8 7,48 9 4,74 10 5,06 9,00 4,56 14,3 7,32 26,3 13,6 65,5 35,7 141 84,2 159 94,7 74,4 40,5 29,8 15,5 16,6 8,28 10,3 5,22 7 3,54 3 1,50 4,44 2,28 7,02 3,60 12,9 6,72 32,3 17,6 68,7 40,8 92,5 55,0 116 69,3 43,3 23,6 54,0 29,4 17,3 8,94 21,5 11,1 9,42 4,80 11,7 5,94 5,96 3,06 7,40 3,4 4 2,10 5 2,58 2 1,09 2,98 1,96 4,7 2,49 8,80 4,73 22,0 12,4 47,0 28,9 4 5 7 Time setting for I = 6 x IB 9 10 8 15 25 25 12,9 37,2 18,8 58,8 30,0 107 55,5 276 150 572 340 30 30 14,8 42,4 21,5 67,0 34,2 124 64,2 311 170 664 396 35 35 17,2 49,5 25,0 78,9 40,2 143 74,0 357 194 791 472 40 40 20,6 59,7 30,2 94,5 48,2 174 90,4 418 228 978 540

Current IB Motor thermal state [%] multiple

10%

0 50

1 0,54

0 50

1,44 0,72

20%

0 50

2,34 1,2

Timing accuracy

40%

15

0 50

4,32 2,28

0 50

10,7 5,88

1,5

0 50

23,1 13,7

10. Technical Data Conformity statement EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC EC Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC International Standard EN 60255-8 Housing 35mm DIN rail or flush mounted Installation position Vertical 30 Degree of device protection Case: IP 40 Terminals: IP 20 Weight ~0,5kg Connections Threaded terminal ends M3, with wire protection for conductor cross-sections up to 4mm2 single-core or up to 2.5mm2 finely stranded Creepage distances and clearances Per IEC 255-5 group C Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Interface suppression According to EN 55011, level A Immunity Electrostatic discharge Acc. to EN 61000-4-2 level 3 Radiated electromagnetic energy Acc. to EN 61000-4-3 level 2 Radiotelephone radiated electromagnetic energy Acc. to ENV 50204 level 3 Electrical fast transient/burst Acc. to EN 61000-4-4 level 3

Surge test Acc. to EN 61000-4-5 level 3 1 MHz burst disturbance test Acc. to IEC 255-22-1 level 3 Voltage dips and interruptions Acc. to EN 61000-4-11 Conducted disturbance inducted by radio frequency fields Acc. to EN 61000-4-6 level 3 Insulation Voltage test Between independent circuits 2 kV AC, 50Hz, 60s Between contact circuits 1 kV AC, 50Hz, 60s Insulation resistance >100MW Impulse voltage withstand test between independent circuits 5 kV Mechanical Robustness Vibration test Acc. to IEC 255-21-1 class 1 Frequency range during operation: 10 to 60Hz, 0.035mm 60 to 150Hz, 0.5g Frequency range during transport: 10 to 150Hz, 1g Shock response and withstand test, bump test Acc. to IEC 255-21-2 class 1 Acceleration 5g/15g Environmental Conditions Allowable ambient temperatures Operating temp. (-20...+60)C Storage temp. (-25...-70)C Ambient humidity range Relative humidity to preclude any condensation 95% at 40C

Measuring inputs Maximum base currents (options) Rail mounted version 0.75, 1.5A, 3A, 6A, 10A, 20A, 40A, 80A Flush mounted version 0.75A, 1.5A, 3A, 6A, 10A, 20A True RMS phase current measurement in frequency range 10-1000Hz Maximum nominal motor voltage applied directly to MiCOM P211 (without external CT's) 1000V Nominal earth fault current (options) 1A, 5A Earth fault current measurement in frequency range: 40-70Hz Phase current inputs overload capacity - Continuosly: 3 x Ib max - For 1s: 100 x Ib max - For 0.15s: 250 x Ib max but not more than 10kA Binary inputs S1-S2, T1-T2 input controlled by a short V1-C, V2-C inputs controlled by voltage applied Voltage range (0.8-1.1)Vx Consumption 0.6 VA for 240V AC/DC 0,5 VA for 48V AC/DC PTC sensor input (if T1-T2 configured as PTC input) Max. resistance in cold state: 1500W Tripping resistance (3700-4000)W Resetting resistance: (1900-2100)W Max. number of PTC sensors connected in series: 6

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Relay outputs Up to 4 output relays (3 NO, 1 CO) Contact capacity: Making, continuously: 5A Breaking: 5A (220V AC, cosj=0.4) 0.1A (220V DC, L/R=40ms) Mechanical durability 7 10 Switching capacity 5 10 User interface - 4 digit LED display - 5 key keypad - 6 LED indicators Communication RS485 halfduplex link (2 wires "+", "-") Protocol Modbus RTU Data rate (1200-19200) bps Setting ranges Ib current setting (options) DIN rail mounted version: (0.37...0.75)A, step 0.01A (0.75...1.5)A, step 0.01A (1.5...3.0)A, step 0.1A (3.0...6.0)A, step 0.1A (5.0...10.0)A, step 0.1A (10.0... 20.0)A, step 0.1A (20...40)A, step 0.1A (40... 80)A, step 0.1A Flush mounted version: (0.37...0.75)A, step 0.01A (0.75...1.5)A, step 0.01A (1.5...3)A, step 0.1A (3.0...6.0) A, step 0.1 (5.0 - 10.0) A, step 0.1 A (10.0... 20.0)A, step 0.1A Tripping time range at I=6xIb (1-50)s, step 0.1s

Alarm thermal stage: (50..80..120)%, step 1% Threshold for theta forbid start: (30..70..99)%, step 1% Earth fault tripping range Io> (options) for Ion=1A (0.01..0.02..0.50)A, step 0.01 A for Ion=5A (0.05..0.1..2.5)A, step 0.01A

Minimum tripping time I>T, I<T, (C)T, ZfT <250ms I>>, PTC <100ms

Deviations Current accuracy index 10% Power supply Nominal auxiliary voltage Vx (options) (24-48) V AC/DC (60-240) V AC/DC Voltage tolerance (0.8-1.1)Vx Nominal consumption 4.5VA Immunity to short auxiliary voltage interruption: 5.20s for 230V AC version 2.90s for 230V DC version Software for setting via Rs485: MiCOM S1 S&R Modbus ver. 2. 10.007 or upper

Short circuit I>> I>> overcurrent range (1-12) x Ib, step 1 Tripping time range (0.00...99.90)s, step 0.01s Underload protection I< I< undercurrent range (30..60..90)% Ib, step 1% Tripping time range (0.02..1.00...99.90)s, step 0.01s Unbalance protection I< Current unbalance range (15..40..50)% Ib, step 1% Tripping time range (0.02..5.00...99.90)s, step 0.01s Loss of phase Loss of phase time range (0.02..1.00...99.90)s, step 0.01s

Prolong start/stall protection Current threshold: (1...12) x Ib, step 1 Tistall: (0.02..1.00...99.90)s, step 0.01s Tistart: (0.02..10.0...99.90)s, step 0.01s Allowed start-up number Number: (1...5), step 1 Treference: (10..600...7200)s, step 1s Lock time: (10..1200...7200)s, step 1s

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C ON FI GU RAT ION
Relay identification General S ettings St ar / delta contr ol logic I / O Settings I / O Settings (C)*

MEASUR MENTS

TR IP R ECORD

PROTEC TIONS See Fi g 5. B

I [A] for L1 ph ase

PROTECTIONS Windows See Fig 5.B


Mode of op eratio n Du ratio n of star ar rang em en t d uri ng start-up P1 con fi gu rin g P3 con figu r. T ype of r elay

I [A] fo r L 2 p hase

Actual al lo wed startup o f the motor

I [A] for L3 ph ase P2 con figu ri ng

The reaso n o f the l ast tri p

CT ratio (ph ase cur rents)

Th e ti m e be tw een star and del ta arran gement

P3 l atch. mod e

Har dware ver sion

Th ermal lo ad ratio [%] CT rati o (earthfau lt cu rrent) Th e ti m e de lay for motor stop status detectio n

Recor ded cu rrent in A ph ase [A] ( L1 )

P2 l atch in g mode

P3 arran ge. (NO/ N C)

Fir m w are versio n

1) 806 .xxxxx6xx on ly: EC O ti m e del ay fo r swi tchin g: d elta to star

Vref Vol tage [% of 230VAC] Kb ps r ate (RS485) EC O ti m e del ay fo r swi tchin g: star to del ta

Record ed curren t i n B phas e [A] ( L 2 ) Relay adress (RS485)

P2 arran ge. (NO/NC)

P4 co nfig uri ng

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Data bytes order Cu rrent th resho ld fo r start/ delta sw itchi ng ove r Passwor d Enabl in g and con figu rin g star/ del ta co ntrol l og ic Curr ent thr eshol d for motor stop status detectio n

2) 806. xxxxx0xx or 806.xxx xx1xx o nl y:

or

Earthfau lt cu rrent [A]

R e corded curren t in C phase [A] ( L3 )

Vref th reshol d o f accel lerati on fu nctio n

P4 l atchi ng mod e

Record ed earthfaul t curren t [A]

Drop of time del ay

V1-C i np ut co nfig uri ng

Last m ax startin g curren t [A]

Ti me del ay for clo sing (reaccele r.)

V2-C i np ut co nfig uri ng

Last startin g time [s]

The l evel of thermal state after redu ction dur ing reaccel er.

Dis cription
Versio n B , C

S1-S2 i npu t con figu r.

Read onl y menu Items and Cl ear Ver sio n C

Edi tab le menu I tems

T1-T 2 i npu t con figu r.

Versi on A, B, C

Ver si on B or C, mod el wi th Vr ef: 806.xxxxx6xx

Fi g 5 A. Men u of Mi CO M P2 11

MEASUR -MENTS Overcurrent I>>> Unbalance Prolonger start/ Stall protection Undercurrent I< Earth Fault Io> (B and C)* Loss of Phase Zf Number of Allowed Starts Over temperature PTC

TRIP RECORD

PROTECTIONS
CONFIGURATION Relay identific.

Overload I>

Current setting

Thermal threshold for alarm

CONFIGURATION Windows See Fig 5.A


Theta forbid for starting Allowed start number

TRIP RECORD Windows See Fig 5.A

Relay identification Windows See Fig 5.A

MEASURMENTS Windows See Fig 5.A


Time delay setting

Discription

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Read only menu Items and Clear


T reference for number of start-up

Editable menu Items

Version A, B, C

Time delay for stall protection

Version B, C

Version C

Lock time for number of start-up

Version B or C, model with Vref: 806.xxxxx6xx

Time delay for prolong starting

Latching of protection criteria

Disable or enable of protection

F i g 5 B . M enu of M i CO M P 211

Dimensions
106,5

100.0

P211

75.0

I> I>> I<


PTC

L1 L2 L3

[%] [S]

P211

PTC

PTC A1 A2 13 14 21 22 T1 T2

Vx

S2 S1

113
32.5

side view
10.5 23.0 23.0

15

fastening element
5.0
111.0 103.0

101,5

side view

101,5

Fig. 6: 35mm DIN rail mounted housing

Fig. 7: Flush mounted housing

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106,5

I> I>> I<

L1 L2 L3

[%] [S]

Connection diagrams

35 mm DIN rail mounted housing

Binary inputs V1 V2 L3 A1 Vx A2 P1 P2 T1 T2 S1 S2 Binary input K 13 14 23 24 Optional input (version B or C) L + L2 L1 P3 P4


Optional I / O card (version C)

33 34 41 44 42

Binary/PTC input
Flush mounted housing
Binary inputs

Input Io

RS 485

IL1 1 2 3

IL2 4

IL3 5 6

V1 V2

33 34 41 44 42 P3 P4
Optional I / O card (version C)

A1 Vx A2 P1 P2 T1 T2 S1 S2
Binary input

Optional input (version B or C)

13 14 23 24

Binary/PTC input

Input Io

RS 485

Fig.8 Wiring connection diagram

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