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MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING INSTRUCTION

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ABB S.P.A. SACE DIVISION

PROTECTION RELAY TYPE M102-M


OPERATING MANUAL

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M10x-M Users Guide

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M10x-M User's Guide

Content

Table of content
General ........................................................................................................................... 4
Target Group .................................................................................................................................... 4
Use of Warning, Caution, Information and Tip icon ............................................................................ 4
Terminology ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Related Documentation ..................................................................................................................... 6
Related System Version .................................................................................................................... 6
Document Revision History ............................................................................................................... 6

Product Overview .......................................................................................................... 7


Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 7
Structure ........................................................................................................................................... 8

Mounting ........................................................................................................................ 9
Mounting of M10x-M ......................................................................................................................... 9

Interfaces........................................................................................................................ 9
Terminal Designations..................................................................................................................... 10
Typical Diagram .............................................................................................................................. 16

Functionality ................................................................................................................ 18
Starter Types .................................................................................................................................. 18
Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Dahlander) ..............................................................................26
Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Separate Windings).................................................................27
Protection Function ......................................................................................................................... 31
Function and Supervision ................................................................................................................ 48

Communication Interface............................................................................................ 60
Overview......................................................................................................................................... 60
RS485 Interface Cable .................................................................................................................... 60
Function Description ....................................................................................................................... 60

Parameterization.......................................................................................................... 61
Overview......................................................................................................................................... 61
Parameterization via MD2/MD3 ....................................................................................................... 61
Parameterization via MODBUS ....................................................................................................... 61
M10x-M Parameters........................................................................................................................ 61

Accessories ................................................................................................................. 62
MD2/MD3 Operator Panel ............................................................................................................... 62
Parameterization Software: MCUsetup ............................................................................................ 66

Appendix A Technical Data ...................................................................................... 69

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M10x-M User's Guide

General
Target Group
The manual is primarily intended for those requiring information on the applications of M10x for
the purpose of understanding, engineering, wiring & operating of the product.
The objective of this manual is to provide the technical functions description of M10x-M.
This manual should be studied carefully before installing, parameterizing or operating the motor
control unit. It is assumed that the user has a basic knowledge of physical and electrical
fundamentals, electrical wiring practices and electrical components.
This document should be used along with M10x-M Parameter Description, which provides
detailed information about parameters and their applications.

Use of Warning, Caution, Information and Tip icon

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Terminology
List of the terms, acronyms, abbreviations and definitions that used in this document.

Abbreviation Term

Description

Alarm

Alarm is defined as status transition from any state to


abnormal state. Status transition to abnormal state can be
data crossing over the pre-defined alarm limit.

Distributed Control
System

See also PCS

Local Hardwiring

A Control Access term describing that the M10x accepts


its commands from the Hardwired inputs, when the Local
control authority is enabled.

MODBUS

Fieldbus communication protocol

MODBUS RTU

Fieldbus communication protocol

PCS

Process Control
System

High level process control system

PTC

Positive Temperature PTC thermistors are semiconductor elements with a very


Coefficient
high positive temperature coefficient.

RCU

Remote Control Unit

Local control unit with pushbutton and indicator to operate


a device (e.g. motor) from field level.

Remote fieldbus

A Control Access term describing that the M10x accepts


its commands from the fieldbus inputs, when the remote
control authority is enabled.

DCS

RS485

TOL

Communication interface standard from EIA (Electronics


Industries Association, USA), operating on voltages
between 0V and +5V. RS-485 is more noise resistant
than RS-232C, handles data transmission over longer
distances, and can drive more receivers.
Thermal Overload

Protection against overheated caused by overload

Trip

A consequence of an alarm activated or an external trip


command from another device to stop the motor or trip
the circuit breaker.

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Related Documentation
1TNC 911105 M0203

M10x-M Parameter Description

1TNC 911505 M0204

Modbus Protocol Implementation for M10x-M

1TNC911104 M0202

MCUSetup (Software Tool) User Guide

Related System Version


The content of this document is related to firmware revision release,
M101-M, FV1.2
M102-M, FV1.7
Until further notice, this document is also applicable for future firmware versions other than
those listed above.
The described functions are designed but may not be fully implemented in all details. Please
refer to the current system guides and release notes regarding possible restrictions.

Document Revision History


D0201

Initial Edition

10/2003

D0202

Product Revision

10/2005

D0203

Revise COM terminals; Revise terminology of


control authority. Revise earth fault setting.

10/2007

D0204

Template Changed as per BU Guideline.

10/2010

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Product Overview

Product Overview
Introduction
M10x is an intelligent motor control and protection device based on current measurement or
current measurement and voltage measurement. Installed in and supplied as part of ABB Low
Voltage switchgear MNS , it is part of low voltage system family to provide customers another
ABB intelligent system solution.
M10x is of microprocessor-based product providing comprehensive but standard features into
one device. It is designed to use in individual motor starter. By setting/changing parameters
into the device, M10x provides specific control, monitoring, protection functions tailored for each
motor. .
Standard features simplify maintenance and plant expansion.
M10x-M is M10x with Modbus interface. M10x-M is with dual RS485 interfaces which support
full redundancy network and are able to communicate with upstream control system in parallel
and in high speed and reliable way. Any M10x-M may be interrogated on demand to determine
both actual and operating parameters. Fast response time for alarm or trip status makes real
time control of a complete process possible. Statistical recording of running hours and number
of operations assists with predictive maintenance scheduling.
For AC motor and the operated installation this means:
Reliable protection
Maximum utilization
Continuous supervision
Flexibility

Fig. 1 Network connection of M10x-M

Fieldbus capacity: 32 nodes


Communication Connection
Redundancy Communication Connection

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Structure
M10x-M consists of two parts:
Main unit (with current converter unit)
Operator Panel MD2/MD3
Main Unit
Main unit is a unit contains the electronics of the motor control unit and integrated CT.
There are 6 types of M10x main unit in terms of different CT range. For motor rating larger than
63A, interposing CTs are to select.
Main unit is fixed to a mounting rail.
Operator Panel MD2/MD3
The Operator panel is the user interface mounted on the front door or drawer. With control
buttons, LED, LCD module (MD2 only), MD2/MD3 provides the functions as motor control,
supervision and parameterizing. One operator panel is provided for each main unit at request.
M10x-M Enclosure material
The enclosure of the M10x-P is made of polycarbonate. Flammability rating of the material is UL
94 V-0 and material is halogen free.
Colour of the enclosure is RAL 7012.
For detail description of MD2/MD3 please refer to chapter Accessories

Fig. 2 M10x-M

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Mounting
MD3

Mounting of M10x-M

M102-M

Basic dimension of M10x-M


W X H X D=110mm X 140mm X 75mm
Typical Installation of M10x-M
DIN rail or installation to horizontal plane
Basic dimension of MD2
W X H X D=88mm X 72mm X 30mm
Mounting dimension of MD2
W X H=84mm X 68mm
Basic dimension of MD3

Fig. 3 M10x-M in 8E/4 module

W X H X D=88mm X 50mm X 28mm


Mounting dimension of MD3
W X H=83mm X 45mm
The installation details of M10x-M and MD2/MD3, please see the related documentation
installation manual

Interfaces
Terminal blocks of M10x are located on the top of the main unit for easy access. There are 3
sets of I/O terminal blocks and 1 set of RJ11 connector as shown.
Digital Inputs

T hermistor Input (M102 Only)

Integrated CT
L

MD2/3
Connector

Dual RS485
Interfaces
Vo ltage Input
(M102 Only)
RCT Input

Relay Output

Power Supply

Ground Safety a nd Surge

Fig. 4 Terminals viewed from top

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Terminal Designations

Terminal Block

Designation

Terminal
Number

Plug/Contacts

X1:1X1:13

I/O block, switch input

X1:14X1:16

PTC input (M102-M)

X2:16

Interface for MD2/3

X3:15

Fieldbus for external


communication

X3:6,7

RCT input

X3:813

Voltage Input (M102M)

X4:19

Relay output

X4:10,11

24VDC Supply

X4:12

Ground

Lead-through

Current Measurement

X1

X2

X3

X4

L1-T1;L2-T2;L3T3

Remark
Cross section
1.5mm2

Cable with RJ11


Connector
provided

Cross section
2.5mm2

Cross section
2.5mm2

10mm window

Table 1 Device terminals

Power Supply
The standard power supply is 24V DC preferably from a UPS.
Name

Description

X4:11

24VDC

Power supply 24VDC +

X4:10

GND

Power supply 0VDC

Terminal No.

Table 2 Power supply terminals

Digital Input
M101-M has 6 and M102-M has 13 digital inputs of the type 5mA/24VDC. Digital inputs are
cyclically read. The contact is detected as closed if the input current is over 2.5mA and open if
current is under 0.8mA. There are three programmable inputs included, which can be assigned
to a defined function.

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Terminal No.

Name

Description

X1:1

IN_COM

Digital input common terminal (0VDC)

X1:2

NC

Spare

X1:3

LOC/R

Locate/remote control switch input

X1:4

NC

Spare

X1:5

F_Ca

Contactor control A feedback

X1:6

NC

Spare

X1:7

F_Cb

Contactor control B feedback

X1:8

NC

Spare

X1:9

PROG_IN0

Programmable input 0

X1:10

NC

Spare

X1:11

PROG_IN1

Programmable input 1

X1:12

NC

Spare

X1:13

PROG_IN2

Programmable input 2

Table 3 Digital input terminals and pins of M101-M

Terminal No.

Name

Description

X1:1

LIMIT1

Limit position switch 1 input

X1:2

LIMIT2

Limit position switch 2 input

X1:3

START1

Motor start 1 switch input

X1:4

START2

Motor start 2 switch input

X1:5

STOP

Motor stop switch input

X1:6

LOC/R

Locate/remote control switch input

X1:7

F_Ca

Contactor control A feedback

X1:8

F_Cb

Contactor control B feedback

X1:9

F_Cc

Contactor control C feedback

X1:10

PROG_IN0

Programmable input 0

X1:11

PROG_IN1

Programmable input 1

X1:12

PROG_IN2

Programmable input 2

X1:13

MCB

Auxiliary contact from main switch

Table 4 Digital input terminals and pins of M102-M

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PTC Input (M102-M Only)


M102-M utilizes type A temperature sensor with a characteristic curve according to IEC 60947-8
to follow the temperature of motor winding. PTC connector is located on the top of M102-M unit,
terminal X1.
In 2-wire connection application, PTCA and PTCB are to be wired to both ends of PTC sensor
which is embedded inside motor. M10x-M also supports 3-wire connection by introducing third
wire connection from temperature sensor to eliminate the impact of cable resistance.
i) PTC measurement is available in M102-x only!
ii) In 2-wires application, terminals X1:15 and X1:16 shall be shorted to avoid
potential disturbance.
Terminal No.

Name

Description

X1:14

PTCA

PTC measurement input A

X1:15

PTCB

PTC measurement input B

X1:16

PTCG

PTC measurement input G (Option)

Table 5 PTC input terminals

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Fieldbus Interface
M10x-M is with dual RS485 communication interfaces which support full redundancy network
design.
Shielded twisted pair (STP) shall be used for communication wiring.
The shield terminal X3: 3 is connection with the ground terminal X4: 12 which is
solidly earthed via internal circuit.
Terminal No.

Name

Description

X3:1

2B

Serial RS485 B

X3:2

2A

Serial RS485 A

X3:3

SHIELD

Shield

X3:4

1B

Serial RS485 B

X3:5

1A

Serial RS485 A

Table 6 Fieldbus interface terminals

Residual Current Transformer


M10x-M supports earth fault measurement through Residual Current Transformer (RCT ).
Terminal No.

Name

Description

X3:6

Ioa

Residual current transformer input A

X3:7

Iob

Residual current transformer input B

Table 7 Residual current transformer terminals

i) For information on different types of RCTs, please refer to M10x Ordering Guide.
ii) In the case that RCT is not required, terminals X3:6 and X3:7 shall be shorted to
avoid potential external disturbance.
Voltage Measurement (M102-M Only)
M102-M continuously measures three phase voltages. The voltage data is used for protection
functions and power calculation.
Voltage measurement is only available in M102-x!

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Terminal No.

Name

Description

X3:9

Vc

Phase C voltage input

X3:11

Vb

Phase B voltage input

X3:13

Va

Phase A voltage input

X3:8

Neutral input

Table 8 Voltage input terminals of M102-M only

Current Measurement Terminal


M10x-M measures continuously three motor phase currents. The phase current data will be
used by the protection functions and is reported to the fieldbus. Phase currents are reported as
a value relative to the motor nominal current In.
Current wires are lead through current sensors from either side of the terminal.
Direction can be either L->T or T->L considering that all currents must have the same direction.
Motor nominal currents above 63A are not measured directly, but instead intermediate current
transformers secondary side is connected through M10x-M current measurement terminal.
When one phase system is selected, current measurement is via phase A.
Contactor Control Output
M10x-M supports several motor starter types. The control of the contactor is performed with
internal relays (Output CCA, CCB, CCC) by the microprocessor.
Internal relays CCA and CCB are hardwire-interlocked to prevent both contactors being closed
at the same time.
M101-M is of CCA and CCB contactor relays only.
Terminal No.

Name

Description

X4:6

CCLI

Contactor control voltage input

X4:7

CCA

Contactor control A

X4:8

CCB

Contactor control B

X4:9

CCC

Contactor control C

M101-M

M102-M

Table 9 Contactor control terminals

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Programmable Output
M10x-M has two auxiliary programmable output relays. Each programmable output can be
assigned to a defined function.
Terminal No.

Name

X4:1

GR1_A

X4:2

GR1_B

X4:3

GR1_C

X4:4

GR2_A

X4:5

GR2_B

Description

M101-M

M102-M

Programmable relay output 1


(NO+NC)

Programmable relay output 2


(NO)

Table 10 Programmable output terminals

M101-M programmable relay output 1.


Interface for MD2/MD3
M10x-M has a RJ11 interface for operator panel MD2/MD3.
Terminal No.

Name

X2:1

RS485 B

X2:2

RS485 A

X2:3

SHIELD

X2:4

SHIELD

X2:5

Vcc

X2:6

GND

Description
Communication ports with operator panel

Shield

Power supply for operator panel


Table 11 Operator panel interface terminals

Ground Terminal
Terminal No.

Name

Description

X4:12

GROUND

Ground safety and surge

Table 12 Ground terminal

This is an additional ground terminal provided for dissipating transient signals and surges. This
must be connected by a thick wire or braid to the system ground for reliable operation.

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Typical Diagram
A typical wiring diagram is show below

MCB

L1

KM

CTModule

Residual CT

L2

MOTOR

L3

X3:13X3:11X3:9X3:8

X1:1

NC NCNCNC

X3:6 X3:7

Internal Connector

SHIELD

X3:3

X1:3

Loc/R

1B

X3:4

X1:4

NC

1A

X3:5

X1:5

F_Ca
GR1_A

X4:1

X1:6

NC

GR1_B
GR1_C

X4:2

X1:7

F_Cb
NC
NC

X4:4

KM

X1:8

NC

X1:9

PROG_IN0

X1:10

NC

X1:11

PROG_IN1

X1:12

X1:13

NC

PhonejackRJ11

PROG_IN2

X1:14

NC

X1:15

NC

X1:16

NC

toMD2/MD3

redundancy
RS485

X3:1

X1:2

DC24V

I0A I0B 2B
2A

IN_COM
NC

X3:2

RS485

X4:3

X4:5

L1

CCLI

X4:6

CCA

X4:7

CCB

X4:8

NC

X4:9

GND

X4:10

DC24V

X4:11

+ DC24V

GROUND

X4:12

KM

PE

Fig. 5 Typical wiring diagram for M101-M


--------------- Internal

Connection Line: terminal X3: 3 (Shield) is connected to terminal


X4: 12 (Ground) internal of M10x-M. .
Programmable output contacts (GR1_A, GR1_B &GR1_C) as shown in Fig5 are
floating N/C and N/O contacts from the same relay and respond to parameter
settings. E.g. when Trip is set to programmable output, N/O contact will close under
healthy situation. In the case of power loss, contact status will restore as shown in
Fig5.

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MCB

L1

KM

CTModule

Residual CT

L2

MOTOR

L3
N

X3:13X3:11 X3:9 X3:8


X1:1

DC24V+
KM

X1:2

LIMIT1
LIMIT2

X1:3

START1

X1:4

START2

X1:5

STOP

X1:6

X1:7

VA VB VCN

X3:6X3:7

Internal Connector

LOC/R

X1:8

F_Ca
F_Cb

X1:9

F_Cc

X1:10

PROG_IN0

X1:11

PROG_IN1

X1:12

PROG_IN2

Phonejack RJ11

MCB

PTC

X1:13

MCB

X1:14

PTCA

X1:15

PTCB

X1:16

PTCG

toMD2/MD3

I0AI0B

2B

X3:1

2A

X3:2

SHIELD

X3:3

1B

X3:4

1A

X3:5

GR1_A

X4:1

GR1_B

X4:2

GR1_C

X4:3

GR2_A
GR2_B

X4:4

CCLI

X4:6

CCA

X4:7

CCB

X4:8

CCC

X4:9

redundancy
RS485

RS485

X4:5

GND

X4:10

DC24V

X4:11

GROUND

X4:12

L1
KM

+ DC24V

PE

Fig. 6 Typical wiring diagram for M102-M

Internal Connection Line: the shield terminal X3: 3 is connected with the
ground terminal X4: 12 via internal circuit.
---------------

Programmable output contacts GR1 as shown in Fig6 are floating N/C and N/O
contacts from the same relay. GR1 & GR2 contacts respond to parameter settings.
E.g. when Trip is set to programmable output, N/O contact will close (N/C open)
under healthy situation. In the case of power loss, contact status will restore as
shown in Fig6.

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Functionality
Starter Types
M10x offers several kinds of motor starting control modes via the control of relay output. It
supervises the operating state of the contactor according to the feedback of auxiliary contact.
The following starting control modes are offered:
Starter type

M101-M

M102-M

NR-DOL
REV-DOL
NR-DOL/RCU
REV-DOL/RCU
Actuator
NR-S/D
NR-2N
Autotransformer
NR_softstater
REV_softstater
Feeder
Table 13 Starter types supported by M10x-M

NR_DOL: Non Reversing Direct Online


REV_DOL: Reversing Direct Online
NR_DOL/RCU: Non Reversing Direct Online with RCU
REV_DOL/RCU: Reversing Direct Online with RCU
Actuator: Actuator with limit switch input
NR_S/D: Non Reversing Star-Delta
NR_2N: Two speed driver for Non Reversing starter
Autotransformer: Autotransformer starter
NR_Softstarter: Non Reversing softstarter control
REV_Softstarter: Reversing softstarter control
Feeder: Feeder is regarded as a specific starter mode in M10x
Starter type is selected with a dedicated parameter to match the wiring for contactor and motor
control circuits.

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NR-DOL STARTER
NR_DOL starter is a basic starter type for driving motor to one direction. When start command
has been received from field or local I/O, the contactor control output will be energized and
remains this condition until stop command has been received or any protection function
activated.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

LOC/R

X1:3

Local/remote control switch input

F_Ca

X1:5

Contactor control A feedback

Table 14-1 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface(for M101-M)

Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

Table 14-2 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface(for M102-M)

M101-M/M102-M

Fig. 7 Control circuit for NR-DOL starter (for M10x-M)

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NR-DOL STARTER (RCU)


RCU (Remote Control Unit) is a starter type where contactors are directly controlled by a special
RCU-switch located near the motor. This allows controlling the motor even if the M10x-M is not
on duty.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

GR1_C

X4:3

Programmable relay output

F_Ca

X1:5

Contactor control A feedback

LOC/R

X1:3

Local/remote control switch input

Remark

M101-M Only

Table 15-1 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M101-M)

Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCC

X4:9

Contactor control C

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Remark

Table 15-2 NR-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M102-M)

M101-M

Fig. 8 Control circuit for NR-DOL/RCU starter(for M101-M)

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Fig. 9 Control circuit for NR-DOL/RCU starter(for M102-M)

REV-DOL STARTER
REV-DOL uses contactor control output A for controlling the contactor which drives motor to
direction CW and correspondingly contactor control output B is used for direction CCW. When
starting motor to either direction contactor will be energized and is stopped (not energized) by
command (fieldbus or local I/O) or active protection function.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

F_Ca

X1:5

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:7

Contactor control B feedback

LOC/R

X1:3

Local/remote control switch input

Table 16-1 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M101-M)

Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 16-2 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M102-M)

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Fig. 10 Control circuit for REV-DOL starter (for M10x-M)

REV-DOL/RCU STARTER
The functionality of this starter type is according to NR-DOL/RCU starter with support for
reversing use of motor.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

GR1_C

X4:3

Programmable relay output

F_Ca

X1:5

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:7

Contactor control B feedback

LOC/R

X1:3

Local/remote control switch input

Remark

M101-M Only

Table 17-1 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M101-M)

Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

CCC

X4:9

Contactor control C

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Remark

M102-M Only

Table 17-2 REV-DOL starter contactor control interface (for M102-M)

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M101-M

Fig. 11 Control circuit for REV-DOL/RCU starter (for M101-M)

M 102-M

Fig. 12 Control circuit for REV-DOL/RCU starter (for M102-M)

Actuator STARTER (M102-M Only)


This starter type is for controlling valves and actuators by using limit switches
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

LIMIT1

X1:1

Limit position switch 1 input

LIMIT2

X1:2

Limit position switch 2 input

PROG_IN0

X1:10

Programmable input 0 (configured as Torque switch input)

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F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 18 Actuator starter contactor control interface

M102-M

Fig. 13 Control circuit for Actuator starter

Limit switch causes the motor to be stopped when activated. Event message is sent to the
fieldbus according to activated limit switch and additionally start command is allowed only to
reverse direction. Torque switch is selectable by parameterization and can be connected to
programmable input 0.
NR-S/D STARTER (M102-M Only)
Motor start current is reduced in star connection to 1/3 rd of the current in delta connection, with
lower torque during the same time.
Start to delta starting sequence is based on the presented control logic Figure. The changeover
condition is time.
The following guideline applied for selecting parameter values
Changeover time < Motor startup time
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

CCC

X4:9

Contactor control C

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

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F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

F_Cc

X1:9

Contactor control C feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 19 NR_S/D starter contactor control interface

CT

M102-M

Fig. 14 Control circuit for NR-S/D starter

NR-2N STARTER (M102-M Only)


NR-2N/Dahlander uses three contactors control motor rotation speed where motor is equipped
with a three phase winding. Rotation speed can be changed on the fly without stop command
in between.
Current measurement for NR-2N utilizes two external current transformers measuring current
from motor main supply. External current transformers can be selected separately for both
speeds.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

CCC

X4:9

Contactor control C

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

F_Cc

X1:9

Contactor control C feedback

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X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 20 NR-2N starter contactor control interface

M102-M

CT for N1
CT for N2

Fig. 15 Control circuit for NR_2N starter, Danlander

M102-M

CT1 for N1

CT2 for N2

Fig. 16 Control circuit for NR_2N starter, separate windings

NR-2N starter is basically design for 3 contactors control with Dahlander winding
connection. Special instruction listed below has to follow when 2 contactors control
(separate winding) is applied.
Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Dahlander)
Sending command Speed1 to close contactor CCA.
Sending command Speed2 to close contactor CCB and CCC.
Contactors are latched
Sending stop command to open CCA or CCB + CCC.
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Operating Sequence in NR-2N (Separate Windings)


Sending command Speed1 to close contactor CCA.
Sending command Speed2 to close contactor CCB and CCC
Stop command opens CCA or CCB and CCC.
Instruction Note: Although CCC has no actual function in separate winding application,
CCC and F_CC are still required to be wired as shown in Fig15 & Fig16 to complete
NR-2N control function internal of M10x. KA relay as shown in Figs is the dummy
control relay only to replace the third contactor.
Motor can be controlled with sequences.e.g.
Stop -> Speed N1->Stop
Stop -> Speed N2 -> Stop
Stop -> Speed N1 -> Speed N2 ->Stop
Stop -> Speed N2 -> Speed N1 -> Stop
AUTOTRANSFORMER STARTER (M102-M Only)
This starter type is used to control autotransformer unit in order to minimize the voltage drop
during motor startup. Autotransformer starter with three contactors supports motor starting with
reduced voltage thus providing reduced motor startup current. The starting torque will be
reduced accordingly.
The following guideline applied for selecting parameter values
Changeover time < Motor startup time
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

CCC

X4:9

Contactor control C

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

F_Cc

X1:9

Contactor control C feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 21 Autotransformer starter contactor control interface

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Fig. 17 Control circuit for Autotransformer starter

NR-SOFTSTARTER (M102-M Only)


Softstarter applications are for controlling motor accessory softstarter device. M102-M gives
start and stop commands to the softstarter unit. The softstarter is set for adjusting motor voltage
with its own parameters. More information about softstarter can be found from softstarters
manual.
This starter type supports all protection functions during normal Running situation. For motor
start and stop period some of the protection functions are disabled by these parameters.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 22 NR_Softstarter starter contactor control interface

M102-M

KA

28

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Fig. 18 Control circuit for NR-softstarter

REV-Softstarter (M102-M Only)


This starter is of similar functionality as NR-softstarter starter with additional function on
supporting reversing motor.
Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Contactor control A

CCB

X4:8

Contactor control B

CCC

X4:9

Contactor control C

F_Ca

X1:7

Contactor control A feedback

F_Cb

X1:8

Contactor control B feedback

LOC/R

X1:6

Local/remote control switch input

Table 23 REV-softstarter starter contactor control interface

M102-M

softstarter

Fig. 19 Control circuit for REV-Softstarter

Feeder
Feeder mode is regarded in M10x as a specific starter type to provide measurement and
control functionality. The protection of feeder is not covered in M10x and is normally done by
main circuit breaker. The feeder mode in M10x is designed to provide a complete intelligent
solution in MCC plant where the feeder circuits are usually small but important parts from the
whole MCC plant management point of view.
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CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Control YC /motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding)

CCB

X4:8

Control YO/motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding)

F_Ca

X1:5

Circuit breaker position aux. feedback *

MCCB Trip Input

X1:11

Circuit breaker trip aux. feedback *

Table 24-1 Feeder control interface(for M101-M)

Name

Pin

Description

CCLI

X4:6

Contactor control voltage input

CCA

X4:7

Control YC /motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding)

CCB

X4:8

Control YO/motor drive in MCCB (2 seconds holding)

F_Ca

X1:7

Circuit breaker position aux. feedback *

MCCB Trip Input

X1:11

Circuit breaker trip aux. feedback *

Table 24-2 Feeder control interface(for M102-M

M101/102-M

Fig. 20 Control circuit for Feeder

Feeder application in M10x is confined to certain features. End user needs to be


informed on these confines when feeder application is required through M10x.

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Fig. 21a MD2 Faceplate for Feeder Application

Wirings:Wiring of feeder application in M10x is through predefined inputs.


CB status auxiliary is wired through Contactor Feedback A (C_Fa) input.
CB General Trip contact is wired through MCCB Trip Input. In M10x-M, MCCB Trip
Input is predefined to Programmable Input 1, i.e. terminal X1.11. In M10x-P, it is wired
to the digital input which is defined as MCCB Trip Input.
Control Features:Close command activates contactor output relay CCA for 2 seconds.
Open command activates contactor output relay CCB for 2 seconds.
Reset command clear fault annunciation after fault is cleared.
Supervisory Features:CB status
CB trip- cause of trip message shown on MDx
Com- cause of alarm: serial com or cause of trip: serial com displayed on MDx in
the case of communication failure.
Protection:No protection function is designed for feeders application!
Measuring:Current, Voltage are measured by M10x. Power, energy and other parameters related to
Power factor are NOT correct and should not be refer to!

Protection Function
The module provides full protection for motor by supervising three phases voltage, three phases
current, earth fault current, PTC sensor, the state of contactors and the state of main switch.

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Responding of protection functions is based on the parameters given by user. The operation of
separate functions is independent thus protection functions can be active at the same time but
the one which indicates the situation first initiate a trip/alarm.
Varies on different applications, protection functions can be activated or deactivated by the
upper level system or through parametering tool. Protection characteristics can be adjusted in
the same way.
Protection type

M101-M

M102-M

Thermal overload
protection
Stall protection
Phase failure protection
Unbalance protection
Underload protection
Noload protection
Earth fault protection
PTC protection
Undervoltage protection
Start limitation protection
Table 24 Protection Functions in M10x-M

Thermal overload protection


Thermal overload protection (TOL) protects the motor against overheating. The motor thermal
condition is simulated by a calculation. The result of the calculation is stored in a thermal
register and can be reported via operator panel or fieldbus interface.
Calculation is accomplished in a different motor operation conditions, principle presented below,
thermal increase and decrease are simulated by TOL protection function for running and
stopped motor.

Fig. 21 Principle Fig. of motor thermal simulation

M10x-M simulates thermal conditions in the motor for all operating modes ( Running or
Stopped) . This permits maximum utilization of an installation and assures safe protection of the

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motor. Thermal overload protection simulation accounts for the temperature rise of both the
stator winding and the iron mass of the motor, it gives thorough consideration on the effect of
motor overheating due to three phase unbalance during the simulation calculation of motor
thermal overload.
There are two thermal models supported by M102-M: Standard or EEx e, but M101-M only
supports Standard thermal model. The standard model makes use of parameters Trip class, t6
in thermal overload calculation. The protection of explosion proof three-phase motors with type
of protection increased safety EEx e is done with two special parameters, the Ia/In ratio (
stall/nominal current ratio ) and Te time.
The following diagram offers the characteristic curve of overload protection, in which the
character is adjusted by changing t6( trip time for current ILmax=6 In from the cold state).

Fig. 22 Trip curve from cold condition

The Maximum thermal capacity level is 100%. Maximum level is reached when motor as been
running with a current 6xIn at the time t6 starting from the cold state in ambient temp. 40 C
Trip class

T6

10A

3-7

10

7-12

20

10-25

30

15-38

Table 25 IEC 60947-4-1 trip class when ambient temp. 40 C, balanced motor current

In some applications it is beneficial to be able to bypass the TOL protection momentarily


because of the process reasons. The lifetime of the motor will be shortened but it will be more
costly to stop the process. TOL-bypass is a special command given through the fieldbus.

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There is a dedicated parameter to enable the execution of this command. TOL-bypass function
is available only inTOL standard model, thus it cannot be enabled if TOL EEx e model is in use.
When thermal level is above parameterised alarm level there is a possibility to send a bypass
command to M10x-M. When bypass function is activated, the thermal image is allowed to rise
to 200% level before a trip will occur.
If motor is in overload condition, i.e. ILmax > 1,14 x TFLC (Thermal full load current multiplier
reduced by motor ambient temperature), the Overload alarm is active to indicate overload, but
time to trip is not updated if the thermal capacity level ( ) is not going to rise above 200% (ITOL
< 2). If motor is stopped before trip and the thermal capacity decreases below TOL alarm level
the bypass functionality is disabled.
Bypass command is ignored when running under alarm level.

Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled

Default value

Enabled

Step value

Thermal model
Setting range

0=Standard model

Default value

Step value

1=EEX e

T6
Setting range

3-40s

Default value

6s

Step value

Ia/In
Setting range

1.2-8.0

Default value

5.0

Step value

0.1

Te
Setting range

1-250s

Default value

5s

Step value

1s

Cool coe.
Setting range

1-10

Default value

Step value

TOL Alarm Level

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Setting range

60-100%

Default value

90%

Step value

1%

TOL Trip Level


Setting range

60-100%

Default value

100%

Step value

1%

TOL Reset Level


Setting range

10-60%

Default value

50%

Step value

1%

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

1=.Auto 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

TOL bypass
Setting range

0=Disable 1=Enable

Default value

Disable

Ambient Temperature
Setting range

0-80 C

Default value

40 C

Step value

5 C

Table 26 TOL protection parameters

When Standard thermal model is selected


When thermal models is selected
EExe thermal model is NOT supported in M101-M.
Stall Protection
Stall protection is used to protect the driven mechanical system from jams and excessive
overload. Stall protection function uses Imax as the criterion. There are other parameters to be
determined as followed.
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disable 1=Enable

Default value

Step value

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Trip Level
Setting range

120-800%

Default value

400%

Step value

10%

Trip Delay
Setting range

0.0-25.0s

Default value

0.5s

Step value

0.1s

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 27 Stall protection parameters


ILmax

Startup current
Trip Level
Trip Delay

IN

Startup

Function activated

Trip

Fig. 23 Stall protection

Stall function activates after motor nominal startup time elapsed.


The highest measured phase current (ILmax) is compared against the Trip level. When ILmax
remains over the trip level at a time longer than Trip delay, a Stall trip alarm is issued and the
contactor tripped.
Phase failure protection
M10x-M protects the motor against phase current loss condition. Phase failure protection
function uses ILmin/ILmax (the ratio of lowest ILmin and highest measured phase value ILmax )
as the criterion. Function is suppressed by parameters Motor startup time, Number of phases
and Softstart ramp time.
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

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Step value

Alarm Level
Setting range

10-90%

Default value

80%

Step value

1%

Trip Level
Setting range

5-90%

Default value

70%

Step value

1%

Trip Delay
Setting range

0-60s

Default value

10s

Step value

1s

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 28 Phase failure parameters

(ILMIN / ILMAX )
Alarm level

Trip level
Trip delay

t
1.

2.

3.

1. alarm
2. start trip delay
3. clear trip delay
4. start trip delay

4.

5.

6.

5. trip
6. trip reset

Fig. 24 Phase failure protection

ILmin/ILmax is compared against the phase failure Alarm level. When ILmin/ILmax decreases
below the Alarm level, a Phase failure alarm alarm is issued.
ILmin/ILmax is compared against the phase failure Trip level. When ILmin/ILmax remains below
the Trip level at a time longer the Trip delay, a Phase failure trip alarm is issued and the
contactor tripped.
Unbalance protection
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M10x-M protects the motor against unbalance condition. Unbalance protection function also
uses ILmin/ILmax as the criterion. Function is suppressed by parameters Motor startup time,
Number of phases and softstart ramp time.
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Alarm Level
Setting range

50-90%

Default value

90%

Step value

1%

Trip Level
Setting range

50-90%

Default value

85%

Step value

1%

Trip Delay
Setting range

0-60s

Default value

10s

Step value

1s

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 29 Unbalance protection parameters

(ILMIN / ILMAX )
Alarm level

Trip level
Trip delay

t
1.

2.

3.

1. alarm
2. start trip delay
3. clear trip delay
4. start trip delay

4.

5.

6.

5. trip
6. trip reset

Fig. 25 Unbalance protection

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ILmin/ILmax is compared against the unbalance Alarm level. When ILmin/ILmax decreases
below the Alarm level, a Unbalance alarm alarm is issued.
ILmin/ILmax is compared against the unbalance Trip level. When ILmin/ILmax remain below the
Trip level at a time longer the Trip delay, an Unbalance Trip alarm is issued and the contactor
tripped.
Underload protection
M10x-M protects the motor against underload condition. Underload protection function uses
ILmax/In ( the ratio of highest measured phase value ILmax and the rated current of the motor
In ) as the criterion. There are other parameters to be determined, such as alarm level, trip level
and trip delay. The protection characteristic is as follows:
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Alarm Level
Setting range

20-90%

Default value

30%

Step value

1%

Trip Level
Setting range

5-90%

Default value

20%

Step value

1%

Trip Delay
Setting range

0-1800s

Default value

10s

Step value

1s

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 30 Underload protection parameters

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(ILmax / I n )
Alarm level

Trip level
Trip delay

t
1.
2.
3.
4.

1
.

2
.

w arning
start trip delay
clear trip delay
start trip delay

3
.

4
.

5. trip
6. trip reset

5
.

6
.

Fig. 26 Underload protection

The ILmax/In is compared against the Underload Alarm level. When ILmax/In decreases
below the Alarm level an Underload alarm alarm is issued.
The ILmax/In is compared against the Underload trip level. When ILmax/In remains below the
Trip level at a time longer than underload Trip delay, a Underload trip alarm is issued and the
contactor tripped.
Noload protection
M10x-M protects the motor against noload condition. Practically noload protection is the same
function as underload protection. The function also uses ILmax/In as the criterion.
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Alarm Level
Setting range

5-50%

Default value

20%

Step value

1%

Trip Level
Setting range

5-50%

Default value

15%

Step value

1%

Trip Delay
Setting range

0-1800s

Default value

5s

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Step value

1s

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 31 Noload protection parameters


(ILm ax / I n )
A la rm lev el

T rip lev el
Trip d elay

t
1.
2.
3.
4.

1
.

2
.

w a rn in g
s ta rt trip de la y
c le a r trip d e la y
s ta rt trip de la y

3
.

4
.

5 . trip
6 . trip re s e t

5
.

6
.

Fig. 27 Noload protection

The ILmax/In is compared against the Noload Alarm level. When ILmax/In decreases below the
Alarm level
an Noload alarm alarm is issued.
The ILmax/In is compared against the Noload trip level. When ILmax/In remains below the Trip
level at a time longer than Noload Trip delay, a Noload trip alarm is issued and the contactor
tripped.
Earth fault protection
M10x-M protects the motor against the earth fault condition with an additional residual current
transformer. The function is suppressed by parameters Motor startup time and Softstart ramp
time.
Earth fault protection uses parameters as in the following table.
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Earth fault protection is activated during motor startup time


Setting range

Setting range

Default value

Default value

Step value

Step value

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Alarm Level
Setting range

100-3000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 1A)


500-15000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 5A)

Default value

500mA

Step value

100mA

Trip Level
Setting range

100-3000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 1A)


500-15000mA (Earth Fault Primary = 5A)

Default value

800mA

Step value

100mA

Trip Delay
Setting range

0.2-60.0s

Default value

10.0s

Step value

0.1s

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 32 Earth fault protection parameters

(I0)
Earth Fault Current Trip
Alarm
Trip Delay
Trip Level
Trip Delay
Alarm Level

Earth Fault Current Alarm

Fig. 28 Earth fault protection

I0 is compared against the earth fault current fault Alarm level. When I 0 exceeds above the
Alarm level, an Earth fault alarm alarm is issued.
I0 is compared against the earth fault current Trip level. When I0 remains above the earth fault
current Trip level at a time longer than Trip delay, an Earth fault trip alarm is issued and the
contactor tripped.
PTC protection (M102-M Only)

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PTC protection protects the motor against too high temperature by using PTC-sensor embedded
in the stator winding or the bearings. The measuring principle is the current measurement
according the transmitters are supposed to be of the 3-wire type. Thus the circuit is independent
of the cable-length limitations and the voltage drop in the cable. For M102, you can use a type A
temperature sensor with a characteristic curve according to IEC 60947-8.
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Alarm Level
Setting range

1000-10000

Default value

1600

Step value
Trip Level
Setting range

1000-10000

Default value

3600

Step value
Trip Delay
Setting range

1-1800s

Default value

1s

Step value

1s

Reset Level
Setting range

100-10000

Default value

1600

Step value
Trip Reset Mode
Setting range

1=Auto 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 33 PTC protection parameters

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PTC trip

Trip reset

Trip delay
Trip Level
Alarm Level
Reset Level

t
PTC Temperature
alarm

Alarm
clear

Fig. 29 PTC protection

The resistance of PTC input is compared against the Alarm level. When resistance of PTC input
exceeds above the Alarm level, a PTC alarm message is issued.
The resistance of the PTC input is compared against the Trip level. When resistance of PTC
input is above the Trip level PTC trip alarm is issued and the contactor tripped.
After PTC trip is executed the resistance of PTC input is compared against the PTC reset level.
When resistance of PTC input decreases below the reset level, the PTC protection function
executes the function parametrised by PTC Reset Mode.
PTC short circuit protection is not supported in M10x.
Undervoltage protection (M102-M Only)
M102-M protects the motor against undervoltage condition as voltage dip. The undervoltage
protection function uses ULmin as the criterion. There are other parameters to be determined,
such as alarm level, trip level and trip delay, reset voltage level. The protection characteristic is
as follows:

Fig. 30 Undervoltage protection

The lowest measured main voltage (Ulmin) is compared against the undervoltage alarm level.
When Ulmin decreases below the undervoltage alarm level, an Undervoltage alarm alarm is
issued.
The lowest measured main voltage (Ulmin) is compared against the undervoltage Trip level and
voltage restore level. When ULmin recovers above undervoltage Restore level before Trip delay
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expires and motor continues running. If ULmin remains below the restore level at a time longer
than Trip delay, Undervoltage trip is issued and contactor will be opened.
When Autorestart function is active, Autoreclose time acts as the trip delay.
Undervoltage trip delay setting is then ignored.

Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled 3=Alarm only

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Alarm Level
Setting range

50-100%

Default value

80%

Step value

1%

Trip Level
Setting range

50-100%

Default value

65%

Step value

1%

Trip Delay
Setting range

0.2-5.0s

Default value

1.0s

Step value

0.1s

Reset Level
Setting range

50-100%

Default value

90%

Step value

1%

Trip Reset Mode


Setting range

1=Auto 2=Local 3=Remote 4=Remote&Local

Default value

Step value

Table 34 Undervoltage protection parameters

Start limitation
Start limitation helps to protect the motor and also the process against excess number of starts
in a given interval. When the number of starts is reached and the motor is switched off, a new
start is prevented. The time interval starts from the first start. After the elapse of the time
interval the counter is reset to the pre-set value. The permissible motor starts per hour can be
obtained from the manufacturers motor and apparatus data sheet. However, the minimum
waiting time between two starts shall be complied.
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The parameterization of the protection function can be the number of starts per time interval or
the time between two consecutive starts. In the first case the user must wait after the trip for the
reset to take place before making a start.
Independent of this function, the motor is protected by TOL function and a start is possible only
if the thermal capacity is below the startup inhibit level. If motor data specifies the number of
starts during a certain time span the advantage of this protection function can be taken of
supervising the number of starts. On some other cases process may put requirements for the
motor start number thus this protection can be employed.
Functionality is presented in the following example. The next Fig., presents the start limitation
protection with 3 starts allowed.
1) Normal situation, after stop command motor can be started normally, Start 2. Every start
activates an internal timer for the time defined by time interval parameter. The number of active
timers are reviewed after every stop command and compared to value of number of starts
parameter. Stop command can thus exist during active or elapsed timer.
2) Two timers are still active, thus stop command generates alarm message "Start limitation
alarm" and one more start is allowed, Start 3.
3) The 3rd start has been executed. A contactor trip and trip message "Start Limitation Trip"
alarm will follow when motor is stopped while there are two active timers, here starting from
Start 1.
4) Trip can be automatically reset when the first timer from Start 1 is finished. Motor start is
possible when all pending trips are reset. Supervision continues with a new timer from Start 4

Fig. 31 Start limitation protection

Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disable 1=Enable

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Time interval
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Setting range

1-600min

Default value

1min

Step value

Number of starts
Setting range

2-100

Default value

Step value

Table 35 Start limitation parameters

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Function and Supervision


Autorestart (M102-M Only)
The phase voltage (Ua) is supervised continuously. It is possible to automatically restart the
motor after momentary power loss. Two alternative models of auto restart function are provided
in M102-M: Standard and enhanced.
M101-M does not support autorestart function
Function Enable/Disable
Setting range

0=Disabled 1=Enabled

Default value

Disabled

Step value

Function mode
Setting range

0=standard 1=enhanced

Default value

Step value

Max. autoreclose time


Setting range

100-5000ms

Default value

200ms

Step value

100ms

Max. power down time


Setting range

0-1200s

Default value

5s

Step value

1s

Staggered start delay


Setting range

0-1200s

Default value

5s

Step value

1s

Table 36 Autorestart function parameters

Auto restart function (standard)


In standard mode, the reaction of the auto restart function depends on the length of the voltage
dip.The following cases show the different reactions of M102-M in different voltage dip
situations.
Case 1: Voltage dip< autoreclose time

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Fig. 32 Autorestart (Voltage dip< autoreclose time)

If voltage is restored within autoreclose time, motor restarts immediately.


Case 2: autoreclose time<voltage dip< Max. power down time

Fig. 33 Autorestart (autoreclose time<voltage dip< Max. power down time)

If power is restored after autoreclose time but before max power down time, motor will be
restarted after the staggered start delay time.

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Case 3: Voltage dip> Max. power down time

Fig. 34 Restart (Voltage dip> Max. power down time)

If supply voltage remains below restore level long enough and exceeds max power down
time, no automatic restart will be initiated.
Auto restart function (enhanced)
If the voltage dip is taken more serious, the enhanced autorestart function can be applied.
In the enhanced mode, the reaction of the auto restart function not only depends on the length
of the voltage dip, but also the number of voltage dips within short period of time.
The following cases show the different reactions of M102-M in different voltage dip situations.
Case1: Voltage dip< autoreclose time
Identical to Case1 of standard mode
Case2: autoreclose time<voltage dip< Max. power down time
Identical to Case2 of standard mode
Case3: Voltage dip> Max. power down time
Identical to Case3 of standard mode
Case4: 2xdip<200ms within 1s

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Fig. 35 Restart (2xdip<200ms within 1s)

If the interval between two voltage dips (which length less than 200ms ) is less than 1 second.
Automatic delay restart is triggered after second voltage restore.
Number of Starts
M10x-M counts number of start. For each operation cycle M10x-M updates the number of
operating cycle in memory map. When start number alarm level is exceeded, M10x-M issues an
alarm.
Motor Running Time
M10x-M counts motors running hours. When operating running hours limit will be crossed
M10x-M issues an running time alarm.
Failsafe Functionality
M10x-M failsafe function supervises the network interface and connection to the remote devices
controlling the motor/starter equipment by M10x-M. Remote device have to refresh the certain
M10x-M network input variable to indicate that the control is operating normally and the network
interface is in good condition.
When M10x detects loss of communications, failsafe mode will be switched on automatically
and corresponding operations will be followed as per parameters settings, i.e.
No operation
Start motor direction 1
Start motor direction 2
Stop motor
Besides, control access to motor will be switched to/remain in local control (hardwire control)
and MD control while ignoring previous control access settings. When the communication
restore, the control access will recover to the original setting.

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Time Synchronization
The last alarm, trip and operation message generated by the M10x-M are with time-tag, which is
based on the synchronized absolute system time.
M10x-M supports message-based time synchronization. Whenever receiving time
synchronization message, M10x-M synchronizes its internal clock with new absolute time
received in the message.
M10x-P Control Authority
Control Authority
M10x Control Authority is the term describing the privileges on allowing motor control operation
through M10x. It is also a setting parameter in M10x to define which control access group has
privilege to operate the motor via M10x.
Control Access
There are three control access groups defined in M10x,
Local Hardwiring:- M10x accepts its commands from the hardwired inputs
Remote Fieldbus:-M10x accepts its commands from PLC or higher control system viia
fieldbus. i.e. Modbus or PROFIBUS.
MDx Control:- M10x accepts its commands from operator panel MDx which locates on
the front panel of each starter unit on switchgear.
Assign Control Authority
There are several means in M10x to assign control authority and decide which control access
group has the privilege to control.
Parameter Setting: Select the access group from parameter setting window (Fig 36a). This
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Fig. 36a Parameter Setting of Control Authority


Multi control access group is supported!
Local/Remote Selector Switch: M10x supports hardwired local remote selector switch
function which allows selecting control access groups via hardwired inputs. Local/Remote
option has to be enabled as shown in Fig36b in this application. Local/Remote Selector
Switch wiring is via predefined digital inputs. Please refer to Fig 5 & 6 for detail wiring.

Fig. 36b Enable Local/Remote function

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Local/Remote Selector Switch will then define if control access goes to Local (Local Hardwired
) or Remote (Remote Fieldbus). This function does not include the selection of operator panel
MDx control which is independent of either Local or Remote and has to be further defined in
this case.

Loc/R Selector
Switch Input

Control Authority
Local
Hardwiring

Remote Fieldbus

MDx Enabled in
Local

MDx Enabled in
Remote

False (open
input)

Disabled

Enabled

Disabled

Enabled

True (close
input)

Enabled

Disabled

Enabled

Disabled

Fig. 36c Local/Remote Selector Switch


There are also two ways of defining MDx control access when Local/Remote selector switch
function is enabled, i.e. through parameter setting in parameterization software or through
hardwired input.
Parameter Setting (Fig 36b)
Hardwired Input,
Use external selector switch to select MDx control. One of the programmable inputs has
to be defined as MD Control to enable the function.

Fig. 36d MD Control Selector Switch


When Loc/R is enabled (via predefined input, refer to Fig5&6), the control
access group options under Control Authority tab (Fig36b) are limited to
MD only. Same as in selecting MDx control. When MDx control is enabled in one of
the DIs, the MD control access option under Control Authority tab will be gray out.
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In another word, Hardwired Selection has privilege over Parameter Setting Selection in
terms of assigning control authority.
Main Switch Status (M102-M Only Only)
Main switch input (MCB) indicates the status of main switch.
There is no direct main switch input in M101-M. It can be configured through one of
the programmable inputs if required.
Programmable Inputs
There are three separate programmable inputs in M10x-M. These three inputs can be assigned
any of the functions listed below.
Programmable inputs can be used to:
Start1
To use start1 function, local control authority must be enabled.
The start1 input is used to start motor via hardwire. Motor can be running CW/N1 via Start1.
This input works in edge triggering mode.
Start 2
To use start2 function, local control authority must be enabled.
The start2 input is used to start motor via hardwire. Motor can be running CCW/N2 via
Start2. This input works in edge triggering mode.

Stop
To use stop function, local control authority must be enabled.
The stop input is used to stop motor via hardwire. This input works in edge triggering mode.
Process interlock1
The process interlock1 input is used to provide time dependent trip/alarm/stop features
based on a switch input. This function is used together with Operation Delay and Operation
parameters.
The parameter of Operation Delay sets the amount of time that the Process interlock1
switch can remain inactive on the occurrence of a motor start. If the switch remains inactive
for longer than this time, a trip/stop will occur. If there is valid active process interlock1 input
detected in the defined operation delay, motor will keep running. And after the operation
delay time, the inactive status of process interlock1 input will not affect the running of motor.
If the parameter of Operation Delay is set to 0, that the process interlock1 switch must be
active while motor is started, which means motor start will not be allowed if the input is
inactive.
The parameter of Operation determines whether process interlock1 feature is a trip (reset
required in order to restart the motor), a stop (no reset required) or an alarm.
This input works in level check mode.
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Case 1: when t1>t2, motor can run normally;


Case 2: when t1<t2, a trip or stop will be performed according to the predefined operation.
Process interlock2
Process interlock2 function is used to provide time dependent trip/alarm/stop features based on
a switch input. This function is used together with OPERATION DELAY and OPERATION
parameters.
The parameter of OPERATION DELAY sets the amount of time that the process interlock2
switch can be remain active when motor is in running. If the switch remains active for longer
than this time, a trip/stop will occur. . If the parameter of OPERATION DELAY is set to 0, that
the process interlock2 switch must be inactive while motor is started, which means motor start
will not be allowed if the input is active.
OPERATION: this parameter determines whether process interlock feature is a trip (reset
required in order to restart the motor), a stop (no reset required) or an alarm.
This input works in level check mode.

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Case 1: when t1>t2, motor can run normally;


Case 2: when t1<t2, a trip or stop will be performed according to the predefined operation.
Test Switch
This input is used to indicate whether the main switch is in the test-position. While in test
position, M10x monitors the I/O status and phase current will be zero. Contactor operations
by M10x are allowed but all protection functions based on the current and voltage
measurement are disabled and the test of control circuit is allowed.
If the current is detected nonzero, all protection functions defined enabled in parameter
setting would be enabled automatically. Its for protecting motor in the case of test switch
input is out of work.
This input works in level check mode.

ESD Input (Emergency stop)


The emergency stop input is used for the emergency stop device. When the input is active,
the motor will be stopped and cant be restarted until the input is inactive. This input works
in level check mode that is different from Stop function.

PLC Contact1
To use PLC contact1 function, local hardwiring control authority must be enabled.
M10x accepts the commands from PLC to control motor when programmable DI is
configured as PLC Contact1. This input works in edge triggering mode. When the digital
input is detected rising edge triggering, the motor runs CW/N1. When the digital input is
detected falling edge triggering, the motor stops.
PLC Contact2
To use PLC contact2 function, local hardwiring control authority must be enabled.

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M10x accepts the commands from PLC to control motor when programmable DI is
configured as PLC Contact2. This input works in edge triggering mode. When the digital
input is detected rising edge triggering, the motor runs CCW/N2. When the digital input is
detected falling edge triggering, the motor stops.

Trip Reset
The trip reset input is used to reset trip after trip occur.
This input works in edge triggering mode.

Torque Switch Input


The input is used to check the status of torque switch used for Actuator Starter. When the
input is different from normal state, M10x-M will release all contactor control relays to stop
the motor. This input works in level check mode.

NOP
No special operation for the NOP function, only for the check of digital input status. This
input can be used as status transfer of digital input. This input works in level check mode.

MD Control
It will decide whether the control command from MD is active or not. When one of DIs is
assigned for MD Control, the control authority of MD will not be changed via
parameterization but relying on the input status of the DI. If the input status is active, motor
can be controlled via MD. Whereas the control command from MD is inactive.
This input works in level check mode.
Programmable Outputs
M101-M has one and M102-M has tow programmable relays output. These outputs can be
assigned any of the functions listed below.
Energize on Motor Start Delay :
Provides a delayed energization of relay when motor is started.
De-energize on Motor Stop Delay:
Provides a delayed de-energization of relay when motor is stopped.
Fieldbus Control:
The relay can be energized or de-energized via the serial port.
Interlock0:
The relay will energize while the programmable input 0 switch is closed
Interlock1:
The relay will energize while the programmable input 1 switch is closed
Interlock2:
The relay will energize while the programmable input 2 switch is closed
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Trips:
The relay is energized when there is no trip. When a trip occurs, the relay will be deenergized.
Resetting M10x-M will energize the relay.
Ground Fault Trip:
The relay is energized when no ground fault trip occurs. When ground fault trip occurs,
the relay will
be de-energized. Resetting M10x-M will energize the relay.
TOL:
The relay is energized when no thermal overload trip occurs. When thermal overload trip
occurs, the relay will be de-energized. Resetting M10x-M will energize the relay.
Watchdog Output:
M10x-M has an internal hardware watchdog supervising the behavior of the
microprocessor software. Programmable output can be used as signaling output relay for
indicating the status of the units internal watchdog. In case of fault the watchdog
activates and the relay is energized.
Communication Failure:
The relay is energized when no communication failure occurs. When the failure occurs,
the relay will be de-energized.
RCU Mode (M101-M Only):
This definition is assigned to the programmable out when NR DOL/RCU or REV
DOL/RCU' is selected as motor starter mode. The relay output serves the same function
of de-energized the contactor coil as CCC output in M102.
Local Remote Output:
The relay is energized when the control authority is Remote only .The relay will be deenergized when the control authority is Local and Remote or Local only.
Metering
The M10x-M meters and displays:
RMS current
RMS voltage (M102-M Only)
Ground fault current
Frequency (M102-M Only)
Power factor (M102-M Only)
Power (M102-M Only)
Energy (M102-M Only)

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Communication Interface
Overview
The physical fieldbus interface inM10x-M is RS485. There are two identical RS485 interfaces
built in M10x-M to support full redundancy network design.
The M10x-M implements a subset of the Modicon Modbus RTU serial communication standard.
Modbus is a single master/multiple slave type of protocol suitable for a multi drop configuration
as provided by RS485 hardware. The M10x-M is always a Modbus slave. They could not be
programmed as Modbus masters. Commonly computers or PLCs are acted as masters.
Both monitoring and control are possible using read and write register commands. Other
commands are supported to provide additional functions.

RS485 Interface Cable


All devices are connected in bus structure. In one segment up to 32 modules can be connected.
At the beginning and the end of one segment, the cable is terminated with resistor. The
maximum length depends on cable type and baud-rate.

Function Description
The following functions are supported by the M10x-M:
FUNCTION CODE 02H - Read Settings and Actual Values
FUNCTION CODE 03H - Read Settings and Actual Values
FUNCTION CODE 04H - Read Settings and Actual Values
FUNCTION CODE 05H - Execute Operation
FUNCTION CODE 06H - Store Single Setting
FUNCTION CODE 08H Loop Back Test
FUNCTION CODE 10H - Store Multiple Settings
For more information on Modbus implementation in M10x-M, please refer to separate
document 1TNC 911505 M0204 Modbus Protocol Implementation for M10x-M.

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Parameterization
Overview
Parameterization means entering values to M10x-M parameters. Before integrated in a system,
the parameters of communication should be set correctly only via the parameterization interface
on operator panel.
M10x-M parameters can be uploaded by and downloaded via the parameterization device.

Parameterization via MD2/MD3


There is a USB-Pin physical interface on MD2 or MD3, which is for parameterization via a
laptop.

Parameterization via MODBUS


M10x-M parameters are listed in the MODBUS memory map. The user can parameterize M10xM by using Function code 06H/10H. For detail information, refer to the MODBUS Protocol
Implementation for M10x-M document.

M10x-M Parameters
M10x-M Parameters are listed together with explanations, possible ranges and default values in
separate document 1TNC 911105 M0203 M10x-M Parameter Description .

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MD2/MD3 Operator Panel
Overview
You can use the MD2/MD3 operator panel to control a motor from the control-cubicle door or
from a drawer. You can use additional pushbutton functions and LED displays as alternatives.
There are also more message available on a LCD display unit (MD2 only).
The operator panel can be connected to the M10x-M basic unit via a RS485 communication
port ( which physical interface is RJ11 ) . It is supplied with power from the basic unit also via
RJ11 interface.
The faceplate of operator panel are shown below

Fig. 36 MD2

Fig. 37 MD3

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LED indicator
LED Indicator
READY

START1
START2
FAULT

State

Description

On

Unit is ready for operation

Blinking

Unit is yet not initialized

On

Motor is running CW/N1

On

Motor is running CCW/N2

On

Fault trip

Blinking

Alarm

Table 37 LED indicator

Buttons
Button

Function
Window Scoll
To Start motor CW/N1
To start motor CCW/N2
Stop/Reset

Table 38 MD2/3 Buttons

Actual value display

Ia

1.78A

Ib

1.79A

Ic

1.77A

This message displays the actual RMS


current in each phase in amps
Format: 1.00 at CT primary 1A
10.0 at CT primary 50A
100 at CT primary>50A

Ia/In

25%

Ib/In

25%

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This message displays ground fault
current.

This message displays the frequency of


power supply.
Note: M101-M cant measure frequency

Ua

219V

This message displays L-N voltage.

Ub

220V

Note: M101-M cant measurer voltage

Uab

379V

This message displays L-L voltage.

Ubc

380V

Note: M101-M cant measurer voltage

145KVA

141KW

This messge displays apparent power,


active power and power factor.

COS

0.97

Energy used
12345 kWhr

Therm Capacity :
53%

Cause of Trip:
Overload

Note: M101-M cant measure S,P,COS

This message displays the total


accumulated energy used since last
cleared.
This message displays the thermal
memory of the motor. The max thermal
capacity is 100%. A thermal capacity value
equal to Trip level will cause overload trip.
This message displays the cause of the
current trip. The cause of trip message will
override the currently selected default
message. The possible causes of trip are:
TOL

Stalled rotor

Phase failure

Unbalance

Underload

Noload

Earth fault

PTC

Undervoltage

Feedback

Prog. IN0

Prog. IN1

Prog. IN2

Serial COM

Start limitation

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Overload

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Any alarm conditions that are currently active


will be display. The cause of alarm message
will override the currently selected default
message. The possible causes of alarm are:
Overload

Thermal capacity

Phase failure

Unbalance

Underload

Noload

Earth fault

Welded

Feedback

Fail to stop

Fail to start

Serial COM

Start limitation

Start number

Running time

Prog. IN1

Prog. IN0

Prog. IN2

PTC (only inM102-M)

Addr.

M102-M
MD

v2.0
v2.0

This message displays network ID, Firmware


version of the M10x-M and MD2 after
pressing the select key for 5 seconds. (Only
MD2 v2.0 or above supported this function)

Parameterization port
The parameterization port is a USB-pin interface. After communication plug is inserted, the
communication between the M10x-M and operator panel is terminated. The message on LCD
shows the parameterization state, and the functions of buttons are invalid.

Parameter
setting

M10x-M parameters can be upload and downloaded from the parameterization device via the
interface.
Connection
Operator panel is connected to the X2 terminal on M10x-M via RJ11 interface. The connection
shown below includes power supply and communication.

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Fig. 38 Connection between M10x-M and MD2/3


If MD2 cant get information from M10x-P, No Message will be shown in LCD the window.

No message

Parameterization Software: MCUsetup


MCUsetup software is used to set parameter. It exchanges data with M10x-M via RS485.

Fig. 39 Parameterization interface

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MCUSetup interface

The parameterization software available with following function:


Edit parameters
Export parameter to a file
Import parameter from a file
Update M10x-Ms parameters
Download M10x-Ms parameters
Read M10x-Ms parameters

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User management
The parameterization software can run on all of the following PC operation system:
Windows 2000, Windows XP and Win 7.
For more information on how to do the parameter setting through MCUSetup software, please
refer to separate document 1TNC911104M0202 MCUSetup (Software Tool) User Guide

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Appendix A Technical Data


Technical data
Main circuit
Rated operation voltage (Ue)

230/400V or 400/690V

Rated insulation voltage (Ui)

690V

Rated impulse withstand voltage (Uimp)

6kV

Degree of pollution

Rated operation current (Ie)

0.5-1A 1-2.5A

2.5-5A

5-12.5A 12.5-30A 30-63A


Rated frequency

50/60Hz

Control circuit
Rated operational voltage (Ue)

24V DC or 230 VAC

Rated insulation voltage (Ui)

- or 250V

Rate impulse withstand voltage (Uimp)

- or 4 kV

Rated operational current (Ie)


Contactor Control relay output
Programmable relay output
Rated frequency

2A (DC-13)
2A (AC-15)
2A (DC-13)
2A (AC-15)
50/60 Hz

DC Power supply
Rated operational voltage (Ue)

24VDC

Voltage operation range

85%-110% Ue

DC Power consumption
Typical

4.5W

Maxium

8W

Maximum starting current

600mA

Digital input
Number of digital input

6(M101-M) / 13(M102-M)

Close contact current (peak)

2.55mA

Open contactor current (peak)

00.8 mA

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Filedbus interface
Protocol

Modbus RTU

Baud-rate

1200/4800/9600/19200 bps

Fieldbus capacity

32

Environmental conditions
Storage

-25-+85

Normal operation

-5-+60

Humidity

15% up to 95% without dew

EMC Environment

1) Equipments in the system comply with EMC


requirement of CE / CCC certificate.
2) Power supply system complies with
IEC61000-2-1, IEC61000-2-2, especially the
system in which VSD / Frequency Converters
are used.

Metering accuracy
Phase current

Range: 0.1-8 phase CT primary amps


Accuracy: (2%+1)

Earth fault current

Full scale: 1.2 RCT nominal current


Accuracy: 2% RCT primary

Phase voltage (M102-M Only)

Voltage metering range: 110V-440V


Accuracy: 2%

Power (M102-M Only)

Accuracy: 5% nominal or 5% reading,


whichever is greater

Thermistor Input (M102-M Only)

Sensor type: positive temperature coefficient


PTC RHOT=100-10,000
Accuracy: 5% or 100

which is greater

Standards
Low voltage switchgears
IEC60947-1

Low voltage switchgear and controlgear


Part1: General rules

IEC60947-4-1

Low voltage switchgear and controlgear


Part4: Contactors and motor-starters, Section
one-Electromechanical contactors and motorstarters

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Appendix A Technical Data

EMC
Electrostatic discharge

IEC61000-4-2, Level 3

Electromagnetic field immunity

IEC61000-4-3, Level 3

Electrical fast transient/burst immunity

IEC61000-4-4, Level 4

Surge immunity

IEC61000-4-5, Level 3

Conducted disturbance immunity

IEC61000-4-6, Level 2

Radiated disturbance

EN55011, Class A

i) Precautious measures shall be taken in system designs to avoid potential high


electromagnetic disturbance which may result in unstable network and malfunction of
M10x relays. For example, in applications that Variable Speed Drives are used in a
large scale, harmonic filter devices shall be required in system design to reduce the
impact to the network.
ii) Surge Suppressors are required to use with contactor coils to limit high pre-damping
voltage frequencies.

Fig. 44 Surge Suppressors for Contactor Coils

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