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Integrated process and electrical control with protection for low voltage motors.

MM3
Intelligent MCC Controller
Applications
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Low voltage motor control centers Integrated process & electrical control

Protection
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Overload Phase unbalance Contactor failure Locked/stalled rotor Ground fault Hot winding thermistor Undercurrent/underpower

Control
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Undervoltage auto restart Outputs: 2 contactor, 2 programmable Inputs: 6 fixed, 10 programmable 1 analog input 1 analog output 4-20 mA

DESCRIPTION
The Motor Manager 3 (MM3) combines control functions and comprehensive motor protection in one package. This compact device provides sophisticated control and protective relaying at significant cost savings over the discrete devices normally found in a low voltage motor control center (MCC). One MM3 is required for every starter in the MCC. The contactors can be energized and de-energized using the MM3s direct wired inputs, or via the serial port. A total of 6 fixed and 10 programmable switch inputs are available. A wide range of starter types may be controlled by the MM3 using two contactor outputs and two auxiliary outputs. One analog input can be programmed by the user as well as one analog out. A programmable undervoltage auto restart function is available. Motor protection features for the most common causes of failure are provided to prevent costly shut downs and rewinds. These include overload, phase unbalance, locked rotor (stall), ground fault, undercurrent and underpower. A thermistor input can also be provided to protect a hot winding. The relay checks the contactor status at start and stop commands to indicate contactor failure. Alarms are provided to warn of additional abnormal conditions. The MM3 has two mounting configurations: chassis mount no display, and panel mount local display. Both models have a 2 wire RS485 ModBus RTU protocol communication port operating at up to 57,600 bps. The panel mount model has a stop key and 8 status LEDs, a 2 by 20 line display, 2 additional command mode LEDs, and a keypad, which allows full local access without a computer.

Monitoring and Metering


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Display phase current, ground current, thermal capacity, analog input, power, energy, etc. Trip record and pre-trip values Maintenance information Self-test

User Interfaces
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RS485 ModBus Port, 1200 - 57,600 bps Display model for local interface Up to 10 status LEDs

Features
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Reduces MCC and field wiring Replaces timers, relays, protective devices, meters, panel indicators Integrated primary CTs up to 250 FLC Local faceplate Standard removable rear terminals Remote Touchscreen graphical interface (connects up to 32 units)

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PROTECTION AND CONTROL
The MM3 is available with different protection and control features depending on the model ordered as outlined in the Model Table (page 208).

Ground fault (50G/51G)


The ground fault level is measured as a percentage of FLC. Ground overcurrent can be detected either from the residual connection of the phase CTs or from the zero sequence CT. A delay time is set to prevent nuisance alarms from momentary surges. Both a ground fault alarm and trip are provided. The alarm can be set below the trip level to get an early warning of insulation breakdown.

shearpin, loss of pump flow, etc., which may result in only a small change in current is provided by the under power alarm.

Overload (49/51)
An overload trip is caused when the thermal capacity value equals 100%. Thermal capacity used is calculated from accumulated I2t value and chosen overload curves. True RMS current sensing ensures correct response to the heating effect of harmonics. One of 12 different I2t time-overcurrent overload curves may be selected from 8 standard curves and 4 NEMA compatible curves.
Of the 12 overload curves available 4 are NEMA compatible time/current overload curves.
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Contactor Failure
The MM3 monitors the contactor while performing start and stop commands. If the contactor does not change status (open to closed or closed to open) an open control circuit or welded contactor alarm is triggered.

Overtemperature (49)
An input from motor winding thermistors is available. The MM3 can accept both positive temperature coefficient (PTC) and negative temperature coefficient (NTC) sensors. A thermistor level can be selected for both alarm and trip.

Additional Alarms
The MM3 has programmable alarms to warn of a number of abnormal conditions. These include: acceleration time exceeded, abnormal inverter starter, incomplete start, motor greasing, contactor inspection, motor stop time, analog input, and process interlock switch open.

Cooling Time
After an overload trip the thermal capacity value will decrease exponentially to model the cooling characteristic of the motor. An overload trip can normally be reset when the thermal capacity value decreases to 15%. A stopped motor cooling time can be set to determine how long it takes for a stopped motor to reach steady state ambient temperature from its maximum allowable temperature.

Starters
The MM3 can control a variety of starter types using the contactor outputs. Contactor A is used for full voltage non-reversing starters. Contactor A and B are used for reversing, two speed, autotransformer, inverter, wye-delta open transition, slip ring, and part winding starters. Contactors A, B, and one auxiliary output are used for the reduced voltage wye-delta closed transition starter.

10000

TIME IN SECONDS

1000

100

Undercurrent/Underpower (37)
CURVE #
CLASS 30

Both undercurrent and underpower alarms and trips are provided with time delays. Protection against failed

10

CLASS 20 CLASS 15 CLASS 10

FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM


1 0.1 0.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89 10 20 50 100

MULTIPLE OF PICKUP CURRENT (PER UNIT)

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DEVICE PROTECTION
52 480 VOLT BUS

Phase Unbalance (46)


The MM3 monitors the percentage unbalance in the motor phase currents. If a phase current unbalance of greater than 15% exists for more than 5 seconds an alarm is generated. If a phase current unbalance of greater than 30% exists for more than 5 seconds a trip occurs.

49/51 46

FUSE CONTACTOR
CONTACTOR A (FORWARD/WYE) CONTACTOR B (REVERSE/DELTA) AUX 1 RELAY

PHASE PT

59 27 AUX 2 RELAY 51 49 37 46 CONTROL INPUTS 4-20mA MOTOR INPUT MANAGER 3

Locked/Stalled Rotor (48)


Mechanical equipment such as pumps or fans can be quickly damaged if it gets jammed resulting in a locked rotor stall. The MM3 will trip when the running current exceeds the stalled rotor trip level after the programmed time delay. If stall protection is not required this feature may be set to OFF. This feature is disabled during the inrush of motor starting.

Overload Phase unbalance (single phase) Welded/open contactor 50G/51G Ground fault 48 Locked rotor/stalled rotor 37 Undercurrent/underpower 27 Undervoltage 59 Overvoltage 49 Hot winding (thermistor) option 3

PHASE CT GROUND CT
51G

WINDING 49 THERMISTOR
THERMISTOR LOAD MOTOR

PROCESS PLC OR TRANSDUCER

RS485 REMOTE COMMUNICATION 1200-57K6 BAUD

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MONITORING AND METERING
Undervoltage Auto Restart
It is possible to automatically restart the motor after a momentary power loss if this feature is enabled. When the control voltage drops below the dropout voltage the contactors are deenergized. The MM3 can initiate timers to restart selected drives upon the return of supply voltage. If control voltage is restored within the programmed restart time it will be restarted immediately. If the control voltage takes longer to be restored the MM3 can be programmed to attempt to restart the motor after a programmed time delay.

Metering
The MM3 meters and displays: s s s s
RMS current of each phase Ground fault leakage current Motor load as a % of full load current Thermal capacity used (%) according to I2t history and chosen overload curve; hot/cold ratio is used to model heating when running below full motor current % unbalance Power (kW) Energy (kWh) Voltage Analog input

at which a number of routine maintenance tasks should be performed. When these times are exceeded an alarm is generated. These include: s Motor greasing interval: number of
hours after which motor bearings must be lubricated s Contactor inspection: number of starts after which contactor contacts must be inspected for wear s Maximum motor stopped time: The maximum number of hours that the motor can be left not running

Outputs
The MM3 has one or two contactors (A and B). There are also two auxiliary programmable output relays available on the MM3. These two outputs can be assigned to any one of 31 functions.

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Networking
Gateway solutions exist to connect the MM3 to installed protocols in a given system. The X-Link is a gateway product from SST (www.sstech.on.ca). This product makes it possible to transfer data between two communications networks. Networks such as ModBus, ModBus Plus, ProfiBus, DeviceNet, Data Highway Plus, GE Fanuc, ControlNet and DNP are supported.

Trip Record
When the MM3 issues a trip command a trip record is generated. This includes the cause of the trip and pre-trip actual values.

Switched Inputs
The MM3 has up to 6 fixed control inputs. These are used for start A and B, stop, local isolator, and contactor A and B status. The MM3 also has up to 10 programmable switch inputs. Each input can have one of 33 interlock functions assigned to it. Once a function is assigned to one interlock input that function cannot be assigned to any other interlock input.

Statistics and Maintenance


The MM3 records statistical data about relay and motor operation. The MM3 also allows the user to set the interval

X-Link makes it possible to transfer data between two communications networks.


PC EQUIPPED WITH: SST 5136-PFB PROFIBUS CARD MICROSOFT EXCEL SST X-LINK CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE SST DP MASTER DDE SERVER SOFTWARE SST PROFIBUS CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE

Analog Input

MODBUS NETWORK PROFIBUS-DP NETWORK

The analog input can be scaled to user defined values. High and low alarm and trip setpoints are recorded with time delays.

SST X-LINK EQUIPPED WITH: SST 5136-PBMS PROFIBUS CARD OPTIONAL RS232 SERIAL CARD KERNEL DRIVER MODBUS DRIVER (DRIVER 1) PROFIBUS-PBMSLV DRIVER (DRIVER 2)

Cost Effective MCC Wiring with MM3.


MCC WIRING CONVERTIONAL MCC
SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEM FOR ONE STARTER
STOP RELAY

MCC WITH MOTOR MANAGER 3


SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEM FOR ONE STARTER TRIPPED

24V DC OUTPUTS

START RELAY

STOPPED

RUNNING

RS232 CABLES FROM COM PORT OF THE SERIAL CARD AND X-LINK TO F485

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10 WIRE CONTROL CABLE

F485 OR SCI BOX


RS232 FIBER OPTIC RS485 POWER POWER

F485 OR SCI BOX


RS232 FIBER OPTIC RS485 POWER POWER

F485 OR SCI BOX


RS232 FIBER OPTIC RS485 POWER POWER

REMOTE CONTROL

TWO WIRE

COMPUTER

Tx

Rx

+ - COM GND + COM PORT 9VAC/9VDC

9VAC/ 9VDC

COMPUTER

Tx

Rx

+ - COM GND + COM PORT 9VAC/9VDC

9VAC/ 9VDC

COMPUTER

Tx

Rx

+ - COM GND + COM PORT 9VAC/9VDC

9VAC/ 9VDC

CONTROL CABLE

SHIELDED TWISTED PAIR

TWISTED PAIR

SHIELDED TWISTED PAIR

LOCAL MCC RS485 TWISTED PAIR


L

DAISY-CHAIN 3
RUNNING STOPPED TRIPPED ALARM

DAISY-CHAIN 2
ACTUAL STORE SETPOINT RESET

DAISY-CHAIN 1
ACTUAL STORE SETPOINT RESET

240/120V AC
N

STOP RELAY

START RELAY

CONTACTOR C3 TRIP

CONTACTOR C2 CONTACTOR
L PANEL DEVICES

SLAVE 1
AUTO START A SETPOINT

FAULT

SLAVE 1

MESSAGE

RUNNING STOPPED TRIPPED

RELAY A RELAY B AUX RELAY 1 AUX RELAY 2


AUTO

SLAVE 1
START B

MESSAGE

RUNNING STOPPED

RELAY A RELAY B AUX RELAY 1 AUX RELAY 2


AUTO

CONTACTOR A MESSAGE CONTACTOR B

VALUE

VALUE

TRIPPED
MANUAL

ALARM
MANUAL START B ACTUAL

ALARM

MANUAL

FIELD STOP

AUX 1 AUX 2

240/120 V AC
N

MM III

RUNNING INDICATOR STOPPED INDICATIOR TRIPPED INDICATIOR HOURS RUN COUNTER NUMBERS OF STARTS START PUSHBUTTON STOP PUSHBUTTON

RESET

STOP

START A

STOP

START A

START B

STOP

VALUE
STORE

O/L RELAY

GROUND FAULT

STALL RELAY

THERMISTOR

U/C RELAY

ACCEL TIME

TRIP RELAY

FIELD CONTRACTOR STOP

ACTUAL

STORE

ACTUAL

STORE

SETPOINT

RESET

SETPOINT

RESET

SLAVE 2
STATUS
ALARM
PROGRAM SIMULATION SELF TEST

SLAVE 2
COMMUNICATE RELAYS
TX1 RX1 TX2 RX2 ALARM AUX1 AUX2 AUX3

MESSAGE

RUNNING STOPPED TRIPPED ALARM

RELAY A RELAY B AUX RELAY 1 AUX RELAY 2


AUTO

SLAVE 2
START B

MESSAGE

RUNNING STOPPED

RELAY A RELAY B AUX RELAY 1 AUX RELAY 2


AUTO

VALUE

VALUE

TRIPPED
MANUAL

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ALARM

MANUAL

STOP

START A

STOP

START A

START B

PQM
POWER QUALITY METER

SR469 STATUS
SR469 IN SERVICE SETPOINT ACCESS

MOTOR STATUS
STOPPED STARTING RUNNING OVERLOAD PICKUP UNBALANCE PICKUP GROUND PICKUP HOT RTD LOSS OF LOAD

OUTPUT RELAYS
R1 TRIP R2 AUXILIARY R3 AUXILIARY R4 ALARM R5 BLOCK START R6 SERVICE

SLAVE 3

COMPUTER RS232 COMPUTER RS485 AUXILIARY RS485 LOCKOUT RESET POSSIBLE MESSAGE

RESET

NEXT

PROGRAM PORT

SETPOINT MESSAGE ACTUAL

8 5 2 0

9 6 3
HELP

4 1
VALUE

ESCAPE

ENTER

MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY

TM

SR469

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USER INTERFACES MODELS
Communication
The MM3 uses a ModBus RTU RS485 connection for communication. Up to 32 MM3s can be daisy chained together on a single communication channel. The MM3 supports operation at 1200 to 57600 bps. A RS232/485 converter module may be used to connect a personal computer to the MM3.

Mounting Configurations
The MM3 can be ordered in two mounting configurations; the chassis mount and the panel mount with local display.
The chassis mount model is the black box version of the MM3. It is mounted inside the motor control center (MCC).

Alternatively up to 32 MM3s could be daisy chained and connected to a Touch-screen Graphical Interface (TGI) module for remote status/command operations.

Software
The MM3 is provided with a free communications program called MM3PC. It runs on a personal computer under Windows. It allows access to all the features of the MM3 with easy to use pull down menus. Using this program it is possible to: s s s s s s
Program or modify setpoints Load or save setpoints from or to a disk Read actual values from the MM3 Monitor status Read pre-trip data and trip record Display dynamic trending of actual values s Get help on any topic s Print the instruction manual from disk s Simulate and test features

Windows based software is supplied with the MM3.

The chassis mount version has the added flexibility of using the display port as a second communications port. The advantage is that slower metering functions can be assigned to one communications port while the other port could be used for high speed command operations such as Start/Stop or quick status updates such as tripped, running, etc. Using the second port provides a means for redundant communication channels guaranteeing control and status information even if one channel is interrupted.

The panel mount with display model is the Top of the Line MM3.

The panel mount with local display model is mounted on the front panel of the MCC with its 2 by 20 alphanumeric display, full keypad, and 10 status LEDs exposed to the operator for complete local viewing and setpoint programming. The setpoints can also be loaded into the relay through the RS485 communications port.

Model Table: The MM3 is available in chassis mount or panel mount models.

OPTION 1 (Standard) Protection 3 phase overload protection (49/51) Phase unbalance (46) Welded/open contactor Ground fault trips (50G/51G) Stalled rotor protection (48) Display kw and kWh Undercurrent/underpower (37) Overvoltage (59) Undervoltage (27) 4 control 2 programmable

OPTION 2 3 phase overload protection (49/51) Phase unbalance (46) Welded/open contactor Ground fault trips (50G/51G) Stalled rotor protection (48) Display kw and kWh Undercurrent/underpower (37) Overvoltage (59) Undervoltage (27) 6 control 10 programmable Thermistor input Analog in input Analog output Contactor A Contactor B Aux 1 Aux 2 or ESD relay

Inputs

Relays

Contactor A Aux 1 Aux 2 or ESD relay

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FEATURES
Front View
DISPLAY: 2 line, 40 character illuminated display communicates all messages in simple English for easy interpretation by users unfamiliar with unit. RELAY INDICATORS: RELAY A: Contactor A energized. RELAY B: Contactor B energized. AUX 1: User programmable relay 1 energized. AUX 2: User programmable relay 2 energized. PROGRAM KEYS: ACTUAL VALUES: Press to enter actual values mode to display actual motor values such as current, ground leakage, thermal capacity. SETPOINTS: Press to enter setpoint mode to alter or examine setpoints. STORE: Save a newly entered setpoint. RESET: Reset the MM3 after a trip. MESSAGE: Move to the desired setpoint or actual value message. VALUE: Increment or decrement currently displayed setpoint value. CONTROL KEYS: AUTO: Selects operation of start via communication port. MANUAL: Selects manual operation of motor using start key. START A: Energize contactor A. START B: Energize contactor B. STOP: De-energize contactors.

STATUS INDICATORS: RUNNING: Contactor is energized and motor is running. STOPPED: Contactor is not energized and motor is not running. TRIPPED: Contactor is not energized. Motor is not running. The MM3 has tripped the motor due to a fault. Normally a cause of trip message will be displayed. ALARM: One or more alarm conditions are present. Normally a cause of alarm message will be displayed.

Rear View

SWITCH INPUTS Opto-isolated 120/240 VAC live inputs for various interlock functions. The interlock inputs are fully programmable and can be assigned to such functions as setpoint access, plant interlock, test, and various others.

THERMISTOR NTC or PTC thermistor input for hot winding detection.

GROUND CT INPUT 50:0.025 ground fault input.

Ground safety and surge

SUPPLY VOLTAGE required to power the MM3 VOLTAGE INPUT Phase A voltage input for voltage and power monitoring.

ANALOG INPUT/OUTPUT 4 - 20mA input for process control monitoring / alarming / tripping. COMMUNICATIONS RS485 2 wire serial communication port operates at 1200 - 57,600 bps for remote commands, monitoring and setpoint store. ModBus RTU protocol.

CONTROL POWER 120/240 VAC supply voltage selector switch and fuse access door 4 RELAYS s Contactor A: direct on line / forward / wye s Contactor B: reverse / delta s User programmable relay (AUX 1) s User programmable relay (AUX 2) Ground safety

RESIDUAL GROUND INPUT PHASE CT INPUTS 3 isolated phase CT inputs

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TYPICAL WIRING

480 VOLTS A C B

CONTACTOR F3 F4 F5 A A A L1 L2 L3

CT MODULE CT PHASE A CT PHASE B CT PHASE C CT GROUND

MOTOR

C B A F1 F2

10 9
480 VOLTS

INTERLOCK INPUT 10 INTERLOCK INPUT 9 INTERLOCK INPUT 8 PROGRAMMABLE INPUTS INTERNAL CONNECTOR

19 20
RS485

SERIAL 485 A+ SERIAL 485 B485 SHIELD

25
RS485

26 27 31 32 33
4-20 mA ANALOG OUT

8 7

110/230 VAC

6 5 4 3 2 1 * 11 12 13
A

INTERLOCK INPUT 6 INTERLOCK INPUT 5 INTERLOCK INPUT 4 INTERLOCK INPUT 3 INTERLOCK INPUT 2 INTERLOCK INPUT 1 STOP

ANALOG OUT

INTERLOCK INPUT 7

ANALOG + ANALOG ANALOG OUT SHIELD

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MOTOR MANAGER 3 OPTION 2

43
N/O

42 41
N/C

40 39
N/O

FIXED SWITCH INPUTS

START A START B ISOLATOR STATUS NO CONTACTOR A STATUS NO CONTACTOR B STATUS NO THERMISTOR + THERMISTOR ANALOG + ANALOG ANALOG IN SHIELD NEUTRAL

= OPTION 2

PROGRAMMABLE RELAY 2

38 37
N/C

14 * 15 16

36
+24 VDC +24 COM

PROG. RELAY 2 EXT. COIL

35 34

STATOR THERMISTOR

17 18

4-20mA ANALOG IN

28 29 30 23 24 22 21 48

CONTACTOR CONTACTOR A B

ANALOG IN CONTROL POWER

N/O COM N/O COM

44 45 46 47
CONTACTOR A

LIVE EARTH SURGE EARTH SAFETY EARTH SAFETY

PHONE JACK

TO REMOTE DISPLAY

MCC GROUND BUS

NOTES: 1. RELAY CONTACT STATE SHOWN WITH CONTROL POWER NOT APPLIED. 2. TERMINALS MARKED WITH "*" MUST BE CONNECTED BEFORE MOTOR CAN BE STARTED. 3. DO NOT GROUND TERMINAL 19 WHEN USING A EXTERNAL GROUND CT.

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MM3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PROTECTION OVERLOAD CURVES Trip Time: 200 ms up to 10 sec Accuracy: 2% of trip time over 10 sec Detection Level: 1% of primary CT amps GROUND FAULT TRIP TIME Accuracy: - 0 ms, + 50 ms, 0.0 = less than 50 ms SINGLE PHASE (PHASE UNBALANCE) Range: Greater than 30% U/B Accuracy: 2 percentage points Trip Delay: 5 sec, 1 sec Calculation Method: If IAV IFLC : UB = | IM - IAV | x 100 IAV If IAV < IFLC : UB = | IM - IAV | x 100 IFLC Where: IAV = average phase currents IM = current in a phase with maximum deviation from IAV IFLC = motor full load current setting UNDERCURRENT Range: Delay Range: Accuracy: 10-100% of motor FLC, or OFF 1 to 60 sec 1 sec OUTPUTS MM3 CONTACTOR AUX 1 & AUX 2 OUTPUT RELAYS MAKE/CARRY MAX. OPERATING MAX. SWITCH. VOLTAGE CONTINUOUS CURRENT CAPACITY RESISTIVE 30 VDC 8A 8A 2400 VA 240 W 8A 8A 2000 VA 250 VAC 240 W 3.5 A 8A 875 VA INDUCTIVE 30 VDC (PF = 0.4) 170 W 3.5 A 8A 875 A 250 VAC 170 W CONFIGURATION SPST-NO + SPST-NC AUX 1 & 2 Form A CONTACT MATERIAL Silver Alloy (AgCdO) MAX OPERATING VOLTAGE 380 VAC, 125 VDC MIN PERMISSIBLE LOAD 5 VDC, 10 mA ANALOG OUTPUTS Output: Max Load: Max Output: Accuracy: Isolation: 4-20 mA 600 21 mA 2% of full scale reading 36 V isolated, active source POWER SUPPLY SUPPLY VOLTAGE AC Nominal: Frequency: Power Consumption: 120 VAC, range 80-135 VAC 240 VAC, range 150-250 VAC 50/60 Hz 25 VA (Maximum) 7 VA (Nominal)

ENVIRONMENTAL Pollution Degree: Overvoltage Category: Insulation Voltage Continuous Operating Temperature: Peak Operating Temperature: IP Class: TYPE TESTS Transients:

2 2 300 V 0C to 60C 85C, 16Hrs (IEC60068-2-2) IEC 529 IPX0

Impulse: RFI: Static: Hipot:

UNDERVOLTAGE SUPPLY VOLTAGE Undervoltage: 65 % of nominal (120 VAC or 240 VAC) immediate restart for maximum dip time of 0.1-0.5 sec or OFF delayed restart for maximum dip time of 0.1-10.0 sec/unlimited time Delay Restart Range: 0.2-300 sec Delay Restart Accuracy: 0.2 sec MONITORING VOLTAGE INPUT/POWER READING Conversion: True RMS, sample time 1.67 ms Voltage Full Scale: 1.5 x VT Primary Voltage Accuracy: 2% of VT Primary or 2% of reading, whichever is greater Power Accuracy: 5% of nominal or 5% of reading, whichever is greater Input Voltage: Nominal: 120 VAC or 240 VAC Max: 250 VAC VT Burden: 0.01 VA ACCELERATION TIME Range: 0.5 to 125 sec, or OFF Accuracy: 0.5 sec THERMAL COOLING TIMES Range: 5-1080 min when motor stopped 50% of motor stopped value when motor running Accuracy: 1 min STALLED ROTOR Range: Delay Range: Accuracy: 1.15 to 4.50 x FLC, or OFF 0.5 to 5 sec 0.5 sec

INPUTS THERMISTOR INPUTS positive temperature coefficient PTC Sensor Types: RHOT=100-30,000 negative temperature coefficient NTC RHOT=100-30,000 Delay: 1 sec Accuracy: 5% or 100 (whichever is greater) ANALOG INPUT Range: Accuracy: Alarm: Trip: Accuracy: Isolation: COMMUNICATIONS Type: Baud Rate: Protocol: Functions: 4-20 mA 1% of full scale Programmable 4-20 mA Programmable 4-20 mA 2% of full scale reading 15 V isolated, active source

ANSI/IEEE C37.90.1 Oscillatory/ Fast Risetime Transients IEC 801-4 Electrical Fast Transient/ Burst Requirements IEC 255-5 5 kV Impulse Voltage Test 150 MHz, 450 MHz 5 W Handheld Transmitter @ 25 cm IEC 801-2 Electrostatic Discharge 1500 V, 1 min all input > 30 V

FUSE TYPE/RATING 0.5 A 250 V Fast blow, high breaking capacity INSTALLATION WARNING: HAZARD may result if the product is not used for its intended purpose.

PACKAGING Max. Weight: 6 lbs 12 oz (3.1 kg) Shipping Dimensions: 12" x 9" x 7.5" (350 mm x 229 mm x 190 mm) APPROVALS : IEC 947-1, IEC 1010-1 Quality Assurance System (registered by QMI): UL Listed for USA and Canada ISO: 9001 - 1994 *Specifications subject to change without notice. NOTE: It is recommended that all MM3 relays are powered up at least once per year to avoid deterioration of electrolytic capacitors in the power supply.

RS485 2 wire, half duplex 1,200-57,600 bps ModBus RTU Read/write setpoints, read actual values, execute commands, read coil status, read device status, loopback test

GUIDEFORM SPECIFICATIONS
Motor protection and control shall be provided by an intelligent control device capable of manual or automatic control. Protection features available shall include trip and alarms for:
Overload with 12 overload curves Phase unbalance Welded/open contactor Ground fault Locked/stalled rotor Thermistor for hot winding Undercurrent and underpower Additional alarms for abnormal conditions

2 contactors (A & B) 2 auxiliary relays, each of which

METERING PHASE CURRENT INPUTS Conversion: True RMS, sample time 1.67 ms Range: 0.1 to 8 x phase CT primary amps setpoint when external CTs are used .2 to 250 A, FLC < 32 A Accuracy: (2% + 1)* GROUND FAULT CURRENT INPUT Conversion: True RMS, sample time 1.67 ms Range: 0.1 to 1.0 x FLC amps setpoint (residual connection) 0.5 to 15.0 A (50:0.025 CT) Full Scale: 1.5 x FLC amps setpoint (residual connection) 15 A (50:0.025 CT) (2% + 2)* (residual connection) FLC < 32 A Accuracy: (2% + 6)* (residual connection) FLC < 32 A 50:0.025 CT: 0.3 A
*Accuracy is given as ([% of reading] + [number of least significant digits])

can be assigned to any one of 31 functions One analog input with high and low alarm and trip setpoints Undervoltage auto restart

Motor current sensing shall be from internal primary CTs up to 250 FLC. Ground sensing shall be from an external core balance CT or residually. Metering values shall include:
RMS current of each phase RMS ground fault leakage current Thermal capacity Analog input Motor load Thermal capacity used Unbalance Power (kW) Energy (kWh) RMS voltage

OUTPUTS RELAY CONTACTS MM3 CONTACTOR A & B OUTPUT RELAYS MAKE/CARRY MAX. OPERATING MAX. SWITCH. CONTINUOUS CURRENT CAPACITY RESISTIVE 30 VDC 8A 8A 2500 VA 300 W 250 VDC 8A 8A 2500 VA 300 W 3.5 A 8A 1250 VA INDUCTIVE 30 VDC 220 W (PF=0.4) 250 VDC 3.5 A 8A 1250 VA 220 W CONFIGURATION SPST-NO Contactor A & B Form A CONTACT MATERIAL Silver Alloy (AgCdO) MAX OPERATING VOLTAGE 380 VAC, 125 VDC MIN PERMISSIBLE LOAD 5 VDC, 100 mA VOLTAGE

Control features available shall include: 6 fixed control inputs for start A & B,
stop, local isolator, contactor A & B status 10 programmable inputs, each of which can be assigned to any one of 33 functions

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GUIDEFORM SPECIFICATIONS
The motor manager shall generate a trip report each time a trip command is issued. It shall include the cause of the trip and the pre-trip metering values. Statistical data and routine maintenance alarms shall be included features of the motor manager. continued A remote panel mount model shall be available with a 2 by 20 character display, control keys, and 10 LEDs to provide local access without a computer.

A RS485 ModBus RTU connection shall be used for communication. It shall support operation at 1200 to 57,600 bps. A RS232/485 converter module can be used to connect a personal computer to the motor manager. Software shall be provided to allow easy access to all features.

DIMENSIONS
DISPLAY MODULE
1.57 (40) 0.85 (21.6) 6.750 (171.5) 6.49 (164.8)

0.10 (2.54)

6.25 (158.8)

3.75 (95.3)
MESSAGE RUNNING RELAY A RELAY B AUX. RELAY 1 AUX. RELAY 2 VALUE

COMM PORT TO MAIN MODULE

STOPPED TRIPPED ALARM

4.00 (101.6)

2.31 (58.7) 3.47 (88.1) 1.15 (29.2)

CUTOUT
0.078 T Typ (2) 8 PLACES

9
SIDE VIEW

STOP

FRONT VIEW

0.17 (4.3) 4.063 (117.6)

MOUNTING DETAIL

MAIN MODULE

9.833 (249.8)

8.850 (224.8)

3.285 (83.4)

4.073 (117.6)

(4) - 0.156 (4)

2.270 (57.7) 1.040 (26.4) 1.030 0.704 (26.1) 0.950 (17.9) (24.1) 0.704 (17.9)
SPLIT LINE

CT MODULE

CUTOUT

CUTOUT

CUTOUT

C L

3.600 (91.5)

C L

C L

C L

REAR VIEW
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WARNING Check voltage switch before installation

(4) - 0.156 (4)

1.25 (31.8) 2.950 (74.9)

1.25 (31.8) 1.475 1.475 (37.5) (37.5) 3.963 (100.7) 3.963 (100.7)

1.25 (31.8) 2.950 (74.9)

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2.622 (66.6)

4.712 (119.7)

DISPLAY PORT REMOTE CT PORT

2.090 (53.1)

NOTE CT & MAIN MODULES CAN BE SPLIT MOUNTED & INTERFACED WITH CABLE

SIDE VIEW

FRONT VIEW

MOUNTING DETAIL

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ORDERING
To order select the basic model and the desired features from the Selection Guide below.

Accessories
MM3PC software package supplied free RS232 TO RS485 CONVERTER box designed for harsh industrial environments 5A PHASE CT: 300, 350, 400, 500, 600, 750, 1000 50:0.025 Ground CT for sensitive ground detection on high resistance grounded systems Control key cover hides auto, manual and start buttons

MM3 * * * *
MM3
Product family 1 Option 1 basic unit 2 Option 2 full unit E ESD relay A Aux 2 relay N No display (chassis unit) W With local display 120 120 VAC control voltage 240 240 VAC control voltage

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