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65013-008-89A

08/2002
Raleigh, NC, USA

Instruction Bulletin

Replaces 65013-008-89 6/86

Phase Failure Relay


Class 8430 Type MPD
Retain for future use.

INTRODUCTION

The Class 8430 Type MPD phase failure relay is a three-phase voltage
sensing device that trips on phase loss, phase reversal, voltage unbalance,
or undervoltage. Voltage unbalance trips the device when any voltage drops
10% below the average. Undervoltage is externally adjustable from
75100% of the rated voltage. The LED on the front of the device lights
when the device is energized.
Two 600 V Form C output contacts are standard on all devices. Table 1
shows the input voltage and input burden for each device type.
Table 1:

Device Types

Type

Input Voltage (60 Hz, 3 phase)

Input Burden

MPDV20

120 Vac

5.0 VA maximum

MPDV24

240 Vac

5.5 VA maximum

MPDV29

480 Vac

6.5 VA maximum

MPDV32

600 Vac

7.0 VA maximum

DANGER

WARNING

HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE

UNEXPECTED RESTART

Turn off all power supplying this equipment


before working on it.

This phase failure relay has auto reset.

Failure to follow this instruction will result in


death or serious injury.

Failure to follow this instruction can result in death or serious injury.

MOUNTING

Do not use a maintained contact device to control the motor starter.

For surface mounting, use two 8-32 screws placed 3.125 in. (79 mm) apart.
Mount adjacent devices on 2.25 in. (57 mm) centers. Class 8501 TYPE X
mounting track can be used.
Terminals accept one 1814 AWG copper wire. Use wire with 75 C or
higher insulation. Torque to 79 lb-in (0.81.0 Nm).

Figure 1:

Terminal Connections

Figure 2:

Approximate Dimensions

Shows the position


of the output contacts
when the relay is
de-energized.

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Phase Failure Relay, Class 8430 Type MPD


Instruction Bulletin

Table 2:

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08/2002

Temperature Ratings

Table 3:

Temperature, F (C)

Operating Ambient Air

Minimum

Maximum

23 (5)

122 (50)

4 (20)

158 (70)

Storage

The air temperature in the immediate vicinity of the device,


into which the heat of the device dissipates.

OPERATION
Table 4:

Control
Circuit
Voltage
600 V
480 V
240 V
120 V

DPDT
(double pole,
double throw)

AC Ratings
Inductive

Resistive

Make

Break

Make and Break

Thermal
Continuous

3600 VA
3600 VA
3600 VA
3400 VA

360 VA
360 VA
360 VA
340 VA

2.5 A
2.5 A
5A
5A

5A
5A
5A
5A

Upon application of the proper three-phase voltage, the relay energizes


and the LED turns on. When one of the following incorrect conditions
occurs, the LED turns off and the relay de-energizes:

Operating Characteristics

Undervoltage Adjustment Range


120 V
240 V
480 V
600 V

Contacts

Contact Ratings

90120 V
180240 V
360480 V
460600 V

Pickup Time

Typically 0.1 s when the correct


three-phase voltage is applied

Dropout Time

Typically 3.0 s for any incorrect


voltage condition

Transient Protection

5000 V for 50 s

Phase lossLoss of phase A, B, or C

UndervoltageThe average of the three voltages is less than the set


level.

Phase reversalPhase rotation other than A-B-C


Voltage unbalanceAny of the three line voltages is more than 10%
below the average of the three line voltages

The relay remains de-energized and the LED turned off as long as the
improper condition continues. When the condition is corrected, the relay
automatically re-energizes and the LED turns on.

CAUTION

WARNING
UNEXPECTED MOTOR REVERSAL

EXCESSIVE MOTOR BACK-EMF

All functions of the phase failure relay are


bypassed while the start button is
depressed.
Do not use load side monitoring if motor
reversal is not required.

High levels of Back-EMF (electromotive force) on larger motors can


supply sufficient voltage to prevent this relay from detecting a phase loss.
Always use a motor overload protection device.
Do not use this relay as your only phase loss protection.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage.

Unexpected motor reversal can result in


death or serious injury.

CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
Figure 4:

MOTOR

A
B
L1
STOP

L2

START

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Line Side Monitoring


NOTE: Line side
monitoring does not
protect against high
resistance contacts
on the contactor.

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MOTOR

A
B
L1
STOP

START

M
8430MPD

8430
MPD

L2

8430
MPD

Load Side Monitoring

8430
MPD

Figure 3:

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Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by


qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.

19862002 Schneider Electric


All Rights Reserved