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KEY BENEFITS
Q Save on installation cost - Compact design Q Asset Monitoring - Temperature monitoring via optional
Q Enhanced protection - incorporates thermal models RTD inputs
Q Setting flexibility - Multiple setpoint groups Q Access information - via Modbus RTU™
Q Simplify testing - Built in simulation features Q Follow technology evolution - Flash memory for product
field upgrade

APPLICATIONS
Q Complete protection of small to medium sized motors Q Pumps, conveyors, compressors, fans, sawmills, mines

FEATURES
Protection and Control Monitoring and Metering
Q Thermal Overload (15 selectable curves) - Trip and alarm, Q Status/current/temperature display
immediate current overload alarm Q Fault diagnosis
Q Phase short circuit Q Trending
Q Mechanical jam Q Trip record, last 5
Q Thermal memory lockout Q Process control
Q Single-Phasing /Current unbalance Q Optional analog output
Q Ground fault - trip and alarm
Q Overtemperature: via thermistor or optional RTD inputs User Interface
Q Undercurrent Q RS485 serial port
Q Breaker Failure Q Keypad
Q Trip/alarm/auxiliary/service outputs Q 40 character illuminated display
Q Multi-speed motor protection Q 6 LED indicators
Q Motor start supervision Q Includes EnerVista software

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239 Motor Protection System

Protection and Control The minimum level of thermal capacity Mechanical Jam
that the relay will calculate under normal This function is used to prevent a motor
The 239 is a digital motor protection system operation will be determined by the
designed for three phase AC motors and damage at abnormal operational conditions
Hot/Cold stall time ratio, which distinguishes such as too long acceleration time and
associated mechanical equipment . between cold and hot motor conditions. An
Advanced protection features include: stalled rotor. Quick motor shut down can
Auto Reset feature resets the overload trip reduce damage to gears, bearings, and
once the thermal capacity has decreased other mechanical parts associated with
Thermal Overload
to 15% or less. the drive combination. The current surge
This function calculates the thermal
An immediate overload alarm alerts the that will appear as a result of such
capacity used by the motor during
operator. This may be useful for systems condition will cause the mechanical jam
different stages of the motor operation.
that do not normally experience overloads. function to become active. The user may
The value is updated based on the time-
An immediate overload pickup setpoint is set the pickup level, the trip time delay and
current overload characteristics and the
also available. The relay can also be order an alarm for early warning.
motor overload lockout time setpoints.
MOD 505, which allow the relay to learn the
thermal capacity used during successful Undercurrent
Motor Starting
starts. This function is typically used to protect
During acceleration, the motor is protected
239 OVERLOAD CURVES pumps from loss of suction, fans from loss 9
by an I2t overcurrent curve which passes
of airflow due to a closed damper, or
through the setpoints "Locked Rotor 10,000
conveyor systems from a broken belt. This
Current" and cold "Safe Stall Time." The
function can be used as an alarm or as a
running overload curve is not active during
trip, or disabled if not required.
acceleration, therefore providing starting
Alternatively this feature can be used as a
protection independent of running
pre-overload warning by setting the
protection. 1,000
undercurrent pickup above the normal
SEPARATE START AND RUN PROTECTION
operating current but below the rated full
load current.
TRIP TIME (seconds)

100 Single-Phase (Unbalance)


Current unbalance is another significant
TRIP TIME (sec)

contributor to motor overheating. The


unbalance protection function has an
CURVE
RUN 15 unbalance pickup level and time delay that
CURVE 10 12
SAFE
STALL
9 can trigger a trip or an alarm. Typical
7
TIME
START pickup is intended to detect and clear
CURVE 4
3 single phasing. Use the alarm level as a
2 warning for system voltage unbalance.
x1 LOCKED
FLC ROTOR CURRENT 1
1
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0.1 1 10
Breaker Failure
Full Load
Separate start and run modeling provides opti- Setpoint PHASE CURRENT
Use this function to energize an auxiliary
(multiples of full load)
mum rotor and stator protection. 819765A8.cdr
rely dedicated to trip all the breakers
Trip time overload curves, data and formulae are feeding a fault, when the breaker protected
Motor Running provided for protection and co-ordination. by the 239 fail to clear it in the first place.
To protect the motor against overloads Hot Motor
while it is running, select one of 15 different Ground Fault Protection
This function utilizes thermal capacity used
curves to accurately match the motor (TCU) value to initiate a hot motor alarm Aging and thermal cycling can cause the
overload characteristic. Curves automati- when the TCU is approaching the motor stator insulation to break down, resulting
cally adjust for hot motor compensation to thermal limit (100% TCU). in ground faults. Ground faults can also
ensure correct thermal modeling. For occur in motors because of environmental
some non-typical applications, the relay Immediate Overload Alarm conditions such as moisture or conductive
can be ordered (MOD 506) with This function is used to alarm on a motor dust. The 239 can trigger a trip or an alarm
additional custom programmable overload overload condition that requires an if the ground pickup level is exceeded. A
curves, allowing the user to construct the immediate intervention to eliminate the time delay may be entered for time coordi-
precise curve that matches the thermal cause of the sudden overload. nation of systems with several levels of
characteristics of the protected motor. ground fault detection.
A user-programmable overload lockout Phase Short Circuit There are two taps for ground current
time controls the motor cooling rate. If the inputs available in the relay, which support
Complete protection from phase-to- phase
process criteria require shorter cooling two methods of ground current detection:
and phase-to-ground faults is provided.
periods, particularly for small motors, a This function can trip or activate an
different time can be used. auxiliary relay either instantaneously or
delayed by up to 60 seconds.
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Q Core balance (Zero sequence) current A motor temperature input for a thermistor Monitoring and Metering
transformers with 5A secondary is standard on the 239. Additionally, three
The 239 provides users with advanced
Q Core balance (Zero sequence) current RTDs located in the stator and/or bearings
monitoring and metering functions that
transformers with 50:0.025 A current can be connected to the 239 with the RTD
ratio for sensitive current detection. include:
temperature sensing option. This provides
When the residual connection of the phase displayed temperatures as well as alarm
Metering
CTs is used to detect ground currents, and trip settings for both bearing and
stator RTDs. Four RTD types are supported: Measured values include:
nuisance trips can occur during start due
to unequal saturation of CTs. This may 100Pt, 120Ni, 100Ni, and 10Cu. RTD failure Q Phase current
cause Zero sequence currents to appear, of alarm is also provided. Q Ground current
sufficient magnitude to reach the pick up Q Current unbalance
setting of the Ground Fault protection MOTOR Q Current % of full load (how close to
function. To avoid this, the 239 has two overload)
independent time delay settings, one for Q Motor load current as a % of full load
motor starting, and one for motor running. (how close to overload)
The 239 can be ordered with MOD512 for Q Motor thermal capacity used (how close
1A ground current input and MOD 509 for to trip)
9 Stator temperature (RTD option)
direction ground fault sensing. Q

Q Bearing temperature (RTD option)


Overheating
Direct temperature sensing is necessary to MOTOR MOTOR MOTOR Multi-Speed Motors
BEARING STATOR BEARING
detect the effects of motor overheating RTD THERMISTOR RTD Optional switches allow alternate parame-
due to such things as blocked ventilation or OR RTDs 819768AK.cdr ters to be activated for protection of multi-
high ambient temperature. Temperature speed motors. This allows for additional
The RTD temperature sensing option gives more
rise under these types of conditions is precise protection from overheating.
setpoint groups for:
usually slow enough to allow the accurate Q Phase CT primary

sensing of the actual motor temperature. Q Full load current


Q Overload curve
Q Short circuit trip settings

Functional Block Diagram

400A
DEVICE PROTECTION
52 37 Undercurrent/minimum load
3 PHASE 38 Motor/load bearing
4160V BUS 239 Motor Protection System overtemperature
37 UNDERCURRENT 39 Mechanical jam
46 Current unbalance
FUSED TRIP 49 Stator winding overtemperature
CONTACTOR 46 UNBALANCE 86/94
TRIP 50 Phase short circuit
39 MECHANICAL JAM RELAY 51 Timed overload
50G/50NGround fault instantaneous or
3 74
50 SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT/ definite time
PHASE CTs ALARM PROCESS 74 Alarm relay
RELAY ALARM
51 TIMED OVERLOAD 86/94 Lockout and trip relay
GROUND FAULT/
CT 50G INSTANTANEOUS AUXILIARY ALARM/
THERMISTOR/ GROUND FAULT RELAY PROCESS
STATOR RTD CONTROL
49 STATOR OVER SERVICE SERVICE
BEARING TEMPERATURE
RTDs RELAY ALARM
38 BEARING OVER
TEMPERATURE RS485 RS485 REMOTE
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Motor Start Supervision (MOD 505) A trip record of the last five causes of trip User Interfaces
The 239 relay can be furnished with this helps identify a persistent problem. Alarm
functions include immediate overload The 239 offers a variety of user interfaces:
function, which is an enhanced protection
against multiple starts. The function warning, unbalance, undercurrent and
Communications
consist of 2 elements: internal self check fault. Often an alarm
can be generated soon enough to enable The 239 features an RS485 connection
Q Time Between Starts corrective action to be taken before a trip with ModBus® RTU protocol to communicate
Q Starts per Hour occurs. with most types of PLCs and computers.
This allows any monitored value, status
Analog Output Option Testing and setpoints to be remotely accessed by
While periodic calibration is not required, a PLC or SCADA system. A front panel LED
The analog output option provides an
the PICKUP LED is useful during commis- verifies correct operation of the communi-
isolated 0 to 1, 0 to 20, or 4 to 20 mA
sioning or routine verification to indicate cation port.
signal for interface to a PLC. The single out-
put that is continuously monitored can be the pickup point for phase overload or
Future Expansion
selected as: average phase current, motor ground. A simulation mode is also available
that enables simulated currents to be used GE Multilin relays communicate using an
full load %, thermal capacity used, or RTD 9
without the need for a relay test set. This is open architecture protocol and hardware
temperature. For local operator monitor-
ideal for verification of settings and train- interface, allowing different relays or other
ing, a thermal capacity meter can be
ing. It allows to force output relays, LEDs, devices to be mixed on the same
used with this output.
switch inputs, RTD, Thermistor input resist- communication link. Due to its standard
Information such as
ance, and Analog outputs. communication platform, the 239 can
process loading and prox- THERMAL CAPACITY
USED %
operate alone or be integrated into a plant
imity to tripping or over-
control system. With a standard platform,
heating can be obtained
product upgrades are easily installed in
with this output.
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the non-volatile flash memory by simply


Output Relays loading new program code via the serial
port.
The 239 has three output relay contacts.
The trip relay acts as the main latched Display and Keypad
output relay. An alarm and and auxiliary
The 40 character LCD and keypad provide
output relays have been provided. The
convenient local communications and
Alarm and Auxiliary relays may be
control. Setpoints can be modified locally
programmed for latched or unlatched
using the keypad and display. To help
modes. All relays may be programmed
prevent unauthorized setpoint changes, a
fail-safe or non fail-safe. If configured as
setpoint access input must be shorted
latched relays, they can be reset via an
before changes can be made.
external reset switch connected to one of
the 239 digital inputs, from the keypad or
LED Indicators
via serial communication.
Six LED indicators on the front panel
Fault Diagnosis The simulation mode can be run from the front provide quick visual indication of status.
panel display or a PC.
The cause of a trip along with measured
Switch Inputs
values of current, unbalance and temperature
at the time of trip are displayed. This The 239 has three fixed and two user
information facilitates troubleshooting. defined switch inputs:

Q Setpoint access: these terminals must be


shorted together for keypad setpoint
Product update from
GE Multilin on CD.
configuration
Q Emergency restart: momentarily shorting
these terminals together when the motor
Transfer new product
enhancements to
is stopped will reset the thermal capacity
existing 239 relays used to 0%, allowing for an immediate
via the serial port. restart after an overload trip. This will
compromise the thermal protection
functions of the 239, making it possible to
damage the motor
819776A8.CDR Q External reset: this input allows remote or
automatic reset

Install the latest product enhancements in existing relays via the serial port.

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Features Front View

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KEYPAD
Rubber keypad makes installed unit dust tight and splash
proof. Meets IP53/NEMA12.

COMPACT DESIGN
Replaces many discrete compo-
nents with one standard unit.

PROTECTIVE DOOR
Covers keys when not in use.

Rear View
CUSTOMER ACCESSIBLE FUSE
Door slides open for easy access OPTIONAL ANALOG OUTPUT
to fuse. Select output as: thermal capacity used, current as a % of
full load, average current, RTD 1 Ð 3 temperature. Isolated
4 Ð 20 mA for PLC process input or 0 Ð 1 mA for thermal
capacity meter.

COMMUNICATIONS
AC/DC CONTROL POWER RS485 serial communications, 1200 Ð 19200 baud for remote
Universal control power monitoring, setpoint programming, and commands.
90-300 VDC/70-265 VAC. Modbus¨ RTU protocol.

PHASE CT INPUTS
3 isolated phase CT inputs.
Accept 1 amp or 5 amp secondary.

TEMPERATURE SENSING
NTC or PTC thermistor input.
OPTIONAL 3 RTD INPUTS
Mix RTD types. Separate stator and bearing monitoring.

OPTIONAL DIRECTIONAL GROUND SENSING


Polarizing voltage input for directional ground sensing
(MOD 509)

GROUND CT INPUT
5 A or 50:0.025 CT input for
residually connected phase CTs
or separate core balance CT.

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Typical Wiring
2 CT CONNECTION RESIDUAL GROUND CONNECTION
(NO GROUND)
PHASE A CT PHASE A CT
L1 L1
PHASE B CT
L2 L2
PHASE C CT PHASE C CT
L3 L3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
5A 1A COM 5A 1A COM 5A 1A COM 5A 50:0.025 COM 5A 1A COM 5A 1A COM 5A 1A COM 5A 50:0.025 COM
PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C GROUND PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C GROUND

ZERO SEQUENCE GROUND CONNECTION


SUPPLY STARTER 50:0.025
L1
PHASE A CT GROUND CT
L1
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A
PHASE B CT
B L2 L2
MOTOR
PHASE C CT
C L3 L3

CONTROL POWER TWIST


80-300 VDC LEADS
CONTACTOR
COIL 70-265 VAC 50/60 Hz

13 14 36 37 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
SWITCHGEAR SAFETY FILTER L N 5A 1A COM 5A 1A COM 5A 1A COM 5A 50:0.025 COM
GROUND BUS +
GROUND GROUND -
CONTROL PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C GROUND
CONTROL POWER CURRENT INPUTS
POWER
N L

g
START STOP 23 NO
RELAY #1
Multilin 239
24 COM
CC TRIP Motor Protection System
25 NC USE SHIELDED TWISTED
PAIR WIRE
26 NO
OUTPUT RELAYS

RS485 + 15
SERIAL

RELAY #2 RS485
GENERAL ALARM 27 COM
ALARM RS485 - 16
28 NC 485 GROUND 17
THERMAL
29 NO CAPACITY
RELAY #3
4-20mA
ANALOG

18
0-1mA

30 COM
OUT

AUXILIARY
31 NC 19
32 NO SHIELD 20
RELAY #4
33 COM
SERVICE IN+ 21 STATOR
34 NC THERMISTOR
COM 22 THERMISTOR

ACCESS 43 IN SETPOINT SHIELD 48


S1
KEY SWITCH 38 COM ACCESS
RTD TEMPERATURE SENSING

HOT 49
RTD#1

EMERGENCY 44 IN EMERGENCY STATOR


COMP 50
SWITCH INPUTS

S2 RTD
RESTART 39 COM RESTART RET 51
EXTERNAL 45 IN EXTERNAL HOT 52
S3
RTD#2

RESET 40 COM RESET STATOR/


COMP 53
BEARING RTD
46 IN RET 54
OPTION 1 OPTION 1 S4
41 COM
HOT 55
RTD#3

47 IN
COMP 56
STATOR/
OPTION 2 OPTION 2 S5 BEARING RTD
42 COM
RET 57
NOTES: USE SHIELDED WIRE

1) RELAY CONTACT STATE SHOWN WITH 3) SHIELD TERMINALS ARE INTERNALLY


CONTROL POWER NOT APPLIED. CONNECTED TO SAFETY GROUND
TERMINAL 13
2) RELAY FACTORY DEFAULTS:
TRIP, ALARM, AUXILIARY: NON-FAILSAFE 4) RTD TEMPERATURE SENSING 819751B5.DWG
SERVICE: FAILSAFE AND ANALOG OUTPUT OPTIONAL 819829B7.cdr

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239 Technical Specifications


PROTECTION PROTECTION COMMUNICATIONS
THERMAL MODEL / OVERLOAD THERMAL MODEL / OVERLOAD Type: RS485 2 wire, half duplex, isolated
Overload Curves: Separate Start and Run Overload RTDS (OPTION) Baud rate: 1200 – 19,200 bps
Curves Inputs: 3 RTDs, stator/bearing Protocol: ModBus® RTU
Run: 15 Curves, fixed shape 2 programmable Functions: Read/write setpoints, read actual
Start: PER EQUATION: T(I) = TSST X I Type: 100 Pt (DIN 43760), 100 Ni, 120 Ni, values, execute commands
I2LRC 10 Cu programmable
Where: TSST = Save Stall Time Range: -40 to 200° C/ -40 to 400° F
ILRC = Locked Rotor Current Trip/alarm range: 0 to 200° C/ 0 to 400° F OUTPUTS
Save Stall Time Range: Dead band: 2° C/ 4° F ANALOG OUTPUT (OPTION)
1.0 - 600.0 SEC Accuracy: ±2° C/ 4° F
Locked Rotor Current Range: PROGRAMMABLE
Lead Resistance: Pt or Ni RTD: 25 max OUTPUT 0 – 1 mA 0 – 20 mA 4 – 20
0.5 - 11.0 X FLC Cu RTD: 3 max
Overload Pickup Range (FLC): mA
3-wire lead resistance compensation MAX LOAD 2400 600 600
0.1-150 A FOR CT PRI SET < 50A
1-1500 A FOR CT PRI SET > 50 A THERMISTOR MAX OUTPUT 1.1 mA 21 mA 21 mA
Accuracy: Type: PTC or NTC programmable Accuracy: ±2% of full scale reading
Pickup: ± 1% of displayed value Hot resistance: 100 – 30,000 Isolation: 36 VDC isolated, active source
Time: ± 2% of trip time or ± 1 sec Cold resistance: 100 – 30,000
whichever is greater Delay: 2 sec
Overload Pickup Inhibit Range: Accuracy: ±5% or 100 (whichever is greater) OUTPUT RELAYS
1.0 - 5.0 x FLC VOLTAGE MAKE/CARRYMAKE/CARRY BREAK
Hot Motor Alarm Pickup Range: CONTINUOUS 0.2 SEC
1 - 100% METERING DC Resistive30 VDC 10 A 30 A 10 A
Hot Motor Alarm Time:
9 Instantaneous PHASE CURRENT INPUTS 125 VDC
250 VDC
10 A
10 A
30 A
30 A
0.5 A
0.3 A
Cooling Features: Separate stop and run cooling Conversion: True RMS, 16 samples/cycle
CT Input: 1 A and 5 A secondary DC Inductive30 VDC 10 A 30 A 5A
rates. Exponential cool down 125 VDC 10 A 30 A 0.25 A
Lockout Time (cool down Rate): Range: 0.1 to 11 x phase CT primary
Frequency: 20 – 300 Hz (L/R = 7 ms)250 VDC 10 A 30 A 0.15 A
Stop: 1-5000 min programmable AC Resistive120 VAC 10 A 30 A 10 A
± 20% power ON or OFF Accuracy: ±2% of full scale
250 VAC 10 A 30 A 10 A
Run: 50% of stopped cooling time GROUND CURRENT INPUTS AC Inductive120 VAC 10 A 30 A 10 A
Hot/Cold Stall Time Ratio Range: Conversion: True RMS, 16 samples/cycle PF = 0.4 250 VAC 10 A 30 A 10 A
5 - 100% CT input: 5 A secondary and 50:0.025 Configuration: Form C NO/NC
OVERLOAD CURVES TRIP TIME Range: 0.03 to 1.4 x CT primary (5 A CT) Contact Material: Silver Alloy
Curves: 15 curves, fixed shape 0.05 to 16.0 A (50:0.025 CT)
Overload pickup inhibit: Frequency: 20 – 300 Hz
1.0 – 5.0 x FLC Accuracy: PRODUCTION TESTS
Pickup level: 1 – 1500 A 5A CT: ±2% of full scale (5 A CT) Dielectric strength: 1.836 kVAC for 1 sec to relays, CTs,
Accuracy: 50:0.025 CT: ±0.03 A (0 – 0.49 A)
±0.07 A (0.50 – 3.99 A) power supply
Pickup: ±1% of displayed value
Time: ±2% of trip time or ±1 sec ±0.20A (4.00 – 16.00 A)
whichever is greater FUSE TYPE/RATING
INPUTS 5 x 20 mm, 2.5 A, 250 V
SHORT CIRCUIT AND GROUND TRIP Slow blow, high breaking capacity
Ground trip level: 0.05 – 15 A (50:0.025 CT) SWITCH INPUTS
3 – 100% (5 A CT) Type: Dry contacts
S/C trip level: 1 – 11 x CT PRI/OFF Output: 29 VDC, 10 mA (pulsed) ENVIRONMENTAL
Intentional delay: INST. or 10 ms to 60000 ms program- Duration: 100 ms minimum Temperature range:
mable CT INPUTS Operating: 0° C to 60° C
Instantaneous: 20 – 45 ms Storage: -40° C to 70° C ambient
*Total delay: Instantaneous + intentional CT INPUT BURDEN Humidity: 95% non-condensing
*trip time accuracy guaranteed if current >1.4 x trip level (A) (VA) (û) Pollution degree: 2
setting 1 0.009 0.01 Overvoltage category: 2
BREAKER FAILURE TIMING Phase CT (1 A) 5 0.2 0.01 IP class: 40
Delay: INST. or 10 ms to 60000 ms programma- 20 3.5 0.01 Insulation voltage: 300 V
ble 5 0.04 0.002 NOTE: LCD contrast impaired below -20° C
Instantaneous: 20 – 45 ms Phase CT (5 A) 25 0.9 0.002
*Total delay: Instantaneous + intentional 100 16 0.002 TYPE TESTS
*trip time accuracy guaranteed if current >1.4 x trip level Insulation resistance:IEC 255-5 500 VDC
setting 5 0.04 0.002
Ground CT (5 A) 25 1.1 0.002 Transients: ANSI C37.90.1 oscillatory
START PROTECTION 2.5 kV/1 MHz
100 17 0.002 ANSI C37.90.1 fast rise 5 kV/10 ns
Thermal: Separate start and run protection 0.025 0.07 116
Activation: Inrush 3 phase current increase from Ontario Hydro A-28M-82
<5% to >101% FLC in 1 sec Ground CT (50:0.025) 0.1 1.19 119 IEC 255-4 impulse / high
Deactivation: Current drops to <100% FLC 0.5 30.5 122 frequency disturbance
motor running if current >5% FLC class III level
Locked rotor: 0.5 – 11.0 x FLC WITHSTAND Impulse test: IEC 255-5 0.5 J 5 kV
Safe stall time: 1.0 – 600.0 sec 1 SEC x CT 5 SEC x CT CONTINUOUS x CT RFI: 50 MHz/15 W transmitter
Phase CT (1 A) 100 40 3 EMI: C37.90.2 electromagnetic
UNBALANCE interference
Range: 5 – 100% / OFF Phase CT (5 A) 100 40 3 @ 150 MHz and 450 MHz, 10 V/m
Accuracy: ±2% Ground CT (5 A) 100 40 3 Static: IEC 801-2 static discharge
Delay: 0 – 60 sec Environment: IEC 68-2-38 temperature/humidity
Calculation: 50:0.025 GROUND INPUT WITHSTAND cycle
Im - Iav
Continuous 150 mA Dust/moisture: NEMA 12/IP53
if Iav > IFLC UB% = |______| x 100 Maximum 12 A for 3 cycles Dielectric strength: 2.0 kVAC for 1 min to relays, CTs,
Iav power supply
Im - Iav 50:0.025 input can be driven by a 50:0.025 CT. Temperature: -10° C to 60° C ambient
if Iav < IFLC UB% = |______| x 100 POWER SUPPLY
IFLC PACKAGING
Input: 90 – 300 VDC or 70 – 265 VAC, Shipping box: 8.5" L x 6" H x 6" D
50 / 60 Hz (215 mm x 152 mm x 152 mm)
where: Iav = average phase current Power: 10 VA (nominal), 20 VA (max) Ship weight: 5 lbs (2.3 kg)
Holdup:
Im = current in phase with maximum Non-failsafe trip:200 ms
deviation from Iav INSTALLATION
Failsafe trip: 100 ms
IFLC = full load current setting both times at 120 VAC / 125 VDC Warning: Hazard may result if the product is
Note: It is recommended that all 239 relays be powered not used for its intended purpose.
UNDERCURRENT up at least once per year to avoid deterioration of elec- Ventilation requirements: None
Range: 5 – 100% FLC / OFF trolytic capacitors in the power supply. Cleaning requirements: None
Delay: 0 – 250 sec
APPROVALS
Manufactured under an ISO9001 registered system
UL: Recognized under E83849
CSA: Approved under LR41286

*Specifications subject to change without notice.

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Q Option switch 1 and 2: these inputs can be EnerVista Viewpoint


monitored by the serial port for process
EnerVista is a premium workflow based
signaling; they can also be programmed
toolset that provides engineers and
to provide an alarm or trip after a
programmable time delay technicians with everything they need to
monitor, test and troubleshoot GE Multilin
IEDs and manage settings files with ease.
EnerVista Setup Software
The 239 includes an evaluation version of
The 239 comes with EnerVista, an Enter setpoints directly to the 239 or copy/save EnerVista Viewpoint.
industry-leading suite of software tools relay settings to a f ile.
that simplifies every aspect of working This includes actual values, setpoints,
with GE Multilin devices. status, and trip records.
EnerVista software is extremely easy to
use and provides advanced features that
help you maximize your investment in GE
Multilin products. The software can be
used instead of the front panel keypad
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and display. A PC can connect to the 239
via the serial port and a RS232/RS485
convertor (available as an accessory). Settings file change control, automatic
Q

Maximize production throughput and improve


error checking and a visual FlexLogic
preventive maintenance with Data Trending editor make creating, editing and
analysis storing settings a snap
The software can also be used to generate Q Plug-and-Play monitoring automatically
graphical trend reports. creates customized monitoring screens
for your 239 - no programming required
Powerful testing tools help shorten your
EnerVista Launchpad Q

commissioning cycle
EnerVista Launchpad is a complete set of
Q Quickly retrieve oscillography and event
powerful device setup and configuration data when a fault occurs See the
A simple interface allows setpoint files to tools that is included with the 239. EnerV ista Suite section for more
be created, stored and downloaded to the information.
239 for error free setpoint entry. All
setpoints are stored in a file and can be
printed easily.
239 Guideform
Specifications
For an electronic version of the 239 guide-
form specif ications, please visit:
www.GEMultilin.com/specs, fax your
Q Set up the 239 - and any other GE request to 905-201-2098 or email to
Multilin device - in minutes. Retrieve and literature.multilin@ge.com.
view trending files and event data at the
click of a button.
V iew motor current , temperature, statistics
and status. Q Build an instant archive on any PC of the
latest GE Multilin manuals, service
All information that can be accessed from
advisories, application notes, specifica-
the relay can also be displayed on a PC.
tions or firmware for your 239.
Q Automatic document and software
version updates via the Internet and
detailed e-mail notification of new
releases.

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Dimensions
SIDE VIEW REAR VIEW PANEL CUTOUT REDUCED DEPTH COLLAR REDUCED DEPTH COLLAR REDUCED DEPTH COLLAR
SIDE VIEW REAR VIEW PANEL CUTOUT
4.85" 4.38" 3.06" 1.75" 4.51"
0.81" 4.00" (123) 5.18"
0.27"

0.50"
0.45" (111) (78) (45) (115)

(13)
(21) (102) 4.19" (132) 4.19" 0.16"
(7) (11) (107) (4)
(107)

1.40"
(36)
1.96"
(50)

4.08"
(104)
3.92"
(100)
COLLAR

(182)

6.88"
(175)
7.17"

(196)
7.72"
CUT-OUT

6.88"
(175)
5.88"
(150)
PANEL 4 x 0.08"R Inches
8 x 0.08"R PANEL
Dimensions on both sides of the (2) (mm)
(2)
bezel are not the same
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Ordering Accessorize your 239
239 * *
239 Basic unit
RTD 3 RTDs: stator/bearing; programmable type: platinum, nickel, copper
AN Single isolated, analog output: 0 – 1, 0 – 20, 4 – 20 mA
Programmable output parameters: thermal capacity, % full load, phase current,
RTD1, RTD2, RTD3 temperature
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Accessories
239PC supplied free Consider upgrading your 139 to a 239
Phase and ground CTs Motor Protection System
Emergency restart keyswitch ERSW
RS485 terminating network
RS232 to RS485 convertor (required to interface a computer to the relay)
2.25" collar for limited depth mounting (1009-0068)
Modifications

MOD 501: 20 – 60 VDC/20 – 48 VAC control power


MOD 502: Conformal coating
MOD 504: Removable terminal blocks
MOD 505: Enhanced start protection
MOD 506:
MOD 509:
Custom (programmable) overload curve
Directional ground sensing with 120 VAC polarizing voltage
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MOD 512: 1 A ground input
MOD 513: Class 1 Div 2 operation
MOD 517: Australian mines approval

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