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MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.

0P Electronic Trip Units


Instruction Bulletin

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MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units —

Hazard Categories and Special Symbols


Read these instructions carefully and look at the equipment to become familiar with
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the device before trying to install, operate, service, or maintain it. The following
special messages may appear throughout this bulletin or on the equipment to warn
of hazards or to call attention to information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
The addition of either symbol to a “Danger” or “Warning” safety label indicates that
an electrical hazard exists which will result in personal injury if the instructions are
not followed.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.

DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.

WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
minor or moderate injury.

NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury. The safety
alert symbol is not used with this signal word.

NOTE: Provides additional information to clarify or simplify a procedure.

Please Note
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.
A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction,
installation, and operation of electrical equipment and has received safety training
to recognize and avoid the hazards involved.

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SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................... 7


Introduction ................................................................................................. 7

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Communications ......................................................................................... 8
Power and Control Settings ........................................................................ 8
Switch Settings ........................................................................................... 8
Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit ....................................................................... 9
Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit ..................................................................... 10
LSIG Protection ......................................................................................... 11
Long-Time Protection .......................................................................... 11
Short-Time Protection ......................................................................... 13
Instantaneous Protection ..................................................................... 14
Ground-Fault Protection for Equipment ............................................... 14
Micrologic Trip Unit Configuration ............................................................. 15
Control Power ...................................................................................... 15
External Power Supply ........................................................................ 16
Micrologic Setup ....................................................................................... 16
Advanced Protection ................................................................................. 17
Neutral Protection ................................................................................ 17
Alarms ................................................................................................. 18
Minimum (Under) and Maximum (Over) Demand Current and Voltage
Protection ............................................................................................ 19
Current or Voltage Unbalance Protection ............................................ 20
Reverse Power Protection (rPmax) ..................................................... 20
Minimum (Under) and Maximum (Over) Frequency Protection ........... 21
Load Shedding .................................................................................... 21
Phase Rotation Protection ................................................................... 21
M2C and M6C Programmable Contact Kits .............................................. 22
Zone-selective Interlocking ....................................................................... 23
Metering .................................................................................................... 23
Trip Unit Testing ........................................................................................ 23
Operation Counter .................................................................................... 24
Indicator Lights .......................................................................................... 24
Overload Indicator Light ...................................................................... 24
Trip Indicator Lights ............................................................................. 24
Test/Reset Button ..................................................................................... 24
Graphic Display Screen ............................................................................ 25
Contact Wear Indicator ............................................................................. 25

SECTION 2: GRAPHIC DISPLAY NAVIGATION ................................................................................................................... 26


Graphic ..................................................................................................... 26
Bar Graph display and Menus .................................................................. 27
Metering Menu .................................................................................... 27
Maintenance Menu .............................................................................. 29
Protection Menu .................................................................................. 31

SECTION 3: TRIP UNIT CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................................... 33


Trip Unit Parameters Adjustment .............................................................. 33

M2C/M6C Programmable Contacts .................................................... 33


MicroLogic Trip Unit Setup .................................................................. 36
Metering Setup .................................................................................... 40

Communication Module Setup ............................................................ 44


Switch Settings Adjustment ...................................................................... 46
Examples .................................................................................................. 48

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MicroLogic 5.0P Trip Unit .................................................................... 48


MicroLogic 6.0P Trip Unit .................................................................... 48
Zone-Selective Interlocking (ZSI) .............................................................. 49
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Trip Unit Operation Verification ................................................................. 50


Trip Unit Resetting .................................................................................... 50
Equipment Ground-Fault Trip Functions Testing ...................................... 51
Trip Unit Status Check .............................................................................. 52

SECTION 4: OPERATION .................................................................................................................... 53


Metered Values ......................................................................................... 53
Current Levels ..................................................................................... 53
Voltage Levels ..................................................................................... 54
Power Levels ....................................................................................... 55
Energy Levels ...................................................................................... 56
Frequency ............................................................................................ 57
Trip Unit History ........................................................................................ 57
Trip History .......................................................................................... 57
Alarm History ....................................................................................... 58
Operation Counter ............................................................................... 58
Contact Wear ....................................................................................... 58
Protection Setup ........................................................................................ 59
Amperage Protection ........................................................................... 59
Voltage Protection ............................................................................... 62
Other Protection .................................................................................. 63
Current Load Shedding ....................................................................... 64
Power Load Shedding ......................................................................... 64

SECTION 5: TRIP UNIT REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................................... 65


Required Tools .......................................................................................... 65
Preparation ................................................................................................ 65
Record Switch Settings ....................................................................... 65
Circuit Breaker Disconnection ............................................................. 65
Circuit Breaker Accessory Cover Removal ......................................... 66
Rating Plug Removal ........................................................................... 66
Trip Unit Removal ................................................................................ 66
Trip Unit Replacement .............................................................................. 66
Battery Installation ............................................................................... 66
Trip Unit Installation ............................................................................. 67
Circuit Breaker Accessory Cover Replacement ........................................ 68
Trip Unit Installation Check ....................................................................... 69
Secondary Injection Testing ................................................................ 69
Primary Injection Testing ..................................................................... 69
Check Accessory Operation ................................................................ 69
Trip Unit Setup .......................................................................................... 69
Circuit Breaker Reconnection ................................................................... 69

SECTION 6: ADJUSTABLE RATING PLUG REPLACEMENT .............................................................................................. 70


Remove Rating Plug ................................................................................. 70
Install New Rating Plug ............................................................................. 71

SECTION 7: BATTERY REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................................... 72


Circuit Breaker Disconnection ................................................................... 72
Accessory Cover Removal ........................................................................ 72
Withstand Module Shifting ........................................................................ 72
Battery Replacement ................................................................................. 72
Withstand Module Replacement ............................................................... 73
Accessory Cover Replacement ................................................................. 73

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Circuit Breaker Reconnection ................................................................... 73

APPENDIX A: GRAPHIC DISPLAY FLOWCHARTS ................................................................................................................ 74

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Metering Menu Flowchart ......................................................................... 74
Maintenance Menu Flowchart ................................................................... 75
Protection Menu Flowchart ....................................................................... 76

APPENDIX B: DEFAULT SETTINGS AND TOLERANCES ...................................................................................................... 77


Default Settings ......................................................................................... 77
Metering Range and Accuracy .................................................................. 80

APPENDIX C: NETWORK/COM ACCESS .................................................................................................................... 81


Remotely Readable Values ...................................................................... 81
List of Registers ........................................................................................ 84

APPENDIX D: TRIP UNIT VOLTAGE SUPPLY ARCHITECTURE ........................................................................................... 96


Minimum Voltage Protection ..................................................................... 97
Voltage Unbalance Protection .................................................................. 97
Loss of Multiple Phases ............................................................................ 98

APPENDIX E: TRIP UNIT SETTINGS .................................................................................................................... 99


Index: .................................................................................................................. 102

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Section 1—General Information MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Section 1— General Information

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Introduction Figure 1 – Micrologic Trip Unit

MicroLogic™ trip units provide adjustable I A—Product Name


tripping functions on electronic trip circuit B—Trip Indicators
H C—Battery Housing
breakers. The product name (A) specifies 5.0 P

D—Adjustable Switches
logic
Micro

the level of protection provided by the trip A


E—Switch Cover
unit. B
F—Sealing Tab
G—Adjustable Rating Plug
Micrologic 5.0P H—Reset Button for Battery Status
C
Type of protection Check
2—Basic IEC protection (LSO) F G and Trip Indicators
3—Basic UL protection (LI) I—External Terminal Block
5—Selective protection (LSI) Connection
6—Selective protection plus ground fault
alarm

time tr 8 12
long
(s) 4 16
Ir .8 .9

protection for equipment (LSIG)


.7 2 20
.95
1 24
.6 .98 .5 Ir
.5 1 at 6
.4 x In

Trip unit series


0—Indicates the first version

D E
Type of measurement
None—Provides protection only
A—Provides protection plus ammeter measurements
P—Provides protection plus power measurements
H—Provides protection plus harmonic metering

MicroLogic trip units are field replaceable to


allow for upgrading of the trip unit in the
field. For complete information on available
circuit breaker models, frame sizes,
interrupting ratings, sensor plugs, rating
plugs and trip units, see the product
catalog.

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Communications
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WARNING
POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY,
AND CONFIDENTIALITY
• Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls and information.
• Disable unused ports/services and default accounts to help minimize pathways
for malicious attackers.
• Place networked devices behind multiple layers of cyber defenses (such as
firewalls, network segmentation, and network intrusion detection and
protection.
• Use cybersecurity best practices (for example, least privilege, separation of
duties) to help prevent unauthorized exposure, loss, modification of data and
logs, or interruption of services.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury,
or equipment damage.

Micrologic trip units can communicate with other devices via “Modbus” through the
Circuit Breaker Communication Module (BCM). For information on the
communication feature, see the product catalog and Modbus Communications
System Product Data Bulletin 0613DB0702.

Power and Control Settings


Using the graphic display screen and keypad on the trip unit, trip unit options can
be set or system measurements checked. See Section 2 —Graphic Display
Navigation for more information. System measurements can also be checked using
the System Manager Software (SMS), Version 3.2 or later, or other network system
management software.

Switch Settings
On the face of the trip unit are adjustable switches to allow changing of the LSI or
LSIG trip characteristics of the trip unit. Trip units are shipped with the long-time
pickup switch set at 1.0 and all other trip unit switches set at their lowest settings.
All advanced protection settings are turned “off.”
Fine switch adjustments can be made with the navigation keys. See page 47.

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Section 1—General Information MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit


The Micrologic 5.0P trip unit provides s elective (LSI) protection and power measurement. A. Graphic display screen
Figure 2 – 5.0P Trip Unit

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B. Protection menu button (Button includes an LED indicating the active menu)
R Q P C. Maintenance menu button (Button includes an LED indicating the active menu)
Micrologic 5.0 P
D. Metering menu button*
O
E. Down button
F. Up button
A 4260A G. Enter button
N 1 2 3
H. Long-time pickup (Ir) switch
100
I. Long-time delay (tr) switch
50
J. Short-time pickup (Isd) switch
B 0 K. Short-time delay (tsd) switch
C L. Instantaneous pickup (Ii) switch
D
M. Test plug receptacle
E N. Long-time pickup overload indicator light
F
G Ir
.7
long time
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm N O. Reset button for battery status check and trip indicator LED
H .6 .95 2 16
.5
.4 1
.98 1
.5
20
24 P. Self-protection and advanced-protection indicator light
I
x In @ 6 Ir

Q. Short-time or instantaneous trip indicator light


short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii
4 (s) . 4 . 4 .3 6 8 10

J
3 5
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3

R. Long-time trip indicator light


15
1.5 10 .1 2
0 2 off
x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay

K
L M

t
Ir

tr

Isd
tsd
Ii
0 Ir Isd Ii I

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Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit


The Mic rologic 6.0P trip unit prov ides selective and ground-fault protection for equipment ( 1200 A) (LSIG) and power measurement. A. Graphic display screen
Figure 3 – 6.0P Trip Unit
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B. Protection menu button (Button includes an LED indicating the active menu)
V U T S C. Maintenance menu button (Button includes an LED indicating the active menu)
Micrologic 6.0 P
D. Metering menu button*
R E. Down button
F. Up button
A 4260A G. Enter button
N 1 2 3
H. Long-time pickup (Ir) switch
100
I. Long-time delay (tr) switch
50 J. Short-time pickup (Isd) switch
B 0
K. Short-time delay (tsd) switch
C L. Instantaneous pickup (Ii) switch
D
M. Ground-fault protection pickup (Ig) switch
E N. Ground-fault protection delay (tg) switch
F
G Ir
.7
long time
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
alarm Q O. Test plug receptacle
H
12
.6 .95 2 16
.5 .98 1 20
24 P. Ground-fault push-to-trip button
I
.4 1 .5
x In @ 6 Ir

Q. Long-time pickup overload indicator light


short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10

J 2.5 6 .3
.2
.2
.1
4 12

R. Reset button for battery status check and trip indicator LED
2 8 3 15
.1 0

K
1.5 10 2 2 off
x Ir on I t off x In

L
setting delay
test
P
S. Self-protection and advanced-protection indicator light
Ig tg
D
E
F (s) . 4 .4 . 3
M C
B
G
H
.3
.2
.1 2 0
.2
.1
O
N T. Ground-fault trip indicator light
A J
on I t off
ground fault

U. Short-time or instantaneous trip indicator light


t
Ir V. Long-time trip indicator light
tr

Isd
tsd
Ii
0 Ir Isd Ii I
t

I2t on
Ig
I2t off
tg

0 Ig I

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LSIG Protection
Long-Time Protection

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Long-Time Protection NOTE: Micrologic trip units are powered from the circuit to
always provide fault protection. All other functions
Long-time protection protects equipment (display, metering, communications, etc.) require external
against overloads. power. See 16 for more information.
• Long-time protection is standard on all Figure 4 – Long-Time Protection Switches
trip units.
Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
• Long-time pickup (Ir) (A) sets the
A B C A B C
maximum current level based on
sensor plug rating (In) which the circuit Ir
.7
long time
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm Ir
.7
long time
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm

breaker will carry continuously. If .6


.5
.95 2
.98 1
16
20
.6
.5
.95 2
.98 1
16
20

current exceeds this value, circuit


.4 1 .5 24 .4 1 .5 24
x In @ 6 Ir x In @ 6 Ir

short time instantaneous short time instantaneous

breaker will trip after the preset time


Isd tsd Ii Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 . 4 .3 6 8 10 3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12 2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12

delay. The long-time pickup (Ir) is 2


1.5 10
8 .2
.1 2
0
.1 3
2
15
off
2
1.5 10
8 .2
.1 2
0
.1 3
2
15
off

adjustable from 0.4–1.0 times the circuit


x Ir on I t off x In x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay setting delay
test
Ig tg
.4 .4 .3
breaker sensor plug rating (In) (D).
E (s)
D F
C G .3 .2
B H .2 .1
• Long-time delay (tr) (B) sets the A J .1 2
0

D D
on I t off
ground fault

length of time that the circuit breaker In 2000 A In 2000 A


will carry an overcurrent below the
short-time or instantaneous pickup
current level before tripping. Two
options are available:
— Standard I2t long-time delay
curve. See Table 1 for I2t long-
time delay settings. Table 1 – Micrologic Trip Unit I2t Long-Time Delay
— Idmtl (inverse definite minimum Values
time lag) long-time delay curves
vary in slope to enhance selectivity.
Option Description Curve Setting1 Long-Time Delay in Seconds2

DT Definite time Constant tr at 1.5 x Ir 12.5 25 50 100 200 300 400 500 600

SIT Standard inverse time I0.5t tr at 6 x Ir 0.5 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24

0.34
VIT Very inverse time It tr at 7.2 x Ir 3 0.69 1.38 2.7 5.5 8.3 11 13.8 16.6

EIT Extremely inverse time I2t 1Ir= In x long-time pickup. In = sensor rating. Trip threshold between 1.05
and 1.20 Ir.
High-voltage fuse 2Time-delay accuracy +0/-20%.
HVF I4t
compatible 3When tsd is set to 0.4 off, then tr = 0.5 instead of 0.34.

• The overload indicator light (C)


indicates that the long-time pickup
threshold Ir has been exceeded.

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• For Masterpact® NT and NW circuit Table 2 – Micrologic Trip Unit Idmtl Long-Time Delay Values
breakers, sensor value (In) can be
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Toleranc
changed by replacing sensor plug (D) Option Setting1 Long-Time Delay in Seconds
e
located below the trip unit. For further
information, see the instructions tr at 1.5 x
0.52 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
packed with the sensor plug Ir
replacement kit. tr at 6 x Ir 0.52 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
DT
• Neutral protection is not available tr at 7.2 x
when Idmtl protection is selected. 0.52 1 2 4 8 12 16 16.6 16.6 +0/-20%
Ir
• The Idmtl selections do not utilize the tr at 10 x Ir 0.52 1 2 4 8 12 16 16.6 16.6 +0/-20%
same thermal imaging feature as the
tr at 1.5 x
I2t long-time protection function. Both Ir
1.9 3.8 7.6 15.2 30.4 45.5 60.7 75.8 91 +0/-30%
the basic long-time protection and
Idmtl EIT are I2t curves, but the tr at 6 x Ir 0.7 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
different thermal imaging features SIT tr at 7.2 x 14.1
0.7 0.88 1.77 3.54 7.08 10.6 17.7 21.2 +0/-20%
result in different system Ir 6
performances. For welding 11.4 14.3 17.1
tr at 10 x Ir 0.72 0.8 1.43 2.86 5.73 8.59 +0/-20%
applications it is recommended the 6 3 9
basic I2t long-time protection be used tr at 1.5 x 115. 144. 173.
to ensure expected system 1.9 7.2 14.4 28.8 57.7 86.5 +0/-30%
Ir 4 2 1
performance.
tr at 6 x Ir 0.7 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
• Both long-time pickup and long-time VIT tr at 7.2 x 16.3 19.6
delay are located on the field- 0.7 0.81 1.63 3.26 6.52 9.8 13.1 +0/-20%
Ir 4 1
replaceable adjustable rating plug. To
change settings to more precisely 11.4 13.7
tr at 10 x Ir 0.72 0.75 1.14 2.28 4.57 6.86 9.13 +0/-20%
2 0
match the application, various rating
plugs are available. For instructions tr at 1.5 x
12.5 25 50 100 200 300 400 500 600 +0/-30%
on replacing the rating plug, see Ir
Section 6—Adjustable Rating Plug tr at 6 x Ir 0.73 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
Replacement. EIT
tr at 7.2 x
0.72 0.69 1.38 2.7 5.5 8.3 11 13.8 16.6 +0/-20%
• Long-time protection uses true RMS Ir
measurement. tr at 10 x Ir 0.72 0.73 0.73 1.41 2.82 4.24 5.45 7.06 8.48 +0/-20%
Thermal imaging provides continuous tr at 1.5 x 164.
329 658 1316 2632 3950 5265 6581 7900 +0/-30%
temperature rise status of the wiring, both Ir 5
before and after the device trips. This tr at 6 x Ir 0.73 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
allows the circuit breaker to respond to a HVF
series of overload conditions which could tr at 7.2 x 11.5
0.72 0.73 1.13 1.42 3.85 5.78 7.71 9.64 +0/-20%
Ir 7
cause conductor overheating, but would
go undetected if the long-time circuit was tr at 10 x Ir 0.72 0.72 0.73 0.73 1.02 1.53 2.04 2.56 3.07 +0/-20%
cleared every time the load dropped 1Ir= In x long-time pickup. In = sensor rating. Trip threshold between 1.05 and 1.20 Ir.
below the pickup setting or after every 2Tolerance = +0/-60%
tripping event. 3Tolerance = +0/-40%

NOTE: If checking trip times, wait a


minimum of 15 minutes after circuit
breaker trips before resetting to allow
the thermal imaging to reset
completely to zero or use a test kit to
inhibit the thermal imaging.

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Short-Time Protection Figure 5 – Short-Time Protection Switches


Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit

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Short-time protection protects equipment
against short circuits.
long time long time
Ir .8 tr 8
alarm Ir .8 tr 8
alarm
.7 .9 (s) 4 12 .7 .9 (s) 4 12
.6 .95 2 16 .6 .95 2 16
.5 .98 1 20 .5 .98 1 20
• Short-time protection is standard on .4
x In
1 .5 24
@ 6 Ir
.4
x In
1 .5 24
@ 6 Ir

5.0P and 6.0P trip units.


short time instantaneous short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10 3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12 2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12

• The short-time pickup (Isd) (A) sets 2


1.5 10
8 .2
.1 2
0
.1 3
2
15
off
2
1.5 10
8 .2
.1 2 0
.1 3
2
15
off

current level (below instantaneous trip A A


x Ir on I t off x In x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay setting delay
test
Ig tg
.4 .4 .3
level) at which circuit breaker will trip
E (s)
D F
.3 .2
B B
C G
.2 .1
after the preset time delay.
B H
A J .1 2
0
on I t off
ground fault

• The short-time delay (tsd) (B) sets the In 2000 A In 2000 A


length of time that the circuit breaker
will carry an overcurrent above the
short-time pickup current level before Table 3 – Micrologic Trip Unit Short-Time Delay
tripping. Values
• The I2t on/I2t off option provides
Setting Short-Time Delay
improved selectivity with downstream
protective devices: I2t off (ms at 10 Ir) (seconds) 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4

— With I2t off selected, fixed time I2t on (ms at 10 Ir) (seconds) – 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4
delay is provided. tsd (min. trip) (milliseconds) 20 80 140 230 350
— With I2t on selected, inverse time I2t tsd (max. trip) (milliseconds) 80 140 200 320 500
protection is provided up to 10 x Ir.
Above 10 x Ir, fixed time delay is
provided.
• Intermittent currents in the short-time
tripping range which do not last
sufficiently long to trigger a trip are
accumulated and shorten the trip delay
appropriately.
• Short-time protection can be zone-
selective interlocked (ZSI) with
upstream or downstream circuit
breakers. Setting tsd to the 0 setting
turns off zone-selective interlocking.
• Short-time protection uses true RMS
measurement.
• Short-time pickup and delay can be
adjusted to provide selectivity with
upstream or downstream circuit
breakers.
NOTE: Use I2t off with ZSI for proper
coordination. Using I2t on with ZSI is
not recommended as the delay in the
upstream device receiving a restraint
signal could result in the trip unit
tripping in a time shorter than the
published trip curve.

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Instantaneous Protection Figure 6 – Instantaneous Protection Switches


Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
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Instantaneous protection protects


equipment against short circuits with no
long time long time
Ir .8 tr 8
alarm
Ir tr alarm
.7 .9 (s) 4 12 .8 (s) 4
8
.7 .9 12
.6 .95 2 16
intentional time delay.
.6 .95 2 16
.5 .98 1 20 .5 .98 1 20
.4 1 .5 24 .4 1 .5 24
x In @ 6 Ir x In @ 6 Ir

• Instantaneous protection (Ii) (A) is


short time instantaneous short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 . 4 .3 6 8 10
Isd
4
tsd
(s) .4 .4 .3
Ii
6 8 10
3 5
.3 .2
standard on all trip units. .3 .2
2.5 6 4 12 2.5 6 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3 15 .2 .1
A
2 8 3 15
.1
A
1.5 10 2
0 2 off .1 2 0 2 off
1.5 10
x Ir on I t off x In
• Instantaneous protection is based on
x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay setting delay
test
Ig tg
the circuit breaker sensor rating (In). C
D
E
F
G
(s)
.3
.4 .4 .3
.2
B H .2 .1
• Circuit breaker open command is A
ground fault
J
on
.1 2 0
I t off

issued as soon as threshold current is In 2000 A In 2000 A


exceeded.
• Instantaneous protection uses peak Table 4 – Micrologic Instantaneous Values
current measurement.
Setting Interruption Current
• When instantaneous protection switch
is set to off, the instantaneous Ii (= In x..) 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 15 off
protection is disabled. Ii = instantaneous
In = sensor rating
Pickup accuracy ± 10%

Ground-Fault Protection for Figure 7 – Ground-Fault Protection Switches


Equipment Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
long time

Equipment ground-fault protection protects Ir

.6
.7
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
.95 2
8
12
16
alarm

conductors against overheating and faults .5


.4
x In
1
.98 1
.5
20
24
@ 6 Ir

from ground-fault currents (1200 A). Isd


short time
tsd Ii
instantaneous

3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10
.3 .2
• Equipment ground-fault protection is
2.5 6 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3 15
1.5 10 .1 2
0 2 off

standard on 6.0P trip units.


x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay
test
Ig tg
E .4 .4 .3
• Ground-fault pickup (Ig) (A) sets ground
(s)
D F
C G .3 .2
B H .2 .1
current level where circuit breaker will A J .1 2
0

A
on I t off

trip after the preset time delay.


ground fault

In 2000 A
• Ground-fault delay (tg) (B) sets the length B
of time that the circuit breaker will carry a
Table 5 – Micrologic Trip Unit Ground-Fault Pickup Values
ground-fault current above the ground-
fault pickup current level before tripping. Ig (= In x....) A B C D E F G H J
• Equipment ground-fault protection can be In  400 A 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
zone-selective interlocked (ZSI) with
upstream or downstream circuit breakers. 400 A < In  1200 A 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1

Setting the ground-fault delay (tg) to the 0 In > 1200 A 500 A 640 A 720 A 800 A 880 A 960 A 1040 A 1120 A 1200 A
setting turns off zone-selective In = sensor rating.
interlocking. Ig = ground-fault pickup.
• Neutral protection and equipment
Table 6 – Micrologic Trip Unit Ground-Fault Delay Values
ground-fault protection are independent
and can operate concurrently. Setting Ground-Fault Delay
NOTE: Use I2t off with ZSI for proper I2t off (ms at In) (seconds) 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4
coordination. Using I2t on with ZSI is I2t on (ms at In) (seconds) – 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4
not recommended as the delay in the
upstream device receiving a restraint tsd (min. trip)
20 80 140 230 350
(milliseconds)
signal could result in the trip unit
tripping in a time shorter than the tsd (max. trip)
80 140 200 320 500
published trip curve. (milliseconds)

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Micrologic Trip Unit Configuration


Control Power

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The P trip unit is designed to be used with an external 24 Vdc power supply. The
large LCD display used by the P trip unit requires too much current to be powered
by current flow through the circuit breaker.
The P trip unit has a circuit voltage power supply which will power the trip unit when
there is approximately 150 Vac or more between two phases. The standard
configuration for the voltage probes inside the circuit breaker is at the bottom
connections. If the circuit breaker is open in a top fed application, there is no
voltage at the bottom of the circuit breaker and the trip unit will not be powered.
The following will be powered and functional even if the trip unit is not externally
powered:
• Fault protection for LSIG functions. The P trip unit is fully circuit powered for
fault protection.
• LED trip indication (powered by an onboard battery). The battery’s only function
is to provide LED indication if all other power is off.
• Ground-fault push-to-trip button works for testing ground fault when the trip unit
is powered by the circuit voltage power supply. The ground-fault push-to-trip is
also functional if a Hand-Held Test Kit or Full-Function Test Kit is powering the
trip unit.
The following will be powered and functional with external power:
• All of the above functions which are functional without external power.
• LCD display and backlight are functional. Backlight intensity is not controlled or
adjustable, and may be different from one trip unit to another.
• All metering, monitoring, and history logs are functional.
• Communications from the trip unit to M2C and M6C programmable contact
modules are powered by a 24 Vdc power supply at F1 and F2. The M6C also
required an external 24 Vdc power supply.
• Modbus communciations are functional, using a separate 24 Vdc power supply
for the circuit breaker communications module. This separate 24 Vdc power
supply is required to maintain the isolation between the trip unit and
communications.
• The ground-fault push-to-trip is also functional if a Hand-Held Test Kit or Full-
Function Test Kit is powering the trip unit.

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External Power Supply


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CAUTION
HAZARD OF SHOCK, ARC FLASH OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
Trip unit and communication module must use separate power supplies.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in personal injury or equipment
damage.

The trip unit can be powered by:


• 24 Vdc external power supply (recommended).
• Over 150 V on the bottom circuit breaker terminals on two phases.
• Over 150 V on the top circuit breaker terminals with external voltage option.

Table 7 – Power Supply Specifications

Function Specification
Power for Trip Unit Alone 24 Vdc, 50 mA
Minimum Input-to-Output Isolation 2400 V
Output (Including Max. 1% Ripple) ±5%
Dielectric Withstand (Input/Output) 3 kV rms

Connections UC3
Connections F1 (-)
24 Vdc
F2 (+)

Power supply is used for:


Graphic screen display when the circuit breaker is open and top fed.
Option of linking an alarm to a relay output.
To maintain date and time when the circuit breaker is open.

Micrologic Setup
Use the Maintenance Menu by pressing the wrench key.

Micrologic Setup Figure 8 – Micrologic Setup

Micrologic
NOTE: If trip unit is connected to a History setup
communication network which provides logs
date and time synchronization, Contacts Language Selects display language
M2C / M6C
date/time cannot be set from trip unit. Micrologic Date/time Sets date and time
setup
See page 36 for step-by-step instructions Metering Breaker Enters information about the circuit breaker
to set up the Micrologic trip unit. setup selection in which the trip unit is installed
Com.
See Section 3 on page 33 for other trip unit setup Power Selects power sign direction for
sign metering menus
configurations instructions.
Selects the voltage ratio; if no external voltage
VT ratio
transformer is present, select 690:690

System Selects the system frequency


frequency

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Advanced Protection
Neutral Protection

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Neutral protection protects neutral conductors against overheating.
• For a three-pole circuit breaker, neutral protection is possible if a neutral
current transformer is used.
— Adjust the neutral using the trip unit keypad.
— Possible settings are OFF, N/2, N, or 1.6N.
— Factory setting is OFF.
— Oversize neutral protection (1.6N) requires use of the appropriate oversize
neutral current transformer.

CAUTION
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
If a four-pole circuit breaker neutral pole switch is set to 4P3D setting, the current
in the neutral must not exceed the rated current of the circuit breaker.
For a three-pole circuit breaker with oversize neutral protection (1.6N), select the
appropriate oversize neutral current transformer.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage.

• For a four-pole circuit breaker, set Figure 9 – Four-Pole Circuit Breaker Neutral Selector Dial
system type using the circuit breaker
Neutral Protection Settings for
neutral selector dial (see Figure 9).
Four-Pole Circuit Breaker
— Make fine adjustments using the 4P
4D

trip unit keypad, with the circuit Available


Circuit Breaker
breaker dial setting providing the Keypad
Selector Dial
Setting
upper limit for adjustment.
— Factory setting is 4P4D. 4P 3D Off, N/2, N

3P N/2 N/2

4P 4D N/2, N

• Neutral protection conductor type has Table 8 – Micrologic Trip Unit Conductor Type
four possible settings:
Long-Time Short-Tme Ground-Fault
Instantaneous
— Off—Neutral protection is turned Pickup Pickup Pickup
Settin
off. g
Trip Neutr Trip Neutra Trip Neutr Trip Neutr
— N/2—Neutral conductor capacity is
Unit al Unit l Unit al Unit al
one-half that of the line conductors.
— N—Neutral conductor capacity is OFF Ir None Isd None Ii None Ig None
the same as that of the line N/2 Ir 1/2 Ir Isd 1/2 Isd Ii Ii Ig Ig
conductors. N Ir Ir Isd Isd Ii Ii Ig Ig
— 1.6N—Neutral conductor capacity
1.6 x
is 1.6 times that of the line 1.6N Ir 1.6 x Ir Isd
Isd*
Ii Ii Ig Ig
conductors. (Three-pole circuit
breaker only.) *In order to limit the range, limited to 10 x In

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Alarms Table 9 – Trip Unit Alarms


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Alarms can be enabled or disabled for Alarm Menu Symbol Alarm Trip
protection or load shedding.
Long-time pickup Current protection Ir X X
• When an alarm occurs, an entry is Short-time pickup Current protection Isd X X
made in the alarm log.
Instantaneous pickup Current protection Ii X X
• For a trip unit to activate an alarm, both
the pickup level and time delay must be Ground-fault current Current protection I X X
exceeded. Therefore for LSIG Ground-fault alarm Current protection Al X X
protection and advanced protection Current unbalance Current protection Iunbal X X
programmed to trip the circuit breaker,
the trip unit will not activate the alarm Phase A maximum demand
Current protection Ia max X X
current
until the circuit breaker trips. (For
example, if a relay is programmed for Phase B maximum demand
Current protection Ib max X X
the long-time pickup Ir, the trip unit will current
not signal an alarm when the long-time Phase C maximum demand
Current protection Ic max X X
overload indicator lights. The trip unit current
will only activate the alarm once the Neutral maximum demand
Current protection In max X X
long-time overload exceeds the time current
delay and trips the circuit breaker.) Minimum voltage (undervoltage) Voltage protection Vmin X X
• Link alarms to a visual or audible signal
Maximum voltage (overvoltage) Voltage protection Vmax X X
by programming the optional M2C or
M6C module contacts, when an Voltage unbalance Voltage protection Vunbal X X
external 24 V power supply is used on Reverse power Other protection rPmax X X
the trip unit.
Minimum frequency
Other protection Fmin X X
• View alarms by: (underfrequency)

— History logs menu Maximum frequency


Other protection Fmax X X
(overfrequency)
— The network system management
software Phase rotation Other protection  rotation X –

• M2C/M6C contact characteristics: Current load shedding Load shedding I Ished X –

— Minimum load of 100 mA/24 V Power load shedding Load shedding P Pshed X –

— Breaking capacity at a 0.7 power


factor
240 Vac 5A
380 Vac 3A
24 Vdc 1.8 A
48 Vdc 1.5 A
125 Vdc 0.4 A
250 Vdc 0.15 A
• When several alarms are activated,
screen response/refresh time will be
slower.
See Appendix B for default and range
values.

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Minimum (Under) and Maximum Figure 10 – Minimum/Maximum Protection Curves


(Over) Demand Current and

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Maximum Protection
Voltage Protection t t
Minimum Protection

Provides pickup and dropout values for


alarm, contacts or tripping for current and C A
A C
voltage values. (There is no minimum for D B
current.) B D
• Pickup value (A) is set to activate an
alarm or trip. 0 0 VLL
I/VLL
• Pickup time delay (B) is set to start
timing once the pickup value has been
passed.
• Dropout value (C) is set to deactivate
the alarm and/or contact.
• Dropout time delay (D) is set to start
timing once the dropout value has been
passed.
• Minimum (under) voltage protection
(Vmin) is activated when any line-line
voltage is below the minimum voltage
setting.
• Maximum (over) voltage protection
(Vmax) is activated when any line-line
voltage is above the maximum voltage
setting.
• Vmin has a dropout value  pickup
value.
• Vmax has a dropout value  pickup
value.
• If current or voltage protection trips the
circuit breaker, the circuit breaker
cannot be reset until the current or
voltage problem which caused the trip
is corrected.
• Ground-fault alarm on the 5.0P and
6.0P trip unit is based on true rms value
of the ground current.
• Ground-fault trip on the 6.0P trip unit is
based on true rms value of the ground
current.
• Do not set undervoltage protection
below 80%*

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Current or Voltage Unbalance Figure 11 – Current or Voltage Unbalance Protection


Protection
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I
This protection applies to unbalanced Iavg = Ia + Ib + Vavg = Va + Vb +
Δmax Ic Vc
values for the three-phase currents and Iavg
voltages. or
Vavg Iunbal = |max| Vunbal = |max|
• Unbalance values are based on the Iavg Vavg
0 I1 I2 I3
true RMS values of the three-phase
currents.
• Do not set Vunbal above 20%*.
• Do not use voltage unbalance
protection to determine the loss of
multiple phases*.

* For an explanation of system protection behavior, see Appendix D

Reverse Power Protection Figure 12 – Reverse Power Protection


(rPmax) t
Reverse power protection protects
alternators against absorption of the total A
actual power over all three phases in the
event that a drive motor fails. B
• Reverse power protection applies a trip
curve based on the total actual power 0 P
value (A) over all three phases.
• A time delay (B) starts timing if the total
actual power of the three phases is not
flowing in the defined direction and if it
exceeds a reverse power threshold.
• The power direction is defined during
trip unit setup.

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Minimum (Under) and Maximum Figure 13 – Minimum/Maximum Frequency Curves


(Over) Frequency Protection

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Minimum Protection Maximum Protection
Provides pickup and dropout values for t t
frequency.
A C
• Pickup value (A) is set to activate an C A
alarm or trip. B D
D B
• Pickup time delay (B) is set to start
timing once the pickup value has been
passed. 0 0
Fmin Fmax
• Dropout value (C) is set to deactivate
the alarm and/or contact.
• Dropout time delay (D) is set to start
timing once the dropout value has been
passed.
• Fmin has a dropout value  pickup
value.
• Fmax has a dropout value  pickup
value.
• When system frequency is set to 400
Hz, the frequency protection is
disabled.

Load Shedding Figure 14 – Load Shedding

Load shedding does not trip the circuit t t


breaker, but may be used to activate an Long-time
Protection C
alarm linked to an M2C or M6C contact C
A Curve A
(controlling non-priority network loads). D
D
• Load shedding is defined by a
B B
threshold and time delay:
A—Activation threshold 0 I 0 P

B—Activation time delay


C—Dropout threshold
D—Dropout time delay
• Power load shedding depends on the
flow direction set during trip unit setup.
• Current load shedding is connected to
the I2t or Idmtl long-time delay values.
• Current load shedding cannot be
activated if “Long-time OFF” rating plug
is installed.

Phase Rotation Protection


Protects the circuit when two of the three phases are reversed.
• If one of the phases is down, this protection is inactive.
• Options are ABC or ACB.

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• When system frequency is set to 400 Hz, phase rotation protection is disabled.
• Do not use phase rotation protection to determine the loss of multiple phases in
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delta connected systems.

M2C and M6C Figure 15 – M2C/M6C Wiring Diagrams

Programmable Contact Kits M2C: 24 Vdc power


supplied by trip unit
M6C: external 24 Vdc power supply required

474

484
One or more alarms can be activated using
an optional M2C or M6C programmable
contact kit. The M2C contact kit provides
two form A contacts with common neutral.
The M6C contact kit provides six form C
contacts. Each contact can be programmed Characteristics for
S1 S2
through the trip unit for one alarm condition. M2C/M6C Programmable V A
Contacts
A 24 Vdc, 5 W auxiliary power supply is
required for operation of trip unit/M2C or Minimum Load 24 Vdc 100 mA
M6C contact kit combination.
240 Vac 5A
NOTE: Trip unit and communication 380 Vac 3A
modules (BCM and CCM) must use
471

Breaking Capacity at a 24 Vdc 1.8 A


separate power supplies. The M2C and
M6C contact kits can share the trip unit Power Factor (p.f.) of 0.7 48 Vdc 1.5 A
auxiliary power supply. 125 Vdc 0.4 A

250 Vdc 0.15 A

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Zone-selective Interlocking NOTE: Use I2t off with ZSI for proper coordination. Using I2t on
with ZSI is not recommended as the delay in the upstream

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Short-time and ground-fault protection can device receiving a restraint signal could result in the trip unit
be interlocked to provide zone-selective tripping in a time shorter than the published trip curve.
interlocking.
NOTE: Setting short-time delay (tsd) or ground-fault delay (tg) to
Control wiring links several trip units in the the 0 setting will eliminate selectivity for that circuit breaker.
distribution network and in the event of a
fault, a trip unit will obey the set delay time
only if receiving a signal from a
downstream trip unit.
If the trip unit does not receive a signal,
tripping will be instantaneous (with no
intentional delay).
• The fault is cleared instantaneously by
the nearest upstream circuit breaker.
• Thermal stresses (I2t) in the network
are minimized without any effect on the
correct time delay coordination of the
installation.
Figure 16 shows circuit breakers 1 and 2 Figure 16 – Zone-selective Interlocking
zone-selective interlocked.
• A fault at A is seen by circuit breakers 1
and 2. Circuit breaker 2 trips
06133376

instantaneously and also informs circuit


breaker 1 to obey set delay times.
Thus, circuit breaker 2 trips and clears
the fault. Circuit breaker 1 does not trip.
• A fault at B is seen by circuit breaker 1. 1 B
Circuit breaker 1 trips instantaneously
since it did not receive a signal from the
downstream circuit breaker 2. Circuit
breaker 1 trips and clears the fault.
2 A
Circuit breaker 2 does not trip.

Metering
The Micrologic P trip unit provides continuous metering of system values. Metered
values can be checked using the graphic display screen or network system
management software.

Trip Unit Testing


Trip unit LSIG functions can be tested using primary injection testing or secondary
injection testing. Test trip unit using the full-function test kit or hand-held test kit.
(See “Trip Unit Installation Check” on page 69 for more information.)

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Operation Counter
The circuit breaker communication module is required to display the total number
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of times the circuit breaker has opened since initial installation and since the last
reset and the day/time of last reset

Indicator Lights
Overload Indicator Light Figure 17 – Overload Indicator Light
Micrologic 5.0P Trip Unit Micrologic 6.0P Trip Unit
The overload indicator light (A) lights when long time

the Ir long-time pickup level has been


long time
Ir .8 tr 8
alarm
Ir tr alarm
.8 8
A
.7 .9 (s) 4 12 (s) 4
.7 .9 12
.6 .95 2 16
A
exceeded.
.6 .95 2 16
.5 .98 1 20 .5 .98 1 20
.4 1 .5 24 .4 1 .5 24
x In @ 6 Ir x In @ 6 Ir
short time instantaneous short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10
Isd
4
tsd
(s) . 4 .4 .3
Ii
6 8 10
3 5
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12 2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3 15 2 8 .2 .1 3 15
1.5 10 .1 2 0 2 off
1.5 10 .1 2 0 2 off
x Ir on I t off x In x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay setting delay
test
Ig tg
D
E
F (s) .4 .4 .3
C G .3 .2
B H .2 .1
A J .1 2
0
on I t off
ground fault

Trip Indicator Lights


A trip indicator light on the trip unit will light
CAUTION
when the circuit breaker trips. If the trip unit HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
has auxiliary power connected, the trip unit
If the circuit breaker remains closed and the Ap light remains lit
will display information about the trip.
after the reset, open the circuit breaker and contact the sales
The trip indicator light will remain lit until it is office.
reset by pressing the reset button (A). Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage
Cause of trip should be corrected before
resetting.
Figure 18 – Trip Indicator Lights
Ir trip indicator light (B) lights when long-
B C D E A
time pickup (Ir) signals the circuit breaker to
trip. Micrologic 6.0 P

Isd/Ii trip indicator light (C) lights when


short-time pickup (Isd) or instantaneous
pickup (Ii) signals the circuit breaker to trip.
Ig trip indicator light (D) lights when ground-
fault pickup (Ig) signals the circuit breaker
to trip.
Ap self-protection/advanced-protection
indicator light (E) lights when the advanced NOTE: In cases where a number of causes may result in
protection features cause a trip to occur, tripping, the LED signalling the last cause is the only one to
the trip unit overheats, the instantaneous remain on.
override value is exceeded or a trip unit
power supply failure occurs.

Test/Reset Button Figure 19 – Reset Button

The test/reset button (A) must be pressed Micrologic 6.0 P


A
after a trip to reset the fault information on
the graphic display and clear the trip
indicator light.

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Graphic Display Screen Figure 20 – Graphic Display Screen

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The graphic display screen (A) shows the
Micrologic 5.0 P

trip unit settings and information.


Navigation buttons (B) are used to display
and modify items on the screen. Default 4260A A
N 1 2 3
display shows current levels.
100
Trip unit must be powered for graphic
display screen to operate. The trip unit is 50

powered if:
0

• circuit breaker is on and has more than


150 V of load voltage on two phases B
(circuit breaker is closed or bottom fed).
• the full-function or hand-held test kit is
connected and on.
• the 24 Vdc external power supply is
connected.
• an external voltage tap is installed and
voltage of more than 150 V is present
on two phases.

Contact Wear Indicator


The trip unit keeps track of the circuit breaker contact wear when a Masterpact
circuit breaker type is selected. The amount of wear on the circuit breaker contacts
can be transferred when a trip unit is replaced. (External trip unit power supply is
required.)

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Section 2— Graphic Display Navigation


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Graphic Figure 21 – Graphic Display

Display
4260A
Graphic display (A) functions if the trip unit N 1 2 3 A
is connected to a 24 Vdc external power 100
supply or there is 150 V on at least two
phases. Current alone (from primary 50

injection test set or electrical system) will


power the LSIG protection functions, but 0

will not power the display.


B
Navigation buttons (B):

Metering Menu Button—Provides


access to metering menus
Maintenance Menu Button—Provides
access to maintenance menus
Protection Menu Button—Provides
access to protection menus
Down Button—Moves cursor
downward or decreases setting value
Up Button—Moves cursor upward or
increases setting value
Enter Button—Selects an option from

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Bar Graph display and Figure 22 – Menus

Menus

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A B C D

The MicroLogic P trip unit has a default bar 4260A History Amperage
I (A) logs protection
graph display of currents and three different
N 1 2 3 Contacts Voltage
menus which can be accessed using V (V) M2C / M6C protection
navigation buttons: 100 Micrologic Other
P (kW) setup protection
A. Bar Graph Display—Provides real-time Metering Load
E (kWh) shedding I
50
bar graph display of line currents and setup
measurement of line current and Com. Load
0 F (Hz) setup shedding P
neutral current (if applicable) (default
display)
B. Metering Menu—Provides access to
metered values of current, voltage,
power, energy and frequency
C. Maintenance Menu—Allows user to
change the trip unit configuration and
provides access to history logs
D. Protection Menu—Allows precision
adjustments to basic and advanced
protection
When the switch cover is closed, the trip
unit will return to the bar graph (default)
display after 3.5 minutes of no input. (If the
switch cover is open, the display stays at
the window selected.) To access another
menu, press the button that corresponds to
the desired menu. The menu appears on
the display and the green LED below the
menu button lights up.

Metering Menu Figure 23 – Metering Menu

Use the metering button to access the Moves cursor down


I (A) A
metered values of:
B Moves cursor up
A. Current V (V)
B. Voltage P (kW) C Selects boxed item
C. Power D
E (kWh) Returns to previous screen
D. Energy
F (Hz) E
E. Frequency Returns to bar graph display

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Current Figure 24 – Current Levels


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I (A)
I (A)
Instant.
V (V)
Displays current for A, B, C and
Ia, Ib, Ic, In
P (kW) Neutral (depending on network type)

E (kWh) Max Displays and resets maximum current values

Demand
F (Hz)
Displays current demand for A, B, C and
Ia, Ib, Ic, In
Neutral (depending on network type)

Max Displays and resets maximum demand values

Voltage Figure 25 – Voltage Levels

V (V)
I (A) Displays phase-to-phase instantaneous
Instant. voltage (Vab, Vbc, Vca) and phase-to-neutral
V (V) instantaneous voltages (Van, Vbn, Vcn)
(3 phases, 4-wire with neutral CT)
P (kW) Average 3 Displays average of phase-to-phase voltages
E (kWh)
Unbal 3 Displays phase-to-phase voltage unbalance
F (Hz)
Phase Displays phase sequence
Rotation

Power Figure 26 – Power Levels

P (kW)
I (A)
Instant.
V (V) Displays total active power (P)
P, Q, S Displays total reactive power (Q)
P (kW) Displays total apparent power (S)
Power
E (kWh) factor
Displays power factor

F (Hz) Demand
Displays active demand power (P)
P, Q, S Displays reactive demand power (Q)
Displays apparent demand power (S)

Max Displays and resets maximum demand values

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Energy Figure 27 – Energy Levels

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E (kWh)
I (A) Displays total active power (E. P.)
E total Displays total reactive power (E. Q.)
V (V) Displays total apparent power (E. S.)

P (kW) E in
Displays total active power (E. P.) in.
Displays total reactive power (E. Q.) in
E (kWh)
E out
Displays total active power (E. P.) out.
Displays total reactive power (E. Q.) out
F (Hz)
Reset
energy Resets all energy values to zero.

Frequency Figure 28 – Frequency

F Displays frequency (F)


I (A)
V (V)
P (kW)
E (kWh)
F (Hz)

Maintenance Menu Figure 29 – Maintenance Menu

Use the maintenance button to access the


History A Moves cursor down
maintenance menu. logs
A. To access the history log Contacts B Moves cursor up
M2C / M6C
B. To set up the M2C/M6C contacts Micrologic C Selects boxed item
setup
C. To set up the MicroLogic trip unit Metering D
setup Returns to previous screen
D. To set up the metering parameters
Com.
E
E. To set up the communication module setup Returns to bar graph display

History Logs Figure 30 – History Logs


History
History logs
logs
Contacts Trip Displays log of last ten faults recorded
M2C / M6C history
Micrologic Alarm Displays log of last ten alarms activated
setup history
Metering Operation
setup Displays number of operations (opening or trips)
counter
Com.
setup Contact Displays circuit breaker contact wear status
wear

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M2C/M6C Programmable Contacts Figure 31 – M2C/M6C Contacts Setup


• Available only if M2C/M6C contacts are
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Contacts
History M2C / M6C
installed. logs
• One alarm per contact. Contacts Alarm
M2C / M6C Type
• Can select those set up as “alarm” or Micrologic Assigns a protective alarm to S# contact
S#
“trip” under protection menu. setup # equals 1 or 2 for M2C contact
Metering # equals 1 to 6 for M6C contact
setup
Com. Setup
setup
S# Sets mode for S# contact
# equals 1 or 2 for M2C contact
# equals 1 to 6 for M6C contact

Reset Resets contacts after an alarm

MicroLogic Setup Figure 32 – MicroLogic Setup

MicroLogic
NOTE: If trip unit is connected to a History setup
communication network which provides logs
date and time synchronization, Contacts Language Selects display language
M2C / M6C
date/time cannot be set from trip unit. Micrologic Date/time Sets date and time
setup
Metering Breaker Enters information about the circuit breaker
setup selection in which the trip unit is installed
Com.
setup Power Selects power sign direction for
sign metering menus
Selects the voltage ratio; if no external voltage
VT ratio
transformer is present, select 690:690

System Selects the system frequency


frequency

Metering Setup Figure 33 – Metering Setup


Metering
History setup
logs
Contacts System Selects system type
M2C / M6C type
Micrologic Current Sets current demand
setup demand
Metering Power
setup Sets power demand
demand
Com.
setup Sign Selects sign convention
convention

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Communication Setup Figure 34 – Communication Module Setup

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Com.
History setup
logs
Contacts Com. Sets up the communication module
M2C / M6C parameter
Micrologic Remote Determines access to trip unit settings via the
setup access communication module
Metering Remote Determines if circuit breaker can be turned on
setup control and/or off via the communication module
Com.
setup

Protection Menu Figure 35 – Protection Menu

Use the protection button to access the Moves cursor down


Amperage A
menus. protection
Voltage Moves cursor up
A. To display and adjust current protection protection B
B. To display and adjust voltage protection Other
C Selects boxed item
protection
C. To display and adjust other protection Load D
shedding I Returns to previous screen
D. To set current load shedding
Load E
E. To set power load shedding shedding P Returns to bar graph display

Amperage Protection Figure 36 – Amperage Protection


Amperage
Amperage protection
protection
Displays and fine-adjusts I2t long-time,
Voltage I (A) short-time and instantaneous protection
protection
Other Displays and fine-adjusts Idmtl long-time,
protection I dmtl (A) short-time and instantaneous protection
Load
shedding I
Displays and fine-adjusts equipment ground-fault
I (A) protection (MicroLogic 6.0P only)
Load
shedding P I neutral (A) Sets neutral (Off, N, N/2, 1.6N)

I Alarm Sets equipment ground-fault alarm values

Iunbal (%) Sets allowable current unbalance

Iamax (A) Sets maximum demand current in A-phase

Ibmax (A) Sets maximum demand current in B-phase

Icmax (A) Sets maximum demand current in C-phase

Inmax (A) Sets maximum demand neutral current

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Voltage Protection Figure 37 – Voltage Protection


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Voltage
Amperage protection
protection
Voltage
protection
Vmin (V) Sets minimum (under) voltage protection

Other
protection Vmax (V) Sets maximum (over) voltage protection
Load
shedding I Vunbal (%) Sets unbalanced voltage protection
Load
shedding P

Other Protection Figure 38 – Other Protection

Other
Amperage protection
protection
Voltage rPmax (W) Sets reverse power protection
protection
Other
protection F min (Hz) Sets minimum (under) frequency protection
Load
shedding I Fmax (Hz) Sets maximum (over) frequency protection
Load
shedding P Phase
Sets phase reversal protection
rotation

Current Load Shedding Figure 39 – Current Load Shedding


Load
Amperage shedding I Sets current load shedding values (alarm only)
protection
Voltage
protection
Other
protection
Load
shedding I
Load
shedding P

Power Load Shedding Figure 40 – Power Load Shedding


Load
Amperage shedding P Sets power load shedding values (alarm only)
protection
Voltage
protection
Other
protection
Load
shedding I
Load
shedding P

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Section 3— Trip Unit Configuration

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Trip Unit Parameters Figure 41 – Maintenance Menu

Adjustment History
5.0 P
logs
NOTE: The protection menu settings
ogic
Microl

Contacts
M2C / M6C
cannot be adjusted unless the switch B Micrologic
cover is open. When settings have setup
been adjusted, press one of the menus Metering C
buttons to save the new values. setup
Com.
1. Open switch cover (A). setup

2. Press maintenance button (B) to bring A


up maintenance menu (C).

Figure 42 – M2C/M6C Contact Kits Setup

History History Contacts


M2C/M6C Programmable logs logs M2C / M6C
Contacts Contacts
M2C / M6C
Contacts
M2C / M6C
Alarm
type
If M2C or M6C contact kit is installed, use Micrologic Micrologic
setup Setup
setup
“Contacts M2C/M6C” menu to set alarm Metering Metering
type and operational mode. The M2C kit setup setup Reset
has S1 and S2 contacts. The M6C kit has Com. Com.
setup setup
S1, S2, S3, S4, S5 and S6 contacts.
Down Enter

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1. Enter M2C/M6C contacts alarm type Figure 43 – Set M2C/M6C Contact Alarm Type
into trip unit memory. Available alarms
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are: Contacts Alarm S1 S1


M2C / M6C type
Ir—Long-time pickup Alarm S1 Ii Isd
type
Ii—Instantaneous pickup S2
Setup
Isd—Short-time pickup
Reset
I —Ground-fault current
AI —Ground-fault alarm Up/
Enter Enter Enter
Down
Iunbal—Current unbalanced
Enter
Iamax—Phase A demand overcurrent
Exit
Ibmax—Phase B demand overcurrent
Alarm S2 S2
Icmax—Phase C demand overcurrent type
IsdIsd
Do you want
Inmax—Neutral demand overcurrent to save new S1 Not
settings? S2 selected
Vmin—Voltage is below set minimum
No
Vmax—Voltage is above set maximum
Vunbal—Voltage unbalanced Yes

rPmax—Reversed power Down Down Enter Up/


Down
Fmin—Frequency is below set Enter Enter Enter
minimum
Exit
Fmax—Frequency is above set
maximum Alarm
rot—Phase rotation type
Do you want
to save new S1
Ished—Current shedding settings? S2
Pshed—Power shedding
No
Not Selected—No alarms selected
Yes

Down Exit

Enter

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2. Set up M2C/M6C contact alarm mode. Figure 44 – Set M2C/M6C Contact Alarm Mode
Contact modes available are:

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Contacts Setup S1 S1
Latching contact—Stays latched M2C / M6C M2C/M6C Mode Mode
until reset Alarm S1 Locked 1 time delay
type
Nonlatching contact—Drops out S2
Setup
after fault is removed. Delay
Reset 1s
Time Delay—Delay placed on
contacts
Enter Enter Up/
For troubleshooting purposes only the Enter
Down
following modes are available: Enter

Locked 0—Contacts are locked


open S1 S1 Setup
Mode Mode M2C/M6C
Locked 1—Contacts are locked Do you want
S1
time delay time delay to save new
closed settings? S2
For short-time, instantaneous and Delay Delay
No
ground fault (SIG) alarms only: 1s 5s
Yes
— Each alarm occurrence will activate
the relay and will signal and
Down Up/ Down Down
continue to signal an alarm until the Down
trip unit test/reset button is pressed. Enter Enter Enter Enter

— This “latching behavior occurs


Exit
regardless of whether “latching” or
“nonlatching” contact mode was
used during alarm setup. S2 S2 S2 S2
Mode Mode Mode Mode
3. Reset displays states of relays and
Locked 1 time delay time delay time delay
allows them to be reset.
NOTE: Select reset option under Delay Delay Delay
the M2C/M6C menu to reset all 360s 360s 1s
alarms. The test/reset button on the
trip unit will reset the trip unit so that
it will stop activating the alarm, but Enter Up/
Down Up/
Down
does not reset the M2C/M6C Down
Enter Enter
contact. Enter

Exit

Setup Contacts
M2C/M6C M2C / M6C
Do you want Alarm
to save new S1
type
settings? S2
Setup
Time delay mode only
No
Reset
Yes

Down Exit Exit


Enter

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MicroLogic Trip Unit Setup Figure 45 – MicroLogic Trip Unit Setup


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Use “MicroLogic setup” menu to set display History History Language


language, date and time, circuit breaker logs logs
information, power sign, VT ratio and Contacts Contacts Date / time
M2C / M6C M2C / M6C
system frequency. Micrologic Micrologic Breaker
setup setup selection
Metering Metering Power
setup setup sign
Com. Com.
setup setup VT ratio

Down Enter System


frequency

1. Set display language. Figure 46 – Set Language

Language Language
Date / time Deutsch
English US
Breaker
selection
English UK
Power
sign Español

VT ratio Français

Up/
Enter
Down
Enter

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2. Set trip unit date and time. Figure 47 – Set Date and Time
NOTE: If trip unit is connected to a

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Language Date Date Date
communication network which
provides date and time Date / time 02 / 25 / 2001 01
02 / 25 / 2001 01 / 28 / 2001
synchronization, date/time cannot Breaker
selection Time Time Time
be set from trip unit. If trip unit is not
connected to a communication Power
sign 06:12:35pm 06:12:35pm 06:12:35pm
network which provides data and
VT ratio
time synchronization, date and time
will need to be re-entered every Enter Enter Up/ Up/
Down Down
time trip unit power is lost.)
Enter Enter
NOTE: In US English the date
format is month/day/year. In all Date Date Date Date
other languages the date format is
day/month/year. 2001
02 / 28 / 2001 02 / 28 / 2001 02 / 28 / 2001 02 / 28 / 2001

After using the test kit to do secondary Time Time Time Time
injection testing, thermal imaging
inhibit, ZSI testing or ground-fault 06:12:35pm 06:12:35pm 06:12:35pm
06 11
07:12:35pm
inhibit, the time will need to be reset if
the trip unit is not connected to a
Up/
communication network providing date Down Down Up/ Up/
Down Down
and time synchronization.
Enter Enter Enter Enter
NOTE: If time is not synchronized
by a supervisor using the network Date Date
system management software,
02 / 28 / 2001 02 / 28 / 2001
reset time semi-annually, or more
often if needed.
Time Time

25
07:11:35pm 07:11:25pm

Up/
Exit
Down
Enter

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3. Enter circuit breaker information into Figure 48 – Set Circuit Breaker Information
trip unit memory.The following
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information must be entered to properly Language Breaker Breaker Breaker


selection selection selection
identify the circuit breaker over the Standard Standard Standard
Date / time
communication network: ANSI ANSI UL
Breaker Circuit breaker Circuit breaker Circuit breaker
Standard—ANSI, UL, IEC or IEC/GB selection MasterPact MasterPact MasterPact
Power Type Type Type
Circuit Breaker Family—MasterPact sign NW32H2 NW32H2 NW32H2
(ANSI, UL, IEC or IEC/GB), Powerpact VT ratio
0000 0000 0000
(UL or IEC) or Compact NS (IEC) HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA
Enter Up/ Down
Enter
Circuit Breaker Type—Found on the Down

circuit breaker faceplate Enter Enter

Circuit Breaker Contact Wear Code–


Breaker Breaker Breaker
Only modified when replacing an selection selection selection
existing trip unit with contact wear Standard Standard Standard
information UL UL UL
Circuit breaker Circuit breaker Circuit breaker
NOTE: The contact wear meter is MasterPact MasterPact MasterPact
active only when circuit breaker Type Type Type
NW32H2 NW32H2 NW40H2
type is MasterPact. 0000 0000 0000
HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA
To maintain contact wear indicator
Up/ Up/
information when replacing an existing Down
Down
Down
trip unit: Enter Enter Enter

a. Read code on trip unit to be


replaced. (The code is a Breaker Breaker Breaker Breaker
selection selection selection selection
hexadecimal number.) Standard Standard Standard Standard
b. Remove old trip unit and install new UL UL UL UL
Circuit breaker Circuit breaker Circuit breaker Circuit breaker
trip unit in circuit breaker. MasterPact MasterPact MasterPact MasterPact
c. Enter code from old trip unit in new Type Type Type Type
trip unit. NW40H2 NW40H2 NW40H2 NW40H2
0000 0000 1000 10200
HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA HLogic–2002AA

Down Up/ Down Up/


Down Down
Enter Enter Enter Enter

Repeat for each


digit

Breaker
selection Modify contact wear code only
Standard Do you want if replacing circuit breaker.
UL to save new
Circuit breaker settings?
MasterPact
Type No
NW40H2
1234 Yes
HLogic–2002AA

Exit Down

Enter

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4. Select power sign. Figure 49 – Set Power Sign


Choose the signing convention to be

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Language Power Power
used for power metering, energy sign sign
metering and load shedding: Date / time Do you want
Breaker P- P+ to save new
— P+: Power absorbed from upstream selection
settings?
to downstream (top fed)
Power No
— P-: Power absorbed from sign
downstream to upstream (bottom VT ratio Yes
fed)
Enter Up/
Enter Down Down
Default value is P+
Enter Enter

Exit

5. Enter VT ratio of external voltage Figure 50 – Set VT Ratio


transformer into trip unit memory. If no
external voltage transformer is present, Language VT ratio VT ratio VT ratio
set both primary value and secondary Primary Primary Primary
Date / time
value to 690V. 690V 690V 660V
Breaker
Secondary Secondary Secondary
If supply voltage for the trip unit selection
exceeds 690V, an external voltage Power
690V 690V 690V
transformer is required. sign
VT ratio

Enter Enter Up/ Down


Down
Enter Enter

VT ratio
Primary Do you want
660V to save new
settings?
Secondary
690V No

Yes

Up/
Down Down

Enter Enter

Exit

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6. Enter system frequency into trip unit Figure 51 – Set System Frequency
memory.
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Date / time System System


NOTE: When system frequency is
Breaker frequency frequency
set to 400 Hz: selection
Do you want
to save new
— Reactive power absolute value will Power 50-60Hz 50-60Hz settings?
sign
be correct, but sign will be wrong.
No
VT ratio
— PF absolute value will be correct,
but sign will be wrong. System Yes
frequency
— Frequency value may not be Up/
Enter Enter Down
accurate. Down
Enter
— Frequency protection is disabled. Enter

— Phase rotation protection is Exit


disabled.

Metering Setup Figure 52 – Metering Setup

Use “Metering setup” menu to set History History System


logs logs type
parameters for metering system current
Contacts Contacts Current
and power. M2C / M6C M2C / M6C demand
Micrologic Micrologic Power
setup setup demand
Metering Metering Sign
setup setup convention
Com. Com.
setup setup

Down Enter

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1. Select system type. Figure 53 – Set System Type


Three measurement options are

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System System System
available: type type type
Current Do you want
Phase demand 3 4w 3 3w to save new
Network Type Neutral settings?
Current Power 3 CT 3 CT
demand
3-phase, 3-wire, 3 No
Ia, Ib and Ic Sign
CT (Uses 2 No convention
measured Yes
wattmeters)

3-phase, 4-wire, 4 Up/


Ia, Ib, Ic and In Enter Enter Down
CT* (Uses 3 Yes Down
measured
wattmeters) Enter Enter
3-phase, 4-wire, 3
Ia, Ib and Ic Exit
CT (Uses 3 No
measured
wattmeters)
*Do not use “3-phase, 4-wire, 4 CT” type unless
neutral is effectively connected to the trip device
(neutral voltage connection is external to the 3-
pole circuit breaker). (See neutral CT instruction
bulletin.)

NOTE: In the case of a four-pole circuit


breaker, the ability to set the neutral is
limited by the setting of the neutral type
switch on the circuit breaker.
In measurement is not available for
“3-phase, 4-wire, 3 CT” network types
and Van, Vbn and Vcn simple voltage
measurements are not available for
“3-phase, 3-wire, 3 CT” network types.
If these measurements are desired,
and if the connected system is a wye
(4-wire) system, select “3-phase, 4-
wire, 4 CT’ and connect to neutral (Vn)
voltage terminal on the neutral CT.

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2. Set current calculation method and Figure 54 – Set Current Demand


interval.
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System Current Current Current


The calculation method can be block type demand demand demand
interval or thermal calculation. Current Calculation Calculation Calculation
demand method method method
block thermal thermal
The window type is factory set as a Power interval
sliding window. demand Window type Window type Window type
Sign sliding sliding sliding
The time interval can be set from five to convention
Interval Interval Interval
60 minutes in one minute increments. 15 min 15 min 15 min
Up/ Down
Enter Enter Down Down
Enter Enter

Current Current
demand demand
Calculation Calculation Do you want
method method to save new
thermal thermal settings?
Window type Window type
No
block block
Interval Interval Yes
25 min 25 min
Up/
Down Exit Down

Enter Enter

3. Set power calculation method and Figure 55 – Set Power Demand


interval.
System Power Power Power
The calculation method can be block type demand demand demand
interval, thermal calculation or sync. to Current Calculation Calculation Calculation
method method method
comms. demand
block thermal thermal
Power interval
NOTE: The sync to comms method demand Window type Window type Window type
is available only with the Sign sliding sliding sliding
convention
communication option. This Interval Interval Interval
function determines demand power 15 min 15 min 15 min
based on a signal from the Enter Enter
Up/ Down
Down Down
communication module.
Enter Enter
The default window type is sliding.
The time interval can be set from five to Power Power
demand demand
60 minutes in one minute increments. Calculation Calculation Do you want
method method to save new
thermal thermal settings?
Window type Window type
No
block block
Interval Interval Yes
25 min 25 min
Up/
Down Exit Down

Enter Enter

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4. Select sign convention. Figure 56 – Set Sign Convention


Choose the signing convention to be

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System Sign Sign
used for reactive power (VARS) and type convention convention
reactive energy (VARhrs) and power Current Do you want
factor measurements: demand IEEE IEC to save new
settings?
Power
IEEE demand
No
Sign
IEC convention
Yes
IEEE alt
Enter Up/
Enter Down
Down
Enter Enter

Exit

IEEE Sign Convention


Reactive
Power

Quadrant 2 Quadrant 1
Watts Negative (-) Watts Positive (+)
VARs Positive (+) VARs Positive (+)
PF Leading (+) PF Lagging (-)

Reverse Power Flow Normal Power Flow Active


Power
Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4
Watts Negative (-) Watts Positive (+)
VARs Negative (-) VARs Negative (-)
PF Lagging (-) PF Leading (+)

IEC Sign Convention


Reactive
Power

Quadrant 2 Quadrant 1
Watts Negative (-) Watts Positive (+)
VARs Positive (+) VARs Positive (+)
PF Leading (-) PF Lagging (+)

Reverse Power Flow Normal Power Flow Active


Power
Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4
Watts Negative (-) Watts Positive (+)
VARs Negative (-) VARs Negative (-)
PF Lagging (-) PF Leading (+)

IEEE Alt Sign Convention


Reactive
Power
Quadrant 2 Quadrant 1
Watts Negative (-) Watts Positive (+)
VARs Negative (-) VARs Negative (-)
PF Leading (+) PF Lagging (-)

Reverse Power Flow Normal Power Flow Active


Power
Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4
Watts Negative (-) Watts Positive (+)
VARs Positive (+) VARs Positive (+)
PF Lagging (-) PF Leading (+)

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Figure 57 – Communication Module Setup


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History History Com.
Com.
Communication Module Setup logs logs parameters
parameters
Contacts Contacts Remote
Remote
Use “Com. setup” menu to set M2C / M6C M2C / M6C access
access
communication module setup. Micrologic Micrologic Remote
Remote
setup setup control
control
NOTE: Com. setup parameters can Metering Metering IP Data
setup setup
only be entered if a circuit breaker
Com. Com.
communication module (BCM) is setup setup
installed.
Down Enter

1. Set communication parameters. Default Figure 58 – Set Modbus Com Values


values are:
06133459 Com.
Com. Modbus Modbus Modbus
Address = 47 parameters
parameters Com Com Com
Remote
Remote Address Address Address
Baud-rate = 19.2k access
access
6 6 4
Parity = even Remote
Remote
control
control Baud-rate Baud-rate Baud-rate
IP Data 19.2k 19.2k 19.2k
Parity Parity Parity
Even Even Even
Up/
Enter Enter Down
Down
Enter Enter

Modbus Modbus Modbus


Com Com Com
Address Address Address Do you want
to save new
4 4 4 settings?
Baud-rate Baud-rate Baud-rate
19.2k 19.2k 19.2k No
Parity Parity Parity
Yes
Even Even Even
Up/ Up/
Down Down Down Down

Enter Enter Enter Enter

Exit

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WARNING

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POTENTIAL COMPROMISE OF SYSTEM AVAILABILITY, INTEGRITY, AND
CONFIDENTIALITY
Change default passwords at first use to help prevent unauthorized access to
device settings, controls and information.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, serious injury, or
equipment damage.

2. Remote access. Figure 59 – Check Remote Access


Remote access is factory set and does Remote

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Com.
Com.
not require adjustment. parameters
parameters access
NOTE: Remote access setting can Remote
Remote Access
access
access Permit
be changed to allow protection Remote
Remote No
settings to be changed via the control
control
communication network. Contact IP Data Access
code
the local sales office about the
availability of software to utilize this 0000
feature. Enter

3. Set remote control. Figure 60 – Set Remote Control


Manual: The circuit breaker cannot be Remote Remote
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Com.
Com.
opened or closed via the network parameters
parameters Control Control
system management software. Remote
Remote Do you want
access
access to save new
Auto: The circuit breaker can be Manual Auto settings?
Remote
Remote
opened or closed via the network control
control
No
system management software. IP Data
Yes
NOTE: For remote operation of the
circuit breaker, the BCM must be Up/
Enter Enter
set to enable opening and/or Down Down

closing and circuit breaker must Enter Enter


have communicating shunt coils
with wire harness installed. Exit

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Switch Settings Adjustment


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CAUTION
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Using the switches to set trip unit values will override settings made using the
keypad.
— Changing the switch setting for overload, short-time or instantaneous, or
changing the neutral protection selector on a four-pole circuit breaker, will
delete all fine adjustments previously made using the keypad for overload,
short-time and instantaneous protection.
— Changing the switch setting for ground-fault will delete all fine adjustments
made with the keypad for ground-fault protection.
• If cover pin located on back of the protective cover is missing, contact sales
office for a replacement cover.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage.

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1. Open switch cover (A). Figure 61 – Adjust Switch Settings


2. Confirm that cover pin (B) is on back of

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the protective cover. This pin is ogic
5.0 P
Micro
logic
5.0 P
Micro
logic
5.0 P

necessary to lock trip unit settings


Microl

when they are set to trip. D

3. Adjust the appropriate switches (C) to


F
desired values. Display screen (D) A
automatically shows appropriate setting
curve (E). The set value is displayed as
a boxed value in amperes or seconds.
4. Make fine adjustments using navigation C
keys (F) or network system
management software. All fine B
adjustments are stored in non-volatile
memory. I2t Trip Curve E Idmtl Trip Curve E Ground-fault Trip E
NOTE: Fine adjustments can only
be made for values less than those
Idmtl (A) Idmtl (A) I (A)
Trip
set with the switches. Using Trip Trip
1000 A Ir 1000 A Ir
switches to set values after making tr tr
1.0 s 1.0 s 1200A Ig
fine adjustments using the keypad EIT Idmtl
will override the keypad 2000 A Isd 2000 A Isd
adjustments. 0.2 s tsd 0.2 s tsd
0.5s tg
4000 A Ii 4000 A Ii
Fine switch settings are in the following
increments:
— Long-time pickup = 1 A
Example
— Long-time delay = 0.5 sec.
— Short-time pickup = 10 A
06134768

I(A) I(A) I(A)


— Short-time delay = 0.1 sec. Micro
logic
5.0 P

Trip Trip Trip


— Instantaneous pickup = 10 A 1000 A 1000 A 995 A

— Ground-fault pickup = 1 A
1.0 s 1.0 s 1.0 s

— Ground-fault delay = 0.1 sec. 2000 A 2000 A 2000 A


0.2 s 0.2 s 0.2 s
4000 A 4000 A 4000 A

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5. Replace switch cover. Use a lead seal Figure 62 – Check Switch Settings
(A), not supplied, to provide tamper
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evidence if necessary. 5.0 P 5.0 P


logic logic
Micro Micro

NOTE: When the cover is closed,


the navigation keys can no longer
be used to make adjustments to the
trip unit settings if they are set to
trip. A

6. Check settings using keypad (B) and


graphic display or the network system
management software.
B

Examples
MicroLogic 5.0P Trip Unit Figure 63 – Set Pickup Levels

1. Set switches: t
long time

A
Ir tr alarm
.7
.8
.9 (s) 4
8
12 Ir
.6 .95 2 16

A—Long-time pickup (Ir) A


.5 .98 1 20
.4 1 .5 24

B
x In @ 6 Ir
tr
B short time instantaneous

B—Long-time delay (tr)


Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 . 4 .3 6 8 10
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3
Isd C
C
15
.1 2 0
C—Short-time pickup (Isd) E
1.5 10 2 off
x Ir on I t off x In
tsd D
D
setting delay

D—Short-time delay (tsd)


Ii E
0 Ir Isd Ii I
E—Instantaneous pickup (Ii)
2. Fine-tune adjust using keypad and In 2000 A

graphic display screen or the network


system management software.

MicroLogic 6.0P Trip Unit Figure 64 – Set Pickup Levels


t
1. Set switches:
long time
Ir
.7
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm
Ir A
.6 .95 2 16

A
.5 .98 1 20

A—Long-time pickup (Ir) .4


x In
1 .5 24
@ 6 Ir
tr B
B Isd
short time
tsd
.4 .4 .3
Ii
instantaneous

B—Long-time delay (tr) 6 8 10


4 (s)
3 5
2.5 .3 .2
Isd C
6 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3
C
15
.1 0
E D
1.5 10 2 off

C—Short-time pickup (Isd) tsd


2
x Ir on I t off x In

D
setting delay
test
Ig
E
tg
(s) . 4 .4 .3 Ii E
D—Short-time delay (tsd)
D F
C G .3 .2
B H .2 .1 0 Ir Isd Ii I
F A J
on
.1 2
0
I t off
E—Instantaneous pickup (Ii) G
ground fault

In 2000 A t
F—Ground-fault pickup (Ig) I2t on

G—Ground-fault delay (tg) Ig F


I2t off
2. Fine-tune adjust using keypad and tg G
graphic display screen or the network
0 I
system management software. Ig

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Zone-Selective Interlocking Table 10 – ZSI Combinations

(ZSI)

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Federal Pioneer USRC and USRCM Trip Units
Square D GC-200 Ground-Fault Relay for
Square D MicroLogic Series B Trip Units
The number of devices which can be
interlocked are shown in Table 10. Upstream Device

Square D GC-100 Ground-Fault Relay


(receives input from RIM)

Merlin Gerin STR58 Trip Units


MicroLogic #.0x Trip Units

for Equipment Protection

Equipment Protection
Downstream Device
(sends output to RIM)

MicroLogic #.0x Trip Units 15 R R 15 15 R

Square D MicroLogic Series B Trip


R 26 R R R 15
Units

Square D GC-100 Ground-Fault


R R 7 R R R
Relay for Equipment Protection

Square D GC-200 Ground-Fault


15 R R 15 15 R
Relay for Equipment Protection

Merlin Gerin STR58 Trip Units 15 R R 15 15 R

Merlin Gerin STR53 Trip Units 15 R R 15 15 R

Federal Pioneer USRC and USRCM


R 15 R R R 15
Trip Units

Square D Add-On Ground Fault


R 5 R R R R
Module for Equipment Protection

R—RIM module is required to restrain any devices.


Numerical References—Maximum number of upstream circuit breakers which can be
restrained without requiring a RIM Module.

Circuit breaker terminals are shipped with Figure 65 – Jumpered Terminals


terminals Z3, Z4 and Z5 jumpered to self-
restrain the short-time and ground-fault
functions. Remove the jumpers when UC1
Z5 M1
activating zone-selective interlocking.
Z3 Z4
Z1 Z2
Auxiliary Connections

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Wire circuit breakers for zone-selective Figure 66 – ZSI Wiring Example


interlocking.
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NOTE: Use I2t off with ZSI for proper UC1


coordination. Using I2t on with ZSI is Z5 M1
Z3 Z4
not recommended as the delay in the
Z1 Z2
upstream device receiving a restraint UC1
Auxiliary Z5
signal could result in the trip unit Connections 1
M1
Z3 Z4
tripping in a time shorter than the
Z1 Z2
published trip curve. Secondary
UC1
Auxiliary Z5 M1
Connector Connections 2
Position Description Z3 Z4
Z1 ZSI out signal Z1 Z2
Z2 ZSI out Auxiliary
Z3 ZSI in signal Connections 3
Z4 ZSI in short time
Z5 ZSI in ground fault

Trip Unit Operation Figure 67 – Verify Trip Unit Operation

Verification ogic
5.0 P
Microl
ogic
5.0 P
Microl

Use a test kit connected to the trip unit test


plug receptacle (A) to verify trip unit is
functioning as desired. See instructions
shipped with test kit to perform verification
tests.
A
NOTE: To verify operation of the circuit
breaker and trip unit, use primary
injection testing. (See “Trip Unit
Installation Check” on page 69 for more
information.)

Trip Unit Resetting Figure 68 – Reset Trip Unit


A
When the circuit breaker trips, the fault Micrologic 6.0P

indicator will remain lit until the trip unit is


reset.
Do not return circuit breaker to service until
cause of trip is determined. For more
information, refer to the circuit breaker
installation instructions shipped with the
circuit breaker.
Press the reset/test button (A) to reset the
trip unit after trip.

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Equipment Ground-Fault
Trip Functions Testing

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Paragraph 230-95 (c) of the National
Electrical Code requires that all equipment
ground-fault protection systems be tested
when first installed.
With the trip unit powered and the circuit
breaker closed, test the equipment ground-
fault (MicroLogic 6.0P trip unit) trip function.
The trip unit is powered if:
• circuit breaker is on and has more than
150 V of load voltage on two phases
(circuit breaker is closed or bottom fed).
Figure 69 – Test Equipment Ground-Fault Trip Function
• the Full-Function or Hand-Held Test Kit
is connected and on.
• the 24 Vdc external power supply is
5.0 P
logic
Micro

connected.
• an external voltage tap is installed and
voltage of more than 150 V is present
on two phases.
A
For instructions on how to close circuit
breaker, refer to the circuit breaker
installation instructions shipped with the
circuit breaker.
To test trip function, press the ground-fault
test button (A). Circuit breaker should trip.
If circuit breaker does not trip, contact the
local field office.

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Trip Unit Status Check


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Check trip unit battery and trip indicators.


1. Make sure trip unit is powered. The trip
unit is powered if:
— circuit breaker is on and has more
than 150 V of load voltage on two
phases (circuit breaker is closed or
bottom fed).
— the Full-Function or Hand-Held Test Figure 70 – Check Trip Unit Status
Kit is connected and on.
B
— the 24 Vdc external power supply is A
connected. Micrologic 6.0P

— the external voltage tap is installed


and voltage of more than 150 V is Battery Fully
present on two phases.
Battery Half Charged
2. Press test/reset button (A).
— All trip indicators (B) will light up Replace Battery

— Battery status will be displayed


— The battery bar graph reading is
valid after the reset button has been
released
3. If the battery bar graph shows the
battery needs to be changed, use
Square D battery catalog number
S33593:
— lithium battery
— 1.2AA, 3.6 V, 800 ma/h
For instructions on replacing battery, see
Section 7—Battery Replacement.

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Section 4— Operation

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Metered Values Figure 71 – Metering Menu

Use the metering menus to monitor circuit I (A)


breaker current (I), voltage (V), power (P),
energy (E) and frequency (F). V (V)
NOTE: System measurements can P (kW)
also be checked remotely using System E (kWh)
Manager Software (SMS) (version 3.3
or later) or other network system F (Hz)
management software.

Current Levels Figure 72 – Check Current Levels

Ia—Instantaneous A phase current I (A) Iinst. Iinst.


I (A)
Ib—Instantaneous B phase current Instant Ia, Ib, Ic, In
Ia = 0A
V (V)
Ic—Instantaneous C phase current Demand Max Ib = 0A
P (kW) Ic = 0A
In—Instantaneous neutral current
In = 0A
E (kWh)
I —Instantaneous ground current I = 0A
F (Hz)
Iamax—Maximum instantaneous A phase
current Enter Enter Enter Exit

Ibmax—Maximum instantaneous B phase


current Iinst. Imax Iinst. I (A)
Ia, Ib, Ic, In Ia, Ib, Ic, In Instant
Icmax—Maximum instantaneous C phase Ia = 301 A
Max Ib = 309 A Max Demand
current
Ic = 309 A
Inmax—Maximum instantaneous neutral In = 307 A
current I = 17 A

I max—Maximum instantaneous ground Reset (- / +)


current Enter
Exit
Down (To reset) Down
Ia —Demand A phase current Enter Enter
Exit
Ib —Demand B phase current
Demand Demand Demand Imax
Ic —Demand C phase current Demand
Ia, Ib, Ic, In Ia, Ib, Ic, In
15 min 15 min
In —Demand neutral current Max Ia = 357 A
Max Ia = 356 A
Iamax—Maximum demand A phase current Ib = 148 A
Ib = 148 A
Ic = 185 A
Ic = 159 A
Ibmax—Maximum demand B phase current In = 1A
In = 84 A
Ic max—Maximum demand C phase current Reset (- / +)
Inmax—Maximum demand neutral current Enter Exit Down
Enter
(To reset)
Maximum measurements can also be reset Enter Exit
to zero.

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Voltage Levels Figure 73 – Check Voltage Levels


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Vab—Instantaneous voltage between A and V (V) V Inst.


B phases I (A)
Instant Vab = 430 V
Vbc—Instantaneous voltage between B and V (V)
Average 3 Ф
Vbc = 401 V
Vca = 431 V
C phases P (kW) Unbal 3Ф Van = 245 V
Vca—Instantaneous voltage between C and E (kWh) Vbn = 242 V
Phase
A phases rotation Vcn = 242 V
F (Hz)
Van—Instantaneous voltage between A
phase and neutral Enter Enter Exit

Vbn—Instantaneous voltage between B


phase and neutral V (V) V avg.
Instant 3
Vcn—Instantaneous voltage between C
Average 3 Ф 421 V
phase and neutral
Unbal 3Ф

Phase
rotation

Down Exit

Enter

V (V) V unbal
Instant 3
Average 3 Ф -4 %
Unbal 3Ф

Phase
rotation

Down Exit

Enter

Phase V (V)
V (V)
Rotation
Instant Instant

Average 3 Ф  A, B, C Average 3 Ф

Unbal 3Ф Unbal 3Ф

Phase Phase
rotation rotation

Down Exit Exit

Enter

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Power Levels Figure 74 – Check Power Levels

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P—Instantaneous active power P (kW) P inst. P inst.
I (A)
Instant P, Q, S
Q—Instantaneous reactive power P (kW)
V (V) Demand Power 0
S—Instantaneous apparent power Factor Q (kvar)
P (kW) 0
Power Factor—Instantaneous power factor
E (kWh) S (kVA)
P—Demand active power 0
F (Hz)
Q—Demand reactive power
Enter Enter Enter Exit
S—Demand apparent power
Pmax—Maximum demand active power P Inst. Power
Qmax—Maximum demand reactive power P, Q, S factor
Power
Smax—Maximum demand apparent power Factor -0.16
Maximum measurements can also be reset
Lag
to zero.
(Ind.)
NOTE: To ensure reliable power and
power factor measurements, “Power Exit
Down
sign”, page 39, and “Sign convention”,
page 43, must be set. Enter Exit

P (kW) Demand Demand Demand


Instant P, Q, S P (kW) P, Q, S
26
Demand Max Max
Q (kvar)
83
S (kVA)
87

Down Enter Exit Down

Enter Enter

Pmax Demand
Demand P, Q, S
P (kW)
26 Max
Q (kvar)
86
S (kVA)
92
Reset (- / +)
Enter
(To reset) Exit

Exit Exit

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Energy Levels Figure 75 – Check Energy Levels


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Total active energy (P) E (kW) E total


I (A)
E total E. P (kWh)
Total reactive energy (Q)
V (V) E in
0
Total apparent energy (S) E. Q (kvarh)
P (kW) E out 0
Active energy in (E.P.)
E (kWh) Reset E. S (kVAh)
Reactive energy in (E.Q.) Energy 0
F (Hz)
Active energy out (E.P.)
Enter Enter Exit
Reactive energy out (E.Q.)
Energy measurements can also be reset to E (kW) E in
zero. E total E. P (kWh)
0
NOTE: To ensure reliable energy E in
measurements, “Power sign”, 39, and E. Q (kvarh)
E out 0
“Sign convention”, 43, must be set.
Reset
Energy

Down Exit

Enter

E (kW) E out
E total E. P (kWh)
0
E in
E. Q (kvarh)
E out 0
Reset
Energy

Down Exit

Enter

E (kW) Reset E total


E total Energy To reset E. P (kWh)
Are you energy 0
E in sure? press
enter E. Q (kvarh)
E out 0
Reset No E. S (kVAh)
Energy 0
Yes

Down Enter
Down Exit
(To reset)
Enter Enter

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Frequency Figure 76 – Check Frequency

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I (A) F (Hz)

V (V)
60.0
P (kW)
E (kWh)
F (Hz)
Enter Exit

Trip Unit History Figure 77 – History Log Menu

Use the maintenance menu to review the History Trip


history
logs
trip unit history stored in the history logs. Contacts Alarm
M2C / M6C history
Micrologic Operation
setup counter
Metering Contact
setup wear
Com.
setup

Enter

Trip History Figure 78 – Check Trip History

The trip unit stores information about the Trip Trip Trip Trip
LSIG fault causing the last ten trips. For history history 05 / 20 / 00 history
each fault the following are stored: Alarm 10:23:42 am
history Ii Ii 7200 A Ii
05 / 20 / 00 05 / 20 / 00
• Current values of Ir, Isd, Ii, and Ig Operation Ia = 7800 A
counter Ii Ii
• Pickup setpoint for voltage and other Ib = 7800 A
Contact 04 / 28 / 00 Ic = 7800 A 04 / 28 / 00
protection wear
In = 7800 A
Vmin Vmin
• Date 04 / 28 / 00 04 / 28 / 00
• Time (hour, minute and second) Enter Enter Enter Down

NOTE: Trips from use of a test kit are Enter


not recorded in the trip history log.
Trip Trip Trip
04 / 28 / 00 history 04 / 28 / 00
12:03:33 am
Ii 7200A Ii V min 100V
05 / 20 / 00
Ia = 7500 A
Ib = 7500 A Ii
Ic = 7500 A 04 / 28 / 00
In = 7500 A Vmin
04 / 28 / 00

Enter Down Exit

Enter Exit

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Alarm History Figure 79 – Check Alarm History


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The trip unit records measurement at each Trip


Trip Alarm Alarm
of the last ten alarms activated. For each history 05 / 20 / 00 history
history
alarm the following are stored: Alarm Al 996A
history Al Al
05 / 20 / 00 05 / 20 / 00
• Indication and value of the alarm Operation
counter Al Al
setting Contact 02 / 28 / 00 02 / 28 / 00
• Date wear
Al Al
• Time (hour, minute and second) 02 / 26 / 00 02 / 26 / 00

Enter Enter Enter Down

Enter

Trip Trip
Alarm
02 / 28 / 00 history 02 / 26 / 00
Al 996A Al Al 996A
05 / 20 / 00
Al
02 / 28 / 00
Al
02 / 26 / 00

Enter Down Exit

Enter Exit

Operation Counter Figure 80 – Check Operation Counter

This displays the maximum number of Trip Number of


operations (trip or circuit breaker openings) history Operations
since the circuit breaker was installed. The Alarm Total
history
number is obtained from the circuit breaker Operation 19
communication module (BCM). counter
Contact Operations
wear
since last
reset
Enter Exit

Contact Wear Figure 81 – Check Contact Wear

This displays the amount of contact wear Trip Contact


on the contact with the greatest wear. history wear
When this number reaches 100, it is Alarm
history
recommended that a visual inspection of
the contacts be done. This function works Operation 63
counter
only on MasterPact® NT and NW circuit Contact
breakers. wear

Enter Exit

Exit

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Protection Setup Figure 82 – Protection Menu

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Amperage
Use the protection menus to check protection
protection setup for amperage protection, Voltage
voltage protection, other protection, current protection
load shedding and power load shedding. Other
protection
Refer to Appendix B for default settings Load
shedding I
and setting ranges. Load
shedding P

Amperage Protection Figure 83 – Check Amperage Protection

The “Change Idmtl (A) setting with I(A)”


screen will only appear if long-time, short- Amperage
I (A) I(A) Idmtl (A)
protection
time and/or instantaneous adjustments Voltage
Trip
Idmtl (A) Change Idmtl 1000 A
have been previously made under the Idmtl protection
(A) settings 1.0 s
(A) menu screen. If the user responds Yes, Other
protection
I (A) with I(A)?
the Idmtl (A) settings will be lost when the 2000 A
Load Ineutral (A)
shedding I
0.2 s
menu goes to the I(A) adjustment screen. If No 4000 A
no adjustments have been made under the Load I Alarm
shedding P Yes
Idmtl (A) menu screen, the menu goes
directly to the I(A) adjustment screen. Enter I unbal (%) Down Exit

The “Change I (A) setting with Idmtl(A)” Ia max (A) Enter

screen will only appear if long-time, short-


time and/or instantaneous adjustments Ib max (A)
have been previously made under the I(A) Ic max (A)
menu screen. If the user responds Yes, the
I(A) settings will be lost when the menu In max (A)
goes to the Idmtl(A) adjustment screen. If Enter
no adjustments have been made under the
Idmtl(A) menu screen, the menu goes
I (A) Idmtl(A) I dmtl (A)
directly to the I(A) adjustment screen.
Change I(A) Trip
NOTE: Neutral protection is disabled if Idmtl (A) settings with 1000 A
1.0 s
Idmtl protection is selected. I (A) Idmtl(A)? EIT
2000 A
Ineutral (A) 0.2 s
No 4000 A
I Alarm Yes
Down Down Exit

Enter Enter

Continued on next page

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Amperage Protection (continued) Figure 83 – Check Amperage Protection (continued)


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I (A) I (A)
Trip
Idmtl (A)
1200 A
I (A)
Ineutral (A) 0.5s

I Alarm

Enter Exit

NOTE: Selection of the CT type Ineutral (A)


determines the Ineutral protection in I (A)
Neutral CT
the Protection menu. Idmtl (A)
External
Circuit Neutral I (A)
Protection Choices
Breaker CT Type
Ineutral (A) Protection
All none disabled
I Alarm OFF
OFF: no neutral protection

Four-pole internal N/2: half neutral protection Down Exit

N: full neutral protection Enter

OFF: no neutral protection


I Alarm
N/2: half neutral protection I (A)
Three- Alarm
external N: full neutral protection
pole Idmtl (A)
Pick up
1.6N: oversized neutral 996A
I (A)
protection 1.0s
Ineutral (A) Drop out
996A
I Alarm 1.0s

Down Exit

Enter

Idmtl (A) I unbal (%)


Off
I (A)
Pick up
Ineutral (A) 60%
40.0s
I Alarm Drop out
60%
I unbal (%) 1.0s

Down Exit

Enter

Continued on next page

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Amperage Protection (continued) Figure 83 – Check Amperage Protection (continued)

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I (A) Ia max (A)
Off
Ineutral (A)
Pick up
I Alarm 240A
1500s
I unbal (%) Drop out
240A
Ia max (A) 15s

Down Exit

Enter

Ib max (A)
Ineutral (A)
Off
I Alarm
Pick up
240A
I unbal (%)
1500s
Ia max (A) Drop out
240A
Ib max (A) 15s

Down Exit

Enter

Ic max (A)
I Alarm
Off
I unbal (%)
Pick up
Ia max 240A
(A)
1500s
Ib max (A) Drop out
240A
Ic max (A) 15s

Down Exit

Enter

NOTE: To set Inmax, the neutral CT In max (A)


must be set to external or internal I unbal (%)
Off
under MicroLogic setup under the Ia max (A)
maintenance menu . Pick up
Ib max (A) 240A
1500s
Ic max (A) Drop out
240A
In max (A) 15s

Down Exit

Enter Exit

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Voltage Protection
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NOTICE
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
Setting undervoltage protection (Vmin) below 80% or voltage unbalance (Vunbal)
above 20% can cause the trip unit to not perform as expected.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage

Figure 84 – Check Voltage Protection

Amperage
(V) Vmin (V)
protection Vmin
Off
Voltage
protection Vmax (V)
Pick up
Other Vunbal (%) 100V
protection
5.00s
Load
shedding I
Drop out
100V
Load
shedding P
0.20s

Enter Enter Exit

Voltage protection pickup settings are


(V) Vmax (V)
phase-to-phase values. Vmin
Off
Unbalance values are based on the true Vmax (V)
Pick up
RMS values of the three-phase currents. 725V
Vunbal (%)
5.00s
Undervoltage alarm drops out upon the Drop out
loss of the second phase. 725V
0.20s
NOTE: Do not set undervoltage
protection below 80%. Do not set Down Exit
Vunbal above 20%1.
Enter

Vunbal (%)
Vmin (V)
Off
Vmax (V)
Pick up
Vunbal (%) 30%
40.0s
Drop out
30%
10.0s

Down Exit

Enter Exit

1 For an explanation of system protection behavior, refer to Appendix D

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Other Protection Figure 85 – Check Other Protection

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Amperage rPmax (W) rPmax (W)
protection
Off
Voltage F min (Hz)
protection Pick up
Other F max (Hz) 500kW
protection
5.00s
Load Phase
shedding I rotation Drop out
500kW
Load
shedding P
1.0s

Enter Enter Exit

rPmax (W) Fmin (Hz)


Off
F min (Hz)
Pick up
F max (Hz) 45.0Hz
5.00s
Phase Drop out
rotation
45.0Hz
1.00s

Down Exit

Enter

rPmax (W) Fmax (Hz)


Off
F min (Hz)
Pick up
F max (Hz) 65.0Hz
5.00s
Phase Drop out
rotation
65.0Hz
1.00s

Down Exit

Enter

Phase
rPmax (W) rotation
Off
F min (Hz)
F max (Hz) : A, B, C

Phase
rotation

Down Exit

Enter Exit

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Current Load Shedding Figure 86 – Check Current Load Shedding


ENGLISH

Current load shedding can be configured Amperage Load I


for alarm only. It cannot be used to trip the protection shedding
circuit breaker. Voltage Off
protection Pick up
Other 100% Ir
protection
80% tr
Load
shedding I
Drop out
100% Ir
Load
shedding P
10s

Enter Exit

Power Load Shedding Figure 87 – Check Power Load Shedding

Power load shedding can be configured for Amperage Load P


shedding
alarm only. It cannot be used to trip the protection
Voltage Off
circuit breaker. protection
Pick up
Other
protection 10.00MW
3600s
Load
shedding I Drop out
Load 10.00MW
shedding P 10s

Enter Exit

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Section 5—Trip Unit Replacement MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Section 5— Trip Unit Replacement

ENGLISH
Trip unit replacement must be done by qualified persons, as defined by the
National Electric Code, who are familiar with the installation and maintenance of
power circuit breakers.
Before replacing trip unit, confirm that the circuit breaker is in good working
condition. If the condition of the circuit breaker is unknown, do not proceed. For
assistance in evaluating the condition of the circuit breaker, call Technical Support.
Read this entire section before starting the replacement procedure.
If trip unit being replaced is a MicroLogic 2.0, 3.0 or 5.0 trip unit, order connector
block S33101 and circuit breaker or cradle wiring harness if necessary.

DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
• Failure to follow these instructions for installation, trip test and primary injection
testing may result in the failure of some or all protective function.
• Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe
electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E, CSA Z462, NOM 029-STPS or local
equivalent.
• Replacement/upgrading of a trip unit in the field must be done by qualified
persons, as defined by the National Electric Code, who are familiar with the
installation and maintenance of power circuit breakers.
• Before replacing/upgrading trip unit, confirm that the circuit breaker is in good
working condition. If the condition of the circuit breaker is unknown, do not
proceed. For assistance in evaluating the condition of the circuit breaker, call
Technical Support.
• If the circuit breaker fails to function properly in any manner upon completion
of the trip unit installation, immediately remove the circuit breaker from service
and call Field Services.
• Turn off all power supplying this equipment before working on or inside
equipment. Follow instructions shipped with circuit breaker to disconnect and
reconnect circuit breaker.
• Replace all devices, doors and covers before returning equipment to service.
Failure to follow this instruction will result in death or serious injury.

Required Tools
• Torque-controlled screwdriver, set at 7 in-lbs (0.8 N•m) ± 10% (Lindstrom
torque driver MAL500-2 or equivalent)
• MicroLogic Full-Function Test Kit (part number S33595)

Preparation
Record Switch Settings
Record all trip unit switch and advanced protection settings for later use.
Circuit Breaker Disconnection
Disconnect circuit breaker as directed in the circuit breaker instruction bulletin
shipped with the circuit breaker. The circuit breaker must be completely isolated.

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(For a drawout circuit breaker, place circuit breaker in the disconnected position.
For a fixed-mounted circuit breaker, all voltage sources, including auxiliary power,
must be disconnected.)
ENGLISH

Circuit Breaker Accessory Cover Removal


Remove circuit breaker accessory cover as directed in the Install Accessories
section of the circuit breaker instruction bulletin shipped with the circuit breaker.

Rating Plug Removal Figure 88 – Remove Adjustable Rating Plug

A small Phillips screwdriver is needed to


remove the adjustable rating plug.
5.0 P
5.0 logic
logic 5.0 Micro
Micro logic
Micro

1. Open switch cover (A).


2. Unscrew adjustable rating plug
mounting screw (B).
B C
3. Remove adjustable rating plug (C).
Save for installation in replacement trip
unit.
alarm

long
time tr 8 12
(s) 4 16
Ir .8 .9
.7 2 20
.95
.6 1 24
.98 .5 @ 6 Ir
.5

A
1
.4 x In

Trip Unit Removal Figure 89 – Remove Existing Trip Unit

1. Remove connector block (A) from top


of trip unit, if present. A
2. Loosen two trip unit screws (B). Microlo
gic 5.0

3. Slide out trip unit (C). Microlo


gic 5.0

B
C

Trip Unit Replacement


Battery Installation NOTE: Battery holder with battery is located under the side flap
in the cardboard box the trip unit is shipped in.
If a new trip unit is being installed, install
the trip unit battery. Figure 90 – Install Battery

Install battery holder with battery (A) in trip A


unit, observing the correct polarity as
indicated on the battery compartment.
LITHIUM BATTERY
3.6V - SL - 550/S
SONNENSCHEIN

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Press test/reset button (A). All four indicator Figure 91 – Trip Indicator Lights
lights (B) should light. If they do not light,
B

ENGLISH
check polarity of battery and retest. If A
indicator lights still do not light up when MicroLogic 6.0A

test/reset button is pressed, stop


installation and contact the local sales
office for factory authorized service

Trip Unit Installation


1. Inspect trip unit connector pins and
surfaces. If there is any damage,
misaligned pins, or contamination, stop
installation and contact the local sales
office for factory authorized service.
2. Inspect trip unit mounting base on the Figure 92 – Install Trip Unit
circuit breaker. Clear any debris from
MasterPact NW Circuit Breaker
area and check that all accessory
wiring is properly routed for the trip unit
being installed. If there is any damage
or contamination, stop installation and
contact the local sales office for factory
authorized service.
3. For MasterPact NW circuit breaker
5.0
logic
Micro

only: Manually depress trip unit


interlock (A) and hold it in place during
steps 4–6 below.
4. Align guide rail (B) on bottom of trip unit
with guide rail slot (C) on trip unit
mounting base in circuit breaker and
C
gently slide the trip unit in until it stops.
B
NOTE: The MasterPact NT and NW trip A
unit mounting bases are shock
mounted and therefore can flex slightly.

CAUTION
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
Check installation of trip unit to assure proper connections and seating.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage or
improper circuit breaker tripping.

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5. Align the trip unit so top mounting Figure 93 – Secure Trip Unit
screw (A) aligns with the top threaded
ENGLISH

insert and start the screw by turning the A


screw two full rotations.
6. Use a torque-controlled screwdriver to
gic 5.0
Microlo

Must be seated
drive the bottom screw (B) to 7 in-lbs
(0.8 N•m) ± 10%. The back of the trip
unit must be flush with the trip unit
7 lb-in
mounting base. [0.8 N•m]
7. Use a torque-controlled screwdriver to B
drive the top screw to 7 in-lbs (0.8 N•m)
± 10%. Mounting tab must be flush with
the mounting standoff and sensor plug.
NOTE: The face of the closed switch Must be flush
C
cover must be flush with adjoining
mounting base surfaces. If these Microlo
gic 5.0

surfaces are not flush, stop installation


and contact the local sales office for
factory authorized service.
NOTE: If you are upgrading from a
MicroLogic 2.0, 3.0 or 5.0 trip unit, the
connector block must be ordered
separately (Part Number S33101). See
instructions shipped with the connector
block for installation into circuit breaker.
8. Install connector block (C) into top of trip
unit.
9. Install adjustable rating plug into the trip Figure 94 – Install Adjustable Rating Plug
unit.
a. Open switch cover (A) on new trip 5.0 P
Micro
Logic
5.0

unit.
gic
Micr oLo

b. Inspect mounting area for debris


and contamination. C
B
c. Gently push adjustable rating plug
(B) into new trip unit.
d. Tighten adjustable rating plug
mounting screw (C). The plug will
alarm

long
time tr 8 12
(s) 4 16
Ir .8 .9
.7 2 20
.95
.6 1 24
.98 .5 @ 6 Ir
.5 1

be drawn into position flush with


.4 x In

front face as screw is tightened.


10. Set trip unit switches and advanced
A A
protection settings to values recorded
above or per coordination study results.
11. Close switch cover (A).

Circuit Breaker Accessory Cover Replacement


Replace circuit breaker accessory cover as directed in the Install Accessories
section of the circuit breaker instruction bulletin shipped with the circuit breaker.

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Section 5—Trip Unit Replacement MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Trip Unit Installation Check


Secondary Injection Testing

ENGLISH
Field installation of a trip unit requires secondary injection testing with a Full-
Function Test Kit. This will ensure that the newly-installed trip unit is functioning
properly. The test will require opening and closing the circuit breaker. Follow the
procedures outlined in the instruction bulletins shipped with the circuit breaker and
the Full-Function Test Kit.
1. Make sure the circuit breaker is isolated from all upstream and downstream
devices.
2. Perform secondary injection testing as outlined in the instruction bulletin shipped
with the test kit. Verify that all applicable trip unit functions are operating properly.
3. Repeat step 2 with the circuit breaker in the open position.
NOTE: The test kit states that the circuit breaker should be closed when
performing the test. Do not close the circuit breaker for this step.
4. If any test fails, do not put the circuit breaker into service and contact the local
sales office for factory authorization service.
Primary Injection Testing
Primary injection testing is recommended to ensure that all trip system connections
have been correctly made. Perform primary injection testing per the instructions in
the Field Testing and Maintenance Guide, bulletin 48049-900-xx, where xx is 02 or
higher.
Check Accessory Operation
1. Installed accessories – Validate the proper operation of all installed
accessories. See the corresponding accessory instruction bulletins for
operational testing procedures.
2. Programmable contact module – If circuit breaker has an M2C or M6C
programmable contact module installed, validate its proper operation. See the
corresponding accessory instruction bulletins for operational testing
procedures.
3. Zone selective interlocking – If the circuit breaker is part of a ZSI system, follow
the zone selectiveinterlocking test procedures as outlined in the Full Function
Test Kit instruction bulletin.
4. Communications – If communication modules exist, validate circuit breaker has
re-established communications with the supervisor.

Trip Unit Setup


1. If an auxiliary power supply is being used for the MicroLogic trip unit, reconnect
the auxiliary power supply.
2. Reset the trip unit switches and advanced protection settings to original values,
as recorded at the beginning of this section.

Circuit Breaker Reconnection


Reconnect circuit breaker as directed in the circuit breaker instruction bulletin
shipped with the circuit breaker.

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MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units Section 6—Adjustable Rating Plug Replacement

Section 6— Adjustable Rating Plug Replacement


ENGLISH

NOTE: To select correct replacement rating plug, see the product catalog.
NOTE: Adjustable rating plug must be removed when doing hi-pot testing.
Adjustable rating plug must be installed for voltage measurement. If adjustable
rating plug is removed, the circuit breaker will default to a long-time pickup
rating of 0.4 x sensor size (In) and a long-time delay of whatever setting was
selected before the rating plug was removed.
T

DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
• Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe
electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E, CSA Z462, NOM 029-STPS or local
equivalent.
• This equipment must be installed and serviced only by qualified electrical
personnel.
• Turn off all power supplying this equipment before working on or inside
equipment. Follow instructions shipped with circuit breaker to disconnect and
reconnect circuit breaker.
• Replace all devices, doors and covers before returning equipment to service.
Failure to follow this instruction will result in death or serious injury.

Remove Rating Plug Figure 95 – Remove Adjustable Rating Plug

1. Disconnect circuit breaker as directed


in the circuit breaker instruction bulletin Micro
logic
5.0
Micro
logic
5.0 Micro
logic
5.0 P

shipped with the circuit breaker.


2. Open switch cover (A).
3. Record switch settings in Appendix E
(switch settings and those set with B C
graphic screen, if applicable).
4. Unscrew plug mounting screw (B). Ir
long
.8 .9
time tr
(s) 4
8 12
16
alarm

.7 2 20

5. Remove adjustable rating plug (C).


.95
.6 1 24
.98 .5 @ 6 Ir
.5

A
1
.4 x In

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Section 6—Adjustable Rating Plug Replacement MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Install New Rating Plug Figure 96 – Install New Adjustable Rating Plug

ENGLISH
1. Inspect mounting area for debris and
contamination. Micr oLo
gic 5.0
P

Micro
Logic
5.0

2. Gently push in new rating plug (A).


3. Tighten adjustable rating plug mounting
screw (B). B
4. Set trip unit settings to values recorded A
in Appendix E or per coordination study 7 lb-in
results. long
time tr
(s) 4
8 12
16
alarm
[0.8 N•m]
.8 .9

5. Close switch cover (C).


Ir 2
.7 .95 20
.6 1 24
.98 .5 @ 6 Ir
.5 1
.4 x In

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Section 7— Battery Replacement


ENGLISH

Circuit Breaker Disconnection


Disconnect circuit breaker as directed in the circuit breaker instruction bulletin
shipped with the circuit breaker.

Accessory Cover Removal


Remove circuit breaker accessory cover as directed in the Install Accessories
section of the circuit breaker instruction bulletin shipped with the circuit breaker.

DANGER
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION OR ARC FLASH
• Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe
electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E, CSA Z462, NOM 029-STPS or local
equivalent.
• This equipment must be installed and serviced only by qualified electrical
personnel.
• Turn off all power supplying this equipment before working on or inside
equipment. Follow instructions shipped with circuit breaker to disconnect and
reconnect circuit breaker.
• Replace all devices, doors and covers before returning equipment to service.
Failure to follow this instruction will result in death or serious injury.

Withstand Module Shifting Figure 97 – Shift Withstand Module

NOTE: R-frame and NS1600b–


NS3200 circuit breakers only.
Loosen screws (A) securing withstand
module (B). Swing module to side to
access trip unit battery cover. Do not A
remove withstand module connector.

Battery Replacement Figure 98 – Remove Battery Cover

1. Insert small screwdriver blade into


battery housing cover notch and rotate
to slide battery housing cover (A) out of
trip unit.
BATTERY
LITHIUM BATTERY
550/S
SL -- 550/S
SONNENSCHEIN
SONNENSCHEIN
LITHIUM
3.6V -- SL
3.6V

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Section 7—Battery Replacement MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

2. Remove battery (A). Figure 99 – Replace Battery


3. Insert new battery (B). Make sure that

ENGLISH
the polarity is correct.

LITHIUM BATTERY
LITHIUM BATTERY
4. Replace battery housing cover (C).

3.6V - SL - 550/S
SONNENSCHEIN
3.6V - SL - 550/S
SONNENSCHEIN

LITHIUM BATTERY
3.6V - SL - 550/S
SONNENSCHEIN
A B
C

Withstand Module Figure 100 –Replace Withstand Module

Replacement
NOTE: R-frame and NS1600b–
NS3200 circuit breakers only.
Replace withstand module (A). Tighten
screws (B) securing withstand module. B
5 lb-in
[0.6 N•m]

Accessory Cover Replacement


Replace circuit breaker accessory cover as directed in the Install Accessories
section of the circuit breaker instruction bulletin shipped with the circuit breaker.

Circuit Breaker Reconnection


Reconnect circuit breaker as directed in the circuit breaker instruction bulletin
shipped with the circuit breaker.

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MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units Appendix A—Graphic Display Flowcharts

Appendix A—Graphic Display Flowcharts


ENGLISH

Metering Menu Flowchart


I (A)

V (V)

P (kW)

E (kWh)

F (Hz)

I (A) V (V) P (kW) E (kWh) F (Hz)

Instant. Instant. Instant. E total 60.0

Ia, Ib, Ic, In Vab = 429 V P, Q, S E. P (kWh)


Vbc = 430 V 155
Ia= 356 A Vca = 399 V
P (kw) E. Q (kvarh)
Ib= 147 A Van = 246 V 27 513
Ic= 158 A Vbn = 241 V Q (kVAR) E. S (kVAh)
In= 0A Vcn = 242 V 83 545
I = 212 A S (kVA)
Average 3 E in
86
Max
419 V Power
E. P (kWh)
factor
Ia = 359 A 155
Unbal 3
Ib = 153 A -0.29 E. Q (kvarh)
Ic = 188 A 514
In = 0A
-4% Demand
I = 214 A E out
Phase
P, Q, S
Reset (- / +) rotation
E. P (kWh)
P (kw) 0
Demand : A,C,B 25
E. Q (kvarh)
Q (kVAR) 0
Ia, Ib, Ic, In
77
15 min S (kVA) Reset
83 energy
Ia = 351 A
Ib = 145 A Are you sure?
Max
Ic = 156 A
In = 84 A No
P (kw)
26
Max Yes
Q (kVAR)
15 min 81
Ia = 357 A S (kVA)
Ib = 148 A 86
Ic = 155 A Reset (- / +)
In = 0A

Reset (- / +)

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Appendix A—Graphic Display Flowcharts MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Maintenance Menu Flowchart

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06134793
History
Logs
Contacts
M2C / M6C
Micrologic
setup
Metering
setup

Com.
setup

Contacts MicroLogic Metering Com.


History logs setup setup setup
M2C / M6C

Trip history Alarm Type Language System type Com. parameters

Ii S1 Deutsch choose type Address


English US
date Choose type English UK Current demand Baud rate
Ii 7200 A Espanol
Ia = S2 Francais Calculation Parity
0A
Ib = method
0A
Ic = 0A Choose type Date / time Remote access
In = 0A Window type
Repeat for all contacts Date Access permit
Vmin 01 / 02 / 2000 Interval
Setup Time Access code
Date 06:12:35pm Power demand
12:03:33 am S1
V min 100 V Remote control
Breaker Calculation
Repeat for all history Choose mode selection method

Alarm history Standard Window type


S2

I Circuit breaker Interval


Choose mode
date Repeat for all contacts Type Sign
I 7200 A convention
Ia = 0 A Reset Circuit breaker
Number Choose sign
Ib = 0 A convention
Ic = 0A S1
In = 0 A Power sign
S2

Vmin Reset (- / +) Choose current


flow direction
Date
12:03:33 am
V min 100 V VT ratio

Repeat for all history Primary


Operation
counter Secondary

Contact wear System


frequency

Choose frequency

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Protection Menu Flowchart


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Amperage
protection
Voltage
protection
Other
protection
Load
shedding I
Load
shedding P

Amperage
protection
Voltage
protection
Other
protection
Load
shedding I Load
shedding P
I (A) Vmin (V) rPmax (W) Mode Mode
(on/off) (on/off)
Mode Mode
Idmtl (A) (trip/alarm/off) Pickup Pickup
(trip/alarm/off)

I (A) Pickup Pickup Dropout Dropout

Ineutral (A) Dropout Dropout

Alarm Vmax (V) Fmin (Hz)


I
Mode Mode
Iunbal (%) (trip/alarm/off) (trip/alarm/off)

Iamax (A) Pickup Pickup

Dropout Dropout
Ibmax (A)

Vunbal (%) Fmax (Hz)


Icmax (A)
Mode Mode
Inmax (A) (trip/alarm/off) (trip/alarm/off)

Pickup Pickup

Dropout Dropout

Phase
rotation

Mode
(alarm/off)

Phase order

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Appendix B—Default Settings and Tolerances MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Appendix B—Default Settings and Tolerances

ENGLISH
Default Settings
Table 11 – Default Settings—Switches

Description Symbol Default Value


Long-time pickup Ir Maximum
Long-time delay tr Minimum
Short-time pickup Isd Minimum
Short-time delay tsd Minimum
Ground-fault pickup Ig Minimum
Ground-fault delay tg Minimum
Instantaneous Ii Minimum

Table 12 – Default Settings—Maintenance

Submenu Description Line Item Default Value Setting Range


Alarm type S# Not selected Not selected, Isd, Ir, Iunbal (SeeTable 9)
M2C/M6C contacts Latching contact, time delay, non-latching
Setup S# Latching
contact, Locked 0, Locked 1
Deutsch, English US, English UK, Espanol,
Language English US
Francais
Date/Time
Standard NA Not def, ANSI, IEC, UL, IEC/GB
Circuit breaker NA
Breaker selection
MicroLogic setup Type NA
Circuit breaker number 0000 0000–FFFF
Power sign P+ P+, P-
Primary 690 000–690
VT ratio
Secondary 690 000–690
System frequency 50-60 Hz 50-60 Hz, 400 Hz
System type 3 4 w 4 CT 3 4w 4CT, 3 4w 3CT, 3 3w 3CT
Current demand Interval 15 min. 5–60 min
Metering setup Window type Sliding Sliding, block
Power demand
Interval 15 min. 5–60 min
Sign convention IEEE IEEE, IEEE alt, IEC
Com parameter
Com setup Remote access No Yes, no
Remote control Auto Auto, manual

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Table 13 – Default Settings—Protection

Submenu Description Symbol Line Item Default Value Setting Range Tolerance
ENGLISH

Long-time pickup Ir Maximum ±10%


Long-time delay tr Minimum -20%, +0%
Short-time pickup Isd Minimum ±10%
Short-time delay tsd Minimum
Instantaneous Ii Minimum ±10%
Ground-fault alarm (5.0P trip
I No protection
unit)
Mode Trip Trip
In  400 A: 30%–100% In
Ground-fault (6.0P trip unit) I Pickup Switch setting 400 < In  1200 A: 20%–100% In ±10%
1200 A < In: 500 A–1200 A
Pickup delay Switch setting 1–40 sec. -20%, +0%
Neutral current Ineutral Off Off, N/2, N, 1.6N
Mode Off Alarm, off
Pickup 1200 A 20 x In–1200 A ±15%
Ground-fault alarm I alarm Pickup delay 10.0 sec. 1.0–10.0 sec. -20%, +0%
Dropout 1200 A 20 A–pickup ±15%
Dropout delay 1.0 sec. 1.0–10.0 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup % 60% 5–60% -10%, +0%
Current unbalance Iunbal Pickup delay 40 sec. 1–40 sec. -20%, +0%
Amperage Dropout % Iunbal pickup % 5%–pickup % -10%, +0%
protection Dropout delay 10 sec. 10–360 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup In 0.2 x In– In ±6.6%
Max. phase A demand
Iamax Pickup delay 1500 sec. 15–1500 sec. -20%, +0%
current
Dropout Iamax pickup 0.2 x In–pickup ±6.6%
Dropout delay 15 sec. 15–3000 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup In 0.2 x In–In ±6.6%
Max. phase B demand
Ibmax Pickup delay 1500 sec. 15–1500 sec. -20%, +0%
current
Dropout Ibmax Pickup 0.2 x In–pickup ±6.6%
Dropout delay 15 sec. 15–3000 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup In 0.2 x In–In ±6.6%
Max. phase C demand
Icmax Pickup delay 1500 sec. 15–1500 sec. -20%, +0%
current
Dropout Icmax pickup 0.2 x In–pickup ±6.6%
Dropout delay 15 sec. 15–3000 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup In 0.2 x In–In ±6.6%
Max. neutral demand current Inmax Pickup delay 1500 sec. 15–1500 sec. -20%, +0%
Dropout Inmax pickup 0.2 x In–pickup ±6.6%
Dropout delay 15 sec. 15–3000 sec. -20%, +0%
Continued on next page

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Appendix B—Default Settings and Tolerances MicroLogic 5.0P and 6.0P Electronic Trip Units

Table 13 – Default Settings—Protection (continued)

Submenu Description Symbol Line Item Default Value Setting Range Tolerance

ENGLISH
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup 100 V 100 V–Vmax pickup -5%, +0%
Minimum (under) voltage Vmin Pickup delay 5 sec. 1.2–5 sec. -0%, +20%
Dropout Vmin pickup Vmin pickup–1200 A -5%, +0%
Dropout delay 1.2 sec. 1.2–36 sec. -0%, +20%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup 725 V Vmin–1200 A -0%, +5%
Voltage
Maximum (over) voltage Vmax Pickup delay 5 sec. 1.2–5 sec. -0%, +20%
protection
Dropout Vmax pickup 100–Vmax pickup -0%, +5%
Dropout delay 1.2 sec. 1.2–36 sec. -0%, +20%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup 20% 2–20%1 -10%, +0%
Voltage unbalance Vunbal Pickup delay 40 sec. 1–40 sec. -20%, +0%
Dropout Vunbal pickup 2%–Vunbal pickup -10%, +0%
Dropout delay 10 sec. 10–360 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup 500 kW 5–500kW ± 2.5%
Reverse power rP Pickup delay 20 sec. 0.2–20 sec. -0%, +20%
Dropout rP pickup 5kW–rP pickup ± 2.5%
Dropout delay 1 sec. 1–360 sec. -0%, +20%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup 45 Hz 45 Hz–Fmax pickup ± 0.5 Hz
Other
Minimum (under) frequency Fmin Pickup delay 5 sec. 0.2–5 sec. -0%, +20%
protection
Dropout Fmin pickup Fmin Pickup–440 Hz ± 0.5 Hz
Dropout delay 1 sec. 1–36 sec. -0%, +20%
Mode Off Alarm, trip, off
Pickup 65 Hz Fmin Pickup–440 Hz ± 0.5 Hz
Maximum (over) frequency Fmax Pickup delay 5 sec. 0.2–5 sec. -0%, +20%
Dropout Fmax pickup 45 Hz–Fmax pickup ± 0.5 Hz
Dropout delay 1 sec. 1–36 sec. -0%, +20%
Phase A, phase Phase A, phase B, phase C
Sequence C, phase B direction or phase A, phase C,
Phase rotation Phase rotation — direction phase B direction
Mode Off Off, alarm
Mode Off Off, on
Pickup % 100% Ir 50% Ir–100% Ir ±6%
Pickup delay
Load shedding 80% tr 20–80% tr -20%, +0%
Load shedding I — %
I
Load shedding I
Dropout % 30%–Load shedding I pickup % ±6%
pickup
Dropout delay 10 sec. 10–600 sec. -20%, +0%
Mode Off Off, On
Pickup 10,000 kW 200–10,000 kW ± 2.5%
Load shedding Pickup delay 3600 sec. 10–3600 sec. -20%, +0%
Load shedding P —
P Load shedding P 100 kW–Load shedding P pickup
Dropout ± 2.5%
pickup %
Dropout delay 10 sec. 10–3600 sec. -20%, +0%
1 Do not adjust above 20%

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Metering Range and Accuracy


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Table 14 – Metering Range and Accuracy

Item Description Symbol Range Tolerance


Instantaneous current in A phase Ia 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Instantaneous current in B phase Ib 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Instantaneous current in C phase Ic 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Instantaneous current in neutral In 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Instantaneous Instantaneous current in ground I 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Current Max. instantaneous current in A phase Iamax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. instantaneous current in B phase Ibmax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. instantaneous current in C phase Icmax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. instantaneous current in neutral Inmax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. instantaneous current in ground I max 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Demand current in A phase Ia 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Demand current in B phase Ib 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Demand current in C phase Ic 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Demand Demand current in neutral In 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Current Max. demand current in A phase Iamax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. demand current in B phase Ibmax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. demand current in C phase Icmax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Max. demand current in neutral Inmax 0–32 kA ±1.5%
Phase-to-phase instantaneous voltage between A and B phase Vab 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Phase-to-phase instantaneous voltage between B and C phase Vbc 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Phase-to-phase instantaneous voltage between C and A phase Vca 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Phase-to-phase instantaneous voltage between A and neutral phase Van 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Voltage
Phase-to-phase instantaneous voltage between B and neutral phase Vbn 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Phase-to-phase instantaneous voltage between C and neutral phase Vcn 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Average phase-to-phase voltage V avg 3 0–1200 V ±0.5%
Voltage unbalance V unbal 3 0–100 V ±0.5%
Instantaneous active power P 0–32 MW ±2%
Instantaneous
Instantaneous reactive power Q 0–32 Mvar ±2%
Power
Instantaneous apparent power S 0–32 MVA ±2%
Power Factor Power factor PF -1–1 ±0.01%
Active demand power P 0–32 MW ±2%
Reactive demand power Q 0–32 Mvar ±2%
Demand Apparent demand power S 0–32 MVA ±2%
Power Max. active demand power since last reset Pmax 0–32 MW ±2%
Max. reactive demand power since last reset Qmax 0–32 Mvar ±2%
Max. apparent demand power since last reset Smax 0–32 MVA ±2%
Total active power E. P -1010–1010 Kwh ±2%
Energy Total Total reactive power E. Q -1010–1010 Kvarh ±2%
Total apparent power E. S -1010–1010 KVAh ±2%
Total active power in E. P -1010 –1010 Kwh ±2%
Energy In
Total reactive power in E. Q -1010–1010 Kvarh ±2%
Total active power out E. P -1010–1010 Kwh ±2%
Energy Out
Total reactive power out E. Q -1010–1010 Kvarh ±2%
Frequency System frequency F 45–440 Hz ±0.1 Hz

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Remotely Readable Values
The communication option can be used to remotely access the MicroLogic trip unit,
using System Manager Software (SMS) (version 3.3 or later) or other network
system management software. See the product catalog for more information on the
SMS software.
Table 15 – Remotely Readable Values

Item Description Symbol


Instantaneous current in A phase Ia
Instantaneous current in B phase Ib
Instantaneous current in C phase Ic
Instantaneous current in neutral In
Instantaneous current in ground I
Average instantaneous current in A phase Iaavg
Average instantaneous current in B phase Ibavg
Average instantaneous current in C phase Icavg
Average instantaneous current in neutral Inavg
Average instantaneous current in ground I avg
Maximum instantaneous current in A phase Iamax
Maximum instantaneous current in B phase Ibmax
Current Maximum instantaneous current in C phase Icmax
Maximum instantaneous current in neutral Inmax
Maximum instantaneous current in ground I max
Instantaneous current unbalance in A phase Iaunbal
Instantaneous current unbalance in B phase Ibunbal
Instantaneous current unbalance in C phase Icunbal
Instantaneous current unbalance in neutral Inunbal
Instantaneous current unbalance in ground I unbal
Max. instantaneous current unbalance in A phase Iaunbal max
Max. instantaneous current unbalance in B phase Ibunbal max
Max. instantaneous current unbalance in C phase Icunbal max
Max. instantaneous current unbalance in neutral Inunbal max
Max. instantaneous current unbalance in ground I unbalmax
Demand current in A phase Ia
Demand current in B phase Ib
Demand current in C phase Ic
Demand current in neutral In
Max. demand current since last reset in A phase Iamax
Max. demand current since last reset in B phase Ibmax
Demand
Max. demand current since last reset in C phase Icmax
Currents
Max. demand current since last reset in neutral Inmax
Recommended demand current in A phase
Recommended demand current in B phase
Recommended demand current in C phase
Recommended demand current in neutral
Time stamping of demand current max.
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Table 15 – Remotely Readable Values (continued)

Item Description Symbol


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Instantaneous voltage between A and B phase V inst Vab


Instantaneous voltage between B and C phase V inst Vbc
Instantaneous voltage between C and A phase V inst Vca
Instantaneous voltage between A and neutral phase V inst Van
Instantaneous voltage between B and neutral phase V inst Vbn
Instantaneous voltage between C and neutral phase V inst Vcn
Average phase-to-phase voltage between A and B phase V avg Vab
Average phase-to-phase voltage between B and C phase V avg Vbc
Average phase-to-phase voltage between C and A phase V avg Vca
Average phase-to-phase voltage between A phase and neutral V avg Van
Average phase-to-phase voltage between B phase and neutral V avg Vbn
Average phase-to-phase voltage between C phase and neutral V avg Vcn
Voltage
Voltage unbalance between Vab and mean V unbal Vab
Voltage unbalance between Vbc and mean V unbal Vbc
Voltage unbalance between Vca and mean V unbal Vca
Voltage unbalance between Van and mean V unbal Van
Voltage unbalance between Vbn and mean V unbal Vbn
Voltage unbalance between Vcn and mean V unbal Vcn
Max. voltage unbalance between Vab and mean
Max. voltage unbalance between Vbc and mean
Max. voltage unbalance between Vca and mean
Max. voltage unbalance between Van and mean
Max. voltage unbalance between Vbn and mean
Max. voltage unbalance between Vcn and mean
Active Power Instantaneous active power per phase P
Active demand power P
Reactive demand power Q
Apparent demand power S
Max. active demand power since last reset Pmax
Demand Max. reactive demand power since last reset Qmax
Power Max. apparent demand power since last reset Smax
Max. predicted active demand power
Max. predicted reactive demand power
Max. predicted apparent demand power
Time stamping of demand power max.
Total active energy E
Energy Active energy in
Active energy out
Fault type
Fault values
Interrupted current values
Frequency System frequency F
Interval between last update of real-time values and the current table
Update dates
Update date of demand currents, demand power and energy
Trip history
History Alarm history
Event history
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Item Description Symbol

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Contact wear
Operation counter since last reset
Counters
Date/time of last operation counter reset
Operation counter total (lifetime)
Setting of date and time
Password
Trip unit ID code
Trip unit ID name
Measurement calculation algorithm
Sign convention
Total-energy measurement mode
Scale factors
Setup
Demand-current calculation window interval
Power quality indication
Demand-power calculation mode
Demand-power calculation window interval
Battery-charge indication
Programmable contact assignments
Programmable contact setup
Waveform capture
Circuit breaker rated current
Type of neutral protection
Long-time protection settings
Short-time protection settings
Instantanaeous protection settings
Protection Ground-fault protection settings
Current-unbalance protection settings
I alarm settings
Maximum-current protection settings
Voltage protection settings
Other protective functions settings

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List of Registers
The quantities are listed in alphabetical order according to the SMS topic name.
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NOTE: A system scan rate of 500 ms or greater is recommended to minimize


communications timeout issues.
To access available registers, the following address scheme applies

Module Module Name Equation Address Range


BCM Circuit Breaker Communication Module — 1–47
CCM Cradle Communication Module BCM + 50 51–97
PM Protection Module (Internal to trip unit) BCM + 100 101–147
MM Meter Module (Internal to trip unit) BCM + 200 201–247

Table 16 – List of Registers

SMS Topic Number of Register Module


User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

810D_LDPU Breaker LDPU in Progress 1 8862 PM Scaling N/A


Bit 0; ON = closed; OFF =
810DBrkrStatus Breaker Status 1 661 BCM
open
Bit 2; ON = tripped; OFF = not
810DBrkrTripStat Breaker Trip Unit Status 1 661 BCM
tripped
BCM_SN BCM Serial Number 4 516 BCM ASCII text
Bit 8 = disconnected
BkrPos Breaker Position 1 661 CCM Bit 9 = connected
Bit 10 = test position
No
CFVAB Crest Factor Voltage A-B 1 1119 MM Hundredths
Units
No
CFVAN Crest Factor Voltage A-N 1 1122 MM Hundredths
Units
No
CFVBC Crest Factor Voltage B-C 1 1120 MM Hundredths
Units
No
CFVBN Crest Factor Voltage B-N 1 1123 MM Hundredths
Units
No
CFVCA Crest Factor Voltage C-A 1 1121 MM Hundredths
Units
No
CFVCN Crest Factor Voltage C-N 1 1124 MM Hundredths
Units
DT_3Regs Device Clock Date/Time 4 679 BCM 3-register date/time format2
DTLastTrip D/T of Last Trip 3 693 BCM 3-register date/time format2
DTPkIAD D/T Peak Demand Current A 3 3005 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTPkIBD D/T Peak Demand Current B 3 3008 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTPkICD D/T Peak Demand Current C 3 3011 MM 3-register date/time format2
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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SMS Topic Number of Register Module

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User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

DTPkIND D/T Peak Demand Current N 3 3014 MM 3-register date/time format2


No
DTPkKFDA D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak A 3 3041 MM 3-register date/time format2
Units
No
DTPkKFDB D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak B 3 3044 MM 3-register date/time format2
Units
No
DTPkKFDC D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak C 3 3047 MM 3-register date/time format2
Units
No
DTPkKFDN D/T K-Factor Dmd Peak N 3 3050 MM 3-register date/time format2
Units
DTPkkVAD D/T Peak Demand Apparent Power 3 3023 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTPkkVARD D/T Peak Demand Reactive Power 3 3020 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTPkkWD D/T Peak Demand Active Power 3 3017 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTResetEnergy D/T Last Reset Accum. Energies 3 3038 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTResetMinMax D/T Last Reset Min/Max 3 3032 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTResetPkID D/T Last Reset Peak Dmd Currents 3 3026 MM 3-register date/time format2
DTResetPkkWD D/T Last Reset Peak Dmd Power 3 3029 MM 3-register date/time format2
Bit 2; ON = enabled, OFF = not
EnableCloseBkr Remote Closing Enabled 1 669 BCM
enabled
Bit 1; ON = enabled; OFF = not
EnableOpenBkr Remote Opening Enabled 1 669 BCM
enabled
Bit 3; ON = auto (enabled);
EnableRemCtrl Remote Control Enabled 1 669 BCM
OFF = manual (not enabled)
fkVAA Fundamental Apparent Power A 1 1084 MM kVA Scale E
fkVAB Fundamental Apparent Power B 1 1085 MM kVA Scale E
fkVAC Fundamental Apparent Power C 1 1086 MM kVA Scale E
fkVATtl Fundamental Apparent Power Total 1 1087 MM kVA Scale E
fVAngA Fundamental Voltage Ang A-B/A-N 1 1133 MM Deg Tenths
fVAngB Fundamental Voltage Ang B-C/B-N 1 1134 MM Deg Tenths
fVAngC Fundamental Voltage Ang C-A/C-N 1 1135 MM Deg Tenths
Bit 0; ON = active; OFF =
GFAlarmStatus GF Alarm Status 1 8860 PM
inactive
Bit 0; ON = active; OFF =
GFPreAlarmStatus GF Alarm Pre-Alarm Status 1 8864 PM
inactive
Hz Frequency 1 1054 MM Hz Scale F
IA Current A 1 1016 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
IA_PCT Current A % Load 1 8837 PM % Unity
IAD Demand Current A 1 2200 MM A Scale A
IAppA Current Apparent A 1 1023 MM A Scale A
IAppB Current Apparent B 1 1024 MM A Scale A
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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SMS Topic Number of Register Module


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User Description Units1 Scale1


Name Registers 1 1 1

IAppC Current Apparent C 1 1025 MM A Scale A


IAppN Current Apparent N 1 1026 MM A Scale B
IAvg Current Avg 1 1027 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
IB Current B 1 1017 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
IB_PCT Current B % Load 1 8838 PM % Unity
IBD Demand Current B 1 2201 MM A Scale A
IC Current C 1 1018 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
IC_PCT Current C % Load 1 8839 PM % Unity
ICD Demand Current C 1 2202 MM A Scale A
Current Demand at Peak K-Factor
IDatPkKFD_A 1 2270 MM A Scale A
Demand A
Current Demand at Peak K-Factor
IDatPkKFD_B 1 2271 MM A Scale A
Demand B
Current Demand at Peak K-Factor
IDatPkKFD_C 1 2272 MM A Scale A
Demand C
Current Demand at Peak K-Factor
IDatPkKFD_N 1 2273 MM A Scale B
Demand N
IG Current G 1 1021 MM A Scale C
IG_PCT Current G % Load 1 8841 PM % Unity
IG_PCT_VIGI Current G (VIGI) % Load 1 8842 PM % Hundredths
IG_VIGI Current G (VIGI) 1 8826 PM A Thousandths
IMax Current Max Present 1 1020 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
IN Current N 1 1019 MM A Scale B - Neutral Current
IN_PCT Current N % Load 1 8840 PM % Unity
IND Demand Current N 1 2203 MM A Scale B
IUnbalA Current Unbalance A 1 1028 MM % Tenths
Bit 0; ON = active; OFF =
IUnbalAlrm Current Unbalance Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
IUnbalB Current Unbalance B 1 1029 MM % Tenths
IUnbalC Current Unbalance C 1 1030 MM % Tenths
Bit 0; ON = active, OFF =
IUnbalPreAlrm Current Unbalance Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
IUnbalW Current Unbalance Worst 1 1032 MM % Tenths
K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand No
KFDatPkID_A 1 2254 MM Tenths
Current A Units
K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand No
KFDatPkID_B 1 2255 MM Tenths
Current B Units
K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand No
KFDatPkID_C 1 2256 MM Tenths
Current C Units
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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Table 16 – List of Registers (continued)

SMS Topic Number of Register Module

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User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

K-Factor Demand at Peak Demand No


KFDatPkID_N 1 2257 MM Tenths
Current N Units
No
KFDN K-Factor Demand N 1 2215 MM Tenths
Units
No
KFN K-Factor N 1 1118 MM Tenths
Units
kVAA Apparent Power A 1 1042 MM kVA Scale E
kVAB Apparent Power B 1 1043 MM kVA Scale E
kVAC Apparent Power C 1 1044 MM kVA Scale E
kVAD Demand Apparent Power 1 2236 MM kVA Scale D
kVAD_PkkVARD KVA Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVAR Dmd 1 2235 MM kVA Scale D
kVAD_PkkWD KVA Dmd Coincident w/Peak KW Dmd 1 2229 MM kVA Scale D
kVAHr Apparent Energy 4 2024 MM kVAH Unity
kVARA Reactive Power A 1 1038 MM kVAR Scale E
kVARB Reactive Power B 1 1039 MM kVAR Scale E
kVARC Reactive Power C 1 1040 MM kVAR Scale E
kVARD Demand Reactive Power 1 2230 MM kVAR Scale D
kVARD_PkkVAD KVAR Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVA Dmd 1 2241 MM kVAR Scale D
kVARD_PkkWD KVAR Dmd Coincident w/Peak KW Dmd 1 2228 MM kVAR Scale D
kVARHr Reactive Energy 4 2004 MM kVARH Unity
kVARHr_I Reactive Energy Into the Load 4 2016 MM kVARH Unity
kVARHr_O Reactive Energy Out of the Load 4 2020 MM kVARH Unity
kVARTtl Reactive Power Total 1 1041 MM kVAR Scale E
kVATtl Apparent Power Total 1 1045 MM kVA Scale E
kWA Active Power A 1 1034 MM kW Scale E
kWB Active Power B 1 1035 MM kW Scale E
kWC Active Power C 1 1036 MM kW Scale E
kWD Demand Active Power 1 2224 MM kW Scale D
kWD_PkkVAD KW Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVA Dmd 1 2240 MM kW Scale D
kWD_PkkVARD KW Dmd Coincident w/Peak KVAR Dmd 1 2234 MM kW Scale D
kWHr Real Energy 4 2000 MM kWH Unity
kWHr_I Real Energy Into the Load 4 2008 MM kWH Unity
kWHr_O Real Energy Out of the Load 4 2012 MM kWH Unity
kWTtl Active Power Total 1 1037 MM kW Scale E
LDPUValue Long Delay Pickup Value 2 8756 PM A Unity
Bit 13; ON = active; OFF =
LSCurrAlrm Load Shed Current Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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SMS Topic Number of Register Module


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User Description Units1 Scale1


Name Registers 1 1 1

Bit 13; ON = active; OFF =


LSCurrPreAlrm Load Shed Current Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 14; ON = active; OFF =
LSPwrAlrm Load Shed Power Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 14; ON = active; OFF =
LSPwrPreAlrm Load Shed Power Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
M2C_M6CR1Status Relay Module R1 Status 1 8857 PM Bit 0; ON = on; OFF = off
M2C_M6CR2Status Relay Module R2 Status 1 8857 PM Bit 1; ON = on; OFF = off
M2C_M6CR3Status Relay Module R3 Status 1 8857 PM Bit 2; ON = on; OFF = off
M2C_M6CR4Status Relay Module R4 Status 1 8857 PM Bit 3; ON = on; OFF = off
M2C_M6CR5Status Relay Module R5 Status 1 8857 PM Bit 4; ON = on; OFF = off
M2C_M6CR6Status Relay Module R6 Status 1 8857 PM Bit 5; ON = on; OFF = off
No
MaxCFVAB Maximum Crest Factor Voltage A-B 1 1719 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MaxCFVAN Maximum Crest Factor Voltage A-N 1 1722 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MaxCFVBC Maximum Crest Factor Voltage B-C 1 1720 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MaxCFVBN Maximum Crest Factor Voltage B-N 1 1723 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MaxCFVCA Maximum Crest Factor Voltage C-A 1 1721 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MaxCFVCN Maximum Crest Factor Voltage C-N 1 1724 MM Hundredths
Units
Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power
MaxfkVAA 1 1684 MM kVA Scale E
A
Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power
MaxfkVAB 1 1685 MM kVA Scale E
B
Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power
MaxfkVAC 1 1686 MM kVA Scale E
C
Maximum Fundamental Apparent Power
MaxfkVATtl 1 1687 MM kVA Scale E
Total
MaxfVMagAB Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-B 1 1656 MM V Scale D
MaxfVMagAN Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-N 1 1659 MM V Scale D
MaxfVMagBC Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-C 1 1657 MM V Scale D
MaxfVMagBN Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-N 1 1660 MM V Scale D
MaxfVMagCA Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-A 1 1658 MM V Scale D
MaxfVMagCN Maximum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-N 1 1661 MM V Scale D
MaxHz Max Frequency 1 1654 MM Hz Scale F
MaxIA Max Current A 1 1616 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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Table 16 – List of Registers (continued)

SMS Topic Number of Register Module

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User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

MaxIAppA Maximum Current Apparent A 1 1623 MM A Scale A


MaxIAppB Maximum Current Apparent B 1 1624 MM A Scale A
MaxIAppC Maximum Current Apparent C 1 1625 MM A Scale A
MaxIAppN Maximum Current Apparent N 1 1626 MM A Scale B
MaxIAvg Max Current Avg 1 1627 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
MaxIB Max Current B 1 1617 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
MaxIC Max Current C 1 1618 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
MaxIG Max Current G 1 1621 MM A Scale C
MaxIG_VIGI Max Current G (VIGI) 1 8832 PM A Thousandths
MaxIN Max Current N 1 1619 MM A Scale B - Neutral Current
MaxIUnbalA Max Current Unbalance A 1 1628 MM % Tenths
MaxIUnbalB Max Current Unbalance B 1 1629 MM % Tenths
MaxIUnbalC Max Current Unbalance C 1 1630 MM % Tenths
MaxIUnbalW Max Current Unbalance Worst 1 1632 MM % Tenths
No
MaxKFN Maximum K-Factor N 1 1718 MM Tenths
Units
MaxkVAA Max Apparent Power A 1 1642 MM kVA Scale E
MaxkVAB Max Apparent Power B 1 1643 MM kVA Scale E
MaxkVAC Max Apparent Power C 1 1644 MM kVA Scale E
MaxkVARA Max Reactive Power A 1 1638 MM kVAR Scale E
MaxkVARB Max Reactive Power B 1 1639 MM kVAR Scale E
MaxkVARC Max Reactive Power C 1 1640 MM kVAR Scale E
MaxkVARTtl Max Reactive Power Total 1 1641 MM kVAR Scale E
MaxkVATtl Max Apparent Power Total 1 1645 MM kVA Scale E
MaxkWA Max Active Power A 1 1634 MM kW Scale E
MaxkWB Max Active Power B 1 1635 MM kW Scale E
MaxkWC Max Active Power C 1 1636 MM kW Scale E
MaxkWTtl Max Active Power Total 1 1637 MM kW Scale E
MaxPFA Max Power Factor A 3 1646 MM PF format3
MaxPFB Max Power Factor B 3 1647 MM PF format3
MaxPFC Max Power Factor C 3 1648 MM PF format3
MaxPFTtl Max Power Factor Total 3 1649 MM PF format3
MaxVAB Max Voltage A-B 1 1600 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MaxVAN Max Voltage A-N 1 1603 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MaxVBC Max Voltage B-C 1 1601 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MaxVBN Max Voltage B-N 1 1604 MM V Scale D - Voltage
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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SMS Topic Number of Register Module


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User Description Units1 Scale1


Name Registers 1 1 1

MaxVCA Max Voltage C-A 1 1602 MM V Scale D - Voltage


MaxVCN Max Voltage C-N 1 1605 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MaxVLLAvg Max Voltage L-L Avg 1 1606 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MaxVLNAvg Max Voltage L-N Avg 1 1607 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MaxVUnbalAB Max Voltage Unbalance A-B 1 1608 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalAN Max Voltage Unbalance A-N 1 1611 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalBC Max Voltage Unbalance B-C 1 1609 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalBN Max Voltage Unbalance B-N 1 1612 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalCA Max Voltage Unbalance C-A 1 1610 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalCN Max Voltage Unbalance C-N 1 1613 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalLLW Max Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst 1 1614 MM % Tenths
MaxVUnbalLNW Max Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst 1 1615 MM % Tenths
No
MinCFVAB Minimum Crest Factor Voltage A-B 1 1419 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MinCFVAN Minimum Crest Factor Voltage A-N 1 1422 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MinCFVBC Minimum Crest Factor Voltage B-C 1 1420 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MinCFVBN Minimum Crest Factor Voltage B-N 1 1423 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MinCFVCA Minimum Crest Factor Voltage C-A 1 1421 MM Hundredths
Units
No
MinCFVCN Minimum Crest Factor Voltage C-N 1 1424 MM Hundredths
Units
Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power
MinfkVAA 1 1384 MM kVA Scale E
A
Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power
MinfkVAB 1 1385 MM kVA Scale E
B
Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power
MinfkVAC 1 1386 MM kVA Scale E
C
Minimum Fundamental Apparent Power
MinfkVATtl 1 1387 MM kVA Scale E
Total
MinfVMagAB Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-B 1 1356 MM V Scale D
MinfVMagAN Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag A-N 1 1359 MM V Scale D
MinfVMagBC Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-C 1 1357 MM V Scale D
MinfVMagBN Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag B-N 1 1360 MM V Scale D
MinfVMagCA Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-A 1 1358 MM V Scale D
MinfVMagCN Minimum Fundamental Voltage Mag C-N 1 1361 MM V Scale D
MinHz Min Frequency 1 1354 MM Hz Scale F
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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Table 16 – List of Registers (continued)

SMS Topic Number of Register Module

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User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

MinIA Min Current A 1 1316 MM A Scale A - Phase Current


MinIAppA Minimum Current Apparent A 1 1323 MM A Scale A
MinIAppB Minimum Current Apparent B 1 1324 MM A Scale A
MinIAppC Minimum Current Apparent C 1 1325 MM A Scale A
MinIAppN Minimum Current Apparent N 1 1326 MM A Scale B
MinIAvg Min Current Avg 1 1327 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
MinIB Min Current B 1 1317 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
MinIC Min Current C 1 1318 MM A Scale A - Phase Current
MinIN Min Current N 1 1319 MM A Scale B - Neutral Current
MinIUnbalA Min Current Unbalance A 1 1328 MM % Tenths
MinIUnbalB Min Current Unbalance B 1 1329 MM % Tenths
MinIUnbalC Min Current Unbalance C 1 1330 MM % Tenths
MinIUnbalW Min Current Unbalance Worst 1 1332 MM % Tenths
No
MinKFN Minimum K-Factor N 1 1418 MM Tenths
Units
MinkVAA Min Apparent Power A 1 1342 MM kVA Scale E
MinkVAB Min Apparent Power B 1 1343 MM kVA Scale E
MinkVAC Min Apparent Power C 1 1344 MM kVA Scale E
MinkVARA Min Reactive Power A 1 1338 MM kVAR Scale E
MinkVARB Min Reactive Power B 1 1339 MM kVAR Scale E
MinkVARC Min Reactive Power C 1 1340 MM kVAR Scale E
MinkVARTtl Min Reactive Power Total 1 1341 MM kVAR Scale E
MinkVATtl Min Apparent Power Total 1 1345 MM kVA Scale E
MinkWA Min Active Power A 1 1334 MM kW Scale E
MinkWB Min Active Power B 1 1335 MM kW Scale E
MinkWC Min Active Power C 1 1336 MM kW Scale E
MinkWTtl Min Active Power Total 1 1337 MM kW Scale E
MinPFA Min Power Factor A 3 1346 MM PF format3
MinPFB Min Power Factor B 3 1347 MM PF format3
MinPFC Min Power Factor C 3 1348 MM PF format3
MinPFTtl Min Power Factor Total 3 1349 MM PF format3
MinVAB Min Voltage A-B 1 1300 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MinVAN Min Voltage A-N 1 1303 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MinVBC Min Voltage B-C 1 1301 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MinVBN Min Voltage B-N 1 1304 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MinVCA Min Voltage C-A 1 1302 MM V Scale D - Voltage
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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SMS Topic Number of Register Module


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User Description Units1 Scale1


Name Registers 1 1 1

MinVCN Min Voltage C-N 1 1305 MM V Scale D - Voltage


MinVLLAvg Min Voltage L-L Avg 1 1306 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MinVLNAvg Min Voltage L-N Avg 1 1307 MM V Scale D - Voltage
MinVUnbalAB Min Voltage Unbalance A-B 1 1308 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalAN Min Voltage Unbalance A-N 1 1311 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalBC Min Voltage Unbalance B-C 1 1309 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalBN Min Voltage Unbalance B-N 1 1312 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalCA Min Voltage Unbalance C-A 1 1310 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalCN Min Voltage Unbalance C-N 1 1313 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalLLW Min Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst 1 1314 MM % Tenths
MinVUnbalLNW Min Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst 1 1315 MM % Tenths
NominalCurrent Breaker Nominal Current 1 8750 PM A Unity
Bit 11; ON = active, OFF =
OverFreqAlrm Over Frequency Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 11; ON = active, OFF =
OverFreqPreAlrm Over Frequency Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 1; ON = active, OFF =
OverIAAlrm Over IA Demand Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 1; ON = active, OFF =
OverIAPreAlrm Over IA Demand Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 2; ON = active, OFF =
OverIBAlrm Over IB Demand Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 2; ON = active, OFF =
OverIBPreAlrm Over IB Demand Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 3; ON = active, OFF =
OverICAlrm Over IC Demand Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 3; ON = active, OFF =
OverICPreAlrm Over IC Demand Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 4; ON = active, OFF =
OverINAlrm Over IN Demand Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 4; ON = active, OFF =
OverINPreAlrm Over IN Demand Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 6; ON = active, OFF =
OverVoltAlrm Over Voltage Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 6; ON = active, OFF =
OverVoltPreAlrm Over Voltage Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
PF_PkkVAD PF Coincident w/Peak KVA Demand 3 2239 MM Thousandths
PF_PkkVARD PF Coincident w/Peak KVAR Demand 3 2233 MM Thousandths
PF_PkkWD PF Coincident w/Peak KW Demand 3 2227 MM Thousandths
PFA Power Factor A 3 1046 MM PF format3
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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Table 16 – List of Registers (continued)

SMS Topic Number of Register Module

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User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

PFB Power Factor B 3 1047 MM PF format3


PFC Power Factor C 3 1048 MM PF format3
PFTtl Power Factor Total 3 1049 MM PF format3
Bit 12; ON = active, OFF =
PhaRotAlrm Phase Rotation Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
PkIAD Peak Demand Current A 1 2204 MM A Scale A
PkIBD Peak Demand Current B 1 2205 MM A Scale A
PkICD Peak Demand Current C 1 2206 MM A Scale A
PkIND Peak Demand Current N 1 2207 MM A Scale A
No
PkKFDA Peak K-Factor Demand A 1 2216 MM Tenths
Units
No
PkKFDB Peak K-Factor Demand B 1 2217 MM Tenths
Units
No
PkKFDC Peak K-Factor Demand C 1 2218 MM Tenths
Units
No
PkKFDN Peak K-Factor Demand N 1 2219 MM Tenths
Units
PkkVAD Peak Demand Apparent Power 1 2237 MM kVA Scale A
PkkVARD Peak Demand Reactive Power 1 2231 MM kVAR Scale A
PkkWD Peak Demand Active Power 1 2225 MM kW Scale A
PredIAD Predicted Demand Current A 1 2208 MM A Scale A
PredIBD Predicted Demand Current B 1 2209 MM A Scale A
PredICD Predicted Demand Current C 1 2210 MM A Scale A
PredIND Predicted Demand Current N 1 2211 MM A Scale A
No
PredKFDA Predicted K-Factor Demand A 1 2220 MM Tenths
Units
No
PredKFDB Predicted K-Factor Demand B 1 2221 MM Tenths
Units
No
PredKFDC Predicted K-Factor Demand C 1 2222 MM Tenths
Units
No
PredKFDN Predicted K-Factor Demand N 1 2223 MM Tenths
Units
PredkVAD Predicted KVA Demand 1 2238 MM kVA Scale A
PredkVARD Predicted KVAR Demand 1 2232 MM kVAR Scale A
PredkWD Predicted KW Demand 1 2226 MM kW Scale A
R1OpsCounter Relay 1 Operations Counter 1 9081 PM Unity
R2OpsCounter Relay 2 Operations Counter 1 9082 PM Unity
R3OpsCounter Relay 3 Operations Counter 1 9083 PM Unity
R4OpsCounter Relay 4 Operations Counter 1 9084 PM Unity
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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SMS Topic Number of Register Module


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User Description Units1 Scale1


Name Registers 1 1 1

R5OpsCounter Relay 5 Operations Counter 1 9085 PM Unity


R6OpsCounter Relay 6 Operations Counter 1 9086 PM Unity
ReadyToClose Breaker Ready to Close 1 661 BCM Bit 5; ON = yes, OFF = no
Bit 9; ON = active; OFF =
RevPwrAlrm Reverse Power Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 9; ON = active; OFF =
RevPwrPreAlrm Reverse Power Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
TimeToTrip Time Remaining to LT Trip 2 8865 PM Tenths
TU_BATT_PCT Trip Unit % Battery 1 8843 PM % Unity
TU_SN Trip Unit Serial Number 4 8700 PM ASCII text
Bit 11; ON = not responding;
TUCommStatus Trip Unit Internal Comms Status 1 552 BCM
OFF = OK
Bit 10; ON = active; OFF =
UnderFreqAlrm Under Frequency Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 10; ON = active; OFF =
UnderFreqPreAlrm Under Frequency Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
Bit 5; ON = active; OFF =
UnderVoltAlrm Under Voltage Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
Bit 5; ON = active; OFF =
UnderVoltPreAlrm Under Voltage Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
VAB Voltage A-B 1 1000 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VAN Voltage A-N 1 1003 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VBC Voltage B-C 1 1001 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VBN Voltage B-N 1 1004 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VCA Voltage C-A 1 1002 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VCN Voltage C-N 1 1005 MM V Scale D - Voltage
Bit 1; ON = active; OFF =
VigiAlarm Vigi Alarm Status 1 8860 PM
inactive
Bit 1; ON = active; OFF =
VigiPreAlrm Vigi Pre-Alarm Status 1 8864 PM
inactive
VLLAvg Voltage L-L Avg 1 1006 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VLNAvg Voltage L-N Avg 1 1007 MM V Scale D - Voltage
VUnbalAB Voltage Unbalance A-B 1 1008 MM % Tenths
Bit 7; ON = active, OFF =
VUnbalAlrm Voltage Unbalance Alarm Status 1 8859 PM
inactive
VUnbalAN Voltage Unbalance A-N 1 1011 MM % Tenths
VUnbalBC Voltage Unbalance B-C 1 1009 MM % Tenths
VUnbalBN Voltage Unbalance B-N 1 1012 MM % Tenths
VUnbalCA Voltage Unbalance C-A 1 1010 MM % Tenths
Continued on next page
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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Table 16 – List of Registers (continued)

SMS Topic Number of Register Module

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User Description Units1 Scale1
Name Registers 1 1 1

VUnbalCN Voltage Unbalance C-N 1 1013 MM % Tenths


VUnbalLLW Voltage Unbalance L-L Worst 1 1014 MM % Tenths
VUnbalLNW Voltage Unbalance L-N Worst 1 1015 MM % Tenths
Bit 7; ON = active, OFF =
VUnbalPreAlrm Voltage Unbalance Pre-Alarm Status 1 8863 PM
inactive
1For register entries that are not listed, please refer to the MicroLogic device type register list. Contact your local sales representative.
23-register date/time format:register 1: month (byte 1) = 1–12; day (byte 2) = 1–31; register 2: year (byte 1) = 0–199 (add to 1900 to determine the
actual year);
hour (byte 2) = 0–23; register 3: minutes (byte 1) = 0–59; seconds (byte 2) = 0–59
Note: Bits 14 and 15 of the month/day register must be masked.
3Power factor format: –1 to –999 for lagging power factors, 1000 for unity power factor 1.000, and 1 to 999 for leading power factors.
4Modulo 10,000 format: 1 to 4 sequential registers. Each register is Modulo 10,000 (range = –9,999 to +9,999).
Result is [R4*10,000^3 + R3*10,000^2 + R2*10,000^1] + R1. Range is zero to 9,999,999,999,999,999.

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Appendix D—Trip Unit Voltage Supply Architecture


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The trip unit has an integral internal three-phase voltage power supply which
appears as a three-phase delta configured load to the system (Figure 101). This
power supply is a three-phase load by itself and will inject voltage on an open
phase (Figure 102). The impact of a three-phase delta configured load on the
voltage-based protection functions is as follows:

NOTICE
HAZARD OF EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
Setting undervoltage protection (Vmin) below 80% or voltage unbalance (Vunbal)
above 20% can cause the trip unit to not perform as expected.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in equipment damage.

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Minimum Voltage Protection Figure 101 –Integral Internal Three-phase Power Supply

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The minimum (under) voltage protection
VA
function is based on phase-to-phase Integrated
voltage measurement. VB 3-phase
VC Power
For circuit configuration 1 (Figure 103), 2
(Figure 104) or 3 (Figure 105), if a fuse
opens the trip unit will inject voltage on the Metering
open phase. Therefore the trip unit will Chain
meter the voltage being injected on the VN
open phase accurately. The phase-to-
phase voltage (VLL) measurement will be
higher than when the open phase is at zero
Figure 102 –Open Phase on Three-phase Power Supply
volts. The trip unit will also accurately meter
the phase-to-neutral voltage (VLN) injected
on the open phase and display a value Fuse VA
greater than zero. VB
Integrated
Fuse 3-phase
For circuit configuration 4 (Figure 106), the VC Power
trip unit has a return path through the Fuse
transformer and the injected voltage on the
Metering
open phase will be zero. In this Chain
configuration the trip unit will accurately
VN
meter zero volts on VLN.
To ensure the MicroLogic trip system will
perform as expected regardless of system Figure 103 –Circuit Configuration 1
configuration the user should limit the
undervoltage pickup range to 80%–100% Open
of the nominal phase-to-phase system Fuse
voltage.
Fuse Motor
Voltage Unbalance Fuse

Protection Contactor

The voltage unbalance protection function


is based on phase-to-phase voltage
measurement.
For circuit configuration 1 (Figure 103), 2
(Figure 104) or 3 (Figure 105), if a fuse
opens the trip unit will inject voltage on the
open phase. Therefore the trip unit will
meter the voltage being injected on the
open phase accurately.

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The phase-to-phase voltage (VLL) Figure 104 –Circuit Configuration 2


measurement will be higher than when the
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Open
open phase is at zero volts. The trip unit will
also accurately meter the phase-to-neutral
voltage (VLN) injected on the open phase
Motor
and display a value greater than zero.
For circuit configuration 4 (Figure 106), the Contactor
Fuse
trip unit has a return path through the
transformer and the injected voltage on the Fuse
open phase will be zero. In this Fuse
configuration the trip unit will accurately
meter zero volts on VLN.
To ensure the MicroLogic trip system will
perform as expected regardless of system
configuration the user should limit the
Figure 105 –Circuit Configuration 3
voltage unbalance protection settings to 0–
20%.

Loss of Multiple Phases Load

Do not use either minimum voltage


protection or voltage unbalance protection
to determine the loss of multiple phases.
Fuse Fuse Fuse
• The internal voltage power supply
requires voltage of two phases to
operate. (The voltage power supply has
an operating range from 100 V to 690
V.)
• In circuit configurations 1 (Figure 103), Additional
System Metering
2 (Figure 104) and 3 (Figure 105),
Devices and
when multiple phases are lost the trip
unit will measure the system voltage of
the remaining phase on all three
phases. For example, if two phases are
lost on a 480 V three-phase delta Figure 106 –Circuit Configuration 4
system, the trip unit will meter 480 VLL
on all three phases. Open

Fuse
Motor

Fuse Contactor

Fuse

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Appendix E—Trip Unit Settings

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Enter setting values in settings tables.

Table 17 – Settings–Switches
Description Symbol Settings

Long-time pickup Ir

Long-time delay tr

Short-time pickup Isd

Short-time delay tsd

Ground-fault pickup Ig

Ground-fault delay tg

Table 18 – Settings—Maintenance Menu


Submenu Description Line Item Trip Unit Setting

M2C/M6C contacts Alarm type S#

Setup S#

MicroLogic setup Language

Date/Time

Breaker selection Standard

Circuit breaker

Type

Circuit breaker number

Neutral CT

VT ratio Primary

Secondary

System frequency

Metering setup System type

Current demand Interval

Power demand Window type

Interval

Power sign

Sign convention

Com setup Com parameter

Remote access

Remote control

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Table 19 – Settings—Protection Menu

Submenu Description Symbol Line Item Trip Unit Setting


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Long-time pickup Ir
Long-time delay tr
Short-time pickup Isd
Short-time delay tsd
Instantaneous Ii
Idmtl Long-time pickup Idmtl Ir
Idmtl Long-time delay Idmtl tr
Idmtl Mode
Idmtl Short-time pickup Idmtl Isd
Idmtl Short-time delay Idmtl tsd
Idmtl Instantaneous Idmtl Ii
Mode
Ground-fault (6.0P trip unit) I Pickup
Pickup delay
Neutral current Ineutral
Mode
Pickup
Ground-fault alarm I alarm Pickup delay
Dropout
Dropout delay
Mode
Pickup %
Amperage protection Current unbalance Iunbal Pickup delay
Dropout %
Dropout delay
Mode
Pickup
Max. phase A demand
Iamax Pickup delay
current
Dropout
Dropout delay
Mode
Pickup
Max. phase B demand
Ibmax Pickup delay
current
Dropout
Dropout delay
Mode
Pickup
Max. phase C demand
Icmax Pickup delay
current
Dropout
Dropout delay
Mode
Pickup
Max. neutral demand current Inmax Pickup delay
Dropout
Dropout delay
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Table 19 – Settings—Protection Menu (continued)

Submenu Description Symbol Line Item Trip Unit Setting

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Pickup
Pickup delay
Minimum (under) voltage Vmin
Dropout
Dropout delay
Pickup
Pickup delay
Voltage protection Maximum (over) voltage Vmax
Dropout
Dropout delay
Pickup
Pickup delay
Voltage unbalance Vunbal
Dropout
Dropout delay
Pickup
Pickup delay
Reverse power rP
Dropout
Dropout delay
Pickup
Pickup delay
Maximum (over) frequency Fmax
Dropout
Other protection
Dropout delay
Pickup
Pickup delay
Minimum (under) frequency Fmin
Dropout
Dropout delay
Mode
Phase rotation —
Sequence
Mode
Pickup %
Load shedding I Load shedding I — Pickup delay %
Dropout %
Dropout delay
Mode
Pickup
Load shedding P Load shedding P — Pickup delay
Dropout
Dropout delay

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Index

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A Current shedding. See Current load H
Adjustable rating plug See See shedding History logs
Rating plug Current unbalance checking 57
Adjustable switch settings 33, 47–48 alarm 34 description 29–30
Adjustable switches. See Switches protection 20
Advanced protection I
D
checking values 53 I2t off 13
Date setting 37 I2t on 13
description 15
Default settings Idmtl. See Long-time protection
Advanced-protection indicator light
maintenance 77 Ig. See Ground-fault protection
24
protection 78 pickup switch
Alarm contacts. See M2C/M6C
switches 77 Ii. See Instantaneous protection
programmable contacts
Delay In. See Sensor sizes
Alarms
ground-fault 14 Indicator lights
description 18
long-time 11 advanced-protection 24
history 58
short-time 13 ground-fault 24
Amperage protection 31
Down button 26 overload 24
checking 59
E self-protection 24
B trip 24
Energy levels
Battery Instantaneous protection
checking 56
check status 52 description 14
menu 29
replacement 72 pickup switch 14
Enter button 26
Buttons Ir. See Long-time protection pickup
Equipment ground-fault protection.
down 26 switch
See Ground-fault protection
enter 26 Isd. See Short-time protection pickup
External power supply 16
ground-fault test 51 switch
maintenance menu 26 F
metering menu 26 L
Flowchart
navigation 26 Language setting 36
maintenance menu 75
protection menu 26 Load shedding. See Current load
metering menu 74
test/reset 24 shedding, voltage load
protection menu 76
up 26 shedding
Frequency
Long-time protection
C alarm 34
alarm 34
checking 57
Circuit breaker information 38 delay switch 11
entering 40
Communication module 8, 44 description 11
menu 29
Communication setup menu 31 I2t delay 11
Contact wear indicator G Idmtl delay
checking 58 Graphic display pickup switch 11
code setting 38 flowchart 74 Loss of multiple phases 98
meter 38 menus 27 LSI. See Trip unit, 5.0P
Current demand 42 navigation 26 LSIG See Trip unit, 6.0P
Current levels screen 25
checking 53 M
Ground-fault protection
display 25 M2C/M6C programmable contacts
alarm 34
menu 28 menu description 30
delay switch 14
Current load shedding menu setting 33
description 14
alarm 18 M2C/M6Cprogrammable contacts
pickup switch 14
checking 64 kit description 22
test function 51
description 21 Maintenance menu
menu 32 default settings 77
description 29

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flowchart 75 Neutral protection 17 long-time 11


setting 33 maximum demand current 19
Maintenance menu button 26 O maximum frequency 21

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Maximum current alarm 34 Operation 53 maximum voltage 19
Maximum demand current Operation counter minimum demand current 19
protection 19 description 25 minimum frequency 21
Maximum frequency protection 21 menu 58 minimum voltage 19
Maximum voltage protection 19 Other protection neutral 17
Menus checking 63 other 63
alarm history 58 description 15 phase rotation 21
amperage protection 31, 59 Other protection menu 32 power load shedding 32
communication setup 31 Overcurrent. See Maximum current reverse power 20
contact wear 58 protection short-time 13
current levels 28, 53 Overfrequency. See Maximum voltage 62
current load shedding 32 frequency protection voltage unbalance 20
energy levels 29, 56 Overheating trip indicator light 24 Protection designation 7
frequency 57 Overvoltage. See Maximum voltage Protection menu
history logs 29–30 protection button 26
M2C/M6C programmable checking 59
P
contacts 30 default settings 78
maintenance 29 Phase reversal description 31
metering 27 alarm 34 flowchart 76
metering setup 30 checking 63
Micrologic setup 16, 30, 18, 18 Phase rotation protection 21 R
operation counter 58 Pickup Rating plug
other protection 32, 63 ground-fault 14 description 7, 12
power levels 28, 55 instantaneous 14 replacement 70
power load shedding 32, 64 long-time 11 Remote access 45
protection 31 short-time 13 Remote control 45
trip history 57 Pickup levels, setting 46, 49 Remotely readable measurements
voltage levels 28, 54 Plug, rating. See Rating plug 81
voltage protection 32, 62 Power demand 42 Replacement
Metering Power flow battery 72
accuracy 80 power sign direction setup 39 rating plug 70
range 80 reactive power sign convention trip unit 65
Metering menu setup 43 Reset button 50
button 26 Power levels Reset trip unit 50
checking 53 checking 55 Reverse power protection
description 27 menu 28 alarm 34
flowchart 74 Power load shedding description 20
Metering setup menu alarm 34 RPmax. See Reverse power
description 30 checking 64 protection
setting 40 menu 32
Primary injection testing 23 S
Micrologic setup menu
description 16, 30, 18, 18 Product name 7 Secondary injection testing 23
setting 36 Protection Self-protection indicator light 24
Micrologic trip unit. See Trip unit advanced 15 Sensor plug 7
Minimum demand current protection alarms 18 Short-time protection
19 amperage 59 alarm 34
Minimum frequency protection 21 current load shedding 32 delay switch 13
Minimum voltage protection 19 current unbalance 20 description 13
Modbus com values 44 default settings 78 pickup switch 13
ground-fault 14 Sign convention 43
N instantaneous 14 Status
Navigation buttons 26 load shedding 21 battery 52

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trip unit 52 standards 38


Switch cover time 37
illustration 7 VT ratio 39
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opening slot 46 setup 36


Switches status check 52
adjusting 46 testing 23
description 8 verify operation 50
ground-fault delay 14 voltage supply architecture 96
ground-fault pickup 14 Trip unit settings
instantaneous pickup 14 long-time protection 11
long-time delay 11 Tripping functions 7–8
long-time pickup 11 Tsd. See Short-time protection delay
short-time delay 13 switch
short-time pickup 13
System type 41 U
Undercurrent. See Minimum current
T protection
Test 24 Underfrequency. See Minimum
Test plug 50 frequency protection
Test/reset button 24 Undervoltage. See Minimum voltage
Testing protection
ground-fault trip function 51 Up button 26
primary injection 23
secondary injection 23 V
test kits 50 Verify trip unit operation 50
trip unit 23 Voltage levels
Thermal imaging 12 checking 54
Time setting 37 menu 28
Tr. See Long-time protection delay Voltage protection
switch alarm 34
Trip history 57 checking 62
Trip indicator lights 24 Voltage protection menu 32
Trip indicators Voltage supply architecture 96
check status 52 Voltage transformer ratio 39
Ig 24 Voltage unbalance
Isd/Ii 24 alarm 34
lights 24 protection 20
Trip unit voltage architecture 98
5.0P 9
Z
6.0P 10
history 57 Zone-selective interlocking
replacement 65 description 23
reset 50 installation 49
settings jumpers 49
circuit breaker family 38 wiring 50
circuit breaker type 38 ZSI. See Zone-selective interlocking
contact wear code 38
date 37
frequency 40
ground-fault protection 14
instantaneous protection 14
language 36
long-time protection 11
recording tables 99
short-time protection 13

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Replaces 48049-137-05 Rev. 01, 07/2012
Unidades de disparo electrónico
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Boletín de instrucciones
48049-137-05
12/2019
Conservar para uso futuro.

ESPAÑOL
Categorías de riesgos y símbolos especiales
Asegúrese de leer detenidamente estas instrucciones y realice una inspección
visual del equipo para familiarizarse con él antes de instalarlo, hacerlo funcionar o
prestarle servicio de mantenimiento. Los siguientes mensajes especiales pueden
aparecer en este boletín o en el equipo para advertirle sobre peligros potenciales o
llamar su atención sobre cierta información que clarifica o simplifica un
procedimiento.
La adición de cualquiera de estos símbolos a una etiqueta de seguridad de
“Peligro” o “Advertencia” indica la existencia de un peligro eléctrico que podrá
causar lesiones personales si no se observan las instrucciones.
ESPAÑOL

Este es el símbolo de alerta de seguridad. Se usa para avisar sobre peligros


potenciales de lesiones. Respete todos los mensajes de seguridad con este
símbolo para evitar posibles lesiones o la muerte.

PELIGRO
PELIGRO
PELIGRO indica una situación de peligro inminente que, si no se evita, podrá
causar la muerte o lesiones serias.

ADVERTENCIA
ADVERTENCIA indica una situación potencialmente peligrosa que, si no se
evita, puede causar la muerte o lesiones serias.

PRECAUCIÓN
PRECAUCIÓN indica una situación potencialmente peligrosa que, si no se evita,
puede causar lesiones menores o moderadas.

AVISO
AVISO se usa para hacer notar prácticas no relacionadas con lesiones físicas. El
símbolo de alerta de seguridad no se usa con esta palabra de indicación.

NOTA: Proporciona información adicional para clarificar o simplificar un


procedimiento.

Observe que
Solamente el personal calificado deberá instalar, hacer funcionar y prestar
servicios de mantenimiento al equipo eléctrico. Schneider Electric no asume
responsabilidad alguna por las consecuencias emergentes de la utilización de este
material.
Una persona calificada es aquella que tiene destreza y conocimiento técnico
relacionado con la construcción, instalación y funcionamiento del equipo eléctrico;
asimismo, esta persona ha recibido capacitación sobre seguridad con la cual
puede reconocer y evitar los riesgos involucrados.
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SECCIÓN 1: INFORMACIÓN GENERAL ...................................................................................................................... 7

Introducción ................................................................................................ 7
Comunicaciones ......................................................................................... 8
Ajustes de potencia y de control ................................................................. 8
Ajustes de los selectores ............................................................................ 8
Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 5.0P ...................................................... 9
Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P .................................................... 10
Protección LSIG ........................................................................................ 11
Protección de tiempo largo .................................................................. 11
Protección instantánea ........................................................................ 14
Protección contra fallas a tierra del equipo .................................................15
Configuración de la unidad de disparo MicroLogic ................................... 16

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Alimentación de control ....................................................................... 16
Fuente de alimentación externa .......................................................... 17
Configuración MicroLogic ......................................................................... 18
Protección avanzada ................................................................................ 18
Alarmas ............................................................................................... 20
Valores de protección de demanda de corriente y tensión mínima (baja)
y máxima (sobre) ................................................................................ 22
Protección de desequilibrio de corriente o tensión .............................. 23
Protección de potencia inversa (rPmáx) ............................................. 23
Protecciones de frecuencia máxima (sobre) y mínima (baja) ............. 24
Desconexión de carga (Desconex. reconex.) ..................................... 25
Protección de rotación de fases .......................................................... 25
Accesorios de contactos programables M2C y M6C ................................ 26
Enclavamiento selectivo de zona .............................................................. 26
Medición .................................................................................................... 27
Prueba de la unidad de disparo ................................................................ 27
Contador de maniobras ............................................................................ 27
Luces indicadoras ..................................................................................... 28
Luz indicadora de sobrecarga ............................................................. 28
Luces indicadoras de disparo .............................................................. 28
Botón de prueba/restablecimiento ............................................................ 29
Pantalla de visualización de gráficos ........................................................ 29
Indicador de desgaste de los contactos .................................................... 29

SECCIÓN 2: NAVEGACIÓN POR LA VISUALIZACIÓN DE GRÁFICOS ............................................................................... 30

Visualización de gráficos .......................................................................... 30


Visualización de gráficos de barras y menús ............................................ 31
Menú de medición ............................................................................... 31
Menú de servicio de mantenimiento .................................................... 33
Menú de protección ............................................................................. 35

SECCIÓN 3: CONFIGURACIÓN DE LA UNIDAD DE DISPARO ............................................................................................ 37

Ajuste de los parámetros de la unidad de disparo .................................... 37

Contactos programables M2C/M6C .................................................... 37


Configuración de la unidad de disparo MicroLogic ............................. 40

Configuración de las mediciones ........................................................ 44


Configuración del módulo de comunicación ........................................ 48
Ajuste de los selectores de configuración ................................................. 50
Ejemplos ................................................................................................... 52
Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 5.0P .................................................... 52
Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P .................................................... 53

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Enclavamiento selectivo de zona (ZSI) ..................................................... 54


Verificación del funcionamiento de la unidad de disparo .......................... 55
Restablecimiento de la unidad de disparo ................................................ 56
Prueba de la función de disparo por falla a tierra del equipo .................... 57
Verificación del estado de la unidad de disparo ........................................ 58

SECCIÓN 4: FUNCIONAMIENTO .................................................................................................................... 59

Valores de medición .................................................................................. 59


Niveles de corriente ............................................................................. 60
Niveles de tensión ............................................................................... 61
Niveles de potencia ............................................................................. 62
Niveles de energía ............................................................................... 63
ESPAÑOL

Frecuencia ........................................................................................... 64
Historial de la unidad de disparo ............................................................... 64
Historial de disparo .............................................................................. 64
Historial de alarmas ............................................................................. 65
Contador de maniobras ....................................................................... 65
Desgaste de contactos ........................................................................ 65
Configuración de protección ..................................................................... 66
Protección de corriente ........................................................................ 66
Protección de tensión .......................................................................... 69
Otro tipo de protección ........................................................................ 70
Desconexión de carga de la corriente ................................................. 71
Desconexión de carga de la alimentación ........................................... 71

SECCIÓN 5: SUSTITUCIÓN DE LA UNIDAD DE DISPARO................................................................................................... 72

Herramientas necesarias .......................................................................... 72


Preparación ............................................................................................... 72
Anotación de los ajustes de los selectores .......................................... 72
Desconexión del interruptor ................................................................. 73
Extracción de la cubierta de accesorios del interruptor ....................... 73
Desmontaje del calibrador ................................................................... 73
Desmontaje de la unidad de disparo ................................................... 73
Sustitución de la unidad de disparo .................................................................. 73
Instalación de la batería ...................................................................... 73
Instalación de la unidad de disparo ..................................................... 74
Colocación de la cubierta de accesorios del interruptor ........................... 76
Verificación de la instalación de la unidad de disparo .............................. 76
Pruebas de inyección secundaria ........................................................ 76
Pruebas de inyección primaria ............................................................ 77
Verificación del funcionamiento de los accesorios .............................. 77
Configuración de la unidad de disparo ...................................................... 77
Re-energización del interruptor ................................................................. 77

SECCIÓN 6: SUSTITUCIÓN DEL CALIBRADOR AJUSTABLE............................................................................................. 78

Desmontaje del calibrador ........................................................................ 78


Instalación del nuevo calibrador ................................................................ 79

SECCIÓN 7: SUSTITUCIÓN DE LA PILA .................................................................................................................... 80

Desconexión del interruptor ...................................................................... 80


Desmontaje de la cubierta de accesorios ................................................. 80
Desplazamiento del módulo de aguante ................................................... 80
Sustitución de la pila ................................................................................. 80
Colocación del módulo de aguante ........................................................... 81
Colocación de la cubierta de accesorios ................................................... 81
Re-energización del interruptor ................................................................. 81

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APÉNDICE A: DIAGRAMAS DE FLUJO DE VISUALIZACIÓN DE GRÁFICOS .......................................................................... 82

Diagrama de flujo del menú de mediciones .............................................. 82


Diagrama de flujo del menú de servicio de mantenimiento ...................... 83
Diagrama de flujo del menú de protecciones ............................................ 84

APÉNDICE B: AJUSTES DE FÁBRICA Y TOLERANCIAS....................................................................................................... 85

Ajustes de fábrica ..................................................................................... 85


Gama de medición y precisión .................................................................. 86

APÉNDICE C: ACCESO A LA RED/COM .................................................................................................................... 87

Valores de lectura remota ......................................................................... 87

ESPAÑOL
Lista de registros ....................................................................................... 90

APÉNDICE D: ARQUITECTURA DE LA TENSIÓN DE ALIMENTACIÓN DE LA UNIDAD DE DISPARO............................. 102

Protección de tensión mínima ................................................................. 103


Protección de desequilibrio de tensión ................................................... 103
Pérdida de fases múltiples ...................................................................... 104

APÉNDICE E: AJUSTES DE LA UNIDAD DE DISPARO ........................................................................................................ 105

Índice: .................................................................................................................. 108

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Sección 1—Información general Unidades de disparo electrónico MicroLogic 5.0P y 6.0P

Sección 1—Información general


Introducción Figura 1: Unidad de disparo MicroLogic

Las unidades de disparo MicroLogic™ I A—Nombre del producto


proporcionan funciones de disparo B—Indicadores de disparo
H C—Compartimiento para pilas
ajustables a los interruptores de disparo 5.0 P

D—Selectores ajustables
logic
Micro

electrónico. El nombre del producto (A) A


E—Cubierta de los selectores
especifica el tipo de protección provisto por B
F—Lengüeta de cierre hermético
la unidad de disparo. G—Calibradores ajustables

ESPAÑOL
MicroLogic 5.0P C H—Botón de restablecimiento de la
verificación del estado de las pilas e
Tipo de protección F G indicadores de disparo
2—Protección básica IEC (LSO)
3—Protección básica UL (LI)
5—Protección selectiva (LSI)
alarm

time tr 8 12
long
(s) 4 16
Ir .8 .9

6—Protección selectiva y protección contra


.7 2 20
.95
1 24
.6 .98 .5 Ir
.5 1 at 6
.4 x In

fallas a tierra del equipo (LSIG)

Serie de la unidad de disparo


0—Indica la primera versión
D E
Tipo de medición
Ninguna—Proporciona solamente protección
A—Proporciona protección y mediciones
del ampérmetro
P—Proporciona protección y mediciones de potencia
H—Proporciona protección y mediciones
de armónicos

Las unidades de disparo MicroLogic se


pueden actualizar en campo a una versión
más reciente. Consulte el catálogo de
productos para obtener información más
detallada acerca de los modelos de
interruptores, tamaños de marcos, valores
nominales de interrupción, enchufes
sensores, calibradores y unidades de
disparo disponibles.

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Comunicaciones

ADVERTENCIA
POSIBLE COMPROMISO DE LA DISPONIBILIDAD, LA INTEGRIDAD Y
LA CONFIDENCIALIDAD DEL SISTEMA
• Cambie de inmediato las contraseñas predeterminadas para ayudar a prevenir
accesos no autorizados a la configuración, los controles y la información del
dispositivo.
• Desactive los puertos/servicios no utilizados y las cuentas predeterminadas
ESPAÑOL

para reducir al mínimo las vías de acceso de ataques malintencionados.


• Proteja los dispositivos en red con múltiples niveles de ciberseguridad (como
firewalls, segmentación de redes y sistemas de detección y protección frente
a accesos no autorizados a redes).
• Use las mejores prácticas en materia de ciberseguridad (por ejemplo:
privilegios mínimos, separación de tareas) para contribuir a prevenir la
exposición, la pérdida o la modificación no autorizadas de datos y registros, o
la interrupción de los servicios.
El incumplimiento de estas instrucciones puede causar la muerte
o lesiones serias.

Las unidades de disparo MicroLogic se pueden comunicar con otros dispositivos a


través de Modbus mediante el módulo de comunicación del interruptor (MCI). Para
obtener información sobre el módulo de comunicación, consulte el catálogo del
producto y el boletín de datos del producto no. 0613DB0702, sistema de
comunicación Modbus®.

Ajustes de potencia y de control


Ajuste las opciones de la unidad de disparo o verifique las mediciones del sistema
con la pantalla de visualización de gráficos y la terminal de programación y ajustes.
Consulte la sección 2 —Navegación por la visualización de gráficos para obtener
más información. También es posible verificar las mediciones del sistema con el
software System Manager Software (SMS), versión 3.2 o posterior, o cualquier otro
software de gestión de sistemas de red.

Ajustes de los selectores


Las funciones de disparo de LSI o LSIG se pueden ajustar en los selectores ubicados en la
parte frontal de la unidad de disparo. Las unidades de disparo vienen de fábrica con el
selector de activación de tiempo largo ajustado en 1,0 y los otros selectores ajustados en su
valor más bajo. Los ajustes de protección avanzada vienen desactivados.
Es posible realizar ajustes finos a los selectores a través de las teclas de
navegación, consulte la página 51.

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Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 5.0P


La unidad de disparo MicroLogic 5.0P proporciona protección selectiva (LSI) y
mediciones de potencia.
A. Pantalla de visualización de gráficos Figura 2: Unidad de disparo 5.0P
B. Botón del menú de protección*
R Q P
C. Botón del menú de protección*
D. Botón del menú de medición*
Micrologic 5.0 P
O
E. Botón flecha abajo
F. Botón flecha arriba A 4260A

ESPAÑOL
G. Botón de introducción de valores N 1 2 3

H. Selector de activación de tiempo largo 100

(Ir) t
Ir
50
I. Selector de retardo de tiempo largo (tr)
J. Selector de activación de tiempo corto B 0 tr
C
(Isd)
D Isd
K. Selector de retardo de tiempo corto tsd
(tsd) E Ii
F 0 Ir Isd Ii I
L. Selector de activación instantánea (Ii) G Ir
.7
long time
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm N
M. Receptáculo para el enchufe de prueba H .6
.5
.95 2
.98 1
16
20
.4 1 .5 24

I
x In @ 6 Ir

N. Luz indicadora de sobrecarga de


short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii
4 (s) . 4 . 4 .3 6 8 10

J
3 5
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12

activación de tiempo largo 2


1.5
x Ir
10
8 .2
on
.1 2
0
I t off
.1 3
2
x In
15
off

setting delay

O. Botón de restablecimiento de la K
verificación del estado de las pilas y el L M
LED indicador de disparo
P. Luz indicadora de autoprotección y
protección avanzada
Q. Luz indicadora de disparo de tiempo
corto o instantáneo
R. Luz indicadora de disparo de tiempo
largo

*Este botón incluye un LED que indica el menú activo.

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Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P


La unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P proporciona protección selectiva y de falla a
tierra del equipo (LSIG) ( 1200 A) así como mediciones de potencia.
A. Pantalla de visualización de gráficos Figura 3: Unidad de disparo 6.0P
B. Botón del menú de protección*
V U T S
C. Botón del menú de servicio de
mantenimiento* Micrologic 6.0 P t
R Ir
D. Botón del menú de medición*
tr
E. Botón flecha abajo A 4260A
F. Botón flecha arriba
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N 1 2 3 Isd
tsd
G. Botón de introducción de valores 100
Ii
H. Selector de activación de tiempo largo 0 Ir Isd Ii I
(Ir) 50

I. Selector de retardo de tiempo largo (tr) B 0


C
J. Selector de activación de tiempo corto t
D
(Isd)
K. Selector de retardo de tiempo corto E
I2t on
(tsd) F
G Ir
long time
.8 tr 8
alarm Q Ig
H I2t off
L. Selector de activación instantánea (Ii)
.7 .9 (s) 4 12
.6
.5
.95 2
.98 1
16
20 tg
I
.4 1 .5 24
x In @ 6 Ir

M. Selector de activación de protección Isd


short time
4
tsd
(s) .4 .4 .3
Ii
instantaneous

6 8 10

contra fallas a tierra (Ig) J


3 5
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12
2 8 .2
.1 2 0
.1 3 15 0 Ig I
K
1.5 10 2 off
x Ir on I t off x In

N. Selector de retardo de protección L Ig


setting

E
tg
(s)
delay

. 4 .4 . 3
test
P
contra fallas a tierra (tg) M
D F
.3 .2
O
C G
B H .2 .1
.1
N
A J 2
0
on I t off

O. Receptáculo para el enchufe de prueba ground fault

P. Botón de disparo por falla a tierra


Q. Luz indicadora de sobrecarga de
activación de tiempo largo
R. Botón de restablecimiento de la
verificación del estado de las pilas y el
LED indicador de disparo
S. Luz indicadora de autoprotección y
protección avanzada
T. Luz indicadora de disparo por falla a
tierra
U. Luz indicadora de disparo de tiempo
corto o instantáneo
V. Luz indicadora de disparo de tiempo
largo

*Este botón incluye un LED que indica el menú activo.

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Protección LSIG
Protección de tiempo largo NOTA: Las unidades de disparo MicroLogic son alimentadas
desde el circuito para proporcionar protección contra fallas en
La protección de tiempo largo protege al todo momento. Todas las demás funciones (módulos de
equipo contra sobrecargas. visualización, medición, comunicación, etc.) requieren una fuente
• La protección de tiempo largo es una de alimentación externa. Consulte la página 17 para obtener más
función estándar en todas las información.
unidades de disparo. Figura 4 – Selectores de protección de tiempo largo
• La activación de tiempo largo (Ir) (A)
Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 5.0P Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P
establece el nivel máximo de la
A B C A B

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C
corriente (en base a los valores
nominales del enchufe sensor [In]) Ir
long time

.7
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm Ir
.7
long time
.8
.9
tr
(s) 4
8
12
alarm

que llevará el interruptor .6


.5
.95 2
.98 1
16
20
.6
.5
.95 2
.98 1
16
20

continuamente. Si la corriente
.4 1 .5 24 .4 1 .5 24
x In @ 6 Ir x In @ 6 Ir

short time instantaneous short time instantaneous

excede este valor, se disparará el


Isd tsd Ii Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10 3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12 2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12

interruptor una vez que alcanza el 2


1.5 10
8 .2
.1 2
0
.1 3
2
15
off
2
1.5 10
8 .2
.1 2 0
.1 3
2
15
off

valor del retardo de tiempo prefijado.


x Ir on I t off x In x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay setting delay
test
Ig tg
. 4 .4 .3
La activación de tiempo largo (Ir) se
E (s)
D F
C G .3 .2
.2 .1
puede ajustar de 0,4 a 1,0 veces el
B H
A J .1 2 0

D D
on I t off

valor nominal del enchufe sensor (In)


ground fault

In 2000 A In 2000 A
del interruptor (D).
• El retardo de tiempo largo (tr) (B)
establece el período durante el cual
el interruptor llevará una
sobrecorriente por debajo del nivel de
la corriente de activación instantánea
o de tiempo corto antes de
dispararse. Se encuentran
disponibles dos opciones:
— Curva de retardo de tiempo largo
I2t estándar. Consulte la tabla 1
para obtener los ajustes de
retardo de tiempo largo de I2t.
— Las curvas de retardo de tiempo
largo Idmtl (retardo mínimo de
tiempo inverso independiente)
varían en su pendiente para Tabla 1 – Valores de retardo de tiempo largo de I2t de
mejorar la selectividad. la unidad de disparo MicroLogic
Opción Descripción Curva Ajuste1 Retardo de tiempo largo en segundos2

DT Tiempo independiente Constante tr a 1,5 x Ir 12,5 25 50 100 200 300 400 500 600

SIT Tiempo inverso estándar I0,5t tr a 6 x Ir 0,5 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24

VIT Gran tiempo inverso It tr a 7,2 x Ir 0,343 0,69 1,38 2,7 5,5 8,3 11 13,8 16,6

Tiempo extremadamente 2 1Ir= In x activación de tiempo largo. In = valor nominal del sensor.
EIT I t
inverso Umbral de disparo entre 1,05 y 1,20 Ir.
2Precisión del retardo +0/-20%.
Compatible con fusibles 3Cuando tsd se ajusta en 0,4 off, tr = 0,5 en lugar de 0,34.
HVF I4t
de alta tensión

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• La luz indicadora de sobrecarga (C)


se ilumina cuando se ha excedido el
valor de umbral de activación de
tiempo largo Ir.

• Es posible cambiar el valor del


sensor In en los interruptores de
potencia MasterPact®NT y NW
sustituyendo el enchufe sensor (D)
ubicado debajo de la unidad de
disparo. Lea las instrucciones
ESPAÑOL

incluidas con el accesorio de


sustitución del enchufe sensor para
obtener información adicional.

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• La protección del neutro no está Tabla 2 – Valores de retardo de tiempo largo de Idmtl de la
disponible al seleccionar la unidad de disparo MicroLogic
protección Idmtl.
Opció Toleranci
• Las selecciones de Idmtl no utilizan Ajuste1 Retardo de tiempo largo en segundos
n a
la misma opción de imagen térmica
que la función de protección de tr a 1,5 x Ir 0,52 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
tiempo largo I2t. La protección básica tr a 6 x Ir 0,52 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
de tiempo largo y tiempo DT
tr a 7,2 x Ir 0,52 1 2 4 8 12 16 16,6 16,6 +0/-20%
extremadamente inverso de Idmtl
son curvas I2t, cuyas opciones tr a 10 x Ir 0,52 1 2 4 8 12 16 16,6 16,6 +0/-20%

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diferentes de imagen térmica tr a 1,5 x Ir 1,9 3,8 7,6 15,2 30,4 45,5 60,7 75,8 91 +0/-30%
resultan en rendimientos diferentes
tr a 6 x Ir 0,7 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
del sistema. Para las aplicaciones de SIT
soldadura se recomienda la tr a 7,2 x Ir 0,7 0,88 1,77 3,54 7,08 10,6 14,16 17,7 21,2 +0/-20%
utilización de protección básica de tr a 10 x Ir 0,72 0,8 1,43 2,86 5,73 8,59 11,46 14,33 17,19 +0/-20%
tiempo largo I2t para obtener el
tr a 1,5 x Ir 1,9 7,2 14,4 28,8 57,7 86,5 115,4 144,2 173,1 +0/-30%
rendimiento esperado del sistema.
tr a 6 x Ir 0,7 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
• Las funciones de activación de VIT
tiempo largo y retardo de tiempo tr a 7,2 x Ir 0,7 0,81 1,63 3,26 6,52 9,8 13,1 16,34 19,61 +0/-20%
largo están situadas en el calibrador tr a 10 x Ir 0,72 0,75 1,14 2,28 4,57 6,86 9,13 11,42 13,70 +0/-20%
ajustable de sustitución en campo.
tr a 1,5 x Ir 12,5 25 50 100 200 300 400 500 600 +0/-30%
Para modificar los ajustes en valores
más apropiados para la aplicación, tr a 6 x Ir 0,73 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
EIT
se encuentran disponibles varios tr a 7,2 x Ir 0,72 0,69 1,38 2,7 5,5 8,3 11 13,8 16,6 +0/-20%
tipos de calibradores. Consulte la
tr a 10 x Ir 0,72 0,73 0,73 1,41 2,82 4,24 5,45 7,06 8,48 +0/-20%
sección 6 “Sustitución del calibrador
ajustable” para obtener información tr a 1,5 x Ir 164,5 329 658 1316 2632 3950 5265 6581 7900 +0/-30%
sobre cómo sustituirlo. tr a 6 x Ir 0,73 1 2 4 8 12 16 20 24 +0/-20%
HVF
• La protección de tiempo largo utiliza tr a 7,2 x Ir 0,72 0,73 1,13 1,42 3,85 5,78 7,71 9,64 11,57 +0/-20%
medición de rcm verdadera.
tr a 10 x Ir 0,72 0,72 0,73 0,73 1,02 1,53 2,04 2,56 3,07 +0/-20%
Imágenes térmicas proporcionan 1Ir= In x activación de tiempo largo. In = valor nominal del sensor. Umbral de disparo
información sobre el estado continuo de entre 1,05 y 1,20 Ir.
elevación de la temperatura del 2Tolerancia = +0/-60%
cableado, antes y después de dispararse 3Tolerancia = +0/-40%

el dispositivo. Esto permite al interruptor


responder a una serie de condiciones de
sobrecarga que podrían provocar el
sobrecalentamiento del conductor, las
cuales podrían pasar desapercibidas si
se restablece el circuito de tiempo largo
cada vez que la carga desciende por
debajo del ajuste de activación o
después de cada disparo.
NOTA: Cuando verifique los tiempos
de disparo, espere por lo menos 15
minutos después de haberse
disparado el interruptor y antes de
restablecerse para permitir que se
restablezca completamente en cero
la imagen térmica o utilice un equipo
de pruebas para inhibirla.

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Protección instantánea Figura 5 – Selectores de protección instantánea


Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 5.0P Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P
La protección instantánea protege al long time

equipo contra cortocircuitos sin retardo de


long time
Ir .8 tr 8
alarm Ir .8 tr 8
alarm
.7 .9 (s) 4 12 .7 .9 (s) 4 12
.6 .95 2 16 .6 .95 2 16
tiempo intencional. .5
.4
x In
1
.98 1
.5
20
24
@ 6 Ir
.5
.4
x In
1
.98 1
.5
20
24
@ 6 Ir

• La protección instantánea (Ii) (A) es


short time instantaneous short time instantaneous
Isd tsd Ii Isd tsd Ii
3
4
5 (s) .4 . 4 .3 6 8 10 3
4
5 (s) .4 .4 .3 6 8 10
.3 .2 .3 .2
una función estándar en todas las
2.5 6 4 12 2.5 6 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3 15 2 8 .2 .1 3 15
1.5 10 .1 0 2 off
A 1.5 10 .1 0 2 off
A
unidades de disparo.
2 2
x Ir on I t off x In x Ir on I t off x In
setting delay setting delay
test
Ig tg
.4 .4 .3
• La protección instantánea se basa en
E (s)
D F
C G .3 .2
B H .2 .1
los valores nominales del sensor (In) A J
on
.1 2
I t
0
off

del interruptor.
ground fault
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In 2000 A In 2000 A
• Se emite un comando de apertura del
interruptor tan pronto se excede la Tabla 3 – Valores de protección instantánea de la unidad de
corriente de umbral. disparo MicroLogic
• La protección instantánea utiliza los Ajuste Corriente de irrupción
valores de medición de la corriente
pico. Ii (= In x..) 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 15 off

• Cuando se ajusta en “off” el selector de Ii = protección instantánea. In = valor nominal del sensor. Precisión de activación ±
protección instantánea, ésta queda 10%
inhabilitada.

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Protección contra fallas a tierra del Figura 6 – Selectores de protección contra fallas a tierra
equipo Unidad de disparo MicroLogic 6.0P
long time

La protección contra fallas a tierra del


Ir .8 tr 8
alarm
.7 .9 (s) 4 12
.6 .95 2 16

equipo protege a los conductores contra


.5 .98 1 20
.4 1 .5 24
x In @ 6 Ir

sobrecalentamiento y fallas de las Isd


short time
4
tsd
(s) .4 .4 .3
Ii
instantaneous

6 8 10
corrientes de falla a tierra (1 200 A).
3 5
2.5 6 .3 .2 4 12
2 8 .2 .1 3 15
1.5 10 .1 2 0 2 off
x Ir on I t off x In
• La protección contra fallas a tierra del Ig
setting
tg
delay
test

.4 .4 .3
equipo es una función estándar en las
E (s)
D F
C G .3 .2
B H .2 .1
unidades de disparo 6.0P. A J .1 2
0

ESPAÑOL
A
on I t off
ground fault

• La activación de falla a tierra (Ig) (A) In 2000 A


ajusta el nivel de la corriente de falla a B
tierra cuando se dispara el interruptor Tabla 4 – Valores de activación de falla a tierra de la unidad
después de transcurrido un retardo de de disparo MicroLogic
tiempo predefinido.
• El retardo de falla a tierra (tg) (B) ajusta Ig (= In x....) A B C D E F G H J
el período durante el cual el interruptor In  400 A 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
llevará una corriente de falla a tierra por
400 A < In  1 200 A 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1
encima del nivel de activación de la
corriente de falla a tierra antes de In > 1 200 A 500 A 640 A 720 A 800 A 880 A 960 A 1 040 A 1 120 A 1 200 A
dispararse. In = valor nominal del sensor. Ig = activación de falla a tierra.
• Es posible utilizar un enclavamiento
selectivo de zona (ZSI) en la protección
contra fallas a tierra del equipo con los Tabla 5 – Valores de retardo de falla a tierra de la unidad de
interruptores de corriente ascendente o disparo MicroLogic
descendente. Al ajustar en 0 el retardo Ajuste Retardo de falla a tierra
de falla a tierra (tg), se desactiva el
enclavamiento selectivo de zona. I2t off (ms en In) (segundos) 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4
• Las protecciones neutra y contra fallas I2t on (ms en In) (segundos) – 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4
a tierra del equipo son independientes tsd (disparo mín.) (milisegundos) 20 80 140 230 350
y pueden funcionar simultáneamente.
tsd (disparo máx.) (milisegundos) 80 140 200 320 500
NOTA: Utilice I2t off con ZSI para
obtener una coordinación correcta. No
se recomienda utilizar I2t on con ZSI ya
que, debido al retardo en el dispositivo
de corriente ascendente que recibela
señal de restricción, es posible que se
dispare la unidad en un período más
corto que el indicado en la curva de
disparo publicada.

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Configuración de la unidad de disparo MicroLogic


Alimentación de control
La unidad de disparo P ha sido diseñada para usarse con una fuente de
alimentación externa de 24 Va (c.d.). La pantalla de cristal líquido grande que usa
la unidad de disparo P necesita demasiada corriente para ser energizada por el
flujo de corriente que pasa por el interruptor automático.
La unidad de disparo P tiene una fuente de alimentación de tensión del circuito que
energizará la unidad de disparo cuando hay aproximadamente 150 V~ (c.a.) o más
entre las dos fases. La configuración estándar para las sondas de tensión dentro
del interruptor automático se encuentra en las conexiones en la parte inferior. Si el
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interruptor automático está abierto en una aplicación de alimentación por la parte


superior, no habrá tensión en la parte inferior del interruptor y la unidad de disparo
no estará energizada.
Las siguientes funciones estarán energizadas y disponibles aun cuando la unidad
de disparo no sea alimentada con una fuente externa:
• Protección contra fallas para las funciones LSIG. La unidad de disparo P está
completamente energizada por el circuito para protegerla contra fallas.
• LED indicador de disparo (energizado por una batería integrada). La función
exclusiva de la batería es proporcionar una indicación por LED cuando todas la
demás fuentes de alimentación están desconectadas.
• El botón de disparo por falla a tierra funciona para pruebas de falla a tierra
cuando la unidad de disparo es energizada por la fuente de alimentación de
tensión del circuito. El botón de disparo por falla a tierra también funciona
cuando un equipo de pruebas de plenas funciones o portátil está energizando
la unidad de disparo.
Las siguientes funciones estarán energizadas y disponibles con alimentación
externa:
• Todas las funciones anteriores que están disponibles sin alimentación externa.
• La pantalla de cristal líquido y la contraluz funcionan correctamente. La
intensidad de la contraluz no se puede controlar ni ajustar, y puede ser
diferente en cada unidad de disparo.
• Todas las funciones de medición, supervisión y registros cronológicos de
historial están disponibles.
• Las comunicaciones entre la unidad de disparo y los módulos de contactos
programables M2C y M6C son energizadas por una fuente de alimentación de
24 Va (c.d.) en F1 y F2. El módulo M6C también necesita una fuente de
alimentación externa de 24 Va (c.d.).
• Los módulos de comunicaciones Modbus funcionan empleando una fuente de
alimentación independiente de 24 Va (c.d.) para el módulo de comunicaciones
del interruptor automático. Esta fuente de alimentación independiente de 24 Va
(c.d.) es necesaria para mantener el aislamiento entre la unidad de disparo y el
módulo de comunicaciones.
• El botón de disparo por falla a tierra también funciona cuando un equipo de
pruebas de plenas funciones o portátil está energizando la unidad de disparo.

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Fuente de alimentación externa

PRECAUCIÓN
PELIGRO DE DESCARGA ELÉCTRICA, DESTELLO POR ARQUEO O DAÑO
AL EQUIPO
La unidad de disparo y el módulo de comunicaciones deberán utilizar fuentes de
alimentación independientes.
El incumplimiento de esta instrucción puede causar lesiones personales o
daño al equipo.

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La unidad de disparo se puede energizar con:
• una fuente de alimentación externa de 24 V (c.d.), recomendada.
• más de 150 V en las terminales inferiores del interruptor automático, en dos
fases.
• más de 150 V en las terminales superiores del interruptor automático con
opción de tensión externa.

Tabla 6 – Especificaciones de la fuente de alimentación

Función Especificación
Alimentación únicamente para la unidad de disparo 24 Va (c.d.), 50 mA
Aislamiento mínimo de entrada a salida 2 400 V
Salida (incluyendo una ondulación máx. del 1%) ±5%
Rigidez dieléctrica (entrada/salida) 3 kV rcm

Conexiones UC3
Conexiones F1 (-)
24 Va (c.d.)
F2 (+)

La fuente de alimentación se utiliza para:


visualizar gráficos en pantalla cuando el interruptor automático está abierto y es
alimentado por la parte superior.
conectar una alarma a una salida de relevador.
conservar la fecha y hora mientras el interruptor automático está abierto.

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Configuración MicroLogic
Utilice el menú de servicio de mantenimiento presionando la llave
para tuercas.

Configuración de MicroLogic Figura 7 – Configuración MicroLogic

Configurar
NOTA: Si la unidad de disparo está History MicroLogic
conectada a una red de comunicación logs
Contacts
que proporciona la sincronización de M2C / M6C
Idioma Selecciona el idioma de las pantallas

fecha y hora, no es posible configurar Micrologic Fecha/hora Configura la fecha y hora


la fecha y hora desde la unidad de setup
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Permite ingresar la información acerca del


disparo. Metering
setup Selección interruptor en el que está instalada la
interruptor
unidad de disparo
Consulte la página 40 para obtener las Com.
Signo Selecciona la dirección del signo de potencia
setup
instrucciones paso a paso para configurar potencia para los menús de medición
la unidad de disparo MicroLogic. Transfo de Selecciona la razón de tensión, si no está
tensión presente un transformador de tensión
Consulte la Sección 3 en la página 37 para externo, seleccione 690:690
Frecuencia
obtener otras instrucciones de de red
Selecciona la frecuencia del sistema
configuración de la unidad de disparo.

Protección avanzada
Protección neutra

La protección neutra protege a los PRECAUCIÓN


conductores del neutro contra el PELIGRO DE DAÑO AL EQUIPO.
sobrecalentamiento.
Si se ajusta en 4P3D el selector de polo neutro de un interruptor de
• Es posible obtener una protección cuatro polos, la corriente del neutro no deberá exceder la corriente
neutra con un dispositivo de tres polos nominal del interruptor.
si se utiliza un transformador de
Seleccione un transformador de corriente al neutro de tamaño
corriente al neutro.
adecuado para un interruptor de tres polos con protección neutra
— Ajuste el neutro con la terminal de mayor (1,6N).
programación y ajustes de la El incumplimiento de esta instrucción puede causar daño al equipo.
unidad de disparo.
— Ajustes posibles: OFF, N/2, N o
1.6N.
— Ajuste de fábrica: OFF.
— La protección neutra mayor (1,6N)
requiere un transformador de
corriente al neutro de mayor
tamaño.

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• Seleccione el tipo de sistema en el Figura 8 – Selector de neutro de un interruptor de cuatro


selector de neutro de un interruptor de polos
cuatro polos (vea la figura 8).
Ajustes de protección neutra
— Realice ajustes precisos a través para un interruptor de cuatro
de la terminal de programación y 4P
4D polos
ajustes de la unidad de disparo; sin
embargo, seleccione el límite Ajustes
disponibles a
superior de ajuste con el selector
Selector del través de la
del interruptor.
interuptor terminal de
— Ajuste de fábrica: 4P4D. programación

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y ajustes

4P 3D Off, N/2, N

3P N/2 N/2

4P 4D N/2, N

• La protección neutra para conductores Tabla 7 – Tipo de protección para la unidad de disparo
tiene cuatro ajustes posibles: MicroLogic
— Off—Desactivación de la Activación de Activación de Activación de
Instantánea
protección neutra. tiempo largo tiempo corto falla a tierra
— N/2—La capacidad del conductor Ajust
Unida
neutro es la mitad de la de los e Unidad Unidad Unidad
Neutr d de Neutr Neutr
conductores de línea. de de Neutra de
a dispar a a
disparo disparo disparo
— N—La capacidad del conductor o
neutro es la misma que la de los
Ningun Ningun Ningun Ningun
conductores de línea. OFF Ir
a
Isd
a
Ii
a
Ig
a
— 1.6N—La capacidad del conductor
N/2 Ir 1/2 Ir Isd 1/2 Isd Ii Ii Ig Ig
neutro es 1,6 veces la de los
conductores de línea (interruptores N Ir Ir Isd Isd Ii Ii Ig Ig
de tres polos solamente). 1,6 x
1.6N Ir 1,6 x Ir Isd Ii Ii Ig Ig
Isd*

*Limitado en 10 x In, según el límite de la gama.

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