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Hydraulic Mining Excavators CAMP/ SIL – Electric System CAT-6040FS AC Motor Protection Relay Sebastian Fillinger
Hydraulic Mining Excavators
CAMP/ SIL – Electric System CAT-6040FS AC
Motor Protection Relay
Sebastian Fillinger - 2014

Motor Protection Relay - MPR

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Motor Protection Relay - MPR Service Training

The MPR evaluates the actual operating conditions of the electric motor against stored limit values. The MPR data is displayed by the BCS

Overcurrent Indication and trip

Voltage Alarm and trip on undervoltage

Unbalance Alarm and trip on slope load (wrong load)

Frequency Alarm and trip

Overload Indication and trip when the the motor bearings and windings overheats

Ground Fault Indication and trip

Motor Protection Indication and trip

the the motor bearings and windings overheats Ground Fault Indication and trip Motor Protection Indication and

MPR - Front Panel

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MPR - Front Panel Service Training
RUN / ERROR LED Lit when the relay is operational or not Vacuum Fluorescent Display
RUN / ERROR LED
Lit when the relay is operational
or not
Vacuum Fluorescent Display
Front Panel Push Buttons
View real-time and historic
information; view relay settings
Control the front panel display and
enter relay settings.
Trip Target LEDs
Target LEDs flash to indicate
alarm conditions; steady on to
indicate the cause of the latest
trip
Trip reset / Lamp test Button
Close / Trip Buttons
Reset a trip or check the Lamps
Not used
USB Port
Access all relay data, control
and setting functions quickly
using a PC, USB cable and
SIEMENS Digsi software

MPR - Front Panel Screen 1

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MPR - Front Panel Screen 1 Service Training
Current Phases Voltage Phases Phase 1 to Phase 2 Phase 2 to Phase 3 Phase
Current Phases
Voltage Phases
Phase 1 to Phase 2
Phase 2 to Phase 3
Phase 3 to Phase 1
Leakage Current
Frequency
ESC Button
to enter the Menu
ENTER Button
to enter the Menu
UP / DOWN Buttons
to jump into the next screen

MPR - Front Panel Screen 2

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MPR - Front Panel Screen 2 Service Training
Current Phase1 Voltage Phase1 to Ground Active Power Reactive Power Apparent Power Power Factor ESC
Current Phase1
Voltage Phase1 to Ground
Active Power
Reactive Power
Apparent Power
Power Factor
ESC Button
to enter the Menu
ENTER Button
to enter the Menu
UP / DOWN Buttons
to jump into the next screen

MPR - Front Panel Screen 3

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MPR - Front Panel Screen 3 Service Training
Active Power
Active Power
MPR - Front Panel Screen 3 Service Training Active Power Voltage Phases Phase 1 to Phase

Voltage Phases

Phase 1 to Phase 2 Phase 2 to Phase 3 Phase 3 to Phase 1

Reactive Power
Reactive Power
Apparent Power Frequency Power Factor
Apparent Power
Frequency
Power Factor

Current Phases

ESC Button to enter the Menu UP / DOWN Buttons to jump into the next
ESC Button
to enter the Menu
UP / DOWN Buttons
to jump into the next screen
ENTER Button to enter the Menu
ENTER Button
to enter the Menu

MPR - Front Panel Screen 4

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MPR - Front Panel Screen 4 Service Training
Current Phases MAX. Current during lifetime Leakage Current Frequency ESC Button to enter the Menu
Current Phases
MAX. Current during lifetime
Leakage Current
Frequency
ESC Button
to enter the Menu
ENTER Button
to enter the Menu
UP / DOWN Buttons
to jump into the next screen

MPR - Front Panel Screen 5

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MPR - Front Panel Screen 5 Service Training
Current Phases Leakage Current Frequency ESC Button to enter the Menu ENTER Button to enter
Current Phases
Leakage Current
Frequency
ESC Button
to enter the Menu
ENTER Button
to enter the Menu
UP / DOWN Buttons
to jump into the next screen

MPR - Front Panel Menu

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MPR - Front Panel Menu Service Training
Annuniation Check error messages etc. Measurement Check Min/Max data; winding temperatures etc. Control Cannot be
Annuniation
Check error messages etc.
Measurement
Check Min/Max data; winding
temperatures etc.
Control
Cannot be changed without
Code
Settings
Cannot be changed
ESC Button
to enter Screen 1
ENTER Button
to enter an application level
UP / DOWN Buttons
to select an application level

MPR - Front Panel Menu

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MPR - Front Panel Menu Service Training
Test/ Diagnosis Cannot entered without Code ESC Button to enter Screen 1 ENTER Button to
Test/ Diagnosis
Cannot entered without Code
ESC Button
to enter Screen 1
ENTER Button
to enter an application level
UP / DOWN Buttons
to select an application level

MPR - Front Panel Target Leds

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MPR - Front Panel Target Leds Service Training
MPR - Front Panel Target Leds Service Training 11
MPR - Front Panel Target Leds Service Training 11

Safety Temperature Relay for Board Transformer

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Safety Temperature Relay for Board Transformer Service Training

Board transformer with one thermo couple (PT100) for each winding

transformer with one thermo couple (PT100) for each winding Safety Temperature Relay Motor Protection Relay to

Safety Temperature Relay

Motor Protection Relay

to motor protection relay
to motor protection
relay
Relay Motor Protection Relay to motor protection relay If the winding temperature from the board transformer

If the winding temperature from the board transformer exceeds 150C, the Safety temperature Relay gives a signal to the motor protection relay. The motor protection relay is disconnecting the main switch. (The transformer temperature you can see on the screen from the temperature relay which is located in the 400V-cabinet)

How to program the Safety Temperature Relay?

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How to program the Safety Temperature Relay? Service Training
Screen UP/DOWN Buttons Rotary Switch
Screen
UP/DOWN
Buttons
Rotary
Switch

1. Turn the rotary switch on „sensor type“ and push the „UP/DOWN buttons“ until the number „100“ for PT100 comes up on screen.

2. Turn the „rotary switch“ on „Sensor NO“ and push the „UP/DOWN buttons until the number „3“ for 3 sensors comes up on screen.

3. Turn the „rotary switch“ on „ϑ 1“ and push the „UP/DOWN buttpns“ until the number „150“ for 150°C comes up on screen.

4. Turn the „rotary switch“ on „ϑ 2“ and push the „UP/DOWN buttons“ until the number „150“ for 150°C comes up on screen.

5. Turn the „rotary switch“ on run

6. The relay is ready when green lamp flashes.

MPR - Tripping Configuration

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MPR - Tripping Configuration Service Training
Overvoltage Undervoltage Overcurrent Slope Load Frequency Overload Winding Temperature Rotating Field OR Motor
Overvoltage
Undervoltage
Overcurrent
Slope Load
Frequency
Overload
Winding Temperature
Rotating Field
OR
Motor Stop
Failure
Failure
Undervoltage Overcurrent Slope Load Frequency Overload Winding Temperature Rotating Field OR Motor Stop Failure 14
Undervoltage Overcurrent Slope Load Frequency Overload Winding Temperature Rotating Field OR Motor Stop Failure 14
Undervoltage Overcurrent Slope Load Frequency Overload Winding Temperature Rotating Field OR Motor Stop Failure 14
Undervoltage Overcurrent Slope Load Frequency Overload Winding Temperature Rotating Field OR Motor Stop Failure 14
Undervoltage Overcurrent Slope Load Frequency Overload Winding Temperature Rotating Field OR Motor Stop Failure 14

MPR - Tripping Configuration

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MPR - Tripping Configuration Service Training
OR Ground Fault Main Switch interruption Temperatur Board Transformer
OR
Ground Fault
Main Switch interruption
Temperatur Board
Transformer
Failure
Failure
Configuration Service Training OR Ground Fault Main Switch interruption Temperatur Board Transformer Failure 15
Configuration Service Training OR Ground Fault Main Switch interruption Temperatur Board Transformer Failure 15
Configuration Service Training OR Ground Fault Main Switch interruption Temperatur Board Transformer Failure 15

Questions?

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Questions? Service Training

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Questions? Service Training Questions are free of charge!!! 16