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TeSys T Motor Management System

Catalog

2008

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Contents

TeSys T Motor Management System

TeSys T controllers and expansion modules


b General: motor and machine protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 2 and 3 TeSys T controllers selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 4 and 5 b Presentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 6 to 7 b Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 8 to 10 b Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 11 to 13 b Topology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 13 and 14 b Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 15 and 16 b Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 17 to 20 b Tripping curves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 21 b References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 22 to 25 b Dimensions, mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 26 and 27 b Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 28 to 31 b Combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 32 b Substitution table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 32

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General

Protection components
Motor and machine protection

Exceeding the operating limits of an electric motor will eventually lead to destruction of the motor itself as well as the mechanisms it drives. Exceeding these limits can be the cause of electrical or mechanical faults. b Electrical faults: v overvoltage, voltage drop, imbalance and phase failure which cause variations in the current drawn, v short-circuits which can cause the current to reach levels capable of exceeding the operating limits. b Mechanical faults: v locked rotor, v brief or prolonged overload which leads to an increase in the current drawn by the motor, and therefore overheating. The cost of these faults includes loss of production, loss of raw materials, repair of the production tool, poor quality of production and delays in delivery. These faults can also result in possible dramatic consequences to the safety of people in direct or indirect contact with the motor. To prevent these faults, protection measures are necessary. They make it possible to isolate the equipment to be protected from the main supply, by measuring electrical values such as voltage, and current. Each motor starter must have: b short-circuit protection, to quickly detect and break abnormal currents generally greater than 10 times the rated full load current (FLC). b overload protection, to detect increases in current up to about 0 times the full load current (FLC) and to switch off the starter before overheating of the motor and conductors damages the insulation. This protection is provided by specific devices such as fuses, circuit breakers and thermal overload relays, or by more integrated devices offering several types of protection.

Introduction

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General (continued)

Protection components
Motor and machine protection

Causes, effects and consequences of detected faults

There are two types of detected faults: b Internal conditions within the motor. b External conditions: these are located outside the electric motor but their consequences can lead to damage inside the motor.
Effects Consequences on the motor and on the machine

Faults

Cause

Contact between several phases, or between one phase and neutral or between several turns of the same phase. Overvoltage b Lightning b Electrostatic discharge b Operation Phase imbalance b Opening of a phase and phase failure b Single-phase load upstream of the motor b Short-circuit between the turns of the same winding High starting b Failure of the automation system frequency b Too many manual control operations b Numerous fault trips Voltage b Instability of the mains voltage variations b Connection of heavy loads Harmonics Long starting time Jamming No-load running Frequency fluctuations Overload

Short-circuit

b Current peak b Electrodynamic forces on the conductors Dielectric breakdown in the windings

Destruction of windings

Destruction of the windings due to loss of insulation

b Reduction of usable torque, efficiency Overheating (1) and speed b Increase in losses b Starting impossible if phase failure High stator and rotor temperature rise due to the frequent start current b Reduction of usable torque b Increase in losses Overheating (1) Consequences on the process Overheating (1) Overheating (1) Overheating (1) Overheating (1) Consequences on the process Consequences on the process

Pollution of the mains supply by b Reduction of usable torque variable speed drives, inverters, etc... b Increase in losses b Resistive torque too high (load too heavy) b Voltage drop b Mechanical problem (crusher) b Seizures b Pump running empty b Mechanical break in drive to the load b Overload of a supply powered by limited independent sources b Faulty alternator speed regulator b Increase in resistive torque b Voltage drop b Drop in power factor Increase in starting time Overcurrent Drop in current drawn

b Increase in losses b Interferes with synchronous devices (clock, recorder, ...) Increase in current consumption

Overheating (1)

Loss of machine excitation

b Significant drop in excitation current b Increase in active power b Break in rotor winding b Drop in power factor

Significant overheating of rotor and cage

(1) Then, in the longer term, depending on the seriousness of the fault and/or its frequency, short-circuit and destruction of the windings .


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Selection guide

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Applications

Multifunction motor and machine protection

Device type

Controllers

For network/bus

Modbus protocol

CANopen

DeviceNet

Profibus DP

Ethernet TCP/IP

Current range

0.4100 A (with internal current transformer) 1001000 A (with external current transformer)

Control voltage

c 2 V a 100240 V

Number of I/O

6 inputs  outputs

Measurements

- Current between phases - Ground fault. - Motor temperature. Protection and monitoring functions: - thermal overload - motor temperature monitoring - phase imbalance and phase failure - locked rotor - long start times - phase reversal - ground fault

Functions

Device type

LTM RppMpp

LTM RppCpp

LTM RppDpp

LTM RppPpp

LTM RppEpp

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Input extension modules, for all LTM R controllers

Operator control unit

c 2 V (1)

a 100240 V (1)

Powered via the LTM R controller or via the LTM E extension module.

 independent inputs

Voltage between phases

Monitoring functions: - voltage, - power, - Cos jj (power factor)

Display functions: - measurements, - faults and alarms, - statistics, etc..j.

LTM EV40BD

LTM EV40FM

LTM CU

9 (1) Input control voltage . The electronics are powered via the controller .


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Presentation

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

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087

The TeSys T motor management system provides protection, metering and monitoring functions for single-phase and 3-phase, constant speed, AC motors up to 1000 A. Suitable for harsh applications, this product range offers: b high-performance multifunction protection, independent of the automation system, b a local HMI control unit for reading, displaying and modifying the parameters monitored, diagnostics, etc..... b configuration of the application using PowerSuite Version 2.5 software, b connection to the automation system via a communication network (selection according to various protocols). 3 1 LTM EV0BD expansion module 2 LTM R08MBD controller 3 LTMCC00 connector Application The TeSys T motor management system is used for motor control and protection to avoid costly downtime in harsh industrial applications, such as oil and gas, the chemical industry, water treatment, metal, minerals and mining, pharmaceutical industry, microelectronics, tunnels, and airports. With the TeSys T motor management system, untimely stoppages of a process associated with a motor are anticipated via predictive analysis of fault situations. Fault tripping is therefore reduced to a minimum. Its use in motor control panels makes it possible to: b increase the operational availability of installations, b improve flexibility from project design through to implementation, b increase productivity by making available all information needed to run the system. The TeSys motor management system integrates perfectly with Schneider Electric low voltage equipment such as Model 6 and TDM2 switchgear.

Presentation

NEMA

or

IEC

3 4

M 3

1 2 3 4 6

Magnetic circuit breaker Contactor Controller with expansion module Operator control unit

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Presentation (continued)

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

086

LTM R08MBD

Composition of the motor management system The system comprises: b an LTM R motor management controller v with integral current transformer up to 100 A, v above 100 A, by external current transformer up to 1000 A, b an LTM E expansion module, b an LTM CU operator control unit, b configuration software incorporated in the PowerSuite software version 2.5 application, b accessories for system setup. Communication The LTM R controller is equipped with a communication interface to allow remote monitoring and control of the motor. All motor information is then available at automation system level. The following networks are available: b Modbus , CANopen, DeviceNet, ProfiBus DP and Ethernet communication systems . TeSys T system functions The TeSys T system provides the following protection functions: b thermal overload, b phase imbalance and phase failure, b thermal motor protection via PTC probes, b phase reversal, b ground faults, b long starting times and motor stalling, b automatic load shedding and restarting, b load fluctuations (current, voltage, power) b variations of Cos j (power factor). Metering functions b Measurements (rms values): v current on the  phases, v voltage on the 3 phases (shedding), v motor temperature, v ground fault, b Values calculated: v average current, v frequency, v Cos j (power factor), power, power consumption... Motor control functions A motor managed by the TeSys T management system can be controlled: b locally, using the logic inputs present on the product, or via the HMI terminal b remotely, via the network (connection by terminal block or connector except for DeviceNet: terminal block only)., Motor control modes 5 predefined motor control modes are incorporated into the controller: b overload mode: monitoring of motors whose control is not managed by the controller, b independent mode: starting of non-reversing motors, b reverser mode: starting of reversing motors, b 2-step mode: 2-step starting of motors (star-delta, by autotransformer and by resistor), b 2-speed mode: 2-speed starting of motors (Dahlander, pole changer). A 6th Custom mode is available to allow the user to create a specific motor control mode that is not predefined in the controller. Statistical and diagnostic functions b fault statistics: counters per type of protection and history of the last  faults, b motor statistics: saving of motor statistics values, b diagnosis of faults affecting correct operation of the product.

Presentation (continued)

086

LTM EV40BD

6860

LTM CU

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Description

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

The LTM R controller The controller is the central component in the motor management system. It manages the basic functions such as: b measurement of single phase and -phase current via integral current transformers from 0.4 to 100 A (up to 1000 A by external current transformers), b measurement of ground current by external ground fault toroid. b measurement of motor temperature by PTC probe, b inputs and outputs for the various motor control modes, fault management and associated functions. Characteristics As standard, the controller manages the following predefined control mode functions: b overload mode, b independent mode, b reverser mode, b 2-speed mode, b 2-step mode, b Custom mode. Supply 2 types of controller power supply are available: b c 2 V, b a 100240 V. Current ranges 3 current ranges allow measurement of motor current from 0.4 to 100 A: b 0.48 A, b 1.3527 A, b 5100 A. For currents above 100 A use external current transformers. Choose the 0.48 A range (1 or 5 A current transformer secondary). Inputs b 6 discrete logic inputs. Outputs b 3 relay logic outputs (1 N.O.) b 1 relay output for fault signalling (1 N.O. + 1 N.C.) Measurements b connections for a temperature probe, b connections for an ground fault toroid. LTM E expansion module The expansion module adds the following functionalities to the TeSys T controller: b voltage measurement on the 3 phases. This enables it to calculate numerous motor monitoring parameters (power, frequency, Cos j ), b 4 additional inputs. Characteristics Inputs b 4 discrete logic inputs (independent). Power supplies b 2 types of power supply for the inputs: c 2 V and a 100240 V. A c 2 V controller can be assembled with a a 100240 V expansion module and vice versa. Voltage measurement between phases up to 690 V nominal.

Description

087

LTM Rpp

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Description (continued)

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

568605

Human/Machine Interfaces (HMI) Depending on the application, 2 types of HMI can be used with the LTM R controller. b The LTM CU operator control unit: v Entirely dedicated to the TeSys T range, v Setting and control/monitoring of 1 to 1 LTM R controller. b A Magelis XBT N410 terminal v For setting and monitoring of 1 to 8 LTM R controllers. LTM CU operator control unit Dedicated exclusively to TeSys T controllers, control unit LTM CU makes it possible to: b Configure the parameters of the LTM R controller b Display information on controller configuration and operation. b Monitor the alarms and faults generated by the controller. b Local control of the motor via the local control interface (keys can be customized). Three different languages can be loaded into the LTM CU controller at the same time. By default, these 3 languages are: English, French and Spanish. Note: English is the only compulsory language. A language download utility (LangTool), along with files for other languages, is available at www.schneider-electric.com. This tool allows the user to customize the languages in the LTM CU control unit. The LTM CU HMI control unit has an RJ45 port, protected by a flexible cover to provide a good level of protection (IP54). This port on the front panel allows connection to a PC, via a connecting cable, in order to use PowerSuite software. The control unit then acts as a transmitter and all information can then be viewed in the PowerSuite software. The Magelis XBT N410 HMI terminal Two applications have been predefined for the TeSys T management system . Depending on the application loaded, the HMI terminal makes it possible to: b configure and monitor a motor starter. b monitor and modify certain parameters on up to 8 motor starters. XBT L1000 programming software is needed for loading applications into the HMI terminal. These applications are available at the following websites: www.squared.com, and www.us.telemanique.com.

Description (continued)

LTM CU


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Description (continued)

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

LTM R controllers
Modbus protocol 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

DeviceNet 1 2 3 4 5 7

Controllers feature the following on their front panel: 1 2 3 4 Controller power supply. Input connections. Fault outputs (N.O.+N.C.). Port for connection to the HMI terminal, a PC or an expansion module (RJ45). 5 Controller status LEDs. 6 Network port for connection to the network by connector (except DeviceNet). 7 Test/Reset button. 8 Connection to the network by terminal block. 9 Connection for a ground fault toroid and temperature probes. 10 Outputs for motor control mode function.

8 9 10 Profibus DP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CANopen 1 2

8 9 10 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 Ethernet TCP/IP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6

8 9 10

9 10

(1) Connection using power expansion (daisychaining) is possible for Ethernet.

LTM EV40pp expansion modules


1 2 3 4

LTM CU operator control unit


1

3 5 Expansion modules have the following on their front face: 1 Inputs for voltage measurement. 2 Port for connection to the HMI terminal or to the PC. 3 Port for connection to the controller. 4 Expansion module status LEDs. 5 Connection of additional inputs. 10
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4 The control unit has the following on its front face: 1 LCD display screen 2 Local control interface including control keys and LEDs. 3 RJ45 port on front panel for connection to a PC (protected by a cover). 4 Contextual navigation keys.

Functions

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Thermal and current protection functions


Functions Description Setting range Controller LTM R Controller Alarm and expansion threshold module (LTM R + LTM E) Fault threshold

Thermal overload: thermal protection of motor by monitoring current consumption Motor temperature: thermal monitoring of the motor using temperature probes (winding, paper...). Up to 3 sensors in series. Phase imbalance: monitors the symmetry of currents. To be used for imbalance < 80% of the average current (1). Phase failure: monitors the symmetry of currents. To be used for imbalance < 80% of the average current (1). Phase reversal: signals when the phase sequence is different from the defined sequence (motor running). Long starting time: monitors the motor starting time Locked rotor: locking detected by a sudden increase in current after the start phase Min/max current load limit variations: monitors motor load through variations of current around preset thresholds.

Class: , 0, , 20, 2, 30. Inverse definite time PTC binary PTC/NTC analog: 20 6500 Ohm 1070% I average 0.220 s 0.130 s A-B-C A-C-B 100800 % of FLC (2) 1200 s 100800 % of FLC (2) 130 s min.: 30100 % of FLC (2) 1200 s max.: 20800 % of FLC (2) 1250 s internal: 20500 % min FLC (2) 0.0525 s external: 0.0210 A 0.0525 s 0999.9 s

Ground fault: signals internal insulation faults, by vectorial summing of external currents, via ground fault toroid.

Frequent starting (rapid cycling): Protects the motor against overheating due to frequent starting.

Voltage and power protection functions


Phase imbalance: monitors the symmetry of voltage between phases. To be used for imbalance < 0 % of the average voltage (3). Phase failure: monitors the symmetry of voltage between phases. To be used for imbalance > 0 % of the average voltage (3). Phase reversal: signals when the phase sequence is different from the defined sequence (motor stopped). Voltage variations. Min/max voltage limits: monitors voltage variations around preset thresholds. 315 % 0.220 s 0.130 s A-B-C A-C-B min.: 7099 % 0.225 s max.: 101115 % 0.225 s 68115 % 19999 s 20800 % 0100 s 01025 s

Load shedding: opens outputs O.1 and O.2 if voltage drops below a preset threshold. Power variations. Min/max power limits: monitors power variations around preset thresholds. Variations of Cos j. Min/max limits of Cos j : monitors variations of Cos j around preset thresholds. Function performed.

(1) Average current value measured on the 3 phases . (2) FLC: Full Load Current (setting current) . (3) Average voltage value measured on the 3 phases .


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Functions (continued)

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Motor control functions


Functions Control modes Description Local, via terminal block Local, via HMI terminal (1) Remote, via network Overload Independent Reverser 2-step 2-speed "Custom" mode Manual reset Automatic reset Remote reset With controller LTM R X X X X X X X X X X X X With controller LTM R and expansion module LTM E X X X X X X X X X X X X

Operating modes

Fault management

Metering functions and statistics


Functions Measurements (2) Description Measurement range Current/Phase 0.081000 A Ground current 0.1633 x CT ratio Average current 0.081000 A Current imbalance between 0200 % phases Thermal capacity level 0200 % X Motor temperature rise 06500 Ohm X Frequency 0 100 Hz Voltage between phases a 0830 V Voltage imbalance between 0200 % phases Active power 06553.5 kW (08788.3 hp) Reactive power 06553.5 kWr (8788.3 hp) 0100 Cos j (power factor) Active power consumption 0400 kWh (536.4 hp) Reactive power consumption 0400 kWrh (536.4 hp) Protection fault counters Protection alarm counters Diagnostic fault counters Motor control function counters Fault history Internal watchdog fault Controller internal temperature Temperature sensor connection Current connection Voltage connection Motor control commands (start, stop, run check back and stop check back) Control configuration checksum Loss of communication Number of motor control commands (O.1/O.2 starts) Operating time Number of starts/hour Maximum current (I) of last start Duration of last start Time to trip Time to restart Run, ON, Start, alarm, fault. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (1) HMI: Human Machine Interface . See measurement details page 8 . With controller LTM R X X X X With controller LTM R and expansion module LTM E X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Fault statistics

Fault diagnostics

Motor statistics

Thermal overload statistics

System operating statistics

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Functions (continued), Topology

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Service classes offered by Modbus TCP/IP communications


Class Basic Web server Basic communications services Ethernet TCP/IP Ethernet TCP/IP communication advanced management services I/O Scanning Global Data Client FDR (1) A 20 ETH10/100 + FTP server Yes Modbus communication system; messaging (read/write of data words) Yes No Automatic monitoring and updating of product parameter configuration. Automatic assignment of IP address and network parameters. Yes

SNMP network administrator (2)

TeSys T

TeSys T

Ethernet: different network topologies


Star topology In a star topology, all the peripherals are linked via an intermediate peripheral (such as a hub or switch). In industrial Ethernet applications, the use of full duplex switches (instead of hubs) as central peripherals is strongly recommended.

TeSys T
Star topology

TeSys T

Power expansion (Daisy chain) topology Power expansion (or Daisy chaining), at bus level, is another connection topology commonly used in traditional, industrial automation system networks. The cable segments link several peripherals to each other, constituting the peripheral section of the network cable. Ethernet Power expansion (Daisy chain) Power expansion is not yet a very commonly used Ethernet connection topology, but will quickly become so when a large number of peripherals are made available in the market. In an Ethernet power expansion topology, the peripherals have: b 2 Ethernet ports b and an integrated switch. Schneider Electric is progressively introducing, into the industrial market, Ethernet peripherals that can be used in daisy chain type architectures. Implementation of a power expansion topology No hub or switch is required for using a power expansion topology. Each peripheral must have an integrated switch (two ports). A port on the peripheral is connected to a port on the neighboring upstream and downstream peripherals. These consecutive connections constitute the power expansion (daisy chain). Ethernet switches may be included in a power expansion (daisy chain) topology when several scan chains are used by the monitoring peripheral. The Ethernet switch must be installed close to the monitoring peripheral, with the various scan chains coming from the switch. (1) FDR : Faulty Device Replacement . (2) SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol .

TeSys T

TeSys T

TeSys T

Daisy chain topology


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Topology (continued)

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Ethernet: different network topologies (continued)


Ring topology

TeSys T

TeSys T

In a ring topology, all the peripherals or components of the network infrastructure are connected within a loop. This type of topology makes it possible to achieve different levels of redundancy of the network. Ethernet ring Ethernet rings are generally the main networks in applications where a high level of reliability is required. If a ring topology is required, the switches handling this function must be used. Redundancy Redundancy of the network infrastructure is the key to development of applications with high operational reliability. Implementing a single or double ring architecture makes it possible to provide protection against breaks in network segments. Single ring The first level of redundancy can be achieved by installing a single ring. ConneXium switches can be used to establish main network ring configurations. The ring is created using HIPER-Ring ports. If a section of the line fails, the ring structure (including a maximum of 50 switches) converts into a line type configuration in less than 0.5 seconds.

TeSys T
Ring topology

TeSys T


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Programming

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Possible configurations and applications


LTM CU LTMR
PLC (automation platform)

or Network or bus

PowerSuite

LTM CU

LTME

LTMR

connector

PowerSuite

LTMR


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Programming (continued)

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

68609

The TeSys T configurator is incorporated in the PowerSuite software application, as from version 2.5. or greater. (1) It allows configuration, commissioning and maintenance of motor starters protected by the TeSys T management system . A library containing predefined motor control mode functions is available in order to: b allow standardization, b avoid errors, b reduce motor starter setup times. 5 predefined motor control modes are incorporated in the controller: b overload mode: monitoring of motors whose control is not managed by the controller, b independent mode: starting of non-reversing motors, b reverser mode: starting of reversing motors, b 2-step mode: 2-step starting of motors (star-delta, by autotransformer and by resistor), b 2-speed mode: 2-speed starting of motors (Dahlander, pole changer). By using logic functions, a "Custom" mode makes it possible to: b easily adapt these predefined motor control mode functions to the specific needs of your applications, b create a link with the motor starter environment or b create new functions. The defined functions can be saved and used to build your function library for future applications. To create special functions, a logic editor is incorporated in the configurator and allows a choice of 2 programming languages: b function block, b structured text.
Example of logic editor screen . (1) An update file is available, free of charge, on the following websites, www.squared.com, and www .us .telemecanique .com . It will enable you to take advantage of the latest functions in the TeSys T motor management system .

Configuration with PowerSuite software

Example of TeSys T configurator setup screen

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Characteristics

Protection components

TeSys T Motor Management System

Environment
Product type Conforming to standards Product certifications Rated insulation voltage of the outputs (Ui) Conforming to IEC/EN 6097-, V overvoltage category III, degree of pollution  Conforming to UL 08, V CSA C222 n 14 Conforming to IEC/EN 6097-- a 100240 V supply, inputs and outputs c 2 V supply, inputs and outputs Communication circuits Current or voltage measurement circuit Conforming to IEC/EN 6097-- kV kV kV kV kA LTM R controllers LTM EV40pp expansion modules IEC/EN 60947-4-1, UL 508, CSA 22-2 n14, IACS E10 UL, CSA,BV, LROS, DNV, GL, RINA, ABS, RMRos, NOM, CCC, C-TICK, ATEX, GOST, KERI (1) 690 690

Rated impulse withstand voltage (Uimp)

 0.8 0.8 6 00 TH 2 x 2 hour cycles 8 - 40+80 - 20+60 30 in relation to mounting plate, 90

 0.8 6

Short-circuit withstand Protective treatment

Ambient air temperature around the device Operating position without dating

Conforming to IEC/EN 60068 Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-0 Conforming to IEC/EN 60070-2- h Storage C Operation C In relation to normal vertical mounting plane

Flame resistance Shock resistance (1/2 sine wave, 11 ms) Vibration resistance Resistance to electrostatic discharge Immunity to radiated electromagnetic interference Immunity to fast transient bursts Immunity to radioelectric fields Immunity to dissipated shock waves

Conforming to UL 9 Conforming to IEC/EN 6069-2-2 Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-27 (2) Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-6 (2) 5300 Hz Conforming to IEC/EN 6000--2 Conforming to IEC 6000-- Conforming to IEC 6000-- Conforming to IEC/EN 6000--6 Conforming to IEC/EN 6000-- Relay outputs and supply c 2 V inputs a 100240 V inputs Voltage inputs Communication Temperature sensor (IT1/IT2) Rated operational voltage (Ui) Max. operating temperature

C C

960 (for parts supporting live components) 650 (for other parts)  gn 4 gn (plate mounted)  gn (mounted on 5 rail)

kV V/m kV V

In open air: 8 - Level  On contact: 6 - Level  0 - Level  On supply and relay outputs:  - Level  Other circuits: 2 - Level  0 - Level  Common mode   2 2  2000 m   Serial mode 2   0.5 3000 m 0.93 0.93 3500 m 0.87 0.92 Common mode  2  2 4000 m 0.8 0.9 Serial mode   2 4500 m 0.7 0.88

kV kV kV kV kV kV

Altitude derating

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Controller and expansion module characteristics


Product type Controllers LTM RpppBD Conforming to IEC/EN 6097- V Conforming to V IEC/EN 6000-- A V 0/60 Hz mA LTM RpppFM Expansion modules LTM EV40BD LTM EV40FM

Control supply
Operational voltage (U) Resistance to voltage dips Associated protection Operational voltage Current consumption Cabling Connectors Flexible cable without cable end c 2 a 100240 0 for  ms 70% of U for 00 ms gG fuse, 0.5 c 20.426.24 c 56127 a 93.5264 a 862.8

Pitch  conductor 2 identical conductors

mm mm2 mm2 mm2 mm2 mm2 mm2 mm2 mm2 N.m mm

5.08 0.22.5 (2414 AWG) 0.21.5 (2416 AWG) 0.252.5 (2414 AWG) 0.51.5 (2016 AWG) 0.252.5 (2414 AWG) 0.21 (2418 AWG) 0.22.5 (2414 AWG) 0.21 (2418 AWG) AWG 24 to AWG 14 0.50.6 (4.4 5.3 lb-in) 

5.08 0.22.5 (2414 AWG) 0.21.5 (2416 AWG) 0.252.5 (2414 AWG) 0.51.5 (2016 AWG) 0.252.5 (2414 AWG) 0.21 (2418 AWG) 0.22.5 (2414 AWG) 0.21 (2418 AWG) AWG 24 to AWG 14 0.50.6 (4.4 5.3 lb-in) 

Flexible cable with cable end Without insulated ferrule  conductor 2 identical conductors With insulated ferrule  conductor 2 identical conductors Solid cable without cable end  conductor 2 identical conductors Conductor size Tightening torque Flat screwdriver

Input characteristics
Nominal values Conforming to IEC/EN 6- Voltage V Current mA Logic state  Voltage Current V mA V mA ms ms Type  positive logic (c: resistive, a: capacitive) c 2 a 100240 c 2 c7 a 3.1 for 100 V c7 a 7.5 for 240 V  max 79 < U < 26  max 2 min15 max 2 min at 110 V 2 min15 max  min at 220 V  max 0 < U < 0  max  max  max  max  2   2  a 100240 a 3.1 for 100 V a 7.5 for 240 V 79 < U < 26 2 min at 110 V  min at 220 V 0 < U < 0  max 2 2

Logic inputs

Logic state 0 Response time

Voltage Current Change to state  Change to state 0

Output characteristics
Type Load Permissible power in cat. AC-15 Permissible power in cat. DC-13 Associated protection Max. frequency Max. operating level Response time a c Volt free, single break 250 V / 5 A B300 30 V / 5 A 480 / Ie max: 2 A 30 / Ie max: 1.25 A gG fuse,  2 800

For 500 000 operating cycles VA For 500 000 operating cycles W A Hz op. cycles/h Change to state  ms 0 max Change to state 0 ms 0 max

Measurement details
Current Voltage Ground fault current 1 % for the 0.48 A and 1.3527 A ranges 2 % for the 5100 A range % from 00 to 80 V 515 % for current > 0.1 A in the 0.48 A range current > 0.2 A in the 1.3527 A range current > 0.3 A in the 5100 A range < 5 % or 0.01 A 2%  % for a Cos j > 0.6 5 % (typical value) 0 min / year

Internal measurement without ground fault toroid External measurement with ground fault toroid

Temperature measurement Power factor Active and reactive power Internal clock

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Bus and network characteristics


Type of bus/network Physical interface Addressing Transmission speeds Modbus protocol CANopen 2-wire RS 8 ISO 898  to 27 1.2 to 19.2 K bits/s  to 27 0, 20, 0, 2, 20, 00, 800 and 1000 K bits/s + Auto baud RJ/terminal block  twisted, shielded wires DeviceNet ISO 898 0 to 6 2 to 500 K bits/s Terminal block  twisted, shielded wires Profibus DP polarized 2-wire RS 8  to 2 9.6 K to 2 M bits/s 9-way SUB-D/ terminal block 2 shielded twisted pairs, type A Ethernet IEEE 802.3 0 to 9 0/00 Mbit/s, with automatic recognition RJ 2 shielded twisted pairs

Connections Cables

RJ/terminal block 2 shielded twisted pairs

LTM CU operator control unit


Environment
Conforming to standards Product certifications Ambient air temperature around the device Relative humidity Protective treatment Degree of protection Shock resistance Vibration resistance Flame resistance Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-0 Conforming to IEC 6097- Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-27 Conforming to IEC/EN 60068-2-6 530 Hz Conforming to IEC 6097- Conforming to UL 9 Storage Operation C C IEC/EN 61131-2, UL 508, CSA 22-2 n14 UL, CSA, CE, C-TICK, NOM, GOST -40+80 -20+60 1595 % without condensation 2 x 2 hour cycles IP   gn / ms  gn C 60 V2

Electrical characteristics
Supply to the product Maximum current Maximum power dissipated Resistance to electromagnetic discharge Immunity to radiated electromagnetic interference Immunity to fast transient bursts Immunity to radioelectric fields Immunity to shock waves Conforming to IEC/EN 6000--2 Conforming to IEC/EN 6000-- Conforming to IEC/EN 6000-- Conforming to IEC/EN 6000--6 Conforming to IEC/EN 6000-- mA W kV V/m kV V kV Powered via the controller 0  In open air: 8. Level 3 On contact: 4. Level 3 0 - Level  2, shielded access. Level 3 10. Level 3 2, shielded access. Level 3

Physical characteristics
Mounting Display Signaling Cabling Flush mounted Backlit LCD By  LEDs RJ

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LT6 CTpppp external current transformer characteristics


Conforming to standards Precision Precision limit factor Rated insulation voltage (Ui) Maximum operating temperature Transformer ratio Diameter of conductor passage hole Maximum bus bar C A mm mm (inch) IEC 608, BS 7626 Class P  690 0 00/ 35 (1.38 inch) 30 x 10 (1.0 x 0.5)

200/ 35 (1.38 inch) 30 x 10 (1.0 x 0.5)

00/ 35 (1.38 inch) 30 x 10 (1.0 x 0.5)

800/ 35 (1.38 inch) incorporated (1)

Ground fault toroid characteristics


Toroid type Rated insulation voltage Ui Operating temperature Protection index Transformer ratio Rated operational current le Max. conductor cross sectional area (c.s.a.) per phase

50437 50438 50439 50440 50441 50442 50485 V C 000 - 35+ 70 IP30 (connections IP20) /000 A 6 8 60 20 9 20 mm2 25 (4) 0 (AWG) (1/0) (4/0) (00 kcmil)

50486

00 2x 8 (00 kcmil)

60 8 2x 50 (1/0) 20 (00 kcmil)

20 240 (500 kcmil)

DA1 TTpp probe characteristics


Conforming to standards Economy resistor Rated operational voltage (Ue) Rated insulation voltage (Ui) Insulation Length of connecting cables At 25 C Per probe W V kV IEC 60034-11 mark A  x 20 in series c 2.5 max 2.5 Reinforced 20 

Between probes Between probe and motor terminal plate

mm m

Operating zones: example with 3 probes type DA1 TTppp (20 W at 25 C) in series, conforming to standard EC 60034-11, mark A.
Economy resistor (ohms)

10 000 4000
Trip zone

1650 1500 1000 750

Reset zone

100

20 10

Trip zone on probe short-circuit

1 3 probes type DA1ppp (20 W at 25 C) in series.


NOT - 20 C NOT + 15 C

-20

NOT - 5 C NOT NOT + 5 C

Temperature (C)

NOT: Nominal Operating Temperature. Protection unit tripped. Protection unit reset.

(1) Electrical connection to be made using M10 bolt .

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Cold state curves


10 000 t (s)

1000

100

10

Class 0 Class 2 Class 20 Class  Class 0 Class 

1 1,12

1,5

I/Ir

Hot state curves


10 000 t (s)

1000

100

10

Class 0 Class 2 Class 20 Class  Class 0 Class  I/Ir

1 1,12

1,5

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086

Controllers
Setting range A 8 Control voltage V c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V Current range A 0.48 0.48 1.3527 1.3527 5100 5100 Reference Weight kg LTMR08MBD LTMR08MFM LTMR27MBD LTMR27MFM LTMR100MBD LTMR100MFM 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530

For Modbus PLCs

27 LTM R08MBD

100

088

For CANopen
8 c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V 0.48 0.48 1.3527 1.3527 5100 5100 LTMR08CBD LTMR08CFM LTMR27CBD LTMR27CFM LTMR100CBD LTMR100CFM 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530

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100 LTM R08CBD

For DeviceNet
8 c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V 0.48 0.48 1.3527 1.3527 5100 5100 LTMR08DBD LTMR08DFM LTMR27DBD LTMR27DFM LTMR100DBD LTMR100DFM 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530

080

27

100

For Profibus DP
8 LTM R08DBD c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V 0.48 0.48 1.3527 1.3527 5100 5100 LTMR08PBD LTMR08PFM LTMR27PBD LTMR27PFM LTMR100PBD LTMR100PFM 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530

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082

100

For Ethernet TCP/IP


8 c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V c 2 a 100240 V 0.48 0.48 1.3527 1.3527 5100 5100 LTMR08EBD LTMR08EFM LTMR27EBD LTMR27EFM LTMR100EBD LTMR100EFM 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530 0.530

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LTM R08PBD

100

08

LTM R08EBD

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Expansion modules. with voltage measurement on the 3 phases


Input control voltage V c 24 a 100240 Number of inputs Supply to the electronics Reference Weight kg 0.210 0.210

 

Via the controller Via the controller

LTMEV40BD LTMEV40FM

LTM EV40BD

HMI terminals
Description Operator control unit Supply Voltage Supply via the controller c 2 V external Number and type of connectors 2 x RJ Length m    Reference LTMCU XBTN410 Reference VW3A1104R10 VW3A1104R30 VW3A1104R50 XBTZ938 Weight kg 0.400 0.380 Weight kg 0.065 0.140 0.210 0.200

6860

Magelis compact display. Description Connecting cables for the LTM CU control unit

LTM CU

Connecting cables for the XBT N0

SUB-D 2-way female 2.5 RJ

Cables
Description Connecting cables For connecting the controller to the expansion module Number and type of connectors 2 x RJ Length m 0.04 0.3  Reference LTMCC004 (1) LU9R03 LU9R10 Weight kg 0.120 0.045 0.065

Replacement connectors
Description Complete set of connectors for controllers and expansion modules (1) Sold in lots of 6 . Number and type of connectors 0 screw terminals (all network versions included) Reference LTM9TCS Weight kg 0.200

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Configuration tools
Description Connection kit for PC serial port for Modbus PLC multidrop connection Interface for USB port (for use with cable VW3 A8 106) Length: 1.8 m Composition Reference b  x  m length cable with two VW3A8106 RJ connectors, b  RS 22/RS 8 converter with one 9-way female SUB-D connector and one RJ connector. b  USB cable, SUB-D 9-way SR2CBL06 b Drivers supplied on CD-Rom Weight kg

0.350

Current transformers (1)


Operational current Primary A 100 200 400 800 LT6 CT4001
8

Reference Secondary A 1 (2) 1 (2) 1 (2) 1 (2)

Weight kg 0.550 0.550 0.550 0.680

LT6CT1001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT8001

Ground fault toroids (marketed under the Merlin Gerin brand)


Rated operational current Ie A Internal of toroid mm 0 0 80 20 200 00 Reference Weight kg 50437 50438 50439 50440 50441 50442 0.120 0.200 0.420 0.530 1.320 2.230

Closed toroids, type A


65 85 160 250 400 630

Split toroids, type OA


85 250
07

6 0

50485 50486

1.300 3.200

PTC thermistor probes (3)


Description Nominal Operating Temperature (NOT) C 90 0 20 0 0 0 60 70 Color Unit reference (4) Weight

Triple probes

DA1 TTppp

Green/green Brown/brown Gray/gray Blue/blue White/blue Black/black Blue/red White/green

DA1TT090 DA1TT110 DA1TT120 DA1TT130 DA1TT140 DA1TT150 DA1TT160 DA1TT170

kg 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.010 0.010

(1) The transformers offered for use with TeSys U LUTM starters are suitable . Please see our latest Digest for more information on available parts . (2) For use with LTM R08pp controllers . (3) PTC: Positive Temperature Coefficient. (4) Sold in lots of 10 .

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Marking accessories (ordered separately)


Description Clip-in markers (maximum of 5 per unit) Composition Strips of 0 identical numbers (0 to 9) Strips of 0 identical capital letters (A to Z) Sold in lots of 25 25 Unit reference AB1Rp (1) AB1Gp (1) Weight kg 0.002 0.002

Connection accessories
Description Length m Reference Weight kg VW3A8306R03 VW3A8306R10 VW3A8306R30 VW3A8306TF03 VW3A8306TF10 VW3A8306R 0.045 0.065 0.125 0.032 0.032 0.012

For Modbus PLC connection


Cables fitted with 2 x RJ45 connectors T-junctions RS 485 line terminator 0.3   0.3 

For CANopen connection (2)


Cables 0 00 00 IP20 connectors SUB-D 9-way female Line end adapter switch Elbowed (90) Straight Elbowed (90) with SUB-D 9-way connector for connection to PC or diagnostic tool TSXCANCA50 TSXCANCA100 TSXCANCA300 TSXCANKCDF90T TSXCANKCDF180T TSXCANKCDF90TP 4.930 8.800 24.560 0.046 0.049 0.051

For DeviceNet connection


Cables 0 00 00 TSXCANCA50 TSXCANCA100 TSXCANCA300 4.930 8.800 24.560

For Profibus DP connection


Cables Connectors With line terminator 00 00 TSXPBSCA100 TSXPBSCA400 490NAD01103 490NAD01104 490NAD01105

Without line terminator With line terminator and terminal port

For Ethernet TCP/IP connection


Shielded twisted pair cables to standard EIA/TIA568 Cables fitted with 2 x RJ45 connectors for connection to terminal equipment Straight 2  2 0 80 Shielded twisted pair cables, UL and CSA 22.1 approved Cables fitted with 2 x RJ45 connectors for connection to terminal equipment Straight 2  2 0 80 490NTW00002U 490NTW00005U 490NTW00012U 490NTW00040U 490NTW00080U 490NTW00002 490NTW00005 490NTW00012 490NTW00040 490NTW00080

(1) When ordering, replace the p in the reference with the number or letter required . (2) To order other connectors and cables (UL cables for harsh environments) please consult our catalog Machines and installations with CANopen. Performance and flexibility".

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Dimensions, mounting

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LTM Rpp controllers


122,5 (1) 5,2
(2)

91

30,2

(2)
(2)

(2)

LTM EV40pp expansion modules


120,7 (1) 5,5 45

30,2

LTM CU operator control unit


Panel mounting, cut-out 23 117 92

70

61

61

50

(1) 140 mm with RJ45 connector for connection to expansion module and to network, 166 mm with Profibus DP/CANopen connector. (2) Leave a gap around the device of: 9 mm at 45 C, 9 to 40 mm from 45 to 50 C, 40 mm at 60 C .

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Dimensions (continued)

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Current transformers
LT6 CT

HMI terminal
XBT N410

30

35 107

42

25

35 95

25 5

6
2,5
5 42,5 42,5 5

132

Ground fault toroids


50437 and 50438 50439, 50440 and 50441

c2 8

2,5

(1) 104 mm with mounting clips (supplied with the product) . (2) 58 mm with SUB-D 25-way elbowed cable XBT Z9680 for Twido, TSX Micro and Premium PLCs or XBT Z998 for Advantys STB distributed I/O system . 104 mm with SUB-D 25-way cable XBT Z68/Z9681 for Twido, TSX Micro and Premium PLCs

10 10 20

21 4

16

b1

b2

74 (1)

(2)

b1

29 c1

a J c1 G a1
b 22 6 26 b1 80 80 20 b2   90 c 80 20 96 c1 0 90 27 G   7 H 6 6 0 J 26 66 2 K 0 0 60

Type 50437 50438

b 8 09

b1  66

c 0 0

c1 60 87

c2  

H 0 60

Type 50439 50440 50441

a 26.5 26.5 29

a1   6

50442

50485 and 50486

G
a

344

299

29

Type 50485 50486

a 72 78

b 8 22

c 6 0

G 7 76

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Wiring diagrams
Overload mode
3-wire local-control
(1)

Stop

KM1

KM1
Start

I.1 C

A1 A2

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6


O.3

O.1

O.2

13

14

23

24

33

34

(1) Connection of a single-phase motor is possible . In this case, do not use the central current transformer .

Independent mode
3-wire local-control

KM1

Start Stop

I.1 C

A1 A2

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

O.1

O.2

O.3 O.4

13

14

23

24

33

34

KM1

2-wire local-control

3-wire with switchable local/network control


L ON

97 98 95 96

97 98 95 96
O.4

LTM R

LTM R

2-wire with switchable local/network control


L ON

Start/Stop

Start Stop

I.1 C

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

97 98 95 96

I.1 C

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

I.1 C

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

O.4

97 98 95 96

O.4

L : Local control O : Stop N : Network control

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97 98 95 96

O.4

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Wiring diagrams (continued)


Reverser mode
3-wire local-control

KM2

KM1

Start Forw.

Start Rev.

Stop

I.1 C

A1 A2

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

O.1

O.2

O.3 O.4

13

14

23

24

33

34

KM2 KM1

KM1 (1) KM2

2-step mode, star-delta application


3-wire local-control

KM2

KM3

KM1

Start

Stop

I.1 C

A1 A2

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

O.1

O.2

O.3 O.4

13

14

23

24

33

34

KM3 KM1

KM3

KM1 KM2

KM1 (1) KM3

(1) Contacts for interlocking KM1 and KM2 are not required because the controller electronically interlocks outputs O .1 and O .2 .

97 98 95 96

97 98 95 96

LTM R

LTM R

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Wiring diagrams (continued)


3-wire local-control

2-step mode, primary resistor application

KM2

KM1
Start Stop

I.1 C

A1 A2

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

O.1

O.2

O.3 O.4

13

14

23

24

33

34

KM1

KM2

2-speed mode, Dahlander application


3-wire local-control

KM2

KM1

KM3
Low speed High speed

I.1 C

A1 A2

I.2 I.3 C I.4 I.5 C I.6

97 98 95 96

LTM R

Stop

(1)
13

O.1

O.2

O.3 O.4

14

23

24

33

34

KM2 M KM1

KM1 KM2

KM2 (2) KM3

(1) For a Dahlander application, all the power cables must pass through current transformers . The controller can also be placed upstream of the contactor . In this case, and if the Dahlander motor is used in variable torque mode, all the cables downstream of the contactors must be of identical size . (2) Contacts for interlocking KM1 and KM2 are not required because the controller electronically interlocks outputs O .1 and O .2 .

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97 98 95 96

LTM R

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Wiring diagrams (continued)

Ground fault toroid and motor temperature probe connection

O.1

O.2

O.3

Z1 Z2 T1 T2

LTM R

13

14

23

24

33

Connection of outputs for motor control mode function


Without intermediate relay With intermediate relay

34

KM1

KM1

O.1

O.1

13

13

14

14

LTM R

LTM R

KM1

KA1

KM1


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Combinations Substitution table

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Combinations providing type 2 coordination


With circuit breaker
Standard power ratings of 3-phase motors 50/60 Hz in category AC-3 400/415 V P Ie Icc kW A kA 0,06 0,22 0 0,09 0,6 0 0,2 0,2 0 0,62 0 0,8 0,88 0 0,2 0,98 0 0,7 0, ,6 0 2 0 0,7 , 2, 0 , , 0 2,2  0  6, 0  8, 0  0 , 7, ,8 0 9 8, 0  2 0  28, 70  70 8, 22 2 70 70 0 7 69 70 7  8 2  8 70  00 6  00 70  6 7  70 7 90 6 6 90 6 70 200 6 0 200 70 0 70 2 20 2 20 0 70 60 28 60 28 0 200 2 70 200 2 0 220 88 70 220 88 0 70 20 7 7 0 20 Circuit-breaker Reference GV2L03 GV2L03 GV2L04 GV2L04 GV2L05 GV2L05 GV2L06 GV2L07 GV2L07 GV2L08 GV2L10 GV2L14 GV2L14 GV2L16 GV2L20 GV2L22 GV2L22 NS80HMA NS80HMA NS80HMA NS80HMA NS80HMA NS100HMA NS100HMA NS160NMA NS160HMA NS160NMA NS160HMA NS250NMA NS250HMA NS250NMA NS250HMA NS400HMA NS400LMA NS400HMA NS400LMA NS630HMA NS630LMA NS630HMA NS630LMA NS630HMA NS630LMA Contactor Reference LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D09 LC1D18 LC1D18 LC1D18 LC1D18 LC1D18 LC1D25 LC1D25 LC1D25 LC1D25 LC1D50 LC1D40 LC1D50 LC1D65 LC1D80 LC1D115 LC1D115 LC1D115 LC1D115 LC1D150 LC1D150 LC1F185 LC1F185 LC1F225 LC1F225 LC1F265 LC1F265 LC1F330 LC1F330 LC1F400 LC1F400 LC1F500 LC1F500 LC1F500 LC1F500 TeSys T controller Reference LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR27pp LTMR27pp LTMR27pp LTMR27pp LTMR27pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR100pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp LTMR08pp External current transformer Reference LT6CT2001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT2001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT6001 LT6CT6001

Substitution table
Motor current

Old range LT6 P multifunction protection relays


Reference Reference External current transformer Reference LT6CT00 LT6CT200 LT6CT00 LT6CT800

New range TeSys T controllers


Reference Reference External current transformer Reference LT6CT2001 LT6CT4001 LT6CT8001

a 100240 V
I < 5A 5 A < I < 25 A 25 A < I < 100 A 100 A < I < 200 A 200 A < I < 400 A 400 A < I < 800 A LT6P0M005FM LT6P0M025FM LT6P0M005FM LT6P0M005FM LT6P0M005FM LT6P0M005FM

c 24 V
LT6P0M00S LT6P0M02S LT6P0M00S LT6P0M00S LT6P0M00S LT6P0M00S

a 100240 V
LTMR08pFM LTMR27pFM LTMR100pFM LTMR08pFM LTMR08pFM LTMR08pFM

c 24 V
LTMR08pBD LTMR27pBD LTMR100pBD LTMR08pBD LTMR08pBD LTMR08pBD

Note: For other voltages and combinations with fuses, please consult your Regional Sales Office.

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