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Multilin
GE Multilin
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*1601-9046-A1*
369 Motor Management Relay
Communications Guide
369 Revision: 3.2x
Manual P/N: 1601-9046-A1 (GEK-113493)
Copyright © 2008 GE Multilin
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  • Page 1 GE Consumer & Industrial Multilin 369 Motor Management Relay Communications Guide 369 Revision: 3.2x Manual P/N: 1601-9046-A1 (GEK-113493) Copyright © 2008 GE Multilin GE Multilin 215 Anderson Avenue, Markham, Ontario, Canada L6E 1B3 Tel: (905) 294-6222, 1-800-547-8629 (North America) Fax: (905) 201-2098...
  • Page 2 The contents of this manual are the property of GE Multilin Inc. This documentation is furnished on license and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the permission of GE Multilin. The content of this manual is for informational use only and is subject to change without notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    EVICE ORMATS MODBUS RTU PROTOCOL ..................38 ..............38 RAME ORMAT AND ....................39 ACKET ORMAT ......................39 RROR HECKING CRC-16 A ....................40 LGORITHM ..........................41 IMING ................41 UPPORTED ODBUS UNCTIONS ......................41 RROR ESPONSES ....................42 ODBUS OMMANDS 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY– INSTRUCTION MANUAL TOC–1...
  • Page 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS MEMORY MAP .......................43 ..................43 EMORY NFORMATION ...............43 EFINABLE EMORY ......................44 VENT ECORDER ....................44 AVEFORM APTURE ..................44 OTOR TART OGGER .........................45 OGGER ....................46 ODBUS EMORY ......................103 ORMAT ODES TOC–2 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY– INSTRUCTION MANUAL...
  • Page 5: Overview

    See the 369 Instruction Manual, chapter 3 for details on correct serial port wiring. When using a fibre optic link the Tx from the 369 should be connected to the Rx of the Master device and the Rx from the 369 should be connected to the Tx of the Master device.
  • Page 6: Profibus Communications

    The 369 Motor Management Relay supports the optional DeviceNet protocol as slave that can be read by a DeviceNet master. The device can be added to a DeviceNet list by adding the 369.eds file in the scanner list. The EDS file can be generated using the EnerVista 369 Setup program.
  • Page 7: Modbus/tcp Communications

    RS485 hardware. In this configuration up to 32 slaves can be daisy-chained together on a single communication channel. The 369 is always a slave. It cannot be programmed as a master. Computers or PLCs are commonly programmed as masters. The Modbus protocol exists in two versions: Remote Terminal Unit (RTU, binary) and ASCII.
  • Page 8: Profibus-dp Communications

    S1 369 SETUP path. COMMUNICATIONS Physical Connection: The 369 can be connected to an Ethernet LAN via the RJ45 connector at the back of the 369. Profibus-DP Communications Profibus Communication Options The 369 Motor Management Relay supports either Profibus-DP (order code P) or Profibus- DPV1 (order code P1) communication interfaces as slave that can be read and written to/ from a Profibus-DP/V1 master.
  • Page 9 The media for the fieldbus is a twisted pair copper cable along with 9-pin SUB-D connector, which connects the bus to the 369 socket on the back of the relay. The 369 Motor Management Relay has autobaud support. The baud rates and other slave specific information needed for configuration are contained in 369_090C.gs* which is used by a...
  • Page 10 U/B Biased Motor Load 0000 2000 07D0 xFLC GroundCurrent 0000 50000 C350 0000 65000 FDE8 0000 65000 FDE8 0000 65000 FDE8 0000 65000 FDE8 0000 65000 FDE8 0000 65000 FDE8 AvgLineVoltage 0000 65000 FDE8 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 11 0000 50000 C350 RealPowerDemand 0000 50000 C350 – ReactivePowerDemand 8300 32000 7D00 kvar 32000 ApparentPowerDemand 0000 50000 C350 PeakCurrent 0000 65535 FFFF PeakRealPower 0000 50000 C350 – PeakReactivePower 8300 32000 7D00 kvar 32000 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 12 0000 0064 Last pre-trip Ig 0000 50000 C350 Last trip HottestStatorRtd 0000 000C – Last trip HottestStatorTemp –40 FFD8 00C8 °C Last pre–trip Vab 0000 65000 FDE8 Last pre–trip Vbc 0000 65000 FDE8 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 13: Relay Profibus-dp Diagnostics

    – 369 Relay Profibus-DP Diagnostics The 369 Motor Management Relay supports both slave mandatory (6 bytes system-wide standardized) and slave specific diagnostic data. If the diagnostics are considered high priority, the PLC/host program will be informed of the fault (alarm or trip) and can call a special error routine.
  • Page 14 Reserved OverloadTrip ShortCircuitTrip ShortCircuitBackupTrip MechanicalJamTrip UndercurrentTrip CurrentUnbalanceTrip GroundFaultTrip GroundFaultBackupTrip Reserved AccelerationTimerTrip Rtd1Trip Rtd2Trip Rtd3Trip Rtd4Trip Rtd5Trip Rtd6Trip Rtd7Trip Rtd8Trip Rtd9Trip Rtd10Trip Rtd11Trip Rtd12Trip UnderVoltageTrip OverVoltageTrip VoltagePhaseReversalTrip UnderfrequencyTrip OverfrequencyTrip LeadPowerFactorTrip LagPowerFactorTrip PositivekvarTrip NegativekvarTrip CG10 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 15 EmergencySwitchAlarm DifferentialSwitchAlarm SpeedSwitchAlarm ResetSwitchAlarm Reserved ThermalCapacityAlarm OverloadAlarm MechanicalJamAlarm UndercurrentAlarm CurrentUnbalanceAlarm GroundFaultAlarm UndervoltageAlarm OvervoltageAlarm OverfrequencyAlarm UnderfrequencyAlarm LeadPowerFactorAlarm LagPowerFactorAlarm PositivekvarAlarm NegativekvarAlarm UnderpowerAlarm ReversePowerAlarm Rtd1Alarm Rtd2Alarm Rtd3Alarm Rtd4Alarm Rtd5Alarm Rtd6Alarm Rtd7Alarm Rtd8Alarm Rtd9Alarm Rtd10Alarm Rtd11Alarm 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG11...
  • Page 16 Rtd4HighAlarm Rtd5HighAlarm Rtd6HighAlarm Rtd7HighAlarm Rtd8HighAlarm Rtd9HighAlarm Rtd10HighAlarm Rtd11HighAlarm Rtd12HighAlarm OpenRTDSensorAlarm ShortRTDAlarm TripCountersAlarm StarterFailureAlarm CurrentDemandAlarm KWDemandAlarm KVARDemandAlarm KVADemandAlarm DigitalCounterAlarm OverloadLockoutBlock StartInhibitBlock StartsHourBlock TimeBetweenStartsBlock RestartBlock Reserved BackSpinBlock LossofRemoteRTDCommunication RemoteRTD1Rtd1Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd2Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd3Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd4Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd5Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd6Trip CG12 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 17 RemoteRTD1Rtd11Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd12Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd1Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd2Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd3Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd4Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd5Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd6Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd7Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd8Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd9Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd10Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd11Trip RemoteRTD2Rtd12Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd1Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd2Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd3Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd4Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd5Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd6Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd7Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd8Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd9Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd10Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd11Trip RemoteRTD3Rtd12Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd1Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd2Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd3Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd4Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd5Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd6Trip 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG13...
  • Page 18 RemoteRTD4Rtd11Trip RemoteRTD4Rtd12Trip RemoteRTD1Rtd1Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd2Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd3Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd4Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd5Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd6Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd7Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd8Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd9Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd10Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd11Alarm RemoteRTD1Rtd12Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd1Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd2Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd3Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd4Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd5Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd6Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd7Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd8Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd9Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd10Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd11Alarm RemoteRTD2Rtd12Alarm RemoteRTD3Rtd1Alarm RemoteRTD3Rtd2Alarm RemoteRTD3Rtd3Alarm RemoteRTD3Rtd4Alarm RemoteRTD3Rtd5Alarm RemoteRTD3Rtd6Alarm CG14 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 19: Relay Profibus-dp Loss Of Communication Trip

    RemoteRTD4Rtd12Alarm 369 Relay Profibus-DP Loss Of Communication Trip If the 369 detects a problem in communicating with the Profibus master, the Profibus Loss of Communications feature can be used to trip any combination of output relays. During parameterization, a Profibus master sets up the communication and monitoring times for the slave including the watchdog time.
  • Page 20: Profibus-dpv1 Communications

    The setpoints associated with this feature are: Profibus Loss of Comms Enable Profibus Loss of Comms Delay Assigned Profibus Loss of Comms Relay Refer to the 369 Instruction Manual, chapter 5: 369 Relay Communications for more information on these setpoints. Profibus-DPV1 Communications 369 Relay Profibus-DPV1 Parameterization The 369 Motor Management Relay supports mandatory parametrization as well as three bytes of user parameter data necessary for DPV1 devices.
  • Page 21: Relay Profibus Configuration

    The Profibus media is a twisted-pair copper cable along with 9-pin Sub-D connector, which connects the bus to the 369 Relay socket on the back of the relay. The 369 Motor Management Relay has autobaud support. The baud rates and other slave specific information needed for configuration are contained in the 369_09E6.gse file, which is used...
  • Page 22: Relay Profibus Output Data

    The capability to force the output relays states has been implemented in cyclic output data. As cyclic data is continuously written, the 369 looks for a change in the value to execute the force relays command. Refer to the 369 Instruction Manual, chapter 5 for more information about the force output relays feature.
  • Page 23: Relay Profibus Diagnostics

    The following items have been made available through Profibus-DPV1 acyclical communication. Data is addressed through the use of “slot and index” addressing. Three parameters are required to read or write data from the 369 Relay using a Profibus-DPV1 master: Slot number...
  • Page 24: Relay Profibus-dpv1 Loss Of Communication Trip

    F141 369 Relay Profibus-DPV1 Loss Of Communication Trip If the 369 detects a problem in communicating with the Profibus master, the Profibus Loss of Communications feature can be used to trip any combination of output relays. Refer to the following sections for more information regarding this feature: 2.5: 369 Relay Profibus-DP Loss Of Communication Trip...
  • Page 25: Poll Data

    CGCOMMUNICATIONS GUIDE DEVICENET PROTOCOL The EDS file for use with a DeviceNet master can be generated using the EnerVista 369 Setup program. The EDS file differs depending on which Poll Group is selected, and by the amount of data being returned for the User-Defined Poll Data. Note that only one version of the EDS file may be used for any one DeviceNet master.
  • Page 26 Cause of Last Trip F134 Average Phase Current Ground Current Average Line Voltage 10,11 Real Power (kW) 12,13 Power Factor Local Hottest Stator RTD Number 15,16 Local Hottest Stator RTD Temperature °c CG22 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 27: Change Of State (cos)

    Identity object, Class code 01h, Services. CODE SERVICES AVAILABLE TO THIS OBJECT NAME DESCRIPTION 0x05 Reset Reset the device to power up configuration 0x0E Get_Attribute_Single Returns the contents of the given attribute 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG23...
  • Page 28: Message Router (class Code 02h)

    USINT 255 = unallocated The USINT and UINT data types are defined as follows: USINT = Unsigned integer byte (range 0 to 255); UINT = Unsigned integer word (range 0 to 65535). CG24 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 29: Assembly Object (class Code 04h)

    ATTRIBUTE ACCESS NAME/DESCRIPTION DATA TYPE VALUE Thermal capacity used USINT Assembly object, Class code 04h, Instance 68h, Attributes. ATTRIBUTE ACCESS NAME/DESCRIPTION DATA TYPE DATA FORMAT VALUE Time to trip Word –1 second 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG25...
  • Page 30: Devicenet Connection Object (class Code 05h)

    NAME AND DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES AVAILABLE TO THIS OBJECT 0x05 Reset the connection - restart timer 0x0E Get_Attribute_Single: Returns the contents of the given attribute. 0x10 Set_Attribute_Single: Sets the contents of the given attribute CG26 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 31: Acknowledge Handler Object (class Code 2bh)

    0x10 Set_Attribute_Single Sets the contents of the given attribute Acknowledge Handler object, Class code 2Bh, Attributes. ATTRIBUTE ACCESS NAME/DESCRIPTION DATA TYPE VALUE Revision of Acknowledge Handler object UINT Maximum instance number UINT 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG27...
  • Page 32: I/o Data Input Mapping Object (class Code A0h)

    ACCESS NAME/DESCRIPTION DATA TYPE DATA FORMAT Control byte 1 byte see below DATA FORMATS, CONTROL BYTE BIT POSITION NAME VALUES Motor start 0, 1 Motor stop 0, 1 Fault reset 0, 1 CG28 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 33: Parameter Data Input Mapping Object (class Code B0h)

    CODE NAME DESCRIPTION 0x0E Get_Attribute_Single Returns the contents of the given attribute Parameter Data Input Mapping object, Class code B0h, Attributes. ATTRIBUTE ACCESS NAME/DESCRIPTION DATA TYPE VALUE Revision of Identity object UINT 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG29...
  • Page 34 Voltage Vab 16 bits UINT 3,4 (low, high) Voltage Vbc 16 bits UINT LINE VOLTAGES 5,6 (low, high) Voltage Vca 16 bits UINT 7,8 (low, high) Average line voltage 16 bits UINT CG30 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 35 3,4 (low, high) Peak real power demand 16 bits UINT Peak reactive power 5,6 (low, high) 16 bits UINT kvar PEAK DEMAND demand Peak apparent power 7,8 (low, high) 16 bits UINT demand 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG31...
  • Page 36 13,14 (low, high) Time between starts timer 16 bits UINT minutes 15,16 (low, high) Restart block timer 16 bits UINT seconds 17,16 (low, high) Start inhibit timer 16 bits UINT minutes CG32 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 37 16 bits °C 91,92 (low, high) Local RTD 10 temperature 16 bits °C 93,94 (low, high) Local RTD 11 temperature 16 bits °C 95,96 (low, high) Local RTD 12 temperature 16 bits °C 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG33...
  • Page 38 F176 189 to 196 Alarm diagnostic data 64 bits F177 197, 198 (low, high) Overload lockout timer 16 bits UINT minutes 199, 200 (low, high) Starts timer [1] 16 bits UINT minutes CG34 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 39: Devicenet Data Formats

    Emergency Switch status Bit 4 0 = Open, 1= Closed Reset Switch Status Bit 5 0 = Open, 1= Closed Bit 6 Reserved Bit 7 Reserved F174 Output relay status: unsigned 8 bit integer 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG35...
  • Page 40 Overfrequency Trip Bit 2 Lead Power Factor Trip Bit 3 Lag Power Factor Trip Bit 4 Positive kvar Trip Bit 5 Negative kvar Trip Bit 6 Underpower Trip Bit 7 Reverse Power Trip CG36 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 41 Bit 5 RTD 4 High Alarm Bit 6 RTD 5 High Alarm Bit 7 RTD 6 High Alarm Byte 6 Bit 0 RTD 7 High Alarm Bit 1 RTD 8 High Alarm 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG37...
  • Page 42: Modbus Rtu Protocol

    Data Frame Format and Data Rate One data frame of an asynchronous transmission to or from an 369 is default to 1 start bit, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit. This produces a 10 bit data frame. This is important for transmission through modems at high bit rates (11 bit data frames are not supported by Hayes modems at bit rates of greater than 300 bps).
  • Page 43: Data Packet Format

    FUNCTION CODE: This is the second byte of every transmission. The modbus protocol defines function codes of 1 to 127. The 369 implements some of these functions. In a master request transmission the FUNCTION CODE tells the slave what action to perform. In...
  • Page 44: Algorithm

    MODBUS RTU PROTOCOL CGCOMMUNICATIONS GUIDE If an 369 Modbus slave device receives a transmission in which an error is indicated by the CRC-16 calculation, the slave device will not respond to the transmission. A CRC-16 error indicates than one or more bytes of the transmission were received incorrectly and thus the entire transmission should be ignored in order to avoid the 369 performing any incorrect operation.
  • Page 45: Timing

    Error Responses When an 369 detects an error other than a CRC error, a response will be sent to the master. The MSbit of the FUNCTION CODE byte will be set to 1 (i.e. the function code sent from the slave will be equal to the function code sent from the master plus 128).
  • Page 46: Modbus Commands

    The following commands can be sent to Modbus address 0x0080 (format code F31). Commands 1 to 4 can also be sent using Modbus function code 5 (Execute Operation). • Command 1 (Remote Reset 369): Modbus Command 1 will attempt to clear the status of protection elements and output relay states. •...
  • Page 47: Memory Map

    Memory Map Memory Map Information The data stored in the 369 is grouped as setpoints and actual values. Setpoints can be read and written by a master computer. Actual Values are read-only. All setpoints and actual values are stored as two-byte values. That is, each register address is the address of a two- byte value.
  • Page 48: Event Recorder

    65535, it will automatically be reset by the 369 Relay relay to 0. Waveform Capture The 369 stores 16 cycles of A/D samples each time a trip occurs in a trace buffer. The Trace Memory Trigger is set up in S1 Preferences and determines how many pre-trip and post- trip cycles are stored.
  • Page 49: Data Logger

    F189 for the available parameters) to be continually recorded at a defined rate of between 1 and 3600 seconds. The 369 has allocated 32k bytes of RAM for Data Log storage. All data will be lost upon loss of the 369 control power.
  • Page 50: Modbus Memory Map

    Total Logs Since Last Clear: This value indicates the number of Logs that have been generated since the Data Logger was last cleared. Although it's maximum range is 65535, the 369 will only retain up to the latest 50 records. •...
  • Page 51 Restart Attempts 20000 0204 Restart Total Delay 65535 sec. 0205 Restart In Progress 0206 UVR Power Loss Time 40000 0.1 s Read Only MOTOR SPEED STATUS 0207 Motor Speed Status F186 Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG47...
  • Page 52 Reverse Power Alarm Status F123 Reserved 027D Local RTD #1 Alarm Status F123 027E Local RTD #2 Alarm Status F123 027F Local RTD #3 Alarm Status F123 0280 Local RTD #4 Alarm Status F123 CG48 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 53 Reserved OUTPUT RELAY STATUS 02E0 Trip F150 02E1 Alarm F150 02E2 Aux.1 F150 02E3 Aux.2 F150 Reserved 369 DIGITAL INPUT AND OUTPUT RELAY STATUS 02E6 Digital Input and Output Relay Status F192 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG49...
  • Page 54 Backspin Frequency (a value of “0” 0369 12000 represents ‘low signal’) 036A Backspin Detection State 036B Backspin Prediction Timer 50000 Reserved POWER METERING 0370 Power Factor –99 0371 Real Power –32000 32000 0373 Real Power 42912 CG50 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 55 0433 Switch Trips 50000 Reserved 0436 Overload Trips 50000 0437 Short Circuit Trips 50000 0438 Mechanical Jam Trips 50000 0439 Undercurrent Trips 50000 043A Current Unbalance Trips 50000 043B Single Phase Trips 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG51...
  • Page 56 RRTD 1 - RTD #9 Temperature °C 060B RRTD 1 - RTD #10 Temperature °C 060C RRTD 1 - RTD #11 Temperature °C 060D RRTD 1 - RTD #12 Temperature °C Reserved CG52 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 57 RRTD 1 - RTD #4 Alarm Status F123 0654 RRTD 1 - RTD #5 Alarm Status F123 0655 RRTD 1 - RTD #6 Alarm Status F123 0656 RRTD 1 - RTD #7 Alarm Status F123 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG53...
  • Page 58 RRTD 2 - Digital Input 5 Alarm Status F123 068D RRTD 2 - Digital Input 4 Alarm Status F123 068E RRTD 2 - Digital Input 1 Alarm Status F123 068F RRTD 2 - Digital Input 3 Alarm Status F123 CG54 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 59 06C6 RRTD 4 - RTD #11 High Alarm Status F123 06C7 RRTD 4 - RTD #12 High Alarm Status F123 06C8 RRTD 4 - Broken / Open RTD Alarm Status 0 F123 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG55...
  • Page 60 RRTD 4 - RTD # 6 Max. Temperature °C 0736 RRTD 4 - RTD # 7 Max. Temperature °C 0737 RRTD 4 - RTD # 8 Max. Temperature °C 0738 RRTD 4 - RTD # 9 Max. Temperature °C CG56 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 61 F131 0863 Digital Input 5 F131 0864 Digital Input 2 F131 0865 Digital Input 1 F131 Reserved RRTD 4 DIGITAL INPUT STATUS 0870 Digital Input 3 F131 0871 Digital Input 4 F131 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG57...
  • Page 62 1003 Flash Message 1004 Temperature Display Units F100 1005 Energy Unit Display F166 Reserved EVENT RECORDS 1006 Motor Running Events F103 1007 Motor Stopped Events F103 WAVEFORM CAPTURE 1008 Trigger Position Reserved CG58 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 63 1st & 2nd Character of 1st Scratchpad 1060 ’T’ Message ↓ ↓ 39th & 40th Character of 1st Scratchpad 1073 " " Message 1st & 2nd Character of 2nd Scratchpad 1074 ’T’ Message ↓ ↓ 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG59...
  • Page 64 11A2 Motor Rated Voltage 20000 4160 Reserved 11C0 Nominal Frequency F107 11C1 System Phase Sequence F124 11C2 Speed 2 System Phase Sequence F124 Reserved SERIAL COMM CONTROL 11C8 Serial Communication Control F103 CG60 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 65 General Emergency Switch Alarm Events F103 1346 General Emergency Switch Trip F115 1347 General Emergency Switch Trip Relays F111 1348 General Emergency Switch Trip Delay 50000 100ms 1349 Emergency Switch Assignable Function F110 Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG61...
  • Page 66 General Spare Switch Alarm Events F103 1416 General Spare Switch Trip F115 1417 General Spare Switch Trip Relays F111 1418 General Spare Switch Trip Delay 50000 100 ms 1419 Spare Switch Assignable Function F159 CG62 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 67 F113 158D Thermal Capacity Alarm Level % used 158E Thermal Capacity Alarm Events F103 158F Enable Learned Cool Time F103 1590 Enable Unbalance Biasing F103 1591 Motor Load Averaging Interval cycles Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG63...
  • Page 68 F113 1662 Mechanical Jam Alarm Level 0.01 × FLA F3 1663 Mechanical Jam Alarm Delay 1250 1664 Mechanical Jam Alarm Events F103 1665 Mechanical Jam Trip F115 1666 Assign Trip Relays F111 CG64 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 69 F 115 16A8 Assign Ground Fault Trip Relays F 111 16A9 Ground Fault Trip Pickup 0.1 × CT 16AA GF Trip Pickup for GE Multilin 50:0.025 CT 2500 0.1 × CT 16AB Ground Fault Trip Delay 255.00 0.01 16AC Ground Fault Trip Backup...
  • Page 70 Local RTD #3 Trip Level °C 17DC Local RTD #3 RTD Type F120 17E0 First Character of Local RTD #3 Name ’R’ ↓ ↓ 17E3 8th Character of Local RTD #3 Name " " Reserved CG66 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 71 LOCAL RTD #7 1850 Local RTD #7 Application F121 1851 Local RTD #7 High Alarm F115 1852 Local RTD #7 High Alarm Relays F113 1853 Local RTD #7 High Alarm Level °C 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG67...
  • Page 72 Local RTD #10 Alarm F115 18B5 Local RTD #10 Alarm Relays F113 18B6 Local RTD #10 Alarm Level °C 18B7 Record RTD #10 Alarms as Events F103 18B8 Local RTD #10 Trip F115 CG68 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 73 Short / Low Temp Alarm Events F103 Reserved LOSS OF REMOTE RTD COMMUNICATIONS 1B30 Loss RRTD Comm Alarm F115 1B31 Loss RRTD Comm Alarm Relays F113 1B32 Loss RRTD Comm Alarm Events F103 Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG69...
  • Page 74 Block Lead Power Factor From Start 5000 1BD1 Lead Power Factor Alarm F115 1BD2 Assign Lead Power Factor Alarm Relays F113 1BD3 Lead Power Factor Alarm Level 1BD4 Lead Power Factor Alarm Delay 2550 CG70 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 75 25000 1C19 Underpower Trip Delay 2550 Reserved REVERSE POWER 1C20 Block Reverse Power From Start 50000 1C21 Reverse Power Alarm F115 1C22 Assign Alarm Relays F113 1C23 Reverse Power Alarm Level 25000 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG71...
  • Page 76 Assign Service Relay F113 Reserved ANALOG OUTPUTS 1D40 Enable Analog Output 1 F103 1D41 Assign Analog Output 1 Output Range 1D42 Assign Analog Output 1 Parameter F127 1D43 Analog Output 1 Minimum CG72 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 77 Speed 2 Undercurrent Alarm Level 0.01 × FLA F3 1DF4 Speed 2 Undercurrent Alarm Delay 1DF5 Speed 2 Undercurrent Alarm Events F103 1DF6 Speed 2 Undercurrent Trip F115 1DF7 Speed 2 Assign Undercurrent Trip Relays F111 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG73...
  • Page 78 RRTD 1 - RTD #1 Application F121 2001 RRTD 1 - RTD #1 High Alarm F115 2002 RRTD 1 - RTD #1 High Alarm Relays F113 2003 RRTD 1 - RTD #1 High Alarm Level °C CG74 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 79 RRTD 1 - RTD #4 High Alarm Level °C 2064 RRTD 1 - RTD #4 Alarm F115 2065 RRTD 1 - RTD #4 Alarm Relays F113 2066 RRTD 1 - RTD #4 Alarm Level °C 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG75...
  • Page 80 RRTD 1 - RTD #7 Trip F115 20C9 Enable RRTD 1 - RTD #7 Trip Voting F122 20CA RRTD 1 - RTD #7 Trip Relays F111 20CB RRTD 1 - RTD #7 Trip Level °C CG76 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 81 RRTD 1 - RTD #10 RTD Type F120 2130 First Character of RRTD 1 - RTD #10 Name 32 ’R’ ↓ ↓ 2133 8th Character of RRTD 1 - RTD #10 Name 32 " " Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG77...
  • Page 82 RRTD 2 - RTD #1 Trip F115 2209 Enable RRTD 2 - RTD #1 Trip Voting F122 220A RRTD 2 - RTD #1 Trip Relays F111 220B RRTD 2 - RTD #1 Trip Level °C CG78 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 83 RRTD 2 - RTD #4 RTD Type F120 2270 First Character of RRTD 2 - RTD #4 Name ’R’ ↓ ↓ 2273 8th Character of RRTD 2 - RTD #4 Name " " Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG79...
  • Page 84 RRTD 2 - RTD #8 Application F121 22E1 RRTD 2 - RTD #8 High Alarm F115 22E2 RRTD 2 - RTD #8 High Alarm Relays F113 22E3 RRTD 2 - RTD #8 High Alarm Level °C CG80 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 85 RRTD 2 - RTD #11 Alarm F115 2345 RRTD 2 - RTD #11 Alarm Relays F113 2346 RRTD 2 - RTD #11 Alarm Level °C Record RRTD 2 - RTD #11 Alarms as 2347 F103 Events 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG81...
  • Page 86 RRTD 3 - RTD #2 Application F121 2421 RRTD 3 - RTD #2 High Alarm F115 2422 RRTD 3 - RTD #2 High Alarm Relays F113 2423 RRTD 3 - RTD #2 High Alarm Level °C CG82 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 87 RRTD 3 - RTD #5 Alarm Relays F113 2486 RRTD 3 - RTD #5 Alarm Level °C 2487 Record RRTD 3 - RTD #5 Alarms as Events 0 F103 2488 RRTD 3 - RTD #5 Trip F115 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG83...
  • Page 88 RRTD 3 - RTD #8 Trip Relays F111 24EB RRTD 3 - RTD #8 Trip Level °C 24EC RRTD 3 - RTD #8 RTD Type F120 24F0 First Character of RRTD 3 - RTD #8 Name ’R’ CG84 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 89 RRTD 3 - RTD #11 RTD Type F120 2550 First Character of RRTD 3 - RTD #11 Name 32 ’R’ ↓ ↓ 2553 8th Character of RRTD 3 - RTD #11 Name 32 " " Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG85...
  • Page 90 Enable A Remote RTD #2 Trip Voting F122 262A RRTD 4 - RTD #2 Trip Relays F111 262B RRTD 4 - RTD #2 Trip Level °C 262C RRTD 4 - RTD #2 RTD Type F120 CG86 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 91 RRTD 4 - RTD #5 RTD Type F120 2690 First Character of RRTD 4 - RTD #5 Name ’R’ ↓ ↓ 2693 8th Character of RRTD 4 - RTD #5 Name " " Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG87...
  • Page 92 RRTD 4 - RTD #9 Application F121 2701 RRTD 4 - RTD #9 High Alarm F115 2702 RRTD 4 - RTD #9 High Alarm Relays F113 2703 RRTD 4 - RTD #9 High Alarm Level °C CG88 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 93 RRTD 4 - RTD #12 High Alarm Level °C 2764 RRTD 4 - RTD #12 Alarm F115 2765 RRTD 4 - RTD #12 Alarm Relays F113 2766 RRTD 4 - RTD #12 Alarm Level °C 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG89...
  • Page 94 Aux 1 Relay Reset Mode F117 27D3 Aux 2 Relay Reset Mode F117 27D4 Trip Relay Operation F161 27D5 Alarm Relay Operation F161 27D6 Aux1 Relay Operation F161 27D7 Aux2 Relay Operation F161 Reserved CG90 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 95 Analog Output 2 Minimum 2829 Analog Output 2 Maximum 282A Enable Analog Output 3 F103 282B Assign Analog Output 3 Output Range 282C Assign Analog Output 3 Parameter F127 282D Analog Output 3 Minimum 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG91...
  • Page 96 Digital Input 5 Alarm Delay 50000 100ms 2895 Digital Input 5 Alarm Events F103 2896 Digital Input 5 Trip F115 2897 Digital Input 5 Trip Relays F111 2898 Digital Input 5 Trip Delay 50000 100ms CG92 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 97 1st & 2nd Character of Digital Input 3 2900 ’GE’ Name ↓ ↓ 11th & 12th Character of Digital Input 3 2905 ’GE’ Name 2910 Digital Input 3 Type F116 2911 Reserved 2912 Digital Input 3 Alarm F115 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG93...
  • Page 98 Digital Input 4 Trip Delay 50000 100ms 2979 Digital Input 4 Assignable Function F163 Reserved RRTD 2 – DIGITAL INPUT 1 1st & 2nd Character of Digital Input 1 2980 ’GE’ Name CG94 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 99 Digital Input 2 Alarm Relays F113 29F4 Digital Input 2 Alarm Delay 50000 100ms 29F5 Digital Input 2 Alarm Events F103 29F6 Digital Input 2 Trip F115 29F7 Digital Input 2 Trip Relays F111 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG95...
  • Page 100 1st & 2nd Character of Digital Input 6 2A60 ’GE’ Name ↓ ↓ 11th & 12th Character of Digital Input 6 2A65 ’GE’ Name 2A70 Digital Input 6 Type F116 2A71 Reserved CG96 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 101 Digital Input 5 Alarm Events F103 2AD6 Digital Input 5 Trip F115 2AD7 Digital Input 5 Trip Relays F111 2AD8 Digital Input 5 Trip Delay 50000 100ms 2AD9 Digital Input 5 Assignable Function F163 Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG97...
  • Page 102 2B45 ’GE’ Name 2B50 Digital Input 3 Type F116 2B51 Reserved 2B52 Digital Input 3 Alarm F115 2B53 Digital Input 3 Alarm Relays F113 2B54 Digital Input 3 Alarm Delay 50000 100ms CG98 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 103 2BB1 Analog Output 1 Forced Value % range 2BB2 Analog Output 2 Forced Value % range 2BB3 Analog Output 3 Forced Value % range 2BB4 Analog Output 4 Forced Value % range 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG99...
  • Page 104 EVENT RECORDER / TRACE MEMORY / MOTOR START DATA LOGGER (ADDRESSES 3000 TO 3FFF) EVENT RECORDER 3000 Event Recorder Last Reset (2 words) 3002 Total Number of Events Since Last Clear 65535 CG100 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 105 DATA LOGGER LOG HEADER 3200 Log Time Interval 3600 3600 3201 Log Record Size Words 3202 Log Total Possible Records 16256 3203 Total Logs Since Last Clear 65535 3204 Total Logs Presently Used 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG101...
  • Page 106 Data Log Register 64 32C1 Reserved 3FFF Reserved 1. Addresses 0x030FB and 0x30FC have different functionality, depending on which functionality is se- lected in address 0x30EF, Waveform Capture, Motor Start Data Logger CG102 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 107: Format Codes

    Major Revision Number, 0 to 9 in steps of 1 Minor Revision Number (two BCD digits), 00 to 99 in steps of 1 xxxx xxxx 1111 1111 Example: Revision 2.30 stored as 0230 hex 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG103...
  • Page 108 Minutes (0 to 59) 3rd byte Seconds (0 to 59) 4th byte Hundreds of seconds (0 to 99) - Not used by 369 2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED LONG VALUE 16 bits Example: 1234 stored as 1234. Note: -1 means “Never” 2’s COMPLEMENT SIGNED VALUE, 2 DECIMAL PLACES (Power Factor) 16 bits Example: Power Factor of 0.87 lag is used as 87 (i.e.
  • Page 109 Unsigned 16 bit integer TEMPERATURE DISPLAY UNITS F100 Celsius Fahrenheit Unsigned 16 bit integer BAUD RATE 1200 baud 2400 baud F101 4800 baud 9600 baud 19200 baud Unsigned 16 bit integer PARITY None F102 Even 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG105...
  • Page 110 F109 Starter Aux a (52a) Starter Aux b (52b) Unsigned 16 bit integer EMERGENCY RESTART SWITCH INPUT FUNCTION Emergency Switch General Switch Digital Counter F110 Waveform Capture DeviceNet Control Speed Switch Reserved CG106 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 111 ALARM/TRIP TYPE SELECTION F115 Latched Unlatched Unsigned 16 bit integer SWITCH TYPE F116 Normally Open Normally Closed Unsigned 16 bit integer RESET MODE All Resets F117 Remote Reset Only Local Reset Only 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG107...
  • Page 112 Unsigned 16 bit integer LOCAL/REMOTE RTD VOTING SELECTION RTD #1 RTD #2 RTD #3 RTD #4 RTD #5 F122 RTD #6 RTD #7 RTD #8 RTD #9 RTD #10 RTD #11 RTD #12 All Stator CG108 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 113 Unsigned 16 bit integer ALARM STATUS Not Active F123 Timing Out Active Latched Unsigned 16 bit integer PHASE ROTATION AT MOTOR TERMINALS F124 Unsigned 16 bit integer STARTER TYPE F125 Breaker Contactor 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG109...
  • Page 114 Local RTD #3 Local RTD #4 Local RTD #5 Local RTD #6 Local RTD #7 Local RTD #8 Local RTD #9 Local RTD #10 Local RTD #11 Local RTD #12 Power Factor CG110 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 115 Stopped Starting F133 Running Overloaded Tripped F134 Unsigned 16 bit integer CAUSE OF EVENT No Event Forced Setpoints Dump Speed Switch Trip Differential Switch Trip Reserved Spare Switch Trip Emergency Switch Trip 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG111...
  • Page 116 Starts Hour Block Time Between Starts Block Restart Block Backspin Block Single Shot Restart Undervoltage Trip Overvoltage Trip Voltage Phase Reversal Trip Underfrequency Trip Overfrequency Trip Lead Power Factor Trip Lag Power Factor Trip CG112 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 117 RTD11 Trip RTD12 Trip Reserved Reserved Spare Switch Alarm Emergency Switch Alarm Diff Switch Alarm Speed Switch Alarm Reset Switch Alarm Reserved Thermal Capacity Alarm Overload Alarm Mechanical Jam Alarm Undercurrent Alarm 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG113...
  • Page 118 RTD2 Alarm RTD3 Alarm RTD4 Alarm RTD5 Alarm RTD6 Alarm F134 RTD7 Alarm con’t RTD8 Alarm RTD9 Alarm RTD10 Alarm RTD11 Alarm RTD12 Alarm RTD1 Hi Alarm RTD2 Hi Alarm RTD3 Hi Alarm CG114 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 119 Kvar Demand Alarm Kva Demand Alarm Digital Counter Alarm Service Alarm Control Power Lost Control Power App Emergency Restart Closed Emergency Restart Open Start While Blocked Reserved Breaker Failure Welded Contactor Incomplete Sequence Trip 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG115...
  • Page 120 RRTD2 RTD3 Trip con’t RRTD2 RTD4 Trip RRTD2 RTD5 Trip RRTD2 RTD6 Trip RRTD2 RTD7 Trip RRTD2 RTD8 Trip RRTD2 RTD9 Trip RRTD2 RTD10 Trip RRTD2 RTD11 Trip RRTD2 RTD12 Trip RRTD3 RTD1 Trip CG116 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 121 RRTD4 RTD7 Trip RRTD4 RTD8 Trip RRTD4 RTD9 Trip RRTD4 RTD10 Trip RRTD4 RTD11 Trip RRTD4 RTD12 Trip RRTD1 RTD1 Alarm RRTD1 RTD2 Alarm RRTD1 RTD3 Alarm RRTD1 RTD4 Alarm RRTD1 RTD5 Alarm 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG117...
  • Page 122 RRTD1 RTD12 Hi Alarm RRTD1 Open RTD Alarm RRTD1 Low RTD Alarm RRTD2 RTD1 Alarm RRTD2 RTD2 Alarm RRTD2 RTD3 Alarm RRTD2 RTD4 Alarm RRTD2 RTD5 Alarm RRTD2 RTD6 Alarm RRTD2 RTD7 Alarm CG118 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 123 RRTD2 Open RTD Alarm RRTD2 Low RTD Alarm RRTD3 RTD1 Alarm RRTD3 RTD2 Alarm RRTD3 RTD3 Alarm RRTD3 RTD4 Alarm RRTD3 RTD5 Alarm RRTD3 RTD6 Alarm RRTD3 RTD7 Alarm RRTD3 RTD8 Alarm RRTD3 RTD9 Alarm 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG119...
  • Page 124 RRTD4 RTD1 Alarm RRTD4 RTD2 Alarm RRTD4 RTD3 Alarm RRTD4 RTD4 Alarm RRTD4 RTD5 Alarm RRTD4 RTD6 Alarm RRTD4 RTD7 Alarm RRTD4 RTD8 Alarm RRTD4 RTD9 Alarm RRTD4 RTD10 Alarm RRTD4 RTD11 Alarm CG120 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 125 RRTD4 Low RTD Alarm Power Failure Software Reset Clock Failure A/D Failure Autorestart Attempt Autorestart Success Autorestart Aborted 1 Autorestart Aborted 2 Autorestart Aborted 3 Autorestart Aborted 4 Autorestart Aborted 5 Motor Running Motor Stopped 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG121...
  • Page 126 RTD 3 Open Alarm Ctd. RTD 4 Open Alarm RTD 5 Open Alarm RTD 6 Open Alarm RTD 7 Open Alarm RTD 8 Open Alarm RTD 9 Open Alarm RTD 10 Open Alarm CG122 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 127 UVR In Progress Off UVR Close On UVR Close Off UVR Imm. Restart On UVR Imm. Restart Off UVR Stop On UVR Stop Off Motor Starting F138 Reserved Reserved F139 Reserved Reserved 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG123...
  • Page 128 F156 Remote RTD Module Communication Lost Remote RTD Communication on Line Unsigned 16 Bit Integer DIFFERENTIAL SWITCH INPUT FUNCTION Differential Switch General Switch F157 Digital Counter Waveform Capture DeviceNet Control Reserved Reserved CG124 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 129 Waveform Capture DeviceNet Control Speed Switch Reserved Unsigned 16 Bit Integer OUTPUT RELAY FAILSAFE CODE F161 Failsafe Non Failsafe Unsigned 16 Bit Integer ACCESS LEVEL Read Only F162 Read / Write Factory Service 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG125...
  • Page 130 OVERALL HOTTEST STATOR RTD OWNER No RTDs programmed or available Remote RTD #1 F165 Remote RTD #2 Remote RTD #3 Remote RTD #4 Local 369 Unsigned 16 Bit Integer ENERGY UNIT DISPLAY F166 Mega Kilo CG126 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 131 51G - Ground Fault 66 - Starts Per Hour / Time Between Starts Unsigned 16 Bit Integer OUTPUT RELAY TYPE F181 Latched Pulsed Unsigned 16 Bit Integer PROTECTION FUNCTION BLOCKING STATUS F182 Not Blocked Blocked 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG127...
  • Page 132 Log 3/11/19/25/35/43/ Start Method xxxx xxxx xx1x xxxx Log 3/11/19/25/35/43/ Stop Method xxxx xxxx x1xx xxxx Log 4/12/20/25/36/44/ Start Method xxxx xxxx 1xxx xxxx Log 4/12/20/25/36/44/ Stop Method CG128 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 133 Log 8/16/24/25/40/48/ Stop Method BIT VALUE Log Started/Stopped From Motor Start/Stop or Run To Fill Log Started/Stopped Manually F192 Bitmask 369 DIGITAL INPUT AND OUTPUT RELAY STATUS xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx1 Access Switch xxxx xxxx xxxx xx1x Speed Switch xxxx xxxx xxxx x1xx...
  • Page 134 Reactive Power Apparent Power Positive MegaWatthours Positive Megavarhours Negative Megavarhours Positive KiloWatthours Positive Kilovarhours Negative Kilovarhours Local RTD #1 Temperature Local RTD #2 Temperature Local RTD #3 Temperature Local RTD #4 Temperature CG130 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...
  • Page 135 RRTD 2 - RTD #2 Temperature RRTD 2 - RTD #3 Temperature RRTD 2 - RTD #4 Temperature RRTD 2 - RTD #5 Temperature RRTD 2 - RTD #6 Temperature RRTD 2 - RTD #7 Temperature 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE CG131...
  • Page 136 RRTD 1 – Digital Input and Output Relays Status F193 RRTD 2 – Digital Input and Output Relays Status F193 RRTD 3 Digital Input and Output Relays Status F193 RRTD 4 Digital Input and Output Relays Status F193 CG132 369 MOTOR MANAGEMENT RELAY – COMMUNICATIONS GUIDE...

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