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EN1I-6310
USER'S MANUAL
M
CD3000
-3PH
Rev. 12/2004
THYRISTOR UNIT
90A
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  • Page 1 EN1I-6310 USER’S MANUAL CD3000 -3PH Rev. 12/2004 THYRISTOR UNIT Up To...
  • Page 2 EN1I-6310...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell CD3000M-3PH Thyristor Unit up to 90A Index: Glossary Terminology Input signal Power feed back What is a thyristor unit Technical specifications General Features: Input features Output features Derating curve Ordering information Installation and wiring information...
  • Page 4 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10. Modbus communication 10.1 Physical requirements 10.2 ModBus RTU protocol 10.3 Word parameters 10.4 Thyristor unit Configuration 10.5 Address configuration 11. Maintenance 11.1 Trouble Shooting 11.2 Repairing procedure 11.3 Fans 11.4 Servicing 11.5 Warranty conditions...
  • Page 5 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell CAUTION Thyristor units are used in power industrial equipment. When the thyristor unit is working, there are on the unit the following voltages - Maximum main supply voltage on power terminals up to 600V.
  • Page 6 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual Protection(protection) CD3000 thyristor family has a polymeric plastic cover in compliance to International specification IP20. To understand if IP20 protection is sufficient should be evaluated the installation place where the units are installed.
  • Page 7: Glossary

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 1. Glossary 1.1 Terminology voltage power supply. the full circulating current in thyristor unit. total load power. 1.2 Input signal SSR: This input type is a square waveform generated by a temperature controller.
  • Page 8: Technical Specifications

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 2. Technical specifications 2.1 General Features: Operating temperature 0÷40°C for higher temperature see derating curve Voltage power supply 24V minimum, 480V max and 600V on request Input signal 4÷20 mA 0÷10V potentiometer (10k ohm)
  • Page 9: Output Features

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 2.3 Output features NA=not Available Current Voltage Ripetitive peak Latching Max peak Leakage T value Frequency Power Isolation range reverse voltage current one cycle current thyristor range loss Voltage (10msec.) I=Inom (480V) (600V)
  • Page 10: Ordering Information

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 3. Ordering information Model CD3000M 3PH CD3000M-3PH 400V 480V 460V Ex:CD3000M 3PH/ 75A/ SSR/ 1 Nominal current of CD3000M 2 Operating Load Voltage (incoming voltage supply) Specify the value of the line supply.
  • Page 11: Installation And Wiring Information

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 4. Installation and wiring information 4.1 Identification of the unit Before to install the CD3000M unit examine for damages or deficiencies. If any is found, notify the carrier immediately. Check that the product features shown on CD3000M cover and identification label corresponds to that ordered.
  • Page 12: Dimensions

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 4.3 Dimensions Size W(mm) H(mm) D(mm) 15A (S2C) 30A (S4C) 45A (S6C) 60A (S8C) 75A (S8C) 90A (S8C) 4.4 CT dimensions (Heater Break HB) www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 13: Fixing Holes

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 4.5 Fixing Holes Size A(mm) B(mm) C(mm) D(mm) E(mm) 15A (S2C) 30A (S4C) 45A (S6C) 60A (S8C) 75A (S8C) 90A (S8C) www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 14: Wiring Instructions

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 5. Wiring Instructions Warning: this procedure can be done just by specialized personnel. CD3000M unit has isolated heatsink. For safety connect the heatsink to hearth using its terminal with hearth symbol. CD3000M can be susceptible to airborne interferences from near equipment or from interferences on main supply, so a number of precautions must be taken.
  • Page 15 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 5.1.1 Power Terminals Before connect or disconnect, make sure that the power, control cables and wires are insulated from the voltage Terminal Description Line Input Load Output Line Input Load Output Line Input Load Output www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 16: Cabling Detail

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 5.2 Cabling detail Use 75°C copper (CU) conductor only, provided with the terminal type indicated below. (Utiliser conducteur de cuivre (CU) pour 75°C seulement, avec les terminal suivants ) Torque/couple Current/courant Wire/cable Wire terminal/terminal...
  • Page 17 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell Power terminals: wire details: Current Supply Load Cable Screw Clable Screw Auxiliary connectors and earth: Current Auxiliary Supply Earth Cable Clable Screw 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 0,50 www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 18: Wiring Connections

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 5.3 Wiring connections 5.3.1 CD3000 15-25-35-45A * The user installation must be protect by electromagnetic circuit Reset breaker or by fuse isolator ** If the Auxiliary Voltage RS485-A RS485-B (written on the identification label) is different from H.B.
  • Page 19 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 5.3.2 CD3000 30A * The user installation must be protect by electromagnetic circuit Reset breaker or by fuse isolator RS485-A ** If the Auxiliary Voltage RS485-B (written on the identification H.B. label) is different from...
  • Page 20 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual * The user installation must be protect by electromagnetic circuit Reset 220 Vac breaker or by fuse isolator RS485-A RS485-B ** If the Auxiliary Voltage H.B. (written on the identification Contact NO/NC label) is different from...
  • Page 21: Led Status Table

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 5.4 LED Status Table STATUS DESCRIPTION Auxiliary supply is not connect Auxiliary supply is connect SCR OK SCR short circuit Laod OK Load Fault OFF Condition(Load IS NOT Powered) ON Condition(Load IS Powered)
  • Page 22: Start Up

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 6. START UP Before to supply the thyristor unit: • verify that load current equal or less than nominal; For resistive load For inductive delta open load • verify that there is no short circuit on load;...
  • Page 23: To Remove The Board

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 6.1 To remove the board 1 Remove plastic Cover 2 Pull the PCB www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 24: Auxiliary Supply

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 6.2 Auxiliary supply Warning: this procedure can be done just by specialized personnel. To change auxiliary supply voltage sold the correct link-jumper on main PCB Main PCB 230V Auxiliary supply 460V Auxiliary supply If the Auxiliary Voltage (written on the identification label) is different from Supply Voltage •...
  • Page 25: Analog Input

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 6.3 Analog input Warning: this procedure can be done just by specialized personnel. 6.3.1 Setting Analog input To change input type remove plastic cover and configure jumpers as represented below: Jumpers Configuration FRONT PCB...
  • Page 26 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 6.3.2 Tuning Analog input Warning: this procedure can be done just by specialized personnel. START TUNE UNIT OFF Mantain Kay CAL pushed 2sec. and Switch ON Release key when red and yellow H.B.
  • Page 27: Heater Break Alarm

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 6.4 Heater Break Alarm Heater Break Alarm is a microprocessor based circuit to diagnose partial or total load failure and short circuit on SCR and fuses failure. • discrimination better than 20%; • latching alarm plus reset;...
  • Page 28 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 6.4.3 HB alarm contact Warning: this procedure can be done just by specialized personnel. The contact of the H.B. Relay is available on auxiliary terminals. Terminal Descriprion Common relay HB alarm NO/NC HB relay alarm...
  • Page 29 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell Main PCB www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 30 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 6.4.4Calibration This procedure it’s necessary to give set point to Heater Break. CD3000M reads the load current many times and when the value is the same for three times takes it as set point.
  • Page 31 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 6.4.5 Digital input Command Reset Reset H.B. H.B. Contact Contact NO/NC NO/NC 6.4.6 RS485 Command RS485-A RS485-B Reset Reset H.B. H.B. Contact Contact NO/NC NO/NC If load current decreases for partial or total load failure (sensitivity 20% standard adjustable via RS485) the yellow LED becomes ON and alarm relay changes status.
  • Page 32: Thyristor Firing Mode

    SSR from controller 7.2 Burst Firing (BF) This firing performed in Digital mode in Honeywell Thyristor unit gives a lot of advantages because switches Thyristor at zero voltage crossing without EMC VOLTAGE SUPPLY (V) interferences. Analog input is necessary for BF and can be decided how many complete cycles we want at 50% of power demand.
  • Page 33: Configurator

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 7.3 Configurator To configure CD3000M unit, you can download the free software and the Configurator Manual from our web site www.honeywell.com/imc. To configure the unit you can use the standard communication on terminals 7-8 or use a programming cable.
  • Page 34 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual To connect the programming cable to the thyristor unit, remove cover as in picture. PROG. CONN. Once removed the cover, put a side of cable in prog connector(K10) and the other side in the PC RS232(9PIN) serial port.
  • Page 35: Fuse And Fuseholder For Ul Certification Unit

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 8. Fuse and fuseholder for UL certification unit 8.1 Fuse and Fuse Code The thyristor unit must be protected by fuses against short circuit selecting the proper I²t that must be lower than thyristor one. The same caution must be taken if Circuit Breaker is used.
  • Page 36: Fuseholder Size

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 8.2 FuseHolder size 30-45A 17mm 80 mm 26mm 110 mm 60 A 75-90A 37mm 150 mm 35mm 70 mm 125 mm www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 37: Fuse And Fuseholder For Ce Mark Unit

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 9. Fuse and fuseholder for CE mark unit 9.1 Fuse and Fuse Code The thyristor unit must be protected by fuses against short circuit selecting the proper I²t that must be lower than thyristor one. The same caution must be taken if Circuit Breaker is used.
  • Page 38: Fuseholder Size

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 9.2 FuseHolder size 30-45A 17mm 80 mm 26mm 110 mm 60-75A 37mm 150 mm 35mm 70 mm 125 mm www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 39: Modbus Communication

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.Modbus communication The CD3000M is equipped with two-wire RS485-compatible serial communications, by which means communication may occur between the Controller and a master device (e.g. a computer or terminal). 10.1 Physical requirements 10.1.1 Character Transmission Data format is fixed to be one start bit, eight data bits, one stop bit, baud rate 9600 and the parity none.
  • Page 40 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual Since only the RTU form of the protocol is supported, each message is followed by a two-byte CRC 16 (a 16-bit cyclic redundancy checksum). This checksum is calculated in accordance with a formula which involves recursive division of the data by a polynomial, with the input to each division being the remainder of the results of the previous division.
  • Page 41 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell CR= CRC error check data (1 word) I = Digits of calculation characters START in command message J = Check on the number of times of CR calculation Setting FFFF (Hex) To CR...
  • Page 42 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10.2.3 C Language CRC 16 Example static short CRC16 (unsigned char *p_first,unsigned char *p_last) unsigned int crc=0xffff; short j; for (;p_first<=p_last;p_first++) crc ^= *p_first; for(j=8;j>0;j--) if(crc & 0x0001) crc = crc >> 1;...
  • Page 43 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.2.5 Preset Multiple Registers (Write n Words) - Function 16 This is an eleven-byte message. only one parameter may be written for each received message. The usual pre-amble is followed by the address of the parameter to be written, a two-byte word...
  • Page 44: Word Parameters

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10.3 Word parameters Parameter Notes Heater nominal current Read only Set-point HB Read /write Status Table (shown in Tab 2.1.2) Read only Comand Table (shown in Tab 2.1.3) Read /write Read - (Write if BIT1in Command table i = 1) Output Power (0 –...
  • Page 45 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.3.2 Set-point HB Parameter 2 Operations: Read/Write Meaning: It correspond at one value in points (0-255, o-FF Hex). It’s the set of current value below which HB alarm occurs. This value is the load current minus % value of parameter 124H. This value depend on nominal current of transformer that change in function of thyristor nominal current as described in below tab.
  • Page 46 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10.3.5 Output Power Parameter 5 Command from controller Operations: Read Meaning: It rapresent a value in points (0-255, 0-FF Hex) and it’s the power demand in % of controller. Example: 0 (Hex) = 128...
  • Page 47 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.3.7 Status Table Meaning Notes Short circuit on SCR Read only Load Failure Read only On-Off Read only HB Calibration in progress Read only 0=Normal 1=Calibration 10.3.7.1 Short circuit on SCR Bit 0...
  • Page 48 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10.3.8 Command Table Meaning Notes Read /write 0=Off - 1=ACTVATE Calibration HB Calibration ( normal mode set to 0) Firing command Read /write 0=from terminal - 1=from RS485 On-Off Read /write 0=Off -...
  • Page 49: Thyristor Unit Configuration

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.4 Thyristor unit Configuration Parameter Notes Password Write Delay trigger 124L Read /write % HB 124H Read /write Firing type 125L Read /write Soft start time 125H Read /write N° burst 126L Read /write...
  • Page 50 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10.4.4 Firing type Parameter 125L Operations: Read/Write Meaning: Selection table of firing modes. Value Type Option Zero Crossing Single Cycle Burst Zero Crossing Soft Start Single Cycle Burst Soft Start Zero Crossino Delay trigger...
  • Page 51 User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.4.6 N° burst Parameter 126L Operations: Read/Write Meaning: It’s a value in point (0 – 255, 0 – FF Hex). In burst firing mode it rapresents the number of cycles at 50% power demand 10.4.7 Delay time HB...
  • Page 52 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 10.4.9 Cycle time Parameter 127H Operations: Read/Write Meaning: It’s a value in points (0 – 255, 0 – FF Hex). Each step is 50msec . ON OFF 100% Time Cycle Time When single cycle (SC) and burst firing (BF) is used must be setted at 240 (FO Hex)
  • Page 53: Address Configuration

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 10.5 Address configuration To Configure communication address remove cover and set the dip-switch as below specified. ON OFF 10.5.1 Address table www.honeywell.com/imc...
  • Page 54 Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual www.honeywell.com/imc...
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  • Page 56: Maintenance

    Honeywell CD3000M-3PH up to 90A User’s Manual 11. Maintenance 11.1 Trouble Shooting Small problems sometimes can be solved locally with the help of the below tab of trouble shooting. If you don’t succeed, contact us or your nearest distributor. Symptom...
  • Page 57: Repairing Procedure

    User’s Manual CD3000M-3PH up to 90A Honeywell 11.2 Repairing procedure • Phone to us. • Explain to Service Engineer the problem because sometimes it can be solved with a phone call. • If this is not possible ship the unit to us or to your distributor.
  • Page 58 However, we assume no responsibility for its use. While we provide application assistance personally, through our literature and the Honeywell website, it is up to the customer to determine the suitability of the product in the application.