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DOCUMENT: NBZ0004 Rev.0
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INSTALLATION – OPERATION - MAINTENANCE
TE2 Series
Low Voltage
Digital
Solid State Soft Starter
18 – 1250A
Issued: 11/18
Firmware Version 1.32

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  • Page 1 DOCUMENT: NBZ0004 Rev.0 INSTRUCTION MANUAL INSTALLATION – OPERATION - MAINTENANCE TE2 Series Low Voltage Digital Solid State Soft Starter 18 – 1250A Issued: 11/18 Firmware Version 1.32...
  • Page 2 Basic Installation and Operation Guide TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starters 18 – 1250A This Page Intentionally Left Blank...
  • Page 3 The sales contract contains the entire obligation of Toshiba International Corporation. The warranty contained in the contract between the parties is the sole warranty of Toshiba International Corporation and any statements contained herein do not create new warranties or modify the existing warranty.
  • Page 4 Toshiba International Corporation. © Copyright 2018 Toshiba International Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. TOSHIBA® is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation. All other product or trade references appearing in this manual are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 5 TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starters 18 – 1250A Contacting TIC’s Customer Support Center Toshiba International Corporation’s Customer Support Center can be contacted to obtain help in resolving any system problem that you may experience or to provide application information.
  • Page 6 General Safety Information DO NOT attempt to install, operate, maintain, or dispose of this equipment until you have read and understood all of the product safety information and directions that are contained in this manual. Safety Alert Symbol The Safety Alert Symbol is comprised of an equilateral triangle enclosing an exclamation mark. This indicates that a potential personal injury hazard exists.
  • Page 7 Basic Installation and Operation Guide TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starters 18 – 1250A Equipment Warning Labels DO NOT attempt to install, operate, perform maintenance, or dispose of this equipment, until you have read and understood all of the product labels, and user directions, that are contained in this manual.
  • Page 8 • Inspections may be required after moving the equipment. • Contact your Toshiba Customer Support Center to report discrepancies or for assistance if required. Handling and Storage • Use proper lifting techniques when moving the breaker; including properly sizing up the load, getting assistance, and using a forklift if required.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Page Chapter 1 - Introduction General Description ……………………….. Sizes and Ratings ………………………….. Chapter 2 - Installation Receiving and Unpacking …………………. Choosing a Location …………………..Initial Unit Inspection …………………..SERVICE WARNING! …………………….. Mounting and Cleaning ……………………. Power Terminations ……………………….. Remote Keypad Mounting…………....
  • Page 10: Chapter 1 - Introduction

    The SCRs are sized to withstand starting currents of 500% for 20 seconds (Standard Duty) and up to 500% for 60 seconds (Heavy Duty). The TE2 Series features smooth, stepless ramp control, which reduces motor inrush current and excessive wear on the mechanical drive train components.
  • Page 11 0 - 10 Attempts, in 1 minute cycles. Shorted SCR Lockout (1 shorted SCR) and independent Shunt Trip (multiple Power Device Monitoring shorted SCRs). Can be disabled in programming. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual P a g e...
  • Page 12 Can be programmed for 12 functions with scaling. AC Triac solid state switch. Dedicated Fault Output 240VAC, 50mA max. Approvals UL Listed, Canadian UL (cUL) Listed CE Approved. UL 60947-4-2 TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual P a g e...
  • Page 13: Sizes And Ratings

    Model above the nameplate current rating. If using this Service Number Factor, the TE2 Series starter must be sized for the total amps Min.- Max. used. For proper selection of the TE2 Series starter when using SF continuously, multiply the nameplate FLA by the...
  • Page 14: Chapter 2 - Installation

    HP and current rating with which it is to be used. Choosing a Location Proper location of the TE2 Series is necessary to achieve specified performance and normal operational lifetime. The TE2 Series should always be installed in an area where the following conditions exist: ...
  • Page 15: Service Warning

    1" minimum (25 mm ) 4" minimum ( 100 mm ) TE2 Series Starter 4" minimum ( 100 mm ) 1" minimum (25 mm ) Figure 2.5: TE2 minimum mounting clearances TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual P a g e...
  • Page 16: Power Terminations

    V/T2 R/L1 T/L3 1.23" 1.13" (31.22 mm) (28.68 mm) Line Load Figure 2.6.1 Critical clearances for bus tab connections Figure 2.6.2 Critical clearances for bus tab connections TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual P a g e...
  • Page 17 (3.55 mm) S/L2 V/T2 Line Load Figure 2.6.3 Critical clearances for bus tab connections Note: Consult factory for bus tab critical dimensions for units 210A and above TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual P a g e...
  • Page 18: Remote Keypad Mounting

    75C are shown in the chart below. Always consult local and national codes along with industry standard practices for proper wires sizes and terminations to accommodate voltage drop and ambient conditions. Table 2.6: TE2 Series Wire Ranges and Torque Specifications Suggested Tightening Screw / Bolt...
  • Page 19: Dimensions

    Factory TE2-1006-BP through 50.77 25.5 13.28 42.75 23.25 0.40 Contact TE2 -1250-BP (1182.6) (716.3) (332.7) (1095.9) (590.5) (10.2) Factory F dia. Figure 2.8: TE2 Dimensions TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 10 | P a g e...
  • Page 20: Chapter 3 - Motor Overload Protection

    All TE2 Series starters are shipped from the factory with F001 set to a default value of 0000. If F001 is left at the factory default, the unit will not operate. If the user attempts to start the TE2 Series without entering the motor nameplate FLA, the starter will Fault and the display will read “nFLA”...
  • Page 21 If Automatic Reset is necessary, change from Manual Reset to Automatic Reset by using Function F005. (See Section 5 for details). In this mode, a 3-wire control circuit will be capable of restart when the TE2 Series has reset itself after the cool down period. WARNING! Two-wire control systems may restart without warning when Auto Reset of the Overload Protection is selected.
  • Page 22: Nema Class Trip Curves

    Overload Protection During Bypass When an integral Bypass Contactor is used to shunt power around the SCRs in the TE2 Series (as in the TE2…-BP version), overload protection is maintained as long as the TE2 Series is directly controlling the contactor. No additional Overload Relay is necessary for normal operation.
  • Page 23 Class 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30. Program the appropriate curve according to the characteristics of your motor and load. 3.2.4 Overload Trip Curve Chart Figure 3.2.4: TE2 Series Overload Trip Curves TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 14 | P a g e...
  • Page 24: Chapter 4 - Connections

    Power Factor Correction Capacitors Power factor correction capacitors can be connected to motors Figure 4.1: controlled by TE2 Series starters; however they must be off-line during TE2 Power Connections ramping. Connect PFC capacitors to the Line side of the starter with a separate capacitor control contactor.
  • Page 25: Control Connections

    4.1.4 Testing The TE2 Series can be tested with a load smaller than the motor it was originally selected to control, however additional steps must be taken to avoid tripping on Phase Current Loss. See section 5.6.8.a under “Phase Loss Protection” for additional details on performing this task.
  • Page 26 120VAC Separate AC Control Power supply is required to power the electronics Supply of the TE2 Series starter. The standard is 120VAC, but 240VAC (optional) can be ordered if necessary for your line power supply A1 A2 configuration. The control voltage must be connected to terminals marked A1 and A2 of TB-2 as shown in figure 4.2.1 (these are also...
  • Page 27 A factory-installed jumper is provided which allows the TE2 Series unit to operate if external interlocks are not used. If this jumper is removed and an interlock is not used, the TE2 Series unit will not function. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual...
  • Page 28  Closing a dry (voltage free) contact between TB1, terminals 6 and 7 will enable Ramp 2, and the TE2 Series starter will respond to the settings for Ramp 2 in F015 - F018. If no contact closure is present, the TE2 Series starter defaults to the Ramp 1 parameters (F011 - F014).
  • Page 29 4.2.6 Analog Output (4-20mA) The TE2 Series starter provides a 4 to 20 milliamp output signal that can be set to monitor different parameter values using F108 and scaled with parameter F109 and F110. See section 5.5.16.  4.2.6.a External Overload Relay Connection If an external Overload Relay (OLR) is used (see Section 3.1.3.c and...
  • Page 30 Start command, returns to normal on Stop (or Begin Decel if active).  AUX 2 - At-Speed / Stop (see F061).This contact changes state upon the TE2 Series detecting At-Speed, and returns to normal on Stop. At-Speed is determined by the TE2 Series detecting the AUX.
  • Page 31 No field wiring is necessary to these terminals if this feature is not used. For all other styles of TE2 Series, the At-Speed signaling can be programmed into any of the three Output relays (section 4.2.8 and Table 5.6.9).
  • Page 32: Chapter 5 - Programming

    The only parameter that MUST be set by the user is motor FLA (F001). Digital Interface The TE2 Series Soft Starter includes a digital keypad with eight LEDs, seven command keys, and an LED display with four alphanumeric digits.
  • Page 33: Display Modes

    [H083] Indicates the motor has 83% of its thermal capacity remaining (H = Heat). Press the UP arrow [0120.] Loop back to Phase A current indication TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 24 | P a g e...
  • Page 34: Program Mode

    If password protection has been enabled, the operator will need to obtain password access before function settings can be changed. See Section 5.6.12 and Appendix 3. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 25 | P a g e...
  • Page 35 5.4.2 Enabling Password Protection / Parameter Lock The TE2 Series starter is shipped with the password protection disabled (F070 = 0). If it becomes necessary to prevent parameters from being changed inadvertently, set the password in function F070. See Appendix 3 for details. If the display reads [ Loc] when the [READ/ENTER] key is pressed, the parameter lock is enabled.
  • Page 36 [End] and then returns to the function code. Caution! If the Fn key is pressed or power is lost before the [READ/ENTER] key is pressed, the TE2 Series Starter will not store the selected value in memory. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual...
  • Page 37: Fault Mode

    A1 or A2 Supply and opened to facilitate a trip reset. See figure 5.4.5.b for a suggested connection. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 28 | P a g e...
  • Page 38 RTC value is quickly stored. Upon return of power, the timer values are updated from the RTC for elapsed time. If the Lockout Time has not expired, the TE2 Series cannot be started. To reset the Lockout Times for emergency restart, see section 5.6.11, under F071.
  • Page 39: The Te2 Function List

    1 - 120 seconds 1 second seconds 4.2.5 F018 Max Current Limit of Ramp 2 200 - 600% Motor Current 350% Table 5.5.2: Starting Mode Function Group TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 30 | P a g e...
  • Page 40 F028 1-999 seconds after a Power Loss 1 second 5.6.6 (Sequential Start Delay) Disabled (Status can be read in F054) Table 5.5.6: Restart Function Group TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 31 | P a g e...
  • Page 41 Ground Fault Trip [0 = Disabled] Disabled F047 Ground Fault Trip Delay 1 - 60 seconds 1 second seconds Table 5.5.8: Current and Ground Protection Features Group TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 32 | P a g e...
  • Page 42 Check wiring to each relay before changing programming to ensure there are no unintended consequences. Relays programmed to some protection features will not operate if function is disabled elsewhere. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 33 | P a g e...
  • Page 43 F080 Second 0 - 59 1 Second Factory F081 Revision # Setting F082 - Reserved for factory use F084 Table 5.5.12: System Settings Function Group TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 34 | P a g e...
  • Page 44 F100 Stop [0 = Disabled] 0 - 20 seconds Phase Loss Trip Delay during F101 Running [0 = Disabled] Table 5.5.14: Phase Protection Function Group TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 35 | P a g e...
  • Page 45 1-12 (See Table of Default Display) 5.6.17 F112 System Settings Reserved for factory use Alternate functions for F113 See Table page 64 Ramp2/Jog inputs Table 5.5.17: System Settings TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 36 | P a g e...
  • Page 46: Function Descriptions

    Function Descriptions Your TE2 Series starter is set at the factory with typical default settings that perform well in most applications. Following are detailed descriptions of each Function and the factory default settings. 5.6.1 Motor and Overload Function Descriptions F001= Motor FLA Factory Setting = 0 Range = 50 - 100% of Unit Max.
  • Page 47 If 2-wire control is used, the unit will restart immediately. When set to 2 = Disabled Overload, the TE2 Series will NOT trip on Motor Thermal Overload. This is provided for applications where either an external Overload Relay or Motor...
  • Page 48: Starting Modes

    5.6.2 Starting Modes The TE2 Series is capable of several different starting modes, but is set from the factory for the most common applications. A second ramp profile is available for use should it be required. Unless wired to do so, the TE2 Series defaults to Ramp 1.
  • Page 49: F011 Initial Torque (Vr) Of Ramp

    Factory Setting = 350% Range = 200 - 600% Sets the maximum motor current that the TE2 Series starter will allow during Ramp 1. This limit applies to both voltage and current ramping. Current will be limited to this setting until either the motor reaches full speed or the overload protection feature trips (F003).
  • Page 50: F015 Initial Torque (Vr) Of Ramp

    Factory Setting = 350% Range = 200 - 600% Sets the maximum motor current that the TE2 Series starter will allow during Ramp 2. (This limit applies to both voltage and current-type ramping.) The current will be limited to this setting until either the motor reaches full speed or the overload protection feature trips (F003).
  • Page 51: Jog Mode

    TB1 Terminals 6 and 7. If this input is left open, the parameter F113 for other options. TE2 Series will ignore all Jog settings. Engaging the Jog feature along with the Start / Run Command provides an output from the SCRs, but will not continue ramping to full acceleration.
  • Page 52: Kick Start Mode

    Do not use the Kick Start feature unless you determine that you need it. Using this feature may eliminate many of the mechanical and electrical benefits of using a Soft Starter. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 43 | P a g e...
  • Page 53: Pump-Flex Decel Mode

    Decel Mode (F025 through F028)  Pump-Flex deceleration is a feature of the TE2 Series Soft Starter that slowly decreases the applied voltage to the motor when a stop command is given, resulting in a gentle decrease in motor torque.
  • Page 54: Restart Delay

    5.6.6 Restart Delay The TE2 Series can be programmed to delay restarting upon restoration of line power after an outage. This allows multiple units to be programmed to restart at staggered times in an effort to avoid causing additional problems with the power supply system. Another term for this is “Sequential Start Delay”.
  • Page 55 "At Speed" state during the Run mode. While in the Start mode, this function is ignored in favor of F034. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 46 | P a g e...
  • Page 56: Current And Ground Fault Protection

    Current and Ground Fault Protection Features F038 - F050 set extended protection features that may be used in the TE2 Series starter. Percentages shown are all based automatically upon the Motor FLA setting from F001 except Ground Fault, F046. No additional calculations are necessary.
  • Page 57: Second

    This feature is only intended to provide a level of equipment protection against damaging ground currents. Ground faults are potentially dangerous conditions and must be corrected immediately for safety of operating personnel. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 48 | P a g e...
  • Page 58 We recommend providing external GF protection using a core balanced Zero Sequence CT for those types of applications. Consult factory for additional assistance. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 49 | P a g e...
  • Page 59 Duty Cycle” rating. Larger motors tend to have lower starts-per-hour ratings. When using the Decel function (F025), or an external electronic  braking option, count these cycles as additional “starts” when determining maximum starts-per-hour. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 50 | P a g e...
  • Page 60 When F051 is set to 1, TE2 trips when control power is lost. 5.6.9.b Auto-Reset Programming (F052 - F054) The TE2 Series can be programmed to automatically attempt a reset based on the selected “Auto-Reset” faults (F52), provided a Start Command is present (see Section 4.2), and no fault condition is active.
  • Page 61 Factory Setting = 0 (Disabled) Range = 1 - 10 Attempts, or 0 (Disabled) If F053 = 1 through 10, the TE2 Series will attempt to restart if the Start Command is present for this number of times. If set to Zero, the starter will NOT attempt to reset automatically.
  • Page 62 Remaining Thermal Capacity (in the Status Screen group) to be able to determine when a restart will be allowed. This value is automatically updated by the TE2 Series CPU whenever a successful start sequence has been accomplished. The TE2 Series essentially “learns” how much Thermal Capacity is needed in the motor in order to successfully restart, and stores the information in this Function.
  • Page 63: Output Relays

    5.6.10 Output Relays There are three programmable relays (rated 240VAC, 5A, 1200 VA) in the TE2 Series. They can be programmed for change of state indication for any one of the 32 conditions identified in the following chart. F060 = Aux Relay 1: Form C (SPDT)
  • Page 64: Serial Communications

    5.6.11 Serial Communications The TE2 Series starter is shipped from the factory ready to accept RS-485 Serial Communications using Modbus RTU protocol. F065 - F067 are used to set the communications parameters in the starter for use by the adaptor module. F068 determines how the Start / Stop functions work through the COM port.
  • Page 65: System Settings

    Overload Trip can result in motor damage and fire. Use only where emergency restart is necessary with knowledge of these potential hazards. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 56 | P a g e...
  • Page 66 Read Only. Reserved for Factory Use. F074 = CT Ratio: Read Only. Primary value of the TE2 Series internal Current Transformers (CTs) for use in determining the GF trip settings (F046). CTs cannot be used for external metering. Alteration is reserved for factory use only.
  • Page 67: Fault History And Statistical Data

    F091 = Same as F085 except for the Oldest Fault (Fault #3). F092 = Same as F086 except for the Oldest Fault. F093 = Same as F087 except for the Oldest Fault. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 58 | P a g e...
  • Page 68 Basic Examples: Value Value F095 F094 Run Time 23,047 Hours 0002 3047 F097 F096 Run Counts 18,702 Starts 0001 8702 Table 5.5.15: Statistical Data Examples TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 59 | P a g e...
  • Page 69: Phase Protection Settings

    Factory Setting = 0 (Disabled) Range = 0 (Disabled), 1 (A-B-C), or 2 (B-A-C) The TE2 Series is set up to monitor an expected Phase Rotation and trip if it changes. Control of this is divided into two categories: Enable or Disabled and Expected Sequence. The default setting is disabled.
  • Page 70: Motor Power Protection Settings

    Working measured motor power factor lags or leads the value in F106 TRIP TRIP Lead for the time set in F107, the starter will trip. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 61 | P a g e...
  • Page 71: Analog Output

    Iavg: Average of 3 Phase Currents (It is factory default XXXX (A) or display); XX.XX (kA) Shows XX.XX if Iavg>9999 Amp. UXXX Uavg: Average of 3 Line Voltages HXXX Thermal Capacity Remaining TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 62 | P a g e...
  • Page 72 Example: Use Analog Output to measure Line Voltage AB Set F108 to 3 (Line Voltage AB) Set F109 to 0 Set F110 to 480 TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 63 | P a g e...
  • Page 73: Display & System Settings

    “Local” is normal control via Dual Ramp Ext. Lockout N/C button the terminal strip. RESET RESET Remote / Local RESET Ext. Lockout N/O button RESET Ext. Lockout N/C button TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 64 | P a g e...
  • Page 74: Chapter 6 - Start-Up

    Chapter 6 - Start-up Basic Startup Your new TE2 Series Soft Starter is factory preset for a wide variety of applications and often can be used with minimal adjustment. 6.1.1 Three Step Process 1. Connect L1, L2, and L3 to the input voltage source and T1, T2, and T3 to motor.
  • Page 75: Start-Up Check List

    When motor reaches Stop Level, starter should turn off. Status display will again show [0000.] If the unit does not follow this operational sequence, please refer to the Service and Troubleshooting Guide section. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 66 | P a g e...
  • Page 76: Testing With A Smaller Motor

    Phase Current Loss (Running) protection must be disabled as per instructions in section 5.6.14 (F101). If this feature is not disabled, the TE2 Series will trip on a Phase Loss fault after running for 3 seconds at low current levels.
  • Page 77 Phase Rotation Fault During Accel rotA Phase Rotation Fault During Constant Speed rotc Phase Rotation Fault During Decel (or Stop) rotd Table 7.1: Message Fault code List TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 68 | P a g e...
  • Page 78 Control Power Loss Fault During Constant Speed ncPc Control Power Loss Fault During Decel (or Stop) ncPd Table 7.1 Continued: Message Fault code List TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 69 | P a g e...
  • Page 79: Fault Explanation

    Retentive memory has been Various all Lockout Timer values will be cleared (reset to 0). Use this F071 Cleared function only for emergency restart. Motor damage may result. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 70 | P a g e...
  • Page 80: Appendix 1: Ramp Profile Details

    Appendix 1 - Ramp Profile Details The TE2 Series offers four different types of starting ramp profiles. Simply select the one that best matches your motor / load requirements. In addition, two separate ramps are available that can be selected via contact closure (see section 4.2.5.a), and each one can be set up for...
  • Page 81 This feature can be used with or without the Maximum Current Limit setting. To achieve Current Ramping with the TE2 Series, set the Ramp Profile (F010) to 0002 or 0004 (Current Ramp), and the Maximum Current Limit setting (F014) to the desired level. The initial torque value comes from the initial current setting in F012.
  • Page 82 Voltage Ramp (F010=1) and if the motor does not reach full speed while in current limit mode. 2. An “Anti-Oscillation” circuit built-in to the TE2 Series will shorten the Ramp Time if the motor reaches full speed before end of ramp.
  • Page 83: Appendix 2: Pump-Flex  Decel Mode Application Considerations

    Deceleration is THE OPPOSITE of braking. Enabling the Deceleration feature will make the motor take LONGER to stop than if it were simply turned off. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 74 | P a g e...
  • Page 84 Do this only in circumstances where the potential for mechanical damage outweighs the risk of motor damage and fire. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 75 | P a g e...
  • Page 85 In overhead crane applications, Soft Stopping of the Bridge or Trolley can prevent loads from beginning to over swing on sudden stops. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 76 | P a g e...
  • Page 86: Appendix 3: Parameter Lock / User Password Instructions

    “hide” them in the display. Caution: DO NOT LOSE YOUR PASSWORD. If the password has been lost or forgotten, contact Toshiba for assistance. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 77 | P a g e...
  • Page 87 Changing function F070 to [0000] will disable the user password. If the initial display reads [3552], the password is already set to [0000]. Ramp 0mofile TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 78 | P a g e...
  • Page 88: Appendix 4: External Overload Relay Application

    Because of a desire for uniformity and/or operator familiarity in some facilities, Motor Protection Relays or other coordinated OEM protection systems may be used in lieu of the TE2 Series protection (even though most of the features are the same or better). In these instances the TE2 Series Overload protection can simply be turned off, deferring protection to the external devices.
  • Page 89 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 120V Supply from A1 & A2 on TB2 To Dry Contact for Manual activation of bypass contactor (TE2 will fault when bypass is closed). TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 80 | P a g e...
  • Page 90 “CR”. If the selector Switch is in the “SS” (Soft Start) position, the CR contact closes the 24VDC control signal to TB1, terminals 1 & 3 of the TE2 Series and begins ramping. When At-Speed is reached, an internal Bypass Relay closes the Bypass Contactor. While in this mode, the CPU provides full motor protection, even in bypass.
  • Page 91 OLRs for each motor, which would need to be external devices. In these instances the TE2 Series Overload protection should be turned off, deferring protection to the separate OLRs. Care should be taken to ensure that the External OLR is properly wired into the starter control circuit to facilitate shutdown of the motor.
  • Page 92 (default) is used. If started in Fast, different ramp settings are necessary so Ramp 2 is used. (See section 4.2.5a for Dual Ramp info.) Either OLR will trip the TE2 Series, which will display [Ptc] and light the “Overload” LED. TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual...
  • Page 93: Appendix 5: Soft Starter Settings Record

    Accel Ramp Time of Ramp 2 1 - 120 seconds 1 second seconds F018 Max Current Limit of Ramp 2 200 - 600% Motor Current 350% TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 84 | P a g e...
  • Page 94 0 = Disabled, or Restart Delay Time F028 1-999 seconds after a Power Loss 1 second (Sequential Start Delay) Disabled (Status can be read in F054) TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 85 | P a g e...
  • Page 95 Ground Fault Trip 5 - 90% of CT ratio from Fn 74 Disabled F047 Ground Fault Trip Delay 1 - 60 seconds 1 second seconds TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 86 | P a g e...
  • Page 96 ”Aux. Relay Settings Chart” Aux. Relay Delay Timer F063 0 (Disabled), or 1-999 seconds 1 second (for Operations 28-31) No Delay F064 Reserved for factory use TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 87 | P a g e...
  • Page 97 Minute 0 - 59 1 Minute F080 Second 0 - 59 1 Second Factory F081 Revision # Setting F082 - Reserved for factory use F084 TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 88 | P a g e...
  • Page 98 Phase Loss Trip and Delay F100 0, 1-20 Seconds [0= Disabled] during Stop Phase Loss Trip and Delay F101 0, 1-20 Seconds [0= Disabled] during Running TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 89 | P a g e...
  • Page 99 Default Display 1 - 12 (See Table of Default Display) F112 System Settings Reserved for factory Alternate functions for F113 See Table page 64 Ramp2/Jog inputs TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 90 | P a g e...
  • Page 100 For the latest product information visit us at www.Toshiba.com/tic TE2 Series Digital Solid State Soft Starter User Manual 91 | P a g e...