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Betriebsanleitung/Operating Instructions
Thyro-A
Thyristor-Leistungssteller
Thyro-A
Thyristor Power Controller
Thyro-A
PERFECT IN FORM AND FUNCTION

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    Betriebsanleitung/Operating Instructions Thyro-A Thyristor-Leistungssteller Thyro-A Thyristor Power Controller Thyro-A PERFECT IN FORM AND FUNCTION...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents General Type designations/Validity Abbreviations Special Features Warranty Safety Identification in the operating instructions General danger information Operator requirements Personnel requirements Intended use Use of the device 2.6.1 Operation 2.6.2 Prior to installation/commissioning 2.6.3 Maintenance, service, faults 2.6.4 Transport Functions Operating modes 3.1.1 Full wave switch principle TAKT...

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    3.9.2 Load monitoring (only for ...H RL1 and ...H RLP1) 3.9.3 Device temperature monitoring 3.9.4 Fan monitoring (for ...F...) 3.10 Extended functions (with bus module / THYRO-TOOL FAMILY) 3.10.1 Extended operating modes / circuit types 3.10.2 Averaging for the analog output 3.10.3 Control limits 3.10.4...

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    Connecting analog setpoint input Connecting control input for switch operation Connecting the bus module Using the analog output (only for ...H RL1 and ...H RLP1) Using the THYRO-TOOL FAMILY Mains load optimization Internal mains load optimization Synchronization with Thyro-Power Manager Software synchronization (operating mode TAKT) Connecting diagrams Help in the event of problems...

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    Fig. 4 Connection diagram Thyro-A 1A...H1 Fig. 5 Connection diagram Thyro-A 2A...H1 Fig. 6 Connection diagram Thyro-A 1A ...H RL1, ... H RLP1 Fig. 7 Connection diagram Thyro-A 2A ...H RL1, ... H RLP1 Fig. 8 Connection diagram Thyro-A 3A...H1 Fig.

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    AEG PS. © Copyright AEG Power Solutions GmbH 2011. All rights reserved Further information on copyright Thyro-A is an international registered trademark of AEG Power Solutions GmbH. Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.

  • Page 7: General

    These operating instructions describe the configuration and functions of the Thyro-A and are designed to enable qualified personnel to per- form the following work: • planning •...

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    230V, 400V, 500V, 600V ...280 with 280A type current 16 ... 1500A with integrated semiconductor fuse with fan (from 280A types) with signalling relay with load monitoring with additional power control (H RLP) Identification Thyro-A, series Example: Thyro-A 3A...H1 * device-specific...

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    , I ,I . Suitable for the visualization and commissioning software Thyro-Tool Family. Thyro-A ...H RLP1 Thyristor power controller with integrated semiconductor fuse, system bus interface, additional 24 VDC/AC electronic power supply, signal- ling relay, load monitoring and analog output, channel separation,...

  • Page 10: Abbreviations

    ; with ...H RL1 additional I, I , with ...H RLP1 additional P • Operating modes TAKT, VAR and QTM (with Thyro-A 1A) • Synchronization option (for TAKT: with Thyro-Power Manager, for QTM: with internal mains load optimization) • Triggering with analog setpoint via PC or optional bus adapter •...

  • Page 11: Warranty

    Other bus systems on request. • PC-Interface and THYRO-TOOL FAMILY (visualization and commissioning software) 1.4 Warranty In the event of any claims in connection with the Thyro-A, please contact us quoting: • type designation • fabrication number / Serial number •...

  • Page 12: Safety

    2. Safety 2.1 Identification in the operating instructions In these operating instructions, there are warnings before dangerous ac- tions. These warnings are divided into the following danger categories: DANGER Dangers that can lead to serious injuries or fatal injuries. WARNING Dangers that can lead to serious injuries or considerable damage to property.

  • Page 13: General Danger Information

    2.2 General danger information DANGER Electric current Risk of injury from current carrying parts. There is a danger: - in the case of devices not controlled, since the load circuit cannot be disconnected from the power supply network by the power controller. - after disconnection from the power supply network, since the capacitors can still carry a dangerous residual voltage.

  • Page 14: Personnel Requirements

    • The operating conditions and restrictions resulting from the technical data are observed. • Should abnormal voltages, noises, increased temperatures, vibra- tion or similar occur, the device is immediately put out of operation and the maintenance personnel is informed. 2.4 Personnel requirements •...

  • Page 15: Use Of The Device

    • The device may only be operated in conjunction with a connected ahead mains disconnect device (e. g. switch, VDE 0105 T1). • It must be guaranteed that in the event of a fault, no uncontrolled currents, voltages or power may occur in the circuit. •...

  • Page 16: Maintenance, Service, Faults

    cation conditions if necessary (e.g. operating mode, control mode, limitations, monitoring, control characteristic curves, actual value output, fault messages etc.) NOTE Connecting the control signals The following control signals are absolutely necessary for operating the devices: - Setpoint (terminal X2.4 or via bus option) - Pulse blocking (to ground, on terminal X2.1, X2.2;...

  • Page 17: Transport

    2.6.4 Transport • Only transport the device in the original packaging. • Protect the device against damage, caused by jolts, knocks and contamination, for instance.

  • Page 18: Functions

    3. Functions In order for the Thyro-A to be adapted as best possible to the required application, it has numerous functions. These functions are described in this chapter. NOTE Ideal adaption of the Thyro-A to the load Choose the operating or control mode to adapt the Thyro-A to best match the load.

  • Page 19: Phase Angle Principle Var

    3.1.2 Phase angle principle VAR (only A 1A) In this operating mode, the sinus wave of the mains voltage is shifted. The shift depends on the setpoint value. Characteristic of this opera- ting mode are the high control dynamics. When phase angle control VAR is used, harmonics of the mains voltage form.

  • Page 20: Control Modes

    This is done by altering the starting and finishing points of the control characteristic curve. All common signals can be used. As soon as the power controller reaches a limit value (U this is indicated by LEDs (see page 29, LED messages). The power controller has two setpoint inputs that are electrically isola- ted from the mains and of which only one is ever active.

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    Control characteristic curve and control variable The control variable influencing the load is proportional to the effec- tive setpoint in the case of control modes U, I, P. In control modes U , the control variable influencing the load is a square of the effective setpoint.

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    P Output power (only for ...H RLP1) If the load resistance changes, e.g. due to temperature, ageing or load interrupt, the variables influencing the load change. Tab. 1 Effects of a change in the load resistance Control mode Load resistance becomes smaller Load resistance becomes greater Load Load Load...

  • Page 23: Limits

    Soft-Start function. This is important for the transformer load if it was previously switched off for an undefined reason (remanence). For Thyro-A 2A or Thyro 3A the pulse inhibition is only wired to the master (L1, left). 3.6 Current and voltage transformer (only for ...H RL1 and ...H RLP1)

  • Page 24: (only For

    (see page 44, Potentiometer). 3.8 Error and status messages The Thyro-A has internal error and status messages. The THYRO- TOOL FAMILY can be used to configure the consequences. The user can define what the reactions are to be in the event of a particular message.

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    Overview Thyro-A…H1 Error messages Pulse inhibition fixed configurable Frequency error SYNC error Device excess temperature Flash values invalid Master / Slave error Failure in rotating field / phase Status messages Pulse inhibition fixed configurable Undervoltage in mains Overvoltage in mains...

  • Page 26: Default Settings

    Overview Thyro-A…HRL1 and Thyro-A…H RLP1 Error messages Pulse inhibition Fault signalling relay K1 fixed configu- fixed configu- rable rable Frequency error SYNC error Device excess temperature Undercurrent in load curcuit Flash values invalid Master / Slave error Failure in rotating field / phase...

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    Default settings Status messages Pulse inhibition Fault signalling relay K1 Undervoltage in mains Overvoltage in mains Pulse inhibition U limit I limit P limit Default settings Closed circuit principle Fault signalling relay K1...

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    Possible settings in THYRO-TOOL FAMILY...

  • Page 29: Led Messages

    3.8.1 LED messages 1 LED ON (green) Master 2 LED PULSE INHIBIT (red) 3 LED LOAD FAULT (red) 4 Internal LED (green) Master 5 LED ON (green) Slave1 6 Internal LED (green) Slave1 7 LED ON (green) Slave2 8 Internal LED (green) Slave2...

  • Page 30: Led Messages

    LED messages Message LED Internal Internal Internal Description PULSE LOAD LED at LED at LED at INHIBIT FAULT Master Slave 1 Slave 2 (green) (red) (red) (green) (green) (green) Device without Device not operating voltage supply Voltage supply Voltage supply present present Control display...

  • Page 31: Fault Signalling Relay K1

    If the power controller is supplied from an external 24V source at the extra electronics supply input (see page 62, Connecting additional electronics supply), the device sends a frequency error message but does not switch off. 3.8.2 Fault signalling relay K1 (only for ...H RL1 and ...H RLP1) NOTE Default setting...

  • Page 32: Only For

    3.9 Monitoring Power controller and load circuit are monitored for malfunctions. Messages are sent via LED (see page 29, LED messages), by bus or by fault signalling relay K1 (see page 31, Fault signalling relay K1). 3.9.1 Monitoring the mains voltage NOTE Limit values for voltage monitoring The following limit values apply for voltage monitoring:...

  • Page 33: Load Monitoring (only For

    This setting can be changed with a bus module or with THYRO-TOOL FAMILY. The Thyro-A has temperature monitoring. If the temperature is excee- ded (90°), a message is sent via LED (see page 29, LED messages), via the bus module, or via fault signalling relay K1 (see page 31, Fault signalling relay K1).

  • Page 34: Extended Operating Modes / Circuit Types

    A few examples of extended functions are set out on the following pages. 3.10.1 Extended operating modes / circuit types With the aid of THYRO-TOOL FAMILY, it is possible to set the operating mode and circuit type independently of one another. Combinations are thus possible which cannot be set with DIP switch S1.1 and S1.2.

  • Page 35: Averaging For The Analog Output

    3.10.2 Averaging for the analog output In order to attain a finer line thickness for line recorders, for example, the output signal can be smoothened if needed to suit the applica- tion. MEAN 100 Mains periods (default setting) 3.10.3 Control limits For operating modes TAKT and VAR, it is possible to set control limits (end position limits).

  • Page 36: Settings And Operation

    4. Settings and operation DANGER Dangers involved in settings and operation Risk of injury / Risk of damage to the device or plant • Observe all safety regulations in the chapter on safety. Setting and operating the thyristor power controller is described in this chapter.

  • Page 37: Device Overview

    4.1 Device overview NOTE Figures Only one size of the Thyro-A is depicted in the operating instructions (16A/30A). The operation and display elements and terminals are arranged the same in all sizes (see page 89, Dimension drawings). LEDs Power section Slave2...

  • Page 38

    Connection terminal U1 Connection terminal V1 Connection terminal W1 Connection terminal U2 Connection terminal V2 Connection terminal W2 Terminal X2 Terminal X3 Terminal X1 Master Terminal X11 Master Terminal X22 Master Terminal X1 Slave1 Terminal X11 Slave1 Terminal X22 Slave1 Terminal X1 Slave2 Terminal X11 Slave2 Terminal X22 Slave2...

  • Page 39: Dip Switches S1

    Type plate 4.2 DIP switches S1 S1.10 S1.9 S1.8 S1.7 S1.6 S1.5 S1.4 S1.3 S1.2 S1.1...

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    DIP switches S1 Thyro-A 1A… H1/HRL1 and Thyro-A 2A… H1/HRL1 Switch Function Default setting S1.10 Analog output 10V / 20mA* 0-10V S1.9 Live Zero analog output* S1.8 Setpoint input 0-20mA S1.7 S1.6 Live zero setpoint S1.5 Control mode / Thyro-Tool mode S1.4...

  • Page 41: Operating Mode And Load Types

    • Remove the cover of the master power unit. • Set configuration on the DIP switch. The settings that can be made with the individual switches are described in the following chapters. 4.2.1 Operating mode and load types Thyro-A 1A and Thyro-A 2A S1.1 S1.2 Operating mode None...

  • Page 42

    Control mode for …H1 S1.3 S1.4 S1.5 Control mode Function R201 OFF* OFF* OFF* Transformer load (phase angle 1 half wave) load max Transformer load Control characteristic Configurable with None, since in THYRO-TOOL FAMILY THYRO-TOOL mode * Default setting Control mode for …H RL1 S1.3 S1.4 S1.5...

  • Page 43: Live Zero And Setpoint Input Range

    4.2.3 Live zero and setpoint input range S1.6 S1.7 S1.8 Signal level Input resistance 0-10V 0-5V (e.g. for setpoint potentiometer) OFF* 0-20mA 2-10V 1-5V (e.g. for setpoint potentiometer) 4-20mA * Default setting The analog input can be adapted to the various process controllers with the setpoint and live zero switches.

  • Page 44: Potentiometer

    • Turn potentiometer to the left. > Value is decreased. Pos.- Potentio- Designation Function Default setting meter R201 TRAFO ADAPTION Phase angle 1st Thyro-A 1A 60°el. half wave for Thyro-A 2A 90°el. transformer load Thyro-A 3A 90°el. R202* SCALE SETPOINT Control end U-Regelung: U...

  • Page 45: Setting The Transformer Load (an1, Sst, T )

    The settings described are relevant in operating mode TAKT. • Set transformer load and SST on potentiometer R201 TRAFO AD- APTION (Default setting: 60° el. with Thyro-A 1A as well as 90° el. with Thyro-A 2A and -A3A). If wound core and toroidal core transformers are used, an optimiza- tion of this setting can be required.

  • Page 46: Setting Ohmic Load

    In order to minimise the rush current for transformers, it is possible to alter the angle of the first half wave on potentiometer R201 TRAFO ADAPTION. Only for ...H1 Before adapting the transformer load: • Switch DIP switch S1.5 to OFF 4.3.2 Setting ohmic load •...

  • Page 47: Setting Maximum Load Value With Control End U, U

    Analog output (setting aid) 10.0mA / 5V 100°el 6.0mA / 3,0V 60°el Thyro-A 1A (default) 9.0mA / 4,5V 90°el Thyro-A 2 & 3A (default) 3.0mA / 1,5V 30°el 2.5mA / 1,25V 0°el 4.3.3 Setting maximum load value with control end U, U...

  • Page 48: Setting Maximum Load Current (only For

    Tab. 4 Maximum load value at control end 4.a Thyro-A 1A ,-A2A Setting load max load max Potentiometer R202 Potentiometer R202 SCALE SETPOINT SCALE SETPOINT Potentiometer turns 9 * U 5.2 * P load max type load max type (from left stop)

  • Page 49: Setting Example For Maximum Load Value At Control End / Maximum Load Current

    • Set maximum load current at potentiometer R203 CURRENT LIMIT 4.3.5 Setting example for maximum load value at control end / maximum load current Example for maximum load value / maximum load current Thyro-A 3A 400-30 H RLP1 (U = 400V, I = 30A, P = 20.7kW) type...

  • Page 50: Adapting Analog Output (scale) (only For

    The scale of the analog output is adapted with potentiometer R204 SCALE OUTPUT, if, for example, the scale of the display does not cor- respond to the nominal data (see page 41, Analog output). Tab. 6a Analog output (scale) Thyro-A 1A, 2A Setting 1A (H, HRL1, HRLP1) at...

  • Page 51: Setting Load Monitoring (undercurrent Monitoring)

    4.3.7 Setting load monitoring (undercurrent monitoring) (only for ...H RL1 and ...H RLP1) This function enables a freely selectable absolute current limit to be monitored. The value can be set using the R205 potentiometer or the Thyro-Tool Family. During the configuration process via potentiometer the monitoring value will be indicated at the analog output.

  • Page 52

    Thyro-A 1A and Thyro-A 2A Load with separate star point without neutral conductor For Thyro-A 1A and Thyro-A 2A/3A (load with separate star point without N) a setting for load monitoring can be made according to the table below: Tab. 7a Load monitoring...

  • Page 53

    Thyro-A 2A Load with common star point and without neutral conductor Tab. 7b Load with common star point and without neutral Thyro-A 2A load with common neutral point without N Resistance Recommended e.g. increase setting load nom. X2.9 [V] X2.9...

  • Page 54

    For Thyro-A 2A (wih load in delta connection) a setting for load mo- nitoring can be made according to the table below: Tab. 7c Load monitoring Thyro-A 2A Load in delta connection e.g. Recommen- Resistance X2.9 [V] X2.9 parallel ded setting...

  • Page 55: Conductor

    Thyro-3A Load with common star point and without neutral conductor Tab. 8 Load with common star point and without neutral conductor No. of Current in Recommen- Setting aid Setting aid No. of load nom parallel the case of ded setting at actual at actual potentiometer...

  • Page 56: Tab. 9 Load In Delta Connection

    Load in delta connection Thyro-3A Tab. 9 Load in delta connection No. of Current in Recommen- Setting aid Setting aid No. of load nom parallel case of ded setting at actual at actual potentiometer type controller load in % fault in % for Poti value output value output turns from resitors...

  • Page 57: Tab. 10 Other Possibilities Of Load Monitoring

    Thyro 3A Load with common star point with neutral conductor (1) Load with separate star point without neutral conductor (2) Load in open delta connection (3) Tab. 10 Other possibilities of load monitoring No. of Current in Recommen- Setting aid Setting aid No.

  • Page 58: Installation

    5. Installation DANGER Dangers during Installation Risk of injury / Risk of damage to the device or plant > Observe all safety regulations in the safety chapter DANGER Unsafe system due to incorrect installation The plant cannot be operated safely and poses a threat to persons.

  • Page 59

    NOTE Connecting the control signals The following control signals are necessary for operating the devices: - Setpoint (terminal X2.4 or via bus option) - Pulse inhibition (to ground, on terminal X2.1, X2.2; bridge present) If the pulse inhibition bridge is not connected, the device is blocked and is not operating.

  • Page 60: Connecting Terminals (overview)

    5.1 Connecting terminals (Overview) Tab. 11 Connecting terminals (Overview) Terminal Description Grid dimension N/C contact, closed when there is a fault N/O contact, open when there is a fault 5.08 (closed circuit principle) Root, common connection Control ground Connection to slave Connection to slave Control ground RxD / Connection to bus module...

  • Page 61: Fig. 2 Operating Elements

    Fig. 2 Operating elements H 100 H 101 PULSE INHIBIT H 250 LOAD FAULT H 350 Diagnosis/percent modulation indication S1.10 Analog output 10V / 20mA Chap. 4.2.4 S1.9 Live Zero analog output S1.8 Setpoint value input Chap. 4.2.3 S1.7 Setpoint value input S1.6 Live Zero setpoint Chap.

  • Page 62: Connecting Power Supply

    3.5). If needed, e.g. when operating with a bus, or voltages below the to- lerance (e.g. when operating a 500V Thyro-A at a 440V mains) the control device can be supplied additionally with 24V AC or DC. The 24V voltage must be ungrounded (SELV) and must not be connected to the control ground.

  • Page 63: Connecting Pulse Inhibition

    5.6 Connecting control input for switch operation With a purely ohmic resistance load terminal X2.7 can be used as an additional digital „setpoint input“ (24V DC) so that Thyro-A, for exa- mple, can be triggered by a 2 point controller. In addition the potenti-...

  • Page 64: Connecting The Bus Module

    • Configure operating mode TAKT (see page 41, Operating mode and load type). • Turn potentiometer R201 TRAFO ADAPTION to left stop (see page 44, potentiometer). • Connect signal generator (e.g. 2-point controller) to terminal X2.7. > The device switches on at a signal level of > 3 V 5.7 Connecting the bus module The way in which the bus module is connected to the power controller decides the type of setpoint processing (see page 19, Setpoint pro-...

  • Page 65: Using The Analog Output (only For

    5.8 Using the analog output (only for ...H RL1 and ...H RLP1) • Switch off mains supply and secure against accidentally being swit- ched back on. • Connect terminals X2.9 (+) and X2.5 (ground) to a display device. Ensure the correct polarity! •...

  • Page 66

    • Remove connector (connection to slave) of terminal X22. • Plug PC interface RS232 with the „Thyro-A“ side into terminal X22. • Plug in connector (connection to slave) at PC interface RS232. • Connect serial interface (COM) to PC using RS232 data cable (Or- der no.: 0048764;...

  • Page 67: Fig. 3 User Surface Thyro-tool Family

    PC and power controller. This means that measured values can be visualized and parameters displayed. If the Thyro-A is not operated in Thyro-Tool mode, certain parameters can be altered. In Thyro-Tool mode, almost all parame-...

  • Page 68: Mains Load Optimization

    6. Mains load optimization DANGER Danger when making adjustments Risk of injury / Risk of damage to the device or plant > Observe all safety regulations in the safety chapter. Mains load optimization offers considerable advantages, e.g. redu- cing mains load peaks and system disturbances. Mains load optimi- zation is possible under the following conditions: •...

  • Page 69: Software Synchronization (operating Mode Takt)

    All of these negative effects can be avoided or reduced to a minimum level by using the Thyro-Power Manager. The Thyro-Power Manager has a total of 10 digital outputs at the terminals (figure 12, page 78) X3 and X4. These are set up as poten- tial-free optical coupler outputs.

  • Page 70

    Example: 4 controllers, e.g. with 100A, load triggering approx. 30% contents of Sync_Adr:0 (100), 25, 50, 75...

  • Page 71: Connecting Diagrams

    7. Connection diagrams Fig. 4 Connection diagram Thyro-A 1A… H1 fan only for HF - Types 230V, 50/60Hz X7 2 3...

  • Page 72: Fig. 5 Connection Diagram Thyro-a 2a...h1

    Fig. 5 Connection diagram Thyro-A 2A… H1 fan only for HF - Types 230V, 50/60Hz X7 2 3...

  • Page 73: Fig. 6 Connection Diagram Thyro-a 1a ...h Rl1, ... H Rlp1

    Fig. 6 Connection diagram Thyro-A 1A…H RL1, …H RLP1 fan only for HF - Types 230V, 50/60Hz X7 2 3 X3 1 2 3...

  • Page 74: Fig. 7 Connection Diagram Thyro-a 2a ...h Rl1, ... H Rlp1

    Fig. 7 Connection diagram Thyro-A 2A…H RL1, …H RLP1 fan only for HF - Types 230V, 50/60Hz X7 2 3 X3 1 2 3...

  • Page 75: Fig. 8 Connection Diagram Thyro-a 3a...h1

    Fig. 8 Connection diagram Thyro-A 3A…H1 fan only for HF - Types 230V, 50/60Hz X7 2 3...

  • Page 76: Fig. 9 Connection Diagram Thyro-a 3a ...h Rl1, ... H Rlp1

    Fig. 9 Connection diagram Thyro-A 3A…H RL1, …H RLP1 fan only for HF - Types 230V, 50/60Hz X3 1 2 3 X7 2 3...

  • Page 77: Fig. 10 Load Connection Types

    Fig. 10 Load connection types * Pay attention to setting (S1.1 and S1.2) Fig. 11 Additional electronics supply and connection with optional bus module Thyro-A ... H(F) RL1 ... H(F) RLP System - Interface X1 1 2 X11 1 2...

  • Page 78: Fig. 12 Connection Diagram Mains Load Optimization With Thyro-power Manager

    Fig. 12 Connection diagram mains load optimization with Thyro-Power Manager channel possibly further Thyro-A Fig. 13 Connection diagram mains load optimization for operating mode TAKT Thyro-A Thyro-A Thyro-A Thyro-A X2 5 6 7 8 X2 5 6 7 8 X2 5 6 7 8 X2 5 6 7 8 interne Netzlastoptimierung für QTM und TAKT...

  • Page 79: Help In The Event Of Problems

    8. Help in the event of problems The devices delivered correspond to quality standard ISO 9001. Should you experience any malfunctions or other problems, please contact our 24-hour service hotline (Tel.: +49 / 2902 / 763-100). Please also see contacts on page 6. Here are several tips to help resolve problems: Error : LED ON green does not light up or LED „pulse inhibit“...

  • Page 80

    Error: LED ON green lights up and the power output is too low • Check „Pulse Inhibit“: If the LED „Pulse Inhibit“ lights up: • X2.1, X2.2. must be connected (hardware obstruction). • If the LED „Load Fault“ lights up at the same time there is a case of undervoltage.

  • Page 81

    • Check wiring: • Check if the wiring of terminal X1.1 is correct, that the mains is con- nected to terminals U1 (V1, W1 if present) and the load is connected to U2 (V2, W2). In the case of incorrect wiring it may be that the device only works with small setpoint values and switches to failure with larger setpoint values.

  • Page 82: Technical Data

    Î=3xI (for ...H RLP1 + HRL 1 in VAR operation) Transformer load Thyro-A 2A: symmetrical load CAUTION If grain oriented, cold rolled sheet metal is used, the induction of the downstream transformer should not exceed 1.45 T for mains overvoltage = 1.2 T nominal...

  • Page 83

    Operating modes TAKT = Full wave switch principle = Phase angle principle QTM = Half wave switch principle (Quick Takt Mode) (only for types 1A) Setpoint inputs 2 setpoint inputs (SELV, PELV), isolated from the system. - Setpoint 1: analog setpoint input Signal ranges: 0(4) - 20mA R = approx.

  • Page 84

    Accuracy of control Voltage ± 3%* In the -15% to +10% range of the type voltage. Current ±1.5%* *always based on the end value Limits Voltage limit U Current limit I (for ...HRL1; ...HRLP1) Power limit P (for ...HRLP1) Peak current limit to Î=3xI at VAR mode (for ...HRL1;...

  • Page 85

    Connection Grounding screw Conductor U1, V1, W1, cross section U2, V2, W2 16 / 30A lug / M4 lug / M4 max. 6 mm 45A* M 6 max. 50 mm 60* / 100A* M 6 max. 50 mm 130 / 170A M 10 95 / 120 mm 280 A...

  • Page 86

    Fan data 230V, 50-60Hz Thyro-A Type current 50Hz Type current 60Hz Air volume Noise level 1A...280 F 0.22A 0.22A 120 m 67dB(A) 1A...350 F 0.22A 0.22A 120 m 67dB(A) 1A...495 F 22W at 115/230V and/or 50/60Hz 288m 58dB(A) 1A...650F 22W at 115/230V and/or 50/60Hz...

  • Page 87

    1396 729 516 2x1000 1400 1715 729 516 4x900 1500 1755 729 516 4x900 Thyro-A 2A… H1, …H RL1, …H RLP1 Type power [kW] Dimensions in mm / kg 400V 500V 600V Power Weight Fuse Current loss 261 16.7 1206...

  • Page 88

    Thyro-A 3A…H1, …H RL1, …H RLP1 Type power [kW] Dimensions in mm / kg Power Current 400V 500V 600V Fuse D Weight loss 135 131.6 127 135 131.6 127 190 182 190 182 190 190 320 241 320 241 397 241 1170 430 261 25.5...

  • Page 89: Dimension Drawings

    10. Type overview Thyro-A 1A (16 H, 30 H) Thyro-A 1A (45 H, 60 H)

  • Page 90

    Thyro-A 1A (100 H) M 10 for grounding Thyro-A 1A (130 H, 170 H)

  • Page 91

    M 10 for grounding Thyro-A 1A (280 HF) *) To unlock push spring hook to the right. Thyro-A 1A (350A)

  • Page 92

    Thyro-A 1A (495A/650A) Thyro-A 1A (1000A/1500 A)

  • Page 93

    M 4 for side view: grounding refer to 1-phase model Thyro-A 2A (16 H, 30 H) M 6 for grounding side view: Thyro-A 2A (45 H, 60 H) refer to 1-phase model...

  • Page 94

    M 6 for groun- ding side view: refer to 1-phase model Thyro-A 2A (100 H) M 10 for grounding Thyro-A 2A (130 H, 170 H)

  • Page 95

    M 10 for grounding Thyro-A 2A (280 HF) *) To unlock push spring hook to the right. Thyro-A 2A (350A)

  • Page 96

    Thyro-A 2A (495-650HF) Thyro-A 2A (1000-1500HF)

  • Page 97

    Dimension drawing Thyro-A 3A with 16A / 30A The dimension drawings are for type …H RLP1.

  • Page 98

    Dimension drawing Thyro-A 3A with 45A / 60A The dimension drawings are for type …H RLP1.

  • Page 99

    Dimension drawing Thyro-A 3A with 100A The dimension drawings are for type …H RLP1.

  • Page 100

    Dimension drawing Thyro-A 3A with 130A / 170A The dimension drawings are for type …H RLP1.

  • Page 101

    Dimension drawing Thyro-A 3A with 280A The dimension drawings are for type …H RLP1.

  • Page 102

    Dimension drawing Thyro-A 3A with 350A The dimension drawings are for type …H RLP1. *) To unlock push spring hook to the right.

  • Page 103

    Thyro-A 3A (495-650HF) Thyro-A 3A (1000-1500HF)

  • Page 104: Accessories And Options

    11. Accessories and options Order no. 8.000.006.763 Support for 35 mm snap-on assembly 16A and 35A Order no. 8.000.010.791 Support for 35 mm snap-on assembly for 45A and 60A Order no. 2000 000 841 Bus module Profibus-DP Order no. 2000 000 842 Bus module Modbus RTU Order no.

  • Page 105: Approvals And Conformity

    12. Approvals and conformity The Thyro-A has the following approvals and conformities: • Quality standard in acc. with DIN EN ISO 9001 • UL-approval, file No. E 135074, taking into account the Canadian National Standard C 22.2 No. 14-95, certification 16-350A, under preparation 495-1500A.

  • Page 106

    In Detail Device application conditions Built-in device (VDE0160) EN 50 178 General requirements EN 60146-1-1 Design, vertical installation Operating conditions EN 60 146-1-1; ch. 2.5 Area of application, industrial CISPR 6 Temperature behaviour EN 60 146-1-1; ch. 2.2 Storage temperature -25°C - +55°C Transport temperature -25°C - +70°C...

  • Page 107

    Burst main lines 2 kV (A) EN 61000-4-4 control lines 2 kV (A) Surge main lines 2 kV control lines asym. EN 61000-4-5 1 kV sym. EN 61000-4-5 0.5 kV Conducted EN 61000-4-6...

  • Page 108

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