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SICAM FRTU 6MD25

Quick Reference Guide

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Power Supply Card...................................... 2 Analog Input Card........................................ 4 Digital Input Card ......................................... 5 Digital Output Card..................................... 7 Mechanical Dimensions.............................. 8 Terminal / Connector Details ..................... 8

1.
1.1

Power Supply Card


Switching ON the FRTU Module

To switch ON the device, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Initially, the switch is in OFF state, i.e. at Position 1 as shown in Figure 1.1. Pull this switch Outward as indicated by an arrow. Then move the switch downward, i.e. at Position 2 as shown in Figure 1.1. Push this switch Inward as indicated by an arrow and release the switch. Now the power to the device is switched ON.

Position 1

Outward

Position 2
Inward Figure 1.1 1.2 Positions of the ON/OFF Switch to power ON the unit

Switching OFF the FRTU Module

To switch OFF the device, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Initially, the switch is in ON state, i.e. at Position 1 as shown in Figure 1.2. Pull this switch Outward as indicated by an arrow. Then move the switch upward, i.e. at Position 2 as shown in Figure 1.2. Push this switch Inward as indicated by an arrow and release the switch. Now the power to the device is switched OFF.

Inward Position 2

Position 1 Outward Figure 1.2 Positions of the ON/OFF Switch to power OFF the unit

1.3

Connections for Power Supply Card

Make the connections as shown in Figure 1.3.

Voltage levels 20 - 60 V DC 85 - 265 V AC / 110 - 300 V DC

MLFB 6MD2520-0AA00-0AA0 6MD2520-0BA00-0AA0

Terminals on Card + E

DC Source + Not connected

AC Source L N E

6MD2520-0XA00-0AA0

Figure 1.3

Connections for power supply connector of Power Supply Card

Note: The 2.5 sq.mm cable recommended for power supply wiring connections is with pin type lugs of 2.5 sq.mm.

2.

Analog Input Card

Each Analog Input Card has 8 analog inputs (2 groups of 4 each, i.e. AI1 to AI4 and AI5 to AI8). Make the wiring connections as shown in Figure 2.1.

2.1

Jumper settings on the card

NC*

+
Transducer

Figure 2.1 Hardware Settings for Analog Input Card * NC - No Connection Current and Voltage Settings Slide out the Analog Card from the rack through guides. Identify the jumpers on the card as shown in the Figure 2.2. To select current input or voltage input for Channels in Card, the jumper settings need to be done. For Channels 1 to 8, jumpers J14 to J21 must be set respectively. For current input on Channel 01: short 1st and 2nd terminal of J14. For voltage input on Channel 01: short 2nd and 3rd terminal of J14.

2.2

DIP switch selection on the card Figure 4.1

Figure 2.1 Figure 2.3 DIP Switch on AI Card Unipolar voltage Bipolar voltage Unipolar current Bipolar current

Wiring of analog inputs 0 - 500 mV, 0 - 1 V, 0 - 5 V, 0 - 10 V -500 mV to +500mV, -2.5 V to +2.5 V, -5 V to +5 V 0 - 1 mA, 0 - 10 mA, 0 - 20 mA, 4 - 20 mA -20 mA to +20 mA

Identify the DIP switch on the AI card as shown in the Figure 2.3. Set the DIP switch address in the binary form. Ex: Address 8 to be set. This address is represented in binary form as 1000. Set the DIP switches as shown in Figure 2.3. Range of addressing for AI card: 1, 2

Table 2.1 Measuring Ranges for AI Card Note: For further details of the Analog Input Card further details refer to the Technical Manual of SICAM FRTU 6MD25.

3.

Digital Input Card

Each Digital Input Card accepts 16 digital inputs (2 groups of 8 each, i.e. DI1 to DI8 and DI9 to DI16) from the field. These are classified as Single Point Information and Double Point Information. Note: Each group of digital inputs has an individual negative terminal. Note: The wiring connections to terminals AUX V1+, AUX V1-, AUX V2+ and AUX V2- are optional and can be used for per-channel diagnostics and monitoring purposes only.

3.1

Jumper settings on the card

Figure 3.1a Card Voltage MLFB

Hardware Settings for Digital Input

Figure 3.1b Card Voltage MLFB Note:

Hardware Settings for Digital Input

24 V DC / 48 V DC 6MD2523-0AA00-0AA0

220 V DC / 110 V DC 6MD2523-0BA00-0AA0

Note: Ensure proper voltage is applied as per the MLFB of the DI card.

Ensure proper voltage is applied as per the MLFB of the DI card.

3.2

DIP switch selection on the card

Figure 3.2

DIP Switch on DI Card

Identify the DIP switch on the DI card as shown in the Figure 3.3. Set the DIP switch address in the binary form. Ex: Address 8 to be set. This address is represented in binary form as 1000. Set the DIP switches as shown in Figure 3.3. Range of addressing for DI card: 3 - 6

3.3

Wiring of Single Point Information

The Single Point Information receives single information from the field data. Make the wiring connections as shown in Figure 3.4.

For diagnostics (Optional)

Note: V source in Figure 3.4 indicates field voltage, whichever applicable as per MLFB of the card, for digital inputs. Note: For further details of the Digital Input Card refer to the Technical Manual of SICAM FRTU 6MD25.

Figure 3.2 3.4 Pairing of digital inputs for Double Point Information

Wiring of Single Point Information

The Double Point Information receives pair information from the field data (like breaker ON/OFF status). To wire a pair of digital input, two consecutive channels are wired (Refer to the Table 3.1 below). Hence 8 double point status are obtained per card. Note: For double point information, always wire the digital inputs as shown in Table 3.1. Failures to wire them in this manner will give irrelevant information on the status of field. Table 3.1 Pairing of digital inputs for Double Point Information Digital Input DI11, DI12 DI13, DI14 DI15, DI16 DI17, DI18 DI21, DI22 DI23, DI24 DI25, DI26 DI27, DI28 Pair No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

4.

Digital Output Card

No. of digital outputs per card - 8 No. of terminals for each output - 3 terminals (C, NO and NC)
Terminals C NO NC Table 4.1 Description Common Normally Open Normally Closed DO terminal description
V DO1 NC C NO

Technical Specifications DO Contact Ratings: 48 V DC @ 0.6 A 110 V DC @ 1 A 230 V AC @ 3.5 A


Coil

Coil

4.1

DIP switch selection on the card

Figure 4.1 Wiring of digital outputs for the Digital Output Card Figure 4.2 DIP Switch on DO Card

Identify the DIP switch on the DI card as shown in the Figure 4.2. Set the DIP switch address in the binary form. Ex: Address 8 to be set. This address is represented in binary form as 1000. Set the DIP switches as shown in Figure 4.2. Range of addressing for DI card: 7 - 10

Digital Output DO1, DO2 DO3, DO4 DO5, DO6 DO7, DO8 Table 4.1

Pair No. 1 2 3 4

For Single Command, any one channel from DO1 to DO8 can be used. For Double Command (e.g. Circuit Breakers), two consecutive Digital Output channels must be wired. The Table 4.1 shows the two consecutive Digital Outputs that should be wired for double command.

Pairing of digital outputs for Double commands

Note: For double command, always wire the digital outputs as shown in Table 4.1. Failures to wire them in this manner will irrelevant information on the status of outputs.

5.

Mechanical Dimensions

Figure 5.1

Mounting Dimension for Half 19-inch rack

Figure 5.2

Mounting Dimension for Full 19-inch rack

6.

Terminal / Connector Details

Figure 6.1 Pitch

Power Supply terminals 5 mm 3 0.6 Nm 0.2 mm


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Figure 6.2 Pitch

AI, DI and DO terminals 3.5 mm 12 1.2 mm

No. of terminals Tightening torque, max Conductor cross section solid min. Conductor cross section solid max. Conductor cross section stranded min. Conductor cross section stranded max. Table 6. 1

No. of terminals Hole diameter Table 6.2

2.5 mm2 0.2 mm 2.5 mm


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AI, DI and DO Connector details

Power Supply Connector details