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UNT-MMI-A

Intelligent MCC Control & Protection Management Device


Instruction Manual











Baoding UNT Electric Co., Ltd
Catalog

General Information.......................................................................................................1
Introduction.............................................................................................................1
Features...................................................................................................................1
Metering and Monitoring........................................................................................1
Protection................................................................................................................2
Control ....................................................................................................................2
Communication.......................................................................................................2
Protection and Control ...................................................................................................3
Overcurrent.............................................................................................................3
Locked/ Stalled Rotor.............................................................................................3
Acceleration Time...................................................................................................4
Overheating.............................................................................................................5
Unbalance...............................................................................................................6
Ground Fault...........................................................................................................7
Phase Sequence.......................................................................................................7
Phase Loss...............................................................................................................7
Overvoltage.............................................................................................................8
Undervoltage...........................................................................................................8
tE Time Protection..................................................................................................8
Underpower...........................................................................................................10
Ultra Breaking.......................................................................................................10
Undervoltage Auto Restart....................................................................................10
Control Mode........................................................................................................11
Programmable Inputs and Outputs........................................................................11
Hardware......................................................................................................................13
Display Module.....................................................................................................13
Main Module.........................................................................................................14
Human Interface...........................................................................................................15
Main Menu............................................................................................................15
View......................................................................................................................16
Setting...................................................................................................................22
Others....................................................................................................................24
Reset......................................................................................................................24
Trip Records..........................................................................................................25
Information...........................................................................................................25
Typical Wiring..............................................................................................................26
Dimensions..................................................................................................................27
Ordering information...................................................................................................29
Specifications...............................................................................................................30
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General Information
Introduction
UNT-MMI-A Intelligent MCC Control & Protection Management Device is developed by
Baoding UNT Electric co., Ltd. It is an intelligent motor management device designed mainly for
MCC circuit.
UNT-MMI-A Intelligent MCC Control & Protection Management Device is mainly applied to
motor circuit that employs MCCB and contactor as the primary circuit, implementing metering,
control, protection and monitoring, also telecommuting is available through field bus. It replaces
conventional protection devices, meters, timers, relays, switches and panel indicators,
simplifying the secondary circuit.
It greatly increases the design efficiency, meanwhile decrease the field maintenance. For many
years development, UNT-MMI-A Intelligent MCC Control & Protection Management Device
has widely applied to the fields of power, petrochemistry, paper, metallurgy, nuclear industry and
so on.
Features
Embed high-speed 32-bit microprocessor
Metal enclosure designed, high anti-nuisance performance
Pass 15 EMC tests of National Center for Quality Supervision & Testing of Relay &
Protection Equipment
Opto-isolated 420mA output with optional destination
Integrative design, without auxiliary components
Compact design, flexible fixing
Also applied to Increased Safety Motor
Flexible control mode(local/remote/ECS)
Internal contact point protective circuit, without external surge absorber
Undervoltage auto restart
Solve the defect that thermal overload relay and MCCB cant model the electric and
thermal characteristics of the MCC load.
Implement complex interlock, high efficiency
Intelligent terminal, Reduce MCC and field wiring, replace timers, relays, protective
devices, meters, panel indicators
Adopt Industrial field bus, easily connected with other devices
Redundant network designed
Metering and Monitoring
Display phase current, ground current, line voltage, positive sequence current, negative
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sequence current, thermal capacity used, power factor, energy, etc.
Trip record
Analog output
Protection
Overcurrent
Locked/stalled rotor
Acceleration time
Overheating
Unbalance
Ground fault
Phase sequence
Phase Loss
Overvoltage
Undervoltage
tE time
Underpower
Ultra breaking
Undervoltage auto restart
Control
Remote/local/ECS control mode
Programmable input and output
Normal/spare mode
Communication
Modbus@RTU through RS-485
Profibus-DP
CAN

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Protection and Control
Overcurrent
Overcurrent protection is the backup protection of the MCCB. The time delay can be
programmed between 0-60s. To avoid starting current, overcurrent protection is disabled in
starting condition, and enabled automatically after starting.


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tgl
Trip
Ia>Igl
Ib>Igl
Ic>Igl
Where:
Igl, ranged from 0 to 12*Ie, is the setpoint value of overcurrent.
tgl is the time delay of overcurrent, ranged from 0 to 60s.
Ie is the rated current of the motor.
Locked/ Stalled Rotor
Mechanical equipment such as pumps and fans can be quickly damaged if it gets jammed
resulting in a locked rotor stall. This device will issue a trip command when the current exceeds
the locked rotor trip level after a programmable time delay. This device provides exact stalled
rotor protection in different states: starting state and running state.
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&
tdz1
Trip
Ia>Idz
Ib>Idz
Ic>Idz
Where:
Idz, ranged from 0 to 10*Ie, is the setpoint current of locked rotor.
tdz1 is the time delay of locked rotor in starting state, ranged from 0 to 60s.
Ie is the rated current of the motor.
Starting state


&
tdz2
Trip
Ia>Idz
Ib>Idz
Ic>Idz
Where:
Idz, ranged from 0 to 10*Ie, is the setpoint of locked rotor.
tdz2 is the time delay of locked rotor in running state, ranged from 0 to 60s.
Ie is the rated current of the motor.
Running state
Acceleration Time
Acceleration time is defined as the length of time required for the average motor current to drop
below Full Load Current after a start command. Too long acceleration time causes overheating,
damages the motor. An acceleration time trip is provided with a time delay.
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&
Trip
Ia>Iqd
Ib>Iqd
Ic>Iqd
Where: Iqd, ranged from 0 to 5*Ie, is the set point of starting current.
tqd is the start time set point, ranged from 0 to 60s.
t is the accumulative time.
Ie is the rated current of the motor.

t=tqd
Overheating
An overheating trip is caused when the thermal capacity value equals 100%. The device employs
an advanced digital thermal model to calculate the thermal capacity. The motor thermal model
accounts for all kinds of running conditions, and provides exact protections. Because of the
different thermal effect of positive sequence current and negative sequence current, equivalent
current Ieq is adopted in the model.
2
2 2
2
1 1
I K I K I
eq
+ =

Where: K1=0.25 (starting condition)
K=1 (running condition)
K2=6
I1 is positive sequence current
I2 is negative sequence current

In order to avoid the starting current, assign K1 different value in starting condition and running
condition. Because the heat effect of Negative sequence current is much more than positive
sequence current, K2 is assigned 6.
The accumulated heat of the motor

is:

= =

t
e
eq
e
eq t I I dt I I
0
2 2 2 2
] ) 05 . 1 ( [ ] ) 05 . 1 ( [

Where: t is the time interval to calculate accumulated overheating, here t=0.1s.

The overheating of the motor
T
is:
T
=Ie
2
* T
fr

Where: T
fr
is the heating time constant.

A overheating protection is triggered when

T.

=0 stand for a steady state, and


there is no accumulated overheating. In steady state, the overheating protection performance time
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is:
2 2
2 2
2
1 1
05 . 1 ) ( ) ( +
=
e e
fr
I I K I I K
T
t

When the motor is stopped, the accumulated overheating will decrease exponentially. The
cooling time constant T
sr
is 4 times longer than heating time constant, on other hand, the motor
reaches a steady state again in T
sr
.
When tripped due to overheating, the device checks the overheating status of the motor. To
protect the motor, the protection output would not return and restart of the motor is inhibited if

T
. In case of emergency, select Reset menu and press ENT to clear the thermal
memory, and then start the motor.
A group of overheat protection performance time is shown in the table below:
Heating time constant
performance
time

Overload
100 200 300 400 500
1.1*Ie 930 1860 2790 3721 4651
1.3*Ie 170 340 510 680 850
1.5*Ie 87 174 261 348 435
1.7*Ie 56 112 168 224 280
2*Ie 34 68 102 136 170
3*Ie 13 26 39 52 65
4*Ie 6.7 13.4 20 27 34
5*Ie 4.2 8.4 12.6 17 21
6*Ie 2.9 5.8 8.7 11.6 14.5
7*Ie 2.1 4.2 6.3 8.4 10.5
8*Ie 1.6 3.2 4.8 6.4 8
Unbalance
This device monitors the three current phases, and calculates the average and maximum current.
A trip or an alarm is triggered when the phase is unbalanced. The unbalance degree is
programmable between 10%-60%.
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tbph
Trip/Alarm Ru>bph%
Where: bph, ranged from 10 to 60, is the set unbalance degree.
tbph, ranged from 0 to 60s, is the time delay of unbalance.
Ru=|(Iavr Imax)/Iavr| 100%,
Iavr=(Ia+Ib+Ic)/3, Imax=max(Ia,Ib,Ic)
Ground Fault
Both a trip and an alarm level can be enabled when ground fault current exceeds the set point after
a programmable time delay. The set point range is 0-10 *Ie.

tjd
Trip/Alarm I0>Ijd
Where:
tjd, ranged from 0 to 60s, is the time delay of ground fault.
Ijd, range from 0 to 10*Ie, is the set ground fault current.
Phase Sequence
When phase sequence incorrect, negative sequence current increase greatly, and positive
sequence current decrease obviously. If negative sequence current/( negative sequence current
+positive sequence current)>80%,then a trip is triggered.
Phase Loss
If one of the phase current is less than 10% of rated current, and other two phase currents are
more than 20% of rated current, a trip is triggered.
Phase Loss causes serious rotor overheating, even damages the motor. Its sensitivity is better
than overheating protection, so it is possible to detect faults early and protect the motor. This
device detects phase loss through calculating 3 phase current.
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Overvoltage
Serious overvoltage will cause core saturation of the motor, increase the magnetizing current,
and damage the motor. If the voltage exceeds the overvoltage level after a programmable time
delay a trip or an alarm will occur.


&
tgdy
Trip/alarm
Uab>Ugdy
Ucb>Ugdy
Where:
Ugdy, ranged from 380V to 500V, is the set point value of overvoltage,.
tgdy, ranged from 0 to 60s, is the time delay of overvoltage.
Undervoltage
An undervoltage level can be selected for both alarm and trip. Undervoltage protection has two
functions:
1 Long time undervoltage will damage the motor, so it is needed to stop the motor when
undervoltage.
2 When undervoltage, cut off the less important load to ensure the running of important device,
and to keep the system stability.



&
tddy
Trip/alarm
Uab<Uddy
Ucb<Uddy
Where:
Uddy, ranged from 0V to 380V, is the set value of overvoltage.
tddy, ranged from 0 to 60s, is the time delay of overvoltage.
tE Time Protection
It is applied to Increased Safety Motor.
tE protection time=tEptEp1
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Where: tEp is the set time of tE protection
tEp1 is the performance time when tEp=1
IA: the initial starting current
IN: the rated current of the motor

On running condition, when the overcurrent reaches a certain degree, the device interrupts the
motor power supply according to the tE time curves and tE time table. tE time protection should
be enabled when starting the motor.

NOTE:
1 This device couldnt install and wire in explosive situation.
2 When applied to increased safety motor, the parameters must be set professionally.
3 When applied to increased safety motor, the rated current can not exceed the maximum
current of the motor.
4 When applied to increased safety motor, the performance time can not exceed 1.7 times
of the tE time (refer to the nameplate of the increased safety motor).

tE time curves

tE time table
1.0(S) 4.0(S) 4.3S) 4.6(S) 5.0(S) 5.5(S) 6.0(S) 15.0(S) tEp
IA/IN
3.00 4.00 16.00 17.20 18.40 20.00 22.00 24.00 60.00
3.20 3.48 13.91 14.96 16.00 17.39 19.13 20.87 52.17
3.40 3.08 12.31 13.23 14.15 15.38 16.92 18.46 46.15
3.60 2.76 11.03 11.86 12.69 13.79 15.17 16.55 41.38
3.80 2.50 10.00 10.75 11.50 12.50 13.75 15.00 37.50
4.00 2.29 9.14 9.83 10.51 11.43 12.57 13.71 34.29
4.20 2.11 8.42 9.05 9.68 10.53 11.58 12.63 31.58
4.40 1.95 7.80 8.39 8.98 9.76 10.73 11.71 29.27
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4.60 1.82 7.27 7.82 8.36 9.09 10.00 1091 27.27
4.80 1.70 6.81 7.32 7.38 8.51 9.36 10.21 25.53
5.00 1.60 6.40 6.88 7.36 8.00 8.80 9.60 24.00
5.20 1.51 6.04 6.49 6.94 7.55 8.30 9.06 22.64
5.40 1.43 5.71 6.14 6.57 7.14 7.86 8.57 21.43
5.60 1.36 5.42 5.83 6.24 6.78 7.46 8.14 20.34
5.80 1.29 5.16 5.55 5.94 6.45 7.10 7.74 19.35
6.00 1.23 4.92 5.29 5.66 6.00 6.77 7.38 18.46
6.20 1.18 4.71 5.06 5.41 5.88 6.47 7.06 17.65
6.40 1.13 4.51 4.85 5.18 5.63 6.20 6.76 16.90
6.60 1.08 4.32 4.65 4.97 5.41 5.95 6.49 16.22
6.80 1.04 4.16 4.47 4.78 5.19 5.71 6.23 15.58
7.00 1.00 4.00 4.30 4.60 5.00 6.00 6.00 15.00
8.00 1.00 4.00 4.30 4.60 5.00 5.50 6.00 15.00
Underpower
Both underpower alarm and trip are provided with a programmable time delay.

tqgl
Trip/Alarm P<Pqgl
Where:
tqgl, ranged from 0 to 60s, is the time delay of ground fault.
Pqgl, ranged from 0 to 10*Pe, is the set ground fault value.
Pe is the rated power of the motor.
Ultra Breaking
When the current of MCCB is beyond Ifd, to protect the contactor, the break contactor is
disabled, and programmable output 2 can be programmed to control the motor.
NOTE: Ifd is the maximum breaking current of the contactor, ranged from 0 to 4000A.
Undervoltage Auto Restart
It is possible to automatically restart the motor after a momentary power loss of the primary
circuit if this feature is enabled. When the control voltage drops below the the dropout voltage,
the contactor is de-energized. The device can restart the selected drive upon the return of the
supply voltage.
In many cases, the device is AC powered, and the device also loses power supply simultaneously
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after control circuit power loss. In this case, the device would not supervise the 3-phase voltage,
but it is still available to restart the motor upon the return of the power supply due to the memory
chip inside.


Running condition
undervoltage
Voltage recovers
int1?
Delay t2
Auto restart Motor stopped
Yes
No
Undervoltage auto restart diagram
Where:
t1, ranged from 0 to 100s, is the limited of undervoltage time.
t2, ranged from 0 to 600s, is the time delay of undervoltage auto restart.
Control Mode
Local mode: control the motor through the control keys on the faceplate
Remote mode: remote-control the motor through the fixed input(X2-9, X2-10, X2-11)
ECS mode: control the motor through communication
These three mutual interlock control modes can be set through faceplate or external switch.
When the device is in local mode, remote and ECS mode is disabled. When the device is in
remote mode, local and ECS control is disabled. When the device is in ECS mode, local and
remote control mode is disabled.
Programmable Inputs and Outputs
UNT-MMI-A Intelligent MCC Control & Protection Management Device has 5 programmable
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inputs and 2 programmable outputs. Start and stop the motor can be easily implemented
through programmable inputs and outputs, also complex interlock, for example, the
normal/spare logic and the interlock of temperature, water level and rotate speed. It replaces
the conventional relays, making the design easy.

Starter types
Starter types Internal relay control
Non-reversing starter Single-relay control
Reversing starter Dual-relay control
Resistance Drop-Voltage starter Dual-relay control
Dual-relay control Wye-Delta transition starter
Triple-relay control
Autotransformer starter Triple-relay control

Control mode
Control mode Control location remarks
Local control Remote control
Low-voltage switchgear
cabinet
Operation box near the
motor

Low-voltage switchgear
cabinet
DCS connection
Dual-location
control
Operation box near the
motor
DCS connection
Local control Remote
control
ECS
Low-voltage
switchgear
cabinet
Operation box
near the motor
DCS
connection
External switch
Low-voltage
switchgear
cabinet
DCS
connection
communication Set on the panel
External switch
Triple-location
control
Low-voltage
switchgear
cabinet
DCS
connection
communication Set on the panel
External switch
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Hardware
Display Module
UNT-MMI
TRIPPED ALARM REMOTE RUNNING COMM SPARE
START
STOP

LED indicators
RUNNING: indicates that the motor is running.
COM: indicates that the device is communicating.
TRIPPED: indicates that a trip has occurred. This indicator always latches; a RESET
command must be initiated to allow the latch to be reset.
ALARM: indicates that an alarm existing. This indicator is never latched; after the alarm
condition recover, it turns off.
REMOTE: indicates that the device is in remote control mode.
SPARE: indicates that the device is in spare mode.
Display
The LCD communicates all messages in simple English.
Keypad
Program keys
/ESC: Move the cursor left or cancel a certain operation.
: Increase the selected digit or change the selected item.
: Decrease the selected digit or change the selected item.
/ENT: Confirm a certain operation.
Control keys
FORWARD: Start the motor in the forward direction.
REVERSE: Start the motor in the reverse direction.
STOP: Stop the motor.
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Main Module
G
R
U
O
N
D


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Human Interface
Please check carefully before the first power on. After power on, the device performs
self-diagnosis, at the same time, all LED indicators turn on. After self-diagnosis, the display
shows three phase currents and the status of the motor, and the running indicator turn off.
Otherwise, check the power supply and the connection between display module and main
module.
The running indicator turns on when the motor is running, and the display shows the phase
currents and the status of the motor. Press or to show the following items circularly.
Refer to Figure below for more details.
I a=xx. xxA I b=xxx. x A
I c=xxx. xA FORWARD
I o=xxx. xA I e=xxxx A
I f =xxxxA Dgr =xx. xx%
Uab=xxx. x V
Ucb=xxx. x V
P=xxxx KW
Q=xxxx Kvar
PF=0. xxx
KWH=xxxxxxxxxx
KVar H=xxxxxxxxxxx
2006- 12- 2508- 26- 15
Pr ogI nput 1- 5
O O O O O
Cont r ol Mode Local
Nor mal / spar e Nor mal

The following abbreviations are used in the messages:
OH: overheating G/F: ground fault
UnderP: underpower A_time: acceleration time
Func: function UV,UnderV: undervoltage
OverV: overvoltage Squc: Phase sequence
UltraBrk: Ultra breaking INFO: information
Comm: communication Prog: programmable
AStart: undervoltage auto restart Run_para: running parameter
CtrlMode: control mode Unblc: unbalance
Dgr: thermal capacity used Dly: delay
Main Menu
Press ENT or ESC to enter the main menu.
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VI EW SETTI NGS
SYSTEM OTHERS
RESET TRI PS
I NFO
I a=xx. xxA I b=xxx. x A
I c=xxx. xA FORWARD
or
View
Select VIEW in main menu, and press ENT to enter. You can view all the setpoints here.

Pr ot ect i on Pr ogI O
Comm4- 20mA ASt ar t


1Protect

Run_par a OH G/ F
OC J am t E
Unbl c Under P
A_t i me Squc
Under V Over V
Ul t r aBr k PhL
Pr ot ect i on Pr ogI O
Comm4- 20mA ASt ar t

For example, lets view the running parameters. Select Run_para and then press ENT to
enter.

Run_par a OT G/ F
OC J am t E
Runni ng Par amet er
CT Mul t i pl e xxxx
Runni ng Par amet er
CT Number xxxx
Runni ng Par amet er
Rat ed Cur xx. xxA
The multiple of the CT
The number of the CT
Rated current of
the motor
The multiple of CT stand for the transform ratio of external CT. For example, if the transform
ratio of external CT is 1200/5, then the multiple of the CT would be 240. The CT number is the
module of CT. If external CT is not used, assign the CT multiple 1, otherwise the current
would be disturbed. The motor rated current must be identical with the motor nameplate, or
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malfunction may occur.

2ProgIO
Input1

I nput 1
I nput Mode xxxx
I nput 1
Mask xxxx
I nput 1
Func xxxx
Input mode
Range: Open, Close
Mask bit. Detemine when
the input is masked.
The function of the
programmable input
I nput 1
Del ay xxxxs
Time delay
I nput 1 I nput 2
I nput 3 I nput 4
There is a table (table 1) containing the alternative of programmable inputs.
Table 1
Sort Optional terms Description
Open External contact normally closed Input mode
Close External contact normally opened
Valid Valid, not masked
Local Masked when the device is in local control mode
Remote Masked when the device is in remote mode
ECS Masked when the device is in ECS mode
Spare Masked when the device is in spare state


Mask bit
Masked Masked, disabled
Start A Start A
Start B Start B
Stop A Stop A
Stop B Stop B
Stop Stop
Trip Button Serve as a trip push button
Reset Reset trip signal output
Local/Remote Switch local/remote
Remote/ECS Switch remote/ECS
Normal/Spare Switch normal/spare
Start_Stop A Keep contactor A closed when the input is valid, and
keep contactor A opened when there is no valid input
Start_Stop B Keep contactor B closed when the input is valid, and
keep contactor B opened when there is no valid input






Function









Mask Ctrl Mask the start and stop function of the programmable
input
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Dis protect Disable all protections with a valid input
Time delay xxx.x s

output1

Out put 1
Out put Mode xxxx
Out put 1
Out put Pul se xxxx
Out put 1
Func xxxx
Output mode
Range: Open, Close
Output pulse type
Range: Long, Short
The function of the
programmable output.
Out put 1
Del ay xxxxs
Time delay
I nput 5 Out put 1
Out put 2
Out put 1
Lengt h xxxxs
Length of output pulse

There is a table (table 2) containing the alternative of programmable outputs.
Table 2
Sort Optional terms Description
Open Break contact Output Mode
Close Make contact
Long Long pulse output Output pulse
Short Short pulse output
Masked Masked
Prog Input 1 Energize when programmable input 1 is closed
Prog Input 2 Energize when programmable input 2 is closed
Prog Input 3 Energize when programmable input 3 is closed
Prog Input 4 Energize when programmable input 4 is closed
Prog Input 5 Energize when programmable input 5 is closed
Remote Energize when the device is in remote control mode
ECS Energize when the device is in ECS control mode
Spare Energize when the device is in spare mode
Alarm Energize when there is an alarm
Trip Energize when there is a trip
Trip or Alarm Energize when there is a an alarm or a trip
Undervoltage Energize when undervoltage
Ground Fault Energize when ground fault
Forward Energize when the motor is running in the forward direction







Function








Reverse Energize when the motor is running in the reverse direction
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Super Break Super breaking output
Time Delay xxx.x s
Pulse Length xxx.x s

3Comm

CommA
Addr ess xxx
CommA
Baud Rat e xxxxx
CommA
Par i t y xxxx
Communication address
Range: 1-230
Baud rate
Range: 4800, 9600,19200
Parity check
Range: Even, Odd, None
CommA
CommB

44-20mA

Pr ot ect Pr ogI O
Comm4- 20mA ASt ar t
4- 20mA
Dest i nat i on xxx
4- 20mA
Mul t i pl e xx. xx
The destination of analog
output
The multiple of rated
value
The table below shows the alternative of analog output destination and the multiple of rated
value that corresponding to the upper limit of 4--20mA output.
Table 3
Sort Setpoint
Ia
Ib
Ic
I0
Uab
Ubc
Dgr (Thermal capacity used)



Output destination
P
Multiple of rated value 1-2

5AStart
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Pr ot ect Pr ogI O
Comm4- 20mA ASt ar t
ASt ar t
Del ay xxxs
ASt ar t
UV Ti me xxxs
Time delay of Undervoltage
Auto Restart
Undervoltage time limit that
the device can restart the
motor

The diagram below illuminates the undervoltage auto restart.

Running condition
undervoltage
Voltage recovers
int1?
Delay t2
Auto restart Motor stopped
Yes
No
Undervoltage Auto Restart Diagram
NOTE: t1 is the set time that
the motor could auto restart from
undervoltage, and t2 is the auto
restart delay time.
If undervoltage auto restart is
not required, just set t1 to 0.
There is a table (Table 4) containing the items that you can set and view.
Table 4
Sort Description
The multiple of CT (1--1000)
The number of CT (1--7) Running parameters
Rated current of the motor (0.1--1000)
Heating time constant
Cooling time constant
Enable/disable overheating protection
Overheating protection trip/alarm





Setpoint value of ground fault
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Time delay of ground fault (055s)
Enable/disable ground fault protection
Ground fault protection trip/alarm
Setpoint value of overcurrent
Time delay of overcurrent protection (055s)
Enable/disable overcurrent protection
Overcurrent protection trip/alarm
Setpoint current of Locked rotor
Time delay 1 of locked rotor (055s, starting condition)
Time delay 2 of locked rotor (055s, running c)
Enable/disable locked rotor protection
Locked rotor protection trip/alarm
Alternative of tE time curve (1--15)
Enable/disable tE time protection
tE time protection trip/alarm
Setpoint degree of unbalance
Time delay of unbalance protection
Enable/disable unbalance protection
Unbalance protection trip/alarm
Setpoint value of underpower
Time delay of underpower
Enable/disable underpower protection
Underpower protection trip/alarm
Setpoint current of acceleration time protection (11000A)
Acceleration time (060s)
Time delay of acceleration time protection
Enable/disable acceleration time protection
Acceleration time protection trip/alarm
Enable/disable phase sequence protection
Phase sequence protection trip/alarm
Setpoint of undervoltage
Time delay of undervoltage protection
Enable/disable undervoltage protection
Undervoltage protection trip/alarm
Setpoint of overvoltage
Time delay of overvoltage protection
Enable/disable overvoltage protection
Overvoltage protection trip/alarm
Setpoint current of ultra breaking
Enable/disable ultra breaking protection
Ultra breaking protection trip/alarm
Enable/disable phase loss protection















Config protections






















Phase loss protection trip/alarm
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Input mode of programmable input 1
Mask bit of programmable input 1
Function of programmable input 1
Time delay of programmable input 1
Input mode of programmable input 2
Mask bit of programmable input 2
Function of programmable input 2
Time delay of programmable input 2
Input mode of programmable input 3
Mask bit of programmable input 3
Function of programmable input 3
Time delay of programmable input 3
Input mode of programmable input 4
Mask bit of programmable input 4
Function of programmable input 4
Time delay of programmable input 4
Input mode of programmable input 5
Mask bit of programmable input 5
Function of programmable input 5
Time delay of programmable input 5
Output pulse of programmable output 1
Function of programmable output 1
Time delay of programmable output 1
Pulse length of programmable output 1
Output pulse of programmable output 2
Function of programmable output 2
Time delay of programmable output 2












Config programmable
input&output












Pulse length of programmable output 2
Address of communication port A (1-230)
Baud rate of communication port A
Parity check of communication port A
Address of communication port B (1-230)
Baud rate of communication port B


Config communication
Parity check of communication port B
Destination of analog output
Config 4-20mA output
Multiple of rated value
Time delay of undervoltage auto restart Set undervoltage auto
restart Time limit of undervoltage
Setting
Select SETTING in the menu and press ENT key, then you enter password-input page.
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I nput passwor d
0000

Press ESC to move the cursor; press or to increase or decrease the selected digit,
and press ENT to confirm. If the correct password 9998 is input, it enter to the setting page;
if the password input is not correct, it return to the main menu after a message of Password
Error.
The setting pages has the same menu structure with view pages, even the operation method is
identical. Press and to change the selected item or the selected digit, press ESC to
return to the prior menu, and press ENT to enter to corresponding setting page.

Operation example: Overheating
Run_par a OH G/ F
OC J am t E
Over heat i ng
Heat i ngConst : 0300
Over heat i ng
Cool i ngConst : 0600
Over heat i ng
Enabl e
Heating time constant
Cooling time constant
Enable/disable overheating protection
Over heat i ng
Al ar m
Trip/Alarm
Over heat i ng
Save Cancel
You can save the setting or not.
System
Select SYSTEM in main menu, press ENT to enter system setting page after input password
0101.
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VI EW


SETTI NG
SYSTEM OTHERS
I nput Passwor d
0101
Syst em
Ct r l Mode xxxx
Syst em
Nor mal / spar e xxxxx
Syst em
Save Cancel

Control mode consists of local mode, remote mode and ECS mode. When the device is in local
mode, you can control the motor though the push button on the faceplate and the programmable
input, here the remote and ECS mode is disabled; When the device is in remote mode, remote
control and programmable input control is available, here the local and ECS control is disabled;
when the device is in ECS mode, ECS and programmable control is available, here the local and
remote control mode is disabled.
Others
Select OTHERS in main menu, press ENT to enter system setting page after input password
1010. There you can set time and date, clear energy consumption, clear running time of the
motor and clear motor start numbers.
VI EW


SETTI NG
SYSTEM OTHERS
I nput Passwor d
1010
Set t i me
Cl ear Ener gy Used
Cl ear Runni ng Ti me
Cl ear St ar t Number s

Reset
Select RESET menu in main menu, and press ENT key to reset trip signal output.
RESET TRI PS
I NFO
Reset e OK.

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Trip Records
Select TRIPS in main menu, press ENT to view the five latest trip records with pre-trip
actual values, including trip type, phase currents, zero-sequence current, voltage, thermal
capacity used, date and time, and so on.
Information
Select INFO in main menu, press ENT to view the moto0r running time, start numbers and
protection numbers.
RESET TRI PS
I NFO
Runni ng Ti me
St ar t Number s
Pr ot ect i on Number s

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Typical Wiring

Input 4
Input 5
Input 3
Input 2
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Comm B
Shield
4-20mA
Output
Prog
Output 1
Prog
Output 2
Fault TRip
Device Fault,
Power Loss
Common
X2-2
X2-3
X2-4
X2-5
X2-6
X2-7
X2-8
X2-9
X2-10
X2-11
Input 1
Remote start A
Remote Start B
Remote Stop
Contactor A
Status
Contactor B
Status
X1-1
X1-2
X1-3 L+
X1-13
X1-14
X1-12
X1-10
X3-4
X3-5
X3-6
X3-7
X3-8
X3-1
X3-2
X1-6
X1-7
-
-
+
+
X1-8
X1-9
X2-14
X2-15
X2-17 X2-18 X2-19
X2-12
X2-13
X1-11
KM1
KT1
KT2
KT3
Alarm
X1-4
X1-5
DCS Operation
Ia Ib Ic
Alarm Signal

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Dimensions
Display Module
UNT-MMI
TRIPPED ALARM REMOTE RUNNING COMM SPARE
START
STOP
FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW

Main Module
SIDE VIEW REAR VIEW
MAIN MODULE

CT
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52.0
CT1CT2CT3CT4CT6CT7
79.5
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52.0
111.0
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C A
B
A C

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Ordering information
UNT-MMI-A
1: CT1(P1kW)
2: CT2(1 kW <P10 kW)
3: CT3(10 kW <P25 kW)
4: CT4(25 kW <P50 kW)
5: CT5(50 kW <P75 kW)
6: CT6(75 kW <P200 kW, external CT output 1A)
7: CT7(75 kW <P200 kW, external CT output 5A)
1: LED display module
2: LCD display module
1: 220V/AC power supply
2: 220V/DC power supply
3: 110V/DC power supply
0: No communication
1: Profibus
2: Single Modbus
3: Double Modbus
4: CAN
0: No 420mA output
1: One 420mA output
1: Non-reversing starter
2: Reversing starter
3: Resistance Drop-Voltage starter
4: Wye-delta ransition starter
5: Autotransformer starter
A: Design sequence code

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Specifications

P Po ow we er r S Su up pp pl ly y
AC nominal: 220V/50Hz
DC nominal: 110V or 220V
Power Range: 80%--120%
Power Dissipation: 2W~6W
Supply interval: 200ms


E En nv vi ir ro on nm me en nt ta al l
Operation temperature: -20--55
Storage temperature: -25--70
Humidity(non-condensing): 95%(max)
Altitude: 2000m
International Protection: IEC529-IP53
Vibration Test: Endure vibration, shock and bump test, grade 1


M Me et te er ri in ng g & & P Pr ro ot te ec ct ti io on n
Metering Accuracy: Better than 1%
Protection Accuracy: Better than 1%
Protection time delay: <10ms


O Ou ut tp pu ut t
Relay Contactors:
Control : 220VAC/8A(Max)
Status&Signal : 220VAC/1A(Max)
Programmable Output 1: 220VAC/5A(Max)
Programmable Output 2: 220VAC/8A(Max)
Analog Output:
Output: 420mA
Max load: 300
Temperature drift: 150ppm/
Accuracy: 0.5%




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C Co om mm mu un ni ic ca at ti io on ns s
Protocol: Modbus@RTU or Profibus
Total station: 32 on a single channel, 122 if repeaters used
Transfer medium & Max Distance:
Twisted-pair: 1km
Single mode fiber 10km
Multimode fiber 2km
Speed:
Modbus@RTU: 6M(Max)
Profibus-DP: 19.2k(Max)


T Ty yp pe e T Te es st ts s
Fast Transient: 2kV
Impulse: Differential-mode: 1kV
Common-mode: 2.5kV
Electrostatic Discharge : 8kV
RFI: 10V/m
Insulation Resistance: 500M
Dielectric strength: 2000V,1min
Shock and bump: 5kV

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Modbus Protocol
Function code: 02switch input
Register Address Description
10001 (0000) Programmable input 1
10002 (0001) Programmable input 2
10003 (0002) Programmable input 3
10004 (0003) Programmable input 4
10005 (0004) Programmable input 5
10006 (0005) Reserved
10007 (0006) Reserved
10008 (0007) Reserved
10009 (0008) Reserved
10010 (0009) Reserved
10011 (000A) Running in the forward direction
10012 (000B) Running in the reverse direction
10013 (000C) Remote control mode
10014 (000D) Local control mode
10015 (000E) ECS control mode
10016 (000F) Normal/Spare state (0Normal, 1--Spare)
10017 (0010) Overheating protection
10018 (0011) Ground fault protection
10019 (0012) Overcurrent protection
10020 (0013) Trip button pressed
10021 (0014) Locked/stalled rotor protection
10022 (0015) Unbalance protection
10023 (0016) Acceleration time protection
10024 (0017) tE time protection
10025 (0018) Undervoltage protection
10026 (0019) Overvoltage protection
10027 (001A) Phase sequence protection
10028 (001B) Phase loss protection
10029 (001C) Alarm signaling
10030 (001D) Trip signaling
10031 (001E) Underpower protection
10032 (001F) SOE (1there is new SOE information)




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Function code: 04register input
Register Address Description
0 Programmable input 1
1 Programmable input 2
2 Programmable input 3
3 Programmable input 4
4 Programmable input 5
5 Reserved
6 Reserved
7 Reserved (remote start A)
8 Reserved (remote start B)
9 Reserved (remote stop)
10 Running in the forward direction
11 Running in the reverse direction
12 Remote control mode
13 Local control mode
14 ECS control mode







30001 (0000)







15 Normal/Spare state (0Normal, 1--Spare)
0 Overheating protection
1 Ground fault protection
2 Overcurrent protection
3 Trip button pressed
4 Locked/stalled rotor protection
5 Unbalance protection
6 Acceleration time protection
7 tE time protection
8 Undervoltage protection
9 Overvoltage protection
10 Phase sequence protection
11 Phase loss protection
12 Alarm signaling
13 Trip signaling
14 Underpower protection







30002 (0001)







15 SOE (1there is new SOE information)
30003 (0002) Phase current A =30003/ctA
30004 (0003) Phase current B =30004/ctA
30005 (0004) Phase current C =30005/ctA
30006 (0005) Zero sequence current =30006/ctA
30007 (0006) Positive sequence current =30007/ctA
30008 (0007) Negative sequence current =30008/ctA
30009 (0008) Thermal capacity used
30010 (0009) Active power =30010/ctA (kW)
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30011 (000A) Reactive power =30011/ctA (kVar)
30012 (000B) Uab
30013 (000C) Ubc
30014 (000D) ctA (CT multiple)
30015-30030 (000E-001F) Reserved
30033 (0020) Phase current A =30033/ctA
30034 (0021) Phase current B =30034/ctA
30035 (0022) Phase current C =30035/ctA
30036 (0023) Zero sequence current =30036/ctA
30037 (0024) Positive sequence current =30037/ctA
30038 (0025) Negative sequence current =30038/ctA
30039 (0026) Thermal capacity used
30040 (0027) Active power =30040/ctA (kW)
30041 (0028) Reactive power =30041/ctA (kVar)
30042 (0029) Uab
30043 (002A) Ubc





Pre-trip actual value




MS Byte
Trip type:
1 overheating protection
2 ground fault protection
3 overcurrent protection
4 trip button pressed
5 locked/stalled rotor protection
6 unbalance protection
7 acceleration time protection
8 tE time protection
9 undervoltage protection
10 overvoltage protection
11 phase sequence protection
12 phase loss protection
13 alarm signaling
14 trip signaling
15 underpower protection
30044 (002B)
LS Byte
MS Byte Year
30045 (002C)
LS Byte Month
MS Byte Day
30046 (002D)
LS Byte Hour
MS Byte Minute
30047 (002E)
LS Byte Second
MS Byte Millisecond (MS)
30048 (002F)
LS Byte Millisecond (LS)











SOE Information












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Function code: 05switch output (control)
Register Address Description
00001 (0000) Start A (1start A, 0no operation)
00002 (0001) Start B (1start B, 0no operation)
00003 (0002) Reset
00004 (0003) Stop

Function code: 09time calibration
Register Address Description
00001 (0000) Year (0-99)
00002 (0001) Month (1-12)
00003 (0002) Day (1-31)
00004 (0003) Hour (0-23)
00005 (0004) Minute (0-59)
00006 (0005) Second (0-59)
00007 (0006) Millisecond (MS)
00008 (0007) Millisecond (LS)
Millisecond range:
0-999

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