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© ABB Stotz-Kontakt May 18, 2015 | Slide 1
Protection Functions • overload • short circuit • phase failure
Devices • Manual Motor Starters • Thermal & Electronic Overload
Relays • Contactors • Fuses
Level Supervision • Voltage / Current Level
Supervison • Ground Fault Detection • Imbalance • Phase sequence • …
Supportive devices:
Power supplies
Current transformers
Integrated solution • Motor Control • Motor Protection • Motor Diagnosis • Communication
Control System
Ethernet
UMC100.3 Intelligent Motor Protection & Control System
Advanced Motor Protection
Flexible Motor Control
Diagnostics and Maintenance
UMC Usage Where are UMCs used
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UMC Usage Where are UMCs used
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Pulp & paper
Oil & gas
UMC Usage Why are UMCs used
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To avoid any sudden and unexpected motor stop by detecting upcoming problems early
full information about the motor status is required
Keep downtime short in case of any sudden and unexpected motor stop
by getting comprehensive diagnosis to reach this
by using spare drawers
This is the reason why customers invest more and use intelligent motor controllers
UMC100.3 The system Overview
UMC100.3 UC 110 … 240 V AC/DC
UMC100.3 DC EX 24 V DC ATEX
UMC100.3 UC EX 110 … 240 V AC/DC ATEX
Control Panel UMC100-PAN
UMC100.3 System Overview
Supply 24 V DC Supply 110 … 240 V AC / DC UMC100.3 UC provides 24 V DC supply for expansion modules and inputs
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UMC100.3 DC UMC100.3 UC
UMC100.3 The system Overview
Expansion Modules Digital DX111
UMC100.3 The system Overview
Ethernet Profinet IO PNQ22
UMC100.3 The system Advantages
UMC100.3 is a modular system for motor protection and control
Very compact solution due to the integrated measuring system
Only one single device independent of motor size, functionality and communication
Easy to expand for more functionality
Flexible communication due to separate communication interfaces
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UMC100.3 How are UMCs used
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Power supply
Comprehensive motor protection for 3- and single phase motors
Motor supply voltage up to 1000 V AC 50 / 60 Hz
Nominal motor current
0.24 A to 63 A with integrated widerange measuring system
63 A to 850 A with external current transformer CT4L / CT5L
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UMC100.3 Motor Protection Protection functions overview
Basic motor protection Overload according to EN/IEC 60947-4-1
tripclasses 5E, 10E, 20E, 30E, 40E
Rotor blocking
Under- / Overcurrent
Too many starts per time
Advanced motor protection – with expansion module Under- / Overvoltage
Phase loss / imbalance / sequence voltage based
Underload / Overload
UMC100.3 Motor Control Overview
Most common motor starters are integrated as easy to parametrize control functions
Direct / Reverse / Star-Delta starter
Overload Relay
Transparent mode
Softstarter mode
Support of different control stations (DCS, Local bottons, Operation Panel ...)
Support of different operation modes Remote, Local 1, Local 2
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UMC100.3 Motor Control Integrated Motor Starters
Motor starters Direct Starter
Overload Relay Standalone application without fieldbus
Transparent Mode Feeder applications
UMC100.3 Motor Control Integrated Motor Starters
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Example DOL
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Example Softstarter mode
In most cases the built-in logic is flexible enough
but
for special requirements an individual starter application can be created
This is done with the “Custom Application Editor”, which is part of the PBDTM software package
Application Editor includes a library with function blocks for UMC100.3 inputs / outputs
Logic functions
Basic functions
Control functions
Expansion modules
UMC100.3 Motor Control Custom Application Editor
2 ways how to set up a Custom Application Logic
Full flexibility Start from zero
Build up logic step by step
result will be an individual starter function
Easy way Use the ABB standard starter and modify it as required
Advantage: use of ready and tested starter functions
In most cases only small modifications will be required
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UMC100.3 Motor Control Custom Application Editor
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Network View: All devices on the fieldbus
UMC DTM
UMC100.33 Motor Control Custom Application Editor - The most basic application
Basic DI represents the digital inputs of UMC100.3 and the multifunction options
Fault Reset allows to acknowledge protection trips
Direct Starter handles all the logic to start a motor in one direction (check- back supervision …)
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UMC100.3 Motor Control Custom Application Editor - Full application
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Drawing Area
4 Control Stations supported Fieldbus cyclic (I/O communication)
Fieldbus acyclic (Profibus only)
Push buttons on DIs
3 Control modes: Local 1, Local 2, Auto
Individually to configure for each mode which control station is allowed to start/stop
Depending on busfault, force local 2 and the autobit one of the 3 modes is active
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UMC100.3 Motor Control Control Stations and Modes
UMC100.3 Diagnostics General
UMC100.3 provides comprehensive information via fieldbus and LCD operator panel
Motor data
Time to trip, Time to cool
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UMC100.3 Diagnostics General
Maintenance counters Operating hours of motor
Stand-still hours of motor
UMC100.3 Diagnostics Control Panel UMC100-PAN
Graphical display with backlight Text instead of cryptical codes
LEDs for status
Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian
Configurable fault texts and tag name
USB port for communication to PC with DTM software
Up-/Download parameters
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UMC100.3 Diagnostics Control Panel UMC100-PAN
Monitor Status I/Os
Optional Password Protection
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Context dependent hot-key 1
Context dependent hot-key 2
Scroll up / down buttons
Delay time
Jog / Inching mode
NO/NC
All inputs can be read by the DCS independent from their setting
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UMC100.3 Hardware Digital Inputs - Multifunction
Easy to configure Separate settings for function and delay time Most functions selectable as NO or NC External Fault with configuration of
Individual text with 2 x 8 characters Autoreset Delay time
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UMC100.3 Hardware Digital Inputs - Multifunction
Off
Prep. emerg. Start (NO/NC)
UMC100.3 Hardware Digital Outputs
3 x Relay Outputs DO0 ... DO2 Switching the motor contactors
Directly set by the control function in the UMC
Free outputs can be controlled by the DCS or the UMC100.3 Customer Application
1 x 24V Transistor Output DO3 Controlled by DCS
or controlled by Customer Application Logic
Fault Output: DO2 or DO3 can be configured as Fault Output
Configurable On / Off / or Flashing in case of fault
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UMC100.3 Expansion I/O Modules DX111, DX122
8 galvanic isolated DIs
4 relay outputs
1 Analog output (0/4-20mA, 0-10V) to drive an instrument or to a DCS
2 separate roots for the relay outputs and the inputs
Flexible mounting: Up to 3m distance between UMC100.3 and DX1xx
2 Types DX111 DIs 24 V DC
DX122 DIs 110 / 230 V AC
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UMC100.3 Expansion I/O Modules DX111, DX122
Usable without programming
Autoreset
Delay
Dis are always available in the DCS
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UMC100.3 Expansion Voltage Modules VI150, VI155
3 voltage inputs L1, L2, L3
150 – 690 V AC
Flexible mounting: Up to 3m distance between UMC100.3 and VI15x
2 Types
UMC100.3 Expansion Voltage Modules VI150, VI155
Additional features with Voltage module Motor Protection
Under / Overvoltage protection
Under / Overload protection
Motor Diagnostics 3 Phase voltages
Powerfactor
UMC100.3 Expansion Analog Module AI111
3 analog inputs PT100 -50…+400 ºC
-50… +70 ºC
2 modules AI111 can be connected to a UMC100.3
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No pictures available yet
UMC100.3 Expansion Analog Module AI111
Additional features with analog module Temperature mode
Same sensor / signal type for all 3 inputs
Settings are for all 3 sensor types the same
Configurable triplevel, warnlevel, delay time
Universal mode
Fault / warn levels are configured by function blocks
Configurable trip / warning per input
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UMC100.3 Expansion System limits
1 Digital expansion module DX111 or DX122
1 Voltage module VI150 or VI155
2 Analog modules AI111
14 Digital inputs
9 Digital outputs
1 Thermistor input
UMC100.3 Communication Fieldbuses and Networks
Only one version of UMC100.3 for any kind of communication
Communication is done by special communication interfaces
Fieldbus communication interfaces can be mounted directly on the UMC100.3 or separate
Ethernet communication interfaces are mounted separately
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UMC100.3 Communication Fieldbuses and Networks
Communication Interfaces provide connection to
Fieldbuses PROFIBUS DP PDP32 PDQ22
DeviceNet DNP31
Ethernet Profinet PNQ22
Only one version of UMC100.3 for all fieldbuses and networks
Full motor protection and control in case of a bus failure
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UMC100.3 Communication Fieldbuses and Networks
Fieldbus communication interfaces can be mounted Direct on the UMC100.3 PDP32 DNP31 MRP31
Separate with SMK31 PDP32 DNP31 MRP31
Separate PDQ22 MTQ22 PNQ22
Parametrization Controller Panel Software Software
Bus via Panel
DeviceNet x x x
Modbus RTU x x
Modbus TCP x x
Profinet x x x
UMC100.3 Communication Fieldbus communication interfaces
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PDP32 DNP31 MRP31
Fieldbus communication interfaces can be mounted in 2 ways
Direct on the UMC100.3 Mechanically fixed
Powered out of the UMC100.3
On a SMK3 separate in the cable chamber of an MCC
Mounted on DIN-rail or with screws
Powered separate with 24 V DC
Similar to former CDP12 solution
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UMC100.3 Communication Fieldbus communication interfaces
Communication interface mounted direct on the UMC100.3 + Behaves like an integrated communication port
(competitor solution)
Communication interface mounted separate on a SMK3 + Automatic addressing when drawer is changed
+ Fast drawer replacement
- Extra cost
MCC installation PDP32 in drawer
Month DD, YYYY
From previous node
To next node
+ No accessories necessary - Drop lines on PROFIBUS - Address not automatically set
in case of replacements
Drop line per drawer
Month DD, YYYY
From previous node
To next node
To drawer backside
Standard PROFIBUS cable
CDP18
CDP24
SMK3 + PDP32
+ Address stored in PDP32 + Fast replacement (address, parameter) + Diagnosis to DCS if drawer withdrawn
MCC installation PDP32 in cable chamber with DSUB-9
Month DD, YYYY
From previous node
To next node
To drawer backside
24 V DC Comm. interface supply
CDP18
CDP24
SMK3+ PDP32
+ Easier wiring + Fast replacement (address, parameter) + Info to DCS if drawer withdrawn + Termination at each node possible
UMC100.3 Communication Separation of Busnode and Device
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Application with PDQ22 in a Drawer System
UMC100.3 Communication Communication interfaces for Ethernet
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MTQ22 Modbus TCP PNQ22 Profinet IO
Up to four UMC100.3 connectable
Support different network topologies Star
Bus
Din-rail mounting
UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet communication
MTQ22 Modbus TCP UMC100, UMC22, PST, PSE selectable
Up to 4 masters can be configured
Master supervision with timeout
Integrated into AC800xA
Sequence of events SOE
UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet – Network topologies
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UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet – Redundant ring topology
The ring topology offers cable redundancy on Ethernet side
A managed switch supporting MRP and acting as MRP manager must be used in this case
The implemented media redundancy protocol (MRP) is according to EN/IEC 62439-2
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UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet – Competitor’s solution
In ring or line setup the devices are not reachable if just two drawers are withdrawn
Complex and expensive Ethernet connectors are required to short-cut Ethernet lines when drawers are withdrawn to overcome the above mentioned problem
Problems with long timeouts can occure because of missing devices
General problem: 10/100MBit communication inside a drawer
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UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet – ABB Solution
Other Ethernet interfaces and UMC100.3 are always reachable
If drawer withdrawn
If an interface is not reachable because of a cable break
No special Ethernet connectors for drawers needed
No need to link 100MBit into drawers
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UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet application
Ready made cables available
Or make own cables
Terminal blocks available separately
24 V DC Supply
To next MTQ22 / PNQ22
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Fast installation through ready made cables CDP18
No issues in withdrawable systems Ethernet not inside the drawer!
No special Ethernet connectors required when using in a MCC
UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet – Fix solution
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Fast installation
No special Ethernet connectors required
UMC100.3 Communication Ethernet – MTQ22 setup
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PC tool for configuration
Standard Micro USB interface
UMC100.3 Commissioning Engineering Workflow
Configure UMC100.3 with LCD Panel
GSD, EDS, GSDML
required
Download / test application
Table based configuration within the control system. Download of parameters during bus start / engineering time.
Custom applications can’t be changed
Configuration from the controller
PROFIBUS GSD
DeviceNet EDS
Profinet GSDML
Latest device desription files are always available on the internet side
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PROFIBUS Example
UMC100.3 Commissioning Configuration via Device Type Manager (DTM)
Very comfortable way to configure all parameters and functions of the UMC
Explanation of parameters through images …
Custom applications can be created and downloaded into the UMC100
Offline engineering of devices and whole bus lines
Online monitoring and diagnosis on PROFIBUS
Same tool and PC communication adapter as used by ABB Instrumentation
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UMC100.3 Communication Configuration via PC
Using the open FDT/DTM standard
Point to point connection via UTF21
Profibus connection via UTP22
UMC100.3 Summary
Flexible Motor Control
Perfect solution for Motor Control Centers
Can be adapted to almost all customer requirements Built-in logic -> just configure
Customer specific logic -> logic editor
Powerful LCD panel for monitoring, parameterization and control
Expansion modules for flexible I/O handling
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