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MotortronicsTable of contents1About the Motortronics TE-RTD12 Relay Device . 21.1General . 21.2Dimensions and Mounting . 31.3General Wiring Diagram . 41.3.1Wire Size and Tightning Torque . 51.3.2CT Connection: Core Balance Connection . 51.3.3Ct Connection: Summing Method . 61.4Keypad . 71.4.1Layout and Description . 71.4.2Navigation . 81.5Quick Start-Up . 92Parameters . 112.1Parameters Overview .11-172.2Parameters Detailed Explanation . 182.2.1RTD Settings.18-272.2.2Digital Inputs . 282.2.3Analog Inputs . 292.2.4Analog Output . 322.2.5Device Setting . 3332.2.6Differential CTs . 332.2.7Relay Settings . 342.2.8Communication . 35Real Time Clock. 362.2.92.2.10 Display .37-382.2.11 Relay Configuration .38-392.2.12 System Settings . 392.2.13 Device Information . 403Fault History and Event Records . 413.1Fault History. 413.2Fault Code Table . 423.3Event Records . 434MODBUS RTU Communication . 444.1Serial Connection / Wiring . 444.2Serial Communication Settings . 454.3MODBUS RTU Message Structure .45-484.4Main Registers .49-544.5Monitor Registers. 55APPENDIX A: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS . 56WARRANTY INFORMATION . 57Page 1Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

Motortronics1 About the Motortronics TE-RTD12 Relay Device1.1GeneralThe TE-RTD12 Relay device adds advanced RTD (Resistor Temperature Detector) and differential currentmonitoring capability to your new or existing motor system. The TE-RTD12 Relay device offers 12 built-in RTDinputs, 3 programmable output relays (5A), 2 isolated analog inputs (4-20mA), 1 isolated analog output (420mA), 3 isolated digital inputs and differential current feedback monitoring.Additionally, an RS485 (2 wire) communication port is available for use with a master device (PLC / SCADA /Operator Interface) for the purpose of programming and/or monitoring.Programmable relay outputs are provided that can be configured for a system function or for use as a globalAlarm or Trip based on temperature readout, which can be entered in ºC or ºF.A built-in event recorder stores fault history of past events with data points including Alarm / Trip Code, Current /Temperature value, Analog input value and Date / Time Stamp.The TE-RTD12 Relay device can be mounted on a back panel using the mounting bracket or DIN-Rail mount.NOTES -Page 2Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsDimensions and .9)(225.0)(7.4)(133.3)(157.2)8.86” x 6.19” x 3.06” (H x W x D)225mm x 157.2mm x 77.7mm (H x W x D) (mm)MountingUse the designated mounting holes to mount the TE-RTD12 in the designated area of your system.Page 3Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsGeneral Wiring Diagram1.3The following figure shows the general wiring diagram for the TE-RTD12 Relay Device.The terminal blocks are removable (pluggable) for ease of wiring.Connector RJ45 Pin OutPinFunction4A 5A7ISO 5V thru 560Ω Resistor8ISO GndNote: Pin 7 and 8 can be used by the master device todetect the presence of a connected unit.CONTROLPOWER INPUT110 - 240 Vac1Ø 50 / 60 HzRELAY 1ECLNRELAY 2CN.O. N.C.CN.O. N.C.RJ45N.O. N.C.2345678910111223 456GND12ISOLATED4 – 20 mAOUTPUTISOLATED4 – 20 mAINPUTSISOLATEDDIGITALINPUTSRELAY 311Refer to section 4 fordetailed connections.IN1 COM 3IN2-OUT OUT-7897 81RS485COM PORT23456TB2TB1OKRefer to table 1. forrecommended terminaltorque values.ALARMRelay 1Note:TRIPRelay 2Relay 3ResetFn·RS485 and Digital Inputshave a common ground·All 4-20mA I/O share acommon ground that isisolated from the RS485and Digital I/O ground.EnterTE-RTD12 RelayTB712 A34 -5 B61-7C234GND GND S7 RET 7581RTD 11237TB489GND GND S8 RET 89RTD 8RTD 7DIFFERENTIALCT INPUTSTB364GND GND S1 RET 152TB5671112GND GND S9 RET 91109GND GND S2 RET 23101112GND GND S3 RET 3RTD 3234GND GND S10 RET 1051114234GND GND S4 RET 4RTD 4678GND GND S11 RET 1191012GND GND S12 RET 12RTD 11RTD 10RTD 98RTD 21055TB66712RTD 128GND GND S5 RET 5RTD 51196101112GND GND S6 RET 6RTD 6RTD TypicalConnectionsTE-RTD12 Relay Device General Wiring DiagramCAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT INPUT POWER TO TB2, TB3, TB4, TB5, TB6 or TB7ONLY CONNECT INPUT POWER TO TB1 TERMINAL N AND L (110 - 240Vac)Page 4Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

Motortronics1.3.1 Wire Size and Tightening TorqueTightening TorqueAWGTightening TorqueRecommended in-LbTB1, TB2, TB730 - 124.424.42TB3, TB430 - 142.212.21TB5, TB630 - 141.772.21ConnectorWire SizeMaximum in-LbTable 11.3.2 CT Connection: Core Balance ConnectionTB7123456DIFFERENTIALCT INPUTS AABC B CA PhaseMotorB PhaseC PhasePage 5Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

Motortronics1.3.3 CT Connection: Summing MethodTB7123456DIFFERENTIALCT INPUTS A B CABCA PhaseA PhaseMotorB PhaseB PhaseC PhaseC PhasePage 6Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

Motortronics1.4Keypad1.4.1 Layout and DescriptionThe Keypad for the TE-RDT12 Relay incorporates an 8 digit LED display, a membrane keypad forprogramming, data entry and data retrieval. There are also 6 LED status indicators.OKALARMRelay 1TRIPRelay 2Relay 3ResetFnEnterTE-RTD12 RelayTE- RTD12 KeypadKeypad DescriptionKeysDisplayLEDResetResets the device after the conditions that cause anALARM or TRIP have been clearedFnEnter program mode (view event log)Up and Down ArrowsMonitor Navigation / increase or decrease valueRight and Left ArrowsEach key press shifts the active (flashing) digit to the rightor left by one position, allowing you to change highervalues of functions without waiting to Auto-step throughlarge numbers.EnterRead and save parameter changes8888 8888Two 4-digit 7-segment LED displaysOK (Green)ON: Indicates that there are no Alarms or Trips.(Yellow and Red LED’s are OFF)ALARM (Yellow)ON: An ALARM is activeTRIP (Red)ON: A TRIP has occurredRelay 1 (Yellow)Relay 2 (Yellow)ON: Relay is activatedRelay 3 (Yellow)Table 2Page 7Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

Motortronics1.4.2 NavigationPower UpSelectManual SelectProgram ModeEvent Log ModeFnMain Monitor#1 Hottest Stator RTD # (id)#2 Hottest Stator RTD temperature#3 Hottest Non-Stator RTD # (id)#4 Hottest Non-Stator RTD temp.#5 RTD #1 (default name: Stator #1)#6 RTD #2 (default name: Stator t / Switch# and ValueEnter . See parameter F094SelectAuto-Scroll#15#16 See parameter F094ResetFault/AlarmPage 8Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsQuick Start-up1.5Follow these steps to setup your TE-RTD12 device.Step 1: Connect Power SupplyWith the power-supply turned OFF connect a single phase power supply 110 – 240 Vac Nominal to terminal TB1(1 Ground, 2 N, 3 L) to power the TE-RTD12. See wiring diagram for connections.CONTROLPOWER INPUT110 to 240 Vac1Ø 50 / 60 HzTB1RELAY 1Earth GndE1CLN2RELAY 2N.O. N.C.CRELAY 3CN.O. N.C.N.O. N.C.3TB1Important: Use fuse protection of 2A 240VAC 5kA RK5 or equivalent fuse for the input power supply.CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT INPUT POWER TO TB2, TB3, TB4, TB5, TB6 or TB7ONLY CONNECT INPUT POWER TO TB1 TERMINAL N AND L (85 265Vac)Step 2: Connect RTD Inputs (only if used)-Turn power-supply OFFWith the power-supply turned OFF connect the RTD inputs to terminal block TB3, TB4, TB5 and TB6according to the wiring diagram.-TB4TB317234GND GND S7 RET 7586789109GND GND S8 RET 812GND GND S9 RET 9RTD 8RTD 711110234GND GND S10 RET 105611GND GND S11 RET 11RTD 11234GND GND S1 RET 1526910121112GND GND S12 RET 12RTD 12TB6TB518RTD 11RTD 10RTD 9778GND GND S2 RET 2RTD 291031112GND GND S3 RET 3RTD 314234GND GND S4 RET 4RTD 456578GND GND S5 RET 5RTD 591061112GND GND S6 RET 6RTD 6RTD TypicalConnectionsNOTE: The stator RTD’s have to connected consecutively from RTD #1 and up. The number of stator RTD’s hasto be entered in parameter F049.Page 9Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsStep 3: Program Unit- Turn on power-supply.- Set parameter F049 to # of used stator RTD’s.- To use temperature setting/readout in Fahrenheit, enter level 2 password (F102) 2000, then setparameter F095 to ‘1’ (default Fahrenheit).- Set Real-time clock Date and Time, parameter F088 to F093.- Enable RTD inputs 1 - 12 if used parameter F001, F005, F009, F013, F017, F021, F025, F029, F033,F037, F41 and F45.- Set Alarm and Trip levels for RTD inputs F003, F004.F007, F008.F011, F012.Page 10Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

Motortronics2.0 Parameters2.1 Parameter OverviewGrpRTD#Fn#FunctionF001 STATOR PHASE A1 TYPEF002 RTD # 1 DESCRIPTIONRTD11. RTD Settings.RTD2RTD3RTD4Adj. Range0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –10: Stator #1 (StA1)1: RTD #1 (rt 1)STATOR PHASE A1F003 ALARM0-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURESTATOR PHASE A1 TRIPF0040-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURE0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;F005 STATOR PHASE A2 TYPE3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –1F006 RTD # 2 DESCRIPTION0: Stator #2 (StA2)1: RTD #2 (rt 2)STATOR PHASE A2F007 ALARM0-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURESTATOR PHASE A2 TRIPF0080-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURE0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;F009 STATOR PHASE A3 TYPE3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –1F010 RTD # 3 DESCRIPTION0: Stator #3 (StA3)1: RTD #3 (rt 3)STATOR PHASE A3F011 ALARM0-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURESTATOR PHASE A3 TRIPF0120-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURE0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;F013 STATOR PHASE A4 TYPE3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –1F014 RTD # 4 DESCRIPTION0: Stator #4 (StA4)1: RTD #4 (rt 4)STATOR PHASE A4F015 ALARM0-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURESTATOR PHASE A4 TRIPF0160-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], 1011OFF11OFF1Note: See parameter Fn95 first to change between ºC and ºF.Page 11Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsGrpRTD#Fn#FunctionF017 STATOR PHASE A5 TYPEF018 RTD # 5 DESCRIPTIONRTD51. RTD Settings.RTD6RTD7RTD8Adj. Range0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –10: Stator #5 (StA5)1: RTD #5 (rt 5)STATOR PHASE A5F019 ALARM0-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURESTATOR PHASE A5 TRIPF0200-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURE0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;F021 STATOR PHASE A6 TYPE3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –1F022 RTD # 6 DESCRIPTION0: Stator #6 (StA6)1: RTD #6 (rt 6)STATOR PHASE A6F023 ALARM0-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURESTATOR PHASE A6 TRIPF0240-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURE0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;F025 FRONT BEARING TYPE3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –1F026 RTD # 7 DESCRIPTION0: Front Bearing (Fb)1: RTD #7 (rt 7)FRONT BEARING ALARMF0270-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATUREFRONT BEARING TRIPF0280-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATURE0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;F029 REAR BEARING TYPE3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –1F030 RTD # 8 DESCRIPTION0: Rear Bearing (rb)1: RTD #8 (rt 8)REAR BEARING ALARMF0310-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFFTEMPERATUREREAR BEARING TRIPF0320-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], 1011OFF11OFF1Note: See parameter Fn95 first to change between ºC and ºF.Page 12Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsGrpRTD#Fn#F033 RTD #9 TYPEF034 RTD #9 DESCRIPTIONRTD9RTD #9 ALARMTEMPERATURERTD #9 TRIPF036TEMPERATUREF035F037 RTD #10 TYPEF038 RTD #10 DESCRIPTIONRTD10RTD #10 ALARMTEMPERATURERTD #10 TRIPF040TEMPERATURE1. RTD Settings.F039F041 RTD #11 TYPEF042 RTD #11 DESCRIPTIONRTD11RTD #11 ALARMTEMPERATURERTD #11 TRIPF044TEMPERATUREF043F045 RTD #12 TYPEF046 RTD #12 DESCRIPTIONRTD12RTD #12 ALARMTEMPERATURERTD #12 TRIPF048TEMPERATURE# OF RTD’S USED FORF049STATORF050 RTD ,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF10-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF11OFF11010-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF10-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF11OFF11010-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF10-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF11OFF11010-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF10-464,[0-240 (C); 32-464 (F)], OFF1OFF10-6160 – 1 [0 Disabled, 1 Enabled]10Adj. RangeFunction0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –10: Bearing Box (brbo)1: RTD #9 (rt 9)0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –10: Ambient (Abnt)1: RTD #10 (rt10)0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –10: User Defined #1 (USr1)1: RTD #11 (rt11)0-4 [0: OFF; 1: 100 Ohm Pt; 2: 10 Ohm Cu;3: 100 Ohm Ni; 4: 120 Ohm Ni.]0 –10: User Defined #2 (USr2)1: RTD #12 (rt12)1Note: See parameter Fn95 first to change between ºC and ºF.Page 13Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsGrpRTD#Fn#2. Digital InputsF051 Input #1 (InP1) SelectF052 Time DelayF053 Input #2 (InP2) SelectF054 Time DelayF055 Input #3 (InP3) SelectF056 Time DelayF057 Analog Input #1 NameF058F0593. Analog InputsF060F061F062F063Analog Input #1 (AnA1)4mAAnalog Input #1 (AnA1)20mAAnalog Input #1 AlarmLevelAnalog Input #1 Alarm TimeDelayAnalog Input #1 Trip LevelAnalog Input #1 Trip TimeDelayF064 Analog Input #2 NameF065F066F067F068F069Adj. RangeFunctionAnalog Input #2 (AnA2)4mAAnalog Input #2 (AnA2)20mAAnalog Input #2 AlarmLevelAnalog Input #2 Alarm TimeDelayAnalog Input #2 Trip Level0-2 [0: Disabled; 1: Normally Open; 2:Normally Closed]1-60 (Sec)0-2 [0: Disabled; 1: Normally Open; 2:Normally Closed]1-60 (Sec)0-2 [0: Disabled; 1: Normally Open; 2:Normally Closed]1-60 0-5[0: OFF;1: Analog Input #1 (AnA1);2: Oscillation #1 (oSC1);3: Air Flow #1 (AFL1);4: Speed #1 (SPd1);5: Pressure #1 (PrS1).]1OFF10-99991010-99991999910,1-9999 [0: OFF; 1-9999 trip level]1OFF11-60 (Sec)1110,1-9999 [0: OFF; 1-9999 trip level]1OFF11-60 (Sec)1110-5[0: OFF;1: Analog Input #2 (AnA2);2: Oscillation #2 (oSC2);3: Air Flow #2 (AFL2);4: Speed #2 (SPd2);5: Pressure #2 (PrS2).]1OFF10-99991010-99991999910,1-9999 [0: OFF; 1-9999 trip level]1OFF11-60 (Sec)1110,1-9999 [0: OFF; 1-9999 trip level]1OFF1Note: See parameter Fn95 first to change between ºC and ºF.Page 14Buy: www.ValinOnline.com Phone 844-385-3099 Email: [email protected]

MotortronicsGrpRTD#Incr.DefaultSettingPSWLevel1-60 (Sec)111F071 Analog Output0-6[0: OFF;1: Hottest Stator RTD Temperature;2. Hottest Non-Stator RTD Temperature;3. Analog Input #1 (AnA1);4: Analog Input #2 (AnA2);5: Unit Internal Temperature;6: Highest Differential Phase Current. ]1OFF1F072 Analog Output 4mA0-9999101F073 Analog Output 20mA0-99990-257[1-125(C), 32-257(F),OFF]1999911501----OFF, 5-90 (% of CT Primary)5OFF11-60 (Sec)Fn#9. RTC8. Comm.7. Relay Settings6. Differential CTs5. DeviceSetting4. Analog OutputF070F074Adj. RangeFunctionAnalog Input #2 TripTime DelayUnit Internal AlarmT