3 MRS-MUM Issued:..00 Version: E/0..00 RE_ 0 Contents Copyrights.... Introduction This manual Use of symbols Intended audience Product documentation Document conventions Safety information Unpacking..... Identifying the product Electrostatic discharge (ESD) Disposal of packing material Mounting Detaching and installing the plug-in unit Mounting dimensions Flush mounting Semi-flush mounting Inclined semi-flush mounting Rack mounting Wall mounting " rack mounting with RTXP " equipment frame mounting (Combiflex) Lens sensors for arc protection system (REF 0 only) Connections Mounting instructions for snap ferrite ring Electrical connections Accessories.... Abbreviations......
5 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Copyrights The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by ABB Oy. ABB Oy assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document. In no event shall ABB Oy be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages of any nature or kind arising from the use of this document, nor shall ABB Oy be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from use of any software or hardware described in this document. This document and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without written permission from ABB Oy, and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor used for any unauthorized purpose. The software or hardware described in this document is furnished under a license and may be used, copied, or disclosed only in accordance with the terms of such license. Copyright 00 ABB Oy All rights reserved. Trademarks ABB is a registered trademark of ABB Group. All other brand or product names mentioned in this document may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Guarantee Please inquire about the terms of guarantee from your nearest ABB representative.
7 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Introduction.. This manual This manual contains instructions for unpacking and installing the protection relay RE_ 0, as well as general information about different mounting kits available. In addition to the relay, the delivery contains: * Product documentation (refer to Section.. Product documentation) * Snap ferrite ring for CT /VT connections * Battery for real-time clock and non-volatile memory * Printable labels for programmable indicator LEDs.. Use of symbols This publication includes the following icons that point out safety-related conditions or other important information: The electrical warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in electrical shock. The warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard which could result in personal injury. The caution icon indicates important information or warning related to the concept discussed in the text. It might indicate the presence of a hazard which could result in corruption of software or damage to equipment or property. The information icon alerts the reader to relevant facts and conditions. Although warning hazards are related to personal injury, it should be understood that operation of damaged equipment could, under certain operational conditions, result in degraded process performance leading to personal injury or death. Therefore, comply fully with all warning and caution notices... Intended audience This manual is intended for installation personnel to support the installation of the product hardware.
8 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM.. Product documentation In addition to the relay and this manual, the delivery contains the following relayspecific documentation: Table..- REF 0 product documentation Name Technical Reference Manual Technical Reference Manual, ANSI version Operator's Manual Operator's Manual, ANSI version Table..- REM 0 product documentation Name Technical Reference Manual Technical Reference Manual, ANSI version Operator s Manual Operator s Manual, ANSI version Table..- REU 0 product documentation Name Technical Reference Manual Technical Reference Manual, ANSI version Operator s Manual Operator s Manual, ANSI version Document ID MRS0 MRS MRS MRS Document ID MRS-MUM MRS MRS-MUM MRS Document ID MRS MRS MRS0 MRS Either the IEC or the ANSI version of the manual is included... Document conventions The following conventions are used for the presentation of material: * Push button navigation in the human-machine interface (HMI) menu structure is presented by using the push button icons, for example: To navigate between the options, use and. * HMI menu paths are presented as follows: Use the arrow buttons to select CONFIGURATION\COMMUNICATION\SPA SETTINGS\PASSWORD SPA. * Parameter names, menu names, relay indication messages and relay's HMI views are shown in a Courier font, for example:
9 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Use the arrow buttons to monitor other measured values in the menus DEMAND VALUES and HISTORY DATA. * HMI messages are shown inside quotation marks when it is good to point out them for the user, for example: When you store a new password, the relay confirms the storage by flashing once on the display.
11 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Safety information Dangerous voltages can occur on the connectors, even though the auxiliary voltage has been disconnected. Non-observance can result in death, personal injury or substantial property damage. Only a competent electrician is allowed to carry out the electrical installation. National and local electrical safety regulations must always be followed. The frame of the device has to be carefully earthed. When the plug-in unit has been detached from the case, do not touch the inside of the case. The relay case internals may contain high voltage potential and touching these may cause personal injury. The device contains components which are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Unnecessary touching of electronic components must therefore be avoided. Breaking the sealing tape on the upper handle of the device will result in loss of guarantee and proper operation will no longer be insured.
13 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Unpacking Relay products require careful handling before installation on site. Examine the delivered products to ensure that they have not been damaged during transport. If a product has been damaged, a claim should be made to the transport contractor and the local representative of ABB should be promptly notified... Identifying the product Compare the order number of the relay with the ordering information to verify that you have received the right product. You can find the order number on a label under the lower handle of the relay. When checking the order number of the relay plug-in unit, be careful not to lift the handle more than º (approx. 0 mm). Lifting the handle any further detaches the plug-in unit from the case. a Fig...- α = º y = 0 mm y Checking the order number of the relay A00.. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) The relay products contain components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge. The electronic circuits are well protected by the enclosure: avoid removing the plugin unit and the human-machine interface (HMI) unnecessarily... Disposal of packing material The packing material of cardboard is 00% recyclable.
15 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Mounting RE_ 0 can be: * Flush mounted * Semi-flush mounted * Semi-flush mounted in a º angle * Rack mounted * Wall mounted * Mounted to a " equipment frame * Mounted with a RTXP test switch to a " rack You need separate mounting kits for the different methods except for the flushmounting method. This section also includes instructions on how to install the optional lens sensors for an arc protection system (REF 0 only). The relay s construction with a detachable plug-in unit allows an easy installation. Before mounting the relay, detach the plug-in unit from the relay case... Detaching and installing the plug-in unit Before detaching the plug-in unit from the case, the auxiliary voltage must be disconnected. To detach the plug-in unit:. Lift the lower handle until the spring-loaded locks on both sides of the handle are released and the unit is pushed about mm out of the case. This separates the connectors.. Pull the unit out of the case. The relay features an automatic short-circuit mechanism in the current transformer (CT) connector. Therefore, detaching the plug-in unit will not open the secondary circuit of the CT which otherwise could cause dangerously high voltages. Signal connectors are left open when the plug-in unit is detached.
16 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM Fig...- Detaching a plug-in unit from the case A00 Before fitting a relay plug-in unit into a relay case, check that the unit and the case have the same order number. The order number of the case is printed on the bottom plate inside the case. However, if a substitute plug-in unit has to be used instead of the original unit, ensure that at least the first 0 characters in the order numbers of the case and the plug-in unit are identical, as in the following example (the same principle applies to all RE_ 0 relays): Order number of the relay case Order number of the plug-in unit REM0CHCMP XX REM0CHCNR XX However, it is highly recommended that all characters in the order number, except for those indicating a spare part, should match the ones of the case. The relay features a built-in mechanical coding system which allows that a plug-in unit with voltage or current measuring inputs only can be plugged into a corresponding case. This helps to prevent dangerous situations from arising in case a non-suitable plug-in unit is fitted into a relay case. Forcing a non-suitable plug-in unit into a case breaks the relay and may cause dangerous situations. When installing a plug-in unit into a case:. Check that the handle is down in its initial position.. Push the unit into the case until the locks click; see Fig...-.
17 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Fig...- Installing a plug-in unit into the case A00.. Mounting dimensions Frame width mm Frame height mm Frame depth mm. 0 (U) Fig...- Main dimensions of RE_ 0 A00.. Flush mounting All the mounting accessories for flush mounting are included in the case.
18 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM To flush mount the case to the cut-out in the panel:. Loosen the four M fixing screws approximately turns.. Mount the case to the panel cut-out; see Fig Tighten the screws; see Fig...-. The allowed range for the fixing screws tightening torque is 0... Nm. The enclosure class of the flush-mounted device is IP on the front side. The rear side fulfils the IP 0 requirements. The top of the flush-mounted device fulfills the IP 0 requirements. A device equipped with optic connections requires a minimum depth of 0 mm Case Panel Fig...- Flush mounting a case into a panel cut-out Fixing screws M T Torx head A00
19 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Fig...- Case flush mounted, tightening the screws A000, 0, Fig...- Relay (case and plug-in unit) flush mounted A00
20 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM.. Semi-flush mounting The semi-flush mounting kit contains (for order number, refer to Chapter. Accessories): * Raising frame * Gasket * Screws The gasket is used when an IP degree of protection (according to IEC 0) is required for the front side. If the gasket is not used, an IP 0 degree of protection is obtained. Mount the raising frame to the cut-out in the panel with four screws according to the Fig...-. A device equipped with optic connections requires a minimum depth of 0 mm Panel M screws Raising frame Ø Dimensions of panel cut out Fig...- Mounting raising frame A00 0
21 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Case Fig...- Mounting case A00 For instructions on how to mount the case to the raising frame, refer to Section.. Flush mounting.. 0. Fig...- Relay (raising frame, case and plug-in unit) semi-flush mounted A00
22 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM.. Inclined semi-flush mounting The inclined semi-flush mounting kit (for order number, refer to Chapter. Accessories) allows you to mount the relay to a angle. The mounting kit contains: * Angled frame * Gasket * Screws The gasket is used when an IP degree of protection is required for the front side. If the gasket is not used, the device fulfills the IP 0 requirements., (U) 0 A B C D E Fig...- A) M x 0. screws B) Plug-in unit C) Case D) Angled frame E) Gasket Inclined semi-flush mounting A0
23 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Mount the angled frame to the cut-out in the panel with four screws. The recommended panel thickness is mm at the minimum. +0, -0, + -, 0, , -0, Fig...- Panel cut-out dimensions A0 Fig...- Relay (angled frame, case and plug-in unit) mounted in a angle A0
24 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM For instructions on how to mount the case to the angled frame, refer to Section.. Flush mounting... Rack mounting The relay can be mounted to a " rack by using a mounting panel. The required mounting panel type depends on the number of relays mounted. For order numbers, refer to Chapter. Accessories. A device equipped with optic connections requires a minimum depth of 0 mm. U () (,) Fig...- rack mounting panels A00 For instructions on how to mount the case to the panel, refer to Section.. Flush mounting.
25 MRS-MUM RE_ Fig...- Relay (case and plug-in unit) rack mounted A00.. Wall mounting The wall mounting kit (for order numbers, refer to Chapter. Accessories) allows you to mount the relay on a wall (projection mounting). The mounting kit contains: * Two two-piece mounting brackets (frame and rail parts). The mounting brackets are made of steel sheet (light grey, Pantone 0). * Back plate * Screws * Detailed mounting instructions * Dimensions for screw holes When connecting the wires, a wall-mounted relay can be pulled out 0 mm and turned (or 0) degrees downwards (or upwards). The part in item "A" in Fig...- and in Fig...- locks the relay to selected (pushed-in or pulled-out) position. Release the relay by pushing the locks.
26 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM A A00 Fig...- Relay (case and plug-in unit) wall mounted A) Locks the relay to selected position (pushed-in or pulled-out) Rotate the relay by loosening the knurled-head screw, see item "B" in Fig...-.
27 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 D C A B 0 Fig...- Wall-mounted relay in pulled-out position and rotated A) Locks the relay to selected position (pushed-in or pulled-out) B) Knurled-head screw C) 0 mm space needed above and below the frame for rotating D) Min 0 mm spacing between two kits A00_.. " rack mounting with RTXP The relay can be mounted together with a RTXP test switch to a " rack by using a mounting kit. For order number, refer to Chapter. Accessories. The mounting kit contains: * Mounting panel (item in Fig...-) * Metallic frame (item in Fig...-) for mounting the RTXP test switch to the panel A device equipped with optic connections requires a minimum depth of 0 mm. For instructions on how to mount the case to the panel, refer to Section.. Flush mounting.
28 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM Fig...- ) Mounting panel ) Metallic frame Mounting of the relay and the frame for a RTXP test switch A00.. " equipment frame mounting (Combiflex) The relay can be mounted to a " equipment frame (U high, Combiflex) by using two different types of mounting brackets. The type of mounting brackets to be ordered depends on whether the relay is to be installed to the frame as it is or in combination with a test switch of type RTXP. When mounting only the relay, use two mounting brackets of type MRS00, see item in Fig...-. When mounting a relay with a test switch (RTXP ) by its side, use one mounting bracket of type MRS00 and one of type MRS00, see items and in Fig...-. The mounting brackets are made of hot galvanized steel sheet. Mount the mounting brackets to the case by using the same fixing screws as in flush mounting. The case contains all the mounting accessories needed. Mount the case to the " equipment frame.
29 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Fig...- Mounting the relay to a " equipment frame ) Mounting bracket type MRS00 A000 Fig...- Mounting the relay and test switch RTXP to a " equipment frame ) Mounting bracket type MRS00 ) Mounting bracket type MRS00 A00.0. Lens sensors for arc protection system (REF 0 only) The arc protection is used to detect arc situations in air insulated metal-clad switch gears. The place of installation of the optional lens sensors in the switch gear cubicle depends on the kind of arc protection system to be used. Refer to the application examples in the Technical Reference Manual for further information on the alternatives.
30 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM To mount the lens sensor, drill a hole (Ø 0 mm) in the wall of the space to be supervised. Fit the lens sensor to the hole and fasten it with a self-tapping M screw. Alternatively, the lens sensor can be fastened with a cable tie. To do this, secure the cable tie to a suitable point of attachment on the cubicle wall and wrap the cable tie tightly around the sensor. Make sure that the cable tie lies in the groove of the sensor to prevent it from blocking the light. Fig..0.- Mounting of the lens sensor A00 Fig..0.- Dimensions of the lens sensor A00 0
31 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Connections Connection terminals are described in the Technical Reference Manual. Each contact has its own identification number, X., for instance. The numbering of the contacts runs from top to bottom, except connectors X., X. and X. which are numbered from bottom to top; see Fig...- and Fig...-. Terminal blocks of screw-compression and ring-lug type are used for electrical connections. Transceivers of snap-in type (X.) are used for plastic fibre-optic connections and transceivers of ST-type (X.) for glass fibre-optic connections. Lens sensor inputs (X. and X.) are used for arc protection (REF 0 only), see Fig...-. If terminals of screw-compression type are used:. Open the screw terminal before inserting a wire into it for the first time. To open the screw terminal, turn the fixing screw anti-clockwise until the terminal hole is wide open (the inside of the terminal hole is surrounded by metal).. Insert the wire and turn the fixing screw clockwise until the wire is firmly fixed. Only use screwdriver and insert bits for Phillips (PH ) cross-recessed head screws (M.) when handling CT/VT terminals (X.) of screw-compression type. A) B) C) D) MAX. mm MAX mm MIN mm Fig..- Screwdriver and insert bits for CT/VT terminals of screw-compression type A00 It is also possible to use terminals of ring-lug type for the CTs/VTs. If using terminals of ring-lug type:. Open the lid that covers the ring-lug fixing screw (every fixing screw has its own lid) with the tip of a screwdriver.. Screw off the screw, slide it through the terminal lug and screw it back on.. Close the lid.
32 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM.. Mounting instructions for snap ferrite ring Install the snap ferrite ring around the wires for current/voltage measurement as follows:. Place the snap ferrite ring on a flat surface. To open the ring, use the key included in the package by pressing it gently into the key holes on the snap ferrite ring as shown in Fig...-. Fig...- Opening the snap ferrite ring before installation A00. Remove the key from the keyholes by carefully pulling it out with one hand while holding the snap ferrite ring with the other hand.. Place the snap ferrite ring around the wires for current/voltage measurement and lock the ring by closing it. The snap ferrite ring should be installed as close to the terminal block as possible. Fig...- shows the preferred position of the snap ferrite ring after installation. If the protection relay is installed in a place where it is subject to vibration, such as on marine applications, the snap ferrite ring needs to be attached to a stationary part of the switch gear cubicle. This can easily be done by fastening the snap ferrite ring to the cubicle wall with a screw.
33 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Fig...- Snap ferrite ring installed A00.. Electrical connections All connections are made on the rear of the case. No soldering is needed. Each signal connector (X. and X.) terminal is dimensioned for one 0... mm wire or two mm wires. Connect the wires from the CTs/VTs to the right device according to the phase order and the connection diagram. Each terminal for CTs/VTs is dimensioned for one mm wire or for two maximum. mm wires. A separate earth lead of at least. mm has to be connected from the protective earth screw between connectors X. and X. (the upper screw; see Fig...-) to the earth bar. When using RTD sensors or thermistors for REM 0, use a double shielded cable. Connect the cable shields to the chassis earth screw between connectors X. and X. (lower screw; see Fig...-). Terminals on the optional communication modules for RS- (see Fig...- and Fig...-) are dimensioned for one mm wire or for two maximum 0. mm wires.
34 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM X. X. 0 0 X. X. DANGER - RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK NEAR INSTRUMENT TERMINALS! Fig...- Rear view of RE_ 0 with the RS- communication module A00
35 MRS-MUM RE_ 0 X. X. X. TX X. RX TX X. RX 0 0 X. X. DANGER - RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK NEAR INSTRUMENT TERMINALS! Fig...- A00 Rear view of RE_ 0 with the fibre-optic communication module for plastic and glass fibre with light sensor inputs
36 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM X. X. 0 0 X. X. DANGER - RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK NEAR INSTRUMENT TERMINALS! Fig...- A00 Rear view of RE_ 0 with the DNP.0 communication module for RS-
37 Light sensor Light sensor X. X. X. Optional L L L DI DI DI DI DI X. X. Optional SGB SGB SGB SGB SGB O U au x ~ IR F SO SO PO PO PO 0 ~ Self-supervision IRF Warning I> Start Blocking Trip I>> Start Blocking Trip I>>> Start Trip SG R SGR SGR SGRSGR I0> Blocking I0>> Blocking DI> Blocking q> Arc I>/I0> Blocking 0 CB Position Open CB Position Closed AR Inhibit CB Close Inhibit External AR Initiation Trip lockout External Triggering Reset External Trip CBFP External Triggering Start Trip Start Trip Start Trip Alarm Trip Arc light output Trip Open CB Command Close CB Command CB Reclosing failed Shot Due Definite Trip Alarm AR Lockout Trip Lockout External Trip Indications cleared Output contact unlatched Memorized values cleared Setting group selection Time sync SGF...SGF SGL...SGL SO SO SO 0 X. Optional SGR SGR SGR I - - MRS-MUM RE_ 0 Trip = Factory default = Example settings Fig...- Connection diagram (REF 0 rev. C) A000
38 X. RTD/Th RTD RTD 0 RTD/Th RTD 0 RTD X. Optional DIFF CO MM ON DIFF CO MM ON DIFF CO MM ON DIFF COM MON DIFF COM MON DIFF COM MON L L L 0 O M ~ U aux ~ DI DI DI DI D I IRF X. X. SO SO PO PO PO 0 ~ Self-supervision IRF Optional Warning SGR SGB SGB SGB q> * Restart inhibit SGB SGB Alarm Emergency start Trip SGF/ SGR SGR SGRSGR Is ts/is> Start Speed switch/blocking Trip I>> Start Trip I< Start Blocking Trip I0> Start Blocking Trip I> Start Blocking Trip åtsi Emergency start ** Restart inhibit REV Trip Motor start up Motor st ThA> Alarm Trip Emergency start ThB> Alarm Emergency start Trip Restart inhibit * Restart inhibit signal from q> ** Restart inhibit signal from åtsi TRIP External restart inhibit Restart inhibit External trip Ext trip External triggering of CBFP Indications cleared Output contacts unlatched Memorized values cleared Setting group selection Time sync SGF...SGF SGL...SGL = Factory default I - - RE_ 0 MRS-MUM Fig...- Connection diagram (REM 0 rev. C) A000
39 0 L L L A N SO SO PO PO PO DI DI DI DI DI IRF X. X. 0 ~ SGR SGR SGRSGR dn U>> / U> Start Blocking Trip U< Blocking U 0 > Blocking U 0 >> Blocking X. da SO SO SO 0 X. CBFP External Triggering Trip Optional SGR SGR SGR n a I - - O + U aux ~ + + MRS-MUM Self-supervision IRF Warning SGR SGB SGB SGB SGB SGB U> Start Blocking Trip Optional Start Trip U<< / U< Start Blocking Trip Start Trip Start Trip Trip lockout RE_ 0 External Triggering Reset Trip lockout External Trip = Factory default = Example settings + External trip Indications cleared Output contacts unlatched Memorized values cleared Setting group selection Time sync SGF...SGF SGL...SGL Fig...- Connection diagram (REU 0 rev. C) A0
40 RE_ 0 MRS-MUM 0
41 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Accessories Table.- Available accessories Item Order number Semi-flush mounting kit MRS00 Inclined semi-flush mounting kit, angle MRS00 Wall mounting kit MRS00 rack mounting kit, two relays side-by-side MRS00 " rack mounting kit, single relay MRS00 " rack mounting kit, single relay and RTXP MRS00 " equipment frame mounting (Combiflex), plain bracket MRS00 " equipment frame mounting (Combiflex), bracket for RTXP MRS00 Pre-manufactured lens-sensor and optic fibre for arc protection:. m ±% MRS0-. m±% MRS0-.0 m±% MRS0-.0 Front communication cable MRS00 Communication modules: Plastic fibre MRS00 Plastic fibre with inputs for arc protection MRS000 RS- MRS00 RS- with inputs for arc protection MRS00 Plastic and glass fibre MRS00 Plastic and glass fibre with inputs for arc protection MRS00 RS- including DNP.0 protocol MRS00 RS- including DNP.0 protocol and inputs for arc protection MRS00
43 MRS-MUM RE_ 0. Abbreviations Abbreviation CT HMI LED RTD Description Current transformer Human-machine interface Light-emitting diode Resistance temperature device
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1MRS 752264-MUM Issued: 25.11.2003 Version: B/02.03.2005 Contents 1. Introduction... 5 1.1. About this manual...5 1.2. The use of the relay...5 1.3. Features...5 1.4. Guarantee...7 1.5. Revision history...7
Vision PLC+HMI V350-35-TU24 V350-J-TU24 Installation Guide 12 Digital Inputs, including 2 Analog, 2 PT100/TC,1 HSC/Shaft-encoder input 12 Transistor Outputs General Description All of the controllers covered
Vision OPLC 12 pnp/npn Digital, including 2 Analog, 3 HSC/Shaftencoder Inputs, 12 Transistor Outputs This guide provides basic information for Unitronics controller model V350-35-T2. General Description
Upgrading and Servicing Guide The only warranties for Hewlett-Packard products and services are set forth in the express statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed
Motor Control and Protection Unit M10x AO Module User Guide The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by ABB. ABB assumes no responsibility
Network Modules Overview, page 1 in the Switch, page 2 Removing a Network Module, page 10 SFP and SFP+ Modules, page 11 Finding the Network Module Serial Number, page 13 Network Modules Overview The Cisco
UniStream HMI Panel Installation Guide USP-070-B10,USP-104-B10, USP-156-B10 Unitronics UniStream platform comprises control devices that provide robust, flexible solutions for industrial automation. This
Upgrading LVDS Cables Instruction Sheet INTRODUCTION Use the following instructions to replace the LVDS cables in CP2000-M/MR projectors. The new cables are slightly longer in length and allow for better
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Relion 670 series Busbar protection REB670 Document ID: 1MRK 505 180-UEN Issued: June 2010 Revision: C Product version: 1.1 Copyright 2010 ABB. All rights reserved Copyright This document and parts thereof
5910 High Density Lifeline POTS Splitter Installation Instructions Document Number 5910-A2-GZ40-00 May 2005 About the 5910 POTS Splitter The 5910 is a double-density POTS splitter that separates the (Digital
i4 Automation Ltd - 01480 395256 V200-18-E2B Snap-in I/O Module The V200-18-E2B plugs directly into the back of compatible Unitronics OPLCs, creating a selfcontained PLC unit with a local I/O configuration.
PTX5000 Packet Transport Router Quick Start September 2017 Part Number: 530-066788 Revision 01 This document describes how to install the Juniper Networks PTX5000 Packet Transport Router. Contents Quick
8 Screw Types 8-4 Top Cover Assembly 8-5 Left Hand Cover 8-6 Right Hand Cover 8-10 Front Panel Assembly 8-14 Left Rear Cover 8-15 Right Rear Cover 8-16 Extension Cover (60" Model only) 8-17 Media Lever
Vision OPLC V570-57-C30B and V570-57-T40B (Color) This guide provides basic information for Unitronics controllers V570-57-C30B and V570-57-T40B. General Description Vision OPLCs are programmable logic
EX-RC1 Remote I/O Adapter The EX-RC1 interfaces between Unitronics Vision OPLCs and remote I/O Expansion Modules distributed throughout your system. The adapter is connected to a PLC via CANbus. Each adapter
High impedance protection relay Page 1 Issued: April 1999 Status: New Data subject to change without notice Features High impedance type differential current earth-fault protection, so called restricted
GV3000/SE AC Drive ControlNet Network Communication Option Board M/N 2CN3000 Instruction Manual D2-3390-2 The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Throughout this manual, the
SPAE010, SPAE011 SPAE010, SPAE011 1MRS750383-MBG Issued: April 1999 Status: Updated Version: D/21.03.2006 Data subject to change without notice Features High impedance type differential current earth-fault
Ethernet Adapter Installation Instructions DOC. #569040000 A 7/30/04 PRINTED IN U.S.A. Disclaimer Logic One is a registered trademark of Novar Controls Corporation. The material in this manual is for information
Eaton LCD Lift Flat Panel Display System Eaton LCD Lift Flat Panel Display System Installation Guide Copyright 2011 Eaton Corporation, Worcester, MA, USA. All rights reserved. Information in this document
Keysight Technologies N9020B MXA Signal Analyzer Analog Baseband IQ Inputs (Option BBA) Upgrade Kit Notice: This document contains references to Agilent. Please note that Agilent s Test and Measurement
OPERATING INSTRUCTION AUTORANGING MULTIMETER MAX Ω F C 10A MAX every 15 min. COM V SAFETY INFORMATION The following safety information must be observed to insure maximum personal safety during the operation
CHAPTER 3 This chapter describes how to mount your Cisco SFS 3504 Server Switch on a rack, boot the Cisco SFS 3504 Server Switch, and configure basic services. For advanced configuration information, see
Receipt of the GPU-2000R When you receive the GPU-2000R, examine it carefully for shipping damage. If any damage or loss is evident, file a claim at once with the shipping agent and promptly notify the