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PMP-25 Pump Load Control Installation, Setup and Adjustment
The Model PMP-25 monitors the true power going to a motor.
By sensing power (volts x amps x power factor) rather than
Wiring is done to unpluggable terminal strips on the rear of the unit. There are three ways to mount:
120 volts AC is taken from two of the phases. If the motor starter already has a 120-volt control transformer with 10VA of free capacity, it can be used. Otherwise, install a separate transformer. It is okay if the secondary is grounded. BE SURE TO NOTE WHICH TWO PHASES SUPPLY THE TRANSFORMER.
The current signal is taken from the REMAINING phase. This current sample passes through the Range Finder Toroid. It is VERY IMPORTANT that the current signal comes from the phase that IS NOT supplying the 120V control transformer. Be extra careful when the machine has reversing starters or multi-speed windings. If a wrong phase is used, the control will either:
For motor sizes or capacities
FOR MOTORS LESS THAN 5 HP
Take more “turns” of the leg through the Toroid. Each time the wire passes through the Toroid is a “turn”.
FOR MOTORS GREATER THAN 50 HP
A Current Transformer is used to reduce the primary current. The 5-amp secondary passes through the Toroid.
When current is flowing through the primary of the external current transformer, always have a wire between the two brass Terminals on the CT.
If they are left open, dangerous and destructive voltages can develop.
HOOKING UP THE RESET
Control can be reset three ways:
Momentarily connect Terminal 4 to Terminal 6 for low
Momentarily connect Terminal 5 to Terminal 6 for high
Jumper Terminal 4 or 5 to Terminal 6
The terminals for Reset generate a small amount of current (8-12 milliamps). To reset, you just need to connect the terminal to the circuit common (Terminal 6).
The switches or relays that you use must be suitable for low current (Gold flashed contacts, Reed Relays, Mercury Switches).
4-20 MILLIAMP ANALOG OUTPUT
The Analog Output is directly proportional to Full Scale
capacity. It is always active. 500 ohm maximum connected
Terminal 2 4-20mA Positive
Terminal 3 4-20mA Negative
Use twisted pair or in noisy environments, use shielded cable.
Ground shield at other end.
Use the Full Scale capacity from the chart to scale external
meter, chart recorders or computers.
THE PMP-25 POWERS THE 4-20MA SIGNAL.
DON’T USE AN EXTERNAL DC POWER SUPPLY.
|TO SET FULL SCALE
||FRONT PANEL SET-UP TIPS
SET POINT - HIGH: The HIGH relay will switch when the load is above the HIGH.
SET POINT - LOW: The LOW relay will switch when the load is below the LOW.
The Start-up Timer bypasses the Control during motor startup to avoid false trips because of current inrush. For convenience, the TIMING BEGINS WHEN THE MOTOR STARTS. The Start-up LED stays lit until the start-up period is over.
The start-up time should be:
• Long enough so that the load has stabilized.
To avoid nuisance trips from short overloads, Delay Timers bypass the Control for the selected time. The relays won’t trip until the time is exceeded. If the trip condition goes away before the time is up, the timer resets to zero.
• Start with minimum Delay. If you are getting trips where you don’t want them, increase the Delay Time.
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|TO VIEW AND CHANGE THE SET POINTS AND DELAY TIMES
cycles through the choices. The LED for each choice will turn ON.
To change a setting, use
Press ENTER until quick blinking stops to store your new choice.
After 5 seconds if you haven’t pressed any buttons, control will return to normal operation.
ADJUSTMENT TIPS FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS From Pump Curves
Use the recommended minimum and maximum flows and horsepower for your initial set points.
Low Trip - Run the pump with the OUTLET valves closed. This is the minimum flow. Set the low trip about here. High Trip - Run the pump with all valves wide open. This is the maximum flow. Set the high trip about here.
• Make adjustments if you get nuisance trips.
V-Series Load Controls | Variable Speed Motor Drive Protection | Mag Drive Pump ProtectorV-Series Control System The UPC and V-Series Load Controls
Protect equipment driven by Variable Speed Motor Drives
V-Series Load Controls and UPC Power Cells are used together to protect equipment in Variable Speed motor drive applications. The UPC monitors motor power and sends a 0-10V signal to the V-Series Load Control. Each Load Control has adjustable set points and relay outputs. The set point configuration differs depending on the application and is called out by a specific model number.
The V-Series Load Controls read the measured load on a digital display in either HP, KW or % Load. The meter also reads the set point and delay settings during setup. A HIGH trip set point will trip an output form C relay on an increase in load and a LOW trip set point will trip an output form C relay on a loss of load. Reset can be done manually, remotely with a switch or automatically using jumpers on the resets. A 4-20ma analog output is also provided.
V-Series Back View
*The 0-10V signal (terminals 2 and 3) from the UPC power cell wires to the V-Series Load Control (terminals 8 and 7). A shielded signal wire should be used and the shield connected to GROUND at one end. *Relay outputs on the V-Series Load Control are shown with POWER ON and NOT TRIPPED. The trip condition is the shelf state.
UPC / UPS-FR
The Mounting Template ships with the V-series control and is used to mark hole punches for mounting on the outside of a panel door or raceway. To mount behind panel door or raceway use template to make a rectangular cut out and the BEZEL is used. Ask for the BEZEL kit when ordering ( no charge ). Gaskets are provided for both mounting options to maintain NEMA 4 integrity.
The OUTLET BOX ADAPTER is used for a surface or backplane mount. This adapter will adapt to an OUTLET BOX so the V-Series connectors are spaced off the backplane of the panel. Ask for OUTLET BOX ADAPTER when ordering (no charge). Gaskets are provided.