MEsoftstart Soft starter 2019-05-13 by Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation

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contents 2.2 mesoftstart/din is easy to connect 34 2.3 dimensions and markings 36 2.4 modbus interface 37 2.5 specifications 38 2.6 2.5.1 environmental specifications 38 2.5.2 supply specifications 38 2.5.3 general specifications 38 2.5.4 output specifications 39 2.5.5 electromagnetic compatibility 39 operation of mesoftstart/din soft starters 40 2.6.1 2.7 2 led indicators 40 ordering information

intelligent motor starting mesoftstart/i – industrial models table 1 model selection – normal connection 400 v supply model duty motor size [kw a 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90 110 132 160 200 250 315 355 400 450 flc [a b 20 28 34 40 55 67 82 100 136 163 199 239 289 361 452 569 641 722 812 mesoftstart/i00 100 a mesoftstart/i01 200 a mesoftstart/i02 390 a mesoftstart/i03 600 a mesoftstart/i04 900 a normal heavy normal heavy normal heavy normal heavy normal heavy c 1200 857 706 600 436 358 293 240 d 625 446 368 313 227 187 e f g h i j k l 1200 873 716 585 480 353 294 241 201 625 455 373 305 250 184 1090 890 730 537 448 367 305 253 202 582 476 390 287 239 196 1059 883 724 603 498 399 319 253 551 460 377 314 260 208 982 804 669 554 443 354 281 250 222 197 552 452 377 311 249 199 to select the appropriate mesoftstart model just follow these simple steps 햲 using the motor size as starting point

intelligent motor starting mesoftstart/i – industrial models table 4 model selection – inside-delta connection 400 v supply model duty motor size [kw a 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90 110 132 160 200 250 315 355 400 450 500 560 630 710 800 flc [a b 20 24 32 39 48 58 79 95 116 139 168 210 262 330 372 419 471 524 587 660 743 838 table 5 mesoftstart mesoftstart/i01 200 a mesoftstart/i02 390 a mesoftstart/i03 600 a mesoftstart/i04 900 a normal heavy normal heavy normal heavy normal heavy normal heavy c 1200 1000 750 615 500 414 304 253 d 625 521 391 321 260 216 e f g h i j k l 1231 1000 828 608 505 414 345 286 641 521 431 316 263 216 180 1259 924 768 629 525 435 348 279 221 196 672 494 411 336 281 232 186 1241 1036 857 686 550 436 387 344 306 275 245 647 540 446 357 286 227 202 1151 952 762 611 485 430 382 340 305 273 242 215 191 647 536 429 344 273 242 215 191 model selection –

intelligent motor starting table 7 mesoftstart/i – industrial models peripheral devices in a soft starter installation item description soft starter mesoftstart/i00 -i01 -i02 -i03 and -i04 the mesoftstart soft starter connects to the supply voltage on the top side and to the motor on the bottom side moulded case circuit breaker mccb the circuit breaker must be selected according to the maximum current of the motor the circuit breaker should ideally be controllable from an emergency stop button the fuses are required to protect the soft starter scrs against excessive currents the fuses should ideally be in line between the circuit breaker and the soft starter and outside of the delta for 6-wire installations the fuses should be selected as follows for the different mesoftstart models fuses model min fuse rating max i2t rating bypass contactor mesoftstart/i00 mesoftstart/i01 mesoftstart/i02 mesoftstart/i03 mesoftstart/i04 360 a 720 a 1095 a 2400 a 2400 a tba 125000 322000 1200000

intelligent motor starting 1.1.8 mesoftstart/i – industrial models monitoring functions of mesoftstart a full set of data to help understand the performance of the soft starter and connected motor is accessible from the local touch screen display the pc application or a host plc/scada modbus® host link parameters monitored by mesoftstart ● current positive negative and zero sequence ● current demand on all 3 phases ● current unbalance and amps ● line voltages ● voltage l-l positive negative and zero sequence ● voltage unbalance and volts ● motor voltages ● energy values 햲 –kva and kvar demand –kw demand –kwh forward reverse and net –kvarh lead lag and net ● phase control firing angle ● frequency ● power factor ● 3 internal heatsink temperatures ● internal enclosure temperature ● motor temperature with optional external temperature sensor ● motor

dimensions and markings 1.2.3 mesoftstart/i02 390 a model fig 1-5 mesoftstart/i02 soft starter without bypass contactor fig 1-6 mesoftstart/i02 soft starter with internal bypass mesoftstart mesoftstart/i – industrial models

mesoftstart/i – industrial models 28 technical specifications mitsubishi

mesoftstart/din – din rail mounted models 2.1.6 powerful low-voltage soft starter in a din-rail package internally powered vs 24 v dc models mesoftstart/din models with suffix s are internally powered models without the s suffix require a separate 24 v dc supply the advantage of the internally powered models is easy installation with no additional power supply mesoftstart/din s models may be wired to will soft-start the motor as soon as the three phase ac power is applied other starting options are start and stop using a wired pushbutton or start and stop under plc control or control via a modbus controller without an external modbus controller the motor will coast to a stop when the ac power is removed the externally supplied models without the s suffix need a 24 v dc supply the dc supply should be powered before the ac supply is switched on this way the cpu can ensure that the bypass relays are open before the ac line voltage is applied with the exception of models

mesoftstart/din – din rail mounted models 2.3 dimensions and markings dimensions and markings mesoftstart/din models are labelled with the soft starter rating and terminals are marked for easy connection 36 mitsubishi

mesoftstart/din – din rail mounted models 2.6 operation of mesoftstart/din soft starters operation of mesoftstart/din soft starters complete operating instructions can be found in the mesoftstart/din user manual the easy-to-interpret led flash patterns described below show the operating monitoring and fault indication functions of the device 2.6.1 led indicators power led when 24 v power is present on the board the power led will flash at a frequency of 0.5 hz when modbus rtu communication has been established and the board is under modbus control this led will flash at 1 hz led state cpu state description led off no power no power on the cpu card in the soft starter 0.5 hz flashing power present modbus not detected the power is present on the cpu card cpu is not detecting any modbus communication 1 hz flashing power present modbus in control the power is present on the cpu card soft starter is under modbus control use the modbus commands to start and stop the motor mode