Bulletin 193-EC E3 and E3 Plus Solid-State Overload Relays

Click to enlarge - 193-EC1_EC2_GS


Bulletin 193-EC — E3 & E3 Plus Solid-State Overload Relays

Bul. 193/592-EC1 Overload Relays:


Bul. 193/592-EC2/EC3 Overload Relays:


Bul. 193-EC4 Current Monitor Relay:


Bul. 193/592-EC5 Overload Relays with Voltage Monitoring:


Standards Compliance

EN 60947-4-1
CSA C22.2 No. 14
UL 508, UL1053 (class 1)


Certifications

ABS
CE
cULus Listed (File No. E14840, Guide NKCR, NKCR7; File No. E53935, Guide KDAX)
C-tick
CCC


Product Overview

The E3 Overload Relay is available in two configurations: the E3 and E3 Plus. The following table illustrates the functional differences between the two configurations.

Feature E3 EC Plus
193/592-EC1 193/592-EC2 193/592-EC3 193-EC4 193/592-EC5‡ 
Inputs⋆  2 4 4 4 6
Outputs 1 2 2 2 2
PTC Thermistor Input   ü ü    
Ground Fault Protection   Internal 1…5 A External 20 mA…5 A§  External 20 mA…5 A§  External 20 mA…5 A§ 
DeviceLogix   ü ü ü ü
Heat Trace       ü  
Voltage Monitoring         ü
  
⋆ Inputs are rated 24V DC.
‡ Voltage sensing range is 43…65 Hz
§ Requires the use of an external ground fault sensor, Cat. No. 193-CBCT_.

Thermal Overload

Thermal Utilization

The E3 Overload Relay provides overload protection through true RMS current measurement of the individual phase currents of the connected motor. Based on this information, a thermal model that simulates the actual heating of the motor is calculated. Percent of thermal capacity utilization (%TCU) reports this calculated value and can be read via the DeviceNet network. An overload trip occurs when the value reaches 100%.

Adjustable Settings

Thermal overload protection setup is accomplished simply by programming the motor’s full load current (FLC) rating and the desired trip class (5…30). Programming of the actual values through software programming ensures the accuracy of the protection.

Thermal Memory

The E3 Overload Relay includes a thermal memory circuit designed to approximate the thermal decay for a trip class 30 setting. This means that the thermal model of the connected motor is maintained at all times, even if the supply power is removed.

Reset Modes

This flexibility allows the end-user in the ability to select between manual and automatic reset for an overload trip, allowing for broad application. The point of reset is user adjustable from 1…100% TCU.

Time to Trip

During an overload condition, the E3 Overload Relay provides an estimated time to trip that is accessible via the DeviceNet network. This allows corrective action to be taken so that production may continue uninterrupted.

Time to Reset

Following an overload trip, the E3 Overload Relay will not reset until the calculated percentage of thermal capacity utilization falls below the reset level. As this value decays, the time to reset, which is accessible via the DeviceNet network, is reported.

Thermal Warning

The E3 Overload Relay provides the capability to alert in the event of an impending overload trip. A thermal warning bit is set in the Warning Status when the calculated percentage of thermal capacity utilization exceeds the programmed thermal warning level, which has a setting range of 0…100% TCU.

Two-Speed Protection

The E3 Plus Overload Relay offers a second FLA setting for 2-speed motor protection. What used to require two separate overload relays - one for each set of motor windings - can now be accomplished with one device. Improved protection is delivered as thermal utilization is maintained in one device during operation in both speeds.

Phase Loss

The E3 Overload Relay offers configurable phase loss protection, allowing the installer to enable or disable the function plus set a time delay setting, adjustable from 0.1…25.0 seconds. The trip level is factory-set at a current imbalance measurement of 100%.

Ground (Earth) Fault

The E3 Plus Overload Relay incorporates zero sequence (core balance) sensing into its design through the 90 A rating for low level (arcing) ground fault detection. Trip and warning settings are adjustable from 20 mA…5.0 A. For devices rated greater than 90 A and for ground fault detection less than 1.0 A, the external core balance current transformer accessory is required. Class I protection is provided as defined by UL1053. Series B or later devices provide a trip-inhibit setting, offering flexibility to prevent tripping when the ground fault current magnitude exceeds 10 A. This can be useful to guard against the opening of the controller when the fault current could potentially exceed the controller's interrupting capacity rating.
Note:The E3 Plus Overload Relay is not a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter for personnel protection as defined in article 100 of the U.S. National Electric Code.


Stall

"Stall" is defined as a condition where the motor is not able to reach full-speed operation in the appropriate amount of time required by the application. This can result in motor overheating as current draw is in excess of the motor’s full load current rating.
The E3 Overload Relay provides user-adjustable stall protection. The trip setting has a range of 100…600% FLA, and the enable time is adjustable up to 250 seconds.


Jam (Overcurrent)

The E3 Overload Relay can respond quickly to take a motor off-line in the event of a mechanical jam, thereby reducing the potential for damage to the motor and the power transmission components.
Trip adjustments include a trip setting adjustable from 50…600% FLA and a trip delay time with a range of 0.1…25.0 seconds. A separate warning setting is adjustable from 50…600% FLA.


Underload (Undercurrent)

A sudden drop in motor current can signal conditions such as:


For these instances, rapid fault detection can help minimize damage and aid in reducing production downtime.

Additionally, monitoring for an underload event can provide enhanced protection for motors that are coded by the medium handled (e.g., submersible pumps that pump water). Such motors can become overheated despite being underloaded. This can result from an absence or an insufficient amount of the medium (due to clogged filters, closed valves, etc.).
The E3 Overload Relay offers underload trip and warning settings adjustable from 10…100% FLA. The trip function also includes a trip delay time with a range of 0.1…25.0 seconds.


Over-temperature Protection

The E3 Plus Overload Relay provides motor over-temperature protection with the added provisions for terminating and monitoring of stator windingembedded positive temperature coefficient (PTC) thermistors. PTC thermistors are semiconductors that exhibit a large increase in resistance when the rated response temperature is exceeded. When the monitored PTC thermistor resistance exceeds the response level of the E3 Plus Overload Relay (3400 W), it can be set to trip immediately or programmed to set the PTC bit of the Warning Status word.

Current Imbalance (Asymmetry)

The E3 Plus Overload Relay offers current imbalance trip and warning settings adjustable from 10…100%. The trip function also includes a trip delay time with a range of 0.1…25.0 seconds.

Remote Trip

The remote trip function allows an external device (e.g., a vibration sensor) to induce the E3 Overload Relay to trip. External device relay contacts are wired to the E3 Overload Relay discrete inputs. These discrete inputs are configurable with an option for assigning the remote trip function.

Current Monitoring Functions

The E3 Overload Relay allows the user to monitor the following operational data over the DeviceNet network:


Diagnostic Functions

The E3 Overload Relay allows the user to monitor the following diagnostic information over the DeviceNet network:


Status Indicators

The E3 Overload Relay provides the following LED indicators:


Inputs/Outputs

Inputs allow the connection of such devices as contactor and disconnect auxiliary contacts, pilot devices, limit switches, and float switches. Input status can be monitored via the network and mapped to a controller’s input image table. Inputs are rated 24V DC and are current sinking. Power for the inputs is sourced from the DeviceNet network connection with convenient customer terminations at control terminals 5 and 6. Relay contact outputs can be controlled via the network or DeviceLogix function blocks for performing such tasks as contactor operation.

Test/Reset Button

The Test/Reset button, located on the front of the E3 Overload Relay, allows the user to perform the following:


Single/Three-Phase Operation

The E3 Overload Relay can be applied to three-phase as well as single-phase applications. A programming parameter is provided for selection between single- and three-phase operation. Straight-through wiring is afforded in both cases.

DeviceNet Communications

The E3 Overload Relay is a Group 2 “slave only” device and supports the following:


For more information on operation and maintenance of this product, please reference the user manual, publication 193-UM002*.

DeviceLogix

The E3 Plus offers increased control flexibility with DeviceLogix capabilities. Using RSNetWorx for DeviceNet (version 3.0 or later), function block programs can be configured and saved to an E3 Plus Overload Relay to operate single logic routines. The function blocks are programmed using standard Boolean operators (e.g., AND, OR, XOR, and NOT) and plus timers, counters, and latches. In addition to allowing the use of the integral discrete inputs, protection functions can also be used as inputs to trigger outputs. For example, the Ground Fault Protection function could be used to control Output A of the E3 Plus Overload Relay for operation of a circuit breaker short-trip mechanism.

AC Input Interface Module Accessory

The AC Input Interface Module conveniently allows the E3 Overload Relay to be retrofitted or applied in new applications that require 110/120V AC control circuitry. This new accessory simply plugs into the E3 Overload Relay’s existing input terminals, optimizing panel space utilization. The module accepts termination of up to four external devices, making it compatible with the E3 and E3 Plus versions of the E3 overload relay. Optical isolation is provided between the AC input wiring and the internal 24V circuitry of the E3.

Voltage Protection (model EC5 only)

The E3 Plus model EC5 will provide the user with enhanced current-based motor protection just like the E3 Plus model, EC3, with the addition of voltage protection. With this product, users can protect against voltage issues e.g., undervoltage, voltage unbalance, phase loss, frequency, and phase rotation) before the contactor coil is energized.

Power Protection (model EC5 only)

While the motor is powering a load, the E3 Plus model, EC5, will also protect the motor based on power. This product will monitor and protect for excessive real power (kW), reactive power (kVAR), apparent power (kVA), and power factor for a specific application (e.g., pump applications).

Motor Energy Consumption (model EC5 only)

The E3 Plus model, EC5, can be included in a company’s energy management system. This product will provide voltage, current, power (kW, kVAR, and kVA), energy (kWh, kVARh, kVAh, kW Demand, kVAR Demand, and kVA Demand), and power quality (power factor, frequency, and phase rotation) information down at the motor level.

Communications Accessories

DeviceNet™ Configuration Terminal (for use with E1 Plus overload relays, E3 and E3 Plus overload relays, ArmorStart® distributed motor controllers, and Bulletin 825-P modular protection systems)

The DeviceNet Configuration Terminal (Cat. No. 193-DNCT) is a handheld device that can be used to commission, configure, program, and monitor devices on your DeviceNet network. The 193-DNCT allows you to increase productivity and ease troubleshooting with easy access to information and diagnostics of your system. The 193-DNCT can be used with any DeviceNet devices and has DeviceLogix, metering, graphing, and auto-display capabilities. These capabilities can help ease troubleshooting by commissioning devices online through your network.

Network Who

  • Terminal searches for all devices on the network and provides device address, device name, and status of a device.


  • CopyCat™

  • Used to upload, store, and download device configurations and DeviceLogix™ programs for DeviceNet devices via your network


  • User can easily replace and reconfigure scan lists of DeviceNet scanners (minus the Automatic Device Replacement configuration)


  • Parameters can be accessed as either groups or as a numbered list of all parameters, and can be monitored and edited


  • Diagnostics

  • Simplifies troubleshooting


  • Can present DeviceNet diagnostics, network utilization, and make network statistics available to include baud rate, bus voltage, percentage of bus loading, and CAN errors


  • DeviceLogix

  • Terminal allows the user to enable, monitor, edit, or delete DeviceLogix programs.


  • Parameter Monitoring and Editing

  • If the selected device supports the full parameter object, parameters can be accessed as either groups or as a numbered list of all parameters


  • Parameter screen displays all information for a single parameter


  • Values can be monitored, edited, or copied from the parameter screen


  • EtherNet/IP Communication Auxiliary (for use with E3 and E3 Plus overload relays and Bulletin 825-P modular protection systems)

    The EtherNet/IP Communications Auxiliary (Cat. Nos. 193-DNENCAT and -DNENCATR) allows users of DeviceNet-based intelligent electronic overload relays to seamlessly communicate on an EtherNet/IP network without the need for using RSNetWorx for DeviceNet for network configuration. The communication auxiliary acts as a linking device to pass through EtherNet-based CIP explicit and I/O messages to the DeviceNet-based devices. Upon a configuration request, the communication auxiliary polls the DeviceNet network for the first 6 devices. For devices that support the full parameter object, parameters will be made available through an internal Web page for the user to view real-time information and configure each device when the user has the appropriate security privileges.


    Catalog Number Explanation

    193 EC1    B    B
          a    b    c

    a    b    c
    Bulletin Number Adjustment Rating [A] Bulletin 100 Contactor Size
    Code Description
    Code Description Code Description B C09…C23
    EC1 E3 P 0.4…2.0 D C30…C43
    EC2 E3 Plus with internal ground fault sensor A 1…5 E C60…C85
    EC3 E3 Plus with external ground fault sensor B 3…15 F D95…D180
    EC4 E3 Plus current monitor relay with external ground fault sensor C 5…25 G D210…D420
    EC5♦  E3 Plus with voltage monitoring D 9…45 H D630…D860
      E 18…90 Z Panel mount⋆ 
    F 28…140  
    G 42…210
    H 60…302
    J 84…420
    K 125…630
    L 172…860
    Z 9…5000

    ⋆ Only available for Cat. Nos. 193‑EC1ZZ, 193‑EC3ZZ, and 193‑EC4ZZ. For all other cat. nos., order Cat. No. 193‑ECPM_ separately.


    ♦ Voltage input module and ribbon cable are included with Cat. No. 193-EC5.


    Direct Contactor Mount

    Bulletin 193-EC1 Electronic Motor Protection Relays


    Mounts to Contactor Adjustment Range [A] Cat. No.
    100-C09…100-C23 0.4…2 193-EC1PB
    1…5 193-EC1AB
    3…15 193-EC1BB
    5…25 193-EC1CB
    100-C30…100-C43 1…5 193-EC1AD
    3…15 193-EC1BD
    5…25 193-EC1CD
    9…45 193-EC1DD
    100-C60…100-C97 9…45 193-EC1DE
    18…90 193-EC1EE
    100-D115…100-D180 28…140 ‡  193-EC1FF
    42…210 ‡  193-EC1GF
    100-D210…100-D420 42…210 ‡  193-EC1GG
    60…302 ‡  193-EC1HG
    84…420 ‡  193-EC1JG
    100-D630…100-D860 125…630 ‡  193-EC1KH
    172…860 ‡  193-EC1LH
      
    ‡ Does not include terminal lugs. See Accessories, Add-on Accessories.

    Bulletin 193-EC2 Electronic Motor Protection Relay


    Mounts to Contactor Adjustment Range [A] Cat. No.
    100-C09…100-C23 0.4…2 193-EC2PB
    1…5 193-EC2AB
    3…15 193-EC2BB
    5…25 193-EC2CB
    100-C30…100-C43 1…5 193-EC2AD
    3…15 193-EC2BD
    5…25 193-EC2CD
    9…45 193-EC2DD
    100-C60…100-C97 9…45 193-EC2DE
    18…90 193-EC2EE
      

    Bulletin 193-EC3 Electronic Motor Protection Relay


    Mounts to Contactor Adjustment Range [A] Cat. No.
    100-C09…100-C23 0.4…2.0 193-EC3PB
    1…5 193-EC3AB
    3…15 193-EC3BB
    5…25 193-EC3CB
    100-C30…100-C43 1…5 193-EC3AD
    3…15 193-EC3BD
    5…25 193-EC3CD
    9…45 193-EC3DD
    100-C60…100-C97 9…45 193-EC3DE
    18…90 193-EC3EE
    100-D115…100-D180 28…140 ‡  193-EC3FF
    42…210 ‡  193-EC3GF
    100-D210…100-D420 42…210 ‡  193-EC3GG
    60…302 ‡  193-EC3HG
    84…420 ‡  193-EC3JG
    100-D630…100-D860 125…630 ‡  193-EC3KH
    172…860 ‡  193-EC3LH
      
    ‡ Does not include terminal lugs. See Accessories, Add-on Accessories.

    Bulletin 193-EC4 Current Monitor Relay‡ 


    Mounts to Contactor Adjustment Range [A] Cat. No.
    100-C09…100-C23 0.4…2.0 193-EC4PB
    1…5 193-EC4AB
    3…15 193-EC4BB
    5…25 193-EC4CB
    100-C30…100-C43 9…45 193-EC4DD
    100-C60…100-C97 18…90 193-EC4EE
      
    ‡ Does not include terminal lugs. See Accessories, Add-on Accessories.

    Bulletin 193-EC5 Voltage Monitor Relay‡ 

    Click to enlarge - Group



    Mounts to Contactor Adjustment Range [A] Cat. No.
    100-C09…100-C23 0.4…2.0 193-EC5PB
    1…5 193-EC5AB
    3…15 193-EC5BB
    5…25 193-EC5CB
    100-C30…100-C43 5…25 193-EC5CD
    9…45 193-EC5DD
    100-C60…100-C85 9…45 193-EC5DE
    18…90 193-EC5EE
    100-D115…100-D180 28…140 193-EC5FF
    42…210 193-EC5GF
    100-D210…100-D420 42…210 193-EC5GG
    60…302 193-EC5HG
    84…420 193-EC5JG
    100-D630…100-D860 125…630 193-EC5KH
    172…860 193-EC5LH
      
    ‡ Does not include terminal lugs. See Accessories, Add-on Accessories.

    Panel Mount Devices

    Panel Mount Devices for use with External Current Transformers♣ 

    Description Adjustment Range [A] Cat. No.
  • 2 Inputs

  • 1 Output
  • 9…5000 193-EC1ZZ
  • 4 Inputs

  • 2 Outputs

  • Ground Fault Sensor Input

  • PTC Thermistor Input

  • DeviceLogix
  • 9…5000 193-EC3ZZ
  • 4 Inputs

  • 2 Outputs

  • Ground Fault Sensor Input

  • DeviceLogix
  • 193-EC4ZZ
  • 6 Inputs

  • 2 Outputs

  • Ground Fault Sensor Input

  • Voltage Monitor Input

  • DeviceLogix
  • 9…5000 193-EC5ZZ
      
    ♣ Current transformers supplied by customer. Refer to Bulletin 1411 Current Transformers and the CT Ratio to FLA chart below for proper current transformer selection.

    CT Ratio to FLA Setting Range Correlation

    CT Ratio FLA Setting
    Range (A)
    CT Ratio FLA Setting
    Range (A)
    CT Ratio FLA Setting
    Range (A)
    50:5 9…45 300:5 60…302 1200:5 240…1215
    100:5 18…90 500:5 84…420 2500:5 450…2250
    150:5 28…140 600:5 125…630 5000:5 1000…5000
    200:5 42…210 800:5 172…860
      

    Add-on Accessories

    Click to enlarge - 193-ECPM_GS Description For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
    DIN Rail/Panel Adapter∆  193-EC__B 1 193-ECPM1
    193-EC_D, 193-EC_ZZ 193-ECPM2
    193-EC__E 193-ECPM3
    Click to enlarge - 193EC-139-3 AC Input Interface Module (4 Inputs)
    rated 110/120V AC, 50/60 Hz
    193-EC — all
    592-EC — all
    1 193-EIMD
    Click to enlarge - 193_CBCT1_right Core Balanced Ground Fault Sensor
  • Required when using either an E1 Plus Ground Fault Protection or Ground Fault/Jam Module

  • Required for ground fault protection with the Cat. No. 193-EC3 and -EC5 overload relays
  • 100-C09…100-C37
    NEMA size 00…2
    1 193-CBCT1
    Click to enlarge - 193_CBCT2_right 100-C09…100-C97
    NEMA size 00…3
    193-CBCT2
    Click to enlarge - 193-CBCT3_4C 100-C09…100-C97, 100-D105…100-D180
    NEMA size 00…4
    193-CBCT3
    Click to enlarge - 193-CBCT4_4C 100-C09…100-C97, 100-D105…100-D420
    NEMA size 00…5
    193-CBCT4
    Click to enlarge - 193-dnct-right DeviceNet Configuration Terminal
    Used to interface with objects on a DeviceNet network. Includes 1 m communications cable (193-CB1).
    193-EDN,
    193-EC (all),
    592-EC (all);
    280/281/283/284 ArmorStart,
    825-P
    1 193-DNCT
    1 meter communication cable, color-coded bare leads 193-DNCT 1 193-CB1
    1 meter communication cable, microconnector (male) 193-DNCT 1 193-CM1
    Panel Mount Adapter/Door Mount Bezel Kit 193-DNCT 1 193-DNCT-BZ1
    Click to enlarge - 193_DNENCATR_rt EtherNet/IP Communications Auxiliary
    DeviceNet to EtherNet/IP linking device
    Single port 193-EC_C (all), 592-EC_C (all) 1 193-DNENCAT
    Dual port 1 193-DNENCATR
      E3 Replacement Relay 193-EC1_F, 193-EC1_G, 193-EC1_H, 592-EC1_E, 592-EC1_F, 592-EC1_G 1 193-NREC1ZZ
      E3 Plus Model EC3 Replacement Relay 193-EC3_F, 193-EC3_G, 193-EC3_H, 592-EC3_E, 592-EC3_F, 592-EC3_G 1 193-NREC3ZZ
    Click to enlarge - E3Plus_Left E3 Plus Model EC5 Replacement Relay 193-EC5_F, 193-EC5_G, 193-EC5_H, 592-EC5_E, 592-EC5_F, 592-EC5_G 1 193-NREC5ZZ
    Click to enlarge - 193_N_Right E3 Plus Replacement Voltage Input Module 193-EC5_, 592-EC5_ 1 193-NVEC5VIM
    Click to enlarge - 193-CBLCNT E3 Plus Replacement Cable and Connectors 193-EC_ all, 592-EC_ all 1 193-NCEC5CNT
      
    ∆ The electronic motor protection relay can be mounted separately to top-hat rail EN 50 022-35.

       Description For Use With Pkg. Qty. Cat. No.
    Click to enlarge - 100-DTB_GS Terminal Lugs
  • Set of two

  • Protection class IP2X per IEC 60529 and DIN 40 050
  • 100-D115, 100-D140, 100-D180, 100-D115E…D180E, 193-EC_F, 193-EE_F 2 100-DTB180
    100-D210...100-D420, 193-EC_G, 193-EF2C, 193-EE_G 100-DTB420
    Click to enlarge - 100D-93-2 Terminal Lugs (UL/CSA), Copper Frame
    Set of three
    100-D115, 100-D140, 100-D180, 193-EC_F, 193-EE_F 3 100-DL180
    100-D210…100-D420, 193-EC_G, 193-EE_G 100-DL420
    100-D630, 100-D860, 193-EC_H, 193-EE_H 100-DL630
    100-D630, 100-D860, 193-EC_H, 193-EE_H 100-DL860
    Click to enlarge - 100-DTC_R Terminal Covers
  • Protection class IP20 per IEC 60529 and DIN 40 050

  • For direct-on-line, reversing, two-speed, and wye-delta/star-delta assemblies
  • 100-D115…100-D180, 193-EC_F, 193-EE_F 1 100-DTC180
    100-D210...100-D420, 193-EC_G, 193-EE_G 100-DTC420
    100-D630…100-D860, 193-EC_H, 193-EE_H 100-DTC860
    Click to enlarge - 140M-20-5 Phase Barriers
    Set of 4
    100-D630…D860, 193-EC_H, 193-EE_H 4 100-DPB860
      

    Marking Systems

    Uniform labeling materials for contactors, motor starting equipment, timing relays and circuit breakers

      Description Pkg. Qty.‡  Cat. No.
    Click to enlarge - 100-C_104-C-89-2 Label Sheet
    105 self-adhesive paper labels each, 6 x 17 mm
    10 100-FMS
    Click to enlarge - 100-C_104-C-89-3 Marking Tag Sheet
    160 perforated paper labels each, 6 x 17 mm, to be used with a transparent cover
    10 100-FMP
    Transparent Cover
    To be used with marking tag sheets
    100 100-FMC
    Click to enlarge - 100-FMA1 Marking Tag Adapters
    To be used with marking tag: System 1492 W
    100 100-FMA2
      
    ‡ Must be ordered in multiples of package quantities.

    Main Circuits

      Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D,
    193-EC_Z, 592-EC_T, 592-EC_C
    Cat. No. 193-EC_E, 592-EC_D Cat. No. 193-EC_F Cat. No. 193-EC_G Cat. No. 193-EC_H
    Rated Insulation Voltage (Ui) 690V AC 1000V AC
    Rated Impulse Strength (Uimp) 6 kV AC 6 kV AC
    Rated Operating Voltage (Ue) IEC/UL 690V AC/600V AC 1000V AC/600V AC
    Rated Frequency 20…250 Hz 50/60 Hz
    Terminal Cross-Sections Click to enlarge - 140M-29-3 Click to enlarge - 140M-29-2
    Terminal Type
    Terminal Screws
    M5 M8
    Flexible-Stranded
    with Ferrule
    Single Conductor
    Torque
    2.5…16 mm2
    2.5 N•m
    4…35 mm2
    4 N•m
    Flexible-Stranded
    with Ferrule
    Multiple Conductor
    Torque
    6…10 mm2
    3.4 N•m
    4…25 mm2
    4 N•m
    Coarse-Stranded/Solid
    Single Conductor
    Torque
    2.5…25 mm2
    2.5 N•m
    4…50 mm2
    4 N•m
    Coarse-Stranded/Solid
    Multiple Conductor
    Torque
    6…16 mm2
    3.4 N•m
    4…35 mm2
    4 N•m
    Stranded/Solid–
    Single Conductor
    Torque
    #14…6 AWG
    22 lb•in
    #12…1 AWG
    35 lb•in
    Stranded/Solid
    Multiple Conductor
    Torque
    #10…6 AWG
    30 lb•in
    #6…2 AWG
    35 lb•in
    Pozidriv Screwdriver Size 2
    Slotted Screwdriver (mm) 1 x 6
    Hexagon Socket Size SW (mm) 4
      

    3-Pole Terminal Blocks

    Cat. No. 100-DTB180 Cat. No. 100-DTB420
    (A) 6…1/0 AWG, 16…50 mm2
    B) 6 AWG…250 MCM, 16…120 mm2
    90…110 lb•in, 10…12 N•m
    (2) 4 AWG…600 MCM, 25…240 mm2
    180…220 lb•in, 20…25 N•m
      

    Terminal Lug Kits

    Cat. No. 100-DL110 Cat. No. 100-DL180 Cat. No. 100-DL420 Cat. No. 100-DL630 Cat. No. 100-DL860
    Lug: 6…2/0 AWG, 16…70 mm2
    90…110 lb•in, 10…12 N•m
    Terminal: 13/32 in, 10 mm
    150 lb•in, 17 N•m
    Lug: 6 AWG…250 MCM,
    16…120 mm2
    90…110 lb•in, 10…12 N•m
    Terminal: 1/2 in, 13 mm
    275 lb•in, 16 N•m
    Lug: 2 AWG…350 MCM,
    375 lb•in, 42 N•m
    Terminal: 11/16 in, 17 mm
    140 lb•in, 16 N•m
    Lug: 2/0 AWG…500 MCM,
    70…240 mm2
    400 lb•in, 45 N•m
    Terminal: 3/4 in, 19 mm
    600 lb•in, 68 N•m
    Lug: 2/0 AWG…500 MCM,
    70…240 mm2
    400 lb•in, 45 N•m
    Terminal: 3/4 in, 19 mm
    600 lb•in, 68 N•m
      

    Maximum Heat Dissipation (Watts)

      Cat. No. 193-EC_B,
    193-EC_D
    Cat. No. 193-EC_E Cat. No. 193-EC_F Cat. No. 193-EC_G Cat. No. 193-EC_H
    E3 3.83 4.43 10.67 22.52 35.36
    E3 Plus 4.53 5.13 11.37 23.22 36.06
      

    Control Circuits

    Power Supply Ratings
    Rated Supply Voltage (Us) 24V DC (supply via DeviceNet connection)
    Operating Range 11…25V DC
    Power Consumption
    E3 3.2 W
    E3 Plus 3.9 W
    Output Relay Ratings
    Type of Contacts Form A
    SPDT–NO
    Rated Insulation Voltage (Ui) 300V AC
    Rated Operating Voltage (Ue) 250V AC
    Rated Operating Current (Ie) 5 A
    Minimum Operating Current 10 mA @ 5V DC
    Switching Capacity B300
    AC-15
    Inductive Load Rating
    (p.f. = 0.4)
    (L/R = 7 ms)
    2 A, 250V AC/2 A, 30V DC
    Input Ratings
    Supply Voltage 24V DC ± 10% (provided by E3)
    Input Type Current Sinking
    Thermistor/PTC Input Ratings
    Type of Control Unit Mark A
    Max. No. of Sensors in Series 6
    Max. Cold Resistance of PTC Sensor Chain 1500 W
    Trip Resistance 3400 W ± 150 W
    Reset Resistance 1600 W ± 100 W
    Short-Circuit Trip Resistance 25 W ± 10 W
      

    UL Short-Circuit Ratings

    Cat. No. Maximum Available
    Fault Current [A]
    Maximum Voltage [V]
    193-EC_B, 592-EC_T 5 000 600
    193-EC_D, 592-EC_C 5 000 600
    193-EC_E, 592-EC_D 10 000 600
    193-EC_F 10 000 600
    193-EC_G 18 000 600
    193-EC_H 42 000 600
    193-EC_Z 5 000 600
      

    IEC Short-Circuit Ratings

    Cat. No. Maximum Available
    High Fault Current [A]
    Maximum Voltage
    [V]
    193-EC_B, 592-EC_T 100,000 690
    193-EC_D, 592-EC_C 100,000 690
    193-EC_E, 592-EC_D 100,000 690
    193-EC_F 100,000 1000
    193-EC_G 100,000 1000
    193-EC_H 100,000 1000
    193-EC_Z 100,000 690
      

    Control Circuits, Continued

    Thermistor/PTC Input Ratings, Continued
    Max. Voltage @
    PTC Terminals
    (RPTC = 4 kW)
    7.5V DC
    Max. Voltage @
    PTC Terminals
    (RPTC = open)
    30V DC
    Response Time 500 ms
    Sensor Characteristic Click to enlarge - 193EC-142-1
    Per IEC 34-11-2
      

    Control and DeviceNet Terminal Cross-Sections
    Terminal Screws M3
    Flexible-Stranded with Ferrule – Single Conductor Torque 0.25…2.5 mm2
    0.55 N•m
    Flexible-Stranded with Ferrule – Multiple Conductor Torque 0.5…0.75 mm2
    0.55 N•m
    Coarse-Stranded/Solid–
    Single Conductor
    Torque
    0.2…4.0 mm2
    0.55 N•m
    Coarse-Stranded/Solid–
    Multiple Conductor
    Torque
    0.2…1.5 mm2
    0.55 N•m
    Stranded/Solid–
    Single Conductor
    Torque
    24…12 AWG
    5 lb•in
    Stranded/Solid–
    Multiple Conductor
    Torque
    24…16 AWG
    5 lb•in
    Slotted Screwdriver (mm) 0.6 x 3.5
      

    Electromagnetic Compatibility Ratings

    Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
    Test Level
    8kV Air Discharge, 6kV
    Contact Discharge
    Performance Criteria A ‡ 
    RF Immunity Test Level 10V/m
    Performance Criteria A ‡ 
    Electrical Fast Transient/Burst Immunity
    Test Level
    4kV (Power), 2kV (Control & Comm)
    Performance Criteria A ‡ 
    Surge Immunity Test Level 2kV (L-E), 1kV (L-L)
    Performance Criteria A ‡ 
    Radiated Emissions Class A
    Conducted Emissions Class A
      
    ‡ Performance Criteria A requires the device under test (DUT) to experience no degradation or loss of performance.

    Environmental Ratings

    Ambient Temperature
        Storage
        Operating

    -40…+85 °C (-40…+185 °F)
    -20…+55 °C (-4…+131 °F)
    Humidity
        Operating
        Damp Heat – Steady-
        State (per IEC 68-2-3)
        Damp Heat – Cyclic
        (per IEC 68-2-30)
    5…95% Non-condensing
    92% r.h., 40 °C(104 °F), 56 days
    93% r.h., 25 °C/40 °C(77 °F/104 °F), 21 cycles
    Vibration (per IEC 68-2-6) 3 G
    Shock (per IEC 68-2-27) 30 G
    Pollution Environment Degree 2
    Degree of Protection
        193-ECxxx
        592-ECxxx
    1P1X
    1P0
      

    Current Reporting Accuracy

    Phase Currents:
    100% min. FLA Setting Value … 720% max. FLA Setting
    Value
    50%…100% min FLA Setting Value
    +/- 5%
    +/- 10%
    Ground Current (0.5…9.0 A) +/- 10%
      

    External Current Transformers
    (for use with Cat. Nos. 193-EC1ZZ1, 193-EC3ZZ, 193‑EC4ZZ, and 193‑EC5ZZ)


    The user shall provide one current transformer (CT) for each motor phase,and shall connect the CT’s secondary leads to the appropriate E3 overload relay power terminals, as shown in current transformer’s wiring diagrams. The CT shall have the appropriate ratio (refer to the product nameplate or product description). Additionally, the CT shall be selected to be capable of providing the required VA to the secondary load, which includes the E3 overload relay burden of 0.1 VA at the rated secondary current and the wiring burden. Finally, the CT shall be rated for protective relaying to accomodate the high inrush currents associated with motor startup, and shall have an accuracy of <±2% over its normal operating range. Typical CT ratings include (Instrument Transformers, Inc. — Model #23 or equivalent):

    ANSI (USA) Class C5B0.1
    CSA (Canada) Class 10L5
    IEC (Europe) 5 VA Class 5P10
      

    General

      Cat. No. 193-EC_B, 193-EC_D, 193-EC_Z Cat. No. 193-EC_E Cat. No. 193-EC_F Cat. No. 193-EC_G Cat. No. 193-EC_H
    Approximate
    Weights
    0.80 kg
    (1.77 lb)
    1.23 kg
    (2.71 lb)
    2.95 kg
    (6.5 lb)
    4.43 kg
    (9.75 lb)
    8.63 kg
    (19.0 lb)
    Standards CSA C22.2 No.14, DIN VDE 0660, EN 60 947, UL 508, UL 1053
    Certifications CE, C-tick, cUL, CCC (pending)

    Protection and Warning Summary

    Protective
    Function
    Trip Enable Warning
    Enable
    Trip Level Settings Trip Delay Settings Warning Level Settings Inhibit Time
    Settings‡ 
    Factory
    Default
    Factory
    Default
    Range Default Range
    [s]
    Default
    [s]
    Range Default Range
    [s]
    Default
    [s]
    Thermal Overload Enabled Disabled 0.4…5000 A Trip Class
    5…30
    Trip Class
    10
    0…100
    %TCU
    85%
    Phase Loss Enabled §  §  0.1…25.0 1.0 0…250 0
    Ground (Earth)
    Fault
    Disabled Disabled 1.0…5.0 A 2.5 A 0.1…25.0 0.5 1.0…5.0 A 2.0 A 0…250 10
    Stall
    (High Overload
    During Start)
    Disabled 100…600
    % FLA ♣ 
    600
    % FLA ♣ 
    0…250 ♣  10♣ 
    Jam
    (High Overload
    During Run)
    Disabled Disabled 50…600
    % FLA
    250 % FLA 0.1…25.0 5.0 50…600 %
    FLA
    150 % FLA 0…250 10
    Underload Disabled Disabled 10…100
    % FLA
    50 % FLA 0.1…25.0 5.0 10…100 %
    FLA
    70 % FLA 0…250 10
    PTC Disabled Disabled
    Current
    Imbalance
    (Asymmetry)
    Disabled Disabled 10…100% 35% 0.1…25.0 5.0 10…100% 20% 0…250 10
    Comm Fault Enabled Disabled
    Comm Idle Disabled Disabled
      
    ♣ Inhibit time settings are used for both trip and warning functions.
    § Phase loss trip level is set at a current imbalance greater than or equal to 100% and is not user adjustable.
    ‡ Stall protection is only applicable to the motor starting sequence.

    Programming and Control Terminal

    Display
    Display type 128x64 LCD with yellow-green backlighting
    Viewing area 57 x 30 mm (2.24 x 1.18 in.)
    Keypad
    Keypad type Tactile embossed, domed keys, sealed membrane
    Operation force 453 g (16 oz.)
    Operational life 1 million operations
    Communications
    Communication protocol DeviceNet™ (125, 250, 500 Kbaud selectable)
    Electrical
    Input voltage range 11…25V DC
    Input power, typical 1.7 W
    Input current 70 mA @ 24V DC
    Environmental
    Operating temperature 0…50 °C (32…122 °F)
    Storage temperature -40…+85 °C (-40…+185 °F)
    Humidity 5…95%, non-condensing
    Operating shock 30 g
    Non-operating shock 50 g
    Operating vibration 2.5 g @ 5 Hz…2 kHz
    Non-operating vibration 5 g @ 5 Hz…2 kHz
    Dimensions
    Height 116 mm (4.57in.)
    Width 70 mm (2.76 in.)
    Depth 15.5 mm (0.67 in.)
    Weight 85 g (3 oz.)
    Certifications
    cULus UL 508, C22.2, No. 14
    CE EN61000-6-2:2005
    EN61000-6-4:2001
    RoHS This product meets the material restrictions of the European Union RoHS Directive
      

    AC Input Interface Module

    Electrical
    Number of inputs 4
    Voltage category 110/120V AC
    Operating voltage range 79…132V AC
    Frequency range 47…63 Hz
    Off-state voltage (max.) 20V AC
    On-state voltage (min.) 79V AC
    On-state current 2.0 mA @ 79V AC (min.), 10.0 mA @
    132V A (max.)
    Inrush current (max.) 150 mA
    Off-state current (max.) 1.0 mA
    Heat dissipation (max.) 0.10 W/input
    IEC input compatibility Type 1
    Environmental
    Operating temperature -20…+55 °C (-4…+131 °F)
    Storage temperature -40…+85 °C (-40…+185 °F)
    Humidity 5…95%, non-condensing
    Vibration (IEC 68-2-6) 3 G
    Shock (IEC 68-2-27) 30 G
    Environmental
    Maximum altitude 2,000 m
    Pollution environment Pollution degree 2
    Terminal marking EN50012
    Degree of protection IP2LX
    Electromagnetic Compatibility
    ESD Immunity (IEC 10000-4-2) 6 kV contact, 8 kV air
    Radiated Immunity (IEC 10000-4-3) 10V/m
    Fast transient burst (IEC 10000-4-4) 4 kV (Power), 2 kV (Control)
    Surge immunity (IEC 10000-4-5) 2 kV common mode, 1 kV differential
    mode
    Radiated and conducted emissions Class A
    Physical
    Weight 60 g (2.1 oz.)
    Certifications UR, cUR, CE
      

    Trip Curves — E3 & E5 Plus Overload Relay

    Trip Class 5

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-145-1


    Trip Class 10

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-145-2


    Trip Class 20

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-145-3


    Trip Class 30

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-145-4


    Typical Wiring Schematics – NEMA

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-146-1
    Single-Phase
    Three-Phase


    Typical Wiring Schematics – IEC

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-146-2
    Single-Phase
    Three-Phase


    Typical Wiring Schematics – IEC

    Reversing Starter Application

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-147-1

    Approximate dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not to be used for manufacturing purposes.

    Bulletin 109 Starter Approximate Dimensions

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-148-1


    Overload
    Cat. No.
    Contactor
    Cat. No.
    Width A Height B B1 Depth C E1 E2
    without
    193-EIMD
    with 193-EIMD without
    193-EIMD
    with 193-EIMD
    193-EC_ _B 100-C09, -C12
    -C16, -C23
    45
    (1-25/32)
    188.3
    (7-13/32)
    207.7
    (8-11/64)
    145.1
    (5-23/32)
    164.5
    (6-15/32)
    107
    (4-7/32)
    11.4
    (29/64)
    67.9
    (2-43/64)
    193-EC_ _D 100-C30, -C37 45
    (1-25/32
    188.3
    (7-13/32)
    207.7
    (8-11/64)
    145.1
    (5-23/32)
    164.5
    (6-15/32)
    107
    (4-7/32)
    11.4
    (29/64)
    67.9
    (2-43/64)
    193-EC_ _D 100-C43 54
    (2-1/8)
    188.3
    (7-13/32)
    207.7
    (8-11/64)
    145.1
    (5-23/32)
    164.5
    (6-15/32)
    107
    (4-7/32)
    11.4
    (29/64)
    67.9
    (2-43/64)
    193-EC_ _E 100-C60,
    -C72, -C85
    72
    (2-53/64)
    236.1
    (9-19/64)
    255.5
    (10-1/16)
    173.2
    (6-13/16)
    192.6
    (7-37/64)
    124.6
    (4-29/32)
    11.4
    (29/64)
    89.8
    (3-17/32)
      

    Overload
    Cat. No.
    Contactor
    Cat. No.
    D1 D2 H J ÆD
    193-EC_ _B 100-C09, -C12 -C16, -C23 60
    (2-23/64)
    35
    (1-3/8)
    85.1
    (3-23/64)
    2
    (5/64)
    Æ4.2
    (11/64Æ)
    193-EC_ _D 100-C30, -C37 60
    (2-23/64)
    35
    (1-3/8)
    104
    (4-3/32)
    2
    (5/64)
    Æ4.2
    (11/64Æ)
    193-EC_ _D 100-C43 60
    (2-23/64)
    45
    (1-25/32)
    107
    (4-7/32)
    2
    (5/64)
    Æ4.2
    (11/64Æ)
    193-EC_ _E 100-C60, -C72, -C85 100
    (3-15/16)
    55
    (2-11/64)
    125.5
    (4-15/16)
    2
    (5/64)
    Æ5.5
    (7/32Æ)
      

    Approximate dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not to be used for manufacturing purposes.

    Bulletin 109 Starter Approximate Dimensions, Continued

    Click to enlarge - E3_MCS_Plus


    Overload
    Cat. No.
    Contactor
    Cat. No.
    A Height B B1 Depth C D E1 E2
    without
    Terminal Covers
    with Terminal Covers
    193-EC_ _F 100-D95
    100-D110
    120
    (4.72)
    336.3
    (13.24)
    418
    (16.45)
    311.8
    (12.27)
    175.1
    (6.89)
    156
    (5.14)
    11.4
    (0.45)
    216.1
    (8.51)
    100-D140
    100-D182
    120
    (4.72)
    339.8
    (13.38)
    418
    (16.45)
    317.8
    (12.50)
    175.1
    (6.89)
    156
    (5.14)
    11.4
    (0.45)
    216.1
    (8.51)
    193-EC_ _G 100-D210
    100-D250
    100-D300
    100-D420
    155
    (6.10)
    385.8
    (15.19)
    487.4
    (19.19)
    360.8
    (14.2)
    198.9
    (7.83)
    180
    (7.09)
    11.4
    (0.45)
    255
    (10.04)
    193-EC_ _H 100-D630
    100-D850
    255
    (10.04)
    552
    (21.73)
    915
    (36.02)
    508
    (20)
    291.7
    (11.49)
    270.7
    (10.66)
    11.4
    (0.45)
    373.9
    (14.72)
      

    Overload
    Cat. No.
    Contactor
    Cat. No.
    F G H J K L M
    193-EC_ _F 100-D95
    100-D110
    12.5
    (0.49)
    100
    (3.94)
    145
    (5.71)
    135
    (5.31)
    22.3
    (0.88)
    180.9
    (7.12)
    8 - 5.6
    (8 - 0.22)
    100-D140
    100-D182
    16
    (0.63)
    100
    (3.94)
    145
    (5.71)
    135
    (5.31)
    22.3
    (0.88)
    180.9
    (7.12)
    8 - 5.6
    (8 - 0.22)
    193-EC_ _G 100-D210
    100-D250
    100-D300
    100-D420
    21
    (0.83)
    130
    (5.12)
    180
    (7.09)
    140
    (5.51)
    23.5
    (0.93)
    204.7
    (8.06)
    8 - 6.5
    (8 - 0.26)
    193-EC_ _H 100-D630
    100-D850
    52.5
    (2.07)
    226
    (8.90)
    230
    (9.06)
    108
    (4.25)
    109
    (4.29)
    297.5
    (11.71)
    8 - 13
    (8 - 0.51)
      

    Approximate dimensions are shown in millimeters (inches). Dimensions are not to be used for manufacturing purposes.

    Bulletin 193-EC5 Voltage Module

    Click to enlarge - ec5_volt_module


    Panel Mount Adapters
    (For Use With Cat. No. 193-EC_ _B)


    Click to enlarge - 193EC-149-1


    (For Use With Cat. No. 193-EC_ _D, 193-EC_ZZ)

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-149-2


    (For Use With Cat. No. 193-EC_ _E)

    Click to enlarge - 193EC-149-3