3ESS
- Super Small
- Voltage System Negative Sequence    Over-Current Circuit Breaker Lock    Protection
- Over-Current Circuit Breaker Lock    Protection
- Separate Set-up for each Operation
   Delay / Operation Delay Time
- Wide Range of Set-up
- Wide Range of Free Voltage
- Operation Indicator and Identification
   of  Actual Current (LED)
- Manual (Immediate) / Electrical    Recovery
- Hard Condition Resistant
- Super Economic in Power Saving

- Low Voltage Induced Electromotor    (440V Level) Protective Relay
- Break-Down Watch Current Relay
- Alternative Replacement for the    Existing Relay
- Separate Set-up for each Operation
   Delay / Operation Delay Time

- Over Current Protection - Operating    after the set up {O TIME}
- Circuit Breaker Protection - Operated    by Over Current
- Lock Protection - As soon as
    {O TIME}    is over
- Operating Current Identification
- Green (MONITOR) LED indicating Power    and Operation
- Red (TRIP) LED indicating Over Load    Status and Operation under Over    Loaded Power

Items Set-up Range

Rated Current PG 06 - 3ESS - 220 0.5A ~ 6.5A
PG 30 - 3ESS - 220 3A ~ 30A
PG 60 - 3ESS - 220 5A ~ 60A
PG 120 - 3ESS - 220 10A ~ 120A
Time Set-up Operation Delay D-TIME 0.2sec ~ 60sec
Operating Time O-TIME 0.2sec ~ 12sec
Recover Manual(Immediate)/
Electrical(Timely) Recovery
Operating Time Spec Fixed Time
Error Tolerance Current 15%
Time 15%
Operating Power Voltage 3-Phase AC 90V ~ 260V
Frequency 50 / 60
Contact Support Type 1-SPDT(1C)
Status Normal Time Element (95 96 Close)
Rated Current AC 250V / 3A Load Resistant
Power Saving Resistance between the outer
port and the circuit
Over 50 for DC 500V Megger
Internal Voltage between the outer
port and the circuit
2.0kv normal frequency for 1 min
between contact points 1.0kv normal frequency for 1 min
between circuits 2.0kv normal frequency for 1 min
Operation Environment Temperature Not in Use -30 ~80
When Operating -20 ~65
Humidity 30~85% RH with no dew condensation
Voltage and Rated Current of Terminal Over AC 250V 5A
Power Consumption Below 0.5W
Outer Material 35mm DIN-Rail / Panel

 
1. Check List Before Use

Please make sure that the product specifications are the same as ordered.
Check to ensure that no damage has occurred during delivery, and that there are no defects or missing items.

2. Operation Time Set-up
Operation Delay Time (D-Time): this refers to the delayed time of the operating relay due to over current from the running motor. This requires a precise set-up, since the over current by lock lets it operate after the D-Time and O-Time have passed. Operating time is set by the marks on the time control knob.
For initial set-up, turn the D-Time and O-Time knobs to the maximum setting, and start the motor to measure the operating time.
Time: confirmed when the green lamp dims.
Operating Time: the period of time during which the red lamp (O.L) is illuminated

(1) Set-up the time to be slightly longer in consideration of the operating time of the motor
(2) Operating Time Set up for SS Type: controllable withing a range of 0~60 sec. (0.2~12 sec. for O-Time)
(3) Once the time is fixed, when it is locked, it will be tripped after D-Time and O-Time are passed after over current occurs, at which time the red LED will illuminate.
(4) When over current occurs while operating, it will be tripped after O-Time is passed.

3. Rated Current Set-up

(1) Turn the current control knob to the maximum setting and run the motor.
(2) While operating, turn the knob counter-clock wise. The point at which the over current indicator lamp (O.L) illuminates red, is the actual load current (100%). Once you have reached this point, turn the knob slightly clockwise so that the current will be set to 110% ~ 120% of the actual current.

4. To Confirm Operating

(1) When only the power is on, if the TEST button is pressed, the power lamp of the motor protective relay illuminates brightly, and dims after D-Time has been passed. In addition, the over current indicator lamp (O.L) dims, brightening after O-Time has been set, and then the power lamp turns off as it trips.
(2) When it trips, press the RESET button. The over current indicator lamp will then turn off, and the power lamp will again illuminate as the initial state is recovered.

5. Circuit Breaker Chart