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REDISTART MICRO II
SPECIFICATION GUIDE
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INDEX
1. INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................................. 4
2. SCOPE................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 CODES & STANDARDS................................................................................................................................................. 4
3. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.................................................................................................................................. 4
3.1 AMBIENT TEMPERATURES & HUMIDITY ............................................................................................................... 4
3.2 STORAGE REQUIREMENTS......................................................................................................................................... 4
3.3 OPERATING ALTITUDE ............................................................................................................................................... 5
4. MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION................................................................................................................................... 5
4.1 STARTER CONSTRUCTION......................................................................................................................................... 5
4.2 STRUCTURE FINISH...................................................................................................................................................... 5
4.3 MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL LAYOUT ..................................................................................................................... 5
4.4 SEISMIC QUALIFICATIONS......................................................................................................................................... 5
5. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................................... 6
5.1 RATINGS......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
5.2 THREE YEAR WARRANTY .......................................................................................................................................... 6
5.3 GENERAL LOGIC CONTROL CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................... 6
5.4 POWER REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................................................................. 7
5.5 UL/CUL FAULT RATINGS............................................................................................................................................ 7
5.6 PROTECTION AND CONTROL FEATURES................................................................................................................ 8
5.7 PROGRAMMABLE RELAY OUTPUTS........................................................................................................................ 9
5.8 METERING.................................................................................................................................................................... 10
5.9 GENERAL FAULT RELAY .......................................................................................................................................... 11
5.10 PROGRAMMABLE FAULT HANDLING................................................................................................................. 11
5.11 KEYPAD/DISPLAY MODULE................................................................................................................................... 11
5.12 LED INDICATORS...................................................................................................................................................... 12
5.13 DEVICENET COMMUNICATIONS........................................................................................................................... 12
6. OPTIONAL FEATURES ................................................................................................................................................... 12
6.1 REDISTART MICRO II COMBINATION STARTER................................................................................................. 12
6.2 CONTROL POWER TRANSFORMER......................................................................................................................... 12
6.3 BYPASS CONTACTOR................................................................................................................................................ 12
6.4 IN-LINE CONTACTOR................................................................................................................................................. 12
6.5 RTD MONITORING PACKAGE .................................................................................................................................. 12
6.6 REVERSING (RSM10 OR RSM11)................................................................................................................................ 13
6.7 LINEAR ACCELERATION/DECELERATION........................................................................................................... 13
6.8 DIFFERENTIAL PROTECTION................................................................................................................................... 13
6.9 ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMABLE RELAYS............................................................................................................. 13
6.10 SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORT.......................................................................................................................... 13
6.11 DC INJ ECTION BRAKING (RSM7 OR RSM11)........................................................................................................ 13
6.12 SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR CONTROL...................................................................................................................... 13
7. QUALITY INSPECTION.................................................................................................................................................. 13
8. START-UP SERVICE........................................................................................................................................................ 14
9. TRAINING.......................................................................................................................................................................... 14
10. DOCUMENTATION........................................................................................................................................................ 14
11. SPARE PARTS.................................................................................................................................................................. 14
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1. INTRODUCTION
Benshaw has prepared this Specification Guide for engineers, plant maintenance personnel, and electrical consultants who
need to specify solid state reduced voltage motor starters.
The Benshaw RediStart Micro II is a microprocessor controlled solid state reduced voltage starter for three phase induction
motors. The starter provides a closed loop current ramp for smooth step-less motor acceleration.
2. SCOPE
This specification outlines the fabrication, performance, and functional specifications for microprocessor based, solid-state
motor controls designed and manufactured by Benshaw, Inc. for application on NEMA design A through F induction motors
as well as wound rotor and synchronous motors. The RediStart Micro II solid state starter shall meet the requirements as
specified herein.
2.1 CODES & STANDARDS
The RediStart Micro II starters are designed, manufactured, and tested at Benshaw to conform, where applicable, to the
following industry standards and specifications:
ANSI American National Standards Institute
CSA Canadian Standards Association
IEEE Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
UL Underwriters Laboratories
CE
NEC National Electric Code
EEMAC Electrical & Electronic Manufacturers Association of Canada
NEMA National Electric Manufacturers Association
OSHA Occupational Safety & Health Act
3. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
3.1 AMBIENT TEMPERATURES & HUMIDITY
Nominal ambient temperature: 0 - 40
o
C (32 - 104F) enclosed or 0 - 50
o
C (0-122F) open
Relative humidity: up to 95% (non-condensing).
3.2 STORAGE REQUIREMENTS
The RediStart Micro II starter may be stored for up to two years before being installed. However, starter power terminations
should be connected to full line voltage for one hour per year to maintain the voltage rating on the electrolytic capacitors.
This will prevent short circuits when the system is powered up.
If the starter is to be stored, the following recommendations apply:
_ Ambient Temperature: -40C (-40F) minimum to 70C (158F) maximum
_ Temperature Rate of Change: 6C in 30 minutes
_ Humidity (non-condensing): 20% minimum to 95% maximum
_ Humidity Rate of Change: 10% in 30 minutes
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3.3 OPERATING ALTITUDE
The operating altitude shall not exceed 3300 feet (1000M) above sea level without de-rating.
4. MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION
4.1 STARTER CONSTRUCTION
The starter contains a six (6) SCR power section with two (2) SCRs per phase connected inverse parallel for variable AC
output voltage with minimal motor and starter heating. The power section is capable of providing maximum torque per amp
throughout the motor's speed-torque curve. The logic control consists of two boards. The power card provides the gating
drive to the SCRs while the computer card performs all of the necessary starter functions.
The starter will be supplied as a chassis or in an enclosure. Enclosures are available in NEMA 1, NEMA 3R, NEMA 4,
NEMA 12, and NEMA 12V (ventilated enclosure with filter elements) configurations.
4.2 STRUCTURE FINISH
When supplied enclosed, the enclosure shall be coated under the following paint specification:
Description - Epoxy Powder Paint - Semi-gloss luster
- Standard color is Cardinal Text Beige TO32-BGO3 powder
Made by - Valspar Inc. or Sherwin Williams
Procedure - Continuous paint line
Preparation - Wash/rinse/zinc phosphate/rinse/chrome rinse sealer
Painting - Air-atomized electrostatic spray
- Total paint thickness .001" to .005"
Baking - Electric/gas oven
NOTE: Structural components that are not painted shall be finished with a zinc plate/bronze chromate process to inhibit
corrosion.
4.3 MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL LAYOUT
The Benshaw RediStart Micro II consists of the following major components: Line (L1, L2, L3)/load (T1, T2, T3) lugs sized
to accommodate power wire rated at 125% of continuous current per the National Electrical Code at 75C, a six (6) SCR
power section with SIOV protection, a power control printed circuit board, computer control printed circuit board, an LCD
keypad/display, provisions for optional 2 or 3 wire 120 VAC control, and three current transformers for feedback to the
controller. For starters in the range of 1 through 124 Amps, an isolated heatsink design using dual SCR flat packs is used
with natural convection cooling. For starters in the range of 125 - 1200 Amps, hockey puck type SCRs in live heatsink, with
120VAC cooling fans, are utilized. One over-temperature switch per phase is used to shut off the starter in the event of an
over-temperature condition. As options, disconnects, inline contactors and integral bypass contactors can also be supplied.
4.4 SEISMIC QUALIFICATIONS
The enclosures are designed and manufactured to meet the Uniform Building Code section on Non-building structures,
section 2338 for Zone 1, 2, 3, and 4 requirements.
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5. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
5.1 RATINGS
DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION
Starter type Closed loop current control
Horsepower 1 to 1200, standard sizes
Power ratings 500% FLA for 30 sec., 125% continuous
PIV ratings 2.5 x line volts or minimum of 1200 PIV
Starting torque 0 to 100%
Ramp time 0 to 120 seconds
Maximum voltage rating 1000 VAC
Nominal ratings Universal 200 to 600 VAC (optional to 1000VAC)
23 to 72 Hz
Standard insulation test 2500 VAC minimum
SCR voltage drop "l" to "t" 1.5 Volt
Power loss 1.5 Watt/Amp/phase
Overall efficiency 99.7%
SCR firing technique Hard drive with "picket fence"
Transient protection SI0V or Optional DV/DT
Diagnostics & LEDs Power On
Micro Computer Fault
SCR Condition
LCD display (16 character by two lines, backlit)
Over/under voltage protection Adjustable 10% to 30% over/under voltage
Control input 120 VAC (optional 240VAC) or Dry Contact, 2 or 3 wire
5.2 THREE YEAR WARRANTY
Every RediStart Micro II is supplied with a 1-year warranty. The warranty can be extended to 3-years by completing and
returning the warranty registration card supplied with the starter.
5.3 GENERAL LOGIC CONTROL CONFIGURATION
The RediStart Micro II is supplied standard with programming buttons and local start/stop buttons on one main keypad with
the LCD display. Provisions for optional two or three wire 120 VAC or optional 240VAC remote control is provided at a
terminal block on the starter.
The standard electronic control logic which is located on a single microprocessor-based PC card provides the sequential logic
as well as gating signals to the power card. The power card is used to drive the SCRs. The control system is designed to
implement the required sequential logic to start and stop the motor as well as operate an optional bypass contactor and/or in-
line isolation contactor. The control logic is designed to perform the timing required for operation while continuously
monitoring motor and starter operation for faults. If a fault is detected, the control logic provides the fault indication via a
LCD display, DeviceNet, and/or via an optional RS-232/485 communication port. In the event of a fault condition, the
control logic safely shuts down the starter to disable the motor. The PC cards are the same and interchangeable between all
starters.
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5.4 POWER REQUIREMENTS
The RediStart Micro II starters are designed to operate with three-phase AC power at the following nominal voltages:
_ Line Voltage: Three Phase, 200 to 600 VAC (optional to 1000V), 23 to 72hz
_ Control Voltage: 120 (optional 240) VAC, 50 to 60hz, single phase 15%
If a control transformer is supplied with the RediStart Micro II, the operating voltage will be specified on the unit's rating
label.
5.5 UL/CUL FAULT RATINGS
Fuse Protected Rating Current Limiting Circuit Breaker Protected
Rating
FLA
(amps)
125%
Current
Rating
(amps)
Unit
Withstand
Rating Fuse Class Max.
Fuse
Current
Rating
Short
Circuit
Rating
Catalog Number Trip Plug Short
Circuit
Rating
1600A 100kA HPD63F160 1200 1440 85kA L
2000A 50kA HPD63F160
1200-1600A 85kA
1600A 100kA HPD63F160 960 1200 85kA L
2000A 50kA CND63BCMD63B
1200-1600A 85kA
CND63B 1200A 840 1050 85kA L 1600A 100kA
CMD63B 800A
85kA
CND63B 1200A 720 900 42kA L 1600A 100kA
CMD63B 800A
85kA
CND63B 1200A 590 737 42kA L 1400A 100kA
CMD63B 800A
85kA
CLD63B 600A 477 596 42kA J , 600VAC T, Rk-1 800A 100kA
CJ D63B 400A
65kA
CLD63B 600A 361 421 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 800A 100kA
CJ D63B 400A
65kA
302 377 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 800A 100kA CJ D63B 400A 65kA
240 300 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 600A 100kA CJ D63B 400A 65kA
180 225 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 400A 100kA CFD63B 250A 65kA
156 195 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 400A 100kA CFD63B 225A 65kA
124 155 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 350A 100kA
96 120 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 225A 100kA
77 96 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 225A 100kA
65 81 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1 225A 100kA
60A 100kA 52 65 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1
100A 50kA
60A 100kA 40 50 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1
100A 50kA
40A 100kA 27 33 42kA J , 600VAC T, RK-1,
G, CD 60A 50kA
Consult Factory
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5.6 PROTECTION AND CONTROL FEATURES
The logic control incorporates a microcomputer, which consists of all of the circuitry required to drive the power
semiconductors that are located in the power section. The logic provides the following standard features:
_ Electronic motor overload, class 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, NA (not available) or BYP (bypass during start)
_ Adjustable up-to-speed motor protection (off; 0 to 300 seconds)
_ Adjustable over/under voltage protection
_ Adjustable line to average current imbalance
_ Adjustable high and low frequency protection
_ Single phase protection
_ Adjustable starts per hour (off or 1 to 20 starts)
_ Adjustable time between starts (off or 1 to 600 minutes)
_ Backspin timer (off or 1 to 200 minutes)
_ Programmable over current detection level (off or 50 to 800%) and delay time (0.1 to 90.0 seconds)
_ Programmable undercurrent detection level (off or 10 to 100% and delay time (0.1 to 90.0 seconds)
_ Programmable residual ground fault detection level (off or 1 to 100 amps) and delay time (0.1 to 90.0 seconds)
_ All faults can each be set to either trip the starter or activate a relay
_ Instantaneous electronic over-current trip
_ Shorted SCR detection
_ Phase rotation selectable ABC, CBA, or Ins (insensitive)
_ Emergency restart capability
_ Two programmable ramp profiles selectable at any time via a 120 volt input
_ Initial current, maximum current, and ramp time adjustments for each ramp
_ Tru-torque ramp profile (kW ramp profile)
_ Kick current and time adjustments for each ramp
_ Maintenance jog inspection (7% or 14% forward, 20% reverse)
_ Adjustable deceleration profile (to eliminate water hammer)
_ Adjustable brake profile
_ Energy saver (on or off)
_ Local start/stop controls
_ Adjustable Ramp Time (0-120 seconds)
_ Adjustable Initial Current (50%-400%)
_ Adjustable Max Current (100%-600%)
_ Motor Deceleration and S-Curve Deceleration Control for Pumps (0-60sec.)
_ Line Phase Loss Detection
_ Line Current Imbalance Detection (10-40%)
_ Over/Under Line Voltage Protection (10% - 30%)
_ Up to speed indication
_ Plain English operation via back lit LCD display interface
_ LCD and LED status and diagnostics (full fault annunciation)
_ Programmable automatic fault reset capability
_ Programmable metering
_ Programmable relay outputs
_ Latched fault relay output
_ External trip input
_ Zero-speed switch input
_ Real time clock
_ Time stamped event recorder (99 events)
_ Password protection
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_ Battery backed-up starter parameters and lockout times
5.7 PROGRAMMABLE RELAY OUTPUTS
Each RediStart Micro II is provided with two (2) programmable relays. The relays are programmable via the keypad and do
not require any hardware modifications. Each programmable relay can be set to one of the following:
_ OL - The thermal overload has tripped.
_ OLL - The thermal overload is locking out starter operation.
_ OLW - The thermal overload is above 90% content and about to trip.
_ RUN - The starter is providing power to the motor.
_ UTS - The motor is running at full speed.
_ SCR - The starter has detected a shorted SCR.
_ SHT - Provides a shunt trip output for tripping a circuit breaker.
_ GDF - Changes state when a ground fault condition is detected.
_ OCT - Changes state when an over-current condition is detected.
_ UCT - Changes state when an under-current condition is detected.
_ FBp - Energize a bypass contactor connected for the forward direction.
_ RBp - Energize a bypass contactor connected for the reverse direction.
_ FvR - The starter is providing power in the forward direction.
_ RvR - The starter is providing power in the reverse direction.
_ FUS - The motor is running at full speed in the forward direction.
_ RUS - The motor is running at full speed in the reverse direction.
_ J OG - Starter is operating in the jog at set speed mode.
_ BRK - Starter is providing D.C. brake current to the motor.
_ HEAT - The motor winding heater is active.
_ RDY - All conditions ready to run.
_ RM#1 - Remote MODBUS operated contact #1.
_ RM#2 - Remote MODBUS operated contact #2.
_ RM_R - Remote communications run contact.
_ RTDw - A RTD is sensing a temp. over its programmed warning level.
_ RTDa - A RTD is sensing a temp. over its programmed alarm level.
_ RTDf - A RTD has either failed either open or shorted.
_ WrnA - Fault warning relay for faults set to a WrnA classification.
_ WrnB - Fault warning relay for faults set to a WrnB classification.
_ WrnC - Fault warning relay for faults set to a WrnC classification.
Contact Ratings are 8 Amp Inductive, 16 Amp Resistive, 2000VA maximum inrush.
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5.8 METERING
Each RediStart Micro II has the capability to display the following information.
_ Asc - Each phase current in a scrolling manner.
_ Aav - Average current.
_ A1 - Phase 1 current.
_ A2 - Phase 2 current.
_ A3 - Phase 3 current.
_ Vsc - Each phase voltage in a scrolling manner.
_ Vav - Average voltage.
_ V1 - Phase 1 voltage.
_ V2 - Phase 2 voltage.
_ V3 - Phase 3 voltage.
_ Hz - Frequency.
_ O/L - Thermal overload in percentage from 0% to 100% (100% =Trip).
_ pf - Motor power factor.
_ etm - The elapsed running time in tenths of an hour.
_ Hetm - The elapsed running time in hours.
_ Uetm - The user re-settable elapsed running time.
_ Ustr - The user re-settable motor starts counter.
_ KW - Motor real power consumption.
_ KWH - Kilo-watt-hours used by the motor.
_ MWH - Mega-watt-hours used by the motor.
_ KVar - Motor reactive power consumption.
_ KVA - Motor apparent power consumption.
_ GDF - Ground fault current in amps.
_ Srts - Motor starts counter.
_ Ibal - Motor current imbalance in percentage.
_ ComR - The number of communication requests received.
_ ComT - The number of communication transmits sent.
_ CRat - The communications rate.
_ RTD#? - The temperature being read by RTD with the number ?.
_ TAmx - The maximum temperature being read by a RTD.
_ TSmx - The maximum temperature being read by a stator RTD.
_ TBmx - The maximum temperature being read by a bearing RTD.
_ TApk - The peak temperature being read by a RTD.
_ TSpk - The peak temperature being read by a stator RTD.
_ TBpk - The peak temperature being read by a bearing RTD.
_ IAmx - The number of the RTD reading the highest temperature.
_ ISmx - The number of the RTD reading the stator highest temperature.
_ IBmx - The number of the RTD reading the highest bearing temperature.
_ IApk - The number of the RTD reading the peak temperature.
_ ISpk - The number of the RTD reading the peak stator temperature.
_ IBpk - The number of the RTD reading the peak bearing temperature.
This information is displayed on meter pages that are accessed by pressing the arrow keys on the display to scroll through the
pages.
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5.9 GENERAL FAULT RELAY
The previous selectable outputs are provided in addition to a fixed, latched, form C general fault relay output. This general
fault relay shall indicate if any of the following trips occur:
_ Line Phase Loss.
_ Line Phase Imbalance.
_ Low Three Phase Line.
_ Line Phase Sequence Change.
_ Motor Thermal Overload Trip.
_ Battery Backup Failure (Computer PC Card).
_ Instantaneous Over-current Trip.
_ Shorted SCR Fault.
_ Three Phase Line Frequency Deviation.
_ Control Power Failure.
_ Computer Error.
_ Up to Speed Fault.
_ Under Current Trip.
_ Over Current (Shearpin) Trip.
_ Ground Fault.
_ Under Frequency Trip.
_ Over Frequency Trip.
Fault Contact Rating is 1 Amp Inductive, 2 Amp Resistive, 100VA maximum inrush.
5.10 PROGRAMMABLE FAULT HANDLING
Each fault can be programmed to behave differently depending on the user preferences. This allows the user to program the
fault behavior to match the required starter operation. Each fault can be set to one of the following options;
_ Critical - The fault will trip the starter and will never reset automatically.
_ Non-Critical - The fault will trip the starter. If automatic fault reset enabled, the fault will be reset (up to 5 per hour).
_ Disabled - The fault is disabled.
_ Warn Relay A - The fault will activate a relay set to WrnA. The fault will not trip the starter.
_ Warn Relay B - The fault will activate a relay set to WrnB. The fault will not trip the starter.
_ Warn Relay C - The fault will activate a relay set to WrnC. The fault will not trip the starter.
5.11 KEYPAD/DISPLAY MODULE
Each starter shall have a door mountable keyboard/display module designed to:
_ Set or examine operating parameters.
_ Provide status information.
_ Provide real time information about line current, voltage, overload, and frequency (via scrolling meter pages).
_ Provide a means to start and stop the solid state starter.
_ Provide full fault annunciation (fault code and description).
The display consists of a backlit liquid crystal display and provides information on two lines of sixteen characters each.
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5.12 LED INDICATORS
The following LED indicators are provided for advisory status and fault annunciation.
_ Power On.
_ Microcomputer Fault.
_ SCR Condition.
5.13 DEVICENET COMMUNI CATIONS
The Redistart Micro II starter is provided with DeviceNet communications capability with baud rates of 125, 250, and 500
kps. The module and network status are monitored by way of LEDs on the CPU board. Many of the starters parameters can
be configured over DeviceNet including start / stop control.
6. OPTIONAL FEATURES
6.1 REDISTART MICRO II COMBINATION STARTER
This structure shall consist of a metal enclosed dead front vertical steel assembly. It shall contain:
_ RediStart Micro II solid state starter.
_ A main isolation switch (Fused disconnect, circuit breaker, or molded case switch).
_ Optional control power transformer with fusing.
_ Optional bypass contactor and/or inline contactor.
_ Other optional devices required by the end user.
Fuse clips shall be designed to accept current limiting time delay fuses (HRC1-J ) or customer specified fuses.
6.2 CONTROL POWER TRANSFORMER
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with a control power transformer. The transformer will usually be sized for the power
requirements of the starter but can also be sized to provide power for customer controls.
6.3 BYPASS CONTACTOR
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with a bypass contactor. The bypass contactor will effectively "short" the SCR power
section to connect the incoming line to the motor load without the SCR voltage drop. This will help protect the SCRs against
voltage and current surges and reduce the amount of heat generated by the starter. The bypass option can be a thermal rated
contactor to only be used to bypass the starter or a HP rated contactor that can be used to bypass the soft-starter or across-the-
line start the motor if the soft-starter fails.
6.4 IN-LINE CONTACTOR
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with an in-line contactor. The in-line contactor will provide voltage isolation to the
starter while the starter is in a stopped state. The RediStart Micro II will automatically sequence the energizing of the in-line
contactor.
6.5 RTD MONITORING PACKAGE
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with an optional RTD monitoring package. This package is capable of monitoring up
to 16 - 100 ohm platinum RTDs. Each RTD can be assigned as a bearing, stator or general RTD with separate alarm and trip
setpoint. The RTD module can be remotely mounted at the motor to eliminate the long costly runs of RTD wiring to the
starter enclosure.
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6.6 REVERSING (RSM10 or RSM11)
The RediStart Micro II can be provided as a reversing unit. This option provides full solid state reversing by utilizing four
more SCRs in the power section. The logic will fully control the reversing of the unit and has a programmable direction
change coast time, as well as two fully programmable motor ramp profiles for each direction.
6.7 LINEAR ACCELERATION/DECELERATION
The RediStart Micro can be provided with a linear acceleration/deceleration control option. This option uses a tachometer
feedback from the motor shaft. With the feedback, the RediStart Micro will linearly accelerate and decelerate the motor.
6.8 DIFFERENTIAL PROTECTION
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with differential motor protection.
6.9 ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMABLE RELAYS
Every RediStart Micro II can be supplied with an optional 4-relay or 7-relay module. For each module, the relays can each be
programmed to one of the options listed for the programmable relay outputs.
Contact Ratings are 2 Amp Inductive, 5 Amp Resistive, 500VA maximum inrush.
6.10 SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORT
As an option, Benshaw will supply communications via an RS232 or RS485 serial communications port. The RediStart
Micro II will communicate using MODBUS RTU protocol at 2400, 4800 or 9600bps. This can be used for remote start/stop
and/or starter status information. The RediStart Micro II communications option is provided with RediView software.
RediView software is a Windows based program that allows the user to program the RediStart Micro and access operational
data via a PC computer.
6.11 DC INJECTION BRAKING (RSM7 or RSM11)
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with a DC injection brake option. This option provides a user programmable DC
current and brake time adjustments to match the braking torque and time to the application. Two levels of braking are
available 300% DC for 30 seconds or severe duty 600% for 60 seconds.
6.12 SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR CONTROL
The RediStart Micro II can be provided with an optional synchronous DC field controller. This controller is an integrated part
of the RediStart Micro II. The synchronous starter package will fully control and protect the synchronous motor. The
synchronous controller is programmed similar to a standard soft-starter. The synchronous motor controller can also be
provided with dynamic braking control and D.C. inching control.
7. QUALITY INSPECTION
All incoming material will be inspected and/or tested for conformance to quality assurance specifications.
Power semiconductors will be fully tested for proper electrical characteristics (dv/dt, di/dt, etc.).
All subassemblies will be inspected and/or tested for conformance to vendors engineering and quality assurance
specifications.
Printed circuit boards will be burned in for a minimum of 48 hours at 60C.
The completed unit will be functionally tested before shipment to assure proper operation per this specification.
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8. START-UP SERVICE
Benshaw provides complete field support for initial startup of the RediStart Micro II starters. In most cases the engineering
staff responsible for in-house testing will also be assigned to follow the unit into the field for startup assistance. Fees for start
up assistance can be obtained from the current Benshaw Solid State Motor Control catalog.
This assistance is available on a daily basis and complete technical support is provided upon request. Additionally, telephone
technical support is available to all customers at no charge.
9. TRAINING
As requested, Benshaw will supply a quotation for on-site or factory training on its RediStart Micro II starters. This training
will provide operating and instruction manuals, training on equipment operation and troubleshooting of the Benshaw
equipment.
10. DOCUMENTATION
Benshaw starters are shipped with a complete set of documentation that typically includes the following items:
_ Complete schematics and wiring diagrams
_ Instruction Manuals
_ Contactor and Disconnect System Data if applicable
If required, special documentation can also be provided. This documentation may include component layout drawings, wiring
diagrams, and system interconnect schematics. All drawings and documentation are done in AutoCAD and Microsoft
Word and are available to customers on 3.5-inch disks or via e-mail.
11. SPARE PARTS
A spare parts list is contained in the instruction manual that is supplied with each starter. A list of Benshaw stocking
distributors can also be provided.
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Sales and Service
United States
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Dayton, Ohio
Syracuse, New York
Boston, Massachusetts
Wilmington, Delaware
Charlotte, North Carolina
Jacksonville, Florida
Birmingham, Alabama
Los Angeles, California
Detroit, Michigan
LaCrosse, Wisconsin
Chicago, Illinois
St. Louis, Missouri
Phoenix, Arizona
Seattle, Washington
Denver, Colorada
Houston, Texas
Canada
Listowel, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario
Montreal, Quebec
Calgary, Alberta
South America
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Santiago, Chile
Singapore
BENSHAW Inc.
1659 East Sutter Road
Glenshaw, PA 15116
Phone: (412) 487-8235
Fax: (412) 487-4201
BENSHAW West
14715 North 78th Way
Suite 600
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: (480) 905-0601
Fax: (480) 905-0757
BENSHAW Canada
550 Bright St., E.
Listowel, Ontario
N4W 3W3
Phone: (519) 291-5112
Fax: (519) 291-2595
Visit us at:
http://www.benshaw.com
BENSHAW PRODUCTS
Low Voltage Solid State Reduced Voltage Starters
_ RSD/RSM6 - SSRV Non or Separate Bypass
_ RDB/RMB6 - SSRV Integral Bypass
_ RSM7 - SSRV + DC Injection Braking
_ RSM10 - SSRV + Reversing
_ RSM11 - SSRV + DC Injection Braking + Reversing
_ RSM10/12TS - SSRV Two Speed
_ WRSM6 - SSRV Wound Rotor
_ SMRSM6 - SSRV Synchronous
_ DCB3 - Solid State DC Injection Braking
Medium Voltage Solid State Reduced Voltage Starters
_ 5kV - Induction or Synchronous to 10,000HP
_ 7.2kV - Induction or Synchronous to 10,000HP
_ 15kV - Induction or Synchronous to 60,000HP
Low Voltage - AC Drives
_ Standard Drives to 1000HP
_ Custom Industrial Packaged Drives
_ HVAC Packaged Drives
_ 18 Pulse/IEEE 519 Compliant Drives
RSC Series Contactors
_ SPO/SPE/SPD Motor Protection Relays
_ Enclosed Full Voltage, Wye Delta, Two Speed
Part Winding and Reversing Starters
Custom OEM Controls