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Chapter

3

Wiring
Terminal Locations
The SMC Dialog Plus controller wiring terminal locations are shown in Figure 3.1 through Figure 3.4. Make wiring connections as indicated in the typical connection diagrams. Connect the line to terminals L1/1, L2/3, and L3/5. Connect the load to terminals T1/2, T2/4, and T3/6. For controllers rated 24–135A, a grounding screw is provided to ground the heatsink per applicable codes. For controllers rated 180A–1000A, a grounding lug is provided on the mounting plate.
Figure 3.1 Wiring Terminal Locations (24 to 54 Amp)
L1 1 L2 3 L3 5

Input Powe Connections Control Circuit Connections

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

ESC.

SEL.

2 T1

4 T2

6 T3

Output Power Connections

Figure 3.2 Wiring Terminal Locations (97 and 135 Amp)
Input Power Connections Control Circuit Connections

Output Power Connections

Fan Power Connections

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Wiring

Terminal Locations (cont.)
Input Power Connections

Figure 3.3 Wiring Terminal Locations (180 to 360 Amp)
Control Wiring Access Door Fan Power Connections TB3

Control Circuit Connections

1

2

3

4

5

Output Power Connections

Figure 3.4 Wiring Terminal Locations (500 Amp)
Input Power Connections Fan Power Connections

Control Circuit Connections

Output Power Connections

Wiring

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Figure 3.5 Wiring Terminal Locations (650 to 1000 Amp)

Input an Output Power Connections

Control Circuit Connections

Fan Power Connections

Power Wiring
24–54A The power modules for controllers rated 24A–54A have internal mechanical-type lugs to accept line and load cables. Table 3.A and Table 3.B provide the lug wire capacity and tightening torque requirements.
Table 3.A Lug Wire Capacity
Metric 2.5–25 mm2 AWG #14–#4

Table 3.B

Tightening Torque
Tightening Torque

Wire Size Torque

2.5–6 mm2 (14–10 AWG) 2.80 N-m (25 Lb-in)

10 mm2 (8 AWG) 3.4 N-m (30 Lb-in)

16–25 mm 2 (6–4 AWG) 3.95 N-m (35 Lb-in)

97–1000A Power lugs are available as optional kits. Each kit contains three lugs. The number of terminal lug kits required is listed in the table below. Table 3.C also provides the lug wire capacity and the tightening torque requirements.

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Wiring

Terminal Locations (cont.)

Table 3.C

Lug Wire Capacity and Tightening Torque
Max. No. Lugs/Pole Line Side 3 6 6 9 6 Load Side 3 6 6 9 6 Tightening Torque Wire – Lug 31 N-m (275 lb-in) 31 N-m (275 lb-in) 42 N-m (375 lb-in) 42 N-m (375 lb-in) 42 N-m (375 lb-in) Lug – Busbar 31 N-m (275 lb-in) 31 N-m (275 lb-in) 45 N-m (400 lb-in) 45 N-m (400 lb-in) 45 N-m (400 lb-in)

SMC Rating

Lug Kit Cat. No.

Conductor Range

97– 135A 180– 360A 500A 650– 720A 850– 1000A

199-LF1 199-LF1 199-LG1 199-LG1 199-LJ1

16–120 m 2 (#6–4/0 AWG) 16–120 m 2 (#6–4/0 AWG) 25–240 m 2 (#4–500 AWG) 50–240 m 2 (1/0–500 AWG) 50–240 m 2 [(2) 1/0–500 AWG]

Control Power

Control Voltage
Depending upon the catalog number ordered, the SMC Dialog Plus controller will accept a control power input of: ? ? ? 100–240V AC, (–15/+10%), 1 phase, 50/60 Hz 24V AC, (–15/+10%), 1 phase, 50/60 H 24V DC, (–20/+10%), 1 phas

Refer to the product nameplate. Connect control power to the controller at terminals 11 and 12. The control power requirement for the control module is 40 VA. For controllers rated 97A–1000A, control power is also required for th heatsink fans as defined in Table 3.D. Depending on the specifi application, additional control circuit transformer VA capacity may be required.
Table 3.D Heatsink Fan Control Power
Heatsink Fan V 45 145 320

SMC Rating 97–360A 500A 650–1000A

Control Wiring
Table 3.E provides the control terminal wire capacity and the tightening torque requirements. Each control terminal will accept maximum of two wires.
Table 3.E Control Wiring and Tightening Torque
Wire Size 0.75–2.5 mm2 (#18–#14) Torque .8 N-m (7 lb-in.)

Wiring

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Fan Power

Controllers rated 97A–1000A have heatsink fan(s). Refer to Table 3.D for the control power VA requirements of the heatsink fans.

Fan Terminations
See Figure 3.2 to Figure 3.4 for fan power connection locations. ATTENTION: The fan jumpers have been factory installed for 110/120 VAC input. Refer to Figure 3.6 through Figure 3.8 for 220/240 VAC fan wiring. Note that 220/240 VAC fan wiring is not available for th 650A–1000A controllers. After wiring for the 97A and 135A controllers is complete, replace control terminal strip cover.

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Figure 3.6 97A and 135A Fan Terminations
Factory Set 110/120
1 2 3 4

VAC
1

Optional 220/240

To Suppl Jumpers

2 3 4

To Suppl Jumper

Figure 3.7 180A to 500A Fan Terminations
Factory Set 110/120 VAC To Supply Optional 220/240 VAC To Supply

Jumpers

Jumper

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

Figure 3.8 650A to 1000A Fan Terminations
Factory Set 110/120 VAC To Supply

Note: 220/240 VAC is not available

1

2

3

4

5

6

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Wiring

Control Terminal Designations

As shown in Figure 3.9, the SMC Dialog Plus controller contains 20 control terminals on the front of the controller.
Figure 3.9 SMC Dialog Plus Controller Control Terminals

1 1

1 2

1 3

1 4

1 5

1 6

1 7

1 8

1 9

2 0

2 1

2 2

2 3

2 4

2 5

2 6

2 7

2 8

2 9

3 0

Terminal Number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
x y

Description Control Power Input Control Power Common Controller Enable Input x Logic Ground Dual Ramp/Option Input x Start Input x Stop Input x Auxiliary Relay Common N.O. Auxiliary Contact #1 (Normal/Up-to-speed) N.C. Auxiliary Contact #2 (Normal/Up-to-speed)

Terminal Number 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used

Description

Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection y Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection y Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection y Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection y N.O./N.C. Auxiliary Contact #3 (Normal/Fault) N.O./N.C. Auxiliary Contact #3 (Normal/Fault)

Do not connect any additional loads to these terminals. These “parasitic” loads may cause problems with operation, which may result in false starting and stopping. When control power is absent from terminals 11 and 12, this contact will be normally open. Upon application of control power, h t e contact will take the state, normally open or normally closed, as programmed.

Grounding Provision

Provision for connecting a field installed grounding conductor is provided on each controller. It is shown in Figure 3.10 and is located on the heatsink. This symbol is the ground connection identification symbol as defined by IEC Publication 417, Symbol 5019. If the protective conductor is not connected to the heatsink, the plating and/or paint must be cleaned from the four mounting holes o four star washers (tooth lock washers) must be used.
Figure 3.10 Grounding Provision

Wiring

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Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams

Figure 3.11 through Figure 3.22 show typical wiring for the SMC Dialog Plus controller.
Figure 3.11 Typical Wiring Diagram for Standard Controller
L1/1 3-Phase L2/3 Input Power L3/5 Branch Protection ? ? ? Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional) ? ? T3/6 T2/4 T1/2

M?

SMC Dialog Plus Controller

Stop ?

Start ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals Internal Auxiliary Contacts 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

x y

Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

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Wiring

Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams (cont.)
3-Phase

Figure 3.12 Typical Wiring Diagram for Two-Wire Control or Programmabl Control Interfacing
L1/1 L2/3 Input Power L3/5 Branch Protection ? ? ? Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional) ? ? T3/6 T1/2 T2/4

M?

SMC Dialog Plus Controller

Two-wire Device ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals Internal Auxiliary Contacts 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

x y

Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage. (1) Programmable controller interfacing in this diagram refers to hard-wiring between the PLC’s output contacts and the SMC Dialog Plus controller’s control terminals. For a wiring diagram related to programmable controller interfacing via the SMC Dialog Plus controller’s SCANport, refer to Figure 3.14. The OFF state leakage current for a solid-state device must be less than 6 mA.

Notes:

(2)

Wiring

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Figure 3.13 Typical Wiring Diagram for Dual Ramp Applications
L1/1 3-Phase L2/3 Input Power L3/5 Branch Protection ? ? ? Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional) ? ? T3/6 T2/4 T1/2

M?

SMC Dialog Plus Controller

Stop ?

Ramp 1 ? Ramp 2 Start ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals

Internal Auxiliary Contacts 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

x y Note:

Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage. The Dual Ramp feature is available only with the standard control version.

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Wiring

Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams (cont.)

Figure 3.14 Typical Wiring Diagram for Start-Stop Control via the SCANport

Note: Use this wiring diagram when start-stop will come from either a Bulletin 1201 human interface module or a Bulletin 1203 communication module connected to the SMC Dialog Plus controller’s SCANport.

L1/1 3-Phase L2/3 Input Power L3/5 Branch Protection ? ? ? Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional) ? ?

T1/2 T2/4 T3/6

M?

SMC Dialog Plus Controller

?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals Internal Auxiliary Contacts 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

x y z

Customer supplied. If the Soft Stop, Pump Control, or the SMB Smart Motor Braking option is installed, place additional jumper to terminal 15. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

Wiring

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Figure 3.15 Typical Wiring Diagram for Retrofit Applications
L1/1 3-Phase Input Power Branch Protection ? ? Existing Motor Starter ? ? OL L3/5 T3/6 Fast-acting SCR Fuses SMC Dialog Plus Controller (optional) ? L2/3 T1/2 T2/4

M?

?

??

M
?

Start ? Stop ?

M? ? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Auxiliary contact set for Normal SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals

Internal Auxiliar Contacts 26 27 28 29 30

21

22

23

24

25

x y z

Customer supplied. Overload protection should be disabled in the SMC Dialog Plus controller. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

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Wiring

Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams (cont.)
3-Phase

Figure 3.16 Typical Wiring Diagram for Isolation Applications

L1/1 L2/3 L3/5 Branch Protection ? ? ? Isolation Contactor (IC) ? ? Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional) ? Input Power

T1/2 T2/4 T3/6

M?

SMC Dialog Plus Controller

IC ?

Stop ?

Start ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Auxiliary contact set for Normal SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals

Internal Auxiliar Contacts 26 27 28 29 30

21

22

23

24

25

x y

Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

Wiring

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Figure 3.17 Typical Wiring Diagram for Bypass Applications
L1/1 L2/3 Bulletin 82 Converter Module ?? ? T1/2 T2/4

3-Phase Input Power Branch Protection ? ?

M?

?

L3/5 T3/6 Fast-acting SMC SCR Fuses Dialog Plus (optional) ? Controller

BC ?

Bypass Contactor (BC) ?

Stop ?

Start ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Auxiliar contacts set fo Up-to-spee SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals To Bulletin 82 Converter Module 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Internal Auxiliar Contacts

Fanning Strip ?

x y z

Customer supplied. The Bulletin 825 Converter Module is required when the SMC Dialog Plus controller will be providing motor overload protection during bypass operation. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

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Wiring

Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams (cont.)

Figure 3.18 Typical Wiring Diagram for Bypass with Isolation Applications
Bulletin 825 Converter Module ? L1/1 L2/3 L3/5 Branch Protection ? ? Isolation Contactor (IC) ? ? T1/2 T2/4 T3/6

3-Phase Input Power

M?

?

Fast-acting SCR Fuses SMC Dialog Plus (optional) ? Controller

Bypass Contactor (BC) ? BC ?

Stop ?

Start ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals

Auxiliary contact set for Up-to-spee

IC ? To Bulletin 82 Converter Module 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Fanning Strip ?
x y Customer supplied.

Auxiliary contac set for Normal and N.O.

Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

Wiring

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Figure 3.19 Typical Wiring Diagram for Shunt Trip Applications
Shunt Trip Circuit Breaker L1/1 3-Phase L2/3 Input Power ? ? T3/6 L3/5 Fast-acting SCR Fuses SMC Dialog Plus (optional) ? Controller T2/4 T1/2

M?

Branch Protection ? ?

Stop ?

Start ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals

ST

?

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Auxiliary contac set for Fault and N.O.
x y Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

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Wiring

Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams (cont.)
3-Phase

Figure 3.20 Typical Wiring Diagram for Single Speed Reversing Applications

F

L1/1 T1/2 L2/3 T2/4

Input Power L3/5 T3/6 Branch Protection ? R Bulletin 82 Coverter Module ? (optional) Fast-acting SMC Dialog Plus SCR Fuses Controller (optional) ?

M?

? ?

Reversing Contactors ? ?

Stop ?

FOR

OFF ? REV

F ? R ? R ? F ?

R ? F ?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals Internal Auxiliar Contacts

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

x y

Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input rating. (1) (2) Minimum transition time for reversing direction is 1/2 second. Phase Reversal protection must be disabled in reversing applications.

Notes:

Wiring

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Figure 3.21 Typical Wiring Diagram for Two-speed Applications
L 3-Phase Input Power Branch Protection ? ? ? L1/1 T1/2 H L2/3 T2/4 L3/5 T3/6 SMC Dialog Plus Controller Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional) ? ? LOL ? Stop ? High Low ? L ? L ? H ? L 1 sec. H 1 sec. ? 11 12 13 14 15 ? 16 17 18 19 20 ? H ? ? H ? L ? HOL ? Two-speed Motor Starter ? H H ? ?

M?

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals Internal Auxiliar Contacts 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

x y z

Customer supplied. Two-speed, consequent pole installations. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.

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Wiring

Standard Controller Wiring Diagrams (cont.)
3-Phase

Figure 3.22 Typical Wiring Diagram for Hand-Off-Auto (SCANport) Control

L1/1 L2/3 Input Power

T1/2 T2/4

M?

Branch Protection ? ?

? ?

L3/5 T3/6 Fast-acting SCR Fuses SMC Dialog Plus (optional) ? Controller

H

A

?

? 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

SMC Dialog Plus Control Terminals

Internal Auxiliar Contacts 26 27 28 29 30

21

22

23

24

25

x y

Customer supplied. Refer to the controller nameplate to verify the rating of the control power input voltage.




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