User manual 09/2009 - Schneider Electric

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User manual 09/2009 - Schneider Electric

Operating AssistanceMaintenance IndicatorsBSCM Module CountersThe counters embedded in the BSCM module generate information relating to the number of volt-freecontact operations. These volt-free contacts qualify:• The number of open/close operations (OF contact) and open on a fault operations (SD and SDEcontacts) on the Compact NSX circuit breaker• The number of close, open and reset operations on the motor mechanismMicrologic Trip Unit CountersThe maintenance counters embedded in the Micrologic trip unit can be accessed by the communicationoption.• Counters are assigned to each type of protection:• Long time protection• Short time protection• Instantaneous protection• Ground fault protection• Jam motor protection• Phase unbalance protection• Long start motor protection• Underload motor protection• 10 counters are assigned to the alarms associated with measurements. These counters are reset ifthe alarm is reconfigured.• One counter indicates the number of operating hours. This counter is updated every 24 hours.• 4 counters are assigned to the load profile: Each counter counts up the number of operating hours perloading section (for example, one counter indicates the number of operating hours for the loadingsection 50...79% of In).• 6 counters are assigned to the temperature profile: Each counter counts up the number of operatinghours per temperature section (for example, one counter indicates the number of operating hours forthe temperature section 60...74°C).• Maintenance counters are used to enter quantitative information about operations performed on theMicrologic trip unit (for example, number of push to trip tests, etc.) or the status of the Micrologic tripunits (for example, number of Err screens, number of protection parameter setting lock/unlockoperations, etc.).• One counter indicates the amount of wear on the circuit breaker contacts as a %. When this figurereaches 100%, the contacts must be changed.LV434104 09/2009 153

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