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Getting Started - Bulletin 150 SMC Dialog PlusTM Controller

Installation

The open-style design of the SMC Dialog Plus controller requires that it be installed in an enclosure. The internal temperature of the enclosure must be kept within 0°C to 5 °C (32 °F to 12 °F). The controller is convection cooled. It is important to mount th controller in a position that allows air to flow vertically through the power structure. Allow for a minimum of six inches (15 cm) of fre space around all sides of the controller.

Wiring

Power Wiring

Refer to the product nameplate for power lug termination information including: · · · Lug wire capacity Tightening torque requirements Lug kit catalog numbers (97-1000A

Control Wiring

Refer to the product nameplate for control terminal wire capacity and tightening torque requirements. Each control terminal will accept maximum of two wires. The SMC Dialog Plus controller accepts control power input of eithe 100-240 V AC, (+ 10/-15%) single-phase, 50/60Hz or 24V AC/DC. Refer to the product nameplate prior to applying control power. 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 97-1000A, control power is also required for the heatsink fans as defined in Table C. Depending on the specifi application, additional control circuit transformer VA capacity may be required.

Table A Heatsink Fan Power Requirements

SMC Rating 97-360A 500A 650-1000A Heatsink Fan V 45 145 320

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Control Terminals

Figure 1 SMC Dialog Plus Controller Control Terminals

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Table B Control Terminal Designation

Terminal Number 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Description Control Power Input Control Power Common Controller Enable Input Logic Ground Dual Ramp/Option Input Start Input Stop Input Auxiliary Relay Common N.O. Auxiliary Contact #1 N.C. Auxiliary Contact #2

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection Converter Module Fanning Strip Connection Auxiliary Contact #3 Auxiliary Contact #3

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.

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Figure 2 Typical Wiring Diagram

L1/1 3-Phase L2/3 Input Power L3/5

Branch Protection Fast-acting SCR Fuses (optional)

T1/2 T2/4 T3/6

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SMC Dialog Plus Controller

Fan Power Stop

Start

11

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19

20

SMC Dialog Plus ControlTerminals

Internal Auxiliary Contacts

Customer supplied.

Figure 3 Heatsink Fan Wiring

97A and Factory Set 110/120 VAC 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 180­500A Factory Set 110/120 VAC To Supply Jumpers 650­1000A Factory Set 110/120 VAC To Supply

To Supply Jumpers

Refer to Chapter 3 of the SMC Dialog Plus Controller User Manual (Publication 150-5.3) for optional 220/240V AC fan power connections and other sample wiring diagrams. Chapter 7 o Publication 150-5.3 also provides typical wiring diagrams for the control options (for example, Pump Control).

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