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DS8406 Vantage Hardware and Environmental Specificationsdata sheet

Series 5 Vantage

U Hardware and Environmental


Specifications

This document provides the hardware and environmental specifications,


common for all the Series 5 Vantage (GP, GD, and GDX) Governors.
• Hardware Specifications
• Environmental Specifications

Hardware The following hardware specifications apply to all the Vantage Governors
Specifications (GP, GD, and GDX). Table 1 lists the hardware specifications and I/O
channel specifications. Table 2 lists the I/O channel voltage limits/ranges.
• Display Panels and Terminal Layouts
• Connections, Analog I/O Jumper Settings, and I/O Circuits
• Frequency Input Range
• Magnetic Pickup Specifications
• Installation

Input power supplied to the power supply must meet the specifications
Note: defined in IEC publication 654, Part 2 (1992).

Table 1 Series 5 Vantage Hardware Specifications


Vantage-GP-HV (110/220 Vac)
Vantage GP Part Numbers
Vantage-GP-LV (24 Vdc)
Vantage-GD-HV (110/220 Vac)
Vantage GD Part Numbers
Vantage-GD-LV (24 Vdc)
Vantage-GDX-HV (110/220 Vac)
Vantage GDX Part Numbers
Vantage-GDX-LV (24 Vdc)
Dimensions 12.0" high x 19.0" wide x 5.8" deep (30.5 x 48.3 x 14.7 cm)
DC Power Input (max range) HV: 86 to 264 Vdc (1.42 A at 120 Vdc) -- 97 W typical (1) (2)
(no field connections) LV: 18 to 36 Vdc (7.1 A at 24 Vdc) -- 89 W typical (1) (2)
AC Power Input (rated limit) HV: 86 to 240 Vac at 47 to 63 Hz (1.42 A at 120 Vac) --
(no field connections) 97 W typical (1) (2)
AC Power Input (max range) HV: 86 to 264 Vac -- 97 W typical (1) (2)
Input Power Breakers:
HV: 220 Vac/Vdc (1 A) 20-401861-010
HV: 110 Vac/Vdc (2 A) 20-401861-020
LV: 24 Vdc (10 A) 20-401861-100

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See Appendix A for I/O channel assignments.


Vantage GP: 3 channels, GD: 5 channels, GDX: 8 channels
Analog Inputs
(4 to 20 mA) -- default current settings
3 channels:
AO1 (4 to 20 mA) - default setting via jumpers (see page 9)
Analog Outputs
AO1 (20 to 160 mA) - alternate setting via jumpers
AO2 and AO3 (4 to 20 mA)
12 channels:
Discrete Inputs isolated 24 Vdc at 10 mA
logic-low level: 3.0 Vdc, logic-high level: 10 Vdc
5 channels: isolated 1800VA (6A@28Vdc or 300 Vac) mechani-
cal NO or NC
Discrete Outputs
Vantage GP: 1 = Trip, 2 = Alarm, 3-5 = assignable
Vantage GD: 1 = Trip, 2-5 = assignable
Vantage GP: 2 channels: 100 to 10k Hz, passive/active pickups
Vantage GD: 2 channels: 100 to 40k Hz, passive/active pickups
Frequency Inputs
Vantage GDX: 2 channels: 100 to 40k Hz, passive/active pickups
input voltage: 1 to 200 Vp-p; and ≤ 0.01% deviation
Accuracy ±0.1% from 100 to 10,000 Hz
Two RS-485 with ElectroStatic Protection (ESD) protection.
Serial Ports 500 Vrms Isolation measured from input pins to chassis.
Port 3 (P3) supports Modbus Communications
Transmitter Power Isolated, 24 Vdc, 1.0 A max.
Operating: –40° to +65° C (– 40° to + 149° F)
Storage: –50° to +80° C (– 58° to + 176° F)
Environmental Specifications
Humidity: 5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Rate of Change: ±20° C/hr max
System Fault Relay 1.0 A at 30 volts max
Terminal Block Wiring AWG 24 (0.2 mm2) to AWG 12 (3.3 mm2)
Operator Interface 4 x 20 alphanumeric display and button keys
Control Loop Time 40 ms
Power Dip and Drop Out IEC-1000-4-11 compliant
Power Plug Wire Size AWG 12 (3.3 mm2) max
USA: Class I, Division 2, Groups A-D, T3 (200 C)
Approvals Canadian: Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC, T3 (200 C)
European (ATEX): Grp II, Cat. 3, G, EEx, nACL, IIC, T3

1) Input power (typical) includes 1 amperes load on field power terminals.


2) Input/output channel terminals were not connected.

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Table 2 shows the normal operating limits, in addition to the certified


safety I/O channel voltage limits and destructive limits for all the Vantage
Governors.
Table 2 Series 5 Vantage I/O Channel Voltage Limits
Analog Analog Discrete Discrete Frequency
Inputs Outputs Inputs Outputs Inputs
Common
Destructive 1500 Vrms 250 Vdc 1500 Vrms 1500 Vrms 250 Vdc
Mode4)
Limit1)
Differential6) 250 Vdc 200 Vdc 100 Vdc 100 Vdc 250 Vdc
Certified Safety Common 30 Vrms 30 Vrms 30 Vrms 30 Vrms 30 Vrms
Limit2) Mode4) 42 Vdc 42 Vdc 42 Vdc 42 Vdc 42 Vdc
Analog Nominal Common
250 Vdc 250 Vdc -------- -------- --------
Operating Limit3) Mode6)

1) Design limit that if exceeded may damage the I/O interface.


2) CSA certified extra low voltage specified limit for the I/O channel.
3) Analog nominal operating limit is the maximum common mode voltage level allowed without affecting sig-
nal accuracy.
4) Voltage measured from input pins to chassis or safety ground.
5) Voltage measured between channel pins connected to the field device.
6) Voltage of the same polarity on both sides of a differential input relative to instrument reference ground.

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Display Panels All Vantage Governors support a local display panel used to perform the
following operator functions Figure 1 shows the display panel on the front
view of the Vantage GP Governor, Figure 2 shows the display panel on
the front view of the Vantage GD Governor.
• Digital Governor Configuration
• Speed Status Messages
• Alarm Messages
• Trip Identification

LN

Emergency Shutdown

P
Steam Turbine Governor

POWER LOCAL ALARMS


F1 F2 F3 F4 F5
FAULT REMOTE LIMIT

MANUAL CASCADE TRIP

AUTO ENTER CLEAR


RESET MAN OP MODE RAISE

MENU SCROLL
RUN ENTER SP MODE LOWER

Figure 1 Vantage GP Governor Front View

LN

Emergency Shutdown

D
Steam Turbine Governor for Generator Drives

POWER LOCAL ALARMS


F1 F2 F3 F4 F5
FAULT REMOTE ON LINE

MANUAL CASCADE TRIP

AUTO ENTER CLEAR


RESET OP MODE RAISE
MAN

RUN ENTER SP MODE LOWER MENU SCROLL

Figure 2 Vantage GD Governor Front View

LN

Emergency Shutdown

DX
Extraction Turbine Governor for Generator Drives

POWER EXTRACTION ALARMS


F1 F2 F3 F4 F5
FAULT LIMIT ON LINE

MANUAL CASCADE TRIP

DISPLAY AUTO ENTER CLEAR


OP MODE RAISE
EXTRACT MAN
RESET MENU SCROLL
RUN SP MODE LOWER
ENTER

Figure 3 Vantage GDX Governor Front View


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Terminal Layouts Figure 4 shows the Terminal layout for all the Vantage Governors.

1
Line

+
L
T1
Neutral

N
-
Safety Gnd

G
G

5 1
+24 Vdc

+ + -
Field 24V
+24 Vdc

T2
24 COM
24 COM

4
27
1
FI1+ DI1-

27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
1
FI1+ 24V+

2
Shield DI2-

3
FI2+ 24V+

4
FI2- DI3-

5
Shield 24V+

6
Flt NO DI4-

7
Flt Com 24V+

8
Flt NC DI5-

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
DO1 NO 24V+
DO1 Cm DI6-
DO1 NC 24V+
Shield Shield

T3
Shield Shield
DO2 NO DI7-
DO2 Cm 24V+
DO2 NC DI8-
DO3 NO 24V+
DO3 Cm DI9-
DO3 NC 24V+
DO4 NO DI10-
The terminal layouts are the same DO4 Cm 24V+
DO4 NC DI11-
for all Vantage Governors, with the exception DO5 NO 24V+
of Terminal Block T4, shown below for each of DO5 Cm DI12-
DO5 NC 24V+
the different Vantage Governors.
26

52

Vantage GDX Vantage GD Vantage GP


15

15

15
1

AI1 + AO1+ AI1 + AO1+ AI1 + AO1+


15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
1

AI1- A Cm AI1- A Cm AI1- A Cm


2

SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD


3

AI2+ AO2+ AI2+ AO2+ AI2+ AO2+


4

AI2- A Cm AI2- A Cm AI2- A Cm


5

SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD SHIELD


6

AI3+ AO3+ AI3+ AO3+ AI3+ AO3+


7

7
T4

T4

T4

AI3- A Cm AI3- A Cm AI3- A Cm


8

SHIELD AI5+ SHIELD AI5+ SHIELD N/C


9 10 11 12 13 14

9 10 11 12 13 14

9 10 11 12 13 14

AI4+ AI5- AI4+ AI5- N/C N/C


AI4- AI6+ AI4- AI6+ N/C N/C
SHIELD AI6- SHIELD AI6- N/C N/C
AI7+ AI8+ N/C N/C N/C N/C
AI7- AI8- N/C N/C N/C N/C
14

28

14

28

14 1

28 5

P2 Tx+ P3 Tx+
1

P2 Tx- P3 Tx-
2

6
T5

P2 Rx+ P3 Rx+
3

P2 Rx- P3 Rx-
4

8
4

Figure 4 Vantage Governor Terminal Layouts


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Connections All terminals are mechanical screw clamps. Wires are 90° entry (parallel
to the termination board). Screws are accessible on top of the terminals.
• Power Connection
• Fan Power Connection
• Field Power Connection
• Serial Port Connections
• Ground Connections
• Fault Relay Connection
• Frequency Input Connections
• Discrete I/O Connections
• Analog I/O Connections

Note: Connections are common to both Governors unless indicated otherwise.

Power Connection The controller supports a simplex power input on T1 terminals 1, 3, and 5
as shown in Figure 5.
Safety Gnd
Neutral
Line

T1
1 5

Figure 5 Vantage Governor Input Power Terminal (T1) Connections

Fan Power The controller supports a fan power input on T6 as shown in Figure 6.
Connection 1
+24 Vdc
+24 Vdc
T6
24 COM
24 COM
4

Figure 6 Vantage Governor Fan Input Power Terminal (T6) Connections

Field Power The controller supports Field power output on T2 as shown in Figure 7.
Connection
+24 Vdc
+24 Vdc
24 COM
24 COM

T2
1 4

Figure 7 Vantage Governor Field Power Terminal (T2) Connections

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Serial Port The Vantage Governor supports an RS-485 serial port (P3), see T5 in
Connections Figure 8. P3 supports Modbus RTU communications. Connect the cable
shield to one of the empty Shield terminals (T3-13 or T3-14) shown in
Figure 10.

T5

P3 Rx–
P3 Rx+
P3 Tx–
P3 Tx+
(P3) Modbus port

5 8 See the "Setting the Serial Port Parameters" section in Chapter 6


for instructions on setting the Modbus port parameters for port (P3).
1 4
See the Modbus Port and Cable Specifications and Variables section
in Appendix D for port specifications.
P2 Rx–
P2 Rx+
P2 Tx–
P2 Tx+

Figure 8 Vantage Governor Serial Port Terminal (T5) Connections

Refer to the label attached to the inside of the Vantage door for I/O func-
Note: tionality on terminal T5.

Ground The instrument reference ground (IRG) must be connected to one of the
Connections shield connections as shown in Figure 10 (T3-37 or T3-38). The chassis
safety ground (CHAS) must be attached to the chassis ground stud.

Fault Relay The fault relay contact is the fault indication for the Vantage. Both nor-
Connection mally-open and normally-closed contacts are available on the Vantage
field terminal T3 connector, see Figure 10.
The fault output is the Healthy relay contacts for the Vantage. The fault
relay is energized during normal controller system operation, and will de-
energize during any fault condition. Figure 9 shows the fault relay in the
de-energized position, which is the fault state.
K1
+5 Vdc

HEALTHY

NO

FAULT
NC CONTACTS

COMM

Figure 9 Fault Relay Contacts

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Frequency Input Terminal (T3), see Figure 10, provides two frequency input connections
Connections for 2 magnetic pickup units (MPU). FI signals must use shielded twisted-
pair cables and must connected to the provided T3 cable shield terminal.

Discrete I/O Connections are provided for 5 discrete outputs and 12 discrete inputs.
Connections See Figure 10 for terminal locations and Figure 15 for the circuit diagram.

Shield
Shield

DI12 –
DI10 –

DI11 –
24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+

24 V+
DI1 –

DI6 –

DI8 –

DI9 –
DI2–

DI3–

DI4–

DI5–

DI7–
T3
Wire Jumper or NC Button Jumper if not used

27 52

1 26

DO1Cm

DO2Cm

DO3Cm

DO4Cm

DO5Cm
Flt Com

DO1NO

DO2NO

DO3NO

DO4NO

DO5NO
DO1NC

DO2NC

DO3NC

DO4NC

DO5NC
Shield

Shield

Shield
Shield
Flt NO

Flt NC
FI2+
FI2–
FI1+
FI1–

Figure 10 Vantage Governor Field Terminal (T3) Connections

Refer to the label attached to the inside of the Vantage door for I/O func-
Note: tionality on terminals T3 and T4.

Analog I/O Figure 11 shows the analog I/O terminal locations for the Vantage GP
Connections Governor. The GP Governor supports 3 AI channels and 3 AO channels.
Remaining (unused) terminals are labeled N/C.

Vantage GP
SHIELD

SHIELD
AO 3 +
AO1 +

AO 2+
A Cm

A Cm

A Cm
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C

T4
15 28

1 14
SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD
AI 3 –
AI 1 +

AI 3 +
AI 1 –

AI 2 –
AI 2 +

N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C
N/C

Figure 11 Vantage GP Governor Analog I/O Terminal (T4) Connections

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Figure 12 shows the analog I/O terminal locations for the Vantage GD
and GDX Governors. The GD Governor supports 5 AI channels (AI 6 is
not used) and 3 AO channels connections. Remaining (unused) terminals
are labeled N/C. The GDX Governor supports 8 AI and 3 AO channels.
Vantage GD Vantage GDX
SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD
AO 3 +

AO 3 +
AO1 +

AO 2+

AO1 +

AO 2+
AI 5 –

AI 6 –

AI 5 –

AI 6 –

AI 8 –
AI 5 +

AI 6 +

AI 5 +

AI 6 +

AI 8 +
A Cm

A Cm

A Cm

A Cm

A Cm

A Cm
N/C
N/C
T4 T4
15 28 15 28

1 14 1 14
SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD
AI 3 –

AI 4 –

AI 3 –

AI 4 –

AI 7 –
AI 1 +

AI 3 +

AI 4 +

AI 1 +

AI 3 +

AI 4 +

AI 7 +
AI 1 –

AI 2 –

AI 1 –

AI 2 –
AI 2 +

AI 2 +
N/C
N/C

Figure 12 Vantage GD and GDX Governor Analog I/O Terminal (T4) Connections

Analog I/O Vantage analog inputs are always set to their default current settings, see
Jumper Settings Table 3. Vantage GP supports three analog inputs (A1-A3); Vantage GD
supports five analog inputs (A1-A5); and Vantage GDX supports eight
analog inputs (A1-A8).
Table 3 Analog Inputs Jumper Settings

Setting Jumpers JP1 through JP(3, 5,or 8)


4 to 20 mA jumpers installed (default)

All Vantage Governors support three analog outputs. Analog outputs


(AO2 and AO3) can only be current outputs (4 to 20 mA). Analog output
(AO1) has two possible settings, but its default setting is (4 to 20 mA),
see Table 4. Jumpers JP11 and JP12 are normally both installed, setting
AO1 to its default setting.
Table 4 Analog Output (A01) Jumper Settings

Range Position of JP11 and JP12


4 to 20 mA both jumpered to 4-20 (default)
20 to 160 mA both jumpered to 20-160

For AI and AO jumper locations, refer to the section "Analog I/O Jump-
Note: ers," which is part of the “Performing the Installation” section in Chapter 4
of the Vantage Governor user manual.

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I/O Circuits This section describes the I/O circuit types supported by both Vantage
Governors.
• Analog Outputs
• Analog Inputs
• Discrete Inputs
• Discrete Outputs
• Frequency Inputs

Analog Outputs Analog output AO1 has two settings, 4 to 20 mA (default) or 20 to 160
mA. Analog outputs AO2 and AO3 are only 4 to 20 mA, see Figure 13.
+24V_ISO
AO1 Jumper
3 AO 1 +
Current
2 1 Driver

Electronic
A Gnd
Assembly
AO 2 +

A Gnd

Figure 13 Simplified Schematic of Analog Output Circuits

Analog Inputs Analog inputs (A1-A3 for Vantage GP, A1-A5 for Vantage GD, and A1-A8
for Vantage GDX) are 4 to 20 mA with over voltage protection, see Figure
14. Also see Table 3 on page 9 for jumper settings required to achieve
their default current settings.

AI + +

AI – –

Figure 14 Simplified Schematic of Analog Input

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Discrete Inputs Discrete inputs (D1 - D12) are an optically-isolated, current-limited bipolar
design, see Figure 15.

+24 Vdc
+5 Vdc
DI +

DI –

Digital
Ground

Figure 15 Simplified Schematic of Discrete Input Circuit

Discrete Outputs Discrete outputs (DO1 - DO5) are optically coupled solid-state relays
equivalent to single-pole, normally-open, electromechanical relays, see
Figure 16.

Vdc

K1
+24 Vdc
DO +

NC

DO – NO

Digital Ground COMM

Figure 16 Simplified Schematic of Discrete Output Circuit

Frequency Inputs Frequency (MPU) inputs (F1 - F2) are an optically-isolated, current-lim-
ited bipolar design, see Figure 17.

INPUT +5 Vdc

FI +

R=4.7 kΩ
FI –

Digital Ground

Figure 17 Simplified Schematic of Frequency Input

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Frequency The input peak-to-peak voltage will vary with the input frequency. The
Input Range chart in Figure 18 along with Table 5 specify the undetectable low signal-
range for all the Vantage Governors.

5
4.5
Sinewave Voltsp_p 4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5 Undetected Signal
0
3

6
10

20

40

80

0
80

60

20

0
16

32

64

24

00

00
12

25

51
10

20

40
Frequency (Hz)

Figure 18 Undetected Signal Range

Table 5 Frequency Curve Values

Frequency Hz 3 5 10 20 200 2500 10000 20000 30000 40000


Voltsp-p 3.2 1.7 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.5 2.5 3.2 4.5

Magnetic All Vantage Governors can use an active or passive two-wire magnetic
Pickup pickup, see Table 6. The frequency inputs are of an optically-isolated,
Specifications current-limited bipolar design. Terminal (T3) supports the MPU inputs.

Table 6 Magnetic Pickup Specifications


Magnetic Sensor Types CSA certified passive pickup
Vantage GP: 100 Hz to 10k Hz
Input Signal Frequency Range
Vantage GD and GDX: 100 Hz to 40k Hz
Input Impedance 20 kΩ
Number Gear Teeth Supported 120 max
Field Wire Size AWG 22 (0.3 mm2) to AWG 16 (1.4 mm2)
Field Wire Cable Requirements See API Standard 670, Fourth Edition Appendix D - Signal Cable

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Installation All Vantage Governors can be mounted on a 19" rack, a panel, or a wall.
Access to the front of the Vantage Governor is required. Follow the
guidelines shown in Figure 19 (shows a GD Governor, but it’s the same
for all Vantage Governors) when installing the Governor into a rack or
wall mounting. For panel mounting collar cutout and installation, refer to
the special guidelines in publicationVantage Panel Mounting Kit data
sheet [DS8407].

1.38
(3.5) 19.0 (48.3)

LN

3.50 Emergency Shutdown


(8.9)
5.75
(14.6)
Same for all of the
9.25 Vantage Governors
12.0 (30.5)
(23.5) (GP, GD, and GDX)
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5

ENTER CLEAR

MENU SCROLL

0.218
(0.6)

18.2 (46.3)

ESD button
Front Flange 0.8 (2.03)
Mount

4.4 (11.2)
1.0 (2.6)

17.0 (43.2)

6.6 (16.76)
5.8 (14.7)
Back Flange
Mount

Figure 19 Vantage Governor Mounting Options and Hole Layout

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Environmental The following environmental specifications apply to all the Vantage Gov-
Specifications ernors (GP, GD, and GDX). These specifications must be met to ensure
proper operation.
• Enclosure Specifications
• Temperature and Humidity Specifications
• Vibration and Shock Specifications
• Electromagnetic Compatibility Specifications

Enclosure The Vantage Governor case is a metal enclosure with a front access
Specifications door. The door is locked with slotted quarter-turn, oil-tight latches. The
Governor enclosure is IP 54 classified. Refer to the warning in the “Haz-
ardous Enclosure Specifications” section in Appendix F of the Vantage
user manual for a full description of this enclosure classification. Mount-
ing flanges are provided for the 19" rack mount, or they can be removed
for wall mounting. A panel collar is provided for panel mounting.

Temperature Cabinet or remote enclosure environmental specifications must be con-


and Humidity figured so the component environmental specifications are met.
Specifications
• No other equipment must be installed immediately below the Van-
tage enclosure, which would block the cable entry points.
• The Vantage enclosure must be mounted horizontally.

The Vantage must not be mounted in direct sunlight. Doing so can cause
Caution: internal temperatures to exceed their specified limits and may void your
warranty.

The ambient temperature (T1) is measured at any point along an enve-


lope 1 inch (2.6 cm) from the sides and bottom or 2 inches (5.1 cm) from
the top of the Vantage assembly.
The following temperatures, shown in Table 7, are defined in IEC Publi-
cation 654, Part 1 (1993), with the exception of the temperature rate-of-
change, which is ±20 °C per hour maximum.

Table 7 Equipment Environmental Specifications

Component Operational Limit (1) Storage Limit (1)


–40 to +149 °F – 58 to +176 °F
Vantage Governors
(–40 to +65 °C) (–50 to +80 °C)

1) Humidity limit is 5 to 95 percent (non-condensing).

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Vibration and Two categories pertain to the vibration and shock specifications.
Shock
• Transportation Limits
Specifications
• Operational Limits

Transportation MIL STD 810E, Method 514.4-1, Basic Transportation Common Carrier
Limits Environment. Vertical acceleration of 1.04 g, transversal acceleration of
0.2 g, and longitudinal acceleration of 0.74 g.

Operational Limits Defined in IEC Publication 654, Part 3 (1983).

Table 8 Operational Vibration and Shock Specifications

Type Levels
Range 1 Hz to 3 kHz.
Low
Less than 0.75 mm peak displacement below 8 to 9 Hz, and
Frequency
less than 2.0 m/s2 acceleration above 8 to 9 Hz.
(Class V.L.2)
High Less than 0.032 mm peak displacement below 57 to 62 Hz, and
Frequency less than 5.0 m/s2 acceleration above
(Class V.H.2) 57 to 62 Hz.
Severity
Less than 10 mm /s from 1 to 150 Hz.
(Class V.S.2)
Time
At the test limit, less than 10 percent of the test’s duration.
(Class V.T.2)

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Electromagnetic Two categories pertain to electromagnetic compatibility specifications.


Compatibility
• Immunity (from electromagnetic interference)
Specifications
• Emissions (of electromagnetic interference)
Immunity CE compliant per IEC 61000-6-2 (1999) and the subordinate standards
shown in Table 9.

Table 9 EMC Immunity Specifications

Type Levels Standard


Electrostatic Progressive testing to 4 kV contact and 8 kV air discharge with
IEC 61000-4-2 (1995)
Discharge no damage.
1 kV on signal ports and 2 kV on power ports (5 ns rise and
Transients IEC 61000-4-4 (2000)
50 ns fall times in the waveform).
0.5 kV on DC power ports and 2 kV on AC power ports (1.2
Surges IEC 61000-4-5 (2000)
µs rise and 50 µs fall times in the waveform).
Survival with no damage to 10 V/m from 80 to 1000 MHz
Radiated IEC 61000-4-3 (1998)
with 80% modulation at 1 kHz.
Survival with no damage to 10 V conducted from 150 kHz
Conducted IEC 61000-4-6 (2000)
to 30 MHz with 80% modulation at 1 kHz.
Power quality failure (dip and dropout):
Power 30% dip for 1/2 (one half) cycle (carry through)
IEC 61000-4-11 (1994)
Quality 60% dip for 5 and 50 cycles with proper recovery.
100% dropout for 250 cycles with proper recovery.

Emissions Emissions specifications are defined in CENELEC EN 50081 (1993), plus


applicable Basic Standards described therein with testing methods
described in CISPR-11 (BS EN 55011) Criteria for Radiated and Con-
ducted Emissions.

Table C-1 EMC Emission Specifications

Type Levels
Radiated Below the specified test limit from 80 to 1000 MHz.
Conducted Below the specified test limit from 150 kHz to 30 MHz.

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