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Masterpact MTZ2/MTZ3 Inspection and Micrologic X Settings

Masterpact MTZ Devices Visual Inspection

Step

Action

1

Record the equipment identification, including substation name, switchboard name, Masterpact MTZ device type, Micrologic X model type and serial number, Micrologic X type, and protection settings.

2

Check that the device is undamaged, correctly mounted, and securely fastened in the switchboard.

3

Check the three-phase clearance at terminal blocks.

4

Check that there is no debris remaining at the back of the device housing/enclosure.

5

Check that the ground terminals of the device are securely connected with the correct grounding cables.

6

Check that all external surfaces are undamaged.

7

Rectify any non-conformities, if possible. All equipment non-conformities must be referred to asset management.

Masterpact MTZ Devices Condition of Connections and Auxiliaries

Check device mounting in the switchboard and the tightness of all connections (main connection and auxiliary wiring).

Check that all auxiliaries and accessories are correctly installed:

  • Electrical auxiliaries

  • Terminal blocks

  • Connections of auxiliary circuits

Masterpact MTZ Devices Firmware Compatibility Check

Using Ecoreach software, check that the firmware of the Micrologic X control unit and ULP modules in the intelligent modular unit (IMU) are up-to-date and compatible with each other. The ULP modules are the EIFE, IFE or IFM communication interfaces, and the IO module.

Step

Action

1

Connect a PC running Ecoreach software by using a cable connected to the mini USB port on the front face of the Micrologic X control unit.

2

Establish a connection. Ecoreach software reads the parameters of the control unit.

3

On Ecoreach, use the Overall System firmware status/compatibility matrix to display:

  • The installed firmware version of the IMU devices (Micrologic X control unit and ULP modules).

  • The latest firmware version of the devices that are available on the Schneider Electric System Updates Internet site.

  • The recommended actions to get a compatible system.

For more information, refer to Ecoreach Online Help (DOCA0069EN).

4

Follow the recommended actions to get a compatible system.

Micrologic X Control Unit Settings

NOTICE
RISK OF UNINTENDED OPERATION
  • The device must only be configured and set by qualified personnel, using the results of the installation protection system study.
  • During commissioning of the installation and following any modification, check that the Micrologic X configuration and protection function settings are consistent with the results of this study.
  • Micrologic X protection functions are set by default to the minimum value, except for the long time protection function which is set to the maximum value, by default.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in equipment damage.

Check the settings with Ecoreach software connected to the Micrologic X control unit.

Step

Action

1

Connect a PC running Ecoreach software by using a cable connected to the mini USB port on the front face of the Micrologic X control unit.

2

Establish a connection. Ecoreach software will read the parameters of the control unit.

3

Check that the settings read in the control unit match the requirements of the application. If necessary, correct the settings with Ecoreach software:

  • The protection settings must be defined according to the installation protection system study.

  • Other settings must be defined according to the application.

4

Complete the project and device data.

5

Generate the project report with Ecoreach software, and save or print the project report as needed.

NOTE: The protection functions available depend on the type of Micrologic X control unit and its associated options.
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