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2 LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN / ABB Motors and Generators


Lowvoltage motors forexplosive

atmospheres

Sizes 71 to , to kW

04 General information

16 Technical specifi cation

27 Flameproof motors Ex d IIB/IIC T4 Gb

53 Flameproof motors Ex de IIB/IIC T4 Gb

83 Increased safety motors Ex e II T3 Gb

Non-sparking motors Ex nA IE2/IE3

Dust ignition protection motors /

Protection by enclosure Ex t IIIB/

IIIC T °C Db/Dc

Total product offer

ABB reserves the right to change the

design, technical specification and

dimensions without prior notice.

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ABB Motors and Generators / LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN 3


General information

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ATEX Directives 94/9/EC (“95”) and /92/EC (“”)

The ATEX Directives harmonize safety rules in line with the

free trading principles of the European Community.

Responsibilities are split between the manufacturers and end

users. Manufacturers have to comply with the “Essential Health

and Safety Requirements” of the Products Directive 94/9/EC,

or ATEX 95; and end users must prepare an Explosion

Protection Document based on risk assessments of their

“work places” and “work equipment” to fulfi l the “minimum

requirements” listed in the Worker Protection Directive

/92/EC or ATEX

ABB low voltage motors forexplosiveatmospheres comply

fully with the ATEX Products Directive 94/9/EC.

According to the regulations, low voltage motors forexplosive

atmospheres are exempted from the Low Voltage Directive,

the EMC Directive and the Machinery Directive.

IECEx System

The IECEx System is a certification system which verifies

compliance with IEC (International Electrotechnical

Commission) standards relating to safety in explosive

atmospheres. It covers equipment, service facilities and the

competency of personnel.

Created in September , the System aims “to facilitate

international trade in equipment and services for use in

explosiveatmospheres, while maintaining the required level

of safety…” (source: IECEx website, cipsas.com). It is a

voluntary system which provides an internationally accepted

means of proving that products and services are in compliance

with IEC standards. The voluntary and international aspects of

the IECEx System differentiate it from certifi cation under ATEX,

for example, which is mandatory but applies only within the

European Economic Area.

The IECEx System comprises global certification programs

for both equipment and service facilities.

IECEx certification involves – in addition to product tests

– assessment of quality control procedures and testing

plans, audits of manufacturing plants, and routine on-going

surveillance and inspections.

In addition, IECEx has established a comprehensive set of

operational documents and procedures to develop a single

internationally standardized approach to Ex testing and

certification. The most important document is IECEx OD02,

“Rules of procedure for equipment certification”.

The approach includes:

− A standardized “IECEx way of Ex Testing and Certification”.

There is a single set of operational procedures, and Ex test

procedures are always applied in the same way.

− A dedicated Technical and Operational Secretariat to

maintain operations. Ex test procedures are evaluated and

monitored on a centralized basis.

Who is responsible for the certification work

A manufacturer needing to have equipment certified under

the IECEx System can apply to an IECEx Competent Body

(ExCB) in any member country. At present there are 30 IECEx

member countries. The ExCB performs or coordinates the

activities of certification.

A quality assessment of the manufacturer is undertaken

by the ExCB itself, and the auditor issues an IECEx Quality

Assessment Report (QAR).

Type testing of product samples is performed on behalf of

the ExCB by an IECEx Assessment and Testing Laboratory

(ExTL). On completion of its work the ExTL’s assessment

engineer prepares an IECEx Test Report (ExTR).

The ExTR is then submitted to the ExCB for endorsement.

Based on the QAR and ExTR, the ExCB then issues

the Certificate of Conformity (CoC). The CoC provides

internationally accepted verification that the equipment in

question is in compliance with the relevant IEC standards.

Once formally issued by the ExCB, both the ExTR and QAR

are registered on the IECEx Internet site. This provides

verification that an ExTR and QAR exist for the product and

manufacturer.

How do I know if a motor is IECEx certified

IECEx certified motors show the certification number on their

rating plate, for example: “IECEx LCI ”. In this case

“LCI” indicates that the IECEx certificate was issued by LCIE,

an IECEx approved Certification Body in France.

In addition, IECEx certificates are issued in electronic form

and are publicly available on the IECEx website. They can

therefore be viewed and printed by anyone with access to the

Internet. See “Online Certificates” at cipsas.com

IECEx certification is particularly useful in certain markets. In

Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore, for example, IECEx

certificates are accepted, but not all IEC certificates are

accepted. Certain other countries, including Russia, China

and Korea, are prepared to accept ExTRs as a basis for their

4 LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN / ABB Motors and Generators


own national certificates. There are also many countries that

are willing to accept products covered by current IECEx

certificates, even though the countries in question are not

members of the IECEx Management Framework.

Main standards forexplosiveatmospheres:

IEC/EN Equipment - General requirements

IEC/EN Equipment protection by flameproof enclosures “d”

IECEx Conformity Mark License

The IECEx Conformity Mark System was introduced in

IECEx Conformity Mark Licenses are issued by approved

Certification Bodies in IECEx participating countries.

The IECEx Conformity Mark shows that a product has

been granted an IECEx Certificate of Conformity. IECEx

Certification confirms that the product has the appropriate

protection for use in explosiveatmospheres and that it

has been manufactured under systems subject to ongoing

surveillance by Certification Bodies. It is recognized in all

the countries participating in the IECEx System, and it also

means that the product can be supplied to the market

without the need for additional tests.

IEC/EN

IEC/EN

IEC/EN

IEC/EN

IEC/EN

IEC/EN

IEC

IEC/EN

IEC

IEC

Equipment protection by increased safety “e”

Equipment protection by type of protection “n”

Equipment dust ignition protection by enclosure “t”

Electrical installations design, selection and erection

Electrical installations inspections and maintenance

Equipment repair, overhaul and reclamation

Equipment forexplosiveatmospheres

Classification of hazardous areas (gas areas)

Classification of areas - Explosive gas atmospheres

Classification of areas - Combustible dust

atmospheres

ABB has been granted IECEx Certification for a wide range of

low and high voltage motors, and these can therefore display

the IECEx Conformity Mark. The hazardous area protection

types provided by these motors include

− Flameproof Ex d, Ex de

− Non-sparking Ex nA

− Dust protection Ex t

The IECEx Conformity Mark License will considerably

enhance ABB’s ability to market its products globally. It

complements ABB’s existing ATEX approval.

Benefits of IECEx System for end users

A significant advantage of IECEx is that vendor certificates

are available for inspection on the IECEx website. End users

can therefore confirm the validity of IECEx certificates at any

time - which is not possible with ATEX, for example. This

increases end user confidence that the motor vendor will be

committed to maintaining the necessary quality systems.

Equipment protection levels (EPLs)

The latest revisions of the IEC and EN standards introduce the

new concept of “equipment protection levels”, which identify

products according to the ignition risk they might cause.

A motor's EPL therefore indicates its inherent ignition risk,

regardless of its protection type. This makes the selection of

equipment for different zones easier. EPLs also enable a true

risk assessment approach, where the potential consequences of

a possible explosion are taken into consideration. Please refer

to the table on the next page for more information about EPLs

and EPL markings.

All ABB's cast iron motors forexplosiveatmospheres, have

already been certified according to the EPL standards.

Under the quality based IECEx certification approach the

interpretation of the standard is shared throughout the

30 participating countries and individual interpretations

by Notified Bodies are not allowed. Another advantage of

IECEx is that the Certificate of Conformity also covers EPL

(equipment protection level) “c”, see table on next page.

Which ABB motors and generators are IECEx certified

All M3JP/M3KP 80– motors with protection types Ex d

and Ex de, M3GP with protection type Ex nA and

M3GP with protection type Ex t are IECEx certified.

Compliance on basis of recently updated standards

In complying with the ATEX 95 and ATEX Directives, ABB

follows the requirements of recently updated IEC and EN

standards. Otherwise ABB follows the requirements of the

IEC standards shown in the relevant certificates.

ABB Motors and Generators / LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN 5


Explosive atmospheres

There are systems in place worldwide to classify explosive

atmospheres by zones, according to the risk posed by

explosive gas (“G”) or dust (“D”).

Ex d(e) II

Ex e II

Ex p II

Ex t III

Gb

Gb

Gb

Db

Ex nA II

Ex t III

Gc

Dc

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Zone 2 (“G”) / 22 (“D”)

Abnormal condition

Presence of explosive atmosphere

only by accident, but not during

normal duty

Equipment protection level “c” required

Zone 1 (“G”) / 21 (“D”)

Occasionally

Incidental presence of explosive

atmosphere during normal duty

Equipment protection level “b” required

Zone 0 (“G”) / 20 (“D”)

Continuously

Permanent presence of

explosive atmosphere

Equipment protection level

“a” required

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Classifi cation of explosiveatmospheres according to CENELEC

and IEC

The following standards defi ne areas according to the presence

of gas or dust in the atmosphere:

IEC/EN Gas

IEC/EN Dust

Standard

Installation

ATEX Directive

Main motor

IEC

Zone acc. to

94/9/EC

protection

EN

IEC x

types

EN x

Group EPL Protection level Zones Equipment group Equipment category

I

Ma very high NA I

M1

NA

(Mines)

Mb high (Mines)

M2

Ga very high 0

1G

NA

II

(Gas)

Gb high 1 2G Ex d/Ex de

Ex p, Ex e

Gc enhanced 2 II

3G Ex nA

Da very high 20 (Surface)

1D NA

III

Db high 21 2D Ex tb IP 65

(Dust)

Dc enhanced 22 3D Ex tc

IP 65/IP 55

6 LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN / ABB Motors and Generators


Marking of temperatures, gas groups and explosiveatmospheres

To ensure equipment can be safely used in potentially

explosiveatmospheres, the explosiveatmospheres where

the equipment is installed must be known. The temperature

class of equipment must be compared with the spontaneous

ignition the equipment of the gas mixtures concerned, and

in specific cases the gas group must be known (e.g. flame

proof protection).

Classifi cation

Gas classification

Temperature

Ignition Max. permitted Gas examples

class temp. of gas/

vapor °C

temp. of equipment

°C

T1 > Hydrogen

T2 > < Ethanol

T3 > < Hydrogen sulfi de

Gas subdivision

IIA ~ gases and vapors, e.g. butane / petroleum /

propane

IIB ~30 gases and vapors, e.g. ethylene / dimethyl ether /

coke oven gas

IIC

three gases: hydrogen H 2

/acetylene C 2

H 2

carbon

disulfide CS 2

T4 > < Diethyl ether

T5 > < -

T6 > 85 < 85 Carbon disulfi de

Marking of equipment protection for gas according to ATEX

CE Conformity marking

Equipment protection marking for gas:

CE marking


II 2G

Ex d IIB T4 Gb

Identification

of the notified body

responsible for the

approval. is the

identification number of LCIE

Protection type Ex d = flameproof

Equipment group IIB for gas group B

Temperature class T4 = max. permitted °C

Equipment protection level = level b for gas

The European Commission

mark for Ex products

Equipment group: II for surface industry

Equipment category: 2G for gas

environment demanding a high

level of protection

Marking of equipment protection for gas according to IEC

Example for gas:

Ex d IIB T4 Gb

Protection type Ex d = flameproof

Equipment group IIB for gas group B

Temperature class T4 = max. permitted °C

Equipment protection level = level b for gas

ABB Motors and Generators / LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN 7


Selection of products forexplosiveatmospheres

EN Standard and ATEX Directive for gas environments

EN General requirements

EN

Flameproof enclosure

“d”

EN

Increased safety

“e”

EN

Non-sparking

“n”

Category 2G

Category 2G

Category 3G

ATEX directive

marking

II 2G II 2G

II 3G

Equipment

protection

marking

Environment

Ex d IIB T4 Gb Ex e IIC T3 Gb Ex nA IIC T3 Gc

Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 2

EN Installations design, selection and erection

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General information about explosiveatmospheres

Preamble

In explosiveatmospheres, it is of the utmost importance

to ensure the safe use of electrical apparatus. To this end,

many countries have regulations concerning both the design

and use of such apparatus. These regulations are becoming

increasingly harmonized within the framework of IEC

recommendations and European Standards. The hazard may

be due to an explosive atmosphere composed of a mixture of

gas, vapors or dusts with air. This section is concerned only

with safety in explosive gas atmospheresfor which European

Standards and IEC recommendations exist.

Flameproof enclosure Ex d

and Ex de

The motor enclosure is designed in such a way that no

internal explosion can be transmitted to the explosive

atmosphere surrounding the motor. The enclosure must

withstand, without damage, any pressure levels caused by

an internal explosion. The shape, length and gap of joints of

part assemblies, at shaft openings, cable entries, etc., shall

be designed to allow for throttling and cooling of hot gases

escaping outside. The standards emphasize the impact of an

explosive atmosphere (for instance, explosion pressure) over

constructional requirements of such apparatus.

8 LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN / ABB Motors and Generators


Work on accessories of enclosure componenets is only

permitted using prescribed tools. Cable entries must meet

the requirements of this type of protection.

The temperature of the motor's external enclosure shall

not exceed the self-ignition temperature of the explosive

atmosphere of the installation area during operation. For

this reason, rated output depends on this rated maximum

temperature for the area in question.

No motor device outside the flameproof enclosure (e.g.,

ventilator) shall be a potential source of sparks, arcs or

dangerous overheating.

Variants combining two types of protection usually combine

“d” and “e” protection. The motor is designed with an Ex

d flameproof enclosure, while the terminal box features Ex

e increased safety protection. Such design combines the

superior safety degree of the “d” type of protection with the

high electrical connection requirements of increased safety

motors.

Alleinschutz – thermistors as sole protection (optional)

Flameproof motors from ABB have been designed to

use thermistors as the sole method of protection against

overload. This construction, “Alleinschutz”, is available as an

option, see variant codes.

“Alleinschutz” refers to the protection of a flameproof motor

by a protective device which is triggered by thermistors. The

thermistors and relays will switch off the motor in case of

overheating before the temperature of the motor's external

enclosure exceeds the temperature marking stamped on the

rating plate.

Each motor ordered with thermistors as sole protection

will be tested, with locked rotor, up to the point where

the thermistors trigger the relay to turn off the motor. At

the triggering temperature, the motor has to be within the

certified temperature class limit.

Only approved relays can be used for “Alleinschutz”.

Please note that sizes to require special technical

solutions, consult ABB.

Dual certification

Ex d/de motors can also be used for Dust/Ex t applications in

zone The following combinations are possible:

− Ex tb IIIB T °C Db, IP 65 for zone 21 + Ex d/de IIB/

C T3 Gb

− Ex tb IIIC T °C Db, IP 65 for zone 21 + Ex d/de IIB/

C T3 Gb

These features are possible due to the IP protection.

The ingress of dust is prevented and thus only the outside

surface temperature class is important for both applications;

T4 (= °C) for gas and T °C for dust.

Increased safety design, Ex e

The design of this motor type prevents the occurence in

operation (including starting and locked rotor situations), in

all inner and outer parts of the machine, of sparks, arcs or

hot spots that could reach the self-ignition temperature of the

surrounding, potentially explosive atmosphere.

This is ensured by applying constructional or dimensional

provisions that mainly concern:

− specified minimum values for creepage distances and

clearances

− use of tracking-proof isolating materials

− suppression of sharp angles where static electrical loads

could build-up

− ensuring electrical and mechanical assemblies are tightly

secured

− minimum backlash values between stationary and rotating

parts (e.g. air gap, ventilator, etc.)

− temperature-rise limits, taking into account locked rotor,

normal operation, accidental mechanical stalling of

machine under the most adverse thermal conditions, i.e.

when thermal equilibrium of machine is reached while in

service.

Temperature rise limits should be considered for two

operating aspects; normal operating conditions and

accidental stalling conditions.

ABB Motors and Generators / LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN 9


Temperature rise limits under normal operating

conditions

The expected electrical lifespan of a motor depends on its

temperature rise for a given insulation class, and on the

motor winding temperature, during operation, which is not

homogeneous due to the appearance of hot spots. For

these reasons, a safety margin of 10 K is allowed between

the winding's temperature rise at rated output, as measured

by the change of resistance method, and the maximum

temperature rise permitted by the winding insulation class.

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Figure 2. Min. value of time t E

as a function of I A

/I N

acc. to

IEC/EN

Figure 1.

O = Temperature 0 °C

A = Max. ambient temperature, reference 40 °C

B = Temperature at rated load and under worst voltage

conditions

C = Max temperature as permitted by the insul. class

D = Max limit temperature as set by the nature of the

potentially explosive atmosphere

E = Temperature-rise curve of motor at rated output and

under worst voltage conditions

F = Temp. rise curve under stalled rotor conditions

t E

= Stalled rotor time

Figure 3. Min. value of time t E

as a function of I A

/I N

acc. to

VIK.

Non-sparking design, Ex nA

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Temperature rise limits during short circuit under

accidental stalling conditions

Should the machine stall while in operation, a shortcircuit

current nearly equal to the starting current will develop, and

stator and rotor winding temperatures will rise rapidly (see

Figure 1).

To prevent this temperature value from exceeding the

maximum limit temperature as set by the nature of the

potentially explosive atmosphere (D in Figure 1), protection

devices must trip within a specified time (t E

). This tripping

time depends on the short-circuit current level or the shortcircuit

current to rated current ratio (I A

/I N

). Figures 2 and 3

show, for commonly used protection devices, the limiting

ratio between short-circuit current inrush I A

/I N

and rotor

stalling time t E

, according to the EN and IEC standards and

“VIK” specification. VIK is an industry specification originating

in Germany.

This type of protection is inappropriate for commutator

machines or brake-motors which, by principle, are capable

of producing arcs, sparks or hot spots.

The use of this type of protection is allowed in hazardous

areas corresponding to zone 2. The design is known as “nonsparking”

because the motor must be designed in such a

way that no sparks can occur in any conditions, when used

within the ratings specifi ed by the manufacturer, and that

no excessive temperatures occur under normal operating

conditions, which excludes thermal requirements due to

starting or accidental stalling.

Ex nA motors are certifi ed according to the ATEX 95 Directive

with a “voluntary type examination certifi cate”, and according

to the IEC Ex System with a normal certifi cate.

ABB also provides self-certifi ed non-sparking motors, with a

manufacturer Declaration of Conformity.

Dual certification

Ex nA motors with a cast iron frame can also be used for Dust/

Ex t –applications in zone The following combinations are

possible:

– Ex tc IIIB T °C Dc, IP 55 for zone 22 + Ex nA IIC T3

– Ex tc IIIC T °C Dc, IP 65 for zone 22 + Ex nA IIC T3

10 LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN / ABB Motors and Generators


These features are possible due to the IP protection. Gases

penetrate this protection, and thus the inside surface

temperature class is T3 ( °C). The ingress of dust,

however, is prevented and dust determines the outside surface

temperature class: T°C.

Risk assessment and gas tests

Non-sparking (Ex nA) and increased safety (Ex e) motors

have to meet tough requirements with regard to sparking.

The latest IEC and EN standards specify criteria for risk

assessment and gas environment tests for rotor and stator

designs to show that the motors are spark-free in all

operational conditions.

By testing and securing certification for its motors, ABB is

helping to streamline the risk assessment process for its

customers.

The alternative to testing and certification involves, in the

majority of cases, equipping the motor with provision for

pre-start ventilation. This means investing in a higher capacity

air compressor, piping, and a ventilation control unit. It also

requires an additional operation – pre-start ventilation – every

time the motor is started.

Benefi ts of the ABB approach therefore include reduced initial

capital expenditure, lower operating costs, and faster starting.

Reliability is improved as no additional components are required.

Most importantly, ABB’s certifi ed motors offer proven safety.

ABB’s approach to meeting the new requirements

Following a program of gas environment tests in which

all rotor and stator tests were passed, ABB has secured

certification for its low voltage cast iron motors forexplosive

atmospheres with aluminum die cast rotor.

Dust ignition protection / Protection by enclosures “t”

in explosiveatmospheres

Combustible dust is hazardous as it can form potentially

explosiveatmospheres when dispersed in air. Furthermore,

layers of combustible dust may ignite and act as an ignition

source for an explosive atmosphere. Explosive atmospheres

with dust can be found in a variety of industries such as

agriculture, chemicals, plastics, food and beverage.

Selection and installation of electrical equipment

To ensure equipment can be safely used in explosive

atmospheres with dust, it is vital that the following issues are

taken into account when selecting product:

1. Type of dust:

− Will a cloud of dust be present around the product or

− will a layer of dust build up on the product and if so, what

will be the maximum thickness of the layer between two

cleaning/maintenance procedures.

This protection prevents any explosion of dust because:

− The ingress of dust into the motor is prevented by the IP

protection, being either IP 55 (“dust protected”) or

IP 65 (“dust tight”).

− The maximum surface temperature outside the motor must

not exceed the temperature class for which the motor is

certified.

− No sparks must occur outside the motor enclosure.

Certification: Ex tb IIIB/C T°C Db (for zone 21) motors are

certified according to ATEX with an EC type examination

certificate and according to the IEC Ex System. Ex tc IIIB/C

T°C Dc (for zone 22) motors are certified according to ATEX

with a “voluntary type examination certificate” and according

to the IEC Ex System.

2. Characteristics of the dust:

− Is the dust electrically conductive or non-conductive

3. Ignition temperature of the dust:

− T Cl

: Ignition temperature of dust in a “cloud” or

− T 5mm

: Ignition temperature of a 5 mm dust layer

Selection and installation of the product according to IEC/

EN part Electrical installations design, selection

and erection. Please see the tables on the pages 12 and

ABB Motors and Generators / LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN 11


Dust classification

T CL

(cloud)

°C

T 5mm

(layer)

°C

Surface temperature

provided that dust

layer below 5 mm

Food/Feeder Wheat

industry

Barley, corn

Sugar

Natural materials Wood

Charcoal

Hard coal

Chemicals PVC

Synth. rubber

Sulfur

Source BIA-report 13/97 HVBG

Dust subdivisions

IIIA

IIIB

IIIC

combustible fl yings

non-conductive dust

conductive dust

Marking of equipment protection for dust according to ATEX

CE Conformity marking

Equipment protection for dust:

CE marking


II 2 D

Ex tc IIIC T °C Dc

Identification

of the notified body

responsible for the

approval. is the

identification number of LCIE

The European Commission

mark for Ex products

Protection

by enclosure

Equipment group IIIC

for conductive dust

Temperature class

Equipment protection level = level c for dust

Equipment group: II for surface industry

Equipment category: 2D for dust

environment demanding a high

level of protection

Marking of equipment protection for dust according to IEC

Example for dust:

Ex tc IIIC T °C Dc

Protection

by enclosure

Equipment group IIIC

for conductive dust

Temperature class

Equipment protection level = level c for dust

12 LV Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres EN / ABB Motors and Generators


Selection of products forexplosiveatmospheres

EN Standard and ATEX Directive for dust environments

EN General requirements

EN Protection by enclosure ”t”

Category 2D

Category 2D Category 3D Category 3D

ATEX directive

marking

II 2D II 2D II 3D II 3D

Equipment

protection

marking

Ex tb IIIC

T°C Db

Ex tb IIIB

T°C Db

Ex tc IIIC

T°C Dc

Ex tc IIIB

T°C Dc

IP class

marking

IP65 IP65 IP65 IP55

Conductive

dust

Non-conductive

dust

Conductive

dust

Non-conductive

dust

Environment

Zone 21 Zone 21 Zone 22 Zone 22

EN Installations design, selection and erection

Ma

Testing and certifi cates

Motorsforexplosiveatmospheres have to be officially

approved by a recognized test organization, authorized to

issue test certificates, to ensure compliance with standards

for this type of equipment.

ABB low voltage motors forexplosiveatmospheres are

classified according to the categories, protection types and

equipment protection type which are specified in the relevant

standards.

Depending on the nature of the potentially explosive

atmosphere, it is the responsibility of the user to determine

which group and which maximum surface temperature should

be specified for the motor installation.

The motors are rated and certified for ambient temperature

between –20 °C and +40 °C according to standards. For

ambient temperatures below –20 °C and above +40 °C

certificates are available for most of the motors.

ABB’s motors conform to the stringent standards set

by CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical

Standardization) and IEC (International Electrotechnical

Commission), and are approved by testing laboratories

(ExNB/Notified Body) and certification bodies (ExCB).

The motors can be certified according to the ATEX Directive

by any of the Notified Bodies “ExNB” of EU member

countries. These motors are there

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DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P 2AD AC Motor Table of Contents I Table of Contents 1 Introduction to the Product Power Graduation Notes Regarding the Documentation Document Structure Additional Documentation Standards Outside Systems Your Feedback 2 Important directions for use Appropriate use Introduction Areas of use and application 3 Inappropriate use Safety Instructions for Electric Drives and Controls Introduction Explanations Hazards by Improper Use General Information Protection Against Contact with Electrical Parts Protection Against Electric Shock by Protective Low Voltage (PELV) Protection Against Dangerous Movements Protection Against Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields During Operation and Mounting Protection Against Contact with Hot Parts Protection During Handling and Mounting Battery Safety Protection Against Pressurized Systems 4 5 Definitions Type Code Designation Operating Characteristics Technical data 2AD Data sheet Type code 2AD Dimensions sheet 2AD DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P II Table of Contents 6 7 8 9 2AD AC Motor Shaft load 2AD Grease life 2AD Technical data 2AD Data sheet Type code 2AD Dimensions sheet 2AD Shaft load 2AD Grease life 2AD Technical data 2AD Data sheet Type code 2AD Dimensions sheet 2AD Shaft load 2AD Grease life 2AD Technical data 2AD Data sheet Type code 2AD Dimensions sheet 2AD Grease life 2AD Shaft load 2AD Technical data 2AD Data sheet Type code 2AD Dimensions sheet 2AD Shaft load 2AD Grease life 2AD 10 Technical data 2AD Data sheet Type code 2AD Dimensions sheet 2AD Shaft load 2AD Grease life 2AD 11 Accessories Blower Cowl Labyrinth Seal Air-Pressure Connector Kits Gearboxes 12 Connection System Notes DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P 2AD AC Motor Table of Contents III Diagram Power Connector Overview Flange Socket Terminal Box Double Cabling Encoder Connection Overview Design 2AD with Encoder Options "6", "7", "8", "9" 2AD with Encoder Options "C", "D" Blower Connection Design (1) Design (2) – 3-pin Design (3) – 4-pin Design (4) Temperature Sensors (Thermistors) 13 Notes Regarding Application Conditions for Use Operation Elevation and Ambient Temperature Mechanical Ambient Conditions Ingress Protection Class (IP Class) Installation in the Machine Foot Mounting Vertical Installation Blowers Holding Brake (Option) Selecting Holding Brakes Sizing of Holding Brakes Maintaining Holding Brakes Motor Encoder Options Compatibility Accuracy/Repeatability Connection Output Shaft Smooth Shaft Output Shaft with Keyway Output Shaft With Shaft Seal Bearing and Shaft Loads Variants Radial Loads Axial Load Lifetime Help in Selection DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P IV Table of Contents 2AD AC Motor Vibration Severity Levels (Balance Quality) Explosion Protection Options for Areas with potentials for Explosion Blower Selection Encoder Inspection Acceptances, Approvals, Listings CE Symbol UL, UR, cUR Listing 14 Handling, Transport and Storage Supplied Condition Factory Inspection Customer Inspection Identification Transportion and Storage 15 Installation Safety Mechanical Mounting Accessories Fastening Holes Preparation Mounting Electrical Connection Power Connection Encoder Connection Blower Connection Brake and Temperature Sensor Connection Dismantling 16 Operating 2AD Motors Commissioning Preparation Execution Deactivation Maintenance Measures Motor blower Holding Brake Maintenance Troubleshooting Excess Temperature of Motor Housing High motor temperature values, but housing temperature is normal Connecting the Spare Sensor Motor generates vibrations Specified position is not attained DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P 2AD AC Motor 17 Service & Support Table of Contents V Helpdesk Service-Hotline Internet Vor der Kontaktaufnahme - Before contacting us Kundenbetreuungsstellen - Sales & Service Facilities 18 Index DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P VI Table of Contents 2AD AC Motor DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P Introduction to the Product 2AD AC Motor 1 Introduction to the Product The 2AD series consists of squirrel-cage, induction, housed motors using fixed blower units for surface ventilation. Pmo_cipsas.com Fig. Example: 2AD For optimum adaptation of the motor to the machine, different frame sizes with tested options can be selected using the type code. External accessories are also available. Combined with digital control devices from the INDRADRIVE, DIAX or ECODRIVE series, the 2AD series offers an intelligent drive solution with a high power density and open functions. Power Graduation 2AD motors have power ranges up to 93 kW. 93 90 79 80 70 61 60 P [kW] 55 52 49 50 46 37,,7 40 35 33 30 29,3 30 23,5 18,2 20 12,4 12,1 10 3,5 5,5 9,4 8 7,5 4,6 4,4 26,2 25,1 22 20,9 17,4 14,7 11,9 19,3 14,7 16 10,7 5,5 2A D 1 2A 00 D1 B-A 2A 00 S D1 C-A 2A 00 S D D-A 1 2A 04 S D1 B-C 2A 04 S D1 C-C 2A 04 S D C-D 1 2A 04 S D D-E 2A S D D1 F 2A 04D S D 1 -G 2A 32 S D B-B 1 2A 32 S D B-D 1 2A 32 S D C-B 1 2A 32 S D C-C 1 2A 32 S D1 D-A 2A 32D S D 1 -B 2A 34 D D B-E 2A S D B1 F 2A 34C S D 1 -D 2A 34 S C D 1 -F 2A 34 S D D-A 1 2A 34 S D D-C 1 2A 34 S D D-D 1 2A 34 S D D-E 1 2A 60 S D1 B-B 2A 60 S D C-B 1 2A 64 S D B-B 1 2A 64 S D1 B-D 2A 64 S D B-E 1 2A 64 S D C-B 1 2A 80 S D C-B 1 2A 80 S D D-A 1 2A 80 S D D-B 2 2A 00 S D C-A 2 2A 25 S D C-B 2 2A 25 S D2 C-C 25 S C -A S 0 Fig. 2AD power graduation You can find the power data available for certain motor-drive combinations by using the corresponding documentation in Fig. DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P April03 Introduction to the Product 2AD AC Motor Notes Regarding the Documentation The 2AD series has the following documentation: System component 2AD motor Material number Documentation 2AD design DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P Note Accessory Assembly Instructions for Labyrinth Seals - included in the scope of delivery for the accessory Accessory Assembly Instructions for blower Cowls - included in the scope of delivery for the accessory Fig. Scope of documentation Document Structure The following setup provides an overview of the contents of this documentation. Sect. Title Reference Target group 1 Introduction to the Product General information All 2 Important Instructions on Use Safety Instructions on Electric Drives and Controls Definitions Technical Data, 2AD Technical Data, 2AD Technical Data, 2AD Technical Data, 2AD Technical Data, 2AD Technical Data, 2AD Accessories Connection System Application Instructions Handling, Transport Installation Operating Service Glossary Index Safety Required 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Beginners Product description For project planning personnel Practice Operating and maintenance personnel Additional information All Fig. Document structure 2AD is not included in this documentation. This specialpurpose motor is described in DOK-MOTOR*-2AD*****-PRAE-P. April03 DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P Introduction to the Product 2AD AC Motor Additional Documentation Note: The entire documentation listed below is not completly necessar for project planning. The version number for additional documentation (e.g. 06) may already be higher than the one given here due to updates. Material no.: Title / description System DOK-DRIVE*-SERVO*GEN**-AUMS-P ECODRIVE03, DURADRIVE, Auswahldaten / Selection Data (1,5 ms Beschleunigungszeit) / (****-PREN-P "ECODRIVE03 Drive Control Devices" Selection Data - DOK-ECODR3-SERV-GEN***-AUS1-MS-P "ECORIVE03 Servo Applications with s Acceleration Time" Selection Data - DOK-ECODR3-SERV-WZM***-AUMS-P "ECORIVE03 Servo Applications with ms Acceleration Time" Design - DOK-GENERL-EMC********-PREN-P "Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for Drive and Control Systems" Assembly Instructions - DOK-CONNEC-CAB*INSTRMAEN-P "Ready-for-use Cables and Tools for DIAX04 and ECODRIVE03" Selection List - DOK-CONNEC-CABLE*STAND-AUEN-P "DIAX04, ECODRIVE03 and POWERDRIVE Connection Cables" DIAX03 DIAX04, ECODRIVE03 DURADRIVE DIAX04 ECO-DRIVE03 EMC CABLES Fig. Additional documentation Contact your Bosch Rexroth branch to obtain the current documentation for the products that you use (see the address list in Cap. at the end of this documentation). DOK-MOTOR*-2AD********-PREN-P April03 Introduction to the Product 2AD AC Motor Standards This documentation refers to German, European and international technical standards. The list can be found in the appendices of this documentation. Documents and sheets on standards are subject to copyright protection and may not be passed on to third parties by Bosch Rexroth. If necessary, please address the authorized sales outlets or, in Germany, directly to: BEUTH Verlag GmbH Burggrafenstrasse 6 Berlin Tel. +(0) 60, Fax +(0) 60 Internet: cipsas.com e-mail: [email&#;protected]
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