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Technical Information

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GENERATION

VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

VSB SAWEWA AG
Oberwolfhauserstr. 8
CH-8633 Wolfhausen Switzerland
Tel. ++41-55-263 15 75 Fax ++41-55-263 15 79
www.vsb-sawewa.ch
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GENERATION

VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

MAIN PCB E-START 100-5 CONNECTIONS & ADJUSTMENTS


P1 RAMP TIME
P2 PRESET
P3 SOFT STOP
S1 TEST - SUPERVISION
P1

P2

P3

1 2 3 4 5 6

100 SEC
30 SEC
J8

SW2 INHIBIT TIME


SW1 CURRENT LIMIT
J8 JUMPER
"CURRENT LIMIT TIME"
LED 1-6

START....J1

TOP OF RAMP....1
SUPERVISION O.K....2

PHASE O.K.....3
INHIBIT TIME
....4
/
PUMP DOWN

1
2
3
4

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Reduced voltage starting

When started under full voltage


conditions a.c. induction motors initially
draw Locked Rotor Current (LRC) and
produce Locked Rotor Torque (LRT).
As the motor accelerates, the current
falls and the torque increases to break
down torque before falling to full speed
levels. Both, the magnitude and shape
of the current and torque curves are
dependent on motor design.
Motors with almost identical full speed
characteristics often vary significantly
in their starting capabilities. Locked
rotor currents range from as low as to
500% to in excess of 900% of motor
FLC. Locked rotor torque range from
as low as 70% to highs of around
230% motor Full Load Torque (FLT).
The motors full voltage current and
torque characteristics set the limits for
what can be achieved with a reduced
voltage starter.
Start current can be reduced only to
the point where the resulting start
torque still exceeds the torque required
by the load. Below this point motor
acceleration will cease and the
motor/load will not reach full speed.
The most common reduced voltage
starters are:

Star-Delta-Starters
Auto-transformer starters
Primary resistance starters
Softstarters

There is no control over the level of


current and torque reduction, these are
fixed at one third of the full voltage
levels.
There are normally large current and
torque transients as the starter
changes from star to delta. This
causes mechanical and electrical
stress often resulting in damage. The
transients occur because as the motor
is spinning and then disconnected from
the supply, it acts as a generator with
output voltage which may be at the
same amplitude as the supply. This
voltage is still present when the motor
is reconnected in delta configuration
and can be exactly be out of phase.
The result is a current of up to twice
locked rotor current and four times
locked rotor torque.

Auto-Transformer
Auto-transformer starting offers more
control than the star-delta method,
however voltage is still applied in
steps.

Primary resistance starters


Primary resistance starters also
provide greater starting control htan
star-delta starters. However, they do
have a number of characteristics that
reduce their effectiveness.

Star-Delta
Star-Delta starting is the cheapest form
of reduced voltage starting, however
performance is limited. The two most
significant limitations are:
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Soft-Starter
Soft-Starters are the most
advanced of the reduced voltagestarters. They offer superior control
over current and torque as well as
incorporating advanced motor
protection and interface features.
The main starting advantages softstarters offer are:
1. Smooth control of voltage and
current FREE from steps or
transitions.
2. Capable of frequent starting.
3. Capable of handling changing
start conditions.
4. Soft-Stop-Control to extend
motor deceleration times.
Soft-Starters can be broken down
into the following categories:

Torque controllers
Open loop voltage
controllers
Closed loop voltage/current
controllers (Current-Limit)

Start (Direct on line)


resulting in increased motor heating.
Open loop voltage controllers control
all three phases and provide both the
electrical and mechanical benefits
normally associated with soft-start.
These systems control the voltage
applied to the motor in a preset
manner and receive no feedback on
starting current. Control of start
performance is provided to the users
through settings such as initial voltage
and Ramp-up time. Soft-stop is also
commonly available and provides the
ability to extend motor stopping times.
Closed loop voltage controllers are a
variant of the open loop system. They
receive feedback on motor start current
and use this to stop the voltage ramp
when a user set start current limit is
reached.
Closed loop current-control is the most
advanced form of soft-start.
The advantages of this approach are
precise control of starting current
and ease of adjustment.

Torque controllers provide only a


reduction in starting torque. They
control one phase only. As a
consequence there is no control of
starting current as is provided by
the more advanced soft-start
formats.
They are suitable for light applications
with low to medium start frequency.
Three phase control should be used for
repetitive start or high inertia loads
because single phase controllers
cause increased motor heating during
start. This occurs because almost full
voltage current flows in the motor
winding not controlled by the single
phase controller. This current flows for
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Functional description
The VSB soft starter operates with a 6pulse actuator circuit and is controlled
in all three phases leading to the
motor.
The device works with either a voltage
ramp (controlled via the Preset and
Time potentiometers) or with a currentguided ramp. The following is a
description of a current-guided start
(current limit).
The Motorola 68HC705
microprocessor is used to monitor the
ignition of the semiconductors. A
current transformer measures the
motor current (current limit option).
When the microprocessor receives the
command to start, it generates a linear
start-up ramp.
The start-up ramp accelerates to the
preset current limit and remains at that
level until the motor current is reduced
by the higher rotor speed.
The start-up current setting could be
too low. In this case, the time-out
signal is used. This only permits the
motor current limit to apply for a limited
period of time. Once the preset time
has elapsed, the ramp is automatically
ended.
There are 16 possible settings for
different sizes of motors. The required
setting can be made with the
Current Limit switch on the mains
electronics unit (See the Motor
Settings table).

The Phase OK relay supplies the


corresponding signal.
The VSB Soft-Starter will not work if it
is connected incorrectly (rotary field).
Therefore, if it does not work properly,
always check first that the phases are
connected correctly.
A further three optocouplers monitor
the semi-conductors for possible short
circuits or breaks. The Supervision
function transmits the current status of
this monitoring function.
The top-of-the-ramp signal indicates
that the start-up sequence is ended or
has progressed far enough to start the
load (e.g. the elevator).

Relay contacts
Top of ramp relays
The relay signal indicates that the
start-up process by the VSB SoftStarter has ended or has progressed
far enough to switch the load.
Terminals marked 8, 9, 10
This relay (250V/8A) closes the
connection between pins 8 and 9 as
soon as the start-up peak has been
reached. A connection remains
between pins 9 and 10 during start-up
and whenever the VSB Soft-Starter is
switched off.

Supervision relay
An optocoupler is used in each phase
to synchronize the ignition pulses and
to monitor the rotary field of the phase
conductor.

P-status signal / semiconductor


monitor.
Due to operational reliability, this signal
is not processed by the microprocessor
in the VSB Soft-Starter. It is produced

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by a jumper across each phase. The


relay is released if the jumper is
balanced (power on, no
leaking/damaged semiconductors and
no load). The relay picks up if the
jumper is unbalanced (there is a load
applied, or if one or more
semiconductors leak without a load).

The relay (250V/8A) closes the


connection between pins 14 and 15 as
soon as the voltage is applied and the
phase test is positive. If the phase test
is negative or if the VSB Soft-Starter is
switched off, the connection between
15 and 16 remains intact.

Terminals marked 11, 12, 13

Operational supervision relay

The relay (250V/8A) closes the


connection between pins 11 and 12
(VSB active) if the load is applied. If
the load is not connected or if the VSB
Soft-Starter is switched off, the
connection between pins 12 and 13
remains (VSB inactive).

This relay (250V/8A) is programmed


on the basis of device class (VSB
Climate-Start, VSB E-Start, VSB HydrO-Start, VSB Soft-Switch).

This dynamic test is only successful if


the load is connected by a contactor.
Sequence: 1. Voltage applied to VSB =
VSB inactive. VSB active would
indicate a fault (there is a load
connected or one or more
semiconductors are faulty), 2.
contactor on (VSB active), 3. start
command to VSB.
You can press the Test Supervision
button to trigger off an automatic test
which checks that the supervision relay
is functioning correctly.
Phase OK relay
Phase error signal.
This signal is activated by the system
as soon as any of the following errors
are detected: lack of synchronization,
incorrectly connected phases (rotary
fields of the phase conductors) and
asymmetrically leaking
semiconductors. This relay is
controlled via the microprocessor.

Terminals marked 17, 18, 19


VSB Climate-Start: Inhibit-time relay to
inhibit start-up. During the active inhibit
time for the applied start signal, the
relay is active and closes the
connection between pins 17 and 18. If
there is no start command or if the
blocked start signal is released, the
relay between pins 18 and 19 closes.
VSB E-Start/VSB Hydr-O-Start/VSB
Soft-Switch: Operational supervision or
pump-down relay.
This relay can be used for operational
supervision. It kicks in when the startup ramp is activated between pins 17
and 18 and is released at pins 18 and
19 after the end of the stop process.
If there is a soft-stop ramp for
deceleration, the relay does not kick in
until the VSB Soft-Starter has
decelerated fully.

Terminals marked 14, 15, 16

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Main electronics unit settings

Motor Settings (current limit)

It is important to remember that the


system can only work in the selected
start mode (voltage ramp or current
limit/current-guided ramp).

Switch VSB E-Start


position VSB Climate
Start
Values in IN

If a VSB Soft-Starter is ordered with a


current-guided ramp, the Ramp Time
and Preset potentiometers are largely
inactive.

Potentiometers

P1 Ramp Time
Ramp time setting of between approx.
0.3 and 30 sec. for the voltage ramp.

P2 Preset

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F

0.0 x
1.0 x
1.5 x
2.0 x
2.2 x
2.5 x
2.7 x
3.0 x
3.2 x
3.5 x
3.7 x
4.0 x
4.2 x
4.5 x
4.7 x
5.0 x

VSB Hydr-OStart, VSB


Soft-Switch
Motor in kW
3x 400V/230V
4.7
--5.8
--7.7
--9.5
4.7
11.0
5.8
12.5
7.7
14.7
--18.4
9.5
22.0
12.5
--14.7
29.4
18.4
36.8
22.0
51.5
29.4
--36.8
--44.1
--51.5

Voltage ramp as a % of the mains


voltage (0 approx. 90%).
SW2 Inhibit Time
P3 Soft-Stop
Variable deceleration time from
approx. 0.3 to 60 sec.

Switches

SW1 Current Limit


Current limit setting during ramp-up.
Please refer to the 16 possible settings
on the Motor Settings table. Special
settings are available from VSB on
request.

Start-up inhibitor/delay:
Switch
position
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F

Inhibit time
in min.
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30

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Important note:
The start-up inhibitor only works if the
VSB Climate-Starter is permanently
connected to the mains, and the
compressor is controlled via the start
signal (pins 2-3). After a break in
voltage, a newly created start-signal
leads directly to the motor being
started up. The delay is not reactivated
until the next start.
Pushbutton

Jumpers / Plugs

J6 RS232 interface
This interface allows VSB to make
customer-specific changes to ramp-up
and lots of other parameters on the
VSB Soft-Starter.

J8 Current limit time


If the jumper is plugged in, the current
limit time is limited to 30 seconds.

S1 Test Supervision
Test activation to check that the
supervision function (P-status or
semiconductor function control) is
working properly.

This time can be extended to 100


seconds in the case of extremely
difficult starts by moving the jumper.

J8 Current limit connection


Test sequence: The yellow LED 6
lights up three times. If the test is
passed, the yellow LED 4 lights up
once at the end, or if it is failed the red
LED 2 is illuminated constantly.

Start signal
The start signal is generated by closing
the connection between pins 2 and 3
on the main electronics unit by means
of isolating.
If the contact is opened, the VSB SoftStarter stops.

Plug-in connection for the current


transformer for the current limit option
(installed at the factory).

LEDs Light-emitting diodes


1 Power on / green
2 Phase OK = error / red
3 Supervision active / red
4 Top of ramp reached / yellow
5 Inhibit time, pump-down active /
yellow
6 Current limit active / yellow

Jumpers can be placed between pins 2


and 3 if the start-up inhibitor is not
required.

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Setting the VSB into operation


1.
Check that it is complete
Is the VSB Soft-Starter the model
which you ordered?
Does it contain all the options? Do the
voltage and starter power rating
correspond to the motor data for your
equipment?
Are there any signs of damage in
transit or have any screws come
loose? If it has been damaged in
transit, report this to the transport
company immediately. Retighten the
screws, please. Thank you.
2.
Install the VSB Soft-Starter.
Mount the VSB Soft-Starter vertically
against a flat wall. Ensure that the
aluminum cooling fins are not blocked.
Also follow our General Installation
Instructions.

5. Connect the relays.

6. Connect the power supply


cable.
Connect L1, L2 and L3 PE. In the
case of VSB Soft-Starters with
ratings over 30 kW, a 230 V supply
may be connected for the fans.
7. Start time/Preset/Current limit
and options
Depending on whichever version
you order, your VSB Soft-Starter
will come with a voltage ramp or
with a current-guided ramp (current
limit).
If the Soft-Starter has a voltage
ramp, use the Ramp Time and
Preset potentiometers to set the
start-up time and starting value of
the voltage ramp.

3.
Connect the motor conductors
Connect all the motor conductors to
your motor as shown in the diagram.
Do not install any p.f. correction
capacitors between the device output
and the motor.

If the Soft-Starter has a currentguided ramp, set the Current Limit


switch (SW1) to the required
position (Refer to the Motor
Settings table). The limit time is
preset to max. 30 seconds at the
factory.

4.
Create a start signal
The start signal is generated on the
main electronics unit by means of
isolating. Closing the connection
between pins 2 and 3 = start, opening
= stop.

If you require a soft-stop function,


set the required time using the SoftStop Time potentiometer.
If you use the start-up inhibitor
function, set the required time using
the Inhibit Time switch (SW2).

Signal leads should be no longer than


50 cm. They should be positioned at
least 10 cm from the power supply
cables. If signal leads and power
supply cable unavoidably cross, they
should cross at right angles.

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8. Wiring and setting


must be carried out by qualified
electricians in accordance with
applicable electrical regulations. VSB
SAWEWA AG accepts no
responsibility for consequential
damages and accidents caused by
faulty installation work or unauthorized
intervention in the device.
9.
Before setting it into
operation
It is imperative that you read the pages
on Troubleshooting, VSB General
Installation Instructions and Technical
information.

Troubleshooting in VSB SoftStarters


All VSB Soft-Starters undergo visual,
mechanical and electrical tests before
leaving the factory. We keep test
records of every device. In addition, all
VSB Soft-Starters are started up and
tested under load with a motor before
leaving the factory.
However, if faults still occur, we treat
this very seriously and would kindly
ask you to report this to us, even if you
can repair the fault yourself.
If the VSB Soft-Starter does not work,
you could possibly try the following
tests. Please act with care because
there are potentially dangerous
voltages in the device. The following
test may only be performed by
qualified technicians. The user is
responsible for any injuries and
damage resulting from unauthorized
actions.

1.
Visual inspection
Compare the delivery document with
the rating plate on the device
delivered. Do the details match?
2.
Cooling
Is the VSB Soft-Starter positioned in
such a way as to allow natural
ventilation? The cooling fins should be
positioned vertically and the cooler
should not be blocked either on the top
or the bottom.
3.
Connections
Isolate the current and check that all
the connections on the device are
secure. They may have come loose
during transport or in operation?
Are the phase conductors in the VSB
Soft-Starter connected in the correct
phase? The VSB device monitors the
rotary field and inhibits operation if the
phase conductors are not connected in
the sequence A, B, C.
Are the motor leads connected
correctly?
Is there a start signal between pins 2
and 3?
4.
Electrical test
Switch on the current and check that
the mains voltage to connection
terminals L1, L2, and L3 is correct (+/10 %).
Perform the same check on the VSB
Soft-Starters output terminals to the
motor.
The supply voltage for the VSB
electronics unit is connected by us at
the factory. If this connection is correct,
LED 1 / green is illuminated
permanently.

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Measure the outputs at X1, X2 and


X3 on the VSBs main electronics
unit. The connections for the
thyristors (Iout>300mA) are
contained here. Check that the
thyristor semiconductor is working
in accordance with the description
of the Thyristor Check.
If power is supplied via a mains
transformer, the nominal power
rating of the transformer should be
between >1.5 times and < 10 times
the nominal power rating of the
VSB Soft-Starter.
Relay and contactor coils which are
contained in the same circuit must
be fitted with overvoltage limiters, if
necessary.
5. Technical support
If you require any further support,
dont delay in contacting us directly
at:
VSB SAWEWA AG
Oberwolfhauserstr. 8
CH-8633 Wolfhausen
Tel. +41 55 263 15 75
Fax. +41 55 263 15 79
E-mail: info@vsb-sawewa.ch

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Installation in the
switchgear cabinet

During installation, ensure that you leave sufficient clear space around the
VSB device. The minimum requirements are 100mm above and below the
device, and 50 mm on either side of the device.
Install the VSB SAWEWA motor Starter vertically.
Do not position it close to devices which give off heat.
Ensure that the room is adequately ventilated.
Make sure that you leave the spaces specified above.
Provide ventilation slots.
Ensure that the device is adequately ventilated, otherwise use an
external cooler with a filter.
The fan must blow upwards.

Fans

VSB use fans for size 3 or bigger in order to avoid areas of the VSB
Motors starter overheating
Throughput 100dm 3/s
We would advise you not to use plastic casing because this possesses
inadequate thermal conductivity.

Loss of power

The loss of power of the power elements is approx. 3 watts per (IN) A of
the VSB Motor Starter.

Build-up of heat in the


switchgear cabinet

Incorporate a heat exchanger in order to discharge the build-up of heat in


the cabinet. In order to reduce the loss of power, bypass the VSB motor
starter after start-up.

Bypass

However, a bypass is not necessary in terms of the operation of the VSB


Motor Starter. The loss of power can be reduced.

Miscellaneous:
Back-up fuses

The device is protected by slow-blowing fuses in accordance with the


motors nominal current and the installed cables.

EMC

It conforms to EMC directive 98/336/EEC. Please abide by the


corresponding declaration of conformity. In a critical environment we
recommend our EMC top filter as an additional option. Clicks are possible
in radios, etc. and can be reduced with the filters.

Maintenance

Even though the VSB Motor Starter does not require any preventive
maintenance, we would still advise you to carry out the following checks
during commissioning and then a regular intervals thereafter.
Check the screwed joints and connections
Ensure that the ventilation is working properly
Ensure that the temperature remains within the permissible limits
Clean it if it is dirty.

CAUTION

Isolate the device at the mains before removing the cover!


We expressly reserve the right to make changes and adaptions.
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AMBIENT
CONDITIONS:
Type of protection

IP 00 standard
IP 44 optional
IP 54 optional

Shock protection

Available as casing option 2. See order code.

Ambient temperatures

Operating range: -10oC+45oC. Works at nominal current up to 60oC.


Decreases by 1,2% per oC over 45oC (only possible to a limited extend in
VSB Motor Starters with fans, temperature sensor causes it to cut out at
70oC)
Can be stored between 25oC+70oC

Relative humidity

93% without condensation and surface water forming

Degree of soiling

1st degree in accordance with IEC 664

Assembly height

Up to 1000m without any restriction (0,5% reduction in nominal current


each additional 100m)

Installation position

Vertical

CHARACTERISTIC
ELECTRICAL
DATA :
Voltage supply

Frequency

220V 15%240V +10% or


380V 15%415V +10%
440V 15%500V +10%
other mains or supply voltages are available on request
50 or 60 Hz (automatically adjusted)

Supply voltage

220-230-240V
380-415V
440-460-500V

Nominal current

6,51800A

Motor power

31000kW

Ramp-up

The voltage ramp can be varied from 0,3s to 60s via potentiometer Time.
Start voltage output at the motor: can be set via the potentiometer Preset.
Preset-Range from 0-90% of the supply voltage
Ramp-up with a current-limit (optional), variable from approx. 15x IN via
Switch Current-Limit.
The current-guided ramp-up time is adjustable up to the optional current
limit with jumper J8/Current-Limit-Time to 30s (standard) or 100s.

Deceleration/Soft-Stop

Unguided deceleration to st andstill when the supply voltage is switched off.


Guided deceleration (Soft-Stop), variable from 0,360s via a potentiometer
Soft-Stop.

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CAUTION ! DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING. ONLY


SPECIALISED PERSONNEL SHOULD INSTALL THE EQUIPMENT AND ONLY
AFTER HAVING READ THIS USERS GUIDE.
SHORTCIRCUIT
Use a testing lamp to check the defective power module between input and output
phases.
If the lamp goes on, at least one of the thyristors has a shortcircuit.
Check with a tester the value or the R resistance between input and output of the
same phase.
If R<500 KOHM, at least one of the thyristor is defective.

L1 ( L2 / L3 )

3 bis 6V

U ( V / W)
Open thyristor
With the simple assembling shown here, the lamp should light when the S switch is
closed and remaining lighting when open.
If not, the thyristor is defective.

10

3 bis 6V

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SAWEWA SOFT-START

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VSB KLIMA-START VSB HYDR-O-START

VSB E-START
E006**** - E110****

K006**** - K110***

H012**** - H090****

2
ST1

12 3 J
J
2 8 91011
121314
151617
1819

L
1 L
2L
3 U VW

L N

R E LR4 E LR3 E LR2 E L 1

VSB
ESTART100-5

REL2 REL1

TR7

P1 P2 P3 S
W
1 S
W
002SEC
123456 1
830SEC
J

VSB
ESTART 100-5

ST1
ST2

ST2

R E LR4 E L 3R E LR2 E L 1

4 J
61 M
R
AMPPRESETS
ST
OO
FP
TLIMIT
CURRENT M
N
IIE
HB
IT
IV
S
T
IE
T
S
IU
O
IP
NER-

ST2

1 L3 41 L2 4 1 L1 4
TR7

TR7

REL4 REL3

ST1

L2 4 1 L1 4
P1 P2 P3
S
W
1 1
S
W
123
456
0
0S2
EC
830SEC
J

1 L3 4 1 L2

1 L3 4 1

4 J
61 M
R
AMPP
R
E
S
E
T S
S
O
F
T L
CU
R
N
IIE
HB
IT
IV
SU
T
IE
T
O
P
M
IRT
IENTM
T
S
IP
O
IER
N

12 3 J
J
2 8 91011
121314
151617
1819

7 12
J

4 1 L1 4

7 12
J

712
J

P1 P2 P3 S
W
1 S
W
002SEC
12345 6 1
830SEC
J

4J
6 1 RAMPPRESET SOFTCURRENTM
N
I HB
IT
IS
S
IU
O
IP
NERM
TIE
STOPLIMITTIE V

VSB
ESTART 100-5

1 23 J
J
2 891011
1213
1415
1617
1819

L1 L2 L3

L1 L2 L3 U

U V W

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-1-

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-2-

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-3-

L1

L2

L2

U1 V1 W1 PE

L1-L2-L3 =
NETZANSCHLSSE /
PHASE CONDUCTORS

SIZE 3 / BAUGRSSE 3
L/N-230 V =
THE SUPPLY OF THE FANS /
VERSORGUNG FR LFTER

1U-1V-1W;2U-2V-2W =
MOTORENLEITER /
MOTOR CONDUCTORS

PE = ERDE / GROUND

INTERNE VERBINDUNGEN ZW. HAUPTELEKTRONIK UND DEM SOFT-START GERT WERDEN DURCH VSB SAWEWA WERSEITIG VORGENOMMEN.

CONNECTION DIAGRAM
SIZE 1-2-3 / BAUGRSSE 1-2-3
STANDARD CONNECTION / STANDARDBESCHALTUNG
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VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

C:\dokumentation\ddalic180800

VSB SOFT-SWITCH

VSB SOFT-SWITCH

S009**** - S024****

S033**** - S060****

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-2A-

J6

RAMP
TIME

PRESET

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-3A-

SOFT CURRENT INHIBIT SUPERSTOP LIMIT


TIME VISION

SUPER4J61 T
RA
ME
PPRESET S
ST
OO
FP
TL
CU
RIT
RENTINHIBIT
IM
IM
TIMEV
S
IO
IN

1
5-

2-

3-

4
4 1 L1
L2
4 1

REL1

L3

REL2

REL3

L1
1
4

5-

4-

5-

2-

3L2 5L3
3-

A2
13No

4-

5-

CL03
8

L1 L2 L3

4-

5-

CL03

N
2-

3-

2-

2T1 4T2 6T3 14No

3-

2T1 4T2 6T3 14No

A2

U1V1W1

A2

W2U2V2

TR7

R
E
L
4

2T1 4T2 6T3 14No


A
2
W2 U2 V2

L2

4-

5-

3-

A2 A1
13No
1L1

4-

2-

3-

L3

4-

C
L0
3

2T1 4T2 6T3 14No


A
2
U1 V1 W1

ST1

3L2 5L3

5-

2-

R
E
L
1

4-

8 9 1011 12 13 14 15 16 1718 19

C
L0
3
8 9

3-

R
E
L
2

2-

ST2
A1
1L1

A
2
13No

R
E
L
3

5-

3L2 5L3

TR7

REL4

L1 4
4 1
L3 4 1 L2

REL1
REL2
REL3
REL4

4-

30 SEC
J8

P3 SW1 S
W2
1234 56 100SEC
30SEC
J8

J2

3-

A
2 A
1
13No 1L1

P1 P2

VSB
ESTART 100-5

2 3

2-

SW2
100 SEC

VSB
ESTART 100-5

ST1

3L2 5L3

P3
SW1
1 2 3 4 5 6

J1

ST2
A
1
1L1

P2

1 2

J1
2 3 J289 101112
13141516171819

TR7

L1 L2 L3

P1

J12 3 J28 91011121314151617


1819

P2 P3
SW1 S
123 456
10W
0S2
EC
30SEC
J8

J7

J712

P1

J71 2

4 J6
1 T
RA
ME
P PRESET S
ST
OO
FP
TL
CU
RIT
RENTINHIBIT
S
IM
IM
TIME V
S
IU
O
IP
NER-

VSB
ESTART 100-5

ST2

ST1

A1

A2

1L1
2-

3L2

5L3

3-

4-

13No
5-

A1

A2

1L1
2-

L3

L2

L1

5L3

3-

4-

13No
5-

CL 03

CL 03

3L2

2-

2T1

3-

4-

4T2

6T3

5-

2-

14No

2T1

3-

4-

4T2

6T3

5-

14No

A2

U1 V1 W1

A2

W2 U2 V2

PE = ERDE / GROUND
L1-L2-L3 =
NETZANSCHLSSE /
PHASE CONDUCTORS

8/9 = TOP OF RAMP-SIGNAL


L/N = 230V CONTACTOR COIL
U1-V1-W1-W2-U2-V2 =
MOTORENLEITER /
MOTOR CONDUCTORS

INTERNE VERBINDUNGEN ZW. HAUPTELEKTRONIK UND DEM SOFT-START GERT WERDEN DURCH VSB SAWEWA WERSEITIG VORGENOMMEN.

CONNECTION DIAGRAM
SIZE 2A-3A / BAUGRSSE 2A-3A
SOFT SWITCH
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GENERATION

VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

C:\dokumentation\ddalic180800

VSB KLIMA-START VSB HYDR-O-START

VSB E-START

H012K*** - H110K***

K009K*** - K186K***

E009K*** - E186K***

VSB
ESTART
100-5

REL2 REL1

REL3

TR7

REL4

P1 P2 P3
S
W
1 100S
W
2SEC
12 3456
830SEC
J

ST2

ST1

L3 4 1 L2 4 1 L1 4

ST2

ST1

R E L 4R E L 3R E LR2 E L 1

4J
6 1M
R
AMP PRESETS
ST
OO
FP
TLIMIT
CURRENTM
N
IIE
HB
IT
I V
S
T
IE
T
S
IU
O
IP
NER-

L3 4 1 L2 4 1 L1 4

1 2 3 J
J
28 9101112
131415
161718
19

TR7

71 2
J

7 12
J

P1 P2 P3
S
W
1 S
123456
1W
002SEC
830SEC
J

4 6
J1 M
R
AMP PRESETS
OO
FP
TC
URRENT M
N
ITIE
HB
IT
IS
TIE
ST
LIMIT
V
S
IU
O
IP
NER-

V
SB
ESTART
100-5

131415
161718
19
1 2 3 J
J
2 89101112
L

L1 W2

L1 W2

L2

U2

L2 V2

L2 U2

L2 V2 U1 V1 W1 PE

U1 V1 W1

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-3-

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-2-

L1

W2 L2

U2

L2

V2

U1 V1 W1 PE

L1-L2-L3 =
NETZANSCHLSSE /
PHASE CONDUCTORS

SIZE 3 / BAUGRSSE 3
L/N-230 V =
THE SUPPLY OF THE FANS /
VERSORGUNG FR LFTER

PE = ERDE / GROUND
1U-1V-1W;2U-2V-2W =
MOTORENLEITER /
MOTOR CONDUCTORS

INTERNE VERBINDUNGEN ZW. HAUPTELEKTRONIK UND DEM SOFT-START GERT WERDEN DURCH VSB SAWEWA WERSEITIG VORGENOMMEN.

CONNECTION DIAGRAM
SIZE 2-3 / BAUGRSSE 2-3
"W3" - SPECIAL CONNECTION / SONDERBESCHALTUNG
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VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

C:\dokumentation\ddalic180800

VSB E-START

VSB KLIMA-START

E150**** - E500****

E150**** - E500****

L-N
PLEASE CONNECT 230V FOR
THE SUPPLY OF THE FANS
L-N
FR LFTER 230V ANSCHLIESSEN

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-4ST2 ST1

1 L34 1 L2 41 L1 4

LN
230 V

TR7

L2

L1

VSSTA
BRT100-5
E

R ER LE R
4L ER
3 LE 2L 1

L3

4J
61 R
M
S
O
F
TL
C
U
R
E
T
IN
S
IB
P
IT
ERTA
M
IPEPRESETS
T
O
P
M
IR
T
IN
T
M
IH
EO
S
V
IU
N
P
1 P
2P
3 456
S
W
1100S
W
2
123
3
0
S
E
CSEC
8
J

LN
230V

123J
J
2891
011
21
3 1
41
51
61
71
81
9

TR7

SW2
100 SEC
30SEC
J8
P3
SW1
12 3 4 5 6

L3 W

P2

VSB
ESTART 100-5

RAMP PRESET
TIME

L2 V

P1

REL1

4 J6 1

REL2

J12 3

REL3

J7 1 2

L1 U

L1 U

REL4

SOFT CURRENTINHIBITSUPERSTOP LIMIT TIME VISION

ST2

ST1

712
J

J28 9 10 11 1213 1415 16 1718 19

L2 V

L3 W

PE = ERDE / GROUND

L1-L2-L3 =
NETZANSCHLSSE /
PHASE CONDUCTORS

U-V-W =
MOTORENLEITER /
MOTOR CONDUCTORS

INTERNE VERBINDUNGEN ZW. HAUPTELEKTRONIK UND DEM SOFT-START GERT WERDEN DURCH VSB SAWEWA WERSEITIG VORGENOMMEN.

NEW

CONNECTION DIAGRAM
SIZE 4 / BAUGRSSE 4
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GENERATION

VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

C:\dokumentation\ddalic180800

VSB KLIMA START

VSB E-START

K006E***

E006E***

L3

L2

L1

TR7

30 SEC
J8

SW2
100 SEC

VSB
ESTART 100-5

1 2 3 4 5 6

SW1
P2
P1

P3

PRESET
RAMP
TIME

1
J6

REL1

2 3

L1 N

J2

REL2

J1

REL3

12

REL4

SOFT CURRENT INHIBIT SUPERTIME VISION


STOP LIMIT

ST2

ST1

J7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

U N

L1 /N =
NETZANSC HL SSE /
PH ASE COND UCTORS

PE - ERD E/GROU ND

U-N=
MOTOREN LEITER
MOTOR CONDU CTOR S

INTERNE VERBINDUNGEN ZW. HAUPTELEKTRONIK UND DEM SOFT-START GERT WERDEN DURCH VSB SAWEWA WERSEITIG VORGENOMMEN.

CONNECTION DIAGRAM
SINGLEPHASE / EINPHASIG
SIZE 1 / BAUGRSSE 1
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GENERATION

VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

C:\dokumentation\ddalic180800

6.5

140

4 1

L2

L1

4
1 2 3 4 5 6

210

L3

230

1
REL4

REL3

REL2

10

REL1

120

120
100
5

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-1-

12

10

25

10
50

215

48

535

L3

4 1

L2

L1

354

REL3

REL2

REL1

L2 V

L3 W

150

48

REL4

450

1 2 3 4 56

L1 U

515

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-4-

DIMENSIONS
SIZE 1 - 4 / BAUGRSSE 1 - 4
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VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

C:\dokumentation\ddalic180800

100
100

300
300

130
130

6.5

190

L3

4 1

L2

110
110
1

L1

4
4
4 1

10

260
260

300
300

L3

280

300
300

L2

L1

6.5

176

120
120

280
280

40

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-2-

190
190

130
130

10

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-3-

6.5

130
130

6.5

300

P2

P3

SW1

280
300

300
300

280

300

L3

4 1

L2

L1

P1

2-

3-

4-

5-

2-

3-

4-

5-

CL 03

2T1

max 135

30

170

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-2A-

max 150

4T2

6T3

14No

2T1

4T2

6T3

14No

280
280

40

SIZE / BAUGRSSE
-3A-

DIMENSIONS
SIZE 2-2A-3-3A / BAUGRSSE 2-2A-3-3A
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GENERATION

VSB
SAWEWA SOFT-START

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