Emerson 4000 Handbook

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ASCO POWER TECHNOLOGIES CANADA PO Box 1238, 17 Airport Road, Brantford, Ontario, Canada N3T 5T3
telephone 519 758–8450, fax 519 758–0876, for service call 1 888 234–2726 (ASCO) www.asco.ca
User’s Guide
Group 5 Controller
for 4000 & 7000 Seri es
Automatic Transfer Switch Products
4–line
LCD
display
Enter/Save
Settings
key
Esc
key
Menu Scroll
(left/right)
keys
Increase (up)/
Decrease (down)
Value keys
cut–out opening
in enclosure
door
Power Control Center keypad and display
DANGER is used in this manual to warn of high
voltages capable of causi ng shock, burns, or death.
WARNINGisusedinthismanualtowarn
of possible personal injury.
CAUTIONisusedinthismanualtowarn
of possible equipment damage.
Refer to the outline and wiring drawings provided with
the 4000 or 7000 Seri es ATS product for all installation
and connection details and accessories.
Refer to the Operator’s Manual for the ASCO 4000 or
7000 Series ATS product for installation, functional
testing, sequence of operation,and troubleshooting.
Description
A SCO 4000 & 7000 Series A u tomatic Transfer Switch
products utilize the Group 5 Controller for sensing,
timing, and control functions. This state–of–the art
micro p roc e sso r–based c ontroller in c lu d es a b u ilt – in
keypad and a fo u r– line LCD display. All mon it o rin gan d
control functions can be done with the enclosure door
closed for g reat er con ven ien ce. In addit ion , all chan g es
in voltage setting s (exc ep t for nomin al voltage) and time
delayscanbemadethroughasystemofmenus.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
section-page
OVERVIEW
Controls 1-1..............................
Settings 1-2..............................
SETTINGS
How to Change a Setting 2-1...............
Voltage & Frequency 2-2...................
Time Delays 2-4..........................
Features 2-6..............................
General 2-8..............................
Engine Exerciser 2-10.....................
View Event Log 2-12.......................
Service Statistics / Diagnostics 2-13......
OPERATING the CONTROLS
Status of ATS and Sources 3-1.............
Display Messages and Their Meanings 3-2...
DESCRIPTION of OPERATION
Open–Transition 4-1.......................
Closed–Transition 4-3......................
Delayed–Transition 4-6....................
APPENDIX
DIP switch actuators A -2...................
V oltage jumper blocks A-4.................
INDEX back page..........................