1 Matrix APAX 380V-415V 50Hz TECHNICAL REFERENCE MANUAL FORM: MX-TRM-E REL. September 2014 REV MTE Corporation WARNING High Voltage! Only a qualified electrician can carry out the electrical installation of this filter. Quick Reference Selection Guide Pages 6 10 Installation Guide Pages Startup/Troubleshooting Pages Reference Drawings Pages 24 41
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. WARNINGS...3 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS... 3 PRODUCT SAFETY LABELING... 3 GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS INTRODUCTION...5 RECEIPT & REPAIR STATEMENT HOW TO SELECT...6 SELECTION GUIDE... 6 MODEL NUMBER CODE SYSTEM:... 7 MATRIX APAX VOLTS, 50HZ... 8 FILTER EFFICIENCY, WATT LOSS, CAPACITOR CURRENT PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS AGENCY APPROVALS WARRANTY TYPICAL PERFORMANCE DATA TYPICAL HARMONIC SPECTRUM MATRIX APAX %LOAD VS POWER FACTOR PERFORMANCE WITH UNBALANCED LINE VOLTAGE (TYPICAL) ALTITUDE DERATING VOLTAGE DISTORTION DERATING CURVE HOW TO INSTALL INSTALLATION CHECKLIST GROUNDING POWER WIRING CONNECTION BASIC SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM CONTACTOR WIRING OPTION START UP STARTUP CHECKLIST TROUBLESHOOTING HARMONIC FILTER FIELD CHECKS APPENDIX Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
3 List of Figures Figure 5-1: Typical Harmonic Spectrum with and without Matrix APAX...12 Figure 5-2: Power Factor...12 Figure 5-3: Altitude Derating Curve...13 Figure 5-4: Voltage Distortion Derating Curve...14 Figure 6-1: Basic Schematic Diagram...18 Figure 6-2: Panel Mounted Diagram...19 Figure 6-3: Contactor Wiring Block (44A model shown)...20 List of Tables Table 3-1: Matrix APAX V Panel Mount...8 Table 3-2: Filter Efficiency, Watt Loss, Capacitor Current...9 Table 4-1: Performance Specifications...10 Table 4-2: Over Temperature Switch...11 Table 5-1: Performance with Unbalanced Line Voltage (Typical)...13 Table 8-1: Troubleshooting Guide...23 Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
4 1. WARNINGS Warnings and Cautions There are two types of warnings in this manual: WARNING Caution WARNING describes situations that can lead to serious faults, physical injuries, or even death. Caution describes situations that can lead to malfunction or possible equipment damage. The following symbols are used in this manual. WARNING WARNING Caution High Voltage Warning: warns of situations that dangerously high voltage is involved. Failure to use proper precautions may lead to serious injury or even death. General Warning: warns of situations that can result in serious injury or death if proper precautions are not used. General Caution: identifies situations that could lead to malfunction or possible equipment damage. Product Safety Labeling The following labels are placed on the Matrix APAX product: Label notes to installer to refer to instruction manual first before installing. High Voltage: surfaces on product can have high voltage which can cause injury. Wait five minutes for capacitors to discharge. Verify safe voltage level before servicing. Connect Thermal Switch: connecting the thermal switch can reduce risk of damage. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
5 WARNING WARNING Caution General Safety Instructions High Voltage! Only a qualified electrician can carry out the electrical installation of this filter. High voltage is used in the operation of this filter. Use Extreme caution to avoid contact with high voltage when operating, installing or repairing this filter. Injury or death may result if safety precautions are not observed. The opening of the branch circuit protective device may be an indication that a fault current has been interrupted. To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, current-carrying parts and other components of the filter should be examined and replaced if damaged. An upstream disconnect/protection device must be used as required by the National Electrical Code (NEC) or governing authority. Even if the upstream disconnect/protection device is open, the drive down stream of the filter may feedback high voltage to the filter. The drive safety instructions must be followed. Injury or death may result if safety precautions are not observed. The filter must be grounded with a grounding conductor connected to all grounding terminals. Only spare parts obtained from MTE Corporation or an authorized MTE distributor can be used. After removing power, allow at least five minutes to elapse and verify that the capacitors have discharged to a safe level before contacting internal components. Connect a DC voltmeter across the capacitor terminals and ensure that the voltage is at a safe level. Loose or improperly secured connections may damage or degrade filter performance. Visually inspect and secure all electrical connections before power is applied to the filter. Product should not be mounted on wood or any other combustible surface. Doing so could lead to fire or damage to the product. The user of this filter must assure that the input voltage and frequency is correct for the filter rating and that the voltage applied falls within the rated operating tolerance envelop specified for the filter. For sever power line applications where the power feed is likely to experience surges and transients that exceed the input voltage rating, it is recommended that a TVSS (Transient Voltage Surge Suppression) or SPD (Surge Protection Device) be deployed ahead of the filter to reduce the possibility of exceeding the filter rated voltage. Consult with TVSS or SPD manufacturer to determine the correct protection for your power line conditions. Filter must be mounted in the proper orientation per labeling. Fans must be operating properly before powering up the filter. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
6 2. INTRODUCTION The purpose of the manual is to properly specify, size, install, interconnect and operate the Matrix APAX filter. For most current information, please refer to website This manual is intended for use by personnel experienced in the operation and maintenance of inverters. Because of the high voltages required by the filter, inverter and the potential dangers presented by rotating machinery, it is essential that all personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of this filter know and practice the necessary safety precautions for this type of equipment. Personnel should read and understand the instructions contained in this manual before installing, operating or servicing the filter and inverter to which it is connected. Receipt & Repair Statement Upon Receipt of this Filter: The Matrix APAX Harmonic Filter has been subjected to demanding factory tests before shipment. Carefully inspect the shipping container for damage that may have occurred in transit. Then unpack the filter and carefully inspect for any signs of damage. Save the shipping container for future transport of the filter. In the event of damage, please contact and file a claim with the freight carrier involved immediately. If the equipment is not going to be put into service upon receipt, cover and store the filter in a clean, dry location. After storage, ensure that the equipment is dry and that no condensation or dirt has accumulated on the internal components of the filter before applying power. Repair/Exchange Procedure MTE Corporation requires a Return Material Authorization Number and form before we can accept any filters that qualify for return or repair. If problems or questions arise during installation, setup, or operation of the filter, please contact MTE for assistance at: Toll Free: MTE ( ) International Tel: Fax: Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
7 3. HOW TO SELECT Selection Guide The MTE Corporation Matrix APAX Harmonic Filter is designed for harmonic mitigation of 6- pulse inverter drives supplying variable torque loads in a wide variety of applications. The suitability of this filter for a specific application must therefore be determined by the customer. In no event will MTE Corporation assume responsibility or liability for any direct or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this filter, nor will MTE Corporation assume patent liability with respect to the use of information, circuits or equipment described in this instruction manual. Matrix APAX Harmonic Filters are available in Panel Mount configurations. For inverters feeding isolation transformers select a filter with a current rating equal to or greater than that of the transformer primary current. Please verify information below for proper selection: Line Voltage and Frequency: Input voltage from V, 50Hz. See Table 3-1 (p8) for specification. Current Rating: V, Amp Voltage Distortion: See Figure 5-4 (p14) for voltage distortion derating curve. Contactor Option: Matrix APAX is equipped with user installable contactor options. See Contactor Wiring Option (p20). Temperature: See Table 3-1 (p8) for specification. Altitude: 3,300 feet above sea level without derating. See Figure 5-3 (p13) for derating curve. Enclosure Type: Panel Mounted Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
8 Model Number Code System: MX P C Matrix APAX Enclosure Type Current Rating P = Panel Mount (No Enclosure) 0006 is 6 Amps 0083 is 83 Amps 0320 is 320 Amps Voltage Frequency Code C Volts 50 Hz Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
9 Matrix APAX Volts, 50Hz Part Number Selection Tables Panel Mount Filter Amps Rating Part Number Table 3-1: Matrix APAX V Panel Mount App. Wt. (lbs.) App. Wt (kg) Dimensions (in.) (H x W x D) Dimensions (mm) (H x W x D) 6 MXP0006C x 7.4 x x 187 x MXP0008C x 7.4 x x 187 x MXP0011C x 7.4 x x 187 x MXP0014C x 7.4 x x 187 x MXP0021C x 7.6 x x 193 x MXP0027C x 7.6 x x 193 x MXP0034C x 7.6 x x 193 x MXP0044C x 7.6 x x 193 x MXP0052C x 10.6 x x 269 x MXP0066C x 10.6 x x 269 x MXP0083C x 10.6 x x 269 x MXP0103C x 10.6 x x 269 x MXP0128C x 10.6 x x 269 x MXP0165C x 14.8 x x 376 x MXP0208C x 14.8 x x 376 x MXP0240C x 14.8 x x 376 x MXP0320C x 14.8 x x 376 x 396 Ref. Fig. A1 (p25) A2 (p26) A3 (p27) A4 (p28) A5 (p29) A6 (p30) A7 (p31) A8 (p32) A9 (p33) A10 (p34) A11 (p35) A12 (p36) A13 (p37) A14 (p38) A15 (p39) A16 (p40) A17 (p41) Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
10 Filter Efficiency, Watt loss, Capacitor Current Matrix APAX V, 50Hz Maximum Output Amps RMS Table 3-2: Filter Efficiency, Watt Loss, Capacitor Current Efficiency (Typical) (%) Matrix APAX V, 50Hz V Power Rated Current (Typical) (Watts) Capacitor Current V (Typical) Amps RMS % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Note: Use the IEC AC-3 rating for the corresponding filter capacitor current when selecting a contactor. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
11 Total harmonic current distortion* * Typical performance across product range. Service Conditions Input voltage(s) 4. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Performance Specifications Table 4-1: Performance Specifications Maximum output voltage at no load (RMS) +5% Minimum output voltage at full load (RMS) -5% Minimum source impedance 1.5% With DC Link Choke 12% at 40% load 8% at 100% load Without DC Link Choke 17% at 40% load 12% at 100% load Load: 6-pulse variable torque rectifier only VAC +/- 10% Hz. 3 phase Service Factor 1.00 Overload 150% for 1 minute duration with 10% output voltage reduction of nominal of voltage Ambient Temperature (Operating) Open Panel Filters Storage Temperature Altitude Relative Humidity Over Voltage IP Rating Fan Life Expectancy -40 to +50 degrees C -40 to +90 degrees C 0 to 3300 Feet above sea level. Refer to figure 4 for altitude de-rating 0 to 95% non-condensing Category II IP00 80,000 hours at 40C Generator applications: Contactor option is strongly recommended to open capacitors under light load conditions. See section Contactor Wiring Option (p20) for more details. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
12 Agency Approvals UL and cul listed to UL508 Type MX and CSA-C22.2 No File E CE Marked Warranty One year from the date of shipment. See for details. Over Temperature Interlock Table 4-2: Over Temperature Switch NC Switch opens at 180 Deg. +/- 5 Deg. C Current Amps Voltage Contact Load AC Resistive Loads AC Inductive Loads AC Resistive Loads AC Inductive Loads 8 12 VDC Resistive Loads 4 24 VDC Resistive Loads MTE stongly recommends the use of the over temperature switch to prevent damage to the filter in rare instances of overheating from abnormal operating conditions. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
13 5. Typical Performance Data Typical Harmonic Spectrum Harmonic Current [%} Harmonic Number [n] Drive 100% Load Matrix APAX Filter 100% Load Figure 5-1: Typical Harmonic Spectrum with and without Matrix APAX Matrix APAX %Load vs Power Factor Leading pf Matrix APAX %Load Figure 5-2: Power Factor Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
14 Performance with Unbalanced Line Voltage (Typical) Table 5-1: Performance with Unbalanced Line Voltage (Typical) All Components at Nominal Values and Worse Case Service Conditions 100% Load Nominal THID 11.39% 1% Unbalance 11.45% 2% Unbalance 11.50% 3% Unbalance 11.66% 30% Load Nominal THID 17.83% 1% Unbalance 17.88% 2% Unbalance 17.92% 3% Unbalance 17.94% Altitude Derating Figure 5-3: Altitude Derating Curve Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
15 Voltage Distortion Derating Voltage Distortion Derating Curve Derating Factor Voltage Distortion [%] Figure 5-4: Voltage Distortion Derating Curve This plot assists in proper de-rating of a Matrix APAX Harmonic Filter in environments with a preexisting voltage distortion. Example: In a system with 10% voltage distortion, a Matrix filter will need to be oversized by 6% to obtain the same performance as an appropriate filter in a 0% distortion environment. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
16 6. HOW TO INSTALL Installation Checklist WARNING Prior to installation, please refer to all general warnings on page 3. Failure to practice this can result in body injury! Input and output wiring to the filter should be performed by authorized personnel in accordance with NEC and all local electrical codes and regulations. The filter is designed for use with copper conductors with a minimum temperature rating of 75 degrees C. Matrix APAX Panel Mount Do not install in or near a corrosive environment. Avoid locations where the filter would be subjected to excessive vibrations. It is recommended that the panel is mounted vertically with the fan at the bottom to allow airflow upwards and away from the reactors. The panel must be located in the lowest temperature regions of the enclosure generally toward the bottom and away from high temperature components. Figures A1 (p25) to A17 (p41) contain outline drawings for the various ratings and show mounting orientation with bolt patterns. Include the power dissipation of the filter along with all the other components located in the enclosure to determine the internal temperature rise and cooling requirements of the enclosure. Allow a minimum of six inches (6 ) around the fan to allow for proper ventilation. Refer to Article 430 Table of the National Electrical code for the selection of the appropriate enclosure Type Number for your application. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
17 Grounding WARNING The filter must always be grounded with a grounding conductor connected to ground terminals. Cable Shield Grounding For cable shield grounding follow the drive manufactures recommendations. Over Temperature Interlock An over temperature interlock circuit should be used in conjunction with thermal switch to turn off the drive to prevent filter damage due to abnormal operating conditions. The temperature switch is normally closed and will open when an internal reactor temperature of 180 C is reached. See Figure 6-1 (p18) or Figure 6-2 (p19) for wiring information and the drive user manual for interconnection information. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
18 WARNING Power Wiring Connection Input and output power wiring to the filter should be performed by authorized personnel in accordance with the NEC and all local electrical codes and regulations. Cable lugs and mounting hardware are provided by the customer. Any extremely low or high resistance readings indicate a mis-wire and may result in damage to filter components if not corrected. Verify that the power source to which the filter is to be connected is in agreement with the nameplate data on the filter. A fused disconnect switch or circuit breaker should be installed between the filter and its source of power in accordance with the requirements of the NEC and all local electrical codes and regulations. Refer to the drive user manual for selection of the correct fuse rating and class. The filter is designed for use with copper conductors with a minimum temperature rating of 75 degrees C. Refer to the drive user manual for instructions on interconnecting the drive and motor and the correct start-up procedures for the drive. Wiring Checks Using Figure 6-1: Basic Schematic Diagram (p18), visually check the wired components to confirm, verify, and correct wiring. Then, with a multi meter check phase to phase isolation using the 100K ohm range. The multi meter will read the parallel equivalent of the bleeder resistors after the capacitors initially charge. All phase to phase resistance values should be the same. Check for the Following Faults: Capacitor shorted Capacitor bus not connected Capacitor bus to chassis short Paralleling wiring errors Grounding and Ground Fault Protection The filter must always be grounded with a grounding conductor connected to all ground terminals. Due to high leakage currents associated with variable frequency drives, ground fault protective devices do not necessarily operate correctly when placed ahead of a Matrix Filter feeding a drive. When using this type of device, its function should be tested in the actual installation. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
21 Contactor Wiring Option The Matrix APAX comes with a user configurable contactor wiring block. This option allows the user to add disconnect options to meet their applications. Figure 6-3 (p20) shows a representation of the contactor wiring block (the terminal block varies depending on model size). Refer to Figure 6-2 (p19) for the wiring diagram. The units will be shipped with factory installed jumpers as shown in the figure. Jumpers must be removed for installation of contactor option. Figure 6-3: Contactor Wiring Block (44A model shown) Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
22 7. START UP Startup Checklist Safety Precautions Before startup, observe the following warnings and instructions: WARNING Internal components of the filter are at line potential when the filter is connected to the drive. This voltage is extremely dangerous and may cause death or severe injury if you come in contact with it. Use extreme caution to avoid contact with line voltage when checking for power. INJURY OR DEATH MAY RESULT IF SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED. Damage to equipment or serious injury may occur if the inverter startup procedures are not observed. Sequence of Operation 1. Read and follow safety precautions. 2. For units with fans, install the unit so that fans are at the bottom to allow airflow upwards over the reactors. 3. After installation, ensure that: a. All filter ground terminals are connected to ground. b. Power wiring to the utility, drive and motor is in accordance with the power wiring connection diagrams shown in installation instructions section. 4. Check that moisture has not condensed on the filter components. If moisture is present, do not proceed with startup until the moisture has been removed. 5. Disconnect the filter output from the drive. 6. Connect the filter to the utility. 7. Confirm that line voltage is present at the input terminals (U, V1, W1) of the filter. 8. Confirm that line voltage is present at the output terminals (U2, V2, W2) of the filter and that it is less than or equal to 1.05 times the input voltage. 9. Verify that the fans are operational on units that are equipped with fans. 10. Ensure that the thermal switch is connected. 11. Using a clamp on Amp meter, check input phase currents to verify they are within a 5% match to each other and approximately 30% of filter current rating. 12. Remove power and verify that NO VOLTAGE is present on the filter terminals. 13. Connect the filter output to the drive. 14. Refer to the drive user manual for the drive startup procedure. Observe all safety instructions in the drive user manual. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
23 8. TROUBLESHOOTING WARNING INJURY OR DEATH MAY RESULT IF THE DRIVE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED. When properly installed, this equipment has been designed to provide maximum safety for operating personnel. However, hazardous voltages and elevated temperatures exist within the confines of the enclosure. Servicing should therefore be performed by qualified personnel only and in accordance with OSHA Regulations. High voltage is used in the operation of this filter. Use Extreme caution to avoid contact with high voltage when operating, installing or repairing this filter. INJURY OR DEATH MAY RESULT IF SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED. Please refer to Figure 6-1: Basic Schematic Diagram (p18) and Figure 6-2: Panel Mounted Diagram (p19) to aid in troubleshooting. Harmonic Filter Field Checks 1. Read and understand the voltage appropriate MTE Matrix Filter user manual. These manuals may be downloaded from the web site. Locate figures and drawings for your particular filter and identify the terminal locations. 2. Disconnect all power and remove input power wiring from U1, V1, W1 terminals. 3. Remove VFD drive power connections from filter terminals U2, V2, W2 and any contactor or temperature switch wiring. (For filters using control transformers: remove power fuses on top of transformer.) 4. Visually inspect filter terminals and wiring lugs for signs of heat and corrosion. Contact factory if any wires appear to be missing or cut! 5. Inspect the U4, V4, W4 capacitor interconnect terminals and wiring. 6. Visually inspect all capacitors for signs of case deformation, bowing of the top or terminal damage. Note the CAP- # and date code of any damaged capacitors. 7. Using a multi meter set to read 100K ohms check: a. Phase to phase U1-V1-W1-U1 (mechanically activate contactor if present) after reactor and caps charge reading should be about 40K (total equivalent breeder resistance value) and should be the same for each phase. Open circuit or very low readings indicate a problem. b. Phase to chassis U1- case, V1-case, W1- case; low readings indicate a ground fault problem. 8. Ensure the disconnect is safe, then wire the utility power to U1, V1, W1. 9. Apply power and verify that proper output voltage is present on U2, V2, and W Using a clamp on amp meter read the filter input current: a. Readings will be 0.4 of the capacitor current listed in Table 3-2: Filter Efficiency, Watt Loss, Capacitor Current (p9), for the listed filter current in the user manual (mechanically activate the contactor if the filter is equipped with one). Readings Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
24 should be the same (+/- 5%) for all phase currents; contact the factory if currents are out of tolerance! b. Open contactor readings will show zero current for all phases. 11. Disconnect filter power and wire the VFD to U2, V2, and W2 as well as any control wiring to the filter contactor or temperature switch. Replace any control transformer fuses. Follow the drive power startup guidelines in the drive manufacturer s user manual. Table 8-1: Troubleshooting Guide PROBLEM: Line voltage is not present at the filter output terminals. Possible cause: Power to the filter is turned off. Solution: Turn power on. Possible cause: One or more external line fuses are blown. Solution: Verify the continuity of line fuses in all phases. Replace as necessary. PROBLEM: Full Load Harmonic current distortion exceeds 15% on one or more phases at full load. Possible cause: A capacitor has failed. Solution: Inspect the tops of all capacitors for bowing. Replace failed capacitors. Possible cause: Source impedance is less than 1.5%. Solution: Add a minimum 1.5% impedance line reactor to the filter input. Possible cause: Input source voltage harmonic distortion. Solution: Identify equipment causing harmonic voltage distortion and add filters as required or accept elevated THVD. PROBLEM: Filter output voltage is not within specification Possible cause: Filter input voltage is not within specification. Check the AC input line voltage and verify that it is within tolerance. Refer Solution: to the filter service conditions and performance specifications for tolerances. Possible cause: Source impedance is out of tolerance. Solution: Verify that the source impedance is within tolerance. Refer to the filter service conditions and performance specifications for tolerances. Possible cause: One or more Capacitors is damaged. Solution: Visually check capacitor top for distortion or doming. Check for shorts or open caps. Replace failed capacitors. Possible cause: Drive set up parameter does not allow for input filter Solution: Consult drive manufacturer to update setup to accommodate input filter. Possible cause: Input voltage subject to extreme transients such as switching between two voltage sources. Drive faults on over or under voltage. Source switching is not recommended without proper phase Solution: synchronizing or allowing reasonable time delay before transfer to new source. Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
25 APPENDIX Reference Drawings Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
26 Figure A1: MXP0006C Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
27 Figure A2: MXP0008C Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
28 Figure A3: MXP0011C Form: MX-TRM-E September 2014 REV
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