TeSys® T Motor Management System

Schneider TeSys T Motor Management System

The TeSys® T from Schneider Electric gives you both motor control and motor protection. Leverage the new communication capabilities and predictive maintenance functions to increase uptime and avoid costly repairs. It can even improve energy consumption to support any energy reduction or “green” initiatives you may have underway.

Schneider Electric also offers the Model 6 Intelligent MCC (iMCC). Intelligent Motor Control Centers represent the most current technology on the market and means the MCC has new communication features older systems lack (i.e., "intelligence"). Now the operator can monitor all motor loads and motor activity remotely (typically the control room at major plants), without having to send someone to check the load banks.

Benefits of Upgrading to the TeSys® T Motor Management System

  • Motor control and motor protection – Via new communication capabilities and predictive maintenance functions
  • Save time and money – Increase equipment uptime and reduce energy costs
  • Predict and prevent – Comprehensive data collection allows you to monitor current, voltage, power and energy to predict performance and prevent unwanted failure situations, minimizing tripping actions, reducing maintenance costs and (again) reducing downtime
  • Flexibility – Flexible connectivity via the top five communication protocols; flexible control with 10 pre-defined integrated control schemes; flexible commissioning via intuitive commissioning tools
  • Ease of use – Includes easy-to-use configuration software and optional expansion modules
  • Built for harsh environments – Not affected by high or low temperatures, high vibration, moisture or corrosive atmospheres

Basic Functionality

Communication

Supports five major control system communication protocols:
  • DeviceNet
  • Profibus
  • Ethernet
  • Modbus
  • CANopen

Protection Functions

  • Thermal overload
  • Phase imbalance/overload
  • Phase reversal
  • Ground fault detection
  • Long starting time/stalling
  • Automatic load shedding/restarting
  • Load fluctuations (voltage/power)

Metering Functions

  • Current of the 3 phases and average
  • Voltage of the 3 phases and average
  • Motor temperature
  • Ground fault sensing
  • Frequency
  • Power factor, power, energy
 

Resources

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