FPS-CTU-02-00 - FPS Series

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The FPS (Feeder Protection System) is a feeder-protection relay that provides current, voltage, and temperature protection for feeder applications. It offers integrated breaker or contactor control, data logging, and a complete metering package. The FPS is typically used in processing, manufacturing, petroleum, chemical, mining, forestry, water, and waste treatment applications.

Features & Benefits:

  • Eighteen protective functions to extend the life of transformers and feeder cables
  • Meters current, voltage, power, temperature, and more
  • Inverse-time (including IEC and IEEE curves) and definite-time overcurrent and earth-fault protection
  • Breaker or contactor control - integrated OPEN and CLOSE command keys
  • Large 80-character vacuum-fluorescent display
  • Eight digital inputs, five relay outputs, one analog input and output
  • RTD module can be installed remotely (up to 1,200 m) to simplify wiring
  • CSA Class 1 Zone 2 hazardous-location certified OPI and RTD modules
  • Standard Modbus RTU and Allen-Bradley DF1 RS-485 communications
  • Optional Modbus TCP and Ethernet/IP, DeviceNet, PROFIBUS communications
  • Free SE-Comm-RIS PC-interface software
  • Conformally coated circuit boards
  • 10-year warranty
Property (Mouseover for details) Value
Analog Output Current (mA) 4-20
Approvals CSA
Comms RS/TIA-485
DeviceNet
Relay Contacts Three Form A (N.O.); Two Form C (N.O./N.C.)
Supply Voltage (VAC) 65 - 265
Supply Voltage (VDC) 80 - 275

pdf icon FPS Datasheet

pdf icon FPS Manual

The Feeder Protection System (FPS) is a modular system with integrated protection, control, metering, and data-logging functions.

SE-Comm-RIS v4.1 Software

FPS MPS RTD CAD Drawing

pdf icon FPS DeviceNet Manual

This document describes the DeviceNet features supported by the FPS. The FPS supports Explicit and Polled I/O. It does not support the Unconnected Message Manager (UCMM).

pdf icon FPS ModbusTCP EthernetIP Manual

The Ethernet interface supports Modbus TCP and EtherNet/IP. Part A of this manual describes the features of the Modbus TCP version of Ethernet.

pdf icon FPS MPS Profibus Manual

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pdf icon TN MP13 MPS Voltage Sequence Two PT Connection

pdf icon TN MA24 GE Multilin 46 for MPS