EMCP 4.2 Control Panel

WIP EMCP 4.2

Benefits & Features

Features

  August 8, 2022

Specifications

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Benefits & Features

Features

EMCP 4 Controls

    The EMCP 4 includes the following controls:
    • Auto / Start / Stop Control
    • Speed and Voltage Adjust
    • Engine Cycle Crank
    • Programmable Cycle Timer
    • 24-volt DC operation
    • Environmental sealed front face
    • Text alarm/event descriptions

Digital Indicators

    • RPM
    • DC volts
    • Operating hours
    • Oil pressure (psi, kPa or bar)
    • Coolant temperature
    • Volts (L-L & L-N), frequency (Hz)
    • Amps (per phase & average)
    • ekW, kVA, kVAR, kW-hr, %kW, PF

Warning / Shutdown Indicators

    The EMCP 4 has common LED indicators of the following warning and shutdown conditions
    • Low oil pressure
    • High coolant temperature
    • Overspeed
    • Emergency stop
    • Failure to start (overcrank)
    • Low coolant temperature
    • Low coolant level

Programmable Protective Relaying

    • Generator phase sequence
    • Over/Under voltage (27/59)
    • Over/Under Frequency (81 o/u)
    • Reverse power (kW) (32)
    • Reverse reactive power (kVAr) (32RV)
    • Overcurrent (50/51)

Communications

    • Six digital inputs
    • Emergency stop pushbutton
    • Six relay outputs (Form A)
    • Two relay outputs (Form C)
    • Two digital outputs
    • One Analog Input
    • customer data link (Modbus RTU)
    • Accessory module data link
    • Serial annunciator module data link

Compatibility

    The EMCP 4 is compatible with:
    • Remote CAN annunciator
    • Remote serial annunciator
    • Local Annunciator
    • Remote Monitoring Software
    • Digital I/O module
    • RTD module
    • Thermocouple module

Standard Equipment

  • Control
    • Auto / Start / Stop control
    • Remote start / stop
    • Speed and voltage adjust
    • Engine Cooldown Timer
    • Local and remote emergency stop
    • Engine Cycle Crank
    • Programmable Cycle Timer
  • Display
    • A 33 x 132 pixel, 3.8 inch, graphical display denotes text alarm/event descriptions, set points, engine and generator monitoring and is visible in all lighting conditions
  • Generator Monitoring
    • Voltage (L-L, L-N)
    • Current (Phase)
    • Average Volt, Amp, Frequency
    • kW, kVAr, kVA (Average, Phase, %)
    • Power Factor (Average, Phase)
    • kW-hr, kVAr-hr (total)
  • Generator Protection
    • Over/Under voltage (27/59)
    • Over/Under frequency (81/OU)
    • Generator phase sequence
    • Overcurrent (50/51)
    • Reverse Power (kW)(32)
    • Reverse Reactive Power (kVAr) (32RV)
  • Engine Monitoring
    • Engine speed (RPM)
    • Battery voltage
    • Oil pressure
    • Oil Temperature
    • Coolant temperature
    • Multiple Language Support
    • Crank attempt and successful start counter
    • Run hours
    • Enhanced engine monitoring (with electronic engines)
  • Engine Protection
    • Low engine oil pressure (alarm)
    • High engine oil temp (alarm and shutdown)
    • High coolant temp (alarm and shutdown)
    • Low coolant temp (alarm)
    • Low coolant level (alarm)
    • Overcrank
    • Overspeed
    • Control switch not in auto (alarm)
    • Low, high, and weak battery voltage
  • Communications
    • Primary and accessory CAN data links
    • RS-485 annunciator data link
    • Modbus RTU (RS-485 Half duplex)
  • Inputs & Outputs
    • Six programmable form A dry contacts
    • Two programmable form C dry contacts
    • Two digital outputs
    • Two dedicated analog inputs
    • One programmable analog input
    • Two dedicated digital inputs
    • Six programmable digital inputs
  • Language Support
    • Arabic, Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Japanese, Norwgian, Polish, Portguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish & Turkish
  • Environmental
    • Control module operating temperature: -40°C to 70°C
    • Display operating temperature: -20°C to 70°C
    • Humidity: 100% condensing 30°C to 60°C
    • Storage temperature: -40°C to 85°C
    • Vibration: Random profile, 24-1000 Hz, 4.3G ms

Optional Equipment

  • Generator Monitoring
    • Excitation voltage and current (with CDVR)
    • Generator stator and bearing temp (with optional module)
  • CAN Annunciator
    • The EMCP 4 CAN Annunciator serves to display genset system alarm conditions and status indications.The annunciator has been designed for use on the accessory communication network and may be used in either local (package mounted) or remote (up to 800 feet) application.
    • A maximum of three annunciators may be used with a single EMCP 4.2
  • RS-485 Annunciator
    • The EMCP 4 RS-485 Annunciator serves to display genset system alarm conditions and status indications.The annunciator has been designed for use on the long distance annunciator datalink and is used for remote (up to 4000 feet) application.
  • Remote Monitoring Software
    • The EMCP 4 remote monitoring software package is a PC based program which allows the user tomonitor and control a generator set, and is capable of running on a Windows based operating system.The remote monitoring software allows the user to configure data monitoring and data acquisitionprocesses for monitoring, graphing, and logging of genset data.
  • Digital Input/Output Module
    • The Digital Input/Output (DI/O) module serves to provide expandable Input and Output capability of the EMCP 4 and is capable of reading 12 digitalinputs and setting 8 relay outputs. The DI/Omodule has been designed for use on the accessoryCommunication Network and may be used in either local (package mounted) or remote (up to 800 feet) application.
    • A maximum of four DI/O modules may be used with a single EMCP 4.2.
  • RTD Module
    • The RTD module serves to provide expandable generator temperature monitoring capability of the EMCP 4 and is capable of reading up to eight type 2-wire, 3-wire and 4-wire RTD inputs. The RTD Module has been designed for use on the Accessory Communication Network and may be used in either local (package mounted) or remote (up to 800 feet) application.
    • A maximum of one RTD Module may be used with a single EMCP 4.2.
  • Thermocouple Module
    • The thermocouple module serves to provide expandable engine and generator temperature monitoring capability of the EMCP 4 and iscapable of reading up to twenty Type J or K thermocouple inputs. The thermocouple module has been designed for use on the accessory communication Network and may be used in either local (package mounted) or remote (up to 800 feet) application.
    • A maximum of one thermocouple module may be used with a single EMCP 4.2 on each datalink.

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