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HOW TO WIRE MGR PHASE-SHIFT TRIGGER MODULE?

INTRODUCTION:

The phase-shift trigger module is a device for adjusting the conduction angle of the power thyristor (i.e., phase-shift) . The phase-shift trigger module cannot work solely, it can be combined with a synchronous transformer, a solid state relay / power thyristor circuit and etc. to form a voltage regulator to adjust the load voltage from 0 to max.
If you don't have a synchronous transformer? Don’t have a solid state relay or power thyristor output circuit? Don’t need the control device isolated from the load? Need more streamlined wiring? Need a more compact installation space? Need lower overall price and cost of use? Then we recommend that you directly select the "Voltage Regulator ", and learn how to wire the voltage regulator.
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CONTENTS



1. How to wire Solid State Relay Phase-shift Trigger Module 

1.1 Single Phase Solid State Relay Phase-shift Trigger Module

1.2 Three Phase Solid State Relay Phase-shift Trigger Module

2. How to wire Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module 

2.1 Single Phase Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

2.2 Single Phase Dual Channel Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

2.3 Three Phase Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

1. How to wire Solid State Relay Phase-shift Trigger Module

1.1 Single Phase Solid State Relay Phase-shift Trigger Module

SSR-JKZK, SSR-JKWK series
This single phase solid state relay phase-shift trigger module needs to be equipped with an 18VAC synchronous transformer, a random conduction type solid state relay (or random fire solid state relay), so it is also called a single phase random conduction type solid state relay phase-shift trigger module (or single phase random fire ssr phase trigger module). According to the installation methods, the solid state relay phase-shift trigger module can be divided into PCB mounting type (SSR-JKZK), Panel mounting type (SSR-JKWK). SSR-JKZK is directly mounted on the printed circuit board without heat sink, and cooled by natural cooling; SSR-JKWK is mounted to the metal baseplate or heat sink, and cooled by forced cooling.
● The ① and ② ports are connected to the 18VAC secondary winding of the synchronous transformer to offer the power supply and the synchronous reference for the phase-shift trigger;
● The ③ port is the internal common ground terminal.
● The ④ port is the output terminal.
● The ⑤ port is the internal common ground terminal. If the phase-shift trigger is controlled by the external automatic control circuit, the ⑤ port will be connected to the ground of the external control circuit.
● The ⑥ port is the control terminal. When there is a 0.5V voltage signal inputted to the ⑥ port, a wide pulse (whose phase can be shifted from 180° to 0°) will be produced on the output terminal ④ port (for resistive loads).
● The ⑦ port is the +5V voltage terminal generated inside the module. If the ⑤, ⑥, ⑦ ports are connected to the external potentiometer to apply the manual control method, the ⑦ port acts as the power supply for it; if the control signal is provided by external control circuit to apply the automatic control method, the ⑦ port should be left floating.
● CON must be positive relative to COM, and if the polarity is opposite, the output terminal will be out of control (fully open or fully closed).
● ① and ② ports are connected to the secondary winding of the synchronous transformer, which allows a voltage of 18VAC ± 5VAC and a power of 2W.
● The +5V voltage signal on ⑦ port is only provided for the manual potentiometer (the selected resistance is between 2~10KΩ), not for other uses.
● The pulse level of the ④ port is around 10V, and the maximum output current is 12mA. The phase-shift trigger module can directly match the random conduction type solid state relay produced by our company.
● The AC power grid frequency of the phase-shift trigger module must be 50 Hz.
● The control signal can be divided into automatic control signal (E type: 0~5VDC, F type: 0~10VDC, H type: 1~5VDC, G type: 4~20mA) and manual control signal (potentiometer).

Note:
1) Before installation and use, please confirm whether the specifications (such as input current, input voltage, output current, output voltage and etc.) of the random conduction type solid state relay phase-shift trigger module meet the requirements of the application.
2) MGR-DT series regulator module can replace SSR-JKWK series. MGR-DT integrates the synchronous transformer, the phase detection circuit, the phase-shift trigger circuit and the power thyristor output circuit. MGR-DT has a lower overall price and cost of use.
3) If the requirements of your application are low (e.g., no need for complete isolation of input signal and output voltage, only one type of control signal, etc.), then you can use the following instead: Potentiometer type voltage regulator MGR-R40A , Industrial Potentiometer type voltage regulator MGR-HVR120A , voltage signal type voltage regulator MGR-1VD2440G , pulse signal type voltage regulator MGR-25DV .

How to wire MGR mager SSR-JKZK, SSR-JKWK single phase solid state relay phase-shift trigger module? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

1.2 Three Phase Solid State Relay Phase-shift Trigger Module

SSR-3JKEG series
This three phase solid state relay phase-shift trigger module integrates the three phase phase-detection circuit, the phase-shift circuit, the control circuit and the trigger circuit. SSR -3JK series needs to be equipped with an TB-3 synchronous transformer, three random conduction type solid state relays (or random fire solid state relay), so it is also called a three phase random conduction type solid state relay phase-shift trigger module (or three phase random fire ssr phase trigger module).
● The entire circuit can be applied to 380VAC (300~420VAC), 50Hz power grid. The three phase input cables (R, S, T) in the main circuit has no phase sequence requirements, but the input cables must be strict one-to-one correspondence with the output terminals of the solid state relay, TB-3, and SSR-3JK (such as T corresponding to SSR1 and CON1), otherwise the system will not work normally.
● CON must be positive relative to COM, and if the polarity is opposite, the output terminal will be out of control (fully open or fully closed).
● The four COM ports of the SSR-3JK are connected together inside the module to form the weak current "earth ground" (fully isolated with the neutral line "N line" of the synchronous transformer), which will be connected to the DC "earth ground" controlled by the external circuit when choose the automatic control mode.
● The power of the three phase load should be balanced.
● SSR-3JK and TB-3 generate very little heat and do not need to be mounted on a heat sink.
● The control signal can be divided into automatic control signal (E type: 0~5VDC, F type: 0~10VDC, H type: 1~5VDC, G type: 4~20mA) and manual control signal (potentiometer).

Note:
1) Before installation and use, please confirm whether the specifications (such as input current, input voltage, output current, output voltage and etc.) of the three phase solid state relay phase-shift trigger module meet the requirements of the application.
2) MGR-STY (or MGR-ST) series regulator module can replace SSR -3JK series. MGR-STY integrates the three phase phase-detection circuit, the phase-shift circuit, the trigger circuit and three sets of reverse-parallel SCR thyristor, MGR-STY has a lower overall price and cost of use.

How to wire MGR mager SSR-3JKEG three phase solid state relay phase-shift trigger module? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

2. How to wire Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

2.1 Single Phase Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

SCR-JKK, TRIAC-JKK series
This single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module series needs to be equipped with an 18VAC synchronous transformer, and a power thyristor output circuit. According to the output thyristor type of the power thyristor output circuit, it can be divided into SCR-JKK, TRAIC-JKK. SCR-JKK is used for the SCR power thyristor output circuit; TRAIC-JKK is used for TRAIC power thyristor output.
● The ① and ② ports are connected to the 18VAC secondary winding of the synchronous transformer to offer the power supply and the synchronous reference for the phase-shift trigger
● The ③ port is connected to the trigger gate of the thyristor
● The ④ port is connected to the anode of the SCR thyristor or the main electrode T1 of the TRIAC thyristor
● The ⑤ port is the internal common ground terminal. If the phase-shift trigger is controlled by the external automatic control circuit, the ⑤ port will be connected to the ground of the external control circuit
● The ⑥ port is the control terminal. When there is a 0.5V voltage signal inputted to the ⑥ port, the thyristor on the ③ and ④ ports will be triggered in the phase-shift range of 180°~0°
● The ⑦ port is the +5V voltage terminal generated inside the module. If the ⑤, ⑥, ⑦ ports are connected to the external potentiometer to apply the manual control method, the ⑦ port acts as the power supply for it; if the control signal is provided by external control circuit to apply the automatic control method, the ⑦ port should be left floating.
● CON must be positive relative to COM, and if the polarity is opposite, the output terminal will be out of control (fully open or fully closed).
● ① and ② ports are connected to the secondary winding of the synchronous transformer, which allows a voltage of 18VAC ± 5VAC and a power of 2W.
● The +5V voltage signal on ⑦ port is only provided for the manual potentiometer (the selected resistance is between 2~10KΩ), not for other uses. Note: The G type (4~20mA as control signal) cannot be manually adjusted by the potentiometer, so the +5V port is useless for the G type.
● The phase-shift trigger module can trigger thyristors within 1000A current (please pay attention to the connection method of the trigger terminal).
● In the RC circuit, the resistance is generally 15~30Ω, 3W or more; the capacitance is 0.1~0.47μF, 250VAC/400VAC or above; and the positions of R and C are not interchangeable.
● One end of C should be connected to the cathode of the single phase thyristor or the main electrode T2 of the TRIAC)
● The control signal can be divided into automatic control signal (E type: 0~5VDC, F type: 0~10VDC, H type: 1~5VDC, G type: 4~20mA) and manual control signal (potentiometer).

Note:
1) Before installation and use, please confirm whether the specifications (such as input current, input voltage, output current, output voltage and etc.) of the single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module meet the requirements of the application.
2) MGR-DT series half-wave type regulator module(one SCR as the output component)can replace SCR-JKK series. MGR-DT series ordinary type regulator module(one TRIAC as the output component)can replace TRAIC-JKK series. MGR-DT integrates the synchronous transformer, the phase detection circuit, the phase-shift trigger circuit and the thyristor output circuit. MGR-DT has a lower overall price and cost of use.

How to wire MGR mager SCR-JKK single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.1A, SCR-JKK circuit wiring diagram

How to wire MGR mager SCR-JKK single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module (static dv/dt improved version)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.1B, SCR-JKK circuit wiring diagram (static dv/dt improved version)

How to wire MGR mager TRAIC-JKK single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.1C, TRAIC-JKK circuit wiring diagram 1

How to wire MGR mager TRAIC-JKK single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module (static dv/dt improved version)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.1D, TRAIC-JKK circuit wiring diagram 1 (static dv/dt improved version)

How to wire MGR mager TRAIC-JKK single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.1E, TRAIC-JKK circuit wiring diagram 2

2.2 Single Phase Dual Channel Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

SCR-JKK/2 series
The principle of the single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module (SCR-JKK/2) is: On the basis of SCR-JKK, add one thyristor trigger signal of the negative half period to achieve the simultaneous phase-shift adjustment of the positive and negative half periods of two single phase thyristors in the single phase circuit. Except for it, the parameters and performance of SCR-JKK/2 are the same as SCR-JKK.
● SPECIAL ATTENTION: TRIAC-JKK, SCR-JKK and SCR-JKK/2 these three types modules adopt strong electric trigger mode, so when the module cannot be triggered to conduction due to the damage of the thyristor gate, if there still remains voltage on the trigger module, the current of the power grid will enter from the A port and then pass through the G port to the load, and the vast majority of the power grid voltage will be applied to both ends of A and G, after that there will be huge heat generated caused by the high voltage and current, which will burn and damage internal components connected to the both ends of A and G in few seconds. It is the main deficiency of these three kinds of module s that the trigger module will be damaged caused by the damage of the gate of the thyristor.
● IMPROVEMENT DESCRIPTIONS: For these phase-shift trigger module series, in order to improve the static dv/dt of the voltage regulation system (consisting of the phase-shift trigger module, the thyristor and the synchronous transformer) and also prevent the voltage regulation system from being damaged by the transient voltage (once switched and powered on), the load circuit should be changed the following static dv/dt improved version: The A port of the phase-shift trigger module should be connected to the midpoint of the corresponding RC snubber loop, and the connection method of R and C must be as shown in the figure (that is, one end of R should be connected to the anode of the single-phase thyristor or the main electrode T1 of the TRIAC, and one end of C should be connected to the cathode of the single phase thyristor or the main electrode T2 of the TRIAC), and the positions of R and C cannot be exchanged. The resistance of the RC circuit is generally 15~30Ω, 3W or more, and the capacitance is 0.1~0.47μf, 250VAC/400VAC or more.

Note:
1) Before installation and use, please confirm whether the specifications (such as input current, input voltage, output current, output voltage and etc.) of the single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module meet the requirements of the application.
2) If SCR-JKK/2 is used for voltage regulator circuit, MGR-DT series can replace SCR-JKK/2 series. MGR-DT integrates the synchronous transformer, the phase detection circuit, the phase-shift trigger circuit and the thyristor output circuit. MGR-DT has a lower overall price and cost of use.
3) If SCR-JKK/2 is used for voltage regulation rectifier circuit, MGR-DQZ series can replace SCR-JKK/2 series. integrates the fully-controlled bridge rectifier (consisting of four SCR thyristors), the phase-shift circuit and the trigger circuit. MGR -DQZ has a lower overall price and cost of use.

How to wire MGR mager single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module (SCR-JKK/2)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.2A, SCR-JKK/2 circuit wiring diagram 1

How to wire MGR mager single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module (SCR-JKK/2)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.2B, SCR-JKK/2 circuit wiring diagram 2

How to wire MGR mager single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module (SCR-JKK/2)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.2C, SCR-JKK/2 circuit wiring diagram 3

How to wire MGR mager single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module (SCR-JKK/2) (static dv/dt improved version)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.2D, SCR-JKK/2 circuit wiring diagram 1 (static dv/dt improved version)

How to wire MGR mager single phase dual channel thyristor phase-shift trigger module (SCR-JKK/2) (static dv/dt improved version)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.2E, SCR-JKK/2 circuit wiring diagram 2 (static dv/dt improved version)

2.3 Three Phase Thyristor Phase-shift Trigger Module

SX-JK series
The three phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module integrates the three phase phase-detection circuit, the phase-shift circuit, the control circuit and the trigger circuit. This single phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module series needs to be equipped with an TB-3A/TB-3Z synchronous transformer, and a three phase power thyristor output circuit. SX-JK can be divided into four series: three phase SCR type phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKA), three phase TRIAC type phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKT), three phase fully-controlled rectification phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKZ) and three phase half-controlled rectification phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKB).
● The three phase AC voltage regulation circuit has no phase sequence requirements, but the three phase input cables (R, S, T) in the three phase rectifier circuit has phase sequence requirements. Besides, the input cables and the thyristor (such as R corresponding to the anode of KP1 and the cathode of KP4), the synchronous transformer module and the three phase trigger must be strictly one-to-one correspondence, otherwise the system will not work normally.
● The trigger terminals of the three phase trigger (such as A1, G1, ..., A6, G6) adopt the strong current trigger mode, which can trigger any SCR thyristor within 1000A current. The connection method of the so-called strong current trigger mode is to connect A1 and G1 (corresponding to the anode and gate of KP1) instead of the usual cathode and gate.
● CON must be positive relative to COM, and if the polarity is opposite, the output terminal will be out of control (fully open or fully closed).
● The power of the three phase load should be balanced.
● In the RC circuit, the resistance is generally 15~30Ω, 3W or more; the capacitance is 0.1~0.47μF, 250VAC/400VAC or above; and the positions of R and C are not interchangeable.
● One end of C should be connected to the cathode of the single phase thyristor or the main electrode T2 of the TRIAC)
● The control signal can be divided into automatic control signal (E type: 0~5VDC, F type: 0~10VDC, H type: 1~5VDC, G type: 4~20mA) and manual control signal (potentiometer).

Note:
1) Before installation and use, please confirm whether the specifications (such as input current, input voltage, output current, output voltage and etc.) of the three phase thyristor phase-shift trigger module meet the requirements of the application.
2) MGR-STY series can replace SX-JKA and SX-JKT series. MGR- STY integrates the three phase phase-detection circuit, the phase-shift circuit, the trigger circuit and three sets of reverse-parallel SCR thyristors. MGR-STY has a lower overall price and cost of use.

How to wire MGR mager three phase SCR type phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKA)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.3A, SX-JKA circuit wiring diagram

How to wire MGR mager three phase SCR type phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKA) (static dv/dt improved version)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.3B, SX-JKA circuit wiring diagram (static dv/dt improved version)

How to wire MGR mager three phase TRIAC type phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKT)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.3C, SX-JKT circuit wiring diagram

How to wire MGR mage rthree phase fully-controlled rectification phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKZ)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.3D, SX-JKZ circuit wiring diagram

How to wire MGR mager three phase fully-controlled rectification phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKZ) (static dv/dt improved version)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.3E, SX-JKZ circuit wiring diagram (static dv/dt improved version)

How to wire MGR mager three phase half-controlled rectification phase-shift trigger module (SX-JKB)? More detail via www.@huimultd.com

Figure 2.3F, SX-JKB circuit wiring diagram