Eaton Magnum Transfer Switch Specifications

Transfer Switches
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Transfer Switches
February 2007
Contents
Description
Page
Transfer Switch Panels
Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer Switch Equipment
Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer Switch Product Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual Transfer Switches, 30 – 1000 Amperes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Non-Automatic Switches, 30 – 4000 Amperes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Bypass Switches, 100 – 1000 Amperes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches Contactor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Floor-Standing Magnum Transfer Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Magnum Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensions and Weights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-100 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-300 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-600 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-800 Closed Transition Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC Controller Selection Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard and Optional Features for Automatic Transfer Switches . . . . .
Magnum Closed Transition Transfer Switch with Soft Load . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-5000 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Automatic Transfer Switch Family
CA08101001E
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Transfer Switch Equipment
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Automatic Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Panels
Application Description
For more information on “Transfer
Switch Panels,” refer to Section 4 of
this catalog “Advanced Residential
Products.”
A transfer switch is a critical component of any emergency or standby
power system. When the normal
(preferred) source of power is lost,
a transfer switch quickly and safely
shifts the load circuit from the normal
source of power to the emergency
(alternate) source of power. This
permits critical loads to continue
running with minimal or no outage.
After the normal source of power
has been restored, the re-transfer
process returns the load circuit to
the normal power source.
Automatic Transfer Switches
Transfer switches are available with
different operational modes including:
■
■
Automatic Transfer Switch Family
■
Product Description
■
Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer Automatic
Transfer Switches are reliable, rugged,
versatile and compact assemblies
for transferring essential loads and
electrical distribution systems from
one power source to another.
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■
■
Transfer switches can be supplied in
separate enclosures for stand-alone
applications or can be supplied as an
integral component in the following
equipment, see Table 16-1.
Table 16-1. Product Description
Product
Type
Section
Reference
Magnum DS Switchgear
DSII Switchgear
Pow-R-Line Switchboards
Motor Control Centers
Panelboards
19
19
15
18
14
Manual.
Non-automatic.
Automatic.
Bypass isolation.
Soft load.
Maintenance bypass.
The power switching operation of
transfer switches may be separated
into the three (3) key categories of:
■
Open Transition —
Break-before-Make operation.
■ Closed Transition —
Make-before-Break operation.
■ Closed Transition Soft Load —
Both sources are paralleled and
can remain so indefinitely.
The three (3) basic components of
a transfer switch are:
■
Power switching device to shift
the load circuits to and from the
power source.
■ Transfer Logic Controller to monitor
the condition of the power sources
and provide the control signals to
the power switching device.
■ Control power source to supply
operational power to the controller
and switching device.
Typical Applications
All Eaton transfer switches are
designed to meet the requirements set
forth by UL 1008, however, all transfer
switches are not created equal. You
can be assured of safe and reliable
operation from all types of transfer
switches that Eaton offers.
For more information visit: www.eaton.com
Table 16-2. UL 1008 Endurance Testing
ATS
Rating
(Amperes)
0 – 300
301 – 400
401 – 800
Rate of
With
Without Total
Operation Current Current
Per Minute
1
1
1
801 – 1600 0.5
1601 – 4000 0.25
6000
4000
2000
—
—
1000
6000
4000
3000
1500
1000
1500
2000
3000
3000
Table 16-3. UL 1008 Life Expectancy
Minimum Life
Operations Expectancy
in Years
Per Year
With
Current
Applied
Life
Expectancy
in Years
Without
Current
Applied
52
52
52
115
76
38
115
76
57
801 – 1600 52
1601 – 4000 52
28
19
57
57
ATS
Rating
(Amperes)
0 – 300
301 – 400
401 – 800
UL 1008 Endurance Testing
The importance of specifying a UL 1008
transfer switch can be seen in Table
16-2. When specifying any UL 1008
transfer switch, you can be assured
the switch has met and passed the
following endurance testing.
UL 1008 Life Expectancy
Transfer switch applications typically
require a plant exerciser once a week
or once a month. Table 16-3 demonstrates the life expectancy operating
the UL 1008 switch once a week for the
life of the switch.
Utility — Generator
Transfer switches are traditionally
applied between a utility and a
generator set for emergency and
standby power systems.
G
Utility
Service
Disconnect
Generator
Breaker
ATS
Load
Figure 16-1. Standard Application Utility —
Generator
CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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Automatic Transfer Switches
Generator — Generator
Transfer switches are sometimes
applied between two generator sets
for prime power use, often in remote
installations. In such applications,
source power is periodically alternated
between the generator sets to equally
share run-time.
G
Generator
Breaker
G
Generator
Breaker
ATS
Load
Figure 16-2. Standard Application Generator — Generator
Service Entrance Rated Transfer Switches
Modifying the molded case switch in
the transfer switch by adding trip units
and optional ground fault, along with
adding the service entrance option
eliminates the need for separate
upstream disconnect devices and their
respective power interconnections.
This means the Automatic Transfer
Switch (ATS) is installed directly at
the point of service entrance, saving
valuable space and cost.
Typical Transfer Switch Installation
Transfer Switch Installation Rated
For Service Entrance
Utility Service
Utility Service
Service
Disconnect
Service
Disconnect
G
G
Generator
Breaker
ATS
Generator
Breaker
Load
ATS
Load
Figure 16-3. Service Entrance Rated Transfer Switches
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Built-in Protection
All Eaton Molded Case Switches are
“self protected,” such that under
extreme fault conditions, the switch
will open before destroying itself. This
feature allows Eaton to offer “Maintenance Free Contacts” on the molded
case transfer switch. The molded case
switches have instantaneous magnetic
trip units installed in each switch.
These trips are not accessible once
installed by the factory to eliminate
field tapering. The trips are set to a
minimum of 12 to 15 times the rated
current of the molded case device,
well above any coordination set
points. This means they will not interfere with the normal operation of the
distribution system and will only trip
if something is very wrong.
Example: 400 Ampere ATS With 500 Ampere T/M Breaker
400 FLA x 1.25 = 500 Ampere Breaker
Compare 400 Ampere ATS and 500 Ampere LD Breaker
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Misconception: Breaker
Type Switches Susceptible
ATS Trips to Nuisance Tripping.
Breaker Trips
ATS Ok
Time
(Min.)
Reality: Upstream Breaker
Will Trip Before ATS MCS
Trips When Overcurrent
is <7200 A
Breaker Ok
1
2 3 4 5
Current x 1000
Figure 16-4. Built-in Protection
CA08101001E
400 ATS 햲 Will Only Trip at
7200 Amperes 100% Rated
Device per UL 1008
500 Ampere
HLD Breaker
Magnetic Trip 12 x frame rating.
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8
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Product Selection
Table 16-4. Transfer Switch Product Family
Description
Manual
(600 Vac)
(30 – 1000 A)
Transfer Switch Equipment Catalog Numbering System
Type
Orientation Logic
Frame
Switch
Poles
Amperes
Enclosure
Listing
MT = Manual
H = Horizontal
V = Vertical
X = No Logic
Molded Case Device
FD = 30 – 150 A
KD = 150 – 300 A
LD = 400 – 600 A
MD = 600 – 800 A
NB = 800 – 1000 A
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(MCS)
E(MCS)
B = FM,
N(MCB)
E(MCB)
C = FM,
N(MCB)
E(MCS)
D = FM,
N(MCS)
E(MCB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
0030 = 30 A
E = 600 V 60 Hz
0070 = 70 A
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
J = NEMA 12
R = NEMA 3R
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
U = UL Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
H = Horizontal
V = Vertical
E = Electromechanical
Molded Case Device
FD = 30 – 150 A
KD = 150 – 300 A
LD = 400 – 600 A
MD = 600 – 800 A
NB = 800 – 1000 A
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(M/MPS)
E(M/MPS)
B = FM,
N(M/MPB)
E(M/MPB)
C = FM,
N(M/MPB)
E(M/MPS)
D = FM,
N(M/MPS)
E(M/MPB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
0030 = 30 A
0070 = 70 A
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
J = NEMA 12
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
(J, L and D
65 kAIC, 1200 A
and Below Only
U = UL Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
Refer to
Page 16-6
NT = NonAutomatic
Insulated Case
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 4000 A
Non-Automatic
(600 Vac)
(30 – 4000 A)
Drawout Mount
E = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
F = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
G = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
H = DO
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
Refer to
Page 16-9
MB = Maintenance
Bypass
Maintenance
Bypass
(600 Vac)
(100 – 1000 A)
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H = Horizontal
E = Electromechanical
Molded Case Device
FD = 100 – 150 A
KD = 150 – 300 A
LD = 400 – 600 A
MD = 600 – 800 A
NB = 800 –1000 A
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(MCS)
E(MCS)
2 = 2 Poles
3 = 3 Poles
4 = 4 Poles
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
J = NEMA 12
R = NEMA 3R
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
U = UL Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
H = Horizontal
V = Vertical
3 = ATC-300
I = ATC-600
Molded Case Device
FD = 30 – 200 A
KD = 150 – 300 A
LD = 400 – 600 A
MD = 600 – 800 A
NB = 800 – 1000 A
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(MCS)
E(MCS)
B = FM,
N(MCB)
E(MCB)
C = FM,
N(MCB)
E(MCS)
D = FM,
N(MCS)
E(MCB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
0030 = 30 A
0070 = 70 A
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0200 = 200 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
J = NEMA 12
R = NEMA 3R
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
U = UL Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
B = FM,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
C = FM,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
D = FM,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
2 = 2 Poles
3 = 3 Poles
4 = 4 Poles
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
J = NEMA 12
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
(J, L and D
65 kAIC, 1200 A
and Below Only)
U = UL Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
Refer to
Page 16-12
AT = Automatic
(FD = 200 A
Available on ATH3
Only)
Automatic
(Wall-Mount)
(600 Vac)
(30 – 1000 A)
(4-Poles 3000 A
Maximum)
Voltage
Refer to
Page 16-13
AT = Automatic
Automatic
(Free Standing)
(600 Vac)
(600 – 5000 A)
Refer to
Page 16-19
Key: DO = Drawout
FM = Fixed Mounted
V = Vertical
I = ATC-600
IQ Transfer
Insulated Case
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 5000 A
(4 Poles 3000 A
Maximum)
(600 A FM
only)
Drawout Mount
E = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
F = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
G = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
H = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
MPB = Magnum Power Breaker
MPS = Magnum Power Switch
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MCB = Molded Case Breaker
MCS = Molded Case Switch
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Product Selection
Table 16-4. Transfer Switch Product Family (Continued)
Description
Transfer Switch Equipment Catalog Numbering System
Type
Orientation Logic
Frame
Switch
Poles
Amperes
Voltage
Enclosure
Listing
CT = Closed
Transition
V = Vertical
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 5000 A
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
B = FM,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
C = FM,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
D = FM,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
J = NEMA 12
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
(J, L and D
65 kAIC, 1200 A
and Below Only)
U = UL 1008 Listed
R = UL Recognized
Z = UL 891 Listed
X = No Listing
0200 = 200 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
S = NEMA 1
U = UL 1008 Listed
R = UL Recognized
Z = UL 891 Listed
X = No Listing
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
S = NEMA 1
U = UL 1008 Listed
R = UL Recognized
Z = UL 891 Listed
X = No Listing
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
(NEMA 3R
Walk-In or
Non-Walk-In)
U = UL 1008 Listed
R = UL Recognized
Z = UL 891 Listed
X = No Listing
I = ATC-800
Closed Transition
IQ Transfer
Automatic Closed
Transition
(<100 ms)
(600 Vac)
(600 – 5000 A)
V = Vertical
I = ATC-600
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 5000 A
Refer to
Page 16-24
CB = Closed
Transition
Bypass
Isolation
V = Vertical
I = ATC-800
Closed Transition
IQ Transfer
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 5000 A
Closed Transition
Bypass Isolation
(<100 ms)
(600 Vac)
(800 – 5000 A)
CT = Closed
Transition
Soft Load
Closed Transition
Soft Load
(600 Vac)
(800 – 5000 A)
Refer to
Page 16-58
Key: DO = Drawout
FM = Fixed Mounted
CA08101001E
(600 A FM
Only)
Drawout Mount
E = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
F = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
G = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
H = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
BI = Bypass
Isolation
Bypass Isolation
(600 Vac)
(800 – 5000 A)
(4 Poles –
3000 A
Maximum)
V = Vertical
C = Soft Load
P = Soft Load
Parallel Source
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 5000 A
Drawout Mount
E = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
F = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
G = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
H = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
Drawout Mount
E = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
F = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
G = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
H = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
Fixed Mount
A = FM,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
B = FM,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
C = FM,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
D = FM,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
(4 Poles –
3000 A
Maximum)
(4 Poles –
3000 A
Maximum)
(4 Poles –
3000 A
Maximum)
Drawout Mount
E = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPS)
F = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPB)
G = DO,
N(MPB)
E(MPS)
H = DO,
N(MPS)
E(MPB)
MPB = Magnum Power Breaker
MPS = Magnum Power Switch
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MCB = Molded Case Breaker
MCS = Molded Case Switch
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Manual Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Molded Case Switches —
Manual Wall-Mount
■
Features, Benefits
and Functions
Optional trip units offer system
overcurrent protection.
■ Prevents the paralleling of two
sources of power.
■ Permits safe and convenient manual
transfer of power.
Features
■
Molded case switch power contact
assemblies.
■ Positive mechanical interlocking.
■ Permanently affixed manual
operating handle.
Standards and Certifications
■
Complies with UL 1008 and UL 489
standards.
■ IBC seismic qualified.
■ Meets American Bureau of Shipping
(ABS) approval.
Benefits
■
High withstand, totally enclosed for
maximum arc suppression and
isolation during power transfer.
Technical Data and Specifications
Table 16-5. Wall-Mount Transfer Switch Standard Terminal Data for Power Cable Connections
Switch
Ampere Rating
Manual Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Product Description
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Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer Wall-Mount
manually operated transfer switches
are designed for a variety of standby
power applications for critical loads. In
the event of a primary power source
interruption, the user can manually
transfer the load circuits to the standby
power source. Once primary power has
been restored, the user can manually
transfer the load circuits back to the
primary power source.
Application Description
Breaker
Frame
Line Side (Normal
and Standby Source)
Load
Connection
Neutral
Connection
30 – 100
150 – 225
225 – 300
HFD
HFD
HKD
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #14 – 1/0
(3) #4 – 300
(3) #4 – 350
400
600
600
HLD
HLD
HMDL
(1) 4/0 – 600
(1) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
(6) 250 – 350
(12) 4/0 – 500
600 (4-Pole)
800
800
NB
HMDL
HNB
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(4) 4/0 – 500
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(4) 4/0 – 500
(3) 3/0 – 400
(12) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
HNB
(4) 4/0 – 500
(4) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
1000
Note: All terminals suitable for copper or aluminum conductors.
Note: For alternate terminal sizes, contact Eaton.
Table 16-6. Transfer Switch Ratings — Systems Coordination Information —
Withstand, Closing and Interrupting Ratings Standard UL 1008 3-Cycle — Horizontal and Vertical Industrial
ATS
Ampere
Rating
Any Breaker Rating
Ratings When Used With Upstream Fuse (kA)
Fuse
Type 600
Volts
200
200
200
J,T
J,T
J,T
200
200
200
25
25
25
400
400
400
J,T
J,T
J,T
200
200
200
65
65
65 25
25
25
400
600
800/1200
J,T
J,T
J,T
200
200
100/200
50 50 25
25
1200/1600
1600
L
L
100/200
200
240
Volts
480
Volts
600
Volts
30
70
100
100
100
100
65
65
65
25
25
25
150
200
225
100
100
100
65
65
65
300
400
600
100
100
100
800
1000
65
65
Manual transfer switches cover
applications ranging from 30 to 1000
amperes through 600 Vac, for standard
manual configurations, and open
transition.
Maximum
Fuse Rating
For maximum breaker ratings in circuits when the transfer switch is evaluated as a “Motor Branch
Circuit Conductor,” refer to NEC Section 430-25 for sizing.
Class RK5 fuse with 100 kA rating.
4-pole units rated 35 kA.
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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February 2007
Manual Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Layout Dimensions
Table 16-7. 30 – 1000 Ampere Type MTVX Dimensions in Inches (mm) and Approximate Shipping Weights
Switch
Type
Enclosure
A
Gutter Space
B
C
D
E
Standard Terminals Bolt Pattern
F
G
Weight
Lbs. (kg)
H
Height
Width
Depth
Width
Depth
Bending
Horizontal
Vertical
Line
Load
Neutral
HKD
(150 – 225 A)
48.00
(1219.2)
20.81
(528.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.59
(269.0)
11.00
(279.4)
45.50
(1155.7)
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #4 – 350
305
(138)
HKD
(300 A)
56.00
(1422.4)
20.81
(528.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
13.59
(345.2)
11.00
(279.4)
53.50
(1358.9)
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #4 – 350
395
(179)
HLD
(400 A)
64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.54
(267.7)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(1) 4/0 – 600
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
395
(179)
HLD
(400 A) 53.00
(1346.2)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
11.85
(301.0)
16.00
(406.4)
50.48
(1282.2)
(2) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
395
(179)
HLD
(600 A)
64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.54
(267.7)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(2) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 395
(179)
HLD
(600 A) 64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.54
(267.7)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(2) 400 – 500 (2) #1 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 395
(179)
HMDL
(600 A)
76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
17.73
(450.3)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 510
(232)
HMDL
(800 A)
76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
17.73
(450.3)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400 (12) 4/0 – 500 510
(232)
NB
(800 – 1000 A)
76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
17.58
(446.5)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
(4) 4/0 – 500
(4) 4/0 – 500 (12) 4/0 – 500 540
(245)
Suitable for Cu or Al wire. Consult the factory for other available terminal sizes.
Alternate line terminals.
Table 16-8. 30 – 150 Amperes Type MTHXFD Manual
Dimensions in Inches (mm) and Weights Lbs. (kg)
Table 16-9. Power Panel and Transformer Panel
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
30 – 150 Amperes
Weight
Lbs. (kg)
Dimensions
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
22.88 13.13 22.74 22.62 24.50
9.78 10.28 32.31 143
(581.2) (333.5) (577.6) (574.5) (622.3) (248.4) (261.1) (820.7) (65)
2.00 Latch
(50.8) Open
A
5.00
(127.0)
B
.75 Latch
(19.1) Closed
Power Panel Type
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
HFD
HKD
HLD
11.00 (279.4)
24.50 (622.3)
26.00 (660.4)
17.00 (431.8)
11.88 (301.8)
16.88 (428.8)
6.81 (173.0)
17.50 (444.5)
17.50 (444.5)
HMDL
NB
36.25 (920.8)
36.25 (920.8)
16.88 (428.8)
16.88 (428.8)
17.50 (444.5)
19.00 (482.6)
22.00 (558.8)
28.63 (727.2)
16.50 (419.1)
8.25 (209.6)
6.50 (165.1)
5.50 (139.7)
Power Panel
Transformer Panel
HFD
HKD, HLD, HMDL and NB
B
G
C
Top of Lugs
on Power Panel
E C D
H
D
1.75
(44.45)
A
E
Transformer
Panel
Logic
Panel
H
1.25
(31.75)
Power
Panel
Gutter
Space
F
G
Top View
Figure 16-6. Dimensions
Figure 16-5. Dimensions
Dimensions are approximate in inches (mm).
Should not be used for construction purposes.
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Side View
F
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
Manual Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Product Selection
Table 16-10. Manual Wall-Mount Transfer Switch Catalog Numbering System
MT H X MD C 2 0100 E S U
Type
Logic
Mounting (Fixed)
MT = Manual
X = No Logic
A = FM, N(MCS) E(MCS)
B = FM, N(MCB) E(MCB)
C = FM, N(MCB) E(MCS)
D = FM, N(MCS) E(MCB)
Orientation
H = Horizontal
V = Vertical
Frame
Number
of Poles
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
Voltage
Certification
E = 600 V 60 Hz
U = UL 1008 Listed
0030 = 30 A
0070 = 70 A
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
Molded Case Device
FD = 30 –150 A
KD = 150 – 300 A
LD = 400 – 600 A
MD = 600 – 800 A
ND = 800 – 1000 A
Enclosure
Amperes
K
S
J
R
L
D
= Open
= NEMA 1
= NEMA 12
= NEMA 3R
= NEMA 4
= NEMA 4X
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-9
February 2007
Non-Automatic Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Molded Case Switches —
Non-Automatic Wall-Mount
■
Features, Benefits
and Functions
Features
■
Molded case switch power contact
assemblies.
■ Positive mechanical and electrical
interlocking.
■ Permanently affixed manual
operating handle.
■ Pushbutton operation.
Benefits
■
High withstand, totally enclosed
for maximum arc suppression and
isolation during power transfer.
Optional trip units offer system
overcurrent protection.
■ Prevents the paralleling of two
sources of power.
■ Permits safe and convenient manual
transfer of power under load via
external pushbutton initiated
operation.
Standards and Certifications
■
Complies with UL 1008 and UL 489
standards.
■ IBC seismic qualified.
■ Meets American Bureau of Shipping
(ABS) approval.
Technical Data and Specifications
Table 16-11. Wall-Mount Transfer Switch Standard Terminal Data for Power Cable Connections
Switch
Ampere Rating
Breaker
Frame
Line Side (Normal
and Standby Source)
Load
Connection
Neutral
Connection
30 – 100
150 – 225
225 – 300
HFD
HFD
HKD
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #14 – 1/0
(3) #4 – 300
(3) #4 – 350
400
600
600
HLD
HLD
HMDL
(1) 4/0 – 600
(1) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
(6) 250 – 350
(12) 4/0 – 500
600 (4-Pole)
800
800
NB
HMDL
HNB
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(4) 4/0 – 500
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(4) 4/0 – 500
(3) 3/0 – 400
(12) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
HNB
(4) 4/0 – 500
(4) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
Non-Automatic Wall-Mount
Product Description
Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer Wall-Mount
Non-Automatic Transfer Switches
are designed for a variety of standby
power applications for critical loads.
In the event of a primary power source
interruption, the user can manually
transfer the load circuits to the standby
power source through the use of an
external pushbutton. Once primary
power has been restored, the user can
manually transfer the load circuits back
to the primary power source through
the use of an external pushbutton.
Application Description
1000
Note: All terminals suitable for copper or aluminum conductors.
Note: For alternate terminal sizes, contact Eaton.
Table 16-12. Transfer Switch Ratings — Systems Coordination Information —
Withstand, Closing and Interrupting Ratings Standard UL 1008 3-Cycle — Horizontal and Vertical Industrial
ATS
Ampere
Rating
Ratings When Used with Upstream Fuse (kA)
Fuse
Type 600
Volts
200
200
200
J,T
J,T
J,T
200
200
200
25
25
25
400
400
400
J,T
J,T
J,T
200
200
200
65
65
65 25
25
25
400
600
800/1200
J,T
J,T
J,T
200
200
100/200
50 50 25
25
1200/1600
1600
L
L
100/200
200
240
Volts
480
Volts
600
Volts
30
70
100
100
100
100
65
65
65
25
25
25
150
200
225
100
100
100
65
65
65
300
400
600
100
100
100
800
1000
65
65
Non-Automatic transfer switches
cover applications ranging from 30 to
1000 amperes through 600 Vac, for
manual configurations, open transition,
standard or service entrance.
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Any Breaker Rating
Maximum
Fuse Rating
For maximum breaker ratings in circuits when the transfer switch is evaluated as a “Motor Branch
Circuit Conductor,” refer to NEC Section 430-25 for sizing.
Class RK5 fuse with 100 kA rating.
4-pole units rated 35 kA.
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-10
February 2007
Non-Automatic Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Layout Dimensions
Table 16-13. 30 – 1000 Ampere Types NTHE, NTVE Dimensions in Inches (mm) and Approximate Shipping Weights
Switch
Type
Enclosure
A
Height
C
D
Standard Terminals Bolt Pattern
E
F
G
Weight
Lbs. (kg)
H
Width
Depth
Width
Depth
Bending
Horizontal
Vertical
Line
Load
Neutral
HFD
47.74
(30 – 100 A) (1213.0)
20.81
(528.6)
17.22
(437.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
6.22
(157.9)
10.75
(273.0)
45.24
(1049.1)
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #14 – 1/0
(3) #14 – 1/0
227
(103)
HFD
(150 A) 47.74
(1213.0)
20.81
(528.6)
17.22
(437.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
6.22
(157.9)
10.75
(273.0)
45.24
(1049.1)
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #6 – 300
(3) #4 – 300
227
(103)
HKD
(150 – 225 A)
48.00
(1219.2)
20.81
(528.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.59
(269.0)
11.00
(279.4)
45.50
(1155.7)
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #4 – 350
305
(138)
HKD
(300 A)
56.00
(1422.4)
20.81
(528.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
13.59
(345.2)
11.00
(279.4)
53.50
(1358.9)
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #4 – 350
395
(179)
HLD
(400 A)
64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.54
(267.7)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(1) 4/0 – 600
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
395
(179)
HLD
(400 A) 53.00
(1346.2)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
11.85
(301.0)
16.00
(406.4)
50.48
(1282.2)
(2) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
395
(179)
HLD
(600 A)
64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.54
(267.7)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(2) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 395
(179)
HLD
(600 A) 64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.54
(267.7)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(2) 400 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 395
(179)
HMDL
(600 A)
76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
17.73
(450.3)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 510
(232)
HMDL
(800 A)
76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
17.73
(450.3)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(12) 4/0 – 500 510
(232)
NB
76.74
(800 – 1000 A) (1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
17.58
(446.5)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
(4) 4/0 – 500
(4) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500 540
(245)
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Gutter Space
B
Suitable for Cu or Al wire. Consult the factory for other available terminal sizes.
NTHE with multi-tap voltage selection panel.
Alternate line terminals.
Table 16-14. Power Panel and Transformer Panel
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Power
Panel Type
D
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
HFD
HKD
HLD
11.00 (279.4)
24.50 (622.3)
26.00 (660.4)
17.00 (431.8)
11.88 (301.8)
16.88 (428.8)
6.81 (173.0)
17.50 (444.5)
17.50 (444.5)
HMDL
NB
36.25 (920.8)
36.25 (920.8)
16.88 (428.8)
16.88 (428.8)
17.50 (444.5)
19.00 (482.6)
22.00 (558.8)
28.63 (727.2)
16.50 (419.1)
8.25 (209.6)
6.50 (165.1)
5.50 (139.7)
Power Panel
Power
Panel
E
Transformer
Panel
Logic
Panel
B
G
Transformer Panel
HFD
HKD, HLD, HMDL and NB
Gutter
Space
C
Top of Lugs
on Power Panel
F
H
A
Front View
Side View
Figure 16-7. Dimensions
Dimensions are approximate in inches (mm).
Should not be used for construction purposes.
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-11
February 2007
Non-Automatic Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Product Selection
Table 16-15. Non-Automatic Wall-Mount Transfer Switch Catalog Numbering System
NT H E KD C 2 0100 W S U
Type
Logic
Mounting
Amperes
Voltage
Certification
NT = NonAutomatic
E = Electromechanical
Fixed
A = FM, N(MCS) E(MCS)
B = FM, N(MCB) E(MCB)
C = FM, N(MCB) E(MCS)
D = FM, N(MCS) E(MCB)
0030 = 30 A
0070 = 70 A
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3000 = 3000 A
4000 = 4000 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
U = UL 1008 Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
Orientation
Frame
H = Horizontal
V = Vertical
Molded Case
Device
FD = 30 –150 A
KD = 150 – 300 A
LD = 400 – 600 A
MD = 600 – 800 A
ND = 800 – 1000 A
Insulated Case
Device (Magnum)
MG = 600 – 5000 A
Drawout
E = DO, N(ICS) E(ICS)
F = DO, N(ICB) E(ICB)
G = DO, N(ICB) E(ICS)
H = DO, N(ICS) E(ICB)
Number
of Poles
2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles
Enclosure
K = Open
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
J = NEMA 12
L = NEMA 4
D = NEMA 4X
(J, L and D
85 kAIC,
1200 A and
below only)
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February 2007
General Description — Maintenance Bypass Switch
Maintenance Bypass Switches
Type MBHE 100 – 1000 Amperes
Benefits
Incoming
from Switchboard
■
Safe and reliable operation is
ensured due to the simple and
durable switching design.
■ Unauthorized bypass is prevented
by the need of UPS system to send
the bypass authorized signal.
■ 100% current ratings makes selection to the UPS kVA ratings easy
to accomplish.
■ Use of interrupting rating switches
makes the maintenance bypass
switches adaptable to systems with
high levels of available fault current.
UPS
Input Breaker
UPS
System
Maintenance
Bypass
Switch
Computer
Loads
Lockout
Circuit
Figure 16-8. Single Line Diagram of
Maintenance Bypass Switch
Layout Dimensions
Type MBHE Maintenance Bypass Switch
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Manual Transfer and Maintenance Bypass Switches
General Description
100 – 150 Amperes Type MTHXFD Manual /100 – 1000 Amperes Type MBHE Maintenance Bypass
Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer Maintenance
Bypass Switch is a UL 1008 listed
device that provides a simple and
effective means for bypassing uninterruptible power supplies while
maintaining continuity of power to
the critical computer loads. A maintenance bypass switch is a requirement
on every UPS installation in order to
accommodate the maintenance and
testing of the UPS system.
Table 16-16. Manual and Maintenance Bypass Enclosures — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
UL 1008 listing — File E61639.
Make-before-break electrical
operation.
Lockout circuit to be wired into
the UPS bypass authorization.
Pilot devices to show UPS position
“Normal” and “Bypassed.”
Pilot device to show “Lockout”
enabled.
Reliable manually initiated electrical
operation.
High interrupting ratings are standard.
Molded case switch designs are
available.
Solid neutral connections
are standard.
Amperes
Dimensions
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
100 – 150
22.88
(581.2)
13.13
(333.5)
22.74
(577.6)
22.62
(574.5)
24.50
(622.3)
9.78
(248.4)
10.28
(261.1)
32.31
(820.7)
225 – 300
38.88
(987.6)
29.13
(739.9)
35.74
(907.8)
35.62
(904.7)
37.50
(952.5)
17.28
(438.9)
17.78
(438.9)
55.81
(1417.6)
400
38.88
(987.6)
29.13
(739.9)
35.74
(907.8)
35.62
(904.7)
37.50
(952.5)
17.28
(438.9)
17.78
(438.9)
55.81
(1417.6)
600
38.88
(987.6)
29.13
(739.9)
49.74
(1263.4)
49.62
(1260.3)
51.50
(1308.1)
17.28
(438.9)
17.78
(438.9)
55.81
(1417.6)
800
38.88
(987.6)
29.13
(739.9)
49.74
(1263.4)
49.62
(1260.3)
51.50
(1308.1)
17.28
(438.9)
17.78
(438.9)
55.81
(1417.6)
1000
38.88
(987.6)
29.13
(739.9)
59.74
(1517.4)
59.62
(1514.3)
61.50
(1562.1)
17.28
(438.9)
17.78
(438.9)
55.81
(1417.6)
2.00 (50.8)
Latch Open
A
5.00
(127.0)
B
.75 (19.05)
Latch Closed
D
C
E
1.75
(44.5)
H
1.25
(31.8)
F
G
Figure 16-9. Manual and Maintenance Bypass Switches — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-13
February 2007
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches
Contactor, Molded Case and
Circuit Breaker Design
Electrical Ratings
■
■
■
Molded case and circuit breaker
30 – 1000 amperes.
■ 2-Position Contactors 100, 200,
320, 400 and 600 amperes.
■ 3-Position Contactors 100, 200,
300, 400, 600, 800, 1000 and
1200 amperes.
Note: For 3-position contactors,
contact factory.
■
■
■
■
■
■
2-, 3- or 4-poles.
Up to 600 Vac, 50/60 Hz.
NEMA 1, 3R, 12, open.
Suitable for emergency and standby
systems (all loads).
UL 1008 listed.
CSA C22.2 No. 178 certified.
Industrial Design Highlights
■
Wall-Mount Transfer Switch
Product Description
Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer Wall-Mount
Transfer Switches are designed for a
variety of standby power applications
for critical loads. They provide flexibility,
reliability and value in a compact package. In the event of a primary power
source interruption, a transfer switch
provides an effective means to transfer
the load circuits to an alternate power
source while reducing the possibility
of injury or property damage.
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches meet
or exceed all industry standards for
endurance, reliability and performance.
They are listed under Underwriters
Laboratories UL 1008 Standard for
Transfer Switch Equipment and
optionally available as suitable for
emergency and standby systems as
defined in NFPA 99 for health care
facilities.
Double-throw, mechanically interlocked transfer mechanism.
■ High withstand and closing ratings.
■ Seismic Zone 4 qualified (BOCA,
CBC, IBC, UBC).
Standard Features
■
Auxiliary relay contacts:
❑ Source 1 present 2NO and 2NC
❑ Source 2 present 2NO and 2NC
■ Switch position indication contacts:
❑ Source 1 position 1NO and 1NC
❑ Source 2 position 1NO and 1NC
■ Source 1 and Source 2 sensing:
❑ Undervoltage/underfrequency
❑ Overvoltage/overfrequency
❑ 3-phase rotation protection
❑ 3-phase voltage unbalance/loss
ATC-300 Automatic Transfer Switch
shown above.
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Pre-transfer signal contacts 1NO/1NC.
Go to Emergency (Source 2).
Seven field-programmable time
delays.
LCD-based display for programming,
system diagnostic and Help message
display.
Mimic diagram with source available
and connected LED indication.
Time-stamped history log.
System test pushbutton.
Programmable plant exerciser —
OFF, daily, 7, 14, 28-day interval
selectable run time 0 – 600 minutes
no load/load with fail-safe.
Safe manual operation under full
load with permanently affixed
operating handle.
Note: Not available on Contactor Transfer
Switch.
Optional Features
■
Suitable for use as service equipment
in the standard enclosure size.
Note: Not available on Contactor Transfer
Switch.
■
Available TVSS for power/controller,
engine start circuit, phone and cable
connections.
■ Integrated distribution panels.
Note: Not available on Contactor Transfer
Switch.
■
Field-selectable multi-tap transformer
panel permits operation on a wide
range of system voltages.
■ Integral overcurrent protection.
Note: Not available on Contactor Transfer
Switch.
■
Space heater with thermostat.
Ammeter — load side.
■ Stainless steel cover for controller.
■
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16-14
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
Wall-Mount Automatic Transfer Switches
Basic Components of the Wall-Mount ATS
Source 1 and Load
Power Cable Connections
Automatic Transfer
Controller (ATC-300)
■ Monitors Power Sources
■ Initiates Power Transfers
Control Service Disconnect
(Service Equipment Rated
Switches Only)
Transient Voltage Surge
Suppression (TVSS) (Optional)
Permanently Affixed Manual
Transfer Handle Provides Safe
Manual Transfer Under Full Load
Customer Control
Connections
Service Disconnect Switch
(Keyed) (Service Equipment
Rated Switches Only)
Power Switching Panel
(With Deadfront Cover Installed)
Transformer Panel
■ Steps Line Power Down
to 120 Vac for Logic and
Electrical Operator
■ Available Multi-Tap
Voltage Selector
(See Page 16-15 for
additional details.)
Source 2 Power
Cable Connections
Space Heater (Optional)
16
Basic Components of Automatic Transfer Switches
Features, Benefits
and Functions
Fast, Powerful and Safe Power Switching
Mechanism
Cutler-Hammer Superior Design
Transfer Switch Characteristics
The power panel utilizes a unidirectional
gear motor mechanism. The power
panel can be operated manually under
a FULL LOAD.
Unmatched Performance and Versatility
Molded Case Switch Features
The Cutler-Hammer family of wallmount transfer switches offers
unmatched performance, versatility and
value for power switching applications.
At the heart of these designs is the
Cutler-Hammer Molded Case Switch,
designed specifically to meet UL 1008.
Optional Thermal-Magnetic or Electronic
Trip Units
For service entrance and other
applications, trip units can be integrated
into the power switching section.
This eliminates the need for separate
upstream protective devices, saving
cost and space.
Superior Main Contact Structure
All Cutler-Hammer Wall-Mount Transfer Switches meet or exceed the standards set forth in UL 1008 and UL 489.
No other transfer switch manufacturer
has met the rigid testing requirements
of this combination of standards.
Completely enclosed contacts add
a measure of safety and reliability.
It also ensures the integrity of the
contact assemblies and minimizes
the need for periodic maintenance
of the contacts, reducing downtime.
Optional Integral Overcurrent
Protection Capability
Molded Case Switch
■
True 4-pole switched neutral
availability.
■ Totally enclosed contact assembly.
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-15
February 2007
Wall-Mount Automatic Transfer Switches
Mechanical Interlock
Multi-Tap Voltage Selector
North American Voltage Selector
Transformer
Panel
Multi-Tap Voltage Selector
Triple Interlocks
Wall-mount transfer switches feature
a rear-mounted, patented fail-safe
mechanical interlock to prevent paralleling of sources. This is, in addition to,
software interlocking and the interlocking inherently provided by the
transfer mechanism.
The industry-exclusive Cutler-Hammer
Multi-Tap System Voltage Selector
allows our transfer switch to be applied
on most system voltages just by proper
insertion of the selector plug. Available in two configurations: Worldwide
Multi-Tap with 600, 480, 415, 380, 240,
220 and 208 Vac, single- and 3-phase,
50 and 60 Hz taps. North American
Multi-Tap with 600, 480, 240, 208 and
120 Vac, single- and 3-phase, 60 Hz taps.
Transformer Panel
Allows for Easy
Field Changes
to Voltage
Configurations
Ease of Maintenance
Transformer Panel Opened
Load Bus Assembly
North American Multi-Tap transformer
comes with 600, 480, 240, 208 and
120 Vac, single- and 3-phase, and 60 Hz
taps which are all field selectable. Simply
remove the steel cover and move the
appropriate blue flag terminal to the
desired voltage. All switches are
shipped with the blue flag in the 600
volt position.
Load
Logic Disconnect Plugs
Keyed quick-disconnect plugs are provided for easy and complete isolation
of the control circuitry.
Maintenance can be performed on
the logic independent from the power
sections and still allow the user to
manually transfer power under full
load conditions.
Load Bus
The load bus can be oriented for either
top or bottom access.
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-16
February 2007
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches
Technical Data and Specifications
Contactor-Based Transfer Switch Manual Operating
Handle
Table 16-17. UL 1008 Withstand and Close-on Ratings (kA)
Contactor
Style
UL 1008
Ampere
Rating
Specific Breaker Rating
61WNU-3FD
64WNU-3FD
64WNU-3FD
100
200
320
125
250
600
30,000
50,000
50,000
64WNU-3FD
66WNU-3FD
400
600
600
800
50,000
65,000
Maximum Circuit
Maximum Amperes
Breaker Size Amperes at 480 Vac (UL)
Transfer
Mechanism
Table 16-18. Terminal Data Options for Power Cable Connections
Switch
Rating
Amperes
Line Side
(Normal and
Standby Source)
100
(1) #14 – 2/0
(1) #14 – 2/0
(3) #14 – 2/0
200
(1) #6 – 250
(1) #6 – 250
(3) 1/0 – 250
320
(1) #4/0 – 600
(2) 1/0 – 250
(1) #4/0 – 600
(2) 1/0 – 250
(6) 250 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
(9) 500 – 750
400
(1) #4/0 – 600
(2) 1/0 – 250
(1) #4/0 – 600
(2) 1/0 – 250
(6) 250 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
(9) 500 – 750
(2) #2 – 600
Load
Connection
(2) #2 – 600
Emergency
Power
Source
Neutral
Connections
Consult factory for withstand ratings on the 3-position
contactor switches 100 – 1200 amperes.
600
Logic
Panel
Neutral
Connection
Load Lugs
Voltage
Selection
and
Transformer
Panel
Power
Panel
Voltage
Selection
Panel
Normal Power Source
Typical Contactor-Based ATS 100 – 600 Amperes
(12) 4/0 – 500
(9) 500 – 750
Load Lugs
(Top Entry)
Molded Case Transfer Switch and Circuit Breaker
Table 16-19. UL 1008 Withstand and Close-on Ratings (kA)
16
Switch
Ampere
Rating
UL 1008 3-Cycle
Any Breaker Rating
480
Vac
600
Vac
30 – 100 100
150
100
225
100
65
65
65
25
25
25
200
400
400
J, T
J, T
J, T
200
200
200
300
400
600 100
100
100
65
65
65
25
25
25
400
600
1200
J, T
J, T
J, T
200
200
200
800 1000 65
65
50
50
25
25
1600
1600
L
L
200
200
240
Vac
Power Panel
Ratings When Used
with Upstream Fuse
Maximum
Fuse
Fuse Rating Type
600
Vac
Normal
Power
Source
Molded
Case
Switch
Neutral
Connections
Manual
Operating
Handle
Service
Disconnect
For 600, 800 and 1000 ampere ratings, 1- through 4-pole units are rated
35 kA.
Table 16-20. Wall-Mount Transfer Switch Standard Terminal Data
for Power Cable Connections
Switch
Ampere
Rating
Breaker
Frame
Line Side
(Normal and
Standby Source)
Load
Connection
Neutral
Connection
30 – 100
150 – 225
150 – 225
225 – 300
HFD
HFD
HKD
HKD
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #3 – 350
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #6 – 300
(1) #6 – 350
(1) #6 – 350
(3) #14 – 1/0
(3) #4 – 300
(3) #4 – 350
(3) #4 – 350
400
600
600
HLD
HLD
HMDL
(1) 4/0 – 600
(1) 3/0 – 350
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(2) #1 – 500
(6) 250 – 350
(6) 250 – 350
(12) 4/0 – 500
NB
HMDL
HNB
HNB
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(4) 4/0 – 500
(4) 4/0 – 500
(3) 3/0 – 400
(3) 3/0 – 400
(4) 4/0 – 500
(4) 4/0 – 500
(3) 3/0 – 400
(12) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
600 (4-Pole)
800
800
1000
Indicator
Wheel
Voltage
Selection
Panel
(Domestic)
Transfer
Mechanism
Motor
Brake
Board
Emergency Power
Source Molded
Case Switch
Typical (225 – 1000 Amperes) Vertical Design
Transfer Switch Equipment
Note: All terminals suitable for copper or aluminum conductors.
Note: For alternate terminal sizes, contact Eaton.
For more information visit: www.eaton.com
CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-17
February 2007
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches
Product Selection
Table 16-21. Industrial Molded Case Transfer Switch Catalog Numbering System
AT V 3 KD A 3 0400 X S U
Type
1 = ATC 100
3 = ATC 300
I = ATC 600
Orientation
H = Horizontal
V = Vertical
C = Contactor
Switch
Amperes Voltage
Certification
A = S1 (MCS) S2 (MCS)
B = S1 (MCB) S2 (MCB)
C = S1 (MCB) S2 (MCS)
D = S1 (MCS) S2 (MCB)
X = Fix Mounted
Contactor
0030 = 30 A
0070 = 70 A
0100 = 100 A
0150 = 150 A
0200 = 200 A
0225 = 225 A
0300 = 300 A
0320 = 320 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A 0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
A = 120 V 60 Hz
B = 208 V 60 Hz
E = 600 V 60 Hz
G = 220 V 50/60 Hz
H = 380 V 50 Hz
K = 600 V 50 Hz
M = 230 V 50 Hz
N = 401 V 50 Hz
O = 415 V 50 Hz
W = 240 V 60 Hz
X = 480 V 60 Hz
Z = 365 V 50 Hz
U = UL Listed
R = UL Recognized
X = No Listing
Logic
AT = Automatic
BI = Bypass
Isolation
Frame Size
(Amperes)
Number
of Poles
Molded Case Device C2 = 2-Position Contactor
C3 = 3-Position Contactor FD = 30 – 150
KD = 225 – 300
LD = 400
MD = 600 (3-pole only)
NB = 800 – 1000 2 = 2-Poles
3 = 3-Poles
4 = 4-Poles Enclosure
K
S
J
R
= Open
= NEMA 1
= NEMA 12
= NEMA 3R
HFD = 200 and 225 amperes, HLD = 600 amperes, HMD = 800 amperes for 240/120 Vac single-phase, 3-wire and 208Y/120 Vac 3-phase, 4-wire systems only.
The Contactor-Based Transfer Switch is currently available in 100, 200, 320, 400 and 600 amperes only. Contact the factory for availability on the 800,
1000 and 1200 ampere switch.
For closed transition contactor, CTC8C3, consult factory.
For Bypass Isolation contactor, BICIC3, consult factory.
4-pole 600 ampere will use an NB breaker.
Note: MCB = Molded Case Breaker, MCS = Molded Case Switch.
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Layout Dimensions
B
G
C
Top of Lugs
on Power Panel
H
D
Power
Panel
Gutter
Space
F
A
E
Transformer
Panel
Logic
Panel
Top View
Front View
Side View
Figure 16-10. Dimension Views
See Table 16-22 on Page 16-18.
Dimensions are approximate in inches (mm).
Should not be used for construction purposes.
CA08101001E
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Transfer Switches
Floor-Standing Transfer Switch Equipment
16-18
February 2007
Wall-Mount Transfer Switches
Table 16-22. Contactor-Based and Molded Case Transfer Switches — Dimensions in Inches (mm) and Approximate Shipping Weights in Lbs. (kg)
Switch
Rating
Amperes
Switch
Type
Enclosure
Standard Terminals Gutter Space
Bolt Pattern
A
B
C
D
E
G
H
Height
Width
Depth
Width
Depth
Horizontal
Vertical
Line Side (Normal Load &
Standby Source) Connection
Neutral
Connection
Weight
Lbs. (kg)
Contactor-Based — 2-Position 100
—
35.61
(904.5)
20.06
(509.5)
11.34
(288.0)
2.00
(51.0)
5.00
(127.0)
10.25
(260.4)
34.73
(882.1)
(1) #14 – 1/0
(1) #14 – 1/0
(3) #14 – 1/0
156 (71)
200
—
35.61
(904.5)
20.06
(509.5)
11.34
(288.0)
2.00
(51.0)
5.00
(127.0)
10.25
(260.4)
34.73
(882.1)
(1) #6 – 250 (1) #6 – 250 (3) 1/10 – 250
160 (73)
300
—
53.00
(1346.2)
25.81
(655.6)
16.72
(425.0)
4.00
(101.0)
12.00
(304.0)
16.00
(406.4)
50.48
(1282.2)
(1) #4/0 – 600
(2) 1/0 – 250
(1) #4/0 – 600
(2) 1/0 – 250
(3) 250 – 500
(12) 4/0 – 500
(9) 500 – 750
244 (110)
400
—
53.00
(1346.2)
25.81
(655.6)
16.72
(425.0)
4.00
(101.0)
12.00
(304.0)
16.00
(406.4)
50.48
(1282.2)
(1) #4/0 – 600 (1) #4/0 – 600 (3) 250 – 500
(2) 1/0 – 250
(2) 1/0 – 250
(12) 4/0 – 500
(9) 500 – 750
244 (110)
600
—
64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
16.72
(425.0)
3.00
(76.0)
9.00
(228.0)
16.00
(406.4)
61.48
(1561.6)
(2) #2 – 600 (2) #2 – 600 (12) 4/0 – 500
(9) 500 – 750
395 (180)
30 – 100
HFD 47.74
(1213.0)
20.81
(528.6)
17.22
(437.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.75
(273.0)
46.44
(1180.0)
—
—
—
232 (105)
150 – 225
HFD 47.74
(1213.0)
20.81
(528.6)
17.22
(437.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.75
(273.0)
46.44
(1180.0)
—
—
—
232 (105)
30 – 100
HFD 47.74
(1213.0)
20.81
(528.6)
17.22
(437.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.75
(273.0)
46.44
(1180.0)
—
—
—
240 (190)
150
HFD 47.74
(1213.0)
20.81
(528.6)
17.22
(437.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.75
(273.0)
46.44
(1180.0)
—
—
—
240 (190)
150 – 225
HFD 35.61
(904.0)
20.06
(509.5)
13.34
(339.0)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
10.75
(273.0)
34.31
(904.0)
—
—
—
150 (68)
150 – 225
HKD
56.00
(1422.4)
20.81
(528.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
11.00
(279.4)
45.50
(1155.7)
—
—
—
305 (134)
300
HKD
53.00
(1346.2)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
11.00
(279.4)
53.50
(1358.9)
—
—
—
295 (134)
400
HLD
53.00
(1346.0)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
16.00
(406.4)
51.50
(1308.0)
—
—
—
425 (193)
600
HLD 64.00
(1625.6)
25.81
(655.6)
18.40
(467.4)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
16.00
(406.4)
62.50
(1588.0)
—
—
—
475 (214)
600
HMDL
76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
—
—
—
480 (218)
800
HMDL 76.74
(1949.2)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
—
—
—
510 (232)
25.81
(655.6)
19.50
(495.3)
8.00
(203.2)
4.00
(101.6)
16.00
(406.4)
75.15
(1908.8)
—
—
—
540 (245)
Molded Case
16
800 – 1000 HNB
76.74
(1949.2)
Suitable with copper only.
For contactor-based 3-position dimensions, contact factory.
240/120 volt, single-phase, 3-wire or 208 volt, 3-phase, 4-wire systems only.
With multi-tap voltage selection panel.
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-19
February 2007
Magnum Floor-Standing Transfer Switches
Floor-Standing Magnum
Transfer Switches
Eaton Magnum Transfer Switches
meet or exceed all industry standards
for endurance, reliability, and performance. They are listed under Underwriters Laboratories UL 1008 Standard
for Transfer Switch Equipment. With
certain options, they also comply with
Source 2 and standby system requirements as defined in NFPA 99 for health
care facilities.
Features, Benefits
and Functions
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Floor-Standing Magnum Transfer Switch
■
■
Product Description
■
Eaton’s Magnum Transfer Switches
are designed for a variety of standby
power applications for critical and
non-critical loads. They monitor both
Source 1 (Normal) and Source 2
(Emergency) power sources. In the
event of a Source 1 power interruption, these switches will automatically
transfer the load circuits to the Source
2 power source. Once Source 1 power
source has been restored, the process
is automatically reversed.
■
The Magnum family of transfer
switches covers applications ranging
from 200 to 5000 amperes (A) through
600 Vac. Some of the applications are;
automatic or non-automatic configurations, open or closed transition, and
standard or rated suitable for use as
service entrance. They are designed
for applications where total system
coordination must be accomplished
while achieving a high level of Withstand,
Interrupting, and Closing performance.
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
UL 1008 listed.
Freestanding.
Magnum insulated case devices.
Fastest switching times available
(<3 cycles).
High withstand ratings.
Full 60-cycle short time withstand
capability.
Safe manual transfer under load.
Multi-tap voltage selection plug.
Integral service entrance capability.
Integral overcurrent protection
capability.
Drawout capability.
Programmable microprocessor controller with keypad entry and display.
Communications capable.
Durable powder-coated steel
enclosures.
Seismic Zone 4 Qualified (BOCA,
CBC, IBC, UBC).
American Bureau of Shipping
Qualified.
ISO 9000.
ISO 14000 Environmental.
Ambient temperature range: -40˚C
to 40˚C (-40˚F to 104˚F).
Operating temperature range: -20˚C
to 70˚C (-4˚F to 158˚F).
Operating humidity: up to 90%.
Relative humidity (non-condensing).
Drawout construction is available
for applications, such as critical life
support systems, where preventive
maintenance, inspection, and testing
must be accomplished while maintaining continuity of power to the load.
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Standards and Certifications
Magnum Transfer Switch Family
■
■
Magnum fixed mount 200 – 5000 A.
Magnum drawout 200 – 5000 A.
Eaton Magnum Transfer Switches offer
the utmost in flexibility, reliability and
value. These switches must exceed
many national and international standards. They are designed and built in
accordance with the following:
UL 891
Standard for
Switchboards carrying
up to 200,000 A
UL 1008
Standard for Safety
for Automatic Transfer
Switches
4000 and 5000 amperes
available as UL 891 only.
UL 489
Standard for Circuit
Breakers and Molded
Case Switches
CSA 22.2-178 Canadian Transfer
Switch Standard
NEC Articles
Code Sections
517, 700,
701, 702
Applicable
Switch Equipment
NFPA 110
Source 2 and
Standby Power
Systems
NFPA 99
Health Care Facilities
EGSA 100S
Standard for Transfer
Switches
NEMA
ICS10
Standard for Transfer
Switch Equipment
UBC
Uniform Building Code
for Seismic Zone 4
ISO 9000
International
Organization for
Standardization
CBC
California Building
Code
IBC
International Building
Code
BOCA
Building Officials
Code Administrators.
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16-20
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
Magnum Floor-Standing Transfer Switches
Basic Switch Components
Indicating
Lights
Power Panel
■ Performs power transfer
between Source 1 and
Source 2 utilizing Magnum
Power Switch or Magnum
Power Breaker
ATC-600 Logic Shown
■ Monitors Source Condition
■ Initiates Power Transfers
Electrical Operator
Pushbutton
Manual Charging Handle
Transformer Panel
■ Steps line power down to 120 Vac for
logic and electrical operator control power
■ Multi-Tap Voltage Selector for application
on a variety of system voltages
■ Engine Start Contacts
Basic Switch Components of Magnum Automatic Transfer Switches.
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-21
February 2007
Magnum Floor-Standing Transfer Switches
Magnum Drawout
Transfer Switch
Magnum Fixed Mount
Transfer Switch
Magnum Drawout
Magnum Fixed Mount
Transfer Switch Withstand Ratings
Table 16-23. Systems Coordination
Information — Withstand, Closing and
Interrupting Ratings
Rating When Used
with Upstream
Circuit Breaker
Rating When
Used with
Upstream Fuse
Transfer Switch
Ampere Rating
3 Cycle
30 Cycle
600 V (kA) 600 V (kA)
800
1000
1200
1600
2000
2500
3200
4000
5000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
85
85
85
85
85
85
85
85
85
Tested in accordance with UL 1008.
Eaton Drawout Magnum Transfer
Switch will coordinate with a power
switching device short time rating.
Contact factory for details.
2000 Amperes, 3-Pole NEMA 1
Enclosed Drawout
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
200 – 5000 amperes.
2-, 3-, 4-pole (except 4000 amperes:
2- and 3-pole only).
120 – 600 Vac.
100,000 amperes withstand/closing/
interrupting at 480 Vac.
Short Time Withstand – 85,000 for
30 cycles.
Drawout construction with switch
position indicator.
Completely interchangeable
power switching devices.
Available in NEMA Type 1 and 3R
enclosures.
Rear, side, and top cable access.
2000 Amperes, 4-Pole, NEMA 1 Enclosed
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
200 – 5000 A.
2-, 3-, 4-pole (except 3200 amperes:
2- and 3-pole only).
120 – 600 Vac.
100,000 amperes withstand/closing/
interrupting at 480 Vac.
Short Time Withstand – 85,000 for
30 cycles.
Fixed mount construction.
Available in NEMA Type 1 and 3R
enclosures.
Rear, side, and top cable access.
The Eaton Drawout Magnum Switch
should be considered for any systems
requiring either greater redundancy,
easier maintainability, or where true
selective coordination is desired.
The Eaton Drawout Magnum Switch
provides the capability to isolate either
of the two power sources (Source 1 or
Source 2) and its associated logic, while
maintaining power to the load.
Each switching section is independent
and can be replaced either with a spare
switch, or for less critical replacement
needs, a replacement unit is available
from the factory.
CA08101001E
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Front Access Option 54A is Available on All
Magnum Designs
16-22
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
Magnum Floor-Standing Transfer Switches
Power and Transformer Panels
Magnum Switch Features
Interlocking for Open Transition Applications
Unmatched Performance
and Versatility
The Eaton family of Magnum transfer
switches offers unmatched performance,
versatility, and value for standby power
applications. At the heart of these
designs is the Magnum switch with
the following features:
Superior Main Contact Structure
All Eaton Magnum Transfer Switches
meet or exceed the standards set forth
in UL 1008 and UL 489 with high withstand, totally enclosed Magnum
switches. No other transfer switch
manufacturer has met the rigid testing
requirements of this combination of
standards. Completely enclosed contacts add a measure of safety and reliability. It also ensures the integrity of
the contact assemblies and minimizes
the need for periodic maintenance of
the contacts, reducing downtime and
maintenance time.
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Mechanical Cable Interlock
The open transition type Magnum
Transfer Switches feature both
mechanical (cable) and electrical
interlocking to prevent paralleling of
sources.
Magnum Insulated Case Switch
■
■
■
Fast, Powerful and Safe Switching
Mechanism
■
The mechanism utilizes a high speed
≤ than 3-cycle stored energy switching
mechanism. This mechanism can be
operated manually under a FULL LOAD.
■
Ease of Coordination and Application —
Short Time Withstand
The use of electronic trips has allowed
performance curve shaping to facilitate proper system coordination. The
most significant is the “short time”
rated trip unit.
These trip settings may be set for
what are considered extremely high
currents for much longer durations
than the 3-cycle withstand test required
under UL 1008. To facilitate improved
coordination, Eaton Magnum transfer
switches have been tested and are
provided with 30-cycle, extended
withstand ratings.
■
■
■
UL 489 and UL 1008 listed. 4000
and 5000 amperes available as
UL 891 only.
65 – 100 kA standard withstand
ratings.
30-cycle, extended withstand ratings.
≤ than 3-cycle closing speed.
Electrically operated.
True 4-pole switched neutral
availability.
Totally enclosed contact assembly.
3A/3B auxiliary contacts for customer
connection (each Magnum switch).
Optional Integral Overcurrent
Protection Capability
Multi-Tap Voltage Selector
Voltage Selection Terminals
Allows the transfer switch to be readily
applied on most system voltages
worldwide by connecting to the proper
terminals. Available system voltages
include 120, 208, 220, 230, 240, 380,
401, 415, 480, or 600 Vac, 50 or 60 Hz.
Contact Wear
Inspection Area
(Ledge Not Visible
Under Contacts)
Contact Wear
Inspection Area
(Ledge Now
Becoming Visible
Under Contacts)
Optional DigitripTM Magnum Trip Unit
Service Entrance
For service entrance and other applications, Digitrip solid-state trip units can
be integrated into the power switching
section. This eliminates the need for
separate upstream protective devices,
saving cost and space. Available with
various combinations of Long, Short
Time, Instantaneous, Ground Fault
Protection, and Communications.
Side-to-Side
Ledge
Contact Wear
Indicator —
Contacts Closed
and in Good
Condition
Contact Wear
Indicator —
Contacts Closed
and Wear is
Indicated
Contact Wear Indicators
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-23
February 2007
Magnum Floor-Standing Transfer Switches
Logic
Automatic Transfer Open Transition
Ease of Maintenance
Application Versatility
Whether the application calls for open
or closed transition, Eaton has the
right logic controller for the task. IQ
Transfer controllers have set a new
standard for transfer switch technology
featuring:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Microprocessor-based logic.
Digital display.
Field set point programmability.
Transfer history.
PowerNet Communications
capability.
Voltmeter and frequency meter.
True rms voltage sensing.
Mimic BUS/LED display.
Load voltage decay delayed
transition capability.
In-phase monitor capability.
Field upgrade capability.
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
Open transition type Magnum transfer
switches utilize the Eaton programmable
ATC-600 microprocessor-based logic
controller.
Refer to technical data TD.15A.05.T.E
Open Transition IQ Transfer (ATC-600)
for Automatic Transfer Switches for
additional information.
Automatic Transfer Closed Transition
ATC-800 Closed Transition IQ Transfer
Closed transition applications feature
the ATC-800 Closed Transition IQ
Transfer logic controller.
Refer to technical data TD.15A.09.T.E
Closed Transition IQ Transfer (ATC-800)
for Automatic Transfer Switches for
additional information.
CA08101001E
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Logic Disconnect Plugs
Keyed quick-disconnect plugs are provided for easy and complete isolation
of the control circuitry.
Maintenance can be performed on
the logic independent from the power
sections and still allow the user to
manually transfer power under full
load conditions.
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16-24
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch
Bypass Isolation
Transfer Switch
Features, Benefits
and Functions
The Eaton transfer switch is a rugged,
compact design utilizing Magnum
power switches or Magnum power
circuit breakers to transfer essential
loads from one power source to
another. Open transition switching
devices are interlocked to prevent both
switching devices from being closed at
the same time. The versatile design, in
addition to standard transfer functions,
offers an optional integral thermal and
short circuit protection in either or
both switching devices.
Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch
Product Description
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A bypass isolation switch utilizes
loadbreak isolation and bypass transfer
power contacts. Thus, should voltage
be lost on the line to which the ATS
is connected, and should a manual
bypass be required to the other line,
this can be accomplished safely and
quickly as described below. With contactor designs utilizing non-loadbreak
isolation and bypass switches, manual
bypass to the other line is hindered
by mechanical or electrical safety
interlocking.
Application Description
The bypass isolation switch is designed
for applications where maintenance,
inspection and testing must be performed while maintaining continuous
power to the load. This is typically
required in critical life support systems
and standby power situations calling
for safe system maintenance with no
power disruptions. Such a design allows
for the quick removal of the different
switching devices for inspection,
maintenance or replacement.
The switching devices are in a compact
vertical arrangement. The logic can be
easily disconnected from the switching device without disturbing critical
connections. The enclosure is free
standing, and, by using the specially
supplied cleats, the switch is seismic
approved (Option 42). The terminals
are mounted in the rear of the switch,
permitting rear, top, bottom or side
cable or bus bar entrance.
The switching devices have a high
withstand rating. The high-speed,
stored-energy switching mechanism
guarantees a transfer time of less than
3 cycles.
Features
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Reliable microprocessor logic.
Designed to safely withstand fault
currents.
Eliminates need for complex
interlocks.
Most versatile bypass isolation
transfer switch available.
Cutler-Hammer drawout cassette
design.
Overcurrent protection available.
No loadbreak when bypassing to
the same source.
Drawout capabilities on both ATS
and Bypass portions.
Compact design.
Ability to test power switching
elements during drawout process.
Power switching devices completely
interchangeable between ATS and
Bypass portions.
Standards and Certifications
Eaton transfer switch equipment is
listed for application by UL and CSA.
In addition, Eaton ATSs are listed in
File E38116 by Underwriters Laboratories
under Standard UL 1008. This standard
covers requirements for ATSs intended
for use in ordinary locations to provide
for lighting and power as follows:
A. In emergency systems, in accordance with Articles 517 and 700 in
the National Electrical Code (NEC),
American National Standards
Institute/National Fire Protection
Association (ANSI/NFPA) 70 and
the NFPA No. 76A and/or
B.
In standby systems, in accordance
with Article 702 of the NEC and/or
C. In legally required standby systems
in accordance with Article 701 of
the NEC. Eaton ATSs are available
to meet NFPA 110 for emergency
and standby power systems, and
NFPA 99 for health care facilities
when ordered with the appropriate
options. Since Eaton ATSs utilize
specially designed switches and/
or switching devices as the main
power switching contacts, these
devices must also be listed under
the additional UL Standard 1066.
UL utilizes two basic types of listing programs:
a) Label Service and b) Re-examination. UL 1066 employs a
label service listing program
which requires an extensive
follow-up testing program
for listed devices. Standard
UL 1008 for ATSs lists devices
under the re-examination
program which only requires a
continual physical re-examination of the components used in
the product to ensure consistency with the originally
submitted device. Follow-up
testing IS NOT required by
UL 1008. Representative production samples of switches
and switching devices used in
Eaton ATSs are subjected to a
complete test program identical to the originally submitted
devices on an ongoing periodic
basis per UL 1066. The frequency
of such a re-submittal can be as
often as every quarter for a low
ampere device.
Note: IBC seismic qualified.
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-25
February 2007
Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch
Technical Data and Specifications
Table 16-24. Withstand Ratings
INCOMING
SOURCE 1
SOURCE 1
ISOLATED
SOURCE 1
BYPASS
ATS
SOURCE 1
SOURCE 1
POSITION
SOURCE 1
BYPASS
LOAD
A
SOURCE 2
POSITION
A
ATS
SOURCE 2
Rating When Used
with Upstream Fuse
Transfer Switch
Ampere Rating
3-Cycle
600 Volt (kA)
30-Cycle
600 Volt (kA)
200
1000
1200
1600
100
100
100
100
85
85
85
85
2000
2500
3200
4000
5000
100
100
100
100
100
85
85
85
85
85
■
Tested in accordance with UL 1008.
Eaton Drawout Magnum Transfer Switch will coordinate
with a power switching device short time rating.
■ Contact factory for details.
■
SOURCE 1
AVAILABLE
SOURCE 2
ISOLATED
Rating When Used with
Upstream Circuit Breaker
SOURCE 2
BYPASS
SOURCE 2
BYPASS
INCOMING
SOURCE 2
SOURCE 2
AVAILABLE
Figure 16-11. Typical Bypass Isolation Switch Schematic
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Magnum Bypass Isolation Front View
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
Magnum Floor-Standing Transfer Switches
Product Selection
Catalog Number: ATVIMGB33200XRU with
Optional Features 16B, 37B and 42.
Eaton Transfer Switch Equipment
offers flexibility and versatility to the
system designer and user. All switches
include the basic features necessary
for normal operation as standard. Eaton
also offers an extensive array of optional
features/accessories that allows the
user to customize a new transfer switch
to match the application. Select the
appropriate catalog number for the
application from Table 16-25 below.
Then choose from Table 16-45 any
optional features/accessories needed
to complete the project requirements.
The example above would specify
the following:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Automatic transfer switch.
Vertical configuration.
IQ transfer logic.
Magnum DS frame.
Fixed mount.
3-pole.
3200 amperes.
480 volts.
NEMA 1 enclosure.
■
UL listed.
ATC-600 Transfer Logic.
■ Integral overcurrent protection
both sources.
■ Service entrance rated with
ground fault protection.
■ Seismic Zone 4 qualified.
■
Catalog Numbering System
Table 16-25. Catalog Numbering System — Magnum Bypass, Automatic and Non-Automatic Transfer Switches 200 – 5000 Amperes
Using the Catalog Numbering System provides an overview of the ten basic style/feature categories
which generate the 15 digit catalog number.
AT V I MG B 3 3200 X R U
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Type
Position 1-2
Logic
Position 4
Frame
Position 5-6
Poles
Position 8
Amperes
Position 9-12
Enclosure
Position 14
Listing
Position 15
AT = Automatic
CT = Closed
Transition
BI = Bypass
Transition
CB = Closed
Transition/
Bypass
Isolation
NT= Non Auto
I = ATC-600 (Open
Transition)
I = ATC-800
(Closed
Transition)
E = Electromechanical
MG = Magnum DS
2 = 2 Poles
3 = 3 Poles
4 = 4 Poles
0200 = 200 A
0300 = 300 A
0400 = 400 A
0600 = 600 A
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3200 = 3200 A
4000 = 4000 A
5000 = 5000 A
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
T = Through
Door
Design
U = UL Listed
CSA Listed
Orientation
Position 3
V = Vertical
PCS = Power Case Switch
Switch
Position 7
A = Fixed Mount,
Power Case Switch
PCS Both
B = Fixed Mount,
Power Case Circuit
Breaker PCB Both
C = Fixed Mount,
PCB Normal,
PCS Emergency
D = Fixed Mount,
PCS Normal,
PCB Emergency
E = Drawout, PCS Both
F = Drawout, PCB Both
G = Drawout, PCB Normal,
PCS Emergency
H = Drawout, PCS Normal,
PCB Emergency
Voltage
Position 13
A = 120 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
B = 208/120 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
E = 600 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
E = 600 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
G = 220/127 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
G = 220/110 V 50/60 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
H = 380/220 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
K = 600 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
M = 230 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
M = 230 V 50 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
N = 401/230 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
O = 415/240 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
W= 240/120 V 60 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
W= 240 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
W= 240/120 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
Hi-Leg
W= 230/115 V 60 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
X = 480 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
X = 480/277 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
X = 480/240 V 50 Hz 1-Phase 2-Wire
Z = 346/220 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
PCB = Power Circuit Breaker
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-27
February 2007
Magnum Fixed Mounted Transfer Switch Dimensions
Table 16-27. Magnum Fixed Mounted Transfer Switches — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Dimensions and Weights —
Magnum Fixed Mount and
Drawout Transfer Switches
Ampere
Rating
Enclosures meet all current applicable
NEMA and UL standards for conduit
entry, cable bending, gutter space,
and shielding of live components.
NEMA 1 and NEMA 3R Enclosures
Magnum Transfer Switches are supplied with a front door only. They can
be mounted in a corner or against a
wall. Access to cable space can be via
either side, bottom, top, or the rear.
Note: A wireway is required in accordance
with the following table.
Wireway
Load
Cable
Bus
Cable
Cable
Cable
Bus
Cable
Cable
Cable
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cable
Bus
Bus
Cable
Bus
Cable
Bus
Cable
Bus
Yes
No
No
Cable
Bus
Bus
Bus
Bus
Bus
No
No
B
C
Depth
Shipping
Weight Lbs. (kg)
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
32.00 (813)
32.00 (813)
32.00 (813)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
1050 (477)
1050 (477)
1250 (568)
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
1900 (863)
1900 (863)
2000 (910)
4000
4000
2 or 3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
48.00 (1219)
54.00 (1372)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
1150 (521)
1300 (589)
5000
5000
2 or 3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
48.00 (1219)
54.00 (1372)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
1300 (589)
1450 (657)
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
32.00 (711)
32.00 (711)
32.00 (711)
63.00 (1600)
63.00 (1600)
63.00 (1600))
1600 (726)
1600 (726)
1800 (817)
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
63.00 (1600)
63.00 (1600)
63.00 (1600))
2400 (1090)
2400 (1090)
2500 (1135)
4000
4000
2 or 3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5000
5000
2 or 3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Table 16-26. Connection Type
Emergency
B
Width
NEMA 3R Enclosed Fixed Mounted Transfer Switch
Note: Add 3 inches to the height, 6 inches to
the width, and 3 inches to the depth to all
enclosure dimensions to account for the
seismic Zone 4 mounting brackets.
Line
A
Height
NEMA 1 Enclosed Fixed Mount Transfer Switch
Automatic, Non-Automatic and Manual
Transfer Switches
Connection Type
Number
of Poles
A wireway is required, See Table 16-26.
Table 16-28. Wireway Dimensions — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Ampere
Rating
Number
of Poles
A
Height
B
Width
C
Depth
Shipping
Weight Lbs. (kg)
3200 & Below
All
91.00 (2311)
32.00 (813)
48.00 (1219)
850 (386)
4000
4000
3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
38.00 (965)
38.00 (965)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
900 (408)
1050 (476)
5000
5000
3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
38.00 (965)
38.00 (965)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
1100 (498)
1250 (566)
Note: All weights are approximate.
B
C
C
A
Figure 16-12. 200 – 2000 Ampere Fixed Mount NEMA 1
CA08101001E
Figure 16-13. 200 – 2000 Ampere Fixed Mount NEMA 3R
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-28
February 2007
Magnum Drawout Transfer Switch Dimensions
Table 16-29. Magnum Drawout Transfer Switches — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Ampere
Rating
Number
of Poles
A
Height
B
Width
C
Depth
Shipping
Weight Lbs. (kg)
Note: A wireway is required in accordance
with the following table.
Table 16-31. Connection Type
NEMA 1 Enclosed Drawout Transfer Switch
Connection Type
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
32.00 (813)
32.00 (813)
32.00 (813)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
1600 (727)
1600 (727)
1900 (864)
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
2500 (1136)
2500 (1136)
2800 (1273)
4000
4000
2 or 3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
48.00 (1219)
54.00 (1372)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
5000
5000
2 or 3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
48.00 (1219)
54.00 (1372)
Wireway
Line
Emergency
Load
Cable
Bus
Cable
Cable
Cable
Bus
Cable
Cable
Cable
Yes
Yes
Yes
1250 (566)
1400 (635)
Cable
Bus
Bus
Cable
Bus
Cable
Bus
Cable
Bus
Yes
No
No
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
1400 (635)
1550 (703)
Cable
Bus
Bus
Bus
Bus
Bus
No
No
NEMA 3R Enclosed Drawout Transfer Switch
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
32.00 (813)
32.00 (813)
32.00 (813)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905
2100 (953)
2100 (953)
2400 (1090)
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
44.00 (1118)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
3000 (1362)
3000 (1362)
3300 (1498)
4000
4000
2 or 3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5000
5000
2 or 3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
A wireway is required, See Table 16-31.
Table 16-30. Wireway Dimensions — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Ampere
Rating
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Number
of Poles
A
Height
B
Width
C
Depth
Shipping
Weight Lbs. (kg)
3200 & Below
All
91.00 (2311)
32.00 (813)
48.00 (1219)
850 (385)
4000
4000
3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
38.00 (965)
38.00 (965)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
900 (408)
1050 (476)
5000
5000
3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
38.00 (965)
38.00 (965)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
1100 (498)
1250 (566)
Note: All weights are approximate.
B
C
B
C
A
A
Figure 16-14. 200 – 2000 Ampere Drawout NEMA 1
Figure 16-15. 200 – 2000 Ampere Drawout NEMA 3R
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-29
February 2007
Magnum Bypass Isolation Transfer Switch Dimensions
Table 16-32. Magnum Bypass Isolation Drawout Transfer Switches — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Ampere
Rating
Number
of Poles
A
Height
B
Width
C
Depth
Shipping
Weight Lbs. (kg)
Note: A wireway is required in accordance
with the following table.
Table 16-34. Connection Type
NEMA 1 Enclosed Drawout Transfer Switch
Connection Type
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
3100 (1409)
3100 (1409)
3700 (1682)
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
4700 (2136)
4700 (2136)
5500 (2500)
4000
4000
2 or 3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
48.00 (1219)
54.00 (1372)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
5000
5000
2 or 3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
48.00 (1219)
54.00 (1372)
Wireway
Line
Emergency
Load
Cable
Bus
Cable
Cable
Cable
Bus
Cable
Cable
Cable
Yes
Yes
Yes
1250 (568)
1400 (635)
Cable
Bus
Bus
Cable
Bus
Cable
Bus
Cable
Bus
Yes
No
No
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
1400 (635)
1550 (703)
Cable
Bus
Bus
Bus
Bus
Bus
No
No
NEMA 3R Enclosed Drawout Transfer Switch
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
200 – 2000
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
3700 (1682)
3700 (1682)
4300 (1955)
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2500 – 3200
2
3
4
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
90.00 (2286)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
64.00 (1626)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
75.00 (1905)
5300 (2410)
5300 (2410)
6000 (2730)
4000
4000
2 or 3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5000
5000
2 or 3
4
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
A wireway is required, See Table 16-31.
Table 16-33. Wireway Dimensions — Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Ampere
Rating
Number
of Poles
A
Height
B
Width
C
Depth
Shipping
Weight Lbs. (kg)
3200 & Below
All
91.00 (2311)
32.00 (813)
48.00 (1219)
850 (385)
4000
4000
3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
38.00 (965)
38.00 (965)
48.00 (1219)
48.00 (1219)
900 (408)
1050 (476)
5000
5000
3
4
91.50 (2324)
91.50 (2324)
38.00 (965)
38.00 (965)
60.00 (1524)
60.00 (1524)
1100 (498)
1250 (566)
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Note: All weights are approximate.
B
C
B
C
A
A
Figure 16-16. 200 – 2000 Ampere Drawout NEMA 1
CA08101001E
Figure 16-17. 200 – 2000 Ampere Drawout NEMA 3R
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
ATC-100 Controller
ATC-100 Controller
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Features, Benefits
and Functions
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■
Standard Features
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ATC-100 Controller
Product Description
The ATC-100 Controller is a comprehensive, multi-function, microprocessorbased ATS controller. It is a compact,
self-contained, panel mounted device
designed to replace traditional relay
and solid-state logic panels.
Application Description
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The ATC-100 Controller provides an
unmatched degree of programmed
flexibility to address the needs of any
system. It operates from all system
voltages between 120 and 480 Vac,
single-phase and 3-phase, at 50 or 60 Hz.
In addition, a period of no control power
operation is provided. The ATC-100
Controller monitors the condition of
the 3-phase line-to-line voltage and
frequency of both the Utility and
Generator power sources. It can also
be set up for single-phase operation.
The ATC-100 Controller provides the
necessary intelligence to ensure that
the transfer switch operates properly
through a series of programmed
sensing and timing functions.
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Auxiliary relay contacts:
❑ Source 1 Present 2NO & 2NC
❑ Source 2 Present 2NO & 2NC
Switch position indication contacts:
❑ Source 1 Position 1NO & 1NC
❑ Source 2 Position 1NO & 1NC
Source 1 & Source 2 sensing:
❑ Undervoltage/under frequency
❑ Overvoltage/over frequency
❑ 3-phase rotation protection
❑ 3-phase voltage unbalance/loss
Pre-transfer signal contacts 1NO/
1NC.
Go to Emergency (Source 2).
Seven field programmable time
delays.
LCD-based display for programming, system diagnostic and Help
message display.
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Mimic diagram with source available and connected LED indication.
Time-stamped history log.
System test pushbutton.
Programmable plant exerciser —
OFF, daily, 7, 14, 28-day interval
selectable run time 0 – 600 minutes
no load/load with fail-safe.
Safe manual operation under full
load with permanently affixed
operating handle.
Monitor Utility and Generator power
source voltages and Generator
power source frequency.
Provide undervoltage protection
of the Utility and Generator power
sources.
Provide underfrequency and
overfrequency protection of the
and Generator power source.
Permit easy customer set-up.
Permit system testing.
Provide faceplate source status
indications.
Table 16-35. Controller Settings
Description
Range
Factory
Default
Fixed/
Jumper
Time Delay Engine Start
3 Seconds
3 Seconds
Fixed Setting
Time Delay Normal to Emergency
2 or 15 Seconds
15 Seconds
Jumper-Selectable
Time Delay Emergency to Normal
5 Minutes
5 Minutes
Fixed Setting
Time Delay Engine Cool-off
5 Minutes
5 Minutes
Fixed Setting
Time Delay Emergency Fail Timer
6 Seconds
6 Seconds
Fixed Setting
Nominal Frequency
50 or 60 Hz
As Ordered
Jumper-Selectable
Nominal Voltage
120, 208, 220, 230,
240, 380, 415 or
480 Volts
As Ordered
Jumper-Selectable
Three-Phase or Single-Phase
1 or 3
As Ordered
Jumper-Selectable
Utility Undervoltage Dropout
80% of Nominal
Voltage
80% of Nominal
Voltage
Fixed Setting
Generator Undervoltage Dropout
80% of Nominal
Voltage
80% of Nominal
Voltage
Fixed Setting
Utility Undervoltage Pickup
90% of Nominal
Voltage
90% of Nominal
Voltage
Fixed Setting
Generator Undervoltage Pickup
90% of Nominal
Voltage
90% of Nominal
Voltage
Fixed Setting
Generator Underfrequency Dropout
90% of Nominal
Frequency
90% of Nominal
Frequency
Fixed Setting
Generator Underfrequency Pickup
95% of Nominal
Frequency
95% of Nominal
Frequency
Fixed Setting
Generator Overfrequency Dropout
Off or 115% of
Nominal Frequency
Off
Jumper-Selectable
Generator Overfrequency Pickup
Off or 110% of
Nominal Frequency
Off
Jumper-Selectable
Generator Test On/Off
Off, No Load Transfer, Off
Load Transfer
Jumper-Selectable
Generator Test Interval
7-Day, 14-day,
or 28-day
7-Day
Jumper-Selectable
Engine Run Test Time
15 Minutes
15 Minutes
Fixed Setting
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-31
February 2007
ATC-100 Controller
Product Specifications
Table 16-36. ATC-100 Controller Specifications
Description
Specification
Input Control Voltage
95 to 145 Vac 50/60 Hz
Voltage Measurements of
Utility VAB Generator VAB
Utility VBC Generator VBC
Utility VCA Generator VCA
0 to 575 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
Voltage Measurement Range
Voltage Measurement Accuracy
±1% of Full Scale
Frequency Measurements of
Generator
Frequency Measurement Range
40 Hz to 70 Hz
Frequency Measurement Accuracy
±0.3 Hz Over the Measurement Range
Undervoltage Dropout
80% of the Nominal System Voltage
Undervoltage Pickup
90% of the Nominal System Voltage
Underfrequency Dropout Range
90% of the Nominal System Frequency
Underfrequency Pickup Range
95% of the Nominal System Frequency
Overfrequency Dropout Range
115% of the Nominal System Frequency
Overfrequency Pickup Range
110% of the Nominal System Frequency
Operating Temperature Range
-20 to +70°C (-4 to +158°F)
Storage Temperature Range
-30 to +85°C (-22 to +185°F)
Operating Humidity
0 to 95% Relative Humidity (Non-condensing)
Operating Environment
Resistant to Ammonia, Methane, Nitrogen, Hydrogen and Hydrocarbons
Generator Start Relay
5 A, 1/6 hp @ 250 Vac
5 A @ 30 Vdc with a 150 W Maximum Load
K1, K2 Relays
10 A, 1 – 3 hp @ 250 Vac
10 A @ 30 Vdc
Applicable Testing
UL Recognized Component
UL 1008, UL 991 Environmental
IEC 61000-4-2, 61000-4-3, 61000-4-4, 61000-4-5, 61000-4-6, 61000-4-11
CISPR 11, Class B
FCC Part 15, Class B
Enclosure Compatibility
NEMA 1, NEMA 3R and NEMA 12
UV Resistant ATC-100 Faceplate
CA08101001E
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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February 2007
ATC-300 Controller
ATC-300 Controller
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Time-stamped history log.
System test pushbutton.
■ Programmable plant exerciser —
OFF, daily, 7, 14, 28-day interval
selectable run time 0 – 600 minutes
no load/load with fail-safe.
■ Safe manual operation under full
load with permanently affixed
operating handle.
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Optional Features
■
ATC-300 Controller
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Product Description
AT3 switches are equipped with the
high-performance ATC-300 digital
transfer controller for rock-solid monitoring, status reporting and transfer
control operation. Superior design and
robust construction make the AT3 the
industry benchmark for critical and
distributed power systems.
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Suitable for Use as Service Equipment in the standard enclosure size.
Available TVSS surge suppression
for power/controller, engine start
circuit, phone and cable
connections.
Integrated distribution panels.
Field-selectable multi-tap transformer panel permits operation on a
wide range of system voltages.
Integral overcurrent protection.
Space heater with thermostat.
Ammeter — load side.
Stainless steel cover for controller.
Table 16-37. Programming Selections
Parameters
Set Points
TDNE
TDEN
TDEC
0 to 1800 Seconds
0 to 1800 Seconds
0 to 1800 Seconds
TDES
TDN
TDEF
0 to 120 Seconds
0 to 120 Seconds
0 to 6 Seconds
In Phase
Enabled or Disabled
In Phase
Frequency Difference
0.0 to 3.0 Hz
Sync Time
1 to 60 Minutes
Pre-Transfer
Signal Service
0 to 120 Seconds
Plant Exerciser
Disabled, 7, 14 or
28 Day Interval,
0 – 600 Minutes,
Load or No Load
Sensing
3-phase or 1-phase
System Selection
Utility — Utility or
Utility — Generator
PT Ratio
2:1 to 500:1
Commit to Transfer
in TDNE
0 or 1
Re-Transfer Mode
Automatic or Manual
Engine Test Mode
Disabled, Load or
No Load
Application Description
16
The Cutler-Hammer AT3 Automatic
Transfer Switch from Eaton’s electrical
business is designed to provide
unmatched performance, reliability
and versatility for critical standby
power applications.
Features, Benefits and
Functions
Standard Features
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Auxiliary relay contacts:
❑ Source 1 Present 2NO & 2NC
❑ Source 2 Present 2NO & 2NC
Switch position indication contacts:
❑ Source 1 Position 1NO & 1NC
❑ Source 2 Position 1NO & 1NC
Source 1 & Source 2 sensing:
❑ Undervoltage/under frequency
❑ Overvoltage/over frequency
❑ 3-phase rotation protection
❑ 3-phase voltage unbalance/loss
Pre-transfer signal contacts 1NO/
1NC.
Go to Emergency (Source 2).
Seven field programmable time
delays.
LCD-based display for programming, system diagnostic and Help
message display.
Mimic diagram with source available and connected LED indication.
Product Specifications
Table 16-38. ATC-300 Controller Specifications
Description
Specification
Input Control Voltage
65 to 145 Vac 50/60 Hz
Voltage Measurements of
Voltage Measurement Range
Source 1 VAB
Source 1 VBC
Source 1 VCA
0 to 790 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
Voltage Measurement Accuracy
±2% of nominal input voltage
Frequency Measurement for
Source 1 and Source 2
Frequency Measurement Range
40 Hz to 70 Hz
Source 2 VAB
Source 2 VBC
Source 2 VCA
Frequency Measurement Accuracy ±0.1 Hz
Undervoltage Dropout Range
50% to 90% of nominal voltage
Undervoltage Pickup Range
(Dropout +2%) to 99% of the Nominal System Voltage
Overvoltage Dropout Range
105% to 120% of nominal voltage
Overfrequency Pickup Range
101% to (Dropout -1 Hz) of the Nominal System Frequency
Underfrequency Dropout Range
90 to 97% of the Nominal System Frequency
Underfrequency Pickup Range
(Dropout +1 Hz) to 99% of the Nominal System Frequency
Overfrequency Dropout Range
103 to 110% of the Nominal System Frequency
Overfrequency Pickup Range
101% to (Dropout -1 Hz) of the Nominal System Frequency
Operating Temperature Range
-20 to +70°C (-4 to +158°F)
Storage Temperature Range
-30 to +85°C (-22 to +185°F)
Operating Humidity
0 to 95% Relative Humidity (Non-condensing)
Operating Environment
Resistant to Ammonia, Methane, Nitrogen, Hydrogen and
Hydrocarbons
Generator Start Relay
5 A, 1/6 hp @ 250 Vac / 5 A @ 30 Vdc with a 150 W Maximum Load
K1, K2, Pretransfer, Alarm Relays
10 A, 1 – 3 hp @ 250 Vac / 10 A @ 30 Vdc
Applicable Testing
UL Recognized Component
Meets Intent of UL 991, 1008
Meets IEC 1000-4-2, 1000-4-3, 1000-4-4, 1000-4-5, 1000-4-6, 1000-4-11
Meets CISPR 11, Class A
Complies with FCC Part 15, Class A
Enclosure Compatibility
NEMA 1, NEMA 3R, and NEMA 12
UV Resistant ATC-300 Faceplate
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CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
16-33
February 2007
ATC-600 IQ Transfer Controller
ATC-600
Application Description
IQ Transfer Controller
The ATC-600 is equipped to display
history information either via the front
panel or over PowerNet. Source 1 and
Source 2 Run Time, Available Time,
and Connect Time are available, as
well as Load Energized Time, Number
of Transfers, and the Date, Time and
Reason for the Last 16 Transfers.
Table 16-39. Programming Selections
Parameters
Set Points
TDNE
TDEN
TDEC
TDES
0 to 1800 Seconds
0 to 1800 Seconds
0 to 1800 Seconds
0 to 120 Seconds
TDN 0 to 120 Seconds or
Based on Load Voltage
Decay (2 – 30% of
Nominal Voltage)
TDEF
ATC-600
Product Description
Eaton’s Cutler-Hammer ATC-600 is a
microprocessor-based logic controller
to be used with Cutler-Hammer transfer switches. This device is doormounted and provides the operator
with an at-a-glance overview of switch
status and parameters, as well as key
diagnostic data. Real-time values for
volts and frequency can be viewed via
the front panel LED display, along with
an indication of the power source
currently in use.
The ATC-600 continuously monitors
either single-phase or 3-phase voltages
for Source 1, Source 2, and the load.
When the Source 1 voltage or frequency
is detected to be below the customer
programmed set points, transfer to
Source 2 is initiated. When the Source 2
voltage and frequency are detected to
be within the programmed parameters,
the transfer occurs. While the load is
connected to Source 2, the ATC-600
continues to monitor Source 1. As soon
as the Source 1 voltage and frequency
return to within the programmed
limits, and after a programmed time
delay, a re-transfer back to Source 1
is initiated.
The ATC-600 uses microprocessor
technology to provide the operator with
a vast array of selections. Depending
on the application, the user can
“customize” the ATC-600 to meet the
particular application. A summary
of several key selections is listed
in Table 16-39.
In Phase
Enabled or Disabled
IPFD 0.0 to 3.0 Hz
SYNC 1 to 60 Minutes
Load
Sequencing Up to 10 Devices
(Via Subnetwork)
Pre-Transfer
Signal Device 0 to 120 Seconds
Up to 10 Devices
(Via Subnetwork)
For further information on PowerNet
products and software, see Section 26.
System Selection Utility/Generator or Dual
Utility or Dual Generator
Plant Exerciser Load or No Load Transfer
(Selectable)
Preferred Source
Selector Source 1 or Source 2
or None
Sensing
3-Phase or 1-Phase
Optional features.
In Phase Frequency Difference.
Sync Time Allowance.
Product Specifications
Table 16-40. Specifications
Description
Specification
Input Control Power Range
65 Vac rms to 160 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
Voltage Measurements of
Source 1 VAB
Source 2 VAB
Source 1 VBC
Source 2 VBC
Source 1 VCA
Source 2 VCA
0 to 790 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
Voltage Measurement Range
Voltage Measurement Accuracy
±2% of nominal input voltage
Frequency Measurement for
Source 1 and Source 2
Frequency Measurement Range
40 Hz to 80 Hz
Frequency Measurement Accuracy
±0.1 Hz
Undervoltage Sensing
Source 1 and Source 2
Undervoltage Dropout Range
50% to 90% of nominal voltage
Overvoltage Dropout Range 105% to 120% of nominal voltage
Underfrequency Dropout Range 90% to 100% of nominal frequency
Overfrequency Dropout Range 100% to 120% of nominal frequency
Load VAB
Load VBC
Load VCA
Contact Outputs:
Two Form A Contacts for Generator start
5 A 250 Vac; 5 A 30 Vdc
Four Form A Contacts for Control Functions 10 A 250 Vac; 10 A 30 Vdc
Three Form C Contacts for Control Functions 10 A 250 Vac; 10 A 30 Vdc
Communications Output
Over PowerNet (Optional)
Front Panel Indications:
Automatic Mode
Test Mode
Program Mode
PONI (Product Operated Network Interface)
Blinking LED indicates Automatic operation
LED illuminated indicating the unit is in the TEST mode
LED illuminated indicating the unit is in the Program
mode Blinking LED indicates user is viewing set points
in Program mode
LED Lights to Indicate
Source 1 Available (Amber), Source 2 Available (Amber),
Source 1 Connected (Green), Source 2 Connected (Red),
Source 1 Preferred (Red), Source 2 Preferred (Red),
Load Energized (Red)
LED Display to Indicate
History Information
Set Points
Real-Time Clock
Environmental Temperature Range
Operation: -20°C to +70°C
Applicable Standards
UL 1008, UBC and BOCA for Seismic Zone 4
CA08101001E
0 to 6 Seconds
For communications capability, the
ATC-600 can be equipped with a PONI
card which will allow the user to communicate with the unit via Series III
software. All settings for purchased
options can be set from the faceplate
of the unit or downloaded over PowerNet. Series III software allows for
charting of key historical data, as well
as providing the capability to monitor
and control the transfer switch from a
remote location.
Optional features.
For more information visit: www.eaton.com
Storage: -30°C to +85°C
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
February 2007
ATC-800 Closed Transition IQ Transfer Controller
ATC-800
Closed Transition IQ Transfer Controller
if Feature set 47D is selected, failure to
synchronize will result in the CTIQ
Transfer (ATC-800) refusing to Transfer
to Source 2 and an alarm signal being
activated. In neither case will there be
a paralleling of sources if synchronization is not achieved.
Application Description
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ATC-800
Product Description
The Closed Transition IQ Transfer [CTIQ
Transfer (ATC-800)] is a programmable,
microprocessor-based monitoring
device designed for use in Eaton Closed
Transition Transfer Switches (CTVI/
CBVI). By using the Eaton CTIQ Transfer
(ATC-800), the user may avoid intentional interruption of power when both
sources of power are available. This
make-before-break mode of operation
is useful during testing of the engine
generator under load and where a predetermined transfer to the generator is
desired. Source paralleling duration is
limited to less than 100 msec.
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Passive Closed Transition
The Closed Transition mode of operation requires that both power sources
be synchronized in voltage, frequency
and phase angle within prescribed
limits. Eaton’s CTIQ Transfer (ATC-800)
utilizes a technique that involves
waiting for synchronization of the two
sources without actively controlling
the generator’s voltage or frequency.
The mode of operation is anticipatory
in that the switch close command is
initiated before the sources are exactly
in-phase. Utilizing the phase angle and
frequency difference between the two
sources, a calculation is made to
predict when both sources would be
in-phase. The response time of the
switch is then factored in to determine
when the switch close signal should
be given to assure optimal closure of
the two sources in-phase.
The Eaton Closed Transition IQ Transfer
(ATC-800) must be selected with one
of two feature sets: 47C or 47D. The
difference between these two feature
sets is the action taken by the CTIQ
Transfer (ATC-800) if it is determined
that the two sources will not achieve
synchronization. If Feature set 47C is
selected, failure to synchronize results
in the switch reverting to an Open
Transition mode of operation. However,
The generator used with a closed
transition transfer switch must be
equipped with an isochronous
governor.
■ When paralleling sources, fault
current contributions from both
sources should be considered in
the system design.
■ Closed Transition (make-beforebreak) technology causes paralleling
with the Source 1. It is the user’s
responsibility to comply with any
requirements regarding protective
relaying. Protective relaying is not
supplied with the standard transfer
switch, but is available.
Switch Application Section
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Eaton Closed Transition IQ Transfer
(ATC-800) Features
The CTIQ Transfer (ATC-800) is a doormounted, totally enclosed device that
is customer accessible from the transfer
switch front panel.
Frequency sensing on Normal and
Source 2.
Programmable set points stored
in non-volatile memory.
PowerNet Communication to
personal computer either on-site
or remote.
Historical data on most recent transfers (up to 16 events) viewable at
switch. Unlimited history storage
(remote) available when used with
PowerNet software.
Wide range of user-selectable
option combinations.
Load sequencing.
Engine start contacts.
Engine Test Switch with userselectable Test Mode and Fail-Safe.
Alarm contact (multiple alarm
functions available).
Pre-transfer signal.
Heartbeat Monitor (flashing green
Automatic light signifies that the
CTIQ Transfer (ATC-800) is operating
properly).
Instrumentation:
– Voltmeter (Accuracy ± 1%)
– Reads line-to-line on Sources 1
and 2 and Load
– Frequency Meter (40 – 80 Hz,
accuracy ± .1 Hz)
– Source Available Time
(both sources)
– Source Connected Time
(both sources)
– Source Run Time
Data access and programming operations are performed using the CTIQ
(ATC-800) Transfer’s touch-sensitive
function buttons in conjunction with
an easy-to-read, illuminated, alphanumeric LED display. Both the function
buttons and the display window are part
of the device’s front panel. A built-in
Help button provides user assistance
in the form of message displays.
ATC-800 Programming
The CTIQ Transfer (ATC-800) is communications ready and compatible
with all Eaton IQ devices as well as the
Eaton PowerNet system-wide supervisory and control software. This permits
monitoring and control of several
transfer switches, locally or remotely,
from a single point.
When the preferred source is connected
and the ATS is operating normally, the
Automatic indicator light will be flashing
and the display window will be blank.
Features, Benefits and
Functions
Additional Features
■
Source paralleling duration is
limited to 100 msec or less.
■ Applicable for use on any low or
medium voltage application through
38 kV.
■ True rms three-phase voltage sensing on Normal, Source 2 and Load.
For more information visit: www.eaton.com
Button Functions
Three buttons provide easy access
to all commonly used CTIQ Transfer
(ATC-800) functions.
Using the Display Select button, the
operator can step through each of the
six display families:
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Source 1.
Source 2.
Load.
History.
Time/Date.
Set Points.
Note: Stepping through the various display
modes does not alter preset values or otherwise affect operation of the ATS.
CA08101001E
Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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February 2007
ATC-800 Closed Transition IQ Transfer Controller
ATC-800 Closed Transition
IQ Transfer Controller
Once the desired display family is
selected, the user may press the
Step button to cycle through specific
parameters or metered values shown
in the display window.
Initial Programming
Factory programming will load all customer specified functions and presets.
At the customer’s request, Eaton will
add, delete or adjust optional features.
Customer Programming
Customers may reprogram set points
and other parameters to match their
application, using the Program switch
located on the rear of the unit. One the
programming mode has been activated
and the Program light is flashing, the
user may access Set Point settings by
pressing the Display Select button
until the Set Points LED is illuminated.
Values for individual set points may
then be altered by pressing the Increase
or Decrease buttons. Once a parameter
has been reset, the user advances to
the next set point by pressing the
Step button.
While the CTIQ Transfer (ATC-800) is in
the Program mode, the device continues
to operate in accordance with the previously programmed set points and
parameters. The unit is never off-line,
and preset values do not change until
programming has been completed.
Once reprogramming is complete, the
user may return the Program switch to
the Run position. At this point, all new
values are stored in the CTIQ’s (ATC-800)
non-volatile memory, and the unit
returns to Automatic mode.
Closed Transition IQ Transfer (ATC-800) Front Panel Display and Button Functions
Test
Indicator light is
on when unit is
in Test mode.
Automatic
LED indicates that the ATS is
operating normally and is in
the Automatic mode.
Program
LED indicates until is in
Programming mode. (Note: This
mode is activated using the Program
switch located on the rear of the unit.
History
By pressing the Display Select button
to light the History LED and the Step
button to rotate through available
data, historical or cumulative values
for Available Time (Both Sources),
Connected Time (Both Sources),
Number of Transfers and Date/Time
Reason for last 16 transfers are
displayed.
Source 1, Source 2, and Load
Colored LED lights show status
of both Sources and Load.
LED Display
Unit will provide LED readout
showing actual metered values
for Voltage, Frequency and
Condition (including Normal,
Under Voltage, Over Voltage, etc.
Help
Pressing the Help button in any
function mode will bring up display
messages, explanations and
prompts to assist the operator.
Time/Date
Displays real-time clock. Clock can
be easily set in this mode using the
increase and Decrease buttons.
Set Points
Selecting this LED permits the user
to display existing programmed
values.
Engine Test Buttons
Pressing this button twice
initiates an engine test.
Increase/Decrease
A detailed explanation of these
buttons can be found in the
Operation section.
Display Select
Source 1
Source 2
Load
History
Time/Date
Set Points
■
■
■
■
■
■
Step Button
Shows multiple
variables under
each display select
function.
Button is discussed
in Operation section.
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ATC-800 Closed Transition IQ Transfer Controller
ATC-800 Closed Transition
IQ Transfer Controller
ATC-800 Programming
and Options
Definitions
Closed Transition Operation Modes
Closed Transition: Closed transition is
a feature that will temporarily parallel
two live sources in a make-before-break
scheme when performing a transfer.
The CTIQ (ATC-800) Transfer will close
the switching devices for both sources,
paralleling both sources, for a maximum
time of 100 milliseconds after the
sources are synchronized.
Feature Set 47C Closed/In-Phase/Load
Voltage Decay
CTIQ (ATC-800) Transfer controllers
equipped with Feature Set 47C execute
the following sequence of operations
upon receipt of a request for transfer:
the controller waits (for a pre-selected
Open Transition/In-Phase Monitor:
In-Phase monitor is a feature that will
allow a transfer between two sources
only when the phase difference between
the two sources is near zero. This is an
open transition transfer that prevents
inrush currents from exceeding normal
starting currents in the case where
motor loads are being transferred.
Open Transition/Delayed with Load
Voltage Decay: Load voltage decay
transfer is a feature that, after opening
the switch for the original source, holds
in the neutral position until the voltage
on the load is less than 30% of rated
voltage. This is an open transition that
prevents inrush currents from exceeding
normal starting currents in the case
where motor loads are being transferred.
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Request for Transfer
Alternate
Source
Available?
Yes
Yes
Closed
Transition
Sources
Synchronized
<Tmax
No
No
Open Transition/
In-phase Monitor
Close Source 2
Both Sources
Still Available
No
Detect Source 2 Closed
Open Source 1
Yes
Operation
The Eaton CTIQ (ATC-800) Transfer
operates in the following modes to meet
most load management applications:
time frame) for synchronization of
voltage and frequency. If achieved, a
closed transition transfer occurs. Failure to synchronize results in the controller defaulting to an in-phase
monitor, open transition, mode of
operation. If the two sources fail to
achieve frequency synchronization
within the user selectable range, the
controller defaults to an open transition using a Load Voltage Decay
delayed transition.
Source 1 Open
<100 msec?
Sources
Synchronized
<Tmax
No
Open
Transit
Delayed
No
■
Loss of Normal Power
– Open Transition to
Alternate Source
■ Normal Power Restored
– Closed Transition back to
Normal Source
■ Peak Shave (Remote or Local)
– Closed Transition to and
from Alternate Source
■ Test (User Selectable)
– Load Transfer — Closed
Transition to and from
Alternate Source
– No-Load Transfer — Starts
Alternate Power Source and
Allows to Run Unloaded.
No Transfer Takes Place
Open Source 1
Yes
Yes
Open Source 2
Open Source 1
Load Voltage Decay
Alarm
Close Source 2
Close Source 2
End
End
Good
End
Figure 16-18. Feature Set 47C Schematic
Table 16-41. Closed Transition/In-Phase Standard Features
Standard
Features
Customer
Adjustments
Closed Transition Frequency Difference (Hz)
Closed Transition Voltage Difference (Volts)
In-phase Transition Frequency Difference (Hz)
0.0 to 0.3 Hz
1 to 5%
0.0 to 0.3 Hz
Closed Transition Synchronization Timer
In-phase Transition Synchronization Timer
1 to 60 Minutes
1 to 60 Minutes
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ATC-800 Closed Transition IQ Transfer Controller
In-Phase Transfer
Request for Transfer
Feature Set 47D Closed Only
CTIQ (ATC-800) Transfer controllers
equipped with Feature Set 47D only
transfer to an alternate source when
both sources are synchronized. For
synchronization to occur, both voltage
and frequency differentials must fall
within the user selectable ranges. If
synchronization does not occur (within
a pre-selected amount of time) the
controller will maintain load connection to the current power source and
initiate an alarm.
Alternate
Source
Available?
Yes
Sources
Synchronized
<Tmax
Yes
Closed
Transition
No
No
Close Source 2
Detect Source 2 Closed
Open Source 1
Source 1 Open
<100 msec?
No
Yes
Open Source 2
Good
Alarm
Alarm
End
End
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Figure 16-19. Feature Set 47D Schematic
Table 16-42. Closed Transition Standard Features
CA08101001E
Standard
Features
Customer
Adjustments
Closed Transition Frequency Difference (Hz)
Closed Transition Voltage Difference
Closed Transition Synchronization Timer
0.0 to 0.3 Hz
1 to 5%
1 to 60 Minutes
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ATC Controller — Selection Guide
Table 16-43. ATC Controller Feature Selection Chart
Feature
Description
ATC-100
ATC-300
ATC-600
ATC-800
Open Transition
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Closed Transition
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Standard
Transition
Timers
Time Delay Normal to Emergency (TDNE)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time Delay Engine Start (TDES)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time Delay Emergency to Normal (TDEN)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time Delay Engine Cooldown (TDEC)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time Delay Emergency Fail (TDEF)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Selectable — OFF, 7,
14, 28 Day Interval
Selectable Run Time
0 – 600 Minutes No
Load/Load with
Fail-safe
Programmable — OFF,
Daily, 7, 14, 28 Day
Interval Selectable Run
Time 0 – 600 Minutes
No Load/Load with
Fail-safe
Programmable — OFF,
Daily, 7, 14, 28 Day
Interval Selectable Run
Time 0 – 600 Minutes
No Load/Load with
Fail-safe
Programmable — OFF,
Daily, 7, 14, 28 Day
Interval Selectable Run
Time 0 – 600 Minutes
No Load/Load with
Fail-safe
Engine/Generator exerciser
Plant Exerciser (PE) with Fail-safe
Source 1 Sensing
All-Phase Undervoltage and Underfrequency Protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
All-Phase Overvoltage and Overfrequency Protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-Phase Rotation Sensing
Not Available
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-Phase Voltage Unbalance/Loss
Not Available
—
—
—
Source 2 Sensing
16
All-Phase Undervoltage and Underfrequency Protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
All-Phase Overvoltage and Overfrequency Protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-Phase Rotation Sensing
Not Available
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-Phase Voltage Unbalance/Loss
Not Available
—
—
—
Test Operators
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
4-Position Test Selector Switch (FPSS)
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Time Delay Bypass Pushbutton
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Maintenance Selector Switch (MSS)
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Automatic/Manual Operation Selector Switch
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Automatic Transfer or Automatic Transfer with
Non-Automatic Re-Transfer Operation
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Manual Controls
Indications/and Status Display
Source 1 Connected/Source 2 Connected
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Source 1 Present/Source 2 Present
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Source 1 Tripped/Source 2 Tripped
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Source 1/Source 2 Present Contacts
Not Available
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Source 1/Source 2 Present Contacts
Not Available
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Source 1 Available/Source 2 Available Contacts
Not Available
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Optional 2NO & 2NC
Source 1 Position Indication Contact
Not Available
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
Source 1 Position Indication Contact
Not Available
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
Pre-transfer Signal Contacts
—
Standard 1NO & 1NC
Standard 1NO & 1NC
Standard 1NO & 1NC
Customer Outputs
Switch Position Indication Contact
Customer Inputs
Go to Emergency (Source 2)
—
—
—
—
Load Shed
Not Available
Not Available
Optional
Optional
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Table 16-43. ATC Controller Feature Selection Chart (Continued)
Feature
Description
ATC-100
ATC-300
ATC-600
ATC-800
Source 1 Position Indication Contact
Not Available
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
Source 1 Position Indication Contact
Not Available
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
2NO & 2NC
Pre-Transfer Signal Contacts
—
Standard 1NO & 1NC
Standard 1NO & 1NC
Standard 1NO & 1NC
Switch Position Indication Contact
Customer Inputs
Go to Emergency (Source 2)
—
—
—
—
Load Shed
Not Available
Not Available
Optional
Optional
—
Optional
Optional
Optional
DP400 Monitoring Voltage, Amps, Frequency, Power
Factor, Harmonic Distortion on Source1 and Source 2
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
IQ Analyzer Monitoring Voltage, Amps, Frequency,
Power Factor, Harmonic Distortion on Source1 and
Source 2 with Wave Form Capture
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Integral Over Current Protection
Source 1, Source 2 or Both
Metering
Ammeter — Load Side (Digital, All-Phases Metered)
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Rear Bus Connections
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional Terminals
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Transfer Mode Open Transition
Time Delay Neutral
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
In-Phase Monitoring
Standard
Optional
Optional
Optional
Load Voltage Decay
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Time Delay Neutral
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Optional
In-Phase Monitoring
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Optional
Load Voltage Decay
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Transfer Mode Closed Transition
Service Entrance Rating
Source 1, Source 2 or Both & With and Without
Ground Fault Protection
Stainless Steel Cover
SS lockable Cover for Controller
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Integral Distribution Panel
—
Optional
Not Available
Not Available
100 Watts
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
400 Watts
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Space Heater with Thermostat
Building Codes
Seismic Zone 4 Certified (BOCA, CBC, IBC, UBC)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Communications
Not Available
Not Available
Optional
Optional
Transient Voltage Surge Protection
Single-Phase
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Three-Phase
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Password Protection
—
Standard
Standard
Standard
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ATC Controller — Selection Guide
Table 16-44. ATC Controller Specification Selection Chart
Specification
Description
ATC-100
Factory ATC-300
Default
Settings
Factory ATC-600
Default
Settings
Factory ATC-800
Default
Settings
Factory
Default
Settings
0:00
Programming Selections
16
Time Delay Normal to Emergency
3 Seconds (Fixed) —
0 – 1800 Seconds
0:00
0 – 1800 Seconds
0:00
0 – 1800 Seconds
Time Delay Emergency to Normal
7 Minutes (Fixed)
—
0 – 1800 Seconds
5:00
0 – 1800 Seconds
5:00
0 – 1800 Seconds
5:00
Time Delay Engine Cooldown
5 Minutes (Fixed)
—
0 – 1800 Seconds
5:00
0 – 1800 Seconds
5:00
0 – 1800 Seconds
5:00
Time Delay Engine Start
10 Seconds (Fixed) —
0 – 120 Seconds
0:03
0 – 120 Seconds
0:03
0 – 120 Seconds
0:03
Time Delay Neutral
N/A
—
0 – 120 Seconds
0:00
0 – 120 Seconds
or Based on Load
Voltage Decay
of 2% – 30%
of Nominal
0:00
0 – 120 Seconds
or Based on Load
Voltage Decay
of 2% – 30%
of Nominal
0:00
Time Delay Source 2 Fail
N/A
—
0 – 6 Seconds
0:06
0 – 6 Seconds
0:06
0 – 6 Seconds
0:06
Time Delay Voltage Unbalance
N/A
—
10 – 30 Seconds
20
N/A
20
N/A
20
Voltage Unbalance Three-Phase
N/A
—
0 or 1
(1 = Enabled)
1
—
1
—
1
% of Unbalanced Voltage Dropout
N/A
—
5% to 20% (DO)
Dropout -2% to
3% (PU)
20%
N/A
20%
N/A
20%
Phase Reversal Three-Phase
N/A
—
OFF, ABC, CBA
Off
N/A
Off
N/A
Off
In-Phase
N/A
—
0 or 1
(1 = Enabled)
0
Enabled or
Disabled
0
Enabled or
Disabled
0
Load Sequencing
N/A
—
N/A
—
Up to 10 Devices —
(via Sub-Network)
Up to 10 Devices —
(via Sub-Network)
Pre-Transfer Signal
N/A
—
1 – 120 Seconds
(Form “C”
Contact)
0:00
0 – 120 Seconds
(Up to 10 Devices
via Sub-Network)
0:00
0 – 120 Seconds
(Up to 10 Devices
via Sub-Network)
0:00
Plant Exerciser
Selectable Day,
Off, 7, 14, 28-Day
Interval, 15
Minutes Run
Time, No Load
Off
Selectable — Off,
Daily or 7, 14, 28
Day Intervals,
0 – 600 Minutes,
Load or No Load
Off
Selectable —
Disabled or
7-Day Interval,
0 – 600 Minutes,
Load or No Load
Off
Selectable —
Disabled or
7-Day Interval,
0 – 600 Minutes,
Load or No Load
Off
Preferred Source Selection
N/A
—
N/A
—
Source 1 or 2
or None
—
Source 1 or 2
or None
—
Commitment to Transfer in TDNE
N/A
—
N/A
—
Enabled or
Disabled
—
Enabled or
Disabled
—
Re-Transfer Mode
N/A
—
N/A
—
Automatic or
Manual
—
Automatic or
Manual
—
Auto Daylight Savings
Time Adjustment
N/A
—
0 or 1
(1 = Enabled)
1
—
1
—
1
System Selection
Utility/Generator
or Dual Utility
—
Utility/Generator
or Dual Utility
—
Utility/Generator
or Dual Utility or
Dual Generator
—
Utility/Generator
or Dual Utility or
Dual Generator
—
Additional Information
PA01600002E
—
TD01602006E
—
TD.15A.05.T.E.
—
TD.15A.05.T.E.
—
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ATC Controller — Selection Guide
Table 16-44. ATC Controller Specification Selection Chart (Continued)
Specification
Description
ATC-100
Factory ATC-300
Default
Settings
System Application Voltage
120/240 V, 208 V —
Up to 600 Vac
Source 1 and 2
Factory ATC-600
Default
Settings
Factory ATC-800
Default
Settings
Factory
Default
Settings
600 Vac Up to 600 Vac
600 Vac Up to 600 Vac
600 Vac
Source 1, 2 and
Load — VAB, VBC
and VCA
0 – 790 Vac rms
—
—
—
Source 1, 2 and
Load — VAB, VBC
and VCA
0 – 790 Vac rms
65 – 145 Vac
—
65 – 145 Vac
—
Voltage Specifications
Voltage Measurements of:
—
Voltage Measurement Range
120 – 240 Vac
—
Source 1 and 2 — —
VAB, VBC and
VCA
0 – 790 Vac rms
—
Operating Power
95 – 145 Vac
—
65 – 145 Vac
Frequency Measurements of:
Source 2
—
Source 1 and 2
—
Source 1 and 2
—
Source 1 and 2
—
Frequency Measurement Range
50 – 60 Hz
—
40 – 70 Hz
—
40 – 70 Hz
—
40 – 70 Hz
—
—
—
Frequency Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature Range
-20° to +70°C
—
-20° to +70°C
—
-20° to +70°C
—
-20° to +70°C
—
Storage Temperature Range
-30° to +85°C
—
-30° to +85°C
—
-30° to +85°C
—
-30° to +85°C
—
Operating Humidity
0 to 95% Relative
Humidity (Noncondensing)
—
0 to 95% Relative
Humidity (Noncondensing)
—
0 to 95% Relative
Humidity (Noncondensing)
—
0 to 95% Relative
Humidity (Noncondensing)
—
Operating Environment
Resistant to
Ammonia, Methane, Nitrogen,
Hydrogen and
Hydrocarbons
—
Resistant to
Ammonia, Methane, Nitrogen,
Hydrogen and
Hydrocarbons
—
Resistant to
Ammonia, Methane, Nitrogen,
Hydrogen and
Hydrocarbons
—
Resistant to
Ammonia, Methane, Nitrogen,
Hydrogen and
Hydrocarbons
—
Unit Status.
Source 1 and 2
Available and
Connected
(5 Total)
—
Unit Status.
Source 1 and 2
Available and
Connected
(5 Total)
—
Automatic, Test
and Program
Mode. Source 1
and 2 Available,
Connected and
Preferred.
Load Energized
(10 Total)
—
Automatic, Test
and Program
Mode. Source 1
and 2 Available,
Connected an
Preferred.
Load Energized
(10 Total)
—
—
Front Panel Indication
Mimic Diagram With LED Indication
16
Main Display
N/A
—
LCD-based Display —
LED Display
—
LED Display
Display Language
N/A
—
English, French
English
English
English
English
English
Communications Capable
N/A
—
N/A
PONI/INCOM
PONI/INCOM
Enclosure Compatibility
NEMA 1 and 3R
—
NEMA 1, 12 and
3R, UV Resistant
Faceplate
NEMA 1, 12, 3R
and 4X UV Resistant Faceplate
NEMA 1, 12, 3R
and 4X UV Resistant Faceplate
Operating Environmental Range
Operation -20°C
to +70°C, Storage
-30°C to +85°C,
Humidity 0% to
95% Relative
(Noncondensing)
—
Operation -20°C
to +70°C, Storage
-30°C to +85°C,
Humidity 0% to
95% Relative
(Noncondensing)
—
Operation -20°C to —
+70°C, Storage
-30°C to +85°C,
Humidity 0% to
95% Relative
(Noncondensing)
Single-phase.
Transfer on customer input.
As ordered.
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-30°C to +85°C,
Humidity 0%
95% Relative
(Noncondensing)
Transfer Switches
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Transfer Switch — Product Selection
Table 16-45. Automatic Transfer Switch Features
S
Time Delay Engine Cooldown (TDEC)
Fixed 5 Minutes
S
16
Emergency (S2) Source Sensing
Phase Reversal
All Phase Undervoltage/Underfrequency
S
All Phase Overvoltage/Overfrequency
All Phase Voltage Unbalance and Phase Loss
All Phase Overfrequency
S
6
6B
6D
6H
System or Engine Test
System Test Pushbutton
Maintained 2-Position Test Switch
Maintained 4-Position Test Switch
7
Time Delay Emergency Fail (TDEF)
Fixed 6 Seconds
Manual
Transfer Switch
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
S
S
O
S
S
O
S
S
O
S
S
O
S
S
S
Adjustable 0 – 1800 Seconds
5
5H
5J
5K
5L
5N
S
S
Adjustable 0 – 1800 Seconds
4
Magnum Load Fixed
and Drawout Mount
ATC-5000 Soft Load
Time Delay Emergency to Normal
(TDEN) Fixed 1 Minute
S
S
Adjustable 0 – 120 Seconds
3
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount ATC-800
Closed Transition
S
CTVCMG
Magnum
Bypass Isolation
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
Time Delay Engine Start (TDES)
Fixed 3 Seconds
MTHX ATVIMG BIVIMG CTVIMG
MTVX
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
2
NTHE
NTVE
Non-Automatic
Transfer Switch
S
ATC3 ATVI
ATHI
Molded Case Device
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
S
Adjustable 0 – 1800 Seconds
ATV3
ATH3
Closed
Soft
Transition Load
Contactor Switch
ATC-300 Controller
ATV1
ATH1
ATC1
Floor
Standing
Molded Case Switch
ATC-300 Controller
Timers
Time Delay Normal to Emergency
(TDNE) Fixed 2 Seconds or 15 Seconds
RLC1
Light Commercial Molded
Case Device and Contactor
Design ATC-100 Controller
1
Wall-Mount
Product
Residential Contactor
Switch ATC-100 Controller
Feature Description
Number
S
S
S
S
S
O
O
S
O
O
S
O
S
S
O
O
S
O
O
Time Delay Emergency Fail (TDEF)
Adjustable 0 – 6 Seconds
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
8
8C
8D
Pushbutton Bypass
Bypass TDEN
Bypass TDNE
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
9
9B
Maintenance Selector Switch
Electrical Operator Isolator Switch
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
10
10B
10D
Preferred Source Selector Switch
Utility to Utility or Utility to Generator
Generator to Generator
O
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
12
12C
12D
12G
12H
12L
Pilot Lights
Normal (S1) Source Connected
Emergency (S2) Source Connected
Normal (S1) Source Available
Emergency (S2) Source Available
Normal (S1) Source Tripped
(Requires Feature 16)
Emergency (S2) Source Tripped
(Requires Feature 16)
12M
14
14C
14D
14E
14F
14G
14H
Auxiliary Relay Contacts
Normal (S1) Source Available 4 Form C
Emergency (S2) Source Available 4 Form C
Normal (S1) Source Available 1 Form C
Emergency (S2) Source Available 1 Form C
Normal (S1) Source Available 2 Form C
Emergency (S2) Source Available 2 Form C
S
S
S
S
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Consult factory for contactor rating availability.
S = Standard, O = Optional
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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Table 16-45. Automatic Transfer Switch Features (Continued)
16
16N
16E
16B
16S
Integral Overcurrent Protection
Normal (S1) Switch Only
Emergency (S2) Switch Only
Normal (S1) and Emergency (S2) Switches
Service Equipment/Overcurrent Protection (S1) O
18
18O
18P
18Q
18V
18R
18S
18T
18U
18W
Metering
IQ Analyzer Normal (S1)
IQ Analyzer Emergency (S2)
IQ Analyzer Switch Selectable (S1) and (S2)
IQ Analyzer Load Side
IQ DP-4000 Normal (S1)
IQ DP-4000 Emergency (S2)
IQ DP-4000 Switch Selectable (S1) and (S2)
IQ DP-4000 Load Side
Load Side Ammeter
20A
Rear Bus Connections
21A
Non-Standard Terminals
23
23A
Plant Exerciser
Selectable — Disabled/7, 14, 28 Day Interval,
Fixed 15 Minutes, Load/No Load,
with Fail-safe
Selectable — Disabled/7 Day Interval,
0 – 600 Minutes, Load/No Load,
with Fail-safe
Selectable — Disabled/7, 14, 28 Day Interval,
0 – 600 Minutes, Load/No Load,
with Fail-safe
26
26D
26H
26J
26K
26L
26M
26P
Normal (S1) Source Sensing
Go to Emergency (S2) Input
Phase Reversal Protection
All Phase Undervoltage/Underfrequency
All Phase Overvoltage/Overfrequency
Three-Phase Voltage Unbalance/Phase Loss
Generator Utility Sensing
All Phase Undervoltage
29
29G
Alternative Transfer Modes of Operation
Selector Switch for Automatic or
Non-Automatic Operation (Switch
must be Labeled as Non-Automatic)
Automatic Transfer Operation with
Selectable (Via Programming)
Automatic or Non-Automatic
Retransfer Operation with Fail-safe
29J
S
S
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Magnum Load Fixed
and Drawout Mount
ATC-5000 Soft Load
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
S
O
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
S
S
O
S
O
S
S
S
O
S
S
S
O
S
S
S
O
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Consult factory for contactor rating availability.
S = Standard, O = Optional
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CTVCMG
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount ATC-800
Closed Transition
Molded Case Device
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
O
O
MTHX ATVIMG BIVIMG CTVIMG
MTVX
Magnum
Bypass Isolation
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
Contactor Switch
ATC-300 Controller
O
O
S
S
NTHE
NTVE
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
Light Commercial Molded
Case Device and Contactor
Design ATC-100 Controller
Molded Case Switch
ATC-300 Controller
O
O
ATV3
ATH3
Closed
Soft
Transition Load
Manual
Transfer Switch
ATV1
ATH1
ATC1
Position Contacts
Normal (S1) Source Position 1 Form C
Emergency (S2) Source Position 1 Form C
Source 2 Load Shed Contacts 4 Form C
23K
ATC3 ATVI
ATHI
RLC1
15
15E
15F
15M
23J
Floor
Standing
Non-Automatic
Transfer Switch
Wall-Mount
Product
Residential Contactor
Switch ATC-100 Controller
Feature Description
Number
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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Table 16-45. Automatic Transfer Switch Features (Continued)
35A
Pretransfer Signal Contacts 1 Form C
36
Load Shed from Emergency
37
Rated as Suitable for Use as
Service Equipment (Requires 16B or 16N or 16S)
Without Ground Fault Protection
With Ground Fault Protection
32D
32E
16
37A
37B
38
38A
38B
39
Stainless Steel Device Covers
SS Cover for Device Plate or
Service Equipment Disconnect
SS Cover for Controller
39A
39B
39C
Distribution Panel
(For 240/120 V, AT_3 Switches Only)
225 A with (2) 200 A Feeders
300 A with (3) 200 A Feeders
400 A with (4) 200 A Feeders
41
41A
41C
Space Heater with Thermostat
100 Watts
400 Watts
42
Seismic Zone 4 Certified, CBC, IBC,
UBC, BOCA
45
45A
45B
45C
45D
45E
45F
45G
45H
45I
45J
Load Sequencing Contacts
Load Sequencing Contacts (1)
Load Sequencing Contacts (2)
Load Sequencing Contacts (3)
Load Sequencing Contacts (4)
Load Sequencing Contacts (5)
Load Sequencing Contacts (6)
Load Sequencing Contacts (7)
Load Sequencing Contacts (8)
Load Sequencing Contacts (9)
Load Sequencing Contacts (10)
MTHX ATVIMG BIVIMG CTVIMG
MTVX
Manual
Transfer Switch
Contactor Switch
ATC-300 Controller
S
NTHE
NTVE
Non-Automatic
Transfer Switch
Molded Case Switch
ATC-300 Controller
CTVCMG
S
S
S
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Molded Case Device
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
Light Commercial Molded
Case Device and Contactor
Design ATC-100 Controller
ATC3 ATVI
ATHI
Magnum Load Fixed
and Drawout Mount
ATC-5000 Soft Load
Logic Extender Cable
48 Inches (1219 mm)
96 Inches (2438 mm)
144 Inches (3658 mm)
32C
ATV3
ATH3
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount ATC-800
Closed Transition
34
34A
34C
34E
32B
ATV1
ATH1
ATC1
Closed
Soft
Transition Load
Magnum
Bypass Isolation
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
32F
Delayed Transfer Operation Modes
Time Delay Neutral
Adjustable 0 – 120 Seconds
Load Voltage Decay
Adjustable 2 – 30% Nominal Voltage
In-Phase Monitor Defaults to
Load Voltage Decay
In-Phase Monitor Defaults to
Time Delay Neutral
Delay Transition Timer
Adjustable 3 – 60 Seconds
In-Phase Monitor
RLC1
Floor
Standing
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
32
32A
Wall-Mount
Product
Residential Contactor
Switch ATC-100 Controller
Feature Description
Number
S
S
O
O
O
S
O
O
O
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
S
S
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Consult factory for contactor rating availability.
Ground Fault protection is required for Service Disconnects rated 1000 amperes or more if the electrical service is a solidly grounded wye system of
more than 150 volts to ground but not exceeding 600 volts phase to phase.
Select 16S for Service Entrance rating on RLC1.
S = Standard, O = Optional
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Transfer Switch Equipment
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Table 16-45. Automatic Transfer Switch Features (Continued)
47D
47E
Communications
IPONI Module
EPONI Module (10Base-T only)
EPONI Module (10Base-T and 10Base-FL)
MPONI Module (Modbus)
51
Transient Voltage Surge Protection
(Listed Rating is per Phase)
50 kA — Clipper Device Connected
to Source 1
80 kA — Clipper Device Connected
to Source 1
100 kA — Clipper Device Connected
to Source 1
50 kA — CHSP Device Connected to Source 1
(240/120 Vac Single-Phase Only)
75 kA — CHSP Device Connected to Source 1
(240/120 Vac Single-Phase Only)
Telephone/Modem/DSL (4 Lines Total)
Cable TV/Satellite Cable/Cable Modem
(2 Lines Total)
12 Vdc Generator Start Circuit Protection
24 Vdc Generator Start Circuit Protection
51E1
51F1
51G1
51H1
51J4
51K4
51M4A
51M4B
51NA1
51NS1
51NN1
51QA1
51QS1
51QN1
51SA1
51SS1
51SN1
54A
Manual
Transfer Switch
Magnum
Bypass Isolation
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
MTHX ATVIMG BIVIMG CTVIMG
MTVX
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
NTHE
NTVE
Non-Automatic
Transfer Switch
ATC3 ATVI
ATHI
Molded Case Device
ATC-600 IQ Transfer
Light Commercial Molded
Case Device and Contactor
Design ATC-100 Controller
Molded Case Switch
ATC-300 Controller
ATV3
ATH3
Contactor Switch
ATC-300 Controller
ATV1
ATH1
ATC1
Closed Transition Operational Modes
(User Must Specify Mode)
Closed Transition In-Phase with
Default to Load Voltage Decay
Closed Transition
Closed Transition In-Phase with
Defaults to Time Delay Neutral
48
48A
48D
48E
48F
51D1
RLC1
Closed
Soft
Transition Load
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
100 kA — Surge Device with Advisor
Source1
100 kA — Surge Device with SuperVisor
Source 1
100 kA — Surge Device with NetVisor
Source 1
160 kA — Surge Device with Advisor
Source 1
160 kA — Surge Device with SuperVisor
Source 1
160 kA — Surge Device with NetVisor
Source 1
200 kA — Surge Device with Advisor
Source 1
200 kA — Surge Device w/SuperVisor
Source 1
200 kA — Surge Device w/NetVisor
Source 1
Front Access Cabinet
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S = Standard, O = Optional
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CTVCMG
Magnum Load Fixed
and Drawout Mount
ATC-5000 Soft Load
47C
Floor
Standing
Magnum Fixed and
Drawout Mount ATC-800
Closed Transition
47
Wall-Mount
Product
Residential Contactor
Switch ATC-100 Controller
Feature Description
Number
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Transfer Switches
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Transfer Switch — Standard and Optional Features
Transfer Switch — Standard
and Optional Features for
Cutler-Hammer Transfer
Switches
Timers
1. Time Delay Normal to Emergency
(TDNE)
Provides a time delay to allow for the
generator to warm up before transferring the load from the Normal Source
to the Emergency Source. Timing
begins only after the Emergency Source
becomes available and deemed good
based on the programmable voltage
and frequency set points in the
controller.
2. Time Delay Engine Start (TDES)
Provides a time delay before initiating
the generator start cycle. This is to
account for momentary power outages
or voltage fluctuations of the Normal
Source. Provides a Form “C” contact
to the generator starter circuit.
3. Time Delay Emergency to Normal
(TDEN)
16
Provides a time delay of the re-transfer
operation to permit stabilization of the
Normal Source. Timing begins only
after the Normal Source becomes
available and deemed good based
on the programmable voltage and
frequency set points in the controller.
This function is fail-safe protected.
4. Time Delay Engine Cooldown
(TDEC)
Provides a time delay before initiating
the generator stop cycle after the
re-transfer operation. This allows the
generator to cool down by running
unloaded. Timing begins on completion of the re-transfer cycle.
7. Time Delay Emergency Fail (TDEF)
Provides a time delay that prevents
a connected emergency source from
being declared “Unavailable” based
on the customer’s set points. This is to
account for momentary generator fluctuations. If the Source 2 remains in a
failed state, then 0.5 second after the
TDEF timer expires the transfer switch
will proceed with the programmed
sequence for re-transfer if Source 1
is available. This time delay is only
implemented when Source 2 is a
generator.
Note: This feature is also enabled when
large loads cause generator output to drop
below customer set points.
Plant Exerciser
23A. Plant Exerciser With Fail-safe
Provides a means for automatic testing
of the engine generator set or standby
power system. All programmed time
delays in the controller will be performed
during plant exerciser operations.
Programmable set points for test
intervals are start time, either disabled,
daily, 7, 14 or 28 days.
15-minute fixed engine test time.
Test may be performed with or without
load transfer. Test may be manually
cancelled during the operation. This
function is “fail-safe” protected.
23J. Plant Exerciser (PE) With Fail-safe
Provides a means for automatic testing
of the engine generator set or standby
power system. All programmed time
delays in the controller will be performed
during the plant exerciser operation.
Programmable set points for test
interval are Start Time, either disabled
or 7 days, and engine test time.
unavailable if the sources are out of
phase, based on programmable set
points in the controller.
26J. All-Phase Undervoltage/
Underfrequency Protection
Provides all-phase undervoltage/
underfrequency monitoring and
protection based on programmable
set points in the controller.
26K. All-Phase Overvoltage/
Overfrequency Protection
Provides all-phase overvoltage/overfrequency monitoring and protection
based on programmable set points in
the controller.
26L. Three-Phase Voltage Unbalance/
Phase Loss
Provides phase loss detection from
blown fuses on the Source 1.
26M. Generator Utility Sensing
Allows for the switch to operate with
generators that have internal utility
sensing. This option comes as a kit
that needs to be field installed.
Test may be performed with or without
a load transfer. Test may be manually
cancelled during the operation. This is
a “fail-safe” operation.
Source 2 Sensing
23K. Plant Exerciser With Fail-safe
Provides monitoring and protection
based on the Source 2 voltage and/or
frequency set points. All Feature 5
monitoring and protection functions
are fail-safe operations.
Provides a means for automatic testing
of the engine generator set or standby
power system. All programmed time
delays in the controller will be performed
during plant exerciser operations.
Programmable set points for test
intervals are start time, either disabled,
daily, 7, 14 or 28 days, engine test time.
Test may be performed with or without
load transfer. Test may be manually
cancelled during the operation. This
function is “fail-safe” protected.
Source 1 Sensing
26. Source 1 — Monitoring and
Protection
Provides Source 1 monitoring and protection functions. If Source 1 fails, then
the Automatic Transfer Controller will
begin the sequence of operations necessary to transfer the load to Source 2.
All Feature 26 monitoring and protection functions are fail-safe operations.
26H. Three-Phase Rotation Protection
5. Source 2 — Monitoring and
Protection
5J. All-Phase Undervoltage/
Underfrequency Protection
Provides Undervoltage/Underfrequency
monitoring and protection based on
programmable set points in the
controller.
5K. All-Phase Overvoltage/
Overfrequency Protection
Provides Over/Voltage/Overfrequency
monitoring and protection based
on programmable set points in the
controller.
5H. Three-Phase Rotation Protection
Provides three-phase reversal sensing
in order to protect against transferring
to an out-of-phase source. The controller
will treat the opposite source as
unavailable if the sources are out of
phase, based on programmable set
points in the controller.
Provides three-phase reversal sensing
in order to protect against transferring
to an out-of-phase source. The controller
will treat the opposite source as
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Transfer Switch — Standard and
Optional Features (Continued)
5L. Three-Phase Voltage Unbalance/
Phase Loss
Provides phase loss detection from
blown fuses on the Source 2 supply
circuit.
Manual Controls
6B. Test Operators
Automatic Transfer Switches are
provided with a Test Pushbutton that
simulates a loss of the Source 1 as
standard. All programmed time delays
(TDNE, TDEN, etc.) will be performed
as part of the Test. Engine run time of
the Test is equal to the Plant Exerciser
programmed set point. All Tests are
fail-safe protected.
6H. 4-Position Test Selector Switch
(FPSS)
Provides a 4-position, maintained
contact selector switch marked “Auto,”
“Test,” “Engine Start,” and “Off.” The
FPSS is fail-safe protected, except for
the “Off Position.” Transfer Switch
operation is determined by the switch
position. Transfer Switch operations
are as follows:
9B. Maintenance Selector Switch (MSS)
10B. Preferred Source Selector
Provides a 2-position, maintained contact selector switch marked “Operate”
and “Disable.” When the MSS is
placed in the “Disable” position, the
controller logic will be disconnected
from the transfer motor circuit. The
MSS is placed in the “Operate” position for normal automatic operation.
Provides a programmable source
selector for use on systems comprised
of dual utility or utility and engine/
generator power sources.
29. Transfer Operation Modes
Provides standard or optional transfer
modes, mode selection devices and
operational methods for Transfer
Switches.
29G. Automatic/Manual Operation
With Selector Switch
Provides 2-position selector switch
(labeled Auto/Manual) that permits
selection of the Automatic or Manual
transfer. When in the “Auto” position,
the transfer switch operates with fully
automatic transfer, re-transfer and
generator startup and shutdown
operations. When in the “Manual”
position, manual operation is required
to initiate the generator startup or
re-transfer with generator shutdown
operations.
“Auto” — Automatic operation mode.
Note: Transfer switches with Feature 29G
must be labeled as Non-Automatic Transfer
Switch equipment.
“Test” — A Load test is performed
until the switch is moved to another
position.
29J. Automatic Transfer or Automatic
Transfer With Non-Automatic
Re-transfer Operation
“Engine Start” — A No-Load test is
performed until the switch is moved to
another position.
Provides a field-selectable programmable set point that permits the transfer
switch to operate in one of the following
2 transfer modes (A or B).
“Off” — The Automatic Transfer
Controller and engine start contact are
disabled. A white pilot light is provided
to indicate that the FPSS is in the “Off”
position.
Note: This option will force the switch to
be marked as non-automatic based on
UL 1008.
8. Time Delay Bypass Pushbutton
Provides a momentary contact pushbutton to bypass the TDNE (Feature 1)
and/or TDEN (Feature 2) time delays.
The Time Delay Bypass Pushbutton
contact, when closed, will reduce any
or all of the programmed time delay to
zero. Must be executed when TDNE or
TDEN timer is displayed on the controller.
8C. Bypass Time Delay Emergency
to Normal (TDEN)
A. Fully automatic operation.
B. Automatic engine/generator startup
and automatic transfer operation
from Source 1 to Source 2. Manual
pushbutton operation is required
to initiate the re-transfer operation
and engine/generator shutdown.
The pushbutton for manual retransfer operation is included.
This is fail-safe protected.
10. Preferred Source Selector
Provides a means to designate either
Source 1 or Source 2 as the “Preferred”
source. The “Preferred” source is the
source that the transfer switch will
connect the load to if it is available.
Note: This is a programmable software
feature not an actual switch.
8D. Bypass Time Delay Normal
to Emergency (TDNE)
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10D. Preferred Source Selector
Provides a programmable source
selector for use on systems comprised
of dual engine/generator power
sources. (Dual engine starting circuits
are provided.)
Indications/and Status Display
12C. Source 1 — Load Connected
Provides a green indication that
indicates the load is connected to
Source 1 when lit.
12D. Source 2 — Load Connected
Provides a red indication that indicates
the load is connected to Source 2
when lit.
12G. Source 1 — Present
Provides a white or amber indication
“Depending on the Controller” that
Source 1 has power, however this
does not indicate whether Source 1
is acceptable.
12H. Source 2 — Present
Provides an amber indication that
Source 2 has power, however this
does not indicate whether Source 2
is acceptable.
Overcurrent Trip Indication
Available only with Integral Overcurrent
Protection (Feature 16). (Shown on
Automatic Transfer Controller Display.)
12L. Source 1 Trip Indication
The Automatic Transfer Controller
display will read “Lockout” if the
Source 1 circuit breaker is in the
“tripped” position.
12M. Source 2 Trip Indication
The Automatic Transfer Controller
display will read “Lockout” if the
Source 2 circuit breaker is in the
“tripped” position.
Customer Outputs
14. Relay Auxiliary Contacts
14C. Source 1 Present
Provides 4 Form “C” relay auxiliary
contacts. The relay is energized when
Source 1 is Present.
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Transfer Switch Equipment
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Transfer Switch — Standard and
Optional Features (Continued)
Customer Inputs
18. Metering
26D. Go to Emergency (Source 2)
14D. Source 2 Present
Provides the capability for an external
contact closure to initiate a transfer
to the Source 2 power source. This
includes starting the generator, performing the programmed time delays
and the transfer operation. Re-transfer
will occur when the external contact is
opened. This is a fail-safe function.
The microprocessor-based multifunction monitoring and display features
the latest technological advances in
metering and communications
capabilities.
Provides 4 Form “C” relay auxiliary
contacts. The relay is energized when
Source 2 is Present.
14E. Source 1 Available
Provides 1 Form “C” relay auxiliary
contact. The relay is energized when
Source 1 is available and within the
controller’s programmable set points.
14F. Source 2 Available
Provides 1 Form “C” relay auxiliary
contact. The relay is energized when
Source 2 is available and within the
controller’s programmable set points.
14G. Source 1 Present
Provides 2 Form “C” relay auxiliary
contacts. The relay is energized when
Source 1 is available and within the
controller’s programmable set points.
14H. Source 2 Present
Provides 2 Form “C” relay auxiliary
contacts. The relay is energized when
Source 2 is available and within the
controller’s programmable set points.
15. Switch Position Indication Contact
16
Provides a contact that indicates if the
power switching device is in the
“open” or “closed” position.
15E. Source 1 Position Indication
Contact
Provides 1 Form “C” contact that
indicates the position of the Source 1
power switching device.
36. Load Shed From Emergency
Provides the capability for an external
NC contact to initiate a load circuit
disconnection from the Source 2 power
source. If the load circuit is connected
to Source 2 and the contact is opened,
then a re-transfer to Source 1 is
completed if Source 1 is available.
If Source 1 is not available, then the
transfer switch will transfer to neutral.
If the load circuit is connected to
Source 1 and the contact is open, then
a transfer Source 2 is prohibited.
16. Integral Overcurrent Protection
Provides thermal-magnetic overcurrent protection integral to the power
switching device(s). All Feature 16
options include a “Lockout” function.
If the power switching breaker trips on
an overcurrent condition, then “Lockout”
is displayed on the Automatic Transfer
Controller display and automatic operation is prevented until the appropriate
source is manually reset. On non-automatic switches, a blue light is supplied
to indicate the “lockout.”
16B. Integral Overcurrent Protection
on Both Power Source Switching
Devices
Available with an optional communications interface. (See Feature 48 —
Communications for available
communication modules.)
Feature 18 metering options include
all required external devices (CTs etc.)
for a fully functioning metering system.
IQ Analyzer
The IQ Analyzer is a rms sensing,
multi-function microprocessor-based
monitoring and display device with
waveform capture that provides simultaneous monitoring of current, voltage,
frequency, power (real, reactive and
apparent), energy (real, reactive and
apparent), demand (forward, reverse
and net), harmonics (magnitude and
phase angle), power factor and percent
THD (current and voltage).
18O. IQ Analyzer — Source 1 Line
Side Metering
Provides an IQ Analyzer for monitoring
the Source 1 line side circuit.
18P. IQ Analyzer — Source 2 Line
Side Metering
Provides an IQ Analyzer for monitoring
the Source 2 line side circuit.
18Q. IQ Analyzer With Selector
Switch for Source 1 or Source 2 Line
Side Metering
Provides an IQ Analyzer with a Source
selector switch for monitoring the
Source 1 or Source 2 line side circuit.
15F. Source 2 Position Indication
Contact
Provides integral overcurrent protection
on both Source 1 and Source 2 power
switching devices.
Provides 1 Form “C” contact that
indicates the position of the Source 2
power-switching device.
16E. Integral Overcurrent Protection
on the Source 2 Power Switching
Device
15M. Source 2 Load Shed Contacts
Provides integral overcurrent protection
on the Source 2 power switching device.
Provides 4 Form “C” contacts to
initiate a load circuit disconnect while
on Source 2. This gives the user the
capability of selectively choosing not
to run certain loads while on Source 2.
16N. Integral Overcurrent Protection
on the Source 1 Power Switching
Device
The IQ DP-4000 is a rms sensing,
multi-function microprocessor-based
monitoring and display device that
provides simultaneous monitoring of
current, voltage, frequency, power
(real, reactive and apparent), energy
(real, reactive and apparent), power
factor and percent THD (current and
voltage).
Provides integral overcurrent protection
on the Source 1 power switching device.
18R. IQ DP-4000 — Source 1 Line
Side Metering
16S. External Overcurrent Protection on
the Source 1 Power Switching Device
Provides an IQ DP-4000 for monitoring
the Source 1 line side circuit.
35A. Pre-Transfer Signal With 1 Form
“C” Contact
Provides a signal prior to the transferring of the load. Will not transfer until
the programmable delay set point in
the controller is reached. If both sources
are not available, this option will ignore
the time delay set in the controller.
IQ DP-4000
Provides overcurrent protection on the
Source 1 power switching device.
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Transfer Switch — Standard and
Optional Features (Continued)
32A. Time Delay Neutral
32F. In-Phase Transition
Provides an IQ DP-4000 with a Source
selector switch for monitoring the
Source 1 or Source 2 line side circuit.
Provides a time delay in the neutral
position during the transfer and
re-transfer operations during which
both Source 1 and Source 2 are disconnected from the load circuit. This
allows inductive loads time to reach a
safe voltage and eliminate back EMF.
The time delay is programmable and
is the same for both transfer and retransfer operations. This is a passive
feature which requires the consulting
Eng./installer to determine the settings
based on how the user will operate the
facility. Adjustable 0 – 120 seconds.
18U. IQ DP-4000 — Load Side Metering
32B. Load Voltage Decay
Provides an IQ DP-4000 for monitoring
the load side circuit.
Provides load voltage measurement
to sense back EMF that is generated
when the transfer switch is the neutral
position. It provides a delay in transfer
in either direction if an unacceptable
level is sensed as established by a programmed set point. This is an active
feature that adapts to how the facility
is operating in order to minimize neutral
position wait time, but ensure safety.
Adjustable 2 – 30% of nominal voltage.
Provides In-Phase transition, this
feature will permit a transfer or retransfer between 2 available sources
that have a phase angle difference of 8
degrees or less. The In-Phase transition
feature includes permissible frequency
difference and synchronization time
set points. In the event Source 1 and
Source 2 fail to synchronize within the
permitted frequency difference and
time, the Alarm relay will energize and
“Failed to Sync” will be displayed on
Line 1 of the controller. After resetting
the alarm, another in-phase transition
may be attempted or a non-synchronized
transfer may be initiated by failing the
connected source. The adjustable frequency difference is 0.0 to 3.0 Hz. If the
synchronization does not occur within
a specified amount of time, the Alarm
relay will energize and the failure will
be logged into the Transfer History
as either “Sync Fail - Freq” or “Sync
Fail - Phase” depending on whether
the frequency difference or the phase
difference was excessive.
18S. IQ DP-4000 — Source 2 Line
Side Metering
Provides an IQ DP-4000 for monitoring
the Source 2 line side circuit.
18T. IQ DP-4000 With Selector Switch
for Source 1 or Source 2 Line Side
Metering
18V. IQ Analyzer — Load Side Metering
Provides an IQ Analyzer for monitoring
the load side circuit.
18W. Ammeter Side Metering
Provides an ammeter for monitoring
the load side circuit.
20A. Rear Bus Provisions
Provides Source 1, Source 2 and
Load Circuit rear accessible bus stabs
with provision for busbar connection.
Cutler-Hammer Transfer Switches are
provided with either front or rear
(dependant on switch type) connected
solderless screw-type terminals for
power cable connection as standard.
21A. Optional Power Cable Connection
Terminals
Cutler-Hammer Transfer Switches are
provided as standard with Source 1,
Source 2 and Load Circuit solderless
screw-type terminals for power cable
connection. Alternate terminal wire
sizes, and compression lug provisions
may be available dependant on transfer
switch type and ampere rating.
32. Delayed Transition Transfer Modes
for Open Transition Transfer Switches
Provides delayed transition transfer
modes for an open transition transfer
switch. Often used in systems with
inductive loads, a delayed transition
transfer switch may prevent or reduce
inrush currents due to out of phase
switching of inductive loads.
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32C. In-Phase Transition With Default
to Load Voltage Decay
Provides In-Phase transition, which is
a feature that will permit a transfer or
re-transfer between 2 available sources
that have a phase angle difference
near zero. The In-Phase transition
feature includes permissible frequency
difference and synchronization time
set points. In the event Source 1 and
Source 2 fail to synchronize within the
permitted frequency difference and
time, then the controller defaults to the
Load Voltage Decay operation as
described in Feature 32B. Adjustable
Frequency Difference 0.0 – 3.0 Hz.
Adjustable Synchronization Time
Allowance 1 – 60 minutes.
32D. In-Phase Transition With Default
to Time Delay Neutral
Provides In-Phase transition, which is
a feature that will permit a transfer or
re-transfer only between 2 available
sources that have a phase angle difference near zero. The In-Phase transition
feature includes permissible frequency
difference and synchronization time
set points. In the event Source 1 and
Source 2 fail to synchronize within the
permitted frequency difference and
time then the controller defaults to the
Time Delay Neutral operation as
described in Feature 32A. Adjustable
Frequency Difference 0.0 – 3.0 Hz.
Adjustable Synchronization Time
Allowance 1 – 60 minutes.
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47. Transfer Modes for Closed
Transition Transfer Switches
Provides available transition transfer
modes for a closed transition transfer
switch. Closed Transition is a “make
before break” transfer and re-transfer
scheme that will parallel (a maximum
of 100 ms) Source 1 and Source 2
providing a seamless transfer when
both sources are available. The closed
transition feature includes permissible
voltage difference frequency difference
and synchronization time allowance
set points. The phase angle difference
between the 2 sources must be near
zero for a permitted transfer. These are
all programmable set points in the
controller.
47C. Closed Transition With Default to
In-Phase Transition With Default to
Load Voltage Decay
Provides a closed transition transfer as
the primary transfer mode. In the event
Source 1 and Source 2 fail to synchronize
within the permitted voltage difference,
frequency difference, phase angle
difference and time, then the controller
defaults to the In-Phase Transition With
Default to Load Voltage Decay operations as described in Features 32C and
32B. Adjustable Frequency Difference
0.0 – 0.3 Hz. Adjustable Voltage Difference
1 – 5 percent V. Adjustable synchronization Time Allowance 1 – 60 minutes.
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Transfer Switch — Standard and
Optional Features (Continued)
37B. Service Equipment Rated Transfer
Switch With Ground Fault Protection
47D. Closed Transition
Provides Service Equipment rating for
an application that requires ground
fault protection.
45D. Load Sequencing Contact
38. Stainless Steel Cover
45E. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides protection for the controller.
Provides (5) addressable relays.
39. Distribution Panel
45F. Load Sequencing Contact
The distribution Panel feature utilizes a
Panelboard design with bolt-on circuit
breakers. Bolt-on breakers are designed
to hold up to the changes in temperature and humidity that an industrial
application calls for. (240/120 Vac
single-phase systems only.)
Provides (6) addressable relays.
Provides a closed transition transfer as
the primary transfer mode. Only under
a fail-safe condition (i.e., loss of the
connected source) will the controller
transfer to the alternate source using
the Load Voltage Decay operation as
described in Feature 32B. Adjustable
Frequency Difference 0.0 – 0.3 Hz.
Adjustable Voltage Difference 1 – 5% V.
47E. Closed Transition With Default to
In-Phase Transition With Default to
Time Delay Neutral
Provides a closed transition transfer as
the primary transfer mode. In the event
Source 1 and Source 2 fail to synchronize within the permitted voltage difference, frequency difference, phase
angle difference and time, then the
controller defaults to the In-Phase
Transition With Default to Time Delay
Neutral operation as described in
Features 32D and 32A. Adjustable
Frequency Difference 0.0 – 0.3 Hz.
Adjustable Voltage Difference 1 – 5
percent V. Adjustable synchronization
Time Allowance 1 – 60 minutes.
Logic Extender Cable
16
34A. 48 Inches (1219 mm)
Provides logic extension cable with
connectors.
34C. 96 Inches (2438 mm)
Provides logic extension cable with
connectors.
34E. 144 Inches (3658 mm)
Provides logic extension cable with
connectors.
37. Service Equipment Rated
Transfer Switch
Provides the label “Suitable for use as
Service Equipment” and the features
necessary to meet the requirements
for the label. Includes service disconnect with visible indication and neutral
assembly with removable link. Feature
16B or 16N must be selected separately.
37A. Service Equipment Rated
Transfer Switch Without Ground
Fault Protection
Provides Service Equipment rating for
an application that does not require
ground fault protection.
39A. 225 A With (2) 200 A Feeders
39B. 300 A With (3) 200 A Feeders
39C. 400 A With (4) 200 A Feeders
41. Space Heater With Thermostat
Provides a space heater and adjustable
thermostat. External control power is
not required. Availability is dependent
on transfer switch type.
41A. Space Heater With Thermostat —
100 Watt
Provides 100-watt space heater with
an adjustable thermostat.
41C. Space Heater With Thermostat —
400 Watt
45C. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides (3) addressable relays.
Provides (4) addressable relays.
45G. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides (7) addressable relays.
45H. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides (8) addressable relays.
45I. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides (9) addressable relays.
45J. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides (10) addressable relays.
48. Communication Modules
Provides communications modules
for the ATC-600 and ATC-800 (Closed
Transition) transfer switch controllers.
A separately mounted communications
module will enable the automatic transfer
controller to be remotely monitored
controlled and programmed via a
network.
48A. Communications Module — IPONI
Provides 400-watt space heater with
an adjustable thermostat.
Provides INCOMM protocol communications modules.
42. Seismic Certification
48D. Communications Module — EPONI
Provides a Seismic certified Transfer
Switch with certificate for application
is Seismic Zone 4 under the California
Building Code (CBC), the Uniform
Building Code (UBC) and BOCA, and
International Building Code (IBC).
Provides INCOMM protocol via Ethernet
communications module. (10Base-T
only.)
45. Load Sequencing Capability
Provides the capability for sequential
closure of up to 10 addressable relays
after a transfer. Each Addressable Relay
provides (1) Form “C” contact. A single
adjustable time delay between each of
the relay closures is provided. Operates
via a sub-network. Adjustable 1 – 120
seconds.
45A. Load Sequencing Contact
Provides (1) addressable relay.
45B. Load Sequencing Contact
48E. Communications Module — EPONI
Provides INCOMM protocol via Ethernet
communications module. (10Base-T
and 10Base-FL.)
48F. Communications Module — MPONI
Provides Modbus RTU protocol via
communications module.
Transient Voltage Surge Protection
There are 3 surge options to choose
from. They are CHSP, CVL, CPS. In
addition there are 2 generator start
circuits protectors. The listed rating is
per Phase and availability is dependent
on transfer switch type.
Provides (2) addressable relays.
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Transfer Switch — Standard and
Optional Features (Continued)
Generator Start Circuit Protection
51M4A. 12 Vdc Engine control Start
Circuit Protection.
51M4B. 24 Vdc Engine control Start
Circuit Protection.
CHSP Surge Suppression is designed
for single-phase loads with a maximum
capacity of 70 k per phase. Also available
for telephone and cable applications.
51G1. 50 kA — Connected to Source 1.
(240/120 Vac single-phase systems only.)
51H1. 75 kA — Connected to Source 1.
(240/120 Vac single-phase systems only.)
51J4. Telephone/Modem/DSL
(4 Lines Total.)
51K1. Cable TV/Satellite Cable/
Cable Modem.
CVL is a Clipper commercial grade
protection and EMI/RFI filter. Comes
standard with phase indicator lights to
monitor component status, Form “C”
alarm contacts and an audible alarm.
Surge range 50 to 100 k per phase.
51D1. 50 kA Connected to Source 1.
CPS SuperVisor has a voltage meter
and transient counter, with event
capture phase status indicator lights
to indicate protection availability, and
a Form “C” alarm contact and audible
alarm.
Glossary
CPS NetVisor has voltage meter and
transient counter, with event capture,
life remaining and %THD communication over Modbus and Ethernet. Phase
status indicator lights to indicate
protection availability. Form “C” alarm
contact and audible alarm.
Available — A source is defined as
“available” when it is within its undervoltage/overvoltage/underfrequency/
overfrequency (if applicable) set point
ranges for the nominal voltage and
frequency setting.
51NA1. 100 kA — Surge Device with
Advisor.
51NS1. 100 kA — Surge Device with
SuperVisor Source 1.
51NN1. 100 kA — Surge Device with
NetVisor Source 1.
51QA1. 160 kA — Surge Device with
Advisor Source 1.
51QS1. 160 kA — Surge Device with
SuperVisor Source 1.
51QN1. 160 kA — Surge Device with
NetVisor Source 1.
51SA1. 200 kA — Surge Device with
Advisor Source 1.
51E1. 80 kA Connected to Source 1.
51SS1. 200 kA — Surge Device with
SuperVisor Source 1.
51F1. 100 kA Connected to Source 1
(2 Lines Total.)
51SN1. 200 kA — Surge Device with
NetVisor Source 1.
CPS is a Clipper commercial grade
protection and EMI/RFI filter. Available
range is 100 to 200 k phase-to-phase
Industrial grade surge protection.
54. Front Access
CPS AdVisor has phase status indicator
lights to indicate protection availability
and a Form “C” alarm contact and
audible alarm.
54A. Front Access Cabinet available for
all Magnum products. This option will
add an additional pull section mounted
on the side of the switch.
Field Kits Available
Replacement controllers as, well as
field upgrade kits, are available and
identified by style numbers.
Fail-safe — A feature that prevents
disconnection from the only available
source and will also force a transfer or
re-transfer operation to the only available source.
Re-Transfer — “Re-Transfer” is defined
as a change of the load connection
from the secondary to primary source.
Source 1 — is the primary source
or Normal Source or Normal Power
Source or Normal. (Except when
Source 2 has been designated the
“Preferred Source.”)
Source 2 — is the secondary source
or Emergency Source or Emergency
Power Source or Emergency or Standby
or Backup source. (Except when
Source 2 has been designated the
“Preferred Source.”)
Source 1 — Failed or Fails — Source 1
is defined as “failed” when it is outside
of its undervoltage or overvoltage
or underfrequency or overfrequency (if
applicable) set point ranges for the
nominal voltage and frequency setting.
Source 2 — Failed or Fails — Source 2
is defined as “failed” when it is outside of its undervoltage or overvoltage
or underfrequency or overfrequency
(if applicable) set point ranges for the
nominal voltage and frequency setting
for a time exceeding 0.5 seconds after
the Time Delay Emergency Fail (TDEF)
time delay expires.
Transfer — “Transfer” is defined as a
change of the load connection from
the primary to secondary source
except when specifically used as
“Transfer to Neutral.”
Controller Field Kits — 8160A00G X X
Consult factory for correct selection for
group number.
Transfer to Neutral — “Transfer to
Neutral” is defined as when the load
circuits are disconnected from both
Source 1 and Source 2.
Option Field Kits — 8160A X X G X X
Consult factory for correct selection of
style number.
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With respect to their use in this
document and as they relate to switch
operation, the following terminology
is defined:
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Transfer Switch — Optional Components
Optional Components
Metering
Eaton’s IQ Analyzer meter can measure
parameters including voltage, current,
power (watts, vars and VA), energy,
frequency, demand, power factor,
%THD (voltage and current), K factor,
CBEMA derating factor and crest factor.
IQ Analyzer can also communicate with
Eaton's industry accepted IMPACC
and PowerNet Power Management
Systems. (See Eaton TD 17530, available
on line, for more information.)
For paralleling (including soft loading/
unloading) applications, utility grade
protective relaying is optional, and
offered when utility interconnection
standard requires additional protection
on top of that provided by ATC-5000
controller. The following protective
relays can be included in Eaton Soft
Load ATS:
Protective Relaying
■
■
■
■
■
■
Beckwith M-3410A — See Appendix B
for details.
Beckwith M-3520.
Schweitzer SEL-351.
Schweitzer SEL-547.
Basler BE1-951.
Basler BE1-IPS100.
All above protective relays provide
protection necessary to satisfy IEEE
P1547 standard “IEEE Standard for
Interconnecting Distributed Resources
with Electric Power Systems.” See
Table 16-46.
IQ Analyzer
Highly accurate source or load metering can be provided for advanced
energy management and power quality
analysis. Meeting the stringent ANSI
C12.16 Class 10 accuracy requirement,
Protective Relay
Table 16-46. Protective Relays
Function
ANSI/
IEEE
Number
16
21
Phase Distance
24
Overexcitation V/Hz
25
Synchronizer
ATC-5000
Eaton
Digitrip
(Optional)
Undervoltage
27G
Ground Undervoltage
32
Reverse/Forward Power
40
Loss-of-Field
46
Negative Sequence Overcurrent
47
Negative Sequence Overvoltage
50
Instantaneous Phase Overcurrent
Beckwith
M-3410A
(Optional)
Beckwith
M-3520
(Optional)
Schweitzer
SEL-547
(Optional)
Schweitzer Basler
SEL-351
BE1-951
(Optional) (Optional)
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S S
S
S
S
S
S
S
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S S
S
S
S
S
S
O S
S
S
S
S S S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Instantaneous Ground Overcurrent
51
ac Time Overcurrent
51N
ac Time Ground Overcurrent
51V
Voltage Restrained Overcurrent
59
Overvoltage
59G
Ground Overvoltage
S
O
59I
Peak Overvoltage
S
O
60FL
VT Fuse-Loss Detection
S
S
62
General Purpose Timers
67
Phase Directional Overcurrent
S
S
67N
Residual Directional Overcurrent
O
S
72
Phase/Vector Shift
79
Reconnect Enable Time Delay
81 O/U
Over/Underfrequency
81R
Rate of Change of Frequency
S
S
50N
Basler
BE1-IPS100
(Optional)
O
Synch Check
27
Utility Intertie Protection
O S S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S S
S
S
S
O
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Generator Protective Feature S = Standard Function; O = Optional Function.
Utility Protective Feature.
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Transfer Switch — Optional Components
Transient Voltage Surge Suppression
Optional On-board 24 Vdc Power Supply
Eaton's Clipper Power System —
Visor series transient voltage surge
suppression (TVSS) components can
be integrated into any closed transition soft load switch. Surge current
ratings 100 kA, 160 kA and 200 kA per
phase provide a range of cost effective
facility-wide protection solutions. Status
indication on each phase is standard
with any TVSS option. Metering and
communication capabilities are also
available. See Appendix C for details.
On-board 24 Vdc power supply circuit,
consisting of two (2) 12 Vdc gel-cell UPS
type batteries and battery charger, is
available on the unit to provide dc
control power to soft load transfer
switch components. Engine battery
can be connected in the “best battery”
circuit as well, further improving the
system’s reliability.
Transfer Switch — Optional Components
Table 16-47. Options
Description
Service Entrance Rating
16N
Overcurrent Protection — Normal
16E
Overcurrent Protection — Emergency
Communications
16B
Overcurrent Protection — Both
Optional communication capability via
Communication Gateway is available
allowing remote data access, control,
programming, system interface and
dispatch.
37A
Service Entrance
37B
Service Entrance with Ground Fault
Metering
18O
IQ Analyzer — Normal
18P
IQ Analyzer — Emergency
System Interface
18Q
IQ Analyzer — N/E Selectable
A system control panel provides userfriendly interface to the closed transition soft load controller, allowing operators to easily monitor the switching
devices position and manually test
generator and the system operations.
18U
IQ Analyzer — Load
Switching Devices Status Lights
■
■
■
■
■
■
Source 1 Open (Green).
Source 1 Closed (Red).
Source 1 Trip (Amber).
Source 2 Open (Green).
Source 2 Closed (Red).
Source 2 Trip (Amber).
Front Panel Control Switches and Lights
The combination of the following pilot
devices can be implemented on the unit:
■
■
■
■
■
AUTO/TEST Switch.
SYSTEM TEST Switch.
TEST MODE Switch.
ALARM SILENCE Switch.
READY FOR OPERATION Lamp (White)
— verifies the ATC-5000 status.
Plant Exerciser
23J
Automatic 24 Hours/7 Days Selectable Load/No Load
Expanded Controller I/O
25A
Additional Discrete and Analog I/O for Genset Control and Monitoring
Space Heater and Thermostat
41C
400 W Heater with Thermostat
Surge Protection
51M4B
Engine Control (24 Vdc) Surge Device
51NA1
100 kA Surge Device with AdVisor Source 1
51NS1
100 kA Surge Device with SuperVisor Source 1
51NN1
100 kA Surge Device with NetVisor Source 1
51QA1
160 kA Surge Device with AdVisor Source 1
51QS1
160 kA Surge Device with SuperVisor Source 1
51QN1
160 kA Surge Device with NetVisor Source 1
51SA1
200 kA Surge Device with AdVisor Source 1
51SS1
200 kA Surge Device with SuperVisor Source 1
51SN1
200 kA Surge Device with NetVisor Source 1
On-Board 24 Vdc Power Supply
24C
Battery Charger and Gell-Cell Batteries
Protective Devices
53A
Beckwith M-3410A
53B
Schweitzer SEL-547
Optional Intergral Overcurrent Protection
Capability
53C
Basler BE1-951
53D
Beckwith M-3520
For service entrance applications, Digitrip
microprocessor-based trip units can be
integrated into the power switching
devices. This eliminates the need for
the separate upstream protective
device, saving installation cost and
space. Available with various combinations of Long, Short, Instantaneous
and Ground Fault Protection, Digitrips
can communicate with Eaton’s IMPACC
and PowerNet Power Management
Systems.
53E
Schweitzer SEL-351
53F
Basler BE1-IPS100
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Communication
54B
External Communication Gateway
54C
Serial Modbus Over Ethernet
Field Start-up
56A
2-Day Start-up (Includes 1 Day for Travel)
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Appendix A — Transfer Switches — Ampere Conversion Chart
Appendix A
Table 16-48. kW to Ampere Conversion Chart
Three-Phase Ampere Table at Common Line-to-Line Voltage
kW 200 V
208 V
220 V
230 V
240 V
380 V
400 V
415 V
460 V
480 V
600 V
5.0
7.5
10.0
18
27
36
17
26
34
16
25
33
16
24
31
15
23
30
9
14
19
9
13
18
9
13
17
8
12
16
8
11
15
6
9
12
15.0
20.0
25.0
54
72
90
52
69
87
49
66
82
47
63
78
45
60
75
28
38
47
27
36
45
26
35
43
24
31
39
23
30
38
18
24
30
30.0
40.0
50.0
108
144
180
104
139
173
98
131
164
94
126
157
90
120
150
57
76
95
54
72
90
52
70
87
47
63
78
45
60
75
36
48
60
60.0
75.0
80.0
217
271
289
208
260
278
197
246
262
188
235
251
180
226
241
114
142
152
108
135
144
104
130
139
94
118
126
90
113
120
72
90
96
100.0
125.0
150.0
361
451
541
347
434
520
328
410
492
314
392
471
301
376
451
190
237
285
180
226
271
174
217
261
157
196
235
150
188
226
120
150
180
175.0
200.0
250.0
631
722
902
607
694
867
574
656
820
549
628
784
526
601
752
332
380
475
316
361
451
304
348
435
275
314
392
263
301
376
210
241
301
300.0
350.0
400.0
1083
1263
1443
1041
1214
1388
984
1148
1312
941
1098
1255
902
1052
1203
570
665
760
541
631
722
522
609
696
471
549
628
451
526
601
361
421
481
500.0
600.0
700.0
1804
2165
2526
1735
2082
2429
1640
1968
2296
1569
1883
2197
1504
1804
2105
950
1140
1329
902
1083
1263
870
1043
1217
784
941
1098
752
902
1052
601
722
842
800.0
900.0
1000.0
2887
3248
3609
2776
3123
3470
2624
2952
3280
2510
2824
3138
2406
2706
3007
1519
1709
1899
1443
1624
1804
1391
1565
1739
1255
1412
1569
1203
1353
1503
962
1083
1203
At 0.8 Power Factor.
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Appendix B — Transfer Switches — Inter-Tie Protective Relay
Appendix B
M-3410A Inter-Tie Protective Relay
Refer to the appropriate table to make protective relaying changes.
Table 16-49. M-3410A Inter-Tie Protective Relay Set Points
Device
Number
Function
Set Point
Ranges
Increment
Accuracy
Sync Check
25
Phase Angle Window
0° to 90°
1°
±1°
Upper Voltage Limit
Lower Voltage Limit
100.0 to 120.0% 70.0 to 100.0% 0.1%
0.1%
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
Delta Voltage Limit
Delta Frequency Limit
1.0 to 50.0% 0.001 to 0.500 Hz
0.1%
0.001 Hz
±0.5 V
±0.001 Hz or 5%
Sync Check Time Delay
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
—
Dead Voltage Limit
Dead Time Delay
0.0 to 50.0% 1 to 8160 Cycles
0.1%
1 Cycle
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
±2 Cycles
Sync Check may be operated as a stand-alone function or supervised by 79 (reconnect). Various combinations of input supervised hot/dead closing
schemes may be selected. This function can only be enabled in line-to-line VT configuration and when function 27G and 59G are not enabled.
Phase Undervoltage
27
Pickup #1, #2
Time Delay #1, #2
4 to 100% 1 to 8160 Cycles
0.1%
1 Cycle
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
±2 Cycles 4 to 100% 1 to 8160 Cycles
1.0%
1 Cycle
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
±2 Cycles
Ground Undervoltage
27G
Pickup
Time Delay
This function can only be enabled when the relay is configured in line-to-line VT and the 25 function is not enabled.
Directional Power
32
Pickup #1, #2
Time Delay #1, #2
-3.00 to +3.00 PU
1 to 8160 Cycles
0.01 PU
1 Cycle
±0.02 PU or 2% ±2 Cycles
The per-unit pickup is based on nominal VT secondary voltage and nominal CT secondary current settings for currents less that 14 A (2.8 A).
This function can be selected as overpower or underpower in the forward direction (positive setting). This function can also be selected for
single phase detection for line-to-ground VT.
Minimum sensitivity of 100 mA for 5 A CT (real component of current).
Loss-of-Field (Dual-Zone Offset-MHO Characteristic)
40
27
Circle Diameter #1, #2
0.01 to 3.00
0.01 PU
±0.01 PU or ±5% Offset #1, #2
-2.0 to 2.0
0.01 PU
±0.01 PU or ±5% Time Delay #1, #2
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±2 Cycles
Voltage Control
(Positive Sequence)
4 to 100% 0.1%
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
Directional Element
Fixed at -13°
—
—
3% to 300% 1%
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±0.1 A or ±5% (±0.02 A or ±5%)
±2 Cycles
3% to 100% 0.1%
Negative Sequence Overcurrent
46
Definite Time
Pickup
Time Delay
Inverse Time
Pickup
±0.1 A or ±3% (±0.02 A or ±3%)
Characteristic Curves
Definite Time/Inverse Time/Very Inverse/Extremely Inverse/IEC/I22t = K
Time Dial Setting
0.5 to 11.0
0.05 to 1.10 (IEC)
1 to 95 (I22t = K)
0.1
0.01
1
±3 Cycles or ±10% 600 to 65,500 Cycles
1 Cycle
±3 Cycles or ±10%
For I22t = K Curve Only
Definite Maximum
Time to Trip
Reset Time (Linear)
4 Minutes (From Threshold of Trip) —
—
4 to 100% 1 to 8160 Cycles
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
±2 Cycles
Negative Sequence Overvoltage
47
Pickup #1, #2
Time Delay #1, #2
0.1%
1 Cycle
Of nominal voltage.
When DFT is selected, the time delay accuracy is ±2 cycles. When rms is selected, an additional time delay from 0 to +20 cycles may occur.
Of nominal voltage, maximum of 600 V. This function can only be enabled when the relay is configured in line-to-line VT and the 25 function is not enabled.
Accuracy applies for a nominal current range of 2.5 A to 6 A (5 A CT) or 0.5 A to 1.5 A (1 A CT).
Of nominal current for currents less than 14 A (2.8 A).
Accuracy applies for a nominal current range of 2.5 A to 6 A (5 A CT) or 0.5 A to 1.5 A (1 A CT), and for a pickup of >5%.
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Appendix B — Transfer Switches — Inter-Tie Protective Relay
M-3410A Inter-Tie Protective Relay (Continued)
Refer to the appropriate table to make protective relaying changes.
Table 16-49. M-3410A Inter-Tie Protective Relay Set Points (Continued)
Device
Number
Function
Set Point
Ranges
Increment
Accuracy
Pickup
0.50 to 6.00 A
(0.10 to 1.20 A)
0.1 A
±0.1 A or ±3%
(±0.02 A or ±3%)
Characteristic Curves
Definite Time/Inverse Time/Very Inverse/Extremely Inverse/IEC
Time Dial
Standard Curves #1 – #4
IEC Curves #1 – #4
0.5 to 11.0
0.05 to 1.10
Inverse Time Residual Overcurrent
51N
0.1
0.01
±3 Cycles or ±10%
0.01 A
±0.1 A or ±3%
(±0.02 A or ±3%)
Inverse Time Overcurrent, with Voltage Control or Voltage Restraint
51V
Pickup
0.50 to 12.00 A
(0.10 to 2.40 A)
Characteristic Curves
Definite Time/Inverse/Very Inverse/Extremely Inverse/IEC Curves
Time Dial
0.5 to 11.0
0.05 to 1.10 (IEC Curves)
0.1
0.01
±3 Cycles or ±10%
Voltage Control (VC)
or
Voltage Restraint (VR)
4 to 150.0% 0.1%
±0.5 V or ±5%
Linear Restraint
—
—
Pickup #1, #2
100 to 150% 0.1%
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
(±0.02 A or ±3%)
Time Delay
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±2 Cycles Pickup
4 to 150% 1.0%
±0.5 V or ±0.5%
(±0.02 A or ±3%)
Time Delay
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±2 Cycles
Phase Overvoltage
59
Ground Overvoltage
59G
This function can only be enabled when the relay is configured in line-to-line VT and the 25 function is not enabled.
Peak Overvoltage
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59I
Pickup
100 to 150% 0.1%
±3% Time Delay
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±3 Cycles
VT Fuse-Loss Detection
60FL
A VT fuse-loss condition is detected by using the positive and negative sequence components of the voltages and currents.
VT fuse-loss output can be initiated from internally generated logic or from input contacts.
Time Delay
1 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±2 Cycles
2 to 65,500 Cycles
1 Cycle
±2 Cycles
Reconnect Enable Time Delay
79
Time Delay
Reconnect timer starts when all outputs designated as trip outputs reset.
Over/Underfrequency
81
Pickup #1, #2, #3, #4
50.00 to 67.00 Hz
(40.00 to 57.00 Hz )
0.01 Hz
±0.03 Hz
Time Delay #1, #2, #3, #4
2 to 65,500 Cycles
1 Cycle
±2 Cycles or ±0.01%
The pickup accuracy applies to 60 Hz models at a range of 57 to 63 Hz, and to 50 Hz models as a range of 47 to 53 Hz. The accuracy
is ±0.15 Hz for a range of 52 to 57 Hz, and 63 to 67 Hz (for 60 Hz nominal) and 42 to 47 Hz and 53 to 57 Hz (for 50 Hz nominal).
Nominal Settings
Nominal Voltage
50 to 500 V 1V
—
Nominal Current
0,50 to 6.00 A
0.01 A
—
VT Configuration
Line-Line/Line-Ground/Line-Ground-to-Line-Line Seal-in Delay
2 to 8160 Cycles
1 Cycle
±1 Cycle or ±1.0%
Of nominal voltage.
When DFT is selected, the time delay accuracy is ±2 cycles. When rms is selected, an additional time delay from 0 to +20 cycles may occur.
Instantaneous voltage magnitude response; intended for ferroresonance protection.
For fundamental (60 Hz/50 Hz) signal only. For distorted input signals, the accuracy degrades as the order of harmonic signal increases.
This range applies to 50 Hz nominal frequency models.
Maximum measured range for (25), (59), (59G), and (59I) function settings is ≤600 V.
When line-ground-to-line-line is selected, the relay internally calculates the line-line voltage from the line-ground voltages for all voltage-sensitive
functions. When the line-ground-to-line-line selection is applied, the nominal voltage selection should be the line-line nominal voltage (not line-ground
nominal voltage).
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Appendix C — Transfer Switches — Transient Voltage Surge Suppression Device
Appendix C
Transient Voltage Surge Suppression Device
Figure 16-20. Visor OEM 100, 100 and 200 kA Technical Data
Standards and Certifications
Technical Data
■
Table 16-50. Visor Series — General Parameters
Description
OEM Visor
kA/Mode
50 – 250
kA/Phase
100 – 500
Split-Phase System
240
L, L, N, G
Wye System Voltages
120/208
277/480
347/600
L, L, L, N, G
Delta System Voltages
240
480
600
L, L, L, G
International System
Voltages
127/220Y
230/400
L, L, L, N, G
Mexico, other
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Monitoring
AdVisor
SuperVisor
NetVisor
■
Mounting
Panelboards (PRL1A, 2A, 3A, 4)
Remote Monitor Device Panel (Switchboard, Switchgear, Busway)
MCC Version
■
■
■
■
Remote Display Cables Ribbon Cable
DB15 600 V Class Cable
3 and 6 feet (0.9 and 1.8 m)
8 and 16 feet (2.4 and 4.9 m)
Temperature
Storage
Operation
-40ºC to +60ºC
-20ºC to +60ºC
■
Humidity (Relative)
5 – 95%
Warranty
10 years
Certifications/Listing
UL 1449 2nd Edition, CSA 22.2, UL 1283.
Remote display cables only for use on configuration B and Z models.
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All Visor Series units have been tested
by UL and meet the requirements
under UL 1449 2nd Edition for surge
suppression devices.
All Visor Series units have been
tested as per NEMA LS-1 and ANSI/
IEEE C62.45.
Category A3 Ringwave (6 kV open
circuit, 200 A short circuit current
at 100 kHz).
Category B3 Ringwave (6 kV open
circuit, 500 A short circuit current
at 100 kHz).
Category C1 Combination Wave
(6 kV 1.2/50us open circuits, 3 kA
8/20us short circuit current).
Category C3 Combination Wave
(20 kV 1.2/50us open circuits, 10 kA
8/20us short circuit current).
UL 1020 (standard for safety for
thermal cutoffs for use in electrical
appliances and components).
UL 1283 listed for EMI/RFI noise
attenuation filtering (50 db at
100 kHz).
CSA C22.2.
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Transfer Switches
Transfer Switch Equipment
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Magnum Closed Transition Soft Load Transfer Switch with ATC 5000 Controller
Magnum Closed Transition
Soft Load Transfer Switches
with ATC 5000 Controller
possible. It manages the speed governor
and voltage regulator of the generator
set to bring the two sources into synchronization. This approach allows the
transfer switch to be applied in soft
load transfer applications. In addition,
it can also be used as a peak shaving
switch helping customers to reduce
their peak demand charges by paralleling
the generator set with the utility source
during times of high electrical demand.
Standard fixed drawout or drawout
bypass isolation configurations are
available with or without an integral
service entrance rating. If a switch with
a service entrance rating is used as
service entrance equipment, the need
for separate service disconnects and
overcurrent protective devices is
eliminated.
Magnum Closed Transition Soft Load Transfer
Switch with ATC 5000 Controller
Product Description
General Information
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Electrical power generation located at
or near the point of it’s consumption,
commonly referred to as Distributed
Generation, has seen tremendous
growth recently due to factors such
as limited utility grid generation and
transmission capacity combined with
the onset of utility deregulation. Strong
economic incentives now exist for
many users to consider on-site self
generation for both improved power
reliability and energy cost reduction.
Additionally, these opportunities have
spurred the development of new and
unique types of generating and switching technologies.
Eaton Closed Transition Soft Load
Automatic Transfer Switches are just
such a technology. Closed transition
soft load transfer switches are an ideal
solution for power availability, energy
management, and generator-set exercising applications. Unlike traditional
open transition switches that provide
a break-before-make operation, the
closed transition soft load switch
allows two power sources, usually
the utility and a generator set, to be
paralleled indefinitely. This permits the
load, inductive or resistive, to be gradually and seamlessly transferred from
one source to another. All of this is
accomplished through the make-beforebreak operation of the switch with no
power interruption to the load.
Eaton Closes Transition Soft Load
Switch utilizes an integrated microprocessor based power controller to make
active paralleling of two power sources
Eaton Closed Transition Soft Load
Automatic Transfer Switches are available for 800 through 3200 ampere, up
to 600 Vac, 50 or 60 Hz applications
worldwide. They are offered in both
indoor (NEMA 1) and outdoor (NEMA
3R) free standing enclosures utilizing
drawout or fixed insulated case Magnum
DS switching devices. The Magnum DS
switching device is a 100% rated device
with a 100 kA interrupting capability at
600 Vac.
Application Description
Power reliability and power costs are
two issues of strategic importance in
almost all industry segments. Businesses have critical processes that
cannot tolerate a shut down, while an
extended failure in many cases could
cause unrecoverable losses. In addition, significant changes in the utility
industry have created on-site generation opportunities for customers to
address their power reliability and
energy cost concerns. This type of
on-site power generation at or near
the point of consumption is known as
distributed generation. Market studies
estimate that over 40% of generation
capacity added in the United States
alone over the next 10 years will be
distributed. A key enabler of these
on-site generation systems and reliable power in general is often a closed
transition soft load transfer switch.
Typical applications for Eaton Closed
Transition Soft Load Automatic Transfer
Switches include industrial processes,
data centers and critical care facilities.
Actually, any location with critical loads
where the absence of power could
result in lost revenue, production time,
or personal injury should make this
equipment a prime consideration.
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Consider several specific applications:
■
A facility with emergency or critical
power systems wanting to test their
generator sets without a power
interruption.
■ Any industrial, institutional, or commercial business seeking ways to
lower energy costs by reducing
demand charges, which can represent over 50% of an electrical bill.
■ Energy Service Companies interested in offering performance based
solutions to their customer base.
■ Electrical power providers interested in offering power reliability
solutions to their customer base in
return for long term electrical contracts.
The Eaton Closed Transition Soft Load
Automatic Transfer Switch can be
applied in new installations or as a
retrofit to replace an existing open
transition transfer switch. A number of
application issues should be reviewed.
First, since most generator sets run on
diesel fuel, there are exhaust emission
concerns to consider. In some markets,
the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) limits the number of hours
annually that a generator set can be
operated. Methods to deal with such
restrictions, should they present a
problem, are the use of natural gas or
dual fuel (natural gas/diesel mixture)
types of generator sets. A second
issue relates to electrical utility interconnection standards. Many utility
companies require multiple levels of
protective relaying when a user wishes
to parallel to the utility grid. The cost
of meeting some of these specifications can be high. These issues should
be discussed when peak shaving is
being considered.
Features, Benefits
and Functions
Sequence of Operations
Automatic Mode Operation — Transfer
Switch Loss of Normal Power
The system will continuously monitor
the condition of the normal power
supply. When the voltage or frequency
of the normal source is sensed outside
the user adjustable set points, and
after an adjustable time delay to override momentary dips and/or outages, a
contact shall close to initiate a starting
of the emergency or stand-by source.
Transfer to the alternate source shall
take place upon attainment of adjustable pick-up voltage and frequency of
the alternate source.
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Magnum Closed Transition Soft Load Transfer Switch with ATC 5000 Controller
Magnum Closed Transition Soft
Load Transfer Switches with
ATC 5000 Controller (Continued)
Return of Normal Power — Breaker Open
Transition Logic Selected
When normal source has been
restored and is within the pre-selected
ranges for voltage and frequency and
after a time delay to ensure the integrity of the normal power source, the
load shall be transferred back to normal source in a break-before-make
transfer scheme. The generator set will
continue to run for a user adjustable
time to allow the generator set to run
unloaded for cool down, after which
the engine will be shut down. Upon
completion the system will then be
ready for automatic operation.
Return of Normal Power — Breaker Closed
Transition Logic Selected
When the normal source has been
restored and is within the pre-selected
ranges for voltage and frequency, and
after an adjustable time-delay to
ensure the integrity of the normal
source, the load shall be transferred
back to the normal source in a makebefore-brake transfer scheme.
On completion of the time delay, the
generator set bus will automatically
synchronize with the utility service
across the Source 1 (normal) breaker.
When the two systems are synchronized, the Source 1 (normal) breaker
will close and the Source 2 (emergency) breaker will open. The generator set will continue to run for a user
adjustable time to allow the generator
set to run unloaded for cool down,
after which the engine will be shut
down. Upon completion the system will
then be ready for automatic operation.
Return of Normal — Breaker Interchange
(Soft Load) Logic Selected
When the normal source has been
restored and is within the pre-selected
ranges for voltage and frequency, and
after an adjustable time-delay to
ensure the integrity of the normal
source, the load shall be transferred
back to the normal source in a makebefore-brake transfer scheme. On
completion of the time delay, the generator set bus will automatically synchronize with the utility service across
the Source 1 (normal) breaker. When
the two systems are synchronized, the
Source 1 (normal) breaker will close
and the generator set will gradually
transfer all loads to the utility.
On completion of the load transfer
sequence the Source 2 (emergency)
breaker will open. The generator set
will continue to run for a user adjustable time to allow the generator set to
run unloaded for cool down, after
which the engine will be shut down.
Upon completion the system will then
be ready for automatic operation.
Peak Shaving
The closed transition soft load transfer
switch can be factory configured to
automatically parallel to the utility. In
this operation mode, the switch will be
paralleled with the utility when the
user adjustable load power level is
exceeded for the predetermined
amount of time.
Test Mode Operation
Engine Run Test Mode
To perform an engine run test, first
place the System Test switch in the
“Run” position. Next place the Auto/Test
switch in the “Test” position. The engine
start contact will close, the engine will
start and the generator will produce
nominal voltage and frequency.
Neither Source 1 nor Source 2 breaker
will be operated.
Returning either the System Test to
“Off” position or Auto/Test switch to
“Auto” position will remove the
“Engine Start” command. The engine
will shut down.
Transfer Test Mode (Open Transfer)
Note: This operation is carried out when the
controller’s Breaker Logic is programmed
for Open Transition via ATC-5000 Input 64.
To perform an open transition test, first
place the Test Mode selector switch in
the “Mode 1” position, followed by
placing the System Test switch in
“Test” position followed by placing
Auto/Test selector switch in the “Test”
position. After an adjustable time
delay, the generator will start. After the
nominal voltage and frequency are
reached, the Source 1 (normal) breaker
will open and the Source 2 (emergency)
breaker will close on the dead bus.
Returning either the Auto/Test selector
switch to “Auto” position or the Test
Mode selector switch to “Off” position
will cause the system to return to normal power as described in “Return Of
Normal Power — Breaker Open Transition Logic Selected.”
Transfer Test Mode (Closed Transition)
Note: This operation is carried out when the
controller’s Breaker Logic is changed to
Closed Transfer via ATC-5000 Input 64.
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To perform a closed transition test, first
place the Test Mode selector switch in
the “Mode 2” position, followed by
placing the System Test switch in
“Test” position followed by placing the
Auto/Test selector switch in the “Test”
position. After an adjustable time delay,
the generator will start. After the nominal
voltage and frequency are reached, the
generator bus will be synchronized to
the utility across the Source 2 (emergency) breaker. When the two sources
are synchronized the Source 2 (emergency) breaker closes and then Source
1 (normal) breaker opens.
Returning either the Auto/Test selector
switch to “Auto” position or the
System Test selector switch to “Off”
position will cause the system to
return to normal power as described in
“Return Of Normal Power — Breaker
Closed Transition Logic Selected.”
Transfer Test Mode (Interchange —
Soft Load Transition)
This operation is carried out when the
controller’s Breaker Logic is programmed
for Interchange (Soft Load Transition).
To perform an interchange (soft load
transition) test, first place the Test Mode
selector switch in the “Mode 1” position,
followed by placing the System Test
switch in “Test” position followed by
placing the Auto/Test selector switch in
the “Test” position. After an adjustable
time delay, the generator will start. After
the nominal voltage and frequency are
reached, the generator bus will be
synchronized to the utility across the
Source 2 (emergency) breaker. When
the two sources are synchronized the
Source 2 (emergency) breaker is
closed and the generator gradually
assumes all load. On completion of the
load transfer sequence the Source 1
(normal) breaker will open.
Returning either the Auto/Test selector
switch to “Auto” position or the System Test selector switch to “Off” position will cause the system to return to
normal power as described in “Return
of Normal Power (Switch in Closed
Transition Mode).”
Paralleling Test Mode (Baseload)
This operation is carried out when the
controller’s Breaker Logic is changed
to Parallel via ATC-5000 Input 64 and
the Baseload operation is selected.
To perform a paralleling test in a base
load mode, first place the Test Mode
selector switch in the “Mode 2” position,
followed by placing the System Test
switch in “Test” position followed by
placing the Auto/Test selector switch in
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Magnum Closed Transition Soft
Load Transfer Switches with
ATC 5000 Controller (Continued)
the “Test” position. After an adjustable
time delay, the generator will start.
After the nominal voltage and frequency are reached, the generator bus
will be synchronized to the utility
across the Source 2 (emergency)
breaker. When the two sources are
synchronized the Source 2 (emergency) breaker is closed and the generator gradually assumes load up to
the user programmable power level
and then continuously maintains its
power output.
Returning either the Auto/Test selector
switch to “Auto” position or the
System Test selector switch to “Off”
position will cause the generator to
gradually unload and then the Source
2 (emergency) breaker will open. The
generator set will continue to run for
a user adjustable time allowing the
generator set to run unloaded for cool
down, after which the engine will be
shut down. Upon completion the system will then be ready for automatic
operation.
Paralleling Test Mode (Import/Export)
This operation is carried out when the
controller’s Breaker Logic is changed
to Parallel (via ATC-5000 Input 64 and
the Import/Export operation is selected.
To perform a paralleling test in Import/
Export mode, first place the Test Mode
selector switch in the “Mode 2” position, followed by placing the System
Test switch in “Test” position followed
by placing the Auto/Test selector
switch in the “Test” position. After an
adjustable time delay, the generator
will start. After the nominal voltage
and frequency are reached, the generator bus will be synchronized to the
utility across the Source 2 (emergency)
breaker. When the two sources are
Auto
synchronized the Source 2 (emergency)
breaker is closed and the generator
gradually assumes load up to the user
programmable import (adjustable
power setting for power supplied from
the utility) or export (adjustable power
setting for power supplied to the utility) power level and then continuously
varies its power output to maintain the
selected power flow.
Returning either the Auto/Test selector
switch to “Auto” position or the
System Test selector switch to “Off”
position will cause the generator to
gradually unload and then the Source
2 (emergency) breaker will open. The
generator set will continue to run for
a user adjustable time allowing the
generator set to run unloaded for cool
down, after which the engine will be
shut down. Upon completion the system will then be ready for automatic
operation.
Test
AUTO/TEST
Test
Run
SYSTEM TEST
Breaker Logic —
Interchange
(Soft Load/Unload)
Off
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Mode 1
Loss of
Normal Source
TEST MODE
Mode 2
Off
Breaker Logic —
Interchange
(Soft Load/Unload)
Start Engine
OR
Breaker Logic —
Open Transfer
Start Engine
Breaker Logic —
Closed Transfer
Auto 햲
AUTO/TEST
Test
Start Engine
Transfer Load
to Generator —
Open Transfer
Start Engine
Start Engine
Stop Engine
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
Transfer Load
to Generator —
Open Transfer
Utility Returns
Transfer Load
to Generator —
Soft Transfer
Transfer Load
to Utility —
Soft Transfer
Auto 햲
Auto 햲
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
AUTO/TEST
Test
Transfer Load
to Utility —
Open Transfer
Load Stays
on Generator
End
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
Transfer Load
to Utility —
Soft Transfer
End
AUTO/TEST
Engine Continues
to Run
End
Transfer Load
Generator —
Closed to Transfer
Test
Load Stays on
Generator
Auto 햲
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
AUTO/TEST
Test
Load Stays
on Generator
Transfer Load
to Utility —
Closed Transfer
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
End
End
Figure 16-21. Sequence Flow Chart — Soft Load ATS
Or switch SYSTEM TEST selector switch to OFF.
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Auto
AUTO/TEST
Test
Test
SYSTEM TEST
Run
Breaker Logic
— Interchange
(Soft Load/Unload)
Off
Mode 1
Loss of
Normal Source
TEST MODE
Mode 2
Off
Start Engine
OR
Breaker Logic
— Interchange
(Soft Load/Unload)
Breaker Logic
— Parallel
(Import/Export)
Breaker Logic
— Parallel
(Baseload)
Start Engine
Auto 햲
AUTO/TEST
Test
Start Engine
Transfer Load
to Generator —
Open Transfer
Start Engine
Start Engine
Stop Engine
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
Utility Returns
Transfer Load
to Generator —
Soft Transfer
Transfer Load
to Utility —
Soft Transfer
Auto 햲
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
AUTO/TEST
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
Synchronize
Generator
to Utility
Close the
Generator Breaker
and Soft Load
the Generator
Close the Source 2
(Emergency)
Breaker and
Soft Load
the Generator
Auto 햲
Load Stays
on Generator
Transfer Load
to Utility —
Soft Transfer
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
Soft Unload the
Generator and
Open the Source 2
(Emergency)
Breaker
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
AUTO/TEST
Test
Auto 햲
Maintain Baseload
Generator Power
Output
Soft Unload the
Generator and
Open the Source 2
(Emergency)
Breaker
AUTO/TEST
Test
Maintain Import/
Export Generator
Power Output
Stop Engine
after Cool Down
End
End
End
Figure 16-22. Sequence Flow Chart — Soft Load ATS with Extended Paralleling Capabilities
Or switch SYSTEM TEST selector switch to OFF.
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End
Test
End
Engine Continues
to Run
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Load Transfer Switches with
ATC 5000 Controller (Continued)
Since Eaton ATSs utilize specially
designed switches and/or switching
devices as the main power switching
contacts, these devices must also be
listed under the additional UL Standard
1066. UL utilizes two basic types of listing programs: a) Label Service and b)
Re-examination. UL 1066 employs a
label service listing program which
requires an extensive follow-up testing
program for listed devices. Standard
UL 1008 for ATSs lists devices under the
re-examination program which only
requires a continual physical re-examination of the components used in the
product to insure consistency with the
originally submitted device. Follow-up
testing IS NOT required by UL 1008.
Technical Data
and Specifications
System
Standards
Eaton Soft Load ATSs are listed in File
E38116 by Underwriters Laboratories,
under Standard UL 1008. This standard
covers requirements for ATSs intended
for use in ordinary locations to provide
for lighting and power as follows:
Environmental
Seismic
With proper installation and by including Option 42 which includes specially
designed cleats, the Magnum transfer
switch is a Seismic Certified Transfer
Switch with certificate for application
that is Seismic Zone 4 under the
California Building Code, the Uniform
Building Code, and BOCA.
Operational Conditions
Normal operation in an electrical
equipment room for indoor applications.
Outdoor applications can subject units
to falling rain, freezing temperatures,
and 95% humidity (non condensing).
Representative production samples of
switches and switching devices used
in Eaton ATSs are subjected to a complete test program identical to the
originally submitted devices on an
ongoing periodic basis per UL1066.
A. In emergency systems, in accordance with articles 517 and 700 in
the National Electrical Code (NEC),
American National Standards
Institute/National Fire Protection
Association (ANSI/NFPA) 70 and
the NFPA No. 76A and/or
Ambient temperature for operation is
between -20 and +65°C (-4 and 149°F).
Table 16-51. System Ratings
B. In stand-by systems, in accordance with article 702 of the
NEC and/or
C. In legally required stand-by
systems in accordance with
article 701 of the NEC.
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The frequency of such a re-submittal
can be as often as every quarter for a
low ampere device.
Standard UL 1008 3-Cycle
30-Cycle Extended Rating
ATS
Ampere
Rating
Ratings when used with
Upstream Breaker (kA)
Ratings used for Coordination with
Upstream Breakers with Short Time Rating
120 – 600 Vac
120 – 600 Vac
Magnum DS Fixed and Drawout
Eaton ATSs are available to meet
NFPA 110 for emergency and stand-by
power systems, and NFPA 99 for health
care facilities when ordered with the
appropriate options.
800
1000
1200
100
100
100
85
85
85
1600
2000
100
100
85
85
2500
3200
100
100
85
85
TVSS
Source 2
3-CT
52-2
52-1
1-CT
Source 1
To Customer Loads
1a, 1b, 1c
Va, Vb, Vc
VM
27
12
AM
59
KWM
32
FM
1ø
Va
1a
3ø
1ø
3ø
3ø
ATC-5000
27
VM
46
59
AM
50
78
KWM
81O/U
PFM
32R 81O/U
25
Va, Vb, Vc
Figure 16-23. Typical System Diagram — Standard One Line
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TVSS
Source 2
52-2
3-CT
52-1
1-CT
3-CT
Source 1
To Building Loads
VM
27
12
AM
59
KWM
32
FM
1ø
3ø
1ø
3ø
3ø
ATC-5000
1a
Va, Vb, Vc
27
VM
46
59
AM
50
78
KWM
81O/U
PFM
32R 81O/U
25
Va
Va, Vb, Vc
1a, 1b, 1c
Va, Vb, Vc
3ø
Va
1ø
3ø
M-3410A
25
Control
Function
Figure 16-24. Typical System Diagram — Standard One Line With Utility Grade Multi-function Relaying
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1a, 1b, 1c
27
32
47
46
59
51V
59
51N
81
60FL
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Magnum Closed Transition Soft Load Transfer Switches with ATC 5000 Controller — Dimensions
Base Components
Logic Panel
Protective
Relay
Source 1
Magnum DS
Breaker
Breaker Status
Lights
ATC-5000
Controller
Customer
Connections
Service Entrance
Device Panel
Source 2
Magnum DS
Breaker
Device Panel
TVSS
Utility Grade
Metering
Transformer
Panel
Magnum Soft Load ATS Base Components
Enclosure
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The rugged steel switch enclosure is
supplied with four door hinges,
regardless of enclosure size, to ensure
proper support of the door and door
mounted devices. The hinges have
removable hinge pins to facilitate door
removal. The doors are supplied as
standard with thumbscrew and padlock latches. Cable entry holes are the
customer’s responsibility.
The door is used to mount a variety of
lights, switches, and push buttons,
depending upon the options required
for a particular switch. All switch doors
are supplied with a heavy duty plastic
accessory panel in place, whether or
not external devices are required. When
lights, pushbuttons, or switches are
required, they are normally mounted
in the plastic door mounted panel.
Transfer switch enclosures and some
internal steel mounting plates, such as
the transformer panel mounting plate,
go through a pre-treatment cleaning
system prior to painting to insure a
durable finish. Should the enclosure
become scratched and in need of touch
up paint, use ANSI 61. All remaining
steel is galvanized.
The standard switch enclosure is
NEMA Type 1 for general indoor use
Table 16-52.
Table 16-52. Transfer Switch Equipment
Enclosures
NEMA
Type
Design
Protection
1
Indoor
Enclosed Equipment
3R
Outdoor
Rain, Ice Formation
the transfer switch switching devices.
Refer to the separate Customer Wiring
Diagrams supplied with the transfer
switch equipment for power termination. Verify that the lugs supplied
will accommodate the power cables
being used. Also verify that the cables
comply with local electrical codes.
Standard transfer switch equipment,
as supplied from the factory, will
accommodate the wire sizes shown
in Table 16-53.
Table 16-53. Wire Size for Available Power
Cable Connections
Device
Switch
Neutral
Power Cables
Power cables are to be connected to
solderless screw type lugs located on
Switch
Amperes
Rating
Cables
Per
Phase
Range
Wiring
Size
800 – 2000 6
3/0 – 750 kcmil
2500 – 3200 9
3/0 – 750 kcmil
800 – 2000 24
4/0 – 500 kcmil
2500 – 3200 36
4/0 – 500 kcmil
Table 16-54. Dimensions Chart
Design
Amperes
Poles
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
NEMA 1
NEMA 3R
Height
Width
Depth
Height
Width
Depth
Fixed
800 – 2000
2500 – 3200
3&4
3&4
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
32.00 (812.8)
44.00 (1117.6)
48.00 (1219.2)
48.00 (1219.2)
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
32.00 (812.8)
44.00 (1117.6)
54.00 (1371.6)
54.00 (1371.6)
Drawout
800 – 2000
2500 – 3200
3&4
3&4
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
32.00 (812.8)
44.00 (1117.6)
60.00 (1524.0)
60.00 (1524.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
32.00 (812.8)
44.00 (1117.6)
66.00 (1676.4)
66.00 (1676.4)
Fixed With
Bypass Isolation
800 – 2000
2500 – 3200
3&4
3&4
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
64.00 (1625.6)
88.00 (2235.2)
48.00 (1219.2)
48.00 (1219.2)
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
64.00 (1625.6)
88.00 (2235.2)
54.00 (1371.6)
54.00 (1371.6)
Drawout With
Bypass Isolation
800 – 2000
2500 – 3200
3&4
3&4
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
64.00 (1625.6)
88.00 (2235.2)
60.00 (1524.0)
60.00 (1524.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
90.00 (2286.0)
64.00 (1625.6)
88.00 (2235.2)
66.00 (1676.4)
66.00 (1676.4)
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Load Transfer Switches with
ATC 5000 Controller (Continued)
(Table 16-55) provides the required
interpretation information. An example
for an open transition switch is offered
to initially simplify the process.
Product Selection
Example: Catalog Number (circled
numbers correspond to position
headings in Table 16-55).
Transfer Switch Catalog Number
Identification
Transfer switch equipment catalog
numbers provide a significant amount
of relevant information that pertains to
a particular piece of equipment. The
catalog number identification table
1 to 2
3
4
5 to 6
CT
V
C
MG
7
8
9 to 12
13
14
15
E 3 2000 X R U
gence, represented by the ATC-5000, is
a microprocessor-based logic package.
The Magnum Breaker is used as the
switching device and is a 3-pole
molded case breaker for each source.
The continuous current rating of this
equipment is 2000 A and is applicable
at 480/277 Vac, 60 Hz. The transfer
switch equipment is enclosed in a
NEMA 3R enclosure and is listed for
Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
The catalog number CTVCMGE32000XRU
describes a Soft Load ATS with the
drawout switching devices mounted
vertically in the enclosure. The intelli-
Catalog Numbering System
Table 16-55. Transfer Switch Catalog Number System — Magnum Soft Load Transfer Switches 800 – 3200 Amperes
Using the Catalog Numbering System provides an overview of the ten basic style/feature categories
which generate the 15 digit catalog number.
CT V C MG E 3 2000 X R U
Type
Position 1-2
Logic
Position 4
Frame
Position 5-6
Poles
Position 8
Amperes
Position 9-12
Enclosure
Position 14
Listing
Position 15
CT = Closed
Transition
C = ATC 5000
MG = Molded Cases
Magnum DS
3 = 3 Poles
4 = 4 Poles
0800 = 800 A
1000 = 1000 A
1200 = 1200 A
1600 = 1600 A
2000 = 2000 A
2500 = 2500 A
3200 = 3200 A
S = NEMA 1
R = NEMA 3R
U = UL Listed
Orientation
Position 3
V = Vertical
PCS = Power Case Switch
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Switch
Position 7
A = Fixed Mount,
Power Case Switch
PCS Both
B = Fixed Mount,
Power Case Circuit
Breaker PCB Both
C = Fixed Mount,
PCB Normal,
PCS Emergency
D = Fixed Mount,
PCS Normal,
PCB Emergency
E = Drawout, PCS Both
F = Drawout, PCB Both
G = Drawout, PCB Normal,
PCS Emergency
H = Drawout, PCS Normal,
PCB Emergency
PCB = Power Circuit Breaker
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Voltage
Position 13
A = 120 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
B = 208/120 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
E = 600 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
E = 600 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
G = 220/127 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
G = 220/110 V 50/60 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
H = 380/220 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
K = 600 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
M = 230 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
M = 230 V 50 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
N = 401/230 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
O = 415/240 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
W= 240/120 V 60 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
W= 240 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
W= 240/120 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire Hi-Leg
W= 230/115 V 60 Hz 1-Phase 3-Wire
X = 480 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 3-Wire
X = 480/277 V 60 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
X = 480/240 V 50 Hz 1-Phase 2-Wire
Z = 346/220 V 50 Hz 3-Phase 4-Wire
BOCA is a registered trademark of Building Officials
and Code Administrators International, Inc. CutlerHammer is a federally registered trademark of Eaton
Corporation. CSA is a registered trademark of the
Canadian Standards Association. Gen-Tran is a registered trademark of Gen-Tran Corporation. ISO is the
registered trademark and sole property of the International Organization for Standardization. National Electrical Code and NEC are registered trademarks of the
National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Mass.
NEMA is the registered trademark and service mark of
the National Electrical Manufacturers Association. Uniform Building Code (UBC) is a trademark of the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO). UL and
cUL are federally registered trademark of Underwriters
Laboratories Inc.
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Switches with ATC 5000 Controller (Continued)
ATC-5000 Specifications
ATC-5000 Integrated Microprocessor Controller
The integrated logic controller is a microprocessor-based
generator set control and management package. ATC-5000
provides a user-friendly interface allowing operators to
easily view system status, view and reset alarms, display
metered values and modify device set points.
The unit provides fully integrated communication to engine
Electronic Control Units (ECUs) including:
■
[via CAN bus] standard SAE J1939, Deutz EMR, Scania S6,
mtu MDEC;
■ [via RS-232] Caterpillar CCM to EMCP-II, and ECM.
Features include:
■
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
Integrated LED display.
Automatic Transfer Switch Logic.
True rms sensing.
Frequency and Voltage Bias Outputs for the generator sets.
Protective Relays.
❑ Device 25A Synchronizer
❑ Device 59/27 O/U Voltage for generator set and utility tie
❑ Device 81 O/U Frequency for generator set and utility tie
❑ Device 78 Phase/Vector shift for the utility tie
❑ Device 32/32R Overload/Reverse Power for the
generator set
❑ Device 46 Load Imbalance for the generator set
❑ Device 50/51 Overcurrent for the generator set
Load Management.
❑ Automatic base load/peak shaving
❑ Import/Export power control
Automatic Start/Stop sequencing for gas and diesel engines.
Load dependent start/stop.
Real Power/PF control.
Counters for kWh, engine starts, operating hours and
maintenance call.
Freely configurable discrete and analog alarm inputs.
Freely configurable relay and analog outputs.
Language Manager.
Event Logging.
PC and front panel configurable.
Multi level password protection.
Battery voltage monitoring.
CAN bus communication.
Specifications
Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class 1
Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/24 Vdc (9.5 to 32 Vdc)
Intrinsic consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maximum 20 W
Ambient temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20 to 70˚C
Ambient humidity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95%, Non-condensing
Voltage Rated (Vrated): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1] 69/120 Vac or
[4] 231/400 Vac
UL: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1] Maximum 86/150 Vac or
[4] Maximum 173/300 Vac
Setting range(sec.)star: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1] 50 to 125 Vac or
[4] 50 to 480 Vac
Setting range(sec.)delta: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1] 50 to 114 Vac or
[4] 50 to 380 Vac
Setting range (prim.):. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.050 to 65,000 kVac
Measuring frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50/60 Hz (40 to 70 Hz
Linear measuring range up to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3 ¥ Vrated
Input resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[1] 0.21 MW, [4] 0.7 MW
Maximum power consumption per path . . . . . . . . . . . <0.15 W
Current (rated values; Irated) . . . . . . . . [../1]../1A or [../5]../5A
Current-carrying capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Igen = 3.0 ¥ Irated
Imains = 1.5 ¥ Irated
Load. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .<0.15 VA
Related short-time current (1s) . . . . . . . . . . . [../1] 50 ¥ Irated,
[../5] 10 ¥ Irated
Discrete inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . isolated
Input range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/24 Vdc (6 to 32 Vdc)
Input resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Approx. 6.8 kW
Analog inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Freely scaleable
Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0/4 to 20 mA, Pt100, VDO
Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Bit
Relay outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Potential free
Contact material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AgCdO
Load (GP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 Aac @ 250 Vac
2.00 Adc @ 24 Vdc/0.36 Adc @ 125 Vdc/
0.18 Adc @ 250 Vdc
Pilot duty (PD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B300
1.00 Adc @ 24 Vdc/0.22 Adc @ 125 Vdc/
0.10 Adc @ 250 Vdc
Analog outputs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Isolated
Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0/4 to 20 mA, freely scaleable
Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8/12 Bit (depending on model)
Maximum load 0/4 – 20 mA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 W
Insulating voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,500 Vdc
Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type APRANORM DIN 43 700
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 ¥ 144 ¥ 118 mm
Front cutout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138[+1.0] ¥ 138(+1.0] mm
Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . Screw/plug terminals depending
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . on connector 1.5 mm2 or 2.5 mm2
Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Insulating surface
Protection system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . With proper installation
Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP42
(sealed IP45; gasket kit = P/N 8923-1039)
Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IP21
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . .Depending on version, approx. 1,000g
Disturbance test (CE) . . . . . . . Tested according to applicable
EN guidelines
Listings . . . . . . . . . . . UL/cUL listed (voltages up to 300 Vac)
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