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Date: 03/09/2014
ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURE
ECP 05-9531
CONTROL UNIT AND RTU INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Network(s):
EPN, SPN
Summary:
This document details the installation procedure for the control units and remote
terminal units (RTU) used with ground-mounted switchgear. It includes the physical
installation of the control unit together with installation of the mains supply, earthing
and communications.
Owner:
Kevin Burt
Date:
03/09/2014
Approved By:
Steve Mockford
Approved Date:
16/09/2014
This document forms part of the Company’s Integrated Business System and its requirements are mandatory throughout UK
Power Networks. Departure from these requirements may only be taken with the written approval of the Director of Asset
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Contents
1
Introduction ............................................................................................................. 5
2
Scope ....................................................................................................................... 5
3
References ............................................................................................................... 5
4
Abbreviations and Definitions ................................................................................ 5
5
Description............................................................................................................... 6
6
Equipment ................................................................................................................ 6
7
Communications ..................................................................................................... 7
8
Location ................................................................................................................... 8
9
Positioning and Configuration ............................................................................... 9
10
Mains Supply ......................................................................................................... 11
10.1
General ................................................................................................................... 11
10.2
LV Transformer-mounted Fuse Cabinet................................................................... 11
10.3
LV Pillar ................................................................................................................... 12
10.4
LV Main (Switching Stations) ................................................................................... 13
10.5
Consumer Units (Indoor Substations) ...................................................................... 14
10.6
HV Metering Unit (HV Customers and Switching Stations) ...................................... 14
11
Earthing.................................................................................................................. 14
12
Labelling ................................................................................................................ 14
13
Final Checks .......................................................................................................... 14
Appendix A – Control Unit Details ................................................................................... 15
A.1
Schneider T200E..................................................................................................... 15
A.2
Schneider T200E Series 3 ....................................................................................... 16
A.3
Lucy Gemini ............................................................................................................ 17
Appendix B – Plinth Drawings ......................................................................................... 18
B.1
Schneider T200E Plinth ........................................................................................... 18
B.2
Lucy Gemini Plinth................................................................................................... 19
Appendix C – Stand Drawings ......................................................................................... 20
C.1
Lucy Gemini Stand used for Ground Mounting ........................................................ 20
C.2
Lucy Gemini Stand used for Wall Mounting (e.g. GRP) ........................................... 21
Appendix D – GRP Mounting Arrangements................................................................... 22
D.1
GRP RTU Fixing Drawing ........................................................................................ 22
D.2
Lucy Gemini GRP Mounting Arrangements ............................................................. 23
Appendix E – Material Lists.............................................................................................. 24
E.1
Auxiliary Supply Components .................................................................................. 24
E.2
Automation Components ......................................................................................... 25
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Appendix F – Labels ......................................................................................................... 27
F.1
Control Unit Door Label for Multiple Switchboards ................................................... 27
F.2
T200E Circuit Label ................................................................................................. 28
F.3
Gemini Circuit Label ................................................................................................ 29
Figures
Figure 7-1 – Paknet Aerial Mounting on Schneider Switchgear ............................................. 7
Figure 7-2 – Paknet Aerial Mounting on LUCY Switchgear ................................................... 7
Figure 7-3 – Paknet Aerial Mounting on a GRP Substation ................................................... 7
Figure 9-1 – Schneider Switchgear Configurations ............................................................... 9
Figure 9-2 – Lucy Switchgear Configurations ...................................................................... 10
Figure 10-1 – Transformer-mounted Cabinet Auxiliary Supply Terminal Block .................... 12
Figure 10-2 – Mains Supply using a Street Lighting Pillar ................................................... 13
Tables
Table E-1 – RTU and Mounting Kits .................................................................................... 25
Table E-2 – Schneider Ring Main Unit (RN2c, RN6c and RE2c) Components .................... 25
Table E-3 – Schneider Extensible Switches (SE6) and Circuit-Breaker (CE6/CE2)
Components ...................................................................................................... 26
Table E-4 – Lucy Components ............................................................................................ 26
Table E-5 – Paknet Components ........................................................................................ 26
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Introduction
1.1
This document details the installation procedure for the control units and remote
terminal units (RTU) used with ground-mounted switchgear. It includes the physical
installation of the control unit together with installation of the mains supply, earthing
and communications.
1.2
This procedure shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of the UK
Power Networks Distribution Safety Rules.
1.3
This procedure shall be carried out having regard to the requirements and
recommendations of the manufacturer. If conflict exists between the requirements
of the manufacturer and those of UK Power Networks the matter shall be referred
to Asset Management (or your UK Power Networks nominated contact).
2
Scope
2.1
This procedure applies to the following control units:


Schneider T200E (aka Talus 200);
Lucy Gemini 2 and 2.5.
2.2
The Remsdaq control units used in LPN are covered by procedure ECP 05-9535.
3
References
3.1
This procedure should be read in conjunction with the following references:
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UK Power Networks Distribution Safety Rules.
Generic task risk assessments (internal document only).
Schneider T200E User Manual.
Lucy Gemini 2 Installation, Operation and Maintenance User Manual.
Schneider RN2c-RN2-SE6-CE6 OEM Actuators Installation Instructions.
ECP 11-0532 Schneider T200E Control Unit and RTU Commissioning
Procedure (internal document only).
ECP 11-0534 Lucy Gemini 2.5 Control Unit and RTU Commissioning Procedure
(internal document only).
ECP 11-0533 Schneider T200 Series 3 Control Unit and RTU Commissioning
Procedure (internal document only).
ECS 06-0023 Secondary Distribution Network Earthing Construction.
EOS 05-9201 Paknet Communication System (internal document only).
4
Abbreviations and Definitions
4.1
The following abbreviations are used throughout this procedure.
Term
Definition
RTU
Remote Terminal Unit
SWBD
Switchboard
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Description
5.1
The Schneider T200E and Lucy Gemini 2 are control units/RTUs that are used to
provide local and remote control of secondary switchgear. A description of these
units is given in Appendix A.
5.2
New switchgear ordered with remote control will generally be supplied and
delivered to site with the remote control already fitted. The list below shows some of
the most popular configurations:
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RN2c – remote control on ring switch 1, FPI fitted to ring switch 1.
RN6c – remote control on ring switch 1 and circuit-breaker, FPI fitted to ring
switch 1.
RE2c/SE6 – remote control on ring switch 1, ring switch 2 and SE6, FPI fitted to
ring switch 1, ring switch 2 and SE6.
RE2c/CE2 – remote control on ring switch 1, FPI fitted to ring switch 1 and ring
switch 2.
CE6 – remote control on circuit-breaker.
VRN2a – remote control on ring switch 1, FPI fitted to ring switch 1.
VRE2a/SSE – remote control on ring switch 1 and SSE, FPI fitted to ring switch
1, ring switch 2 and the SSE.
However on occasions it will be necessary to revise the as delivered arrangement,
typically to facilitate mounting of the control unit onto the substation wall or a free
standing frame, or to provide remote control for additional equipment installed later
on site.
A number of additional components are required to carry out these tasks which are
listed in Appendix E of this document for easy reference.
6
Equipment
6.1
The following test equipment is required:
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Vodafone Paknet Signal Strength Test Set CS1051 or CS106-6.
Test lamp.
1kV insulation resistance tester (e.g. Megger).
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Communications
7.1
Prior to the installation of remote control switchgear it is advisable to carry out a
Paknet communications survey using a Paknet test set (CS1051 or CS106-6) to
determine if a suitable signal strength is available. If this cannot be achieved UK
Power Networks Operational Telecoms (or your UKPN nominated contact) should
be consulted so that an alternative can be established.
7.2
A Paknet aerial can usually be mounted onto the switchgear using the bracket
supplied with the equipment - refer to examples in Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-2. For
equipment that is installed in a GRP it is important to orientate the mounting bracket
on the equipment to ensure the aerial is reasonably upright and not bent over by
the GRP roof. It is often necessary to mount the aerial outside of the GRP to get the
best reception - refer to Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-1 – Paknet Aerial Mounting on
Schneider Switchgear
Figure 7-2 – Paknet Aerial Mounting on
LUCY Switchgear
Figure 7-3 – Paknet Aerial Mounting on a GRP Substation
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Location
8.1
The RTU should be situated such that an operator has safe egress from the
substation after operation which would usually mean a location near the main door
of the substation.
8.2
Generally the Schneider T200E control unit is supplied mounted directly onto the
switchgear which is satisfactory for most installations.
8.3
The Lucy VRN2a/VRE2a is supplied with the Gemini control unit mounted directly
onto the ring main unit (RMU), above ring switch 2 cable end box. The control unit
shall be removed and either mounted onto a suitable wall in the substation or onto
the purpose-built free-standing frame (refer to 13.1Appendix C) which is supplied
with the switchgear. Note: Care shall be taken to ensure that the conduit is able to
reach the control unit from the RMU when positioning the control unit.
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Positioning and Configuration
9.1
The T200E can control up to four switches or circuit-breakers at any site, in any
combination with either linear or rotary operation. For example, a substation may
comprise of switchboard one (SWBD1) containing an RE2c where ring switch 1
and 2 and the coupled SE6 (linear operation) are all automated and in addition
switchboard two (SWBD2) containing an RN2c where just ring switch 1 is
automated. The diagrams shown in Figure 9-1 provide examples of the various
remote control options.
T200
1
1
2
RN2c
2
3
1
4
2
RN2c
Note – FPI 2, 3 and 4
may require the
installation of an
additional FPI
module
1
4
RN2c
2
RE2c
1
4
SE6
2
RE2c
x
3
3
4
SE6
RN2c
Remote control switch
FPI
1
2
3
RN2c
1
RE2c
2
4
RE2c
2
RN2c
SE6
3
RN2c
1
4
SE6
3
RE2c
4
SE6
Figure 9-1 – Schneider Switchgear Configurations
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9.2
The Gemini can control up to three switches or circuit-breakers at a location. The
diagrams shown in Figure 9-2 provide examples of the various remote control
options.
Gemini 2
1
1
VRN2a
2
2
3
3
1
2
VRN2a
Note – FPI 2 and 3
require the
installation of an
expansion module
x
2
1
2
VRE2a
Remote control switch
FPI
1
3
VRN2a
3
SSE
2
VRE2a
1
2
VRN2a
1
3
SSE
3
VRE2a
2
VRN2a
VRN2a
SSE
3
VRE2a
SSE
3
1
2
VRN6a
Figure 9-2 – Lucy Switchgear Configurations
9.3
A mixture of Schneider and Lucy switchgear should be avoided at a site. If it is
necessary to install both makes of switchgear then remote control should be limited
to one make only to avoid the installation of both a T200E and a Gemini on the site.
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Mains Supply
10.1
General
10.1.1
The type of mains supply will depend on the actual installation and the type of low
voltage supply available at the substation. However, it is important to ensure that
the supply is reliable and robustly installed as it will not only power the remote
control equipment and keep the battery charged but it will also give indication of the
availability of supply to a substation, thus providing useful information to aid fault
restoration.
Caution: All work to facilitate a low voltage supply for a control unit is
covered by UK Power Networks Distribution Safety Rules.
10.1.2
Suitable procedures for installing the mains supply for the various low voltage
options below and detailed in the sections that follow.
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LV transformer-mounted fuse cabinet.
LV pillar.
LV main (switching stations).
Consumer unit (indoor substations).
HV metering unit (HV customers and switching stations).
10.2
LV Transformer-mounted Fuse Cabinet
10.2.1
Install a 2.5mm2 steel-wire armoured cable between the transformer-mounted fusecabinet and the control unit. To avoid a parallel earth path the armouring shall only
be earthed at the control unit end with a suitable gland, the transformer-mounted
fuse-cabinet end should be secured in a plastic gland.
10.2.2
The transformer-mounted fuse-cabinet should be inspected and assessed for the
availability of an auxiliary supply; typically a fused supply is available at a
connection block in the bottom of the cabinet but other options especially in older
equipment may need to be considered.
10.2.3
A fused auxiliary supply should be confirmed as live and un-switched (for example
via the cabinet door switch). The auxiliary supply fuse should be proved and the
appropriate fuse way noted.
10.2.4
The standard transformer-mounted fuse-cabinet (Schneider) provides for an easy
connection of a 6A fused auxiliary supply for automation (H2-H5 'External Lighting'
– refer to Figure 10-1). This auxiliary supply source should be the preferred
option for the control unit on all new installations.
10.2.5
The supply fuse and terminal block should be clearly labelled 'CAUTION –
Automation Supply' so as to avoid inadvertent disconnection.
10.2.6
A list of materials to assemble this supply arrangement is detailed in Appendix E.
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Figure 10-1 – Transformer-mounted Cabinet Auxiliary Supply Terminal Block
10.3
LV Pillar
10.3.1
Install a 2.5mm2 steel-wire armoured cable between the transformer-mounted fusecabinet and the control unit. To avoid a parallel earth path the armouring shall only
be earthed at the control unit end with a suitable gland, the LV pillar end should be
secured in a plastic gland. Any unused cores should be made safe and left as
spare.
10.3.2
The supply to the automation should be connected to the existing LV auxiliary
supply; either directly from an existing spare auxiliary fuse (fused at 5A or less) or
via a metal-clad fused-spur (fused at 3A), mounted securely in the pillar and
supplied directly from an auxiliary supply within the pillar.
10.3.3
Label the fused spur or auxiliary fuses 'CAUTION - Automation Supply' using a
suitable label so as to avoid inadvertent disconnection.
10.3.4
The connection of an auxiliary supply from an existing pillar should be subject to
both careful consideration and any proposed method of working subject to a
detailed site specific risk assessment.
10.3.5
A list of materials to assemble this supply arrangement is detailed in Appendix E.
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LV Main (Switching Stations)
10.4.1
Where no LV supply is available from a transformer-mounted fuse cabinet, LV pillar
or existing domestic wiring within a substation building then a new service with a
minimum capacity of 16A shall be installed. Typically this will require a new service
from a passing LV main but in some circumstances considerably more work maybe
involved.
10.4.2
If the substation is outdoors the new service should be terminated using a street
lighting pillar. The street lighting pillar should contain an un-switched spur for the
control unit and a socket outlet as shown in Figure 10-2. A standard 'Danger' notice
shall be attached to the pillar.
Figure 10-2 – Mains Supply using a Street Lighting Pillar
10.4.3
If the substation is indoors, including a GRP enclosure, the new service should be
mounted onto a meter-board securely fitted to the structure. The opportunity should
be taken to fit an un-switched spur for the control unit and a socket outlet as a
minimum. A list of materials to assemble such a supply arrangement is shown in
Appendix E.
10.4.4
Install a 2.5mm2 steel-wire armoured cable between the street lighting pillar and the
control unit. To avoid a parallel earth path the armouring shall only be earthed at
the control unit end with a suitable gland. The street lighting pillar end should be
secured in a plastic gland. Any unused cores should be made safe and left as
spare.
10.4.5
Label the un-switched spur 'CAUTION - Automation Supply' using a suitable label
to avoid inadvertent disconnection.
10.4.6
A list of materials to assemble this supply arrangement is detailed in Appendix E.
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10.5
Consumer Units (Indoor Substations)
10.5.1
Where an indoor substation has existing domestic supply available then these
should be adapted to provide an un-switched metal clad spur adjacent to the
control unit. Wherever possible the supply for the control should be wired as a
separate circuit from the local consumer unit and protected by a 3A fuse in the spur
with appropriate circuit protection at the consumer unit.
10.5.2
Label the un-switched spur 'CAUTION - Automation Supply' using a suitable label
so as to avoid inadvertent disconnection.
10.5.3
A list of materials to assemble this supply arrangement is detailed in Appendix E.
10.6
HV Metering Unit (HV Customers and Switching Stations)
10.6.1
An alternative option for use at HV customer sites or switching stations is to use a
HV metering unit. An 110V supply can be taken from the metering unit auxiliary
supply terminals to power the control unit.
Note: The T200E control unit requires the installation of an 110V input transformer
(available from Schneider) to facilitate this. The original 230V input transformer
should be left in the control unit for future use.
11
Earthing
11.1
If the control unit is mounted onto a wall or free standing frame then it shall be
suitably bonded to the substation earthing using minimum of 35mm2 stranded
aluminium or 16mm2 stranded copper PVC covered earth cable as specified in
ECS 06-0023.
11.2
If the control unit is mounted onto the switchgear the installed control unit bonding
braid shall be securely attached to the switchgear earth.
11.3
The mains supply cable shall be earthed at the control unit end only (and not at the
supply end). The earth shall be insulated at the other end.
12
Labelling
12.1
If the control unit is controlling more than one switchboard at a location then the
door of control unit should be clearly labelled as shown in Appendix F.
12.2
Each switch in the control unit shall be clearly labelled to indicate which circuit it is
controlling as shown in Appendix F.
13
Final Checks
13.1
Check that:
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The cabinet is secure.
The mains supply is complete.
The earthing is complete.
The correct labels are fitted.
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Appendix A – Control Unit Details
A.1
Schneider T200E
The Schneider T200E has remote control facilities for up to four switches or circuit-breakers
(or a mixture of both). The cabinet layout is shown below and consists of the following
elements:
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Control module (left card), Comms module (middle card) and Power module (right card).
Space for Paknet pad etc.
Switchgear interface module.
Batteries, power supply transformer and mains MCB.
Cable glands for cable entry.
For further information refer to the relevant commissioning procedure.
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A.2
Schneider T200E Series 3
The T200E can be used to control Schneider switchgear (with rotary and/or linear actuators)
and other switchgear via the standard secondary switchgear telecontrol interface. The
T200E can also be used to control retrofit actuators on legacy oil switchgear using an
additional interface card. Each switch to be controlled needs an umbilical cable connection
to the T200E. For further information refer to the relevant commissioning procedure.
CONTROL
Module
COM
Module
Configuration
Port
POWER
Module
MODBUS
Port
Local Control
Panel
(See Figure 6)
External
Modem
Internal
Modem
Switchgear
Interface Card
Mains Supply
and Isolation
Battery
Switchgear
Connectors
FPI
Modules
Cable Entry
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A.3
Lucy Gemini
The Gemini has remote control facilities for up to three switches or circuit-breakers (or a
mixture of both). Each switch to be controlled needs an umbilical cable connection to the
Gemini. The cabinet layout is shown below. For further information refer to the relevant
commissioning procedure.
RTU
(Inner Box)
Identification
Label
Local/Remote
Switch
Modem
Control
Panel
Communications
and Configuration
Ports
Battery
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Optional
Expansion Module
(FPI2 and FPI3)
Power Supply Unit
Mains Supply and
Isolation
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Appendix B – Plinth Drawings
B.1
Schneider T200E Plinth
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Lucy Gemini Plinth
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Appendix C – Stand Drawings
C.1
Lucy Gemini Stand used for Ground Mounting
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Lucy Gemini Stand used for Wall Mounting (e.g. GRP)
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Appendix D – GRP Mounting Arrangements
D.1
GRP RTU Fixing Drawing
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Lucy Gemini GRP Mounting Arrangements
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Appendix E – Material Lists
E.1
Auxiliary Supply Components
List of useful items to assist in the installation of control unit auxiliary supplies.
Category
Item
Materials Code
Pillar
Street Lighting Pillar 1010 x 160 x 170mm
33724D
Street Lighting Pillar 1010 x 210 x 170mm
33725N
Metal-clad 13A fused spur
01295W
Metal-clad single socket outlet
05362R
Metal-clad double socket outlet
05363B
5A BS 1362 fuse
11116F
Sockets and Spurs
Fuses
6A busman fuse (for TOC)
Cable
2
4-core SWA 2.5mm cable
2
2.5mm flex cable
2
Glands
Zip Ties
Crimps
Miscellaneous
1
1
11432G
05971L
Procure locally
70mm earth cable
05865J
Brass gland (for SWA cable)
03601T
Plastic gland
03605H
Plastic gland
03606S
Zip tie 2.5mm x 100mm
03552P
Zip tie 3.5mm x 200mm
03551E
Zip tie 3.5mm x 300mm
02232U
Zip tie 4.5mm x 150mm
03550U
Zip tie 7.5mm x 375mm
02234P
Crimp terminals blue
03026P
Crimp rings 6mm hole blue
14450S
Crimp rings 6mm hole yellow
14451C
Anchor bolts for switchgear
13046H
UK Power Networks Logistics materials code for internal use only.
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E.2
Automation Components
The tables below contain a summary of the key components that maybe required as
replacements/spares or to facilitate the addition of remote control to new or existing switches
or circuit breakers.
Table E-1 – RTU and Mounting Kits
2
Item
Materials Code (Supplier Reference)
EPN
SPN
3
48761H
4
Schneider T200 E04M RTU
14940W
Schneider T200 mounting kit – RN2c/RE2c/RN6c
48770G (RMR A406)
48770G (RMR A406)
Schneider T200 mounting kit – SE6/CE6
48771R
48771R
Schneider T200 mounting kit – freestanding
48772B (RMR A220)
48772B (RMR A220)
Lucy Gemini RTU
Supplied with ring main unit
Lucy Gemini Stand
Supplied with ring main unit
Table E-2 – Schneider Ring Main Unit (RN2c, RN6c and RE2c) Components
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Item
Materials Code (Supplier Reference)
Ring Switch 1
(RSW1)
Ring Switch 2
(RSW2)
Circuit Breaker (CB)
48802X (RMR A520)
Rotary actuator
48777A (RMR A507)
Motor off alarm
48800D (RMR A608)
48801N (RMR A609)
Auxiliary switch
48779U (RMR A606)
48778K (RMR A607)
2.5m conduit
48783U (RMR F377)
48787J (RMR F378)
48791J (RMR F379)
5m conduit
48810M
48788T
48792T
48785P
48789D
48793D
10m conduit
Data acquisition card
5
48773L (T200AC)
Refer to Schneider RN2c-RN2-SE6-CE6 OEM Actuators Installation Instructions for further
information on installing actuators, motor off alarms and auxiliary switches.
2
UK Power Networks Logistics materials code for internal use only.
T200 E04M software version 3.03 including T200AC, Paknet aerial bracket, Paknet power lead, Paknet serial
cable and Paknet internal aerial fly-lead.
4
T200 E04M software version 4.01 including T200AC Paknet aerial bracket, Paknet power lead, Paknet serial
cable and Paknet internal aerial fly-lead.
5
The T200E is supplied with one T200AC data acquisition card fitted.
3
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Table E-3 – Schneider Extensible Switches (SE6) and Circuit-Breaker (CE6/CE2) Components
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Item
Materials Code (Supplier Reference)
Linear actuator
SE6
CE2/CE6
48776Q
48776Q
1.145m conduit
48816V (RMR F433)
5m conduit
48795X (RMR F244)
48817F (RMR F562)
10m conduit
48796H (RMR F245)
48818Q (RMR F563)
Data acquisition card
48773L (T200AC)
Refer to Schneider RN2c-RN2-SE6-CE6 OEM Actuators Installation Instructions for further
information on installing actuators, motor off alarms and auxiliary switches.
Table E-4 – Lucy Components
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Item
Materials Code (Supplier Reference)
VRN2a/VRN6a
10M Umbilical Cable
13939W
5M Umbilical Cable
13940S (X080000150)
Actuator Kit including Interface PCB
13941C (THM0001329)
Gemini 2.5 FPI Expansion Module
13937C (X0204215AO)
Gemini 2.5 PSU
13936S
Gemini 2.5 L12V15 Battery (set of 2)
13938M
FPI CT Shorting PCB
13942M
Switchgear Simulator
13943W
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Table E-5 – Paknet Components
Item
6
7
Materials Code
6
EPN
SPN
Paknet pad
61525V
47412W
Paknet aerial
61532A
N-type aerial plug
01688X
UK Power Networks Logistics materials code for internal use only.
Refer to EOS 05-9201 (Paknet communication system) for further information.
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Appendix F – Labels
F.1
Control Unit Door Label for Multiple Switchboards
If a control unit controls more than one switchboard a warning label (approx size 300mm x
150mm) shall be fixed onto the front of the as shown below.
.
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F.2
T200E Circuit Label
The label shown below is provided on the inside of the door on a T200E and is supplied on
all EPN and SPN units from September 2008. Spare labels for use on older stock are
available from Schneider Electric.
Engraved circuit labels of size 55mm x 25mm shall be added for each switch/circuit-breaker
in use as shown below.
Adhesive Label
on Back of Door
Engraved Labels
55mm x 25mm
Another engraved label of size 86 x 15mm (with four equal sections) showing all circuits
shall be placed over the yellow paper strip as shown below.
Engraved Label
86 x 15mm
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F.3
Gemini Circuit Label
Engraved circuit labels of size 55mm x 25mm shall be added for each switch in use as
shown below.
Engraved Labels
55mm x 25mm
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