Bulletin 01044

Bulletin 01044
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Oil-Insulated Switchgear
Wide Selection on a Narrow Budget.
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MOST
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KYLE MOST OIL-INSULATED SWITCHGEAR
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MOST means just what it says – simple,
economical,suitable for both utility and
commercial/industrial applications and
versatile with a wide selection of fuse
ratings to make it easily adaptable to
pretty much any distribution system.
Get the most out of MOST.
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15, 25, 35kV
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Kyle’s MOST padmounted
switchgear provides a simple,
economical approach to
switching for 15, 25, and 35kV
underground systems.
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Simple, Economical Operation
Low Profile
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Field-Proven Components
Switching and Fusing Flexibility
Deadfront Construction
MOST padmounted switchgear is
versatile in application. It is suited
for utility and
commercial/industrial
requirements, and a wide
selection of fuse ratings make it
easily adaptable to standardized
distribution systems. MOST
switchgear fits the majority of
standard pads and is compatible
with commonly used tools and
techniques.
MOST switchgear and
components are products of
Cooper Power Systems, proven
by years of continuous field
experience.
Deadfront Construction
For Added Safety
The deadfront construction of
MOST padmounted switchgear
offers a safety factor for utility
personnel and the general public.
Inside, all terminators are covered
with insulating rubber. All internal
parts are completely sealed in
insulating oil to reduce
maintenance and eliminate the
problems of moisture, dirt, and
wildlife commonly associated with
air-insulated switchgear.
The deadfront, non-ventilated,
tamper-resistant construction of
low-profile MOST switchgear
makes it suitable for operation in
areas subject to excessive
moisture, occasional flooding and
blowing snow.
Durable Paint Finish
Keeping your switchgear painted
in the field is important, not only
because it extends the
operational life of the unit, but
also because customers expect
you to keep equipment you install
near their property looking good.
With the cost of repainting, the
durability of the factory finish can
have a significant impact on your
maintenance budget.
Painted with the most advanced
coating system in the industry
(similar to that used in the
automotive industry), MOST
Switchgear retains a like-new
protective finish years after others
have blistered, cracked, chalked,
or rusted.
Cooper Power Systems’ MOST
Switchgear exceeds the
requirements of ANSI C57.12.28
and C57.12.29.
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Fusing
The Cooper type ELSG full-range, current-limiting fuses
provide consistent clearing of low currents, as well as
reliable, high-speed interruption of high-magnitude short
circuit currents.
Positive position indicators assure safe operation.
In addition to providing excellent protective characteristics
over a wide range of applications, the “E”-rated ELSG fuses
have time-current characteristics that
coordinate easily with other upstream
and downstream protective devices.
Four switch designs (below) are available: two-position
open/close; four-position selector blade; four-position “V”
blade; and four-position “T” blade. Kyle’s “V” and “T”
blade designs are unique in that they perform the function
of three separate open/close switches. Combining multiple
functions on one switch permits quicker and more reliable
operation. For applications where parallel loops are
required, break-before-make operation is guaranteed.
When oil sectionalizing switches are used, the need for
interlocks is eliminated.
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The side-mounted switch can be operated by shotgun stick
or an optional manually operated handle. Front-mounted
switches are also available.
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MOST Switching System
The Kyle three-phase, gang-operated
loadmake/loadbreak oil sectionalizing
switches used in MOST switchgear have
a history of more than thirty years of
successful application.
OPEN/CLOSE
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B
S1 S2
“V” Blade
A
B
C
“T” Blade
A
B
Open
T
T
S1 S2
S2 - T
T
S1 S2
Open
T
S1 S2
Open
T
S1 S2
T
S1/S2 - T
S1 S2
S2 - T
T
S1 S2
Open
T
S1 S2
S1 - T
T
S1 S2
T
S1/S2 - T
S1 S2
S2 - T
T
S1 S2
S1 - T
T
S1 S2
S1/S2
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Selector Blade
Close
Switch center is pivot point.
Black segments of blade rotate.
White segments are stationary.
Fuse Holders
(Fuses sold separately)
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Deadfront Bushings (600A)
or Bushing Wells (200A)
Phase
Diagram
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Nominal Voltage
Maximum Design Voltage, kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BIL, kV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-Minute Withstand, Switch and Terminators, kV
Continuous Current, Amps (max.) . . . . . . . . . . .
Load Switching, Amps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Momentary Current 10 Cycles, Amps (asym.) . .
2 Sec., Amps (sym.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Shot Make and Latch Amps (asym.) . . . . . . . .
Interrupting Rating (kA) (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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15kV
25kV
35kV
15.5
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600
600
16,000
10,000
16,000
50
27
125
40
300
300
16,000
10,000
16,000
20 - 50
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150
50
200*
200*
16,000
10,000
9,600
12.2 - 50
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Ratings of MOST Padmounted Switchgear
MOST Selection and Ordering Guide*
One-Line
Voltage
Diagram
(kV)
Catalog Number
Model
15
25
35
KPMT331
KPMT334
KPMT339
10
15
25
35
KPMT433
KPMT436
KPMT339
15
25
35
KPMT4A33
KPMT4A36
KPMT4A39
15
25
35
KPMT533
KPMT536
KPMT539
15
25
35
KPMT632
KPMT635
KPMT639
15
25
35
KPMT6B32
KPMT6B35
KPMT6B39
15
25
35
KPMT732
KPMT735
KPMT739
15
25
35
KPMT7B32
KPMT7B35
KPMT7B39
15
25
35
KPMT932
KPMT935
KPMT939
4
600A
T
200A
T
200A
S
200A
S2
200A
S1
4A
200A T
600A
S2
600A
S1
6
200A T
600A
S2
600A
S1
6B
200A
T
600A
S
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200A
T1
200A
T2
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600A
S
200A
T1
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600A
S2
600A
S2
9B
600A
S1
200A
T2
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200A
T1
200A
T2
200A
T1
600A
S1
200A
T2
(kV)
KPMT9B32
KPMT9B35
KPMT9B39
600A
S1
600A
T1
600A
T2
600A
S1
600A
S2
11
200A
T1
600A
S3
600A
S1
600A
S2
11B
200A
T1
600A
S3
600A
S
12
200A
T1
200A
T3
200A
T2
600A
S
12B
13A
200A
T3
200A
T2
200A
T1
600A
S
600A
T1
600A
T2
600A
S
15B
200A 200A 200A
T2
T3
T1
Typical
Catalog Number
15
25
35
KPMT1031
KPMT1034
KPMT1039
15
25
35
KPMT1132
KPMT1135
KPMT1139
15
25
35
KPMT11B32
KPMT11B35
KPMT11B39
15
25
35
KPMT1232
KPMT1235
KPMT1239
15
25
35
KPMT12B32
KPMT12B35
KPMT12B39
15
25
35
KPMT13A31
KPMT13A34
KPMT13A37
15
25
35
KPMT15B32
KPMT15B35
KPMT15B39
Bushing Guide
Voltage
Rating
15kV
15
25
35
Voltage
Diagram
600A
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(1) Interrupting rating for fused units depends on the selected fuses and the
application voltage.
* An alternate two-position OPEN-CLOSE switch is available for 15kV, 25kV and
35kV designs that has a 300A continuous and load switching rating. This
alternate switch meets ANSI C37.71 and C37.72 requirements.
25kV
35kV
Bushing Amperage Rating (Source/Tap)
600A/600A
600A/200A
200A/200A
1
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2
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8
3
6
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* Replace the last digit of the catalog with the appropriate
digit from the Bushings Amperage Ratings table.
Contact your Cooper Power Systems representative for
information on configurations not listed.
©2003 Cooper Power Systems, Inc.
Kyle® is a registered trademark of Cooper Industries, Inc.
Bulletin 01044 • February 2003 • Supersedes 3/02
P.O. Box 1640, Waukesha, WI 53187
PH 262-524-3300 FAX 262-524-3313
www.cooperpower.com
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