Specification Bulletin 768-31 [English, 1 MB, 3/16/2015]
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
For Remote Supervisory Control
Outdoor Distribution (14.4 kV through 34.5 kV)
Specifications
Conditions of Sale
STANDARD: Seller’s standard conditions of sale set
SPECIAL TO THIS PRODUCT AND
ASSOCIATED SERVICES:
and single-phase monitoring of system voltage. All sensors
are of molded S&C Cypoxy™ construction and serve
as support insulators for the switch live parts, thereby
eliminating the cost, clutter, and complexity associated
with separately mounted sensors. The voltage sensor also
provides continuous battery-charging power for certain
control units—eliminating the need to provide external
low-voltage control power.
INCLUSIONS: A complete S&C Scada-Mate Switching
System includes two major components: a Scada-Mate
Switch and a control unit that provides an interface between
the switch and the master-station computer or peer-to-peer
communication with distributed intelligence.
Scada-Mate Switches are available in upright, vertical,
tiered-outboard, and pole-top mounting configurations,
accommodating the most widely used overhead-distribution line configurations. Switches in the upright mounting
configuration are also available with extra mounting-pole
clearance.
forth in Price Sheets 150 and 181 apply, except as modified by the “SPECIAL WARRANTY PROVISIONS” and
“WARRANTY QUALIFICATIONS” on page 8.
Scada-Mate Switches
Scada-Mate Switches are three-pole, group-operated, integer style interrupter switches rated 600 amperes continuous and interrupting, offered in voltage ratings of 14.4 kV,
25 kV, and 34.5 kV. These switches are factory-assembled
on a one-piece base and include an integral storedenergy operating mechanism. In addition to electrically
operating the interrupters, the operating mechanism
provides non-electrical mechanical opening and closing▲ of the interrupters by means of a manual-operation
pull-ring. Circuit making and circuit breaking are accomplished within sealed interrupters in a controlled sulfur
hexafluoride (SF6) environment. Scada-Mate Switches
feature a five-time duty-cycle fault-closing rating of
20,000 amperes, RMS, asymmetrical, plus full live-switching performance under any and all ice conditions—circuit
making and circuit breaking are accomplished internally;
there are no external moving parts. Visible air-gap isolation of switched-open circuits is provided by an integral,
hookstick-operated three-pole disconnect. The disconnect is blocked until interrupters are opened manually via
the pull-ring▲, or electrically via the local push button or
SCADA.
Scada-Mate Switches are specifically designed for
automation of overhead distribution systems, and include
integral sensors for three-phase monitoring of line current
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Scada-Mate Switches include:
• Stored-energy operating mechanism mounted on switch
base for automated circuit making and circuit breaking
within sealed interrupters.
• Hookstick-operable three-pole disconnect for visible
air-gap isolation of switched-open circuits.
• Disconnect closed and latched indicator, which provides
remote indication of disconnect position.
• Sensors for three-phase monitoring of line current and
single-phase monitoring of system line voltage.
• 20-volt-ampere power source for charging the batteries
of certain control units.
• Provisions for mounting six surge arresters (three on
each side of switch).
• Provisions for dead-ending.▲
• 35-foot shielded liquid-tight control cable for low-voltage
electrical connection of the switch to the control unit.
• Lifting means for convenient rigging and hoisting of the
switch during installation.
▲ Except on vertical mounting configuration switches.
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S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Conditions of Sale—Continued
Control Units
Scada-Mate Switches require a control unit to provide a
complete switching system. Four control units are available, accommodating different automation approaches
and strategies. Alternately, a Switch Control Unit can
be furnished, providing local push-button control of the
Scada-Mate Switch.
Communication and Control Unit—
Externally Powered
This custom-engineered control includes the following:
• Customer-specified remote terminal unit.
• Customer-specified communication device.
• Switch control with open/close push buttons, switchposition indicating lamps, disconnect closed-and-latched
indicating lamp, local/remote switch, and operation
counter.
• High-output temperature-compensated constant-voltage
battery charger with unique battery management system,
powered by customer-supplied 120-Vac source. Integral
load-disconnect circuitry prevents deep discharge of
batteries on loss of ac source. Alarms on loss of ac
source, battery low voltage, or charger overvoltage.
Battery load test feature works in conjunction with
suitably equipped RTU.
• Rechargeable sealed-lead starved-electrolyte battery
packs.
• Any other electrical components required for the specific
application.
• Easy-to-install 316L stainless-steel enclosure.
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Communication and Control Unit—
Self-Powered
This custom-engineered control includes the following:
• Customer-specified remote terminal unit.
• Customer-specified communication device.▲
• Switch control with open/close push buttons, switchposition indicating lamps, disconnect closed-and-latched
indicating lamp, local/remote switch, and operation
counter.
• Temperature-compensated constant-voltage battery
charger powered by an S&C Voltage Sensor. Integral loaddisconnect circuitry prevents deep discharge of batteries
on loss of ac source. Alarms on loss of ac source, battery
low voltage, or charger overvoltage. Battery load test feature works in conjunction with suitably equipped RTU.◆
• Rechargeable sealed-lead starved-electrolyte battery
packs.
• Any other electrical components required for the specific
application.
• Easy-to-install 316L stainless-steel enclosure.
▲The Communication and Control Unit—Self-Powered is not recommended for use with a 5-watt transceivers. The limited power output of the
battery charger will put the batteries in a cyclic loading condition, which
may reduce battery life by up to 50%. The Communication and Control
Unit—Externally Powered is recommended if a 5-watt transceiver is the
desired communication device.
◆ Frequent deep-discharge load testing of the batteries may put the batteries into a cyclic loading condition, which may reduce battery life by up
to 50%. Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office for details.
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Model 6801 Automatic Switch Control
This fully integrated package includes the following:
• Sophisticated RTU functionality, including remote
reporting of switch status points and switch operations,
as well as current, voltage, watts, and VARs via a variety
of protocols. Plus automatic sectionalizing on overcurrent, loss of voltage, or phase unbalance; overcurrent
fault detection; selectable shots-to-lockout; and extensive data logging capability.
• Customer-specified communication device.
• Faceplate with liquid-crystal display for viewing real-time
data, settings, and fault events. Plus touch switches,
operation and diagnostic indicating lamps, and USB local
communication port.
• High-output temperature-compensated constant-voltage
battery charger with unique battery management system,
powered by three S&C Voltage Sensors or a customersupplied 120-Vac source. Integral load-disconnect
circuitry prevents deep discharge of batteries on loss
of ac source. Alarms on loss of ac source, battery low
voltage, or charger overvoltage. Includes intelligent,
microprocessor-controlled battery test feature.
• Rechargeable sealed-lead starved-electrolyte battery
packs.
• Any other electrical components required for the specific
application.
• Compact easy-to-install aluminum enclosure.
IntelliTeam® SG
The Model 6801 Control supports the
Automatic Restoration System, which uses peer-to-peer
communication and distributed intelligence to make operating decisions. No central processing or SCADA is
required, though fully supported.
Switch Control Unit
This device provides local push button control only. It
includes the following:
• Switch control with open/close push buttons, switchposition indicating lamps, disconnect closed-and-latched
indicating lamp, local/remote switch, and operation
counter.
• Temperature-compensated constant-voltage battery
charger powered by an S&C Voltage Sensor or a customer-supplied 120-Vac source. Integral load-disconnect
circuitry prevents deep discharge of batteries on loss
of ac source. Alarms on loss of ac source, battery low
voltage, or charger overvoltage. Battery load test feature
works in conjunction with a suitably equipped customersupplied RTU◆ (which must be installed in a customersupplied enclosure).
• Rechargeable sealed-lead starved-electrolyte battery
packs.
• Terminal strip for connection of external control power
input (if required), remote open/close command inputs,
current and voltage sensor outputs, and remote switchposition indication output.
• Surge protector for external control power input.
• Easy-to-install 316L stainless-steel enclosure.
Automatic Source-Transfer Applications
In automatic source-transfer applications, a source-transfer control unit is required to provide a complete switching system. Two control units are available as discussed
below. Excluding any intentional time delay to coordinate
with upstream protective devices and/or transition dwell
time, transfer is achieved in 70 cycles maximum with
either control unit.
Micro-AT Source-Transfer Control
The Micro-AT® Source-Transfer Control utilizes voltage sensing and control power provided by a dedicated
single-phase customer-furnished, line-to-ground connected voltage transformer for each source. Each transformer must be rated 500 VA minimum and have a
240/120-volt, 60-hertz secondary. No batteries are required.
This control is a fully integrated package that includes
the following features:
• Manual/automatic operation selector switch.
• Two-line 48-character backlit liquid-crystal display.
◆ Frequent deep-discharge load testing of the batteries may put the batteries into a cyclic loading condition, which may reduce battery life by up
to 50%. Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office for details.
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• Automatic-transfer “ready” indicating lamp, source-voltage indicating lamps, and overcurrent-lockout indicating
lamp with reset key.
A customer-specified remote terminal unit and communication device for SCADA applications can be furnished
on a custom basis.
• Keypad for entry of the control’s operating characteristics and voltage-, current-, and time-related operating
parameters.
The Micro-AT Source-Transfer Control automatically
records system status every time a control operation
occurs. Events can be viewed on the display or uploaded
to a personal computer if the optional communications
card is furnished. The events are time-stamped and coded
for easy interpretation; 130 events are stored in memory.
• Test keys for simulating overcurrent and loss of voltage
on the sources.
• Input isolation transformers and signal-voltage input
isolation assembly, to isolate the source-transfer control
from potential ground loops—as may occur because of
differences in voltage between the grounding points of
the voltage transformers and the control.
• Control-voltage-seeking relay which transfers between
the two sources, as required, to ensure adequate control
voltage. One source must be energized for the control
to operate.
• Terminal strips for external connections. All necessary
internal connections are prewired.
• Fuseholders for secondary fuses of user-furnished voltage transformers.
• Compact, easy-to-install 304L stainless-steel enclosure.
A separate junction box is provided for making connections to the second Scada-Mate Switch.
The Micro-AT Source-Transfer Control may optionally
be furnished with the following:
• Overcurrent-lockout feature. Prevents an automatictransfer operation that would close a switch into a fault,
thereby avoiding further utility-system disturbance.
Includes facilities for external reset.
• Remote indication feature. Permits remote monitoring of
presence or absence of source voltages, manual or automatic operating mode, status of the “ready” indicator,
“event” indicator, and (if furnished) overcurrent lockout.
• Test panel. Permits the use of an external, adjustable
three-phase source to verify, through independent measurement, the response of the control to loss-of-source,
phase-unbalance, and overcurrent-lockout conditions.
• Supervisory control. Permits operation from a remote
location.
• Communications card. Permits local uploading of
“events” and settings from the Micro-AT Control to a userfurnished personal computer, as well as downloading of
the user’s standard operating parameters.
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Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control
This control utilizes current/voltage sensing and control
power provided by three S&C Current/Voltage Sensors
per source, mounted on the jaw side of each switch. It is a
fully integrated package that includes the following:
• Sophisticated RTU functionality, including remote
reporting of switch status points and switch operations
via a variety of protocols including DNP 3.0, as well as
data logging capability.
• Faceplate with liquid-crystal display for viewing real-time
data, settings, and fault events. Plus touch switches,
operation and diagnostic indicating lamps, and USB local
communication port.
• High-output temperature-compensated constant-voltage
battery charger with unique battery management system,
powered by three S&C Current/Voltage Sensors. Integral load-disconnect circuitry prevents deep discharge
of batteries on loss of ac source. Alarms on loss of ac
source, battery low voltage, or charger overvoltage.
Includes intelligent, microprocessor-controlled battery
test feature.
• Rechargeable sealed-lead starved-electrolyte battery
packs.■
• Compact easy-to-install aluminum enclosure.
The Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control may optionally be furnished with the following:
• IntelliTeam® SG Automatic Restoration System.
• IntelliLink® Remote Setup Software.
• Customer-specified communication device.
The Model 6802 Control automatically records system
status every time a control operation occurs. Events can
be viewed on the display or uploaded to a personal computer; 64 events are stored in memory.
■The condition of the batteries may affect the ability to transfer or
communicate.
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Sensors
All sensors are of molded S&C Cypoxy construction
and serve as support insulators for the switch live parts,
thereby eliminating the cost, clutter, and complexity associated with separately mounted sensors. Sensing options
include three-phase voltage sensing on the jaw side of
switch, and three-phase voltage sensing on both sides of
the switch. Refer to “Optional Features” table on page 13.
Equipment/Services Packages
Complete equipment/services packages are available for
three- through twelve-member Scada-Mate Switch teams,
as listed in the table on page 15. Each team member
includes a Model 6801 Automatic Switch Control with
IntelliTeam SG Automatic Restoration System and an S&C
SpeedNet™ Radio or IntelliCom® DA Mesh Radio. One
SpeedNet Repeater Radio or IntelliCom WAN Mesh Radio
is also included with the team. Each package includes the
following services:
•• A communication site survey.
•• IntelliTeam SG factory acceptance testing.
•• IntelliTeam SG training.
•• IntelliTeam SG commissioning.
Services-Only Packages
Services-only packages are also available for Scada-Mate
Switches, as listed in the table on page 16. Offerings
include:
•• Communication site surveys.
•• IntelliTeam SG device settings determination.
•• IntelliTeam SG factory acceptance testing.
•• IntelliTeam SG training.
•• IntelliTeam SG commissioning.
•• IntelliTeam SG SCADA integration.
•• IntelliTeam SG monitoring.
•• Scada-Mate Switching System maintenance.
•• Scada-Mate Switching System project and construction
management.
Communication Site Surveys
A communication site survey is required for new
IntelliTeam SG applications and is critical to ensure
acceptable signal strength between the switches in the
team and the head-end SCADA radio, if applicable. A site
survey includes:
•• An engineering review of selected team member sites
which considers distance, topological constraints, and
other factors that can affect signal strength.
•• An on-site survey of team member sites to confirm feasibility—and, if necessary, determination of alternative
sites that will provide better signal strength.
•• A detailed report defining the GPS coordinates of all
team and repeater radios.
•• Establishment of baseline communication statistics for
monitoring communication system performance.
•• Training on installation and configuration of SpeedNet
Radios, IntelliCom Mesh Radios, or UtiliNet® Radios.
The user will need to supply a line truck and the engineer/technician responsible for the project.
The site survey ensures optimal communication when
the system is commissioned. However, building construction, relocation of lines, vegetation growth, and other factors can degrade communication over time. A subsequent
“tune-up” site survey may be desirable.
IntelliTeam SG Device Settings Determination
Appropriate device settings are essential to the successful
implementation of IntelliTeam SG. These settings must be
documented prior to factory acceptance testing and
commissioning of IntelliTeam SG.
IntelliTeam SG Factory Acceptance Testing
Factory acceptance testing ensures that all information
required for a successful IntelliTeam SG implementation is
gathered and understood prior to commissioning, and is
strongly recommended if there are any unusual system
characteristics or loading limitations. It provides
significant insight on how IntelliTeam SG will work on the
user’s system—with the user’s specific system protection
settings, available fault currents, connected loads, etc. To
perform this testing, the user must furnish the following:
•• Substation breaker data, including overcurrent pickup
levels and relay timer settings.
•• Any substation capacity limitations, conductor loading
limitations, or system operating rule limitations.
•• A written description
functionality.
of
the
desired
system
•• A single-line diagram of the circuits on which
IntelliTeam SG will be applied.
•• Completed IntelliTeam SG Settings Sheets. Determination of device settings is the customer’s responsibility,
or can be provided by S&C.
Factory acceptance testing is performed at S&C’s
IntelliLab facility in Chicago. S&C will provide a detailed
test plan. After testing has been completed, the user will
receive a CD-ROM containing the results of each simulation, which they can use for training.
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IntelliTeam SG Training
IntelliTeam SG training is conducted on-site and ensures
that user’s personnel fully understand IntelliTeam SG
functioning. Both operations and engineering sessions are
provided.
Operations training is geared to persons who will
encounter the equipment in the field, dispatch personnel,
or create switching orders. A typical agenda includes:
•• IntelliTeam SG—what it is, how it works, and examples.
•• Operation of Scada-Mate Switches and 6801 Automatic
Switch Controls in an IntelliTeam SG system.
•• Real-world examples of IntelliTeam SG operation using
IntelliTeam® Designer in Instant Replay mode.
Engineering training is geared to engineers and technicians who will configure the controls and radios. A typical
agenda includes:
•• Developing optimal SCADA settings and polling
sequence.
IntelliTeam SG Monitoring
Ongoing remote system monitoring ensures that
IntelliTeam SG operation meets agreed-upon service
levels. Requires a SpeedGate™ Radio Interface or
IntelliCom WAN Mesh Radio with a wireless telephone
modem. If wireless telephone service is not available, a
telephone modem and user-supplied telephone line must
be installed at the SpeedGate Radio Interface or IntelliCom
WAN Mesh Radio.
System monitoring allows S&C’s engineers to assist
with any required troubleshooting, update configurations,
and provide weekly “health reports” on the status of the
system. Such reports can include:
•• Team READY status.
•• A detailed look at how IntelliTeam SG works.
•• IntelliTeam SG operational status.
•• Explanation of all control settings.
•• Battery system status.
•• Software screens useful for troubleshooting.
•• Active trouble conditions or alarms.
•• Configuration of the radios.
The scope and format of the reports can be customized
to meet specific user needs.
•• Creation of a DNP lookup table.
IntelliTeam SG Commissioning
Scada-Mate Switching System Maintenance
IntelliTeam SG commissioning ensures that the ScadaMate Switches in the team have been set up correctly and
are ready to be put into service. These services include:
Scada-Mate Switching System maintenance includes
periodic field inspection and testing of the switch and
control unit on a three-year interval. Services provided for
each team member include:
•• Assistance with configuring the 6801 Automatic Switch
Controls and radios. Determination of device settings
is the customer’s responsibility, or can be provided
by S&C.
•• Visual inspection of the switch, control unit, control cable, antenna, grounding, arresters, and wiring
connections.
•• Verification of acceptable peer-to-peer communication.
•• Verification of acceptable communication with the
SCADA system.
•• Checking each Scada-Mate Switch and 6801 Automatic
Switch Control for conformance with installation
recommendations.
•• Verification that each team is capable of achieving
READY status. (Upon user request, the teams will be
disabled after verification.)
•• Verification of control unit processor operation.
•• Downloading of a full report from the control unit,
review of the data, and execution of any corrective
actions necessary.
•• Replacement of the battery.
•• Operation of the switch (if it can be bypassed or operated decoupled): locally, manually, and from SCADA.
•• Inspection of the repeater radio and replacement of its
battery.
IntelliTeam SG SCADA Integration
•• Monitoring of communication statistics and comparison against the initial baseline. Identification of recommended communication enhancements.
•• Working with the SCADA supplier.
All system maintenance is coordinated with the user’s
designee. To facilitate the inspection process and ensure
consistent and accurate reporting, S&C will work with the
designee to develop an inspection checklist and train
inspection crews on its importance and use.
If IntelliTeam SG is to communicate with a SCADA system,
integration services may be desirable. These services
include:
•• Designing and installing the communication infrastructure linking IntelliTeam SG with the user’s LAN.
•• Developing the protocol conversion necessary to
change DNP into the native language of the SCADA
master.
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Scada-Mate Switching System Project
and Construction Management
S&C’s highly trained, experienced staff will assist the user’s
automation team in the areas of project and construction
management, working closely with them to assure on-time
completion of the project. Services may include working
with the user’s contractor or crew to:
•• Ensure proper installation of the Scada-Mate Switches
and control units.
•• Supply the automation system as a complete turnkey or
Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC) project.
EXCLUSIONS: Scada-Mate Switches do not include
terminal-pad connectors. Various connectors are available
as listed in the “Connectors” table on page 9. Equipment/
services packages and services-only packages do not
include field installation or construction labor.
For non-IntelliTeam SG applications, S&C may be able
to furnish and install in the Communication and Control
Unit or Model 6801 Automatic Switch Control a customerspecified communication device other than an S&C SpeedNet™ Radio or IntelliCom® DA Mesh Radio, as indicated
in the table on page 12. S&C will need to evaluate the physical and electrical requirements of the communication
device and its performance characteristics, and conduct
qualification testing to verify its suitability for the desired
application. Refer to the nearest S&C Sales Office for
scheduling information. S&C cannot furnish or install any
communication device for which the supplier requires
S&C to offer Tier I (i.e., “help desk”) support.
Control units do not include the antenna. The antenna,
antenna support, and coaxial feedline are to be provided
by others. Propagation study, frequency selection, and
FCC license application are also to be provided by others.
APPLICATION NOTES: System voltage restrictions applicable to Communication and Control
Unit—Self-Powered, Model 6801 and Model 6802
Automatic Switch Controls, and Switch Control
Unit when powered by an S&C Voltage Sensor(s):
For adequate power to be available for the voltage
sensors, Scada-Mate Switches must be applied on effectively grounded systems at line-to-line voltages in the
ranges shown in the table below. For applications at lower
system voltages, contact your nearest S&C Sales Office.
kV, Nom., at 60 Hz① Range, kV, at 60 Hz①
Range, kV, at 50 Hz①
14.4
11.43 through 17.0
10 through 15
25
20.44 through 29
20 through 24
34.5
28.3 through 38
N/A
①Switches must be applied on effectively grounded systems at line-to-
line voltages in the range specified by the minimum and maximum voltages shown. Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office for applications on
other than effectively grounded systems.
Downed-conductor switching. Scada-Mate Switches
are capable of interrupting low-magnitude fault currents
of the type generally associated with downed overhead
conductors. As reported in the literature■, the magnitude
of a downed-conductor fault is essentially determined
by the conductivity of the return path which depends,
to a large degree, on local conditions such as soil type,
soil moisture, and the contact surface (asphalt, concrete,
etc.). There is little correlation between the available fault
current at the point of the fault and the actual fault current produced by the downed conductor, provided that
the downed conductor does not come in contact with a
metallic return path such as an adjacent phase conductor
or the circuit neutral. Downed-conductor faults are highly
resistive in nature and are typically less than 100 amperes
in magnitude.
Downed and broken conductors on a main feeder can
usually be identified by a significant reduction in the
normal load current in the affected phase at the nearest
Scada-Mate Switch on the source side of the downed conductor, and the loss of current and voltage in the affected
phase (if three-phase voltage sensing is provided) at the
next load-side Scada-Mate Switch. Downed but not broken conductors on a main feeder can usually be identified
by erratic behavior of the load current in the affected
phase at the nearest Scada-Mate Switch on the source
side of the downed conductor, and no loss of current and
voltage (if three-phase voltage sensing is provided) at the
next load-side Scada-Mate Switch. Scada-Mate Switches
are capable of switching either of these types of faults.
Application of surge arresters. Surge arresters are
recommended to protect the switches from surges beyond
their ratings. Scada-Mate Switches have provisions for
mounting six surge arresters (three on each side of the
switch).
Resistively grounded systems. Voltage sensors
must have a ground reference to work properly and the
phase-to-ground voltage on all phases should be fairly well
balanced (i.e., within 5% of each other). If the grounding
resistance is relatively low—on the order of 300 to 500
ohms—this should not be a problem since the impedance of
■ The following publications are recommended:
1. Downed Power Lines: Why They Can’t Always be Detected. A
publication of the IEEE Power Engineering Society, The Institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., New York, February
22, 1989.
2. IEEE Tutorial Course, “Detection of Downed Conductors on Utility
Distribution Systems.” Course Text No. 90EH0310-3-PWR. The
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., New York, 1989.
3. Lee, P. E., Robert E., “High Impedance Fault Detection.” Presented
to Edison Electric Institute, Transmission and Distribution Committee,
Kansas City, October 19, 1989.
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the sensor is quite high. But, it is important that the system have a mechanism for sensing and removing ground
faults fairly quickly. For example, if a wire comes down on
the Scada-Mate Switch base, the sensors will be exposed
to line-to-line voltage until the phase is opened. While this
might be okay for a short time, it could cause damage in
the course of a day or so.
Warranty of equipment/services packages is contingent
upon receipt of adequate information on the user’s distribution system, sufficiently detailed to prepare a technical
analysis. Seller is not liable if an act of nature or parties
beyond S&C’s control negatively impact performance of
equipment/services packages; for example, new construction which impedes radio communication, or changes
to the distribution system that impact protection systems,
available fault currents, or system loading characteristics.
It is also important that the Scada-Mate Switch base be
very well grounded to provide a good ground reference for
the sensors—otherwise erroneous readings could result.
And, of course, short-circuits to an ungrounded or poorly
grounded base might not clear very well, especially on a
resistance-grounded system.
How to Order a Scada-Mate Switching System
for Remote Supervisory Control Applications
SPECIAL WARRANTY PROVISIONS: The standard
warranty contained in seller’s standard conditions of sale,
as set forth in Price Sheets 150 and 181, applies to ScadaMate Switching Systems.
2. Obtain the suffix of the desired sensing option from the
table on page 11. Add this suffix to the switch catalog
number.
For equipment/services packages, seller warrants, for
a period of one year after commissioning, that the ScadaMate Switching Systems will provide automatic fault isolation and system reconfiguration per agreed-upon service
levels. The remedy shall be additional system analysis and
reconfiguration of IntelliTeam SG until the desired result
is achieved.
WARRANTY QUALIFICATIONS: The standard warranty contained in seller’s standard conditions of sale,
as set forth in Price Sheets 150 and 181, does not apply
to major components not of S&C manufacture, such as
customer-specified remote terminal units and communication devices, including hardware, software, resolution
of protocol-related matters, and notification of upgrades
or fixes for those devices.
Seller’s standard warranty does not apply to any components not of S&C manufacture that are supplied and
installed by the purchaser, nor to the ability of seller’s
equipment to work with such components.
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1. Obtain the catalog number of the switch from the table
on page 10.
3. Obtain the suffix of the desired control cable for the
switch from the table on page 11. Add this suffix to the
switch catalog number.
4. Obtain the suffix(es) of other desired optional features
for the switch from the table on page 11. Add the
suffix(es) to the switch catalog number.
5. Obtain the catalog number(s) of the connectors for the
switch from the table on page 9. Order six connectors
per switch.
6. Obtain the catalog number(s) of the desired accessories
for the switch from the table on page 14.
7. Select a control unit from the table on page 12. For
Communication and Control Units, contact your nearest
S&C Sales Office.
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
How to Order a Scada-Mate Switching System
for Automatic Source-Transfer Applications
6. Obtain the catalog number(s) of desired accessories for
the switch from the table on page 14.
1. Obtain the catalog number of the switch from the table
on page 10. Order two switches per installation.
7. Obtain the catalog number of the desired sourcetransfer control unit from the table on page 12.
2. If a Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control is specified:
three-phase voltage sensing is required on the jaw
side of each switch as a minimum. Add suffix “-E3”
or “-E33” (for 60-hertz systems) or “-V3” or “-V33” (for
50-hertz systems) to the switch catalog number per the
table on page 11.
8. Obtain the suffix(es) of desired optional features for the
source-transfer control unit from the table on page 13.
Add suffix(es) to the source-transfer control unit catalog
number.
3. Obtain the suffix of the desired control cable for the
switch from the table on page 11. Add this suffix to the
switch catalog number.
9. If a Micro-AT Source-Transfer Control is specified, an
interconnecting cable is required between the control
and the junction box. Obtain the catalog number of the
desired interconnecting cable from the table on page 13.
4. Obtain the suffix(es) of other desired optional features
for the switch from the table on page 11. Add suffix(es)
to the switch catalog number.
5. Obtain the catalog number(s) of the connectors for the
switch from the table below. Order six connectors per
switch.
Connectors
Illustration
Description
Accommodating Conductor
Catalog Number
Bronze Body, Tin Plated, Single ½–13 ×2½
Galvanized Steel Bolt
No. 2 solid (33.6 mm2) through 500 kc mil
(335 mm2) stranded copper or aluminum
4740R1▲
Aluminum-Alloy Body, Tin Plated, Two ½ –13 × 2¾
Galvanized Steel Bolts
No. 2 solid (33.6 mm2) through 500 kc mil
(335 mm2) stranded copper or aluminum
4741R2▲
Provision only for compression connectors. Includes
two ½ –13 × 2 galvanized steel bolts
4581▲
▲ Connector suitable for hot-line tool handling.
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 9
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
S&C Scada-Mate Switches
Rating①
Amperes, RMS
kV②
Mounting
Configuration
Upright⑧⑨
Upright⑧⑨
(Extra Mounting-Pole
Clearance)
BIL
Cont.③
and
Interr.④
Mom.,
Asym.⑤
Five-Time DutyCycle Fault Closing,
Amperes, RMS,
Asymmetrical⑥
Catalog
Number⑦
Nom.
Max
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
148112R2
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
148113R2
34.5
38
200
600
25 000
20 000
148114R2
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
148212R2
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
148213R2
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
148312R2-H
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
148313R2-H
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
148412R2
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
148413R2
34.5
38
200
600
25 000
20 000
148414R2
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
148512R2
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
148513R2
34.5
38
200
600
25 000
20 000
148514R2
Page Reference
for Dimensional
Information
17
17
Vertical⑨⑩
18
Tiered-Outboard⑧⑨
19
Pole-Top⑧⑨
①Ratings listed apply to switches with voltage sensor(s) for use on
60-Hz systems. Switches furnished with voltage sensor(s) for use on
50-Hz systems—see “Optional Features” table on page 11—have ratings
as listed below:
60-Hz Rating,
kV, Nom.
14.4
25
50-Hz Ratings
Min.
kV
Max
BIL
Amperes, RMS,
Cont. and Interr.
10
20
15
24
110
150
630
630
②
Switches
20
⑤The 1-second rating is 16,000 amperes RMS, symmetrical.
⑥The duty-cycle fault-closing rating defines the ability to close the
switch the specified number of times against a three-phase fault with
asymmetrical current in at least one phase equal to the listed value,
with the switch remaining operable and able to carry and interrupt rated
continuous current.
⑦Catalog numbers shown include switch with stored-energy operating
mechanism, three-phase current sensing, single-phase voltage sensing,
and a 35-foot (10.7-m) shielded control cable. A control unit must be
specified separately. Refer to the “Control Units” table on page 12.
furnished with Communication and Control Unit—
Self-Powered, Model 6801 or Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control,
or Switch Control Unit, when powered by S&C Voltage Sensor(s),
are restricted to applications at certain system voltages. Refer to
“APPLICATION NOTES” on page 7.
⑧Maximum dead-end loading: 2000 pounds (900 kg) per conductor
③Scada-Mate Switches can carry up to 900 amperes indefinitely in
30 lbs. perpendicular to the terminal pad per IEEE Standard ANSI
C37.32-1996 Section 8.8.2.2.
ambient temperatures to 40°C with a minimum wind velocity of two
feet per second. Maximum allowable conductor temperature is 90°C.
Switches can endure 1000 operations of loop-current switching at 900
amperes.
④For line or cable dropping, the following maximum conductor miles
apply: line dropping to 50 miles (80.45 km) of line; cable dropping to
12 miles (19.31 km) of 1/0 cable or 5 miles (8.05 km) of 1000 kc mil cable,
or equivalent.
10 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
where pull-off forces are applied to only one side of the switch; 8000
pounds (3600 kg) per conductor where equal pull-off forces are applied
to both sides of the switch.
⑨The loading from the jumpers shall not exceed 90 lbs. in-line and
⑩
Operating mechanism furnished on vertical mounting configura-
tion switches does not permit non-electrical mechanical closing of
interrupters.
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Optional Features
Suffix to
be Added
to Catalog
Number
Item
Wildlife Protection
-A1▲
Shielded Control Cable in Liquid-Tight Flexible Metal-Wiring Conduit
25-foot (7.6-m) length
35-foot (10.7-m) length
45-foot (13.7-m) length
75-foot (22.8-m) length
100-foot (30.4-m) length
-G25
-G35
-G45
-G75
-G100
High-Speed Operating Mechanism①②
-H
Three-Phase Voltage Sensing on Jaw Side of Switch④
For Switches
Voltage Sensors for
use on 60-Hz
Systems③
Three-Phase Voltage Sensing on Both Jaw Side
and Hinge Side of Switch④
Single-Phase Voltage Sensing on Jaw Side of Switch④
Voltage Sensor(s) for
use on 50-Hz Systems
Three-Phase Voltage Sensing on Jaw Side of Switch④
Three-Phase Voltage Sensing on Both Jaw Side
and Hinge Side of Switch④
For SwitchControl Unit
14.4 kV
-E3
25 kV
-E3
34.5 kV
-E3
14.4 kV
-E33
25 kV
-E33
34.5 kV
-E33
15 kV
-V1
24 kV
-V1
15 kV
-V3
24 kV
-V3
15 kV
-V33
24 kV
-V33
Interrupter Open/Closed Indicator on Both Ends of Switch Base⑤
-F1
Extension-Link Assemblies (set of six) for switches in all mounting configurations except vertical⑥
-L
Burdens for 69-Vac Voltage Sensing Output⑦
-B1
①Provides 6-cycle (100-millisecond) operating time; does not permit
⑤Applicable only to switches in the upright, upright with extra mounting-
②Standard for vertical mounting configuration. Standard on upright,
⑥Extension-link assemblies are 16 inches (406 mms) in length for
③All Scada-Mate Switches include single-phase voltage sensing on jaw
⑦All control units include burdens for 5-Vac voltage sensing output as
④Three-phase voltage sensing is required for switches furnished with
▲ For use only when the connectors listed on page 9 are specified.
non-electrical mechanical closing of the interrupters. Operating mechanism normally furnished provides 30-cycle (500-millisecond) operating
time.
tiered-outboard, and pole-top mounted switches shipped before May
2000.
side of switch, for use on 60-Hz systems, as standard.
Model 6801 Automatic Switch Control if control power is to be furnished
by the sensors.
pole clearance, vertical, and pole-top configurations. As standard, these
switches include an interrupter open/closed indicator on the right end of
the base, as viewed from the mechanism side of the switch.
14.4-kV and 25-kV switches, and 24 inches (610 mms) in length for
34.5-kV switches.
standard.
Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office for use with other connectors.
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 11
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Control Units—For Remote Supervisory Control Applications
Item
Catalog Number
Net Wt., Lbs. (kg)
Communication and Control Unit—Externally Powered. Powered by customer-supplied 120-Vac source.
Includes customer-specified remote terminal and communication device; switch control with open/close
push buttons, switch-position indicating lamps, disconnect closed-and latched indicating lamp, local/
remote switch, and operational counter; high-output battery charger; and battery packs
★
130 (59)
Communication and Control Unit—Self Powered. Powered by S&C Voltage Sensor. Includes customerspecified remote terminal unit and communication device; switch control with open/close push buttons,
switch-position indicating lamps, disconnect closed-and-latched indicating lamp, local/remote switch, and
operation counter; battery charger; and battery packs①②
★
134 (60)
Model 6801 Automatic Switch Control. Powered by S&C Voltage Sensors or customer-supplied 120-Vac
source. Provides sophisticated RTU functionality. Includes customer-specified communication device;
faceplate with liquid-crystal display, touch switches, operation and diagnostic indicating lamps, and USB
local communication port; high-output battery charger; and battery packs. Upgradeable to IntelliTeam SG
Automatic Restoration System
★
58 (26)
54411R1
95 (43)
Switch Control Unit. Powered by S&C Voltage Sensor or customer-supplied 120-Vac source. Includes
switch control with open/close push buttons, switch-position indicating lamps, disconnect closed-andlatched indicating lamp, local/remote switch, and operation counter; battery charger; battery packs;
terminal strip for external inputs, sensor outputs and remote switch position indication; and surge
protector③
①Battery charger is factory-calibrated to accommodate the loads in
the communication and control unit at the time of shipment. If loads are
subsequently added, the charging output of the battery should be recalibrated to optimize battery life. Refer to the “Accessories” table on page 14
for recalibration instructions.
②The Communication and Control Unit—Self Powered is not recom-
mended for use with a 5-watt transceiver. The limited power output of the
battery charger puts the batteries into a cyclic loading condition, which
may reduce battery life by up to 50%. The Communication and Control
Unit—Externally-Powered is recommended if a 5-watt transceiver is the
desired communication device.
③The battery charger and battery packs furnished are intended to pro-
vide power for the switch only and not for customer-supplied communication and control equipment.
★ Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office.
Control Units—For Automatic Source-Transfer Applications
Item
Catalog Number
Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control. Powered by S&C Voltage Sensors. Provides sophisticated RTU functionality. Includes
faceplate with liquid-crystal display, touch switches, operation and diagnostic indicating lamps, and USB local communication
port; high-output battery charger; and battery packs. Upgradeable to full IntelliTeam SG functionality
▲
▲ Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office for availability.
12 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Optional Features—For Source-Transfer Control Units
Applicable to
Control Unit
Item
Suffix to be
Added to
Control Unit
Catalog Number
Overcurrent Lockout. Prevents automatic-transfer operation that would close a switch into a fault. Includes
facilities for external reset
-Y21
Remote Indication. Includes provisions for remote monitoring of presence or absence of source voltages,
manual or automatic operating mode, status of the “ready” indicator, “event” indicator, and (if furnished)
overcurrent lockout
-Y4
Test Panel. Permits the use of an external, adjustable three-phase source to verify, through independent
measurement, the response of the control to loss-of-source, phase-unbalance, and overcurrent-lockout
conditions
Supervisory Control. Includes facilities for switch operation from a remote location
Micro-AT
Source-Transfer
Control
-Y5
-Y6
Communications Card. Permits local uploading of “events” and settings from the Micro-AT Control to a userfurnished personal computer, as well as downloading of the user’s standard operating parameter①
-Y8
Pole Mounting Bracket with Hardware
-P1
RTU and Communication Device for SCADA Application
▲
IntelliTeam SG Automatic Restoration System
Model 6802
Automatic
Switch Control
WinMon Graphical User Interface
User-Specified Communication Device
①Requires Micro-AT Communication Cable Catalog Number TA-2320 or
TA-2321. See “Accessories” table on page 14.
▲
▲ Contact your nearest S&C Sales Office for availability.
Special Optional Features
Suffix to be
Added to
Catalog Number
Item
For Switches
For Control Unit
Catalog Number
54411R1
Reversed-Color Interrupter Position Indicator.① Special Optional Feature “-M2” must be specified on the
control unit, if applicable
-F2
Reversed-Color Interrupter Position Indicators on Both Ends of Switch Base.①② Special Optional Feature
“-M2” must be specified on the control unit, if applicable
-F3
Reversed-Color Interrupter Position Indicating Lamps.① Special Optional Feature “-F2” or “-F3” must
be specified on the Scada-Mate Switch. (For 6800 Series Switch Controls specify Special Optional
Feature “-L1”)
-M2
①Reversed-color interrupter position indicators and position indicating
lamps (green for “closed,” “red” for “open”) are available only in instances
where the user is a Canadian utility requiring this color scheme. These
special optional features are not available to any other customers.
②Not available on switches in the tiered-outboard mounting configura-
tion. These switches are equipped with one indicator, on the bottom of the
switch.
Interconnecting Cables—For Micro-AT Source-Transfer Controls
Item
Catalog Number
50-foot (15.2-m) length
SDA-2775-50
100-foot (30.4-m) length
SDA-2775-100
150-foot (45.7-m) length
SDA-2775-150
200-foot (60.9-m) length
SDA-2775-200
250-foot (76.2-m) length
SDA-2775-250
300-foot (91.4-m) length
SDA-2775-300
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 13
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Accessories
Item
Catalog Number
Shielded Control Cable Connector Cover. Protects connector at the control-unit end of cable if control unit is
disconnected. Includes sensor shorting blocks
SDA-2456
Detailed Hardware Manual for Switch Control Unit. Includes schematic diagrams, circuit-board layouts, parts lists, benchcheck procedures, and operating descriptions for the switch control and battery charger
RD-3585
Battery Charger Recalibration Procedure. Includes detailed instructions for calibrating charging voltage to optimize
battery life
RD-3808
Micro-AT Communication Cable. For connecting optional communications card to userfurnished personal computer. Includes Matlink communication software
For personal computers
having 25-pin serial
communication port
TA-2320
For personal computers
having 9-pin serial
communication port
TA-2321
Static-Dissipative Surface
Item
Catalog Number
3M 8501 Portable Static-Dissipative Field Service Kit. Includes a static-dissipative work mat and a ground cord assembly
with wrist strap, for connecting the mat—along with the person changing out the component—to the same ground point
9931-218
Spare or Replacement Control Cables
Item
Number of Connector Pins
At Switch End of Cable
24
At Control End of Cable
24
■ If Catalog Number Suffix “-E33” or “-V33” is specified, the maximum
control cable length is 45 feet. If greater control cable length is required,
refer to your nearest S&C Sales Office for availability.
14 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
Length, Feet
Control Cable With
Liquid-Tight Flexible
Metal Conduit
Catalog Number
25
SDA-2338-25
35
SDA-2338-35
45
SDA-2338-45
  75 ■
SDA-2779-75
100 ■
SDA-2779-100
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Scada-Mate Switching System/Services Packages
Item
Three-Member Team
14.4-kV Scada-Mate Switching System/Services Packages
Includes Upright Mounting Configuration Scada-Mate Switches Catalog Number 148112R2-G35E3 or Pole-Top
Mounting Configuration Scada-Mate Switches Catalog Number 148512R2-G35E3, With 35-Foot Shielded Liquid-Tight
Control Cable and Three-Phase 60-Hz Voltage Sensing on Jaw Side of Switch.
Each switch includes 6801 Automatic Switch Control Catalog Number 6801-F01H9JB1K1P0R80R98S3W2XRxxXS3 or
6801-F01H9JB1K1P0R201R98S3W2XRxxXS3 and Remote Antenna Kit Catalog Number 903-002132-03. One
SpeedNet Extension Arm-Mounted Repeater Radio or IntelliCom WAN Mesh Radio is also included.
Services furnished include communication site survey, IntelliTeam SG factory acceptance testing, IntelliTeam SG
training, and IntelliTeam SG commissioning
Four-Member Team
Five-Member Team
Six-Member Team
Seven-Member Team
Eight-Member Team
Nine-Member Team
Ten-Member Team
Eleven-Member Team
Twelve-Member Team
Three-Member Team
25-kV Scada-Mate Switching System/Services Packages
Includes Upright Mounting Configuration Scada-Mate Switches Catalog Number 148113R2-G35E3 or Pole-Top
Mounting Configuration Scada-Mate Switches Catalog Number 148513R2-G35E3, With 35-Foot Shielded Liquid-Tight
Control Cable and Three-Phase 60-Hz Voltage Sensing on Jaw Side of Switch.
Four-Member Team
Each switch includes 6801 Automatic Switch Control Catalog Number 6801-F01H9JB1K1P0R80R98S3W2XRxxXS3 or
6801-F01H9JB1K1P0R201R98S3W2XRxxXS3 and Remote Antenna Kit Catalog Number 903-002132-03. One
SpeedNet Extension Arm-Mounted Repeater Radio or IntelliCom WAN Mesh Radio is also included.
Six-Member Team
Services furnished include communication site survey, IntelliTeam SG factory acceptance testing, IntelliTeam SG
training, and IntelliTeam SG commissioning
Five-Member Team
Seven-Member Team
Eight-Member Team
Nine-Member Team
Ten-Member Team
Eleven-Member Team
Twelve-Member Team
Three-Member Team
34.5-kV Scada-Mate Switching System/Services Packages
Includes Upright Mounting Configuration Scada-Mate Switches Catalog Number 148114R2-G35E3 or Pole-Top
Mounting Configuration Scada-Mate Switches Catalog Number 148514R2-G35E3, With 35-Foot Shielded Liquid-Tight
Control Cable and Three-Phase 60-Hz Voltage Sensing on Jaw Side of Switch.
Four-Member Team
Each switch includes 6801 Automatic Switch Control Catalog Number 6801-F01H9JB1K1P0R80R98S3W2XRxxXS3 or
6801-F01H9JB1K1P0R201R98S3W2XRxxXS3 and Remote Antenna Kit Catalog Number 903-002132-03. One
SpeedNet Extension Arm-Mounted Repeater Radio IntelliCom WAN Mesh Radio is also included.
Six-Member Team
Services furnished include communication site survey, IntelliTeam SG factory acceptance testing, IntelliTeam SG
training, and IntelliTeam SG commissioning
Five-Member Team
Seven-Member Team
Eight-Member Team
Nine-Member Team
Ten-Member Team
Eleven-Member Team
Twelve-Member Team
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 15
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Scada-Mate Switching System Services Packages
Item
Catalog Number
Communication Site Survey. Field testing to confirm that user-proposed Scada-Mate Switch locations will provide
acceptable communication between team members and head-end SCADA radio, if applicable. User should make
available their engineer/technician responsible for the project
AS100
IntelliTeam SG Device Settings Determination. Determination of these settings is essential to the successful
implementation of IntelliTeam SG, and must be documented prior to factory acceptance testing and commissioning
AS109
IntelliTeam SG Factory Acceptance Testing. Factory testing ensures that all information required for successful
IntelliTeam SG implementation is gathered and understood prior to commissioning. Provides insight on how
IntelliTeam SG will work on the user’s system. User must travel to Chicago to witness the testing
AS104
IntelliTeam SG Training. On-site training on functioning of IntelliTeam SG. Includes operations and engineering
training sessions
AS101
IntelliTeam SG Commissioning. Ensures that Scada-Mate Switches have been set up correctly and IntelliTeam
SG is ready to be put into service
AS102
IntelliTeam SG SCADA Integration. Includes review of user’s SCADA system, development of DNP points lists,
coordination with the user’s SCADA supplier, and review of SCADA database
AS103
IntelliTeam SG Monitoring. Ongoing remote monitoring ensures that IntelliTeam SG operation meets agreed-upon
service levels. Minimum monitoring period is six months
AS105
Scada-Mate Switching System Maintenance. Includes inspection, testing, and battery replacement on a
three-year interval
AS106
Scada-Mate Switching System Project and Construction Management. Includes Scada-Mate Switch
installation, construction oversight, and EPC projects
AS107
16 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Scada-Mate Switch—Upright Mounting Configuration
Dimensions in inches (mm)
U
L
5³⁄₈
(137)
C
H
24
(610)
D
5¹⁄₄
6¹⁄₈
(133) (156)
⁵⁄₈
⁵⁄₈
(16)
(16)
3¹⁄₈
(79)
1³⁄₄
(44)
K
2 (51)
3¹⁄₈
(79)
1³⁄₄
(44)
1³⁄₄
(44)
Q
J
M
R
N
P
320 (8636)
MAX
CONTROL UNIT
(SEE PAGES 21
THROUGH 23)
³⁄₄ (19)
2 (51)
 2 (51)
14
(356)
1 (25)
³⁄₄ (19)
POLE SADDLE DETAIL
120 (3048) MIN.
RECOMMENDED
▲ Applicable to switches supplied with 35-foot (10.7-m) control cable.
Rating
Mounting
Configuration
Upright
⑦⑧
Five-Time
Duty-Cycle
Catalog
FaultNumber⑥
Cont.②
Mom,
Closing,
and
Asym.④ Amps RMS
Interr.③
Asym.⑤
Nom.
Max
BIL
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
34.5
38
200
600
25 000
20 000
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
Upright
14.4
Extra
MountingPole
Clearance 25
⑦⑧
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Amperes, RMS
kV①
C
D
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
Q
R
U
Net Wt.,
Switch
Assem.,
Lbs.
(kg)
99
34
15
29
18⅝ 15⅜ 11¼ 20⅛ 21½ 16⅛ 26¼
44
(2515) (864) (381) (737) (473) (391) (286) (511) (546) (410) (667) (1118)
99
34
15
33¾ 19⅜ 16⅛ 15¾ 24⅝
26
21
31⅛
44
148113R2
(2515) (864) (381) (857) (492) (410) (400) (625) (660) (533) (791) (1118)
124
45
24
38⅞ 26⅛ 22⅞ 19¾ 30¼ 31⅝ 24¼ 36⅛
49
148114R2
(3150) (1143) (610) (987) (664) (581) (502) (768) (797) (616) (918) (1245)
415
(189)
465
(211)
590
(268)
148212R2
105
34
24
29
18⅝ 15⅜ 11¼ 20⅛ 21½ 16⅛ 26¼
41
(2667) (864) (610) (737) (473) (391) (286) (511) (546) (410) (667) (1041)
465
(211)
148213R2
105
34
24
33¾ 19⅜ 16⅛ 15¾ 24⅝
26
21
31⅛
41
(2667) (864) (610) (857) (492) (410) (400) (625) (660) (533) (791) (1041)
515
(234)
148112R2
①Switches furnished with Communication and Control Unit—Self-Powered,
Model 6801 or Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control, or Switch Control Unit,
when powered by S&C Voltage Sensor(s), are restricted to applications at
certain system voltages. Refer to “APPLICATION NOTES” on page 7.
②Scada-Mate Switches can carry up to 900 amperes indefinitely in ambient
temperatures to 40°C with a minimum wind velocity of two feet per second.
Maximum allowable conductor temperature is 90°C. Switches can endure 1000
operations of loop-current switching at 900 amperes.
③For line or cable dropping, the following maximum conductor miles apply:
line dropping to 50 miles (80.45 km) of line; cable dropping to 12 miles (19.31
km) of 1/0 cable or 5 miles (8.045 km) of 1000 kc mil cable, or equivalent.
④The 1-second rating is 16,000 amperes RMS, symmetrical.
⑤The duty-cycle fault-closing rating defines the ability to close the switch the
specified number of times against a three-phase fault with asymmetrical cur-
rent in at least one phase equal to the listed value, with the switch remaining
operable and able to carry and interrupt rated continuous current.
⑥Catalog numbers shown include switch with stored-energy operating
mechanism, three-phase current sensing, single-phase voltage sensing, and
a 35-foot (10.7-m) shielded control cable. A control unit must be specified
separately. Refer to the “Control Units” tables on page 12.
⑦Maximum dead-end loading: 2000 pounds (900 kg) per conductor where
pull-off forces are applied to only one side of the switch; 8000 lbs. (3600 kg) per
conductor where equal pull-off forces are applied to both sides of the switch.
⑧The loading from the jumpers shall not exceed 90 lbs. in-line and 30 lbs.
perpendicular to the terminal pad per IEEE Standard ANSI C37.32-1996
Section 8.8.2.2.
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 17
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Scada-Mate Switch—Vertical Mounting Configuration
Dimensions in inches (mm)
45
(1143)
3
(76)
1³⁄₄
(44)
96
(2438)
45
(1143)
1³⁄₄
(44)
M
3¹⁄₈
6¹⁄₈
(79)
(156)
N
⁵⁄₈
(16)
K
⁵⁄₈
(16)
3¹⁄₈
(79)
10¹⁄₈
(257)
32
(813)
L
5¹⁄₄
(133)
3¹⁄₈
(79) 1³⁄₄ (44)
Q
2 (51)
2 (51)
³⁄₄ (19)
 2 (51)
320 (8636)
MAX
P
CONTROL UNIT
(SEE PAGES 21
THROUGH 23)
14
(356)
1 (25)
³⁄₄ (19)
120 (3048) MIN.
RECOMMENDED
POLE SADDLE DETAIL
▲ Applicable to switches supplied with optional 35-foot (10.7-m) control cable.
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Rating
Mounting
Configuration
Vertical
⑦⑧
Amperes, RMS
kV①
Nom.
Max
BIL
Cont.②
and
Interr③
Mom,
Asym.④
Five-Time
Duty-Cycle FaultClosing, Amps
RMS Asym.⑤
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
①Switches furnished with Communication and Control Unit—Self-Powered,
Model 6801 or Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control, or Switch Control Unit,
when powered by S&C Voltage Sensor(s), are restricted to applications at
certain system voltages. Refer to “APPLICATION NOTES” on page 7.
②Scada-Mate Switches can carry up to 900 amperes indefinitely in ambient
temperatures to 40°C with a minimum wind velocity of two feet per second.
Maximum allowable conductor temperature is 90°C. Switches can endure 1000
operations of loop-current switching at 900 amperes.
③For line or cable dropping, the following maximum conductor miles apply:
line dropping to 50 miles (80.45 km) of line; cable dropping to 12 miles (19.31
km) of 1/0 cable or 5 miles (8.045 km) of 1000 kc mil cable, or equivalent.
④The 1-second rating is 16,000 amperes RMS, symmetrical.
⑤The duty-cycle fault-closing rating defines the ability to close the switch
the specified number of times against a three-phase fault with asymmetrical
18 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
Catalog
Number⑥
Net Wt.,
Switch
Assem.,
Lbs. (kg)
K
L
M
N
P
Q
148312R2-H
18⅝
(473)
15⅜
(391)
11¼
(286)
18⅜
(467)
25⅞
(657)
16⅛
(410)
435
(198)
148313R2-H
19⅜
(492)
16⅛
(410)
15¾
(400)
22⅞
(581)
30¾
(781)
21
(533)
485
(220)
current in at least one phase equal to the listed value, with the switch remaining operable and able to carry and interrupt rated continuous current.
⑥Catalog numbers shown include switch with stored-energy operating
mechanism, three-phase current sensing, single-phase voltage sensing, and
a 35-foot (10.7-m) shielded control cable. A control unit must be specified
separately. Refer to the “Control Units” tables on page 12.
⑦Maximum dead-end loading: 2000 pounds (900 kg) per conductor where
pull-off forces are applied to only one side of the switch; 8000 lbs. (3600 kg) per
conductor where equal pull-off forces are applied to both sides of the switch.
⑧The loading from the jumpers shall not exceed 90 lbs. in-line and 30 lbs.
perpendicular to the terminal pad per IEEE Standard ANSI C37.32-1996
Section 8.8.2.2.
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Scada-Mate Switch—Tiered-Outboard Mounting Configuration
5¹⁄₂
(140)
A
A
Dimensions in inches (mm)
7¹⁄₂
(191)
VIEW A-A
U
7⁷⁄₈
(200)
9¹⁄₈
(232)
M
Q
5¹⁄₄
(133)
2
(51)
6¹⁄₈
(156)
3¹⁄₈
(79)
K
1³⁄₄
(44)
⁵⁄₈
(16)
C
3¹⁄₈
(79)
U
1³⁄₄
(44)
⁵⁄₈
(16)
7¹⁄₂
(191)
1³⁄₄
(44)
15
(381)
390 (9906)
MAX
5³⁄₈
(137)
▲ Applicable to switches supplied with optional 35-foot
(10.7-m) control cable.
CONTROL UNIT
(SEE PAGES 21
THROUGH 23)
120 (3048) MIN.
RECOMMENDED
Rating
Mounting
Configuration
TieredOutboard
⑦⑧
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Amperes, RMS
kV①
Nom.
Max
BIL
Cont.②
and
Interr.③
Mom,
Asym.④
Five-Time
Duty-Cycle FaultClosing, Amps
RMS Asym.⑤
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
25
29
150
600
25 000
34.5
38
200
600
25 000
Catalog
Number⑥
Net Wt.,
Switch
Assem.,
Lbs. (kg)
C
K
L
M
Q
U
148412R2
96
(2438)
18⅝
(473)
15⅜
(391)
11¼
(286)
16⅛
(410)
33
(838)
470
(214)
20 000
148413R2
120
(3048)
19⅜
(492)
16⅛
(410)
15¾
(400)
21
(533)
45
(1143)
520
(236)
20 000
148414R2
120
(3048)
26⅛
(664)
22⅞
(581)
19¾
(502)
24¼
(616)
45
(1143)
596
(270)
①Switches furnished with Communication and Control Unit—Self-Powered,
Model 6801 or Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control, or Switch Control Unit,
when powered by S&C Voltage Sensor(s), are restricted to applications at
certain system voltages. Refer to “APPLICATION NOTES” on page 7.
②Scada-Mate Switches can carry up to 900 amperes indefinitely in ambient
temperatures to 40°C with a minimum wind velocity of two feet per second.
Maximum allowable conductor temperature is 90°C. Switches can endure 1000
operations of loop-current switching at 900 amperes.
③For line or cable dropping, the following maximum conductor miles apply:
line dropping to 50 miles (80.45 km) of line; cable dropping to 12 miles (19.31
km) of 1/0 cable or 5 miles (8.045 km) of 1000 kc mil cable, or equivalent.
④The 1-second rating is 16,000 amperes RMS, symmetrical.
⑤The duty-cycle fault-closing rating defines the ability to close the switch the
specified number of times against a three-phase fault with asymmetrical current in at least one phase equal to the listed value, with the switch remaining
operable and able to carry and interrupt rated continuous current.
⑥Catalog numbers shown include switch with stored-energy operating
mechanism, three-phase current sensing, single-phase voltage sensing, and
a 35-foot (10.7-m) shielded control cable. A control unit must be specified
separately. Refer to the “Control Units” tables on page 12.
⑦Maximum dead-end loading: 2000 pounds (900 kg) per conductor where
pull-off forces are applied to only one side of the switch; 8000 lbs. (3600 kg) per
conductor where equal pull-off forces are applied to both sides of the switch.
⑧The loading from the jumpers shall not exceed 90 lbs. in-line and 30 lbs.
perpendicular to the terminal pad per IEEE Standard ANSI C37.32-1996
Section 8.8.2.2.
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 19
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Scada-Mate Switch—Pole-Top Mounting Configuration
Dimensions in inches (mm)
3
(76)
96
(2438)
45
(1143)
L
6¹⁄₈
5¹⁄₄
(133) (156)
⁵⁄₈
⁵⁄₈
(16)
(16)
3¹⁄₈
(79)
45
(1143)
27
(686)
1³⁄₄
(44)
5³⁄₈
(137)
2
(51)
1³⁄₄
(44)
K
1³⁄₄
(44)
Q
M
R
N
J
P
11⁵⁄₈ (295)
9¹⁄₈ (232)
9³⁄₄ (248)
320 (8636) MAX
CONTROL UNIT
(SEE PAGES 21
THROUGH 23)
▲ Applicable to switches supplied
120 (3048) MIN.
RECOMMENDED
with optional 35-foot (10.7-m)
control cable.
Rating
Mounting
Configuration
Pole-Top
⑦⑧
Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Amperes, RMS
kV①
Five-Time
Duty-Cycle
Fault-Closing,
Mom,
Amps RMS
Asym.④
Asym.⑤
Catalog
Number⑥
Nom.
Max
BIL
Cont.②
and
Interr.③
14.4
17.0
110
600
25 000
20 000
148512R2
25
29
150
600
25 000
20 000
34.5
38
200
600
25 000
20 000
①Switches furnished with Communication and Control Unit—Self-Powered,
Model 6801 or Model 6802 Automatic Switch Control, or Switch Control Unit,
when powered by S&C Voltage Sensor(s), are restricted to applications at
certain system voltages. Refer to “APPLICATION NOTES” on page 7.
②Scada-Mate Switches can carry up to 900 amperes indefinitely in ambient
temperatures to 40°C with a minimum wind velocity of two feet per second.
Maximum allowable conductor temperature is 90°C. Switches can endure 1000
operations of loop-current switching at 900 amperes.
③For line or cable dropping, the following maximum conductor miles apply:
line dropping to 50 miles (80.45 km) of line; cable dropping to 12 miles
(19.31 km) of 1/0 cable or 5 miles (8.045 km) of 1000 kc mil cable, or equivalent.
④The 1-second rating is 16,000 amperes RMS, symmetrical.
⑤The duty-cycle fault-closing rating defines the ability to close the switch the
specified number of times against a three-phase fault with asymmetrical current in at least one phase equal to the listed value, with the switch remaining
operable and able to carry and interrupt rated continuous current.
20 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
J
K
Net Wt.,
Switch
Assem.,
Lbs. (kg)
L
M
N
P
Q
R
45¾
18⅝
(1162) (473)
15⅜
(391)
11¼
(286)
20⅛
(511)
38¼
(972)
16⅛
(410)
26¼
(667)
415
(189)
148513R2
50½
19⅜
(1283) (492)
16⅛
(410)
15¾
(400)
24⅝
42¾
21
(625) (1086) (533)
31⅛ (791)
465
(211)
148514R2
55⅝ 26⅛
(1413) (664)
22⅞
(581)
19¾
(502)
30¼
48⅜ 24¼
(768) (1235) (616)
36⅛
(918)
540
(245)
⑥Catalog numbers shown include switch with stored-energy operating
mechanism, three-phase current sensing, single-phase voltage sensing, and
a 35-foot (10.7-m) shielded control cable. A control unit must be specified
separately. Refer to the “Control Units” tables on page 12.
⑦Maximum dead-end loading: 2000 pounds (900 kg) per conductor where
pull-off forces are applied to only one side of the switch; 8000 lbs. (3600 kg) per
conductor where equal pull-off forces are applied to both sides of the switch.
⑧The loading from the jumpers shall not exceed 90 lbs. in-line and 30 lbs.
perpendicular to the terminal pad per IEEE Standard ANSI C37.32-1996
Section 8.8.2.2.
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Control Units for Remote Supervisory Control Applications
Dimensions in inches (mm)
19 (483)
17 (432)
16 (406)
R ³⁄₈ (10)
DIA. 2 (51)
2 (51)
4 (102)
41⁷⁄₈
(1064)
41⁷⁄₈
(1064)
36 (914)
HASP
OPENING
³⁄₈  ²⁵⁄₆₄
(10  10)
R ³⁄₈
(10)
3
(76)
1⁷⁄₈ (48)
6
(152)
18
(257)
1 (25)
COMMUNICATION AND CONTROL UNIT
9
(229)
16
(406)
20 (508)
9³⁄₈ (238)
SWITCH CONTROL UNIT
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 21
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Control Units for Automatic Source-Transfer Applications
Dimensions in inches (mm)
19 (483)
17 (432)
16 (406)
R ³⁄₈ (10)
DIA. 2 (51)
2 (51)
4 (102)
40
(1016)
41⁷⁄₈
(1064)
41⁷⁄₈
(1064)
36 (914)
HASP
OPENING
³⁄₈  ²⁵⁄₆₄
(10  10)
R ³⁄₈
(10)
3
(76)
1⁷⁄₈ (48)
6
(152)
20
(508)
1 (25)
ENCLOSURE FOR MICRO-AT CONTROL
9
(229)
20
(508)
20 (508)
ENCLOSURE FOR JUNCTION BOX
22 S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31
9³⁄₈ (238)
4¹⁄₂
(114)
S&C Scada-Mate® Switching System
Model 6801 and Model 6802 Automatic Switch Controls
Dimensions in inches (mm)
18
(257)
Lifting hole
Upper mounting hole
37¹⁄₂
(953)
30
26
(762) (660)
Ground lug
Lower mounting hole
FRONT VIEW OF ENCLOSURE
15¹⁄₂
(394)
30
(762)
SIDE VIEW OF ENCLOSURE ON POLE
S&C Specification Bulletin 768-31 23
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