PCS SERIES - Ashley
PCS SERIES
THREE PHASE
AC Power
Conditioner
OPERATOR MANUAL
WITH SECTIONS ON INSTALLATION & FRONT LINE SERVICE
Please read these notes carefully:
•
This manual contains information concerning the safe and proper installation and
operating procedures applicable to the PCS range of Three Phase AC Power Conditioner.
•
The manual should be read in full before attempting to use, or operate the equipment.
•
If any problems are encountered with the procedures contained within this manual then
seek assistance from Ashley-Edison or the distributor from whom you purchased the
equipment.
•
Whilst every precaution has been taken to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this
manual, Ashley-Edison assumes no responsibility and disclaims all liabilities for damages
resulting from use of this information or any error or omission.
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Table of Contents
Page
1.
1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 4
1.1
OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................. 4
1.2
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION .................................................................................. 5
1.3
VOLTAGE CONFIGURATIONS ........................................................................ 7
1.3.1
4 WIRE CONFIGURATIONS (H & LY MODELS) .................................................... 7
1.3.2
3 WIRE CONFIGURATIONS (HD & LD MODELS).................................................. 7
2.
2. SAFETY NOTE ................................................................................................ 8
2.1
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................... 8
2.2
GENERAL – INSTALLATION & USAGE.................................................................. 8
2.3
SYMBOL WARNING INFORMATION...................................................................... 9
3.
3. TRANSPORT, DELIVERY, STORAGE & UNPACKING....................... 10
3.1
TRANSPORT ......................................................................................................... 10
3.2
DELIVERY ............................................................................................................. 10
3.3
STORAGE.............................................................................................................. 10
3.4
UNPACKING .......................................................................................................... 10
4.
4. POSITIONING, VENTILATION & COOLING ......................................... 12
5.
5. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION & CABLING .......................................... 14
5.1
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 14
5.2
CABLE CONNECTIONS ................................................................................... 15
5.2.1
THREE PHASE 4 WIRE (H & LY SERIES)............................................................ 15
5.2.2
THREE PHASE 3 WIRE (HD & LD SERIES)......................................................... 16
5.2.3
CABLE COLOUR CODING.................................................................................... 16
6.
6. COMMISSIONING ....................................................................................... 17
6.1
PRE-COMMISSIONING CHECKS......................................................................... 17
6.2
COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE ......................................................................... 17
7.
7. OPERATION................................................................................................... 18
7.1
START UP PROCEDURE...................................................................................... 18
7.2
CONTROL DISPLAY PANEL – ALARMS & EVENTS ........................................... 18
7.3
SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE .................................................................................. 19
7.4
BYPASS CONTROL SWITCH ............................................................................... 19
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8.
8. OUTPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT....................................................... 20
8.1
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 20
8.2
VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ..................................................... 20
8.2.1
FOR 4 WIRE SOLUTIONS (H & LY SERIES)........................................................ 21
8.2.2
FOR 3 WIRE SOLUTIONS (HD & LD SERIES)..................................................... 21
8.3
OVER / UNDER VOLTAGE & PHASE FAILURE PROTECTION ............. 21
9.
9. MAINTENANCE & SERVICING ................................................................ 22
9.1
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................... 22
9.2
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES.......................................................... 22
9.3
RECOMMENDED SPARES................................................................................... 24
9.4
FRONT LINE TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................................... 25
10.
10. STANDARD WARRANTY ........................................................................ 26
10.1
STANDARD WARRANTY ...................................................................................... 26
10.2
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTY ............................................................................. 26
11.
11. APPENDIX .................................................................................................. 28
11.1
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION .............................................................................. 28
11.2
ENCLOSURE TYPES ............................................................................................ 29
11.3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS (4 WIRE H & LY SERIES) ....................................... 31
11.3.1 4 WIRE H & LY SERIES SOLUTIONS (STANDARD)–6~200Kva ........................ 31
11.3.2 4 WIRE H & LY SERIES SOLUTIONS (WITH OPTIONS) – 6~200Kva................. 32
11.4 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS (3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES) .......................... 33
11.4.1 3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES SOLUTIONS (STANDARD)–6~200Kva ............ 33
11.4.2 3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES SOLUTIONS (WITH OPTION)- 6~200Kva......... 34
11.4.3 3 WIRE HLD SERIES SOLUTIONS (STANDARD)- 6~200Kva ............................ 35
11.4.4 3 WIRE HLD SERIES SOLUTIONS (WITH OPTIONS)–6~200Kva...................... 36
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1
OVERVIEW
PCS Three Phase AC Power Conditioners are
designed to improve the Power Quality of the
incoming utility supply that feeds sensitive
electrical load equipment.
Delivering what is commonly referred to a
“CLEAN” supply, Ashley-Edison Power
Conditioners (also sometimes known as Line
Conditioners or Power Line Conditioners),
when compared to Ashley-Edison SES style
AC Voltage Stabilisers / Regulators, deliver an
enhanced level of power protection.
Incorporating all the features and protection
levels found in a SES Series Stabiliser,
Ashley-Edison PCS Power Conditioners also
offer, through the integration of a double
wound isolation transformer, enhanced
transient voltage surge defense and additional
common and transverse electrical noise
protection.
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1.2
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Over the last 25 years our Servo Electronic ranges have been tried, tested and extensively
proven in all corners of the world – including some of the harshest and most remote power
environments on this planet.
From the blistering heat of Arabian Desert to the sub-zero temperatures and remoteness of
the Caucasian mountains, our Servo Electronic Stabilisers and Conditioners can be found on
duty offering protection to vital equipment where the supply must never be found wanting –
not even for a single second!
Being able to accommodate an input voltage swing of in excess of 40%, whilst still delivering
accuracy on the output of 1% or better, the Servo Electronic design principle comprises a
transformer having its secondary winding connected between the mains supply and the load.
The primary voltage is automatically controlled through a servo motor driven variable
transformer, thereby ensuring a continuous, smooth and very stable output voltage.
A solid state Servo-Amplifier continuously monitors the output voltage of the stabiliser.
Should, due to an incoming voltage or load current change, the output voltage deviate from
the required value, the Amplifier sensor instructs the servo motor to rotate the brush-gear on
the variable transformer to correct the output for the deviation. The speed of detection and
actions of the servo system are exceptionally fast, with controlled motor deceleration to
minimise any possibility of overshoot.
Over the years with advances in semi-conductor, motor and digital technologies, our
development engineers have considerably enhanced the performance of the basic design
principle. Our latest Servo Electronic generation of solutions deliver the most reliable, fastest
acting, highly stable and most energy efficient operation seen in the market today.
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For details on the Technical Specification of the PCS Range of Three Phase AC
Automatic Voltage Stabilisers see Section 10.1 in the Appendix to this manual.
For General Circuit Diagrams on the PCS Three Phase AC Power Conditioners,
please refer –
•
For 4 Wire PCS Three Phase Power Conditioners – H & LY Series – see
Section 11.3 in the Appendix to this manual
•
For 3 Wire PCS Three Phase Power Conditioners – HD & LD Series – see
Section 11.4 in the Appendix to this manual.
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1.3
VOLTAGE CONFIGURATIONS
PCS Three Phase AC Power Conditioners are available as High
(H Series – International) and Low (L Series - US) voltage models.
Series
Three Phase Voltages
(Output Voltages available from)
• H Series
380 to 415V (4 & 3 Wire)
(440 & 480V to special build)
• L Series
190 to 240V (4 & 3 Wire)
Three Phase models are offered as either 4 Wire (3 Phase + Neutral) or 3 Wire
(3 Phase with NO Neutral) solutions.
1.3.1 4 WIRE CONFIGURATIONS (H & LY MODELS)
1.3.2 3 WIRE CONFIGURATIONS (HD & LD MODELS)
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2. SAFETY NOTE
2.1
INTRODUCTION
These instructions are addressed to the Installer and End User / Operator of the PCS
Series of Three Phase AC Power Conditioners. We strongly suggest you keep this
manual next to the Power Conditioner for future reference.
2.2
GENERAL – INSTALLATION & USAGE
•
Do not use the Power Conditioner for other than the intended use.
•
Do not install Power Conditioner in a backfeed circuit to the grid, input voltage
supply cannot be connected to the output of stabiliser
•
If on delivery there is evidence of visible damage, do not attempt to install or start
the Power Conditioner. Advise the transport delivery company and inform AshleyEdison, or the resale partner from whom you purchased the equipment.
•
The Power Conditioner can contain potentially dangerous voltages – up to 600 V
AC. Use extreme caution when opening the covers and do not leave the unit
unattended with the doors open or covers off.
•
Hazardous voltages can be present at the unit’s output any time AC input power
is applied. To avoid possible personal injury, or equipment damage, and to make
certain there is no output voltage, turn the unit off and disconnect the AC Input.
•
To reduce the risk of fire, or electrical shock, install the unit in an indoor area free
from conductive contaminants.
•
Do not use outdoors.
•
Do not place the unit near water or liquids, gas and combustible materials or in an
excessively humid environment where condensation is very likely to occur.
•
To reduce the risk of overheating, do not block the unit’s ventilation panels and try
to avoid positioning the unit in direct strong sunlight or close to other heat
sources.
•
Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to enter the unit.
•
The installation and use of this product must comply with all relevant current
electrical installations that are in force in the territory of installation.
•
Only qualified electrician shall install the equipment. The electrician shall install
the AC input according to the instructions contained in this manual. Standard
safety practices should be followed at all times.
•
The unit must be grounded or earthed at all times when in use.
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2.3
•
Do not operate the Bypass Control Switch (or optional inbuilt Manual Bypass
Switch, if fitted) when the Power Conditioner is supporting load, as severe
damage can be caused to the equipment and potentially the load. Load to be
switched OFF before operating bypass switches.
•
If an External Manual Bypass Switch is to be used with the unit, the bypass switch
must be installed according to the Installation Instructions supplied with the
switch. Before operating the switch the input supply should be checked for the
correct phase rotation.
SYMBOL WARNING INFORMATION
The following symbols are used through out this manual.
Danger
This symbol alerts you to important information.
Electrical Hazard
This symbol indicates an electrical hazard may be present.
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3. TRANSPORT, DELIVERY, STORAGE & UNPACKING
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
TRANSPORT
•
The Stabiliser should only be transported in an upright position.
•
Move the unit in its original packaging to its final position / location, taking due
note of the system’s centre of gravity.
•
Do not stack other packages on top of the unit.
•
If the Power Conditioner has to be lifted, use carrying belts or a forklift.
•
Do remember to check for sufficient floor and lift / elevator loading capacity.
DELIVERY
•
When delivered, check carefully the packaging integrity. Check the crate for
evidence of damage or signs of mishandling and look for indication of any
physical damage to the Power Conditioner.
•
Should any damage be observed, immediately notify the shipping agent /
transport company and inform Ashley-Edison, or the resale partner from whom
you purchased the equipment. A detailed report on any damage observed will
probably be required to support any indemnity / insurance claim.
STORAGE
•
The units are carefully packed for shipment to ensure when they are installed,
they are in a perfect condition.
•
Never leave a Power Conditioner outside and do not store the system one on top
of another.
•
Should the Power Conditioner be placed in storage prior to installation, it is
advisable to ensure the system is stored in its original packing in a dry, dust free
room and far away from any chemical substances.
UNPACKING
•
PCS Power Conditioner are despatched from the factory in purpose designed
ruggedised carton boxes or wooden crates.
•
Once on site, it is strongly recommended that the unit should be moved to its final
position whilst still in its packaging.
•
Open the shipping crate / box carefully ensuring that the Power Conditioner is not
inadvertently damaged. Special care should be taken when utilising a sharp
opening tool.
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•
Having removed the external packaging and prior to commencing installation
works, any vapour barriers and / or internal support transportation fixings should
be carefully removed.
•
If any damage, as a result of shipping is observed, immediately notify the
shipping agent / transport company and inform Ashley-Edison, or the resale
partner from whom you purchased the equipment.
•
DO NOT install the Stabiliser if there is any sign of damage.
WARNING!
DO NOT LEAVE THE POWER CONDITIONER DOOR/S OPENED FOR
LONG PERIODS OF TIME OR IN THE ABSENCE OF AUTHORISED
PERSONNEL.
ONLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL IS ALLOWED TO SERVICE THIS
EQUIPMENT.
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4. POSITIONING, VENTILATION & COOLING
•
Check for sufficient floor loading capacity before installing the Power Conditioner.
•
The unit should be installed indoors in a clean, dust-free location, which has
adequate ventilation or air-conditioning.
•
The Power Conditioner is designed to operate within an ambient temperature
range of -15 to 45°C - up to an altitude of 1000 metres. When installed in greater
ambient temperatures and / or altitudes, the maximum rating of the machine
should be derated by 2% for each additional °C, up to a max of 60°C, and 2.5% for
each additional 500 metres.
•
PCS Power Conditioners are forced air-cooled and the airflow paths should not be
obstructed.
•
The temperature of the air entering PCS unit cubicles should not be allowed to
exceed the temperatures stated above.
•
To facilitate ease of maintenance and to ensure sufficient airflow movement, it is
recommended the units are positioned :-
Enclosures with Castors
>300mm
>300mm
>300mm
>600mm
Side Opening Door
Rear
>300mm
>600mm
Front
Front View
Top View
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Non Castor Enclosures
>800mm
>1000mm
V
A
Rear
>500mm
>500mm
>500mm
>500mm
Front
Front View
Top View
•
For further information on cubicle sizing please refer to the Appendix Section 12.2 of
this manual - Enclosure Types.
•
When operational, the Power Conditioner itself will generate a certain amount of heat,
which will be blown out through the vents on the cubicle. The User should ensure that
the room where the Power Conditioner is located has sufficient adequate cooling /
ventilation facilities to remove the heat. It is imperative that the air should be able to
freely circulate through the air inlets and outlets on the Power Conditioner.
•
DO NOT put anything on top of the cabinet or restrict the flow of air to and from the
system.
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5. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION & CABLING
5.1
INTRODUCTION
•
Electrical installation of the equipment should only be carried out by a qualified
electrician following best safety practices at all times.
•
The cabling of the Power Conditioner has to be sized according to the selected
rating of the Power Conditioner.
•
The cable size selected should comply with local regulations for installation
requirements.
•
While normally all PCS Power Conditioners are fitted as standard with an input
circuit breaker, in circumstances where such protection is not incorporated, the
Installer must install suitable circuit protection.
•
When the PCS Power Conditioner is fitted with an input breaker, care must be
taken to ensure that the supply fuses/breaker is correctly sized to provide tripping
discrimination between the circuit protection devices in the event of a fault.
•
Before connecting the unit, it is essential that the mains voltage is verified and the
Stabiliser’s selected output load voltage is in accordance with local / required
requirements.
•
Check that the rating of the load shall not exceed the rating of the Power
Conditioner - as shown on the unit’s rating plate. The load current should be
measured using a true RMS reading meter.
•
To ensure safety and the optimum performance of the Stabiliser, it is imperative
that the machine is properly earthed / grounded.
•
When cutting holes for cable entry and glanding care should be taken to ensure
that no swarfs enters the unit. Block off all unused holes.
•
In situations where the supply cannot be switched off to facilitate machine
maintenance, it is recommended that a maintenance manual bypass switch is
installed. This will ensure the availability of a direct mains supply for the load whilst
the Power Conditioner is being serviced.
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5.2
CABLE CONNECTIONS
5.2.1 THREE PHASE 4 WIRE (H & LY SERIES)
• Connect the mains input supply to terminals marked INPUT (L1, L2, L3) and
NEUTRAL (N). This Neutral cable MUST be connected.
• Connect the load to terminals marked OUTPUT (L1, L2, L3, N)
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
For Three Phase 4 Wire Systems (with Neutral Connection), the
Input Neutral must be connected. Failure to connect the neutral will
cause damage to the Power Conditioner.
BLUE
GREY
BLACK
BROWN
GREEN/YELLOW
GREEN/YELLOW
BLUE
GREY
BLACK
BROWN
Connect the wiring as follows:
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5.2.2 THREE PHASE 3 WIRE (HD & LD SERIES)
• Connect the mains input supply to terminals marked INPUT (L1, L2, L3).
• Connect the load to terminals marked OUTPUT (L1, L2, L3)
GREY
BLACK
BROWN
GREEN/YELLOW
GREEN/YELLOW
GREY
BLACK
BROWN
Connect the wiring as follows:
5.2.3 CABLE COLOUR CODING
• As from 1 March 2011, Cable Colour Coding has been harmonised with IEC 60364
and CENELEC HD 60384 (incorporating the 17TH IEE Wiring Regulations – BS
7671:2008).
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6. COMMISSIONING
6.1
6.2
PRE-COMMISSIONING CHECKS
•
Make sure the input switch to the Power Conditioner is in the “OFF” position.
•
Check to ensure all the load switches are in the “OFF” position.
•
Before you switch “ON” the mains, visually inspect the Power Conditioner.
•
If dust has accumulated during installation, clean the Voltage Stabiliser thoroughly
with compressed air or with a soft brush. Should any swarf be found in the unit,
these should be removed.
•
Check the Ground connection, ensuring it is connected tightly.
•
Check all wiring connections to ensure none have worked loose during transit. As
required, tighten any loose connections.
•
Ensure that the incoming mains supply is available and check with a true RMS
meter that the voltage is in accordance with the particular Power Conditioner
technical specification
COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE
Follow the Switch On procedure as described in Section 8.1.
Having successfully commissioned the system, please take note of the commissioning
date and bear in mind that the system should be routinely maintained on an annual
basis in accordance with the procedures laid out in Section 10.2 - Routine Maintenance
& Service of this manual.
•
Adjusting the Output Voltage
The unit will have been shipped configured to deliver the output voltage as
specified by the customer at time of ordering. Should it be deemed necessary to
adjust the output voltage please refer to Section 9 – Output Voltage Adjustment in
this manual.
•
Activating the Over/Under Voltage & Phase Failure Protection Features
By default the Over / Under Voltage and Phase Failure protection features are
disabled. To activate these trip features, the switch (SW1) on the Servo Amplifier
PCB should be set before commencing commissioning of the unit to the “OFF”
position - see Servo Amplifier PCB drawing in the Section 9 of this manual.
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7. OPERATION
7.1
START UP PROCEDURE
With the Power Conditioner Powered down and the load switched “OFF” –
7.2
•
Switch the Input Circuit Breaker to the “ON” position.
•
The “OUTPUT” light on the Front Display Panel should then indicate green to show
the Power Conditioner is switched “ON”. – see Section 8.2 – Control Display
Panel.
•
After switching “ON” the Power Conditioner, the output voltage from the Power
Conditioner will rise to the pre-determined set value. The Power Conditioner
should then automatically continue to maintain the voltage at this level – in
accordance with the selected unit’s specification.
•
Turn on the load equipment. (If the Power Conditioner is fitted with an optional
Output Circuit Breaker), switched the Output Circuit Breaker to the “ON” position.
CONTROL DISPLAY PANEL – ALARMS & EVENTS
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7.3
SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
With the load equipment powered down -•
•
7.4
Switch the Input Circuit Breaker to the “OFF” position.
The “OUTPUT” light on the Front Display Panel should now be extinguished,
indicating that the Power Conditioner is switched “OFF”.
BYPASS CONTROL SWITCH
The Power Conditioner is fitted as standard with a Bypass Control Switch. This switch
allows the bypassing of the electronic control circuits. This is to enable main supply to
be fed to the load (without regulation).
WARNING!
•
The switching / operation of this switch (and that of any
optional Manual Maintenance Bypass Switch) should not be
performed while the Power Conditioner is still supporting
load.
•
Switching whilst on load could easily damage the
Power Conditioner and potentially the load equipment.
Please do not ignore the warning label by the Control Switch!!!
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8. OUTPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT
8.1
INTRODUCTION
The Power Conditioner will normally be supplied factory pre-set for the voltage
requested at time of ordering. Should the output voltage be required to be adjusted /
recalibrated this can be achieved by adjusting the settings on the Servo Amplifier PCB.
It should be noted that as a general rule for H, HD, LY & LD series models the
permissible input voltage swing is stated relative to the set output voltage.
WARNING!
Adjusting the Output Voltage should only be carried out by duly
qualified personnel.
The Power Conditioner can contain potentially dangerous and life
threatening voltages – up to 600 V AC. Use extreme caution when
opening the covers and do not leave the unit unattended with the
doors open or covers off.
8.2
VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
• Altering the output voltage on the Power Conditioner is done by adjusting a
screwdriver slotted potentiometer on the Servo Amplifier PCB (see below).
• The three pots (one per phase) are clearly marked on the board - ‘VR1’, ’VR2’,
‘VR3’.
PROTECTION DIP
SWITCH
“SW1”
LED
Indicators
‘VR1’
L1 phase
‘VR2’
L2 phase
‘VR3’
L3 phase
OUTPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT
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VR
VR1
VR2
VR3
Adjustment
Indicators
Feature
Clockwise
LED3, Hi light “ ON ”
L1 phase voltage increase
Anti-Clockwise
LED2, Low light “ ON ”
L1 phase voltage decrease
Clockwise
LED5, Hi light “ ON ”
L2 phase voltage increase
Anti-Clockwise
LED4, Low light “ ON “
L2 phase voltage decrease
Clockwise
LED7, Hi light “ ON ”
L3 phase voltage increase
Anti-Clockwise
LED6, Low light “ ON “
L3 phase voltage decrease
8.2.1 FOR 4 WIRE SOLUTIONS (H & LY SERIES)
• Measure the ‘Neutral’ to output voltage and adjust each line as required.
Example, place the first meter probe on the output ‘Neutral’ and the other meter
probe on the output ‘L1 Phase’ - adjust pot ‘VR1’, until the voltage meets the
required value.
• Continue with the other two output phases - L2 & L3 - with the first probe still on the
‘Neutral’, the other probe on the relevant output phase and adjustments being made
to relevant phase pot on the Servo Amplifier PCB.
8.2.2 FOR 3 WIRE SOLUTIONS (HD & LD SERIES)
• Measure the ‘output voltage Line to Line ie. L1 to L2 and adjust as required.
Example, place the first meter probe on the output ‘L1 Phase’ and the other meter
probe on the output ‘L2 Phase’ - adjust pot ‘VR1’, until the voltage meets the
required value.
• Continue accordingly with the other two output phases - L2 to L3 and L3 to L1 with
adjustments being made to relevant phase pot on the Servo Amplifier PCB.
8.3
OVER / UNDER VOLTAGE & PHASE FAILURE PROTECTION
• SW1 Switch on the Servo Amplifier PCB activates the Over / Under Voltage & Phase
Failure Protection features. By default these protection features are deactivated.
• With activation, should the outgoing voltage from the Stabiliser drift, other than
momentarily, by 15% or more, the Power Conditioner’s input circuit breaker will
automatically trip – thereby protecting the load.
• To minimise the possibility of nuisance tripping, this setting is set by default at 15%.
If required, the sensitivity setting can be recalibrated to 9% – please refer to the
Ashley-Edison Service Department for guidance. However, in the interest of ease
for all, it is normally recommended that the machine be supplied already precalibrated by our factory engineers for the lower setting.
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9. MAINTENANCE & SERVICING
9.1
INTRODUCTION
With extremely high reliability (MTBF >125,000 Hours), PCS Power Conditioner
require an exceptionally low level of ongoing annual (or biennial) maintenance or
servicing.
Front line servicing, maintenance and most remedial work can usually be performed by
universally available skill sets held by most competent qualified electricians.
With our strategically located dedicated teams of technical support specialists and field
service engineers, we are always on-hand to offer email or telephone technical support
and, where deemed appropriate, direct on-site assistance.
9.2
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
In order to ensure reliability and optimise the service life of the unit, we recommended
that the Power Conditioner is subject to periodic (annual or biennial) inspections and
maintenance.
WARNING!
The procedures detailed below should only be carried out by duly qualified
personnel.
The Power Conditioner can contain potentially dangerous and life
threatening voltages – up to 600 V AC. Use extreme caution when opening
the covers and do not leave the unit unattended with the doors open or
covers off.
Before attempting any maintenance it is imperative that the mains supply to the AC
Power Conditioner is switched off.
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Basic maintenance procedures should include –
Visual Inspection
Check to ensure that there are no obvious signs of
damage to any of the components in the system. Check
all wiring connections to ensure none have worked
loose. As required, tighten any loose connections. Check
the cooling fans to ensure they are rotating freely.
Cleaning
Ensure the Stabiliser is kept free from dust and dirt. Blow
out any dust or dirt ideally with compressed air or
alternatively remove with a soft brush.
Carbon Brush Inspection
Ensure that the tips on the variable transformers carbon
brushes are at least 1mm in thickness.
WARNING!
1 mm
Do not attempt to
manually force the Brush
Gear and associated
Carbon Brushes to
rotate. Rotation will
damage the Servo Motor
and associated Brush
Gear.
Output Voltage
Adjustment
If 1mm, or less, replace the carbon brush.
Ideally spare carbon brushes should be held on site – see
Section 10.3 – Recommended Spares below.
Upon repowering the machine, check the output voltage
settings. If necessary, adjust the output voltage – as described
in Section 9 – Output Voltage Adjustment in this manual.
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9.3
RECOMMENDED SPARES
Recommended On-Site Spare Parts holdings include –
Description
AE Part Ref.
Quantity
Variable Transformer Carbon Brushes
VT1~3 CB
3
Fuses
F1~4
10
M.O.V
MOV1~3
3
Fan
FAN
1
Filter Protection
FP1~3
3
Power Relays
PR1~3
1
Sensor Amplifier PCB
SA
1
Variable Transformer Module
VT1~3
1
Note: Power Relays and Fans for models rated below 15 kVA are not required.
For more detailed individual model spares listings and pricing, please contact the
Service Department at Ashley-Edison, or the resale partner from whom you purchased
the equipment.
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9.4
FRONT LINE TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
The front line remedial action procedures detailed below should only be
carried out by duly qualified personnel.
The Power Conditioner can contain potentially dangerous and life
threatening voltages – up to 600 V AC. Use extreme caution when opening
the covers and do not leave the unit unattended with the doors open or
covers off.
Suggested Checks
Remedial Action Required
If necessary, replace any blown fuses.
1.
Check all fuses, ensuring that none are
blown.
2.
Check all FP – Filter Protection / F1~F3
Fuses, ensuring that none are blown
3.
Check all MOVs, ensuring that none are
blown
4.
Inspect all wiring connections /
mechanical links to ensure none have
worked loose.
As required, tighten any loose connections
5.
Check all Cooling Fans, ensuring that all
are rotate freely.
If necessary, replace any seized or suspect noisy/faulty
fans.
6.
Check the operation of the Servo Amplifier
Card
- see Section 9 – Output Voltage
Adjustment in this manual.
Turn the output voltage setting potentiometer
to check if the Amplifier Card is working
correctly.
As you adjust the pot, the variable
transformer will rotate accordingly. When you
increase the pot, the variable transformer will
rotate in one direction and vice versa.
If no problems are encountered, do not forget
to reset the output voltage settings to the
required output voltage levels.
Replace any blown FP’s. Filter Protection are
labelled with sticker. Should sticker appear
“RED”, it is important to replace with new FP’s
together with any blown fuses, F1~F3. If
fuses F1~F3 blown, it is due to blown / faulty FP’s
and both should be replaced at same time.
Power Conditioner will not regulate if these are
not replaced.
If necessary, replace any blown MOVs.
(1) If operation does not work accordingly, switch “OFF” the
Stabiliser, switch the Bypass Control Switch to
“Bypass” mode and start up the Automatic Voltage
Stabiliser. This is a temporary measure until spares are
available for replacement.
This will allow you to have an output supply without
regulation. Even in this bypass configuration, Over /
Under Voltage and Phase Failure Protection is in
operation.
(2) Replace Servo Amplifier PCB: With the Voltage
Stabiliser powered “OFF”, replace the faulty Servo
Amplifier card and reset the Bypass Control Switch
back to “Auto” mode. Switch on the Power
Conditioner
The Power Conditioner should now be operating
satisfactorily.
(3) If after replacing PCB, the Power Conditioner is still not
working, it is highly probable the problem rests with the
servo motor.If the Servo Motor is found to be faulty,
replace the motor accordingly.
NOTE: In the event of mis-operation of the Control Bypass Switch, it is highly likely the fuses and
MOVs will blow and probably cause damage to the Servo Amplifier Card.
Should problems persist, please contact the Service Department at Ashley-Edison, or
the resale partner from whom you purchased the equipment.
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10. STANDARD WARRANTY
10.1
STANDARD WARRANTY
In purchasing an Ashley-Edison AC Power Conditioner, you are investing in a standard
of Quality which fulfils the highest of requirements.
As a sign of our trust in this Quality, we are pleased to be able to offer you truly market
leading warranty protection.
THE PCS WARRANTY
Subject to the limitations set out below,
Ashley-Edison warrants that the products will
correspond with their specification at the time
of despatch and will be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of -
3 YEARS / 36 MONTHS
from date of shipment.
10.2
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTY
•
Ashley Edison shall not be under liability in respect of any defect in the products arising
from any drawing, design or specification supplied by the customer.
•
We shall be under no liability in respect of any defect arising from fair wear and tear, wilful
damage, negligence, abnormal working conditions, failure to follow our instructions
(whether oral or in writing), misuse or alteration or repair of the products without our
approval.
•
We shall be under no liability under the warranty (or any other warranty, condition or
guarantee) if the total price for the product has not been paid by the due date for payment.
•
The stated warranty does not extend to parts, materials or equipment not manufactured by
us, in respect of which the customer shall only be entitled to the benefit of any such
warranty or guarantee as is given by the manufacturer to us.
•
Subject as expressly provided in our standard conditions and terms of sale and except
where the products are sold to a person dealing as a consumer (within the meaning of the
Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977), all warranties, conditions or other terms implied by statute
or common law are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
•
Where the products are sold under a consumer transaction (as defined by the Consumer
Transactions (Restrictions on Statements) Order 1976) the statutory rights of the customer
are not affected by these Conditions.
•
Any claim by the customer which is based on any defect in the quality or condition of the
products or their failure to correspond with specification shall (whether or not delivery is
refused by the customer) be notified to us within 4 days from the date of delivery or (where
the defect or failure was not apparent on reasonable inspection) within a reasonable time
after discovery of the defect or failure. If delivery is not refused, and the customer does not
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notify us accordingly, customer shall not be entitled to reject the products and we shall have
no liability for such defect or failure, and the customer shall be bound to pay the price as if
the products have been delivered in accordance with the Contract.
•
Where any valid claim in respect of any of the products which is based on any defect in the
quality or condition of the products or their failure to meet specification is notified to us in
accordance with these Conditions, we shall be entitled to repair or modify all defective
products free of charge provided that the products are returned to our works carriage paid.
If the customer does not wish to return the goods, they will be repaired free of charge at the
customer’s nominated premises provided that the customer reimburses us for travelling
expenses, time and out of pocket expenses. Ashley-Edison shall be entitled, at its sole
discretion, to replace the products free of charge or, refund to the customer the price of the
products (or a proportionate part of the price), but we shall have no further liability to the
customer.
•
Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by our negligence, Ashley-Edison shall
not be liable to the customer by reason of any representation, of any implied warranty,
condition or other term, or any duty at common law, or under the express terms of the
Contract, for any consequential loss or damage (whether for loss of profit or otherwise)
costs, expenses or other claims for consequential compensation whatsoever (and whether
caused by the negligence of Ashley Edison, its employees or agents or otherwise) which
arise out of or in connection with the supply of the products or other use or resale by the
customer, except as expressly provided in our standard conditions of sale.
•
Ashley Edison shall not be liable to the customer or be deemed to be in breach of the
Contract by reason of any delay in performing, or any failure to perform, any of our
obligations in relation to the products, if the delay or failure was due to any cause beyond
our reasonable control. Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, the following
shall be regarded as causes beyond our reasonable control.
-
Act of God, explosion, flood, tempest, fire or accident;
-
War or threat of war, sabotage, insurrection, civil disturbance or requisition;
-
Acts, restrictions, regulations, bye-laws, prohibitions or measures of any kind on the
part of any governmental, parliamentary or local authority;
-
Import or export regulations or embargoes;
-
Strikes, lock-outs or other industrial actions or trade disputes (whether involving
employees of Ashley-Edison or of a third party);
-
Difficulties in obtaining raw materials, labour, fuel, parts or machinery;
-
Power failure or breakdown in machinery.
For details on our full Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale please check out –
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11. APPENDIX
11.1
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Input Voltage:
See Label on the Unit
Output Voltage:
See Label on the Unit
Output Voltage Accuracy:
±1% (H & LY Series)
Frequency:
47 to 65Hz
Response Time:
<1.5ms
Correction Time:
A 10% supply variation will be corrected to within 2.5% in 0.6
seconds
Efficiency:
98%
Total Harmonic Distortion:
<1%
Soft Switch-ON:
This feature ensure that the output voltage is at its minimum
upon Switch-On before it commence full stabilisation
Power Factor:
Any lagging to 0.95 leading
Surge Ratings:
10 x max current rating for 2 second
3 x max current rating for 1 minute
2 x max current rating for 5 minutes
Surge Suppression:
Protects loads against high-energy spike and transient Voltages
Independent Phase Control:
Maintain each phase voltage irrespective of load unbalance
Environment:
Temperature range -15 to 45°C. Derate by 2% for each
additional °C up to max 60 °C. Suitable for indoor tropical use
95% RH ( non-condensing)
Construction:
Enclosures to IP20, BS EN5490/IEC60529, NEMA 1
Conformance:
BS EN50081-1;2 / IEC 61000-4-3;4
CE Conformity:
EN55022, EN50082, ENV50140-1
Standard Features:
Input Circuit Breaker
Bypass Control Switch
Over/Under Voltage Trip Protection
Phase-Failure Trip Protection
Voltmeter / Selector Switch (internal)
±1.5% (HD & LD Series)
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11.2
ENCLOSURE TYPES
ENCLOSURE NO: 331
300
590
470
550
FRONT VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
REAR VIEW
ENCLOSURE NO: 332
380
780
570
670
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
ENCLOSURE NO: 333
490
990
V
700
800
L1
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
L2
L3
N
L1
L2
L3
N
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
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ENCLOSURE NO: 334
ENCLOSURE NO: 335
1000
580
1200
1300
100
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
LEFT VIEW
RIGHT VIEW
ENCLOSURE NO: 336
1280
660
1380
1480
100
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
LEFT VIEW
RIGHT VIEW
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E
N
L3
L2
L1
INPUT
CB1
CODE
CB1
MOV
BCS
T1~3
FP1~3
PR1~3
F1~4
VT1~3
BCS
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MOV
FP3
FP2
FP1
PR3
PR2
PR1
F3
F2
F1
M3
M
M2
M
M1
M
DESCRIPTION
Circuit Breaker with shunt Trip Coil
M.O.V.
Bypass Control Switch
Buck/Boost Transformer
Filter Protection
Power Relay
Fuse
Variable Transformer Module
T3
T2
T1
CODE
M1~3
TR1~3
PS
SA
FPD
FAN
SW
VM
VT3
VT2
VT1
*FAN
TR2
TR3
Sensor Amplifier
TR1
DESCRIPTION
Servo Motor
Feedback Transformer
Power Supply
Sensor Amplifier
Front Panel Display
Ventilation Fan
Volt Selector Switch
Voltmeter
CODE
ISO
DESCRIPTION
Isolation Transformer
*Note: 1) NUMBER OF FANS SUBJECT TO MODEL
F4
4 WIRE H & LY SERIES
6 ~ 200KVA (STANDARD)
SA
PS
N*
ISSUE NO.
ISSUE NO.
1
DATE
02/03/12
DATE
DATE
ISSUE NO.
SS-12370-1-PCS-H & LY-3P-S
DRAWING NO.
THREE PHASE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
(6 ~ 200KVA) (STANDARD)
TITLE: PCS-H & LY SERIES POWER CONDITIONER
FPD
V VM
SW
N
L3
L2
OUTPUT
L1
N* THIS NEUTRAL TERMINAL IS OPTIONAL.
CONNECT WHEN REQUIRED. OTHERWISE,
LEAVE IT. IT WILL STILL WORK ON 3 WIRE.
ISO
∆-Y
11.3 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS (4 WIRE H & LY SERIES)
11.3.1 4 WIRE H & LY SERIES SOLUTIONS (STANDARD)–6~200Kva
11.3.2 4 WIRE H & LY SERIES SOLUTIONS (WITH OPTIONS) – 6~200Kva
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E
L3
L2
L1
INPUT
CB1
CODE
CB1
MOV
BCS
T1~3
FP1~3
PR1~3
F1~4
VT1~3
BCS
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MOV
FP3
FP2
FP1
PR3
PR2
PR1
F3
F2
F1
M3
M
M2
M
M1
M
DESCRIPTION
Circuit Breaker with shunt Trip Coil
M.O.V.
Bypass Control Switch
Buck/Boost Transformer
Filter Protection
Power Relay
Fuse
Variable Transformer Module
T3
T2
T1
CODE
M1~3
TR1~3
TR-4
PS
SA
FPD
FAN
SW
VT3
VT2
VT1
*FAN
TR2
TR3
Sensor Amplifier
TR1
DESCRIPTION
Servo Motor
Feedback Transformer
Fan Transformer
Power Supply
Sensor Amplifier
Front Panel Display
Ventilation Fan
Volt Selector Switch
CODE
VM
ISO
DESCRIPTION
Voltmeter
Isolation Transformer
*Note: 1) NUMBER OF FANS SUBJECT TO MODEL
F4
TR4
3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES
6 ~ 200KVA (STANDARD)
SA
PS
N*
ISSUE NO.
ISSUE NO.
1
DATE
01/10/12
DATE
DATE
ISSUE NO.
SS-12372-2-PCS-HD,LD & LHD-3P-S
DRAWING NO.
THREE PHASE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
(6 ~ 200KVA) (STANDARD)
TITLE: PCS-HD, LD & LHD SERIES VOLTAGE STABILISER
FPD
V VM
SW
N
L3
L2
OUTPUT
L1
N* THIS NEUTRAL TERMINAL IS OPTIONAL.
CONNECT WHEN REQUIRED. OTHERWISE,
LEAVE IT. IT WILL STILL WORK ON 3 WIRE.
ISO
∆-Y
11.4 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS (3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES)
11.4.1 3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES SOLUTIONS (STANDARD)–6~200Kva
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NC
COM
NO
Remote
Dry Contact
TB1
(Option)
E
L3
L2
L1
INPUT
CODE
CB1
MOV
BCS
T1~3
FP1~3
PR1~3
F1~4
VT1~3
BCS
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MOV
FP3
FP2
FP1
PR3
PR2
PR1
F3
F2
F1
M3
M
M2
M
M1
M
DESCRIPTION
Circuit Breaker with shunt Trip Coil
M.O.V.
Bypass Control Switch
Buck/Boost Transformer
Filter Protection
Power Relay
Fuse
Variable Transformer Module
T3
T2
T1
CODE
M1~3
TR1~3
TR-4
PS
SA
FPD
FAN
SW
VT3
VT2
VT1
TR2
TR3
Sensor Amplifier
TR1
SA
PS
FPD
V VM
SW
DESCRIPTION
Servo Motor
Feedback Transformer
Fan Transformer
Power Supply
Sensor Amplifier
Front Panel Display
Ventilation Fan
Volt Selector Switch
CB2
MBS
TB1
CODE
VM
ISO
DESCRIPTION
Voltmeter
Isolation Transformer
(OPTION)
Output Circuit Breaker
Manual Maintenance Bypass Switch
Remote Dry Contact
*Note: 1) NUMBER OF FANS SUBJECT TO MODEL
*FAN
F4
TR4
3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES
6 ~ 200KVA (IF OPTIONS ORDERED)
N
CB2
(Option)
N*
L3
L2
OUTPUT
L1
THIS NEUTRAL TERMINAL IS OPTIONAL.
CONNECT WHEN REQUIRED. OTHERWISE, LEAVE IT.
IT WILL STILL WORK ON 3 WIRE.
ISO
∆-Y
ISSUE NO.
ISSUE NO.
1
DATE
02/10/12
DATE
DATE
ISSUE NO.
SS-12373-2-PCS-HD,LD & LHD-3P-S
DRAWING NO.
THREE PHASE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
(6 ~ 200KVA) (OPTION)
TITLE: PCS-HD, LD & LHD SERIES VOLTAGE STABILISER
N*
MBS
(Option)
11.4.2 3 WIRE HD, LD & LHD SERIES SOLUTIONS (WITH OPTION)- 6~200Kva
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N
L3
L2
L1
INPUT
N
MOV
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∆-Y
ISO
CODE
CB1
BCS
T1~3
FP1~3
PR1~3
F1~4
VT1~3
ISO
BCS
FP3
FP2
FP1
PR3
PR2
PR1
F3
F2
F1
DESCRIPTION
Circuit Breaker with shunt Trip Coil
Bypass Control Switch
Buck/Boost Transformer
Filter Protection
Power Relay
Fuse
Variable Transformer Module
Isolation Transformer
T3
T2
T1
DESCRIPTION
Servo Motor
Feedback Transformer
Power Supply
Sensor Amplifier
Front Panel Display
Ventilation Fan
Volt Selector Switch
Voltmeter
VT3
VT2
VT1
CODE
M1~3
TR1~3
PS
SA
FPD
FAN1~7
SW1
VM
M3
M
M2
M
M1
M
*FAN
TR2
CODE
MOV
M.O.V.
DESCRIPTION
SA
PS
FPD
V VM
SW1
ISSUE NO.
ISSUE NO.
1
DATE
02/06/11
DATE
DATE
ISSUE NO.
SS-11374-1-PCS-HLD-3P-S
DRAWING NO.
THREE PHASE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
(6 ~ 200KVA) (STANDARD)
TITLE: PCS-HLD-3P-S POWER CONDITIONER
TR3
Sensor Amplifier
TR1
*Note: 1) NUMBER OF FANS SUBJECT TO MODEL
F4
N*
L3
L2
OUTPUT
L1
CONNECT WHEN REQUIRED. OTHERWISE, LEAVE IT.
IT WILL STILL WORK ON 3 WIRE.
N* THIS NEUTRAL TERMINAL IS OPTIONAL.
3 WIRE HLD SERIES for INPUT: 440, 460 & 480V OUTPUT: 200/115; 208/120; 220/127
(INPUT / OUTPUT VOLTAGES TO SPECIFY)
6 ~ 200KVA (STANDARD)
11.4.3 3 WIRE HLD SERIES SOLUTIONS (STANDARD)- 6~200Kva
Issue No: AE/PCS-3P/TP/10/2012
CB1
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ASHLEY-EDISON (UK)
Manufacturers of Voltage Stabilisers – Power Conditioners – Constant Voltage Compensators – Variable Transformers
PCS THREE PHASE OPERATOR MANUAL - EN
- Page 36 of 36-
Copyright © 2011 Ashley-Edison
W: www.ashleyedison.com
NC
COM
NO
Remote
Dry Contact
TB1
(Option)
E
N
L3
L2
L1
INPUT
ISO
N
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SW1
CODE
CB1
BCS
T1~3
FP1~3
PR1~3
F1~4
VT1~3
ISO
MOV
FP3
FP2
FP1
PR3
PR2
PR1
F3
F2
F1
DESCRIPTION
Circuit Breaker with shunt Trip Coil
Bypass Control Switch
Buck/Boost Transformer
Filter Protection
Power Relay
Fuse
Variable Transformer Module
Isolation Transformer
BCS
T3
T2
T1
F4
TR2
TR3
Sensor Amplifier
TR1
SA
PS
M.O.V.
(OPTION)
Output Circuit Breaker
Manual Maintenance Bypass Switch
Remote Dry Contact
CODE
MOV
CB2
MBS
TB1
DESCRIPTION
SW1
CB2
MBS
N*
L3
L2
OUTPUT
L1
N* THIS NEUTRAL TERMINAL IS OPTIONAL.
CONNECT WHEN REQUIRED. OTHERWISE,
LEAVE IT. IT WILL STILL WORK ON 3 WIRE.
(Option)
(Option)
ISSUE NO.
ISSUE NO.
1
DATE
02/03/12
DATE
DATE
ISSUE NO.
SS-12375-1-PCS-HLD-3P-S
DRAWING NO.
THREE PHASE CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
(6 ~ 200KVA) (OPTION)
TITLE: PCS-HLD-3P-S POWER CONDITIONER
V VM
FPD
*Note: 1) NUMBER OF FANS SUBJECT TO MODEL
*FAN
DESCRIPTION
Servo Motor
Feedback Transformer
Power Supply
Sensor Amplifier
Front Panel Display
Ventilation Fan
Volt Selector Switch
Voltmeter
VT3
VT2
VT1
CODE
M1~3
TR1~3
PS
SA
FPD
FAN1~7
SW1
VM
M3
M
M2
M
M1
M
3 WIRE HLD SERIES for INPUT: 440, 460 & 480V OUTPUT: 200/115; 208/120; 220/127
(INPUT / OUTPUT VOLTAGES TO SPECIFY)
6 ~ 200KVA (IF OPTIONS ORDERED)
11.4.4 3 WIRE HLD SERIES SOLUTIONS (WITH OPTIONS)–6~200Kva
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