ASCO POWER TECHNOLOGIES Series 300 Operator`s manual

24-hour protection no matter
when trouble strikes
ASCO S eries 300
Power Transfer Switches
for Power Outage Protection
Where would you be
without a constant flow of
electrical power? We often
take for granted that power
will always be around when
we need it. In reality, power
failures are very common.
And when the power goes
out, your business suffers.
Power failures are unpredictable. They can occur at any
time and for any number of
reasons—a bolt of lightning,
a power surge, a blackout,
an accident or even equipment failure. They come
without warning and often
at the most inconvenient
times.
It’s for this reason that
many businesses and other
entities have invested in
emergency power backup
systems. Typically, the system consists of an engine
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generator and an automatic
transfer switch (ATS) which
transfers the load from the
utility to the generator.
An ATS with built-in
control logic monitors
your normal power supply,
senses interruptions and
unacceptable abnormalities.
When the utility power fails,
the ATS automatically starts
the engine and transfers the
load after the generator has
reached proper voltage and
frequency. This happens in
a matter of seconds after
the power failure occurs.
When the utility power has
been restored, the ATS will
automatically switch the load
back, and after a time delay,
it will shut down the engine.
With an Automatic Transfer
Switch, you are protected
24 hours a day, seven days a
week.
Typical Applications
Telecom
Agriculture
In the telecommunications
industry, providing a high level
of service and dependability is
crucial. Lost power means an
interruption in service for your
customers and lost business
for your company. For instance,
with cell sites scattered across a
wide geographical region and in
many remote areas, the chances
of an interruption in power are
increased, making Automatic
Transfer Switches a valuable
resource at each location. To
maintain dependable service,
each cell site must be monitored
24 hours a day. This can be
very difficult without some
type of remote monitoring and
testing capability. The Series 300
Transfer Switch, combined with
ASCO’s monitoring and control
management system, is a costeffective, packaged solution
which can help meet both of
these challenging objectives
without a major investment
at each cell site. With ASCO’s
connectivity solutions you can
remotely monitor and control
numerous sites from around
the corner or around the world.
Maintaining electrical power
is vital to an agriculture operation. If the flow of power is
interrupted, your operation
could be at risk unless the
backup generator is quickly
activated. A prolonged power
outage can affect numerous
aspects of the operation, from
housing and feeding livestock
to processing and producing the end product. With
an ASCO Series 300 Transfer
Switch, power will automatically be transferred over to your
backup generator, eliminating
the need to manually switch
from utility to generator. When
power is restored, the ASCO
Series 300 Transfer Switch will,
after an adjustable time delay
to allow for utility stabilization,
automatically switch the load
back to the utility service.
Commercial / Retail,
Light Industrial
The retail industry is very competitive. An electrical power
failure can have a dramatic
impact on a retailer’s bottom
line. If power is interrupted
during peak shopping times,
the effect could be extremely
damaging to present and
future business. A power interruption will not only suspend
shopping, it can also create
safety problems, result in lost
transaction data, lost account
information and damage to
data collection equipment. In
addition, retailers who rely on
controlled climates to protect
valuable inventory could suffer
even greater losses, especially
if the power failure occurs at
a time when no one is available to rectify the situation. To
avoid any of these power outage problems, simply install a
backup generator with an ASCO
Series 300 Transfer Switch and
power outage concerns will be
a thing of the past.
Municipal
The ASCO Series 300 Transfer
Switch can be a critical component of a municipal government’s emergency power
backup system. Residents of
townships, cities and counties
rely on police, fire, ambulance/first aid and other critical
public sector services. An interruption in power would affect
the ability of emergency services to effectively respond to
the needs of the community.
When time is a critical factor,
such as when responding to a
fire alarm or an emergency call,
an ASCO Series 300 Transfer
Switch can be a lifesaver,
switching power to the backup
generator. While not all municipal services are a matter of
life and death, they are always
expected to be there.
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Series 300 Power Transfer Switches
Maximum Reliability & Excellent Value
With a Series 300 Transfer Switch, you get a product backed by
ASCO Power Technologies, the industry leader responsible for virtually every
major technological advance in the Transfer Switch industry.
The ASCO Series 300 was designed for one purpose–to automatically
transfer critical loads in the event of a power outage. Each and every
standard component was designed by ASCO engineers for this purpose.
The Series 300 incorporates the Group G controller with enhanced
capabilities for dependable operation in any environment. A user friendly
control interface with a 128x64 graphical LCD display and intuitive
symbols allow for ease of operation while visual LED indicators verify
transfer switch status. Operating parameters and feature settings can be
adjusted without opening enclosure door.
The rugged construction and proven performance of the ASCO
Series 300 assure the user of many years of complete reliability.
The Series 300 is even designed to handle the extraordinary demands
placed on the switch when switching stalled motors and high inrush
loads.
ASCO’s Series 300 modular, compact design makes it easy to install, inspect
and maintain. All parts are accessible from the front so switch contacts
can be easily inspected.
Features
The Series 300 is listed to UL 1008 standard for total system loads
and CSA standard C22.2 for automatic transfer switches.
Meets NFPA 110 for Emergency and Standby Power Systems and the National Electrical Code (NEC) Articles 700, 701 and 702.
Controller is RoHS compliant (Restriction of Hazardous Substances).
UL Listed Withstand & Close-On Ratings
Available Symmetrical Amperes RMS
Switch Ratings
Amps
Current Limiting Fuses
Specific Breaker
480V Max. 600V Max. 480V Max. 600V Max.
30
70 - 150
200
230
260, 400
100kA
200kA
200kA
100kA
200kA
35kA
-
10kA
22kA
22kA
22kA
42kA
10kA
10kA
-
200kA
200kA
50kA
42kA
200kA
200kA
200kA
200kA
200kA
200kA
200kA
200kA
50kA
65kA
85kA
100kA
42kA
65kA
85kA
100kA
150,200,230,260,400
Series 3ADTS/3NDTS
Only
600
800,1000,1200
1600, 2000
2600, 3000
Notes:
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1.Current limiting fuse should be class J type through 400 amps:
use Class L type above 400 - amp fuse rating
Current limiting fuse for 3ADTS/3NDTS only 150 - 400 amp
should be Class L type
2. Refer to publication 1128 for specific manufacturer­’s breakers
Fig. 1: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 200 amperes
30 through 3000 amps in a compact design.
Available to 600 VAC, single or three phase.
True double-throw operation: The single
solenoid design is inherently inter-locked
and prevents contacts from being in contact
with both sources at the same time.
There’s no danger of the Series 300 ATS
transferring loads to a dead source because the
unique ASCO single-solenoid operator derives
power to operate from the source to which the
load is being transferred.
Easy to navigate 128x64 graphical LCD display
with keypad provides LED indicators for switch
position, source availability, not in auto, and alert
condition.
Integrated multilingual user interface for
configuration and monitoring.
Delayed transition operation is now available
(Dual Operator Configuration).
Non-automatic operation can be selected using
the key pad without opening enclosure door.
Relay expansion module with extra relays for
accessory outputs (Optional).
Includes soft keys for test function and time delay
bypass as standard features.
Historical event log (Optional).
Statistical ATS system monitoring information.
Diagnostic Functions.
Password protection to prevent unauthorized
tampering of settings.
Adjustable time-delay feature prevents switch
from being activated due to momentary
utility power outages and generator dips.
Supplied with solid neutral termination.
Optional switched neutral pole available.
Field modification accessory kits available.
Available for immediate delivery.
Series 300 Power Transfer Switches
Designed to Fit Anywhere
The ASCO Series 300 product line represents the most compact
design of automatic power transfer switches in the industry. With
space in electrical closets being at a premium, the use of wall or
floor-mounted ASCO Power Transfer Switches assures designers
optimum utilization of space.
All transfer switches through 2000 amps are designed to be
completely front accessible. This permits the enclosures to be
installed flush to the wall and still allows installation of all power
cabling and connections from the front of the switch. Cable entrance
plates are also standard on the 1600 and 2000 amp units to install
optional side-mounted pull boxes for additional cable bending space.
Fig. 3: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 400 amperes
Fig. 4: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 600 Amperes
Fig. 6: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 2000 amperes shown in Type 3R enclosure
Fig. 2: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 200 amperes
Fig. 5: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 1000 amperes
Fig. 7: ASCO Power Transfer Switch
rated 3000 amperes
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Series 300 New Microprocessor Controller
The Series 300 incorporates the
group “G” controller with enhanced
capabilities for dependable operation
in any environment.
Time Delays
2) SE and ER Relay
Controller/TS
Interface Plug
Control Power
Transformers
Battery to Maintain
Engine Exerciser
Clock Settings
Power Supply
Jumper Card
Dip Switches for
Voltage/Frequency
and Feature Functions
485 Configuration
Dip Switches
Mounting Location
for Accessory Dongle
Mounting Location
for Current Sensing Card
NR Relay
CAN Bus Port
Customer Control
Interface
RS 485 Port (Optional)
Enabled with Feature
Bundle 11BE
Fig. 8: ASCO Series 300
Microprocessor Controller
Performance Features
Control and Display Panel
600 volt spacing per UL and CSA standards.
Meets or exceeds the requirements for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
Easy to navigate
128x64 graphical LCD display
IEEE C37.90
IEC 61000 – 4 - 2 Electrostatic Discharge Immunity
with keypad
provides LED indicators for switch
IEC 61000 – 4 - 3 Radiated RF Field Immunity
position, IEC
source
notImmunity
in auto, and alert condition.
61000 – 4 - 4availability,
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst
IEC 61000 – 4 - 5 Surge Immunity
It also includes test and time delay bypass soft keys.
IEC 61000 – 4 - 6 Conducted RF Immunity
CISPR 11 – Conducted RF Emissions and Radiated RF Emissions
Voltage & Frequency Sensing
3 — Phase under and over voltage settings on normal and
single phase sensing on emergency source.
Under and over frequency settings on normal and emergency.
True RMS Voltage Sensing with +/-1% accuracy
Frequency Sensing Accuracy is +/- 0.1Hz
Voltage and Frequency parameters adjustable in
1% increments
Selecting settings : single or three phase voltage sensing on
normal, and single phase sensing on emergency; 50 or 60 Hz
Load current sensing card (Optional)
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Engine start time delay – delays engine starting signal to
override momentary normal source outages – adjustable to
0 to 6 seconds (Feature 1C)
Transfer to emergency time delay – adjustable 0 to 60
minutes (Feature 2B)
Emergency source stabilization time delay to ignore
momentary transients during initial generator set loading
– adjustable 0 to 4 seconds (Feature 1F)
Re-transfer to normal time delay – adjustable
0 to 10 hours (Feature 3A)
Unloaded running time delay for engine cooldown
– adjustable 0 to 60 minutes (Feature 2E)
Pre and post signal time delay for selective load disconnect
with a programmable bypass on source failures – adjustable
0 to 5 minutes (specify ASCO Optional accessory 31Z)
Optional fully programmable engine exerciser with seven
independent routines to exercise the engine generator, with or
without loads, on a daily, weekly, bi weekly or monthly basis
(Specify ASCO optional accessory feature bundle 11BE)
Delayed transition load disconnect time delay – adjustable
0 to 5 minutes.
Standard Selectable Features
Inphase monitor to transfer motor loads, without any
intentional off time, to prevent inrush currents from
exceeding normal starting levels.
Engine exerciser to automatically test backup generator each
week—with or without load 20 minutes not adjustable.
Commit to transfer.
Selective load disconnect control contacts (two provided)
which operate with time delay prior to and/or after load
transfer and re-transfer.
60Hz or 50Hz selectable switch.
Three – phase/single - phase selectable switch.
Remote Control Features
External Inputs for connecting:
Remote test switch.
Remote contact for test or for peak shaving applications.
If emergency source fails, switch will automatically transfer
back to normal source if acceptable.
Inhibit transfer to emergency
Remote time delay bypass switch emergency to normal
Series 300 Group G Offers Sophisticated Functionality
The new Group G controller
offers an intuitive, easy to
navigate 128*64 graphical
LCD display with soft keypad
and provides (6) LED indicators
•Switch Position (green
for normal, red for
emergency LED)
• Source Availability
(green for normal, red
for emergency LED)
• “Not In Auto”
(amber LED)
• Common Alarm
(amber LED)
The ASCO group “G”
controller is self contained
with an integrated display
(no other components are
required for efficient
operation).
The controller allows for
open or delayed transition
transfer operation (both automatic, and non automatic
configurations).
Integrated multilingual user
interface for configuration
and monitoring (this design
approach allows greater
application flexibility).
Multiple source sensing
capabilities of voltage, frequency (under
frequency sensing on
normal and emergency
sources), and optional
current card, single and
three phase (Does not
require an external metering device).
Status
Alarms
Source
Data Logging
Communication
Settings
Gen Status
Engine Exerciser
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fig. 9: Door-Mounted
Control & Display Panel
1 Common Alarm
2 Not In Auto Indicator
3 Scroll, Up/Down Arrows
4 Escape Key
5 Enter Key
6 LED Source Availability and
Switch Position Indicators
Transfer / Time Delay Override
control push-button
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Series 300 ATS Optional Accessories
Accessory 1UP
Accessory 72EE
UPS back up power to allow controller to run with LCD display
for 30 seconds without AC power
Connectivity Module, enabling remote monitoring and
control capabilities (Pages 12-14)
Accessory 11BE Feature Bundle Consists of:
Accessory 31Z
A fully programmable engine exerciser with seven
independent routines to exercise the engine generator, with
or without loads, on a daily, weekly, bi – weekly or monthly
basis. Engine exerciser setting can be displayed and changed
from the user interface keypad.
Event Log display shows the event number, time and date
of event, event type, and event reason (if applicable).
A maximum of 300 events can be stored.
RS 485 Communications Port Enabled
Common Alarm Output Contact
Accessory 18RX
Relay expansion module (REX) provides for some commonly
used accessory relays, includes one form C contact for source
availability of normal (18G), and one contact for availability of
emergency (18B) (contact rating 5 amps @ 30Vdc or @125
Vac resistive). Additional output relay is provided, the default
is to indicate a common alarm. (See operator’s manual for
configurable options).
Accessory 23GA1 (Single Phase),
and 23GB (Three Phase)
Load current metering card, measures either single or three
phase load current
Note1: This feature is not available with a Power Meter Option (135L)
Accessory 14AA/14BA
Auxiliary contacts to indicate position of main contacts. Two
(2) for normal and two (2) for emergency position (one set is
standard).
Selective load disconnect circuit to provide a pre – transfer
and/or post transfer signal when transferring from emergency
to normal and/or normal to emergency.
Accessory 73
Surge Suppressor (TVSS) Rated 65kA
Accessory 62W
Audible alarm with silencing feature to signal each time switch
transfers to emergency (City of Chicago requirement)
Accessory 37B
6’ Extension harness for units shipped open type to
accommodate customer mounting of controls and switch
Accessory 37C
9’ Extension harness for units shipped open type to
accommodate customer mounting of controls and switch
Accessory 135L2
Power Meter on load side (Includes shorting block and CT’s)
Note2: This feature is not available with Load Current Metering
Option (23GA, or 23GB)
Accessory 30AA3
Load – shedding circuit initiated by opening of a customer –
supplied contact
Accessory 30BA3
Load – shedding circuit initiated by removal of customer –
supplied voltage (* Specify voltage)
Note3: Accessory 30AA, and 30BA are only available for
3ADTS/3NDTS (Delayed Transition Transfer Switch)
Accessory 44A
Strip Heater with thermostat for extremely cold areas to
prevent condensation and freezing of this condensation.
External 120 volt power source required.
Accessory 44G
Strip Heater with thermostat, wired to load terminals:
208-240, 360-380, 460-480, 550-600 volts. Contains wiring
harnesses for all transfer switch sizes.
Field Conversion Kits for
Series 300 Transfer Switches
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Kit No.
Description
935147
Feature Bundle Includes Engine Exerciser/Event Log/RS 485/
Common Alarm Output Contact (Acc. 11BE) Dongle
935148
REX Module with Source Availability Contacts (Acc. 18RX)
935149
935150
UPS to allow controller to run for 3 minutes minimum
without AC Power (Acc. 1UP)
1/3 Phase load current sensing card only (Acc. 23GA/GB)
K613127-001
K613127-002
948551
K609027
Strip Heater (125 watt) 120 volt (Acc.44A)
Strip Heater (125 watt) 208 - 480 volt (Acc.44G)
Quad - Ethernet Module (Acc. 72EE)
Cable Pull Box (1600 - 2000 amp)
Fig. 10: Strip Heater Kit Fig. 11: Relay Expansion
Module (Accessory 18RX)
(Accessory 44G)
Fig. 12: Load Current
Card (Accessory 23GA/GB)
Fig. 13: Programmable
Engine Exerciser
Fig. 14: Accessory 1UP
UPS Backup Power
Series 300 Power Transfer Switches
Series 300 Non-Automatic Transfer Switching (3NTS)
ASCO non-automatic transfer switches are generally used in applications where operating personnel are available and
the load is not an emergency type requiring automatic transfer of power. They can also be arranged for remote control
via ASCO’s connectivity products.
3NTS Features:
ASCO Non-Automatic Transfer Switches are electrically held,
manually initiated via soft keys on the user interface panel.
Sizes from 30 through 3000 amps.
Microprocessor based controller provides for addition of
optional accessories.
Controller prevents inadvertent operation under low
voltage condition.
Source acceptability lights inform operator if sources are
available to accept load.
Source inphase monitor to transfer motor loads between
live sources.
One auxiliary contact closed when transfer switch is
connected to normal and one closed on Emergency standard
feature 14A/14B
Fig. 15: ASCO 3NTS 400 Amp
Type 1 Enclosure
Series 300 Delayed Transition
Transfer Switching (3ADTS/3NDTS)
ASCO Delayed Transition Transfer Switches are designed to provide transfer
of loads between power sources with a timed load disconnect position for an
adjustable period of time.
3ADTS/3NDTS Features:
Sizes from 150 through 3000 amps.
Reliable field proven dual solenoid operating mechanisms.
Mechanical interlocks to prevent direct connection of both sources.
Adjustable time delay for load disconnect (0 to 5 minutes).
Available in manual operation configuration (3NDTS).
Available with optional load shed feature for (3ADTS).
Fig. 16: ASCO 3ADTS/3NDTS 400 Amp
Type 1 Enclosure
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Series 300 Transfer Switch Ordering Information
To order an ASCO Series 300 Power Transfer Switch, complete the following catalog number:
3 +
A
+
TS
A
+
Neutral
Code
Product
TS Conventional
2 Position
A
Automatic
N
NonAutomatic DTS Delayed
Transition
A
Solid
Neutral
B1 Switched
Neutral
3
+
600
+
Phase
Poles
Amperes
2 Poles
1o
Continuous
rating
3 Poles
3o
N
+
Voltage
Code
302, 702, 1042,
1505, 2004,5,
2302,4,5, 2602,5,
4002,5, 6005,
8005, 10005,
12005, 16005,
20005, 26005,
30005
A3
B3
C
D
E
F
H
J
K
L
M
N
Q
R
115
120
208
220
230
240
380
400
415
440
460
480
575
600
+
GX
C
+
Controller
Code
G
GX
Optional
Accessories
Enclosure
0
Open Type
C
Type 1
(Standard)
F
Type 3R
Non-Secure2
G
Type 42
Non-Secure
H
Type 4X2
Non-Secure
L
Type 122
Non-Secure
(zero)
M Type 3R Secure
N Type 4 Secure
P
Type 4X Secure
Double Door
304 SS
Q Type 12 Secure
Double Door
R
Notes: 1. Specify neutral code “C” for 260 and 400 amperes only for 3ATS/3NTS
2. Available 30-600 ampere size switches available
in non - secure type enclosures
3. 115-120 volt available 30-400 amps only. For other
voltages contact ASCO.
4. 200 and 230 amp rated switches for use with copper cable only.
5. Switch sizes 800 - 3000 ampere, and 150 - 400 ampere
3ADTS/3NDTS provided in secure type outdoor
enclosures when required.
6. Use 3R for 1200, 2000, 2600, and 3000
7. Type 304 stainless steel is standard. Suitable for indoor
or outdoor use where there may be caustic or alkali chemicals in use.
Type 3RX7,8
Secure Double
Door 304 SS
To provide an improved reduction in corrosion of salt and some
chemicals, optional type 316 stainless steel is recommended.
This is the preferred choice for marine environments.
8. Available on switches rated 1200, 2000, 2600, and 3000 amps.
o
9. When temperatures below 32 F can be experienced, special
precautions should be taken, such as the inclusion of strip heaters,
to prevent condensation and freezing of this condensation.
This is particularly important when environmental (Type 3R,4) are
ordered for installation outdoors.
10. Extra shelter protection should be considered for wind blown rain
and snow, since ventilated type 3R enclosures due not protect
against these conditions.
Series 300 External Power Connections
Sizes UL-Listed Solderless Screw-Type Terminals
Switch Rating
(Amps)
30 - 230
Ranges of AL-CU Wire Sizes
(Unless Specified Copper Only)
2
260, 400
600
800, 1000, 1200
1600, 2000
2600, 3000
One #14 to 4/0 AWG
Two 1/0 AWG to 250 MCM
or One #4 AWG to 600 MCM
Two 2/0 AWG to 600 MCM
Four 1/0 to 600 MCM
Six 1/0 to 600 MCM
Twelve 3/0 to 600 MCM
Notes:
1. All Series 300 switches are furnished with a solid neutral plate
(unless switched neutral configuration is specified) and
terminal lugs.
2. 200 and 230 amp rated switches for use with copper cable only.
Refer to paragraph 310.15 of the NEC for additional information.
3. Use wire rated 75oC minimum for all power connections.
Extended Warranties for Series 300 Transfer Switches (3ATS/3NTS/3ADTS)
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Catalog No.
Description
3EXW300
Three-Year Extended Warranty (Parts & Labor)
4EXW300
Four-Year Extended Warranty (Parts & Labor)
5EXW300
Five-Year Extended Warranty (Parts & Labor)
Notes:
1. Standard Warranty is (24) months, 2 years from date of shipment.
Extended warranty is in addition to the two years, for total of
3,4, or 5 years.
Series 300 Transfer Switch Dimensions and Shipping Weights
UL Type 1 Enclosure1,2,3,4,5
Switch Rating
Amps
304,704,1004*,1044
1504, 2004
*Series 3NTS only
2303, 260, 400
150,200,230,
260,400
Series 3ADTS/3NTS only
600
800, 1000
1200
1600, 20001
2600, 30002
Phase
Poles
Neutral
Code
Width
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
A
B
A
B
A
B3 or C
A
B3 or C
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
18(457)
18(457)
18(457)
18(457)
18 (457)
18 (457)
18 (457)
18 (457)
24(610)
24(610)
24(610)
24(610)
24 (610)
24 (610)
24 (610)
24 (610)
34 (864)
34 (864)
34 (864)
34 (864)
38 (965)
38 (965)
38 (965)
38 (965)
38 (965)
38 (965)
38 (965)
38 (965)
Dimensions, In. (mm)
Height
Depth
31 (787)
31 (787)
31 (787)
31 (787)
48 (1219)
48 (1219)
48 (1219)
48 (1219)
56(1422)
56(1422)
56(1422)
56(1422)
63 (1600)
63 (1600)
63 (1600)
63 (1600)
72 (1829)
72 (1829)
72 (1829)
72 (1829)
87 (2210)
87 (2210)
87 (2210)
87 (2210)
87 (2210)
87 (2210)
91 (2311)
91 (2311)
13 (330)
13 (330)
13 (330)
13 (330)
13 (330)
13 (330)
13 (330)
13 (330)
14(356)
14(356)
14(356)
14(356)
17 (432)
17 (432)
17 (432)
17 (432)
20 (508)
20 (508)
20 (508)
20 (508)
23 (584)
23 (584)
23 (584)
23 (584)
23 (584)
23 (584)
60 (1524)
60 (1524)
Approx. Shipping Notes:
1.Unit is designed for top cable
Weight Lb. (kg)
entry of emergency & load and
­­69 (32)
72 (33)
72 (33)
75 (34)
117 (53)
125 (57)
125 (57)
133 (61)
196 (89)
202 (92)
202 (92)
208 (94)
316 (143)
324 (147)
324 (147)
332 (150)
431 (196)
460 (209)
460 (209)
489 (222)
581 (264)
611 (277)
611 (277)
639 (290)
1160 (525)
1160 (525)
1430 (649)
1495 (679)
bottom entry of normal. A cable
pull box is also available for all
top or bottom cable access when
required (optional accessory kit
#K609027). Not required for type
3R, 4X & 12 enclosures where
available.
2.Enclosures for 2600, 3000 amps
are free-standing with removable
top, sides & back.
3. Neutral Code “B” for 230 amperes
only.
4. Dimensions for 30-200 amperes
when furnished with a power
meter, 18"W - 41"H - 13"D
5. Dimensional data is approximate
and subject to change. Certified
dimensions available upon
request.
UL Type 3R, 4 or 12 Enclosure1,2,3,4,5
Switch Rating
Amps
Phase
Poles
Neutral
Code
303,703,1003*,1043
1503, 2003
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
A
B
A
B
A
3
B or C
A
B3 or C
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
*Series 3NTS only
(Non Secure Enclosure)
2302, 260, 400
(Non Secure Enclosure)
150, 200, 230
260, 400
*Series 3ADTS/3NDTS only
(Non Secure Enclosure)
600
(Non Secure Enclosure)
800, 1000
(Non Secure Enclosure)
12006
(Non Secure Enclosure)
1600, 20002
(Non Secure Enclosure)
2600, 3000
(Non Secure Enclosure)
Dimensions, In. (mm)
Width
Height
Depth
17 1/2 (445)
17 1/2 (445)
17 1/2 (445)
17 1/2 (445)
18 (458)
18 (458)
18 (458)
18 (458)
24 (607)
24 (607)
24 (607)
24 (607)
24 (607)
24 (607)
24 (607)
24 (607)
34 (859)
34 (859)
34 (859)
34 (859)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
41 (1037)
35 (886)
35 (886)
35 (886)
35 (886)
50 1/2 (1284)
50 1/2 (1284)
50 1/2 (1284)
50 1/2 (1284)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
63 (1593)
72 (1821)
72 (1821)
72 (1821)
72 (1821)
95 1/2 (2415)
95 1/2 (2415)
95 1/2 (2415)
95 1/2 (2415)
95 1/2 (2415)
95 1/2 (2415)
96 (2429)
96 (2429)
11 5/8 (295)
11 5/8 (295)
11 5/8 (295)
11 5/8 (295)
14 1/3 (364)
14 1/3 (364)
14 1/3 (364)
14 1/3 (364)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
18 1/5 (468)
20 (506)
20 (506)
20 (506)
20 (506)
33 1/2 (848)
33 1/2 (848)
33 1/2 (848)
33 1/2 (848)
62 (1569)
62 (1569)
74 (1872)
74 (1872)
Approx. Shipping Notes:
1. When climate conditions at inWeight Lb. (kg)
stallation site present condensa­­84 (38)
87 (40)
87 (40)
90 (41)
132 (60)
140 (63)
140 (63)
148 (67)
234 (106)
241 (109)
241 (109)
246 (112)
320 (145)
328 (148)
328 (148)
336 (152)
519 (236)
543 (246)
543 (246)
565 (257)
1131 (513)
1160 (526)
1160 (526)
1189 (539)
1705 (775)
1830 (832)
2150 (976)
2230 (1012)
tion risk, special precautions
should be taken, such as the
inclusion of space heaters, to
prevent interior condensation and
freezing of this condensation.
2. Neutral code “B” for 230 amperes
only.
3. Dimensions for 30 - 200 ampere
when furnished with a power
meter 18"W - 48"H - 13"D
4. 30-1000 ampere switches are
available in secure type
enclosures, contact ASCO for
details
5. Dimensional data is approximate
and subject to change. Certified
dimensions available upon
request.
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Series 300 72EE Monitoring and Control
Tablet
Mobile Device
Desktop
72EE enables basic local or
remote monitoring for ASCO
Series 300 Transfer Switches.
Wifi
Facility
300 ATS with 72EE
Engine Generator
ASCO 5700 CPMS
Sample drawing for demonstration purposes only.
Consult ASCO for exact connection specifications.
72EE Features
Control Features
ATS Transfer/Re-transfer
ATS Timer Bypass
Generator Start
Generator Test
Monitoring Features
Connectivity Features
ATS and Generator Stats
Alarms
Voltage and Frequency
Statistics and Activity
Email Notifications
Event Log (300 Events)
Optional Monitoring Features
— Energy Consumption,
Acc 135L Required
— Power Demand,
Acc 135L Required
72EE Also Enables Enhanced PowerQuest CPMS Functionality
5310 Series Single Channel Annunciator
5350 Series Eight Channel Annunciator
5700 Critical Power Management Systems
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Utility
Modbus (over Ethernet or Serial)
SNMP Protocol
AES 128 Bit Encryption
Four Port Ethernet Switch
Series 300 72EE Monitoring Screens
Fig. 18: Power Metering Screen
Fig. 19: Events Screen
Fig. 17: 72EE Home Page Dashboard
Fig. 20: Configuration
Fig. 21: About
Content rich monitoring screens enable real time information
for power metering, event logs, voltages, time delays and alerts.
The 72EE also allows for switch transfer remotely.
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Series 300 72EE Connectivity Module
Control
Fig. 22:
Accessory
72EE
The ASCO 72EE Connectivity
Module offers remote monitoring
for Series 300 ATS's and 5210 Power
Meter. For the ATS, the optional
accessory 72EE provides remote ATS
and Generator Control, Monitoring
and Connectivity Features via integrated web page dashboards. Once
connected to an Ethernet, Wifi or
Cellular connection, the dashboards
can easily be pulled up by any mobile
or desktop device on the network by
multiple users.
The control capabilities allows
remote transfer and retransfer of the
ATS, while allowing you to view time
delays and bypass functions. The
generators can also be called to start
and stop for emergency situations as
well as for testing and maintenance.
Running the generator periodically
ensures that the battery is charged
for power anomalies and increases
reliability. Generator Pick-up and
drop-out setpoints are also viewable
for comprehensive understanding of
control events.
Monitoring
Monitor transfer switch and generator health, system state, metering
and review calculated transfer statistics and activity. Active control timer
information allows the operator to
anticipate an automated control action, such as, generator start or ATS
transfer. The device can also interface
to an email server to keep users
up-to-date on alarms and critical
power events with alerts.
In addition the 72EE can interface to
an optional 5210 Power Meter, (stand
alone - or with the ATS Acc. 135L).
for enhanced monitoring features,
such as, power metering, demand
and energy usage.
Connectivity
Connect and extract ATS and metering data using industry standard
open protocols, such as, Modbus and
SNMP. An integrated four port Ethernet Switch maximizes connectivity
options and flexibility. Embedded
password protection will only allow
access to appropriate users, while
utilizing AES 128-bit encryption for
enhanced data security per National
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Additional Optional PowerQuest Components
5160
Connectivity
Module
The ASCO 5160 Remote Connectivity Unit (RCU) provides
10 Ethernet and Dual-Fiber Optic connections in a NEMA 3R enclosure.
5210, 5220
Power
Manager
ASCO 5210 (left) and 5220 (right) Power Meters
measure, displays and provides single- or 3-phase Energy
and Power information
ASCO 5221
Power Manager
Unit
ASCO 5221 Power Manager Unit (PMU) is used to enable power measurement, discrete inputs for status and output relays for control of generators,
breakers and other power equipment via 5700 Series CPMS solutions.
5310, 5350
Annunciators
ASCO 5310(left) and 5350(right) ATS Remote Annunciators
provide distributed monitoring of transfer switch position and source
availability as well as transfer test and re-transfer control.
5710,
5750, 5790
Display
Terminals
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5700 Critical Power Management Systems (5790 shown)
provides various levels of monitoring, control and management capability of
power equipment. It seamlessly monitors ASCO transfer switches as well as
generators, breakers, paralleling buss, panel boards and other power equipment via a 5221 PMU. It consists of servers and touch screen interfaces.
FULFILL YOUR NEED
Drill down for a closer look - Each transfer switch,
generator, breaker and any other power equipment has its own dedicated screens.
ASCO PowerQuest® Power Monitoring and Control Systems
The PowerQuest® family is
the most comprehensive
communication, monitoring and control solution ever
offered by Emerson Network
Power. It empowers you. It
provides the ability to test,
manage loads, optimize the
bus bar, remotely monitor
and otherwise be aware of
the status of your facility's
utility source and on-site
power. It provides reports
for events, tests, energy use
or settings and gets data
directly from generators and
transfer switches.
Critical Power
Management System (CPMS)
HVAC
Security
UPS
Static
Transfer Switches
Transfer
Switches
CPMS
Display
Terminal
Fire Alarm
Monitoring
Building
Management
System (BMS)
Internet
Paralleling Control
Switchgear
Generators
Remote
Display
Terminal
Whether user's require standard monitoring and control,
PowerQuest provides monitoring, alarming and control of Critical Power Management Systems,
or a comprehensive Critical
which comprise transfer switches, paralleling control switchgear, gensets, circuit breakers,
Power Management System, UPS, loadbanks, distribution and other gear. It also integrates with building management systems.
PowerQuest can satisfy your
needs.
BE EMPOWERED
Hardware. Software. Installation and testing. Service. And
upgrades and technology
refreshes. A truly complete
solution for all your
communication, monitoring
and control needs.
This web enabled management system is based on
open protocols. As communications amongst
equipment improve, so does
the performance of critical
power systems.
PowerQuest can enable you to:
• Monitor and control power transfer switches,
paralleling control switchgear, gensets,
breakers, UPS, bus bars and other equipment
• Monitor normal and emergency voltages and
frequency and their settings
• Know transfer switch position and source
availability
• Transfer and re-transfer loads for system testing
• View and adjust transfer switch time-delay settings
• Receive automatic alerts or selected system alarms
on system operation via E-mail or pager
• View transfer switch event log and know the
transfer switch test schedule
• Generate reports for alarms, energy consumption,
settings, historical logs and code mandated tests
For more PowerQuest
product information
see publication 3245
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Tel: +1 614 888 0246
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800-800-ASCO
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www.ascoapu.com
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