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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
Description:
+24V DC @ up to 4000 amperes Power System.
This power system is designed to power a load while charging a negative grounded
battery. This power system is capable of operating in a batteryless installation or off
battery for maintenance purposes. The power system is designed for operation with the
negative output grounded.
The NETSURE™ 700NVBA DC Power System is a complete integrated power system
containing rectifiers (PCUs), converters, intelligent control, metering, monitoring, and
distribution. This power system consists of the following components.
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Distribution Cabinet
The system always includes a minimum of one Distribution Cabinet (one per bay),
which provides DC distribution through fuses and/or circuit breakers.
Four different sizes of Distribution Cabinets may be ordered to accept from one (1) to
four (4) Distribution Bus Panel assemblies. A variety of Distribution Bus Panel
assemblies are available that provide combinations of load distribution, battery
distribution, low voltage load or battery disconnect, manual battery disconnect, and
dual voltage load distribution for use with -48V converters. The Distribution Cabinet
is factory mounted in the relay rack specified when ordered.
Most of the distribution panels accept either TPS/TLS-type fuseholders or Bullet
Nose-type circuit breakers. TPH-type fuses and GJ/218-type circuit breakers are
also available, in ratings up to 600 amps.
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Meter-Control-Alarm (MCA) Assembly
The system contains one MCA. The MCA
controls the operation of the Rectifier
Modules (PCUs). The MCA also provides
power system control, metering,
monitoring, and alarm functions.
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Module Mounting Assembly
The system contains one or more Module
Mounting Assemblies (one per bay), each
of which houses Rectifier Modules (PCUs)
and optional DC-DC Converter Modules.
Refer to PD588705100 (PD588705101,
PD588705102, PD588705103,
PD588705104) for more information.
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Rectifier Modules (PCUs)
The system contains Rectifier Modules
(PCUs), which provide load power, battery
float current, and battery recharge current
during normal operating conditions. Refer
to PD588705100 (PD588705101,
PD588705102, PD588705103,
PD588705104) for more information.
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Optional DC-DC Converter Modules
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Where –48VDC load power is also required, DC-DC Converter Modules are
available. Refer to PD588705100 (PD588705101, PD588705102, PD588705103,
PD588705104) for more information.
Family:
NETSURE™
Spec. No.:
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Model:
700NVBA
Rectifier Input Voltage
Nominal 208-240 volts AC, single phase, 50/60 Hz, with an operating
range of 180 to 264 volts. Acceptable input frequency range is 47 to 65
Hz.
Rectifier Output Voltage:
+24 Volts DC
Converter Output Voltage:
-48 Volts DC
Output Capacity:
System:
Bay:
Distribution Bus Panel:
Rectifier Module (PCU):
Converter Module:
4000 Amperes, maximum
2000 Amperes, maximum (1500A maximum when equipped with List
AH; 1200A maximum when equipped with List RA or RB)
500 Amperes, maximum (List ND rated for 960A)
87.7A @ +28.5VDC to 104.2A @ +24.0VDC, 2500 Watts
31 Amperes (1500W)
Agency Approval:
UL 1801 Listed (“c UL”), NEBS (pending)
Framework Type:
Relay Rack
Mounting Width:
23 Inches, nominal
Mounting Depth:
Distribution Cabinet:
Module Mounting Assembly:
Access:
18 Inches (single-bay), 21 Inches (multi-bay)
(List RC, RD, and RE adds 5.25 inches to back of system, see Overall
Dimensions Illustrations)
22.34 Inches
Front, Sides, and Rear for Installation and Maintenance,
Front for Operation
Supplemental Bay(s) Available:
One
Control:
Microprocessor
Color:
Bay and Rectifier Module Faceplates: Textured Gray (Spec. M500-147)
Rectifier Shelf and Rectifier Modules Bodies: Bright Zinc Plating (Spec.
M500-53)
List Options:
Main Bay, Supplemental Bay (located next to Main Bay), Supplemental
Bay 'Distribution Only' Option, Supplemental Bay (located away from
Main Bay), MCA (standard), MCA (special application), MCA (special
application), MCA (special application), 1-Row Distribution Cabinet,
2-Row Distribution Cabinet, 3-Row Distribution Cabinet, 4-Row
Distribution Cabinet, Distribution Cabinet Top Shield, Module Mounting
Assembly Interface Components, Field Expansion Kit (One [1] 8-Position
Module Mounting Assembly), Rectifier Module (PCU), DC-DC Converter
Option Interface Component Kit, DC-DC Converter Module, Audible
Alarm and Alarm Termination Card, MCA Interface Modem Option, MCA
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Interface WinLink Software, MCA Interface Combination
Modem/RS-232 Option, MCA Interface Ethernet Option
(WinLink Compatible + Web Interface), MCA Interface Ethernet Option
(WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + SNMP), MCA Interface Ethernet
Option (WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + Battery Monitoring), MCA
Interface Ethernet Option (WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + SNMP
+ Battery Monitoring), Battery Stand System, Battery Tray (Pre-Cabled),
Distribution Panels
Accessories Options:
Relay Racks, Transition Plates, Distribution Devices, Wiring
Components, Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel, Battery
Charge Temperature Compensation Probe for Single Probe Digital
Compensation, Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe
Concentrator for Multiple Probe Use (TXM), Battery Busbar Extension
Kit, Battery Busbar Extension Kit, Lug Adapter Busbar, Lug Adapter
Busbar Kit, Lug Adapter Busbar Kit, Lug Hardware Kit, LVD Contactor
Bypass Kit, Replacement Cables, Replacement Components
Environment:
-40°C to +40°C (-40°F to +104°F)
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Main Bay:……………………………………………...…List 1
Supplemental Bay (located next to Main Bay):………List 2
Supplemental Bay 'Distribution Only' Option:………..List 4
Supplemental Bay (located away from Main Bay):….List 5
Distribution Bus
Row D (Row 4)
Distribution Cabinet
List 24 (4-Row)
List 23 (3-Row)
List 22 (2-Row)
List 21 (1-Row)
Distribution Bus
Row C (Row 3)
Distribution Bus
Row B (Row 2)
Distribution Bus
Row A (Row 1)
Distribution Assembly List AA, AB, AC,
AD, AE, AG, AH, AJ, AK, AL, AM, BA,
CA, CB, CD, CE, CF, CG, CJ, EA, GB,
JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC, NA, NB, NC,
ND
List RA: LV Battery Disconnect
List RB, RC: Manual Battery Disconnect
List RD: LV/Manual Battery Disconnect
List RE: LV Battery Disconnect
Other Options
List 29: Distribution Cabinet Top
Shield
List 31: Field Expansion Kit: One
(1) 8-Position Module Mounting
Assembly
MCA
List 10, 11, 12, 13
List 71: Optional Audible Alarm and
Alarm Termination Circuit Card
Module Mounting
Assembly Interface
List 30
List 72: MCA Interface Modem
Option
Rectifier Module
List 50
List 73: MCA Interface WinLink
Software
DC-DC Converter Option
Interface Component Kit
List 60
List 74: MCA Interface Combination
Modem/RS-232 Option
List 75: MCA Interface Ethernet
Option: WinLink Compatible + Web
Interface
Optional DC-DC
Converter Module
List 62
or
Rectifier Module
List 50
List 76: MCA Interface Ethernet
Option: WinLink Compatible + Web
Interface + SNMP
List 77: MCA Interface Ethernet
Option: WinLink Compatible + Web
Interface + Battery Monitoring
See Also
System Overview
Table of Contents
Ordering Information
List Descriptions
Accessory Descriptions
Specifications
Physical Size Information
Related Documentation
List 78: MCA Interface Ethernet
Option: WinLink Compatible + Web
Interface + SNMP + Battery
Monitoring
List 92: Battery Stand System
List 93: Battery Tray
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Ordering Information
System
Overview
Picture
List
Descriptions
Accessory
Descriptions
Specifications
Physical Size
Information
Related
Documentation
SYSTEM OVERVIEW.................................................................................................................................................1
TABLE OF CONTENTS.............................................................................................................................................5
ORDERING INFORMATION......................................................................................................................................9
List Options..........................................................................................................................................................9
List Options (Numbers) ....................................................................................................................................9
List Options (Letters) (Distribution Bus Arrangements) .................................................................................11
Accessory Options............................................................................................................................................15
LIST DESCRIPTIONS ..............................................................................................................................................16
List 1: Main Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution)...................................................................16
List 2: Supplemental Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution) (located next to Main Bay) .........17
List 4: “Distribution Only” Option for Lists 2 or 5 ...........................................................................................18
List 5: Supplemental Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution) (located away from Main
Bay) ................................................................................................................................................................18
List 10: MCA (Standard Application) .............................................................................................................19
List 11: MCA (Special Application)................................................................................................................19
List 12: MCA (Special Application)................................................................................................................20
List 13: MCA (Special Application)................................................................................................................20
List 21: One-Row Distribution Cabinet..........................................................................................................20
List 22: Two-Row Distribution Cabinet..........................................................................................................21
List 23: Three-Row Distribution Cabinet .......................................................................................................22
List 24: Four-Row Distribution Cabinet .........................................................................................................22
List 29: Top Shield for Distribution Cabinet...................................................................................................23
List 30: Module Mounting Assembly Interface Components.........................................................................23
List 31: Field Expansion Kit: One (1) 8-Position Module Mounting Assembly.............................................24
List 50: Rectifier Module (PCU).....................................................................................................................25
List 60: DC-DC Converter Option Interface Component Kit .........................................................................25
List 62: DC-DC Converter Module ................................................................................................................26
List 71: Optional Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination Circuit Card ...........................................................26
List 72: MCA Interface Modem Option..........................................................................................................26
List 73: MCA Interface WinLink Software .....................................................................................................27
List 74: MCA Interface Combination Modem/RS-232 Option .......................................................................27
List 75: MCA Interface Ethernet Option: WinLink Compatible + Web Interface ...........................................28
List 76: MCA Interface Ethernet Option: WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + SNMP.............................28
List 77: MCA Interface Ethernet Option: WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + Battery Monitoring..........29
List 78: MCA Interface Ethernet Option: WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + SNMP + Battery
Monitoring.......................................................................................................................................................29
List 92: Battery Stand System.......................................................................................................................30
List 93: Battery Tray, Pre-Cabled..................................................................................................................30
List AA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509840) (24) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions ......................33
List AB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 428316100) (3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions ..............34
List AC: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 507198) (3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions ....................35
List AD: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509565) (8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
(Upper Two Rows) .........................................................................................................................................36
List AE: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509648) (8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
(Lower Two Rows) .........................................................................................................................................37
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List AG: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514010) (2) TPH Fuse System Positions ........................................38
List AH: Distribution Bus Module Ground Bar Assembly (P/N 500676) for Use with Up to (2) List
AG, AJ, CG, or CJ ..........................................................................................................................................39
List AJ: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520819) (2) TPH Fuse System Positions with Load Metering
Shunts ............................................................................................................................................................40
List AK: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520805) (24) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions ......................41
List AL: Distribution Bus Module Ground Bar Assembly for Use with Up to (2) List AK ...............................42
List AM: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 524632) (20) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions (1) 3Pole Input Disconnect Fuse/Circuit Breaker Position ....................................................................................43
List BA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520534) (12) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions with
LVD (8) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions without LVD........................................................................44
List CA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509848) (20) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions
w/LVLD...........................................................................................................................................................45
List CB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 513738) (3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
w/LVLD...........................................................................................................................................................46
List CD: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 507200) (3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
w/LVLD...........................................................................................................................................................47
List CE: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509564) (8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
w/LVLD (Upper Two Rows)............................................................................................................................48
List CF: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509647) (8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
w/LVLD (Lower Two Rows)............................................................................................................................49
List CG: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514035) (2) TPH Distribution Fuse Positions w/LVLD ....................50
List CJ: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520936) (2) TPH Distribution Fuse Positions with Load
Metering Shunts and LVLD ............................................................................................................................51
List EA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509852) (16) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and (4)
Fuse/Circuit Breaker Battery Disconnect Positions .......................................................................................52
List GB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 513806) (8) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVD
and (1) TPH Fuse Battery Disconnect Position .............................................................................................53
List JA: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 509906) (4) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions and (16) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions ...........................................................54
List JB: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 513808) (12) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions and (8) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions .............................................................55
List JC: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 524403) (14) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions and (6) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions .............................................................56
List JD: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 524788) (14) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions and (8) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions ..............................................................57
List KA: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 520507) (4) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions and (16) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions ...........................................................58
List LB: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 513807) (8) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions w/LVD and (8) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions ..................................................59
List LC: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 514623) (12) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System
Positions w/LVD and (4) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions ..................................................60
List NA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514336) (20) Fuse/Circuit Breaker Battery Disconnect
Positions.........................................................................................................................................................61
List NB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 513809) (3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker Battery Disconnect
Positions.........................................................................................................................................................62
List NC: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514025) (1) TPH Fuse Battery Disconnect Position........................63
List ND: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514030) (2) TPH Fuse Battery Disconnect Positions ......................64
List RA: 1200A Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD) Contactor and Control Circuit (P/N
540808) ..........................................................................................................................................................65
List RB: 1200A Manual Battery Disconnect Contactor with Local and Remote Alarm (P/N 540809) ..........66
List RC: 2000A Manual Battery Disconnect Contactor with Local and Remote Alarm (P/N 528446) ..........67
List RD: 2000A Low Voltage/Manual Battery Disconnect Contactor with Battery Current Monitoring
(P/N 528447) ..................................................................................................................................................68
List RE: 2000A Low Voltage Battery Disconnect Contactor with Battery Current Monitoring (P/N
535064) ..........................................................................................................................................................69
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ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS...............................................................................................................................70
Relay Racks .......................................................................................................................................................70
Transition Plates to Mount Relay Rack on Top of GNB Absolyte IIP Batteries ..........................................71
Distribution Devices..........................................................................................................................................72
GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432) (10) GMT Fuse Positions...........................72
GMT-Type Load Distribution Fuses ...............................................................................................................73
Replacement Alarm, Reference, and Control Fuses .....................................................................................74
TPH-Type Fuses ............................................................................................................................................75
GJ/218-Type Circuit Breakers........................................................................................................................76
Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers and Bullet Nose-Type Fuseholders e/w TPS/TLS Fuses .......................78
Wiring Components ..........................................................................................................................................81
Load Distribution Wire Sizes and Lugs Selection ..........................................................................................81
Input Battery Wire Sizes and Lugs Selection.................................................................................................82
Standard Crimp Lug Tables ...........................................................................................................................84
Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap Combination Table ............................................................................85
Wire Size and Lug Selection Tables for Load and Battery Connections to TPS/TLS Fuses and
Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers or Battery Branch Circuits.......................................................................86
Wire Size and Lug Selection Tables for Load and Battery Connections to TPH Fuses and GJ/218Type Circuit Breakers or Battery Branch Circuits ..........................................................................................88
AC Input Branch Circuit Protection and Wire Size Selection.........................................................................90
Relay Rack Frame Grounding Requirements ................................................................................................90
External Alarm, Reference, and Control Wire Sizes ......................................................................................90
Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel (P/N 540959) ........................................................................91
Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe for Single Probe Digital Compensation (P/Ns
107021 and 106824)...........................................................................................................................................91
Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe Concentrator for Multiple Probe Use (TXM) ............91
Battery Temperature Probe Concentrator Kit (P/N 524570)..........................................................................91
Analog Battery Temperature Probe (P/N 521262).........................................................................................92
TXM Extension Cable (P/N 514153) ..............................................................................................................92
Battery Busbar Extension Kit (P/N 514713) ....................................................................................................92
Battery Busbar Extension Kit (P/N 529143) ....................................................................................................92
Lug Adapter Busbar for 250 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker (P/N 514717) ....................................93
Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 125-200 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker (P/N 534449) .......................93
Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 250 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker (P/N 514714) ..............................93
Bullet Distribution Assembly Lug Hardware Kit (P/N 520332)......................................................................93
LVD Contactor Bypass Kits (P/Ns 514910 and 514912) ................................................................................94
Replacement Cables .........................................................................................................................................95
Replacement Components ...............................................................................................................................98
SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................................................................99
1.1 Environmental Ratings...............................................................................................................................99
1.2 Compliance Information.............................................................................................................................99
1.3 MCA Features..............................................................................................................................................99
PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION ..........................................................................................................................109
Overall Dimensions .........................................................................................................................................109
List 24 (Four Bus Row Cabinet) ...................................................................................................................109
List 23 (Three Bus Row Cabinet) .................................................................................................................110
List 22 (Two Bus Row Cabinet)....................................................................................................................111
List 21 (One Bus Row Cabinet)....................................................................................................................112
List 93 (Battery Tray)....................................................................................................................................113
Optional Digital Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe (P/N 107021 and 106824) ................114
Optional Analog Battery Temperature Probe (P/N 521262) ........................................................................114
Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions.......................................................................................115
Input Battery .................................................................................................................................................115
Load Distribution ..........................................................................................................................................119
AC Input .......................................................................................................................................................119
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External Alarm, Reference, and Control ......................................................................................................120
RELATED DOCUMENTATION..............................................................................................................................121
BATTERY MANUFACTURER INFORMATION ....................................................................................................122
REVISION RECORD ..............................................................................................................................................123
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List Options
Order the following by the items Part Number as specified in the following table.
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List Options (Numbers)
List
No.
Part Number
Description
1
58112600001
2
58112600002
4
58112600004
5
58112600005
10
58112600010
11
58112600011
12
58112600012
13
58112600013
21
22
58112600021
58112600022
Main Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution).
Accepts Distribution Cabinet (List 21, 22, 23, or 24) with
MCA (List 10, 11, 12, or 13) and Module Mounting
Assembly Interface (List 30).
Supplemental Bay Common Equipment (Power and
Distribution). Includes interbay power busbars and
communication cable. Accepts Distribution Cabinet (List
23 or 24) and Module Mounting Assembly Interface (List
30).
“Distribution Only” option for List 2 or 5. Configures the
bay for use without Module Mounting Assembly.
Remote Supplemental Bay Common Equipment (Power
and Distribution). Includes communication cable.
Requires interbay power cabling. Accepts Distribution
Cabinet (List 21, 22, 23, or 24) and Module Mounting
Assembly Interface (List 30).
MCA - Standard Application (Configuration No. 534876)
(installed in Main Bay Distribution Cabinet).
MCA - Special Application (Configuration No. 534877)
(installed in Main Bay Distribution Cabinet).
MCA - Special Application (Configuration No. 534878)
(installed in Main Bay Distribution Cabinet).
MCA - Special Application (Configuration No. 534879)
(installed in Main Bay Distribution Cabinet).
1-Row Distribution Cabinet (for use in List 1 and 5).
2-Row Distribution Cabinet (for use in List 1 and 5).
23
58112600023
24
29
58112600024
58112600029
30
58112600030
31
58112600031
50
58112600050
60
58112600060
Mounting
Positions
(1U = 1-3/4”)
Notes
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1, 2
--
1, 2
--
--
1, 2
--
1, 2
--
1, 2
--
1, 2
--
1, 2
7U
11U
1, 2
1, 2
3-Row Distribution Cabinet (for use in List 1, 2, and 5).
15U
1, 2
4-Row Distribution Cabinet (for use in List 1, 2, and 5).
Top Shield for Distribution Cabinet.
Interface Components for one (1) 588705101, 588705102,
588705103, or 588705104 Module Mounting Assembly.
Field Expansion Kit. Provides one (1) 588705100
8-Position Module Mounting Assembly and components
required for field installation in a Power System.
Model R24-2500 Rectifier Module (PCU)
(for use in List 30 and 31).
DC-DC Converter Option Interface Component Kit
(for use in List 30 and 31).
19U
--
1, 2
--
2U to 8U
1, 2, 3
2U
--
--
1, 2
--
--
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Part Number
62
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72
73
74
58112600071
58112600072
58112600073
58112600074
75
58112600075
76
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77
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78
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93
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Description
Optional Model C24/48-1500 DC-DC Converter Module
(for use in List 30 and 31).
Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination Card.
MCA Interface Modem Option.
MCA Interface WinLink Software.
MCA Interface Combination Modem/RS-232 Option.
MCA Interface Ethernet Option
(WinLink Compatible, Web Interface).
MCA Interface Ethernet Option
(WinLink Compatible, Web Interface, SNMP).
MCA Interface Ethernet Option
(WinLink Compatible, Web Interface, Battery Monitoring).
MCA Interface Ethernet Option
(WinLink Compatible, Web Interface, SNMP, Battery
Monitoring).
Battery Stand System
Battery Tray, Pre-Cabled.
Mounting
Positions
(1U = 1-3/4”)
Notes
--
--
-----
4
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-As requested
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Notes:
1) This power system must consist of a minimum configuration of…
(1) List 1
(1) List 10, 11, 12, or 13
(1) List 21, 22, 23, or 24
(1) List 30 equipped w/ List 50's
A maximum of one supplemental bay (List 2 or 5) may be added to the system.
2) Separately order one relay rack for each bay (List 1, 2, and 5). See Table 1 in the ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS section for available relay racks. Distribution Panels, Rectifier Modules (PCUs),
Converters, and Module Mounting Assembly list options must be specified when ordering. Module
Mounting Assembly must be ordered separately.
Note: System components may be ordered without a relay rack. When ordered without a relay rack, the
system is mounted on shipping brackets bolted to a shipping skid. The shipping brackets can
mount a system up to 20U high.
3) Includes Module Mounting Assembly to Distribution Cabinet interconnect components only. Module
Mounting Assembly is not included in List 30. Order Module Mounting Assembly separately per
PD588705101, PD588705102, PD588705103, PD588705104.
4) Use alarm cable P/N 514327 (15' 0" cable) when List 71 is not ordered (List 1 provides this cable). For a
longer cable, P/N 514380 (60’) is available.
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List Options (Letters) (Distribution Bus Arrangements)
If Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD) is required, each distribution row that is to operate from an LVD
must have an LVD provided in the specific panel ordered for that row.
Rows are numbered one through four (A through D) from bottom to top.
List
No.
Part Number
AA
581126000AA
AB
581126000AB
AC
581126000AC
AD
581126000AD
AE
581126000AE
AG
581126000AG
AH
581126000AH
AJ
581126000AJ
AK
581126000AK
AL
581125000AL
AM
581126000AM
Description
Distribution.
(24) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse +24V System Positions.
Distribution.
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker +24V System Positions.
(rows 1, 2, 3 only)
Distribution.
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker +24V System Positions.
(row 4 only)
Distribution.
(8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker +24V System Positions.
(rows 3 and 4 [C and D])
Distribution.
(8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker +24V System Positions.
(rows 1 and 2 [A and B] or rows 2 and 3 [B and C])
Distribution.
(2) TPH Fuse +24V System Positions.
[Need (1) List AH for up to (2) List AG if internal
load returns are required.]
Ground Bar Assembly for use with up to (2) List
AG, AJ, CG, or CJ if internal load returns are
required.
Distribution.
(2) TPH Fuse +24V System Positions with Load
Shunts. [Need (1) List AH for up to (2) List AJ if
internal load returns are required.]
Distribution.
(24) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse +24V System Positions.
(no ground return busbar provided)
Ground Bar Assembly for use with up to (2) List AK
if internal load returns are required.
Distribution.
(20) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse +24V System Positions.
(1) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse 3-Pole +24V Input Disconnect Position.
Single
or Dual
Voltage
Low
Volt.
Load
Disc.
Battery
Disc.
Single
No
No
Single
No
No
Single
No
No
Single
No
No
Single
No
No
Single
No
No
N/A
No
No
Single
No
No
Single
No
No
N/A
No
No
Single
No
No
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No.
Part Number
BA
581126000BA
CA
581126000CA
CB
581126000CB
CD
581126000CD
CE
581126000CE
CF
581126000CF
CG
581126000CG
CJ
581126000CJ
EA
581126000EA
GB
581126000GB
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Description
Distribution.
(12) LVD-Controlled Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker
and/or TPS/TLS Fuse +24V System Positions.
(8) Non-LVD-Controlled Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker
and/or TPS/TLS Fuse +24V System Positions.
Distribution.
(20) LVD-Controlled Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker
and/or TPS/TLS Fuse +24V System Positions.
Distribution.
(3) LVD-Controlled GJ/218 Circuit Breaker
+24V System Positions. (rows 1, 2, 3 only)
Distribution.
(3) LVD-Controlled GJ/218 Circuit Breaker
+24V System Positions. (row 4 only)
Distribution.
(8) LVD-Controlled GJ/218 Circuit Breaker
+24V System Positions. (rows 3 and 4)
Distribution.
(8) LVD-Controlled GJ/218 Circuit Breaker
+24V System Positions.
(rows 1 and 2, or rows 2 and 3)
Distribution.
(2) LVD-Controlled TPH Fuse +24V System
Positions. [Need (1) List AH for up to (2) List CG if
internal load returns are required.]
Distribution.
(2) LVD-Controlled TPH Fuse +24V System
Positions with Load Shunts. [Need (1) List AH for
up to (2) List CJ if internal load returns are
required.]
Distribution.
(16) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse +24V System Positions.
(4) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse +24V Battery Disconnect Positions.
(row 1 or 2 only)
Distribution.
(8) LVD-Controlled Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker
and/or TPS/TLS Fuse +24V System Positions.
(1) TPH Fuse +24V Battery Disconnect Position.
(row 1 only)
Distribution.
(4) +24V System Positions.
(16) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system)
Single
or Dual
Voltage
Low
Volt.
Load
Disc.
Battery
Disc.
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
Yes
No
Single
No
Manual
Single
Yes
Manual
Dual
No
No
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JB
581126000JB
JC
581126000JC
JD
581126000JD
KA
581126000KA
LB
581126000LB
LC
581126000LC
NA
581126000NA
NB
581126000NB
NC
581126000NC
ND
581126000ND
RA
581126000RA
RB
RC
581126000RB
581126000RC
RD
581126000RD
RE
581126000RE
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Description
Distribution.
(12) +24V System Positions.
(8) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system)
Distribution.
(14) +24V System Positions.
(6) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system)
Distribution.
(14) +24V System Positions.
(8) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system)
Distribution.
(4) +24V System Positions.
(16) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system; 1st row only)
Distribution.
(8) LVD Controlled +24V System Positions.
(8) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system)
Distribution.
(12) LVD Controlled +24V System Positions.
(4) -48V Subsystem Positions.
(one per system)
Battery Disconnect.
(20) Bullet Nose Circuit Breaker and/or TPS/TLS
Fuse +24V Battery Disconnect Positions.
(row 1 only)
Battery Disconnect.
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker +24V Battery Disconnect
Positions. (row 1 only)
Battery Disconnect.
(1) TPH Fuse +24V Battery Disconnect Position.
Battery Disconnect.
(2) TPH Fuse +24V Battery Disconnect Positions.
(row 1 only)
1200A Low Voltage Battery Disconnect Contactor
and Control Circuit. (row 1 only)
1200A Manual Battery Disconnect. (row 1 only)
2000A Manual Battery Disconnect .
2000A Low Voltage/Manual Battery Disconnect
with Battery Current Monitoring.
2000A Low Voltage Battery Disconnect with Battery
Current Monitoring.
Single
or Dual
Voltage
Low
Volt.
Load
Disc.
Battery
Disc.
Dual
No
No
Dual
No
No
Dual
No
No
Dual
No
No
Dual
Yes
No
Dual
Yes
No
Single
No
Manual
Single
No
Manual
Single
No
Manual
Single
No
Manual
Single
Yes
LV
Single
Single
No
No
Single
No
Manual
Manual
LV /
Manual
Single
No
LV
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Notes:
1) Circuit breakers, fuses, and lugs should be specified for each distribution panel. Unless otherwise
specified, circuit breakers are plug-in bullet nose style and fuses are TPS/TLS style with plug-in fuse
block.
2) Distribution panels are limited to 500A for single-row panels (except 960A for List ND), and 1000A for
double-row panels. Maximum cabinet capacity is 2000A.
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Accessory Options
Order the following by the items part number as detailed in the ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS section.
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Description
Relay Racks
Transition Plates to Mount Relay Rack P/N 543156
on Top of GNB Absolyte IIP Battery Stands
GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(10) GMT Fuse Positions
GMT-Type Load Distribution Fuses
Replacement Alarm, Reference, and Control Fuses
TPH-Type Fuses
GJ/218-Type Circuit Breakers
Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers and
Bullet Nose-Type Fuseholders e/w TPS/TLS Fuses
Wiring Components
Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel
Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe
for Single Probe Digital Compensation
Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe Concentrator
for Multiple Probe Use (TXM)
Battery Busbar Extension Kit
Battery Busbar Extension Kit
Lug Adapter Busbar for 250 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker
Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 125-200 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker
Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 250 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker
Bullet Distribution Assembly Lug Hardware Kit
LVD Contactor Bypass Kits
Replacement Cables
Replacement Components
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LIST DESCRIPTIONS
List 1: Main Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution)
Features
♦
Provides common equipment for one “power and distribution” bay rated for up to 2000 amperes of
distribution.
♦
Accepts one (1) Distribution Cabinet (options are 1-Row, 2-Row, 3-Row, or 4-Row cabinet).
♦
Accepts one (1) Meter-Control-Alarm (MCA) Assembly.
♦
Accepts one (1) Module Mounting Assembly. The Module Mounting Assembly can consist of one (1), two
(2), three (3), or four (4) factory interconnected 8-position Module Mounting Shelves. Each shelf in a
Module Mounting Assembly provides eight (8) mounting positions for Rectifier Modules (PCUs). When a
Module Mounting Shelf within the Module Mounting Assembly is equipped with a DC-DC Converter
Option Kit, the four (4) middle positions will accept either Rectifier Modules (PCUs) or +24V/-48V DC-DC
Converter Modules.
Restrictions
Cannot use a List 21 or 22 in a List 1 when List 1 is used with a List 2
(List 21 and 22 are not provided with connection points for inter-bay busbars.)
Ordering Notes
1) Order a relay rack per 'Relay Racks' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS. If required, order Relay Rack
Transition Plates per 'Transition Plates to Mount Relay Rack P/N 543156 on Top of GNB Absolyte IIP
Batteries' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS. A ship loose option is available, as described in 'Relay
Racks' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS.
2) Order one (1) List 21, 22, 23, or 24 Distribution Cabinet.
3) Order up to four (4) Distribution Bus Panels as required per 'Distribution Bus Arrangements' and the
capacity of the Distribution Cabinet ordered.
4) Order one (1) List 10, 11, 12, or 13 MCA.
5) Order as required one (1) MCA Interface option per Lists 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, or 78.
Also order as required WinLink Software per List 73.
6) Order one (1) List 30 (interface components for one (1) Module Mounting Assembly). Order a Module
Mounting Assembly per PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD58805104. List 30 is factory
connected to the Module Mounting Assembly ordered.
7) Order one (1) List 60 (DC-DC Converter Option Kit) for each 8-position Module Mounting Shelf in which
DC-DC Converters are required. Note that some Module Mounting Assemblies consist of multiple
8-position Module Mounting Shelves. The kit permits the middle four (4) positions in an 8-position Module
Mounting Shelf to accept DC-DC Converter Modules or Rectifier Modules (PCUs). List 60 is factory
installed within the 8-position Module Mounting Shelf. List 60 kits will be installed starting with bottom
8-position Module Mounting Shelf in the Module Mounting Assembly and working up.
8) Order Rectifier Modules (PCUs) per List 50 as required.
9) Order DC-DC Converter Modules per List 62 as required.
10) Order one (1) Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel, Part No. 540959, for each empty module
mounting position in the system.
11) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
12) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring Components' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
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List 2: Supplemental Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution)
(located next to Main Bay)
Features
♦
Provides common equipment for one bussed “power and distribution” bay rated for up to 2000 amperes of
distribution. Includes interbay power busbars and communications cabling.
♦
Mounts to either left or right side of a List 1 Main Bay.
♦
Accepts one (1) Distribution Cabinet (options are 3-Row or 4-Row cabinet).
♦
Accepts one (1) Module Mounting Assembly. The Module Mounting Assembly can consist of one (1), two
(2), three (3), or four (4) factory interconnected 8-position Module Mounting Shelves. Each Module
Mounting Shelf in a Module Mounting Assembly provides eight (8) mounting positions for Rectifier
Modules (PCUs).
or
Can be configured for “distribution only” (no Module Mounting Assembly).
Restrictions
Order maximum of one (1) List 2 or List 5 per Power System.
Cannot be used when List 5 is ordered. Order List 2 or List 5, not both.
Supplemental Bays DO NOT accept Converter Modules. DO NOT order List 60 or 62 for Supplemental Bays.
List 2 Supplemental Bay DOES NOT accept List 21 or 22 Distribution Cabinet
(List 21 and 22 are not provided with connection points for interbay busbars.)
Rear access is required for installation of inter-bay busbars.
Ordering Notes
1) Order a relay rack per 'Relay Racks' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS. If required, order Relay Rack
Transition Plates per 'Transition Plates to Mount Relay Rack P/N 543156 on Top of GNB Absolyte IIP
Batteries' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS. Relay rack must be same height as relay rack ordered
for List 1. A ship loose option is available, as described in 'Relay Racks' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
2) Order one (1) List 23 or 24 Distribution Cabinet.
3) Order up to four (4) Distribution Bus Panels as required per 'Distribution Bus Arrangements' and the
capacity of the Distribution Cabinet ordered.
4) Order one (1) List 30 (interface components for one (1) Module Mounting Assembly). Order a Module
Mounting Assembly per PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD58805104. List 30 is factory
connected to the Module Mounting Assembly ordered.
or
Order Supplemental Bay 'Distribution Only' option per List 4.
5) Order Rectifier Modules (PCUs) per List 50 as required.
6) Order one (1) Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel, Part No. 540959, for each empty module
mounting position in the system.
7) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
8) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring Components' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
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List 4: “Distribution Only” Option for Lists 2 or 5
Features
♦
Provides components needed to convert one List 2 or List 5 bay from “power and distribution” to
“distribution only”.
Restrictions
A Module Mounting Assembly cannot be mounted in a bay when List 4 is installed.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one List 4 for each List 2 or List 5 being ordered for distribution only.
List 5: Supplemental Bay Common Equipment (Power and Distribution)
(located away from Main Bay)
Features
♦
Provides common equipment for one remote “power and distribution” bay rated for up to 2000 amperes of
distribution. Includes inter-bay communications cabling.
♦
Accepts one (1) Distribution Cabinet (options are 1-Row, 2-Row, 3-Row, or 4-Row cabinet).
♦
Accepts one (1) Module Mounting Assembly. The Module Mounting Assembly can consist of one (1), two
(2), three (3), or four (4) factory interconnected 8-position Module Mounting Shelves. Each Module
Mounting Shelf in a Module Mounting Assembly provides eight (8) mounting positions for Rectifier
Modules (PCUs).
or
Can be configured for “distribution only” (no Module Mounting Assembly).
Restrictions
Order maximum of one (1) List 2 or List 5 per Power System.
Cannot be used when List 2 is ordered. Order List 2 or List 5, not both.
Supplemental Bays DO NOT accept Converter Modules. DO NOT order List 60 or 62 for Supplemental Bays.
Interbay power cabling is not included, and must be separately provided per site requirements.
Ordering Notes
1) Order a relay rack per 'Relay Racks' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS. If required, order Relay Rack
Transition Plates per 'Transition Plates to Mount Relay Rack P/N 543156 on Top of GNB Absolyte IIP
Batteries' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS. A ship loose option is available, as described in 'Relay
Racks' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS.
2) Order one (1) List 21, 22, 23, or 24 Distribution Cabinet.
3) Order up to four (4) Distribution Bus Panels as required per 'Distribution Bus Arrangements' and the
capacity of the Distribution Cabinet ordered.
4) Order one (1) List 30 (interface components for one (1) Module Mounting Assembly). Order a Module
Mounting Assembly per PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD58805104. List 30 is factory
connected to the Module Mounting Assembly ordered.
or
Order Supplemental Bay 'Distribution Only' option per List 4.
5) Order Rectifier Modules (PCUs) per List 50 as required.
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module mounting position in the system.
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7) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
8) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring Components' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
9) Order as required additional options per Lists 29 and 93.
10) Order as required any additional accessories described under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS.
List 10: MCA (Standard Application)
Features
♦
Provides one standard application Meter-Control-Alarm (MCA)
assembly (Configuration No. 534876). Refer to SPECIFICATIONS
for a description of MCA functions.
♦
Alarms: Major, Minor, High Voltage #1, High Voltage #2, Battery on Discharge, 50% Battery On
Discharge, AC Fail, MCA Audible, Test/Equalize Mode.
Restrictions
Only one (1) MCA per power system is required.
Mounts in the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be ordered with List 2 or List 5.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) List 10, 11, 12, or 13 as required per power system.
List 11: MCA (Special Application)
Features
♦
Provides one special application Meter-Control-Alarm (MCA)
assembly (Configuration No. 534877). Refer to SPECIFICATIONS
for a description of MCA functions.
♦
Alarms: Major, Minor, High Voltage #1, Rectifier Module Fail
Major, Battery On Discharge, Rectifier Module Fail Minor, AC Fail, MCA Audible, Fuse/Circuit Breaker.
Restrictions
Only one (1) MCA per power system is required.
Mounts in the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be ordered with List 2 or List 5.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) List 10, 11, 12, or 13 as required per power system.
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List 12: MCA (Special Application)
Features
♦
Provides one special application Meter-Control-Alarm (MCA)
assembly (Configuration No. 534878). Refer to SPECIFICATIONS
for a description of MCA functions.
♦
Alarms: Major, Minor, High Voltage #1, MCA Fail, Battery on Discharge, Very Low Voltage, AC Fail,
Fuse/Circuit Breaker, Rectifier Module Fail.
Restrictions
Only one (1) MCA per power system is required.
Mounts in the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be ordered with List 2 or List 5.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) List 10, 11, 12, or 13 as required per power system.
List 13: MCA (Special Application)
Features
♦
Provides one special application Meter-Control-Alarm (MCA)
assembly (Configuration No. 534879). Refer to SPECIFICATIONS
for a description of MCA functions.
♦
Alarms: Major, Minor, Test/Equalize 2, Fuse/Circuit Breaker, Battery on Discharge, 50% Battery On
Discharge, AC Fail, Low Voltage Disconnect, Test/Equalize 1.
Restrictions
Only one (1) MCA per power system is required.
Mounts in the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be ordered with List 2 or List 5.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) List 10, 11, 12, or 13 as required per power system.
List 21: One-Row Distribution Cabinet
Features
♦
Accepts one (1) Distribution Bus Panel.
♦
Rated for up to 500 amperes of distribution (960 amperes when equipped
with List ND).
♦
Available for use in List 1 and List 5 bays.
♦
One (1) Quad Shunt circuit card (P/N 507431) is provided with each
distribution cabinet. This circuit card can monitor up to four (4) system
distribution load shunts. All shunt cards interface with the MCA for system
distribution load current monitoring.
♦
A Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD) circuit card (P/N 509477) is provided in each Distribution Cabinet that…
5
¾
Contains one or more distribution rows that are equipped with a low voltage disconnect contactor, or
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Controls a Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD) contactor located in an associated
Battery Stand.
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The LVD circuit card provides three separate control circuits. Each control circuit can be programmed,
through the MCA, with its own disconnect voltage setpoint and one global reconnect setpoint. One LVD
circuit card can control up to four (4) contactors. Any contactor can be controlled by any of the three
control circuits on the card by setting of user-selectable switches.
Where more than one Distribution Cabinet contains an LVD control circuit card, the control circuits on all
LVD circuit cards can be set to any of the three MCA-controlled disconnect setpoints independently with
user-selectable switches.
Each of the three control circuits on any LVD card consists of two individual battery voltage monitors, both
of which must sense low system voltage before disconnection can occur. This redundancy prevents a
control circuit failure from unnecessarily disconnecting loads or batteries.
The user can set the low voltage disconnect circuits for either automatic or manual reconnect.
¾
Automatic Reconnect: When system bus voltage recovers to a preset adjustable value, the low
voltage disconnect circuits automatically reconnect the loads (or battery) to the system bus.
¾
Manual Reconnect: When system bus voltage has recovered to a preset adjustable value, the user
must issue a command via the MCA to reconnect loads (or battery) to the system bus.
A local switch provided in each Distribution Cabinet can be set to inhibit LVD operation for adjustment,
maintenance, and repair purposes. A local indicator illuminates when the low voltage disconnect circuit has
been inhibited. LVD operation is not inhibited in any other Distribution Cabinets in the power system.
Restrictions
Not available for List 2 bays (no inter-bay busbar landings available).
Cannot be ordered with List 1 if it is to be used with a List 2.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) Distribution Bus Panel for each List 21 per 'Distribution Bus Arrangements'.
2) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
3) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring Components' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
List 22: Two-Row Distribution Cabinet
Features
♦
Accepts up to two (2) Distribution Bus Panels.
♦
Rated for up to 1000 amperes of distribution.
♦
Available for use in List 1 and List 5 bays.
♦
See also the description of the Quad Shunt circuit card under List 21
features.
♦
See also the description of the Low Voltage Disconnect circuit card under
List 21 features.
Restrictions
Not available for List 2 bays (no inter-bay busbar landings available).
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1) Order up to two (2) Distribution Bus Panels for each List 22 per 'Distribution Bus Arrangements'.
2) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
3) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring Components' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
List 23: Three-Row Distribution Cabinet
Features
♦
Accepts up to three (3) Distribution Bus Panels.
♦
Rated for up to 1500 amperes of distribution.
♦
Available for use in List 1, List 2, and List 5 bays.
♦
See also the description of the Quad Shunt circuit card under List 21
features.
♦
See also the description of the Low Voltage Disconnect circuit card under
List 21 features.
Ordering Notes
1) Order up to three (3) Distribution Bus Panels for each List 23 per 'Distribution Bus Arrangements'.
2) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
3) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring Components' under ACCESSORY
DESCRIPTIONS.
List 24: Four-Row Distribution Cabinet
Features
♦
Accepts up to four (4) Distribution Bus Panels.
♦
Rated for up to 2000 amperes of distribution.
♦
Available for use in List 1, List 2, and List 5 bays.
♦
See also the description of the Quad Shunt circuit card under List 21
features.
♦
See also the description of the Low Voltage Disconnect circuit card under
List 21 features.
Ordering Notes
1) Order up to four (4) Distribution Bus Panels for each List 24 per
'Distribution Bus Arrangements'.
2) Order fuses and/or circuit breakers, as required, per 'Distribution Devices'
under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS.
3) Order input and load distribution lugs, as required, per 'Wiring
Components' under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS.
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List 29: Top Shield for Distribution Cabinet
Features
♦
Plastic shield covers all wiring access openings in top of
Distribution Cabinet. Individual cutouts can be removed for
wiring as required for specific installation.
Ordering Notes
1) Where closed top cover is required, order one (1) List 29 for each List 21, 22, 23, and 24 ordered.
List 30: Module Mounting Assembly Interface Components
Features
♦
Provides components to add one (1) Module Mounting
Assembly (Spec. No. 588705101, 588705102, 588705103, or
588705104) to a Main or Supplemental Bay.
♦
The separately ordered Module Mounting Assembly can
consist of one (1), two (2), three (3), or four (4) factory
interconnected 8-position Module Mounting Shelves. Each
Module Mounting Shelf in a Module Mounting Assembly
provides eight (8) mounting positions for Rectifier Modules
(PCUs). When the Module Mounting Shelf is equipped with a DC-DC Converter Option Kit, the four (4)
middle positions will accept either Rectifier Modules (PCUs) or +24V/-48V DC-DC Converter Modules.
Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
♦
Refer to Power Data Sheet PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104 for
Module Mounting Assembly information.
Restrictions
Factory installed only on the Distribution Cabinet.
Includes 'Module Mounting Assembly-to-Power System/Distribution Cabinet' interconnect components only.
The Module Mounting Assembly must be ordered separately.
Each bay can be equipped with a maximum of one (1) Module Mounting Assembly.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) List 30 per bay, regardless of the number of module mounting positions required (32
positions maximum per bay).
2) Order a Module Mounting Assembly per Power Data Sheet
PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104 as required.
3) Order one (1) List 60 (DC-DC Converter Option Kit) for each 8-position Module Mounting Shelf in which
DC-DC Converters are required. Note that some Module Mounting Assemblies consist of multiple
8-position Module Mounting Shelves. The kit permits the middle four (4) positions in an 8-position Module
Mounting Shelf to accept DC-DC Converter Modules or Rectifier Modules (PCUs). List 60 is factory
installed within the 8-position Module Mounting Shelf. List 60 kits will be installed starting with bottom
8-position Module Mounting Shelf in the Module Mounting Assembly and working up. Note that
Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
4) Order Rectifier Modules (PCUs) per List 50 as required.
5) Order DC-DC Converter Modules per List 62 as required.
Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
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List 31: Field Expansion Kit: One (1) 8-Position Module Mounting Assembly
Features
♦
Provides one (1) Spec No. 588705100 Module
Mounting Assembly and components required for field
installation in an existing Power System that has eight
(8) to twenty-four (24) positions.
♦
Included are busbars for connecting rectifier output to
the main system bus, and cables for connecting
DC-DC Converter output to the appropriate dual
voltage bus distribution panel assembly (if using
converters).
♦
The Module Mounting Shelf provides eight (8)
mounting positions for Rectifier Modules (PCUs). When the shelf is equipped with a DC-DC Converter
Option Kit, the four (4) middle positions will accept either Rectifier Modules (PCUs) or +24V/-48V DC-DC
Converter Modules. Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
♦
Refer to Power Data Sheet PD588705100 for more information.
Restrictions
For field installation only.
Maximum number of List 31 that can be installed in a power bay is one (1).
Original system must have a Module Mounting Assembly (up to twenty-four [24] positions).
Cannot be used in a power bay equipped with a Spec No. 588705104 Module Mounting Assembly.
Converter Modules must be used in conjunction with a dual voltage bus distribution panel assembly (List JA,
JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, or LC). Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
Ordering Notes
1) For a bay equipped with Spec. No. 588705101 List 1, Spec. No. 588705102 List 1, or Spec. No.
588705103 List 1, order one (1) List 31.
2) Order one (1) List 60 (DC-DC Converter Option Kit) for each List 31 requiring DC-DC Converters. The kit
permits the middle four (4) positions in the 8-position Module Mounting Shelf to accept DC-DC Converter
Modules or Rectifier Modules (PCUs). List 60 is factory installed within the 8-position Module Mounting
Shelf in the assembly. Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
3) Order Rectifier Modules (PCUs) per List 50 as required.
4) Order DC-DC Converter Modules per List 62 as required.
Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
5) Order a Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel, Part No. 540959, for each empty module mounting
position in the assembly.
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List 50: Rectifier Module (PCU)
Features
♦
Provides one (1) Model R24-2500, Spec. No. 1R242500, Rectifier
Module (PCU).
♦
Refer to Power Data Sheet
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/
PD588705104 for more information.
Restrictions
For use in Spec. No. 588705100, 588705101, 588705102, 588705103, or 588705104 Module Mounting
Assemblies.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required.
List 60: DC-DC Converter Option Interface Component Kit
Features
♦
Provides components to add DC-DC Converter capability to one (1)
8-position Module Mounting Shelf in a Module Mounting Assembly.
With one (1) List 60 installed, the four middle mounting positions in an
8-position Module Mounting Shelf in the Module Mounting Assembly
will accept DC-DC Converters or Rectifier Modules (PCUs).
♦
Includes cables for connection of converter output to a dual voltage
bus distribution panel assembly.
Restrictions
MUST be factory installed only.
CANNOT be used in Supplemental Bays.
Must be used in conjunction with a dual voltage bus distribution panel
assembly (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, or LC). Up to two (2) converter kits
can be used with a List JA, JB, JC, JD, LB, or LC. Up to four (4) converter
kits can be used with a List KA.
Total rectifier output power available for customer loads is reduced by the input power of each DC-DC
Converter Module installed.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) List 60 (DC-DC Converter Option Kit) for each 8-position Module Mounting Shelf in which
DC-DC Converters are required (see restrictions above). Note that some Module Mounting Assemblies
consist of multiple 8-position mounting shelves. The kit permits the middle four (4) positions in an
8-position Module Mounting Shelf to accept DC-DC Converter Modules or Rectifier Modules (PCUs). List
60 is factory installed within the 8-position Module Mounting Shelf. Multiple List 60 kits will be installed
starting with bottom 8-position Module Mounting Shelf in the Module Mounting Assembly and working up.
Note that Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
2) Order up to four (4) converter modules (List 62) for each List 60 ordered.
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Features
♦
Provides one (1) Model C24/48-1500, Spec. No. 1C24481500, DC-DC
Converter Module.
♦
Refer to Power Data Sheet
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/
PD588705104 for more information.
Restrictions
For use in Spec. No. 588705100, 588705101, 588705102, 588705103, or 588705104 Module Mounting
Assemblies.
Requires List 60.
Supplemental Bays CANNOT have Converter Modules.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required. Each 8-position Module Mounting Shelf holds up to four (4) DC-DC Converter
Modules when equipped with a DC-DC Converter Option Kit.
List 71: Optional Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination Circuit Card
Features
♦
Provides an Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination circuit card (P/N
509539). This circuit card is interconnected to the MCA and (via relays
on the circuit card) to external converter major and minor alarm circuits
(if converters are furnished). The circuit card provides spring-clamp
type terminals for connection of customer wiring to the MCA external
alarm circuits in lieu of the standard alarm cable.
♦
Includes a local audible alarm-sounding device connected to the external audible alarm contacts. The
audible alarm can be silenced locally.
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Audible alarm is inoperative when used with List 12 or 13 MCA (no audible alarm relay contacts available).
Ordering Notes
1) Order per site requirements.
List 72: MCA Interface Modem Option
Features
♦
Provides a 2400 bits/s Modem circuit card, Spec. No. 486781300, plus associated
hardware.
♦
This option plugs into the MCA.
♦
Allows MCA interface via a modem port.
♦
See also WinLink Software (List 73).
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
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Ordering Notes
1) Order this option for each Power System (MCA) to be accessed via WinLink Software (List 73) via
modem.
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List 73: MCA Interface WinLink Software
Features
♦
Provides Spec. No. 041182000 (WinLink Software).
♦
WinLink Software provides the user the ability to remotely communicate with multiple Power Systems
equipped with an MCA. Only one Power System (MCA) can be remotely connected at a time. This
allows a user to remotely monitor, control, and adjust the Power System via WinLink. Remote
communications can be done over dial-up phone lines when the Power System is equipped with the List
72 Modem or List 74 RS-232/Modem MCA Interface Option. Remote communications can be done via
an RS-232 connection when the Power System is equipped with the List 74 RS-232/Modem MCA
Interface Option. Remote communications can be done via a TCP/IP connection when the Power
System is equipped with the Ethernet MCA Interface Option (List 75, 76, 77, or 78).
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♦
With WinLink Software, most tasks accomplished via the Power System MCA local interface pad can be
done remotely. This includes alarm monitoring, voltage/current monitoring, and adjustment of alarm and
control circuits.
♦
Runs under Windows 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, or XP.
♦
See also Modem (List 72), RS-232/Modem (List 74), or Ethernet (List 75, 76, 77, or 78) MCA Interface
Options.
Restrictions
Not required for Lists 75, 76, 77, or 78.
Ordering Notes
1) Only one List 73 required for each computer installation.
List 74: MCA Interface Combination Modem/RS-232 Option
Features
♦
Provides a Modem circuit card, an RS-232 circuit card, and associated
mounting hardware.
♦
This option plugs into the MCA.
♦
Allows MCA interface via an RS-232 and Modem port.
♦
See also WinLink Software (List 73).
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Only one interface option (List 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, or 78) can be installed.
Ordering Notes
1) Order this option for each Power System (MCA) to be accessed via WinLink Software (List 73) via
modem or RS-232.
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List 75: MCA Interface Ethernet Option:
WinLink Compatible + Web Interface
Features
♦
Provides an Ethernet circuit card (P/N 524541) and associated mounting hardware.
♦
Ethernet circuit card is WinLink Compatible and provides a Web Interface.
♦
This option plugs into the MCA.
♦
Allows MCA interface via an Ethernet port.
♦
See also WinLink Software (List 73).
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Only one interface option (List 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, or 78) can be installed.
The Ethernet card requires an MCA with firmware version 5.2.0 or later.
Ordering Notes
1) Order this option for each Power System (MCA) to be accessed via WEB Interface.
2) Order optional Front Access Ethernet Connector Kit P/N 525110, as required. This includes an RJ45
connector, mounting bracket, and jumper that mounts in the cutout provided on the front of the MCA
Panel.
3) WinLink Software (List 73) will operate with List 75 but is not required. Internal WEB Pages are preferred.
List 76: MCA Interface Ethernet Option:
WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + SNMP
Features
♦
Provides an Ethernet circuit card (P/N 524541) and associated mounting hardware.
♦
Ethernet circuit card is WinLink Compatible, provides a Web Interface, and provides
SNMP.
♦
This option plugs into the MCA.
♦
Allows MCA interface via an Ethernet port.
♦
See also WinLink Software (List 73).
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Only one interface option (List 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, or 78) can be installed.
The Ethernet card requires an MCA with firmware version 5.2.0 or later.
Ordering Notes
1) Order this option for each Power System (MCA) to be accessed via WEB Interface.
2) Order optional Front Access Ethernet Connector Kit P/N 525110, as required. This includes an RJ45
connector, mounting bracket, and jumper that mounts in the cutout provided on the front of the MCA
Panel.
3) WinLink Software (List 73) will operate with List 76 but is not required. Internal WEB Pages are preferred.
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List 77: MCA Interface Ethernet Option:
WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + Battery Monitoring
Features
♦
Provides an Ethernet circuit card (P/N 524541) and associated mounting hardware.
♦
Ethernet circuit card is WinLink Compatible, provides a Web Interface, and provides
Battery Monitoring.
♦
This option plugs into the MCA.
♦
Allows MCA interface via an Ethernet port.
♦
See also WinLink Software (List 73).
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Only one interface option (List 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, or 78) can be installed.
The Ethernet card requires an MCA with firmware version 5.2.0 or later.
Ordering Notes
1) Order this option for each Power System (MCA) to be accessed via WEB Interface.
2) Order optional Front Access Ethernet Connector Kit P/N 525110, as required. This includes an RJ45
connector, mounting bracket, and jumper that mounts in the cutout provided on the front of the MCA
Panel.
3) WinLink Software (List 73) will operate with List 77 but is not required. Internal WEB Pages are preferred.
List 78: MCA Interface Ethernet Option:
WinLink Compatible + Web Interface + SNMP + Battery Monitoring
Features
♦
Provides an Ethernet circuit card (P/N 524541) and associated mounting hardware.
♦
Ethernet circuit card is WinLink Compatible, provides a Web Interface, provides
Battery Monitoring, and provides SNMP.
♦
This option plugs into the MCA.
♦
Allows MCA interface via an Ethernet port.
♦
See also WinLink Software (List 73).
Restrictions
Must be located in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Only one interface option (List 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, or 78) can be installed.
The Ethernet card requires an MCA with firmware version 5.2.0 or later.
Ordering Notes
1) Order this option for each Power System (MCA) to be accessed via WEB Interface.
2) Order optional Front Access Ethernet Connector Kit P/N 525110, as required. This includes an RJ45
connector, mounting bracket, and jumper that mounts in the cutout provided on the front of the MCA
Panel.
3) WinLink Software (List 73) will operate with List 78 but is not required. Internal WEB Pages are preferred.
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List 92: Battery Stand System
Features
♦
Complete battery stand platform, including monitoring
options. For more information, refer to SAG588810000.
Restrictions
There must be 1RU of space below the power system.
List 92 cannot be ordered with Lists 4, 93, RA, RB, RC, RD, or
RE.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required. When List 92 is ordered as part of the
power system, the power system can be mounted in a relay
rack on top of the battery stand.
Generic assembly of parts creating a List 92.
Battery stand (number of rows), relay rack (height),
shelf (number of positions), and distribution cabinet
(number of rows) can vary depending on configuration.
2) The system must be ordered in one of the following relay racks:
543151, 543152, 543153, 543154, 543155, 543156, 543157.
3) The system must be equipped with a rectifier shelf.
List 93: Battery Tray, Pre-Cabled
Features
♦
Provides one battery tray that mounts four (4) 12V front terminal VLRA
batteries. Batteries are configured as two (2) 24V strings per tray.
Battery cabling is factory-connected to Power System main bus.
♦
Accepts various Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VLRA) batteries. See
Ordering Notes below.
♦
Tray dimensions are 21.3” wide X 22.4” deep. See 'List 93 (Battery
Tray)' under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a typical battery tray
arrangement.
♦
Trays can be ordered with or without Battery Disconnect circuit breakers. When circuit breakers are
ordered, one is provided in the +24V lead of each battery string (2 circuit breakers per tray).
♦
Inter-battery spacer plates included.
Restrictions
Cannot be used with List RA, RB, RC, RD, RE, or 92.
Maximum number of List 93 per bay is four (4).
A single List 93 must mount at bottom of bay. Multiples of List 93 must mount starting at bottom of bay and
working upward.
Not a stand-alone battery system. Must be used as part of a power system that includes List 1, List 2 or List 5
with List 21, 22, 23, or 24 and List 30.
Ordering Notes
1) Order multiples of List 93 for more than one (1) battery tray. See Restrictions.
2) Order batteries separately. The following table lists batteries recommended for use with List 93.
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Model
Emerson
Network
Power
P/N
C&D
C&D
Deka Unigy I
Douglas
Douglas
Enersys
PowerSafe
Fiamm
Fiamm
GNB Marathon
GNB Marathon
Northstar
TEL12-160F
TEL12-180F
12AVR-150ET
DGS12-150F
DST12-170F
140456
-122018
125453
--
157
181
150
150
170.8
4.95 x 22.01 x 11.14
4.95 x 22.01 x 12.60
4.90 x 22.00 x 11.75
4.90 x 22.00 x 12.70
4.92 x 22.05 x 12.60
7U
8U
8U
8U
8U
115
131
115
137
129.6
12V155F
122010
155
4.92 x 22.09 x 12.44
8U
148
12FAT125
12FAT155
M12V125FT
M12V155FT
NSB170FT
---112795
--
125
155
125
155
167
4.96 x 21.97 x 10.67
4.96 x 21.97 x12.64
4.90 x 22.00 x 11.15
4.90 x 22.00 x 11.15
4.92 x 22.05 x 12.60
7U
8U
7U
7U
8U
110.23
132.25
105
119
131
Rated 8-Hr.
Capacity
(Ah)
Dimension
WxLxH
(Inches)
Required
Tray
Spacing
Weight
per
battery
(lbs)
* See Battery Manufacturer Information located at the end of this document.
3) Specify rack spacing of 7U (12.25”) or 8U (14”) between trays and above top tray as required for battery
clearance. See table above.
4) Specify the batteries you intend to use with each List 93 ordered. Lugs for battery connections vary
according to the batteries to be installed. Battery cables will be lugged as shown in the following table.
The table is provided for reference only.
Battery Lug Kit Part Numbers
(Kit provides two lugs for one tray.)
Battery
Specified
Ordered Without
Circuit Breaker
Ordered With
Circuit Breaker
125A or Higher
Ordered With
Circuit Breaker
100A or Lower
C&D TEL12-160F
C&D TEL12-180F
Deka Unigy I 12AVR-150ET
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528234
528234
528234
Douglas DGS12-150F
528237
528237
528236
Douglas DST12-170F
Enersys PowerSafe 12V155F
Fiamm 12FAT125
Fiamm 12FAT155
GNB Marathon M12V125FT
GNB Marathon M12V155FT
Northstar NSB170FT
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528235
528234
528234
528234
528234
528234
528234
528234
5) Specify with or without Battery Disconnect circuit breakers. Note: All List 93 trays in a bay will be
furnished with or without Battery Disconnect circuit breakers as specified for the first tray ordered.
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6) An assembly for connection of all List 93 is automatically added to the order. Part number depends on
system configuration.
7) If ordering List 93 with circuit breakers, order two (2) circuit breakers per List 93 from the following table.
Ampere
Rating
Part Number
Electrical/Mechanical Trip1 (Black Handle)
Electrical Trip2 (White Handle)
50
256694300
256694400
60
256694700
256694800
70
256695100
256695200
75
256695500
256695600
100
256695900
256696000
125
100765
100762
150
100763
100764
200
121810
121809
Circuit Breaker Alarm Operation:
1
Provides an alarm during an electrical or manual trip condition.
2
Provides an alarm during an electrical trip condition only.
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List AA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509840)
(24) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(24) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to
250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers), or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
7
GROUND
BUSBAR
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
5/8"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LOADS
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List AB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 428316100)
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(3) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS
Restrictions
Can be installed in bus positions A-C (row 1-3) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet. Cannot be installed in bus
position D (row 4) of a 4-bus row cabinet. See also List AC for similar application in bus position D (row 4).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations:
(3) 100A to 250A
(1) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1.5"
1"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
1"
1"
1"
LOADS
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List AC: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 507198)
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(3) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS
Restrictions
For use in a 4-bus row cabinet only. Must be installed in bus position D (row 4). See also List AB for similar
application in bus positions A-C (rows 1-3).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations:
(3) 100A to 250A
(1) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1.5"
1"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
1"
1"
1"
LOADS
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List AD: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509565)
(8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions (Upper Two Rows)
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
1,000A Maximum Capacity (500A per side)
♦
(8) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS
Restrictions
Occupies two distribution rows.
For use in a 4-bus row cabinet only. Must be installed in bus positions C and D (rows 3 and 4). See also List
AE for similar application in bus positions A and B (rows 1 and 3) or B and C (rows 2 and 3).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations per side:
(4) 100A to 250A
(2) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(2) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A and (1) 100A to 250A
Unless otherwise specified circuit breakers are divided between the two sides, and are mounted from left to
right, starting with the highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity on each side.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 32 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD CONNECTIONS
1-7/8"
GROUND
BUSBAR
1"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1"
1"
LOADS
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List AE: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509648)
(8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions (Lower Two Rows)
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
1,000A Maximum Capacity (500A per side)
♦
(8) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS
Restrictions
Occupies two distribution rows.
For use in a 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet. Must be installed in bus positions A and B (rows 1 and 2), or B and
C (rows 2 and 3). See also List AD for similar application in bus positions C and D (rows 3 and 4).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations per side:
(4) 100A to 250A
(2) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(2) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A and (1) 100A to 250A
Unless otherwise specified circuit breakers are divided between the two sides, and are mounted from left to
right, starting with the highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity on each side.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 32 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD CONNECTIONS
1-7/8"
GROUND
BUSBAR
1"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1"
1"
LOADS
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List AG: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514010)
(2) TPH Fuse System Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(2) Distribution Fuse Mounting Positions
(70 to 600A TPH-Type)
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Does not provide connection for load returns (see Ordering Notes).
Ordering Notes
1) To terminate load returns within the distribution cabinet, order one (1) List AH for up to two (2) List AG.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuses (1/4A) per Table 3.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
1"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LOAD
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LOAD
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List AH: Distribution Bus Module Ground Bar Assembly (P/N 500676)
for Use with Up to (2) List AG, AJ, CG, or CJ
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
1000A Maximum Capacity
♦
Groundbar Assembly for Use with Up to Two (2) List AG, AJ, CG, or CJ if internal load returns are
required
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Ordering Notes
1) To terminate load returns within the distribution cabinet, order one (1) List AH for up to two (2) List AG,
List AJ, List CG, or List CJ.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 24 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY
LUG BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT
LENGTH: 1-1/4")
GROUND
BUSBAR
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
1"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
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List AJ: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520819)
(2) TPH Fuse System Positions with Load Metering Shunts
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(2) Distribution Fuse Mounting Positions
(70 to 600A TPH-Type)
♦
(1) Load Shunt (800A, 50mV) per load fuse is provided. Extended shunt leads are 22 AWG stranded
wire, approximately 7-10 ft. long from exit point at bottom of Distribution Cabinet. Each shunt lead is
equipped with a 49.9 ohm current limiting resistor.
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Does not provide connection for load returns (see Ordering Notes).
Ordering Notes
1) To terminate load returns within the distribution cabinet, order one (1) List AH for up to two (2) List AJ.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuses (1/4A) per Table 3.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
1"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LOAD
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LOAD
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List AK: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520805)
(24) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(24) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to
250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers), or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Provides no ground return busbar. Ground return connections must be made outside of Power Distribution
Cabinet, or to List AL.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet. Note: Additional
restrictions apply if used in conjunction with a List AL. See List AL for restrictions.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
3/4"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOADS
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List AL: Distribution Bus Module Ground Bar Assembly
for Use with Up to (2) List AK
Features
♦
Groundbar Assembly for Use with Up to Two (2) List AK when Internal Load Returns are Required
♦
1000A Maximum Capacity
Restrictions
Can be installed in a 2- or 3-bus row cabinet (List 22 or 23). Must be installed in top row.
Must be installed in the same bus row as a List AK.
Ordering Notes
1) To terminate load returns within the distribution cabinet, order one (1) List AL for up to two (2) List AK.
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
5/8"
5/8"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
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List AM: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 524632)
(20) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions
(1) 3-Pole Input Disconnect Fuse/Circuit Breaker Position
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(20) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to
250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers), or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(P/N 514432)”.
♦
(1) Input Disconnect Fuse / Circuit Breaker 3-Pole Mounting Position (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuse / 1
to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker). Disconnects all loads in row from system main bus.
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
7
GROUND
BUSBAR
1/4-20 STUD, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
5/8"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LOADS
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS AND
ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
EMPTY
MOUNTIG
POSITION
INPUT
DISCONNECT
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List BA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520534)
(12) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions with LVD
(8) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions without LVD
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(12) LVD-Controlled Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLSType Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block
Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
(8) Non-LVD-Controlled Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLSType Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block
Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
7
GROUND
BUSBAR
1/4-20 STUD, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
5/8"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
BUS B LOADS
BUS A LOADS
(LVD)
(NO LVD)
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT
LENGTH: 3/4")
LVD
CONTACTOR
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List CA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509848)
(20) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVLD
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(20) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to
250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers), or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(P/N 514432)”.
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
Circuit breakers with greater than 100 ampere rating occupy two mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
7
GROUND
BUSBAR
1/4-20 STUD, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOADS
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
LVD
CONTACTOR
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List CB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 513738)
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVLD
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(3) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-C (row 1-3) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet. Cannot be installed in
bus position D (row 4) of a four-bus row cabinet. See also List CD for similar application in bus position D
(row 4).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations:
(3) 100A to 250A
(1) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
GROUND
BUSBAR
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1.5"
1"
1"
1"
1"
LOADS
LVD
CONTACTOR
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List CD: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 507200)
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVLD
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(3) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS.
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
For use in a 4-bus row cabinet only. Must be installed in bus position D (row 4). See also List CB for similar
application in bus positions A-C (rows 1-3).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations:
(3) 100A to 250A
(1) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1.5"
1"
1"
1"
1"
LOADS
LVD
CONTACTOR
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List CE: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509564)
(8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVLD (Upper Two Rows)
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
1,000A Maximum Capacity (500A per side)
♦
(8) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS.
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Occupies two distribution rows.
For use in a 4-bus row cabinet only. Must be installed in bus positions C and D (rows 3 and 4). See also List
CF for similar application in bus positions A and B (rows 1 and 2).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations per side:
(4) 100A to 250A
(2) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(2) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A and (1) 100A to 250A
Unless otherwise specified circuit breakers are divided between the two sides, and are mounted from left to
right, starting with the highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity on each side.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 32 PLACES(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
UPPER LVD
CONTACTOR
1-7/8"
1"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1"
1"
LOWER LVD
LOADS
LOADS
CONTROLLED BY UPPER CONTROLLED BY LOWER CONTACTOR
LVD CONTACTOR
LVD CONTACTOR
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List CF: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509647)
(8) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVLD (Lower Two Rows)
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
1,000A Maximum Capacity (500A per side)
♦
(8) Load Distribution Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS.
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Occupies two distribution rows.
For use in a 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet. Must be installed in bus positions A and B (rows 1 and 2), or B and
C (rows 2 and 3). See also List CE for similar application in bus positions C and D (rows 3 and 4).
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations per side:
(4) 100A to 250A
(2) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(2) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A and (1) 100A to 250A
Unless otherwise specified circuit breakers are divided between the two sides, and are mounted from left to
right, starting with the highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity on each side.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 32 PLACES(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD CONNECTIONS
UPPER LVD
CONTACTOR
1-7/8"
GROUND
BUSBAR
1"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
1"
1"
LOWER LVD
LOADS
LOADS
CONTROLLED BY UPPER CONTROLLED BY LOWER CONTACTOR
LVD CONTACTOR
LVD CONTACTOR
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List CG: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514035)
(2) TPH Distribution Fuse Positions w/LVLD
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(2) Distribution Fuse Mounting Positions
(70 to 600A TPH-Type)
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Does not provide connection for load returns (see Ordering Notes).
Ordering Notes
1) To terminate load returns within the distribution cabinet, order one (1) List AH for up to two (2) List CG.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuses (1/4A) per Table 3.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2-1/8"
2-1/8"
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
1"
LOAD
LOAD
LVD CONTACTOR
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List CJ: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 520936)
(2) TPH Distribution Fuse Positions with Load Metering Shunts and LVLD
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(2) Distribution Fuse Mounting Positions
(70 to 600A TPH-Type)
♦
(1) Load Shunt (800A, 50mV) per load fuse is provided. Extended shunt leads are 22 AWG stranded
wire, approximately 7-10 ft. long from exit point at bottom of Distribution Cabinet. Each shunt lead is
equipped with a 49.9 ohm current limiting resistor.
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Does not provide connection for load returns (see Ordering Notes).
Ordering Notes
1) To terminate load returns within the distribution cabinet, order one (1) List AH for up to two (2) List CJ.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuses (1/4A) per Table 3.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT,
6 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2-1/8"
2-1/8"
1"
LOAD
LOAD
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
LVD CONTACTOR
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List EA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 509852)
(16) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and (4) Fuse/Circuit Breaker Battery Disconnect Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(16) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to
250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers), or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(P/N 514432)”.
♦
(4) Battery Disconnect Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers)
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per Distribution Cabinet.
Must be installed in bus position A or B (row 1 or 2) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used in second row of a 3-bus row cabinet in List 1 if used with List 2.
Cannot be used in second row of a 3-bus row cabinet in List 2.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
8
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
3/4"
GROUND
BUSBAR
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
LOADS
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
BATTERY
DISCONNNECTS
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List GB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 513806)
(8) Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVD and (1) TPH Fuse Battery Disconnect Position
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(8) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to
250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers), or accepts “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit
(P/N 514432)”.
♦
(1) Battery Disconnect Fuse Mounting Position (70 to 600A TPH-Type)
♦
Low Voltage Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per Distribution Cabinet.
Must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single TPS/TLS-type fuseholder or Bullet Nose-type circuit
breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order load distribution fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order battery disconnect fuse as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuse (1/4A) per Table 3.
4) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
5) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
6) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
8
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 6 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST
PROVIDE LUG BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-14")
1/4-20 STUD, 16 PLACES
CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY
ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
1-3/4"
2-1/2"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
LOAD
CONNECTIONS
3/4"
BATTERY (LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
1"
5/8"
5/8"
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE,
16 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
LOADS
BATTERY
DISCONNECT
LVD
CONTACTOR
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List JA: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 509906)
(4) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and
(16) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and -48V)
♦
500A Maximum Total Capacity, 200A Maximum –48V Subsystem Capacity
♦
(4) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers)
♦
(16) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (-48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet. If a distribution bus
module is mounted directly beneath, that module must be a List AA, AE, AK, AM, BA, CA, CF, EA, NA, NB,
RA, or RB. If ordering more than one (1) List 60, List JA must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of the
distribution cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
GROUND
BUSBAR
-48V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SUBSYSTEM)
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
+24V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SYSTEM)
5/8"
-48V LOADS (SUBSYSTEM)
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT
LENGTH: 3/4")
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
-48V INPUT
(Factory Connection)
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List JB: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 513808)
(12) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and
(8) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and -48V)
♦
500A Maximum Total Capacity, 200A Maximum –48V Subsystem Capacity
♦
(12) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
(8) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (-48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet. If a distribution bus
module is mounted directly beneath, that module must be a List AA, AE, AK, AM, BA, CA, CF, EA, GB, NA,
NB, RA, or RB. If ordering more than one (1) List 60, List JB must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of the
distribution cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
GROUND
BUSBAR
-48V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SUBSYSTEM)
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
+24V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SYSTEM)
5/8"
-48V LOADS
(SUBSYSTEM)
-48V INPUT
(Factory
Connection)
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List JC: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 524403)
(14) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and
(6) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and -48V)
♦
500A Maximum Total Capacity, 200A Maximum –48V Subsystem Capacity
♦
(14) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
(6) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (-48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet. If a distribution bus
module is mounted directly beneath, that module must be a List AA, AE, AK, AM, BA, CA, CF, EA, GB, NA,
NB, RA, or RB. If ordering more than one (1) List 60, List JC must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of the
distribution cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
GROUND
BUSBAR
-48V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SUBSYSTEM)
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
+24V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SYSTEM)
5/8"
-48V LOADS
(SUBSYSTEM)
-48V INPUT
(Factory
Connection)
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List JD: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 524788)
(14) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and
(8) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and –48V)
♦
500A Maximum Total Capacity, 200A Maximum –48V Subsystem Capacity
♦
(14) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
(8) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (–48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet. If a distribution bus
module is mounted directly beneath, that module must be a List AA, AE, AK, AM, BA, CA, CF, EA, GB, NA,
NB, RA, or RB. If ordering more than one (1) List 60, List JD must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of the
distribution cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
+24V SYSTEM
LOAD CONNECTIONS
-48V SUBSYSTEM
LOAD CONNECTIONS
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
-48V LOADS
(SUBSYSTEM)
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
-48V INPUT
(Factory
Connection)
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 44 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
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List KA: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 520507)
(4) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions and
(16) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and -48V)
♦
320A Maximum +24V System bus capacity, 480A Maximum –48V Subsystem bus capacity.
♦
(4) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers.
♦
(16) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (-48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1/4-20 STUD, 48 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
GROUND
BUSBAR
-48V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SUBSYSTEM)
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
+24V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SYSTEM)
5/8"
-48V LOADS (SUBSYSTEM)
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT
LENGTH: 3/4")
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
-48V INPUT
(Factory Connection)
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List LB: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 513807)
(8) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVD and
(8) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and -48V)
♦
500A Maximum Total Capacity, 200A Maximum –48V Subsystem Capacity
♦
(8) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
(8) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (-48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
Low Voltage System Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet. If a distribution bus
module is mounted directly beneath, that module must be a List AA, AE, AK, AM, BA, CA, CF, EA, GB, NA,
NB, RA, or RB. If ordering more than one (1) List 60, List LB must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of the
distribution cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1/4-20 STUD, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
5/8"
-48V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SUBSYSTEM)
+24V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SYSTEM)
5/8"
-48V LOADS
(SUBSYSTEM)
-48V INPUT
(Factory
Connection)
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
LVD
CONTACTOR
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 32 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List LC: Distribution Bus Module (Part No. 514623)
(12) +24V Fuse/Circuit Breaker System Positions w/LVD and
(4) –48V Fuse/Circuit Breaker Subsystem Positions
Features
♦
Dual Voltage Distribution (+24V and -48V)
♦
500A Maximum Total Capacity, 200A Maximum –48V Subsystem Capacity
♦
(12) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (+24V System Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers, or accepts “GMT Load Distribution
Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)”.
♦
(4) Load Distribution Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions (-48V Subsystem Voltage) (3 to 100A
TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breakers.
♦
Low Voltage System Load Disconnect Contactor
Restrictions
Limit one dual voltage bus (List JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, LC) per power system.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-bus row cabinet. If a distribution bus
module is mounted directly beneath, that module must be a List AA, AE, AK, AM, BA, CA, CF, EA, GB, NA,
NB, RA, or RB. If ordering more than one (1) List 60, List LC must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of the
distribution cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 AWG.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order load lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332 as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1/4-20 STUD, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
LOAD RETURN
CONNECTIONS
GROUND
BUSBAR
5/8"
-48V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SUBSYSTEM)
+24V LOAD
CONNECTIONS
(SYSTEM)
5/8"
-48V
LOADS
-48V INPUT
(SUB(Factory
SYSTEM) Connection)
+24V LOADS
(SYSTEM)
LVD
CONTACTOR
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 32 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List NA: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514336)
(20) Fuse/Circuit Breaker Battery Disconnect Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(20) Battery Disconnect Fuse / Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(3 to 100A TPS/TLS-Type Fuses / 1 to 250A Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers)
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per Distribution Cabinet.
Must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Unless otherwise specified fuses and/or circuit breakers are mounted from left to right, starting with the
highest capacity and working to the lowest capacity.
125A, 150A, and 200A circuit breakers occupy two mounting positions. 250A circuit breakers occupy three
mounting positions.
Caution: A circuit breaker or fuse with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty
mounting position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder or circuit breaker position is 2 gauge.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8.
Also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder per fuse ordered.
3) Order battery and return lugs (two hole, 1/4” bolt clearance hole, 5/8” centers) as required for each
distribution position per Table 9 or 11.
4) Order lug hardware kit, P/N 520332, as required. Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and
ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nose-type distribution assembly.
1
GROUND
BUSBAR
1/4-20 STUD, 40 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY ADDITIONAL HARDWARE)
3/4"
5/8"
BATT. RETURN
CONNECTIONS
5/8"
BATTERY
CONNECTIONS
BATTERY DISCONNECTS
1/4-20 THREADED HOLE, 40 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST
SUPPLY LUG BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 3/4")
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List NB: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 513809)
(3) GJ/218 Circuit Breaker Battery Disconnect Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(3) Battery Disconnect Circuit Breaker Mounting Positions
(100 to 600A GJ/218-Type) NOTE RESTRICTIONS
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per Distribution Cabinet.
Must be installed in bus position A or B (row 1 or 2) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used in second row of a 3-bus row cabinet in List 1 if used with List 2.
Cannot be used in second row of a 3-bus row cabinet in List 2.
Panel is designed to mount circuit breakers in the following possible combinations:
(3) 100A to 250A
(1) 100A to 250A and (1) 300A or 400A
(1) 600A
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers and associated jumper kits as required per Tables 5 and 6.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8” bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
BATTERY (LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 6 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
1"
1"
1"
BATTERY DISCONNECT
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List NC: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514025)
(1) TPH Fuse Battery Disconnect Position
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
500A Maximum Capacity
♦
(1) Battery Disconnect Fuse Mounting Position
(70 to 600A TPH-Type)
Restrictions
Can be installed in any bus position A-D (row 1-4) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Ordering Notes
1) Order fuses as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuses (1/4A) per Table 3.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST
SUPPLY LUG BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
BATTERY
(RETURN SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
BATTERY (LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
1"
1"
GROUND
BUSBAR
BATTERY
DISCONNECT
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List ND: Distribution Bus Module (P/N 514030)
(2) TPH Fuse Battery Disconnect Positions
Features
♦
Single Voltage Distribution (+24V)
♦
960A Maximum Capacity
♦
(2) Battery Disconnect Fuse Mounting Positions
(70 to 600A TPH-Type)
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per Distribution Cabinet.
Must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Ordering Notes
1) Order fuses as required per Table 4. Order replacement alarm fuses (1/4A) per Table 3.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required for each distribution position
per Table 10.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST
SUPPLY LUG BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
2-1/8" 2-1/8"
1"
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
BATTERY DISCONNECTS
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List RA: 1200A Low Voltage Battery Disconnect (LVBD)
Contactor and Control Circuit (P/N 540808)
Features
♦
Provides a battery disconnect contactor, which is mounted in bus position A (row 1) of the Distribution
Cabinet.
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per System.
Must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used with List 92, 93, RB, RC, RD, or RE.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required Table 10.
1-1/4"
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
1-1/4"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 4 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
1"
CLEARANCE HOLES FOR 3/8 BOLT, 2 PLACES
FOR MOUNTING LUG ON BACK SIDE OF BUSBAR
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS, NUTS AND
ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
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List RB: 1200A Manual Battery Disconnect Contactor
with Local and Remote Alarm (P/N 540809)
Features
♦
Provides a battery disconnect contactor with manual control circuit, which is mounted in bus position A
(row 1) of the Distribution Cabinet.
♦
Also provides one set of Form C relay contacts for connection to customer external alarms.
Restrictions
Limit one bus arrangement of this type per System.
Must be installed in bus position A (row 1) of a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used with List 92, 93, RA, RC, RD, or RE.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required Table 10.
1-1/4"
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
1-1/4"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 4 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
1"
CLEARANCE HOLES FOR 3/8 BOLT,
2 PLACES FOR MOUNTING LUG ON
BACK SIDE OF BUSBAR (CUSTOMER
MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS, NUTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
MANUAL BATTERY
DISCONNECT SWITCH
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List RC: 2000A Manual Battery Disconnect Contactor
with Local and Remote Alarm (P/N 528446)
Features
♦
Provides a battery disconnect contactor with manual control circuit.
♦
Mounted on external rear of the Distribution Cabinet; uses no distribution row positions inside cabinet.
♦
Includes (1) extension plate (P/N 514713) for the Distribution Cabinet ground return busbar. Plate
provides three pairs of clearance holes for 3/8” hardware on 1” centers. Allows back-to-back lug landing
for up to six lugs. See "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions, Input Battery (Connections to
Optional Battery Busbar Extension Kit P/N 514713 Installed in Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets)"
under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing.
♦
Also provides one set of Form C relay contacts for connection to customer external alarms.
Restrictions
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Limit one List RC per Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be used in a 1-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used if List 1 is used with List 2. (Can be used if List 1 is used alone or with List 5.)
Cannot be used with List 92, 93, RA, RB, RD, or RE.
Rear access required for installation and maintenance.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required Table 10.
FRONT VIEW
BAT DISC
NORM
DISC
MANUAL BATTERY
DISCONNECT SWITCH
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
2"
1"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
(1) GROUND RETURN BUSBAR EXTENSION
PLATE PROVIDED. SEE "DIMENSIONS OF
BATTERY BUSBAR EXTENSION KIT, PART
NO. 514713" FOR DIMENSIONS.
REAR VIEW
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List RD: 2000A Low Voltage/Manual Battery Disconnect
Contactor with Battery Current Monitoring (P/N 528447)
Features
♦
Provides a battery disconnect contactor with Low Voltage and manual control.
♦
Includes shunt for battery charge/discharge current monitoring (25mV @ 2000A).
♦
Mounted on external rear of the Distribution Cabinet; uses no distribution row positions inside cabinet.
♦
Includes (1) extension plate (P/N 514713) for the Distribution Cabinet ground return busbar. Plate
provides three pairs of clearance holes for 3/8” hardware on 1” centers. Allows back-to-back lug landing
for up to six lugs. See "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions, Input Battery (Connections to
Optional Battery Busbar Extension Kit P/N 514713 Installed in Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets)"
under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing.
♦
Also provides one set of Form C relay contacts for connection to customer external alarms.
Restrictions
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Limit one List RD per Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be used in a 1-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used if List 1 is used with List 2. (Can be used if List 1 is used alone or with List 5.)
Cannot be used with List 92, 93, RA, RB, RC, or RE.
Rear access required for installation and maintenance.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required Table 10.
FRONT VIEW
BAT DISC
NORM
DISC
MANUAL BATTERY
DISCONNECT SWITCH
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
2"
1"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
(1) GROUND RETURN BUSBAR EXTENSION
PLATE PROVIDED. SEE "DIMENSIONS OF
BATTERY BUSBAR EXTENSION KIT, PART
NO. 514713" FOR DIMENSIONS.
REAR VIEW
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List RE: 2000A Low Voltage Battery Disconnect
Contactor with Battery Current Monitoring (P/N 535064)
Features
♦
Provides a battery disconnect contactor with low voltage control.
♦
Includes shunt for battery charge/discharge current monitoring (25mV @ 2000A).
♦
Mounted on external rear of the Distribution Cabinet; uses no distribution row positions inside cabinet.
♦
Includes (1) extension plate (P/N 514713) for the Distribution Cabinet ground return busbar. Plate
provides three pairs of clearance holes for 3/8” hardware on 1” centers. Allows back-to-back lug landing
for up to six lugs. See "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions, Input Battery (Connections to
Optional Battery Busbar Extension Kit P/N 514713 Installed in Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets)"
under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing.
♦
Also provides one set of Form C relay contacts for connection to customer external alarms.
Restrictions
Same as List RD except does NOT include manual battery disconnect switch.
Must be installed in Main Bay (List 1) only.
Limit one List RE per Distribution Cabinet.
Cannot be used in a 1-bus row cabinet.
Cannot be used if List 1 is used with List 2. (Can be used if List 1 is used alone or with List 5.)
Cannot be used with List 92, 93, RA, RB, RC, or RD.
Rear access required for installation and maintenance.
Ordering Notes
1) Order as required.
2) Order battery lugs (two hole, 3/8 bolt clearance hole, 1” centers) as required Table 10.
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
CONNECTIONS
2"
1"
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG
BOLTS AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
(1) GROUND RETURN BUSBAR EXTENSION
PLATE PROVIDED. SEE "DIMENSIONS OF
BATTERY BUSBAR EXTENSION KIT, PART
NO. 514713" FOR DIMENSIONS.
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Relay Racks
Features
♦
The system is factory mounted to the relay rack specified when ordered.
♦
System components may be ordered without a relay rack. When ordered without a relay rack, the system
is mounted on shipping brackets bolted to a shipping skid. The shipping brackets can mount a system up
to 20U high.
Ordering Notes
1) Order from relay racks listed in Table 1.
Part
Number
Size
Available Mounting
Positions (1RU = 1-3/4”)
Notes
543151
25.656”H x 23”W
13RU
Welded (Notes 1, 3)
543152
27.406”H x 23”W
14RU
Welded (Notes 1, 3)
543153
36.156”H x 23”W
19RU
Welded (Notes 1, 3)
543154
39.656”H x 23”W
21RU
Welded (Notes 1, 3)
543155
43.156”H x 23”W
23RU
Welded (Notes 1, 3)
543156
51.906”H x 23”W
28RU
Welded
543157
71.156”H x 23”W
39RU
Welded
543161
6’0”H x 23”W
37RU
Welded
543162
7’0”H x 23”W
45RU
Welded
541340
7’0”H x 23”W
45RU
Seismic (Notes 1, 2, and 3)
543163
7’6”H x 23”W
48RU
Welded
543164
8’0””H x 23”W
51RU
Welded
Note 1: Complies with Bellcore Seismic Zone 4 requirements.
Note 2: The DC output cabling may be restricted by the top angle of the relay rack.
Note 3: Seismic (Zone 4) compliant ONLY when system DOES NOT contain any of the
following components: List 93 Battery Tray
Table 1
Available Relay Racks
Ship Loose Option
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Features
♦
Transition Plate Kits can be ordered to mount relay rack P/Ns 543151, 543152, 543153, 543154, 543155,
543156, and 543157 on top of GNB Absolyte IIP Battery Stands.
♦
Each kit consists of two transition plates with three hole patterns and hardware (3/8") to mount the plates
to the above listed relay racks. Customer must supply hardware to mount the transition plates to the
battery stands.
Restrictions
Used with relay rack P/Ns 543151, 543152, 543153, 543154, 543155, 543156, and 543157only.
Ordering Notes
1) Order P/N 509819 for a Transition Plate Kit to mount relay rack on top of battery with outside dimensions
of…
26.75" x 26.38",
35.75" x 26.38", or
42.50" x 26.38".
2) Order P/N 514880 for a Transition Plate Kit to mount relay rack on top of battery with outside dimensions
of…
29.00" x 26.38",
35.50" x 26.35", or
40.25" x 26.38".
TRANSITION
PLATES
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GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit (P/N 514432)
(10) GMT Fuse Positions
Features
♦
Provides ten (10) load distribution fuse positions (1/4A to 15A GMT alarm-type fuses).
♦
Single voltage distribution (+24V).
♦
Mounts in five (5) distribution positions of any “Bullet Nose” Distribution Bus Module.
♦
Screw clamp type load and load return terminals provided.
♦
Includes ten (10) dummy fuses equipped with safety fuse covers.
♦
Includes 35A input fuse and associate alarm fuse.
Restrictions
30A maximum capacity.
Terminal block wire size capacity: 24 to 14 AWG.
Can be used in a List AA, AK, AM, BA, CA, EA, GB, JA, JB, JC, JD, KA, LB, and LC Distribution Bus Module
only.
When factory-ordered, installation order of the assembly will be from top to bottom and right to left (see
illustration below for 4-row example), unless otherwise specified.
Ordering Notes
1) Order kit P/N 514432 as required. Provides one (1) 10-Position GMT Fuse Distribution Assembly P/N
509128, one (1) Ground Return Link, and hardware.
2) Order fuses as required per Table 2 (GMT Fuses).
3) Located on the P/N 509128 Assembly is an input fuse. If this fuse opens, an alarm type fuse (fuse
position #11) also opens to activate the system fuse alarm circuit. For replacement fuses, order as
follows:
Input Fuse F12: P/N 110982 (Bussmann TPS-35LB, 35A)
Alarm Fuse F11: P/N 248610200 (Bussmann GMT-1/4, 1/4A)
TB1
F1
F2
F3
F12
F4
F5
F6 F7
F8
5th GMT
Fuse
Assy.
1st GMT
Fuse
Assy.
F9 F10
6th GMT
Fuse
Assy.
2nd GMT
Fuse
Assy.
F11
7th GMT
Fuse
Assy.
3rd GMT
Fuse
Assy.
8th GMT
Fuse
Assy.
4th GMT
Fuse
Assy.
Part No. 509128
Mounting Order for Multiple Part No. 509128
(4 Row Cabinet Shown)
Rear View
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Features
♦
An optional “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit” (see previous section) is available for
additional load distribution.
Restrictions
When used for power distribution, load should not exceed 80% of device rating, except 10 and 15 amp fuses,
for which load should not exceed 70% of device rating.
Ordering Notes
1) Order fuses as required per Table 2 (GMT Fuses).
Ampere Rating
Part Number
Fuse Color
18/100 (GMT-A)
1/4
1/2
3/4
1-1/3
2
3
5
7-1/2
10
15
Replacement
Safety Fuse
Cover (GMT-Y)
Replacement
Dummy Fuse
248610301
248610200
248610300
248610500
248610700
248610800
248610900
248611000
248611300
248611200
248611500
--VIOLET
RED
BROWN
WHITE
ORANGE
BLUE
GREEN
BLACK-WHITE
RED-WHITE
RED-BLUE
102774
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248872600
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Table 2
GMT Fuses
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Ordering Notes
1) Order replacement fuses as required per Table 3 (Replaceable Alarm, Reference, and Control Fuses).
Assembly
Interconnect/
LVD Inhibit
Circuit Card
A1
(P/N 509532)
Size
(Amperes)
Type
Part No.
1-1/3
1-1/3
1-1/3
1-1/3
1-1/3
Bussmann GMT
Bussmann GMT
Bussmann GMT
Bussmann GMT
Bussmann GMT
248610700
248610700
248610700
248610700
248610700
1-1/3
Bussmann GMT
248610700
F7
F8
F9
Subsystem Voltage Monitoring
System Voltage Monitoring
Fuse Alarm
LVD Side A
LVD Side B
Converter Fail Alarm Relays
(List 71 only)
Not Used
Sense Voltage
Battery Stand Shunt POD Circuit Card
5
1-1/3
1-1/3
248611000
248610700
248610700
--
--
--
Bussmann GMT
Bussmann GMT
Bussmann GMT
Safety Fuse Cover
(GMT-X)
Desig.
Function
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
Distribution
Bus Module
with TPH Fuse
Block(s)
FA
TPS/TLS
Fuseholders
(P/N 117201)
FA
Fuse Alarm
--
--
1/4
--
--
Fuse Alarm
18/100
--
--
Bussmann GMT
248898700
248610200
Safety Fuse Cover
248898700
(GMT-X)
Bussmann GMT-A 248610301
Safety Fuse Cover
248898700
(GMT-X)
GMT
Fuse Block See “GMT Load Distribution Fuse Block Assembly Kit” under ACCESSORY
Assembly
DESCRIPTIONS for replaceable fuses part numbers.
(P/N 509128)
Table 3
Replaceable Alarm, Reference, and Control Fuses
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Restrictions
A bus arrangement must be specified that contains a TPH-type fuseholder.
Load should not exceed 80% of device rating.
Ordering Notes
1) Order fuses as required per Table 4 (TPH Fuses).
TPH Fuse
Ampere Rating
Part Number
for wire size and
lug selection,
refer to the
following table
70
80
100
150
200
225
250
300
400
500
600
119437
119438
119440
119581
119582
119583
119584
119585
119586
119587
119588
Table 13
Table 4
TPH Fuses
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Restrictions
A bus arrangement must be specified that contains GJ/218-type circuit breaker positions.
Load should not exceed 80% of device rating.
Refer to Table 5 for required distribution row mounting positions.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 5 (GJ/218 Circuit Breakers).
2) Order a jumper kit as required for each circuit breaker per Table 6 (Breaker Jumper Kits).
GJ/218 Circuit Breakers
Ampere
Rating
Number
of
Positions
P/N
Electrical/
Mechanical Trip1
without
Internal Shunt
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
300
400
600
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
256621700
256621600
256621800
256621900
256622200
256622900
256623500
256625300
256626200
256628200
1, 2
P/N
P/N
Electrical Trip2 Electrical Trip2
without
Internal Shunt
256621300
256621400
256622400
256622500
256622600
256622700
256623400
103572
256626300
103571
with
Internal Shunt
(25mV @ full
rated load) 3
516184
516187
516185
516186
516188
516189
516190
----
P/N
Electrical/
Mechanical Trip1
with
Internal Shunt
(25mV @ full
rated load) 3
123580
123631
123632
123633
123634
123635
123636
----
for wire size
and lug
selection,
refer to the
following
table
Table 13
Circuit Breaker Alarm Operation:
Provides an alarm during an electrical or manual trip condition.
2
Provides an alarm during an electrical trip condition only.
1
3
Extended shunt leads are 22 AWG stranded wire, approximately 7-10 ft. long from exit point at bottom of
Distribution Cabinet. Each shunt lead is equipped with a 49.9 ohm current limiting resistor.
Table 5
GJ/218 Circuit Breakers
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Breaker
Ampere
Rating
100A-250A
300A, 400A
600A
Distribution Bus
Module List No.
AB, AC, AD, AE,
CB, CD, CE, CF, NB
AB, CB, NB
AC, CD
AD, AE, CE, CF
AB, CB, NB
AC, CD
AD, AE, CE, CF
Breaker Jumper Kit P/N
(Order 1 of the following kits
for each circuit breaker W/O
an internal shunt.)
Breaker Jumper Kit P/N
(Order 1 of the following kits
for each circuit breaker WITH
an internal shunt.)
503787
513731
500133
509060
513961
500131
509061
513957
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Table 6
GJ/218 Circuit Breaker Jumper Kits
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Features
♦
Each circuit breaker (as listed in Table 7) plugs into one, two, or three mounting position(s) on a
Distribution Bus Module containing Bullet Nose-type distribution positions.
♦
A single fuseholder provides for installation of a 3 to 100 ampere Bussmann TPS-type or Littelfuse
TLS-type fuse (as listed in Table 8). This fuseholder plugs into a single mounting position on a
Distribution Bus Module containing Bullet Nose-type distribution positions. This fuseholder provides a
GMT-A alarm type fuse, which operates open to provide an alarm indication if the associated distribution
fuse opens.
Restrictions
Load should not exceed 80% of device rating.
Install distribution devices from left to right, starting with the highest capacity and working to the lowest
capacity.
Caution: A circuit breaker with a rating greater than 150 amperes SHALL HAVE an empty mounting
position between it and any other overcurrent protective device.
Ordering Notes
1) Order circuit breakers as required per Table 7 (Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers).
2) Order fuses as required per Table 8 (Bullet Nose-Type Fuseholders and TPS/TLS Fuses). For each fuse
ordered, also order one (1) P/N 117201 bullet nose-type fuseholder.
3) When ordering 125A, 150A, 200A, or 250A circuit breakers, associated crimp lugs must be ordered from
Table 11 (Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap Combination).
Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breaker
TPS/TLS
Fuse
Alarm Fuse
Replacement
P/N 248610301
Safety Fuse Cover
Replacement
P/N 248898700
Bullet Nose-Type
Fuseholder, P/N 117201
(includes Fuseholder, Alarm Fuse,
and Alarm Fuse Safety Cover)
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for wire size and
lug selection,
refer to the
following table
Ampere
Rating
Number of
Poles (and
Mounting
Positions)
Electrical Trip1
(White Handle)
Electrical/
Mechanical Trip2
(Black Handle)
1
3
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
70
75
80
100
125
150
200
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
102272
102273
102274
102275
102276
102277
102278
102279
102280
102281
121998
102282
102283
102284
102285
121996
102286
516991
516993
121831
101596
101597
101598
101599
101600
101601
101602
101603
101604
101605
121997
101606
101607
101608
101609
121995
101610
516838
516839
121832
Table 12
121836
Order (1) P/N
514717 adapter kit
per 250A Bullet
Nose Type circuit
breaker ordered.
Order lugs per
Table 11.
250
3
121835
Circuit Breaker Alarm Operation:
1
Provides an alarm during an electrical trip condition only.
2
Provides an alarm during an electrical or manual trip condition.
Table 7
Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers
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Ampere
Rating
Part
Number
Bussmann
P/N
3
5
6
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
248230900
248231000
248231200
248231500
248231800
248232100
248232400
248232700
248233300
248233900
248234200
248234500
118413
118414
118415
TPS-3
TPS-5
TPS-6
TPS-10
TPS-15
TPS-20
TPS-25
TPS-30
TPS-40
TPS-50
TPS-60
TPS-70
----
Bullet Nose-Type Fuseholder
Littelfuse
P/N
for wire size and
lug selection,
refer to the
following table
TLS003
TLS005
TLS006
TLS010
TLS015
TLS020
TLS025
Table 12
TLS030
TLS040
TLS050
TLS060
TLS070
TLS080
TLS090
TLS100
P/N 117201
(Includes Fuseholder, 18/100A GMT-A
Alarm Fuse, and GMT-X Safety Fuse Cover)
Table 8
Bullet Nose-Type Fuseholders and TPS/TLS Fuses
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Load Distribution Wire Sizes and Lugs Selection
Features
♦
When Distribution Bus Modules Using Bullet Nose-Type Devices (TPS/TLS Fuses and/or Bullet
Nose-Type Circuit Breakers) are Provided: Lug-terminated load leads are connected to the individual
load busbars located on the Distribution Bus Module and the respective distribution ground busbar.
The individual load busbars provide 1/4-20 threaded holes for installation of customer-provided two-hole
lugs that have 5/8 inch centers and 1/4 inch bolt clearance holes. Customer must provide lug mounting
bolts and hardware.
The distribution ground busbar provides 1/4-20 studs for installation of the same type of customerprovided lugs. Customer must provide lug mounting hardware.
Refer to the illustrations under the LIST DESCRIPTIONS for a dimensional drawing.
Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder/circuit breaker position is 2 AWG. For wiring
up to 350 kcmil, see Table 11 (Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap Combination), or see the following
part numbers in ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS for available adapter busbars: 514717, 534449, and
514714.
♦
When Distribution Bus Modules Using GJ/218 Circuit Breakers or TPH Fuses are Provided: Lugterminated load leads are connected to the individual load busbars located on the Distribution Bus
Module and the respective distribution ground busbar.
The individual load busbars provide 3/8-16 captive nuts for installation of customer-provided two-hole lugs
that have 1 inch centers and 3/8 inch bolt clearance holes. Customer must provide lug mounting bolts
and hardware.
The distribution ground busbar provides 3/8-16 captive nuts for installation of the same type of customerprovided lugs. Customer must provide lug mounting bolts and hardware.
Refer to the illustrations under the LIST DESCRIPTIONS for a dimensional drawing.
Restrictions
See 'Features' above.
Ordering Notes
1) The rating of the distribution device determines the load lead wire size requirement. The Distribution Bus
Module ordered determines the lug hole size and spacing requirements. For wire size and lug selection;
refer to the following.
a) When Distribution Bus Modules Using Bullet Nose-Type Devices (TPS/TLS Fuses and/or Bullet
Nose-Type Circuit Breakers) are Provided: The individual load busbars and associated ground
busbar are designed to accommodate the lugs listed in Tables 9 and 11. Use Table 12 to select
recommended load distribution wire sizes and lugs for various loop lengths per fuse/circuit breaker
ampere rating.
b) When Distribution Bus Modules Using GJ/218 Circuit Breakers or TPH Fuses are Provided:
The individual load busbars and associated ground busbar are designed to accommodate the lugs
listed in Table 10. Use Table 13 to select recommended load distribution wire sizes and lugs for
various loop lengths per fuse/circuit breaker ampere rating.
2) For other available lugs and hardware, refer to drawings 031110100 through 031110300.
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Input Battery Wire Sizes and Lugs Selection
Features
♦
When Distribution Bus Modules Providing Battery Disconnect Fuse/Circuit Breaker Positions are
Provided:
a) When Distribution Bus Modules Using Bullet Nose-Type Devices (TPS/TLS Fuses and/or Bullet
Nose-Type Circuit Breakers) are Provided: Lug-terminated input battery leads are connected to
the individual battery busbars located on the Distribution Bus Module and the respective battery
return busbar.
Battery Load Side: The individual input battery busbars provide 1/4-20 threaded holes for
installation of customer-provided two-hole lugs that have 5/8 inch centers and 1/4 inch bolt
clearance holes. Refer to the illustrations under the LIST DESCRIPTIONS for a dimensional
drawing. Maximum size of wire to be connected to a single fuseholder/circuit breaker position is
2 AWG. For wiring up to 350 kcmil, see Table 11 (Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap
Combination), or see the following part numbers in ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS for available
adapter busbars: 514717, 534449, and 514714.
Battery Return Side: The battery return busbar provides 3/8-16 and 1/4-20 captive nuts for
installation of customer-provided two-hole lugs that have 1 or 5/8 inch centers and 3/8 or 1/4 inch
bolt clearance holes, respectively. Refer to "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions"
under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing. Customer must provide lug
mounting bolts and hardware.
b) When Distribution Bus Modules Using GJ/218 Circuit Breakers or TPH Fuses are Provided:
Lug-terminated input battery leads are connected to the individual battery busbars located on the
Distribution Bus Module and the respective battery return busbar.
Battery Load Side: The individual input battery busbars provide 3/8-16 captive nuts for
installation of customer-provided two-hole lugs that have 1 inch centers and 3/8 inch bolt
clearance holes. Refer to the illustrations under the LIST DESCRIPTIONS for a dimensional
drawing. Customer must provide lug mounting bolts and hardware.
Battery Return Side: The battery return busbar provides 3/8-16 and 1/4-20 captive nuts for
installation of customer-provided two-hole lugs that have 1 or 5/8 inch centers and 3/8 or 1/4 inch
bolt clearance holes, respectively. Refer to "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions"
under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing. Customer must provide lug
mounting bolts and hardware.
♦
When Distribution Bus Modules with Battery Disconnect Fuse/Circuit Breaker Positions are NOT
Provided: Lug-terminated input battery leads are connected to the battery busbar and battery return
busbar. These busbars provide 3/8-16 and 1/4-20 captive nuts for installation of customer-provided two
hole lugs that have 1 or 5/8 inch centers and 3/8 or 1/4 inch bolt clearance holes, respectively. Customer
must provide lug mounting bolts and hardware. Refer to "Electrical Connection Locations and
Dimensions" under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing.
Restrictions
See 'Features' above.
Ordering Notes
1) When Distribution Bus Modules Providing Battery Disconnect Fuse/Circuit Breaker Positions are
Provided: The rating of the disconnect device determines the input battery lead wire size requirement.
The Distribution Bus Module ordered determines the lug hole size and spacing requirements. For wire
size and lug selection; refer to the following.
a) When Distribution Bus Modules Using Bullet Nose-Type Devices (TPS/TLS Fuses and/or Bullet
Nose-Type Circuit Breakers) are Provided: The individual input battery busbars and associated
battery return busbar are designed to accommodate the lugs listed in Tables 9 and 11. Use Table 12
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to select recommended battery wire sizes and lugs for various loop lengths per battery
disconnect fuse/circuit breaker ampere rating. Table 13 may be used to select two-hole lugs
with 3/8 inch bolt clearance holes and 1 inch centers for the battery return busbar.
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b) When Distribution Bus Modules Using GJ/218 Circuit Breakers or TPH Fuses are Provided:
The individual input battery busbars and associated battery return busbar are designed to
accommodate the lugs listed in Table 10. Use Table 13 to select recommended battery wire sizes
and lugs for various loop lengths per battery disconnect fuse/circuit breaker ampere rating.
2) When Distribution Bus Modules with Battery Disconnect Fuse/Circuit Breaker Positions are NOT
Provided: Battery wire size and lug requirements are determined by site requirements. For wire size
and lug selection; refer to the following.
The battery busbars are designed to accommodate the lugs listed in Tables 9 and 10. Use Table 13
to select recommended battery wire sizes and lugs for various loop lengths per required battery
branch circuit ampere rating. Table 12 may be used to select two-hole lugs with 1/4 inch bolt
clearance holes and 5/8 inch centers.
Note:
Lists RA, RB, RC, RD, and RE do not provide 1/4-20 captive nuts on the battery busbar; only
3/8-16 captive nuts are furnished.
3) For other available lugs and hardware, refer to drawings 031110100 through 031110300.
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Standard Crimp Lug Tables
Lead Size
Part Number
14-10 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
2 AWG
245342300
245390200
245346700
245346800
245346900
Table 9
Crimp Lug
Two-Hole, 1/4” Bolt Clearance Hole, 5/8” Centers
Lead Size
Part Number
6 AWG
4 AWG
2 AWG
1/0 AWG
2/0 AWG
3/0 AWG
4/0 AWG
250 kcmil
300 kcmil
350 kcmil
400 kcmil
500 kcmil
600 kcmil
750 kcmil
245349900
245350000
245348200
245347100
245347200
245347300
245347400
245347500
245347600
245347700
245347800
245347900
245348000
245348100
Table 10
Crimp Lug
Two-Hole, 3/8” Bolt Clearance Hole, 1” Centers
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Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap Combination Table
Features
♦
Straps two fuseholder/circuit breaker wiring positions together, and provides a crimp-type lug which
allows distribution wiring up to 350 kcmil size (maximum size of wire to be connected to a single position
is 2 AWG). Designed for use with 125 ampere and larger bullet nose-type circuit breakers or TPS/TLStype fuses, which require at least two mounting positions.
Restrictions
If used with bullet nose-type circuit breakers or TPS/TLS-type fuses smaller than 125 amperes, an empty
mounting position is required adjacent to the distribution device.
Ordering Notes
1) Specify part number from Table 11 for desired lead size.
Lead Size
1/0 AWG
2/0 AWG
3/0 AWG
4/0 AWG
250 kcmil
350 kcmil
Part Number
245393500
245393600
245393700
245393800
514872
514873
Table 11
Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap Combination
(Two-Hole Lug, 1/4” Bolt Clearance Hole, 5/8” Centers)
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Wire Size and Lug Selection Tables for Load and Battery Connections
to TPS/TLS Fuses and Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers or Battery Branch Circuits
Recm 90°C Wire Size (1)
Fuse/
Circuit
Breaker
Amperage
14 AWG
1, 3, 5,
6, 10A
37 (3, 4)
58 (3, 4)
93 (3, 4)
--
15A
24 (3, 4)
39 (3, 4)
62 (3, 4)
--
(3, 4)
46
(3, 4)
37
(3, 4)
31
(3, 4)
20A
25A
30A
35A
40A
45A
50A
60A
12 AWG
10 AWG
8 AWG
6 AWG
4 AWG
2 AWG
1/0 AWG
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Loop Length (feet) (2)
---------
29
--------
-----
74
(3, 4)
59
(3, 4)
49
(3, 4)
42
(3, 4)
37
(3, 4)
33
(3, 4)
29
(3, 4)
--
--
--
--
--
94
(3, 4)
--
--
--
78
(3, 4)
--
--
--
67
(3, 4)
59
(3, 4)
52
(3, 4)
47
(3, 4)
39
(3, 4)
(3)
107
(3, 4)
--
--
94
(3, 4)
--
--
83
(3, 4)
--
--
75
(3, 4)
--
--
62
(3, 4)
53
(3, 4)
99
(3, 4)
--
85
(3, 4)
135 (4)
70A
--
--
--
--
33
75A
--
--
--
--
31 (3)
50 (3, 4)
79 (3, 4)
126 (4)
80A
--
--
--
--
--
47 (3, 4)
74 (3, 4)
118 (3, 4)
Recommended Crimp Lug (5)
Lug
245342300 245342300 245342300 245390200 245346700 245346800 245346900
245393500
(6)
1
Wire sizes based on recommendations of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved
National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) National Electrical Code (NEC). Table 310-16 for copper
wire at 90°C conductor temperature operating in ambients of 30°C and 40°C was used. For other operating
ambient temperatures, refer to the NEC. For operation in countries where the NEC is not recognized,
follow applicable codes.
2
Recommended wire sizes are sufficient to restrict voltage drop to 1.0 volt or less at listed branch current for
the loop lengths shown. Loop length is the sum of the lengths of the positive and negative leads.
3
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 30°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
4
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 40°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
5
Two-hole lug, 1/4" bolt clearance hole, 5/8" centers. Refer to drawing 031110100 for lug crimping
information.
6
Special application crimp lug / strap combination.
Table 12 (cont'd on next page)
Recommended Wire Sizes and Lugs for Load and Battery Connections
to Various TPS/TLS Fuses and Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers
or Battery Branch Circuits
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Recm 90°C Wire Size (1)
Fuse/
Circuit
Breaker
Amperage
4 AWG
90A
41 (3)
100A
125A
150A
200A
250A
2 AWG
1/0 AWG
2/0 AWG
3/0 AWG
4/0 AWG
250
kcmil
350
kcmil
--
--
--
Loop Length (feet) (2)
------
66 (3, 4)
59
(3, 4)
47
(3)
----
105 (3, 4)
95
(3, 4)
76
(3, 4)
63
(3, 4)
133 (4)
119
--
--
(3, 4)
95
(3, 4)
79
(3, 4)
--
--
--
--
--
--
(3, 4)
--
--
--
120
100
--
--
-(4)
75
(3, 4)
--
95
--
76
(3, 4)
112
(3, 4, 7)
90
(3, 4)
(3, 4, 7)
-126 (3, 4, 7)
Recommended Crimp Lug
Lug
(5)
Lug (8, 9)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
245346800 245346900
--
245393500
(6)
245393600
(6)
245393700
(6)
245393800
(6)
514872 (6) 514873 (6)
245348200 245347100 245347200 245347300 245347400 245347500 245347700
Wire sizes based on recommendations of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved
National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) National Electrical Code (NEC). Table 310-16 for copper
wire at 90°C conductor temperature operating in ambients of 30°C and 40°C was used. For other operating
ambient temperatures, refer to the NEC. For operation in countries where the NEC is not recognized,
follow applicable codes.
Recommended wire sizes are sufficient to restrict voltage drop to 1.0 volt or less at listed branch current for
the loop lengths shown. Loop length is the sum of the lengths of the positive and negative leads.
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 30°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 40°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
Two-hole lug, 1/4" bolt clearance hole, 5/8" centers. Refer to drawing 031110100 for lug crimping
information.
Special application crimp lug / strap combination.
MUST USE P/N 514717 Lug Adapter Busbar for lugs having 1/4" bolt clearance hole, 5/8" centers.
Two-hole lug, 3/8" bolt clearance hole, 1" centers. Refer to drawing 031110100 for lug crimping
information.
MUST USE P/N 534449 Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 125-200A circuit breakers or P/N 514714 Lug
Adapter Busbar Kit for 250A circuit breakers.
Table 12 (cont'd from previous page)
Recommended Wire Sizes and Lugs for Load and Battery Connections
to Various TPS/TLS Fuses and Bullet Nose-Type Circuit Breakers
or Battery Branch Circuits
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Wire Size and Lug Selection Tables for Load and Battery Connections
to TPH Fuses and GJ/218-Type Circuit Breakers or Battery Branch Circuits
Recm 90°C Wire Size (1)
Fuse/
Circuit
Breaker
Amperage
6 AWG
70A
33 (3)
4 AWG
2 AWG
1/0 AWG
2/0 AWG
3/0 AWG
4/0 AWG
250 kcmil
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
119 (3, 4)
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
Loop Length (feet) (2)
80A
--
100A
--
53 (3, 4)
85 (3, 4)
(3, 4)
(3, 4)
47
--
125A
--
--
150A
--
--
74
59 (3, 4)
47
(3)
--
135 (4)
118
(3, 4)
95 (3, 4)
76
(3, 4)
63 (3, 4)
175A
--
--
--
--
200A
--
--
--
--
95
(3, 4)
79 (3, 4)
68
(3, 4)
--
120
(4)
100 (3, 4)
86
(3, 4)
75 (3, 4)
108
(3, 4)
95 (3, 4)
-112 (3, 4)
Recommended Crimp Lug (5)
Lug
245349900 245350000 245348200 245347100 245347200 245347300 245347400 245347500
1
Wire sizes based on recommendations of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved
National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) National Electrical Code (NEC). Table 310-16 for copper
wire at 90°C conductor temperature operating in ambients of 30°C and 40°C was used. For other operating
ambient temperatures, refer to the NEC. For operation in countries where the NEC is not recognized,
follow applicable codes.
2
Recommended wire sizes are sufficient to restrict voltage drop to 1.0 volt or less at listed branch current for
the loop lengths shown. Loop length is the sum of the lengths of the positive and negative leads.
3
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 30°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
4
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 40°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
5
Two-hole lug, 3/8" bolt clearance hole, 1" centers. Refer to drawing 031110100 for lug crimping
information.
Table 13 (cont'd on next page)
Recommended Wire Sizes and Lugs for Load and Battery Connections
to Various TPH Fuses and GJ/218-Circuit Breakers
or Battery Branch Circuits
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Recm 90°C Wire Size (1)
Fuse/
Circuit
Breaker
Amperage
2/0 AWG
225A
--
250A
3/0 AWG
4/0 AWG
250
kcmil
300
kcmil
350
kcmil
400
kcmil
500
kcmil
--
--
--
--
--
Loop Length (feet) (2)
67 (3)
--
--
84 (3, 4)
76
100 (3, 4)
(3)
90
(3, 4)
(4)
300A
159
(2) Wires
--
--
--
400A
--
75 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
500A
--
--
95 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
76 (3)
(2) Wires
112 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
90 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
600A
--
--
--
--
120 (4)
108
(3, 4)
126
(4)
90 (3)
105 (3, 4)
120 (3, 4)
--
--
--
--
--
108 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
126 (4)
(2) Wires
105 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
157 (4)
(3) Wires
--
--
120 (3, 4)
(2) Wires
--
90 (3)
(2) Wires
Recommended Crimp Lug (5)
Lug
245347200 245347300 245347400 245347500 245347600 245347700 245347800 245347900
(per cable) (per cable) (per cable) (per cable) (per cable) (per cable) (per cable) (per cable)
1
Wire sizes based on recommendations of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved
National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) National Electrical Code (NEC). Table 310-16 for copper
wire at 90°C conductor temperature operating in ambients of 30°C and 40°C was used. For other operating
ambient temperatures, refer to the NEC. For operation in countries where the NEC is not recognized,
follow applicable codes.
2
Recommended wire sizes are sufficient to restrict voltage drop to 1.0 volt or less at listed branch current for
the loop lengths shown. Loop length is the sum of the lengths of the positive and negative leads.
3
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 30°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
4
Wire Size / Loop Length Combination Calculated using 40°C Ambient Operating Temperature.
5
Two-hole lug, 3/8" bolt clearance hole, 1" centers. Refer to drawing 031110100 for lug crimping
information.
Table 13 (cont'd from previous page)
Recommended Wire Sizes and Lugs for Load and Battery Connections
to Various TPH Fuses and GJ/218-Circuit Breakers
or Battery Branch Circuits
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AC Input Branch Circuit Protection and Wire Size Selection
Refer to PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104.
Relay Rack Frame Grounding Requirements
Ordering Notes
1) For relay rack grounding requirements, refer to the current edition of the American National Standards
Institute (ANSI) approved National Fire Protection Association's (NPFA) National Electrical Code (NEC),
applicable local codes, and your specific site requirements.
A customer's grounding network lead can be attached to the top of each relay rack. Provision is made for
installing a lead with a two-hole lug that has 1/4" bolt clearance holes on 5/8" centers. Refer to Table 9
for lug selection.
External Alarm, Reference, and Control Wire Sizes
Features
♦
♦
External alarm, reference, and control connection points are located on…
•
J1-J4 on the optional List 71 Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination Circuit Card P/N 509539,
•
TB1 on circuit card P/N 509532, and
•
J8 on circuit card P/N 534868 (if List 71 not installed).
See “Electrical Connections Locations and Dimensions; External Alarm, Reference, and Control” under
PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for illustration.
J1-J4 on Optional List 71 Audible Alarm and
Alarm Termination Circuit Card P/N 509539
Terminals
Capacity
Type
26 to 16
AWG
Spring-Clamp
Recm
Wire Size
22 AWG for Loop Lengths Up to 200 ft.
18-20 AWG for Loop Lengths Over 200 ft.
TB1 on Circuit Card P/N 509532
Terminals
Capacity
Type
26 to 16
AWG
Spring-Clamp
Recm
Wire Size
22 AWG for Loop Lengths Up to 200 ft.
18-20 AWG for Loop Lengths Over 200 ft.
J8 on Circuit Card P/N 534868
Terminals
Recm Wire Size
D-Type Connector
22 AWG for Loop Lengths Up to 200 ft.
18-20 AWG for Loop Lengths Over 200 ft.
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Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel (P/N 540959)
Features
♦
Covers one (1) unused module mounting position.
Ordering Notes
1) Order a Module Mounting Position Blank Cover Panel, P/N 540959, for
each empty module mounting position in the system.
Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe
for Single Probe Digital Compensation (P/Ns 107021 and 106824)
Features
♦
This system can be used with a Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe. This probe must be
mounted near the battery to sense battery ambient temperature. The probe connects to and allows the
MCA to automatically increase or decrease the output voltage of the system to maintain battery float
current as battery ambient temperature decreases or increases, respectively. Battery life can be
extended when an optimum charge voltage to the battery with respect to temperature is maintained. Two
probes are available. P/N 107021 has a 25-foot long cord. P/N 106824 has a 100 foot-long cord. See
"Overall Dimensions, Optional Digital Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe (P/N 107021
and 106824)" under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing. Refer to
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104 for complete specifications.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe per power system, as required.
Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe Concentrator
for Multiple Probe Use (TXM)
Battery Temperature Probe Concentrator Kit (P/N 524570)
Features
♦
The Battery Temperature Probe Concentrator (TXM) expands battery
temperature monitoring capabilities by providing a means of monitoring up
to eight (8) analog battery temperature probes. The TXM provides a digital
output for connection to the MCA battery temperature probe connector.
The MCA can be programmed to compensate for the hottest probe
reading, the average temperature of all connected probes, or the probe
connected to the lowest numbered connector. The kit includes one TXM
(P/N 521211) and one 25 ft. interface cable (P/N 521228) for connecting
the TXM to the MCA.
521211
Restrictions
Requires P/N 521262 analog probes. Cannot be used with digital probes (P/N
106824 and 107021).
Ordering Notes
1) Order one Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe Concentrator
Kit (P/N 524570) per power system, and up to eight P/N 521262 probes, as
required. Order extension cable P/N 514153 as required.
521228
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Analog Battery Temperature Probe (P/N 521262)
Features
♦
An analog probe designed to sense internal battery temperature. Mounts on the negative terminal of the
battery; mounting hole clears 5/16” hardware. Includes 15 ft. cable with connector. See "Overall
Dimensions, Optional Analog Battery Temperature Probe (P/N 521262)" under PHYSICAL SIZE
INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing.
Ordering Notes
1) See above Ordering Notes.
TXM Extension Cable (P/N 514153)
Features
♦
25 ft. long cable. Can be used between a P/N 521262 Analog Battery
Temperature Probe and the TXM; or to extend a P/N 521228 interface
cable between the TXM and MCA.
Ordering Notes
1) See above Ordering Notes.
514153
Battery Busbar Extension Kit (P/N 514713)
Features
♦
Provides busbar extension plates and mounting hardware for extending
battery busbars through the top of a Distribution Cabinet. Each busbar
extension plate provides three pairs of clearance holes for 3/8” hardware on
1” centers. Allows back-to-back lug landing for up to six lugs per polarity.
See "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions, Input Battery
(Connections to Optional Battery Busbar Extension Kit P/N 514713
Installed in Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets)" under PHYSICAL
SIZE INFORMATION for a dimensional drawing.
Restrictions
Required for cable connections between 1200A and 2000A per bay when inter-bay busbars are not provided.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) kit P/N 514713 per bay that busbars are to be extended, as required.
Battery Busbar Extension Kit (P/N 529143)
Features
♦
Provides busbar extension plates, mounting hardware, and rear
plastic cover for extending battery busbars through the top of a
Distribution Cabinet. Each busbar extension plate provides six
pairs of clearance holes for 3/8” hardware on 1” centers.
Allows back-to-back lug landing for up to twelve lugs per
polarity. See "Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions,
Input Battery (Connections to Optional Battery Busbar
Extension Kit P/N 529143 Installed in Lists 21 through 24
Distribution Cabinets)" under PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION
for a dimensional drawing.
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Required for cable connections between 1200A and 2000A per bay when inter-bay busbars are not provided.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) kit P/N 529143 per bay that busbars are to be extended, as required.
Lug Adapter Busbar for 250 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker (P/N 514717)
Features
♦
Provides a busbar that mounts on the three lug landing positions of a 250A bullet nose
circuit breaker, and provides a landing for a Special Application Crimp Lug / Strap
Combination, which accepts required wire size.
Ordering Notes
1) Order one (1) P/N 514717 per 250A Bullet Nose circuit breaker ordered.
Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 125-200 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker (P/N 534449)
Features
Includes one (1) busbar that mounts on the two lug landing positions of a 125-200A bullet nose
circuit breaker, and provides a landing for one standard two-hole lug having 3/8" bolt clearance
holes on 1" centers. Also includes one (1) busbar that mounts on two landings of the system
ground return bar, and provides one landing for a standard two-hole lug having 3/8" bolt clearance
Holes on 1" centers. All busbar and lug mounting hardware is included.
Ordering Notes
1) Order (1) Part No. 534449 per 125-200A Bullet Nose circuit breaker ordered.
Lug Adapter Busbar Kit for 250 Amp Bullet Nose Type Circuit Breaker (P/N 514714)
Features
Includes one (1) busbar that mounts on the three lug landing positions of a 250A bullet nose
circuit breaker, and provides one landing for a standard two-hole lug having 3/8" bolt clearance
holes on 1" centers. Also includes one (1) busbar that mounts on three landings of the system
ground return bar, and provides one landing for a standard two-hole lug having 3/8" bolt
clearance Holes on 1" centers. All busbar and lug mounting hardware is included.
Ordering Notes
1) Order (1) Part No. 514714 per 250A Bullet Nose circuit breaker ordered.
Bullet Distribution Assembly Lug Hardware Kit (P/N 520332)
Features
♦
Kit provides all hardware required to connect load and ground lugs for four (4) positions of a bullet nosetype distribution assembly. Kit includes (8) 1/4-20 x 3/4" Bolt, (8) 1/4-20 Nut, (16) 1/4" Flat Washer, (16)
1/4" Lock Washer.
Ordering Notes
1) Order Kit P/N 520332, as required.
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Designed for field installation in a bullet nose type distribution bus assembly
where the LVD function is no longer required. Each kit provides a busbar
designed to bypass one (1) low voltage disconnect contactor in a List BA,
CA, GB, LB, or LC.
Restrictions
Kit P/N 514910
Kit P/N 514910 may be installed with power applied to system.
Kit P/N 514912 must be installed with power removed from system.
Ordering Notes
1) To bypass a contactor without removing it, order one (1) P/N 514910 kit
(may be installed with power applied to system). Includes hardware.
2) To replace a contactor with busbar, order one (1) P/N 514912 kit
(must be installed with power removed from system). Includes hardware.
Kit P/N 514912
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Replacement Cables
Ordering Notes
1) Refer to the following table and illustration.
Item
Part Number / Description
Standard External Alarm
Interconnect Cable (cannot be
used with List 71):
One 15 ft. cable is provided with List 1. For a replacement cable,
order P/N 514327. Also available is P/N 514380 (60 ft. cable).
Provides pre-assembled cable and mating connector for connecting
the MCA external alarm connector to customer circuits.
Connects to J8 on the MCA Main Controller circuit card P/N 534868
located in the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet, and provides
unterminated 28 AWG leads for splicing to customer leads.
Bay Module Mounting Shelf
Interface Circuit Card to MCA
Interconnect Cable:
P/N 509071
Provides pre-assembled cable and mating connectors for connecting
the Bay Module Mounting Shelf Interface circuit card to the MCA (via
the “Interconnect/Inhibit” circuit card).
Connects between the Module Mounting Shelf Interface circuit card
P/N 535250 located in the Bay Distribution Cabinet and the
“Interconnect/Inhibit” circuit card located in the same Distribution
Cabinet.
Bay Internal
'Rectifier Module Control'
Interconnect Cable:
P/N 529120
Provides pre-assembled cable and mating connectors for connecting
the Bay Module Mounting Shelf Interface circuit card to the top most
Module Mounting Shelf.
Connects between the pigtail located on Module Mounting Shelf
Interface circuit card P/N 535250 located in the Bay Distribution
Cabinet and the connector exiting the top of the topmost Module
Mounting Shelf.
Note that subsequent Module Mounting Shelves located within the
same bay are interconnected via the shelf internal wiring harness.
Connect the mating connector of the cable exiting the bottom of one
Module Mounting Shelf with the connector exiting the top of the shelf
installed below it.
A 6 ft. cable is provided with List 2. For a replacement cable, order
P/N 514334.
A 25 ft. cable is provided with List 5. For a replacement cable, order
P/N 100916.
Provides pre-assembled cable and mating connectors for connecting
the alarm, reference, and control leads of the Supplemental Bay
distribution to those of the Main Bay distribution (and to the MCA).
Connects between J1 on “Interconnect/Inhibit” circuit card 509532
located within the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet and J2 on
“Interconnect/Inhibit” circuit card 509532 located within the
Supplemental Bay Distribution Cabinet.
Bay-to-Bay
'Distribution Control'
Interconnect Cable:
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Bay-to-Bay
'Rectifier Module Control'
Interconnect Cable:
MCA Control Bus Termination
Plug
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Part Number / Description
A 7-1/2 ft. cable is provided with List 2. For a replacement cable,
order P/N 514335.
A 25 ft. cable is provided with List 5. For a replacement cable, order
P/N 100575.
Provides pre-assembled cable and mating connectors for Rectifier
Module control signal interconnection between the MCA (in the Main
Bay) and Module Mounting Shelves located in the Supplemental
Bay.
Connects between J8, J9, or J10 on "Interconnect/Inhibit" circuit card
509532 located in the Main Bay Distribution Cabinet and J8, J9, or
J10 on "Interconnect/Inhibit" circuit card 509532 located in the
Supplemental Bay Distribution Cabinet.
Provided with each Module Mounting Shelf (List 30). For a
replacement termination plug, order P/N 541092.
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Interconnect/
LVD Inhibit
Module Mounting
Circuit Card
Shelf Interface
P/N 509532 Cable
Circuit Card
P/N 509071
P/N 535250
Interconnect/
LVD Inhibit
Circuit Card
P/N 509532
Front
Pigtail
Module Mounting
Shelf Interface
Circuit Card
P/N 535250
External Alarm Cable
P/N 514327 Connects Here
(if List 71 not installed)
on MCA Main Controller
Circuit Card P/N 534868
Cable
P/N 509071
Front
Cable
P/N 514334
or 100916
Pigtail
Cable
P/N 514335
or 100575
Distribution Cabinet
(inside view)
Distribution Cabinet
(inside view)
Connect Cable P/N 529120 between
pigtail on Circuit Card P/N 535250 and
connector inside Module Mounting Shelf.
Module Mounting
Shelf Rear View
(588705104 shown)
Connect termination plug
P/N 541092 to connector
inside Module Mounting Shelf.
Main Bay
Supplemental Bay
Replacement Cable Diagram
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Ordering Notes
1) Refer to the following table. Refer also to "Replacement Components" in
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104.
Item
Rectifier Module (PCU):
DC-DC Converter Module
MCA
MCA Main Controller Circuit Card:
Part Number
Order via List 50.
Order via List 62.
534868 with 534876 Configuration
(List 10 Standard Configuration)
534868 with 534877 Configuration
(List 11 Special Application
Configuration)
534868 with 534878 Configuration
(List 12 Special Application
Configuration)
534868 with 534879 Configuration
(List 13 Special Application
Configuration.)
MCA Keypad/Display Circuit Card:
MCA Power Supply Circuit Card:
Rectifier Shelf Interface Circuit Card:
MCA Interface Circuit Cards:
Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination
Circuit Card
Quad Low Voltage
Disconnect Circuit Card
Interconnect/LVD Inhibit Circuit Card
Quad Shunt POD Circuit Card
Bypass Circuit Card (required for
unused Quad LVD circuit card and
Quad Shunt POD circuit card
mounting positions)
Shunt POD Circuit Card (List RD and
RE Battery Disconnect Assembly with
Shunt)
288710900
514361
535250
Order via Lists 72, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78
Order via List 71
509477
509532
507431
513737
501981
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SPECIFICATIONS
Note: For Rectifier Shelf, Rectifier Module, and DC-DC Converter Module specifications; refer to
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104.
For List 92 Battery Stand System specifications, refer to System Application Guide 588810000,
furnished with the Battery Stand.
1.1
Environmental Ratings
1.1.1
Operating Ambient Temperature Range: -40°C to +40°C (-40°F to +104°F).
1.1.2
Storage Ambient Temperature Range: -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F).
1.1.3
Humidity: This Power System is capable of operating in an ambient relative humidity range of
0% to 95%, non-condensing.
1.1.4
Altitude: see PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104.
1.1.5
Mounting: This equipment is intended only for installation in a Restricted Access Location on or
above a non-combustible surface. Clearance requirements are:
(A) Recommended minimum aisle space clearance for the front of each bay is 2' 6".
(B) Recommended minimum aisle space clearance for the rear of each bay is 2’ 0” for any of the
following conditions:
1. Multiple bay arrangements that incorporate rear inter-bay busbars (List 2 bays).
2. Any bay equipped with a List RC, RD or RE battery disconnect option.
3. Making AC input connections to Spec. Nos. 588705100, 588705101, 588705102,
588705103, and 588705104 Module Mounting Assemblies.
4. Addition of a Module Mounting Assembly in the field.
For all other conditions, required minimum spacing from the rear of the bay to a wall or other
solid surface is that which is specified for proper Module Mounting Assembly ventilation. Refer
to the specific Module Mounting Assembly Power Data Sheet for ventilation spacing
requirements. Note: Minimum spacing specified for ventilation may not permit replacement of
certain components such as busbars or Module Mounting Assemblies.
1.2
Compliance Information
1.2.1
Safety Compliance: This power board is UL Listed ("c UL") as a DC Power Distribution Center
for Communications Equipment. This unit meets the requirements of CSA 22.2, No. 225 and is
tested and Certified by UL ("c UL") as a Custom Built Power Distribution Center for
Communications Equipment.
1.2.2
NEBS Compliance: Compliance verified by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory
(NRTL) per GR-1089-CORE and GR-63-CORE. Contact Emerson Network Power for NEBS
compliance reports.
In order to remain compliant during a fan failure condition, the backup battery connection must
be utilized to provide sufficient power to the loads for up to eight (8) hours when the system is
operated at greater than 50% output power. If no backup battery connection is used, the system
must operate with a redundant module installed.
1.3
MCA Features
1.3.1
MCA Interface: You can operate the MCA locally via the front panel accessed interface pad, or
remotely via the WinLink option or WEB Pages. The following Interface Options are available for
use with WinLink: Modem, RS-232/Modem, and Ethernet. The following Interface Options are
available for use with WEB Pages: Ethernet.
Note: Only one interface (Modem, Combination Modem/RS-232, or Ethernet) can be installed
on the MCA.
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Note: Wiring options are provided to lockout changing Power System
adjustment/configuration/ calibration settings locally and/or remotely.
In addition, the Ethernet Interface Option provides a Web-Browser Interface. The following
software options are also available.
SNMP Interface: Provides an Ethernet port for MCA connection into a TCP/IP network and
support for SNMP V2 (Simple Network Management Protocol). Communications to and from
the MCA is accomplished via a MIB (Management Information Browser). SNMP Traps are
provided for alarms listed on the MCA Menu Tree under the "Alarms Menu".
Battery Monitoring: Provides Battery Monitoring via the Web Browser Interface.
1.3.2
Remote On/Off (TR): The operation of any or all Rectifier Modules (PCUs) can be inhibited
(TR) via the WinLink option, the Ethernet option, or from the MCA front panel accessed interface
pad.
1.3.3
MCA Local Display: Provides digital metering of system load voltage and current, individual
Rectifier Module (PCU) current, subsystem load voltage and current (if subsystem installed), and
load current of subsystem, system, and/or battery shunts. Also displays system alarm
messages and adjustment information, as detailed in Section 1.3.10 "MCA Display".
The MCA contains a "Power Down" mode. The MCA turns off its display and PCU
communications to conserve power when system voltage falls below 20 volts. Full operation is
restored when system voltage recovers to 23.5 volts. The display and communications can be
temporarily reactivated by the user.
1.3.4
MCA Meter Accuracy: ±0.01 V, ±0.005% / °C
1.3.5
MCA Universal Adjustment Circuit: Provides single point control of float output voltage,
test/equalize output voltage, high voltage shutdown, and current limit adjustments.
Note: If the MCA should fail, the Rectifier Modules remember the float and high voltage
shutdown settings last delivered by the MCA. The current limit setting of each Rectifier
Module goes to 100% of full load rating.
Provides adjustments for all MCA alarm and control circuits. Adjustment ranges and factory
settings as follows.
All adjustments can be performed locally via the MCA front panel accessed interface pad, and
most can be performed remotely via the WinLink option or the Ethernet (Web-Browser Interface)
option.
(A) Rectifier Module Output Voltage:
(1) Without Battery Charge Temperature Compensation: Float voltage is adjustable
from 23.50 to 28.50 volts DC. Test/equalize voltage is adjustable from 23.00 to 28.50
volts DC. The output voltage temperature coefficient does not exceed 0.01% per
degree centigrade from -40°C to +65°C. Factory set as follows unless otherwise
specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
27.24
27.00
27.24
27.24
(2) With Battery Charge Digital Temperature Compensation Probe or TXM (multiple
probe concentrator module): With an optional battery charge digital temperature
compensation probe or TXM installed, the MCA automatically increases or decreases
the output voltage as battery ambient temperature decreases or increases, respectively.
The float and test/equalize voltage range is the same as without battery charge digital
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temperature compensation. Float voltage is factory set as follows at 25°C
battery ambient.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
27.24
27.00
27.24
27.24
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Using battery and equipment manufacturers’ recommendations, the user selects the
following temperature compensation curve parameters via the MCA. Refer to the
Temperature Compensation Probe Curve provided in
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104.
a) The temperature compensation slope in volts/°C. Adjustable from zero to 100
millivolts/°C. Factory set at 0V/°C (DIGITAL TC OFF).
b) The maximum voltage limit in volts DC. Adjustable from float up to 29.25 volts DC,
but automatically limited to 0.5 volt below the High Voltage Shutdown setting.
Factory set as follows.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
28.25
28.25
28.25
28.25
c) The minimum voltage limit in volts DC. Adjustable from float down to 23 volts DC,
but automatically limited to 0.5 volt above the Low Voltage Disconnect Reconnect
setting. Factory set as follows.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
25.00
25.50
25.00
25.00
(B) Rectifier Module Current Limit: Adjustable from 10% to 120% of total system capacity at
maximum rated output voltage. Factory set at 100% of rated full load, unless otherwise
specified.
(C) Rectifier Module High Voltage Shutdown: Adjustable from 24.00 to 29.75 volts DC.
Factory set as follows, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
28.75
28.50
28.75
28.75
(D) High Voltage Alarm 1: Adjustable from 24.00 to 29.50 volts DC. Factory set as follows,
unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
27.75
28.10
27.75
27.75
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(E) High Voltage Alarm 2: Adjustable from 24.00 to 29.50 volts DC. Factory set as
follows, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
28.25
28.50
28.25
28.25
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(F) Battery On Discharge Alarm: Adjustable from 20.00 to 28.00 volts DC. Factory set as
follows, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
24.00
23.50
24.00
24.00
(G) 50% Battery On Discharge (Very Low Voltage) Alarm: Adjustable from 20.00 to 28.00
volts DC. Factory set per table below, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
23.00
22.00
23.00
23.00
(H) System Load Current Alarm: Adjustable from 0 to 60,000 amperes. Factory set at 2,000
amperes, unless otherwise specified.
(I) Subsystem High Voltage Alarm (if subsystem installed): Adjustable from 0.00 to 60.00
volts DC. Factory set as follows, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
50.00
53.00
50.00
50.00
(J) Subsystem Low Voltage Alarm (if subsystem installed): Adjustable from 0.00 to 60.00
volts DC. Factory set as follows, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Setting (Volts)
46.00
44.50
46.00
46.00
(K) Subsystem Load Current Alarm (if subsystem installed): Adjustable from 0 to 60000
ampere. Factory set at 2000 amperes, unless otherwise specified.
(L) High Battery Ambient Temperature Alarm (if battery charge digital temperature
compensation probe or TXM installed): Adjustable from -50°C to +99°C. Factory set to
off, unless otherwise specified. (If TXM installed, each temperature probe has an associated
alarm.)
(M) Low Battery Ambient Temperature Alarm (if battery charge digital temperature
compensation probe or TXM installed): Adjustable from -49°C to +100°C. Factory set to
off, unless otherwise specified. (If TXM installed, each temperature probe has an associated
alarm.)
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(N) Low Voltage Disconnect (if LVD installed): Low voltage disconnect is adjustable
from 20.0 to 25.0 volts DC. Reconnect is adjustable from 23.5 to 28.5 volts DC.
The factory disconnect and reconnect settings are as follows, unless otherwise specified.
Power System List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA Configuration No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Factory Disconnect
Setting (Volts)
21.0
21.7
21.0
21.0
Factory Reconnect
Setting (Volts)
24.5
25.2
24.5
24.5
(O) Audible Alarm Cutoff Reset Feature: Adjustable from 0 to 15 minutes, in one minute
intervals. A zero setting disables the feature. Factory set at 15 minutes, unless otherwise
specified.
(P) Timed Test/Equalize Period (also enables/disables the manually initiated timed
test/equalize feature): Adjustable from 1 to 99 hours, in one hour intervals. When a value
is set, the feature is enabled. You disable the feature by selecting the setting above 99.
Factory set at 1 (one) hour, unless otherwise specified.
(Q) Automatic Test/Equalize Period (also enables/disables the automatic test/equalize
feature): Adjustable from 0 to 15 times the discharge time period, up to a maximum of 300
hours. A zero (0) setting disables the feature. Factory set at zero (0), unless otherwise
specified.
(R) Relay Test Seconds: Adjustable from 5 to 120 seconds, in one second intervals. Factory
set at 45 seconds, unless otherwise specified.
1.3.6
MCA Audible Alarm Cutoff (List 10 and List 11 MCA only): An audible alarm can be
connected to the MCA that sounds when any alarm condition monitored by the MCA occurs.
The alarm can be manually silenced (cut off) by pressing a local pushbutton. A local indicator
illuminates when the audible alarm has been cut off. The alarm remains silenced for the current
alarm condition only. If another alarm condition occurs, the audible alarm again sounds.
A programmable audible alarm cutoff reset feature is provided. Once an audible alarm has been
cut off, it automatically resets (and sounds if the alarm condition is still present) after the time
period programmed expires. If the audible alarm is again cut off while the same alarm condition
is still present, the reset feature is inoperable, and the audible alarm remains silenced. If
another alarm condition occurs, the audible alarm again sounds.
Note: External MCA audible alarm relay contacts are not available if the power system is
equipped with a List 12 or List 13 special application MCA.
1.3.7
Low Voltage Disconnect (if associated components are furnished in a Distribution
Cabinet): Protects the battery from complete discharge. Automatically disconnects the battery
and system output from the controlled load(s) (LVLD) or battery from system and loads (LVBD) if
battery voltage decreases below a preset adjustable value. This can occur during a prolonged
commercial AC power failure, where the battery is required to furnish power to the load, and
subsequently starts to discharge.
For further information, refer to the description of the Low Voltage Disconnect circuit card under
List 21 Features in the List Descriptions section of this document.
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Local Controls: Refer to the "System Operating Procedures" chapter in the Power
System User Instructions (Section 6013) for a complete description.
Location
MCA
1.3.9
NAME / Description
FUNCTION SELECT UP and DOWN
FUNCTION SET ENTER
FUNCTION SET YES (+) and NO (-)
ALARM CUTOFF
Type
Pushbutton Switches
Pushbutton Switch
Pushbutton Switches
Pushbutton Switch
Local Status and Alarm Indicators: Refer to the "System Operating Procedures" chapter in
the Power System User Instructions (Section 6013) for a complete description.
Location
Rectifier
Module
NAME / Description
Type
See
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104.
Message Display, Shows...
MCA
•
Active Alarms or "SYSTEM OK"
•
Various Measurement Items and Values
•
Various Adjustment Items and Values
•
Various Configuration Items and Settings
• Various Calibration Items and Settings
See Paragraph 1.3.10. "MCA Display"
ALARM CUTOFF
MAJOR
MINOR
AC
TEST/EQ
---
LED - yellow
LED - flashing red
LED - red
LED - green/red
LED - yellow
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1.3.10 MCA Display: The following are illustrations from the MCA Menu Tree (Section 6022).
Refer to the latest version of Section 6022 for the most recent MCA Menu Tree. Refer to the
"Navigating the MCA" and "System Operating Procedures" chapters of the Power System User
Instructions (Section 6013) for complete descriptions of menu items.
NETSURE™ MCA Menu Tree
(Sheet 1 of 2)
133
STARTUP SEQUENCE
NORMAL DISPLAY W/ ALARMS
SPEC NO. ######
MCA SWV ########
## ALARMS ACTIVE
NOT RUNNING YET!
………………………….
1
Initializing....## 11
134
SET ###V DEFAULTS
MUST SET SYS = ###V
LOADING ###V..##
134A
MUST SET SPEC NO.
SET ###### @ ###V
MAIN ALARM MENU
2
ALARM EMERG STOP
3
ALARM LVD ACTIVE
ALARM SYS 50%BOD 1
ALM VERY LO VOLT 1,14
ALARM LO VOLTAGE 1,15
5
ALARM SYSTEM BOD
ALARM LO FLOAT 1,15
6
ALARM SYSTEM HV1 1
ALARM HIGH FLOAT 1,15
7
ALARM SYSTEM HV2 1
ALARM HI VOLTAGE 1,15
8
ALARM SUBSYS LV
CHANGE SPEC...##
INITIALIZATION MENU
CHECK SETPOINTS!
136
FLOAT = ###.##V
137
TEST/EQ = ###.##V
138
SET HVS = ###.##V
139
139A
12
144
1
ALARM SYSTEM FA
1
11
ALARM SUBSYS FA
1
CURRLIM = #####A
CURRLIM = #####MAX
14
ALARM HI AC LINE
BATTLIM DISABLED
BATTLIM = #####A
15
ALM ## PCUs FAIL 3
ALARM MRFA 1,15
ALARM 1 RFA 2,15
NO PCUs FOUND 1
15
SYS BOD = ###.##V
LOW FLOAT = ###.##V
15
SYS 50% = ###.##V
VERYLOVOLT = ###.## 14
LO VOLTAGE = ###.## 15
1
16
ALM SYSTEM CURR
2
17
ALM SUBSYS CURR
2
20
146
SUB LV = ###.##V
21
147
SUBCURR = #####A
MAIN ALARM MENU
NORMAL DISPLAY
26
PCU ** FAILURE
47
PCU## EMERG STOP
27
MAIN ALARM MENU
48
PCU## AC FAIL
28
NORMAL DISPLAY
49
PCU## HI AC LINE
50
PCU## FAN FAIL
PCU## BRKR OFF
TEMP SENSOR** HI
51
28B
TEMP SENSOR** LO
52
PCU## HVS ACTIVE
28C
MAIN ALARM MENU
53
PCU## A/D FAIL
28D
NORMAL DISPLAY
54
PCU## CONVERTER
55
PCU## HIGH TEMP.
56
PCU## OPEN SENSE
ALM BAT CHG CURR
MCA ALARM MENU
29
MCA BOARD FAIL
30
A/D INPUT FUSE
31
NO SYSTEM VOLTS
1
32
NO SUBSYS VOLTS
1
33
NO SENSE VOLTS 2
SENSE VOLT ERROR
ALM SUBSYS MINOR
34
SHUNT** NO REPLY
SHUNT** BAD TYPE 2
148
FUNCTION MENU
13
BAT CHG = #####A
LVD ** = ##.#V
149
LV RECON = ##.#V
MANUAL RECONNECT
150
ANALOG TC OFF
TC CAL = ##.##V
TempCmp Hardware
0
1
Major Alarm
150A
150B
MAX W/T = ##.##V
150C
MIN W/T = ##.##V
150D
HI TEMP** = ###°C
HI TEMP** IS OFF
150E
LO TEMP** = ###°C
LO TEMP** IS OFF
151
****A PLACES = ##
152
START THE SYSTEM
A
Minor Alarm
3 Minor Alarm = 1 PCU
Major Alarm = >1 PCU
4 Minor Alarm = A or B
Major Alarm = A and B
5 Minor Alarm = Sense Fuse
Major Alarm = System Fuse
6 ## = Substitute appropriate number 8
7 ** = Scroll through appropriate numbers 8
8 Applies to all menu items
9 Applies to all "Adjustable Settings"
10 All "Adjustable Settings" indicate changeable parameter
11 Exit to menu item 0 or 1 if all PCU serial #s match
12 Exit to menu item 0 or 1 if some PCU serial #s match
13 All "Normal" menu items lead to item 0 or 1
14 MCA P/N 534878 Only
2
DIGITAL TC OFF
SLOPE = .###V/°C
TempCmp Hardware
34A
SYSTEM OK
NOTES:
to Sheet 2
15
MCA P/N 534871 Only
16
Press ACO/UP/DOWN simultaneously to reach this item.
5
57
PCU## SWITCH OFF
58
PCU## NO REPLY
59
PCU ALARM MENU
60
NORMAL DISPLAY
2
ALARM MCA/SHELF
NORMAL DISPLAY
1
2
NORMAL DISPLAY NO ALARMS
147A
PCU DETAIL MENU
28A
1
SYSCURR = #####A
SUB HV = ###.##V
24
25
TEMPERATURE ALARM MENU
ALM TEMP SENSOR
18
RECONNECT LVD**
ARE YOU SURE? +- 9
Local Lockout On 9
3
ALM PCU## SHARE
19
145
1
1
15A
17A
23
1
15B
15
LVD** ACTIVATED
PCU ALARM MENU
ALM SUBSYS MAJOR
SYS HV2 = ###.##V
HI VOLTAGE = ###.##V
143
ALARM SUBSYS HV
ALARM ALL AC OFF
141
142
9
10
12
SYS HV1 = ###.##V
HI FLOAT = ###.##V
22
1
13
140
LVD ALARM MENU
4
16
135
1
4
2
2
BAT CL INHIBITED
2
35
LVD** NO REPLY 1
LVD** EPROM FAIL 1
LVD** A/D FAILED 1
LVD** RELAY FAIL 1
LVD** NO MCA CMD 1
36
LVDs INHIBITED
37
REMOTE NO REPLY
2
38
DISPLAY NO REPLY
38A
TEMP** NO REPLY 1
39
MAIN ALARM MENU
40
NORMAL DISPLAY
2
2
Color Code
Initializing
Normal
Configuration Menu
Measurements
Adjustment Menu
Function
Adjustable Settings
Alarms
Calibration Menu
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A
SYSTEM LOAD MENU
MEASUREMENT MENU
41
42
SYSLOAD** #####A
61
SYSTEM ###.##VDC
FUNCTION MENU
62
SYS LOAD #####A
87
MEASUREMENT MENU
MEASUREMENT MENU
63
PCU LOAD #####A
88
NORMAL DISPLAY
89
PCU** LOAD #####A
SET TEST/EQ MODE
SET FLOAT MODE
TestEq Switch On
43
ADJUSTMENT MENU
44
CONFIGURE MENU
45
CALIBRATION MENU
46
NORMAL DISPLAY
64
SUBSYS ###.##VDC
65
SUB LOAD #####A
65A
BAT CHG #####A
BAT CHGCL #####A
BAT DIS #####A
86
PCU LOAD MENU
T SENSOR** ###°C
90
MEASUREMENT MENU
66
FUNCTION MENU
91
NORMAL DISPLAY
67
NORMAL DISPLAY
92
SUBLOAD** #####A
65B
CONFIGURE MENU
SUBSYSTEM LOAD MENU
73
73A
VERIFY INVENTORY
SHARE ALARM OFF
SHARE ALARM ON
73B
EMERG STOP OFF
EMERG STOP ON
73D
REMOTE HVS OFF
REMOTE HVS ON
73C
74
74A
ADJUSTMENT MENU
68
ADJUST SYSTEM
95
FLOAT = ###.##V
93
MEASUREMENT MENU
69
ADJUST ALARMS
96
TEST/EQ = ###.##V
94
NORMAL DISPLAY
70
ADJUST LVDs
97
SET HVS = ###.##V
71
FUNCTION MENU
99
CURR LIM = ####A
CURRLIM = #####MAX
94A
BAT** CHG #####A
BAT** DIS #####A
72
DISPLAY ROLL OFF
DISPLAY ROLL ON
NORMAL DISPLAY
SET PCU ON / OFF
LO SPEED FAN OFF
LO SPEED FAN ON
75
118
76
TEST/EQ HRS = ##
TEST/EQ MAN STOP
END TEQ ##.##HRS
119
VACANT ****A= ##
****A PLACES= ##
76A
AUTO EQ DISABLED
AUTO EQ MUL = ##
END AUTO ##.## HR
120
SHUNT** TYPE SYS
SHUNT** TYPE SUB
SHUNT** TYPE BAT
NO SHUNTS FOUND
RELAYTEST = ###SEC
SET SPANISH TEXT
121
78
FUNCTION MENU
79
NORMAL DISPLAY
121A
LVD** INSTALLED
NO LVDs FOUND
ANALOG TC FOUND
T SENSOR** INST
NO TEMP SENSORS
122
SUBSYS INSTALLED
NO SUBSYS FOUND
123
REMOTE INSTALLED
REMOTE ACTIVE
NO REMOTE FOUND
124
UPDATE INVENTORY
PLEASE WAIT...
REPLACE ** PCUs?
125
CONFIGURE MENU
126
NORMAL DISPLAY
CALIBRATION MENU
80
CAL SYS = ###.##V
81
CAL SUB = ###.##V
82
RESTORE MFG CAL
83
ANALOG TC OFF
TC CAL = ##.##V
TempCmp Hardware
83A
DIGITAL TC OFF
SLOPE = .###V/°C
TempCmp Hardware
83B
MAX W/T = ##.##V
83C
MIN W/T = ##.##V
83D
TCOMP ON SENSOR1
TCOMP ON AVERAGE
TCOMP ON HIGHEST
84
FUNCTION MENU
85
NORMAL DISPLAY
BATTLIM DISABLED
BATTLIM = #####A
100
100% CURR: ####A
101
ADJUSTMENT MENU
INVENTORY MENU
PCU** TYPE ####A
PCU** TYPE ####+
NO PCUs FOUND
77A
BATTERY LOAD MENU
99A
NAG MINUTES = ##
AUDIBLE NAG OFF
77
SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT MENU
127
SPEC NO. #########
128
MCA SWV ########
129
REM SWV ########
102
130
131
132
CONFIGURE MENU
MEASUREMENT MENU
94C
NORMAL DISPLAY
NORMAL DISPLAY
ALARM ADJUSTMENT MENU
103
SYS HV1 = ###.##V
HI FLOAT = ###.##V
104
SYS HV2 = ###.##V
HI VOLTAGE = ###.##V
15
15
105
SYS BOD = ###.##V
LO FLOAT = ###.##V
106
SYS 50% = ###.##V
VERYLOVOLT = ###.## 14
LO VOLTAGE = ###.##V 15
107
SYSCURR = #####A
108
SUB HV = ###.##V
109
SUB LV = ###.##V
110
SUBCURR = #####A
110A
BAT CHG = #####A
110B
HI TEMP** = ###°C
HI TEMP** IS OFF
110C
LO TEMP** = ###°C
LO TEMP** IS OFF
111
TEST RELAYS
TESTING RELAY #
Alarm(s) Active
112
ADJUSTMENT MENU
113
NORMAL DISPLAY
PCU ENABLE MENU
PCU** ON:SET OFF
PCU** OFF:SET ON
Energy Mgmt. On
94B
15
LVD ADJUSTMENT MENU
114
LVD ** = ##.#V
115
LV RECON = ##.#V
MANUAL RECONNECT
116
ADJUSTMENT MENU
117
NORMAL DISPLAY
NORMAL DISPLAY
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1.3.11 External Alarm Circuits: Nine (9) Form-C alarm relay contacts are provided and
mapped by the MCA as detailed in the following table. Alarm relay contacts are rated
for 0.5A at 125VAC, 1.0A at 30VDC, and 0.3A at 110VDC. Relay operation can be tested via an
Alarm Relay Test feature. When activated, this feature consecutively places each relay in the
alarm state for the programmed time period.
•
Refer to the "Making Electrical Connections" chapter of the Power System Installation
Instructions (Section 6012) for connection details.
•
Refer to the "Navigating the MCA" and "System Operating Procedures" chapters of the
Power System User Instructions (Section 6013) for alarm conditions. Additional descriptions
are provided in a) and b) below.
a) MCA Audible Alarm: These contacts change state if any alarm condition monitored by
the MCA occurs, and are provided for connection to an audible alarm circuit.
b) Test/Equalize Indication: These contacts change state if the system is placed in the
test/equalize mode, locally or remotely.
Power System
List No.
10
11
12
13
MCA
Configuration
No.
534876
534877
534878
534879
Major
Alarm
Minor
Alarm
Major
Alarm
Minor
Alarm
Major
Alarm
Minor
Alarm
Relay K3
High
Voltage 1
Alarm
High
Voltage 1
Alarm
High
Voltage 1
Alarm
Major
Alarm
Minor
Alarm
Test/EQ
Mode
Indication
2
Relay K4
High
Voltage 2
Alarm
Relay K1
Relay K2
Relay K5
Relay K6
Relay K7
Relay K8
Relay K9
Battery
On
Discharge
Alarm
50%
Battery
On
Discharge
Alarm
AC
Fail
Alarm
Audible
Alarm
Test/EQ
Mode
Indication
Rectifier
Module
Fail Major
Alarm
Battery
On
Discharge
Alarm
Rectifier
Module
Fail
Minor
Alarm
AC
Fail
Alarm
Audible
Alarm
Fuse
Alarm
MCA
Fail
Alarm
Fuse
Alarm
Battery
On
Discharge
Alarm
Battery
On
Discharge
Alarm
Very Low
Voltage
Alarm
AC
Major
Alarm
AC
Fail
Alarm
Fuse
Alarm
Rectifier
Module
Fail
Alarm
AC
Fail
Alarm
LVD
Alarm
Test/EQ
Mode
Indication
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The MCA is connected to an “Interconnect/LVD Inhibit” circuit card. This circuit card provides
spring-clamp type terminals for connection of customer wiring, as described below.
(A) Remote Test/Equalize: All Rectifier Modules can be placed into the test/equalize mode by
applying an external ground signal. The Rectifier Modules operate in the float mode when
the signal is absent.
(B) External "System Voltage" Meter Reading: Leads can be extended from the Power
System to an external voltage source. This is the voltage source the MCA monitors for
system alarms and displays as "System Output Voltage".
(C) External Voltage Sensing: Leads can be extended from the Power System to the point at
which output voltage is to regulate, such as the battery.
(D) Emergency Shutdown and Fire Alarm Disconnect: Operation of the Rectifier Modules
can be inhibited through application of an external ground signal. Manual restart is required
(by turning AC power to the Rectifier Modules off then on, or by removing and re-inserting
the Rectifier Modules). If low voltage disconnect is furnished, the battery and system output
can be wired to also disconnect from the controlled load(s). If List RA is furnished, battery
also disconnects from the system.
(E) System Fuse Alarm Input: The system fuse alarm circuit activates when a ±18 to 60 volts
DC signal is applied this terminal.
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PHYSICAL SIZE INFORMATION
Overall Dimensions
Refer to PD588705100, PD588705101, PD588705102, PD588705103, PD588705104 for Module Mounting
Assembly dimensions.
List 24 (Four Bus Row Cabinet)
Notes:
Note 4.
1. All dimensions are in inches,
unless otherwise specified.
2. Weight in LBS.
(minus relay rack)
Four Bus Row Cabinet
Net:
Shipping:
3. Finish: Textured Gray (M500-147)
4. Housing present only if equipped
with List RC, RD or RE (battery
disconnects).
Top View
24.75
(typical)
6.00
17.50
11.50
5.25
(Note 4)
15.44
(Note 4)
33.25
(19U)
Refer to PD588705100
for Module Mounting
Shelf Assembly
dimensions.
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
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List 23 (Three Bus Row Cabinet)
Notes:
Note 4.
1. All dimensions are in inches,
unless otherwise specified.
2. Weight in LBS.
(minus relay rack)
Four Bus Row Cabinet
Net:
Shipping:
3. Finish: Textured Gray (M500-147)
4. Housing present only if equipped
with List RC, RD or RE (battery
disconnects).
Top View
24.75
(typical)
15.44
(Note 4)
6.00
17.50
11.50
5.25
(Note 4)
26.25
(15U)
Refer to PD588705100
for Module Mounting
Shelf Assembly
dimensions.
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
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List 22 (Two Bus Row Cabinet)
Notes:
Note 4.
1. All dimensions are in inches,
unless otherwise specified.
2. Weight in LBS.
(minus relay rack)
Four Bus Row Cabinet
Net:
Shipping:
3. Finish: Textured Gray (M500-147)
4. Housing present only if equipped
with List RC, RD or RE (battery
disconnects).
Top View
24.75
(typical)
6.00
17.50
11.50
5.25
(Note 4)
19.25
(11U)
15.44
(Note 4)
Refer to PD588705100
for Module Mounting
Shelf Assembly
dimensions.
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
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List 21 (One Bus Row Cabinet)
Notes:
1. All dimensions are in inches,
unless otherwise specified.
2. Weight in LBS.
(minus relay rack)
One Bus Row Cabinet
Net:
Shipping:
Top View
3. Finish: Textured Gray (M500-147)
17.50
24.75
(typical)
6.00
11.50
12.25
(7U)
Refer to PD588705100
for Module Mounting
Shelf Assembly
dimensions.
Left Side View
Front View
Right Side View
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List 93 (Battery Tray)
Notes:
1. Three trays shown as example.
Max. available per rack: four.
2. Dimensions are in inches.
3. Net Weight Per Tray, Less Batteries:
With Circuit Breaker Option: 35 lbs.
Without Circuit Breaker Option: 29 lbs.
Optional Battery
Disconnect Circuit
Breakers.
9.781
12.25 or 14.00
as ordered
12.25 or 14.00
as ordered
24.437
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
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Optional Digital Battery Charge Temperature Compensation Probe (P/N 107021 and 106824)
0.25 (6.35) DIA.
0.75
(19.05)
3.00 (76.2)
2.25 (57.15)
0.75 (19.05)
300 (7,620)
or
1200 (30,480)
0.35 (8.89)
Note: All dimensions are in inches and (millimeters).
Part No. 107021 (25 foot)
Part No. 106824 (100 foot)
Optional Analog Battery Temperature Probe (P/N 521262)
PROBE
ATTACH TO NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL
(CLEARANCE FOR 5/16 (7.94) HARDWARE)
180 ±3.00 (4,572 ± 76)
NOTE: All dimensions are in inches and (millimeters).
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Electrical Connection Locations and Dimensions
Input Battery
Connections to Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets
Note: Battery busbars within distribution cabinets are rated for 2000A max.
For 2000A-4000A in List 2, make additional battery connections to inter-bay busbars.
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 14 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST
SUPPLY LUG, BOLTS, AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
1/4-20 CAPTIVE NUT, 20 PLACES (CUSTOMER
MUST SUPPLY LUG, BOLTS, AND ADDITIONAL
HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
0.625
Central
Office
Ground
TOP OF
DISTRIBUTION
CABINET
2.000
0.750
0.625
2.000
1.000
0.625
BATTERY
(RETURN SIDE) 0.625
BUSBAR
0.750
0.625
FRONT VIEW
0.750
0.625
0.750
0.750
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
BUSBAR
0.625
GND RTN
+24V SUPPLY
(One Row
Cabinet Shown,
Others Similar)
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Connections to Optional Battery Busbar Extension Kit P/N 514713
Installed in Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets
Note: See Battery Busbar Extension Kit (P/N 514713) under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS for description.
3/8 CLEARANCE HOLES, 12 PLACES (CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG,
BOLTS, AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2.000
2.000
2.000
Central
Office
Ground
2.000
TOP OF
DISTRIBUTION
CABINET
1.000
BATTERY
(RETURN SIDE)
BUSBAR
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
BUSBAR
FRONT VIEW
GND RTN
+24V SUPPLY
(One Row
Cabinet Shown,
Others Similar)
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Connections to Optional Battery Busbar Extension Kit P/N 529143
Installed in Lists 21 through 24 Distribution Cabinets
Note: See Battery Busbar Extension Kit (P/N 529143) under ACCESSORY DESCRIPTIONS for description.
3/8 CLEARANCE HOLES, 24 PLACES
(CUSTOMER MUST SUPPLY LUG, BOLTS,
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE.
BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
TOP OF DISTRIBUTION CABINET
Central
Office
Ground 1.312
1.312
1.000
24V
FRONT
VIEW
GND RTN
+24V SUPPLY
BATTERY
(RETURN SIDE)
BUSBAR
BATTERY
(LOAD SIDE)
BUSBAR
Plastic Shield
(One Row
Cabinet Shown,
Others Similar)
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Connections to Inter-bay Busbars (P/O List 2)
Note: Battery busbars within distribution cabinets are rated for 2000A max.
For 2000A-4000A in List 2, make battery connections to inter-bay busbars, shown here.
Battery Lug
Landing Points
See Detail A
GND RETURN
Interbay Busbar Assembly
+24V SUPPLY
Interbay Busbar Assembly
3/8-16 CAPTIVE NUT, 8 PLACES PER BUS
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
2-3/8"
2-3/8"
13/16"
Rear View
2-3/8"
13/16"
13/16"
13/16"
5/8"
1"
3/4"
1-5/8"
3/4"
3/4"
1-5/8"
1/4-20 CAPTIVE NUT, 12 PLACES PER BUS
(CUSTOMER MUST PROVIDE LUG BOLTS
AND ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. BOLT LENGTH: 1-1/4")
DETAIL A
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Connections to Battery Disconnect Circuit Breakers
and Low Battery Voltage Disconnect Options
Refer to the illustrations located under the Bus Module and Low Battery Voltage Disconnect List descriptions
in this document.
Load Distribution
Refer to the illustrations located under the Bus Module List descriptions in this document.
AC Input
Connections to 588705100, 588705101, 588705102, 588705103, 588705104 Module Mounting
Assembly(s)
Refer to the documentation package furnished with the Module Mounting Assembly.
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External Alarm, Reference, and Control
External alarm, reference, and control connection points are located on…
•
J1-J4 on the optional List 71 Audible Alarm and Alarm Termination Circuit Card P/N 509539,
•
TB1 on circuit card P/N 509532, and
•
J8 on circuit card P/N 534868 (if List 71 not installed).
JI
(Typical location on Modem circuit card,
Ethernet and RS-232/Modem card
slightly different configuration.)
VIEW WITH DOOR OPEN LOOKING
DOWN AT BOTTOM OF CABINET
J8
J4
J1
J2
Front
TB1
J3
ALARM TERMINATION/
AUDIBLE ALARM
CIRCUIT CARD, P/N 509539
(LIST 71 OPTION)
(MAIN BAY ONLY)
MCA MAIN CONTROLLER
CIRCUIT CARD, P/N 534868
(MAIN BAY ONLY)
INTERCONNECT/
LVD INHIBIT CIRCUIT CARD,
P/N 509532
(ALL BAYS)
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RELATED DOCUMENTATION
Power Data Sheets:
PD588705100/PD588705101/PD588705102/PD588705103/PD588705104
(Module Mounting Assemblies)
(Note: Power Data Sheet includes all Rectifier Module and DC-DC Converter
Module data.)
Schematic Diagrams:
SD581126000 (NETSURE™ Power System)
SD588705100/SD588705101/SD588705102/SD588705103/SD588705104
(Module Mounting Assemblies)
SD540827 (1-Row Distribution Cabinet)
SD540828 (2-Row Distribution Cabinet)
SD540829 (3-Row Distribution Cabinet)
SD540830 (4-Row Distribution Cabinet)
Wiring Diagrams:
T581126000 (NETSURE™ Power System)
T588705100/T588705101/T588705102/T588705103/T588705104
(Module Mounting Assemblies)
T540827 (1-Row Distribution Cabinet)
T540828 (2-Row Distribution Cabinet)
T540829 (3-Row Distribution Cabinet)
T540830 (4-Row Distribution Cabinet)
Color MCA Menu Tree:
Section 6022
Instructions:
Section 6012, System Installation Instructions
(NETSURE™ Power System, Spec. No. 581126000)
Section 6013, System User Instructions
(NETSURE™ Power System, Spec. No. 581126000)
Section 5940, Installation and User Instructions
(Battery Temperature Probe Concentrator Module, P/N 521211)
Section 5949, Installation Instructions
(MCA Interface Option Kits)
Section 5982, User Instructions
(MCA Ethernet Interface Option Using Ethernet Card Web Interface)
Load and Battery
Lug Detail Drawings:
031110100
031110200
031110300
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Some equipment described in this System Application Guide is designed to accommodate batteries from
various manufacturers. The following are referenced in this document.
C&D: C&D Technologies, Inc., Powercom Div., 1400 Union Meeting Road, Blue Bell, PA 19422-0858
Deka®: East Penn Mfg. Co., Inc., Lyon Station, PA 19536-0147
Douglas®: Douglas Battery Mfg. Co., 500 Battery Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27117-2159
Fiamm: FIAMM T.I, 23880 Industrial Park Drive, Farmington Hills, Detroit, MI 48335
MarathonTM: GNB Industrial Power, a Division of Exide Technologies, Princeton, NJ 08543.
Northstar: NorthStar Battery Co. LLC, 4000 Continental Way, Springfield, MO 65803
PowerSafe EnersysTM: EnerSys Inc., Reading, PA, 196212-4145
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REVISION RECORD
Issue
Change
Number
(ECO)
AA
LLP210771
AB
LLP211402
AC
AD
LLP212882
LLP212840
Description of Change
Date
Approved
New
List 93 Battery Tray spacing changed from 7U to
8U for P/N 122018 battery. Misc. Updates.
Fan Failure statement added for NEBS.
List 92 (Battery Stand System) added.
06/30/08
John Jasko
09/30/08
John Jasko
09/28/09
11/23/09
John Jasko
John Jasko
John Jasko
Dec 4, 2009
Rich Trifiletti
Dec 7, 2009
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