ATC Controllers - Klockner Moeller

ATC Controllers - Klockner Moeller
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Product Selection Guide
ATC-100 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-300 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-600 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-800 Transition Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Description
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Product Selection Guide
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ATC Controller Feature Selection Chart
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ATC-100
ATC-300
ATC-600
ATC-800
Open transition
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
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Closed transition
Not available
Not available
Not available
Standard
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Time delay normal to emergency (TDNE)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time delay engine start (TDES)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time delay emergency to normal (TDEN)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
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Feature Description
Transition
Timers
Time delay engine cooldown (TDEC)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Time delay emergency fail (TDEF)
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Selectable—OFF, 7-, 14-,
28-day interval fixed run time
15 minutes no load/load with
fail-safe
Programmable—OFF, daily, 7-,
14-, 28-day interval selectable
run time 0–600 minutes no
load/load with fail-safe
Programmable—OFF, daily, 7-day
interval selectable run time 0–
600 minutes no load/load
with fail-safe
Programmable—OFF, daily, 7-day
interval selectable run time 0–
600 minutes no load/load
with fail-safe
Engine/Generator Exerciser
Plant exerciser (PE) with fail-safe
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Source 1 Sensing
All-phase undervoltage and underfrequency protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
All-phase overvoltage and overfrequency protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
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Three-phase rotation sensing
Not available
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-phase voltage unbalance/loss
Not available
Standard
Optional
Optional
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Source 2 Sensing
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All-phase undervoltage and underfrequency protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
All-phase overvoltage and overfrequency protection
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-phase rotation sensing
Not available
Standard
Standard
Standard
Three-phase voltage unbalance
Not available
Standard
Optional
Optional
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ATC-100
ATC-300
ATC-600
ATC-800
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Test operators
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
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Four-position test selector switch (FPSS)
Not available
Not available
Optional
Optional
Time delay bypass pushbutton
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Maintenance selector switch (MSS)
Not available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Automatic/manual operation selector switch
Not available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Automatic transfer or automatic transfer with
non-automatic retransfer operation
Not available
Not available
Optional
Optional
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Feature Description
Manual Controls
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Indications/and Status Display
Source 1 connected/Source 2 connected
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Source 1 present/Source 2 present
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Source 1 tripped/Source 2 tripped
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
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Source 1/Source 2 present contacts
Not available
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Source 1/Source 2 present contacts
Not available
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Optional 2NO and 2NC
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Source 1 available/Source 2 available contacts
Not available
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Optional 2NO and 2NC
Optional 2NO and 2NC
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Not available
2NO and 2NC
2NO and 2NC
2NO and 2NC
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Customer Outputs
Switch Position Indication Contact
Source 1 position indication contact
Source 1 position indication contact
Not available
2NO and 2NC
2NO and 2NC
2NO and 2NC
Pretransfer signal contacts
Not available
Standard 1NO and 1NC
Optional
Optional
Go to emergency (Source 2)
Not available
Standard
Standard
Standard
Load shed
Not available
Not available
Optional
Optional
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Not available
Optional
Optional
Optional
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In-phase monitoring
Standard
Optional
Optional
Optional
Load voltage decay
Not available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Not available
Not available
Not available
Optional
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Customer Inputs
Transfer Mode Open Transition
Time delay neutral
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Transfer Mode Closed Transition
Time delay neutral
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In-phase monitoring
Not available
Not available
Not available
Optional
Load voltage decay
Not available
Not available
Not available
Optional
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Not available
Optional
Optional
Optional
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Not available
Optional
Optional
Optional
Service Entrance Rating
Source 1, Source 2 or both and with and
without ground fault protection
Stainless Steel Cover
SS lockable cover for controller
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Specification Description
ATC-100
ATC-300
ATC-600
ATC-800
Time delay normal to emergency
3 seconds (fixed)
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
Time delay emergency to normal
5 minutes (fixed)
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
Time delay engine cooldown
5 minutes (fixed)
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
Programming Selections
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Time delay engine start
3 seconds (fixed)
0–120 seconds
0–120 seconds
0–120 seconds
Time delay neutral
N/A
0–120 seconds
0–120 seconds or based on
load voltage decay of 2%–30%
of nominal
0–120 seconds or based on
load voltage decay of 2%–30%
of nominal
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Time delay Source 2 fail
N/A
0–6 seconds
0–6 seconds
0–6 seconds
Time delay voltage unbalance
N/A
10–30 seconds
N/A
N/A
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Voltage unbalance three-phase
N/A
0 or 1 (1 = enabled)
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% of unbalanced voltage dropout
N/A
5% to 20% (DO) dropout
–2% to 3% (PU)
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Phase reversal three-phase
N/A
OFF, ABC, CBA
N/A
In-phase
N/A
0 or 1 (1 = enabled)
Enabled or disabled
Enabled or disabled
Load sequencing
N/A
N/A
Up to 10 devices
(via sub-network)
Up to 10 devices
(via sub-network)
Pretransfer signal
N/A
1–120 seconds
(Form C contact)
0–120 seconds
(up to 10 devices via sub-network)
0–120 seconds
(up to 10 devices via sub-network)
Plant exerciser
Selectable day, off, 7-, 14-,
28-day interval, 15 minutes
run time, no load
Programmable—off, daily or
7-, 14-, 28-day intervals,
0–600 minutes, load or no load
Programmable—disabled or
7-day interval, 0–600 minutes,
load or no load
Programmable—disabled or 7- day
interval, 0–600 minutes, load or
no load
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Preferred source selection
N/A
N/A
Source 1 or 2 or none
Source 1 or 2 or none
Commitment to transfer in TDNE
N/A
N/A
Enabled or disabled
Enabled or disabled
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Retransfer mode
N/A
N/A
Automatic or manual
Automatic or manual
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Auto daylight savings time adjustment
N/A
0 or 1 (1 = enabled)
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System selection
Utility/generator
Utility/generator or dual utility
Utility/generator or dual utility
or dual generator
Utility/generator or dual utility
or dual generator
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Additional information
PA01600002E
TD01602006E
TD.15A.05.T.E.
TD.15A.05.T.E.
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Note
Features are order specific. Not all features are supplied as standard.
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Specification Description
ATC-100
ATC-300
ATC-600
ATC-800
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Voltage Specifications
System application voltage
Up to 480 Vac
Up to 600 Vac
Up to 600 Vac
Up to 600 Vac
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Voltage measurements of:
Source 1 and 2
Source 1 and 2—
VAB, VBC and VCA
Source 1, 2 and load—
VAB, VBC and VCA
Source 1, 2 and load—
VAB, VBC and VCA
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Voltage measurement range
120–480 Vac
0–790 Vac rms
0–790 Vac rms
0–790 Vac rms
Operating power
95–145 Vac
65–145 Vac
65–145 Vac
65–145 Vac
Frequency measurements of:
Source 2
Source 1 and 2
Source 1 and 2
Source 1 and 2
Frequency measurement range
50–60 Hz
40–70 Hz
40–70 Hz
40–70 Hz
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Frequency Specifications
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Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature range
–20° to +70°C
–20° to +70°C
–20° to +70°C
–20° to +70°C
Storage temperature range
–30° to +85°C
–30° to +85°C
–30° to +85°C
–30° to +85°C
Operating humidity
0 to 95% relative humidity
(noncondensing)
0 to 95% relative humidity
(noncondensing)
0 to 95% relative humidity
(noncondensing)
0 to 95% relative humidity
(noncondensing)
Operating environment
Resistant to ammonia,
methane, nitrogen, hydrogen
and hydrocarbons
Resistant to ammonia,
methane, nitrogen, hydrogen
and hydrocarbons
Resistant to ammonia,
methane, nitrogen, hydrogen
and hydrocarbons
Resistant to ammonia,
methane, nitrogen, hydrogen
and hydrocarbons
Mimic diagram with LED indication
Unit status. Source 1 and 2
available and connected
(five total)
Unit status. Source 1 and 2
available and connected
(five total)
Automatic, test and program
mode. Source 1 and 2 available,
connected and preferred. Load
energized (10 total)
Automatic, test and program
mode. Source 1 and 2 available,
connected and preferred. Load
energized (10 total)
Main display
N/A
LCD-based display
LED display
LED display
Display language
N/A
English, French
English
English
Communications capable
N/A
N/A
PONI/INCOM
PONI/INCOM
Enclosure compatibility
NEMA 1 and 3R
NEMA 1, 12 and 3R,
UV-resistant faceplate
NEMA 1, 12, 3R and 4X
UV-resistant faceplate
NEMA 1, 12, 3R and 4X
UV-resistant faceplate
Operating environmental range
Operation –20 to +70°C
Storage –30 to +85°C
Humidity 0 to 95% relative
(noncondensing)
Operation –20 to +70°C
Storage –30 to +85°C
Humidity 0 to 95% relative
(noncondensing)
Operation –20 to +70°C
Storage –30 to +85°C
Humidity 0 to 95% relative
(noncondensing)
Operation –20 to +70°C
Storage –30 to +85°C
Humidity 0 to 95% relative
(noncondensing)
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Front Panel Indication
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Notes
Transfer on customer input.
As ordered.
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ATC-100 Controller
Description
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Product Selection Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-100 Controller
Standards and Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Data and Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-300 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-600 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-800 Transition Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ATC-100 Controller
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Product Description
Application Description
Features, Benefits and Functions
The ATC-100 Controller is a
comprehensive, multifunction,
microprocessor-based ATS
controller. It is a compact,
self-contained, panelmounted device designed to
replace traditional relay and
solid-state logic panels.
The ATC-100 Controller
provides both fixed and
jumper-selectable settings
to allow for a range of
applications. It operates from
all system voltages between
120 and 480 Vac, singlephase and three-phase, at 50
or 60 Hz. In addition, a period
of no control power operation
is provided. The ATC-100
Controller monitors the
condition of the three-phase
line-to-line voltage and
frequency of both the
utility and generator power
sources. It can also be set
up for single-phase operation.
The ATC-100 controller
provides the necessary
intelligence to ensure that
the transfer switch operates
properly through a series of
sensing and timing functions.
Standard Features
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Auxiliary relay contacts:
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Source 1 present
2NO and 2NC
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Source 2 present
2NO and 2NC
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Switch position indication
contacts:
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Source 1 position
1NO and 1NC
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Source 2 position
1NO and 1NC
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Source 1 and Source 2
sensing:
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Undervoltage/under
frequency
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Overvoltage/over
frequency
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Controller settings via
jumpers located at the
rear of the unit
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The ATC-100 controller
can be used with both the
breaker-based design and
the contactor-based design.
See Page 595 for ranges and
factory settings.
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Mimic diagram with source
available and connected
LED indication
Time-stamped history log
System TEST pushbutton
Selectable—OFF, daily,
7-, 14-, 28-day interval
fixed run time 15 minutes
no load/load with fail-safe
Monitor utility and
generator power source
voltages and generator
power source frequency
Provide undervoltage
protection of the utility and
generator power sources
Provide underfrequency
and overfrequency
protection of the utility and
generator power source
Permit easy customer
setup
Permit system testing
Provide faceplate source
status indications
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Standards and Certifications
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UL listed component
IEC 61000-4-2, 61000-4-3,
61000-4-4, 61000-4-5,
61000-4-6, 61000-4-11
CISPR 11, Class B
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FCC Part 15, Class B
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Technical Data and Specifications
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ATC-100 Controller Specifications
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Description
Specification
Input control voltage
95 to 145 Vac 50/60 Hz
Voltage measurements of
Utility VAB Generator VAB
Utility VBC Generator VBC
Utility VCA Generator VCA
Voltage measurement range
0 to 575 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
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Voltage measurement accuracy
±1% of full scale
Frequency measurements of
Generator
Frequency measurement range
40 Hz to 70 Hz
Frequency measurement accuracy
±0.3 Hz over the measurement range
Operating temperature range
–20 to +70°C (–4 to +158°F)
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Storage temperature range
–0 to +85°C (–22 to +185°F)
Operating humidity
0 to 95% relative humidity (noncondensing)
Operating environment
Resistant to ammonia, methane, nitrogen, hydrogen and hydrocarbons
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Generator start relay
5A, 1/6 hp @ 250 Vac
5A at 30 Vdc with a 150W maximum load
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K1, K2 relays
10A, 1–3 hp @ 250 Vac
10A @ 30 Vdc
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Enclosure compatibility
NEMA 1, NEMA 3R and NEMA 12
UV-resistant ATC-100 faceplate
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Adjustable Features with Range and Factory Default
Setpoint
Fixed/
Adjustable
Description
Range
Factory Default
Breakers
TDES
Fixed
Time delay engine start
3 seconds
3 seconds
3 seconds
TDNE
Jumper-selectable
Time delay normal to emergency
2 or 15 seconds
15 seconds
15 seconds
TDEN
Fixed
Time delay emergency to normal
5 minutes
5 minutes
5 minutes
TDEC
Fixed
Time delay engine cool-off
1 minute
1 minute
1 minute
NOM FREQ
Jumper-selectable
Nominal frequency
50 or 60 Hz
As ordered
As ordered
NOM VOLTS
Jumper-selectable
Nominal voltage
120, 208, 220, 230, 240, 380, and 480V
As ordered
As ordered
S1 UV DROP
Fixed
Utility undervoltage dropout
80% of NOMV
80% of NOMV in volts
80% of NOMV in volts
Contactors
S2 UV DROP
Fixed
Generator undervoltage dropout
80% of NOMV
80% of NOMV in volts
80% of NOMV in volts
S1 UV PICK
Fixed
Utility undervoltage pickup
90% of NOMV
90% of NOMV in volts
90% of NOMV in volts
S2 UV PICK
Fixed
Generator undervoltage pickup
90% of NOMV
90% of NOMV in volts
90% of NOMV in volts
S2 UF DROP
Fixed
Utility underfrequency dropout
90% of NOMF
90% of NOMF in hertz
90% of NOMF in hertz
S2 UF PICK
Fixed
Generator underfrequency pickup
95% of NOMF
95% of NOMF in hertz
95% of NOMF in hertz
S2 OF DROP
Jumper-selectable
Generator overfrequency dropout
Off or 115% of NOMF (contactor)
Off
115%
S2 OF PICK
Jumper-selectable
Generator overfrequency pickup
Off or 110% of NOMF
Off
110%
Generator test
Jumper-selectable
Generator test programming
7-, 14- or 28-day
7-day
7-day
Test mode
Jumper-selectable
Test mode
Off, No Load, Load
Off
Off
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Fixed
Engine run test time
15 minutes
15 minutes
15 minutes
PHASES
Jumper-selectable
Three-phase or single-phase
1 or 3
As ordered
As ordered
TDEF
Fixed
Time delay emergency fail timer
6 seconds
6 seconds
6 seconds
TDN
Jumper-selectable
Time delay neutral
Disabled (0 seconds) or enabled (2 seconds)
Enabled (2 seconds)
Enabled (2 seconds)
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ATC-300 Controller
Description
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Product Selection Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-100 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-300 Controller
Standards and Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Data and Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-600 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-800 Transition Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product Description
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Transfer switches are
equipped with the highperformance ATC-300 digital
transfer controller, receive
rock-solid monitoring, status
reporting and transfer control
operation. Its superior design
and robust construction make
the ATC-300 the industry
benchmark for critical and
distributed power systems.
Application Description
Eaton’s ATC-300 ControllerBased Automatic Transfer
Switch is designed to provide
unmatched performance,
reliability and versatility for
critical standby power
applications.
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Features, Benefits and Functions
Standard Features
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Auxiliary relay contacts:
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Source 1 present
2NO and 2NC
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Source 2 present
2NO and 2NC
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Switch position indication
contacts:
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Source 1 position
1NO and 1NC
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Source 2 position
1NO and 1NC
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Source 1 and Source 2
sensing:
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Undervoltage/
underfrequency
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Overvoltage/
overfrequency
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Three-phase rotation
protection
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Three-phase voltage
unbalance
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Pretransfer signal contacts
1NO/1NC
Go to emergency
(Source 2)
Seven field-programmable
time delays
LCD-based display for
programming, system
diagnostic and Help
message display
Mimic diagram with source
available and connected
LED indication
Time-stamped history log
System TEST pushbutton
Programmable plant
exerciser—OFF, daily,
7-, 14-, 28-day interval
selectable run time
0–600 minutes no load/
load with fail-safe
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Optional Features
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Suitable for use as service
equipment in the standard
enclosure size when used
with breaker-based design
transfer switches
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Available UL 1449 3rd
Edition compliant surge
protection devices
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Integrated distribution
panels
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Field-selectable multi-tap
transformer panel permits
operation on a wide range
of system voltages
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Integral overcurrent
protection available when
used with breaker-based
design transfer switches
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Space heater with
thermostat
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Ammeter—load side
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Power quality metering
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Stainless steel cover
for controller
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UL listed component
Meets intent of
UL 991, 1008
Meets IEC 1000-4-2, 10004-3, 1000-4-4, 1000-4-5,
1000-4-6, 1000-4-11
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Meets CISPR 11, Class A
Complies with FCC Part
15, Class A
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Technical Data and Specifications
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ATC-300 Controller Specifications
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Description
Specification
Input control voltage
Voltage measurements of
65–145 Vac 50/60 Hz
Source 1 VAB
Source 2 VAB
Source 1 VBC
Source 2 VBC
Source 1 VCA
Source 2 VCA
0–790 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
±2% of nominal input voltage
Source 1 and Source 2
40–70 Hz
±0.1 Hz
50–90% of nominal voltage
(Dropout +2%) to 99% of the nominal system voltage
105–120% of nominal voltage
101% to (Dropout –1 Hz) of the nominal system frequency
90–97% of the nominal system frequency
(Dropout +1 Hz) to 99% of the nominal system frequency
103–110% of the nominal system frequency
101% to (Dropout –1 Hz) of the nominal system frequency
–20 to +70°C (–4 to +158°F)
–0 to +85°C (–22 to +185°F)
0–95% relative humidity (noncondensing)
Resistant to ammonia, methane, nitrogen, hydrogen and hydrocarbons
5A, 1/6 hp at 250 Vac/5A at 30 Vdc with a 150W maximum load
10A, 1–3 hp at 250 Vac/10A at 30 Vdc
NEMA 1, NEMA 3R, and NEMA 12
UV resistant ATC-300 faceplate
Voltage measurement range
Voltage measurement accuracy
Frequency measurement for
Frequency measurement range
Frequency measurement accuracy
Undervoltage dropout range
Undervoltage pickup range
Overvoltage dropout range
Overfrequency pickup range
Underfrequency dropout range
Underfrequency pickup range
Overfrequency dropout range
Overfrequency pickup range
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Operating humidity
Operating environment
Generator start relay
K1, K2, pretransfer, alarm relays
Enclosure compatibility
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The following set points are programmable if the corresponding feature is programmed.
ATC-300 Programming Features/Set Points
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Setpoint
Set Point Units
Description
Range
Factory Default
TDES
TDNE
TDEN
TDEC
TDN
PLANT EXER
TEST MODE
TER
TPRE
PHASES
VOLT UNBAL
UNBAL DROP %
UNBAL PICK %
UNBAL DELAY
TDEF
PHASE REV
Minutes: seconds
Minutes: seconds
Minutes: seconds
Minutes: seconds
Minutes: seconds
Days
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Hours: minutes
Minutes: seconds
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Volts
Percent
Percent
Seconds
Seconds
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Time delay engine start
Time delay normal to emergency
Time delay emergency to normal
Time delay engine cool-off
Time delay neutral
Plant exerciser programming
Test Mode
Engine run test time
Pre-transfer delay timer
Three-phase or single-phase
Voltage unbalanced
Percent for unbalanced voltage dropout
Percent for unbalanced voltage pickup
Unbalanced delay timer
Time delay emergency fail timer
Phase reversal
0–120 seconds
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
0–1800 seconds
0–120 seconds
Off, daily, 7-day, 14-day or 28 day
0, 1 or 2 (0 = no load engine test, 1 = load engine test, 2 =disabled)
0–600 min
0–120 sec
1 or 3
0 or 1 (1 = enabled)
5–20% of phase voltage unbalance
Dropout minus (UNBAL DROP % –2) to 3%
10–30
0–6 sec
OFF, ABC or CBA
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0:00
5:00
5:00
0:00
Off
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5:00
0:00
As ordered
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10%
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Description
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ATC-300 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-600 Controller
Technical Data and Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Eaton’s ATC-600 is a
microprocessor-based logic
controller to be used with
transfer switches. This
device is door-mounted
and provides the operator
with an at-a-glance overview
of switch status and
parameters, as well as
key diagnostic data. Realtime values for volts and
frequency can be viewed
via the front panel LED
display, along with an
indication of the power
source currently in use.
The ATC-600 continuously
monitors either single-phase
or three-phase voltages for
Source 1, Source 2 and the
load. When the Source 1
voltage or frequency is
detected to be below the
customer-programmed set
points, transfer to Source 2 is
initiated. When the Source 2
voltage and frequency are
detected to be within the
programmed parameters,
the transfer occurs.
While the load is connected
to Source 2, the ATC-600
continues to monitor
Source 1. As soon as the
Source 1 voltage and
frequency return to within
the programmed limits, and
after a programmed time
delay, a retransfer back to
Source 1 is initiated.
The ATC-600 uses
microprocessor technology
to provide the operator with
a vast array of selections.
Depending on the application,
the user can “customize”
the ATC-600 to meet the
particular application. A
summary of several key
selections is listed in table
on Page 599.
Application Description
Standards and Certifications
The ATC-600 is equipped to
display history information
either via the front panel or
over PowerNet™. Source 1
and Source 2 run time,
available time, and connect
time are available, as well as
Load energized time, number
of transfers, and the date,
time and reason for the last
16 transfers.
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For communications
capability, the ATC-600 can
be equipped with a PONI card
that will allow the user to
communicate with the unit
via Series III software. All
settings for purchased
options can be set from
the faceplate of the unit or
downloaded over PowerNet.
Series III software allows
for charting of key historical
data, as well as providing the
capability to monitor and
control the transfer switch
from a remote location.
For further information on
PowerNet products and
software, see sections 12.5
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Description
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Specification
Input control power range
65 Vac rms to 160 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
Voltage measurements of
Source 1 VAB
Source 1 VBC
Source 1 VCA
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Source 2 VAB
Source 2 VBC
Source 2 VCA
Load VAB
Load VBC
Load VCA
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Voltage measurement range
0 to 790 Vac rms (50/60 Hz)
Voltage measurement accuracy
±2% of nominal input voltage
Frequency measurement for
Source 1 and Source 2
Frequency measurement range
40 Hz to 80 Hz
Frequency measurement accuracy
±0.1 Hz
Undervoltage sensing
Source 1 and Source 2
Undervoltage dropout range
50–90% of nominal voltage
Overvoltage dropout range 105–120% of nominal voltage
Underfrequency dropout range 90–100% of nominal frequency
Overfrequency dropout range 100–120% of nominal frequency
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Two Form A contacts for generator start
5A 250 Vac; 5A 30 Vdc
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Four Form A contacts for control functions
10A 250 Vac; 10A 30 Vdc
Three Form C contacts for control functions
10A 250 Vac; 10A 30 Vdc
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PONI (Product-Operated Network Interface)
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Automatic mode
Blinking LED indicates automatic operation
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Test mode
LED illuminated indicating the unit is in the TEST mode
Program mode
LED illuminated indicating the unit is in the program mode blinking LED indicates user is viewing set points in program mode
Communications output over PowerNet (optional)
Front Panel Indications
LED lights to indicate
Source 1 available (amber), Source 2 available (amber),
Source 1 connected (green), Source 2 connected (red),
Source 1 preferred (red), Source 2 preferred (red), load energized (red)
LED display to indicate
History information
Set points
Real-time clock
Operating temperature range
Operation: –20°C to +70°C/Storage: –30°C to +85°C
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Feature Display
Display Explanation
Set Point Range
Factory Default
Value
Measure
TDES
Time delay engine start timer
0–120 seconds
0:03
Minutes: seconds
TDNE
Time delay normal to emergency timer
0–1800 seconds
0:00
Minutes: seconds
TDEN
Time delay emergency to normal timer
0–1800 seconds
5:00
Minutes: seconds
TDEC
Time delay engine cool down timer
0–1800 seconds
5:00
Minutes: seconds
TDN
Time delay neutral timer
0–120 seconds
0:00
Minutes: seconds
PRF SRC
Preferred source
None
1 = source 1
0 = source 2
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EXER
Plant exerciser enabled or disabled
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
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MANTR
Re-transfer mode
0 = automatic
1 = PB return
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CTDNE
Commitment to transfer in TDNE
0 = not committed
1 = committed
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TMODE
Engine test with/without load transfer
0 = no load transfer
1 = load transfer
2 = disable test pattern
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TPRE
Pre-transfer sub-network time delay
1–00 seconds
0:01
Minutes: seconds
PHASE
Number of system phases
1 or 3 3
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TSEQ
Time delay load sequencing
1–120 seconds
0:10
Minutes: seconds
IPHASE
In-phase transition enabled or disabled
1 = enabled
0 = disabled
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In-phase transition frequency difference (Hertz)
0.0–3.0 Hz
1.0
Hertz
SYNC
Closed/in-phase transition synchronization timer
1–60 minutes
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Minutes
TDEF
Time delay engine failure
0–60 seconds
6
Seconds
Notes
Complete list of programming selections found in IB ATS-1005.
Set to order specific value.
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ATC-800
Description
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Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-100 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-300 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-600 Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ATC-800 Transition Controller
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ATC-800 Transition Controller
Product Description
The ATC-800 is a
programmable,
microprocessor-based
monitoring device designed
for use in Eaton closed
transition transfer switches
and for open transition
contactor-based designs. By
using Eaton’s ATC-800, the
user may avoid intentional
interruption of power when
both sources of power are
available. This make-beforebreak mode of operation is
useful during testing of the
engine generator under load
and where a predetermined
transfer to the generator is
desired. Source paralleling
duration is limited to less
than100 msec.
Passive Closed Transition
The closed transition mode
of operation requires that
both power sources be
synchronized in voltage,
frequency and phase angle
within prescribed limits.
Eaton’s ATC-800 uses a
technique that involves
waiting for synchronization
of the two sources without
actively controlling the
generator’s voltage or
frequency. The mode of
operation is anticipatory in that
the switch close command is
initiated before the sources
are exactly in phase. Utilizing
the phase angle and
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frequency difference between
the two sources, a calculation
is made to predict when both
sources would be in phase.
The response time of the
switch is then factored in to
determine when the switch
close signal should be given to
ensure optimal closure of the
two sources in phase.
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Eaton’s closed transition
ATC-800 must be selected
with one of three feature
sets: 47C, 47D or 47E (47D,
47F, 47G on contactor-based
designs. The difference
between these three feature
sets is the action taken by the
closed transition ATC-800 if it
is determined that the two
sources will not achieve
synchronization. If feature set
47C is selected, failure to
synchronize results in the
switch reverting to an Open
Transition mode of operation
with low voltage decay. If
feature set 47E is selected,
then failure to synchronize
results in the switch reverting
to time delay neutral.
However, if feature set 47D is
selected, failure to synchronize
will result in the ATC-800
refusing to transfer to Source 2
and an alarm signal being
activated. In neither case will
there be a paralleling of
sources if synchronization is
not achieved.
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The generator used with
a closed transition transfer
switch must be equipped
with an isynchronous
governor
When paralleling sources,
fault current contributions
from both sources should
be considered in the
system design
Closed Transition (makebefore-break) technology
causes paralleling with the
Source 1. It is the user’s
responsibility to comply
with any requirements
regarding protective
relaying. Protective
relaying is not supplied
with the standard transfer
switch, but is available as
an option
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Features, Benefits and Functions
Switch Application Section—
Eaton Closed Transition
(ATC-800) Features
The closed transition ATC800 is a door-mounted, totally
enclosed device that is
customer accessible from the
transfer switch front panel.
Data access and programming
operations are performed
using the ATC-800 Transfer’s
touch-sensitive function
buttons in conjunction with
an easy-to-read, illuminated,
alphanumeric LED display.
Both the function buttons
and the display window are
part of the device’s front
panel. A built-in Help button
provides user assistance in
the form of message displays.
The ATC-800 is
communications ready
and compatible with all
Eaton IQ devices as well as
the Eaton PowerNet systemwide supervisory and control
software. This permits
monitoring and control of
several transfer switches,
locally or remotely, from a
single point.
Additional Features
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Source paralleling duration
is limited to 100 msec
or less
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True rms three-phase
voltage sensing on normal,
Source 2 and Load
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Frequency sensing on
normal and Source 2
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Programmable set points
stored in nonvolatile
memory
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PowerNet communication
to personal computer
either on site or remote
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Historical data on most
recent transfers (up to
16 events) viewable at
switch. Unlimited history
storage (remote) available
when used with PowerNet
software
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Wide range of userselectable option
combinations
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Load sequencing
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Engine start contacts
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Engine test switch with
user-selectable test mode
and fail-safe
Alarm contact (multiple
alarm functions available)
Pretransfer signal
Heartbeat monitor (flashing
green Automatic light
signifies that the ATC-800
is operating properly)
Instrumentation:
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Voltmeter
(accuracy ±1%)
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Reads line-to-line
on Sources 1 and 2
and Load
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Frequency meter
(40–80 Hz, accuracy
±0.1 Hz)
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Source available time
(both sources)
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Source connected time
(both sources)
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Source run time
ATC-800 Programming
Button Functions
Three buttons provide easy
access to all commonly used
ATC-800 functions.
When the preferred source is
connected and the ATS is
operating normally, the
automatic indicator light will be
flashing and the display
window will be blank.
Using the Display Select
button, the operator can step
through each of the six
display families:
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Source 1
Source 2
Load
History
Time/date
Set points
Initial Programming
Factory programming will
load all customer-specified
functions and presets. At the
customer’s request, Eaton
will add, delete or adjust
optional features.
Customer Programming
Customers may reprogram
set points and other
parameters to match
their application, using the
program switch located on
the rear of the unit. Once the
programming mode has been
activated and the program
light is flashing, the user may
access set point settings by
pressing the Display Select
button until the set points
LED is illuminated. Values
for individual set points may
then be altered by pressing the
Increase or Decrease buttons.
Once a parameter has been
reset, the user advances to
the next set point by pressing
the Step button.
While the ATC-800 is in the
program mode, the device
continues to operate in
accordance with the
previously programmed
set points and parameters.
The unit is never offline,
and preset values do not
change until programming
has been completed.
Once reprogramming is
complete, the user may
return the program switch to
the run position. At this point,
all new values are stored in
the ATC-800 non-volatile
memory, and the unit returns
to Automatic mode.
Definitions
Closed transition: Closed
transition is a feature that will
temporarily parallel two live
sources in a make-beforebreak scheme when
performing a transfer. The
ATC-800 will close the
switching devices for both
sources, paralleling both
sources, for a maximum time
of 100 milliseconds after the
sources are synchronized.
Open transition/in-phase
monitor: In-phase monitor
is a feature that will allow
a transfer between two
sources only when the phase
difference between the two
sources is near zero. This is
an open transition transfer
that prevents inrush currents
from exceeding normal
starting currents in the
case where motor loads
are being transferred.
Open transition/delayed
with load voltage decay:
Load voltage decay transfer is
a feature that, after opening
the switch for the original
source, holds in the neutral
position until the voltage on
the load is less than 30% of
rated voltage. This is an open
transition that prevents inrush
currents from exceeding
normal starting currents in
the case where motor loads
are being transferred.
Note: Stepping through the
various display modes does not
alter preset values or otherwise
affect operation of the ATS.
Once the desired display
family is selected, the user
may press the Step button
to cycle through specific
parameters or metered
values shown in the
display window.
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Test
Indicator light is on
when unit is in Test
mode.
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LED indicates that the ATS is
operating normally and is in the
Automatic mode.
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Program
LED indicates unit is in Programming mode.
(This mode is activated using the Program
switch located on the rear of the unit.)
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History
By pressing the Display Select button to light
the History LED and the Step button to rotate
through available data, historical or
cumulative values for Available Time (Both
Sources), Connected Time (Both Sources),
Number of Transfers and Date/Time Reason
for last 16 transfers are displayed.
Source 1, Source 2, and Load
Colored LED lights show status of both
Sources and Load.
LED Display
Unit will provide LED readout showing
actual metered values for Voltage,
Frequency and Condition (including
Normal, Undervoltage, Overvoltage, etc.)
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Help
Pressing the Help button in any function
mode will bring up display messages,
explanations and prompts to assist the
operator.
Time/Date
Displays real-time clock. Clock can be
easily set in this mode using the Increase
and Decrease buttons.
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Set Points
Selecting this LED permits the user to
display existing programmed values.
Engine Test Buttons
Pressing this button twice
initiates an engine test.
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Increase/Decrease
A detailed explanation of these buttons
can be found in the Operation section.
Display Select
■ Source 1
■ Source 2
■ Load
■ History
■ Time/Date
■ Set Points
Button is discussed
in Operation section.
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Shows multiple
variables under each
display select function.
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Operation
The ATC-800 operates in
the following modes to meet
most load management
applications:
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Loss of normal power
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Open transition to
alternate source
Normal power restored
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Closed transition back
to normal source
Peak shave (remote or
local) closed transition to
and from alternate source
Test (user selectable)
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Load transfer—closed
transition to and from
alternate source
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No-load transfer—starts
alternate power source
and allows to run
unloaded. No transfer
takes place
Feature Set 47C Schematic
Request for Transfer
Alternate
Source
Available?
Yes
Yes
Closed
Transition
Sources
Synchronized
<Tmax
No
Open Transition/
In-phase Monitor
Close Source 2
Both Sources
Still Available
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Source 1 Open
<100 msec?
Yes
Sources
Synchronized
<Tmax
No
Programming and Options
Closed Transition
Operation Modes
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Transit
Delayed
No
Open Source 1
Yes
Feature Set 47C Closed/InPhase/Load Voltage Decay
ATC-800 controllers
equipped with Feature Set
47C execute the following
sequence of operations
upon receipt of a request
for transfer: the controller
waits (for a preselected time
frame) for synchronization
of voltage and frequency. If
achieved, a closed transition
transfer occurs. Failure to
synchronize results in the
controller defaulting to
an in-phase monitor, open
transition mode of operation.
If the two sources fail
to achieve frequency
synchronization within the
user-selectable range, the
controller defaults to an
open transition using
a load voltage decay
delayed transition.
No
Detect Source 2 Closed
Yes
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Open Source 2
Open Source 1
Load Voltage Decay
Alarm
Close Source 2
Close Source 2
End
End
Good
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Closed Transition/In-Phase Standard Features
Standard Features
Customer Adjustments
Closed transition frequency difference (Hz)
0.0 to 0.3 Hz
Closed transition voltage difference (V)
1–5%
In-phase transition frequency difference (Hz)
0.0–0.3 Hz
Closed transition synchronization timer
1–60 minutes
In-phase transition synchronization timer
1–60 minutes
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Feature Set 47D
Closed Only
ATC-800 controllers
equipped with Feature Set
47D only transfer to an
alternate source when both
sources are synchronized.
For synchronization to occur,
both voltage and frequency
differentials must fall within
the user-selectable ranges. If
synchronization does not
occur (within a preselected
amount of time), the
controller will maintain load
connection to the current
power source and initiate
an alarm.
Closed Transition
With Default to In-Phase
Transition With Default
to Time Delay Neutral
Provides a closed transition
transfer as the primary
transfer mode. In the event
Source 1 and Source 2 fail
to synchronize within the
permitted voltage difference,
frequency difference, phase
angle difference and time,
then the controller defaults
to the In-phase transition
with default to time delay
neutral operation as
described in Features 32D
and 32A. Adjustable
frequency difference
0.0–0.3 Hz. Adjustable
voltage difference
1–5% volts. Adjustable
synchronization time
allowance 1–60 minutes.
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Request for Transfer
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Alternate
Source
Available?
Yes
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Sources
Synchronized
<Tmax
Yes
Closed
Transition
No
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Close Source 2
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Detect Source 2 Closed
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Open Source 1
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Source 1 Open
<100 msec?
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Yes
Open Source 2
Good
Alarm
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End
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Standard Features
Customer Adjustments
Closed transition frequency difference (Hz)
0.0–0.3 Hz
Closed transition voltage difference
1–5%
Closed transition synchronization timer
1–60 minutes
Feature Set 47F Closed/
Load Voltage Decay
ATC-800 controllers equipped
with Feature Set 47F will
perform a closed transition
when both sources are
synchronized in frequency,
phase and voltage. Failure to
synchronize will result in an
open transition Time Delay
Load Voltage Decay transfer.
Time Delay Load Voltage
Decay uses the load voltage
measurements to sense back
EMF that is generated when
the transfer switch is in the
Neutral position. It provides
a delay in transfer in either
direction if an unacceptable
level is sensed as established
by a customer programmed
level. The transfer will not
take place until the back EMF
decays below the acceptable
programmed level. This
feature has a separate setting
of enabling or disabling the
operation. If disabled, the
transfer switch will not delay
in the Neutral position and
will transfer between the
sources as fast as possible.
This feature is not available
with the Time Delay Neutral
Optional Feature 32A,
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Neutral provides a time delay
in the transfer switch neutral
position when both sources
are open. This delay takes
place when the load is
transferred in either direction
to prevent excessive in-rush
currents due to out-of-phase
switching of large motor
loads.
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Time Delay Neutral
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with Feature Set 47F will
perform a closed transition
transfer when both sources
are synchronized in
frequency, phase and
voltage. Failure to
synchronize will result in an
open transition Time Delay
Neutral transfer. Time Delay
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ABC, 3, 8
acceptable, 16
access, 13
accessible, 13
accordance, 13
accuracy, 6, 8, 10, 13
achieve, 12, 15
achieved, 12, 15
action, 12
activated, 12-14
actively, 12
actual, 14
add, 13
addition, 5
Additional, 3, 13
adjust, 13
Adjustable, 6, 16
adjustment, 3
Adjustments, 15-16
advances, 13
affect, 13
after, 9, 13
Alarm, 13, 15-16
alarm, 8, 12-13, 16
All, 1, 9, 11
all, 3-5, 11, 13
allow, 5, 9, 13
allowance, 16
allows, 9, 15
along, 9
alphanumeric, 13
also, 5
alter, 13
altered, 13
Alternate, 15-16
alternate, 15-16
amber, 10
Ammeter, 7
ammonia, 4, 6, 8
amount, 16
an, 9, 12-16
and, 1-2, 4-16
angle, 12, 16
anticipatory, 12
any, 11-12, 14
appear, 11
Application, 5, 7, 9, 12-13
application, 4, 9, 13
applications, 5, 7, 15
are, 3-4, 7-9, 11-14, 16
array, 9
As, 4, 6, 8-9
as, 3-4, 7, 9, 12-13, 16
assist, 14
assistance, 13
associated, 11
At, 13
at, 1-16
ATC, 1-16
ATS, 5, 11, 13-14
Auto, 3
Automatic, 2-4, 7, 10, 13-14
automatic, 2, 10-11, 13
automatically, 11
Index
Auxiliary, 5, 7
Available, 7, 14-16
available, 1-2, 4-5, 7, 9-10, 12-14, 16
AvailableDetect, 15
avoid, 12
B
back, 9, 15-16
Based, 7
based, 3-5, 7, 9, 12
be, 5, 9, 12-14
been, 13
before, 12-13
being, 12-13
below, 9, 11, 16
benchmark, 7
Benefits, 5, 7, 12-13
between, 5, 12-13, 16
blank, 13
Blinking, 10
blinking, 10
Both, 13-15
both, 2, 5, 12-14, 16
break, 12-13
breaker, 7
Breakers, 6
bring, 14
built, 13
but, 12
Button, 13-14
button, 13-14
Buttons, 14
buttons, 13-14
By, 12, 14
by, 12-13, 16
bypass, 2
C
CA, 1-16
calculation, 12
call, 1-16
can, 5, 9, 13-14
capability, 9
capable, 4
card, 9
case, 12-13
causes, 12
CBA, 3, 8
Certifications, 5-9
change, 11, 13
Changing, 11
Chart, 1-4
charting, 9
CISPR, 6, 8
Class, 6, 8
Clock, 14
clock, 10, 14
Close, 15-16
close, 12-13
Closed, 1-2, 11-16
closed, 12-13, 15-16
Closedalternate, 15
closure, 12
Col, 14
com, 1-16
combinations, 13
command, 12
Commercial, 1-16
Commitment, 3, 11
committed, 11
commonly, 13
communicate, 9
communication, 13
Communications, 4, 10
communications, 9, 13
compact, 5
compatibility, 4, 6, 8
compatible, 13
Complete, 8, 11
complete, 13
completed, 13
compliant, 7
Complies, 8
comply, 12
component, 6, 8-9
comprehensive, 5
computer, 13
Condition, 14
condition, 5
conjunction, 13
connect, 9
Connected, 14
connected, 2, 4-5, 7, 9-10, 13
connection, 16
considered, 12
Index
construction, 7
Contact, 2, 10
contact, 2-3, 13
contactor, 5-6, 12
Contactors, 6
contacts, 2, 5, 7, 10, 13
contained, 5
Contents, 1, 5, 7, 9, 12
continued, 2, 4
continues, 9, 13
continuously, 9
contributions, 12
control, 5-10, 13
Controller, 1-10, 12
controller, 2, 5, 7, 9, 15-16
Controllers, 1-16
controllers, 15-16
controlling, 12
Controls, 2
cool, 6, 8, 11
cooldown, 1, 3
corresponding, 8
Cover, 2
cover, 2, 7
critical, 7
CTDNE, 11
cumulative, 14
current, 12, 16
currently, 9
currents, 13, 16
Customer, 2, 13, 15-16
customer, 4-5, 9, 13, 16
Customers, 13
customize, 9
cycle, 13
D
daily, 1, 3, 5, 7-8
Data, 5-10, 13
data, 9, 13-14
Date, 14
date, 9, 13
day, 1, 3, 5-8
daylight, 3
Days, 8
Decay, 15-16
decay, 2-3, 12-13, 15
decays, 16
December, 1-16
Decrease, 13-14
Default, 6, 8, 11, 16
default, 11, 16
defaulting, 15
defaults, 15-16
Definitions, 13
DELAY, 8
Delay, 16
delay, 1-3, 6, 8-9, 11-12, 16
delayed, 13, 15
DelayedProgramming, 15
delays, 7
delete, 13
Delivery, 1-16
Depending, 9
described, 16
Description, 1-10, 12
design, 5, 7, 12
designed, 5, 7, 12
designs, 12
desired, 12-13
detailed, 14
Detect, 16
detected, 9
determine, 12
determined, 12
device, 5, 9, 12-13
devices, 3, 7, 13
diagnostic, 7, 9
diagram, 4-5, 7
difference, 11-13, 15-16
differentials, 16
digital, 7
direction, 16
disable, 11
Disabled, 6
disabled, 3, 8, 11, 16
disabling, 16
discussed, 14
Display, 2, 4, 11, 13-14
display, 4, 7, 9-11, 13-14
displayed, 14
Displays, 14
displays, 13
distributed, 7
Distribution, 1-16
distribution, 7
DO, 3
do, 13
does, 13, 16
door, 9, 13
Index
down, 11
downloaded, 9
DROP, 6, 8
Dropout, 8
dropout, 3, 6, 8, 10-11
dual, 3
due, 16
duration, 12-13
during, 12
E
each, 13-14
easily, 14
easy, 5, 13
Eaton, 7, 9, 12-13
eaton, 1-16
echnical, 6
Edition, 7
either, 9, 16
emergency, 1-3, 6-8, 11
EMF, 16
Enabled, 3, 6
enabled, 3, 6, 8, 11
enabling, 16
enclosed, 13
Enclosure, 4, 6, 8
enclosure, 7
End, 15-16
energized, 4, 9-10
Engine, 1, 6, 8, 11, 13-14
engine, 1, 3, 6, 8, 11-12, 14
English, 4
ensure, 5, 12
Entrance, 2
environment, 4, 6, 8
Environmental, 4
environmental, 4
equipment, 7
equipped, 7, 9, 12, 15-16
established, 16
etc, 14
event, 16
events, 13
exactly, 12
exceeding, 13
excessive, 16
execute, 15
EXER, 8, 11
Exerciser, 1
exerciser, 1, 3, 7-8, 11
existing, 14
Explanation, 11
explanation, 14
explanations, 11, 14
F
faceplate, 4-6, 8-9
factored, 12
Factory, 6, 8, 11, 13
factory, 5, 11
fail, 1, 3, 5-8, 13, 15-16
Failure, 15-16
failure, 11-12
fall, 16
families, 13
family, 13
fast, 16
fault, 2, 12
FCC, 6, 8
Feature, 1-2, 11, 15-16
feature, 8, 12-13, 16
Features, 4-8, 11-13, 15-16
features, 3-4, 10-11, 13
Field, 7
field, 7
five, 4
Fixed, 6
fixed, 1, 3, 5
flashing, 13
following, 8, 15
For, 1-16
for, 2, 5, 7-10, 12-16
Form, 3, 10
form, 13
found, 8, 11, 14
Four, 2, 10
FPSS, 2
frame, 15
French, 4
FREQ, 6
Frequency, 4, 6, 8, 10, 13-14
frequency, 5-6, 8-12, 15-16
from, 5, 9, 12-13, 15
Front, 4, 10, 14
Index
front, 9, 13
full, 6
function, 13-14
Functions, 5, 7, 12-14
functions, 5, 10, 13
further, 9
Hz, 4-6, 8, 10-11, 13, 15-16
Hzsynchronize, 15
I
G
generated, 16
Generator, 1, 6, 8
generator, 3, 5, 10, 12
given, 12
glance, 9
Go, 2, 7
Good, 16
GoodATC, 15
governor, 12
green, 10, 13
ground, 2
Guide, 1, 5, 7, 9, 12
H
has, 13, 16
Heartbeat, 13
heater, 7
Help, 7, 13-14
Hertz, 11
hertz, 6
high, 7
Historical, 13
historical, 9, 14
History, 10, 14
history, 5, 7, 9, 13
Historyeither, 13
holds, 13
Hours, 8
However, 12
hp, 6, 8
Humidity, 4
humidity, 4, 6, 8
hydrocarbons, 4, 6, 8
hydrogen, 4, 6, 8
IB, 8, 11
IEC, 6, 8
If, 12, 15-16
if, 8, 12, 16
III, 9
illuminated, 10, 13
Immediate, 1-16
In, 2-3, 5, 11-13, 15-16
in, 3, 6-16
including, 14
INCOM, 4
Increase, 13-14
indicate, 10
indicates, 10, 14
indicating, 10
Indication, 2, 4
indication, 2, 4-5, 7, 9
Indications, 2, 10
indicationsSee, 5
Indicator, 14
indicator, 13
individual, 13
industry, 7
information, 3, 9-10
Initial, 13
initiate, 16
initiated, 9, 12
initiates, 14
InPhase, 15
Input, 6, 8, 10
input, 4, 8, 10
Inputs, 2
inrush, 13
Instrumentation, 13
Integral, 7
Integrated, 7
intelligence, 5
intent, 8
intentional, 12
Interface, 10
interruption, 12
interval, 1, 3, 5, 7
intervals, 3
Index
involves, 12
IPFD, 11
IPHASE, 11
IQ, 13
is, 5, 7-10, 12-14, 16
isynchronous, 12
It, 5, 12, 16
it, 12
Its, 7
load, 1, 3-13, 15-16
loads, 13, 16
local, 15
locally, 13
located, 5, 13-14
location, 9
lockable, 2
log, 7
logic, 5, 9
logreplace, 5
Loss, 15
loss, 1
low, 12
J
Jumper, 6
jumper, 5
jumpers, 5
K
key, 9
KMParts, 1-16
L
language, 4
large, 16
last, 9, 14
LCD, 4, 7
LED, 4-5, 7, 9-10, 13-14
less, 12-13
level, 16
light, 13-14
lights, 10, 14
limited, 12-13
limits, 9, 12
line, 5, 13
list, 8, 11
listed, 6, 8-9
live, 13
Load, 2-4, 6, 9-10, 13-16
M
made, 12
Main, 4
maintain, 16
Maintenance, 2
make, 7, 12-13
management, 15
MANTR, 11
Manual, 2
manual, 2-3
match, 13
maximum, 6, 8, 13
may, 12-13
Measure, 11
measurement, 4, 6, 8, 10
measurements, 4, 6, 8, 10, 16
meet, 9, 15
Meets, 8
memory, 13
message, 7, 13
messages, 14
meter, 13
metered, 13-14
metering, 7
methane, 4, 6, 8
microprocessor, 5, 9, 12
milliseconds, 13
Mimic, 4-5, 7
min, 8
minus, 8
minute, 6
Minutes, 8, 11
minutes, 1, 3, 5-8, 11, 15-16
Index
minutestransition, 15
MODE, 8
Mode, 2, 8
mode, 3-4, 6, 10-16
Modes, 15
modes, 13, 15
Monitor, 5, 15
monitor, 9, 13, 15
monitoring, 2, 7, 12-13
monitors, 5, 9
most, 13, 15
motor, 13, 16
mounted, 5, 9, 13
msec, 12-13, 15-16
MSS, 2
multi, 7
multifunction, 5
multiple, 13-14
must, 12, 16
N
NC, 2, 5, 7
near, 13
necessary, 5
neither, 12
NEMA, 4, 6, 8
Network, 10
network, 3, 11
Neutral, 16
neutral, 2-3, 6, 8, 11-13, 16
never, 13
new, 11, 13
next, 13
nitrogen, 4, 6, 8
NO, 2, 5, 7
No, 6, 15-16
no, 1, 3, 5, 7-8, 11
NOM, 6
NOMF, 6
Nominal, 6
nominal, 3, 8, 10-11
NOMV, 6
non, 2, 13
noncondensing, 4, 6, 8
None, 11
none, 3
nonvolatile, 13
Normal, 14-15
normal, 1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15
normally, 13-14
NoSynchronized, 15-16
Not, 1-4
not, 11-13, 16
Note, 8, 10-11, 13
NoteFeatures, 3
Notes, 4, 11
Number, 11, 14
number, 9
O
occur, 16
occurs, 9, 15
OF, 6
of, 3-16
OFF, 1, 3, 5, 7-8
Off, 6, 8
off, 3, 6, 8
offline, 13
olts, 8
on, 3-4, 7, 9, 12-14
Once, 13
one, 12
Only, 16
only, 11, 13, 16
Open, 1-2, 12-13, 15-16
open, 12-13, 15-16
opening, 13
OpenSynchronized, 15
operate, 13
Operated, 10
operates, 5, 15
Operating, 4, 6, 8, 10
operating, 13-14
Operation, 4, 10, 14-15
operation, 2, 5, 7, 10, 12-13, 15-16
operations, 13, 15
operator, 9, 13-14
operators, 2
optimal, 12
option, 12-13
Optional, 1-2, 7, 10, 16
optional, 10, 13
Options, 15
options, 9
Index
or, 1-16
order, 3-4, 11
ordered, 4, 6, 8, 11
ored, 14
original, 13
originally, 11
other, 13
otherwise, 13
out, 16
output, 10
Outputs, 2, 10
over, 5-6, 9-10
overcurrent, 7
Overfrequency, 8, 10
overfrequency, 1, 5-7
overview, 9
Overvoltage, 5, 7-8, 10, 14
overvoltage, 1
P
PA, 3
Page, 1, 5, 7, 9, 12
Panel, 4, 10, 14
panel, 5, 7, 9, 13
panels, 5, 7
parallel, 13
paralleling, 12-13
parameter, 13
parameters, 9, 13
Part, 6, 8
part, 13
particular, 9
Passive, 12
pattern, 11
PB, 11
PE, 1
Peak, 15
Percent, 8
perform, 16
performance, 7
performed, 13
performing, 13
period, 5
Permit, 5
permits, 7, 13-14
permitted, 16
personal, 13
PHASE, 8, 11
Phase, 3, 8, 15-16
phase, 1-3, 5-9, 11-13, 15-16
PHASES, 6, 8
phases, 11
PICK, 6, 8
pickup, 6, 8, 11
place, 15-16
PLANT, 8
Plant, 1, 3, 8, 11
plant, 7
Point, 8, 11
point, 13
Points, 8, 11, 14
points, 8-11, 13
PONI, 4, 9-10
Position, 2
position, 2, 5, 7, 13, 16
possibilities, 11
possible, 16
Power, 7
power, 4-5, 7, 9-10, 12, 15-16
PowerNet, 9-10, 13
Pre, 8, 11
predetermined, 12
predict, 12
Preferred, 3, 11
preferred, 4, 10, 13
prescribed, 12
preselected, 15-16
present, 2, 5, 7
presented, 11
preset, 13
presets, 13
press, 13
Pressing, 14
pressing, 13-14
Pretransfer, 2-3, 7, 13
pretransfer, 8
prevent, 16
prevents, 13
previously, 13
PRF, 11
primary, 16
Product, 1, 5, 7, 9-10, 12
products, 9
Prog, 14
Program, 10, 14
program, 4, 10, 13
Programmable, 1, 3, 7, 11, 13
programmable, 7-8, 11-12
programmed, 8-9, 11, 13-14, 16
Programming, 3, 8, 11, 13-14
Index
programming, 6-8, 11, 13
prompts, 14
properly, 5, 13
protection, 1-2, 5, 7
Protective, 12
protective, 12
Provide, 5
provide, 7, 9, 13-14
provided, 5
Provides, 16
provides, 5, 9, 13, 16
providing, 9
PU, 3
purchased, 9
pushbutton, 2, 5, 7
Q
quality, 7
R
ram, 14
Range, 6, 8, 11
range, 4-8, 10, 13, 15
ranges, 5, 16
rated, 13
Rating, 2
rd, 7
Re, 11
read, 13
readout, 14
Reads, 13
ready, 13
Real, 9-10
real, 14
rear, 5, 13-14
Reason, 14
reason, 9
receipt, 15
receive, 7
recent, 13
red, 10
refusing, 12
regarding, 12
relative, 4, 6, 8
relay, 5-8
relaying, 12
relays, 6, 8
reliability, 7
Remember, 11
remote, 9, 13, 15
remotely, 13
reporting, 7
reprogram, 13
reprogramming, 13
Request, 15-16
request, 13, 15
required, 11
requirements, 12
requires, 12
reset, 13
Resistant, 4, 6, 8
resistant, 4, 6, 8
response, 12
responsibility, 12
ressing, 14
restored, 15
result, 12, 16
results, 12, 15
Retransfer, 3
retransfer, 2, 9
return, 9, 11, 13
returns, 13
REV, 8
reversal, 3, 8
reverting, 12
rms, 4, 6, 8, 10, 13
robust, 7
rock, 7
rotate, 14
rotation, 1, 7
run, 1, 3, 5-9, 13, 15
rush, 16
S
safe, 1, 5, 7, 13
savings, 3
scale, 6
Schematic, 16
SchematicThe, 15
Index
scheme, 13
sec, 8
Seconds, 8, 11
seconds, 3, 6, 8, 11
secondsTDEC, 11
secondsTime, 3
Section, 13
section, 14
sections, 9
see, 9
Select, 13-14
select, 14
Selectable, 1, 3, 5
selectable, 1, 5-7, 13, 15-16
selected, 12-13
Selecting, 14
Selection, 1-5, 7, 9, 12
selection, 3
Selections, 3
selections, 8-9, 11
selector, 2
self, 5
sense, 16
sensed, 16
Sensing, 1
sensing, 1, 5, 7, 10, 13
sensitive, 13
separate, 16
sequence, 15
sequencing, 3, 11, 13
Series, 9
series, 5
Service, 2
service, 7
Set, 8, 10-11, 13-16
set, 5, 8-14
Setpoint, 6, 8
setpoint, 11
sets, 12
setting, 16
settings, 5, 9, 11, 13
setup, 5
Seven, 7
several, 9, 13
shave, 15
shed, 2
should, 12
show, 14
showing, 14
shown, 13
Shows, 14
sideunbalance, 7
signal, 2-3, 7, 12-13
signifies, 13
single, 5-6, 8-9, 13
site, 13
six, 13
size, 7
software, 9, 13
solid, 5, 7
soon, 9
Source, 1-5, 7-10, 12-16
source, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15-16
Sources, 13-16
sources, 5, 12-13, 15-16
Space, 7
specific, 3-4, 11, 13
Specification, 3-4, 6, 8, 10
Specifications, 4-10
specified, 13
SRC, 11
SS, 2
Stainless, 2, 7
stamped, 5, 7
Standard, 1-2, 5, 7, 15-16
standard, 3-4, 7, 12
Standards, 5-9
StandardThree, 1
StandardTimers, 1
standby, 7
start, 1, 3, 6, 8, 10-11, 13
starting, 13
starts, 15
state, 5
Status, 2
status, 4-5, 7, 9, 14
Steel, 2
steel, 7
Step, 13-14
step, 13
Stepping, 13
Still, 15
Storage, 4, 6, 8, 10
storage, 13
stored, 13
sub, 3, 11
Suitable, 7
summary, 9
superior, 7
supervisory, 13
supplied, 3-4, 12
Support, 1-16
surge, 7
Switch, 2, 5, 7, 13
switch, 2, 5, 9, 12-14, 16
Switches, 1-16
Index
switches, 7, 9, 12-13
switching, 13, 16
SYNC, 11
synchronization, 11-12, 15-16
synchronize, 12, 16
synchronized, 12-13, 16
System, 3-5, 7
system, 5, 7-8, 11-13
systems, 7
T
table, 9
take, 16
taken, 12
takes, 15-16
tap, 7
TD, 3
TDEC, 1, 6, 8
TDEF, 1, 6, 8, 11
TDEN, 1, 6, 8, 11
TDES, 1, 6, 8, 11
TDN, 6, 8, 11
TDNE, 1, 3, 6, 8, 11
Tech, 1-16
Technical, 5, 7-10
technique, 12
technology, 9, 12
temperature, 4, 6, 8, 10
temporarily, 13
TER, 6, 8
TEST, 5, 7-8, 10
Test, 2, 6, 8, 10, 14-15
test, 2, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13-14
testing, 12
testingbreaker, 5
than, 12-13
that, 5, 9, 12-14, 16
The, 5, 8-9, 12-13, 16
the, 5-16
their, 13
then, 12-13, 16
there, 12
thermostat, 7
these, 12, 14
This, 9, 12-14, 16
this, 13-14
Three, 1, 6-8, 10, 13
three, 3, 5, 9, 12-13
through, 5, 13-14
Time, 1-3, 5-8, 11, 13-14, 16
time, 1, 3, 5-16
timer, 6, 8, 11, 15-16
timing, 5
Tmax, 15-16
TMODE, 11
to, 1-16
total, 4
totally, 13
touch, 13
TPRE, 8, 11
traditional, 5
Transfer, 1-16
transfer, 2-3, 5, 7-9, 11-13, 15-16
transferred, 13, 16
Transfers, 14
transfers, 9, 13-14
transformer, 7
Transit, 15
Transition, 1-2, 5, 7, 9, 12-16
transition, 1, 11-13, 15-16
tripped, 2
True, 13
TSEQ, 11
twice, 14
Two, 10
two, 12-13, 15
U
UF, 6
UL, 6-9
unacceptable, 16
UNBAL, 8
unbalance, 1, 3, 8
Unbalanced, 8
unbalanced, 3, 8
under, 5, 12, 14
Underfrequency, 8, 10
underfrequency, 1, 5-7
Undervoltage, 5, 7-8, 10, 14
undervoltage, 1, 5-6
Unit, 4, 14
unit, 5, 9-10, 13-14
Units, 8
Unlimited, 13
Index
unloaded, 15
unmatched, 7
until, 13, 16
Up, 3-4
up, 3, 5, 13-14
upon, 15
use, 7, 9, 12
used, 5, 7, 9, 12-13
useful, 12
user, 9-10, 12-16
uses, 9, 12, 16
Using, 13
using, 12-15
Utility, 3, 6
utility, 3, 5
Utilizing, 12
UV, 4, 6, 8
V
VAB, 4, 6, 8, 10
Vac, 4-6, 8, 10
Value, 11
value, 11
Values, 13
values, 9, 11, 13-14
variables, 14
various, 13
vast, 9
VBC, 4, 6, 8, 10
VCA, 4, 6, 8, 10
Vdc, 6, 8, 10
versatility, 7
via, 3, 5, 9
viewable, 13
viewed, 9
viewing, 10
volatile, 13
VOLT, 8
Voltage, 3-4, 6, 8, 10, 14-16
voltage, 1-13, 15-16
voltages, 5, 7, 9
Voltmeter, 13
VOLTS, 6
volts, 6, 9, 16
Volume, 1-16
W
waiting, 12
waits, 15
well, 9, 13
When, 9, 12-13
when, 7, 12-14, 16
where, 12-13
While, 9, 13
Wide, 13
wide, 7, 13
will, 9, 11-14, 16
window, 13
With, 16
with, 1-2, 4-9, 11-13, 15-16
within, 9, 12, 15-16
without, 2, 11-12
would, 12
www, 1-16
Y
Yes, 15-16
Z
zero, 13
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