S280-104-1
Reclosers
Service Information
Form 4D Microprocessor-Based
Pole-Mount Recloser Control
Installation and Operation Instructions
S280-104-1
Applicable to the following serial numbers:
• Type KME4DPA control: serial number CP571231477
and above, applies to Form 4D control for use with W,
VS, and auxiliary-powered NOVA reclosers.
• Type KME4DPB control: serial number CP571231527
and above, applies to control-powered NOVA Form 4D
control for use with control-powered reclosers.
Figure 1.
Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control.
Contents
Safety Information . .................................................... 2
Accessories ................................................................ 31
Product Information ................................................... 3
Low Voltage Closing ............................................... 31
Introduction ............................................................. 3
Cabinet Ordering Accessories ................................. 31
ANSI and Quality Standards . .................................. 3
Incoming Power Receptacles .................................. 31
Acceptance and Initial Inspection ............................ 3
Internal Voltage Sensing .......................................... 31
Handling and Storage ............................................. 3
Cable Locking Sleeves ............................................ 35
Control Power ......................................................... 3
BCT Terminal Blocks Accessory............................... 35
Battery Replacement and Disposal ......................... 3
Auxiliary Terminal Block Accessory........................... 35
Operation Upon Loss of AC Power ......................... 4
120 VAC GFI Duplex Outlet . ................................... 35
Battery Monitoring . ................................................. 4
Automation Accessory Packages ............................ 35
Form 4D Recloser Control Description . ................... 5
Communication Board Accessories ........................ 36
Description .............................................................. 5
Testing ........................................................................ 40
Theory of Operation ................................................ 5
Testing an Installed Control ..................................... 40
Control Front Panel ................................................. 6
Remove the Control from Service . .......................... 41
Control Features . .................................................... 11
Preliminary Testing with No AC Available ................. 41
Communications ..................................................... 14
Testing with Type MET Tester .................................. 41
Control Information . ................................................ 14
Closing the Recloser During Testing ........................ 42
Control Side Panel .................................................. 14
Battery Test and Charging Procedures .................... 45
Installation Procedure ................................................ 15
Return the Control to Service .................................. 47
Initial Programming Prior to Installation . .................. 15
Additional Procedures ............................................... 48
Control / Recloser Compatibility .............................. 15
Using Removable Inserts . ....................................... 48
Duty Cycle Monitor . ................................................ 16
Remove Existing Module ......................................... 49
Mounting the Control .............................................. 17
Install Module .......................................................... 50
Control Cable .......................................................... 18
Additional Information ............................................... 50
Grounding the Control . ........................................... 18
Replacement Kits .................................................... 50
Customer Connections for AC Power ..................... 21
Factory-Authorized Service Centers ........................ 50
Customer Connections for Contact I/O Module ....... 27
Factory Maintenance Classes . ................................ 50
Before Placing Control and Recloser into Service ..... 30
May 2011 • Supersedes 9/2010
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
SAFETY FOR LIFE
Cooper Power Systems products meet or exceed all applicable industry standards relating to product safety. We actively
promote safe practices in the use and maintenance of our products through our service literature, instructional training
programs, and the continuous efforts of all Cooper Power Systems employees involved in product design, manufacture,
marketing, and service.
We strongly urge that you always follow all locally approved safety procedures and safety instructions when working around
high voltage lines and equipment and support our “Safety For Life” mission.
SAFETY INFORMATION
The instructions in this manual are not intended as a
substitute for proper training or adequate experience in the
safe operation of the equipment described. Only competent
technicians who are familiar with this equipment should
install, operate, and service it.
A competent technician has these qualifications:
• Is thoroughly familiar with these instructions.
• Is trained in industry-accepted high- and low-voltage
safe operating practices and procedures.
• Is trained and authorized to energize, de-energize,
clear, and ground power distribution equipment.
• Is trained in the care and use of protective equipment such as flash clothing, safety glasses, face
shield, hard hat, rubber gloves, hotstick, etc.
Following is important safety information. For safe installation
and operation of this equipment, be sure to read and
under­stand all cautions and warnings.
Hazard Statement Definitions
This manual may contain four types of hazard
statements:
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in
equipment damage only.
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Safety Instructions
Following are general caution and warning statements that
apply to this equipment. Additional statements, related to
specific tasks and procedures, are located throughout the
manual.
DANGER:
Hazardous voltage. Contact with hazardous voltage will
cause death or severe personal injury. Follow all locally
approved safety procedures when working around highand low-voltage lines and equipment.
G103.3
WARNING:
Before installing, operating, maintaining, or testing this
equipment, carefully read and understand the contents
of this manual. Improper operation, handling, or
maintenance can result in death, severe personal injury,
and equipment damage. G101.0
WARNING:
This equipment is not intended to protect human life.
Follow all locally approved procedures and safety
practices when installing or operating this equipment.
Failure to comply may result in death, severe personal
injury, and equipment damage.
G102.1
WARNING:
Before installing, operating, maintaining, or testing this
Power distribution and transmission equipment must be
properly selected for the intended application. It must
be installed and serviced by competent personnel who
have been trained and understand proper safety
procedures. These instructions are written for such
personnel and are not a substitute for adequate training
and experience in safety procedures. Failure to properly
select, install, or maintain power distribution and
transmission equipment can result in death, severe
personal injury, and equipment damage. G122.3
S280-104-1
Product Information
Introduction
Control Battery Storage and Charging
Service Information S280-104-1 provides installation and
operation instructions for the Form 4D pole-mount recloser
control.
The 24 VDC control battery in the Form 4D recloser control
is shipped in a charged state that is ready for use.
Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming
Guide and S280-104-3 Form 4D Control Communications
Information for additional information.
Read This Manual First
Read and understand the contents of this manual and
follow all locally approved procedures and safety practices
before installing or operating this equipment.
Additional Information
These instructions cannot cover all details or vari­ations in
the equipment, procedures, or process described, nor
provide directions for meeting every possible contin­gency
during installation, operation, or maintenance. When
additional information is desired to satisfy a problem not
cov­ered sufficiently for the user's purpose, contact your
Cooper Power Systems sales representative.
ANSI Standards
KyleTM reclosers are designed and tested in accordance
with applicable sections of the following ANSI standards:
C37.60 and C37.85 and ANSI Guide C37.61.
Quality Standards
ISO 9001 Certified Quality Management System
Acceptance and Initial Inspection
IMPORTANT: To maintain sufficient charge to operate
the control and prevent battery cell damage, the sealed
lead-acid batteries should be charged after no more
than three months of storage.
Temperature has an effect on battery life. Sealed lead acid
batteries should be stored, fully charged, at room
temperature. Avoid storing lead acid batteries at
temperatures exceeding 47°C (117°F), as damage can
result in approximately one month.
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Do not test or
connect the potential transformer cables until the
unit is installed in the field. Before applying power, confirm input power receptacle is electrically insulated.
Failure to do so may result in severe personal injury or
death.
T358.0
To keep the battery charged, energize the control with AC
power applied to the user AC supply input connector block
TB1. See Customer Connections for AC Power. In
addition, if power to the control is not possible a separate
portable charger accessory is available. Catalog Number
KA43ME7001 provides a 120 Volt battery charger to
power individual batteries.
IMPORTANT: Connect the control battery before AC
power is connected to the control’s AC supply Input
Terminal Block. The battery must be disconnected prior
to shipping or storing the control.
Each Form 4D recloser control is completely assembled,
tested, and inspected at the factory. It is carefully calibrated,
adjusted and in good condition when accepted by the
carrier for shipment.
Note: When shipped from the factory the battery will be in the
same carton as the control. The battery leads will be taped
to the battery casing. Connect the battery plugs into the
mating connectors to complete the battery circuit.
Upon receipt, inspect the carton for signs of damage.
Unpack the control and inspect it thoroughly for damage
incurred during shipment. If damage is discovered, file a
claim with the carrier immediately.
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to the wiring or batteries, do not transport the control with the batteries
installed.
Handling and Storage
Be careful during handling and storage of the control to
minimize the possibility of damage. If the control is to be
stored for any length of time prior to installation, provide a
clean, dry storage area. If storage is in a humid atmosphere,
make provisions to keep the control circuitry energized.
Note: To energize the control, apply AC power to the AC supply
input terminal block located in the lower right hand
corner of the back panel of the control. Refer to the
Customer Connections for AC Power section in this
manual.
Note: When opened, both the cabinet door and the inside swing
panel door lock into the open position. Lift the door or
swing panel up to raise the hinge out of the locking position prior to closing the inside swing panel door or the
cabinet door.
Control Power
The control voltage is auto-ranging from 96 to 265 VAC or
125 to 250 VDC.
Battery Replacement and Disposal
The 24 VDC control battery has a life expectancy of four
years. It is recommended that the battery be replaced after
four years or if the battery fails a battery test (after sufficient
recharge time) - whichever occurs first.
Note: Battery life is decreased at higher temperatures.
Dispose expired batteries in an environmentally responsible
manner. Consult local regulations for proper battery
disposal.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Operation Upon Loss of AC Power
Battery Monitoring
The control can be equipped with either an 8 Amp-Hour or
13 Amp-Hour 24 VDC lead acid battery for operation upon
loss of AC power. The control maintains full operation from
the battery for a period of time dependent upon the battery
size:
Battery monitoring occurs whether AC power is being supplied or not.
•
8 Amp-Hour — 24 hour maximum (20°C)
•
13 Amp-Hour — 36 hour maximum (20°C)
The control continuously monitors the battery voltage. To
prevent battery damage, the control shuts down automatically upon detection of low battery voltage (below 21 VDC)
for 60 seconds. Refer to Testing section for additional battery monitoring information.
Control programming settings and parameters—including
sequence of events recorder and data profiler—are stored
in non-volatile memory and retained upon loss of control
power. The time/date clock will continue to operate for
approximately four days after loss of control power (battery
and AC power). After this time period elapses, the control
time will be set to 12:00 AM, Jan. 1, 1970.
The control clock may require resetting if the operating
power has been disconnected for more than four days.
Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming
Guide for information on setting the control clock.
Note: When AC power is present, the control will operate
regardless of back-up battery presence.
If B-phase (or the user-indicated phase) loses AC power
and the applicable alarm is configured by the user, the
ALARM red indicator LED will illuminate and the ALARM
log on the LCD Display will indicate NO AC PRESENT.
IMPORTANT: If the control shuts down due to low
battery voltage before AC power is restored, and the
connected energized recloser is CLOSED, no operations
are possible until AC power is restored or the battery is
replaced and connected.
A control that has shut down due to low battery voltage
before AC power is restored will have a blank LCD
display (no text message shown).
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Battery monitoring occurs every 1 – 2 seconds
This Battery monitoring does not take place during a battery test.
The BATTERY LED will illuminate for the following conditions:
•Battery voltage rises above 37 volts
•Battery voltage drops below 22 volts for 60 seconds
•Form 4D control is operating on battery power only
and battery voltage drops below 21 volts for 60 seconds. At this time, the battery disconnect alarm is
issued.
•Battery test failure
If the Form 4D control is still operating on battery power
and the battery voltage is still below 21 volts for 60 seconds after a battery disconnect alarm has been issued, the
battery is disconnected from powering the control and the
control shuts down.
The BATTERY LED will turn off if the battery voltage is
below 37 volts and above 22 volts for 30 seconds.
S280-104-1
Form 4D Recloser CONTROL DESCRIPTION
Description
The Form 4D pole-mount microprocessor-based recloser
control includes extensive system protection functionality,
including phase and ground overcurrent protection, over/
underfrequency and voltage protection, sensitive ground
fault, and sync check.
Analysis tools include sequence of events recording, TCC
EditorTM II, and data profiler.
Metering functions include demand and instantaneous
current on a per-phase basis, instantaneous voltage and
power factor on a per-phase basis, and power (real,
reactive, apparent) on a per phase or total basis.
Symmetrical components for both voltage and current are
displayed along with kilowatt-hours for energy metering.
Harmonics from the 2nd to the 15th harmonic are also
included.
The front panel LCD display is used to configure the
operating settings for the control. It is also used to display
metering, counter information, control parameters, alarms,
and sequence of events.
Control parameters can also be programmed via a personal
computer connected to the control through the front panel
USB port or the communications boards. Control
programming, interrogation, and operations are performed
with Form 4D ProView NXGTM interface software on a
computer.
OPTIONAL
ADD-ONS
I/O BOARD
USER
CONNECTIONS
4 inputs 4 outputs
ProView NXG interface program software includes
additional functions used to create and graphically display
Time Current Curves, configurable sequence of events and
alarm data, and selectable communication points for serial
(DNP, Modbus, IEC 61850, 2179, IEC 60870-5-101) and
Ethernet communication (DNP3 IP, IEC 60870-5-104).
The control operates on 50 and 60 Hz systems.
Theory of Operation
A functional block diagram of the Form 4D recloser control
is shown in Figure 2. Current sensing is provided by three
current transformers located in the recloser and interfaced to
the Form 4D recloser control via the control cable. This cable
also supplies Trip, Close, and Recloser status, and provides
isolation for reliable operation. Voltages for metering are connected to the control through the cabinet harness.
Line current flowing through the recloser is converted to a
digital signal suitable for metering and fault current calculations. Data sampling occurs at a rate of 64 times per cycle.
The control contains a data acquisition section that uses
the acquired samples to compute the fundamental currents and voltage for use in overcurrent, under/overvoltage,
and under/overfrequency protection, as well as currents
and voltages for metering functions. The currents are calculated four times a cycle for overcurrent protection. The
current only includes the fundamental frequency current
and does not include harmonics or DC.
COMMUNICATIONS
BOARD ACCY (OPTIONAL)
•RS-232
•RS-485
•SERIAL FIBER
•ETHERNET (WIRED)
•ETHERNET (FIBER)
I/O BOARD
INTERCONNECT
BOARD
DIGITAL
ANALOG BOARD
FRONT
PANEL
OUTLET
ACCESSORY
HEATER
USB CLIENT
(PROVIEW NXG)
BATTERY
RECLOSER
TRIP SOLENOID
CLOSE SOLENOID
AC INPUT
POWER
TB1
USB HOST
(MEMORY STICK)
AUXILIARY
POWER SUPPLY
POWER
SUPPLY
RECLOSER
INTERFACE
ANALOG INPUT
SIGNAL CONDITIONING
OPEN / CLOSE
SWITCHES
A Ø CT
B Ø CT
C Ø CT
CT COMMON
OPTIONAL INTERNAL
VOLTAGE SENSING
Figure 2.
Form 4D pole-mount recloser control operational flow diagram.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
When the phase or ground current exceeds its programmed
minimum-trip value and associated time-current-curve
(TCC) timing, the control initiates the programmed sequence
of recloser tripping and reclosing operations. If the fault is
temporary, the control ceases to command recloser
operations after a successful reclose, and the control
resets to the start of its operating sequence after a preset
time delay. If the fault is permanent, the control performs
its complete programmed sequence of reclose commands
and locks out with the recloser open. Once locked out, the
control must be closed via the operator panel or SCADA
communications. This resets the control to the start of the
operating sequence.
The following chain of events occurs for an operating
sequence of two trips to lockout (one trip on TCC1, one
trip on TCC2):
1. The overcurrent signal is integrated with time on the
selected curve for the first trip operation (TCC1) to produce the signal which energizes the trip circuit.
2. Energizing the trip circuit connects the supply to the
trip solenoid to open the recloser.
3. Upon opening, the control starts timing on the first
reclosing interval-delay time.
Control Front Panel
The Form 4D control front panel is illustrated in Figure 3.
The front panel is separated into two clearly identified,
color-coded sections:
• Programming Panel: The top portion of the front panel
is used for programming the control and providing LED
status indication.
• Operating Panel: The lower portion of the front operating panel is used for operating the control and
recloser.
The control includes a Power Save feature that will turn off
the LEDs and backlit LCD display after 15 minutes of inactivity at the front panel (no buttons pressed). The CONTROL
OK and HOT LINE TAG LEDs are not affected by the power
save mode. Pressing any key on the front panel will turn
the LCD backlight on and restore all LEDs to their current
on/off states.
The control includes a Reset Menu feature that will cause
the LCD display to revert to the root menu after 15 minutes
of inactivity.
4. Upon expiration of this reclosing interval-delay, a closing signal is issued from the control, closing the recloser, and selecting the time-current characteristics for the
second trip operation (TCC2).
5. If current remains above the minimum-trip level, the
recloser will trip on TCC2 and lockout the recloser.
PHASE FAULT
A
B
ALARM
C
CONTROL OK
GROUND FAULT
AC POWER
SENSITIVE GND
BATTERY
FREQUENCY TRIP
PHASE VOLTAGE
ENTER
VOLTAGE TRIP
ABOVE MIN TRIP
EDIT
ESC
A
B
C
X
Y
Z
LOCKOUT
OPEN
DATA PORTS
CLOSED
TRIP
(LOCKOUT)
CLOSE
HOT LINE
TAG
OFF
GND TRIP
BLOCKED
NON
RECLOSE
ALT
PROFILE 1
Figure 3.
Form 4D pole-mount control front panel.
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SUPERVISORY
OFF
S280-104-1
Programming Panel
Caution: Equipment misoperation. Use of the control
front panel HMI may result in several combinations of
settings, configurations, and customizations. The user
must ensure that a proper combination is created and
downloaded for the appropriate device application.G163.0
•
•
Change the numerical value from positive to
negative or vice versa.
•
Change the case of a letter when editing Passwords.
The  (down) key can be used to complete the following tasks:
•
Scroll to the next item down on current Menu
level.
•
If scrolled past the last line of the current Menu
level, return to the first line of the current Menu.
•
When editing a Selectable Option Parameter,
scroll down to the next available option.
•
Change the numerical value from positive to
negative or vice versa.
•
Change the case of a letter when editing Passwords.
The Programming panel has the following sections:
LCD Display (Figure 4)
The LCD display is a 4-line, 20-character display. The LCD
display panel contrast is field-adjustable to allow for various
mounting heights and applications. Press the FUNC key
and UP or DOWN arrow simultaneously to increase or
decrease contrast.
The keypad functionality is summarized as follows.
•
The  (up) key can be used for the following tasks:
•
Scroll to the next item up on the current Menu
level.
•
If already at the first item of the current Menu
level, return to the last item of the current Menu.
•
When editing a selectable option parameter,
scroll up to the next available option.
HASE FAULT
A
B
•
The  (left) key is used to go up one Menu level.
•
The  (left) key is used to move left when editing
parameters.
•
The  (right) key is used to go down one Menu level.
•
The  (right) key is used to move right when editing
parameters.
•
The ESC (escape) key is used for the following tasks:
ALARM
•
C
•
Go up one Menu level.
•
Cancel Edit mode when editing settings without
changing the value.
The ENTER key is used for the following tasks:
CONTROL OK•
GROUND FAULT
AC POWER
SENSITIVE GND
BATTERY
FREQUENCY TRIP
ENTER
EDIT
ESC
•
Confirm settings change in the Edit mode.
•
Execute function codes.
•
Confirm resetting the Resettable Parameters.
•
Confirm passwords
PHASE VOLTAGE
• The EDIT key is used for the following tasks:
VOLTAGE TRIP
ABOVE MIN TRIP
Go down one Menu level.
A
B
X
Y
•
Z
Enter the Reset mode to reset the Resettable
Parameter.
The FUNC (function) key is used to enter the function
code mode.
•
The ALPHANUMERIC keys are used for the following
tasks:
•
Edit scalar parameters.
•
Enter function codes.
•
Enter security codes.
DATA PORTS •
CLOSED
Enter the Edit mode to make a change.
•
LOCKOUT
OPEN
C•
•
Function as shortcuts to Menu items.
The SYM key is used to enter special characters.
Figure 4.
LCD display and keypad functionality.
TRIP
CLOSE
HOT LINE
TAG
GND TRIP
BLOCKED
NON
RECLOSE
SUPERVISORY
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Status Indicator LEDs
The status indicator LEDs
(Figures 5 and 6) in the
Programming section of the
Operator Panel give instant
information on the control and
recloser status:
This information is indicated on
the left side of the control: (Figure
5):
A PHASE FAULT
B PHASE FAULT
C PHASE FAULT
GROUND FAULT
PHASEFAULT
FAULT
PHASE
AA BB CC
GROUNDFAULT
FAULT
GROUND
SENSITIVEGND
GND
SENSITIVE
FREQUENCYTRIP
TRIP
FREQUENCY
VOLTAGETRIP
TRIP
VOLTAGE
ABOVEMIN
MINTRIP
TRIP
ABOVE
SENSITIVE GND
These LED indicators illuminate
when the control issues an overcurrent trip signal while the
respective phase current or
ground current exceeds the
minimum pickup value.
FREQUENCY TRIP: This LED
illuminates to indicate the recloser tripped due to an under or
overfrequency condition.
This information is indicated on
the right side of the control: (Figure
6):
ALARM: This LED illuminates to
indicate an alarm condition exists.
The LED will flash for unacknowledged alarms, and will continuously illuminate for acknowledged
alarms that are still active. Refer to
Service Information S280-104-2
Form 4D Microprocessor-Based
ENTER Programming
Recloser ENTER
Control
Guide for alarm list.
ALARM
ALARM
CONTROLOK
OK
CONTROL
ACPOWER
POWER
AC
BATTERY
BATTERY
PHASEVOLTAGE
VOLTAGE
PHASE
AA BB CC
Note: Function Code 80 Reset
will clear the
XX YY ZZ
EDIT diagESC Targets
EDIT
ESC
Interrupter Malfunction
nostic. The alarm LED will
remain illuminated as long as Figure 6.
the alarm condition exists.
Form 4D pole-mount
control status indicator LEDs (right side).
LOCKOUT
LOCKOUT
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
CLOSED
IMPORTANT: Alarms are NOT enabled per the default
settings of the Form 4D control. To
enable
specific
DATA
PORTS
PORTS
alarms, open the default settings fileDATA
via ProView
NXG
software and configure the alarms per the instructions in
Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D MicroprocessorBased Recloser Control Programming Guide. If alarms
are not configured, the ALARM LED will not illuminate.
Figure 5.
VOLTAGE TRIP: This LED illumi- Form 4D pole-mount
nates to indicate the recloser control status indicaCONTROL OK: This indicator illuminates to indicate that
tripped due to an under or over- tor LEDs (left side).
SUPER- of
HOTLINE
LINE
the control
passed self-diagnostics and is SUPERcapable
HOT
GNDTRIP
TRIP
NON
GND
NON
voltage condition.
VISORY
normal operation.
TAG
TRIP
CLOSE
VISORY
TAG
BLOCKED RECLOSE
RECLOSE
TRIP
CLOSE
BLOCKED
OFF
ABOVE MIN TRIP: This LED illuminates when the control
OFF
Note: A non-illuminated CONTROL OK LED can also
indicate
there was a problem with user settings. Default settings
detects that current is above the programmed minimum
will be displayed under these circumstances, but protrip value for Bushings 1-2, Bushings 3-4, Bushings 5-6,
tection has beenALT
disabled. User protection profile setGround or Sensitive Ground.
ALT
LOCKOUT: This LED illuminates to indicate the control is in
a locked out state, i.e. a reclosing sequence
is not in prog(LOCKOUT)
ress. This LED does not indicate that (LOCKOUT)
the recloser is open.
OPEN: This LED illuminates to indicate the recloser is in the
open position.
CLOSED: This LED illuminates to indicate the recloser is in
the closed position.
Note: There are several conditions that will cause the alternate
blinking of the control LOCKOUT, recloser OPEN, and
recloser CLOSED LEDs: Failure to Trip, Failure to Close,
Interrupter Malfunction, and 52a/b Disagreement.
The LED blinking pattern for these conditions is the control LOCKOUT LED and recloser CLOSED LED alternating with the recloser OPEN LED.
IMPORTANT: The CLOSED LED will blink and a countdown-to-close timer will appear on the LCD display
when a delayed CLOSE is active. A CLOSE will occur
when the manual close delay timer expires.
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tings must be reconfigured to enable protection.
OFF
OFF
PROFILE11
PROFILE
CAUTION: Loss of protection. Reconfigure the
user settings. When the CONTROL OK LED is
not illuminated, control protection is disabled. User protection profile settings must be reconfigured to enable
protection. Loss of protection can result in personal
injury and equipment damage.
T360.0
AC POWER: This indicator is illuminated when the presence of AC input power to the control is sensed.
BATTERY: This LED illuminates to indicate battery voltage
is low or the battery failed a battery test.
S280-104-1
PHASE VOLTAGE A PHASE VOLTAGE X
PHASE VOLTAGE B PHASE VOLTAGE Y
PHASE VOLTAGE C PHASE VOLTAGE Z
HOT LINE TAG ON/OFF Toggle Switch and LED
Indicator
ALARM
C
AULT
GND
CY TRIP
RIP
These LED indicators illuminate when the control detects
OK setthe presence of voltage greater than theCONTROL
“V present”
ting on the System Configuration dialog. The LED will go
AC POWER
out if the voltage on that phase is less than
95% of the “V
present” setting.
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Do not use Hot
Line Tag as a substitute for a visible disconnect.
Always establish a visible disconnect prior to performing
any work requiring a de-energized line. Failure to comply
may cause death, severe personal injury, or equipment
damage.
T276.0
If the appropriate phantom phase reference value is
above the specified “V present” setting, all three LEDs
(source or load) will illuminate. All three
LEDs
will extinPHASE
VOLTAGE
guish if theENTER
reference voltage falls below 95% of the “V
present” setting.
IMPORTANT: Hot Line Tag activation does not cause
the recloser to trip open. It only prevents the recloser
from closing.
BATTERY
A
N TRIP
B
C
Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based
Recloser Control Programming
X Y ZGuide
EDIT
ESC
for information regarding nominal voltage specification via the
System Configuration dialog in ProView NXG software.
DATA PORTS
The DATA PORTS section (Figure 7) on the front operating
panel allows for direct connection to a personal computer.
• The left port is a host port
used for connecting to a
USB flash memory device
DATA PORTS
to upload or download
data and settings files or
to upgrade the firmware.
All settings, metering,
alarms, and sequence of Figure 7.
events are available from DATA PORTS section.
this port.
CLOSE
SUPERHOT LINE
GND
TRIP
NON
• The Data
is illuminated when the USB
memory
VISORY
TAGPort LED
BLOCKED
RECLOSE
stick is inserted and
properly detected.
OFF
• The right port is a client port used to communicate with
the control from a personal computer. This port is used
for accessing the control
ALT with ProView NXG application
software. All settings,
metering,
alarms, and events are
PROFILE
1
available
OFFfrom this port.
Operating Panel
TRIP (Lockout) Pushbutton
The TRIP pushbutton (Figure 8) provides front-panel access
to trip (lockout) the recloser. When pressed, the TRIP
pushbutton opens the recloser and locks out the control.
Control power is required for the TRIP button to issue a
command to the recloser.
IMPORTANT: Hot Line Tag is intended solely for live-line
work applications, such as maintenance, repairs or
improvements to the distribution system, that occur
while the line remains energized.
Hot Line Tag is provided for live-line work applications. All
closing operations are disabled when the Hot Line Tag
FAULT
feature isPHASE
activated.
Hot Line Tag
A prevents
B allC closing attempts from the control
and shifts protection to one trip-to-lockout on the composite
curve of theGROUND
Hot Line FAULT
Tag definite time and the TCC1 curve
(whichever is faster). Hot Line Tag takes precedence over
Cold Load Pickup, Non-Reclosing, and Fast Trips Disabled.
SENSITIVE GND
Hot Line Tag is activated from either the operator panel
toggle switch, local or remote communications, or
FREQUENCY TRIP
configurable logic. All sources must be off to de-activate
ENTER Hot
Line Tag.
VOLTAGE TRIP
To activate the function from the operator panel, flip toggle
switch up to the ON position. See Figure 8. The LED
ABOVE MIN TRIP
ESCilluminates whenEDIT
indicator circle that surrounds the button
the function is active.
The Hot Line Tag function may only be reset by the source
which initiates it. For example, if Hot Line Tag is activated at
the operator panel, the reset function is only possible at the
operator panel.
LOCKOUT
IMPORTANT:
The control includes a Power Save feature that will
turn
OPEN off the LEDs and backlit LCD display
after 15 minutes of inactivity at the front panel (no buttons pressed).
The CONTROL OK and HOT LINE TAG
CLOSED
LEDs are not affected by the power save mode. Pressing
any key on the front panel will turn the LCD backlight on
and restore all LEDs to their current on/off states.
CLOSE Pushbutton
When pressed, the CLOSE pushbutton (Figure 8) returns
the control to the initial or home sequence position, closing
the recloser. The control is ready for the start of a new trip/
close sequence.
Note: Pressing the CLOSE pushbutton from the Lockout
position initiates Cold Load Pickup (CLPU) protection, if
the feature is enabled, and the recloser has been open
longer than the CLPU minimum open time.
TRIP
(LOCKOUT)
CLOSE
HOT LINE
TAG
OFF
GND TRIP
BLOCKED
ALT
PROFILE 1
Figure 8.
TRIP (Lockout) pushbutton; CLOSE pushbutton; Hot
Line Tag switch and indicator.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
One-Touch Function Keys
SUPERVISORY OFF
Quick access to frequently operated Form 4D control features is provided with functionDATA
key PORTS
pushbuttons on the
control operator panel.
When the SUPERVISORY OFF red indicator is illuminated,
supervisory commands are blocked; however, supervisory functions through the USB data ports are not
blocked. Communications through the front panel USB
port remain active independent of the status of the
SUPERVISORY OFF button. Activation of this function is
restricted to the operator panel. Operational data and
metering information are available while the control is in
the SUPERVISORY OFF position.
The Form 4D control operator panel one-touch function
keys are illustrated in Figure 9.
HOT LINE
TAG
OFF
GND TRIP
BLOCKED
NON
RECLOSE
SUPERVISORY
OFF
ALT
PROFILE 1
Figure 9.
Form 4D pole-mount control operator panel onetouch function keys.
LEDs located in the upper-left corner of each function key
indicate the status of the function, regardless of local or
remote activation. For example, if Ground Trip Blocked is
activated from a SCADA signal, the indicator will illuminate
even though it was not activated from the operator panel.
GND TRIP BLOCKED
The Ground Trip Blocked function blocks ground tripping in
the control for the active profile. This indicator is illuminated
when Ground Trip Block is activated via settings, remote
communications, the interface software, locally (via the
front panel), configurable logic, or via Contact I/O option
causing the control to block all ground sensing.
Note: When Ground Trip Blocked is asserted, ground metering
values will still be displayed.
Note: If the Ground Trip Blocked setting is enabled (Operations
Parameter>Overcurrent Protection…, Block Ground Trips
checkbox), it cannot be disabled by pressing the front
panel GND TRIP BLOCKED button.
NON RECLOSE
The control is operating in a non-reclosing mode when the
NON RECLOSE indicator is illuminated. Non-reclosing
mode disables any automatic reclosing operations.
Activation is possible via remote communications, the
interface software, locally (via the front panel), configurable
logic, or via Contact I/O option.
ALT PROFILE 1
The Form 4D control has two protection profiles; a normal
profile, and Alternate Profile 1. Either profile changes all
protection parameters for the control. When the operator
panel display lights are active and the ALT PROFILE 1 indicator is not illuminated, the Normal profile is active. Only
one profile can be active.
To select the alternate profile, press the ALT PROFILE 1
button.
To return to the Normal profile, press the ALT PROFILE 1
button to deselect it.
Protection profile selection can also be completed remotely
via remote communications or configurable logic.
IMPORTANT: If unused, the alternate profile should be
programmed with the same settings as the Normal
profile. Default settings on the unused alternate profile
can cause unnecessary outages if they are below normal
system requirements.
IMPORTANT: Check minimum trip values prior to
changing profiles to avoid misoperation of the control
under load conditions.
Control Features
The Form 4D pole-mount recloser control offers numerous
standard features and accessories that allow the user the
utmost flexibility applying the recloser control.
Control Security
The Form 4D pole-mount recloser control offers customerprogrammable security codes to limit control programming
and viewing function access to authorized personnel. The
front panel Human-Machine Interface (HMI) includes a
user-selected security code to access the settings. Plus,
the ProView NXG interface software has it’s own security
levels for multiple-user access.
Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming
Guide for additional information regarding how to set and
change passwords.
Password Recovery
If your password is lost, contact your Cooper Power
Systems representative.
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S280-104-1
Protection Profiles
Cold Load Pickup
Two protection profiles capable of fully specifying control
operation are standard in the control. Each protection profile includes the following as a minimum:
The control includes a Cold Load Pickup feature to prevent
the control from tripping due to inrush while energizing
non-fault system loads. This feature has independently
programmable minimum trip value, time-current curve,
reclose interval, and number of operations to lockout for
each protection profile. Cold Load Pickup also includes
TCC Multipliers, TCC Adders, Minimum Response Time,
Reset Co-efficient, and High Current Lockout. Also, direct
values, not multiples of minimum trip, are provided for high
current lockout. When enabled, Cold Load Pickup is active
for any close operation.
• Overcurrent Protection
• Over/Undervoltage Protection
• Over/Underfrequency Protection
• Hot Line Tag Functionality
• Sync Check
• Sensitive Earth Fault Protection
• Sequence Coordination
• Operation Settings
Time Current Curves
Time-current curves are available for both fast and delayed
operations for phase and ground protection. Each timecurrent curve is selected from a list of pre-defined and five
user-defined curves which can be further customized by
the user. The time-current curves can be viewed from a
graphical TCC Editor II to visualize any modifications prior
to configuring the control.
The time-current curves include the following modifications
for phase and ground protection:
• Time Multiplier with a range of 0.1 to 25.
• Time Adder with a range of 0 to 30 seconds in .01
second increments.
• Minimum Response Time with a range of 0.01 to 1
seconds.
• High Current Trip multiplier with a range of 1 to 32
multipliers.
• High Current Trip Time Delay with a range of 0.01 to
.150 second.
• Reset co-efficient with a range of 1e-06 to 30 seconds.
Sequence Coordination
Sequence Coordination eliminates nuisance tripping
through trip coordination. It allows the control to step
through selected operations in the operating sequence
without tripping. The number of Sequence Coordination
advances is programmable from one to three operations to
provide trip coordination with a downline recloser. This
feature is independently programmable for each protection
profile.
Fast Trips Disabled
The control includes a Fast Trips Disabled feature to modify
protection, so that all trip operations use the programmed
Fast Trips Disabled (FTD) TCC. This feature is independently
selectable for each protection profile. All trip operations will
time on FTD TCC. Typically, TCC1 is fast and TCC2 is
delayed. So, as an example, the control will change its
sequence from 2 fast and 2 delayed operations to 2
operations on FTD TCC when Fast Trips Disabled is
enabled.
High Current Trip
The High Current Trip (HCT) feature will trip at a selected
multiple of minimum trip for phase and ground. The HCT
definite time is programmed independently from the normal
TCCs. This feature is independently selectable for each
protection profile.
High Current Lockout
The High Current Lockout feature will automatically lockout
the control on the selected operation when current exceeds
a programmable level. The active trip information for the
lockout and current threshold for each operation are
selectable for phase and ground. This feature is
independently selectable for each protection profile.
Sensitive Ground/Earth Fault Operation
The control has a Sensitive Ground/Earth Fault Trip feature
that provides tripping of the recloser after a programmable,
definite time for ground currents below normal ground
minimum trip levels. The feature has programmable
operations to lockout and reclose intervals independent of
the ground settings. This feature is independently selectable
for each protection profile.
Thermostatically Controlled Heater
The control has a standard thermostatically controlled
heater for humidity control. The heater is powered from
input voltage.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Metering
Contact I/O Module Option
The control provides instantaneous and/or demand
metering with programmable integration intervals for the
following functions:
The base control has no I/O modules as part of the
standard configuration. The add-on I/O module provides
four configurable output status contacts and four
configurable input control contacts. Each status contact is
configurable using ProView NXG software to combine
status functionality along with Boolean algebra. Default
output status contacts for the first I/O card are: Lockout,
Recloser Open, Recloser Closed, and Control OK. (Refer
to Tables 4 and 5 for the whetting voltage range accepted
by the contacts.) Default input control contacts for the first
I/O card are: Ground Trip Block, Non-Reclose, Close, and
Trip & Lockout.
• Real, reactive, and apparent power for each phase and
total, including power direction, on an individual phase
basis.
• Demand currents and power on a per phase basis.
• Instantaneous currents, including ground current.
• Instantaneous voltage on a per phase basis.
• Instantaneous frequency.
• Positive, negative, and zero sequence voltages.
• Instantaneous power factor on a per phase basis.
• Sync phase angle difference
Up to four I/O modules are available as options to provide
up to 16 output status contacts and 16 input control
contacts.
Sequence of Events Recorder
Note: For every one terminal block accessory ordered, the
maximum additional I/O allowed quantity is reduced by
one.
The Form 4D control contains capabilities to perform
Sequence of Events with time-stamping.
The expansion I/O modules are completely userconfigurable.
Factory-defined event types include:
TCC Editor II
• Phase Trip and Lockout
• Local Trip/Lockout (Front Op. Panel)
• Frequency Trip
• Ext. Close Request
• Phase Fault
• Overcurrent Reset
Note: The user can select additional event types from
alarm configuration.
The Event Recorder maintains a minimum of 1000 events.
The most recent 50 events (event name and timestamp)
are viewable on the front panel LCD display. Refer to
S280-104-2 Form 4D Control Programming Guide for
additional information.
Recloser Duty Monitor
The Form 4D recloser control software is equipped with a
Recloser Interrupting Duty Monitor. The Duty Monitor
accumulates the summation of Current1.5 for all interrupted
currents on each phase. This feature permits programmable
entries to preset the duty of an existing recloser. The
recloser duty monitor displays interrupting duty in percent
of duty used. If the duty cycle monitor exceeds 100%, the
recloser should be examined for maintenance.
Coordination and actual time current modifications are
available with a graphic interactive TCC Editor or similar
graphical software.
The TCC Editor II includes a complete database of
industry-standard recloser time current curves (TCC),
including ANSI and IEC types, along with the ability to
customize TCCs with multipliers, constant time adders, or
minimum response time adders. Also, the user is able to
create custom time current curves through data point
entry. Each modified TCC can be identified with a usercustomized name. The grid and format for presenting the
TCCs has a user-adjustable scale, including the option of
presenting multiple TCCs in various user-configured
colors.
Over/Underfrequency Protection
The control includes six elements for underfrequency and
overfrequency protection. A fixed time delay ranging from
0 to 3600 seconds in .01 second increments is available
for both over and underfrequency. A frequency restoration
function, enabled or disabled by the user, is provided to
allow the recloser to automatically close should frequency
return to within configured settings for a user-settable time.
Over/Underfrequency Protection is included as part of
each protection profile.
Over/Undervoltage Protection
The control includes three stages of single-phase and
three-phase under voltage tripping. The control also
includes single-phase and three-phase overvoltage tripping. Both over and undervoltage functions include a pickup setting and a time delay setting ranging from 0 to 3600
seconds in 0.1 second increments.
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S280-104-1
Sync Check
Data Profiler
Sync Check is a permissive close feature used to qualify
any close command. When enabled, all close commands
are processed through the sync check arbitor. If all sync
check parameters are satisfied, a close will be permitted.
A fully configurable data profiler is available which allows
the user to collect information of the selected inputs by
sampling data at user-programmable intervals. These timestamped values can then be viewed to determine weekly
load profiles, daily harmonic disturbances or hourly voltage
fluctuations. The number of days of information the data
profiler can provide depends upon configuration
parameters.
Sync check allows closing for any combination of dead/hot
bus/line, and to perform anticipatory closing for a hot bus/
hot line condition by calculating slip and anticipating the
mechanism closing delay. In addition to the anticipatory
close calculation, the sync check system performs
verification of line and bus voltage magnitudes and
frequencies to determine that they are within pre-determined
ranges, and that the angular difference between the two
systems is also within the pre-determined range. For a hot
bus/hot line close, where there is no slip between the
systems, the sync check system allows permissive closing
after the two systems are within frequency and voltage
limits, and the angular difference between the systems has
been within the allowable limits for a pre-determined time.
The Sync Check function requires the computation of the
source-side frequency. In the System Configuration dialog
in ProView NXG software, the Connected PT's (Wye) must
be properly configured (regardless of whether Phantom
Phase is enabled) for this source-side frequency
computation to occur. Refer to Service Information S280104-2 Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control
Programming Guide for additional information.
Sync Check functionality includes the following applications:
Hot Line/Hot Bus Closing; Dead Line/Hot Bus Closing; Hot
Line/Dead Bus Closing; and Dead Line/Dead Bus
Closing.
Sync Check Parameters include the following configurable
settings: Voltage Angle; Mechanism Operating Delay;
Static Angle Delay; Dead Threshold; Live Threshold; Upper
Voltage Limit; Lower Voltage Limit; Upper Frequency Limit;
Lower Frequency Limit; and Failed to Close Timer.
Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming
Guide for additional information.
Manual Close Time Delay
Manual Close Time Delay provides a delay from the time
that the manual CLOSE button is pushed to the time the
manual close operation is performed.
The delay is programmable from 0 to 60 seconds in 1
second increments. A programmed delay value can be
overridden for immediate closing by pressing the CLOSE
button a second time.
An active Manual Close Time Delay can be canceled by
pressing the TRIP/LOCKOUT button.
The default setting has the feature disabled (0 seconds).
The CLOSED LED blinks to indicate a close delay is active
and a countdown-to-close timer will appear on the LCD
display.
Removable Inserts
Removable inserts are included with the control design for
customization of specific protection requirements. Inserts
are available for the status indicator LEDs and the operator
panel function keys. Refer to Using Removable Inserts
section in this manual for additional information.
An electronic label template is included on the ProView
NXG application software CD and, once installed on your
PC, can be accessed through the following default
address: C:\Program Files\Cooper\ProView NXG\Form
4D\Form 4D Control Customizable Inserts.doc
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Communications
Control Information
Communication Ports
Control information includes firmware identification by
catalog number and name, date code, and ProView NXG
release number. Control information is available through the
NAMEPLATE DATA menu on the front panel (Figure 4).
The Form 4D control has a front panel configuration data
port and provisions for two optional side-panel communication ports (Figure 10).
The front panel configuration data port is described in the
Operating Panel section of this manual.
There are two standard USB ports (one host and one
client), as well as any two of the following: RS-232,
RS-485, Serial fiber, Ethernet wire, Ethernet fiber (MTRJ
Multi-mode, SC Multi-mode, ST Multi-mode, and LC
Single-mode).
Communication Protocols
Four native communication protocols are available for the
Form 4D recloser control:
• DNP3 IP
• DNP3 Serial
• IEC 60870-5-104
• IEC 60870-5-101
Control Side Panel
The control side panel is easily accessible when the swingpanel of the control cabinet is opened.
Port 1:
RS-232 Serial
Communications
option
Port 2:
Serial Fiber, ST
Communications
Other communication protocols are also available:
• IEC 61850
• Modbus
• 2179
One communication protocol can be selected for any of the
optional communication ports.
Any available communication protocol can be selected
and configured by the user with the ProView NXG application software.
DNP3 is factory-defaulted to the communication ports on
the side panel.
Ethernet Communications
• ProView NXG over TCP/IP
• DNP3 IP
• IEC60870-5-104
Ethernet connection allows for network application of the
Form 4D pole-mount control for both DNP3 and ProView
NXG protocols. In addition, the front panel data port can
simultaneously communicate ProView NXG to the PC.
Ethernet configuration is accomplished via ProView NXG
interface software. Refer to S280-104-2 Form 4D Control
Programming Guide for Ethernet Configuration
information.
The user can simultaneously communicate to the Form 4D
control using both the front panel data port and the
appropriate side panel communication port.
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Figure 10.
Form 4D pole-mount recloser control communication
port identification.
S280-104-1
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Initial Programming
Prior to Installation
CAUTION: Equipment misoperation. Do not
connect this control to an energized recloser until
all control settings have been properly programmed and
verified. Refer to the programming information for this
control. Failure to comply can result in control and
recloser misoperation, equipment damage, and personal injury.
G110.3
CAUTION: Loss of protection. Reconfigure the
user settings. When the CONTROL OK LED is
not illuminated, control protection is disabled. User protection profile settings must be reconfigured to enable
protection. Loss of protection can result in personal
injury and equipment damage.
T360.0
Caution: Equipment Misoperation. Check minimum
trip values prior to changing an alternate profile. Failure
to do so may cause misoperation of the recloser under
load conditions.
T280.1
IMPORTANT: Program all protection profiles. If unused,
the alternate profile should be programmed with the
same settings as the Normal profile. Default settings on
the unused alternate profile can cause unnecessary
outages if they are below normal system requirements.
The control must be programmed with all necessary
operating settings, all alternate profiles, parameters, and
alarms prior to operation with an energized recloser.
IMPORTANT: Alarms are NOT enabled per the default
settings of the Form 4D control.
Control / Recloser Compatibility
The Form 4D pole-mount recloser control is adaptable to
the following Kyle reclosers:
WE*, WVE27, WVE38X, VWE, VWVE27, VWVE38X, VSA12,
VSA16, VSA20, VSA12B, VSA20A, VS012, VS016,
NOVA15, NOVA27, and NOVA38.
* This control is not compatible with Form 1 Type WE reclosers
below s/n 300 and RE reclosers below s/n 400.
Kyle reclosers manufactured prior to June 1989 are
equipped with Type A bushing current transformers. These
reclosers were designed for use with Form 2, Form 3, and
Form 3A controls. Because the Form 4D recloser control is
designed for use with reclosers equipped with Type B
current-sensing Transformers, reclosers retrofitted with
Form 4D recloser controls should be retrofitted with Type B
current transformers. All Kyle reclosers manufactured since
June 1989 are equipped with Type B (1000:1, 1000/500:1,
or 2000:1) sensing CTs.
Reclosers factory-equipped with Type B sensing CTs are
compatible with all Kyle recloser controls (Form 2, Form 3,
Form 3A, Form 4A, Form 4C, FXA, FXB, Form 5, Form 5
LS/UDP, Form 6, and Form 4D recloser controls), and are
identified with the following label prominently displayed on
the recloser sleet hood or the front of the operator
cabinet:
NOTICE
RECLOSER IS EQUIPPED WITH TYPE
B SENSING CTs.
RECLOSER DOES NOT HAVE A
BATTERY CHARGER.
Note: Initial programming of the control is the responsibility of a
qualified technician or engineer familiar with control
functions and programming parameters required for the
specific recloser installation.
The control must be programmed with the Form 4D
ProView NXG interface software. Refer to Service Information
S280-104-2 Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Recloser
Control Programming Guide for additional information.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
The Form 4D recloser control can be used with the oldstyle Type A CTs; however, the event recorder and duty
cycle monitor will have limited accuracy for currents above
5000 Amps.
Duty Cycle Monitor
Retrofit kits with the new Type B sensing CTs are
available to upgrade reclosers for operation with Form
4D recloser controls. For additional information, contact
your Cooper Power Systems representative.
• Measures and records duty for each individual phase in
non-volatile memory.
For identification, Table 1 lists the serial number breaks
between old-style Type A and the new-style Type B sensing
CTs. Below this serial number, the recloser is equipped
with the Type A CTs.
Note: For reclosers shipped prior to June 1989 and not listed
below, please contact your Cooper Power Systems
representative with the recloser type and serial number
for verification of type A or B bushing current
transformers.
TABLE 1
Serial Number Break for Reclosers with Type A
Sensing CTs
The Duty Cycle Monitor provides the following duty cycle
information:
• The recloser duty is measured and stored on the basis
of Current1.5 x Number of Operations for Each Phase
(ANSI C37.61).
• Readout is based on a percentage of total duty cycle
for each phase.
• Duty record can be adjusted or reset if recloser is
changed-out, serviced, etc.
Using Table 2, select the appropriate recloser interrupting
duty cycle factor and enter that value via the ProView NXG
interface software.
table 2
Duty Cycle Factor
Recloser
Type
Interrupting
Rating
(rms sym Amps)
100% Duty
Cycle
Factor*
WE
WE
12,000 @ 4.8 kV
10,000 @ 14.4 kV
257
196
7208
VWE
VWVE27
VWVE38X
12,000
1045
1204
WVE27
8,000
140
Recloser
Below Serial Number
WE
11199
WVE
3695
VWE
7199
VWVE27
VWVE38
All VSA12, VSA12B, VSA16, VSA20, and VSA20A reclosers
are equipped with Type B Sensing CTs.
All VWVE38X and VWE38X reclosers are equipped with Type B
Sensing CTs.
WVE38X
8,000
140
VSA12
VSA16
12,000
16,000
1045
1608
VSA20
VSA20A
20,000
2248
VSO12
12,000
1045
VSO16
16,000
1608
Auxiliary-Powered
NOVA
12,500
1111
Control-Powered
NOVA
12,500
1111
*Duty Cycle Factor is Value x 105.
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S280-104-1
Mounting the Control
WARNING: This equipment is not intended to
protect human life. Follow all locally approved procedures and safety practices when installing or operating
this equipment. Failure to comply may result in death,
severe personal injury and equipment damage.
G102.1
Mount the Form 4D pole-mount recloser control in a
convenient, accessible location. Mounting dimensions are
provided in Figure 11.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, dimensions shown in inches.
A hole and keyway in the control mounting bracket accommodates a 12 mm (0.50”) diameter bolt.
IMPORTANT: When opened, both the cabinet door and
the inside swing-panel door lock into the open position.
Lift the door or swing-panel up to raise the hinge out of
the locking position prior to closing the inside swing-panel
door or the cabinet door. Instructions are indicated on the
inside of the cabinet door.
PROVISIONS FOR
UP TO 5/8"
MOUNTING HARDWARE.
1.13 LIFTING
LUG
15.07
1.45
18.00
20.19
GROUND LUG FOR
#6 to #14 SOLID OR
STRANDED WIRE
FOR RADIO ANTENNA
RECEPTACLE
RECEPTACLE
FOR RECLOSER
CONTROL CABLE
21.94
QUARTER TURN
LATCH WITH
PADLOCK
PROVISIONS
QUARTER TURN
LATCH
13.40
1.25
LASER CUT
VENT OPENINGS
OPENINGS FOR OPTIONAL RECEPTACLES
UNDER STAINLESS COVERS, ACCESSABLE ONLY FROM
INSIDE OF CABINET
CONTROL
POWER
INPUT
CONTROL WEIGHT: 29 kg (63 lbs.) without battery
8 AH BATTERY WEIGHT: 6 kg (13 lbs.)
13 AH BATTERY WEIGHT: 10 kg (24 lbs.)
(All weights are approximate.)
Figure 11.
Form 4D pole-mount recloser control weights and dimensions.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Control Cable
Grounding the Control
The control cable is fabricated with connectors which mate
with the female receptacle of the recloser on one end, and
the male receptacle of the control or junction box on the
other end.
The control cabinet must be grounded. A grounding
connector on the underside of the cabinet will accommodate
No. 14 solid through No. 4 stranded conductors.
Note: The control cable must be supported along its length to
prevent repeated movement due to wind or other outside
forces which can damage the cable.
Maximum control cable length is determined by the recloser type. See Table 3 for available Form 4D recloser control
cable lengths for Kyle reclosers.
IMPORTANT: All external inputs to the Form 4D
recloser control must be routed within 8 inches of their
corresponding ground. During a surge, a potential of
approximately 1.5 kV per foot can develop in the
conductors. Differences between conductor and ground
path lengths can add additional stress to the control
components in the event of a power surge.
Suggested methods for grounding the control and recloser
are shown in Figures 12 and 13.
Figure 12 illustrates grounding methods for 4-wire multigrounded systems with local supply voltage transformer.
Figure 13 illustrates grounding methods for 4-wire multigrounded systems with remote supply voltage transformer
(within one-pole span).
For effective surge protection, all control and power
conductors for the Form 4D control must be routed parallel
to a corresponding ground path. For example, the AC
power supply for the control should be parallel to and equal
in length to the transformer ground path. The control cable
should be parallel to and routed close to the recloser
ground path.
TABLE 3
Available Form 4D Control Cable Lengths for Kyle Reclosers
Gauge
Length (Meters)
Length (Feet)
WE, WVE27, WVE38X, VWE, VWVE27, VWVE38X;
Auxiliary-Powered NOVA15, NOVA27, and NOVA38
18
24.1 (maximum)
79 (maximum)
16
24.4 to 38
80 to 125
14
38.4 to 61
126 to 200
VSA12, VSA12B, VSA16, VSA20,
VSA20A, VSO12, VSO16
18
3.4 to 6
11 to 20
16
6.4 to 10.7
21 to 35
14
11 to 15.25
36 to 50
Control-Powered NOVA15, NOVA27, and NOVA38
16
3.4 to 38
11 to 125
18
Recloser Type
S280-104-1
Grounding with a Local Supply Voltage Transformer; 4-Wire Multi-Grounded
Installation of a Form 4D pole-mount recloser control
with a local supply voltage transformer must include the
following:
• Protection of the recloser bushings and the supplying
transformer with lightning arresters.
• Grounding of the recloser head and tank.
• Grounding of the transformer tank.
4-Wire Multi-Grounded Systems
IMPORTANT: In pole-mounted applications, a ground
connection must be made between the recloser,
transformer, recloser control, and SCADA equipment for
proper protection of the equipment. The pole ground
must be sized per local utility practices to minimize the
impedance between the recloser and the control.
• Grounding of the control cabinet.
• Grounding of the SCADA equipment.
IMPORTANT: All external inputs to the Form 4D
recloser control must be routed within 8 inches of their
corresponding ground. During a surge, a potential of
approximately 1.5 kV per foot can develop in the
conductors. Differences between conductor and ground
path lengths can add additional stress to the control
components in the event of a power surge.
Surge
Arrester
Transformer
Surge
Arrester
Surge
Arrester
Supply Voltage
Form 4D Control
Transformer
Input Terminal
Block TB1
AC
Recloser
Head Ground
AC
NEU
GND
NEUTRAL
External
Ground Lug
Supply
Voltage
Arrester Ground
Recloser
Control
Cable
Pole
Form 4D
Control
NEU
AC
Pole
Ground
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Line to Neutral connected transformer
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Recloser and
control must be solidly grounded. Follow all locally
approved procedures and safety practices when grounding this equipment. Improper grounding can result in
contact with high voltage, which will cause death or
severe personal injury.
G115.1
Input
Terminal
Block
Customer Ground Connection
At External Lug
Figure 12.
Recommended grounding method for the Form 4D pole-mount recloser control installed on 4-wire multi-grounded, with local supply voltage transformer.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Grounding with a Remote Supply Voltage Transformer; 4-Wire Multi-Grounded
IMPORTANT: In pole-mounted applications, a ground
connection must be made between the recloser,
transformer, recloser control, and SCADA equipment for
proper protection of the equipment. The pole ground
must be sized per local utility practices to minimize the
impedance between the recloser and the control.
Installation of a Form 4D pole-mount recloser control with
a remote supply voltage transformer must include the
following:
• Protection of the recloser bushings and the supplying
transformer with lightning arresters.
• Grounding of the recloser head and tank.
IMPORTANT: All external inputs to the Form 4D
recloser control must be routed within 8 inches of their
corresponding ground. During a surge, a potential of
approximately 1.5 kV per foot can develop in the
conductors. Differences between conductor and ground
path lengths can add additional stress to the control
components in the event of a power surge.
• Grounding of the transformer tank.
• Grounding of the control cabinet.
• Grounding of the SCADA equipment.
Supply Voltage
Form 4D Control
Transformer
Input
Terminal
Block TB1
IMPORTANT: Distance between transformer and
recloser should be one pole span or less.
AC
NEUTRAL
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Recloser and
control must be solidly grounded. Follow all locally
approved procedures and safety practices when grounding this equipment. Improper grounding can result in
contact with high voltage, which will cause death or
severe personal injury.
G115.1
External
Ground Lug
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS - Remote dedicated supply
transformer
Transformer
Surge
Arrester
Surge
Arrester
Surge
Arrester
Recloser
Head
Ground
HOT
NEU
GND
Arrester
Ground
Arrester
Ground
Note: Distance between
transformer and
recloser should be
one pole span or
less.
Supply
Voltage
System
Neutral
Control Cable
Recloser
Pole
Form 4D Control
Pole
Ground
NEU
AC
Input Terminal Block
Pole
Customer Ground Connection
at External Lug
Figure 13.
Recommended grounding method for the Form 4D recloser control installed on 4-wire multi-grounded with
remote supply voltage transformer.
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S280-104-1
Customer Connections for AC
Power
CAUTION: Equipment damage. Do not drill connection
holes into the top of the cabinet. Connection holes in the
top of the cabinet will allow moisture to seep into the
control and damage the components or cause control
misoperation. Failure to comply will void the control’s
factory warranty.
T249.0
Input power to the Form 4D pole-mount recloser control is
connected to terminal block TB1 or AC input receptacle if
provided.
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Do not test or
connect the potential transformer cables until the
unit is installed in the field. Before applying power, confirm input power receptacle is electrically insulated.
Failure to do so may result in severe personal injury or
death.
T358.0
IMPORTANT: Use a touch-safe DIN rail tool when
working near terminal blocks.
Terminal Blocks
One terminal block is used for connection to the Form 4D
recloser control. Input power and sensing voltage terminal
blocks will allow a maximum wire size of #12 AWG.
Terminal Block TB1 provides power and sensing voltage to
the Form 4D recloser control modules. Terminal Block TB1
is used to connect sensing transformer voltage. The wiring
of the transformers should follow the application illustrations
per Figures 14, 15, and 16.
The factory-default wiring from TB1-L1 to TB1-V2+
connects the metering B phase to the control power
supply voltage.
If the incoming power supply voltage is not B phase, move
the phase jumper on TB1 as follows:
• For A-phase metering, connect TB1-L1 to TB1V1+.
• For C-phase metering, connect TB1-L1 to TB1V3+.
Note: Terminal Block positions TB1-N and TB1-N are factoryjumpered together.
Note: Terminal Block positions TB1-L1 and TB1-L1 are factoryjumpered together.
Power Connections
See Figures 14, 15, and 16 for single-phase incoming voltage supply for 120 VAC or 240 VAC.
Refer to Accessory section for 120 VAC or 240 VAC low
voltage closing.
Input power is required:
• To power the control
• To provide voltage and power metering
• To power the thermostatically controlled heater
• For the low voltage closing accessory (optional)
• For the convenience outlet accessory (optional)
• Charge the battery(s)
Battery Charger
The battery charger is enabled whenever the Form 4D
control is connected to incoming line power.
• An 8 A-hr lead acid battery will fully charge in 24
hours or less, at 25°C.
The transformer required for power should be a minimum
of 5 kVA for low-voltage AC closing reclosers and 1 kVA for
high voltage AC closing reclosers and NOVA reclosers.
External Voltage Sensing
Voltage Sensing inputs are provided for customer connections to load-side and source-side PTs.
Input voltage range:
•
0 – 40 VAC (low range)
•
0 – 305 VAC (high range)
The input range is automatically selected based on V
expected and PT ratio settings.
• Low range is selected if V expected / PT Ratio is <= 20.
• High range is selected if V expected / PT Ratio > 20.
To avoid erroneous metering values:
• Do not exceed the input voltage range.
• A 13 A-hr lead acid battery will fully charge in 39
hours or less, at 25°C.
• Set "PT Connection Type" in the ProView NXG software System Configuration dialog to "None" if external
voltage sensing is not used. This will blank out the voltage sense readings.
The charger includes a temperature-compensated design
to optimally charge the control battery.
• Set the PT ratio to 1 for all unconnected voltage sense
inputs.
• Follow the grounding requirements shown on the
Voltage Sensing wire diagram appropriate for your Wye
or Delta application (Figures 17 or 18).
Note: The Form 4D control only displays Line-to-Neutral
voltages regardless of the system connection.
Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming
Guide for additional information.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Figure 14.
120 or 240 VAC 2-wire control power input (shown with default factory wiring connected to B-phase voltage
metering with B-phase incoming supply).
22
S280-104-1
Figure 15.
120 or 240 VAC 2-wire with ground control power input (shown with default factory wiring connected to B-phase
voltage metering with B-phase incoming supply).
23
Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Figure 16.
120/240 VAC 3-wire center-tapped PT control power input (shown with default factory wiring connected to
B-phase voltage metering with B-phase incoming supply).
24
S280-104-1
Figure 17.
Three-phase Wye voltage sensing (shown with default factory wiring connected to B-phase voltage metering with
B-phase incoming supply).
25
Note: The Form 4D control only displays Line-to-Neutral voltages
regardless of the system connection.
Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Figure 18.
Three-phase Delta voltage sensing (shown with default factory wiring connected to B-phase voltage metering
with B-phase incoming supply). The Form 4D control only displays Line-to-Neutral voltages regardless of the system connection.
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S280-104-1
CUSTOMER CONNECTIONS
FOR CONTACT I/O module
OPTION
CAUTION: Equipment damage. Do not drill connection
holes into the top of the cabinet. Connection holes in the
top of the cabinet will allow moisture to seep into the
control and damage the components or cause control
misoperation. Failure to comply will void the control’s
factory warranty.
T249.0
CAUTION: Equipment damage; misoperation. External
leads must be shielded and the shield must be grounded
at both ends. Terminate each lead with a 320 VAC, 160
Joules metal oxide resistor (MOV), or equivalent, at the
remote end. Attach MOVs between the leads and ground.
Failure to properly shield and protect leads can result in
equipment damage and/or unintentional operation. G117.3
The Contact I/O module (Figure 19) permits connection of
contact-type input devices (switches, relays) and indicating
devices (relays, LEDs, lamps) to the Form 4D control to
effect local Contact input/output (I/O). The Contact I/O
module accessory is used for supplementing normal local
controls and status indicators for Contact I/O functions.
The first optional Contact I/O module inputs and outputs
are factory-set and are shown in Figure 20.
Additional I/O modules require customer configuration to
assign functionality for each contact input or output — via
the ProView NXG software configurable logic tool. Refer to
Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D MicroprocessorBased Recloser Control Programming Guide for additional
information.
IMPORTANT: The control gives priority to TCC timing
and issuing a trip signal rather than changing the status
of a Contact I/O module output or responding to a
Contact I/O module input. Refer to Table 4 for I/O
response times.
The Contact I/O module for the first I/O card contains four
factory-set inputs and four outputs for Contact I/O functions. Each Form 4D control can accommodate up to four
Contact I/O modules.
Whetting voltage is supplied from TB1 for the Contact I/O
inputs terminal block on the back panel as shown in Figure
20.
Two of the Contact I/O outputs are Form A relay contacts
and two are Form C relay contacts. All four outputs are of
non-latching type. Refer to Table 5 Output Ratings for output fusing recommendations.
Figure 19.
Contact I/O Module.
Note: Latching is defined as an output that retains its status
when control power is removed.
Non-latching is defined as an output that returns to a
default status when control power is removed.
Note: Following a firmware upgrade the Contact I/O module
output relays will revert to the de-energized state.
Additionally, the Contact I/O module may need to be
remapped.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
CAUTION: Equipment damage; misoperation. External leads must
be shielded and the shield must be grounded at both ends. Terminate
each lead with a 320 VAC, 160 Joules metal oxide resistor (MOV), or
equivalent, at the remote end. Attach MOVs between the leads and
ground. Failure to properly shield and protect leads can result in
equipment damage and/or unintentional operation.
G117.3
FORM 4D CONTROL
Remote Terminal Unit (RTU)
TB1
Control-Supplied
Whetting Voltage
24 VDC/100 mA
(Resettable-Fuse
Protected)
WET +
WET —
J3
TB2
18
Recloser Trip and Lockout
CI1
17
CI1
16
CI2
Recloser Close
Ground Trip Block
15
CI2
14
CI3
13
CI3
12
Non-Reclose
CI4
11
CI4
10
Control Lockout Status
(Not Lockout)*
CO1-NO
9
CO1-COM
8
Recloser Open
(Recloser Not Open*)
CO2-NO
7
CO2-COM
6
CO3-NC
Recloser Closed
(Recloser Not Closed)*
CO3-COM
5
CO3-NO
4
3
CO4-NC
Control OK
(Control Not OK)*
CO4-COM
2
CO4-NO
1
Contact I/O
Module
Back Panel
Terminal
Block
Shield
Not All
Remote
Connections
Shown
Shield
* Relay contacts shown for indicated status. This is also the de-energized state.
Figure 20.
Customer connections to Contact I/O Module 1 with shielding and surge protection. (I/O functionality shown is
factory-default configuration for Module 1. The configuration is modifiable via Configurable Logic tool in
ProView NXG software.)
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S280-104-1
TABLE 4
Contact I/O Option Module Input Ratings
Minimum Detection Level: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 V (AC rms or DC) (50 or 60Hz)
(Using control-supplied whetting Voltage is recommended)
Nominal Input Loading: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 mA per input (internally current limited)
Typical Control Response Time: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 msec (Note: Protection tasks take priority over input activity.)
Minimum Input Pulse Time: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 msec
Minimum Transition Time between Pulse Inputs: . . . . . . 250 msec
Input Protection: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shunting type using MOVs and capacitors.
Optical Isolation from input to system. (1500 VAC, rms)
Hi-Pot Capability: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.150 kV DC for 1 second, from one input set to the next or from one
pin to chassis, but not across the two terminals of a single input (due to
MOVs).
TABLE 5
Output Ratings
Maximum Switching Voltage: . . . . 250 VAC, rms or 125 VDC
Maximum Switching Loading: . . . . Refer to Figure 21.
Maximum Pickup Time: . . . . . . . . . . 8 msec (not including control response time)
Maximum Release Time: . . . . . . . . 15 msec (not including control response time)
Output Protection: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shunting type using MOVs and capacitors. 1500 VAC, rms isolation between coil and
contacts
Hi-Pot Capability: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.150 kV DC for 1 second from one output to the next or from one pin to chassis, but
not across two terminals of a single output (due to output protection).
Fusing: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outputs are not internally fuse-protected. Customer-supplied fusing is recommended.
Maximum Switching Power
10
Legend
Current (A)
5
AC Resistive Load:
DC Resistive Load:
AC Resistive Load
2
1
0.5
DC Resistive Load
0.2
0.1
10
20
50
100
200
Voltage (V)
500
Figure 21.
Maximum Output Switching Graph.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Before Placing the Control and the
Recloser into Service
c.Press the ENTER key. The (TESTING...) message
will appear. (The test duration is approximately five
seconds.)
CAUTION: Equipment misoperation. Do not
connect this control to an energized recloser until
all control settings have been properly programmed and
verified. Refer to the programming information for this
control. Failure to comply can result in control and
recloser misoperation, equipment damage, and personal
injury.
G110.3
•If the battery is OK, the (PASS) message will
appear.
•If the battery is not OK, one of these messages
will appear:
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to the wiring or batteries, do not transport the control with the batteries
installed.
"ATTENTION – 1" indicates Battery Test Trouble*
"ATTENTION – 2" indicates Battery Test Failed
"ATTENTION – 3" indicates Battery Test
Currently Running
"ATTENTION – 4" indicates Battery Test
Blocked**
* Battery Test Trouble indicates that the test
results were not lower than battery failure voltage
(15V) and not higher than the test voltage
(22.8V).
Note: When opened, both the cabinet door and the inside swing
panel door lock into the open position. Lift the door or
swing panel up to raise the hinge out of the locking position prior to closing the inside swing panel door or the
cabinet door.
Prior to placing the control and recloser into service, the
following installation procedures must be properly
completed and verified:
1. Front panel label inserts changed (if applicable).
Note: Refer to Using Removable Inserts section in this
manual for additional information.
2. Control properly mounted for the installation.
3. Recloser installed according to all locally approved
standards and practices.
4. AC disconnect switches installed.
5. Control and recloser properly grounded in accordance
with guidelines in this manual and the applicable
recloser manual.
6. Control cable properly connected and supported.
**Battery Test Blocked indicates a battery test was
attempted with battery power only. The battery
cannot be tested when the control is powered
from the battery only (no AC power).
d.The battery test results can be viewed by pressing
the down arrow. The following information will be
displayed:
VBat = XX.XX Volts
IBat = -X.XX Amps
8. AC power connected to the control.
Note: The control includes a Power Save feature that will turn
off the LEDs and backlit LCD display after 15 minutes
of inactivity at the front panel (no buttons pressed). The
CONTROL OK and HOT LINE TAG LEDs are not
affected by the power save mode. Pressing any key on
the front panel will turn the LCD backlight on and
restore all LEDs to their current on/off states.
7. Control battery connected and tested for proper
operation.
9. All control programming entered and verified by
appropriate personnel.
Note: The battery test runs within 60 seconds upon powerup of the control.
Note: Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based
Recloser
Control
Programming Guide for additional information.
Note: The battery cannot be tested when the control is
powered from the battery only (no AC power). If a
battery test is attempted with battery power only,
the test results will display as ATTENTION — 4
(Battery Test Blocked).
View battery information and test battery operation as
follows:
a.Scroll down the front panel HMI to the BATTERY
menu item and press the ENTER button. Code 081
Battery Voltage and Current will be displayed:
VBat = XX.XX Volts
IBat = -X.XX Amps
b.Press the down arrow button to scroll to the Test
Battery command. Press the ENTER button.
The following message will appear: 082 Test Battery
(CONFIRM).
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10.Control clock set to the correct time.
Note: Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based
Recloser
Control
Programming Guide Clock Menu for additional
information.
CAUTION: Equipment damage; misoperation. External
leads must be shielded and the shield must be grounded
at both ends. Terminate each lead with a 320 VAC, 160
Joules metal oxide resistor (MOV), or equivalent, at the
remote end. Attach MOVs between the leads and
ground. Failure to properly shield and protect leads can
result in equipment damage and/or unintentional
operation.
G117.3
11.Customer connections for remote and supervisory
operation checked and completed in accordance with
proper shielding and surge protection (Figure 20).
S280-104-1
accessories
These accessories are available. Contact your Cooper
Power Systems representative for additional information.
Low Voltage Closing
The Low Voltage Closing Accessory utilizes 120 or 240
VAC for closing power (Figures 22, 23, and 24). Multiple
low voltage closing accessories are available for reclosers
equipped with low voltage closing. The low voltage closing
accessories available for the Form 4D recloser control
include the appropriate receptacles and wiring based upon
the input supply voltage. Table 6 lists the available low
voltage closing input/output receptacles and cables for the
Form 4D pole-mount recloser control.
Cabinet Ordering Accessories
• AISI 304 stainless steel cabinet construction
table 6
Receptacles and Wiring;
Input and Low Voltage Closing Cables*
Incoming Power Receptacles
The Incoming Power Receptacle allows the user to
conveniently plug the power cable into the control,
eliminating the need for hardwiring to the control. Various
options are available based upon the input power voltage,
and phase sensing requirements. Table 6 includes the
available input receptacles and cables for the Form 4D
pole-mount recloser control.
Internal Voltage Sensing
A four-wire cable and input receptacle accessory (Table 7)
is required for Type NOVA three-phase reclosers with the
internal voltage sensing (IVS) option. Internal voltage sensors, located on the source side, indicate voltage magnitude within an accuracy 2% or better and a phase degree
accuracy within 1.5 degrees (includes sensor, cable, and
control). The 4-pin receptacle accessory is pre-wired to the
voltage inputs on the control. Refer to Service Instructions
S280-42-1 NOVA Three-Phase Recloser Installation and
Operation Instructions for additional setting information.
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Catalog Number
120 VAC low-voltage closing 2-pin input and 2-pin output receptacles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-A
120 VAC low-voltage closing with 3-pin input and 2-pin output receptacles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-B
120 VAC low-voltage closing with inlet hole and 2-pin output receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-C
240 VAC low-voltage closing with 2-pin input and 2-pin output receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-D
240 VAC low-voltage closing with 3-pin input and 2-pin output receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-E
240 VAC low voltage closing, for 2-wire with inlet hole and 2-pin output receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-F
240 VAC low-voltage closing, for 3-wire with inlet hole and 2-pin output receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-G
120 VAC or 240 VAC input receptacle, 2-pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-H
120 VAC input receptacle, 3-pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-J­
240 VAC input receptacle, 3-pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1775-K
AC Input Cable, 120 or 240 VAC, 2-wire for 2-pin input for use with KME4D-1775-A, KME4D-1775-D, or
KME4D-1775-H receptacles. Replace X with desired length. Select from 10 to 80 feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KA11ME1-X
AC Input Cable, 240 VAC, 3-wire for 3-pin input for use with KME4D-1775-E or KME4D-1775-K receptacles.
Replace X with desired length. Select from 10 to 80 feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4-67-2-X
AC Input Cable, 120 VAC, 3-wire for 3-pin input for use with KME4D-1775-B and KME4D-1775-J receptacles.
Replace X with desired length. Select from 10 to 80 feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4-67-3-X
Low Voltage Closing Cable, 2-wire for use with KME4D-1775-A, KME4D-1775-B, KME4D-1775-C,
KME4D-1775-D, KME4D-1775-E, KME4D-1775-F, and KME4D-1775-G low voltage closing receptacles.
Replace X with desired length. Select from 10 to 80 feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KA13ME1-X
*Low-voltage closing receptacles are only applicable to Cooper Power Systems auxiliary and line-powered reclosers with 14-pin connection (WE,
WVE27, WVE38X, VWE, VWVE27, VWVE38X, VSA12, VSA12B, VSA16, VSA20, VSA20A, VSO12, VSO16, NOVA15, NOVA27, NOVA38)
TABLE 7
Internal Voltage Sensing
Description
Catalog
Number
Internal Voltage Sensing input receptacle, 4-pin................................. KME4D-3799-A
Note: Internal voltage sensing receptacle is only compatible with reclosers equipped with internal voltage sensors.
Note: The internal voltage sensing cable (KA97ME) is ordered with the recloser. If a replacement cable is
required, contact your Cooper Power Systems representative.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Do not test or
connect the potential transformer cables until the
unit is installed in the field. Before applying power, confirm input power receptacle is electrically insulated.
Failure to do so may result in severe personal injury or
death.
T358.0
Figure 22.
120 or 240 VAC 2-wire control power input with low voltage closing (shown with default factory wiring connected
to B-phase voltage metering with B-phase incoming supply).
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S280-104-1
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Do not test or
connect the potential transformer cables until the
unit is installed in the field. Before applying power, confirm input power receptacle is electrically insulated.
Failure to do so may result in severe personal injury or
death.
T358.0
Figure 23.
120 or 240 VAC 2-wire with ground control power input with low voltage closing (shown with default factory wiring
connected to B-phase voltage metering with B-phase incoming supply).
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Do not test or
connect the potential transformer cables until the
unit is installed in the field. Before applying power, confirm input power receptacle is electrically insulated.
Failure to do so may result in severe personal injury or
death.
T358.0
Figure 24.
120/240 VAC 3-wire center-tapped PT control power input with 240 VAC low voltage closing (shown with default
factory wiring connected to B-phase voltage metering with B-phase incoming supply).
34
S280-104-1
Cable Locking Sleeves
To prevent detachment of the control cable from the control
cabinet by unauthorized personnel, a cable-locking sleeve
(Catalog Number KME4D-1772-X [replace X with quantity:
maximum 5]) is available to enclose the cable plug. The
plug is passed through the sleeve and the sleeve is then
fastened from inside the control cabinet. There is no
access to the cable receptacle without opening the locked
cabinet door and detaching the sleeve.
BCT Terminal Blocks Accessories
Separate BCT terminal blocks provide a connection point
for external 600:5 or 1200:5 multi-ratio bushing current
transformers. BCT terminal blocks are available for both
the load or source sides and include wire for all ratios of the
BCT. Refer to Table 8 and Figure 25.
Auxiliary Terminal Block Accessory
An auxiliary terminal block and receptacle is available for
three-stage auxiliary switch wiring. Refer to Table 8 and
Figure 25.
table 8
Terminal Blocks (maximum 12-gauge wire)
Description
Catalog Number
BCT shorting-type terminal block
for (LOAD) bushings 2, 4, 6 . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1773-A
BCT shorting-type terminal block
for (SOURCE) bushings 1, 3, 5 . . . . . . KME4D-1773-B
TABLE 9
Miscellaneous Accessories
Description
Catalog
Number
120 VAC Battery Charger for spare batteries KME5-60-1
Made in USA decal......................................K89-407-1
120 VAC GFI Duplex Outlet
The GFI Duplex Outlet (Catalog Number KME4D-1776) is
available for controls powered by 120 VAC or 240 VAC threewire supply power. This convenience outlet is rated for 3
Amperes and is accessible through the front door in the
control cabinet. The 120 VAC GFI Duplex Outlet is used for
many applications such as power for the MET Tester, auxiliary
measurement equipment, and supplemental lighting.
Automation Accessory Packages
The Form 4D control includes an auxiliary power supply that
provides a customer connection to 13.5VDC. This source is
intended to be used to power radios and other communications support equipment for connection to SCADA and
other remote communications systems. The power supply is
backed up by the control batteries in the Form 4D control
cabinet, and will continue to provide power to connected
accessories under loss of AC line power to the recloser
control. A maximum of 12W continuous and 30W peak
(intermittent) power can be delivered to accessories connected to the auxiliary power supply.
A variety of automation packages are available to be used
in conjunction with the auxiliary power supply to facilitate
Terminal block and receptacle for
the mounting and proper connection of antennas to
wiring of three-stage auxiliary
radios mounted in the control cabinet. Packages are
switch, KA542R3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . KME4D-1801-11
available to support many popular radio technologies and
Note: For every one terminal block accessory
frequency bands. See
ordered, the maximum additional I/O
TABLE 10
Table 10 for details on each
allowed quantity is reduced by one.
Automation Accessory Packages
of the available automation
(A maximum of two accessories can be ordered.
accessory packages.
KME4D-1774-21 is not included in this maximum.)
Auxiliary Terminal
Block Accessory
BCT
Terminal
Blocks
Figure 25.
Sample BCT terminal blocks
configuration and positioning
of auxiliary terminal block
accessory.
Catalog
Description
Number
Wireless communication provisions package
13.5 VDC interface board, radio mounting tray
(Radio and communications interface cards not included) ............... KME4D-1774-21
Cellular communications connection and protection package
32” SMA(m)-N(m) coax pigtail, 700MHz - 2GHz PolyPhaser and
mounting hardware, N(f)-type external termination............................ KME4D-1774-14*
WiFi/WiMax communications connection and protection package
32” SMA(m)-N(m) coax pigtail, 2GHz-6GHz Polyphaser and
mounting hardware, N(f)-type external termination, TNC(m)-SMA(m)
inline coaxial adapter . ..................................................................... KME4D-1774-15*
125MHz to 1GHz N-terminated radio connection and protection package
25” N(m)-N(m) coax pigtail, 125MHz to 1GHz PolyPhaser
and mounting hardware, N(f)-type external termination . .................. KME4D-1774-16*
700MHz to 2GHz TNC-terminated radio connection and protection package
32” TNC(m)-N(m) coax pigtail, 700MHz to 2GHz PolyPhaser and mounting hardware,
N(f)-type external termination .......................................................... KME4D-1774-17*
PolyPhaser and mounting hardware - 125MHz-1GHz ....................... KME4D-1774-A*
PolyPhaser and mounting hardware - 700MHz-2GHz ....................... KME4D-1774-B*
PolyPhaser and mounting hardware - 2GHz-6GHz . .......................... KME4D-1774-C*
* Requires that the KME4D-1774-21 wireless communication provisions package also be ordered.
Note:
Corresponding communication interfaces from Port 1 and/or Port 2 must be ordered in conjunction with automation accessories.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Communication Board Accessories
The Form 4D pole-mount control is equipped with two
communication board accessory expansion bays offering
versatile support for modern communication media (Figure
26). Five distinct communication options (Figure 27) are
available, providing two-way, real time digital communications with a remote terminal unit (RTU), wireless, telephone
modem, Ethernet network, or other communication devices. Any combination of two communication boards can be
installed. The following options are available:
• RS-232 (isolated) Serial communication card
Ethernet Fiber, ST
Ethernet Copper, RJ-45
• RS-485 (isolated) Serial communication card
• Fiber-optic-based Serial communication card with ST
Connectors
• 10/100 Base-T/TX Ethernet communication card with
RJ-45 connector
• 100 Base-FX Ethernet communication card with four
connector options supporting both single- and multimode
The expansion bay based Communication Board Accessory
concept offers high versatility with respect to communication
medium and protocol support. Additional accessories are
being continuously developed. Contact your Cooper Power
Systems representative for the latest information regarding
particular media and communication protocol support.
Ethernet Fiber, MTRJ
Ethernet Fiber, LC
Serial, RS-485
Ethernet Fiber, SC
Serial Fiber, ST
Figure 27.
Side panel Communication options.
Figure 26.
Form 4D pole-mount recloser control side panel communication ports.
36
Serial, RS-232
S280-104-1
Table 11
Communication Support Equipment
RS-232 Serial Communication Card
Description
Catalog
Number
USB cable, Type A male-to-Type B male
connectors, 2 meters (6.5 ft.) length
KME4D-66
The RS-232 Serial communication card accessory provides
means for establishing asynchronous link-based digital
communications with the Form 4D pole-mount control.
The Galvanic isolated (1000 VDC) RS-232 port can operate
at communication speeds up to 256 kbps. The accessory
also includes TX and RX indicating LEDs for verifying
communications.
Digital communications must be programmed to ensure
proper operation of the RS-485 communication card
accessory. Refer to S280-104-2 Form 4D Control
Programming Guide for additional protocol support information.
Table 12 indicates the pin assignments for the side panel
RS-232 communication port (Figure 26). Refer to Figure 29
for pin identification.
Table 12
RS-232 Serial Communication Port Pin Assignments
Pin Number
Signal Name
1 DCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carrier Detect
2 RXD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Receive Data
Figure 28.
USB cable.
3 TXD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Transmit Data
4 DTR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data Terminal Ready
5 GND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Signal Ground
6 DSR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Data Set Ready
(Not Connected)
7 RTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Request to Send
8 CTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clear to Send
9 NC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Not Used
10 (Shroud) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chassis Ground
J2 DB-9 Connector
1
3
2
6
7
4
8
5
9
RS-232 DTE
Figure 29.
RS-232 Serial communication port pin identification.
37
Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
RS-485 Serial Communication Card
The RS-485 serial communication card accessory provides means for establishing asynchronous link-based
digital communications with the Form 4D pole-mount control. The Galvanic isolated (1000 VDC) RS-485 port is 1/8
unit load, which allows for up to 256 devices on the bus.
The accessory has selectable 2-wire or 4-wire modes (halfor full-duplex) via a switch on the board. Also on the board
are selectable 120 ohm termination resistors, which should
be used when the device is at the physical end of a bus.
The accessory has a maximum communication speed of 1
Mbps.
Note: The terminating resistors included on the Form 4D control RS-485 interface card have been specified for +/- 5
Volt DC RS-485 installations. For RS-485 applications
using a voltage supply greater than 5VDC, external terminating resistors must be used.
Digital communications must be programmed to ensure
proper operation of the RS-485 communication card accessory. Refer to S280-104-2 Form 4D Control Programming
Guide for additional protocol support information.
Table 13 indicates the pin assignments for the RS-485
serial communication card accessory (Figure 30).
Table 13
RS-485 Serial Communication Port Pin Assignments
4-Wire Operation (Full-Duplex)
Pin
Number
Pin
Name
1
TX+
Transmit, Non-Inverting
2
TX–
Transmit, Inverting
3
RX–
Receive, Inverting
4
RX+
Receive, Non-Inverting
5
GND
Signal Ground
Pin Description
2-Wire Operation (Half-Duplex)
Pin
Number
Pin
Name
1
TX
Transmit
2
RX
Receive
3
RX
Receive (internally connected to
pin 2)
4
TX
Transmit (internally connected to
pin 1)
5
GND
Pin Description
Signal Ground
J2 Connector
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
Figure 30.
RS-485 Serial communication port pin identification.
38
Fiber-Optic Based Serial Communication
Card
The Fiber-Optic based Serial Communication Card offers
means of establishing asynchronous (RS-232 like) digital
communications through multi-mode fiber media. The use
of the fiber-optic based serial communication card accessory can enhance communication reliability, and provides
excellent electrical isolation thus protecting transmitted
data from extraneous electrical interference.
A pair of industry standard ST type fiber-optic connectors
are mounted on the back of the board enabling customer
connection to a digital communication system using fiberoptic cables (customer-supplied).
The fiber-optic link has separate receive (RX) and transmit
(TX) ports operating at 820nm. Typical transmission distance is 2000m with 62.5/125µm multi-mode fiber. Consult
your Cooper Power Systems representative for availability
of long haul solutions. Link communication speed is controlled through software and can be set at: 1200, 2400,
4800, 9600, 19.2k, and 38.4k. Modbus can also be set at
57.6k.
Digital communications must be programmed to ensure
proper operation of the serial fiber-optic accessory. Refer
to Service Information S280-104-2 Form 4D
Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control Programming
Guide and S280-104-3 Form 4D Control Communications
Information for additional information.
The fiber-optic based serial accessory includes TX and
RX indicating LEDs for verifying communications along
with an echo/non-echo switch for supporting ring/star
fiber topologies.
When operated in a ring configuration, the toggle switch
must be set in the ECHO position. In this mode, the fiberoptic card will repeat (pass through) all messages received
on the RX fiber, and will respond to the Master station by
first echoing the incoming command and then sending the
response. This arrangement is best suited for creation of
low cost multi device fiber loops. For reliable communications, the fiber loop system requires that all devices in the
loop remain powered at all times, thus enabling unobstructed flow of information throughout the loop. A 3.6 V
battery can be connected to the card to keep the loop
active should the control lose power.
A more resilient system can be designed by using the
fiber-optic ports in a point-to-point or multiple point-topoint (star) configuration. For this mode, the toggle switch
must be set in the NON-ECHO mode. The Form 4D polemount control will respond to the Master station by sending a response only (total separation of Receive and
Transmit fibers). Additional hardware (fiber-optic star coupler) is required to support the multiple point-to-point
device configurations.
S280-104-1
Ethernet Communication Cards
The Ethernet communication card accessories bring
Ethernet network connectivity to the Form 4D pole-mount
recloser control platform. Ethernet is highly flexible, offering
simultaneous support for multiple sessions, device management (ProView NXG over TCP/IP) and SCADA communications (DNP3 IP).
Table 15
Ethernet (RJ-45) Communication Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Number
Pin
Name
1
TX+
Transmit Data (positive)
2
TX–
Transmit Data (negative)
By natively supporting a set of widely accepted industry
standards (TCP/IP, UDP/IP, OSI) the Ethernet communication accessory ensures seamless interoperability with other
network devices.
3
RX+
Receive Date (positive)
4
NC
No Connection
5
NC
No Connection
The Ethernet communication card accessory is offered in 5
physical layer configurations (twisted pair and optical-fiber
options) as shown in Table 14.
6
RX–
Receive Data (negative)
7
NC
No Connection
8
NC
No Connection
Pin Description
Table 14
Ethernet Communication Card Configurations
Card
Type Configurations
Output
Connectors
Communication
Speed
1
10/100 Base-T
RJ-45
(wired)
10 / 100MBps
(auto-switching)
2
100 Base-FX
MT-RJ
(multi-mode fiber)
100MBps
(full-duplex)
3
100 Base-FX
SC
(multi-mode fiber)
100MBps
(full-duplex)
4
100 Base-FX
ST
(multi-mode fiber)
100MBps
(full-duplex)
5
100 Base-FX,
LC
(single-mode fiber)
100MBps
(full-duplex)
Maximum link length is determined by the use of the particular physical layer implementation, and can be further
constrained by the actual network configuration. In case of
the 100Base-FX MT-RJ connector based implementation,
maximum link length in excess of 2000m can be achieved
with 62.5/125µm multi-mode fiber. The fiber-optic link uses
1300nm wavelength, and can easily be interfaced to other
100Base-FX solutions (ST connector patch cord solution).
J2 Connector
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Figure 31.
Ethernet (wired) communication port pin identification.
Table 15 indicates the pin assignments for the Ethernet
(wired) communication card accessory (Figure 31).
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
testing
CAUTION: Equipment misoperation. Do not
connect this control to an energized recloser until
all control settings have been properly programmed and
verified. Refer to the programming information for this
control. Failure to comply can result in control and
recloser misoperation, equipment damage, and personal
injury.
G110.3
IMPORTANT: The Form 4D control can be taken out of
service for testing and placed back into service without
de-energizing its recloser and interrupting the system.
However, during the time the control is out of service,
the recloser is inoperative.
Testing an Installed Control
c.Press the ENTER key. The (TESTING...) message
will appear. (The test duration is approximately five
seconds.)
•If the battery is OK, the (PASS) message will
appear.
•If the battery is not OK, one of these messages
will appear:
"ATTENTION – 1" indicates Battery Test Trouble*
"ATTENTION – 2" indicates Battery Test Failed
"ATTENTION – 3" indicates Battery Test
Currently Running
"ATTENTION – 4" indicates Battery Test
Blocked**
* Battery Test Trouble indicates that the test
results were not lower than battery failure voltage
(15V) and not higher than the test voltage
(22.8V).
The following tests to determine initial operation of the
Form 4D pole-mount recloser control can be performed
while connected to an operating recloser.
**Battery Test Blocked indicates a battery test was
attempted with battery power only. The battery
cannot be tested when the control is powered
from the battery only (no AC power).
Note: These are the only tests performed on an installed,
operating control.
1. Verify operating status of all indicator lights by pressing
any key to reactivate the display and active LEDs.
2. Check the operational
values for currents, voltPHASE FAULT
ages, and other metering information.
A B C
Note: Scroll through the
GROUND FAULT
LCD
display
messages
SENSITIVE GNDby
pressing the 
and  cursor
FREQUENCY TRIP
movement arrows
underneath the
VOLTAGE TRIP
LCD display on the
p rABOVE
o g r a MIN
m mTRIP
ing
panel (Figure 32).
ENTER
EDIT
ESC
d.The battery test results can be viewed by pressing
the down arrow. The following information will be
displayed:
ALARM
VBat = XX.XX Volts
CONTROL OK
IBat = -X.XX Amps
AC POWER
4. Verify the Control OK LED is illuminated on the control
BATTERY
operator panel. The AC POWER LED indicates the
presence of AC power (Figure 33).
PHASENote:
VOLTAGEThe control includes a Power Save feature that will
A
B
X
Y
turn off the LEDs and backlit LCD display after 15
Cminutes of inactivity at the front panel (no buttons
The CONTROL OK and HOT LINE TAG
Zpressed).
LEDs are not affected by the power save mode.
Pressing any key on the
front panel will turn the
LCD backlight on and
restore all LEDs to their
current on/off states.
Figure 32.
LCD display and cursor
PHASE
FAULT
movement
arrows.
LOCKOUT
A Boperation
C as
3. View battery information and test battery
follows: OPEN
FAULT
CLOSEDthe front panel HMIGROUND
a.Scroll down
to the BATTERY
menu item and press the ENTER button. Code 081
SENSITIVE
Battery Voltage and Current will be
displayed:GND
VBat = XX.XX Volts
IBat = -X.XX Amps
TRIP
CLOSE
FREQUENCY TRIP
HOT LINE
TAG
GND TRIP
TRIP
b.Press the down arrow button toVOLTAGE
scroll toBLOCKED
the Test
Battery command. Press the ENTER button.
ABOVE
MINBattery
TRIP
The following message will appear:
082 Test
ALT
(CONFIRM).
PROFILE 1
(LOCKOUT)
40
OFF
LOCKOUT
ALARM
CONTROL OK
All other tests described in this
TESTING
section
require
the
Form
DATA PORTS
AC POWER
4D pole-mount recloser control to
be removed from service, conBATTERY
nected to a bypassed recloser, or
tested at a location where the
proper testing equipment is avail- Figure 33.
PHASE OK
VOLTAGE
SUPER-ENTER
Control
and AC
NONable.
VISORY
POWER
LEDs.
RECLOSE
Alarm Condition:
OFF
A
B
C
• During an automatic battery
Z
test a 5Ω, 55 wattEDIT
resistor is placed XacrossY the battery
ESC
terminals for approximately 5 seconds. The Form 4D
control measures the battery voltage, if the voltage
drops below 22.8 VDC the BATTERY LED illuminates
(Figure 33) and a battery alarm is issued, if configured,
at the end of the test.
S280-104-1
Remove the Control from Service
IMPORTANT: Disconnect switches for AC sensing and
power connections are necessary to isolate the Form
4D control for testing and servicing.
1. Enable GND TRIP BLOCKED to disable the ground
element.
Note: This prevents the control from tripping on imbalance
as the control cable is connected and disconnected.
Preliminary Testing with No AC
Available
If the Form 4D control is not in service and requires
energization for preliminary testing, it can be powered up
with battery power only.
1. Open the swing panel and locate the push-button
switch recessed inside the control side panel (Figure
35).
A.Press the GND TRIP BLOCKED button. The LED
should be illuminated.
CAUTION: Hazardous voltage. Open CT secondaries can generate high voltages. Contact with CT
pins of the disconnected cable can cause electric shock
and may result in personal injury. Open recloser contacts
and open disconnect switches before disconnecting
T204.3
control cable.
CAUTION: Hazardous voltage. Cable conductors
attached to controls will remain at 53 VDC and 120
VAC potential while connected to the control. Contact
with any pins at the end of the cable directly or indirectly
connected to a control can result in personal injury or
equipment damage. Disconnect battery and external
power sources in the control then remove control cable
at control end before disconnecting from recloser end.
T312.2
2. Disconnect the 24V control battery.
3. Disconnect control cable from control.
4. Remove control AC sensing and power connections
from the control.
5. Disconnect any serial communications ports connections (Figure 34).
6. Disconnect the ground from the control.
7. Carefully transport the control to a suitable service
facility.
Figure 35.
Location of push-button switch on the Form 4D control side-panel for power-up with battery power only.
2. Momentarily (4-5 seconds) press the switch with a
non-conductive tool. The control will power up.
3. To power down the Form 4D control, unplug the battery (disconnect the black/red battery connector).
4. Perform a battery charging cycle. Refer to Battery
Charging in the Battery Test and Charging
Procedures section of these instructions.
IMPORTANT: While the Form 4D control is powered in this
manner, the control battery is being continuously discharged.
When the battery voltage drops below 21V DC for 60
seconds, the control will automatically power down.
If the battery is left in a discharged condition, the
battery(s) will sustain permanent irreversible damage.
Therefore, a battery charging cycle should always be
performed after this procedure to bring the battery(s)
back up to full charge.
Testing with Type MET Tester
The Type MET electronic recloser control tester (Figure 36)
is used for testing the following functions of the Form 4D
recloser control:
• Overcurrent Timing
• Reclose Time
• Operating Sequence
• Reset Time
• Minimum Trip Current
• High Current Trip and Lockout
Figure 34.
Side swing-panel view of Form 4D pole-mount recloser control.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
The MET Tester is completely self-contained, capable of
performing all required checks and tests from a simple
verification of operation to a complete verification of all
operating parameters.
For on-line testing, bypass the recloser, open the load-side
disconnects and keep the source-side disconnects closed.
This will remove the recloser from service, but will keep line
voltage supplied to the closing solenoid (Figure 37).
Refer to Service Information S280-76-1 Type MET Electronic
Recloser Control Tester Operating Instructions for proper
setup and use of the MET Tester.
For shop testing, the closing solenoid voltage is supplied
by back-feeding a transformer with a low-side rating equal
to the voltage rating of an available power source, and a
high-side rating equal to the voltage rating of the recloser
(Figure 39). A 75 kA transformer of the proper voltage
rating with an impedance drop of approximately 3% is
satisfactory. The AC source must have a comparable
impedance drop.
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Interconnect
source leads X and Y and ground solidly to the
recloser tank (Figure 39). Do not connect lead Z to any
other phase or mechanical ground. Dangerous voltages to
ground exist on the phase connected to lead Z. Solidly
ground all equipment. Failure to comply can result in severe
personal injury and/or equipment damage.
T224.1
Figure 36.
KyleTM Type MET electronic recloser control tester.
Note: Setting the S2 switch of the MET Tester to the
"CALIBRATE" position for more than three seconds [with
the MET Tester in the OPEN state] will cause the
Interrupter Malfunction diagnostic to become active. The
control CLOSED and LOCKOUT LEDs will alternately
blink with the OPEN LED. If the Interrupter Malfunction
alarm is configured, the ALARM LED will also blink. The
Interrupter Malfunction diagnostic state is kept in nonvolatile memory, so it is not cleared when the control is
rebooted. In order to reset the Interrupter Malfunction
diagnostic, go to Function Code 80 Reset Targets and
press the ENTER button two times to reset targets.
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. The switchgear
(apparatus and control) and high-voltage transformer must be in a test cage or similar protected area
to prevent accidental contact with the high-voltage
parts.
Solidly ground all equipment. Failure to comply can
result in death, severe personal injury, and equipment
damage.
T221.5
A test circuit for these solenoid-closed reclosers is shown
in Figure 39. The following equipment is required for the
recommended shop testing setup:
Closing the Recloser During
Testing
Note: Solenoid-closed reclosers equipped with a 120- or 240VAC low-voltage closing coil accessory can be tested as
shown in Figure 40.
Electrical Closing – Solenoid-Operated
Reclosers
• Variable Autotransformer T1, 230 Volts, 20 Amps.
Line voltage is required for automatic recloser operation
during testing of reclosers equipped with a closing solenoid
(except for reclosers equipped with the low voltage closing
accessory).
BYPASS SWITCHES
(CLOSED)
3
A
1
SOURCE SIDE
DISCONNECT SWITCHES
(CLOSED)
LOAD
B
6
LOAD
5
SOURCE
CLOSING
COIL
SOURCE
C
4
2
LOAD SIDE
DISCONNECT SWITCHES
(OPEN)
Figure 37.
Closing source-side switches of a bypassed “on-line” recloser provides closing solenoid power for automatic
operation during testing.
42
S280-104-1
• Low-Voltage transformer T2 to simulate fault conditions.
Ratio and size will depend upon the maximum current
to be used. The recloser presents a low impedance to
the transformer, so secondary voltage must be only
high enough to force the required current through the
secondary of the transformer and the recloser.
Note: An alternative method of providing the necessary
current through the transformer is shown in Figure
38.
600:5
Recloser
BCT ON 600:5 Tap
2
1
The closing coil requirement is approximately 200 kVA
during the two-to-three cycle closing operation. The
solenoid coil operating voltage must be maintained at
the recloser bushings during the cycle interval the
closing coil is energized. This procedure is not used on
reclosers equipped with the low-voltage closing
accessory.
Clamp-On
Ammeter
Note: This test circuit
can apply over
800 Amps to the
recloser.
• High-Voltage T3 to operate the closing solenoid.
Variable
Autotransformer
(10 Amp)
115Vac
Note: Use at least 2/0
cable between
bushings.
Figure 38.
Alternate method of producing variable line current
(substitute for T2 and W-X circuit in Figures 39 and
40).
• Ammeter with a rating based on the level of test
current.
• Current-actuated timer.
VOLTAGE RATING OF
RECLOSER CLOSING
SOLENOID COIL
SENSING CTs (3)
Z
CLOSING
SOLENOID
CONTACTOR
5
6
J*
TO
240 OR
480 VAC
SOURCE
MAIN
CONTACTS (S)
ROTARY
SOLENOID
T3
Y
3
4
TRIP
SOLENOID
E* F*
H*
CLOSING
SOLENOID
COIL
A* B*
X
TO
240 VAC
SOURCE
2
1
G*
K*
T1
T2
VARIABLE
AUTOTRANSFORMER
240 VAC
20 AMPS
W
CONTROL
CABLE RECEPTACLE
FORM 4D
CONTROL
TO
AMMETER AND RELAY TO
OPERATE CYCLE COUNTER
OR OTHER TIMING DEVICE
AC POWER
*Indicates control cable receptacle pin/socket designation.
Figure 39.
Suggested test circuit for high voltage “shop-testing” solenoid-closing reclosers.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Electrical Closing­ – Motor-Operated
Low Voltage Closing Solenoid / NOVA
Reclosers
WARNING: Hazardous voltage. Solidly ground
all equipment. Failure to comply can result in
death, severe personal injury, and equipment damage.
T223.2
High-voltage is not required for reclosers utilizing a motoroperated closing mechanism, low voltage closing, or
NOVA recloser. For information on energizing the recloser,
refer to the appropriate recloser installation manual. Low
voltage supply can use either 120 or 240 VAC for input
power. Check the name plate on the recloser to verify the
correct closing power requirements.
Figure 40 shows a test circuit for motor-operated, lowvoltage solenoid-closing, and NOVA reclosers. Since these
reclosers require only a low voltage source for closing,
high-voltage transformer T3 and its protective cage is
eliminated. All other equipment is the same as the test
equipment shown in Figure 39.
Manual Closing – Solenoid-Operated
Reclosers
WARNING: Explosion Hazard. Excessive
Contact Arcing. Do not use the manual closing
tool to close an oil-insulated energized recloser. Closing
an energized oil-insulated recloser with a manual closing tool can cause excessive contact arcing, rapid
build-up of gas within the equipment, and possible
explosion which can cause death, severe personal
injury, and equipment damage.
T203.2
If high-voltage for operating the closing solenoid is not
available, manual closing can be substituted for electrical
closing. However, not all control settings can be checked
since manual closing is not synchronized with the closing
coil control circuit in the control.
Follow these steps to manually close the recloser:
1. Remove the closing tool port cover and gasket from
the side of the recloser head casting.
CAUTION: Equipment damage. Do not turn the manual
closing tool more than one-quarter turn clockwise.
Forcing the tool beyond the mechanism stop may shear
the pin on the closing shaft of the recloser.
T222.0
2. Insert the tee-handled tool (available as an accessory)
into the port, engaging the pin on the closing shaft
(Figure 41).
SENSING CTs (3)
5
6
3. Close the recloser by placing the yellow operating
handle (located under the sleethood) into the up or
CLOSED position and turning the closing tool onequarter turn clockwise.
J
3
4
H
X
1
NOT APPLICABLE FOR
CONTROL-POWERED
NOVA RECLOSERS
W
2
G
K
4. After each trip operation, about 1/2 second elapses
while the closing solenoid plunger is moving upward to
reset the main toggle latch.
5. After the main toggle latch resets, the recloser can be
closed again by operating the manual closing tool.
6. Replace the gasket and port cover on the recloser
head after testing has been completed.
120/240 VAC
POWER
SUPPLY
240 VAC
T1
T2
VARIABLE
AUTOTRANSFORMER
240 VAC-20 A
FORM 4D
RECLOSER
CONTROL
TO AMMETER
AND RELAY
TO OPERATE
CYCLE
COUNTER OR
OTHER TIMING
DEVICE
AC POWER
Figure 40.
Suggested test circuit for motor-operated, solenoidclosing reclosers with low-voltage closing.
44
Figure 41.
Using a manual closing tool to operate the recloser.
S280-104-1
Battery Test and Charging
Procedures
4. The battery test results can be viewed by pressing the
down arrow. The following information will be displayed:
Test Procedure for Installed Battery
VBat = XX.XX Volts
View battery information and test battery operation as
follows:
IBat = -X.XX Amps
1. Scroll down the front panel HMI toPHASE
the BATTERY
FAULT menu
item and press the ENTER button. Code 081 Battery
Voltage and Current will be displayed:
VBat = XX.XX Volts
IBat = -X.XX Amps
A
B
C
GROUND FAULT
2. Press the down arrow button to scroll
to the
Test
SENSITIVE
GND
Battery command. Press the ENTER button.
The following message will appear:FREQUENCY
082 Test Battery
TRIP
(CONFIRM).
Note: The battery cannot be tested when
the control
VOLTAGE
TRIP is
powered from the battery only (no AC power). If a
battery test is attempted with battery power only,
MIN TRIP
the test results will display asABOVE
ATTENTION
— 4
(Battery Test Blocked).
3. Press the ENTER key. The (TESTING...) message will
appear. The test duration is approximately five seconds.
•If the battery is OK, the (PASS) message will
appear.
•If the battery is not OK, one of these messages will
appear:
OPEN
LOCKOUT
"ATTENTION — 1" indicates Battery Test Trouble*
CLOSED
"ATTENTION — 2" indicates Battery Test Failed
"ATTENTION — 3" indicates Battery Test
Currently Running
"ATTENTION — 4" indicates Battery Test Blocked**
Alarm Condition:
• During an automatic battery
ALARM
test a 5Ω, 55 watt resistor is
placed across the battery
CONTROL OK
terminals for approximately
AC POWER
5 seconds. The Form 4D
control measures the battery
BATTERY
voltage, if the voltage drops
below 22.8 VDC the
BATTERY LED illuminates Figure 42.
PHASE VOLTAGE
(Figure ENTER
42) and a battery BATTERY
alarm LED.
alarm is issued, if configured,
at the end of the test.
A B C
X Y Z
ESC Procedure EDIT
Test
for Uninstalled Battery
The entire process should be conducted in a clean environment, such as a repair shop.
Refer to Table 16 and follow this procedure to perform a
bench test on a control battery in a service shop:
1. Remove the control from service. Refer to Remove the
Control from Service procedure within the Testing
section of this manual.
DATA PORTS
2. Remove the battery from the control and carefully
transport it to a suitable service facility.
3. Measure battery voltage.
4. Apply test load and measure battery voltage after 5
seconds of load to determine voltage drop. Refer to
Table 16 for Bench Test Load Condition. SUPER-
* Battery Test Trouble indicates that the test results were
HOT LINE
GND TRIP
not lower than battery failure voltage (15V) and not
5.
Remove
TAGtest load.
TRIP
CLOSE
BLOCKED
higher than the test voltage (22.8V).
**Battery Test Blocked indicates a battery test was
attempted with battery power only. The battery cannot
be tested when the control is powered from the battery
only (no AC power).
NON
RECLOSE
VISORY
OFFold, it
If the battery fails the test or is at least four years
should be replaced. Refer to Table 16 for battery catalog
part numbers.
(LOCKOUT)
OFF
ALT
PROFILE 1
TABLE 16
Control Battery Bench Testing and Replacement Information
Battery
Catalog
Amp/
Control Type
Battery
Part #
Voltage
Type
Hour
Form 4D Pole-Mount (standard capacity) Hawker KME4-215
24v
Lead
8
Cyclon
Acid
Form 4D Pole-Mount (high capacity)
Hawker KME5-134-1
24v
Genesis
(two
12v
batteries)
Lead
13
Acid
Bench
Test Load
Condition
for 5 sec.
5Ω
55 watt
Acceptable
Voltage Drop
at End of
Test Load
3v
or less
5Ω
55 watt
2v
or less
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Battery Charging
Form 4D Battery Replacement Procedure
If it is not possible to charge the battery with the control’s
built-in charger, a KME5-60-1 (120 VAC) portable bench
type battery charger kit is available, which includes the
KA43ME7001 Battery Charger and the KME5-325-1
Adapter Cable. Refer to S280-79-14 KA43ME7001
Portable Lead Acid Battery Charger Instructions for additional information.
The 24 VDC control battery has a life expectancy of four
years. It is recommended that the battery(s) be replaced
after four years or if the battery(s) fails a battery test (after
sufficient recharge time) - whichever occurs first.
IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to charge a lead acid
battery below 2 VDC with the KA43ME7001 charger.
The charger requires a minimal voltage to sense a
battery is connected.
Note: Battery life is decreased at higher temperatures.
This procedure applies to a control with one or two batteries.
1. Follow all locally approved safety procedures.
2. Disconnect the control wiring to the battery(s) that will
be replaced (Figure 43).
If the lead acid battery is below 19 VDC for over 2 days,
replace the battery. The expired battery should be
disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner.
Consult local regulations for proper battery disposal.
Charge the battery with a KA43ME7001 (120 VAC) portable charger as applicable:
• Form 4D Pole-Mount Recloser Control (Standard
Capacity) – Connect the battery directly to the
KA43ME7001 charger. The charger continuously
monitors the battery voltage.
• Form 4D Pole-Mount Recloser Control (High Capacity)
– Use adapter KME5-325-1 to connect the two 12 volt
batteries to the KA43ME7001 charger.
IMPORTANT: Never connect a single 12 volt battery to
the KA43ME7001 charger. Use adapter KME5-325-1
with the battery assembly when connecting the charger
to the two 12 volt batteries.
Note: A yellow LED indicator on the body of the charger
illuminates when charging. A green LED indicator
illuminates when the charge is complete.
The charger senses when the battery voltage reaches 2.27
volts per cell, then the charge rate reduces to maintain a
trickle charge.
The yellow LED flickers to indicate the battery has reached
a full charge. This process can take up to 24 hours.
Refer to Table 17 for additional battery charging
accessories.
table 17
Battery Charging Accessories
Description
Catalog Number
120 VAC Battery charger for spare batteries . . . . KME5-60-1
Figure 43.
Battery connector.
3. Loosen, but do not remove, the battery bracket two
wing nuts located to the front-right of battery (Figure
44).
4. Loosen, but
do not remove,
the two thumb
screws for the
battery brackets [located to
the back-left of
battery] (Figure
44).
Thumb
Screws
5. Push up on
the open notch
end of the top
battery bracket
to release one
end as shown
in Figure 44.
Wing
Nuts
6. If there are two
batteries,
remove the top
battery
and
dual battery
wire assembly. Figure 44.
O t h e r w i s e , Loosen and lift battery bracket.
proceed to the
next step.
7. Push up on the open notch-end of the bottom battery
bracket to release one end.
(continued on next page)
46
S280-104-1
Return the Control to Service
8. Remove the battery(s).
Note: Dispose expired batteries in an environmentally
responsible manner. Consult local regulations for
proper battery disposal.
9. Place the replacement battery(s) in the location the
previous battery(s) were in.
After the required work is completed, proceed as
follows:
1. Remove AC power from the control.
2. Disconnect the control battery
10.Re-install the battery brackets by sliding the open
notch-end back into place (Figure 45).
3. Disconnect the control from the test set.
11.Tighten down the two thumb screws (Figure 45).
1. Appropriate personnel must verify that all control settings are correct.
12.Tighten down the two wing nuts for the battery
brackets (Figure 45).
13.If there are two batteries, reconnect the dual battery
wire assembly. Otherwise, proceed to next step.
14.Reconnect control wiring to replacement battery(s)
(Figure 43).
15.Re-energize the control. Follow all locally approved
safety procedures.
16.Perform a battery test on the new battery(s) (assuming
it has been adequately charged) to confirm the state of
the new battery(s) and wire assembly connections.
Refer to Battery Test and Charging Procedures section of this manual.
Follow this procedure to return the control to service:
2. Reconnect the ground cable to the control.
3. Control cable properly connected, fully tightened to
ensure gasket seal, and supported on both ends.
4. Plug in the control battery.
Note: The Form 4D pole-mount recloser control will not
automatically power up until AC power is applied.
5. Apply AC power to the control.
6. Disable GND TRIP BLOCKED.
A.Depress the GND TRIP BLOCKED button.
7. Verify the control clock is set to the current time after
AC power has been reapplied.
Note: The control clock may require resetting if the operating
power has been disconnected for more than thirty
days. Refer to Service Information S280-104-2 Form
4D Microprocessor-Based Recloser Control
Programming Guide for information on setting the
control clock.
Sliding open notch-end
down back into place.
Thumb
Screws
Wing
Nuts
Figure 45.
Reinstall battery bracket(s).
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole-Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
additional procedures
7. Remove the existing insert(s) intended for replacement
by pulling on the tab(s) that extend out of the side of the
module (Figure 47).
Using Removable Inserts
CAUTION: Control damage. De-energize both AC and
DC power prior to removing or installing any internal
connections or circuit boards in the control. Failure to
comply can result in damage to the control.
T241.1
1. Follow all locally approved safety procedures.
2. De-energize both AC and DC power.
A.Following established safety procedures, remove AC
input power from TB1 or from AC input receptacle,
if applicable.
B.Disconnect the control wiring to the battery(s) (Figure
43).
3. Loosen, but do not remove, the module swing panel
ground link 3/8" nuts with 3/8" nut driver (Figure 46).
4. Use a 1/4" nut drive to loosen, but not remove, the
three (3) nuts from the retaining bar (Figure 46).
5. Slide the retaining bar up to release the module.
6. Tilt back, but do not remove, the module from the
swing panel (Figure 46).
Note: Rest the lower portion of the module on the swing
panel opening.
Three (3) retaining bar nuts
Figure 47.
Remove existing insert.
8. Slide the new insert(s) into the module and align so the
text and LED slots are oriented in the window opening
on the front panel.
Module swing panel
ground link nuts
An electronic label template is included on the ProView
NXG application software CD and, once installed on
your PC, can be accessed through the following default
address: C:\Program Files\Cooper\ProView NXG\Form
4D\Form 4D Control Customizable Inserts.doc.
Two blank label templates are included with your
control.
(continued on next page)
Figure 46.
Loosen retaining bar nuts and tilt module back.
48
S280-104-1
9. Position the ground link on the swing panel to line up
with the ground lug on the module as it moves into
position (Figure 48).
Remove Existing Module
CAUTION: Equipment misoperation. The control must be removed from service prior to performing any maintenance, testing, or programming
changes and not (re)connected to an energized recloser until all settings have been verified. Failure to comply
can result in equipment misoperation, equipment damage, and personal injury.
G166.0
CAUTION: Control damage. De-energize both AC and
DC power prior to removing or installing any internal
connections or circuit boards in the control. Failure to
comply can result in damage to the control.
T241.1
Ground link nut
Figure 48.
Position the ground link on the swing panel to line up
with the ground lug on the module.
10.Lift up on the module until the ground link slides into
place and continue lifting up until the module is firmly
back into the swing panel.
11.Press into place as necessary.
12.Torque the nuts on the ground link to 24 in.-lbs. (Figure
48).
13.Slide the retaining bar down all the way over the module's aluminum extrusion as much as possible.
14.Torque the three (3) nuts to 24 in.-lbs. (Figure 46).
1. Retain the control settings by uploading the settings
from the control. Refer to Upload Settings from Control
section in S280-104-2 Form 4D Control Programming
Guide for additional information.
2. Follow all locally approved safety procedures to remove
the control from service.
3. De-energize both AC and DC power.
A.Following established safety procedures, remove AC
input power from TB1 or from AC input receptacle,
if applicable.
B.Disconnect the control wiring to the battery(s) (Figure
43).
4. Remove all wiring connections by unplugging each
plug assembly from the side of the module (Figure
46).
15.Reconnect the battery (if used).
5. Loosen, but do not remove, the module swing panel
ground link 3/8" nuts with 3/8" nut driver (Figure 46).
16.Reconnect AC input power to TB1 or to AC input
receptacle, if applicable.
6. Use a 1/4" nut drive to loosen, but not remove, the
three (3) nuts from the retaining bar (Figure 46).
17.Verify the module powers up properly.
7. Slide the retaining bar up to release the module.
8. Remove the module from the swing panel.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
Install Module
CAUTION: Equipment misoperation. Do not connect
this control to an energized recloser until all control settings have been properly programmed and verified.
Refer to the programming information for this control.
Failure to comply can result in control and recloser
misoperation, equipment damage, and personal injury.
G110.3
additional information
CAUTION: This equipment requires routine
inspection and maintenance to ensure proper
operation. If it is not maintained, it can fail to operate
properly. Improper operation can cause equipment
damage and possible personal injury.
G105.1
Replacement Kits
2. Position the ground link on the swing panel to line up
with the ground lug on the module as it moves into
position (Figure 48).
Replacement kits for the Form 4D pole-mount control are
available through the factory Service Department. To order
these kits, refer to the Replacement Parts price list for
catalog numbers and pricing. Contact your Cooper Power
Systems representative for additional information and order
procedures.
3. Lift up on the module until the ground link slides into
place and continue lifting up until the module is firmly
back into the swing panel.
Factory-Authorized Service
Centers
1. Align the bottom lip of the module with the lower edge
of the swing panel.
4. Press into place as necessary.
5. Slide the retaining bar down all the way over the module's aluminum extrusion as much as possible.
6. Torque the three (3) nuts to 24 in.-lbs. (Figure 46).
7. Torque the nuts on the ground link to 24 in.-lbs.
8. Reconnect all wire connections to the side of the
module.
Factory-authorized service centers are located throughout
the continental United States to provide maintenance,
repair and testing services for Cooper Power Systems
controls and reclosers. For further information, contact
your Cooper Power Systems representative.
Factory Maintenance Classes
11.Verify the module powers up properly.
The factory service department offers a basic testing and
troubleshooting course for the Form 4D microprocessorbased electronic recloser control. This course, taught by
experienced service technicians, is held at the factory's
in-house training facility. For additional information, contact
your Cooper Power Systems representative.
12.Download the desired settings to the control.
Type MET Recloser Control Tester
13.Verify control operation before returning to service. Refer
to Before Placing Recloser and Control into Service
procedure in this manual for additional information.
A 30-minute video program KSPV7 Kyle Type MET
Electronic Recloser Control Tester Operation and Testing
Procedures is available as a supplemental training aid for
service personnel.
9. Reconnect the battery (if used).
10.Reconnect AC input power to TB1 or to AC input
receptacle, if applicable.
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Form 4D Microprocessor-Based Pole Mount Recloser Control Installation and Operation Instructions
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