12 copy - Schneider Electric

12 copy - Schneider Electric
Products and
Equipment :
Energy Business
Indian
Catalogue
2014
Index
0
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
1
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
2
Primary Distribution Switchgear
3
Outdoor Housing
4
Electrical Houses
5
GIS-Type Metal-Enclosed Switchgear
6
Overhead Distribution Switchgear
7
Loose Components
8
Protection, Control and
Monitoring (Smart Grid)
9
Software
10
Transformers and
Prefabricated Substations
11
Services
12
Engineering Technical Information
13
Applications and Solutions
14
A History of Progress
This Catalogue
We are proud to present to you Schneider Electric’s
catalogue. It represents the offering of the world’s
largest supplier of medium voltage equipment and
encompasses all aspects of switchgear, transformers,
package substations, protection and control gear.
S chneider Electric’s origins date back to 1836 when
the company was founded by brothers, Aldolphe and
Eugene Schneider. Their company was based on mining,
forges and foundries in Le Creusot, France, and rose to
prominence during the Industrial Revolution. The company
diversified quickly into armaments, power stations, electric
locomotives, construction, iron and steel and took a
leading position in the emerging electricity market.
The company survived the turbulent times of a new
century and two world wars, and then expanded into
electricity, steel works, and construction. Post-war
diversification and a change of ownership in 1969 saw the
company experience its most challenging
period financially.
In 1981 new management overhauled the company’s
assets, concentrating efforts on the electrical and controls
industry. Key global acquisitions followed:
 Merlin Gerin, a leader in electrical switching
technologies was formally brought into the group in
1986.
 Telemecanique, a leading specialist in industrial control
and automation joined the business in 1988.
 Square D, a major North-American supplier of electrical
distribution and industrial control equipment was
acquired in 1991.
 ASET Transformers, a Victorian distribution transformer
and kiosk manufacturer was acquired in 1994.
 Nu-Lec Industries, a Queensland manufacturer of
pole-mounted reclosers and sectionalisers, was
added in 2000.
Schneider Electric then focused its attention on the
residential market. The company gained the household
electrical accessory brand names of New Zealand based
PDL in 2001 and Australian manufacturer, Clipsal in 2003.
Commercial sector growth continued to follow with more
prestigious names joining Schneider Electric including:
TAC, a global leader in building automation; CiTect, a
global provider of software for industrial automation;
Pelco, a hi-tech manufacturer of security cameras;
SCADAgroup, an Australian-based leading provider of
telemetry products and solutions; and APC, a world leader
in critical power and cooling services.
After more than 170 years of existence, sustainable
development is now at the core of Schneider Electric’s
strategy. Energy management is a key contributor to
CO² emission reduction and the company sees itself
as the only world leader in the automation and energy
management fields. The company is committed to
providing energy solutions that provide more while using
less. To reinforce this commitment the company has
formed many strategic alliances and proudly supports
Australian initiatives such as ABGR, NABERS and EEO.
The company is also particularly proud of its achievement
with BipBop, a programme geared at bringing electricity to
the 1.6 billion of the planet’s population who are
deprived of it.
Schneider Electric in India
The history of Schneider Electric in India dates back to
1963 with the merger between Establishment Merlin &
Gerin, Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd and Voltas Ltd. Soon after, in
1964, the first factory was set up in Thana and the
Company went public with an open offer. However, it was
only after three decades, in 1995, that a 100% subsidiary of
Schneider Electric Industries SAS was established in New
Delhi.
From the year 2000 the Company has been on the road to
growth and expansion through different acquisitions, new
factories being set up, and new products being developed
and launched. In 2000 S&S Switchgear and Crompton
Greaves LV Division were acquired followed by Clipsal
India in 2004, APC and Pelco businesses in India in 2007,
Conzerv and Meher Capcitors in 2009, Uniflair and Areva
Distribution businesses in India in 2010 and Luminous,
APW President and Digilink in 2011. The establishment of
Solutions & Application Centre for Automation projects in
2002, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Vadodara
and Hyderabad in 2003 and 2006 respectively and
establishment of Solution Engineering Centre in 2008 have
all helped Schneider Electric to maintain its leadership
position in India over the years.
Legacy Brands
In the medium voltage market, the history of the first 50
years of the 20th century was one of establishment of
many suppliers, often local or national. The second 50
years has been one of consolidation of these companies.
Due to the long life of electrical equipment (circa 30
years), many networks still have functioning equipment
from companies which have been absorbed. Schneider
Electric provides a range of services to support our legacy
equipment throughout its lifecycle, with offers such as:
specialist maintenance and diagnostics, retrofits, spare
parts, and end of life disposal.
2010 saw the company embark on one its largest
acquisitions, Areva T&D. The acquisition of Areva’s
Infrastructure domain enables Schneider Electric to
provide a comprehensive offer in switchgears and
network automation. It strengthens the company’s access
to worldwide utilities and electro-intensive customers and
enhances its position in the middle of the Smart Grid
technological revolution.
Such legacy brands include:
 Federal Pioneer
(Canada)
To further strengthen its position in the Smart Grid
market, Telvent is now part of Schneider Electric; offering
electrical utility customers a complete solution for a more
reliable, efficient and secure grid.
 Areva
(France)
 Merlin Gerin
(France)
 Square D
(USA)
 Yorkshire Switchgear
(UK)
 Nuova Magrini Galileo (Italy)
 GEC
(UK)
 GEC-Alsthom
(UK – France)
 VEI
(Italy)
 MESA
(Spain)
 English Electric
(UK)
Because a reliable network depends on safe,
flexible, and maintenance-free switchgear
Introducing Premset MV switchgear, flexible architecture designed
to improve peace of mind.
Switchgear designed for enhanced peace of mind
High modularity with total insulation
Because business relies on the availability of electricity, buildings need their medium
voltage distribution systems not only to be reliable, but also to be energy efficient,
durable, and able to adapt to changing business needs.
Premset architecture is based on type-tested
assemblies of functional blocks, which are designed
to work together in every combination, to improve
cost savings while facilitating modifications.
But the operators of these systems require more. Peace of mind is paramount, and can
only be achieved with low-maintenance switchgear that helps ensure the safety of both
people and assets. Switchgear that enables monitoring and lowers the total cost of
ownership is critical.
Stress-free installation, upgrading and maintenance
By combining proven technologies with a modular architecture and the Shielded Solid
Insulation System, PremsetTM MV switchgear represents a breakthrough innovation in
MV distribution. Additionally, its compact and easily upgradeable design optimises your
costs through:
> Maintenance-free operation
> Extended life
> Easy installation and upgrades
> Compact size
The 3-in-1 architecture means its operation is not only intuitive — it’s the safest
switchgear in its class. And, due to an SF6-free design, end-of-life is made easier, with
no need to worry about future legislation.
Schneider Electric in India
Innovative and integrated intelligent solutions
for smarter management of energy
Global energy needs are set to increase 40% by
2030. The future will be more and more
electrical bringing pressure on prices,
competition for resources, difficulties to provide
access to societies’ poorest citizens, impact on
economic growth etc.
India is the fifth largest country in the world in
terms of installed power generation capacity,
and yet some parts of the country are still
without power. The gap between supply and
demand of energy is continuously increasing
despite huge outlay for energy sector. As our
reliance on electricity grows, the ways in which
we produce, distribute, and use energy must
also evolve. The challenge will be to make the
available energy smarter: more efficient, reliable
and green.
World leader in electricity and automation
management, Schneider Electric offers
state-of-the-art products, cutting edge
technological solutions and services to make the most of
the energy available.
Our smart products, equipment, transformers, automation
and smart grid solutions help electricity producers and
distributors to improve the efficiency of their assets and to
in turn, offer a better service to their consumers. Our
solutions help save up to 30% energy across the electricity
and gas distribution systems through our state-of-the-art
automation solutions and real-time information
management systems.
As the market leader, Schneider Electric offers customized
solutions to Utilities, Industries and renewable segments in
the efficient management and distribution of electricity.
Over the last decade, we have built a strong legacy of
leadership, with several customer references for Products
and Solutions in diverse segments such as Power
Generation, Process (Steel, Aluminium, Cement, Glass,
Automobiles), Oil & Gas and Renewable Energy.
Index
Product Name
Premset
Outdoor Premset
SM6-24
SM6-36
DVCAS
RM6
FBX
Flusarc 36
Ringmaster C
PIX C Roll on Floor (RoF)
PIX36
PCOB
VOX
CBR
Outdoor Housing
Electrical Houses
CBGS-0
GMA
GHA
WI
N-Series Recloser
U-Series Recloser
W-Series Recloser
ADVC
Evolis
LF and LFP
SF
Rollarc
Fuses
Easergy PS100
Trio Radio
Easergy T200
Easergy Flite/Flair
Saitel DR
MiCOM C264
Sepam range
MiCOM range
VAMP
DM1000 & DM3000 Series
VAF & kWh
PowerLogicTM EM7200 series
EM6400 series
PACiS
ADMS
AMI/MDM Solution
Distribution Self-Healing Grid
Distribution Transformers
MINERA (MVPT)
Trihal
BIOSCO
Services
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Technical Information
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Description
Chapter Heading
Shielded Solid Insulation System
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Shielded Solid Insulation System
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Air Insulated Switchgear
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Air Insulated Switchgear
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Gas Insulated Switchgear
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Ring Main Unit
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
Ring Main Unit
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
Ring Main Unit
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
Ring Main Unit
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
Air Insulated Switchgear
Primary Distribution Switchgear
Air Insulated Switchgear
Primary Distribution Switchgear
Outdoor Vacuum Circuit Breakers
Primary Distribution Switchgear
Outdoor Dead Tank Circuit Breaker
Primary Distribution Switchgear
SF6 Outdoor Circuit Breaker for Railway Applications Primary Distribution Switchgear
Outdoor Enclosures
Outdoor Housing
E-House Solutions
Electrical Houses
Gas Insulated Switchgear
GIS Type Metal Enclosed Switchgear
Gas Insulated Switchgear
GIS Type Metal Enclosed Switchgear
Gas Insulated Switchgear
GIS Type Metal Enclosed Switchgear
Gas Insulated Switchgear
GIS Type Metal Enclosed Switchgear
Overhead recloser
Overhead Distribution Switchgear
Overhead recloser
Overhead Distribution Switchgear
Overhead recloser
Overhead Distribution Switchgear
Overhead Switchgear Controller
Overhead Distribution Switchgear
Vacuum circuit breaker
Loose Components
SF6 circuit breaker
Loose Components
SF6 Circuit Breaker
Loose Components
SF6 Contactor
Loose Components
MV Fuses
Loose Components
Backup Power Supply
Loose Components
Digital data radio modems
Loose Components
U/G Remote Monitoring & Control
Loose Components
U/G and O/H Fault Passage Indicators
Loose Components
Fault passage indicators
Loose Components
Substation Control Unit
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Protection, Metering and Control Relays
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Protection and Control Relays
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Arc Protection Relays
Protection, Control and Monitoring
1-Phase & 3-Phase V, A, F Meters
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Meters
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Smart Demand Controller
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Multi-Function meters
Protection, Control and Monitoring
Substation Protection, Control and Monitoring Solution Software
Advanced Distribution Management System
Software
Smart Metering and Meter Data Management SoftwareSoftware
Tested, Validated & Documented Architecture (TVDA) Software
Transformers and Prefabricated Substations
Medium Voltage Power Transformer
Transformers and Prefabricated Substations
Cast Resin Dry-Type Transformers
Transformers and Prefabricated Substations
Prefabricated Kiosk Substation
Transformers and Prefabricated Substations
Services “System Lifecycle”
Services
Common International Standards
Engineering Technical Information
Internal Arc Classification
Engineering Technical Information
Loss of Service Continuity
Engineering Technical Information
Partitioning Classifications
Engineering Technical Information
Degree of Protection (IP Ratings)
Engineering Technical Information
Line Currents for Three Phase Transformers
Engineering Technical Information
Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS)
Engineering Technical Information
Three-Phase Common Transformer Vector Group
Engineering Technical Information
Engineering Technical Information
Conversion Factors and Tables
PFC and Harmonic Filtering Solutions
Applications and Solutions
Capacitor Bank Sizing Table
Applications and Solutions
MV Motor Starting Techniques
Applications and Solutions
Automatic Transfer System
Applications and Solutions
Network Automation
Applications and Solutions
Solutions for the Oil and Gas industry
Applications and Solutions
Solutions for the Mining Industry
Applications and Solutions
Solutions for Railway
Applications and Solutions
Solutions for the Water Industry
Applications and Solutions
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Medium Voltage Panorama
Complete offer ranging from 3kV to 52kV
1
Prefabricated MV/LV
substation (rectangular)
Pole-mounted
transformers
Pole-mounted
switchgear
Overhead network
control and monitoring
BIOSCO
Up to 33kV
and 2.5MVA
MINERA
Immersed transformer
Up to 33kV and 500kVA
N Series
Up to 38kV/800A
Recloser
AVDC
Monitoring, control
and protection
Internal arc classification:
IAC-AB according to
AS62271.202
RL Series
Up to 38kV/630A
Load break switch
U and W Series
Up to 27kV/630A
Recloser
Easergy Flite, G200
Communicating fault passage
indicator for overhead MV lines
1
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
1
Power
transformer
Primary substation switchgear
Digital protection relays
and power metering
Automatic
capacitor bank
MINERA
Power transformer
up to 170kV
and 80MVA
Air Insulated Switchgear (AIS)
AIS up to 36kV/4000A/50kA
Sepam Series 10, 20,
40, 60 and 80 protection,
metering and control relays
CP range up to 36kV
compact enclosure
including switching
and Earthing devices
MiCOM Series Px10, Px20,
Px30 & Px40 protection and
control relays.
PowerLogic Digital Meters
Waveform capture and
accurate metering
Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS)
GMA up to 24kV/2500A
CBGS up to 36kV/2000A
GHA up to 36kV/2500A
WI up to 52kV/2500A
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
VAMP series
arc fault detection relays
2
Medium Voltage Panorama
Complete offer ranging from 3kV to 52kV
1
1
Ring main unit
Remote control
and fault tracking
Prefabricated MV/LV
substation (square)
RM6 up to 24kV/630A
FBX up to 24kV/1250A
CAS-36 up to 36kV/630A
Flusarc up to 36kV/1250A
Ringmaster C up to 13.8kV/630A
Easergy T200I,
T200E, T200H, Flair
Remote control and monitoring
through DNP3, Modbus and IEC
protocols
BIOSCO
Up to 33kV and 2.5MVA
3
Internal arc classification:
IAC-AB according to
AS62271.202
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Building a smarter
grid with reliable,
efficient energy
How Schneider Electric
smart grid-ready products
and solutions help balance
your grid equation.
More and more people are learning to
depend on energy as being integral to their
daily lives.
Meanwhile, the electricity market is
changing. Every day, end users’ expectations
increase in terms of reliability and quality,
and they gain greater awareness of energy’s
environmental impact.
It’s an evolution. But as our reliance on
electricity grows globally, the ways in which
we produce, distribute, and use energy must
also evolve. The solution will not only involve
smarter demand, but also smarter supply and as such, a smarter grid is at the heart of
the issue.
Distribution
transformer
Modular
switchboard
As The Global Specialist in Energy
Management™, Schneider Electric is smart
grid-ready, enabling the products and
solutions that support and connect the
five key domains of a smarter grid:
Flexible distribution
Smart generation
Demand-side management
Efficient homes
(including electric vehicles)
 Efficient enterprise (buildings, industrial
facilities, and data centres).
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MINERA, PREMAL immersed
transformers up to 33kV
and 5MVA
Trihal Dry Type
transformers up to
36kV and 3.15MVA
Premset
Up to 15kV/630A
SM6-24
Up to 24kV/1250A
SM6-36
Up to 36kV/630A
DVCAS
Up to 36kV/630A
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Our vision isn’t just to connect our
customers to the smart grid - but to also
connect them with each other, facilitating
smarter interactions and leading to increased
energy management capabilities.
Our smart grid solutions include:
 Smart medium voltage (MV) / low
voltage (LV) equipment
 Substation automation
 Feeder automation
 Enhanced distribution
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management solutions
Microgrid control
Volt/VAr management
Real-time condition monitoring
Electric vehicle load management.
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MV Metal-Enclosed Switchgear Selection Table
Selection table
1
Shielded Solid Insulation System
Air-Insulated Switchgear
Premset
Outdoor
Premset
SM6-24
SM6-36
1 Internal Arc Classification
IAC A-FLR
21kA/1s
IAC A-FLR (*)
21kA/1s
IAC A-FLR
20kA/1s
IAC A-FL
16kA/1s
2 Loss of Service Continuity
LSC2A
LSC2A
LSC-2A
LSC-2A
3 Partitioning
PM
PM
PI
PI
4 Degree of Protection
IP 3X
IP54
IP 2XC
IP 2XC
Un 15 kV
In 630 A
Ith 25 kA
Un 13.8 kV
In 630 A
Ith 21 kA
Un ≤ 24 kV
In ≤ 1250 A
Ith ≤ 25 kA
Un ≤ 36 kV
In ≤ 1250 A
Ith ≤ 25 kA
5 Type of Protection
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker /
Fuses
Circuit Breaker
6 Switching Medium
Vacuum
Vacuum
Vacuum / SF6
Vacuum / SF6
7 Type of Circuit Breaker
Fixed
Fixed
Demountable
Fixed / Withdrawable
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(*) Consult Schneider Electric for availability.
Gas Insulated
Switchgear
CBGS-0
GMA
GHA
WI
1 Internal Arc Classification
IAC A-FL
31.5kA/1s
IAC A-FLR
31.5kA/1s
IAC A-FLR
40kA/1s
IAC A-FL
40kA/1s
2 Loss of Service Continuity
LSC-2A
LSC-2B
LSC-2B
LSC-2B
3 Partitioning
PM
PM
PM
PM
4 Degree of Protection
IP 3X
IP 3X
IP 3X
IP 3X
Un ≤ 36 kV
In ≤ 2000 A
Ith ≤ 31.5 kA
Un ≤ 24 kV
In ≤ 2500 A
Ith ≤ 31.5 kA
Un ≤ 36 kV
In ≤ 2500 A
Ith ≤ 40 kA
Un ≤ 52 kV
In ≤ 2500 A
Ith ≤ 40 kA
5 Type of Protection
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker
6 Switching Medium
SF6
Vacuum
Vacuum
Vacuum
7 Type of Circuit Breaker
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
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Motorpact
PIXC
PIXMV
PIX36
IAC A-FLR
50kA/0.25s
IAC A-FLR
40kA/1s
IEC 62271-200
IEC 62271-200
LSC-2A
LSC-2B
LSC-2B
LSC-2B
PI
PM
PM
PM
IP 42
IP 4X
IP 4X
IP 4X
Un ≤ 7.2 kV
In ≤ 400 A
Ith ≤ 50 kA
Un ≤ 24 kV
In ≤ 2500 A
Ith ≤ 40 kA
as per IEC 60529
as per IEC 60529
Contactor / Fuses
Circuit Breaker /
Contactor
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker
Vacuum
Vacuum
Vacuum
Vacuum
Withdrawable
Withdrawable
Withdrawable
Withdrawable
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Ring Main Unit
RM6
FBX
Ringmaster
Flusarc 36
DVCAS
1 Internal Arc Classification
IAC A-FL
20kA/1s
IAC A-FL
20kA/1s
IAC A-F
21kA/1s
IAC A-FL
20/25kA/1s
IAC A-FL
20kA/1s
2 Loss of Service Continuity
LSC-2A
LSC-2A
LSC-2A
LSC-2A
LSC-2A
3 Partitioning
PM
PM
PI
PM
PM
4 Degree of Protection
IP 3X
IP 2X
IP 54
IP 3X
IP 3X
Un ≤ 24 kV
In ≤ 630 A
Ith ≤ 25 kA
Un ≤ 24 kV
In ≤ 1250 A
Ith ≤ 25 kA
Un ≤ 13.8 kV
In ≤ 630 A
Ith ≤ 21 kA
Un ≤ 36 kV
In ≤ 1250 A
Ith ≤ 25 kA
Un ≤ 36 kV
In ≤ 630 A
Ith ≤ 20 kA
5 Type of Protection
Circuit Breaker /
Fuses
Circuit Breaker /
Fuses
Circuit Breaker
Circuit Breaker /
Fuses
Circuit Breaker
6 Switching Medium
SF6
Vacuum
SF6
Vacuum
Vacuum
7 Type of Circuit Breaker
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
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Seamless Integration With Sepam or Micom Protection Relay
For further information, contact your Schneider Electric Sales Representative.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Premset
Compact modular secondary distribution switchgear
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Overview
Premset is a range of compact (375mm wide), SF6-free, shielded solid insulated fixed switchgear up to 15kV. It is the
safest MV switchgear in its class, combining Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS) with extreme compactness,
complete modularity and an easy to use 3-in-1 architecture. An outdoor version is also available.
Functional units:
Premset
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I06T - Disconnecting switch with integrated Earth switch (630A)
I06H - Fast-closing disconnecting switch with integrated Earth switch (630A)
D01-02N - Disconnecting circuit breaker with integrated Earth switch (100/200A)
D06N - Disconnecting circuit breaker for general protection (630A)
D06H - OCO heavy-duty circuit breaker with integrated Earth switch (630A)
M06S - Solid-insulated Earth-screened metering unit
M06A - Air-insulated metering unit
VTM/VTP - Voltage transformer units
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
In
Ith
A
kA
42
95
630*
21kA x 3s
25kA x 2s
20kA x 4s
Metering panel - M06S
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Buildings, mining and public distribution
 Network protection - Sepam or MiCOM
 Intelligent networks - Remote management
 3 sided protection: 21kA/1s, A-FL
 4 sided protection: 21kA/1s, A-FLR
Protection Index
3 in 1 integrated core
units
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and monitoring
Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Loss of service continuity class: LSC2A
Units in switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
Shielded Solid Insulation System
The whole main circuit is solid insulated with epoxy or EPDM and the surface is covered by a screen connected to the Earth.
This ensures the switchboard is insensitive to harsh environments (humidity, dust, pollution, etc.) and maintenance free.
Enhanced Safety
Premset switchgear is the safest and most intuitive
switchgear in its class. Safety improvements include:
 A 3-in-1 design allowing breaking, disconnection, and
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Earthing functions to be all integrated into a single
compact three-position device, making it simpler and
easier to operate
Positively driven built-in failsafe interlocks
Live cable interlock preventing Earthing of live cables
Integrated cable test device, interlocked with the Earth
switch (no need to enter cable box or disconnect cable
terminations)
Direct Earthing of downstream cables
Solid Insulation System
* Please contact us for higher ratings.
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Secondary Distribution Switchgear
Outdoor Premset
Compact modular secondary switchgear
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Overview
Outdoor Premset is a range of compact (375mm wide), SF6-free, shielded solid insulated fixed switchgear up to
13.8kV. It is the safest MV switchgear in its class, combining Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS) with extreme
compactness, complete modularity and an easy to use 3-in-1 architecture.
Functional units:
Outdoor Premset
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SV6 - General purpose disconnecting switch (630A)
SH6 - Heavy-duty disconnecting switch (630A)
CV2 - MV/LV transformer protection disconnecting circuit breaker (200A)
CV6 - General protection disconnecting circuit breaker (630A)
CH6 - Heavy-duty line protection disconnecting circuit breaker (630A)
MV6 - Solid-insulated Earth-screened metering unit
VTM/VTP - Voltage transformer units
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Outdoor Premset
switchboard
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
38
95
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
630*
21
12
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Utilities, buildings, mining and public distribution
 Network protection - Sepam or MiCOM
 Intelligent networks - remote management and
 Outdoor substation installation: 21kA/1s A-F
Outdoor Premset
switchboard
7.2
 Indoor substation installation:
21kA/1s A-F when installed against a wall.
21kA/1s A-FLR (*) when installed with top exhaust.
13.8
monitoring
Protection Index
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Shielded Solid Insulation System (2SIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Loss of service continuity class: LSC2A
All external faces of the switchgear: IP54
Between compartments: IP2X
(*) Consult Schneider Electric for availability.
Cable testing device
Outdoor Premset switchboards are fitted with a dedicated cable testing device that greatly increases safety during cable
testing. Cable testing can be carried out without accessing the cable box (cables remain connected) and without touching the
cable terminations. Test device can be connected, prior to removing the Earth link, improving safety for the operator.
Enhanced Safety
Premset switchgear is the safest and most intuitive
switchgear in its class. Safety improvements include:
 A 3-in-1 design allowing breaking, disconnection,
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and Earthing functions to be all integrated into a
single compact three-position device, making it
simpler and easier to operate
Positively driven built-in failsafe interlocks
Live cable interlock preventing Earthing of live cables
Integrated cable test device, interlocked with
the Earth switch (no need to enter cable box or
disconnect cable terminations)
Direct Earthing of downstream cables
Direct access to
cable conductor
Double isolating gap
during testing
* Please contact us for higher ratings.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Secondary Distribution Switchgear
SM6-24
Modular secondary distribution switchgear
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Overview
The SM6-24 comprises modular units containing fixed or withdrawable metal-enclosed sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) or
vacuum switchgear, with a service voltage up to 24kV / 1250A.
SM6-24 includes a wide range of functional units to meet secondary distribution application needs.
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DM1-A
IM - 630A load break/fault make switch
QM - 200A fuse-switch combination
DM1 - SF6 630/1250A circuit breaker SF1
DMV - vacuum 630/1250A circuit breaker Evolis
CRM - Rollarc 400 or 400D contactor
CVM - vacuum contactor
GBC - medium voltage metering
NSM - 630A auto-changeover
Electrical characteristics (SM6-24)
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
7.2
12
17.5
24
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
20
60
28
75
38
95
50
125
In
Ith
A
kA/1s
Switch-disconnector
12.5
16
20
25
630 - 1250
400 - 630 - 1250
630 - 1250
630 - 1250
630 - 1250
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Commercial, industrial, mining and public distribution
 Network protection – Sepam or MiCOM
 Intelligent networks - remote management and
 Standard: 12.5kA/1s, A-FL
 Optional: 12.5kA/1s, A-FLR
16kA/1s, A-FL and A-FLR
20kA/1s, A-FL and A-FLR
in accordance with AS 62271-200
monitoring
Protection index
SF1 circuit breaker
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Air insulated switchgear (AIS)
Class: PI (insulating partition)
Loss of service continuity class: LSC2A
Units in switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
Cubicle: IK08
New internal arc classification
The enhanced SM-24 panels have an upwards exhaust tunnel up to 20kA/1s.
SM6
Installation of an SM6 24kV switchboard installed in the middle of the room.
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Secondary Distribution Switchgear
SM6-36
Modular secondary distribution switchgear
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Overview
The SM6-36 comprises modular units containing fixed or withdrawable metal-enclosed sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) or
vacuum switchgear with a service voltage up to 36kV / 630A.
SM6-36 includes a wide range of functional units to meet secondary distribution application needs.
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IM - 630A load break/fault make switch
QM - 630A fuse-switch combination
DM1 - SF1 630A circuit breaker
GBC - medium voltage metering
NSM - 630A auto-changeover
Electrical characteristics
DM1-A
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
kV
36
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
70
170
In
Ith
A
kA/1s
25
20
16
630 - 1250
1250
630 - 1250
630 - 1250
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Commercial, industrial, mining and public distribution
 Network protection – Sepam or MiCOM
 Intelligent networks - remote management and
 3 side protection: 16kA/1s, A-FL
QM
Ur
In accordance with AS 62271-200
monitoring
Protection index
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Air insulated switchgear (AIS)
Class: PI (insulating partition)
Loss of service continuity class: LSC2A
Units in switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
Visibility of main contact and analogue manometer
SM6-36 is now available with a viewing window for visibility of the main contact and an analogue manometer to monitor
SF6 pressure.
Manometer
Viewing window
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Secondary Distribution Switchgear
DVCAS
Modular secondary distribution switchgear for wind farms
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Overview
DVCAS is an indoor, modular gas insulated switchgear (GIS) intended for the MV section of compact MV/LV substations
for wind application, with a service voltage up to 36kV / 630A. The busbar system is interconnected between functions by
means of single-phase coupling bushings made of screened elastomeric insulation.
Extensibility
 RE – right side extensible
 LE – left side extensible
 DE – double extensible
Functional units
DVCAS
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I – switch disconnector
D – circuit breaker protection for transformer
O – direct bus connection
T – Earthing disconnector
DB – double cable connection
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
DVCAS
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
36
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
70
170
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
20
630
630
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Wind farms
 Prefabricated MV/LV substations - KPX
 Intelligent networks - remote management and
 3 side protection: 20kA/1s, A-FL
in accordance with AS 62271-200
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monitoring
 Network protection – Sepam S10/VIP 4X
Protection index
Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Tank: IP67
Switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
Sepam Series 10 Protection Relay
Protects against phase to phase faults and Earth faults, capable of detecting Earth faults from 0.2 A. Communication
option available. Simple to install and setup without the need of a computer.
Sepam 10
I
0
D
VIP
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
RM6
Ring main unit for secondary distribution applications
Overview
RM6 is an indoor, compact gas insulated switchgear (GIS) intended for the MV section of compact MV/LV substations
and customer distribution substations, with a service voltage up to 24kV / 630A.
RM6 range includes a number of compact and modular functional units for secondary distribution needs.
RM6 Free Combination is a new range extension and allows a higher configuration flexibility of switchboards to meet all
needs:
Compact 3 Function RM6
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Free choice of functions and options
Compatible with standard RM6 offer
Tanks including 2 to 3 free choice functions
More economical compared to several single extension function in line.
Functional units
Extended RE-II - DE-BC DE-Mt - DE-D configuration
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Extensibility
I – switch disconnector
Q – fuse-switch combination
D – 200A circuit breaker
B – 630A circuit breaker
Mt – MV metering
IC – network coupling with switch disconnector
BC – network coupling with circuit breaker
O – direct busbar connection
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NE – non-extensible
RE – right side extensible
LE – left side extensible
DE – double extensible
2.0
Electrical characteristics (RM6)
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
17.5
24
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38
95
50
125
630
25
630
21
21
12.5
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Deg C
A
A
A
A
40
630
400
630
200
45
575
400
575
200
A
kA/1s
kA/3s
Rated current at elevated ambient temperature
In
Ith
Busbar 630A
Busbar 400A
Functions I,O,B with C bushing
Functions D with C or B bushing
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
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 3 side protection: 20kA/1s, A-FL
in accordance with AS 62271-200
Protection index
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2
400
16
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16
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50
515
400
515
200
55
460
400
460
200
630
20
20
60
425
425
200
Commercial, industrial, mining and public distribution
Prefabricated MV/LV substations - KPX
Network automation – ATS 1/2
Remote management and monitoring (Easergy T200)
Network protection – Sepam S10/VIP 4X
Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Tank: IP67
Switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
700 possible combinations for RM6 Free Combination 2 or 3 functions
Possible combinations of RM6 2 functions
2nd function
1st function
I
B
D
Q
O
I
B
D
Q
O
Possible combinations of RM6 3 functions
Type of tank:
 NE: non-extensible
 RE: extensible to the right
 LE: extensible to the left
 DE: extensible to the right
and left.
3rd function
2nd function
1st function
I
B
D
Q
O
I
B
D
Q
O
I
B
D
Q
O
Ic*
Bc*
(*) Possible only when RM6 is RE or DE.
Consult Schneider Electric for availability.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Ring Main Unit (RMU)
FBX
Ring main unit for secondary distribution applications
Overview
FBX is an indoor, compact sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) insulated ring main unit for secondary distribution applications with
a service voltage up to 24kV / 630A.
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FBX range includes a number of compact and modular functional units for secondary distribution needs.
FBX-C Version (compact)
 2 ,3 or 4 functions
FBX-E Version (extensible)
 1, 2 ,3 or 4 functions
FBX
2.0
Functional units
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C – feeder with switch disconnector
T1 – feeder with switch disconnector and fuses
T2 – feeder with vacuum circuit breaker
R – direct incoming
Sb – busbar switch disconnector
RE - busbar riser with Earthing switch
CB- outgoing feeder with vacuum circuit breaker
M – metering panel
Electrical characteristics
FBX-C in MV/LV
substation
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
17.5
24
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38 (42)
95
50
125
In
Ith
A
kA/1s
16 / 21 / 25*
630 / 1250*
16 / 21
16 / 21
kA/3s
16 / 21
16 / 21
16 / 21
*please consult Schneider Electric
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Commercial, industrial, mining and public distribution
 Prefabricated MV/LV substations
 Remote management and monitoring (Easergy T200)
 3 side protection: 20kA/1s, A-FL
in accordance with AS 62271-200
Protection index
FBX with fuse protection
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Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Tank: IP67
Switchboard: IP2X (option: IP33)
Between compartments: IP2X
Simple erection and assembly
The extension is a very simple process thanks to:
 The A-link device used to connect the busbars of two cubicles.
Variations in positioning are compensated by fixed, spherical
contacts and mobile couplings that can be adjusted axially and
radially.
 Highly secure dielectric seals made with silicone insulating
conical connectors adapted to the electrical voltage. The
assembly of the insulating connectors is maintained by a
mechanical force generated by:
 Integrated guiding pins for the correct alignment of the cubicles
 An assembly by bolts secured by mechanical stops.
During the assembly of an extension cubicle, an additional space
of at least 450 mm is necessary to allow for handling.
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A-Link
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Ring Main Unit (RMU)
Flusarc 36
Ring main unit for secondary distribution applications
Overview
Flusarc 36 is a sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) insulated ring main unit for secondary distribution applications with a service
voltage up to 36kV / 630A. It is available for both indoor and outdoor uses, in compact and modular versions.
Flusarc 36 range includes a number of compact and modular functional units for secondary distribution needs.
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Functional units
Flusarc 36
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C – feeder with switch disconnector
T1 – feeder with switch disconnector and fuses
R – direct incoming
CB – outgoing feeder with vacuum circuit breaker
Electrical characteristics
Ur
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
*please consult Schneider Electric
**with external busbar solution
Outdoor Version
kV
36
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
70
170
In
Ith
A
kA/1s
2.0
630 / 1250**
16 / 20*
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Commercial, industrial, mining and public distribution.
 Intelligent networks - remote management and
 3 side protection: 20kA/1s, A-FL
In accordance with AS 62271-200
monitoring (PACiS)
 Protection unit - VIP400/VIP410
Protection index
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Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Tank: IP67
Switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP3X
The disconnector’s
three positions are:
Flusarc 36
a. service position
b. isolated position
c. Earthing position
(in this condition it is
possible to access the
cables compartment,
in order to carry
out maintenance
or to install cables
themselves)
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Ring Main Unit (RMU)
Ringmaster C
Ring main unit for secondary distribution application
Overview
Ringmaster is an outdoor, compact gas insulated switchgear (GIS) intended for the MV section of compact MV/LV
substations with a service voltage up to 13.8kV / 630A.
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Ringmaster range includes a number of compact and modular functional units for secondary distribution needs.
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RN2C
RN2c – 200A non-extensible ring main unit
RE2c – 200A extensible ring main unit
RN6c – 630A non-extensible ring main unit
MU2 – 200A feeder metering unit
CN2 – 200A non-extensible circuit breaker
SN6 – 630A non-extensible switch
CE2 – 200A extensible circuit breaker
CE6 – 630A extensible circuit breaker
SE6 – 630A extensible switch
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
13.8
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
20
75
28
95
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
200 - 630
-
630
200 - 630
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Outdoor harsh environments: mining, oil and gas,
 3 side protection: 21kA/1s, A-FLR (gas enclosure only)
Ringmaster C
16
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Protection index
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Air insulated switchgear (AIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Tank: IP67
Switchboard: IP54
Between compartments: IP2X
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industry.
Prefabricated MV/LV substations – KPX
Network automation – ATS 1/2
Remote management and monitoring (Easergy T200)
Network protection – Sepam S10/VIP
Sepam Series 10 Protection Relay
Protects against phase to phase faults and Earth faults; capable of detecting Earth faults from 0.2 A. Communication
option available. Simple to install and set up without the need of a computer.
50/51
50N/51N
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Primary Distribution Switchgear
PIX Compact with Roll On Floor Circuit Breaker
Compact modular primary distribution switchgear
Overview
PIX with roll on floor circuit breaker design provides an easy rack-in/rack-out option without the need for a separate
breaker trolley, while offering all the features of the standard PIX family up to 17.5kV/2500A.
There are four different panel variants:
 CB - feeder panel with HVX circuit breaker and optional voltage transformer (≤1250A)
 BC CB - busbar section coupler panel with HVX circuit breaker and optional current transformer and Earth switch
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(2000/2500A)
 RMT - busbar riser panel with optional voltage transformer
 MT BBE - busbar metering panel with voltage transformer and busbar Earth switch
Electrical characteristics
PIX Compact roll
on floor
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
17.5
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38
95
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
2500
25/31.5/40
2500
25/31.5/40
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Public distribution
 Network protection - Sepam, MiCOM or Gemstart
 Intelligent networks - remote management and
 4 sided protection: 40kA/1s, A-FLR
in accordance to AS62271-200
monitoring
Protection index
Roll on Floor circuit
breaker
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Air insulated switchgear (AIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Loss of service continuity class: LSC2B
Units in switchboard: IP4X*
Compact design
Compact dimensions start with a 600mm wide cubicles for ratings up to 1250A and 800mm wide cubicles for ratings up
to 2500A, up to 17.5kV.
Standard ground plan for PIX Compact
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Air Insulated Vacuum Switchgear
PIX 36
Overview
Whether you generate, distribute or use electric power-in today’s economic climate, you need a cost effectivesolution
which is reliable, safe and easy to use.
PIX36 has been optimized for the primary distribution range up to 36 kV/26.3 kA/2000A. It is equipped with Vacuum
Circuit Breaker. The fully metal clad design makes this product robust for allapplications. It offers space saving and
complies strictly with the latest IEC standards. Safety is the number one priority.
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PIX 36
Internal Arc tested upto 31.5 kA/0.1 sec and 31.5 kA/1 sec for AFLR - PM with loss of service continuity-LSC (2B).
All operations with doors closed, including racking in/out of breaker.
Use of earthed automatic shutters ensuring operator safety.
Designed for Classes S1, E2, M2, C2.
Fully type test as per IEC standards.
Interrupters completely insensitive to adverse environmental conditions, achieved by the latest concept of solid
encapsulation.
 With a compact width of 1000 mm, it offers savings on space & civil costs.
 All necessary positive interlocks installed, as per IEC guidelines.
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Electrical characteristics
Rated Voltage
Rated Continuous Current
Rated Frequency
Rated Interrupting Current
Rated Making Current
Rated Short Time Current
Operating Duty
Applicable Standards
Power Frequency Withstand Voltage
Impulse Withstand Voltage
Degree of Protection IP4X as per
Type Of Mechanism
Rated Single Capacitor Bank
Rated Cable Charging Current
Rated Line Charging Current
Main characteristics
Applications
 Partition Metallic (PM): It is provided with metallic
PIX 36 Can be used in a wide range of applications
including
shutters and partitions between adjacent compartments.
 Loss of Service Continuity (LSC) - 2B:Service of the
main busbar and the cable compartment are ensured
when normal maintenance operations are carried out
in one of the compartments of the main circuit
(example circuit breaker compartment)
 Internal Arc Classification (IAC) - AFLR: It is
Accessible from Front, Lateral and Rear with one
second durationin all compartments.
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upto 36kV
upto 2500 A
50 Hz
upto 26.3 kA
upto 66 kAp
upto 26.3 kA for 3 sec
O-0.3 sec-CO-3min-CO
IEC 62271-100 / 200 & IEC 62271-1
70 kV
170 kVp
IEC 60529
Motor charged, Stored energy, Spring operated
400A
25A
10A
 Industries
 Utilities
 Oil and Gas
 Power Plants
 Mining and Metals
 Infrastructure
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Outdoor Vacuum Circuit Breakers
PCOB
Overview
World leader in vacuum interrupter technology Schneider Electric’s outdoor circuit breaker PCOB 36 is most suited for
medium voltage distribution networks and industrial applications.
PCOB 36 incorporates a minimum of moving parts, ensuring a high degree of reliability. The form AM mechanism has
undergone exhaustive mechanical, laboratory and field endurance testing. The inclusion of high performance, robust
vacuum interrupters in the system rapidly increase its acceptance in medium voltage electrical distribution networks. The
PCOB 36 is suitable for all switching duties that occur in distribution systems.
PCOB 36 breakers are fully type-tested and conform to IEC 62271-100. The circuit breaker can be operated from both
remote and local positions as well as electrically and manually for closing and tripping.
PCOB36
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Live-tank circuit breaker technology
Choice of porcelain or epoxy insulator for pole
Upto 36 kV, 25 kA, 2000A
High-speed auto-reclosing at maximum breaking capacity
Circuit breakers are type tested to IEC and IS standards
Lower total cost of ownership due to minimal maintenance and small footprint
Simple, time saving installation
Electrical characteristics
Rated Voltage
Rated Power Frequency Withstand Voltage
Rated Lightning Impulse Withstand Voltage
Rated Frequency
Rated Short Time Withstand Current
Rated peak withstand current
Rated continous current
Degree of Protection
Standards
Operating Sequence
Weight
Pole Material
36kV
70/75 kV
170 kVp
50/60 Hz
25 kA - 3 sec
1250/1600/2000 A
IP55
IEC62271-100
O-0.3S-CO-3min-CO
400Kg
Porcelain1
Main characteristics
Applications
 Extremely reliable because of the low energy and
PCOB 36can be used for over a wide of applications and
segments
 Minimum maintenance with long life expectancy
 Industries
 Breaker suitable for out of phase duty
 Utilities
 Reduced probability of moisture ingress thanks to
 Oil and Gas
uniquely designed vacuum interrupters.
double lip sealing gaskets
 Suitable for heavily polluted atmosphere
 High quality operating rod with increased creepage
and strength
 Power Plants
 Mining and Metals
 Infrastructure
 Eco- friendly design - no oil, SF6 or toxic material
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Primary Distribution Switchgear
VOX
SF6 outdoor circuit breaker for outdoor switchyard
Overview
VOX is a sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) insulated vacuum circuit breaker intended for use in medium voltage outdoor
switching yards up to 38kV / 2000A.
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Main characteristics
Applications
Classification
 Outdoor switching yards
 Protection of transformers
 Protection of capacitors
 Mechanical endurance: 10000 CO or 20 years
 Electrical endurance: 10000 CO at rated nominal current
In accordance with IEC 62271-100
VOX
EPDM polymer bushings
The bushings are designed with an electric conducting part made of copper, which is insulated with EPDM polymer.
EPDM bushings allow a good resistance against mechanical or electrical shock. Their high mechanical strength reduces
the risk of damage during handling and installation or maintenance. The EPDM polymer also offers the advantage over
porcelain that small projectiles and other minor shocks do not cause any chipping. This flexibility also gives them a high
resistance to vandalism or accidental damage, and their generally inert properties make them ideal for severe climatic
and pollution conditions.
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Busbar terminals
Vandal-proof EPDM bushings
Stainless steel tank - SF 6 filled
Vacuum interrupter
Bellows
Aluminium enclosure
Gland plate
Trip / close mechanical push-buttons
Circuit breaker with spring charging mechanism
CT cover (CT covers on all 6 bushings)
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Primary Distribution Switchgear
CBR
SF6 outdoor circuit breaker for railway applications
Overview
CBR is an outdoor pole-mounted single-phase circuit breaker for railway applications, based on the combination of
vacuum switching together with low-pressure gas insulation technology. All pole components are mounted inside a fully
welded stainless steel tank providing a sealed-for-life gasket-free enclosure. CBR is available in one-pole or two-pole
versions. The two-pole version is for the double supply system catenary + feeder. A load-switch (SDR) is also available.
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Two-pole CBR
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated current
Breaking capacity
Short circuit making current
Ur
kV
27.5
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
95
250
In
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kA rms
kA/3s
lth
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1250/2000
25
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Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Railways
 Mechanical and electrical endurance at 2000A:
10000 operations
 IEC Standards: 62271-100, 60376, 60529, 60694, 60815
 CBR is manufactured in Schneider Electric’s ISO 9001,
14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified workshops
Located at the bottom of the pole, the control cabinet monitors the following functions:
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indication of circuit breaker position
indication of capacitor charge (closing)
operation counter
control interface
local or remote operation.
Pole design
The poles of the CBR are based on gas insulated switchgear (GIS) technology, which ensures near maintenance-free
switchgear and is suitable for harsh environmental conditions.
One-pole CBR
Control cabinet
CBR installation
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Outdoor Housing
Enclosures
Overview
As a market leader in outdoor enclosures, Schneider Electric can provide housing
solutions for modular switchgear (SM6), ring main units (RM6) and power factor correction
applications. Distributed from our Transformer Solutions factory, these enclosures protect
and extend the life of the electrical equipment. Available in mild steel, stainless steel and
marine grade aluminium, Schneider Electric is able to supply the right enclosure for
your application.
Modular switchgear application
This photograph shows a typical HV intake substation, where SM6 is installed within
an outdoor enclosure. The photograph also illustrates a meter box on the outside
where the Supply Authority mount its kWh meters to monitor power consumption. This
arrangement is sold in most Australian states and territories and is available in 4 to
13-way configurations.
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Ring main unit application
This photograph shows a RM6 switching station in an outdoor enclosure and is available
in 2 to 6-way configurations. The RM6 / outdoor enclosure combination is popular with all
market sectors, as it provides a compact switching arrangement at a cost-effective price.
Power factor correction application
This photograph depicts a special stainless steel enclosure for mining applications. It
contains capacitor banks for power factor correction and Rollarc contactors.
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Electrical Houses
E-House Solutions
Transformer and prefabricated substations
Overview
E-house Solutions integrate major power and control equipment into
prefabricated buildings.
Incorporated inside an E-House are switchgear, transformers, motor control, HVAC,
lighting and security for all business operations. Schneider Electric can provide civil,
mechanical and electrical expertise to custom fabricate E-Houses that are easy to install
and maintain.
Main characteristics
Modular design
E-Houses are adapted to local and industrial conditions.
E-Houses are flexible in design and can be upgraded with rear access doors, expandable
walls, space saving design and are stackable, with a robust construction.
Safety & quality
Every E-House is pre-assembled in a controlled environment, ensuring personal safety.
Easily integrated, they provide maximum protection for equipment and are
environmentally friendly.
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Reduced costs
Your E-House will reduce the costs of your on-site construction and electrical equipment
installations. All equipment is pre-installed, tested and ready to use when it is delivered.
E-House delivered onsite
Design considerations
 Site area limitations
 MV / LV segregation
 HVAC heat loadings and locations
 Switchgear positioning – heat distribution
 Pad mount systems / ductings / return air flow
 Split system mountings
 Lighting and emergency lighting – internal and external
 2 hr fire ratings – wall, floor, etc.
 Cabling considerations – e.g. transformer locations
 Ongoing maintenance – access to replace equipment
 Pressurisation – use of airlocks
 Allowances for future equipment
 Building Code of Australia – e.g. egress paths and exits
 Australian Standards – e.g. AS3000 = 600mm clearance
 All stakeholders – e.g. operators, local shire
Applications
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Mobile Substation
Heavy Industry
MMM (mine mineral metal)
Oil and gas
Primary Substations
Railway
Lifecycle
Remote equipment
View all equipment in real time
Receive instant problem notification
Analyse and improve energy efficiency
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Extensive support services
One point of contact
Project management – from conception to
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Consultation and maintenance services
Optimisation of costs
Reduced installation time
Complete safety of operation
Total service over the lifetime of the installation.
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Electrical Houses
E-House Solutions
Transformer and prefabricated substations
Product information
Typical equipment that can be included in an E-House include:
Electrical distribution products
LV/MV switchgear, MCC, metering, protection and transformers (liquid immersed and drytype).
Automation and control products
Motor control and protection, variable speed drives and soft starters, control and signalling
components, pressure and vacuum switches, position sensors, components for machine
safety, automation, software,HMI and SCADA.
Installation and wiring products
Switches and outlets, cable management systems, wiring accessories, industrial
switchgear and lighting.
E-House with heat loading redundancy
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Critical power products
UPS, AC/DC batteries and chargers.
IT infrastructure products
Data racks, network switches.
Building services
HVAC systems and controls, security and surveillance, access control, supervisory
software.
Project engineering and management
Project management, Australian Standards compliance, logistics.
Services
Installation, pre-commissioning, maintenance, spare parts, training.
E-House for the Water Industry
with Motorpact Soft Starters
Customer benefits
Customised and scalable
Your E-House will be customised to the specific power and environmental needs of your
project. The panel design makes it easily adaptable for the equipment layout you require,
and simplifies any future expansion.
Reduce your costs
Your E-House will reduce the costs of on-site construction and electrical equipment
installations. All equipment is pre-installed, tested and ready to use when it is delivered.
Save time
As you no longer have to worry about the logistics of constructing an electrical building on
site, considerable time savings will be made on your project. E-Houses are pre-assembled
and tested in the factory before shipment, saving on-site commissioning costs and time.
Better use of space
Our E-House solutions save space compared to block buildings, giving you more options
for efficient positioning. Have easier access to electrical equipment without the need for
additional building space
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GIS-Type Metal-Enclosed Switchgear
CBGS-0
Modular primary distribution switchgear
Overview
CBGS-0 is an indoor, metal-enclosed sulphur hexafluoride (SF 6) switchgear with insulated single busbar arrangement
intended for MV the section of HV/MV substations and MV/MV substations, with a service voltage up to 36kV / 1600A.
CBGS-0 includes a wide range of functional units to accommodate primary distribution application needs.
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Line or transformer feeder
Coupling
Riser
Disconnector
Switch disconnector
Auxiliary services
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
CBGS-0
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
24
36
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
50
125
70
170
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
kA/1s
1250 - 2000
630 - 1250 - 1600
630 - 1250
630 - 1250 - 1600
630 - 1250
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
 Public distribution, heavy industry, oil and gas,
 3 side protection: 31.5kA/1s, A-FL
 4 side protection: 31.5kA/1s, A-FLR
in accordance with AS 62271-200
Protection index
CBGS-0
25
31.5
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infrastructure
 Wind farms
 Network protection – Sepam or MiCOM
 Intelligent networks – remote management and
monitoring (PowerLogic SCADA)
Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
Loss of service continuity classes: LSC2A
MV compartment: IP65
Units in switchboard: IP3X (IP4X)
Between compartments: IP2X
Breaking principle
CGBS-0 circuit breakers use the puffer principle with SF6 gas. When the fixed and mobile contacts begin to open, the
piston slightly compresses the gas inside the pressure chamber. The arc strikes between the arcing contacts while the
piston continues its movement.
A small quantity of gas is injected onto the arc through the insulating nozzle. The distance between the two arcing contacts
becomes sufficient for the current to be broken when it reaches the zero point, due to the dielectric properties of gas.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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GIS-Type Metal-Enclosed Switchgear
GMA
Modular primary distribution switchgear
Overview
GMA is an indoor, metal-enclosed sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) switchgear with insulated single busbar arrangement
intended for MV the section of HV/MV substations and MV/MV substations, with a service voltage up to 24kV / 1250A.
GMA includes a wide range of functional units to accommodate primary distribution application needs.
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C - Switch-disconnector with Earthing switch
T1 - Switch-disconnector with fuses and Earthing switch
CB6 - Switch disconnector with circuit breaker (630A) and Earthing switch
CB12 - Disconnector with circuit breaker (1250A) and Earthing switch
BB-VT - Busbar module with plug-in and optional disconnectable VT
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
GMA
6
GMA switchboard
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
17.5
24
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38
95
50
125
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
2500
31.5
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
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 3 side protection: 31.5kA/1s, A-FL
 4 side protection: 31.5kA/1s, A-FLR
In accordance with AS 62271-200
Public distribution, heavy industry, oil and gas, and mining
Marine
Network protection – Sepam, MiCOM or Gemstart
Intelligent networks - remote management and
monitoring (PACiS)
Protection index
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Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
MV compartment: IP65
Units in switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
Efficient, compact and powerful
 GMA switchgear and control gear requires 25% less floor space and 30% less air space than existing gas insulated
switchgear and control gear in the same performance class
 Outgoing switchgear cubicles with currents up to 800A can be designed with a module width of just 450mm
 Incoming switchgear cubicles with currents 1600A up to 2500A are only 800mm wide
 The bus sectionaliser with vacuum circuit breakers of 1600A to 2500A and integrated busbar have a module width
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5
2200
12
10
450
2200
of only 1000mm, and corresponding bus sectionaliser up to 1250A of only 800mm
No gas work at site
Feeder can be changed out of the switchgear row
Screen of busbar system is Earthed (touch-proof)
Simple and fast installation
Busbar CTs can be installed without extra feeder width
2200
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80
600
800
GMA panel dimensions
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
GIS-Type Metal-Enclosed Switchgear
GHA
Modular primary distribution switchgear
Overview
GHA is an indoor, metal-enclosed sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) switchgear with insulated single or double busbar
arrangement intended for MV the section of HV/MV substations, and MV/MV substations with a service voltage up to
40.5kV / 2500A.
GMA includes a wide range of functional units to accommodate primary distribution application needs.
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Circuit breaker panels for incoming and outgoing feeders
Outgoing voltage transformer with isolating device on HV side and transformer Earthing feature
Bus couplers
Bus section couplers with circuit breaker including busbar risers
Bus section couplers and bus couplers with integrated busbar Earthing
Bus risers without switching devices
Bus sectionaliser panels with two/three-position disconnector
Metering panels with current and/or voltage transformer
Electrical characteristics
Single busbar GHA
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
12
17.5
24
36
40.5
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38
95
50
125
70
170
80
185
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
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 3 side protection: 40kA/1s, A-FL
 4 side protection: 40kA/1s, A-FLR
in accordance with AS 62271-200
Protection index
Double busbar GHA
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2500
31.5
6
Public distribution, heavy industry, oil and gas, and mining
Marine
Network protection – Sepam, MiCOM or Gemstart
Intelligent networks – remote management and
monitoring (PACiS)
 Gas density monitoring - IDIS
Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
MV compartment: IP65
Units in switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
B-link
IDIS display for circuit
breaker panel with
single busbar
The busbars of each GHA switchgear panel are installed in separated gas-filled
compartments. They are independent of external environmental influences and integrated
into the insulating gas monitoring system. The connection of the busbars from adjacent
panels is established via our innovative busbar link system: B-link.
Benefits of the B-link system include:
 enabling assembly without gas work on site
 extensions or panel replacements within the panel assembly are possible without gas
handling and without interference in the gas filled compartments
 after disassembly of a B-link system between adjacent panels; an isolating distance can
be established to form separate busbar sections without gas handling
 if necessary, the resistance can be measured separately for each busbar section, for a complete busbar system
or for a panel.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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GIS-Type Metal-Enclosed Switchgear
WI
Modular primary distribution switchgear
Overview
WI is an indoor, metal-enclosed sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) switchgear with insulated single or double busbar
arrangement intended for MV the section of HV/MV substations, and MV/MV substations with a service voltage up to
52kV / 2500A.
WI includes a wide range of functional units to accommodate primary distribution application needs.
WIA (single busbar)
 Circuit breaker panel
 Disconnector panel
 Bus section coupler
WIB (double busbar)
WIA
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Circuit breaker panel
Bus section coupler
Bus coupler (transverse)
Metering panel
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated busbar current
Short-time withstand current
*1-phase or 2-phase version
6
Ur
kV
12
17.5
24
36
52
±27.5*
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38
95
50
125
70
170
95
200
95
250
In
Ith
A
kA/3s
31.5
25
Main characteristics
Applications
Internal arc withstand
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 3 side protection: 40kA/1s, A-FL
in accordance with IEC60298
WIB
40
Protection index
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Gas insulated switchgear (GIS)
Class: PM (metallic partition)
MV compartment: IP65
Units in switchboard: IP3X
Between compartments: IP2X
2500
Public distribution, heavy industry, oil and gas, and mining
Railway
Network protection – Sepam, MiCOM or Gemstart
Intelligent networks – remote management and
monitoring (PACiS)
 Gas density monitoring - IGIS
IGIS
WIR
IGIS is an intelligent
electronic system for
recording temperaturecompensated insulating
gas pressure in gasinsulated medium voltage
switchgear. It is used for
automatic, permanent
monitoring of the insulating
gas pressure during
operation and, if necessary,
for issuing quick signals
to the switchgear and the
control room.
Gas compartment monitoring
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Overhead Distribution Switchgear
N-Series
Recloser
Overview
The N-Series Three-Phase Automatic Circuit Recloser combines state-of-the-art vacuum arc interruption, with integrated
voltage and current measurement. These features are encased in a fully welded and sealed 316 grade stainless steel
tank filled with insulating SF6 gas.
Four models:
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N15 - 15.5kV, 12.5kA, 110kV BIL
N27 - 27kV, 12.5kA, 150kV BIL
N3812 - 38kV, 12.5kA, 170kV BIL
N3816 - 38kV, 16kA, 170kV BIL.
Up to 800A continuous current
10,000 operations
Source-side voltage measurement as standard
Load-side voltage measurement as standard
ADVC COMPACT or ULTRA Controller
N-Series circuit breaker
Main characteristics
ADVC Ultra Flex
Controller
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15kV, 27kV and 38kV options
316 grade stainless steel tank
Fully insulated bushing arrangement
Latest technology vacuum arc interruption
800A continuous current
850A emergency current (8 hours)
Exceptional reliability and service
Applications
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Feeder automatic circuit recloser
Substation automatic circuit recloser
Loop automation
Automatic change-over
Smart grid
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N-Series pole mounted installation
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
N-Series substation installation
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Overhead Distribution Switchgear
U-Series
Recloser
Overview
U-Series Three-Phase pole-mounted Automatic Circuit Recloser uses the latest technology in solid dielectrics, vacuum
interruption and insulants. A 316 grade stainless steel enclosure protects the mechanism against the environment. The
U-Series is rated up to 27kV, rated load current 630A and rated interrupting current 12.5kA.
Two models:
 U15 - 15.5kV, 12.5kA, 110kV BIL
 U27 - 27kV, 12.5kA, 125kV BIL.
Up to 630A continuous current
10,000 operations
Source-side voltage measurement as standard
Load-side voltage measurement optional
ADVC COMPACT or ULTRA Controller
U-Series circuit breaker
ADVC Ultra Flex
Controller
Main characteristics
Applications
 15kV and 27kV options
 316 grade stainless steel tank
 Latest technology in solid dielectric and vacuum arc
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interruption
I-terminal current and voltage measurement
Optional X-terminal voltage measurement
630A continuous rated current
Mechanical lockout
Feeder automatic circuit recloser
Substation automatic circuit recloser
Loop automation
Automatic change-over
Smart grid.
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U-Series pole mounted installation
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U-Series substation installation
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Overhead Distribution Switchgear
W-Series
Recloser
Overview
W-Series Single-Phase SWER Recloser provides automation and remote control on one phase. The W-Series is rated up
to 24kV, rated load current 400A and rated interrupting current 6kA.
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Up to 400A continuous current
10,000 operations
Source-side voltage measurement as standard
Load-side voltage measurement optional
ADVC COMPACT or ULTRA controller
Main characteristics
W-Series circuit breaker
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24kV phase to ground
316 grade stainless steel tank
Single Phase applications
SWER (single wire Earth return) applications
400A continuous rated current
Applications
 SWER recloser
 Smart grid
ADVC COMPACT
Controller
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W-Series pole mounted installation
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Overhead Distribution Switchgear
ADVC Controller Range
Pole-mounted controller
Overview
The ADVC Controller Range offers advanced protection, measurement, diagnostic and communication features in a
reliable package. Designed around the user, the new controller range offers flexibility and choice. Users have a choice of
two cubicle sizes (ULTRA and COMPACT) and two operator interfaces (flexVUE and setVUE).
All the protection, monitoring, communication, diagnostic and automation features are included as standard in all models.
ADVC Ultra Flex
Controller
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ULTRA - large 316SS controller cubicle with two accessory mounting areas
COMPACT - smaller 304SS controller cubicle with one accessory mounting area
flexVUE - interface with 20 configurable status lamps and 12 quick action keys
setVUE - large 4 x 40 LCD with familiar menu-driven operation
Power supply options
 110/240V a.c.
 Integrated VT
 DC
Accessories
 8 x input, 8 x output interface
 Fast trip/close input interface
ADVC COMPACT
Controller
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SetVUE
Main characteristics
Applications
Choice of two operator interfaces, flexVUE or setVUE
Choice of two cubicles, COMPACT or ULTRA
IP65 rated protection for electronics
RS232, RS485, V23 and 10Base-T Ethernet
communication ports
 Temperature range down to -40°C
 DNP3, IEC 60870-5-101/104 and other protocols
 Stainless steel enclosure.
Automatic reclosing protection relay for Medium Voltage
feeder applications. ADVC Controller Range interfaces to
the following switchgear:
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N-Series
U-Series
W-Series
RL-Series.
Custom Menu
With the Custom Menu features it is possible to nominate frequently used data field to appear in a dedicated scrolling
menu. This new feature provides field operators with easy access to essential data, such as demand and system
information when they open the controller door. It is also possible to access the entire engineering menu if required.
Custom Logic Tool (CLT)
FlexVUE
Custom Logic Tool is used to customise system status indication via LEDs, enhance reporting via protocol and even allow
the user to create their own control and automation functions in medium voltage overhead networks.
Distance to fault calculation
Based on line impedance, pre-fault and steady-state fault values the controller and calculates the distance from the
recloser installation to the fault on the network. This information (in kilometres or miles) is used by the utility to despatch
line crews more efficiently during network fault conditions.
Sync Check
Bringing co-generation online in medium voltage networks is now much easier with the Sync Check function available on
the ADVC Controller. By utilising the integrated voltage sensors the Sync Check feature monitors the frequency, voltage
phase, and amplitude on the source and load sides of the tie switchgear. Close operation is blocked when the generator is
out of sync with the network and only allowed once the generator is in sync. The feature significantly improves
network stability.
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Loose Components
Evolis 17.5 and 24
Vacuum circuit breaker
Overview
Evolis is a vacuum circuit breaker intended for use in medium voltage network applications, new installations or
renovation, and provides protection for all types of applications up to 24kV and 2500A.
Evolis circuit breakers are available for different installations including:
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Evolis 17.5 kV fixed,
frontal version
Evolis
Evolis
Evolis
Evolis
Evolis
17.5 fixed frontal version
24 fixed frontal or lateral versions
17.5 withdrawable frontal version
24 withdrawable frontal version
17.5 HP (high-power) withdrawable frontal version.
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Evolis 24 kV fixed,
lateral version
MV connection on the
left hand side
Ur
kV
7.2
12
17.5
24
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
20
60
28
75
38
95
50
125
Ir
A
A
A
A
kA/3s
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■
■
■
−
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
−
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
−
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
−
■
■
■
−
−
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated current
Short-time withstand current
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630
1250
2500
3150
16
25
31.5
40
50
Main characteristics
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Applications
Mechanical endurance: M2 (10000 operations)
Electrical endurance: E2
Capacitive current breaking: C1
In accordance with IEC 62271-100
Protection of:
 public distribution, mining, infrastructure, industry and
commercial
 it provides protection for all types of applications
such as cables, overhead lines, motors, capacitors,
transformers and source busbar sections
 auxiliaries, including shunt trip, undervoltage coil, motor
mechanism, auxiliary switch, operations counter, etc.
Breaking principle
Evolis 17.5 kV
withdrawable, frontal
version in NEX cradle
Evolis circuit breakers use the axial magnetic field (AMF) technique. It involves applying an axial magnetic field parallel
to the axis of the two contacts, which allows a diffuse arc to be maintained even at high current values. The arc energy is
spread over the whole contact surface area, therefore causing very low levels of erosion.
HVX Range Vacuum Circuit breaker
Overview
HVX is latest range of Vacuum Circuit Breakers. It offers a proven state-of-the-art design to meet your specification for
power switching device in air insulated switchgear up to 36kV. HVX brings a valuable solution to your project.
Electrical characteristics
12kV & 36kV
Vacuum Circuit Breaker
Reference standard
Rated voltage
Rated frequency
withstand voltage
Rated impulse withstand
voltage (BIL)
Rated frequency
Rated current
Rated peak current
Rated short time
current (1s - 3s)
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 New most compact, latest technology breaker
IEC 62271-100
kV
12
36
kV
70
28
kV
Hz
up to A
kA
75
50
3150
100
170
50
2500/3150*
62.5
kA
< 40kA
< 31.5kA
which uses the time tested & proven concepts
 Time proven mechanism & interrupter technology.
 3 in 1 pole design of breaker brings consistency for
the parameters & eliminates the variations.
 Air clearance in the busbar chamber with no
sleeving
 Uses solid encapsulation technology making the
performance always same as new, irrespective of
the working environment
 Proven mechanical drive used in thousands of
numbers all over the world
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LF and LFP
SF6 circuit breaker
Overview
LF and LFP are sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) circuit breakers and intended for use in medium voltage network applications,
new installations or renovation and provides protection for all types of applications up to 17.5kV and 5000A.
LF and LFP circuit breakers are available for different installations including:
 LF fixed. Up to 3150A and 50kA breaking current
 LFP fixed. Up to 5000A and 50kA breaking current
 LF withrawable. Up to 3150A and 50kA breaking current.
Electrical characteristics
LF1-LF2-LF3 circuit
breaker fix
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated current
Breaker LF1/LF2/LF3/LFP
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
7.2
12
17.5
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
20
60
28
75
38
95
In
A
A
A
A
A
A
kA/3s
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-/■/■/■
-/■/■/■
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Ith
Breaker LF1/LF2/LF3/LFP
LF circuit breaker
withdrawable
Main characteristics
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Mechanical endurance: M2 (10000 operations)
Electrical endurance: E2
Capacitive current breaking: C2
In accordance with IEC 62271-100
LFP circuit breaker
with support
630
1250
2000
2500
3150
5000
25
31.5
40
50
■/-/■/■/-/■/-/■/■/-/■/■/-
Applications
 Public distribution, mining, infrastructures, industry
and commercial.
 Through their anti-seismic qualification, they are
particularly well suited to nuclear or thermal power
production installations and applications in heavy
industries, such as mining and petrochemical industry.
 Through their compact dimensions and harmonised
range, LF circuit breakers are positioned very favourably
on the retrofit market.
 With self expansion, the breaking technique used in
these circuit breakers (all current types; capacitive and
inductive) can be made or broken without generating
overvoltage, which could damage your installation.
The LF circuit breaker is ideally suited to operating
capacitor banks.
Breaking principle
LF circuit breakers use the SF6 gas self expansion technique. It combines the effect of thermal expansion, with a rotating
arc to create arc blowing and quenching conditions. The result is reduced control energy requirements and arcing contact
erosion, which increases mechanical and electrical endurance.
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SF
SF6 circuit breaker
Overview
SF is a sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) circuit breaker intended for use in medium voltage network applications, new
installations or renovation and provides protection for all types of applications up to 40.5kV and 2500A
SF circuit breakers are available for different installations including:
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SF1 circuit breakers
with a B1 side operating
mechanism
SF1 fixed. Up to 36kV, 1250A and 25kA breaking current
SFset fixed. Up to 24kV, 1250A and 25kA breaking current
SF2 fixed. Up to 40.5kV, 3150A and 40kA breaking current
SF F400 withrawable. Up to 40.5kV, 3150A and 40kA breaking current.
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated current
Breaker SF1/SFset/SF2
Short-time withstand current
SF2 circuit breakers
fixed version
Ur
kV
12
17.5
24
36
40.5
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
28
75
38
95
50
125
70
170
95
185
In
A
A
A
A
A
kA/3s
■/■/-
■/■/■/■/■
■/■/■
■/■/■/■/■/■/-
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Ith
Breaker SF1/SFset/SF2
Main characteristics
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SF F400 circuit breakers
withdrawable version
Mechanical endurance: M2 (10000 operations)
Electrical endurance: E2
Capacitive current breaking: C2
In accordance with IEC 62271-100
400
630
1250
2500
3150
12.5
16
20
25
31.5
40
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Applications
 Public distribution, mining, infrastructure, industry
and commercial.
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 With self expansion, the breaking technique used in
these circuit breakers (all current types; capacitive and
inductive) can be made or broken without generating
overvoltage which could damage your installation.
The LF circuit breaker is ideally suited to operating
capacitor banks.
Breaking principle
SF circuit breakers use the puffer principle with SF6 gas. This method cools and extinguishes the electric arc as it passes
through zero current by puffing a gas compressed by a piston attached to the moving contact. The gas is channeled by an
insulating nozzle towards the tubular arcing contacts that are used as an exhaust.
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Rollarc and CBX
SF6 contactor and vacuum contactor
Overview
Rollarc is a sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) contactor intended for use in frequently operated medium voltage network
applications, new installations or renovation for all types of applications up to 12kV / 400A.
There are two types of Rollarc contactors:
Rollarc contactor basic
version without cradle
The Rollarc R400 and R400D contactors are available in
three versions:
 the R400, with magneting holding
 the R400D, with mechanical latching.
 basic - contactor alone, without the cradle
 fixed - the contactor is mounted on a fixed cradle
 withdrawable - the contactor is mounted on a
withdrawable cradle.
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Rollarc contactor
fixed version
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Lighting impulse withstand
Rated current
Rated current
Breaking capacity
Breaking capacity with fuse
Making capacity
Short-time withstand current
Ur
kV
7.2
12
Ud
Up
50Hz, 1 min (kV rms)
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
20
60
28
60
In
A
kA
kA
kA
kA/3s
10
50
25
10
Ith
Rollarc contactor
withdrawable version
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For more info:
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Catalogue:
NTV120-E
Mechanical endurance (magnetic holding): 300,000 op
Mechanical endurance (mechanical latching): 100,000 op
Electrical endurance: 50 operating cycles at 10,000A
In accordance with IEC 62271-105
 Rollarc is particularly suited to polluted environments
such as mines, cement works, etc.
 Protection and control of MV motors, capacitor banks
and power transformers.
Overview
The CBX is a vacuum contactor for 7.2kV and 12kV applications and is available as a single-phase (CBX3-C) or threephase unit (CBXS3-C). A mechanical interlock between two contactors is available for motor reverser applications. A
withdrawable type of CBX for motor starter cubicles equipped with fuse holders (DIN or BS type) is also available. The
CBX contactor comes with an electronic auxiliary supply (EAS) as standard.
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
CBX Vacuum Contactor
(3-phase)
CBX Vacuum Contactor
Armature
Ur
CBX3-C
kV
 Mechanical endurance: 3 000 000
 Electrical endurance at rated current: 500 000
CBXS3-C
7.2/12
Insulation level
Power frequency withstand
Ud
50Hz, 1min (kV rms)
Lighting impulse withstand
Up
1.2/50 µs (kV peak)
Rated current
Inductive Load
Rated thermal current
A
AC3 duty
A
AC4 duty
A
Maximum motor rating*
kW
Inrush current
KAp
Capacitive Load
Rated operational current
A
Maximum capacitor bank rating
kVAr
Rush current
KAp
Short time withstand current
1s
kA
30s
kA
Peak on 1/2 cycle
kAp
Average chopping current
* DIN fuses for motor application type FD3M available on request
Main characteristics
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Applications
Main characteristics
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Applications
20/28
60/75
400
400
315
5300
10
400
12.5
400
3360/5600
20
4
19
25
2.3
 Process industries
 Mining
4
19
12.5
2.3
 Oil & Gas
 Power Generation
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Fuses
MV fuses
Overview
Schneider Electric fuses provide protection to medium voltage distribution devices from 3 to 36kV from both the dynamic
and thermal effects of short-circuit currents greater than the fuse’s minimum breaking current.
The Schneider Electric range includes fuses for different medium voltage applications.
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Fusarc CF - DIN type up to 250A at 3 to 36kV
Solefuse - UTE type up to 125A at 7.2 to 36kV
MGK - motor applications up to 250A and 7.2kV
Tepefuse - instrument transformer protection
Main characteristics
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Un - rated voltage
In - rated current
I3 - minimum rated breaking current
I2 - critical currents
I1 - maximum rated breaking current
Applications
 Considering their low cost and lack of required
maintenance, medium voltage fuses are an excellent
solution to protect various types of distribution devices.
 Medium voltage current consumers (transformers,
motors, capacitors, etc).
 Public and industrial electrical distribution networks.
Fuse characteristics
Fusarc CF fuses for
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In accordance with IEC 60282-1, it is recommended to replace all three fuses in a three-phase circuit when one of them
has already blown, unless it is certain that there has been no overcurrent in the fuses that have not blown. It is important
to take into account the fact that the striker only acts when the fuse element has blown. However, if the striker has not
been activated, this does not mean that the fuse has not been subject to an overcurrent.
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2
3
4
5
6
Contact caps
Enclosure
Core
Fuse element
Extinction powder
Thermal striker
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Easergy PS100
Backup power supply
Overview
Easergy PS100 is a high-availability power supply, including a battery to ensure uninterrupted operation of the whole
substation in the event of loss of the main supply.
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Battery
PS100
Traditional backup power supplies require a set of 2 or 4 batteries to produce 24V or 48V, with complicated replacement
and adjustment of the battery pack. The PS100 needs only one battery, simplifying replacement. The battery is a
standard sealed lead-acid 12V battery with a 10-year service.
Main characteristics
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Includes a regulated and temperature-compensated charger
Stops the battery before deep discharge
Carries out a battery check every 12 hours
Measures battery ageing
Forwards monitoring information via a Modbus communication port and output relays
The PS100 consists of two parts:
 power supply
 one battery.
Power supply (PS100)
 24V or 48V output
 DIN rail mounting
 RJ45 Modbus communication port
 Diagnostics with LEDs
Battery
12V, 24Ah or 38Ah sealed lead acid battery available
Applications
The PS100 unit supplies backup operating power for:
PS100
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MV switchgear electrical mechanism (motor and coils)
transmission equipment (e.g. radio)
protection relays, fault passage indicators or other IEDs
all other devices in ML/LV substations (LV breakers, PLC concentrator).
Improved availability of MV/LV substations
The PS100 is designed to ride through power network interruptions of up to 48 hours. It is associated with a battery
selected to meet the required backup time. For example, a 38Ah battery provides 12 hours of backup power supply to a
SM6 switchboard including 4 Sepam units.
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Trio Radio
Digital data radio modems
Overview
Trio radios provide secure and reliable wireless communication for municipal water suppliers, oil and gas producers,
electrical utilities and other industries. A powerful Network Management System is available for remote configuration and
monitoring of the entire radio system from any network node and is an essential tool in troubleshooting and preventative
maintenance tasks. Monitoring and control infrastructure can be situated in geographically-dispersed locations, comprised
of a diverse mix of equipment and system architectures, and subject to stringent environmental and safety regulations.
Trio E-Series
Main characteristics
Applications
 Licensed band – 380 to 520 MHz (UHF) - standard and
 Oil and Gas - pipeline monitoring, wellhead production,
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Trio J-series and
K-Series
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Trio M-Series
redundant base/repeater stations
(E-Series, M-Series)
Unlicensed band - 915 MHz/2.4GHz Frequency Hopping
Spread Spectrum (FHSS)
(J-Series, K-Series)
Ethernet and serial connectivity
Point-to-point (PTP) and point-to-multipoint networks
(PTMP)
Network wide diagnostic interrogation which can be
performed from anywhere in the system including any
remote radio
Remote over-the-air configuration of any radio from any
location
Over the air firmware upgrades
FCC, ETSI, ACMA and CSA/ATEX approved
Emergency shut-down (ESD)
 Power Distribution - Integration with RTUs (T200)
and Controllers (ADVC) for substation switching and
fault indication, protection and isolation, transformer
monitoring
 WWW - PLC monitoring (water quality, flow, pressure,
temperature etc..) for sewage treatment, flood
management
Remote diagnostics and network management
Trio radios remote diagnostics and network management features can improve infrastructure costs by combining multiple
vendor applications onto a single radio network in kiosk, substation and pole transformer monitoring applications.
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Trio radio used in pole top
transformer application
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
Easergy T200
Remote monitoring and control unit
Overview
Easergy T200 has been specially designed to meet the needs of customers in managing MV substations, offering
compact and open-ended solutions.
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Easergy T200 I
Management of 1 to 16 switches or circuit breakers
Backup power supply for motorisation, transmission equipment and control unit
High-performance fault current detection
Measurements for better control of the network load
Network reconfiguration automation systems
Communication with the control centre
Monitoring, for local or remote operation
Compatible with any type of SCADA system
Main characteristics
Applications
Switch/circuit breaker monitoring and control
Network automation
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Fault current detection
Automation functions
Voltage or current measurements
Concentration of Modbus communication devices
Data and measurements archives
Backup power supply
1 to 2 Serial ports
1 Ethernet and USB port
 Changeover switch (ACO) - The changeover switch
automation system allows for the automatic control
and management of power supply sources in the MV
secondary distribution network.
 Bus tie coupling (BTA) - Bus tie automation is an
automation system for switching sources between two
incoming lines and a busbar coupling switch.
 Sectionaliser (SEC) - The sectionaliser automation
system opens the switch after a predefined number of
faults during the voltage dip in the reclosing cycle of the
upstream circuit breaker.
 Self-healing grid solution - The self-healing grid solution
is designed for Underground networks featuring open-loop
architectures. By employing simple peer-to-peer
communication and step-by-step reconfiguration, it isolates
the faulted area, automatically restoring power to unaffected
customers in under 30 seconds. This translates to higher
power availability in critical areas, a lower SAIDI value,
and greater customer satisfaction.
T200I with Localized
Enclosure
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Add-on Cards for FPI,
Current and Voltage
monitoring
Features:
 new automation function (genset automation)
 a continuously updated range of protocols includes the main standards IEC 870-5-101, IEC 870-5-104, DNP3, Modbus
and other proprietary protocols, which allows T200 integration into a wide range of existing monitoring and control platforms
 optimum transmission network management via two serial communication ports and an Ethernet port
 wide range of integrated modems, including radio, PSTN, GPRS, GSM and DL
 web interface for monitoring and control.
HV/MV
Pre-fabricated
control cables
MV ring
T200
T200
4-channel
VD 23 Voltage detection relay
Remote control center
Flair 200C
T200
4-channel
T200
Source transfer switch
T200
16-channel
Simulation and Test Kit
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
Easergy Flite/Flair
Fault passage indicators
Overview
Easergy Flite and Easergy Flair are the ranges of phase and Earth fault passage indicators for use in MV overhead and
underground networks.
Easergy Flite and Flair ranges provide products for all the different MV distribution applications.
Easergy Flite - range for overhead
 Flite 110-SA - line-mounted single-phase ammetric fault detection
 Flite 116-SA/G200 - communicating line/pole-mounted ammetric fault detection
G200
Easergy Flair - range for underground
 Flair 21D, 22D, 23D, 23DM - Ammetric fault detection incorporated in the switchgear. Flair 23DM with Modbus serial
communication port
 Flair 219, 279 - wall-mounted ammetric fault detection
 Flair 200C - communicating wall-mounted ammetric
Main characteristics
Flair 2xD
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Ammetric fault detection
Electrical measurements
Concentration of Modbus communication devices*
Data and measurements archives*
Backup power supply*
1 serial port*
1 Ethernet and USB port*
* product specific function, please ref product catalogue for details
Applications
Fault detection
 Ammetric Fault Detection- The Unit Detect Phase-Phase
(Over Current) and Phase to Earth Fault in the MV network.
Units also have line current measurement in the real time
for monitoring of the network load.
 Network Monitor - FPI units provide real time information
for the network monitoring. Faulty section tracking help to
manage and quickly restore the network supply.
A continuously updated range of protocols, including the main standards IEC 870-5-101, IEC 870-5-104, DNP3, Modbus
and other proprietary protocols, allows integration into wide range of existing monitoring and control platforms.
 Reliable MV network fault detection and indication, for
complete peace of mind.
Flite 1xx
 Optimised actions through detailed local or remote
information.
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 Remote network reconfiguration through control units
(GSM, Internet, standard protocols, etc.).
Flair 200C (F200C)
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Feeder Automation: Remote Monitoring and
Control Unit : Saitel DR
Fault passage indicators
Overview
Saitel is a Telvent brand of Remote terminal Units (RTU) with proven robust, reliable and advance solution for data
acquisition, automation and remote control.
Saitel
 HU_A and HU_B : Main Head units as per requirement.
 With or without Onboard IO on main unit
 Add-on Acquisition blocks : DI,DO and AI
 Transducer less AC measurement block
 CATconfig Tool for configuration
 With or without Embedded Web Server
Main characteristics
Applications
MV network Monitoring and Control
Fault detection
 Scalable IO Blocks with main Head Unit
 Secure with embedded encryption engine
 Large Storage capacity
 Cost Effective solution with all advance features
 Freescale(TM)-coldfire(R) MCF-5485 or MCF
 Universal application for Monitoring and control
 Substation automation (RTU)
 Feeder automation unit for MV/MV and MV/LV Substations
 Weather Station / Traffic controller application
 Compact Package Automation Unit
5282 micro controller
 Inbuilt RTC and Battery Backup RAM
 CATconfig Tool for configuration
 GPS Synchronization
 DIN RAIL mount
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
MiCOM C264
Substation control unit
Overview
The MiCOM C264 is the latest generation of modular substation computers. It can act as an
IEC61850 client and server, a powerful Ethernet gateway, a measurement unit and can host fast
automation (FBD) and slow automation (PLC). With its ability to function as a remote terminal unit
(RTU), a bay controller, a data concentrator, a gateway or a voltage regulator, the MiCOM C264
is a compact solution to countless applications installed in demanding electromagnetic conditions.
MiCOM C264 in 40TE
MiCOM C264 in 80TE
Main characteristics
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Applications
40TE/80TE/19” Racks
Flexible I/Os (Digital and analogue)
Direct CT/VT Connection: Measurements/Protection module
IEC 61850 Station Bus communication
IEDs Concentrator with up to 4 serial sub-networks
Upstream SCADA Communication
Built-in Automation
User programmable logic FBD
User programmable PLC Automation with IEC1131-3 Tools
Local LCD display
Energy and Power Quality
Cyber security
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Remote Terminal Unit
Bay Controller Unit
Substation Controller Unit
Sequence of Events Recorder (SOE- SER)
Data Concentrator
Power Quality monitoring
Automatic Voltage Regulator - AVR
Built-in Automation
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Automatic Voltage Regulation
Autoreclose
Synchro check
Load Shedding
MiCOM C264 - Data Concentrator
Shown below is a typical architecture diagram of the C264 acting as a data concentrator with IEC61850 servers.
SCADA
SCADA
IRIG-B/SNTP
Time Synchronisation
DNP3/T101
DNP3/T104IP
GPS
T104IP
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IEC 61850
Station Bus
MODBUS/DNP3/T103
IOs
MODBUS/DNP3/T103
MODBUS
C264 data concentrator architecture
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
Sepam Series Overview
Modular range of numeric protection relays
Overview
With multi-functional Sepam protection relays, you can measure, manage, analyse and produce diagnostics for all
applications in an installation. Range modularity makes it easy to select the relay corresponding exactly to your needs. The
range is structured for typical applications (substations, transformers, generators, capacitors, busbars and motors) and
provides the necessary functions for each application (protection, metering, control and monitoring, etc.). Starting with a
Sepam base unit, complete solutions can be built up by adding input/output modules, sensors and communication modules.
Sepam Series 10
Main characteristics
Applications
Sepam Series 10 - For simple applications
Protection of:
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Cost-effective solution for essential protection functions
Phase and/or Earth-fault currents
Logic discrimination
Up to 7 outputs and 4 inputs
Communication port available on Sepam 10A
Sepam series 20 - For usual applications
Sepam Series 20
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substations incomers and feeders
transformers
motors
busbars
loss of mains
generators
capacitors
Backlit LCD graphic bitmap display
16 inverse time over-current characteristic curves
Easy software setup
Two 86-cycle fault records, last trip fault values and last 64 time-tagged alarms
Self-test diagnostics
Wide range of control power inputs (AC/DC)
Breaker Failure and Cold Load Pick Up functions for S24 and T24
Sepam Series 40 - For demanding applications
Compact case provides standardised dimensions (< 100 mm deep)
Directional over-current protection for dual incomers, couplings and closed-loop feeders
Current and voltage inputs
Setting software with Boolean logic equation assistance
CT/VT and trip circuit supervision
Twenty seconds of fault recording configurable for multiple captures,
detailed history of last 5 trip reports and retention of last 200 time-tagged alarms
 16 RTD inputs
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Sepam Series 60 - For demanding applications
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Sepam Series 40
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Sepam Series 60
Directional over-current protection for dual incomers, couplings and closed-loop feeders
Current and voltage inputs
Setting software with Boolean logic equation assistance
CT/VT and trip circuit supervision
Sixteen seconds of fault recording configurable for multiple captures, detailed history
of last 5 trip reports and retention of last 200 time-tagged alarms
Optional mimic-based display units are available to view a portion of single-line and
phasor diagrams
Battery backup for historical and fault waveform data retention
Synchro-checks module available
16 RTD inputs
28 binary inputs and 16 outputs
Sepam Series 80 - For custom applications
 Standardised dimensions for enhanced protection of incomers/feeders, transformer,
motor, generator, bus,capacitor-bank applications
Differential protection of transformers
Differential protection of motors and generators
Protection for incomers, couplings and important feeders
Expanded logic-equation capabilities
Graphical assistance for setting software
Battery backup for historical and fault waveform data retention
Optional mimic-based display units are available to view a portion of single-line and
phasor diagrams
 42 binary inputs and 23 outputs
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Sepam Series 80
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Sepam Series 10 Selection Guide
Protection for simple applications
Functions
ANSI
code
Protections
Earth-fault protection
Sepam series 10
N
B
A
Standard
50N/51N
Sensitive
High sensitivity
Phase-overcurrent protection
50/51
Thermal overload protection
49RMS
Phase-overcurrent and earth fault protection
cold load pick-up
Logic discrimination
blocking send
68
blocking reception
External tripping
Measurements
Earth-fault current
Phase ts
Peak demand currents
Control and supervision
Circuit breaker tripping and lockout
86
Tripping indication
Trip-circuit supervision
Remote circuit-breaker control
Record of last fault
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Communication
Modbus
IEC 60870-5-103


Inputs/Outputs (number)
Earth-fault current inputs
Phase-current inputs
Logic relay outputs
Logic inputs
Communication port
1
3
-
1
2 or 3
3
-
1
3
7
4
1
 Function available.
 Function availability depends on the Sepam model.
A Sepam Series 10 catalogue number comprises different
elements:
Sepam series 10 X
X
Catalogue numbers
X
X
Range Sepam Series 10
Earth-fault protection
N
B
Phase-overcurrent and Earth-fault protection,
logic inputs and communication port
A
Number of current inputs
1 Earth-fault input
1
2 phase-current inputs + 1 earth-fault input
3
3 phase-current inputs + 1 earth-fault input
4
Sensitivity of earth-fault protection
Standard (0.1…24 Ino) (1)
1
Sensitive (0.01…2,4 Ino) (1)
2
High sensitivity (0.2…24 A and 2…240 A) (2)
3
Replacement parts
Type
Supply voltage
24…125 V d.c. and 100…120 V a.c.
A
110…250 V d.c. and 100…240 V a.c.
E
220…250 V d.c. and high-threshold logic inputs
F
(1) Uses 1 A/5 A sensors.
(2) Uses CSH CTs.
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Type
Sepam Series 10 N 11 A
Sepam Series 10 N 11 E
Sepam Series 10 N 13 A
Sepam Series 10 N 13 E
Sepam Series 10 B 31 A
Sepam Series 10 B 31 E
Sepam Series 10 B 41 A
Sepam Series 10 B 41 E
Sepam Series 10 B 42 A
Sepam Series 10 B 42 E
Sepam Series 10 B 43 A
Sepam Series 10 B 43 E
Sepam Series 10 A 41 A
Sepam Series 10 A 41 E
Sepam Series 10 A 41 F
Sepam Series 10 A 42 A
Sepam Series 10 A 42 E
Sepam Series 10 A 42 F
Sepam Series 10 A 43 A
Sepam Series 10 A 43 E
Sepam Series 10 A 43 F
Model
Phase-overcurrent and Earth-fault protection
Sepam Series 10
CCA 680 set of spare connectors
Core balance CTs
Type
Cat. no
9
Quantity
REL59817
REL59819
REL59818
REL59820
REL59800
REL59801
REL59802
REL59805
REL59803
REL59806
REL59804
REL59807
REL59808
REL59811
REL59814
REL59809
REL59812
REL59815
REL59810
REL59813
REL59816
Cat. no
Quantity
REL59798
Cat. no
Split core balance CTs, dia. 110 mm GO110
Core balance CTs, dia. 120
CSH120
Core balance CTs, dia. 200
CSH200
Quantity
50134
59635
59636
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
Sepam Series 20 Selection Guide
Protection for basic applications
Protection
Phase overcurrent
Phase overcurrent cold load pick-up/blocking
Earth fault / Sensitive Earth fault
Earth fault cold load pick-up/blocking
Breaker failure
Negative sequence / unbalance
Thermal overload
Phase undercurrent
Excessive starting time, locked rotor
Starts per hour
Positive sequence undervoltage
Remanent undervoltage
Phase-to-phase undervoltage
Phase-to-neutral undervoltage
Phase-to-phase overvoltage
Neutral voltage displacement
Overfrequency
Underfrequency
Rate of change of frequency
Recloser (4 cycles)
Thermostat / Buchholz
Temperature monitoring (8 RTDs)
Metering
ANSI code
S20
Substation
S24 (4)
Transformer
T20
T24 (4)
Motor
50/51
CLPU 50/51
50N/51N
50G/51G
CLPU 50/51N
50BF
46
49RMS
37
48/51LR/14
66
27D/47
27R
27
27S
59
59N
81H
81L
81R
79
26/63
38/49T
4
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
M20
Busbar
B21 (3)
B22
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
Phase current I1, I2, I3 RMS, residual current I0
Demand current I1, I2, I3, peak demand current IM1, IM2, IM3
Voltage U21, U32, U13, V1, V2, V3, residual voltage V0
Positive sequence voltage Vd / rotation direction
Frequency
Temperature
Network and machine diagnosis
9
Tripping current TripI1, TripI2, TripI3, TripI0
Unbalance ratio / negative sequence current Ii
Disturbance recording
Thermal capacity used
Remaining operating time before overload tripping
Waiting time after overload tripping
Running hours counter / operating time
Starting current and time
Start inhibit time
Number of starts before inhibition
Cable arcing fault detection
Switchgear diagnosis
Cumulative breaking current
Trip circuit supervision
Number of operations, operating time, charging time
Control and monitoring
ANSI code
Circuit breaker / contactor control (1)
Latching / acknowledgement
Logic discrimination
Switching of groups of settings
94/69
86
68
Annunciation
30
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
Additional modules
8 temperature sensor inputs - MET148-2 module
1 low level analog output - MSA141 module
Logic inputs/outputs MES114/MES114E/MES114F (10I/4O) module
Communication interface ACE949-2, ACE959, ACE937, ACE969TP-2, ACE969FO-2, ECI850
standard, according to parameter setting and MES114/MES114E/MES114F or MET148-2 input/output module options.
(1) For shunt trip unit or undervoltage trip unit.
(2) Exclusive choice between logic discrimination and switching from one 2-relay group of settings to another 2-relay group.
(3) Performs Sepam B20 functions.
(4) Applications S24 and T24 perform the functions of applications S23 and T23 respectively.
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Sepam Series 40 Selection Guide
Protection for demanding applications
Protection
Phase overcurrent
Phase overcurrent cold
load pick-up / blocking
Voltage-restrained overcurrent
Earth fault / Sensitive Earth fault
Earth fault cold load pick-up / blocking
Breaker failure
Negative sequence / unbalance
Directional phase overcurrent
Directional Earth fault
Directional active overpower
Directional reactive overpower
Thermal overload
Phase undercurrent
Excessive starting time,
locked rotor
Starts per hour
Positive sequence undervoltage
Remanent undervoltage
Undervoltage (3)
Overvoltage (3)
Neutral voltage displacement
Negative sequence overvoltage
Overfrequency
Underfrequency
Recloser (4 cycles)
Temperature monitoring
(8 or 16 RTDs)
Thermostat / Buchholz
Broken conductor
Metering
ANSI code
50/51
CLPU 50/51
50V/51V
50N/51N
50G/51G
CLPU 50/51N
50BF
46
67
67N/67NC
32P
32Q/40
49RMS
37
Substation
Transformer
Motor
Generator
S40 S50 S41 S51 S42 S52 S43 S53 S44 S54 T40 T50 T42 T52 M40 M41 G40
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
1
2
4
1
2
1
2
4
1
2
4
1
2
1
2
4
1
2
1
2
4
1
2
1
2
2
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
48/51LR/14
66
27D
27R
27/27S
59
59N
47
81H
81L
79
38/49T
26/63
46BC
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
4
1
Phase current I1, I2, I3 RMS, residual current I0
Demand current I1, I2, I3, peak demand current IM1, IM2, IM3
Voltage U21, U32, U13, V1, V2, V3,
residual voltage V0
Positive sequence voltage Vd / rotation direction
Negative sequence voltage Vi
Frequency
Active, reactive and apparent power P, Q, S
Peak demand power PM, QM, power factor
Calculated active and reactive energy
(±W.h, ±var.h)
Active and reactive energy by pulse counting
(±W.h, ±.varh)
Temperature
Network and machine diagnosis
Tripping context
Tripping current TripI1, TripI2, TripI3, TripI0
Unbalance ratio / negative sequence current Ii
Phase displacement φ0, φ1, φ2, φ3
Disturbance recording
Thermal capacity used
Remaining operating time before overload tripping
Waiting time after overload tripping
Running hours counter / operating time
Starting current and time
Cable arcing fault detection
9
21FL
Fault locator
Start inhibit time, number of starts before inhibition
Switchgear diagnosis
Cumulative breaking current
Trip circuit supervision
Number of operations, operating time, charging time
CT / VT supervision
60FL
Control and monitoring
Circuit breaker / contactor control (1)
Latching / acknowledgement
Logic discrimination
Switching of groups of settings
Annunciation
ANSI code
94/69
86
68
30
Logic equation editor
Additional modules
8 temperature sensor inputs - MET148-2 module (2)
1 low level analog output - MSA141 module
Logic inputs/outputs MES114/MES114E/MES114F (10I/4O) module
Communication interface - ACE949-2, ACE959, ACE937,
ACE969TP-2, ACE969FO-2 , ACE850 TP, ACE850FO or ECI850
standard, according to parameter setting and MES114/MES114E/MES114F or MET148-2 (2) 2 modules possible.
(3) Exclusive choice, phase-to-neutral voltage or phase-to-phase voltage for each
input/output module options.
of the 2 relays.
(1) For shunt trip unit or undervoltage trip unit.
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
Sepam Series 60 Selection Guide
Protection for demanding applications
Substation
Protection
ANSI code S60
Phase overcurrent (1)
50/51
Earth fault / Sensitive Earth fault (1) 50N/51N
50G/51G
Breaker failure
50BF
Negative sequence / unbalance
46
Thermal overload for cables
49RMS
Thermal overload for machines (1) 49RMS
Thermal overload for capacitors
49RMS
9
Transformer
Motor
Generator
Cap.
S62
T60
T62
M61
G60
G62
C60
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
Restricted Earth fault
64REF
Directional phase overcurrent (1)
Directional Earth fault (1)
67
67N/67NC
2
2
2
2
Directional active overpower
Directional reactive overpower
Directional active underpower
32P
32Q
37P
2
2
Phase undercurrent
Excessive starting time, locked
rotor
Starts per hour
Field loss (underimpedance)
Overspeed (2 set points) (2)
Underspeed (2 set points) (2)
Voltage-restrained overcurrent
Underimpedance
37
48/51LR/14
1
1
66
40
12
14
50V/51V
21B
1
1
Undervoltage (L-L or L-N)
Positive sequence undervoltage
Remanent undervoltage
Overvoltage (L-L or L-N)
Neutral voltage displacement
Negative sequence overvoltage
27
27D
27R
59
59N
47
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Overfrequency
Underfrequency
Rate of change of frequency
81H
81L
81R
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
4
Recloser (4 cycles) (2)
Thermostat / Buchholz (2)
Temperature monitoring
(16 RTDs) (3)
Synchro-check (4)
79
26/63
38/49T
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
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Control and monitoring
Circuit breaker / contactor control (2) 94/69
Automatic transfer (AT) (2)
Load shedding / automatic restart (2)
De-excitation (2)
Genset shutdown (2)
Logic discrimination (2)
68
Latching / acknowledgement
86
Annunciation
30
Switching of groups of settings
Adaptation using logic equations
standard, options.
(1) Protection functions with 2 groups of settings.
(2) According to parameter setting and optional MES120 input/output modules.
(3) With optional MET148-2 temperature input modules.
(4) With optional MCS025 synchro-check module.
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Sepam Series 60 Selection Guide
Protection for demanding applications
Substation
Metering
Phase current I1, I2, I3 RMS
Residual current Io, sum Io
Demand current I1, I2, I3
Peak demand current IM1, IM2, IM3
Voltage U21, U32, U13, V1, V2, V3
Residual voltage V0
Positive sequence voltage Vd / rotation direction
Negative sequence voltage Vi
Frequency
S60
S62
Transformer
T60
T62
Motor
M61
Generator
G60
G62
Cap.
C60
Active power P, P1, P2, P3
Reactive power Q, Q1, Q2, Q3
Apparent power S, S1, S2, S3
Peak demand power PM, QM
Power factor
Calculated active and reactive energy (±Wh, ±VARh)
Active and reactive energy by pulse counting (2)
(± Wh, ± VARh)
Temperature (16 RTDs) (3)
Rotation speed (2)
Network and machine diagnosis
Tripping context
Tripping current Trip I1, Trip I2, Trip I3, Trip Io
Phase fault and Earth fault trip counters
Unbalance ratio / negative sequence current Ii
Harmonic distortion (THD)
Current and voltage Ithd, Uthd
Phase displacement φ1, φ2, φ3
Disturbance recording recorded
Motor start report (MSR)
Motor start trend (MST)
Data log (DLG)
Thermal capacity used
Remaining operating time before overload tripping
Waiting time after overload tripping
Running hours counter / operating time
Starting current and time
Start inhibit time
Number of starts before inhibition
9
Cable arcing fault detection
Apparent positive sequence impedance Zd
Apparent phase-to-phase impedances Z21, Z32, Z13
Third harmonic voltage, neutral point or residual
Difference in amplitude, frequency and phase of
voltages compared for synchro-check (4)
Switchgear diagnosis
CT / VT supervision
Trip circuit supervision (2)
ANSI code
60/60FL
74
Cumulative breaking current
Number of operations, operating time, charging time,
number of racking out operations (2)
Additional modules
8 temperature sensor inputs - MET148-2 module (2)
1 low level analog output - MSA141 module
Logic inputs/outputs - MES120/MES120G/MES120H
(14I/6O) module
Communication interface - ACE949-2, ACE959,
ACE937, ACE969TP-2, ACE969FO- 2, ECI850,
ACE850TP or ACE850FO
standard, options.
(2) According to parameter setting and optional MES120 input/output modules.
(3) With optional MET148-2 temperature input modules.
(4) With optional MCS025 synchro-check module.
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
Sepam Series 80 Selection Guide
Protection for demanding applications
Substation
Protection
Motor
Generator
Busbar
Cap.
ANSI code S80 S81 S82 S84 T81 T82 T87 M81 M87 M88 G82 G87 G88 B80 B83 C86
Phase overcurrent (1)
50/51
Earth fault / Sensitive Earth fault (1) 50N/51N
50G/51G
Breaker failure
50BF
Negative sequence / unbalance 46
Thermal overload for cables
49RMS
Thermal overload for machines (1) 49RMS
Thermal overload for capacitors 49RMS
Capacitor bank unbalance
51C
9
Transformer
Restricted Earth fault
Two-winding transformer
differential
Machine differential
87M
Directional phase overcurrent (1)
Directional Earth fault (1)
67
67N/67NC
Directional active overpower
Directional reactive overpower
Directional active underpower
32P
32Q
37P
Phase undercurrent
Excessive starting time,
locked rotor
Starts per hour
Field loss (underimpedance)
Pole slip
Overspeed (2 set points) (2)
Underspeed (2 set points) (2)
Voltage-restrained overcurrent
Underimpedance
Inadvertent energization
Third harmonic undervoltage /
100 % stator Earth fault
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
8
64REF
87T
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
37
48/51LR
1
1
1
1
1
1
66
40
78PS
12
14
50V/51V
21B
50/27
27TN/64G2
64G
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Undervoltage (L-L or L-N)
Positive sequence undercurrent
Remanent undervoltage
Overvoltage (L-L or L-N)
Neutral voltage displacement
Negative sequence overvoltage
24
27
27D
27R
59
59N
47
Overfrequency
Underfrequency
Rate of change of frequency
81H
81L
81R
Recloser (4 cycles) (2)
Thermostat / Buchholz (2)
Temperature monitoring
(16 RTDs) (3)
Synchro-check (4)
79
26/63
38/49T
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
4
25
Control and monitoring
Circuit breaker / contactor control 94/69
Automatic transfer (AT) (2)
Load shedding / automatic restart
De-excitation
Genset shutdown
Capacitor step control (2)
Logic discrimination (2)
68
Latching / acknowledgement
86
Annunciation
30
Switching of groups of settings
Adaptation using logic equations
Logipam programming (Ladder language)
standard,
options.
(1) Protection functions with 2 groups of settings.
(2) According to parameter setting and optional MES120 input/output modules.
(3) With optional MET148-2 temperature input modules.
(4) With optional MCS025 synchro-check module.
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(5) With ACE949-2, ACE959, ACE937, ACE969TP-2, ACE969FO-2 or ECI850
communication interface.
(6) With ACE850TP or ACE850FO communication interface.
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Sepam Series 80 Selection Guide
Protection for demanding applications
Substation
Metering
Phase current I1, I2, I3 RMS
Measured residual current I0, calculated I0Σ
Demand current I1, I2, I3
Peak demand current IM1, IM2, IM3
Measured residual current I’0
Voltage U21, U32, U13, V1, V2, V3
Residual voltage V0
Positive sequence voltage Vd / rotation direction
Negative sequence voltage Vi
Frequency
Transformer
Motor
Generator
Busbar
Cap.
S80 S81 S82 S84 T81 T82 T87 M81 M87 M88 G82 G87 G88 B80 B83 C86
Active power P, P1, P2, P3
Reactive power Q, Q1, Q2, Q3
Apparent power S, S1, S2, S3
Peak demand power PM, QM
Power factor
Calculated active and reactive energy (±Wh, ±VARh)
Active and reactive energy by pulse counting (2)
(± Wh, ± VARh)
Phase current I’1, I’2, I’3 RMS
Calculated residual current I’0Σ
Voltage U’21, V’1 and frequency
Voltage U’21, U’32, U’13, V’1, V’2, V’3, V’d, V’i and frequency
Residual voltage V’0
Temperature (16 RTDs) (3)
Rotation speed (2)
Neutral point voltage Vnt
Network and machine diagnosis
Tripping context
Tripping current TripI1, TripI2, TripI3
Phase fault and Earth fault trip counters
Unbalance ratio / negative sequence current Ii
Harmonic distortion (THD),
current and voltage Ithd, Uthd
Phase displacement φ0, φ’0, φ0Σ
Phase displacement φ1, φ2, φ3
Disturbance recording
Motor start report (MSR)
Motor start trend (MST)
Datalog (DLG)
Thermal capacity used
Remaining operating time before overload tripping
Waiting time after overload tripping
Running hours counter / operating time
Starting current and time
Start inhibit time
Number of starts before inhibition
Unbalance ratio / negative sequence current I’i
Differential current Idiff1, Idiff2, Idiff3
Through current It1, It2, It3
Current phase displacement θ
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Apparent positive sequence impedance Zd
Apparent phase-to-phase impedances Z21, Z32, Z13
Third harmonic voltage, neutral point or residual
Difference in amplitude, frequency and phase of voltages
compared for synchro-check (4)
Capacitor unbalance current and capacitance
Switchgear diagnosis
ANSI code
CT / VT supervision
60/60FL
Trip circuit supervision (2)
74
Auxiliary power supply monitoring
Cumulative breaking current
Number of operations, operating time, charging time, number
of racking out operations (2)
Additional modules
8 temperature sensor inputs - MET148-2 module (2)
1 low level analog output - MSA141 module
Logic inputs/outputs - MES120/MES120G/MES120H
(14I/6O) module
Communication interface - ACE949-2, ACE959, ACE937,
ACE969-2 TP, FO, ACE850 TP, FO or ECI850
Modbus communication, IEC 60 870-5-103, DNP3 or IEC 61850
Measurement readout (5) (6)
Remote indication and time tagging of events (5) (6)
Remote control orders (5) (6)
Remote protection setting (5)
Transfer of disturbance recording data (5) (6)
GOOSE message IEC 61850 (6)
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
MiCOM Series Overview
Digital protection relays
Overview
The MiCOM range of protection relays offers varying levels of functionality and hardware options to best suit the protection
requirements and allows the customer to choose the most cost effective solution for their application. The 10, 20, 30 and 40
series hardware platforms are the building blocks of the MiCOM protection relay range providing a wide variety of protection,
control, measurement, monitoring and communication functions.
The MiCOM S1 Studio makes for easy setting and configuration of relays and management of relay setting files for all
Micom relays.
MiCOM Px10
Micom Relay Platforms and Applications
MiCOM Px10
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P111 - Auxiliary powered overcurrent and Earth fault
P114D - Dual powered overcurrent and Earth fault, with settings via DIP switches
P115 - CT or dual powered overcurrent and Earth fault, with settings via HMI menu
P116 - Dual-powered overcurrent and Earth fault
P211 - Motor protection
MiCOM Px20
MiCOM Px20
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P12x
P22x
P52x
P72x
P82x
P92x
- Directional and non-directional overcurrent and Earth fault
- Motor protection
- Feeder differential protection
- High impedance differential protection
- CB fail
- Voltage/frequency (e.g. load shedding)
MiCOM Px30
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P13x - Feeder protection
P43x - Distance protection
P53x - Line differential protection
P63x - Transformer protection
Px30C - Compact protection (cutdown versions, limited functionality, 2 inputs, 8 outputs)
Px38 - AC Railway protection
MiCOM Px40
MiCOM Px30
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P14x
P24x
P34x
P44x
P54x
P64x
P74x
P84x
- Feeder protection
- Motor protection
- Generator protection
- Distance protection
- Current differential protection
- Transformer relay with sigma delta input modules
- Busbar protection
- CB fail, auto-reclosure function relay.
Applications
MiCOM Px40
The MiCOM range offers comprehensive protection solutions at all power system levels such as Generation,
Transmission and Distribution covering the following applications :
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Generator protection
Transformer protection
Feeder / Line protection
Busbar protection
Motor protection
Interconnector / Grid Connection protection
Voltage and Frequency protection
Directional / Non-directional overcurrent & Earth fault protection
AC Railway protection
Distance Protection
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Protection, Control and Monitoring
MiCOM Px20, Px30, Px40
Feeder management relays
Device
P114D P115
P116 P120
Dual
CT
CT
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P121
P122 P122C P123
P125 P126 P127 P130C P132
P138
Rail
P139 P141
P142 P143 P144 P145
P111
L*
E
CT Inputs
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
1
4
4
4
4
2
4
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
VT inputs
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
3
3
4/5
1
4/5
3
3
3/4
42
3/4
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-
Opto Inputs ( max)1
2
2
6
2
2
3
7
5
4
7
12
2
40
16
64
8
16
32
16
32
0
8
Output Contacts (max)1
4
4
7
5
5
7
8
9
7
9
9
8
32
24
28
8
15
30
15
32
3
5
Output for Striker Triggering
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
--
-
-
-
-
-
-
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Magnetic Flags
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-
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-
-
-
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--
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-
-
-
-
-
-
RTDs (max. option)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
1
10
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-
-
-
-
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-
Analogue I/O (max. option)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1/2
1/2
1/2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Function Keys/Hotkeys
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Bay Control & Monitoring
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- with Mimic
Interlocking Logic
-
-
Protection
1 Phase or Earth overcurrent
50/51P/N
3 Phase overcurrent
50/51P
Ground fault
50/51N
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
67P
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Ground Fault directional
67N
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Sensitive directional earthfault
67N
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Transient Ground Fault
67N
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
67W
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Neutral admittance
YN
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Restricted earthfault
64
-
-
-
Voltage controlled overcurrent
51V
-
-
-
Negative sequence overcurrent
46
-
Thermal overload
49
Undercurrent
37
Wattmetric earthfault
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
27/59
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
59N
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
47
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
81O/U
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
87R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Incomplete sequence relay
48
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Master sequence device
34
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Lock-out
86
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Over/Under frequency
Rate of change of frequency
32
-
Circuit breaker failure
50BF
-
Motor
Directional Power
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Negative sequence overvoltage
-
-
-
Residual over voltage
-
-
-
Over/Under voltage
-
-
Phase directional
directional
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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-
9
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-
49LR
-
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Startup Monitoring
66
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Autoreclose
79
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
25
-
-
Broken conductor
46BC
-
-
Voltage transformer supervision
VTS
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Current transformer supervision
CTS
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Cold load pick-up
-
-
-
-
Inrush blocking
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Check synchronising
Switch on to fault
SOTF
Circuit breaker monitoring
Trip Circuit Supervision
TCS
Limit value monitoring
Protective Signalling
85
InterMicom
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-
-
1 - Please note that some relays may have a limit on max. I/O when used as a combination.
3V0 measured input and allows vee connected VTs.
* Non Communication option available.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
MiCOM Px20, Px30, Px40
Motor and generator management relays
Device
P139
P343 P344
P345
P130
P132
P220
P225
P241
P242
P243
P341
P342
CT Inputs
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
7
4
5
8
8
VT inputs
3
4/5
4/5
-
1 or 3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
7
Opto Inputs (max)1
2
40
64
5
6 or 11
8
16
16
16
24
32
32
32
Output Contacts (max)1
8
32
32
6
6
7
16
16
15
24
32
32
32
RTDs/thermistors (option)
-
10/0
10/0
6/0 or 4/2
10/3 or 0/0
10/0
10/0
10/0
-
10/0
10/0
10/0
10/0
Analogue I/O (option)
-
1/2
1/2
0/1
0/2 or 0/0
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
4/4
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Function Keys/Hotkeys
-
Interlocking Logic
9
Protection
Motor Protection
Short circuit
50/51
-
-
-
-
-
Locked Rotor
50S/51LR/51S
-
-
-
-
-
Reverse Power
32R
-
-
-
-
-
Reacceleration
27LV
-
-
-
-
-
66/48/51
-
-
-
-
-
Negative sequence overvoltage
47
-
-
-
-
-
Out of Step
55
-
-
-
-
-
Loss of load
37
-
-
-
-
-
Undercurrent
37P/37N
-
-
-
-
-
Unbalance/Lock-out
30/46/86
-
-
-
-
-
Speed switch inputs
14
Motor Differential
Startup Monitoring/Excessive long start
87M
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
87G/87GT
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
50DT
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
21
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
78
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Anti Backspin
Generator Protection
Generator Differential
Interturn/split phase
Underimpedance
Pole Slipping
Directional Power
9
32L/O/R
Loss of Field
40
-
-
-
-
-
Restricted earthfault
64
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
100% Stator earth fault (3rd harmonic)
27TN
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
100% Stator Earth Fault (Low Freq. Injection)
64S
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Overfluxing
24
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
50/27
-
-
-
-
-
-
Voltage dependent O/C
51V
-
-
-
-
-
-
Rotor Earth Fault (MiCOM P391 option)
64R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Unintentional energisation at standstill
-
Ancillary Functions
Phase overcurrent
Phase directional
Ground fault
50/51P
67P
50N/51N
Ground Fault directional
67N
-
-
Sensitive directional earthfault
67N
-
-
64N/32N
-
-
460C
-
Wattmetric earthfault
Negative sequence overcurrent
Negative sequence thermal
46T
-
-
-
-
-
Thermal overload
38/49
Under/Over voltage
27/59
-
59N
-
47
-
-
81U
-
-
Residual over voltage
Negative sequence overvoltage
Under frequency
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Over frequency
81O
-
-
-
-
-
Turbine abnormal frequency
81AB
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Voltage vector shift
dVq
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Rate of change of frequency
81R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
50BF
-
Circuit breaker failure
Circuit breaker monitoring
Trip Circuit Supervision
-
TCS
1 - Please note that some relays may have a limit on max. I/O when used as a combination.
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Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
Protection, Control and Monitoring
MiCOM Px20, Px30, Px40
Distance relays
Device
P430C
P433
P435
P436
Rail
P437
P438
Rail
P439 P441
P442 P443
P444 P445
CT Inputs
4
4
4
2
4/5
3
4
4
4
4
4
VT inputs
3
4/5
4/5
1
4/5
2
4/5
4
4
4
4
4
Opto Inputs(max)1
2
52
52
28
32
28
46
8
16
24
24
24
Output Contacts(max)1
8
36
46
46
46
46
26
14
21
32
46
32
RTDs (option)
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
Analogue I/O (option)
-
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
-
-
-
-
-
Function Key/Hotkeys
4
-
Bay Control & Monitoring with Mimic
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Interlocking Logic
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Protection
Distance Protection
Distance
Autoreclose
21/21N
79
3 pole
1/3 pole
-
-
Power Swing Blocking
78
-
-
Out of step tripping
68
-
-
Check synchronising
25
Directional Power
32
Switch on-to fault
50/27
Mutual Compensation
HZ
Rail Catenary Protection
Defrost Protection
Train startups
di/dt,dv/dt,dΦ/dt
Phase overcurrent
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
16 2/3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
25/50/60
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
50/51P
67P
-
-
-
Delta directional comparison
∆I/∆V
-
-
-
Ground fault
50/51N
Phase directional
-
-
Ground Fault directional
67N
Transient Ground Fault directional
67N
Neutral admittance
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
YN
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
67W
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Negative sequence overcurrent
46
-
-
Directional negative sequence
46/67
-
-
Wattmetric earthfault
Thermal overload
Under/Over voltage
Residual over voltage
Over/Unde r frequency
Rate of change of frequency
27/59
59N
-
-
-
-
81U
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
81R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
50BF
Broken Conductor
46BC
Stub Bus Protection
50ST
Capacitive voltage transformer
supervision
Channel Aided Scheme Logic
Trip Circuit Supervision
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49
Circuit breaker failure
Voltage/Current transformer
supervision
9
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
VTS/CTS
CVTS
85
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
TCS
InterMicom
1 - Please note that some relays may have a limit on max. I/O when used as a combination.
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
MiCOM Px20, Px30, Px40
Line differential, transformer and busbar protection relays
P521
P530C
P532
P541
CT Inputs
Device
4
4
4
4
4
5
9
5
9
4
6
6
8
12
15
8
12
18
2
8
4
4
4
VT inputs
-
3
4/5
-
-
4
3
4
3
-
-
-
1
1
1
2
4
4
-
-
-
-
-
1
5
2
46
8
16
16
16
24
24
8
2
4
34
40
34
12
24
24
2
5
8
16
24
40
Opto Inputs (max) 1
1
P542 P543 P544 P545 P546 P547 P630C P631 P632 P633
P634 P642 P643 P645 P721
P723 P741
P742
P743 P746
18
8
8
30
7
14
14
14
32
32
8
8
14
22
30
22
12
24
24
4
8
8
8
21
32
Analogue I/O (opti on)
-
-
1/2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1/2
1/2
1/2
4/4
4/4
4/4
-
-
-
-
-
-
RTDs (option)
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
10
10
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
Function Keys/Hotkeys
-
-
-
-
Interlocking Logic
-
-
-
Output Contacts (max)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Protection
Line Differential
87P
-
2 terminal
-
2/3 terminal
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
FO signalling
Metallic signalling
-
SDH/Sonet network
In -Zone transformer
2
nd
Transient Bias (CT saturation)
-
2 breaker configuration
Phase Comparison
87PC
PLC signalling
Transformer Differential
87P
Windings
Restricted earth fault
87G/
64
th
Overfluxing/ 5 harmonic
Overexcitation
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
VAMP 5x & VAMP 2xx
Motor, Voltage, frequency and ancillary protection relays
Device
CT Inputs
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Opto Inputs(max)
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Breaker Failure Protection
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Undervoltage
Overvoltage
Residual Overvoltage
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Phase Sequence Voltage
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Under/Over frequency
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Rate of change of
Frequency (df/dt+t)
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(f+∆f/∆t)
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Load Restoration logic
Trip Circuit Supervision
TCS
Over excitation Protection
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Positive Sequence uncler voltage
27P
Negative Sequence overvoltage
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Catched Trip
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8 programmable stages
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VAMP 5x & VAMP 2xx
Motor, Voltage, frequency and ancillary protection relays
Device
V52
V230
V255
V257
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Phase directional
67P
Ground fault
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Ground Fault directional
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Sensitive directional earthfault
67N
Negative sequence overcurrent
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Negative sequence thermal
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Thermal overload
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Under frequency
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50BF
Circuit breaker monitoring
Trip Circuit Supervision
TCS
Voltage Sags & Swell meas
Arc Protection
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Option
Option
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
VAMP 5x & VAMP 2xx
Feeder management relays
Device
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V52
V230
V255
V255
CT Inputs
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Protection
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3 Phase overcurrent
50/51P
Ground fault
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Phase directional
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Directional Power / Reverse Power
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Over /Under frequency
Circuit breaker failure
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Motor / STALL
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Broken conductor
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Voltage transformer supervision
VTC
Current transformer supervision
CTS
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Inrush blocking
Circuit breaker monitoring
Trip Circuit Supervision
TCS
Voltage swell and sags meas:Arc Protection
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Protection, Control and Monitoring
VAMP
Arc flash protection units
Overview
VAMP arc flash protection is an extremely fast protection system for switchgear. It has been specially designed to maximise
safety to personnel and to minimise material damage in the event of an arc fault. A VAMP arc protection system can
principally be implemened in three different ways, as an autonomous master unit system, as part of the VAMP protection
relay system or as an integration between a master unit system and the VAMP protection relay system.
VAMP 120
VAMP 121
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Integrated 19-256 V a.c./d.c. aux. supply
Up to 4 sensors
Selective trip for 2 zones
Operation time 7ms
NO and NC trip outputs (Zone 1)
VAMP 121
VAMP 221
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Single trip contact
Operation time 9ms
Binary input for blocking or resetting (programmable) the unit
Possibility for double arc channel activation trip criteria
BIO light transfer to other VAMP device
VAMP 221
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VAMP 321
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Modular system consisting of a central unit, I/O units and arc sensors.
Current and light tripping (can be congifured for light only trip)
Continous system self-supervision
Point arc sensor or fibre loop sensor connections
Circuit breaker failure protection (CBFP)
Programmable operation zones
Modular system consisting of a central unit, I/O units and arc sensors
Operation on simultaneous current and light or on light only
Event logs, disturbance recording and real-time clock
High speed output, HSO: 1 ms
Point arc sensor or fibre loop sensor connections
Circuit breaker failure protection (CBFP)
Programmable operation zones
Main characteristics
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Support point or smoke sensors
Simple installation
Self-supervision
Applications
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Wind Power
Motor Control Centres (MCC)
Utilities
Marine
Why ARC Flash Protection
When the traditional time-grading or blocking based protection coordination principle is used, the traditional protection
systems may not provide fast enough protection of substation faults. Further, high-impedance type of Earth-faults may cause
prolonged operation times of Earth-fault relays leading to the significant release of the arcing energy. These facts pose a
considerable risk to human beings and economical assets.
Switchgear explosion due to arc fault
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1-Phase & 3-Phase V, A, F Meters
DM1000 & DM3000 Series
Overview
DM1000/ DM3000 series meters are ideal replacements for analog meters. They are Universal, User programmable... for
ac circuits. All your needs in just five flexible & compact models.
DM3110 - 3
Ammeter
Electrical characteristics
DM1110
1f A
Unique
DM1210 - 1
Voltmeter
DM3110
3f A
Universal ranges
Wide range Auxiliary
supply (Control power)
Low burden
50 mA to 6 A 50 Hz ± 5%
Simple to order & Easy
to stock
User Programmable
Auto scaling
CT ratio
PT ratio
Auto
A to kA
V to kV
20 to 100 Hz
Amps < 0.2 VA
Main characteristics
Applications
 High Accuracy % of reading
 1 & 3 f AC Volts, Amps and 1 f Hz measurement &
Volts &Amps : ± 1.0%, ± 0.5 % of Fullscale
Frequency : ± 0.2% of Rdg
DM1310 - 1
Frequency
DM1210
DM3210
DM1310
1f V
3f V
1f F
44 to 480 V AC 80 to 480 V LL 20 to 100 Hz
50 Hz ± 5%
50 Hz ± 5%
44 to 480 V AC
90 to 277 V AC (50 Hz)
Aux < 5 VA at 240 V
Volts < 0.2 VA
 Smart
Elegant industrial look
Intuitive Dual function key
Auto exit from setup
Monitoring
 3 Phase Volts & Hz monitoring with selector switch
(DM1000/ DM3000 series)
 Electrical load monitoring
 Gensets, Test benches & Laboratories
 Capacitor rated current measurement in PFI panels
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Bright LED indicators - Kilo & Phase indications for
measured value
 Rugged Construction
Emission : CISPR11, Class A
Fast Transient : IEC 61000-4-4*
Surge withstand : IEC 61000-4-5*
ESD : IEC 61000-4-2*
Isolation : 4 kV for 1 minute
Safety : Self extinguishable V1 plastics; Measurement category III;
Pollution degree 2
* As per IEC 61326-1
 Temperature
Operating : -10 °C to 60 °C (14 °F to 140 °F)
Storage : -25 °C to 70 °C (-13 °F to 158 °F)
Weight : 400 gmsapprox, Unpacked;
500 gmsapprox, Shipping
Panel cut out : 92 x 92 mm Flush mount
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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VAF & kWh Meters
Overview
The ConzervTM DM6XXX & EM1XXX series meter offers allthe basic measurement capabilities required to monitor
anelectrical installation in 96 x 96 mm units. Characterized by their rugged construction, compact size,
and low installation costs, these state-of-the-art meters areideal for control panels, motor control centers and
gensetpanels
DM6000/ EM1000 series
Electrical characteristics
General
Use on LV and HV systems
Accurancy
Instantaneous RMS values
Voltage - LL & LN
Line current
Frequency
Power factor
Active power (per
phase and total)*
Integrated values
Active energy*
Run hours
On hours
Interupts count
Old integrated register (last cleared)
Active energy
Run hours
On hours
Interupts count
Communication
Pulse output
RS 485 (Modbus
protocol)
VLL V12 V23 V31 VLN V1 V2 V3
A A1 A2 A3
F
PF PF1 PF2 PF3
W W1 W2 W3
DM6100 /
DM6300
EM1000 /
EM1200
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*Active or Apparent or Reactive - Power & Energy parameters are user programmable. Only one power
related parameter will be displayed at a time in the meter
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Main characteristics
Applications
 Fast in line view
 Energy billing
 High Resolution
 Load balancing and optimization
 Auto-scrolling
 Electrical load monitoring
 Secure settings
 Gensets, test benches, and laboratories
 Smart line indicators
 Communicaton
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Smart Demand Controller
PowerLogicTM EM7200 series
Overview
EM7230 / EM7280 / 7290 is a smart demand controller. It replaces over 20 individual transducers and meters for
comprehensive load management in 3-phase commercial and industrial applications.
Electrical characteristics
EM7230
EM7280
EM7290
1.0
0.5S
0.2
RS-485
RS-485
RS-485
Main characteristics
Applications
 True RMS measurement
 Maximum demand control and management
 4 Quadrant measurement
 Network management
 Real time measurement of
 Power quality
V A F PF W VA VAR WhVAhVARh Ah parameters
 Communication
Load duration, Run Hours, On Hours, Number of
Interruptions
 Diagnostic
Import, Export & Net values of Energy
 Status/ condition monitoring
THD per phase for V & A
Individual harmonics up to 15th for V & A, per phase
 Demand measurement
W, VA, VAR & Amps parameter, 1 to 30 minutes,
Prediction, Spare load,
Essential load, Demand profile, Demand control
through Upper Limit &
Lower Limit settings, 3 Form C mechanical relays
 TOU Settings
6 seasons, 8 Tariff slots, Days, Week ends, Holidays
 Digital Inputs
 Cost management
 Energy accounting & balancing
 Cost allocation
 Specific energy consumption
 Tenant billing
 Process management
 Preventive maintenance
 Can be used for either LV or MV circuits
 Utility Meter meter cross check
Separate Integrators for Demand & Energy values
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 2 Digital Inputs for status indication
ON: 18.5 to 36V DC, OFF: 0 to 4V DC
 Whetting output Voltage
24V DC nominal, 8mA max
 Modbus RTU RS485 com port
 3 Relays for Demand control and management
 4 Hi &Lo’s for Instantaneous and Demand param-
eters with Date & Time stamp
 Old registers for last cleared Integrators and Demand
values
 Password protected
 % Load and % Unbalance in Amps & Voltage circuit
 % unbalance in A & V
 PF Lock features for advanced Revenue metering
 Phase angle of both voltage and current network
 Monochrome LCD full scap display, white
background, black digit, 4+1 rows, parameters names
displayed against each row, 4 digits for instantaneous
parametersand 6 digits for Energy & 3 digits for
Harmonics
Customer Service Tel: 0124 4222040
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Multi-Function meters
EM6400 series
Overview
EM6400 series meters are ideal replacements for analog meters. Use for standalonemetering in custom panels, switch
boards, switch gear, gensets, motor control centers andUPS systems.
Electrical characteristics
Emission
Fast Transient
Surge withstand
ESD
Impulse voltage
Safety Construction
Protection against
CISPR22
4 kV IEC 61000-4-4
4 kV IEC 61000-4-5
15 kV Air discharge, 8 kV
Contact discharge IEC 61000-4-2
6kV, 1.2/50μSec, IEC 60060
Self extinguishable V0 plastic
Front IP 51
Rear IP 40
Main characteristics
Applications
 Easy to use
 Control Panels
Fast setup via display or software
 Measurements
 Motor Control Centers
 Power Distribution Panels
True RMS electrical parameters: per phase voltage,
current, demand, W, VA, VAr
 Connection to Plant Monitoring & Control Systems
Integrated parameters: kWh, kVARh, kVAh
 Original Equipment Manufactures (OEMs)
Neutral current, frequency, Power Factor, % Load, %
Unbalance (V&I), Phase angle
 Genset Panels
 Building Management System
Onhours, Runhours& Interrupts.
4 Quadrant energy : bi-directional, absolute & net
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Demand: sliding & fixed block
Options for Class 1.0, 0.5, 0.5S &Cl 0.2 meters as
per IEC 62052-11 & IEC 62053-22.ANSI C12.20
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) measurement for
both Voltage and Current circuit, perphase
 Communications
RS-485 port, Modbus RTU for integration with energy
management systems
 Certifications
UL, Canada UL listed, CE, C-Tick certified
 Front panel display
Alpha numeric bright display
Brilliant 3 line, 4 digit per line, (digit height 14 mm)
LED display with auto-scaling capability for kilo,
Mega, Giga
View 3 parameters together
Password protection for setup parameters
User selectable default display page through keypad
lock
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Software
PACiS Substation Control
Electrical substation protection, control and monitoring solution
Overview
Substation protection, automation and control solution.
Scalable IEC61850 designed substation automation system from a single controller to a complete multi-ring architecture.
PACiS core components are:
 C264 - Substation control unit
 A300 - Solid state protocol gateway (IEC 61850, DNP3, etc.)
 Hxxx - IEC61850 Ethernet switches and modules
 SUI - Substation monitoring and control software (HMI)
 SCE - System configuration editor
 SMT - System maintenance tool
 iFLS - Fast load shedding software
The PACiS components are deployed along side with IEDs to provide a complete integrated automation solution:
MiCOM protection relays
Sepam protection relays
ION power meters
Third party IEDs
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Main characteristics
Applications
Native IEC61850 applications
IEC61131-3 automation compliant
Fast self-healing redundant network (<1ms)
Disturbance record and waveform oscillography
management
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Gas, Utility
Electrical Control & Monitoring System (ECMS)
Substation Automation (AVR, ATS, etc)
Self Healing Loop Automation
Load shedding and load management
Emergency generator and energy storage management
Supported protocols
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IEC61850
DNP3/DNP3 over IP
IEC608705-5-101, IEC608705-5-103, IEC608705-5-104
Modbus
HNZ
PACiS Solutions
PACiS Core Components
C264
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MiCOM Protection Relays
SUI
Sepam Protection Relays
ION Power Meter
A300
3rd Party IEDs
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Software
ADMS
Advanced distribution management system
Overview
The Schneider Electric ADMS provides a real-time network control system. The system has been independently
recognised by the Gartner Technology research firm as the most advanced DMS on the global market and rated it with the
highest possible rating of “strong positive”. The software incorporates real-time SCADA, OMS and DMS including
advanced features, such as embedded volt/VAR Optimisation, fault management in the form of automatic fault detection
isolation and supply restoration, near-term load forecasting, and distributed energy resources support, network planning
tools etc. on a single platform using a single user interface.
The ADMS is a tool that enables users to dynamic visualization, efficiently plan, operate, and work on a distribution
network. It facilitates the analysis and monitoring of distribution networks in real time, and also provides a study or
planning mode capability for both backward and forward review to analyse different running arrangements identify
potential hotspots and facilitate options to improve network reliability and lower costs.
Short term and Long term load forecasting features of Schneider Electric ADMS provide utilities to plan for future situation
and enable them to manage power supply network with optimum cost of power.
The ADMS is managed with standard interfaces such as CIM, IEC, DNP, ICCP and is a key offering for the smart grid
solution.
Main characteristics
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Real time network monitor and control (SCADA)
Mathematical network model and power applications (DMS)
Efficient fault management and network restoration FLISR
Voltage improvement: Votl-VAR control
Network analysis (short-circuits, relay protection, losses, reliability, performance)
Optimisation and reduction of investments in building power facilities and network automation
Reduction of network peak load and power losses: Load Forcasting
Improvement of power quality and customer services: OMS
Local supervision system based on Schneider Electric’s OASyS SCADA
Real-time network control system with integrated SCADA/DMS/OMS/DSM in a single product:
 SCADA control and data acquisition
 Network model with state estimation
 DMS - with a wide array of network management applications
 OMS - outage management system to manage trouble calls and a mobile workforce and to provide fault prediction and
outage statistics
 DSM - demand side load management
 GUI - schematic and geographical displays of HV/MV/LV networks, including all remote and manually operated
devices: Dynamic Displays
 VSSM - validated switching sequence management, improves safety/reliability of network operation
 IVVO - integrated voltage/var control (optimisation), to reduce peak demand and load flow losses
 FLISR - fault location, isolation and supply restoration, to reduce outage time and improve regulatory performances
 Load Forecasting: Short term and Long Terms load furcating system.
Distribution Network Builder: The Distribution Network Builder (DNB) is the main user's front-end application for
Database editing which is used for creation and management of the network Data Base, i.e. editing of parameters of
network elements, their connectivity, and finally, their graphic representation in form of network diagram. It provides
multi-user and user-friendly, complete graphical environment for Database browsing and editing. It Include Data Editor,
Graphic Editor and Geographical Editor. DNB Support Multi layer architecture.
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Dynamic Mimic Diagram: Dynamic Mimic Diagram (DMD) is multiple-view user interface applied for visualization of
supply and distribution substations and MV and LV network, as well as for efficient managing and monitoring of the
distribution network state. DMD provides both views of the distribution network: schematic (single line) and geographic
diagrams. DMD provide easy and seamless navigation from one view to other view. It is supported by very powerful report
generation tool. It can be used in both Real time as well as Simulation mode.
DMS Analytical Functions System: DMS Analytical Functions System is the "intelligence" of DMS Software. This
system is a full set of sophisticated software and algorithms that enable, optimal operation, decision making and efficient
design of the whole equipment installed in the distribution network. Key function includes Network Operation Functions,
Network Operation Planning and Optimization, Network Operation Analysis, Network Development Planning etc.
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Software
ADMS
Advanced distribution management system
Simulation environment: Virtual Operation of the Network devices to analysis impact on system stability before real field
operations.
Training environment: Dispatcher Training Simulator provide in trainee- trainer environment to enable operator to learn
to respond to various network situations.
Historical services: open, comprehensive, flexible, and efficient Database, which Can be extended, rearranged,
customized and tailored according to customer's requirements with no of database supported including Oracle, Sybase,
MS SQL server etc. Relational Database model of DMS Software is based on entity relationship (ER) input data model
and encompasses all data necessary for establishment of DMS Analytical Functions System.
Mobile workforce services: With OMS module and workforce management services, system helps utility to manage
operational workforce for the breakdown and maintenance activities.
GIS adaptor: DMS has integration with GIS systems and various data sources (ArcFM, SmallWorld, Intergraph, GTO,
Informix...). The integration with standard data models is supported, such as Common Information Model (CIM) and
ArcFM data model, as well as integration with other custom data models.
ADMS benefits
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Improved safety and reliability of the network operation
Reduced peak demand and load flow losses
Reduced customer outage time
Improved (regulatory) performance indices
Improved utilisation of network facilities:- reduced investment
Improved power quality
Improved customer services
Increased utility profit (Reduction of power and energy losses)
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Smart Metering - AMI/MDM Solution
from Schneider Electric
Smart Metering and Meter Data Management Software
Overview
Titanium AMI: The Schneider Electric provides Smart Metering AMI solution with its advance software “Titanium AMI”.
Titanium is an integral platform to deploy and manage an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and its related services.
Titanium provide multi level platform to cater to different needs of the utilities related to smart Metering like Only Remote
Metering (AMR) Applications to the need of complete metering business model and dynamic network management.
Conductor MDM: Conductor Meter Data Management System is capable of handling large volume of Data (metering
Data) in a secure and fast manner. Conductor MDM provide user with Analysis, visualization, and reporting of metering
data along with its Integration to Customer information and Customer Relationship Management, Operational systems,
Enterprise asset management. Validation, Estimation & Edition (VEE) is the key function of MDM which enable user to
have full use of AMI infrastructure.
Key Features
Possibility to manage different deployments and existing infrastructures in the same system.
Automatic devices import and request management (tariff changes, ordered readings, … ).
Data collection management (scheduled readings, load profiles, auto-recovery mechanisms for missing values).
Comprehensive command execution and monitoring.
Intelligent event management, categorization of events, action triggering based on events.
Can handle Large Amount to data for business intelligent functions.
Validation and Estimation (V&E)
Validation, Estimation & Edition (VEE)
Easy Integration to Customer information and Customer Relationship Management, Operational systems, Enterprise
asset management.
 Enterprise Service Bus architecture.
 Integration with GIS, Weather Forecasting and other systems.
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System Architecture
AMI/MDM management
Titanium
AMI System
Conductor MDM
Utility Information System
GIS, Weather Info. System
Data Collection / Communication Infrastructure
NES System S/w
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IP WAN
(VPN)
Consumer Meters
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Distribution Self-Healing Grid
Tested, Validated & Documented Architecture (TVDA)
Overview
Tested Validated Documented Architecture (TVDA) solutions is a unique approach from Schneider Electric to provide
customers with a solution which is pre tested and ready to be implemented in customer’s environment. These solutions
reduces customer efforts for engineering, implementation time.
Under Ground Distribution Network Self-Healing Grid : UG-SHG is a part of underground distribution network which
re-configure itself without any need of human action to restore Power Supply to various parts of the network in case of a
fault.
The System automatically cut-off the faulty section and restore the supply to rest of network by alternate path / sources.
Today’s Utility Challenges
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Continuity of service and security of supply (SAISI index)
Safety of people and assets
Power quality
Limited Man Power for Network Management
Technical Challenges:
 High Installation and commissioning time
 No clarity on the performance and limitations of the system.
 Complex installation and Commissioning. Documents are not available for systems with components from different
vendors.
Solution to Above
Under Ground Distribution Network Self-Healing Grid TVDA Solution
 Pre-Tested and validated
 Well Engineered
 Easy to Implement with Minimum time and Hardware
 Well Documented
Principle and Working: The principle of the Self Healing Grid (SHG) automation system is to start an automatic
sequence of re-energizing the healthy part of a MV ring after a short circuit or earth fault somewhere in the ring. The
re-energizing operations have to be performed in a minimum time (<20 seconds) with a maximum of safety and security.
The System is applicable to a network in Open Ring Architecture with one NOP. The System can be supplied from two or
more sources from same or different substations. The SHG Solution can be implemented together with SCADA System or
as a Stand Alone application.
It required Automation of RMU’s in the Network to be Motorised and Installed with T200 (FRTU-Automation Unit), FPI’s
and VPIS& VDS (Voltage detection System) and Peer to Peer Communication between FRTU’s using various communication media like GPRS.
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Distribution Self-Healing Grid
Tested, Validated & Documented Architecture (TVDA)
Main Characteristics
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Applications
Time to Restore Healthy Part of Feeder: 20-30 Seconds
Large no of Nodes in system (Up to 30) and 3 feeding Points
Simultaneous Communication with SCADA / DMS System
No Complex Engineering required: Pre tested and validated Solution
Adoptable to existing network Components Like RMU’s with
Minimum modifications.
 MV Underground Distribution Network
Loop Automation for Over-Head Distribution Network SHG
Over-head distribution network loop automation is a self healing grid solution for a part of distribution network which
re-configure itself without any need of human action to restore Power Supply to various parts of the network in case of a
fault.
The System automatically cut-off the faulty section and restore the supply to rest of network by alternate path / sources.
The System use concept of Fault Location, Isolation and Service Restoration (FLISR) & Fault Detection, Isolation and
Restoration (FDIR).
ACR communication for
SHG and Load data
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Main Characteristics
Applications
Less Time to Restore Healthy Part of Feeder
Simultaneous Communication with SCADA / DMS System
Peer to Peer Communication for Operation and Safety
No Complex Engineering required: Pre tested and validated Solution
Adoptable to existing network Components like recloser or
sectionaliser installations
 Two Options: Classic Loop Automation and Intelligent Loop
Automation
 Over Load Protection during network reconfiguration
 Over Head Distribution Network
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Distribution Transformers
Overview
Oil Filled Copper Wound(Minera) and Aluminium Wound (PremAL) , complying to IS2026 designed to
suit most of distribution applications
Schneider Electric has long history of transformer manufacturing in India.Our Transformer Factory is
located in Vadodara – Gujrat, equipped with world class manufacturing process comprising of
Automatic core cutting and building system and NABL accredited test lab suited for design and
manufacturing of Oil filled Distribution Transformers for following range: MINERA – Copper wound Oil transformers upto 2.5 MVA and 36 kV Voltage Class
 Prem AL -
Aluminium wound oil transformers upto 2.5MVA and 36 kV voltage class
MINERA
Main characteristics
In accordance with the requirements of IS 2026, IEC 60076 all Schneider Electric Distribution
Transformers are fully compliant with the latest Standards like CBIP, ECBC etc. with best in class raw
materials , processesto ensure low stray losses and thus high efficiency.
MINERA - OIL FILLED COPPER WOUND DISTRIBUTION TRANFORMERS
 Conforming to IS 2026 / IEC 60076
 500 kVA – 2500 kVA
 Voltage Range up to 36 kV
 50/ 60 Hz
PRem - AL
 Indoor / Outdoor Installation
 OCTC / OLTC
PRem - AL OIL FILLED ALUMINUM WOUND DISTRIBUTION TRANFORMERS
 Conforming to IS 2026 / IEC 60076
 500 kVA – 2500 kVA
 Voltage Range up to 36 kV
 50/ 60 Hz
 Indoor / Outdoor Installation
 OCTC / OLTC
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Transformers and Prefabricated Substations
MINERA
Medium voltage power transformer
Overview
The MINERA oil-immersed medium voltage power transformer is dedicated to all applications up to 170kV and 80
MVA. Schneider Electric’s R&D team has created a variety of MINERA transformers to meet both utility and industrial
requirements. The superior reliability of the transformer means that it is highly suitable for the oil and gas market.
Main characteristics
Applications
Rated power from 2.5 up to 80 MVA; rated insulation
up to 1000 MVA 220 kV; rated frequency 50 or 60 Hz; mineral,
synthetic or natural ester oil insulating liquid; conventional
or reduced losses; wide range of accessories; high
capacity of cooling options such as ONAN, ONAF, OFAF
or ODWF; off-circuit tap changer (OCTC) or on-load tap
changer (OLTC); hermetically sealed or breathing type
with conservator.
 Utilities: transmission and distribution network, automatic
voltage regulator
 Power generation: hydro, nuclear, thermal, photovoltaic
 Small industries: textile, automotive,
pharmaceutics, food
 Renewable energies: solar, wind onshore and offshore,
biomass
 Mining: ground-mounted, under ground mounted, heavy
polluted area
 Metal: furnace, cycloconverter load, rectifier load
 Oil and gas: onshore, offshore, FPSO, hazardous area
Magnetic core
The transformer’s magnetic core is manufactured from a high grade, cold-rolled, grain-oriented silicon steel. The
lamination stacking is either butt-lap or step-lap-type. The magnetic core is generally a multi-layer circular cross section
and the slitting and cutting of the magnetic core is made by automated machines. In order to reduce transformer sound
level to a minimum, the magnetic core and its framework are carefully sized to minimise the vibrations and, in particular,
magnetostriction effects, which constitute the main sources of sound in medium power transformers.
MINERA transformers
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Trihal
Cast resin dry-type transformers
Overview
Trihal is an indoor three-phase dry-type transformer up to 36kV and 3.15MVA. It is cast under vacuum in epoxy with a fireproof filler. The essential component of the active filler is trihydrated alumina, which is the origin of the Trihal trademark.
Trihal transformers are available in a wide range of voltages up to 36kV and 250kVA to 3.15MVA. Transformer can also be
equipped with different enclosures to suit your power distribution applications.
Trihal
 IP 00 - transformer without enclosure
 IP 31 - transformer with protective enclosure
 Higher IP rating for outdoor transformers available on request
Main characteristics
Applications
IEC 60076-11 standard defines 3 tests on one and the
same dry-type transformer.
Suitable for buildings, commercial and industry
applications. Trihal transformers are exceptional for
hoisting and lifting applications, due to the forced air
cooling option allowing temporary overloads.
 F1 (fire behaviour) - self extinguishing test
 C3 (climatic) - temperature shock test
 E3 (environment) - condensation, humidity and salt
water immersed test
Trihal with forced cooling
Design considerations
Transformer overload: due to ambient temperature variations transformer may need to be derated.
Thermal limits: for class F transformer, the temperature settings shall not exceed 130°C for over-temperature alarm and
150°C for trip.
Air forced cooling: forced ventilation allows up to 27% temporary overload without major modifications to your transformer.
Protective
enclosure IP21
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Transformers and Prefabricated Substations
BIOSCO
Medium voltage substation
Overview
Prefabricated substations are defined as an enclosure containing transformers, low voltage and high voltage
switchgear, connections and auxiliary equipment to supply low voltage energy from a high voltage system or vice versa.
Kiosk designs may have different configurations depending on the requirements of the site “footprint” and access.
 IN05 - Up to 500 kVA
 IN10 - Up to 1000 kVA
 IN16 - Up to 2000 kVA
FBX
Main characteristics
Applications
Safety
Wind farm solutions - The initial design of a wind farm
can have profound implications for its future profitability.
Once a site has been identified and a decision taken to
invest in its development, the wind farm design process
begins. The fundamental aim is to maximise energy
production, minimise capital and operational costs and
stay within the constraints imposed by the site. The kiosk
substation for wind farms have to take into account many
variables like the environment (oil containment), exposure
to windy weather and connection to the grid.
Prefabricated substations contain electrical equipment,
often located in a public environment, requiring them to
meet the highest safety standards.
The risk of equipment failure in a prefabricated substation
is minimised through the design. In the rare occasion of
medium voltage equipment failure, an internal arc rated
kiosk design minimises the risk of injury to near public or
an operator working with the kiosk door open.
Electrical utility solutions - For electrical utilities,
long blackout periods and voltage fluctuations are
unacceptable. Their primary needs include safety of
supply and continuity of service, due to increasing
pressures from the mandatory measurement of customer
service and customer expectations.
Industrial solutions - Reliability of supply for industrial
customers is critical. A power outage can cost millions of
rupees depending on the type of industry. Their primary
needs include quality of supply, energy efficiency and
continuity of service.
RN2C
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BIOSCO prefabricated substation up to 33 kV
Overview
High voltage/low voltage (HV/LV) factory tested outdoor prefabricated substations
have been largely used for more than 30 years. Prefabricated substations are defined
as an enclosure containing transformers, low voltage and high voltage switchgear,
connections and auxiliary equipment to supply low voltage energy from a high voltage
system or vice versa.
Schneider Electric continues to design prefabricated substations at the highest level of
safety for the operator and the public.
Safety
The risk of equipment failure in a kiosk substation is minimised through the design. In rare
occasions of medium voltage equipment failure, an internal arc rated kiosk design minimises
the risk of injury to nearby public or an operator working with the kiosk doors open.
The design ensures that extremely hot gases generated during a fault are cooled via a
patented filter, reducing the effects of overpressure and flame within the enclosure. The
design limits the release of projectiles and flaming particles, which could potentially injure
the public, operators or start bushfires.
Schneider Electric has invested in safety studies over the years to provide the safest
possible solutions for our customers and general public.
Our new range of BIOSCO design is type tested to ensure personnel and operator
protection against internal arc faults as per latest IEC 622701-202. They have an internal
arc classification of IAC-AB and are rated to withstand an internal arc fault of 20kA for 1s.
Environment
A substation should be designed to ensure internal connections are protected from
extreme environmental conditions, such as high temperatures, rainfall, dust and wind.
Schneider Electric’s rigorous testing and graphic modelling ensures proper ventilation,
protection against incoming water, sealed connections and secure locked doors.
The BIOSCO design is not only protected against the environment, they also help to
protect the environment.
At the end of the substation life cycle our service offer makes sure that all materials are
handled with respect to the environment.
FLUSARC
Smart substation
Combining our substations with remote monitoring and control from the Easergy range, will help
to reduce outage times and significantly improve service quality and continuity of energy
supply. Modern communication infrastructure ensures that a network management system
can be set up step-by-step according to your investment plan, gaining benefits from the
start. Well planned and designed loop automation systems ensure that the majority of your
customers can be reconnected to the network during the first minute after an
outage occurs.
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Schneider Electric Field Services
Peace of mind
at every stage
of the lifecycle
Overview
Schneider Electric Field Services enables you to achieve your goals. Whether you’re preparing to install brand new
equipment, looking to extend the life of an existing installation, or planning to decommission an outdated facility,
we have the experience and service specialists to support you.
Mp4 at a glance
Maintenance
Modernisation
Monitoring
Management
Installation Assessment offers a best-in-class technical evaluation
 We conduct in-depth analysis of the current state of your equipment thereby optimizing technical performance,
ensuring safety and maintenance
 Includes services like MP4, protection co ordination, arc flash & network studies and audits
Deliverables
 A synthesis of critical issues related to safety
 4 improvement plans to guarantee installation reliability & schedule interventions
On-demand maintenance achieves the highest level of performance
Our on-demand maintenance services make your work simpler.
 Maintenance gives you access to experienced field-service engineers with proven
procedures and tools to fix and prevent problems with your installations, reducing
downtime and keeping your assets in top form. You can also set up best practices
tailored to each individual installation.
 We offer diagnosis of current issues along with concise, easy-to understand recommen-
dations and solutions. There’s also a spare parts service with product guarantees, fast
delivery of reliable replacement parts,
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After
Modernisation gives an extended installation lifetime
LV RETROFIT
 By upgrading LV Circuit Breakers using Plug&Play or Masterkit solutions, you take an
important first step toward higher energy efficiency in a smart, safe and simple way.
 With technologically advanced Circuit Breakers, you not only reduce the maintenance
costs but also have access to the latest spare parts.
Before
After
MV Retrofit (ECOFIT™)
Retrofitting old MV Circuit Breakers with latest state of the art Schneider Electric Circuit
Breakers (OCB, VCB).
With ECOFIT you get
 Engineered solution with manufacturer’s warranty.
 Less risk because no cable changes and no civil footprint changes.
 Technology benefits thanks to a solution using dependable latest technology.
 Safety of people and surrounding equipment.
 Enhances availability and dependability by reducing CB failures
Relay Retrofit
Retrofit for protection relays is the Schneider Electric approach to provide a cost-effective solution for previous generations
of protection and control relays manufactured by Schneider Electric and other manufacturers.
Schneider Electric retrofit designs are “Plug and Protect” solutions which are realized with our new generation of MiCOM,
VAMP and Sepam ranges.
Refurbishment
Schneider Electric provides various types of refurbishment solutions for your equipment like:
 Enhancement of existing installation, Sub-station equipment, etc to upgrade to latest
technology or addition in capacity.
 Panel extension & replacement / Sandwich Bus bar
 Repair of transformers at factory
Tailored maintenance services contracts improve asset management
By focusing on preventive maintenance that’s tailored specifically to your site and
processes, you can keep control over your budget and ensure a prompt response in the
case of any failure.
Our Maintenance services contract packages, include:
 Customized preventive and predictive maintenance plans
 Emergency on-site intervention
 Emergency spare part delivery
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MV Metal-Enclosed Switchgear
Technical information
Common International Standards
Type tests according to IEC62271-200 / AS62271.200
 IEC 60694: common clauses to high voltage switchgear
 n°1 - Dielectric tests
 IEC 62271-200: AC metal-enclosed switchgear and controlgear for
 n°2 - Measurement of the resistance of circuits
rated voltage above 1kV and upto and including 52 kV
 IEC 62271-100: high voltage alternating current circuit breakers
 IEC 62271-102: alternating current disconnectors and
 n°3 - Temperature-rise tests
Mandatory
tests
 n°4 - Short-time withstand current tests
 n°5 - Verification of the protection
Earthing switches
 n°6 - Verification of making and breaking capacities
 IEC 60470: high voltage alternating current contactors
 n°7 - Mechanical operation tests
 IEC 60265-1: high voltage switches
 IEC 60282-2: high voltage fuses
 n°8 - Pressure withstand tests
 IEC 60255: measurement relay and protection unit
 n°9 - Tests on non-metallic partitions and shutters
 IEC 60044-1: current transformers
 n°10 - Tightness tests
 IEC 60044-2: voltage transformers
 n°11 - Internal arcing test
 IEC 60529: degrees of protection provided by enclosures
 n°12 - EMC tests
Optional
tests
1. Internal arc classification
IAC switchgear:
Accessibility type:
Identification of
Power and duration of
Metal-enclosed
Type A - restricted to
protection:
fault:
switchgear, which meets
authorised personnel only.
F - front side
current/time
prescribed criteria for
Type B - unrestricted
L - lateral side
(example 25kA/1s)
protection of persons in
accessibility, including
R - rear side
the event of internal arc
that of the general public.
as demonstrated by the
Type C - accessibility
appropriate type tests.
restricted by out of reach
installation.
IAC A-FL 25kA/1s
Internal arc classification has to be proven with the relevant type test certificate
Each compartment with
live MV equipment has to
be tested
Installation conditions
which have to be met
All 5 criteria must pass tests
t Minimum ceiling height
 Cable/connection
 No fragmentation of the enclosure occurs
t Minimum installation
distance from wall
 Arcing does not cause holes in the accessible sides
compartment
 CB compartment
 Busbar compartment
 Correctly secured doors and covers that do not open
 Indicators do not ignite due to the effect of hot gases
 The enclosure remains connected to its Earthing point
2. Loss of service continuity
LSC-1: type of switchgear is not intended to
LSC-2: type of switchgear is intended to allow maximum continuity of service
provide service continuity during maintenance
of the network during access to the compartments inside the switchgear.
and may require complete disconnection of the
switchgear from the system before accessing
the interior of the enclosure.
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LSC-2A: when
LSC-2B: in addition to
accessing components
LSC-2A, the incoming
of one functional unit,
high voltage cables to
the other functional
the functional unit
units of the switchgear
being accessed may
may be kept in service.
be kept energised.
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Technical information
3. Partitioning classifications
PM
PI
Metallic shutters and partitions
Insulation-covered discontinuity in the
between live parts and the open
metallic partitions/shutters between live
compartment.
parts and the open compartment.
4. Degree of protection (IP ratings)
IP
1st numeral
2nd numeral
1st numeral: conforming to AS60529
protection against ingress of solid matter
0 No protection.
1 Full penetration of
50mm diameter
sphere not allowed.
Contact with
hazardous parts not
permitted.
2 Full penetration of
12.5mm diameter
sphere not allowed.
The jointed test
finger shall have
adequate clearance
from hazardous
parts.
3 The access probe
of 2.5mm diameter
shall not penetrate.
4 The access probe
of 1.0mm diameter
shall not penetrate.
5 Limited ingress of
dust permitted (no
harmful deposit).
6 Totally protected
against ingress of
dust.
2nd numeral: conforming to AS60529
protection against ingress of water
0 No protection.
1 Protected against
vertically falling
drops of water.
Limited ingress
permitted.
2 Protected against
vertically falling
drops of water with
enclosure tilted 15°
from the vertical.
Limited ingress
permitted.
3 Protected against
sprays to 60° from
the vertical. Limited
ingress permitted
4 Protected against
water splashed from
all directions. Limited
ingress permitted.
5 Protected against
jets of water. Limited
ingress permitted.
6 Protected against
strong jets of water.
Limited ingress
permitted.
7 Protected against
the effects of
immersion between
15cm and 1m.
Additional letter (optional):
protection of persons against contact
with hazardous parts
A: Protection against access with the back
of the hand
B: Protected against access with
a finger (Ø 12mm)
C: Protected against access with
a tool (Ø 2.5mm)
D: Protected against access with
a wire (Ø 1.0mm)
Example:
IP41
Protection against vertically
falling water drops and solid
objects ≥ 1.0mm Ø
IP2XC
Protection against solid objects ≥ 12.5mm
Ø and live parts are not accessible by tools
≥ 2.5mm Ø
X
Where protection level is not specified, it
shall be replaced by the letter “X”.
8 Protected against
long periods of
immersion under
pressure.
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Conversion Factors and Tables
Temperature
Kelvin = ˚C + 273.16
Celsius = 5/9 (F-32)
Fahrenheit = 9C/5 + 32
Conversion table
To Convert
Centimetres
Feet
Gallons
Grams
Inches
Into
Inches
Feet
Metres
Millimetres
Centimetres
Inches
Metres
Miles
Yards
Pints
Litres
Quarts
Ounces
Pounds
Kilograms
Centimetres
Feet
Metres
Yards
Multiply By
0.394
0.0328
0.01
10
30.48
12
0.3048
0.0001894
0.333
8
3.785 (US)
4.54 (IMP)
4
0.035
0.002
0.001
2.54
0.0833
0.0254
0.0278
To Convert
Kilograms
Kilometres
Litres
Into
Grams
Ounces
Pounds
Feet
Metres
Miles
Yards
Cups
Pints
Gallons
Millilitres
Quarts
Metres
Centimetres
Feet
Inches
Kilometres
Miles
Millimetres
Yards
Multiply By
1,000
35.274
2.205
3281
1000
0.621
1.093
4.226
2.113 (US)
1.761 (IMP)
0.264 (US)
0.22 (IMP)
1000
0.066 (US)
0.055 (IMP)
100
3.281
39.3
0.001
0.0006214
1000
1.093
To Convert
Miles
Ounces
Pints
Pounds
Quarts
Yards
Into
Feet
Yards
Kilometres
Grams
Pounds
Kilograms
Litres
Quarts
Gallons
Grams
Ounces
Kilograms
Pints
Litres
Gallons
Inches
Feet
Metres
Miles
Multiply By
5.280
1.760
1.609
28.35
0.0625
0.028
0.473 (US)
0.568 (IMP)
0.5
0.125
453.59
16
0.454
2
0.946 (US)
1.136 (IMP)
0.25
36
3
0.914
0.0005682
Pressure
Pressure conversion information
Bar
1 bar = 14.5 psi
1 bar = 100 kPa
1 bar = 750 mm Hg
1 bar = 29.53 in. of mercury
PSI
1 psi = 6.895 kPA
1 psi = 51.71 mm Hg
1 psi = 2.036 in. of mercury
1 psi = 0.069 bar
kPA
1 kPA = 7.5188 mm Hg
1 kPA = 0.2953 in. of mercury
1 kPA = 0.01 bar
1 kPA = 0.145 psi
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Applications and Solutions
Power factor correction and harmonic filtering solutions
Energy quality with power factor correction and harmonic filtering
Most utilities have specific policies for billing reactive energy. Price penalties are applied if the active power/apparent power
ratio is not within the guidelines.
Solutions
Power factor correction
Every electric machine needs active and reactive power to operate. Power factor is used to identify the level of reactive
energy. If the power factor drops below the limit set by the utility, then power factor correction equipment can be installed
in order to avoid penalties. By correcting a poor power factor, these solutions also reduce kVA demand. The results are
a 5 to 10% lower electricity bill, cooler equipment operation and longer equipment life. In addition, proper power factor
correction helps optimise electrical network loading and improves reliability.
Harmonic filtering
Equipment such as drives, inverters, UPS, arc furnaces,
transformers during energisation and discharge lamps
generate harmonic currents and voltage distortion. These
harmonics stress the network, overload cables and
transformers, cause outages and disturb many types of
equipment such as computers, telephones and rotating
machines. The life of equipment can be greatly reduced.
MV capacitor bank selection guide
Step 1: basic data collection
Network characteristics:
t voltage U (V)
t network frequency (Hz).
Characteristics of installation:
t insulation voltage
t rated power of the transformer Sn (kVA)
t transformer short circuit voltage Usc (%)
t existing capacitor bank Qc (kvar).
Operating conditions:
t energy bills
t measurements of power:
P(kW) cos phi.
Step 2: calculation of the reactive power Qc (kvar)
The reactive power is determined either:
t from the electricity bills, depending on the method of recording the consumption of kvar
applied by the energy supplier
t from the electrical data of the installation.
The aim is:
t not to pay for the consumption of reactive energy and to ensure optimum use of the
transformers, cables and control and protection switchgear
t to satisfy the standards currently in force: compliance with a minimum cos phi, energy
quality standards.
Step 3: choice of type of capacitor bank according to the harmonics
The presence of non-linear
loads creates harmonic
currents and voltages. The
compensation equipment
is chosen according to the
value of these harmonics.
The HV or MV filters that
absorb the harmonic
currents in the electrical
installation consist mainly
of capacitors associated
with filtering reactors.
They are used to:
t bring the percentage of the distortion back to acceptable
values recommended by the energy distributors
t and also compensate for the reactive power.
Step 4: choice of type of compensation
Global compensation
The type of compensation
should bee chosen by
taking into account the
calculated reactive power
Qc (kvar) and the apparent
power Sn (MVA) of the
upstream transformer.
Motor compensation
Qc/Sn < 15% the reactive power of the capacitor banks
is constant and they are started up or shut down when a
predetermined kvar value is reached. It is an “on/off” type
of operation.
fixed compensation
Qc/Sn > 15% if automatic startup or shutdown for the
capacitor bank (controlled by Varlogic varmetric relay) is
specified, the reactive power of the capacitor banks is split
into “steps” with the possibility of starting or stopping more
or fewer steps. The reactive power corresponds to the
change in load requirements.
automatic compensation
• If there is no risk of self-excitation
the capacitor bank will be connected in parallel
with the motor.
• If there is a risk of self excitation
it is only possible to connect to the motor
terminals; the capacitor bank will be connected
to the busbar independently of the motor.
Step 5: selection table
Step 5: selection table
The recommended choice
is based on the network
insulation voltage, network
harmonic pollution level
and on the type of
compensation.
• If the power of the capacitor
bank to be installed is less
than 600kvar.
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• If the power of the capacitor
bank to be installed ≥ 600kvar
Insulation level
7.2kV
12kV
Slightly polluted network Fixed CP214
CP214
CP227
CP227
Auto CP253
CP253
Highly polluted network Fixed CP214 SAH CP214 SAH
Auto CP253 SAH CP253 SAH
CP227 SAH and CP254 SAH as a specific order.
17.5kV 24kV
36kV
CP227 CP227
CP254 CP254
CP227
CP254
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see the above table.
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Applications and Solutions
Capacitor bank sizing table
Based on the installation power (in kW) and power factor.
Given the installation power factor (cos ϕ) before compensation and the desired power factor after compensation, the table below can be used to obtain
the coefficient, which must be applied to the active power to determine the required capacitor bank output.
Before
compensation
tan ϕ
cos ϕ
2.29
2.22
2.16
2.10
2.04
1.98
1.93
1.88
1.83
1.78
1.73
1.69
1.64
1.60
1.56
1.52
1.48
1.44
1.40
1.37
1.33
1.30
1.27
1.23
1.20
1.17
1.14
1.11
1.08
1.05
1.02
0.99
0.96
0.94
0.91
0.88
0.86
0.83
0.80
0.78
0.75
0.72
0.70
0.67
0.65
0.62
0.59
0.57
0.54
0.51
0.48
0.40
0.41
0.42
0.43
0.44
0.45
0.46
0.47
0.48
0.49
0.50
0.51
0.52
0.53
0.54
0.55
0.56
0.57
0.58
0.59
0.60
0.61
0.62
0.63
0.64
0.65
0.66
0.67
0.68
0.69
0.70
0.71
0.72
0.73
0.74
0.75
0.76
0.77
0.78
0.79
0.80
0.81
0.82
0.83
0.84
0.85
0.86
0.87
0.88
0.89
0.90
Capacitor kvar output required per kW load to obtain the following values of power factor
cos ϕ (or tan ϕ)
tg ϕ
cos ϕ
0.75
0.80
1.557
1.474
1.413
1.356
1.290
1.230
1.179
1.130
1.076
1.030
0.982
0.936
0.894
0.850
0.809
0.769
0.730
0.692
0.665
0.618
0.584
0.549
0.515
0.483
0.450
0.419
0.388
0.358
0.329
0.299
0.270
0.242
0.213
0.186
0.159
0.132
0.105
0.079
0.053
0.026
0.59
0.86
1.691
1.625
1.561
1.499
1.441
1.384
1.330
1.278
1.228
1.179
1.232
1.087
1.043
1.000
0.959
0.918
0.879
0.841
0.805
0.768
0.733
0.699
0.665
0.633
0.601
0.569
0.538
0.508
0.478
0.449
0.420
0.392
0.364
0.336
0.309
0.282
0.255
0.229
0.202
0.176
0.150
0.124
0.098
0.072
0.046
0.020
0.48
0.90
1.805
1.742
1.681
1.624
1.558
1.501
1.446
1.397
1.343
1.297
1.248
1.202
1.160
1.116
1.075
1.035
0.996
0.958
0.921
0.884
0.849
0.815
0.781
0.749
0.716
0.685
0.654
0.624
0.595
0.565
0.536
0.508
0.479
0.452
0.425
0.398
0.371
0.345
0.319
0.292
0.266
0.240
0.214
0.188
0.162
0.136
0.109
0.083
0.054
0.028
0.46
0.91
1.832
1.769
1.709
1.651
1.585
1.532
1.473
1.425
1.370
1.326
1.276
1.230
1.188
1.144
1.103
1.063
1.024
0.986
0.949
0.912
0.878
0.843
0.809
0.777
0.744
0.713
0.682
0.652
0.623
0.593
0.564
0.536
0.507
0.480
0.453
0.426
0.399
0.373
0.347
0.320
0.294
0.268
0.242
0.216
0.190
0.164
0.140
0.114
0.085
0.059
0.031
0.43
0.92
1.861
1.798
1.738
1.680
1.614
1.561
1.502
1.454
1.400
1.355
1.303
1.257
1.215
1.171
1.130
1.090
1.051
1.013
0.976
0.939
0.905
0.870
0.836
0.804
0.771
0.740
0.709
0.679
0.650
0.620
0.591
0.563
0.534
0.507
0.480
0.453
0.426
0.400
0.374
0.347
0.321
0.295
0.269
0.243
0.217
0.191
0.167
0.141
0.112
0.086
0.058
0.40
0.93
1.895
1.831
1.771
1.713
1.647
1.592
1.533
1.485
1.430
1.386
1.337
1.291
1.249
1.205
1.164
1.124
1.085
1.047
1.010
0.973
0.939
0.904
0.870
0.838
0.805
0.774
0.743
0.713
0.684
0.654
0.625
0.597
0.568
0.541
0.514
0.487
0.460
0.434
0.408
0.381
0.355
0.329
0.303
0.277
0.251
0.225
0.198
0.172
0.143
0.117
0.089
0.36
0.94
1.924
1.840
1.800
1.742
1.677
1.626
1.567
1.519
1.464
1.420
1.369
1.323
1.281
1.237
1.196
1.156
1.117
1.079
1.042
1.005
0.971
0.936
0.902
0.870
0.837
0.806
0.775
0.745
0.716
0.686
0.657
0.629
0.600
0.573
0.546
0.519
0.492
0.466
0.440
0.413
0.387
0.361
0.335
0.309
0.283
0.257
0.230
0.204
0.175
0.149
0.121
0.33
0.95
1.959
1.896
1.836
1.778
1.712
1.659
1.600
1.532
1.497
1.453
1.403
1.357
1.315
1.271
1.230
1.190
1.151
1.113
1.076
1.039
1.005
0.970
0.936
0.904
0.871
0.840
0.809
0.779
0.750
0.720
0.691
0.663
0.634
0.607
0.580
0.553
0.526
0.500
0.474
0.447
0.421
0.395
0.369
0.343
0.317
0.291
0.264
0.238
0.209
0.183
0.155
0.29
0.96
1.998
1.935
1.874
1.816
1.751
1.695
1.636
1.588
1.534
1.489
1.441
1.395
1.353
1.309
1.268
1.228
1.189
1.151
1.114
1.077
1.043
1.008
0.974
0.942
0.909
0.878
0.847
0.817
0.788
0.758
0.729
0.701
0.672
0.645
0.618
0.591
0.564
0.538
0.512
0.485
0.459
0.433
0.407
0.381
0.355
0.329
0.301
0.275
0.246
0.230
0.192
0.25
0.97
2.037
1.973
1.913
1.855
1.790
1.737
1.677
1.629
1.575
1.530
1.481
1.435
1.393
1.349
1.308
1.268
1.229
1.191
1.154
1.117
1.083
1.048
1.014
0.982
0.949
0.918
0.887
0.857
0.828
0.798
0.796
0.741
0.712
0.685
0.658
0.631
0.604
0.578
0.552
0.525
0.499
0.473
0.447
0.421
0.395
0.369
0.343
0.317
0.288
0.262
0.234
I=
kVA x 1000
0.20
0.98
2.085
2.021
1.961
1.903
1.837
1.784
1.725
1.677
1.623
1.578
1.529
1.483
1.441
1.397
1.356
1.316
1.277
1.239
1.202
1.165
1.131
1.096
1.062
1.030
0.997
0.966
0.935
0.905
0.876
0.840
0.811
0.783
0.754
0.727
0.700
0.673
0.652
0.620
0.594
0.567
0.541
0.515
0.489
0.463
0.437
0.417
0.390
0.364
0.335
0.309
0.281
0.14
0.99
2.146
2.082
2.022
1.964
1.899
1.846
1.786
1.758
1.684
1.639
1.590
1.544
1.502
1.458
1.417
1.377
1.338
1.300
1.263
1.226
1.192
1.157
1.123
1.091
1.058
1.007
0.996
0.966
0.937
0.907
0.878
0.850
0.821
0.794
0.767
0.740
0.713
0.687
0.661
0.634
0.608
0.582
0.556
0.530
0.504
0.478
0.450
0.424
0.395
0.369
0.341
0.0
1
2.288
2.225
2.164
2.107
2.041
1.988
1.929
1.881
1.826
1.782
1.732
1.686
1.644
1.600
1.559
1.519
1.480
1.442
1.405
1.368
1.334
1.299
1.265
1.233
1.200
1.169
1.138
1.108
1.079
1.049
1.020
0.992
0.963
0.936
0.909
0.882
0.855
0.829
0.803
0.776
0.750
0.724
0.698
0.672
0.645
0.620
0.593
0.567
0.538
0.512
0.484
E.g. Calculate the required kvar output for a 500kW installation
to raise the power factor from cos ϕ = 0.75 (tan ϕ = 0.88) to cos ϕ = 0.93 (tan ϕ = 0.4)
Qc = 500 x 0.487 = 244 kvar, whatever the system rated voltage.
Useful Formulas:
P.f. = cos ϕ =
kW
kVA
kW =
√ 3 VA cos ϕ
1000
kVAr =
√ 3 VA sin ϕ
1000
KVA =
√3 VA
1000
√3V
Ic = kVAr x 1000
√3V
Where:
P.f. = power factor; kW = active power; kVAr = reactive power; kVA = apparent power; V = volts; A = amps; I = line current; Ic = rated capacitor current.
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current [to allow for capacitor and voltage tolerances and harmonic currents.]
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Applications and Solutions
Motor starting
FVNR full voltage (direct on line) motor starter
Applies the system line voltage to motor terminals to start a motor. The resulting inrush
current can be high, ranging from 400% to 1000% of full load current. Fig. 1 shows the
typical inrush current of 600%. Full voltage starting also provides high starting torque (about
150% of full load torque).
Full voltage motor starters are the most widely used and meet most of applications.
Motorpact FVNR motor starter is particularly suitable, due to its simple and cost-effective
design, compact footprint, easy operation and low maintenance
Reduced voltage motor starters
Starting with reduced voltage decreases the full load current (FLC) at the motor terminals
in proportion to the voltage reduction while the full load torque (FLT) is reduced by the
square of the voltage reduction.
Reductions are done with either an autotransformer, a primary reactor or a SoftStart
electronic device.
RAVT auto-transformer motor starter
It provides maximum starting torque with minimal line current. Due to transformer action,
the line current will be 25%, 42% or 64% of full voltage values for the 50%, 65% or 80%
taps respectively.
The two methods of transitioning from full voltage to reduced voltage are open and closed
transitions:
t open transition disconnects the motor from the power source for a brief time, allowing
the motor to act as a generator. However, when reconnected, transients are produced
that can damage the motor
t closed transition never disconnects the motor from the power source.
Motorpact RVAT auto-transformer motor starter uses the closed transition, or
Korndorfer method.
The transition from reduced voltage to full voltage on Motorpact motor starters can be
based on current or time. The overcurrent relay of the Sepam 41 monitors the motor current.
When the motor current drops below the preset value, the relay signals the motor starter to
full voltage.
If the controller does not transition to full voltage in a preset time (acceleration time plus two
seconds), an incomplete sequence relay signals the controller to stop. Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 show
motor starting with auto-transformer, showing that the starting torque is slower than for full
voltage.
RVSS soft start motor starter
A central processing unit (CPU) controls the reduced voltage applied to the motor, by
phasing angle firing the SCR power module, and then slowly and gently increases torque
through control of the voltage and current until the motor accelerates to full speed.
Motorpact RVSS SoftStart motor starter can have different starting settings:
Voltage ramp with current limit: the initial torque setting applies just enough voltage to
the motor to cause the motor shaft to begin to turn. This voltage is gradually increased
Constant current: the current is immediately increased to the current limit point and
held here until the motor reaches the full speed. The voltage is function of the necessary
torque
Torque regulation: control of the acceleration, current and voltage are function of the
torque; see Fig. 4 and Fig. 5
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Applications and Solutions
Automatic transfer system
Because a MV power supply interruption is unacceptable, especially in critical applications,
an automatic system is required for MV source transfer.
For your peace of mind, RM6 enables automatic control and management of power sources
in your medium voltage secondary distribution network with a short time (less than 10
seconds), guaranteeing the hi reliability of your installation.
ATS 1/2
On loss of voltage on L1, the automatic transfer system automatically switches to L2.
Consider a network with two medium voltage network sources supplying a transformer.
With the automatic control feature provided by the T200, on loss of voltage on the main
line L1, the automatic transfer system automatically switches to the backup line L2. The
flexibility of the T200 allows for 3 different operating modes to dictate what will happen
after switching to the backup line.
Case 1: as soon as voltage returns to L1, the ATS changes back to the main line.
Case 2: the ATS does not change back to the main line. Flow of power continues on L2
except in the event of a voltage loss on L2.
Case 3: ATS does not change back to the main line. Flow of power continues on L2
regardless of the voltage on the two lines.
For a network with a changeover between a distribution system line and a generator,
the option for 3 different operating modes is also available; similar to the example above.
The ATS also provides the option for sending out a generator start up signal for this
configuration
ATS 2/3
On loss of voltage on one line, the ATS opens this line and closes the bus coupler.
The combination of the RM6 switchboard and Easergy T200 provides a hi-reliable and
pre-tested solution that ensures the availability of your energy.
Consider a source changeover between 2 incoming lines L1 and L2 and a busbar
coupling switch. On loss of voltage on the main line L1, the ATS open this line and
closes the busbar coupler. This allows that load to be power from the backup line L2. The
flexibility of the T200 allows for 2 different operating modes to dictate what will happen
next in this configuration.
Case 1: as soon as voltage returns to L1, the ATS changes back to the main line. (the
switch for L1 closes and the busbar coupler is opened)
Case 2: voltage presence is monitored during a configurable period. If the voltage
disappears during this period, the coupling switch is opened and the ATS is locked.
2 VPIS-VO
Voltage sensor: dedicated version of VPIS with voltage output signal.
2 VD23
Voltage detector: a relay is activated when a loss of voltage is detected from the VPIS
voltage output signal.
2 FPI
Fault passage indicator: if a fault current is detected, the automatic transfer system is
locked in order to avoid closing the healthy line onto the fault.
1 T200 I + switch
function motorised
From the digital input coming from the VD23 and the FPI information, T200 I takes the
decision to switch from one line to another.
Communication to SCADA: optionally, communication facilities may be added.
Modems: PSTN, Radio, GSM/GPRS, Ethernet,...
Protocols: Modbus, IEC 870-5-101, DNP3,...
Functions: dual port, remote configuration,...
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Applications and Solutions
Network automation
Enterprise
Utility
Energy market
Planning
Control room
Asset management
CRM Billing
ERP
3rd party
Enterprise integration bus
Data integration
GIS
EMS
DMS
OMS
Historian
MDM
Real-time integration bus
ADMS
SCADA
Comm infrastructure
AMM/AMI
Transmission
Distribution
Residential
Centralised Generation
Sensors IEDs
Energy
services
Substation
automation
Feeder
automation
Smart/metering
AMM/AMI
Electrical network
Industry
Residential
Efficient Home
Commercial & Industrial
Efficient Enterprise
Buildings
Infrastructure Data Centres
Renewable Energy Plants
Distribution Generation
Distribution Generation
Schneider Electric’s range of switchgear can be remotely controlled or provide fully automatic supply restoration. The switchgear can be readily embedded in
a centralised scheme or can have automation restoration logic embedded in the firmware of the associated controllers such that the switchgear can, intelligently and
independent of other SCADA systems, restore supplies to all healthy sections of a circuit following a fault. This restoration can be achieved with or without
the need for communications depending on the network and customer preferences. In either case, the switchgear is usually remotely controlled and the
switchgear will automatically report the revised circuit and switchgear status to the central master station.
Schneider Electric also offers a highly sophisticated Advanced Distribution Management System, which has an embedded FDIR, Fault Detection Isolation and
Restoration Algorithm. The centralised ADMS system has embedded state estimation to precisely define the network model, and process an unbalanced
load flow algorithm based on that model together with telemetered real-time data recovered from the network. FDIR can operate in manual or automatic
mode. In manual mode, post fault, the system will recommend the switching steps required to isolate the minimum faulted section of line and restore supplies
to the healthy parts of the circuit. The system continually calculates the available capacity on each circuit and in the event that there is insufficient capacity
to pick up the load lost, the scheme will transfer some load from the proposed back feed circuit to adjacent circuits. The scheme is fully dynamic and works
regardless of the network running arrangement. In automatic mode the scheme utilises remotely controlled switchgear and automatically undertakes all of these
isolation and supply restoration steps completely independent from the operator. This scheme is optimised to work with Schneider Electric switchgear, but
works with any switchgear that uses standard telemetry protocols.
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Applications and Solutions
Solutions for the oil and gas industry
Schneider Electric’s industry experience and focus on innovation can help you to achieve your performance potential.
Offering custom engineered solutions with proven technology, Schneider Electric can ensure optimised levels of
availability while protecting your processes and operations at every stage.
Resource Extraction
Manage oil and gas production from the well to the field with four integrated offers that increase efficiency and reduce
mechanical failures and downtime.
E-Houses for offshore and onshore, Floating Production Storage and Offloading Units (FPSO)
Complete and modular E-House design delivering compact, efficient, and cost-effective power substations.
Seabed Electrical Distribution
A cost-effective, modular solution with high liability for onshore to 60 MV subsea processing located at up to
3000m deep.
Pipeline Management
Complete pipeline distribution solutions that helps increase safety, enhance reliability and improve operational
performance and profitability.
Energy Management and Control Systems (EMCS)
Complete power distribution solutions for large oil & gas sites (refineries, petrochemical and LNG plants) based on IEC
61850 Standards.
Integrated Security Solutions
Supported by an open but secure telecom backbone, with high-performance CCTV and efficient access control.
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Applications and Solutions
Solutions for the mining industry
Environmental
impact of
hydrometalurgical
process
Cathode and anode
handling (and tracing)
Energy efficiency
Environmental
sustainability of residual
contaminant waste
Online production
management reports
- integration with
laboratory information
management system
- integration with
online analysers
Online cost monitoring
Plant energy monitoring
Consumables monitoring
Maintenance tools
- downtime analysis
- scheduling
- asset management
Flexible and scalable architectures
Tools for maintenance, optimisation
and production improvement
Plant consumables, water, emissions,
rejects monitoring
Gas emission control
Smelting optimisation
Fuel efficiency
Gas emissions
control
Increase revenue
Lower plant costs
Extended mine life cycle
Improve health and
safety
Reduce environmental
impact
Video surveillance and
monitoring
Reliable automation
systems (that bring less
human interaction with
dangerous equipment
Safe electrical
systems to protect
people and equipment
under operation and
maintenance
Schneider Electric’s global mining experience has led to the refinement of tools and systems that are adaptable to each
individual mining application. Intelligent systems make it possible to maximise revenue generation by gathering and
processing the information needed to optimise production performances and costs.
In addition to pre-developed architectures greatly reducing system design costs, substantial operating savings can also
be made through maintenance management services and energy efficient practices.
Architecture scalability permits installations to be expanded as and when demand trends shift. This flexibility, combined
with process oriented design tools, allows for tightly knitted solutions, precisely integrating all mining processes, which
simultaneously reduce resource wastage.
Through integrating technologies across multiple domains of expertise, Schneider Electric is capable of delivering
end-to-end solutions for the mining sector.
Increase revenue
Increase revenue and production capacity through information management, demand chain visualisation and remote
operations.
Reduce costs
Reduce design, implementation and operating costs by using proven and standard architectures and deploying them in a
rapid and controlled manner.
Total integration
Integrated technology from the boardroom to the device means a standards approach can be taken to expansion
projects, essentially “cookie cutting’ the way to increased capacity.
Turnkey project management
Utilise Schneider Electric capability to turnkey your project and manage your procurement, design and installation risk
through a single contract.
Efficient deployment
Delivering packaged electrical and automation solutions. Containerised data centres, control rooms and packaged
substations means your entire electrical and automation infrastructure can be delivered and installed at site pre-tested
and ready to commission.
Contribute to sustainable development
Improve health, safety and people development and reduce environmental impact.
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Applications and Solutions
Solutions for railway
From products...
to system architectures... to railway solutions
Infrastructure
• Medium voltage
• Transformers
• Automation
• Flexible distribution
• Substation automation
• Smart grids, Traffic control
• Ticketing & Fare Collection
• Railways electrical systems
• Trackside power supply
• Energy Management
• Smart Business Management
• Living space
management
• Renewable (PV)
solutions
• Green Stations
Power
• Low voltage
• Installation systems and
control
• Renewable inverters
• Industrial automation and
control
• Machine control
• Process management
• On-board automation
• Signalling automation
• Critical power
• Critical cooling
• IT/server room
• UPS systems
• Secured Signalling
• Secured IT centres
• Secured passenger
stations
• Building automation
• Video surveillance
• Integrated security
management
• HVAC control
• Lighting control
• BMS
• Passenger stations
security
• Infrastructure surveillance
• Stations Energy
Efficiency
• Smart Stations
Industry
IT
Buildings
One stop shop partner
Complete offer for:
• Electrical Supply for
traction power, signalling,
stations
• Substation Automation
• Network Management
Systems / SCADA /
Distribution Automation
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Delivered as:
• Renewable energy
connectivity
• Integrated, customised
solutions (turnkey
systems, equipment)
• Energy Management
services
• Dedicated services
• Ticketing Systems
• Stand-alone products
• Communication Systems
• Secure Power Solutions
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Applications and Solutions
Solutions for the water industry
Reducing design and
construction costs
Desalination
plant
Reducing operating costs
Tank station or
booster station
Treatment plant
Household
Pumping station and
recovery station
Lifting station
Waste water
treatment
Restoration in natural
environment
Schneider Electric addresses water management challenges with flexible, efficient solutions ranging from simple pump
control through to integrated process plant architectures - ensuring optimal reliability, availability and safety.
Reducing design and construction cost and time
Optimising time and cost requires structured design tools. These range from pre-developed automation architectures and
object libraries to electrical network calculations for each type of pumping station and treatment plant.
Reducing plant operating costs
The application of innovative, energy-efficient hardware and software produces substantial energy bill and maintenance
savings. These include motor control systems and power optimisation solutions such as harmonic filtering and power
factor correction.
Remote station management
Telemetry solutions ensure precise coordination of multiple sites allowing for continuous measurement, data recording,
remote configuration, adjustment, signalling and maintenance.
Process life cycle support and services
Support is available throughout water plant life cycles ensuring maximised process uptime and equipment lifespan.
Services include spares and repairs, maintenance contracts, productivity/upgrade consulting and training.
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Because without reliable power,
a building is out of business
Introducing Premset MV switchgear, flexible architecture that
improves peace of mind and reduces total cost of ownership
Switchgear designed for enhanced peace of mind
Architecture with distributed intelligence
Because business relies on the availability of electricity, buildings need their medium
voltage distribution systems not only to be reliable, but also to be energy efficient,
durable, and able to adapt to changing business needs.
The Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs) used in Premset
solutions allow for easy integration, with a plug-and-play
scanning system for easy configuration.
But the operators of these systems require more. Peace of mind is paramount, and
can only be achieved with low-maintenance switchgear that helps ensure the safety of
both people and assets. Switchgear that provides monitoring and lowers the total cost
of ownership is critical.
Stress-free installation, upgrading, and maintenance
By combining proven technologies with a modular architecture and the Shielded Solid
Insulation System, PremsetTM MV switchgear represents a breakthrough innovation
in MV distribution. Additionally, its compact and easily upgradeable design optimizes
your costs through:
> Maintenance-free operation
> Compact size
> Extended life
> Easy installation and upgrades
The 3-in-1 architecture means its operation is not only intuitive — it’s the safest
switchgear in its class. And, due to an SF6-free design, end-of-life is made easier,
with no need to worry about future legislation.
Notes
Notes
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Noida
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South
Chandigarh
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