DF-2 User`s manual - Elpro

DF-2 User`s manual - Elpro
MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR
THE MODULAR CONCEPT
User's manual
THE SPECIALIST IN MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR
SwitchGear Company nv - Moorstraat 24 - B-9850 Nevele
Tel: +32 (0)9/321.91.12 - Fax: +32 (0)9/321.91.13 - e-mail: [email protected] - www.switchgearcompany.be
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mechanical), without the prior, explicit written authorisation of SwitchGear Company nv
The information provided is based on general data concerning the construction known at the time of publication, material
qualities and working methods, so that the right to make changes is reserved.
The information given is applicable to the standard version of the DF-2 Medium Voltage Switchgear. Therefore
SwitchGear Company nv. cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from specifications that differ from the standard
version of the DF-2 Medium Voltage Switchgear.
The available information has been assembled with the greatest possible care but SwitchGear Company nv. cannot be
held liable for any mistakes in the information or the consequences thereof.
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concerning the protection of trademarks cannot be considered to be free.
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CONTENTS
Contents......................................................................................................... iii Preface ......................................................................................................... viii This document ......................................................................................................................... viii Pictograms and safety symbols in and on the medium voltage switchgear ............................. viii Pictograms in the documentation ............................................................................................ viii Related documentation .............................................................................................................. ix Service and technical support ..................................................................................................... x Identification of the cubicles ........................................................................................................ x General safety directions and instructions ................................................................................. xi Intended use ............................................................................................................................. xii 1 General description .............................................................................. 1-1 1.1 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.2.1 1.2.3 1.2.3.1 1.2.3.2 1.2.3.3 1.2.3.4 1.2.4 1.2.4.1 1.2.4.2 1.2.4.2.1 1.2.4.2.2 1.2.4.3 1.2.5 1.2.6 1.2.7 1.2.8 1.2.8.1 1.2.8.2 DF-2, the modular concept ................................................................................... 1-1 Compartmenting ................................................................................................... 1-2 Bus bar compartment ........................................................................................... 1-3 Apparatus compartment ....................................................................................... 1-3 Load break switch ................................................................................................. 1-3 Cable compartment .............................................................................................. 1-3 Earthing switch ..................................................................................................... 1-3 Fuse switch combination ...................................................................................... 1-4 Circuit breaker ...................................................................................................... 1-4 Provisions for the fixing of the feeding cables ...................................................... 1-4 Mechanical drive and low voltage compartment ................................................... 1-5 Synoptic diagram .................................................................................................. 1-5 Drive mechanism .................................................................................................. 1-6 Combination load break switch – earthing switch ................................................. 1-6 Combination load break switch – fuses ................................................................ 1-6 Options and accessories ...................................................................................... 1-6 Cable cubicle ........................................................................................................ 1-7 Transformer cubicle .............................................................................................. 1-7 Measuring cubicle ................................................................................................. 1-7 The various DF-2 cubicles .................................................................................... 1-7 Standard equipment per cubicle ........................................................................... 1-7 Short description ................................................................................................... 1-8 2 Technical specifications ...................................................................... 2-1 2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.2.5 2.2.6 2.2.7 2.2.8 2.2.9 2.2.10 2.2.11 Electrical specifications ......................................................................................... 2-1 Dimensions and weights ....................................................................................... 2-2 DF-A cubicle ......................................................................................................... 2-2 DF-P cubicle ......................................................................................................... 2-2 DF-D cubicle ......................................................................................................... 2-2 DF-D-W cubicle .................................................................................................... 2-2 DF-EDN-D cubicle ................................................................................................ 2-2 DF-EDN-LK cubicle .............................................................................................. 2-2 DF-AAD cubicle .................................................................................................... 2-3 DF-LK cubicle ....................................................................................................... 2-3 DF-K cubicle ......................................................................................................... 2-3 DF-T cubicle ......................................................................................................... 2-4 DF-C cubicle ......................................................................................................... 2-4 3 Transport and storage .......................................................................... 3-1 3.1 DW602311
Safety instructions – transport .............................................................................. 3-1 iii
3.2 Safety instructions – storage ................................................................................ 3-1 4 Installation ............................................................................................. 4-1 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.2.1 4.1.2.2 4.1.2.3 4.1.2.4 4.1.2.5 4.1.2.6 4.1.2.7 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.4.1 4.4.1.1 4.4.1.2 4.4.1.3 4.4.2 4.4.2.1 4.4.2.2 4.4.2.3 4.4.3 4.4.3.1 4.4.3.1.1 4.4.3.1.2 4.4.3.1.3 4.4.3.1.4 4.4.3.1.5 4.4.3.1.6 4.4.3.2 4.4.3.2.1 4.4.3.2.2 4.4.3.2.3 4.4.3.2.4 4.4.3.2.5 4.4.3.2.6 4.4.3.3 4.4.3.3.1 4.4.3.3.2 4.4.3.4 4.4.3.4.1 4.4.3.4.2 4.4.3.5 4.4.3.5.1 4.4.3.5.2 4.4.3.6 4.4.3.6.1 4.4.3.6.2 4.4.3.7 iv
Safety instructions – installation ........................................................................... 4-1 General ................................................................................................................. 4-1 Recommendations – installation area ................................................................... 4-1 Floor surface ......................................................................................................... 4-1 Surrounding conditions ......................................................................................... 4-1 Ventilation ............................................................................................................. 4-2 Free height of the installation area ....................................................................... 4-2 The sizes of the entrance doors of the installation area ....................................... 4-3 Free passage in front of the cubicles .................................................................... 4-3 Internal arc protection ........................................................................................... 4-3 Unpacking ............................................................................................................. 4-4 Erection................................................................................................................. 4-5 Cubicle assembly.................................................................................................. 4-7 Connecting the cubicles ........................................................................................ 4-7 Kit as described hereunder ................................................................................... 4-7 Preparation ........................................................................................................... 4-7 Assembly procedures ........................................................................................... 4-8 Assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces ............................................ 4-9 Kit as described hereunder ................................................................................... 4-9 Preparation ........................................................................................................... 4-9 Assembly procedures ........................................................................................... 4-9 Fitting the bus bars ............................................................................................. 4-10 Medium voltage switchgear 800 A – available kits for bus bars ......................... 4-10 Kit DS178001 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-10 Kit DS178003 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-11 Kit DS178002 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-11 Kit DS178004 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-12 Kit DS178005 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-12 Kit DS178006 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-13 Medium voltage switchgear 1,250 A - available kits for bus bars ....................... 4-13 Kit DS178011...................................................................................................... 4-13 Kit DS178012...................................................................................................... 4-14 Kit DS178013...................................................................................................... 4-14 Kit DS178014...................................................................................................... 4-15 Kit DS178015...................................................................................................... 4-15 Kit DS178016...................................................................................................... 4-16 Medium voltage switchgear (800 A) composed of two cubicles ......................... 4-17 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-17 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-17 Medium voltage switchgear (800 A) composed of three (or a different uneven
number of) cubicles ............................................................................................ 4-18 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-18 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-18 Medium voltage switchgear (800 A) composed by four (or a different even number
of) cubicles ......................................................................................................... 4-19 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-19 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-20 Medium voltage switchgear (1,250 A) composed of two cubicles ...................... 4-21 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-21 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-21 Medium voltage switchgear (1,250 A) composed of three (or another odd number
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4.4.3.7.1 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-22 4.4.3.7.2 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-23 4.4.3.8 Medium voltage switchgear (1,250 A) composed by four (or another even number
of) cubicles ......................................................................................................... 4-24 4.4.3.8.1 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-24 4.4.3.8.2 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-24 4.4.4 Assembly of the end panels ................................................................................ 4-25 4.4.4.1 Kit DF117500 as described hereunder ............................................................... 4-25 4.4.4.2 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-26 4.4.4.3 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-26 4.5 Greasing the earthing switch, the earthing knife spoons and the damping blocks4-27 4.6 Fitting the front panels ........................................................................................ 4-28 4.7 Assembly of the floor pans ................................................................................. 4-28 4.7.1 Kit DS178007...................................................................................................... 4-28 4.7.2 Preparation ......................................................................................................... 4-29 4.7.3 Assembly procedures ......................................................................................... 4-29 4.8 Refitting the door ................................................................................................ 4-30 4.9 Measuring the phase sequence.......................................................................... 4-31 4.10 Initial commissioning........................................................................................... 4-31 5 Use ......................................................................................................... 5-1 5.1 5.2 5.2.1 5.2.1.1 5.2.1.2 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.3.1 5.2.3.2 5.2.4 5.2.4.1 5.2.4.2 5.2.5 5.2.6 Safety instructions – use....................................................................................... 5-1 Operation .............................................................................................................. 5-1 Operating the combination load break switch earthing switch .............................. 5-2 Opening the load break switch and closing the earthing switch ........................... 5-2 Opening the earthing switch and closing the load break switch ........................... 5-3 Reading the capacitive voltage indicators ............................................................ 5-3 Operation of the double load break switch ........................................................... 5-3 Operation of the double load break switch ........................................................... 5-3 Closing the double load break switch ................................................................... 5-4 Operation of the combination load break switch – fuse ........................................ 5-4 Opening the load break switch and closing the earthing switch ........................... 5-5 Opening the earthing switch and closing the load break switch ........................... 5-5 Operating the circuit breaker and the relay ........................................................... 5-6 Operating the low voltage switch .......................................................................... 5-6 6 Maintenance .......................................................................................... 6-1 6.1 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.2.2.1 6.2.2.2 6.2.2.2.1 6.2.2.2.2 6.2.3 6.2.4 6.2.5 6.2.6 Safety instructions – maintenance ........................................................................ 6-1 Maintenance - general .......................................................................................... 6-1 General checking actions ..................................................................................... 6-2 Cleaning the DF-2 cubicles ................................................................................... 6-2 Cleaning the outside ............................................................................................. 6-2 Cleaning the inside ............................................................................................... 6-2 Sliding in and out the fix mounted circuit breaker (DF-D) ..................................... 6-3 Sliding in and out the withdrawable circuit breaker (DF-D-W) .............................. 6-4 Lubricating the earthing knife and the damping blocks (if present) ...................... 6-5 Switching of the switch(es) (DF-2 cubicles with an interruption function) ............. 6-6 Replacing the fuse (DF-P cubicles) ...................................................................... 6-6 Emptying the oil tray (DF-T cubicles with oil-filled transformers) .......................... 6-7 7 Connection diagrams ........................................................................... 7-1 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 DW602311
Numbering of terminals DF-A, DF-P en DF-D: part 1 ........................................... 7-1 Numbering of terminals DF-A, DF-P en DF-D: part 2 ........................................... 7-2 Numbering of terminals DF-P: part 3 .................................................................... 7-3 Numbering of terminals DF-D: part 3 .................................................................... 7-4 Numbering of terminals DF-A with motor Sibelgaz ............................................... 7-5 v
7.6 7.7 7.8 Numbering of terminals CT / VT ........................................................................... 7-6 Numbering of terminals DF-T: .............................................................................. 7-7 Numbering of terminals general ............................................................................ 7-8 8 DF-2 cubicles and the environment .................................................... 8-1 8.1 8.2 Packing material ................................................................................................... 8-1 Disposal of the cubicles ........................................................................................ 8-1 9 Mounting of options ............................................................................. 9-1 9.1 9.1.1 9.1.2 9.1.3 9.1.4 9.1.4.1 9.1.4.1.1 9.1.4.1.2 9.1.4.2 9.1.4.2.1 9.1.4.2.2 9.1.4.3 9.1.4.3.1 9.1.4.3.2 9.1.4.4 9.1.4.4.1 9.1.4.4.2 9.1.4.5 9.1.4.5.1 9.1.4.5.2 9.1.4.6 9.1.4.6.1 9.1.4.6.2 9.1.4.7 9.1.4.7.1 9.1.4.7.2 9.1.4.8 9.1.4.8.1 9.1.4.9 9.1.4.9.1 9.2 9.2.1 9.2.2 9.2.3 9.2.4 9.2.4.1 9.2.4.1.1 9.2.4.2 9.2.4.2.1 9.2.4.3 9.2.4.3.1 9.3 9.3.1 9.3.2 9.3.3 9.3.4 9.3.4.1 vi
Auxiliary contacts .................................................................................................. 9-2 Preparation for mounting ...................................................................................... 9-2 Mounting of auxiliary contacts - general ............................................................... 9-2 Final checking and commissioning ....................................................................... 9-3 Mounting of auxiliary contacts – specific (for each drive mechanism) .................. 9-3 DP – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch ............................................... 9-3 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................... 9-4 Mounting instructions ............................................................................................ 9-4 DA-K – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch ........................................... 9-5 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................... 9-6 Mounting instructions ............................................................................................ 9-6 DA-K-M – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch ....................................... 9-7 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................... 9-8 Mounting instructions ............................................................................................ 9-8 DA-EDN-D – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch .................................. 9-9 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................. 9-10 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-10 DA-M – Auxiliary contacts for the key lock on the load break switch/earth switch9-11 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................. 9-12 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-12 DA – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch/earth switch ........................ 9-13 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................. 9-14 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-15 DA-M – Auxiliary contacts on the earth switch ................................................... 9-16 Available auxiliary contacts ................................................................................. 9-16 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-17 DP – Auxiliary contact for indicating the status of fuses ..................................... 9-18 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-18 DP-M – Auxiliary contact for indicating the status of fuses ................................. 9-20 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-21 Key locks ............................................................................................................ 9-22 Preparation for mounting .................................................................................... 9-22 Mounting of key locks - general .......................................................................... 9-23 Final checking and commissioning ..................................................................... 9-24 Mounting of key locks – specific (for each drive mechanism) ............................. 9-24 DP – Key locks on the earth switch .................................................................... 9-24 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-24 DP – Key lock on the load break switch ............................................................. 9-26 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-27 DA-M – Key locks on the load break switch/earth switch ................................... 9-28 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-28 Shunt-trip releases.............................................................................................. 9-29 Preparation for mounting .................................................................................... 9-29 Mounting of shunt-trip releases - general ........................................................... 9-30 Final checking and commissioning ..................................................................... 9-30 Mounting of shunt-trip releases – specific (for each drive mechanism) .............. 9-30 DP, DP-M, DP-A, DP-A-M – Shunt-trip release on the load break switch .......... 9-30 DW602311
9.3.4.1.1 9.3.4.1.2 9.3.4.1.3 9.4 9.4.1 9.4.2 9.4.3 9.4.4 9.4.4.1 Available release types ....................................................................................... 9-30 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-31 Electrical monitoring with external power source ................................................ 9-33 Under-voltage releases ....................................................................................... 9-33 Preparation for mounting .................................................................................... 9-33 Mounting of under-voltage releases - general .................................................... 9-34 Final checking and commissioning ..................................................................... 9-34 Mounting of under-voltage releases – specific (for each drive mechanism) ....... 9-34 DP, DP-M, DP-A, DP-A-M – Under-voltage release delayed with minutia on the
load break switch ................................................................................................ 9-34 9.4.4.1.1 Available release types ....................................................................................... 9-34 9.4.4.1.2 Mounting instructions .......................................................................................... 9-35 DW602311
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PREFACE
This document
This document is intended as a reference with which qualified and trained operators can
transport, install, use and maintain the medium voltage switchgear in a safe and economic
way.
In this document the definition “medium voltage switchgear” is used to indicate a random –
but occurring in practice – combination of DF2 cubicles that, connected, form a customerspecific transformation or distribution switchgear. For details, see “General description”.
The chapters and sections are numbered. The page numbering (consisting of the chapter
number and the page number) and the document code can be found at the bottom of each
page.
In the documentation the words “left”, “right”, “front” and “behind” are used to indicate a
specific part of the medium voltage switchgear. The starting point for this is always the
position of the operator, standing at the front side of the switchgear.
Pictograms and safety symbols in and on the medium voltage
switchgear
Depending on the version, the following pictogram is used on the medium voltage
switchgear:
WARNING
Danger of high voltage
Access to the particular cubicle is only allowed after the cubicle itself, the directly
following and the previous cubicle are voltage free.
Pictograms in the documentation
In the user’s manual of the medium voltage switchgear, the following pictograms are used:
CAUTION
Procedures that can – when not carried out with the necessary care - result in
damage to the medium voltage switchgear, the surrounding area or the
environment.
WARNING
Danger of high voltage
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CAUTION
Entrapment danger
Notes, suggestions and advices
Make the cubicle in question, the immediately following one and the previous
cubicle voltage free, before carrying out the work described.
Open the load break switch as well as the earthing switch before carrying out the
work described.
Consult the indicated information sources first.
Protect the medium voltage switchgear from water or damp.
Related documentation
The following technical documentation is available for the medium voltage switchgear:
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Spare-parts list (AG608301)
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Technical brochure (AG601301)
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Service and technical support
For information concerning specific settings, maintenance or repair work that is not
mentioned here, please contact SwitchGear Company nv.
• In this case, always mention the following data:
−
cubicle type and voltage
−
serial number of the cubicle(s)
•
See “Identification of the cubicles”.
Identification of the cubicles
Each cubicle of the medium voltage switchgear is fitted
with an identification plate (fig. 0.01) and a stamped
serial number (fig. 0.02).
A
B
Identification plate
• See fig. 0.01:
C
A cubicle type
B voltage
C other technical specifications
0.01
Serial number
As standard, the stamped serial number (fig. 0.02A) is
on the front of the sidewall or on the horizontal wall,
level with the front panel (fig. 0.02B). The serial number
is visible after removing the front panel. See “Erection”.
A
B
0.02
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General safety directions and instructions
SwitchGear Company nv does not accept any liability for damage or injury caused by not
(strictly) following the safety directions and instructions, or by negligence during the
installation,
the use, the maintenance or the repair of the medium voltage switchgear and any
accompanying options.
Depending on the specific user circumstances or options fitted, extra safety instructions
may be necessary. Please contact SwitchGear Company nv immediately if you encounter
a potential danger when using the medium voltage switchgear.
The owner/operator of the medium voltage switchgear is fully responsible at all
times for following the locally applicable safety directions and guidelines.
User's manual
• Anyone who uses or operates the medium voltage switchgear, must know the contents
of the user's manual and follow the directions contained in it very closely.
The owner/operator must teach the users in accordance with the user's manual and
obey all directions and instructions.
• Never change the order of the actions to be taken.
• Always keep the user's manual in the vicinity of the medium voltage switchgear.
Pictograms and safety symbols
Pictograms, symbols and instructions fitted to the medium voltage switchgear are a part of
the safety equipment. They may not therefore be covered or removed and must be present
and clearly readable throughout the entire lifetime of the medium voltage switchgear.
• Replace or repair unreadable or damaged pictograms, symbols and instructions
immediately. Therefore, contact SwitchGear Company nv.
Operators
The performance of the work described (transport, installation, use and maintenance) is
strictly reserved for operators trained and qualified to do so who are familiar with the
dangers that can occur when using medium voltage switchgears. Temporary staff and
personnel in training may not operate the medium voltage switchgear in any way.
Technical specifications
• The technical specifications may not be changed.
• Modification of (parts of) the medium voltage switchgear is not permitted.
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Transport, storage, installation, use and maintenance
• See:
−
“Safety instructions – transport”
−
“Safety instructions – storage”
−
“Safety instructions – installation”
−
“Safety instructions – use”
−
“Safety instructions – maintenance”
Intended use
The medium voltage switchgear is exclusively designed to be used as transformation or
distribution switchgear, in accordance with the specifications and conditions provided by
SwitchGear Company nv. Any other or further use is not in conformity with the purpose 1.
SwitchGear Company nv accepts no liability for any damage or injury resulting from this.
The medium voltage switchgear is in accordance with the applicable standards and
guidelines. See the Technical Brochure (order number: AG601301).
•
Only use the medium voltage switchgear in technically perfect condition, in accordance
with the intended use described above.
Always keep sealed connections intact at all times. Breaking the sealed
connections irrevocably voids any claims under guarantee.
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"Intended use" as laid down in EN 292-1 is the use for which the technical product is suited as specified by
the manufacturer-including his directions in the sales brochure. In case of doubt it is the use that can be
deduced from the construction, the model and the function of the technical product that is considered normal
use. Operating the product within the limits of its intended use also involves observing the instructions in the
user manual.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1.1
DF-2, the modular concept
The DF-2 concept of SwitchGear Company nv offers the capability to custom assemble
any required transformation or distribution switchgear in a rational and economic way, by
using a number of functional basic modules: the DF-2 cubicles.
By combining these basic modules (and their options) in the correct manner, a customerspecific medium voltage switchgear is created (with a nominal voltage of 12, 17.5 or 24
kV) that offers a high level of operator safety.
The technical specifications of your medium voltage switchgear can be found on the name
plates on the cubicles. See “Identification of the cubicles”.
The modularity of the DF-2 concept is not limited to the ability to build various
configurations with the DF-2 cubicles. Each DF-2 cubicle on its own is also a assembly of
modules that – built into the compartments created for this purpose - determine the
function of the particular cubicle. See “Compartmenting”.
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1.2
Compartmenting
DF-2 cubicles with an interrupting function (DF-A, DF-P, DF-D, DF-D-W, DF-EDN-D,
DF-EDN-LK, DF-AAD and DF-LK) consists in an assembly of four compartments.
The arrangement of these compartments determines the functioning of the cubicle.
•
See:
−
“Bus bar compartment” (fig. 1.01D)
−
“Apparatus compartment” (fig. 1.01C)
−
“Cable compartment” (fig. 1.01B)
−
“Mechanical drive and low voltage compartment” (fig. 1.01A)
D
A
C
B
1.01
DF-2 cubicles without interrupting function (DF-K, DF-T and DF-C) have less
modularity. These cubicles distinguish themselves by the presence of:
−
provisions for feeding in the supply cables
−
provisions for current and voltage transformers
−
provisions to allow measurements (of energy consumption) and/or controls
•
1-2
See:
−
“Cable cubicle”
−
“Transformer cubicle”
−
“Measuring cubicle”
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Bus bar compartment
The bus bar compartment is behind the mechanical drive and low voltage compartment.
The various cubicles of the medium voltage switchgear are electrically connected by
means of a bus bar. The modular bus bar consists of three bars, made from electrolytic
copper F25, which should be fitted when the medium voltage switchgear is installed.
See “Fitting the bus bars”.
1.2.2
Apparatus compartment
The equipment compartment is between the bus bar compartment and the cable
compartment. Depending on the version, this compartment contains one or two load break
switches.
1.2.2.1 Load break switch
The RV 44 load break switch forms the physical segregation between the bus bar
compartment and the cable compartment.
The load break switch is filled with SF6 gas (sulphur hexafluoride) and sealed for life.
The special characteristics of the SF6 gas in the casing fulfil an isolating as well as an arc
extinguishing function.
The load break switch is a two-position switch that connects or interrupts the electrical
voltage between the high voltage cables and the bus bar. The position of the load break
switch is clearly indicated in the synoptic diagram. Depending on the version, the load
break switch is operated manually or electrically. See “Drive mechanism”.
1.2.3
Cable compartment
The cable compartment is behind the lockable, removable door. Depending on the version,
this compartment contains one or more of the following items:
−
−
−
−
EM 20 earthing switch
Fuse switch combination
Circuit breaker
Provisions for securing the supply cable(s)
1.2.3.1 Earthing switch
The EM 20 earthing switch is located underneath the RV 44 load break switch, on the right
wall of the cubicle. The switching is done in air (in contrast to that of the load break
switch).
The earthing switch is a two-position switch that opens the earthing knife (no earthing) or
closes it (visible earthing). The position of the earthing switch is clearly indicated on the
synoptic diagram.
Depending on the version, the load break switch is operated manually or electrically.
The earthing switch is housed with the load break switch in one, mechanically interlocked
drive mechanism. See “Drive mechanism”.
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1.2.3.2 Fuse switch combination
The fuse switch combination is a protecting device consisting of:
−
−
−
−
A RV 44 load break switch (see “Load break switch”)
An EM 20 earthing switch (see “Earthing switch”)
Fuse holders
A second earthing switch (auxiliary earthing switch) for eventual dispersing of residual
currents
With a fuse switch combination, both earthing switches are mechanically interconnected
allowing a simultaneously opening or closing.
1.2.3.3 Circuit breaker
The circuit breaker is protecting the output feeders, transformers and motors.
Depending on the version, the circuit breaker is of the fixed type (but easily removable)
or of the withdrawable type.
1.2.3.4 Provisions for the fixing of the feeding cables
Thanks to the following provisions the feeding cables can be connected on a quickly and
simply manner:
−
Removable floor pans with grommets
−
Fixed cable supports
−
In depth adjustable cable supports
The connections fitted to your medium voltage switchgear have been adjusted to
the specific operating voltage.
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Mechanical drive and low voltage compartment
The mechanical drive and low voltage compartment is located behind the removable front
panel. Depending on the version, this compartment contains one or more of the following
items:
−
−
−
Synoptic diagram (on the front panel) showing the position of the switch(es) and any
other indication and operating devices
Drive mechanism
Options and accessories (like auxiliary contacts, opening and closing coils, key
interlocks, under voltage release, motor operating devices, etc. and the necessary
electrical connectors)
1.2.4.1 Synoptic diagram
The synoptic diagram (fig. 1.02) on the front panel
indicates on a single line diagram the power flow and the J
various positions of the components of the concerned
cubicle.
Fig. 1.02 shows –by means of an example- the synoptic
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diagram of a standard DF-P cubicle:
H
A
B
C
G
F
D
E
C
1.02
Colour codes may vary from country to country. The supplied medium voltage
switchgear however is fitted with the colour codes that are valid in your country.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
Earthing switch’ (open / closed) position indicator.
Operating device of the earthing switch
The arrow on the operating device indicates the mandatory direction of rotation for
the opening (0) and the closing (l) of the earthing switch.
Slot for fitting the operating handle
Operating device of the load break switch
The arrow on the operating device indicates the mandatory rotation direction for
closing (l) the load break switch.
Load break switch opening button (0).
Voltage indication
Connectors for voltage indicators
Graphic representation of the fuses
‘Load break switch position’ indicator (open / closed)
Single line diagram
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1.2.4.2 Drive mechanism
DF-2 cubicles with an interrupting function are fitted with a drive mechanism for the
operation of the switch(es). The drive mechanism is located behind the front panel.
The nine different types of drive mechanisms can be reduced to two major models.
• See:
−
“Combination load break switch – earthing switch”
−
“Combination load break switch – fuse safety”
1.2.4.2.1 Combination load break switch – earthing switch
Depending on the version, the load break switch and/or the earthing switch are operated
manually or electrically. Manual operation is done with the operating handle supplied.
The opening and closing device of the load break switch and the earthing switch have
been fitted in one drive mechanism. Both switches have their own, separate operating
shaft. The operating shafts are mechanically interlocked to prevent wrong switching
operations.
1.2.4.2.2 Combination load break switch – fuses
Depending on the version, the load break switch and/or the earthing switch are operated
manually or electrically. Manual operation is done with the operating handle supplied.
The opening and closing device of the load break switch and the earthing switch have
been fitted in one drive mechanism. Both switches have their own, separate operating
shaft. The operating shafts are mechanically interconnected to prevent wrong switching
operations. Hitting bolts connected to a shaft on the top of the fuse ensures that the load
break switch opens, in case of fuse blowing.
1.2.4.3 Options and accessories
Various options can be supplied for each cubicle type.
See “Assembly of options”.
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1.2.5
Cable cubicle
The cable cubicle is a cubicle allowing the connection of the feeding cables. Depending on
the version, cubicle is fitted with a bus bar and used as the incoming cubicle of the
medium voltage switchgear.
1.2.6
Transformer cubicle
The transformer cubicle makes its possible to install and connect distribution transformers.
1.2.7
Measuring cubicle
The measuring cubicle allows the installation of single, double or three-phase voltage and
current transformers used for energy metering.
1.2.8
The various DF-2 cubicles
1.2.8.1 Standard equipment per cubicle
The DF-2 cubicles differentiate themselves by their function.
In the following table you will find the various cubicle types with the standard equipment
per cubicle in the form of a cross-reference to the described cubicle function.
bus bar
load break switch
earthing switch
Load break /fuse
combination
circuit breaker
cable fittings
synoptic diagram
drive mechanism
cable cubicle
transformer cubicle
measuring cubicle
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DF-LK
DF-AAD
DF-EDN-LK
DF-EDN-D
DF-D-W
DF-D
DF-P
DF-A
cubicle types with interrupting function
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X
X X X X X - - -
X
-
-
-
-
-
-
X
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
X - X X - - X X X X
X X X X
X - - - - - X - - -
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DF-T
DF-C
bus bar
load break switch
earthing switch
Load break/fuse combination
circuit breaker
cable fittings
synoptic diagram
drive mechanism
cable cubicle
transformer cubicle
measuring cubicle
DF-K
cubicle types without interrupting function
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
X
X
X
1.2.8.2 Short description
cubicle types
with interrupting
function
DF-A
DF-P
DF-D
DF-D-W
DF-EDN-D
DF-EDN-LK
DF-AAD
DF-LK
cubicle types
without interrupting
function
DF-K
DF-T
DF-C
description
Incoming cubicle with load break switch
Transformer protection cubicle with load break switch – fuse
combination
Protection cubicle with load break switch and fixed mounted
vacuum-circuit breaker
Protection cubicle with load break switch and withdrawable
vacuum-circuit breaker
Protection cubicle with load break switch and fixed mounted
vacuum-circuit breaker – Electrabel design
Bus bar coupling cubicle with double load break switch – Electrabel
design
Bus bar coupling cubicle with double load break switch and
vacuum circuit breaker
linking Bus bar coupling cubicle
description
Cable cubicle with bus bar and/or with cable fittings
Transformer cubicle
Measuring cubicle
The cubicles are equipped as standard with a pressure relief system protecting the
operator against the consequences of (the unlikely event of) an internal arc or short circuit.
See “Internal arc security device”.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The stated technical specifications concerned exclusively the standard version of
cubicles.
2.1
•
Electrical specifications
See following table.
Rated voltage
Impulse withstand voltage 1.2 / 50 µs
To earth and between phases
Over the insulating distance
Power frequency withstand
voltage 1 min.
To earth and between phases
Over the insulating distance
Rated frequency
Rated voltage1
Rated short circuit current current 1 s.
Nominal Rated peak value of the current
Breaking capacity RV 44 (IEC 60265.1)
Rated current
Closed loop
Load cable charging
Making current
Earth fault
Earth fault cable charging
Internal arc 1 s. (6 criteria)
Degree of protection
Mechanical durability c/o
Standards
Certificates
1
kV
12
17,5
24
kV
kV
75
85
95
110
125
145
kV
kV
Hz
A
kA
kA
28
32
50/60
800/1250
25
63
38
45
50/60
800/1250
25
63
50
60
50/60
800/1250
20
50
A
A
A
kA
A
A
kA
800/1250
800/1250
18
63
100
30
16
800/1250
630
800/1250
630
18
18
63
50
100
100
30
30
16
16
IP4X
1000
IEC 60298 Annex AA, IEC 60129,
IEC 60420, IEC 60694,
C 64-701 (only in Belgium),
IEC 60265.1
KEMA
In line with IEC 60265.1, clas E1.
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2.2
Dimensions and weights
2.2.1
DF-A cubicle
•
2.2.2
•
See fig. 2.01.
DF-P cubicle
See fig. 2.02.
2.01
2.2.3
•
DF-D cubicle
2.02
2.2.4
•
See fig. 2.03.
DF-D-W cubicle
See fig. 2.04.
2.03
2.2.5
•
DF-EDN-D cubicle
2.2.6
•
See fig. 2.05.
2.05
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2.04
DF-EDN-LK cubicle
See fig. 2.06.
2.06
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DF-AAD cubicle
2.2.8
•
See fig. 2.07.
2.07
2.2.9
•
DF-LK cubicle
See fig. 2.08.
2.08
DF-K cubicle
See fig. 2.09.
The given
weight is
for a
cubicle
without
equipment
.
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2.2.10
•
DF-T cubicle
See fig. 2.10.
The dimensions of the DF-T cubicle can vary in function
of following factors:
−
Transformer power
−
Type of transformer (oil filled or resin casted)
−
Cable incoming and -outgoing
−
Low-voltage equipment
The following table shows the standard dimensions of
the DF-T cubicle.
2.10
transformer
power
(in kVA)
100 – 160
250 – 630
800 – 1.000
1.250 – 1.600
2.000 – 2.500
2.2.11
•
cubicle sizes (in mm)
oil filled transformer
resin casted transformer
width
Fig. 2.10B)
height
Fig. 2.10A)
depth
Fig. 2.10C)
width
Fig. 2.10B)
height
Fig. 2.10A)
depth
Fig. 2.10C)
1.200
1.400
1.800
2.000
2.400
1.900
2.100
2.100
2.100
2.400
1.050
1.150
1.150
1.400
1.500
1.500
1.800
2.000
2.200
2.400
1.900
2.100
2.100
2.200
2.400
1.050
1.150
1.200
1.300
1.400
DF-C cubicle
See fig. 2.11.
The given weight is for a cubicle without equipment.
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TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
3.1
Safety instructions – transport
Transportation of (the cubicles of) the medium voltage switchgear is restricted to
qualified and trained operators while observing the locally applicable safety
instructions and guidelines.
The cubicles can only be transported internally.
•
•
•
•
Also see “General safety directions and instructions”.
Before transporting the cubicles:
• Ensure secure attachment of the cubicles to the forklift or hand trolley.
• Check that all parts (especially the doors) are attached properly.
Do not tilt the cubicles, but always transport them upright.
Do not place other objects or tools on top of the cubicles to be transported.
Protect the cubicles from water or damp.
Cubicles that have fallen over during transport or have otherwise been seriously
damaged must always be sent back for control to SwitchGear Company nv
before putting the cubicles into operation.
3.2
•
•
•
•
Safety instructions – storage
Also see “General safety directions and instructions”.
Respect the surrounding conditions. See “Surrounding conditions”.
Never stack cubicles on top of each other.
Store the cubicles in a dry, dust free area.
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INSTALLATION
4.1
Safety instructions – installation
4.1.1
General
Installation of the medium voltage switchgear is restricted to qualified and
trained operators with strictly observance of the locally applicable safety
instructions and guidelines.
The connection and the putting into service must be done by qualified and
authorised staff who are employed by the power supply company.
•
•
•
Also see “General safety directions and instructions”.
Never leave tools or other material in or on top of the medium voltage switchgear.
Install the medium voltage switchgear only in areas that are fully in compliance with the
following recommendations. (according to IEC 60298).
4.1.2
Recommendations – installation area
The IEC recommendations concerning the installation area are divided into
recommendations concerning:
−
The floor surface
−
The surrounding conditions
−
The ventilation
−
The free height of the installation area
−
The sizes of the entrance doors in the installation area
−
The free passage in front of the cubicles
−
The internal arc protection
4.1.2.1 Floor surface
The surface on which the medium voltage switchgear must be installed must be sufficiently
strong and completely levelled. The maximum permissible difference in level is 2 mm/m.
4.1.2.2 Surrounding conditions
The DF-2 cubicles have been designed for indoor installation in the following
surrounding conditions:
description
Surrounding temperature
Relative air humidity
installation altitude
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Min. -15 °C - max. +45 °C
Min. 10% - max. 70% (without the formation of
condensation)
Max. 1,000 m above sea level
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This means that one has to :
• Avoid installation in dusty areas.
• Avoid installation in areas with high relative air humidity.
• Avoid installation in areas subject to lightning strikes.
• Avoid installation in surroundings where the cubicles can come into contact with
aggressive gases or fluids.
Contact SwitchGear Company nv when cubicles must be installed in areas
where the surrounding conditions cannot be guaranteed.
4.1.2.3 Ventilation
•
•
Ensure that there is good ventilation of the installation area.
Protect the ventilation openings so that little animals or vermin do not have access to
the installation area.
In particular, when the medium voltage switchgear contains one or more transformer
cubicles, special attention should be given to the ventilation.
• Consult the following table when calculating the ventilation value.
The table indicates the power losses of cast resin transformers.
transformer power
(in KVA)
100
160
250
315
400
500
630
800
1,000
1,250
1,600
2,000
P to (W)
1,605
2,175
2,850
3,412
4,012
4,837
5,745
6,787
7,875
10,350
12,450
16,125
4.1.2.4 Free height of the installation area
The free height of the installation area must be at least 2,200 mm.
Local power supply companies may, however, require more free height. Always observe
these requirements. An ideal, and generally accepted, value is 2,500 mm.
With dry type transformers with a capacity of = 1.250 KVA the free height must
be at least 2,500 mm.
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4.1.2.5 The sizes of the entrance doors of the installation area
The dimensions given apply for all doors accessing the installation area. These minimum door
sizes therefore also apply when the installation area is not directly accessible from the outside.
description
Height of the entrance door
Width of the entrance door
value
Min. 2,200 mm
Min. 100 mm + width of the widest cubicle
If the medium voltage switchgear does not contain transformer cubicle(s), a
minimum door height of 2,000 mm will be sufficient.
If a transformer cubicle is included, refer to the transformer dimensions. For the
correct dimensions of the various cubicles, see “Dimensions and weights”.
If the medium voltage switchgear must be installed in basements or storage
basements, an entrance hatch must be supplied whose length as well as width is at
least 400 mm larger than the dimensions of the largest cubicle or the transformer.
4.1.2.6 Free passage in front of the cubicles
The free passage in front of the cubicles depends on the composition of the medium
voltage switchgear.
If the medium voltage switchgear does not contain transformer cubicle(s), the
minimum free passage is 1,500 mm (preferably 2,500 mm).
With medium voltage switchgears with a transformer cubicle with a capacity of
≥ 1.000 KVA the free passage must have a minimum of 2,000 mm.
4.1.2.7 Internal arc protection
To prevent major material damage and serious physical injury or electrocution in the
(unlikely) event of an internal arc, the following installation instructions apply:
• Leave at least 150 mm free between the rear wall of the cubicles and the wall of the
installation area. In this way the back plate over pressure system can operate if
(unlikely) an internal arc occurs. See “Erection”.
A transformer cubicle can always be positioned with its rear side
against the wall.
•
•
•
Anchor each cubicle of the medium voltage switchgear using four bolts in the floor.
See “Erection”.
Connect the cubicles together using the attachment material supplied.
See “Connecting the cubicles”.
Ensure proper fitment of the end panels. See “Assembly off the end panels”.
In medium voltage switchgears installed in accordance with the above-described
installation procedure, the (unlikely) internal arc will always be limited to the compartment
in which it has occurred.
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4.2
Unpacking
The DF-2 cubicles are packed as standard in protective foil and mounted on a euro pallet.
The most suitable place for unpacking the cubicles is of course the definitive installation area.
•
•
•
•
Clip or cut the straps securing the cubicle to the pallet.
Carefully remove the protection foil.
Check against the delivery receipt that the cubicle is complete.
Check the cubicle for any (transportation) damage.
If parts are missing or damaged, contact the conveyor or SwitchGear Company
nv.
Seriously damaged cubicles must always be returned to SwitchGear Company
nv.
•
Carefully lift the cubicle off the pallet.
CAUTION
The cubicles are fitted with lifting eyes if requested.
If you use these fittings, use suitable hoisting and lifting machinery in perfect
condition and with sufficient hoisting capacity only.
Observe the applicable safety precautions. The handling and operating of
hoisting or lifting machinery is restricted to experienced staff within the visible
and shouting range of the operator of the hoisting or lifting machinery.
•
•
Remove the pallet.
Remove the door:
• Turn the locking latch (in the middle, above the door)
• Grasp the handle of the door to the cable compartment with both hands.
• Carefully lift the door out.
Cubicles fitted with a load break switch and an earthing switch are delivered as
standard in the position ‘load break switch OPEN – earthing switch CLOSED’.
In this position the door is always removable. See “Operation”.
•
•
•
Place the loose door where there is no risk of it being damage.
Repeat the above steps for each individual cubicle.
Remove the end panels that have been fitted to one of the cubicles as necessary.
After the used packing material has been disposed of in accordance with the applicable
directives, the installation of the cubicles can be started.
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Erection
995
4.3
Consult the installation diagram(s), the electrical diagram and the ground plans
(fig. 4.01) before starting the actual installation of the medium voltage
switchgear.
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•
Place the first cubicle in its definitive position in the installation area.
Leave 150 mm free between the rear wall of the cubicle and the wall of the
installation area. In this way the over pressure valves of the back plate can
operate if (unlikely) there is an internal arc.
A transformer cubicle can be positioned with its rear side against the wall.
•
•
•
•
Level the first cubicle.
Anchor this first cubicle using 4 bolts to the floor.
Use the holes intended for this purpose (fig. 4.02A).
Disassemble the front panel:
• Loosen the four hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 4.03C).
• Remove the four washers (fig. 4.03B).
• Remove the front panel (fig. 4.03A).
The driving mechanism and low voltage
compartment is now accessible.
Position the second cubicle against the first cubicle.
A
A
4.02
Ensure that the cubicles are exactly in line and stay accurately level in order to
enable a torsion free mounting of the housing, earthing copper connection pieces
and bus bars.
Any plinths are provided ex factory and will be supplied separately.
Position the cubicles in the order indicated on the installation diagram and the
electrical diagram.
•
•
•
•
Remove the front panel of the second cubicle.
Position all other cubicles in the same way and
ensure that all front panels have been removed.
Remove the lifting eyes (if present) from the
cubicles. To do this, loosen the bolts.
The cubicles are now ready to be assembled.
See “Cubicle assembly”.
A
B
C
4.03
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Cubicle assembly
When assembling the cubicles, the following important steps apply:
−
Connecting the cubicles
−
Fitting the earthing copper connection pieces
−
Fitting the bus bars
−
Fitting the end panels
4.4.1
Connecting the cubicles
A special kit is available for the connecting of the cubicles.
4.4.1.1 Kit as described hereunder
order
description
number
GR040820 DIN 933 M8x20
hexagonal tap bolt
yellow galvanised
GR040830 DIN 933 M8x30
hexagonal tap bolt
yellow galvanised
GR040891 DIN 933 M8x100
hexagonal tap bolt
yellow galvanised
GR041608 DIN 6798A Ø M8 lock
washer
GR041308 DIN 6923 M8 nut with
collar (Ripp class 10)
number pos.no.
6
fig. 4.04A
2
fig. 4.04B
1
fig. 4.04C
A
B
C
D
E
9
fig. 4.04D
9
fig. 4.04E
4.04
4.4.1.2 Preparation
Ensure that the cubicle itself, the immediately following and the previous cubicle
are voltage free.
•
Ensure that the surface is even and flat, so that the cubicles stay exactly in line and
level. Only then a torsion-free fitting is possible.
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4.4.1.3 Assembly procedures
D
A
A
A
A
A
C
E
A
A
B
B
4.05
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Connect the cubicles at the height of the roof panels with four hexagonal tap bolts
M8x20 (fig. 4.05A), four lock washers Ø M8 (fig. 4.05D) and four hexagonal nuts M8
(fig. 4.05E).
Hands tighten the assembly.
Connect the side panels of the cubicles with the two hexagonal tap bolts M8x20 (fig.
4.05A), two hexagonal tap bolts M8x30 (fig. 4.05B), four lock washers Ø M8 (fig.
4.05D) and four hexagonal nuts M8 (fig. 4.05E).
Hands tighten the assembly.
Connect the cubicles at the height of the operation and low voltage compartment with
four hexagonal tap bolts M8x100 (fig. 4.05C), lock washer Ø M8
(fig. 4.05D) and hexagonal nut M8 (fig. 4.05E).
Properly tighten all bolt-nut connections.
Anchor the remaining cubicle(s) to the floor. See “Erection”.
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Assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces
For connecting the earthing slats (fig. 4.07D) to the bottom side of the cubicles, a special
kit is available for each cubicle.
4.4.2.1 Kit as described hereunder
order
number
CU317843
description
number
pos. no.
Earthing copper
connection
piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
1
fig. 4.06A
A
The earthing copper connection piece is a part
of the kit that also contains the bus bars (and
their fitting material). See “Fitting the bus bars”.
4.06
4.4.2.2 Preparation
Ensure that the cubicle itself, the immediately following and the previous cubicle
are voltage free.
4.4.2.3 Assembly procedures
•
•
•
Loosen the two hexagonal tap bolts M8x30 (fig.
4.07C).
Remove the two lock washers Ø M8 (fig. 4.07B) and
the hexagonal nuts M8 (fig. 4.07E).
Fit the earthing copper connection piece (fig. 4.07A)
using the hexagonal tap bolts M8x30, the lock
washers Ø M8 and the hexagonal nuts M8.
Tighten the hexagonal tap bolts to a torque
of 20 Nm.
A
B
D
C
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4.4.3
Fitting the bus bars
If there is sufficient room at the sides of the
cubicles, the bus bars can be fitted through
the opening in the sidewalls.
If there is insufficient room (for example when
a transformer cubicle is placed against the
end cubicle), the roof panel (fig. 4.08A) must
be removed from the relevant cubicles.
This roof panel is mounted by means of the
hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 4.08B), the lock
washers (fig. 4.08C), the hexagonal nuts
(fig. 4.08D), the rivets (fig. 4.08E) and the
self-locking hexagonal collar nuts (fig. 4.08F).
E
B
C
A
D
4.08
The method of assembly of the bus bars depends on factors such as:
−
Current level of the medium voltage switchgear (800 or 1,250 A)
−
The number of cubicles that must be connected by means of the bus bars
In all cases, the bus bars must always be assembled so that they are torsion free.
Sideways tensional forces on the drill holes in the bars or those of the load break switch as
a result of incorrectly assembled cubicles are completely unacceptable.
4.4.3.1 Medium voltage switchgear 800 A – available kits for bus bars
The contents of the mounting kits for bus bars may vary, depending on factors such as the
current of the medium voltage switchgear and the number of cubicles that must be
connected using the bus bars.
Each mounting kits is delivered separately and solidly packed.
4.4.3.1.1 Kit DS178001 as described hereunder
kit composition
description
number pos.no.
order
number
CU317807
CU317843
GR017800
Bus bar, DF A/P
L=550 17,5 kV
3
Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
1
fig. 4.09A
A
fig. 4.09B
B
C
1
fig. 4.09C
4.09
For the assembly of the earthing copper
connection pieces see “Assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces”.
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4.4.3.1.2 Kit DS178003 as described hereunder
kit composition
description
number
order
number
CU317807 Bus bar, DF A/P
6
L=550 17,5 kV
CU317843 Earthing copper
2
connection piece, DF
17,5/24 kV
GR017800 set of fitting material 2
pos.no.
fig. 4.09A
fig. 4.09B
A
B
C
fig. 4.09C
4.09
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see “Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces”.
4.4.3.1.3 Kit DS178002 as described hereunder
kit composition
description
number
order
number
CU317807 Bus bar, DF A/P
L=550 17,5 kV
CU317843 Earthing copper
connection piece, DF
17,5/24 kV
GR017800 set of fitting material
CU317808 Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN 17,5
kV
3
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
1
fig. 4.10B
B
C
1
3
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see “Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces”.
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4.4.3.1.4 Kit DS178004 as described hereunder
order
number
CU317807
CU317843
GR017800
CU317808
kit composition
description
number
Bus bar, DF A/P
L=550 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN 17,5
kV
6
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
3
fig. 4.10B
B
C
3
3
D
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see “Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces”.
4.4.3.1.5 Kit DS178005 as described hereunder
order
number
CU317811
CU317843
GR017800
kit composition
description
number
Bus bar, DF-D
3
L=800 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
1
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material 1
pos.no.
fig. 4.09A
A
fig. 4.09B
B
C
fig. 4.09C
4.09
For the assembly of the earthing copper
connection pieces see “Assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces”.
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4.4.3.1.6 Kit DS178006 as described hereunder
order
number
CU317811
CU317843
GR017800
CU317808
kit composition
description
number
Bus bar, DF-D
L=800 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
Space block bus
bar, DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
3
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
2
fig. 4.10B
B
C
2
3
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see “Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces”.
4.4.3.2 Medium voltage switchgear 1,250 A - available kits for bus bars
The contents of the assembly kits for bus bars may vary depending on the number of
cubicles to be connected using the bus bars.
Each assembly kit is supplied in a sturdy, separate packing.
4.4.3.2.1 Kit DS178011
kit composition
order
description
Number
number
CU317812 Bus bar, DF EDND
6
L=850 17,5 kV
CU317843 Earthing copper
2
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
GR017803 set of fitting material 2
CU317808 Space block bus bar, 6
DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
fig. 4.10B
B
C
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see "Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces".
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4.4.3.2.2 Kit DS178012
order
number
CU317812
CU317843
GR017804
CU317808
kit composition
description
Number
Bus bar, DF EDND
L=850 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
12
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
2
fig. 4.10B
B
C
2
3
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see "Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces".
4.4.3.2.3 Kit DS178013
order
number
CU317812
CU317843
GR017805
CU317808
kit composition
description
Number
Bus bar, DF EDND
L=850 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
connection piece, DF
17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
6
pos.no.
4.10A
A
1
4.10B
B
C
1
6
4.10C
4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see "Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces".
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4.4.3.2.4 Kit DS178014
order
number
CU317812
CU317843
GR017806
CU317808
kit composition
description
Number
Bus bar, DF EDND
L=850 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
12
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
3
fig. 4.10B
B
C
3
6
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see "Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces".
4.4.3.2.5 Kit DS178015
order
number
CU317812
CU317843
GR017807
CU317808
kit composition
description
Number
Bus bar, DF EDND
L=850 17,5 kV
Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
set of fitting material
Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
6
pos.no.
fig. 4.10A
A
1
fig. 4.10B
B
C
1
3
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see "Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces".
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4.4.3.2.6 Kit DS178016
kit composition
description
Number pos.no.
order
number
CU317812 Bus bar, DF EDND
L=850 17,5 kV
CU317843 Earthing copper
connection piece,
DF 17,5/24 kV
GR017808 set of fitting material
CU317808 Space block bus bar,
DF A/P/D/EDN
17,5 kV
6
fig. 4.10A
A
2
fig. 4.10B
B
C
2
6
fig. 4.10C
fig. 4.10D
D
4.10
For the assembly of the earthing copper connection pieces see "Assembly of the
earthing copper connection pieces".
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4.4.3.3 Medium voltage switchgear (800 A) composed of two cubicles
Medium voltage switchgears composed of two cubicles are connected with one set of bus bars.
H
C
A
G
F
E
4.11
4.4.3.3.1 Preparation
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage free.
4.4.3.3.2 Assembly procedures
For the contents of the kit, see the table.
•
•
•
Place the bus bars (fig. 4.11A) on the copper contacts (fig. 4.11E) of the load break
switch.
Attach the bus bars using the fitting material supplied (fig. 4.11C):
−
Hexagonal tap bolts M12x35 (fig. 4.11H)
−
Lock washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.11G)
−
Flat washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.11F).
Tighten the hexagonal tap bolts to a torque of 35 Nm.
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4.4.3.4
Medium voltage switchgear (800 A) composed of three (or a different
uneven number of) cubicles
With medium voltage switchgears in which three (or a different uneven number of) cubicles
must be connected with the sets of bus bars, the second set of bus bar is fitted onto the first
set of bus bar, the fourth onto the third set of bus bar, etc. In the last cubicle (end cubicle) a
space block must be fitted under each bar. This method applies for all medium voltage
switchgears with an uneven number of cubicles (and, so, an even number of bar sets).
A
D
H
C
G
F
E
4.12
4.4.3.4.1 Preparation
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage free.
4.4.3.4.2 Assembly procedures
For the contents of the kit, see the table.
•
Place the bus bars (fig. 4.12A) and the space blocks (fig. 4.12D) on the copper
contacts (fig. 4.12E) of the load break switches.
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•
Fit the bus bars and the space blocks using the fitting material supplied (fig. 4.12C):
Hexagonal tap bolts M12x35 (fig. 4.12H)
−
Lock washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.12G)
−
Flat washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.12F).
Tighten the hexagonal tap bolts to a torque of 35 Nm.
−
•
4.4.3.5 Medium voltage switchgear (800 A) composed by four (or a different even
number of) cubicles
With medium voltage switchgears in which four (or a different even number) of cubicles
must be connected with the sets of bus bars, the second set of bus bars is fitted onto the
first and the third set of bus bars, the fourth onto the third and the fifth set of bus bars, etc.
This method applies for all medium voltage switchgears with an even number of cubicles
(and, so, an uneven number of bar sets).
A
H
C
G
F
E
4.13
4.4.3.5.1 Preparation
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage free.
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4.4.3.5.2 Assembly procedures
For the contents of the kit, see the table.
•
•
•
Place the bus bars (fig. 4.13A) alternately on the copper contacts (fig. 4.13E)
of the load break switches or on the previous and following bar.
Fit the bus bars using the fitting material supplied (fig. 4.13C):
−
Hexagonal tap bolts M12x35 (fig. 4.13H)
−
Lock washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.13G)
−
Flat washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.13F).
Tighten the hexagonal tap bolts to a torque of 35 Nm.
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4.4.3.6 Medium voltage switchgear (1,250 A) composed of two cubicles
Medium voltage switchgears composed of two cubicles are connected with one set of
double bus bars.
H
C
G
F
A
D
E
4.31
4.4.3.6.1 Preparation
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage free.
4.4.3.6.2 Assembly procedures
For the contents of the kit, see the table.
•
•
•
Mount the bottom bars (fig. 4.31A) onto the copper contacts (fig. 4.31E) of the load
isolation switch.
Mount the end pieces (fig. 4.31D).
Mount the upper bars (fig. 4.31A) onto the end pieces.
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•
Mount the assembly using the fitting material supplied (fig. 4.31C):
round-head screws M12x55 (fig. 4.31H)
−
lock washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.31G)
−
flat washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.31F).
Tighten the round-head screws to a torque of 35 Nm.
−
•
4.4.3.7 Medium voltage switchgear (1,250 A) composed of three (or another odd
number of) cubicles
With medium voltage switchgears in which three (or another odd number of) cubicles must
be connected with the double sets of bus bars, the second double set of bus bars is fitted
onto the first double set of bus bars, the fourth onto the third double set of bus bars, etc.
In the last cubicle (end cubicle) an end piece must be fitted underneath each bar.
This method applies to all medium voltage boards with an odd number of cells (and hence
an even number of bar sets).
I
C
G
F
A
D
H
C
G
F
D
E
4.32
4.4.3.7.1 Preparation
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage free.
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4.4.3.7.2 Assembly procedures
For the contents of the kit, see the table.
•
•
•
Fit the double bus bars (fig. 4.32A) and the end pieces (fig. 4.32D) in the way shown
onto the copper contacts (fig. 4.32E) of the load isolation switches.
Mount the assembly using the fitting material supplied (fig. 4.32C):
−
round-head screws M12x55 (fig. 4.32H) and M12x60 (fig. 4.32I)
−
lock washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.32G)
−
flat washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.32F).
Tighten the round-head screws to a torque of 35 Nm.
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4.4.3.8 Medium voltage switchgear (1,250 A) composed by four (or another even
number of) cubicles
With medium voltage switchgears in which four (or another even number of) cubicles must
be connected with the double sets of bus bars, the second double set of bus bars is fitted
onto the first and the third double sets of bus bars, the fourth onto the third and the fifth
double sets of bus bars, etc. This method applies for all medium voltage boards with an
even number of cells (and hence an odd number of bar sets).
I
C
G
A
F
H
G
C
F
D
E
4.33
4.4.3.8.1 Preparation
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage free.
4.4.3.8.2 Assembly procedures
For the contents of the kit, see the table.
•
Fit the double bus bars (fig. 4.33A) and the end pieces (fig. 4.33D) in the way shown
onto the copper contacts (fig. 4.33E) of the load isolation switch.
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•
Mount the assembly using the fitting material supplied (fig. 4.33C):
round-head screws M12x55 (fig. 4.33H) and M12x60 (fig. 4.33I)
−
lock washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.33G)
−
flat washers Ø M12 (fig. 4.33F).
Tighten the round-head screws to a torque of 35 Nm.
−
•
4.4.4
Assembly of the end panels
For the assembly of the left and right end panels, a special kit is available for each end panel.
4.4.4.1 Kit DF117500 as described hereunder
order
description
number
GR040820 DIN 933 M8x20
hexagonal tap bolt
yellow galvanised
GR040610 DIN 933 M6x10
hexagonal tap bolt
yellow galvanised
GR040855 DIN 933 M8x55
hexagonal tap bolt
yellow galvanised
GR041606 DIN 6798A Ø M6 lock
washer yellow
galvanised
GR041608 DIN 6798A Ø M8 lock
washer yellow
galvanised
GR041308 DIN 6923 M8 nut with
collar
(Ripp class 10)
DF021701 end panel
number pos. no.
2x8
fig. 4.14A
2x14
fig. 4.14B
F
A
B
C
D
2x1
fig. 4.14C
2x14
fig. 4.14D
2x9
fig. 4.14E
2x9
fig. 4.14F
2x1
fig. 4.14G
E
4.14
The assembly kit also contains the following items:
order number
DF045600
AG400001
AG602301
description
Operating handle
Instruction card DF-2 / vitale 5
user’s manual DF-2 medium voltage switchgear
number
1
1
1
Please present the instruction card in the installation area, making sure that it is
clearly visible for the operator(s).
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4.4.4.2 Preparation
Ensure that the cubicle itself and the immediately following or previous cubicles
are voltage free.
4.4.4.3 Assembly procedures
F
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
B
B
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
A E
G
B
A
A
A
A
B D
C H
I
4.15
•
•
Position the end panel (fig. 4.15G) against the sidewall of the cubicle, so that the holes
in the end panel and the side panel are aligned.
Mount the end panel using the fitting material supplied:
−
the hexagonal tap bolt M8 (fig. 4.15C), a lock washer Ø M8
(fig. 4.15H) and a nut M8 (fig. 4.15I)
−
the eight hexagonal tap bolts M8 (fig. 4.15A), the other eight lock washers Ø M8
(fig. 4.15E) and the other eight nuts M8 (fig. 4.15F)
−
the 14 hexagonal tap bolts M6 (fig. 4.15B), and the 14 lock washers Ø M6 (fig.
4.15D)
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4.5
Greasing the earthing switch, the earthing knife spoons and the
damping blocks
With DF-2 cubicles with an earthing switch, a thin,
evenly applied layer of the supplied SGC-grease (order
number: GR002002) must be applied to the following
parts:
−
earthing switch
−
earthing knife (fig. 4.16B) and damping blocks
(fig. 4.16A): approx. 0.5 mm thick layer
A
B
The moving, turning and hinging parts of the
drive mechanisms have been lubricated for
life in the factory. All sliding bearings are made
of steel with a coating of self-lubricating bronze
and a final coating of PTFE.
All other bearings (ball bearings and needle
bearings) are the closed type and have been
lubricated internally for their entire life.
4.16
With DF-2 cubicles not only the earthing switch, but
also the earthing knife spoons (fig. 4.17B) and damping
blocks (fig. 4.17A) of the main earthing switch,
as well as the earthing knife spoons (fig. 4.17C) and
dampingblocks (fig. 4.17D) of the second earthing
switch (auxiliary earthing switch) is lubricated with an
approx. 0.5 mm thick, evenly applied layer of the
supplied SGC grease (order number: GR002002).
A
B
D
C
4.17
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4.6
•
•
•
Fitting the front panels
Carefully check whether there are any tools or fitting
materials left in the mechanical drive and low voltage
compartment.
Assemble (for each cubicle) any options. See
“Assembly of options”.
Assemble the front panel (fig. 4.03A) using the four
hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 4.03C) and the spring
washers (fig. 4.03B).
A
B
C
After assembly of the front panels, the floor
pans can be fitted within all cubicles (with the
exception of the DF-T). In cubicles that
required cable connection, the connection of
the cables is usually carried out at the same
time as the assembly of the floor pans.
See “Assembly of the floor pans”.
4.7
4.03
Assembly of the floor pans
Considering the fact that when installing the cubicles, the assembly of the floor pans and
the connection of the cables happens almost simultaneously, the descriptions of these
actions are combined.
The following applies in all circumstances:
Connection of the cable can only be carried out by qualified and authorised staff
in the service of the power supply company, using the attachment material
supplied by SwitchGear Company nv.
The cables may not ever cross.
4.7.1
Kit DS178007
order
description
number
DF022611 floor pan
number
pos. no.
4
fig. 4.18A
DF980241 feeding rubber
3
fig. 4.18B
GR040979 M6x20 flange bolt,
yellow galvanised
GR041606 DIN 934 Ø M6 lock
washer, yellow
galvanised
GR041006 DIN 934 M6
hexagonal nut
8
fig. 4.18C
9
fig. 4.18D
8
fig. 4.18E
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A
B
E
D
C
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4.7.2
Preparation
Ensure that the concerned cubicle is voltage free.
4.7.3
•
Assembly procedures
For each cable fitting (fig. 4.19G), loosen the
hexagonal tap bolts a few turns so that the cable
fitting depth can be adjusted.
G
F
Depending on the thickness of the cable,
it may be necessary to completely
disassemble the cable fittings.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Disassemble the clamp (fig. 4.19F) for each cable
fitting or loosen them at one side.
Fit the rear floor pan (fig. 4.19A).
Attach the floor pan on either side of the frame with
the flange bolt (fig 4.19C), the lock washer (fig.
4.19D) and the nut (fig. 4.19E).
Make a few cuts with a sharp knife in the grommet
rubber (fig. 4.20B).
Slide the grommet rubber over the cable sleeve
(fig. 4.20H).
Connect the cable to the connecting terminal:
• Place the washer (fig. 4.20L) on the connecting
terminal.
• Fit the cable using the washer (fig. 4.20K) the
lock washer (fig. 4.20J) and the nut (fig. 4.20I).
Refit the clamp (fig. 4.21F) on the cable fitting.
Secure the cable fitting by tightening the hexagonal
tap bolts on either side.
Slide the grommet rubber (fig. 4.21B) to the correct
height on the cable.
Connect the earthing cable (fig. 4.21M) using the
nut (fig. 4.21N) to the earthing strip.
A
C
D
E
4.19
L
K
J
I
H
B
4.20
F NM
B
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•
•
•
•
Fit the second floor pan (fig. 4.22A) in the cubicle,
so that the grommet rubber is secured by the two
floor pans.
Attach the floor pan on either side of the frame
with the flange bolt (fig 4.22C), the lock washer
(fig. 4.22D) and the nut (fig. 4.22E).
Attach the second floor pan to the rear floor pan
using the hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 4.22O), the lock
washer (fig. 4.22P) and the nuts (fig. 4.22Q).
Continue as described earlier. Continue to work
methodically towards the door opening.
After assembling the four floor pans (and connecting
the cables) the doors can be refitted on the cubicles.
4.8
A CD E
Q PO
4.22
Refitting the door
For refitting the door, the load break switch must be in the OPEN position and
the earthing switch must be in the CLOSED position. See “Operation”.
•
•
•
•
Carefully check whether there are any tools or fitting
materials left in the cable compartment.
Check all connections.
Fit the door (fig. 4.23B) of the cable compartment:
• Grasp the door by the handle with both hands
(fig. 4.23D).
• Carefully position the door in the supports.
• Push the door downwards.
Lock the door with a reliable padlock (fig. 4.23C)
on the locking latch (fig. 4.23A).
A
B
C
D
4.23
A specially appointed, qualified operator
must retain the keys only.
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4.9
Measuring the phase sequence
The phase sequence is usually measured
between the DF-A cubicles.
Through the voltage indicators (fig. 4.24A)
the phase sequence can be measured easily
at the front panel.
•
Measure with a voltmeter (fig. 4.24B) between
the corresponding phases on the left side of the
cubicle.
If no voltage is measured, the phase sequence
is correct.
Measuring the voltage between two different
phases allows you to check the correctness of
the measure. Of course, in this case a voltage
will be measured.
4.10
A
B
4.24
Initial commissioning
The actual connection to the power supply and the initial commissioning of the medium
voltage switchgear can be done by qualified and trained staff employed by the power
supply company only, observing the locally applicable safety regulations.
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Notes:
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5
USE
5.1
Safety instructions – use
•
•
•
5.2
Also see “General safety directions and instructions”.
Use of the medium voltage switchgear is restricted to qualified and trained operators,
while observing the locally applicable safety instructions and guidelines.
Ensure that when using the medium voltage switchgear the door is always properly
closed and locked with a reliable padlock. When a door is open, switching is not
possible.
Operation
Depending on the version, the medium voltage switchgear is fitted with (a number of) the
following controls and indicators:
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
Synoptic diagram (see “Synoptic diagram”)
Operating handle
Load break switch (single)
Load break switch (double)
Earthing switch
Capacitive voltage indicators
Button release for the opening of the load break switch
Low voltage switch
Circuit breaker
The function and use of these controls and indicators is described in function of
the specificity of the switchgear
In the following table, the various cubicle types are shown with the description of
the function for each cubicle in the form of a cross-reference.
DF-A
DF-P
DF-D
DF-D-W
DF-EDN-D
DF-EDN-LK
DF-AAD
DF-LK
Cubicle types with interrupting function
Combination load break switch earthing switch
Capacitive voltage indicators
Double load break switch
Combination fuse /load break switch
Circuit breaker
Low voltage switch
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X
-
X X X
X X - - X - - X X
- - -
X
X
-
X
-
X
X
-
X
-
5-1
DF-K
DF-T
DF-C
Cubicle types without interrupting function
Combination load break switch earthing switch
Capacitive voltage indicators
Double load break switch
Combination fuse /load break switch
Circuit breaker
Low voltage switch
5.2.1
-
-
-
Operating the combination load break switch earthing switch
A
The normal “in use” position is as follows:
−
Load break switch CLOSED (the indicator (fig. 5.01A) on the synoptic
diagram is vertical)
−
Earthing switch OPEN (the indicator (fig. 5.01B) on the synoptic
diagram is horizontal)
B
5.01
In this position the earthing switch is automatically locked. It is not
possible to close the earthing switch.
5.2.1.1 Opening the load break switch and closing the earthing switch
A
•
B
2
•
C 1
5.02
A
•
B
2
•
1 C
5.03
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.02C) on the operating shaft of the
load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft anticlockwise until the load break switch is
heard to open (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.02A) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
horizontal position and the earthing switch is automatically unlocked
(2).
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.03C) on the operating shaft of the
earthing switch.
Turn the operating shaft clockwise until the earthing switch is heard
to close (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.03B) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
vertical position (2).
If necessary, the door can now be opened.
Turn anticlockwise = open switch
Turn clockwise = close switch
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5.2.1.2 Opening the earthing switch and closing the load break switch
A
•
B
2
•
1
C
•
5.04
A
•
B
2
•
C 1
5.05
Ensure that the door of the cable compartment is closed. See
“Refitting the door”.
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.04C) on the operating shaft of the
earthing switch.
Turn the operating shaft anticlockwise until the earthing switch is
heard to open (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.04B) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
horizontal position (2).
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.05C) on the operating shaft of the
load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft clockwise until the load break switch is
heard to close (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.05A) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
vertical position (2). The cubicle is now ready for putting into
operation.
Turn anticlockwise = open switch
Turn clockwise = close switch
5.2.2
Reading the capacitive voltage indicators
A
5.06
5.2.3
The capacitive voltage indicators (fig. 5.06A) make it possible to
measure the phase sequence (on first commissioning).
See “Measuring the phase sequence”. With the voltage indicators it can
also be established whether fuses have tripped (in DF-P cubicles) and
whether (with the load break switch in the position OPEN) there is still
voltage present in the cables.
Operation of the double load break switch
A
During normal operation the position is as follows:
−
Initial load break switch CLOSED (the indicator (fig. 5.07A)
on the synoptic diagram is vertical)
−
Second load break switch CLOSED (the indicator (fig. 5.07B)
on the synoptic diagram is vertical)
B
5.07
The two load break switches can be operated independently of each other.
5.2.3.1 Operation of the double load break switch
A
•
B
2
C 1
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5.08
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.08C) on the operating shaft of the
first load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft anticlockwise until the first load break
switch is heard to open (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.08A) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
horizontal position (2).
5-3
A
•
B
2
•
1
C
5.09
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.09C) on the operating shaft of the
second load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft anticlockwise until the second load break
switch is heard to open (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.09B) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
horizontal position (2).
If necessary, the door can now be opened.
Turn anticlockwise = open switch
Turn clockwise = close switch
5.2.3.2 Closing the double load break switch
A
•
B
2
•
•
C 1
5.10
A
•
B
2
•
1
C
5.11
Ensure that the door of the cable compartment is closed.
See “Refitting the door”.
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.10C) on the operating shaft of the
first load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft clockwise until the initial load break switch
is heard to close (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.10A) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
vertical position (2).
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.11C) on the operating shaft of the
second load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft clockwise until the second load break
switch is heard to close (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.11B) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
vertical position (2).
Turn anticlockwise = open switch
Turn clockwise = close switch
5.2.4
Operation of the combination load break switch – fuse
A
The position during normal use is as follows:
−
Load break switch CLOSED (the indicator (fig. 5.12A) on the synoptic
diagram is vertical)
−
Earthing switch OPEN (the indicator (fig. 5.12B) on the synoptic
diagram is horizontal)
B
5.12
5-4
In this position the earthing switch is automatically locked. It is not
possible to close the earthing switch.
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A
•
B
2
1
D
A
5.13
•
•
B
2
1
Turn the red button (fig. 5.13D) anticlockwise until the load break
switch is heard to open (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.13A) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
horizontal position and the earthing switch is automatically unlocked
(2).
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.14C) on the operating shaft of the
earthing switch.
Turn the operating shaft clockwise until the earthing switch is heard
to close (1).
The indicator (fig. 5.14B) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
vertical position (2).
C
5.14
Turn anticlockwise = open switch
Turn clockwise = close switch
•
Check with the capacitive voltage indicators (with the load break switch in the position
OPEN) whether there is still voltage in the cables.
The capacitive voltage indicators must be extinguished.
If necessary, the door can now be opened.
5.2.4.2 Opening the earthing switch and closing the load break switch
A
•
B
•
C
•
5.15
A
•
B
•
C
5.16
Ensure that the door of the cable compartment is closed. See
“Refitting the door”.
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.15C) on the operating shaft of the
earthing switch.
Turn the operating shaft anticlockwise until the earthing switch is
heard to open.
The indicator (fig. 5.15B) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
horizontal position.
Place the operating handle (fig. 5.16C) on the operating shaft of the
load break switch.
Turn the operating shaft clockwise until the load break switch is
heard to close.
The indicator (fig. 5.16A) on the synoptic diagram moves to the
vertical position. The cubicle is now ready for putting into operation.
Turn anticlockwise = open switch
Turn clockwise = close switch
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5.2.5
Operating the circuit breaker and the relay
See the documentation supplied by the circuit breaker manufacturer.
5.2.6
Operating the low voltage switch
During normal operation the low voltage switch is CLOSED.
• Pull the low voltage switch forwards with both hands at the same time to open the low
voltage switch.
• Push the low voltage switch backwards with both hands at the same time to close the
low voltage switch.
Always cut off the power supply. On the safety cubicle switch the load break
switch to OPEN and the earthing switch to CLOSED.
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MAINTENANCE
6.1
Safety instructions – maintenance
•
•
•
•
•
•
6.2
Also see “General safety directions and instructions”.
The maintenance actions described are restricted to qualified and trained operators.
Always observe the local applicable safety instructions and guidelines.
All other, not indicated maintenance tasks are restricted to trained and qualified service
personnel (employed by the power supply company).
Ensure that the whole medium voltage switchgear is voltage free before you carry out
the maintenance actions described.
Only put the medium voltage switchgear back into operation after all the front panels
and doors that have been removed have been refitted and the work carried out has
been carefully checked.
Never leave tools or fitting material in or on top of the medium voltage switchgear.
Maintenance - general
The DF-2 cubicles have been designed to operate problem free with a minimum of
maintenance. To guarantee this a few simple maintenance and cleaning actions are
necessary. If you exercise the necessary care and carry out the actions described
faithfully, any problems will usually be discovered and corrected before they lead to
a major problem
Considering that the maintenance intervals, depending on the specific operating
circumstances, can vary a lot, no maintenance intervals are stated.
Exceptions to this are the following tasks:
interval
Every 2 years
Every 2 years
Every 5 years
task
Switching the switch (es) on DF-2 cubicles with an interrupting
function
• See “Switching of the switch(es) (DF-2 cubicles with an interrupting
function)”.
Making the entire medium voltage switchgear voltage free
• See “Safety instructions – maintenance”
Removal of the roof panels (for cleaning purposes)
• See “Fitting the bus bars”
Ensure that the entire medium voltage switchgear is voltage
free before removing the roof panels.
Every 10 years
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• See “Replacing the fuses (DF-P cubicles)”
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6.2.1
•
•
General checking actions
Regularly carry out a thorough, general visual inspection.
Check that the cables are still properly attached.
6.2.2
Cleaning the DF-2 cubicles
Contamination of the DF-2 cubicles can initially be limited by following the IEC
recommendations concerning the installation area. See “Recommendations – installation
area”.
6.2.2.1 Cleaning the outside
•
•
•
Read the safety instructions first. See “Safety instructions – maintenance”
Clean the outside with a non-fluffy cloth and a non-corrosive cleaning agent.
Rub the cleaned surfaces thoroughly dry.
6.2.2.2 Cleaning the inside
The entire interior of the DF-2 cubicles must be kept free of dust, sediment and other
contamination. This applies for isolators, sets of bus bar, apparatus and cable
compartments.
A clean and dust-free interior increases the dielectric characteristics and limits
the leakage current to a minimum.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remove the front panel. See “Erection”.
Remove the door. See “Unpacking”.
Clean the outside (also the cables) with a non-fluffy cloth and a non-corrosive cleaning
agent.
Thoroughly dry the cleaned surfaces to prevent fly rust, copper oxidation and corrosion
of the fitting materials.
Check all bolt-nut connections.
Fit the front panel.
Refit the door.
To be able to clean the inside of DF-2 cubicles with a circuit breaker properly, the circuit
breaker must be temporarily removed from the cubicle. The method of disassembly varies
according to the type of circuit breaker. See:
−
“Sliding in and out the fix mounted circuit breaker (DF-D)”
−
“Sliding in and out the withdrawable circuit breaker (DF-D-W)”
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6.2.2.2.1 Sliding in and out the fix mounted circuit breaker (DF-D)
D
A
E
B
J
C
D
E
F
A
I
C
G
H
6.01
•
•
•
•
Make the concerned cubicle voltage free. See “Safety instructions – maintenance”
Remove the door. See “Unpacking”.
Loosen the top connections of the circuit breaker:
• Loosen the nuts (fig. 6.01D).
• Remove the flat washers (fig. 6.01E).
• Remove the lock washer (fig. 6.01A) and the hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 6.01C)
Loosen the bottom connections of the circuit breaker:
• Loosen the nuts (fig. 6.01D).
• Remove the flat washers (fig. 6.01E).
• Remove the lock washer (fig. 6.01A) and the hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 6.01C)
The flexible braid (fig. 6.01J)
must stay on the circuit breaker.
•
•
Disconnect any low voltage connector present on the circuit breaker(fig. 6.01H).
Slide the circuit breaker out of the cable compartment.
Avoid damaging the earthing contact (fig. 6.01I) on the circuit breaker slide.
Carefully slide out the circuit breaker.
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Now the circuit breaker has been removed from the cubicle, the relay of the circuit breaker
can be tested easily.
The following applies for sliding in the fix mounted circuit breaker:
• Place the circuit breaker with its rear wheels in the transport rails (fig. 6.01G).
• Slide the circuit breaker against the rear stop of the guides.
• Connect any low voltage connector present on the circuit breaker(fig. 6.01H).
• Loosen the bottom connections of the circuit breaker:
• Place the connection against the connecting contact (fig. 6.01F).
• Secure the whole assembly with the hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 6.01C), the lock
washer (fig. 6.01A), the flat washer (fig. 6.01E) and the nut (fig. 6.01D).
• Fasten the top connections of the circuit breaker:
• Place the connection against the connecting contact (fig. 6.01B).
• Secure the whole assembly with the hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 6.01C), the lock
washer (fig. 6.01A), the flat washer (fig. 6.01E) and the nut (fig. 6.01D).
• Fit the door of the cable compartment. See “Refitting the door”.
• Lock the door with a reliable padlock.
• Put the cubicle back into operation.
6.2.2.2.2 Sliding in and out the withdrawable circuit breaker (DF-D-W)
A
B
I
A
B
G
H
6.02
•
6-4
Make the concerned cubicle voltage free. See “Safety instructions – maintenance”.
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•
•
•
Remove the door. See “Unpacking”.
Disconnect any low voltage connector present on the circuit breaker(fig. 6.02H).
Carefully pull the circuit breaker forwards so that the connections (fig. 6.02B) are freed
of the sliding contacts (fig. 6.02A).
Slide the circuit breaker out of the cable compartment.
Avoid damaging the earthing contact (fig. 6.01I) on the slide of the circuit
breaker. Carefully slide out the circuit breaker.
Transport the circuit breaker using the transport cradle supplied.
Now the circuit breaker has been removed from the cubicle, the relay of the circuit breaker
can be tested easily.
The following applies for sliding in the withdrawable circuit breaker:
• Place the circuit breaker with its rear wheels in the transport rails (fig. 6.02G).
• Carefully push the circuit breaker backwards so that the connections (fig. 6.02B) are in
the sliding contacts (fig. 6.02A).
• Slide the circuit breaker against the rear stop of the guides.
• Connect any low voltage connector present on the circuit breaker (fig. 6.02H).
• Fit the door of the cable compartment. See “Refitting the door”.
• Lock the door with a reliable padlock.
• Put the cubicle back into operation.
• Check the connections between the connections and the sliding contacts.
6.2.3
Lubricating the earthing knife and the damping blocks (if present)
On installation of the medium voltage switchgear, the
earthing knife spoons and the damping blocks of the
main earthing switch and (if present) the auxiliary
earthing switch are given a coating of SGC lubricant.
The periodic cleaning of the inside of the cubicles
(especially the cleaning of the cable compartment) is
the most suitable moment for cleaning and degreasing
these components thoroughly to remove the dirt
attracted by the grease.
•
•
•
•
A
B
Make the entire medium voltage switchgear voltage
free. See “Safety instructions – maintenance”
6.03
Remove the door. See “Unpacking”.
Clean the earthing knife spoons (fig. 6.03B) and the damping blocks (fig. 6.03A).
After cleaning these components, lubricate them again with an approx. 0.5 mm thick,
evenly applied layer of the SGC grease supplied (order number: GR002002).
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With DF-P cubicles not only the earthing knife
spoons (fig. 6.04B) and damping blocks (fig.
6.04A) of the main earthing switch, as well
as the earthing knife spoons (fig. 6.04C) and
damping blocks (fig. 6.04D) of the second
earthing switch (auxiliary earthing switch)
has to be cleaned and then lubricated again.
•
•
•
A
Fit the door of the cable compartment.
See “Refitting the door”.
Lock the door with a reliable padlock.
Put the medium voltage switchgear back into
operation.
B
D
C
6.04
6.2.4
Switching of the switch(es) (DF-2 cubicles with an interruption function)
Switches that are hardly ever used must be switched at least every two years to check
the functioning of the mechanical components. See “Operation”.
6.2.5
Replacing the fuse (DF-P cubicles)
The fuses in DF-P cubicles must be replaced at least every 10 operating years, or
sooner if a repair task is necessary in this frame (for example after one of the fuses was
tripped).
Always replace all three HOV fuses at the same time,
even when only one is defective.
•
•
6-6
Make the entire medium voltage switchgear voltage free. See “Safety instructions –
maintenance”
Remove the door. See “Unpacking”.
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•
Remove the three fuses, starting with the front fuse:
• Push the fuse (fig. 6.05C) at the top out of the
spring clip (fig. 6.05A).
• Take the fuse out of the spring clip at the bottom
(fig. 6.05B).
Fit the new fuses. Start at the back of the cubicle
and work methodically towards the door opening:
Ensure that the hitting bolts (fig. 6.05E) are at
the top. The indicator on the fuse (fig. 6.05D)
should point upwards.
F
E
A
B
D
C
6.05
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fit the fuse in the bottom spring clip (fig. 6.05B).
With a rotating movement, push the fuse into the top spring clip (fig. 6.05A).
This prevents damage to the bending of the spring clip.
Manually check the tripping mechanism: the levers (fig. 6.05F) should not be trapped
or show signs of defect.
Fit the door of the cable compartment. See “Refitting the door”.
Lock the door with a reliable padlock.
Put the medium voltage switchgear back into operation.
6.2.6
•
•
Emptying the oil tray (DF-T cubicles with oil-filled transformers)
Regularly check the level of the oil in the tray.
When necessary, dispose off the oil in an environmentally friendly way.
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Notes:
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ref.
1_2
3_4
5_6
7_8
9_10
11_12
13_14
15_16
27_28
description
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON RV44 (1)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON RV44 (1)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON RV44 (1)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON RV44 (1)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON RV44 (1)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON RV44 (1)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON EM20
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON EM20
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON EM20
ref.
31_32
33_34
35_36
37_38
39_40
41_42
43_44
45_46
99_100
description
NC ON RONIS EM20 IN
NO ON RONIS EM20 IN
NC ON RONIS EM20 OUT
NO ON RONIS EM20 OUT
NC ON RONIS RV44 IN
NO ON RONIS RV44 IN
NC ON RONIS RV44 OUT
NO ON RONIS RV44 OUT
HEATING RESISTANCE
7
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
7.1
Numbering of terminals DF-A, DF-P en DF-D: part 1
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ref.
47_48
49_50
51_52
53_54
55_56
57_58
61_62
59_60
185 186
description
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON DOOR
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON DOOR
NC END COURSE DAM IN
NO END COURSE DAM IN
NC END COURSE DAM OUT
NO END COURSE DAM OUT
MOTOR
STATOR
SHORT CIRCUIT INDICATOR NO
7.2
7-2
Numbering of terminals DF-A, DF-P en DF-D: part 2
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63_64
65_66
67_68
69_70
71_72
73_74
75 76
description
TRIPPING COIL DF-P /VAC
CLOSING COIL DF-P/VAC
DELAYED UNDERVOLTAGE ON DF-P/VAC
UNDERVOLTAGE ON DF-P/VAC
NC ON FUSE TRIP
NO ON FUSE TRIP
MOTOR VAC
ref.
77_78
79_80
81_82
83_84
181_182
183_184
description
NC SPRING ARMED DF-P /VAC
NO SPRING ARMED DF-P /VAC
NC DPMEC ARMED DF-P
NO DPMEC ARMED DF-P
NC ON FUSE TRIP
NO ON FUSE TRIP
7.3
Numbering of terminals DF-P: part 3
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ref.
63_64
65_66
67_68
69_70
75_76
77_78
79_80
85_86
87_88
89_90
91_92
description
TRIPPING COIL DF-P /VAC
CLOSING COIL DF-P/VAC
DELAYED UNDERVOLTAGE ON DF-P/VAC
UNDERVOLTAGE ON DF-P/VAC
MOTOR VAC
NC SPRING ARMED DF-P /VAC
NO SPRING ARMED DF-P /VAC
CURRENT TRIPCOIL VAC
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON VAC
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON VAC
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON VAC
ref.
95_96
97_98
129_130
131_132
133_134
135_136
137_138
139_140
191_192_196
197_198_299
199_200
description
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON VAC
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON VAC
NC ON RONIS VAC IN
NO ON RONIS VAC IN
NC ON RONIS VAC OUT
NO ON RONIS VAC OUT
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON VAC
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON VAC
CHANGE OVER CONTACT VAC FAULT 1 RELAY
CHANGE OVER CONTACT VAC FAULT RELAY 2
ALIMENTATION RELAY VAC (RP600-PS421-)
7.4
7-4
Numbering of terminals DF-D: part 3
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17_18
19_21
19_20
22_23
22_24
22 25
description
SUPPLY 48VDC SIBELGAS + SIBELGAS CLOSE BUTTON DAM
SIBELGAS TRIP BUTTON DAM
NO SIBELGAS ON DAM EM20
NO SIBELGAS ON DAM RV44
NC SIBELGAS ON DAM RV44
7.5
Numbering of terminals DF-A with motor Sibelgaz
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ref.
111_112
113_114
115_116
117_118
119_120
121_122
123_124
125 126
description
CT1 1S1-1S2
CT1 2S1-2S2
CT1 3S1-3S2
CT2 1S1-1S2
CT2 2S1-2S2
CT2 3S1-3S2
CT3 1S1-1S2
CT3 2S1 2S2
ref.
127_128
161_162
163_164
165_166
167_168
169_170
171_172
description
CT3 3S1-3S2
VT1 110V S1-S2
VT2 110V S1-S2
VT3 110V S1-S2
VT1 220V S1-S2
VT2 220V S1-S2
VT3 220V S1-S2
7.6
7-6
Numbering of terminals CT / VT
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193_194_195
306_307_308
300_301_302
303_304_305
310_311
310_312
313_314
313_315
316_317
316_318
319_320
description
CHANGE OVER CONTACT ZIEHL ALARM2
CHANGE OVER CONTACT ZIEHL ALARM1NC/NO
CHANGE OVER AUXILIARIE ON LT CB
CHANGE OVER CONTACT ON LT SWIT.NC/NO
NO LEVEL DGPT2
NC LEVEL DGPT2
NO PRESSION DGPT2
NC PRESSURE DGPT2
NO TEMPERATURE 1 DGPT2
NG TEMPERATURE 1 DGPT2
NO TEMPERATURE 2 DGPT2
7.7
Numbering of terminals DF-T:
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ref.
101_102
103_104
105_106
107_108
109_110
141_142
143_144
145 146
description
ALIMENTATION 220VAC
SUPPLY 110VAC
SUPPLY 110VDC
SUPPLY 48 VDC
SUPPLY 24 VDC
CLOSING PUSH BUTTON
TRIPPING PUSH BUTTON
RESET PUSH BUTTON
ref.
147_148
149_150
201_202
203_204
205_206
207_208
209_210
211 212
description
NC ON SWITCH LOCAL-AUTOMAT.
NO ON SWITCH LOCAL-AUTOMAT.
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON RV44 (2)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON RV44 (2)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON RV44 (2)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON RV44 (2)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NC ON RV44 (2)
AUXILIARY SWITCH NO ON RV44 (2)
7.8
7-8
Numbering of terminals general
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DF-2 CUBICLES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
8.1
Packing material
The packing material mainly consists of:
−
(Untreated) wood
−
Plastic straps
−
Plastic film
•
•
Contact the local public cleaning department for the details of recycling or
an environmentally friendly way of processing the packing materials.
Tender the packing material as instructed (separated).
For Belgium: Euro pallets must, after installation of the cubicles, be returned to
SwitchGear Company nv.
8.2
Disposal of the cubicles
With a view to the re-use of electrical components, the RV 44 load break switches filled
with SF6-gas (sulphur hexafluoride) could be returned to SwitchGear Company nv at the
end of their life
or when damaged.
On consultation, complete DF-2 cubicles can also be returned. If this is not possible,
the cubicles must be processed in an environmentally friendly way.
•
Contact the local public cleansing department and tender the material in the prescribed
manner (separated).
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MOUNTING OF OPTIONS
For DF-2 cells with an interrupting function various drive mechanisms are available.
For a complete overview of the scope for each cell type, as well as the functioning of the
various drive mechanisms, see the Technical Brochure (order number: AG601101).
Depending on the drive mechanism present, one or more of the following options (possibly
combined) can be mounted:
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
auxiliary contact(s) on the shaft of the load break switch
auxiliary contact(s) on the shaft of the earth switch
auxiliary contact(s) for indicating the position of the key lock
auxiliary contact(s) for indicating the tripping of the fuse
auxiliary contact(s) for the DP-A or DP-A-M reinforced
key lock(s) on the shaft of the load isolation switch
key lock(s) on the shaft of the earth switch
mechanical indication of the tripping of the fuse
under-voltage release(s) (with or without minutia)
shunt-trip release(s)
For a complete overview of the possible options for each drive mechanism,
see the Technical Brochure (order number: AG601101).
Separate mounting instructions are delivered with the options.
Available mounting instructions:
description
DA – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch/earth switch
DA-M – Auxiliary contacts on the earth switch
DA-M – Auxiliary contacts for the key lock on the load break
switch/earth switch
DA-K – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
DA-K-M – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
DA-EDN-D – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
DP – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
DP – Auxiliary contact for indicating the state of the fuse
DP-M – Auxiliary contact for indicating the state of the fuse
DA – Key locks on the load break switch/earth switch
DA-M – Key locks on the load break switch/earth switch
DP – Key locks on the earth switch
DP – Key locks on the load break switch
DP, DP-M, DP-A, DP-A-M – Mounting of the shunt-trip release
DP – Mounting of an under-voltage release, delayed with minutia
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IVS-13-007-01-100
IVS-13-007-01-101
IVS-13-007-01-102
IVS-13-007-01-103
IVS-13-007-01-104
IVS-13-007-01-105
IVS-13-007-01-106
IVS-13-007-01-107
IVS-13-007-01-108
IVS-13-007-01-200
IVS-13-007-01-201
IVS-13-007-01-202
IVS-13-007-01-203
IVS-13-007-01-300
IVS-13-007-01-301
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9.1
Auxiliary contacts
Auxiliary contacts can be mounted at various places on the drive mechanism and always
have an indicating function:
−
−
−
−
−
auxiliary contacts on the shaft of the load break switch indicate the position
of the load break switch
auxiliary contacts on the shaft of the earth switch indicate the position of the earth
switch
auxiliary contacts for key locks indicate the position of the key lock
auxiliary contacts for fuses indicate the status of the fuse (tripped – not tripped)
auxiliary contacts for DP-A of DP-A-M reinforced, indicate the status of this position
9.1.1
Preparation for mounting
The following preparations must always be taken before you start mounting one or more
auxiliary contacts:
• Make the entire medium voltage board voltage free.
Open the particular cell as well as the load isolation and the earth switches
(if present).
•
Dismount the front panel:
• Loosen the four hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 10.01C)
• Remove the four washers (fig. 10.01B).
• Remove the front panel (fig. 10.01A).
A
B
C
10.01
9.1.2
Mounting of auxiliary contacts - general
Special mounting kits are available for the mounting of auxiliary contacts.
The composition of these mounting kits and thus the method and/or order of mounting
varies depending on factors such as:
−
type of drive mechanism
−
function of the auxiliary contact
−
number of extra auxiliary contacts to be mounted
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The table with the accompanying figure shows the composition of a standard
single auxiliary contact. This assembly is always applicable, regardless of the
function of the auxiliary contact and the type of drive mechanism.
For further information and detailed mounting instructions for each specific
mounting kit, see “Mounting of auxiliary contacts – specific (for each drive
mechanism)”
order number description
number pos. no.
OP401100
auxiliary contact – 1
fig. 10.02A
shaft, straight
model, premounted on
carrier plate
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4 2
fig. 10.02B
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
2
A
B
C
fig. 10.02C
10.02
9.1.3
Final checking and commissioning
The following actions must always be carried out after mounting one or more auxiliary
contacts:
• Check that the fitting materials are properly attached.
• Measure the auxiliary contacts – in the closed as well as open position – using a
multimeter.
• Connect the auxiliary contacts electronically using the plug connections.
• Mount the front panel.
• Put the particular cell into operation: earth switch (if present) OPEN, load break switch
CLOSED.
• Put the medium voltage board back into operation.
9.1.4
Mounting of auxiliary contacts – specific (for each drive mechanism)
9.1.4.1 DP – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts on the load break switch of the DP-drive mechanism,
several mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors like:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
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9.1.4.1.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order
number
OP401001
OP401011
OP401100
OP401101
OP401110
OP402010
OP402011
OP402110
OP402111
OP403021
OP403121
•
description
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for
three auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
See following table.
order number description
OP401011
1x auxiliary
contact – wheel,
left-handed
model, on carrier
plate for two
auxiliary contacts
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.15A
2
fig. 10.15B
2
fig. 10.15C
A
B
C
10.15
9.1.4.1.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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D
A B C
10.16
•
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contacts (fig. 10.16A) using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.16C) and the lock washers (fig. 10.16B) on the support plate (fig.
10.16D) for the shunt-trip release.
The support plate is provided with holes for this.
Avoid damaging the auxiliary contact by the indicator (fig. 10.16E). Ensure that
the wheel of the auxiliary contact is pointing down.
9.1.4.2 DA-K – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts on the load break switch of the DA-K-drive mechanism,
several mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors such as:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
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9.1.4.2.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order number
OP401001
OP401011
OP401100
OP401101
OP401110
OP402010
OP402011
OP402110
OP402111
OP403021
OP403121
•
description
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for
two auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for
three auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
See following table.
order number
OP402011
GR041604
GR040909
description
2x auxiliary
contact – wheel,
left-handed
model, premounted on
carrier plate
DIN 6798A Ø
M4 lock washer
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.11A
2
fig. 10.11B
2
fig. 10.11C
A
B
C
10.11
9.1.4.2.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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A B C
10.12
•
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contacts (fig. 10.12A) using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.12C) and the lock washers (fig. 10.12B) on the front plate (fig. 10.12D).
The front plate is provided with holes for this.
9.1.4.3 DA-K-M – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts on the load break switch of the DA-K-M-drive mechanism,
several mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors such as:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
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9.1.4.3.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order number description
OP401001
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401011
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP401100
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401101
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401110
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402010
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402011
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402110
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402111
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP403021
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
OP403121
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
•
See following table.
order number description
OP403121
3x auxiliary
contact – shaft,
left-handed
model, premounted on
carrier plate
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.09A
2
fig. 10.09B
2
fig. 10.09C
A
B
C
10.09
9.1.4.3.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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A
B C
10.10
•
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contacts (fig. 10.10A) using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.10C) and the lock washers (fig. 10.10B) on the front plate (fig. 10.10D).
The front plate is provided with holes for this.
9.1.4.4 DA-EDN-D – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts on the load break switch of the DA-EDN-D-drive
mechanism, several mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors such as:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
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9.1.4.4.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order number
OP401001
OP401011
OP401100
OP401101
OP401110
OP402010
OP402011
OP402110
OP402111
OP403021
OP403121
•
description
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for
two auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for
three auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
See following table.
order number
OP401011
GR041604
GR040909
description
1x auxiliary
contact – wheel,
left-handed
model, on
carrier plate for
two auxiliary
contacts
DIN 6798A Ø
M4 lock washer
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical
screw
number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.13A
2
fig. 10.13B
2
fig. 10.13C
A
B
C
10.13
9.1.4.4.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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A B C
10.14
•
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contacts (fig. 10.14A) using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.14C) and the lock washers (fig. 10.14B) on the back plate (fig. 10.14D).
The back plate is provided with holes for this.
9.1.4.5 DA-M – Auxiliary contacts for the key lock on the load break switch/earth
switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts for the key locks on the load break switch and/or earth
switch of the DA-M-drive mechanism, several mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors such as:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
If load break switches of motor-operated drive mechanisms are provided with
key locks, the associated auxiliary contacts must always be mounted.
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The example below deals with mounting auxiliary contacts at the key locks of the load
break switch. The method of mounting is identical to that of the earth switch.
9.1.4.5.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order number description
OP401001
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401011
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP401100
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401101
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401110
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402010
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402011
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402110
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402111
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP403021
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for
three auxiliary contacts
OP403121
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
•
See following table.
order number description
OP402011
2x auxiliary
contact – wheel,
left-handed
model, on carrier
plate for two
auxiliary contacts
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
number pos. no.
2
fig. 10.07A
4
fig. 10.07B
4
fig. 10.07C
A
B
C
10.07
9.1.4.5.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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E
A C B
A
10.08
•
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contacts (fig. 10.08A) using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.08B) and the lock washers (fig. 10.08C) on the front plate (fig. 10.08D).
The front plate is provided with holes for this.
When there are key locks (fig. 10.08E) on the load break switch, an auxiliary
contact must always be mounted.
9.1.4.6 DA – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch/earth switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts on the load break switch and/or earth switch of the DAdrive mechanism, several mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors such as:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
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9.1.4.6.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order number
OP401001
OP401011
OP401100
OP401101
OP401110
OP402010
OP402011
OP402110
OP402111
OP403021
OP403121
•
description
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for
two auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for
three auxiliary contacts
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
See following table.
order number description
DA980097
mounting plate with auxiliary contact(s),
pre-mounted on carrier plate(s). (for available
auxiliary contacts, see overview above).
GR041308
DIN 6923 M8 hexagon nut with collar (Ripp class 10)
GR041508
DIN 125 Ø M8 flat washer
GR041608
DIN 6798A Ø M8 lock washer
GR040825
DIN 933 M8x25 hexagonal tap bolt
number
1
pos. no.
fig. 10.03A
4
2
2
2
fig. 10.03B
fig. 10.03C
fig. 10.03D
fig. 10.03E
E
D
C
B
A
10.03
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For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
E
D
F
C
B
A
G
B
10.04
•
•
•
•
•
Fit the hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 10.04E), with the lock washer (fig. 10.04D) in the holes
of the front plate (fig. 10.04F).
Remove the flat washers (fig. 10.04C) on the wire ends.
Mount a hexagon nut on each wire end (fig. 10.04B) and retighten the hexagon nuts.
Mount the mounting plate (fig. 10.04A) with the mounted auxiliary contacts over the
wire ends.
Secure the whole assembly by screwing a second hexagon nut onto each wire end
(fig. 10.04B).
Thanks to the two holes (G) in the mounting plate, a DIN rail can be mounted
easily on which a terminal strip can be fitted.
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9.1.4.7 DA-M – Auxiliary contacts on the earth switch
For mounting auxiliary contacts on the earth switch of the DA-M-drive mechanism, several
mounting kits are available.
The composition of these mounting kits vary, depending on factors such as:
−
number of contacts ordered
−
version (left or right-handed) of the auxiliary contacts
−
type of auxiliary contact (shaft or wheel)
In all cases, the auxiliary contacts have already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
9.1.4.7.1 Available auxiliary contacts
order number description
OP401001
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401011
1x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP401100
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401101
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for one
auxiliary contact
OP401110
1x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402010
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402011
2x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402110
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, right-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP402111
2x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for two
auxiliary contacts
OP403021
3x auxiliary contact – wheel, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
OP403121
3x auxiliary contact – shaft, left-handed model, on carrier plate for three
auxiliary contacts
•
See following table.
order number description
OP402110
2x auxiliary
contact – shaft,
right-handed
model, on carrier
plate for two
auxiliary contacts
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
number
1
pos. no.
fig. 10.05A
A
B
2
fig. 10.05B
C
2
fig. 10.05C
10.05
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For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
D
C
B
A
10.06
•
•
Dismount the existing auxiliary contact:
• Disconnect the plug connections.
• Loosen the cylindrical screws (fig. 10.06B).
• Remove the lock washers (fig. 10.06C).
• Remove the carrier plate (fig. 10.06A) with the existing auxiliary contact.
Mount the new carrier plate with the auxiliary contacts using the cylindrical screws and
the lock washers on the front plate (fig. 10.06D).
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9.1.4.8 DP – Auxiliary contact for indicating the status of fuses
For mounting the auxiliary contact that indicates the status of the fuses (tripped - not
tripped) a special mounting kit is available for the DP-drive mechanism.
The auxiliary contact has already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
•
See following table.
order number description
OP501111
1x auxiliary
contact, adjusted
for indicating the
status of fuses
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
GR040738
DIN84 M5x40
cylindrical screw
with slot
GR041005
DIN 934 hexagon
nut M5
GR041105
DIN 985 lock nut
M5
GR040739
DIN84 M5x60
cylindrical screw
with slot
DP995210
Indicator position
fuses WG + ZG
GR102520
Nylon bearing
bush type ø8
ø5 x ø10 x ø20
number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.17A
2
fig. 10.17B
2
fig. 10.17C
1
fig. 10.17D
E
E
6
fig. 10.17E
1
fig. 10.17F
1
fig. 10.17G
1
fig. 10.17H
1
fig. 10.17I
I
E
A B C
F
H G D
10.17
9.1.4.8.1 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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A B C H
E6
K
E5
E4
E2 J
I E3 E1 F
G
D
10.18
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Place the cylindrical screw (fig. 10.18D) into the indicator (fig. 10.18H).
Screw the lock nut (fig. 10.18F) onto the screw.
Tighten the lock nut as much as possible until the indicator can still turn freely on the
screw.
Screw the nut (fig. 10.18E1) about 1 cm onto the screw.
Place the screw with the indicator into the carrier plate of the auxiliary contact
(fig. 10.18A).
Fix the screw on the carrier plate using the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E2).
Screw the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E3) onto the screw (fig. 10.18G).
Tighten the nut until about 3 mm from the screw head.
Place the nylon bearing bush (fig. 10.18I) onto the screw.
Screw the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E4) onto the screw.
Fully tighten the nut.
Screw the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E5) about 1 cm onto the screw.
Screw the screw (fig. 10.18G) into the shaft (fig. 10.18K) of the tripping mechanism in
such a way, that the hexagon nut lies against the shaft.
Fix the screw on the shaft using the second hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E6).
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contact and the indicator using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.18C) and the lock washers (fig. 10.18B) on the support plate
(fig. 10.18L) for the shunt-trip release.
The support plate is provided with holes for this.
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The shaft (fig. 10.18J) of the auxiliary contact must point down and rest upon the
nylon bearing bush.
The slot in the indicator must be between the nut and the head of the screw (fig.
10.18G). Adjust the screw, if necessary:
• Loosen both hexagonal nuts (fig. 10.18E5 and E 6) and turn the screw in or
out.
• Tighten the hexagonal nuts.
•
Check the operation of the auxiliary contact by moving the tripping mechanism up and
down by hand.
9.1.4.9 DP-M – Auxiliary contact for indicating the status of fuses
For mounting the auxiliary contact that indicates the status of the fuses (tripped - not
tripped) a special mounting kit is available for the DP-M-drive mechanism.
The auxiliary contact has already been pre-mounted on the carrier plate.
•
See following table.
order number description
OP501101
1x auxiliary
contact, adjusted
for indicating the
status of fuses
GR041604
DIN 6798A Ø M4
lock washer
GR040909
DIN 912 M4x6
cylindrical screw
GR040738
DIN84 M5x 40
cylindrical screw
with slot
GR041005
DIN 934 hexagon
nut M5
GR041105
DIN 985 lock nut
M5
GR040739
DIN84 M5x60
cylindrical screw
with slot
DP995210
Indicator position
fuses WG + ZG
GR102520
Nylon bearing
bush type ø8
ø5 x ø10 x ø20
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number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.17A
2
fig. 10.17B
2
fig. 10.17C
1
fig. 10.17D
E
E
6
fig. 10.17E
1
fig. 10.17F
1
fig. 10.17G
1
fig. 10.17H
1
fig. 10.17I
I
E
A B C
F
H G D
10.17
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For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
L
A B C H
E6
K
E5
E4
E2 J
I E3 E1 F
G
D
10.18
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Place the cylindrical screw (fig. 10.18D) into the indicator (fig. 10.18H).
Screw the lock nut (fig. 10.18F) onto the screw.
Tighten the lock nut as much as possible until the indicator can still turn freely on the
screw.
Screw the nut (fig. 10.18E1) about 1 cm onto the screw.
Place the screw with the indicator into the carrier plate of the auxiliary contact (fig.
10.18A).
Fix the screw on the carrier plate using the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E2).
Screw the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E3) onto the screw (fig. 10.18G).
Tighten the nut until about 3 mm from the screw head.
Place the nylon bearing bush (fig. 10.18I) onto the screw.
Screw the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E4) onto the screw.
Fully tighten the nut.
Screw the hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E5) about 1 cm onto the screw.
Screw the screw (fig. 10.18G) into the shaft (fig. 10.18K) of the tripping mechanism in
such a way, that the hexagon nut lies against the shaft.
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Fix the screw on the shaft using the second hexagon nut (fig. 10.18E6).
Mount the carrier plate with the auxiliary contact and the indicator using the cylindrical
screws (fig. 10.18C) and the lock washers (fig. 10.18B) on the support plate (fig.
10.18L) for the shunt-trip release.
The support plate is provided with holes for this.
The shaft (fig. 10.18J) of the auxiliary contact must point down and rest upon the
nylon bearing bush.
The slot in the indicator must be between the nut and the head of the screw
(fig. 10.18G). Adjust the screw, if necessary:
• Loosen both hexagonal nuts (fig. 10.18E5 and E 6) and turn the screw in or
out.
• Tighten the hexagonal nuts.
•
Check the operation of the auxiliary contact by moving the tripping mechanism up and
down by hand.
9.2
Key locks
Key locks (in the form of Ronis locks) can be attached to the drive mechanism on different
places to lock the shaft of the load break switch and/or the shaft of the earth switch.
In this way the cell is also adequately protected against unintended opening and closing of
the switch(es) involved.
The locking of the switches of the motor-operated drive-mechanisms must
always involve two locks per switch; the left-hand lock locks the switch in OPEN
position, the right-hand lock locks the switch in CLOSED position.
Besides, when the key locks are mounted on the load break switch of motoroperated drive mechanisms, mounting the corresponding auxiliary contacts is
obliged. See “DA-M – Auxiliary contacts for the key locks on the load break
switch/earth switch”.
9.2.1
Preparation for mounting
The following preparations must always be taken before you start mounting one or more
key locks:
• Make the entire medium voltage board voltage free.
Open the particular cell as well as the load isolation and the earth switches (if
present).
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Dismount the front panel:
• Loosen the four hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 10.01C)
• Remove the four washers (fig. 10.01B).
• Remove the front panel (fig. 10.01A).
A
B
C
10.01
9.2.2
Mounting of key locks - general
Special mounting kits are available for mounting key locks.
The composition of these mounting kits and thus the method and/or order of mounting,
varies depending on factors such as:
−
type of drive mechanism
−
function (position) of the key lock
−
number of key locks to be mounted
The table with the accompanying figure shows the composition of a standard
key lock set. Dependent on the function (and therefore the position) of the key
locks, the drive-mechanism type (and so the number of key locks to be mounted)
this composition may be changed.
For further information and detailed mounting instructions for each specific
mounting kit, see “Mounting of key locks – specific (for each drive mechanism)”
order number description
OP100000
Ronis lock, incl.
key
GR040922
DIN 912 M5x25
cylindrical screw
GR041705
Ø M5 contact
locking ring
number pos. no.
1
fig. 10.50A
4
fig. 10.50B
4
fig. 10.50C
A C B
10.50
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9.2.3
Final checking and commissioning
The following actions must always be carried out after mounting one or more key locks:
• Check that the fitting materials are properly attached.
• Check the operation of the key locks.
• If the key locks are mounted on the load break switch of motor-operated drive
mechanisms, always mount the associated auxiliary contacts. See “DA-M – Auxiliary
contacts for the key locks on the load break switch/earth switch”.
• Mount the front panel.
• Put the particular cell into operation: earth switch (if present) OPEN, load break switch
CLOSED.
• Put the medium voltage board back into operation.
9.2.4
Mounting of key locks – specific (for each drive mechanism)
9.2.4.1 DP – Key locks on the earth switch
For mounting the two key locks on the load break switch of the DP-drive mechanism,
a specific mounting kit is available.
•
See following table.
order number description
OP100000
Ronis lock, incl.
key
GR040922
DIN 912 M5x25
cylindrical screw
GR041705
Ø M5 contact
locking ring
GR041105
DIN 985 lock nut
nylon ring M5
number pos. no.
2
fig. 10.54A
7
fig. 10.54B
7
fig. 10.54C
7
fig. 10.54D
C B
A
D
10.54
9.2.4.1.1 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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D
A
G C B
10.55
•
•
•
Loosen the four hexagonal bolts (fig. 10.55E) of the front plate a few strokes.
Pull the front plate (fig. 10.55F) forward until there is enough space between the front
plate and the back plate.
Mount the key locks (fig. 10.55A) using the cylindrical screws (fig. 10.55B), the contact
locking rings (fig. 10.55C) and the self-locking hexagonal nuts (fig. 10.55D) on the
back side of the front plate.
The rounded side of the lock (fig. 10.55G) must smoothly fall into the slot of the
shaft of the switch.
•
Fix the front plate using the four hexagonal bolts.
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9.2.4.2 DP – Key lock on the load break switch
For mounting the key lock on the load break switch of the DP-drive mechanism, a specific
mounting kit is available.
•
See following table.
order number
OP100000
GR040922
GR041705
GR041105
DP994229
GR040927
GR041706
description
Ronis lock, incl. key
DIN 912 M5x25 cylindrical screw
Ø M5 contact locking ring
DIN 985 lock nut nylon ring M5
extension piece, completely pre-mounted
DIN 912 M6x10 cylindrical screw
M6 contact locking ring
number
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
pos. no.
fig. 10.56A
fig. 10.56B
fig. 10.56C
fig. 10.56D
fig. 10.56E
fig. 10.56F
fig. 10.56G
B
E
C
A
G
F
D
10.56
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For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
D
K
J
A
H
E G F
I
L C B
10.57
•
•
•
•
Loosen the four hexagonal bolts (fig. 10.57H) of the front plate a few strokes.
Pull the front plate (fig. 10.57I) forward until there is enough space between the front
plate and the back plate.
Mount the key lock (fig. 10.57A) using the cylindrical screws (fig. 10.57B), the contact
locking rings (fig. 10.57C) and the self-locking hexagonal nuts (fig. 10.57D) on the
back side of the front plate.
Attach the pre-mounted extension piece (fig. 10.57E) using the cylindrical screw (fig.
10.57F) and the contact locking ring (fig. 10.57G) on the end of the locking shaft (fig.
10.57J).
The rounded side of the lock (fig. 10.57K) must be able to move the extension
piece – through the cylindrical screw (fig 10.57L) - up and down to lock and
unlock the load break switch.
•
Fix the front plate using the four hexagonal bolts.
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9.2.4.3 DA-M – Key locks on the load break switch/earth switch
For mounting the two key locks on the load break switch and/or earth switch of the
DA-M-drive mechanism the standard set for each switch will be sufficient.
The example below deals with mounting the key locks on the load break switch.
The method of mounting is identical to that of the key locks on the earth switch.
•
See following table.
order number description
OP100000
Ronis lock, incl.
key
GR040922
DIN 912 M5x25
cylindrical
screw
GR041705
Ø M5 contact
locking ring
number pos. no.
2
fig. 10.50A
8
fig. 10.50B
8
fig. 10.50C
A C B
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9.2.4.3.1 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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E C B
10.51
•
Mount the key locks (fig. 10.51A) using the cylindrical screws (fig. 10.51B) and the
contact locking rings (fig. 10.51C) on the front plate (fig. 10.51D).
The rounded side of the lock (fig. 10.51E) must smoothly fall into the slot of the
shaft of the switch.
9.3
Shunt-trip releases
Shunt-trip releases can be mounted on the drive mechanism of cells with a fuse
combination. With the help of these shunt-trip releases the load break switch can be
opened automatically and from a distance.
9.3.1
Preparation for mounting
The following preparations must always be taken before you start mounting a shunt-trip
release:
• Make the entire medium voltage board voltage free.
Open the particular cell as well as the load isolation and the earth switches.
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Dismount the front panel:
• Loosen the four hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 10.01C)
• Remove the four washers (fig. 10.01B).
• Remove the front panel (fig. 10.01A).
A
B
C
10.01
9.3.2
Mounting of shunt-trip releases - general
Special mounting kits are available for mounting shunt-trip releases.
The composition of these mounting kits and thus the method and/or order of mounting
varies depending on the type of shunt-trip release.
For further information and detailed mounting instructions for each specific mounting kit,
see “Mounting of shunt-trip releases – specific (for each drive mechanism)”
9.3.3
Final checking and commissioning
The following actions must always be carried out after mounting the shunt-trip release:
• Check that the fitting materials are properly attached.
• Electrically connect the shunt-trip release.
• Measure the shunt-trip release using a multimeter. If the shunt-trip release is supplied
by an external power source, an auxiliary contact must always be placed.
• Mount the front panel.
• Put the particular cell into operation: earth switch (if present) OPEN, load break switch
CLOSED.
• Put the medium voltage board back into operation.
9.3.4
Mounting of shunt-trip releases – specific (for each drive mechanism)
9.3.4.1 DP, DP-M, DP-A, DP-A-M – Shunt-trip release on the load break switch
Special mounting kits are available for mounting the shunt-trip release. The composition of
these mounting kits may vary to some extent, depending on the release type.
9.3.4.1.1 Available release types
order number
OP210024
OP210048
OP210110
OP211110
OP211230
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description
shunt-trip release 24 VDC/DP
shunt-trip release 48 VDC/DP
shunt-trip release 110 VDC/DP
shunt-trip release 110 VAC/DP
shunt-trip release 230 VAC/DP
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See following table.
order number
OP200110
GR040909
GR041604
GR041101
GR041004
GR040420
GR043130
DP994195
GR003001
description
shunt-trip release 5%, 110 VDC
DIN 912 M4x6 cylindrical screw
DIN 6798A Ø M4 lock washer
DIN 985 locking nut nylon ring M2,5
DIN 934 hexagonal nut M4
DIN 933 hexagonal tap bolt M4x20
DIN 94 split pin 3,2x20
shaft shunt-trip release
Loctite 270
number
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
pos. no.
fig. 10.70A
fig. 10.70B
fig. 10.70C
fig. 10.70D
fig. 10.70E
fig. 10.70F
fig. 10.70G
fig. 10.70H
fig. 10.70I
The mounting material is supplied in a plastic bag.
D
E
F
A
C
B
G
H
I
Loctite
270
10.70
9.3.4.1.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
Never turn the cylindrical screws (fig. 10.71B) directly in the shunt trip release, to
prevent the coils of the shunt trip release (fig. 10.71A) from damaging.
The support plate (fig. 10.71l) must always be clamped between the release and
the screws.
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H G
I
C B
A
J
10.71
•
•
Dismount the front plate (fig. 10.71G):
• Loosen the four hexagonal tap bolts (fig.
10.71H).
• Remove the front plate.
Mount the completely pre-mounted shunt-trip release
(fig. 10.71A):
• Attach the shunt-trip release (top side) using the
cylindrical screws (fig. 10.71B) and the lock
washers (fig. 10.71C) behind the support plate
(fig. 10.71I).
The shaft (fig. 10.71J) of the shunt-trip release
must point downwards.
• Put the hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 10.72F) through
the disc with the holes (fig. 10.72L).
J E K L F
D
10.72
Leave between the already present hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 10,72K) and the
newly to be mounted hexagonal tap bolt (fig. 10.72F) exactly five holes open.
•
•
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Place one of the two hexagon nuts (fig. 10.72E) on the threaded end of the just
placed hexagon tap bolt.
Tighten the hexagon nut against the disc.
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Place the end of the shaft of the shunt-trip release over the threaded end of the
hexagon tap bolt. The shaft has a slotted hole for this.
Mount the second hexagon nut (fig. 10.72D), with a bit of Loctite 270, on the
threaded end of the hexagon tap bolt and turn the hexagon nut until about 3 mm of
the hexagonal tap bolt protrudes. The shaft of the shunt-trip release rests now
between both hexagon nuts.
Check the operation of the shunt-trip release by pressing the shunt-trip release –
with still opened load break switch - by hand. The shaft must be free and be able to
move smoothly.
9.3.4.1.3 Electrical monitoring with external power source
Prevent burning out of the release. Break the voltage to the release of the load
break switch is opened.
Place an auxiliary contact if supply comes from an external power source
(battery). See “DP – Auxiliary contact(s) on the load break switch”.
•
Mount the front plate using the four hexagonal tap bolts.
9.4
Under-voltage releases
Under-voltage releases can be mounted on the drive mechanism of cells with a fuse
combination. With the help of these under-voltage releases the load break switch can be
opened automatically and from a distance. It is possible to provide a DP-MEC with an
under-voltage release without delay (direct opening).
9.4.1
Preparation for mounting
The following preparations must always be taken before you start mounting an undervoltage release:
• Make the entire medium voltage board voltage free.
Open the particular cell as well as the load isolation and the earth switches.
•
Dismount the front panel:
• Loosen the four hexagonal tap bolts (fig. 10.01C)
• Remove the four washers (fig. 10.01B).
• Remove the front panel (fig. 10.01A).
A
B
C
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9.4.2
Mounting of under-voltage releases - general
Special mounting kits are available for mounting under-voltage releases.
For further information and detailed mounting instructions for each specific mounting kit,
see “Mounting of under-voltage releases – specific (for each drive mechanism)”
Mounting under-voltage releases without delay is done in the same way as the mounting of under-voltage releases with delay, except for the setting of the time delay.
9.4.3
Final checking and commissioning
The following actions must always be carried out after mounting the under-voltage
release:
• Check that the fitting materials are properly attached.
• Electrically connect the under-voltage release.
• Measure the under-voltage release using a multimeter. If the under-voltage release is
supplied by an external power source, an auxiliary contact must always be placed to
protect the under-voltage release.
• Mount the front panel.
• Put the particular cell into operation: earth switch (if present) OPEN, load break switch
CLOSED.
• Put the medium voltage board back into operation.
9.4.4
Mounting of under-voltage releases – specific (for each drive mechanism)
9.4.4.1 DP, DP-M, DP-A, DP-A-M – Under-voltage release delayed with minutia on
the load break switch
Special mounting kits are available for mounting an under-voltage release.
The composition of these mounting kits may vary to some extent, depending on the
release type.
9.4.4.1.1 Available release types
order number
OP310024
OP310048
OP310110
OP311024
OP311048
OP311110
OP311230
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description
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 24 VDC/DP
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 48 VDC/DP
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 110 VDC/DP
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 24 VAC/DP
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 48 VAC/DP
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 110 VAC/DP
assembled under-voltage releases with time delayed, 230 VAC/DP
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See following table.
order number
OP301230
GR040972
description
assembled under-voltage releases with
minutia, 230 VAC/DP
self-locking cylindrical screw, socket,
M6x10, RIPP
number
1
pos. no.
fig. 10.73A
2
fig. 10.73B
A
B
10.73
9.4.4.1.2 Mounting instructions
For preparing and finishing work, see “Preparation for mounting” and “Final
check and commissioning” respectively.
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B
A D
E
F
G
C
10.74
•
Mount the completely pre-assembled under-voltage
release (fig. 10.74A):
• Hold the under-voltage release with the minutia
(fig. 10.74D) to the front side.
• Slide the trip-out lath through the slot (fig.
10.74E) into the support plate.
D
Make sure that the cylindrical screw (fig.
10.74F) rests exactly on the elastic copille (fig.
10.74G).
•
•
•
•
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J
I
Mount the under-voltage release on the support
plate using the cylindrical screws (fig. 10.74B).
Dismount the locking nut (fig. 10.75J) at the bottom side of the trip-out lath (fig.
10.75D).
Slide the forked end of the trip-out lath over the hexagon bolt (fig. 10.75I).
Mount the lock nut and screw the lock nut about 2 mm on the threaded end.
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Set the delay of the under-voltage release:
• Turn the handle (fig. 10.77A) left or right.
Handle fully left: no delay
Handle fully right: delay of 3 or 4 seconds.
Check the operation of the under-voltage release.
A
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