Motorpact(catalogue)
Medium Voltage Distribution
Catalogue | 2012
Motorpact ™
MV motor starter
with vacuum contactor up to 7.2 kV
Make the most of your energy
SM
Medium Voltage
Distribution
Motorpact
MV motor starter
Total protection of your
critical motor assets
You need to tackle
power and process
control challenges
securely and simply.
Motorpact is a
complete preengineered and
type-tested solution
for motor control.
Motorpact is a superior solution for motor
control for increased worker safety,
enhanced reliability, and ease of use.
It unites quality construction with integrated
design and outstanding performance.
Medium Voltage
Distribution
Motorpact
MV motor starter
Key benefits
Compact and
lightweight
> Ideal for retrofit applications
> Allows maximum use of
available space
Safety
Reliability
> Molded housings, conductor
>
>
>
> Interlock prevents interior
access when energized
> Two position disconnector
earths line side MV
compartment components
prior to MV access
> Compartmentalized design
limits inadvertent access
to live parts
> Internal arc classified to
Type AFLR
> Cable earthing switch
available
Reduced maintenance
> Vacuum contactor is built
for millions of operations
> Cast parts reduce
>
>
Easy to use
castings mean fewer bolted
connections and parts
Robust 3 mm construction
Available SepamTM digital
relay enhances protection
One design complies with
all relevant IEC and NEMA
standards
connections and
temperature
Isolation switch with
maintenance-free contacts
is capable of thousands
of operations
Main bus bar mounted
directly on switch for fewer
bolted connections
> Eye-level control/metering
components
> Easily accessible cable
terminations
> Disconnector and earthing
switch position viewing
windows
> Front or rear access available
> Quickly accessed electrical
system data with integrated
Web technologies
Higher performance,
cost optimisation, safety
and reliability with S3
Medium Voltage Motor
Control system
> 1 single soft starter for
cascading the starting and
stopping of 3 or more motors
with a single soft starter
> Fully pre-engineered and
integrated switchboard
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Motorpact™ - 7.2 kV
General contents
General
7
Presentation
13
Description
45
Installation
73
Appendices
77
Note: this catalogue replaces the previous version AMTED302059EN
(December 2009)
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General
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Contents
Field of application
8
Motorpact, the value of innovative design
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Motorpact, a comprehensive solution
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Web Remote Monitoring
11
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Field of application
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General
Motorpact, an innovative range
of motor starters up to 3800 kW
Designed and manufactured to tackle the toughest power and process control
challenges, Motorpact MV motor starters provide unmatched performance, high
reliability, low maintenance and exclusive technologies that encourage only the
safest operation.
Motorpact units can be configured as motor starters, capacitor feeders, or as
transformer feeders. Motorpact motor starters provide a wide range of applications
including reduced voltage starting:
b FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing asynchronous motor starter,
b FVR: Full Voltage Reversing asynchronous motor starter,
b 2S2W: 2 Speed 2 Winding full voltage non reversing asynchronous motor starter
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b S1W: 2 Speed 1 Winding full voltage non reversing asynchronous motor starter.
This configuration can also be applied as a Star delta starter.
b RVSS: SoftStart asynchronous motor starter,
b S3: Sequential SmartStart reduced voltage non reversing asynchronous motor
starter. A redundant S3 (RS3) is available with an optional maintenance cubicle.
b Stand-alone RVSS: Reduced Voltage non reversing asynchronous motor starter
b RVAT: Auto-Transformer asynchronous motor starter.
They are suitable for all MV motor applications in markets such as oil & gas, mining,
water, pulp and paper, for starting: pumps, fans, compressors, chillers, conveyors,…
PE57903EN
Services provided: help with preventive
maintenance
Motorpact Maintenance & Services Guide is available (*) and gives the most important general instructions for:
b reducing equipment wear and tear (and/or failure)
b ensuring that the equipment is safe during all installation, repair and servicing operations.
In the pages of this guide, all the information needed for:
b operations on: switchgear, removable devices, control mechanisms, insulating materials and vents, power circuits and control, and indication auxiliaries.
b recommended frequency according to operating conditions: normal, in a corrosive atmosphere, for Marine environment use.
Protected environment
PE56733
(*) Document not for use in North America
Schneider Electric is committed to a long-term environmental approach.
All the necessary measures have been taken in conjunction with our services, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure that the materials used in the composition of Motorpact equipment do not contain any substances prohibited by the regulations and directives.
In order to help you protect the environment and to relieve you of any concerns in terms of stock or dismantling, Schneider Electric Services offers to take back your equipment at the end of its life.
MT55145
Motorpact has been designed with environmental protection in mind:
b the materials used, insulators and conductors are identified, easily separable and recyclable,
b the environmental management system adopted by Schneider Electric’s production sites for the manufacture of Motorpact has been assessed and recognised as conforming to the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard.
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ISO 140
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General
Motorpact, the value of innovative design
PE57910
Motorpact MV motor starters integrate innovative solutions designed around proven
technologies: high performance digital protection and control, maintenance free
disconnector, internal arc withstand capability, thermal diagnosis system,…
Our solutions are designed to save engineering time and to provide adequate
protection and operation of the different systems.
Optional equipment and applications are available for specific requirements
(please consult us).
Schneider Electric certified quality
In each of its units, Schneider Electric integrates a functional organization whose main mission is to check quality and monitor compliance with IEC and/or NEMA
standards.This procedure is:
b uniform throughout all departments,
b recognized by many customers and approved organizations.
The global Motorpact quality system, design and manufacture, is certified in conformity
with requirements in the ISO 9001: 2008 quality assurance standards.
Safety
PE57907
b Fully tested for internal arc resistance in all MV compartments. b Fully safe compartmented design prevents inadvertent access to MV compartments.
b Viewing window provides visible disconnector earthed position from the front of the equipment indicating safe isolation of the starter from the busbars.
b Cable earthing switch with making capacity.
b Closed door operation.
b Simple interlocks prevent inadvertent operator errors.
Reliability
b Simple architecture with a line disconnector, which reduces the number of parts and provides simple and robust interlocks.
b Multifunctional cast components minimizes parts, consequently reduces maintenance and heat loss.
b Pre-engineered solutions with low power current transducer (LPCT) and Sepam digital relay provide proven designs for the full range of motor applications.
b Separate LV cabinet enhances electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and wire management.
b Global design complying with all relevant IEC and NEMA standards. Maintainability
PE55132
b All necessary maintainable motor starter components accessible without the need of de-energizing the complete switchboard. b Maintenance free vacuum contactor.
b High endurance maintenance free line disconnector. b Thermal diagnosis system for predictive maintenance.
b Few spare parts.
Compactness and flexibility
b Compact footprint of 375 mm width. b One design allows front, rear, top and bottom cable entries.
b Simple and compact transition cubicles allow extension to other Schneider Electric equipment.
b Ideal for retrofit applications.
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Motorpact,
a comprehensive solution
PE60300
Motorpact MV motor starters provide the most efficient means to control and protect
a wide range of applications.
Sepam protection and control units
Sepam series 20, series 40, series 60 and series 80 digital protection relays take full advantage of Schneider Electric experience in electrical network protection.
Sepam series 20, series 40, series 60 and series 80 provides all the necessary
functions:
b effective protection of people and property, b accurate measurements and detailed diagnosis, b integral equipment control,
b local or remote indication and operation. Easy evolution
PE57123
Addition of communication, digital I/O’s, analog output, or temperature acquisition
are possible due to its modular design.
PowerMeter and Circuit Monitor metering units
The PowerLogic PowerMeter replaces a full complement of basic analog meters. This cost effective, high performance meter provides a full complement of accurate true-rms metering values.
PE55135
The PowerLogic Series 3000/4000 Circuit Monitor is designed for critical
power users and large energy consumers, to provide the information needed to confidently enter the evolving world of deregulation. It can be adapted to meter almost any time-of-use or real-time rate. Monitoring and control
Motorpact Motor Control Centre can be easily:
b integrated into an existing monitoring and control system:
communication of Sepam digital relay, or PowerMeter/Circuit Monitor metering device through a standard protocol (Modbus).
b integrated into a SMS PowerLogic electrical installation monitoring system.
Thermal diagnosis system
PE57470
Specially designed for Schneider Electric MV equipment, this system continuously
monitors the temperature rise, using optical fibres and sensors installed at the heart
of the sensitive areas.
Thermal diagnosis system reduces the probability of failure and reduces
maintenance time.
Vamp arc flash protection
PE58216
The arc protection unit detects an arc flash in an installation and trips
the feeding breaker. Arc flash protection maximizes personnel safety
and minimizes material damage to the installation in the most hazardous power
system fault situations.
GemControl
PE90343 V3
Smart switchgear management: a basic unit for control, monitoring, measurement,
processing and data transmission.
GemStart5
GemStart 5 provides the three primary functions of control, protection and monitoring
for all types of motor starters at all voltages between 110 V and 24 kV AC.
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Web Remote Monitoring
General
Motorpact motor control centres integrate Web technologies so that you can find out
information about your electrical installation as easy as opening a Web page.
All you need is a standard Web browser and a PC connected to your local area
network.
DE57492EN
Simple choice
TCP/IP over Ethernet
Hub
A simple choice between WRM-1 and WRM-2 service levels allows you to easily order your Web Remote Monitoring Motorpact switchboard. A customised level is also available.
Front socket
Web Remote Monitoring Motorpact control centre comes equipped with a web server including web pages dedicated to power equipment data.
EGX400
Easy commissioning
Sepam
Sepam
CM/PM
Web Remote Monitoring equipment is delivered ready to connect and commission.
A Quick Start guide, packaged with your switchboard, providesthree easy-to-follow
steps.
Functionalities provided
WRM-1 WRM-2
PE57473
PE57472
PE57471
Motorpact switchboard
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Instantaneous readings
Displays automatically updated meter values
b
b
Circuit summary
Displays the RMS current 3-phase average (A),
the real power (kW), the power factor,
the circuit breaker status (if applicable), etc.
b
b
Load current summary
Displays the current RMS value for each phase (A),
for all circuits
b
b
Demand current summary
Displays the average demand current value for each phase (A),
for all circuits
b
b
Power summary
Displays the present demand (kW), the peak demand (kW)
and the times and dates of the records
b
b
Energy summary
Displays the energy (kWh) the reactive energy (kvarh),
and the times and dates of the records
b
b
Instantaneous readings, all devices
Basic historical data logging, energy and trending
Displays automatically updated meter values
for all the communicating devices in the equipment
b
Log displays
Displays data as time curves, or tables
b
Export of data tables
Allows data tables to be exported in a standard
Windows format
b
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General
14
Technical characteristics
16
Operating conditions
17
Specific applications
18
Motorpact, a comprehensive solution
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FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing asynchronous motor starter
22
FVR: Full Voltage Reversing asynchronous motor starter
24
2S2W: 2 Speed 2 Winding full voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
26
2S1W: 2 Speed 1 Winding full voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
28
RVSS: SoftStart asynchronous motor starter
30
S3: Sequential SmartStart reduced voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
34
Stand-alone RVSS: Reduced Voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
36
RVAT: auto-transformer asynchronous motor starter
38
Transformer feeder
40
Incoming cubicle - Transition to MCset functional units
42
MCset functional unit
43
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General
PE57901
Presentation
Sepam
Low voltage
cabinet
Busbars
compartment
Operating
panel
Line disconnector
MV fuses
Load
compartment
Vacuum
contactor
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General (cont.)
Motorpact is composed of modular indoor single tier cubicles.
Each motor starter or transformer feeder consists of single or multiple section equipment close coupled to the main incoming switchgear.
Stand-alone motor starter equipment can be provided with an incoming cable cubicle.
Description of the basic cubicle
Each motor starter or transformer feeder consists of four parts separated by metal
sheets or isolating parts and an operating panel (special sections are required
for reduced voltage starters):
1 Line disconnector
A two position (closed or earthed) air break disconnector, safely isolates the load
compartment from the busbars.
2 Busbars compartment
A horizontal main bus allows easy extension of the switchboard.
3 Load compartment
It includes:
b a removable vacuum contactor, b 1 or 2 fuses per phase, b a set of current sensors, b a cable earthing switch (optional), b cable connection facilities (top or bottom).
Optionally, the load compartment can contain a control power transformer (CPT), a voltage transformer (VT), a voltage presence indication system (VPIS) and a power factor correction capacitor.
4 Low voltage cabinet
Adequate space is provided for all necessary protection and control devices such as Sepam protection relay, PowerMeter or Circuit Monitor metering unit, auxiliary relays, etc.
For access to the main busbars from the front of the switchboard, a removable panel at the bottom of the LV cabinet is provided.
5 Operating panel
Contains all necessary devices to operate the line disconnector and the cable earthing switch. Pushbuttons control the electrically held contactor and long life LED lights provide contactor status indication.
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Technical characteristics
Motor starter ratings
PE57904
Installation
Maximum rated voltage
Rated Insulation level:
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Maximum rated short time withstand current (busbars)
Rated frequency
Maximum busbars rating
Degree of protection
Enclosure
Between compartments
Indoor type
7.2 kV
60 kV
20 kV
50 kA 3 s*
50/60 Hz
2500 A
3150 A*
IP3X, IP4X, IPX1, IPX2
IP2XC
* for stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear
Fused contactor ratings
Technology
Rated operational current
Rated short circuit breaking capacity (HRC fuses)
Rated switching frequency
Category of use
Type of HRC coordination
Mechanism
Electrical endurance (AC3)
Mechanical life
Mechanically latched type
Electrically held type
Vacuum type
200/400 A
50 kA
1200/hour
AC3 & AC4
Class C
Mechanically latched/
Electrically held
250 000 operations
250 000 operations
2 500 000 operations
Internal arc withstand according to IEC 62271-200, app. A
Internal arc withstand (4 sides)
25 kA-1 s
40 kA-0.5 s
50 kA-0.25 s
Rated operational power
Values are given for combination with HRC fuses.
Network characteristics: power factor (cos ϕ) of 0.92 and efficiency 0.94.
Motor characteristics:
Starting current
6 x In
Starting time
5s
Number of starts per hour
6
Rated operational current: 200 A
Motor power with 315 A single fuse (kW)
Transformer power with 315 A single fuse (kVA)
Rated operational current: 400 A
Motor power with 315 A single fuse (kW)
Motor power with 315 A double fuses (kW)
Transformer power with 315 A double fuses (kVA)
Rated capacitor switching
Maximum capacitor (kVar)
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Rated voltage
3.3
5.5
6.6
950
1000
1500
1600
1800
2000
950
1900
1800
1600
3000
3000
1900
3800
3500
2000
2000
2000
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Operating conditions
Operating conditions
Normal operating conditions, according to IEC 62271-1 for indoor switchgear
b Ambient air temperature:
v less than or equal to 40°C,
v less than or equal to 35°C on average over 24 hours,
v greater or equal to – 5°C.
b Altitude:
v less than or equal to 1000 m,
v above 1000 m, a derating coefficient is applied (please consult us).
b Humidity:
v average relative humidity over a 24 hour period, less than or equal to 95%,
v average relative humidity over a 1 month period, less than or equal to 90%,
v average vapor pressure over a 24 hour period, less than or equal to 2.2 kPa,
v average vapor pressure over a 1 month period, less than or equal to 1.8 kPa.
Specific operating conditions (please consult us)
Motorpact has been developped to meet the following specific conditions:
b earthquake withstand application (spectrum required),
b temperature, b specific atmosphere, b marine applications.
Storage conditions
We recommend that the units are stored in their original packaging, in dry conditions
sheltered from the sun and rain at a temperature between – 25°C and + 55°C.
Standards
Motorpact meets IEC standards
IEC 62271-1
High-voltage switchgear and controlgear – Part 1: Common
specifications
IEC 62271-200
AC metal-enclosed switchgear and controlgear for rated
voltages above 1 kV and up to and including 52 kV
IEC 60470
High voltage alternating current contactors and contactor
based motorstarters
IEC 60282-1
High voltage fuses: limiting fuses
IEC 62271-102
Alternating current disconnectors and earthing switches
IEC 60044-1
Instrument transformers - Part 1: current transformers
IEC 60044-2
Instrument transformers - Part 2: inductive voltage transformers
IEC 60044-8
Instrument transformers - Part 8: electronic current transformers
IEC 61958
High-voltage prefabricated switchgear and controlgear
assemblies - Voltage Presence Indicating Systems
IEC 60076-11
dry-type transformers
Other specifications
IACS
International Association of Classification Societies
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Specific applications
PE56584
Marine application
Derived from standard Motorpact, a Marine version has been developed to meet specific conditions when used on ships, offshore platforms,…:
b vibrations/shocks,
b inclination,
b damp heat,
b etc.
100110
Motorpact is particularly adapted and its characteristics meet Marine requirements:
b compartmented cubicle (LSC2A type),
b front access,
b withdrawable contactor,
b Sepam protection and control chain,
b internal arc withstand,
b thermal diagnosis.
Marine certifications
Motorpact Marine is approved by:
b Lloyds Register (LR): pending,
b Det Norske Veritas (DNV),
b Bureau Veritas (BV),
b American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).
Marine technical characteristics
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Rated voltage (kV)
7.2
Rated insulation level (kV)
Lightening impulse withstand voltage 1.2/50 μs (kV peak)
Power frequency withstand - 1 min (kV rms)
60
20
Rated frequency (Hz)
50/60
Rated operational current (A)
200/400
Rated short time withstand current (kA)
50 kA 3 s
Rated busbar currents (A)
630/1250
2500
3150
Temperature rise (°C)
(no derating at 50°C ambient)
55
Earthing switch fault making current (kA peak) available
(cable protected by current limiting fuses)
14
Internal arc withstand current (kA) available
25 kA 1 s
40 kA 0.5 s
50 kA 0.25 s
Standard altitude rating
1000 metres
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a comprehensive solution
Presentation
DE57701EN
DE57075EN
FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing asynchronous*
motor starter
T
Tmax
Tn
Sepam
protection
relay
Tr
Td
Resistive torque
N
N1 Nn
I
Id/In
Full Voltage Non Reversing motor starter
A simple and reliable solution, that provides the maximum starting torque allowed by the motor, suitable for most applications.
Since it draws high inrush current (typically 600% of full load motor current),
it can be used when there are no motor, machine or network restrictions.
For the following applications reduced voltage starting should be used:
b when maximum starting torque can result in a sudden start of the machine and can cause undesirable mechanical constraints.
b when high inrush current during starting can cause the system line voltage to drop to unacceptable levels and result in potential equipment damage or can cause network instability.
If (Tr)
In
N
N1 Nn
DE57702EN
DE57076EN
RVAT: auto-transformer asynchronous*
motor starter
T/Tn
Tmax
Tt
2
3
Tt1
Tt2
and
Tt1
1
Tr
Resistive torque
Sepam
protection
relay
N
N1 Nn
I
Id/In
4
Tt3
Tt1
T t1 an
d T t2
2
In
If (Tr)
Reduced Voltage Auto-Transformer motor starter
It is used when the network cannot withstand high inrush current. An auto-transformer motor starter provides reduced voltage to the motor terminals during starting, with a three phase auto-transformer.
It reduces the line current and provides the right starting torque.
N
N1 Nn
* For synchronous motors, please consult us
For selection of motor starter type, see the Application guide ref. AMTED303042EN
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a comprehensive solution
Presentation
Current limitation
T/Tn
Tmax
T varies as
U 2
Un
Un
2
0.8
SoftStart
protection
relay
n
5 U
0.6
DE57703EN
DE57077EN
RVSS: SoftStart asynchronous* motor starter
Un
Tr
1
Resistive torque
N
N1 Nn
I and T
Id/In
TdL = Tdn
Id 2
IdL
4
IdL
2
Tdn
Limit of I starter
I f (Tr)
In
TdL
N
N1 Nn
I and T
Reduced Voltage SoftStart motor starter
SoftStart motor starter provides smooth, stepless acceleration and deceleration
regardless of the load.
This starting method lowers the starting current of the motor, reduces electrical
stresses on the network and the motor.
It reduces peak starting torque stresses on both the motor and mechanical load
components, thereby providing longer service life and less downtime.
Torque regulation
x In
I starter
I1
U starter (Ø)
Un
In
Tn
U1
T1
Resistive torque
T1 = k I1 • Ø1
t
t1
N and T
Nn
Tn
Resistive torque
t
t1
20
* For synchronous motors, please consult us
For selection of motor starter type, see the Application guide ref. AMTED303042EN
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Motorpact,
a comprehensive solution
Transformer feeder
DE57701EN
Transformer feeder is a cost-effective solution to include auxiliary transformer feeder
in a Motorpact assembly. It can be used as a fused contactor feeder with Sepam
transformer relay, or as a fused switch.
This solution for a transformer feeder within a motor starter assembly, provides
the operator consistency in the operation of the equipment, as well as providing
standardisation of features and controls in the Motorpact range.
Sepam
protection
relay
DE57704
Incoming cubicle for
stand-alone application
An auxiliary cubicle for incoming cable connections for stand-alone motor control applications.
Available up to 3150 A.
Bottom cable entry is available in the 500 mm cubicle.
Busduct, top and bottom cable entry is available in the 750 mm cubicle.
Optional voltage presence indicator system (VPIS).
DE57705
MCset transition cubicle for
lined up application
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An auxiliary cubicle to allow transition to the MCset switchgear, at either end.
Available up to 4000 A.
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FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Front view
Side view
FVNR3
FVNR1 and FVNR3
DE57710
DE57706
DE57116
FVNR1
7
Sepam
M20
2
1
LPCT
H
3
5
4
6
W
W
D
M
MV compartment
1 Line disconnector
2 Busbars
3 Fuses
4 Contactor
5 Earthing switch
6 Current sensors LPCT,
current transformer
and earth fault sensor
LV cabinet
7 LV protection, measurement
and control devices
Characteristics
Maximum rated voltage
Maximum power at 6.6 kV (p.f.: 0.88, η: 0.95)
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Rated short time withstand current (busbars)
Rated frequency
Rated operational current
Busbars ratings
Category of use
Cable connections
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W
D
FVNR1
FVNR3
7.2 kV
3800 kW
60 kV
20 kV
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
40 kA 3 s
50 kA 3 s*
50/60 Hz
200/400 A
630 A
1250 A
2500 A
3150 A*
AC3/AC4
Single or three core
Maximum 1 x 240 mm2
or 2 x 120 mm2
Bottom or top
2300 mm
2300 mm
375 mm
750 mm
950 mm
950 mm
475 kg
650 kg
* For stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear
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FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of FVNR motor starter
Basic equipment
Cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b 1 three core LPCT
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 1 contactor position indicator window
Low voltage control
b 1 Sepam M20 motor protection relay
b “Start” & “Stop” pushbuttons
b “Run” & “Stopped” pilot lights
Options and accessories
Starter options
b thermal diagnosis system
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b one fused 3-phase voltage transformer
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b 1 fused control power transformer (CPT)
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b
b
b
b
b
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
Control options
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection
relay
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication
b local remote switch (not needed in case
of Sepam 100MI)
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
b analog output module
Operation and interlocking
The disconnector mechanism incorporates the necessary interlocks (mechanical
and/or electrical) to prevent access to the load compartment with the contactor
energized. All interlocking requires three simultaneous operations to defeat any
function without the destruction of parts.
Interlocking:
b prevents disconnector closure (normal operations) if:
v the contactor is closed,
v the load compartment door is open,
v the contactor is not in the fully connected position,
v the cable earthing switch is closed, if so equipped.
b prevents closure of the contactor if the Blown Fuse Indication system has not been reset. b prevents unlatching the load compartment door when the disconnector is closed.
b prevents access to the contactor/cable compartment unless:
v the contactor is open and the disconnector is earthed,
v the earthing switch is closed, if so equipped (Provision to operate the earthing switch with door open for cable testing is provided),
v the operating handle has been removed.
b allows for a test position which meets the following criteria:
v the front door has been opened for access,
v the disconnector is open and earthed and can not be closed,
v the contactor is in the fully connected position and can be operated,
v the control power transformer has been isolated from the test control power.
All interlocks do not require adjustments over the life of the equipment.
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FVR: Full Voltage Reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
DE59282
Side view
DE59281
DE59280
Front view
7
Sepam
2
1
3
H
5
4
6
W
D
MV compartment
1 Line disconnector
2 Busbars
3 Fuses
4 Contactor
5 Earthing switch
6 Current sensors LPCT,
current transformer
and earth fault sensor
LV cabinet
7 LV protection, measurement
and control devices
Characteristics
Maximum rated voltage
Maximum power at 6.6 kV (p.f.: 0.88, η: 0.95)
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Rated short time withstand current (busbars)
Rated frequency
Rated operational current
Busbars ratings
Category of use
Cable connections
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W
D
FVR
7.2 kV
3800 kW
60 kV
20 kV
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
40 kA 3 s
50 kA 3 s*
50/60 Hz
200/400 A
630 A
1250 A
2500 A
3150 A*
AC3/AC4
Single or three core
Maximum 1 x 240 mm2
or 2 x 120 mm2
Bottom or top
2300 mm
750 mm
950 mm
710 kg
* For stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear
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asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of FVR motor starter
Basic equipment
Main cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 2 electrically held vacuum contactor (1 forward, 1 reverse)
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b 1 three core LPCT
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 2 contactor position indicator windows
Low voltage control
b 1 Sepam M20 motor protection relay
b “Start” & “Stop” pushbuttons
b “Run” & “Stopped” pilot lights
Options and accessories
Module options
b thermal diagnosis system
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b 1 three core LPCT
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
Control options
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection
relay
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication
b local remote switch (not needed in case
of Sepam 100MI)
b
b
b
b
b
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
b analog output module
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
By-pass contactor
Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
O
Operation and interlocking
The disconnector mechanism incorporates the necessary interlocks (mechanical
and/or electrical) to prevent access to the load compartment with the contactors
energized. All interlocking requires three simultaneous operations to defeat any
function without the destruction of parts.
Interlocking:
b prevents disconnector closure (normal operations) if:
v the contactors are closed,
v the load compartment door is open,
v the contactors are not in the fully connected position,
v the cable earthing switch is closed, if so equipped.
b prevents closure of the contactor if the Blown Fuse Indication system has not been reset. b prevents unlatching the load compartment door when the disconnector is closed.
b prevents access to the contactor/cable compartment unless:
v any contactor is open and the disconnector is earthed,
v the earthing switch is closed, if so equipped (Provision to operate the earthing switch with door open for cable testing is provided),
v the operating handle has been removed.
b allows for a test position which meets the following criteria:
v the front door has been opened for access,
v the disconnector is open and earthed and can not be closed,
v the contactor is in the fully connected position and can be operated,
v the control power transformer has been isolated from the test control power.
All interlocks do not require adjustments over the life of the equipment.
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2S2W: 2 Speed 2 Winding
full voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
DE57710
Side view
DE59281
DE59283
Front view
7
Sepam
2
1
3
H
5
4
6
W
D
MV compartment
1 Line disconnector
2 Busbars
3 Fuses
4 Contactor
5 Earthing switch
6 Current sensors LPCT,
current transformer
and earth fault sensor
LV cabinet
7 LV protection, measurement
and control devices
Characteristics
Maximum rated voltage
Maximum power at 6.6 kV (p.f.: 0.88, η: 0.95)
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Rated short time withstand current (busbars)
Rated frequency
Rated operational current
Busbars ratings
Category of use
Cable connections
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W
D
2S2W
7.2 kV
3800 kW
60 kV
20 kV
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
40 kA 3 s
50 kA 3 s*
50/60 Hz
200/400 A
630 A
1250 A
2500 A
3150 A*
AC3/AC4
Single or three core
Maximum 1 x 240 mm2
or 2 x 120 mm2
Bottom or top
2300 mm
750 mm
950 mm
710 kg
* For stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear
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2S2W: 2 Speed 2 Winding
full voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of 2S2W motor starter
Basic equipment
Main cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 2 electrically held vacuum contactors:
v 1 High Speed
v 1 Low Speed
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 2 contactor position indicator windows
Low voltage control
b 1 Sepam series 20 protection relay
b fast and slow pushbuttons
b 2 red pilot lights
b 1 green pilot light
b 1 stop pushbutton
Options and accessories
Module options
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b 1 three core LPCT
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
Control options
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection
relay
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication
b local remote switch (not needed in case
of Sepam 100MI)
b
b
b
b
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
b analog output module
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
By-pass contactor
Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
O
Operation and interlocking
The disconnector mechanism incorporates the necessary interlocks (mechanical
and/or electrical) to prevent access to the load compartment with the contactors
energized. All interlocking requires three simultaneous operations to defeat any
function without the destruction of parts.
Interlocking:
b prevents disconnector closure (normal operations) if:
v the contactors are closed,
v the load compartment door is open,
v the contactors are not in the fully connected position,
v the cable earthing switch is closed, if so equipped.
b prevents closure of the contactor if the Blown Fuse Indication system has not been reset. b prevents unlatching the load compartment door when the disconnector is closed.
b prevents access to the contactor/cable compartment unless:
v any contactor is open and the disconnector is earthed,
v the earthing switch is closed, if so equipped (provision to operate the earthing switch with door open for cable testing is provided),
v the operating handle has been removed.
b allows for a test position which meets the following criteria:
v the front door has been opened for access,
v the disconnector is open and earthed and can not be closed,
v the contactor is in the fully connected position and can be operated,
v the control power transformer has been isolated from the test control power.
All interlocks do not require adjustments over the life of the equipment.
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2S1W: 2 Speed 1 Winding
full voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Front view
Side view
DE57710
Low
DE59287
DE59288
High
7
Sepam
2
1
H
3
5
4
6
W
W
D
MV compartment
1 Line disconnector
2 Busbars
3 Fuses
4 Contactor
5 Earthing switch
6 Current sensors LPCT,
current transformer
and earth fault sensor
LV cabinet
7 LV protection, measurement
and control devices
Characteristics
Maximum rated voltage
Maximum power at 6.6 kV (p.f.: 0.88, η: 0.95)
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Rated short time withstand current (busbars)
Rated frequency
Rated operational current
Busbars ratings
Category of use
Cable connections
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W
D
2S1W
7.2 kV
3800 kW
60 kV
20 kV
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
40 kA 3 s
50 kA 3 s*
50/60 Hz
200/400 A
630 A
1250 A
2500 A
3150 A*
AC3/AC4
Single or three core
Maximum 1 x 240 mm2
or 2 x 120 mm2
Bottom or top
2300 mm
2300 mm
375 mm
750 mm
950 mm
950 mm
475 kg
710 kg
* For stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear
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2S1W: 2 Speed 1 Winding
full voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of 2S1W motor starter
Basic equipment
Main cubicle (high speed)
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
v High Speed contactor
b
b
b
b
b
b
3 or 6 HRC fuses
1 set of busbars
auxiliary contacts
provision for padlocks
1 contactor position indicator window
1 three core LPCT
Low speed cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 2 electrically held vacuum contactors:
v 1 Low Speed contactor
v 1 High Speed Star contactor
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Low voltage control
b 1 Sepam series 20 protection relay
b fast and slow pushbuttons
b 2 red pilot lights
b 1 green pilot light
b 1 stop pushbutton
3 or 6 HRC fuses
1 set of busbars
auxiliary contacts
provision for padlocks
2 contactor position indicator windows
1 Sepam M20 motor protection relay
1 three core LPCT
Options and accessories
Module options
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b 1 three core LPCT
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
Control options
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection
relay
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication
b local remote switch (not needed in case
of Sepam 100MI)
b
b
b
b
b
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
b analog output module
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
By-pass contactor
Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
O
Operation and interlocking
Main cubicle (high speed): see FVNR cubicle
Low speed cubicle
Prevent access to the load compartment with the contactors energized. All interlocking
requires three simultaneous operations to defeat any function without the destruction
of parts.
Interlocking:
b prevents disconnector closure (normal operations) if:
v the contactors are closed,
v the load compartment door is open,
v the contactors are not in the fully connected position,
v the cable earthing switch is closed, if so equipped.
b prevents closure of the contactor if the Blown Fuse Indication system has not been reset. b prevents unlatching the load compartment door when the disconnector is closed.
b prevents access to the contactor/cable compartment unless:
v any contactor is open and the disconnector is earthed,
v the earthing switch is closed, if so equipped (provision to operate the earthing switch with door open for the operating handle has been removed).
b allows for a test position which meets the following criteria:
v the front door has been opened for access,
v the disconnector is open and earthed and can not be closed,
v the contactor is in the fully connected position and can be operated,
v the control power transformer has been isolated from the test control power.
All interlocks do not require adjustments over the life of the equipment.
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RVSS: SoftStart
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Front view
Side view
Main cubicle
SoftStart module
SoftStart module
DE57079
DE57712
SoftStart module
DE59274
Main cubicle
1
2
H
H
3
W2
W1
D
1 By-pass vacuum contactor
2 Busbars
3 SoftStart power stack
DE57709EN
Characteristics
Rated current
Dimensions
Sepam
SoftStart
protection
relay
Approximate weight
H
W1
W2 with capacitor module
D
200/400 A
2300 mm
1125 mm
1500 mm
950 mm
1095 kg
LPCT
M
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asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of RVSS motor starter
The RVSS motor starter is composed of a main cubicle identical to FVNR unit and SoftStart module.
Basic equipment
Main cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 1 contactor position indicator window
b 1 voltage transformer
b 1 fused control power transformer 750 VA
SoftStart module
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
(by-pass contactor)
Low voltage control
b “Start” & “Stop” pushbuttons
b “Run” & “Stopped” pilot lights
b 1 SCR power module
b voltage measurement
b 1 set of current sensors
b 1 microprocessor-based protection
and control system
b motor temperature sensor inputs (option)
Options and accessories
Module options
b thermal diagnosis system
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b 1 three core LPCT
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
Control options
b Sepam series 20, series 40 or series 80 protection relay
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication b local remote switch (not needed in case of Sepam 100MI) b
b
b
b
b
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
b analog output module
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
By-pass contactor
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Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
O
Operation and interlocking
Main cubicle: see FVNR cubicle
SoftStart module
The disconnector mechanism in the main cubicle incorporates the necessary interlocks to prevent access to the load compartment with the contactor energized. The disconnector mechanism is key interlocked with the SoftStart module to prevent access to the medium voltage components:
b SoftStart,
b by-pass contactor,
b communication board.
On SoftStart module the doors are interlocked to prevent locking the unit without all of them being closed.
Power to the SoftStart module comes from the adjacent main cubicle. When the motor has started, the by-pass contactor is closed. The by-pass contactor can be opened to provide a soft deceleration of the motor.
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RVSS: SoftStart
asynchronous motor starter
DE57713EN
Presentation
Pumps, fans, blowers and conveyors
Closed loop current/
Torque ramp
Start
b
v
v
v
b
v
Full speed
Current limit
DE57714EN
Initial torque
Closed Loop Torque
uses PID (proportional, integral, derivative) algorithms
ideal for deep well pumps
ideal for systems where loads change from start to start.
Linear Speed Ramping
achieved by adding tachometer feedback signal from the motor.
Torque
Custom acceleration curves
Torque
b Programmed to match pump and hydraulic conditions. b Up to eight time and torque points for smooth acceleration of pumps without surges or undue motor thermal stress.
b Three selectable and programmable custom curves for changing load/pump conditions or different processes.
3 selectable curves w/
2 to 8 time/torque
point per curve
Pump-decel
Torque
b Gradual reduction in output torque of the pump motor when a stop signal is initiated. b When the motor output reaches a point where the check valve can be safely and gently closed, the decel circuit automatically turns off.
b Eliminate damage due to “water hammer”
b With DOL motor starters, torque is lost instantly when the starter is turned off. v fluid flowing through the system, and associated kinetic energy, immediately reverses. To prevent reverse flow, a check valve closes trapping kinetic energy
in the piping system and creating a shock wave (water hammer).
v gradual reduction in motor torque using decel control dissipates the pump output
pressure slowly during the stopping process. Check valves close gently and the
other system components (pipes, valves, flanges, couplings and hangers) are not
subjected to the shock.
Pump running
Stop command
Pump output
affected
Check valve
closes
Pump off
Pump-flex decel
Time
Process machinery
b Jog function can be used to apply just enough
voltage/torque to rotate the motor shaft without
accelerating to full speed.
b Dual ramps allow for different load conditions
and ramping requirements.
v programmable overload class 5 - 30
v as an example class 30 for starting
and class 10 for running.
DE57114EN
DE57715EN
Time
Seconds
104
Class 30
Class 25
Class 20
Class 15
Class 10
Class 5
1000
100
10
1
0
32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 x In
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RVSS: SoftStart
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
PE55174
Main features
Characteristics
Overload capacity
Frequency
Power circuit
SCR PIV rating
Phase insensitivity
Transient voltage protection
Control power
Auxiliary contacts 125% - continuous
500% - 60 seconds
600% - 30 seconds
850% - 1 cycle (internal electronic shear pin)
50 or 60 Hz ± 5 Hz
6, 12 or 18 SCRs
3.3 kV - 13000
6.6 kV - 19500
User selectable - Phase sequence detection
RC snubber dv/dt networks (1 per SCR pair)
2 or 3 wire 110 Vac CPTs are supplied on all standard units
Multiple changeover contacts rated 5 A - 250 Vac max.
8 fully programmable relays (including fail-safe operation)
5 dedicated relays (fault, at-speed, etc.)
Motor protection
Two stage electronic
Overload curves
Overload reset
Retentive thermal memory
Dynamic reset capacity
Phase current imbalance
protection
Overcurrent protection
(Electronic shear pin)
Load loss protection
Coast down (Back spin)
Lockout timer
Starts per hour lockout timer
Start:
Class 5 to 30 Run:
Class 5 to 30 (when at speed detected)
Manual (Default) or automatic
Overload circuit retains thermal condition of the motor witout control power
Real time clock adjusts for “off time”.
No overload reset until thermal capacity is sufficient to restart motor
Starter monitors, learns and retains thermal data from successful starts
Imbalance trip level:
5-30% current between any 2 phases
Imbalance trip delay:
1-20 seconds
Trip level:
100-300% In
Trip delay:
1-20 seconds
Undercurrent trip level:
10-90% In
Undercurrent trip delay:
1-60 seconds
Coast down time:
1-60 minutes
Range:
Time between starts:
1-6 successful starts per hour
1-60 minutes
Changeover contacts:
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable ramp types:
Starting torque:
5 A 240 Vac
Programmable outputs
Type/Rating Run indication
At speed indication
Acceleration adjustments Dual ramp settings
Deceleration adjustments Jog settings
Kick start settings
Fault display
Lockout display
Voltage or current ramp (VR or CR)
0-100% of line voltage (VR) or
0-600% of motor In (CR)
Ramp time:
1 – 120 seconds
Current limit:
200 – 600% (VR or CR)
4 options:
VR1+VR2; VR1+CR2; CR1+CR2; CR1+VR2
Dual ramp control :
Ramp 1 = Default
Ramp 2 = Selectable via dry contact
Begin decel level:
0-100%Un
Stop level:
0-100% less than begin decel level
Decel time:
1 – 60 seconds
Voltage jog:
5–75%
Kick voltage:
10–100% or off
Kick time:
0.1–2 seconds
Shorted SCR, phase loss, shunt trip, phase imbalance trip, overload, overtemp, overcurrent,
short circuit, load loss, undervoltage or any trip
Coast down time, starts per hour, time between starts, and any lockout
Event history
Up to 60 events Data includes cause of event, time, date, voltage, power factor, and current for each phase,
and ground fault current at time of event
Metering functions
Motor load Current data
Thermal data
Start data Resistance temperature
detector data
Voltage metering
Percent of In
A, B, C phase current, average current, ground fault (option)
Remaining thermal register; thermal capacity to start
Average start time and start current, measured capacity to start, time since last start
Temperature readings from up to 12 RTDs (6 stators)
kW, kVAR, PF, kWh
Serial communications
Protocol
Signal Network Functionality
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odbus ® RTU
RS-485, RS-422, or RS-232
Up to 247 devices per node
Full operation, status view, and programming via communications port
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S3: Sequential SmartStart
reduced voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Front view
Side view
FVS
FVS
FVNR
DE59286
SSM
DE59285
FVNR
H
W
W
SSM
W
W
SSM
FVS
FVS
DE59284EN
FVNR
Sepam
Sepam
SoftStart
protection
relay
FVS
M
M
Characteristics
Rated current
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W-FVNR
W-SSM
W-FVS
D
FVNR
SSM
FVS
200/400 A
2300 mm
375 mm
750 mm
750 mm
950 mm
475 kg
620 kg
710 kg
D
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S3: Sequential SmartStart
reduced voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of S3 motor starter
The S3 motor solution is composed of FVNR main cubicle, a SoftStart module and multiple FVS cubicles.
Basic equipment
Main cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 1 contactor position indicator window
b 1 voltage transformer
b 1 fused control power transformer 750 VA
SoftStart module (SSM)
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 SCR power module
b 1 set of current sensors
b microprocessor-based protection
and control system
FVS cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 2 electrically held vacuum contactors
v 1 run contactor
v 1 start contactor
b motor temperature sensor inputs (option)
b
b
v
v
3 or 6 HRC fuses
2 sets of busbars
1 full voltage
1 reduced voltage
b
b
b
b
b
auxiliary contacts
provision for padlocks
2 contactor position indicator windows
1 Sepam M20 motor protection relay
1 three core LPCT
Low voltage control
b “Start” & “Stop” pushbuttons
b “Run” & “Stopped” pilot lights
Options and accessories
Module options
b thermal diagnosis system on FVS
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b 1 three core LPCT
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b RS3 redundant configuration
b RS3 dual disconnect cubicle
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
Control options
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection relay
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication b local remote switch (not needed in case of Sepam 100MI) b
b
b
b
b
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition module
b analog output module
b PLC for sequential (cascade) starting
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
Operation and interlocking
Main cubicle: see FVNR cubicle
SoftStart module
The disconnector mechanism in the main cubicle
incorporates the necessary interlocks to prevent
access to the load compartment with the contactor
energized. The disconnector mechanism is key
interlocked with the SoftStart module to prevent
access to the medium voltage components:
b SoftStart,
b communication board.
On SoftStart module, the doors are interlocked to prevent
locking the unit without all of them being closed.
Power to the SoftStart module comes from the adjacent
main cubicle.
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
By-pass contactor
Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
O
FVS module
The disconnector mechanism incorporates the necessary interlocks (mechanical
and/or electrical) to prevent access to the load compartment with the contactors
energized. All interlocking requires three simultaneous operations to defeat any
function without the destruction of parts.
Interlocking:
b prevents disconnector closure (normal operations) if:
v the contactors are closed,
v the load compartment door is open,
v the contactors are not in the fully connected position,
v the cable earthing switch is closed, if so equipped.
b prevents closure of the contactor if the Blown Fuse Indication system has not been reset.
b prevents unlatching the load compartment door when the disconnector is closed.
b prevents access to the contactor/cable compartment unless: v any contactor is open and the disconnector is earthed, v the earthing switch is closed, if so equipped (provision to operate the earthing switch
with door open for cable testing is provided),
v the operating handle has been removed. b Allows for a test position which meets the following criteria:
v the front door has been opened for access,
v the disconnector is open and earthed and can not be closed,
v the contactor is in the fully connected position and can be operated,
v the control power transformer has been isolated from the test control power.
All interlocks do not require adjustments over the life of the equipment.
When the motor has started, the run contactor is closed.
The run contactor can be opened to provide a soft deceleration of the motor.
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Stand-alone RVSS:
Reduced Voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Side view
SoftStart module
SoftStart module
DE59277
Front view
DE59276
DE59275EN
Presentation
1
SoftStart
protection
relay
2
4
H
3
W
D
1 By-pass vacuum contactor
2 Busbars
3 SoftStart power stack
4 LV cabinet
Characteristics
Maximum rated voltage
Maximum power at 6.6 kV (p.f.: 0.88, η: 0.95)
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Rated frequency
Rated operational current
Category of use
Cable connections
Incoming
Outgoing
Dimensions
Approximate weight
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H
W
D
Stand-alone RVSS
7.2 kV
3800 kW
60 kV
20 kV
50/60 Hz
200/400 A
AC3/AC4
Single or three core
Maximum 1 x 240 mm2
or 2 x 120 mm2
Bottom or top
Single or three core
Maximum 1 x 240 mm2
or 2 x 120 mm2
Bottom or top
2300 mm
750 mm
950 mm
620 kg
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Presentation
Stand-alone RVSS:
Reduced Voltage non reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Composition of Stand-alone RVSS motor starter
The Stand-alone RVSS solution is composed of single SoftStart module.
Basic equipment
SoftStart module
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 bypass contactor
b 1 SCR power module
b 1 set of current sensors
b 1 microprocessor-based protection and control system
b 1 set of customer incoming cable connections
b 1 set of customer outgoing cable connections
Low voltage control
b HMI keypad with display
Options and accessories
Module options
b mechanical position indicator
b auxiliary contacts
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b ZSCT (zero sequence current transformer)
b 1 set of 3 surge arrestors
b voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
b heating resistor
b mechanical operation counter
Control options
b earth fault module
b RTD motor temperature sensor inputs
module
b “Start” & “Stop” pushbuttons
Operation and interlocking
Stand-alone SoftStart module
The Stand-alone SoftStarter allows for installation of the unit close to the process. This solution provides for easy retrofitting into existing systems where a direct on line motor starter exists. The design permits cable entry/exit from top, bottom or both.
The required 3 phase fuse protected power for starting and measurement needs to be provided from the upstream switchboard.
A minimum 750 VA control power at 110/120 VAC needs to be provided.
The Stand-alone RVSS is key interlocked with the upstream contactor.
Access to MV compartments is prevented by the key from the upstream contactor cubicle.
On SoftStart module the doors are interlocked to prevent locking the unit without all the doors being closed.
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RVAT: auto-transformer
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Front view
Side view
Auto-transformer module
DE57711
Main cubicle Auto-transformer module (ATM1)
DE59279
Auto-transformer module (ATM2)
DE59278
Main cubicle
1
2
H
H
3
W1
W1
W2
D
W2
DE57708
1 Run and start vacuum contactor
2 Busbars
3 Auto-transformer
Sepam
M41
LPCT
Characteristics
ATM2
ATM1
Maximum motor power
Dimensions
H
W1
W2 with capacitor module
D
Approximate weight
3800 kW
2300 mm
1875 mm
2250 mm
950 mm
1360 kg
440 kW
2300 mm
1500 mm
1875 mm
950 mm
1200 kg
(Auto-transformer weight to be added)
The auto-transformer is designed according to the motor requirements:
Nominal power
Service voltage
Nominal current
Frequency
Starting current
Starting time (motor)
Starting time (motor + auto-transformer)
Number of starts/hour
Number of consecutive starts
M
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RVAT: auto-transformer
asynchronous motor starter
Presentation
Composition of RVAT motor starter
The RVAT motor starter is composed of a main cubicle similar to FVNR unit and auto-transformer module.
Basic equipment
Main cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b 1 three core LPCT
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 2 contactor position indicator windows
Auto-transformer module
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
(Run contactor)
b 1 vacuum contactor, mechanically
interlocked with the Run contactor
(Start contactor)
Low voltage control
b 1 Sepam M41 protection relay including
starting automation
b “Start” & “Stop” pushbuttons
b “Run” & “Stopped” pilot lights
b 1 auto-transformer
b provision for LPCT (true current
measurement)
Options and accessories
Starter options
b thermal diagnosis system
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b power factor correction capacitor (FVNR3)
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b 1 fused control power transformer (CPT)
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b 1 set of 3 surge arrestors
b voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
b heating resistor
b mechanical operation counter
b running time meter
b contactor position indicator windows
for auto-transformer cubicle
Padlocks and key interlocks
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
Run contactor
Start contactor
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Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
O
C
Control options
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection
relay
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication
b local remote switch (not needed in case
of Sepam 100MI)
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
b analog output module
Operation and interlocking
Main cubicle: see FVNR cubicle
Auto-transformer module
The disconnector mechanism in the main cubicle incorporates the necessary interlocks to prevent access to the load compartment with the contactor energized. The disconnector mechanism is key interlocked with the auto-transformer module to prevent access to the medium voltage components: b auto-transformer,
b start contactor,
b run contactor.
The start and run contactors are mechanically and electrically interlocked to prevent simultaneous closure.
On auto-transformer modules the doors are interlocked to prevent closing the disconnector without all of them being closed.
Power to the Start and Run contactors comes from the adjacent main cubicle. The power from the Run contactor is then routed back to the load terminal box in the main cubicle.
The auto-transformer is of a roll in design such that it can be handled separately making it easier to handle, position and install the cubicle.
The module is available with a main bus compartment to allow easy extension to the switchboard. Extension may be an FVNR, RVSS or another RVAT unit.
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Transformer feeder
Presentation
Side view
DE57710
DE57716
DE57119
Front view
7
Sepam
T20
2
1
LPCT
3
H
5
4
6
D
W
MV compartment
1 Line disconnector
2 Busbars
3 Fuses
4 Contactor
5 Earthing switch
6 Current sensors LPCT
LV cabinet
7 LV protection, measurement
and control devices
Characteristics
Maximum rated voltage
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Rated short time withstand current (busbars)
Rated frequency
Rated operational current
Busbars rating
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W
D
Transformer feeder
7.2 kV
60 kV
20 kV
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
40 kA 3 s
50 kA 3 s*
50/60 Hz
200/400 A
630 A
1250 A
2500 A
3150 A*
2300 mm
375 mm
950 mm
475 kg
* For stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear
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Transformer feeder
Presentation
Composition of the transformer feeder
Basic equipment
Cubicle
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 line disconnector
b 1 electrically held vacuum contactor
b 3 or 6 HRC fuses
b 1 set of busbars
b 1 three core LPCT
b auxiliary contacts
b provision for padlocks
b 1 contactor position indicator window
Low voltage control
b 1 Sepam T20 transformer protection relay
b “On” & “Off” pushbuttons
b “On” & “Off” pilot lights
Options and accessories
Feeder options
b thermal diagnosis system
b internal arc withstand
b cable earthing switch including:
v mechanical position indicator
v auxiliary contacts
v padlock provision
b blown fuse indicator
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2 enclosures
b mechanically latched vacuum contactor
(includes release coil)
b 1 disconnector/ load compartment back light
b key interlocks
b encapsulated busbars
b 1 fused control power transformer (CPT)
b additional CT’s or ZSCT (zero sequence
current transformer)
b
b
b
b
b
1 set of 3 surge arrestors
voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
heating resistor
mechanical operation counter
running time meter
Control options
b fuse protection without protective relay
b Sepam series 40 or series 80 protection
relay
b Web Remote Monitoring option
b 1 Sepam 100 MI control and indication
b local remote switch (not needed in case
of Sepam 100MI)
Sepam accessories
b additional logic I/O module
b Modbus communication interface
b motor temperature sensor acquisition
module
A1 type
DE57718
b analog output module
O
Operation and interlocking
See FVNR cubicle.
Basic transformer key interlocks
A1 type
To prevent closing the earthing switch on a transformer feeder unless
the LV circuit breaker has been opened first and locked in the open
or disconnected position.
T20
O
DE57719
C1 type
C1 type
To prevent access to the transformer if the earthing switch of the feeder
has not been closed first.
C4 Type
To prevent closing the earthing switch on a transformer feeder unless the LV circuit
breaker has been opened first and locked in the open or disconnected position
and to prevent access to the transformer if the earthing switch of the feeder
has not been closed first.
T20
O
S
C4 type
DE57720
Padlocks and key interlocks
O
Disconnector
Cable earthing switch
Padlocks Key interlocks
C+O
O or O & C
C+O
O or C
T20
S
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O
Legend
no key
free key
captive key
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Incoming cubicle
Transition to MCset functional
units
Side view
Incoming cubicle
DE55489
Presentation
Composition
Basic equipment
b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 set of busbars
b provision for cable connections
v single or three core
v bottom or top connection
Options
b internal arc withstand
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2
enclosures
b encapsulated busbars
Characteristics
H
Maximum rated voltage
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Busbars ratings
Cables
Single core
D
Three core
Busducts
Dimensions
H
W
D
Approximate weight
Incoming cubicle
500
750
7.2 kV
7.2 kV
60 kV
60 kV
20 kV
20 kV
630 A
630 A
1250 A
1250 A
2500 A
2500 A
3150 A
3150 A
Bottom
Top or bottom
6 x 400 mm2 6 x 400 mm2
4 x 500 mm2 4 x 500 mm2
6 x 240 mm2 6 x 240 mm2
–
Top
2300 mm
2300 mm
500 mm
750 mm
950 mm
950 mm
350 kg
900 kg
Transition to MCset functional units
Side view
DE55490
Composition Basic equipment b 1 IP3X enclosure
b 1 set of busbars in separate compartment
b 1 removable front panel
Options
b internal arc withstand
b IP4X, IPX1 and IPX2
enclosures
b encapsulated busbars
Characteristics
H
Maximum rated voltage
Impulse withstand voltage (1.2/50 μs, peak value)
Power frequency withstand voltage (1 min)
Busbars ratings
Dimensions
Approximate weight
H
W
D
Transition cubicle to MCset
7.2 kV
60 kV
20 kV
630 A
1250 A
2500 A
3150 A
2300 mm
375 mm
1550 mm
Consult us
D
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MCset functional unit
Presentation
The MCset cubicle
Make-up a Motorpact-MCset
switchboard
PE57905
The cubicle is of LSC2B (Loss of Service Continuity Category) type as defined
by IEC standard 62271-200, in other words the medium voltage parts are
compartmented using metal partitions (PM class) which are connected to earth
and which separate:
b the busbars
b the withdrawable part (circuit breaker, fuse-contactor, disconnector truck
or earthing truck)
b MV connections, earthing switch, current sensors and voltage transformers
as required.
MCset guarantees a high level of protection of people; when a compartment
containing a main circuit is open, the other compartments and/or functional units
may remain energised.
The low voltage auxiliaries and monitoring unit are in a cabinet separated from the
medium voltage section. Five basic cubicle layouts are offered:
b incomer or feeder
AD
b line up bussection
CL - GL
b busbar metering and earthing
TT
b switch-fuse feeder
DI
AD and CL cubicles are withdrawable.
MCset switchboard is made-up of several interconnected functional units. By using a transition functional unit, it’s easy to connect a MCset switchboard with a Motorpact switchboard.
For details, see MCset catalogue ref. DEAI02.
Electrical characteristics
The values below are given for normal operating conditions as defined in
IEC 62271-200 and IEC 62271-1.
Rated voltage (kV)
7.2
12
20
60
28
75
Rated insulation level
Power frequency withstand voltage 50 Hz - 1 min (rms kV)
Lightning impulse withstand voltage 1.2/50 μs (kV peak)
Nominal current and maximum short time withstand current (1)
(1) For functional units equipped with circuit breakers or fuse
contactors, the breaking capacity is equal to the short time
withstand current. In all cases, the device peak making
capacity is equal to 2.5 times the short time withstand current.
(2) With fan.
(3) Lightning impulse dielectric withstand voltage = 60 kV peak.
(4) Limited by fuses.
(5) With LF circuit breaker (with Evolis circuit breaker, consult us).
(6) With Rollarc contactor.
(7) Limited to 1 s for In circuit breaker: 1250 A.
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Functional unit with circuit breaker
Short time withstand current
Ith max.
Rated current
Rated current
(kA/3 s) (7)
In max. busbar (A)
In CB
(A)
Functional unit with fuse-contactor (3)
Short time withstand current
Ith max.
Rated current
In max.
Functional unit with switch-fuse (DI cubicle)
Short time withstand current
Ith max.
Rated current
In max. ≤
(kA/3 s)
25
31.5
40
50
4000
1250
2500
3150
4000 (2) (5)
25
31.5
40
50
4000
1250
2500
3150
4000 (2) (5)
(kA)
(A)
50 (4)
250
50 (4) (6)
200 (6)
(kA)
(A)
50 (4)
200
50 (4)
200
(kA/1 s)
50
50
Internal arc withstand (maximum value)
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MCset functional unit
Presentation
The MCset range includes 13 functional units,
based on 5 functions.
DE57726
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Busbar
LV cabinet
Circuit breaker
Current sensors
Earthing switch
Voltage transformers
MV connections
DE57727
1
2
3
4
5
Busbar
LV cabinet
Circuit breaker
Current sensors
Voltage transformers
DE57728
1
2
3
4
Busbar
LV cabinet
Earthing switch
Voltage transformers
DE57729
MT20081 - MT20080
E28525
Incomer/Feeder
1
2
3
4
Busbar
Load interrupter
MV fuses
LV cabinet
Sepam
E38180
DE56359
Line-up bussectionning
Sepam
E28523
MT20078
Metering and busbar earthing
DE57080
MT20082
Switch fuse feeder
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Description
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Contents
Enclosures
46
Line disconnector
48
Busbars compartment
49
Load compartment
Vacuum contactor
MV fuses
Current sensors
Cable connection
Optional equipment
50
50
52
53
55
56
Operating panel
59
LV cabinet
Sepam protection system
Sepam protection system - Local/remote control device
Sepam protection system - Selection guide
60
61
62
63
Vamp arc flash protection
GemControl system
GemStart 5
66
68
68
Auto-transformer compartment
69
SoftStart compartment
70
MV fuses - selection guide
71
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Description
Enclosures
General characteristics
Motorpact is composed of modular cubicles, single tiers, indoor construction.
Each transformer or motor starter consists in a single or multiple section line up close coupled to the main incomer switchgear. PE57906
Degree of protection
b IP3X outside the enclosure (optional 4X).
b IP2XC inside the enclosure. b IPX1 and IPX2 are optional. Tunnel
A tunnel of 457 mm is installed: b when the rating current of the busbars is higher than 2500 A, b when the cubicle is internal arc type and the ceiling is lower than 4 m.
Anti corrosion protection and finishing
To ensure that the equipment performs under severe climatic it is finished as follows:
1 – all non-painted steel parts are zinc plated.
2 – all painted steel parts are cleaned and a zinc-phosphate pre-treatment applied prior to paint application.
3 – paint colour is RAL9002 white frosted TGIC polyester powder, applied electrostatically through air. Following paint application, parts are baked to produce a hard durable finish. The average thickness of the paint film is 50 microns. Paint film is uniform in color and free from blisters, sags, flaking and peeling.
4 – adequacy of paint finish to inhibit the buildup of rust on ferrous metal materials are periodically tested and evaluated.
Earthing conductor
PE55146
Copper earthing conductor is continuous and extends from one end of the motor starter switchboard to the other through each vertical section. Each section is supplied with an internal earthing conductor of 6 x 50 mm.
The earthing conductor connections are designed for easy future extension. Earthing conductor
interconnection
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Description
Enclosures
Loss of service continuity cubicle classification
Loss of service continuity class (LSC)
The design is based on “safe compartment access”
Several classes of service continuity during maintenance are defined:
LSC 2A
Safe access to compartment:
b with power flow in busbars and the other units,
b MV cables must be earthed.
LSC 2B
Safe access to compartment:
b with power flow in busbars and the other units,
b MV cable in separate compartment,
b cable of unit under maintenance can remain energized.
LSC 1
Metal enclosed cubicle not of LSC2 class.
Motorpact complies with the definition of LSC2A, and thus provides a fully
safe access to the contactor compartment, knowing that maintenance operation:
b the downstream cables to feed motor are not energized and can be earthed,
b the upstream fuse contacts are earthed and segregated from the busbars
through the disconnector.
Partition Class I or M
Class defining whether metallic or non-metallic material for separation to live parts
is used.
Partition Class PM
All partitions and shutters of safe access compartment shall be metallic with some
current carrying capacity.
Partition Class PI
b Partitions or shutters may be partially or totally of insulating material.
b A shutter can be defined as moving contact of a disconnector to engage fixed contacts, to a position where it becomes a part of the enclosure or partition shielding the fixed contacts.
Motorpact complies with Partition Class PI
(earthing switches being shutters for the line and load sides of the equipment)
Internal arc withstand classification IAC AFLR
(optional)
Motorpact internal arc withstand is designed to protect operators in the case of an internal arc and is Internal Arc Classified (IAC).
Successfully tested in conformity with IEC 60271-200 standard (ex IEC 60298), appendix A. Accessibility is Type A permitting access from the Front side, Lateral side and Rear side (AFLR). Motorpact is designed to offer a high level of safety by minimizing the effects of internal arcing by:
b using metallic flaps on top of the equipment to limit overpressure in the compartments and to direct the hot gases to the outside, minimizing operator hazards.
b designing multifunctional parts to reduce connections and hardware.
b using non-flammable materials used in the cubicle.
b utilization of concentric compression connections on all flexible bus connections.
Installation in a room must be in accordance with the ceiling height
b Ceiling height between 2.8 and 4 meters, it is possible to install a tunnel above the switchboard, in order to channel off the hot gas (due to the effects of internal arcing) and to avoid the gases moving towards any present operators.
b Ceiling height over 4 meters, the tunnel is not compulsory.
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Description
Line disconnector
DE57730
Maintenance free line disconnector
Use
The line disconnector provides isolation between the busbars compartment
and the load compartment.
Location
It is situated in the main enclosure at the upper part of the load compartment,
and is manually operated from the front of the cubicle.
Description
The disconnector has two positions:
b connected (closed), b earthed (disconnected).
The disconnector is a non-load break device capable of interrupting the magnetizing current of the control power transformer (5000 operations without maintenance).
The disconnector contacts are readily visible. An optional light is available.
The internal degree of protection is IP2XC.
The load side terminals are integrated into a single multifunctional unit that also integrates the fuse holders (single or double fuses).
The disconnector mechanism incorporates the necessary interlocks to prevent access to the multifunctional compartment with the contactor energized.
Interlocking requires 3 hands to defeat any function.
The disconnector operating mechanism has a pad lockable feature for both the open and closed positions.
Rating
400 Amperes.
PE55147
Options
b Key interlocks
Two key interlocks are available:
v one with a removable key when the disconnector is locked in the open position,
v one with a removable key when the disconnector is locked in the open position
or with a removable key when the disconnector is in closed position.
b Disconnector position contact back light.
Auxiliary contacts
b
v
v
b
1 set of 4 form C* auxiliary contacts is available for external uses,
1 in the earthed position (disconnector open),
1 in the connected position (disconnector closed).
1 set of 4 form C* auxiliary contacts is available as an option.
Characteristics
Operating voltage
Rated current
Breaking capacity
Minimum
Maximum
Vdc
Vac
48 V
480 V
10 A
60 W (L/R 150 ms)
700 VA (power factor 0.35)
* Common point changeover type contacts
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Description
Busbars compartment
DE57731
Busbars
Location
The busbars is mounted directly on the disconnector under the LV cabinet.
Description
The busbars is mounted in the horizontal position. Barriers are provided to isolate
the compartment from the rest of the individual vertical section.
Busbars rated current
When the cubicles are part of a main switchboard, the busbars rated current is of the same current rating as the main switchboard.
When Motorpact is used as stand-alone equipment, the current rating of the busbars must be greater than the total of the individual currents of each motor starter.
Rating (A)
Short time withstand current
3s
Up to 31.5 kA
40 kA
50 kA*
b
b
630
b
b
b
1250
b
b
b
2500
b
b
b
3150 *
* For stand-alone applications or when lined up with LF circuit breaker MCset switchgear.
Design of the busbars
PE55146
The busbars is connected directly on the disconnector terminals.
The connection to the main circuit breaker switchboard is done through a transition cubicle and solid copper busbars links.
Option
Encapsulated busbars.
L1
Access
L2
L3
Phasing relationship
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Front access only:
For periodic busbars maintenance, access is provided through a removable access
cover at the bottom of the LV cabinet.
Front and rear access:
If rear access is available, busbars maintenance can also be performed from the rear
of the cubicle by removing the enclosure cover and the busbars access barrier.
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Description
Load compartment
Vacuum contactor
DE57732
The vacuum contactor is used:
b as a Main contactor in all the motor starters and the transformer feeder,
b as a Start and Run contactor in the RVAT motor starter,
b as a By-pass contactor in the RVSS motor starter.
Main fused contactor
Use
Main contactor controls the motor or the transformer feeder.
It can be electrically held or mechanically latched (optional).
It is combined with fuses for high level short-circuit protection.
It is controlled:
b locally,
b remotely.
Description
The vacuum contactor comply with IEC 60470 standard. It comprises:
b 3 vacuum interrupters (breaking);
b an electromagnetic control unit that can be:
v electrically held,
v mechanically latched (optional).
b a contactor position indicator,
b a mechanical operation counter (option),
b auxiliary contacts,
b a extraction rail system to remove the contactor.
Location
It is situated below the power fuses, and mounted on rails, in order
to be easily removable.
PE55150
Auxiliary contactors
RVAT Start contactor
Use: an electrically held contactor to connect the auto-transformer in Y during
the first step of the starting time.
RVAT Run contactor
Use: an electrically held contactor to by pass the auto-transformer after the motor has reached operating speed.
For RVAT, the Main and the Run contactors are switched automatically by the control logic.
RVSS By-pass contactor
Use: an electrically held contactor to by pass the SoftStart after the motor has reached operating speed. For RVSS, an integral digital controller controls both the Main and the By-pass contactors.
Location
Start, Run and By-pass contactors are installed on rails in the upper compartment of the auto-transformer or SoftStart cubicle.
All these contactors are interchangeable with each other and with the Main contactor.
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Description
Load compartment
Vacuum contactor
Vacuum contactor characteristics
Electrical characteristics
Rated voltage
Rated current
Category of use
Rated short circuit breaking capacity (without fuse)
Electrical endurance Mechanical life
Mechanically latched type
Electrically held type
Chopping current (Avg.RMS)
Rated switching frequency
Maximum closing time
Maximum opening time Control
Supply voltage
Consumption
7.2 kV
200/400 A
AC3/AC4
6.3 kA
250 000 operations
250 000 operations
2 500 000 operations
0.5 A
1200/hour
300/hour for mechanically
latched version
80 ms or less
30 ms or less
300 ms or less (delayed)
Vdc
100/125
Vac
115/120
possible variations:
+10% –15%
Closing is achieved via the closing coils.
The holding coils are inserted in the circuit
at the end of the closing.
Closing
100-110 V
670 VA 80 ms
240/250
230/240
Holding
85 VA
PE55151
Auxiliary contacts
The auxiliary contacts are of the changeover type with a common point.
The following are available:
b 3 NO + 3 NC for the electrically held version (optional 3 NO & 3 NC additional auxiliary contacts),
b 5 NO + 6 NC for the mechanically latched version as standard.
Characteristics
Operating voltage
Rated current
Breaking capacity
Minimum
Maximum
Vdc
Vac
48 V
480 V
10 A
60 W (L/R 150 ms)
700 VA (power factor 0.35)
Options
b Mechanical operation counter
b Mechanically latched contactor (including open release)
The open release allows opening of the contactor when mechanically latched. It is supplied with:
v mechanical position indicator,
v padlock provision: closed position,
v 1 key interlock: open or closed position (optional),
v 1 emergency mechanical trip pushbutton.
Open release characteristics
Power supply (Vdc)
Consumption (W)
Response time (ms)
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48
470
20-40
125
680
20-41
250
640
20-40
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Description
Load compartment
MV fuses
DE57733
MV fuses
Use
MV power fuses are used for short circuit current protection. Sepam series 20, 40 or 80 digital relay provides fine protection, and metering and control of the motor or transformer.
Characteristics
Fuses comply with IEC 60282.1 and DIN 43625 standards, with high breaking capacity.
High fault current limitation reduces electrodynamic stresses on the load-side components (contactor, cables, CT’s, etc).
A blown fuse indicator is provided to open the three poles of the contactor, in case of single phase or two-phase fault.
Maximum service voltage
Maximum fuse rating
Breaking capacity
7.2 kV
2 x 315 A
50 kA
Motor application
Quantity and rated current of the fuses
Select from the table page 64.
It is essential to verify, specially in case of rating change (change in motor
power for instance), that dimensioning rules are satisfied.
Dimensioning rules
Accumulation of starting sequences
The “check-point” current (2 x Id) must be lower than the minimum clearing current
(I3) of the fuse.
Saturation of sensors
b In order to be sure that fault currents will be “seen” by the fuses, the “accuracy limit current” of the sensors must be higher than the minimum clearing current (I3) of the fuse.
b In order to insure the correct functioning of the thermal image protection of the Sepam relay, the sensor rating must be lower than 3 times the normal motor current.
Corollary: do not over-rate the sensors.
Transformer application
Quantity and rated current of the fuses
See table page 64.
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Description
DE57734EN
Current sensors
CLV1 low power current transducer (LPCT)
Dimensions in mm
The LPCT is the standard current sensor for Motorpact. It consists of a three core voltage current sensor which complies with the IEC 60044-8 standard.
One sensor covers all the applications.
115
Use
351
The LPCT is compatible with Sepam series 20, series 40 or series 80 digital relays
and provide the required performance for the protection and measuring functions
of transformer and motor applications.
115
Due to its linearity, a single LPCT covers the entire operating range.
If the motor changes, only the setting of the Sepam protection relay
has to be modified (see also rule on previous page).
Ø 55
120
Single depth 57
Characteristics
3 RJ45 plugs
LPCT
100 A
800 A
22.5 mV
0.5%
160
5P
u 2 kΩ
800 A
5 kA/10 s
16 kA
0.72 kV
3 kV
– 25°C, indoor
Rated primary current
Rated extended primary current
Rated secondary output
Accuracy class for measuring
Accuracy limit factor
Accuracy class for protection
Burden
Rated continuous thermal current
Thermal current surge
Rated short-time thermal current
Highest voltage for equipment
Rated power frequency withstand voltage
Service conditions
DE57735
Accuracy template
10%
5%
1.5%
0.75%
0.5%
5A
20 A
100 A
800 A
5 kA
16 kA
Due to its linearity, a single LPCT covers the entire operating range.
Location
PE55152
It is located on the CT and load terminal assembly providing the required support
and ensuring dielectric withstand.
Wiring and cables
Each cable is 5 meters long and is embedded in the LPCT enclosure.
The 3 RJ45 plugs are equipped with color coded terminals that mate up to color coded sockets on the Sepam eliminating possible connection errors.
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Load compartment
Description
DE57736EN
Current sensors
Phase current transformer
Dimensions in mm
Use
Alternatively, Motorpact can be supplied with a three core phase CT.
This CT is optimised for Sepam digital relays and will provide performance
and protection for the system.
115
351
115
Ø 55
120
Single depth 57
Accuracy ratings
Rated current
30 A/1 A
30 A/5 A
50 A/1 A
50 A/5 A
100 A/1 A
100 A/5 A
150 A/1 A
150 A/5 A
200 A/1 A
200 A/5 A
250 A/1 A
250 A/5 A
300 A/1 A
300 A/5 A
400 A/1 A
400 A/5 A
Single depth = 57 mm
Double depth = 114 mm
2.5 VA 10P5 or 2.5 VA cl. 3
5 VA 10P5 or 5 VA cl. 3
5 VA 10P5 or 5 VA cl. 3
5 VA 10P5 or 5 VA cl. 3
2.5 VA 5P5 or 2.5 VA cl. 1
5 VA 5P5 or 5 VA cl. 1
2.5 VA 5P5 or 10 VA cl1 or 2.5 VA cl. 0.5
5 VA 5P5 or 2.5 VA cl. 0.5
2.5 VA 5P5 or 5 VA cl. 0.5
5 VA 5P5 or 2.5 VA cl. 0.5
2.5 VA 5P5 or 10 VA cl. 0.5
5 VA 5P5 or 2.5 VA cl. 0.5
2.5 VA 5P5 or 15 VA cl. 0.5
5 VA 5P5 or 5 VA cl. 0.5
2.5 VA 5P5 or 30 VA cl. 0.5
5 VA 5P5 or 10 VA cl. 0.5
For all other needs, please consult us.
It is essential to verify, specially in case of rating change (change in motor
power for instance), that dimensioning rules are satisfied. See page 49.
All CT’s comply with measuring and protection requirements:
b single depth: 57 mm,
b double depth: 114 mm.
Note: for rated currents lower than 75 A, the best solution is to use the LPCT (see previous page).
Location
DE57737
It is located on the CT and load terminal assembly providing the required support
and ensuring all dielectric withstand.
Zero sequence current transformer
Three types of zero sequence current transformer (ZSCT) may be used:
Internally mounted zero sequence CT
Use
The internally mounted zero sequence current transformer is used for earth fault
protection when the expected value of the fault current is higher than 50 A
(direct earthing system).
Location and size
The internally mounted zero sequence current transformer is installed with the LPCT
or CT. Its depth is a single depth (57 mm).
Internally mounted CSH 280 core balance CT
Use
CSH core balance CTs, provide more sensitive protection by direct measurement of earth fault currents.
Specifically designed for the Sepam range, they can be directly connected to the Sepam “residual current” input.
Location and size
The internally mounted CSH 280 core balance CT is installed with the LPCT or CT.
Its depth is a single depth (57 mm).
E28678
Externally mounted CSH 120 and CSH 200 core balance CTs
Use
Same use as CSH 280.
They are installed in the cable tray under the cubicle around the cable.
b CSH 120 - 120 mm internal diameter core balance CT
b CSH 200 - 200 mm internal diameter core balance CT
A hole would need to be drilled on site to pass the wires.
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Description
Cable connection
DE57738
Cable connection
Capability
b Up to 2 x 120 mm2 or 1 x 240 mm2 single or three core dry cables.
b Screened and non-screened cable.
b Armoured or non-armoured cable.
Location
Cable termination pads are located on the left side of the main contactor FVNR unit
for all applications including auto-transformers and SoftStarts. They are situated
310 mm from the front of the cubicle to allow for easy access during installation
and maintenance. The cable termination pads are suitable for:
b 1 cable max. 240 mm2 or
b 2 cables max. 120 mm2.
L3
L2
L1
Equipment cable access
FVNR
Cable termination pads are designed for easy accessible from the front of the cubicle.
Cables can exit as follows:
Cable type
7.2 kV max.
Single core
Three core
Single core
Three core
Phasing relationship
Utility space
b
b
Front and rear access
Top
Bottom
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Front access only
Top
Bottom
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Incoming line
Cable termination pads are designed to be easily accessible from the front of the cubicle.
Cables can exit as follows:
Incoming cubicle width
Front and rear access
Top
Bottom
b
b
b
500 mm
750 mm
Front access only
Top
Bottom
b
b
b
Load termination pads
Load termination pads are provided with a two hole configuration permitting the use of virtually any one or two hole cable connecting lug. To prevent single hole cable lugs from rotating, provision is provided to clamp the cable. An earth busbar is provided for termination of the cable screen.
Floor plates are available to prevent the ingress of dust and vermin.
A dielectric barrier (Formex) is provided over the cable termination pads. Front access
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PE55163
PE55162
When rear access is available, removable rear covers provide simple and easy cable termination. In addition, a removable top entry cover at the rear section of each FVNR cubicle provides a full height cable pull area.
Rear access
Floor cable entry
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Description
Load compartment
Optional equipment
PE55156
Cable earthing switch
Use
The cable earthing switch earths the outgoing cables and allows to discharge them.
Location
It is situated on the load side of the contactor.
Description
Electrical characteristics
Earthing switch making capacity
14 kA peak
No load operations according to IEC standard
1000
Direct visual indication of the position of the device on the front face
Auxiliary contacts
2 NO and 2 NC auxiliary contacts are available in open and closed position
Interlocking
The earthing switch is mechanically interlocked with the disconnector and the MV front door.
As an option: a key interlock is available in closed or open position.
Earthing switch is provided with padlock provision in open and closed positions.
An optional key interlock blocks access to the operating handle thus locking the earthing switch in either the open or closed position.
PE57908
Voltage Presence Indicator System (VPIS)
Use
This device enables to check the presence (or absence) of voltage in the cables.
It is in accordance with IEC 61958.
Location
The sensors are located on the cable termination box, indicators on the front face.
Heater resistor
Use
Heaters are required to prevent condensation when the cubicle is installed in a humid
atmosphere or is de-energized for extended periods of time.
Description
One heater resistor 50 W/230 Vac.
The heater resistor is controlled by a miniature circuit breaker.
The heater is switched off when the contactor is energized.
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Description
Load compartment
Optional equipment
PE55158
Control Power Transformer (CPT)
Use
To supply power to the closing coil of the contactor, two solutions can be used:
b an external DC or AC auxiliary, b an internal supply. A control power transformer (CPT) can be provided and installed into the cubicle.
The CPT is used to close (inrush current) and to electrically hold the contactor.
If the contactor is mechanically latched, the CPT is used only to close the contactor. Generally a reliable auxiliary supply is utilized in the release circuit of the contactor.
Characteristics
The CPT is protected with two MV fuses and the secondary by a miniature
circuit breaker.
Electrical interlocking is provided in the CPT secondary to disconnect the load
of the CPT before opening the disconnector. This prevents the possibility
of backfeeding the CPT.
Two types of CPT are available:
b VRCR 200 VA capable of supplying one contactor and associated auxiliaries
b CPT 300 VA capable of supplying all contactors and associated auxiliaries
in reduced voltage motor starting applications
b CPT 750 VA supplied as standard in RVSS. Optional for other applications
b CPT 2000 VA optional when additional power is required for downstream
components.
Primary CPT MV fuses are connected to the load side of the main fuses.
Type: Ferraz
< 5.5 kV 20 mm diameter and 127 mm length,
> 5.5 kV 20 mm diameter and 190 mm length.
Location
CPT is placed under the contactor on the floor of the cubicle.
The CPT fuses and holders are accessible from the front for easy fuse replacement.
Power Factor Correction capacitor
Three phase capacitors: without internal fuses
Possible for FVNR3 cubicle (750 mm width).
DE57739EN
Network voltage (V)
6600 6300 6000 5500
Capacitor voltage (V)
6600 6300 6000 5500
Power (kvar)
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
45
90
135
180
225
270
315
360
405
40
80
120
160
200
240
280
320
360
35
70
105
140
175
210
245
280
315
Dimensions (mm)
H
L
300
347
300
347
400
347
500
347
810
347
700
347
700
347
810
347
810
347
D
190
190
190
190
165
190
190
190
190
b
135
135
135
135
135
135
135
135
135
H1
120
120
220
320
630
520
520
630
630
Weight
(kg)
20
28
35
44
49
58
64
73
79
These capacitors could be available in stock: please consult us
Three-phase Propivar capacitor
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Option
Temperature class –25/+55°C
Clamping for 1 cable connection
Clamping for 2 cables connection
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Description
Load compartment
Optional equipment
DE56780
Thermal diagnosis system
Use
To reduce maintenance costs in MV substations.
It continuously monitors temperature rise using optical fibres and sensors installed at the heart of the sensitive areas.
The sensors are located on cable connections and on top MV fuse holders.
Presentation
Thermal diagnosis is based on the principle of temperature measurement of energized circuits. By using optical fibres, the system doesn’t introduce any risks in terms of insulation.
It provides:
b permanent monitoring of the temperature rise in power circuits at the connections,
b tripping of a “pre-alarm”, then an “alarm” by activating dry contact outputs,
b indication of the zone and circuit involved.
The standard solution is composed of the MDT module and two probes
as described hereunder.
Probes CFO733
The optical fibre probes are factory-built assemblies comprising:
b 3 sensors attached to the power circuit,
b the optical connections,
b a connector linked to the module.
This connector incorporates the opto-electrical conversion unit thus eliminating any optical connections when assembling.
MDT107 module
The MDT107 electronic module is mounted in the low voltage compartment of the cubicle. It provides the following functions:
b monitoring of temperature rise in 2 zones,
b triggering of the pre-alarm,
b triggering of the alarm,
b self-monitoring of the module,
b self monitoring of the temperature probes.
Technical characteristics
Optical fibre probes CF0733
Maximum equipment voltage
17.5 kV
Rated power frequency voltage
38 kV 1 min - 42 kV 1 min
Impulse voltage
95 kV
Maximum fibre/sensor temperature
120°C
MDT106 module
Temperature rise adjustment
To be defined
Possibility of adjusting the ambient temperature correction
Maximum absolute threshold value
Pre-alarm = 115°C
Multi9 profile width
10.5 cm
Alarm = 120°C
Module power
Dry contact
24/250 Vdc, 110/240 Vac
Voltage
24, 48, 127, 220 Vdc
Current
5 A permanent (pre-alarm)
Vdc
< 1.2 W (standby) - < 3.4 W (max.)
Vac
< 4.4 VA (standby) - < 6.6 VA (max.)
110 to 240 Vac
8 A permanent (alarm)
Consumption (standby-max.)
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Description
Operating panel
PE57907
Operating panel
The operating front panel comprises different control and indicating elements:
b control “Run” and “Stop” pushbuttons,
b indicating lights,
Both can be replaced by an optional Sepam 100 MI control and indication device.
b local-remote switch (optional),
b mimic diagram,
b operating sequence,
b open closed indicator,
b running time meter (optional), as well as voltage presence indication system.
The operating front panel allows control, interlocking and padlocking:
b earthing switch operator,
b earthing switch key interlock,
b disconnector operator,
b disconnector key interlock,
b disconnector padlock provision,
b earthing switch padlock provision.
Available is a back light with a push to view feature for viewing the disconnector and earthing switch status.
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Description
LV cabinet
DE57740
LV cabinet
Use
To install all local protection and control LV equipment.
Structure
The low voltage cabinet is separated from the MV compartment by earthed metal barriers.
A hinged door is situated at the upper front of the enclosure and above the busbars compartment.
Relays and local control devices are flush mounted on the LV cabinet door.
Terminals, miniature circuit breaker, auxiliary relays are fixed on DIN rails inside the cabinet.
PE57902
Underneath the LV cabinet, in front of the busbars compartment a fix escutcheon gets pushbuttons, lamps, voltage presence indicator system, and a mechanical position disconnector indicator.
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LV cabinet
Description
Each Motorpact unit is equipped with a comprehensive protection, control and monitoring system comprising:
b instrument transformers to measure the necessary electrical values (phase current, residual current, voltages, etc.),
b Sepam protection relay adapted to the application,
b metering equipment,
b low voltage auxiliary relays.
The Sepam range of protection relays is designed for the operation of machines and electrical distribution networks of industrial installations and utility substations at all levels of voltage.
To cover all needs, from the simplest to the most complete, Sepam is compliant with IEC 61850 (series 20, 40, 60, 80).
DE57741
Sepam protection system
Sepam digital protection relay
Sepam is at the heart of the protection chain.
It carries out all the necessary protection, control, monitoring and signalling functions and provides an optimal solution for each application:
b Sepam T, transformer feeder,
b Sepam M, motor starter,
b Sepam B or S, for busbars, substation and capacitor application.
PE60300
Sepam series 20, series 40, series 60 and series 80,
a modular solution
To satisfy increasing numbers of applications, and allow the installation to be upgraded:
b basic, advanced or mimic - based User-Machine Interface.
The advanced UMI with graphic LCD screen and keypad, can be remotely located. b functional enhancement by optional modules: v 42 logic inputs and 23 relay outputs with 3 optional modules, v Modbus communication network connection interface, v 8 to 16 temperature probes acquisition module,
v analog output (4-20 mA),
v Synchro-check module.
Sepam: simplicity and performance
Easy to install
b optional modules common for all Sepam and easy to implement.
Assisted commissioning
b pre-defined functions commissioned by a simple parameter setting,
b user-friendly and powerful PC software for parameter and protection setting.
User-friendly
b intuitive User Machine Interface with direct data access,
b local operating data in the user’s language.
Protection in Motorpact units
The basic equipment of each Motorpact unit comprises an adapted protection system.
Motorpact unit
FVNR
RVAT
RVSS
Transformer feeder
Standard
Sepam M20
Sepam M41
SoftStart relay
Sepam T20
Optional
Sepam M40 or M60 or M80
Sepam M40 or M60 or M80
Sepam M40 or M60 or M80
Sepam T40 or T60 or T80
For any other types of Sepam relay, please consult us.
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LV cabinet
Description
Sepam protection system
Local/remote control device
Sepam series 80 modular architecture
PE57980
Sepam protection system
1 - Base unit, with two types of User Machine Interfaces (UMI):
b Integrated mimic-based UMI
b Integrated or remote advanced UMI.
2 - Parameters and protection settings saved on removable memory cartridge.
3 - 42 logic inputs and 23 relay outputs, including 5 outputs on the base unit + 3 optional modules each providing 14 inputs and 6 outputs.
4 - 2 independent communication ports:
b Connection of each port to 1 or 2 S-LAN and/or E-LAN networks
b Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP, IEC60870-5-103, DNP3 and IEC 61850 communication protocols
b GOOSE messages and TCP/IP redundancy
b RS485(2 or 4 wire) or fibre-optic network.
5 - Temperature data from 16 sensors: Pt100, Ni100, or Ni120.
6 - 1 analogue output: 0-1 mA, 0-10 mA, 4-20 mA or 0-20 mA.
7 - Synchro-check module
8 - Software tools:
b Sepam parameter and protection setting and control function customization
b Programming of specific functions (Logipam)
b Recovery and display of disturbance recording data
b Local or remote operation via a communication network.
Local/remote control device
Use
Local/remote control of the contactor.
Characteristics
Two possibilities:
b integrated Sepam 100MI solution, b basic solution.
PE60116
Sepam 100 MI
Sepam 100 MI is a local breaking device control and signalling module.
The front of Sepam 100 MI includes the following mimic:
b red and green indicator units used to make up mimic diagrams representing the cubicle electrical diagram,
b a red vertical bar representing “device closed”,
b a green horizontal bar representing “device open”,
b a local or remote control selector switch (CLR),
b a breaking device open control pushbutton (KD2), active in local or remote mode,
b a breaking device close control pushbutton (KD1), active only in local position.
Sepam 100 MI
Sepam 100 MI can be installed either separately or combined Sepam series 20, series 40 or series 80.
Location
It is mounted on the LV cabinet door.
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LV cabinet
Description
Sepam protection system
Selection guide
Series 20
Series 40
Protections
Current
Voltage
Frequency
Specifics
b
b
b
b
Breaker
failure
b
b
b
b
b
Disconnection
by rate of
change of
frequency
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Directional
earth fault
Directional
earth fault
and phase
overcurrent
Directional
earth fault
S41
S51 (5)
S42
S52 (5)
S43
S53 (5)
b
b
b
Applications
Substation
S20
S24
Busbar
Transformer
T20
T24
Motor
Generator
Capacitor
S40
S50 (5)
B21
B22
T40
T50 (6)
M40
G40
M20
S44
S54 (5)
T42
T52 (6)
M41
Characteristics
Logic inputs
Logic outputs
Temperature sensors
Channel Current
0 to 10
0 to 10
0 to 10
4 to 8
4 to 8
4 to 8
0 to 8
0 to 8
0 to 16
3V + Vo
3V, 2U + Vo
3 I + Io
Voltage
LPCT (1)
Communication ports
IEC61850 Protocol
3 I + Io
b
b
1 to 2
1 to 2
1 to 2
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Redudancy
Goose message
Control
Matrix (2)
Logic equation editor
Logipam (3)
Other
Backup battery
48 hours
Front memory cartridge
with settings
(1) LPCT: low-power current transformer complying with standard IEC 60044-8.
(2) Control matrix for simple assignment of information from the protection, control and monitoring functions.
(3) Logipam ladder language (PC programming environment) to make full use of Sepam series 80 functions.
(4) Standard lithium battery 1/2 AA format, 3.6 V, front face exchangeable.
(5) S5X applications are identical to S4X applications with the following additional functions:
b Earth fault and phase overcurrent cold load pick-up
b Broken wire detection
b Fault locator.
(6) T5X applications are identical to T4X applications with the following additional functions:
b Earth fault and phase overcurrent cold load pick-up
b Broken wire detection.
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Description
LV cabinet
Sepam protection system
Selection guide
Series 60
Protections
Current
Voltage
Frequency
Specifics
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Directional
earth fault
Directional
earth fault
and phase
overcurrent
Applications
Substation
Busbar
Transformer
Motor
Generator
Capacitor
S60
S62
T60
T62
M61
G60
C60
G62
Characteristics
Logic inputs
Logic outputs
Temperature sensors
Channel Current
4 to 16
0 to 16
3 I + Io
Voltage
3V, 2U + Vo or Vnt
LPCT (1)
b
Communication ports
IEC61850 Protocol
Redudancy
Goose message
Control
0 to 28
Matrix (2)
Logic equation editor
1 to 2
b
b
b
b
b
Logipam (3)
Other
Backup battery
Lithium battery (4)
Front memory cartridge
with settings
b
(1) LPCT: low-power current transformer complying with standard IEC 60044-8.
(2) Control matrix for simple assignment of information from the protection, control and monitoring functions.
(3) Logipam ladder language (PC programming environment) to make full use of Sepam series 80 functions.
(4) Standard lithium battery 1/2 AA format, 3.6 V, front face exchangeable.
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LV cabinet
Description
Sepam protection system
Selection guide
Series 80
b
b
b
S80
B80
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Directional
earth fault
Directional
earth fault
and phase
overcurrent
Disconnection
by rate of
change of
frequency
Transformer & Machine
transformerdifferential
machine unit
differential
S81
S82
T81
M81
T82
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Voltage and frequency
protection for 2 sets
of busbars
Capacitor-bank
unbalance
S84
B83
G82
T87
M88
G88
M87
G87
C86
0 to 42
0 to 42
0 to 42
0 to 42
5 to 23
5 to 23
5 to 23
5 to 23
0 to 16
0 to 16
0 to 16
0 to 16
3 I + 2 x Io
2 x 3 I + 2 x Io
3 I + Io
2 x 3 I + 2 x Io
3V + Vo
3V + Vo
2 x 3V + 2 x Vo
3V + Vo
b
b
b
b
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Lithium battery (4)
Lithium battery (4)
Lithium battery (4)
Lithium battery (4)
b
b
b
b
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LV cabinet
Description
Vamp arc flash protection
The arc protection unit detects an arc flash
in an installation and trips the feeding
breaker.
An arc flash protection system maximizes
personnel safety and minimizes
material damage caused by arc faults.
Arc flash protection maximizes personnel safety and minimizes material damage
to the installation in the most hazardous power system fault situations.
Minimized damage also means limited need for repair work and enables rapid
restoration of the power supply.
Vamp advantages
Personnel Safety
A fast and reliable arc protection unit may save human lives in the event of an arc
fault occuring in switchgear during work in or near the installation.
Reduces production losses
The shorter the operating time of the arc flash protection unit, the smaller will be
the damage caused by the arc fault and the shorter the possible power outage.
PE58216
Extended switchgear life cycle
A modern arc protection unit increases the life-cycle expectancy of switchgear
installations, so that decisions to invest in new switchgear installations can be
postponed and money can be saved by re-Vamping existing switchgear systems.
Reduced insurance costs
The faster and better the protection system of a power installation, the more
generous will be the insurance terms and costs.
Low investment costs and fast installation
A comprehensive arc protection system is characterized by low investment costs
and fast installation and commissioning times. One successful operation of the arc
flash protection units provides an immediate investment payoff.
Reliable Operation
Operation is based on the appearance of light or alternatively on the appearance of
light and current from an external device. Immune to nuisance trippings due to dual
tripping criteria; light & current.
PE58215
Vamp 221
Input/Output units
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LV cabinet
Description
Vamp arc flash protection
Vamp 120
Vamp 121
Vamp 221 (+ I/O units)
b Operation on light only
(I > criteria can be supplied
from another device)
b Integrated 19–256 Vac/dc
aux. supply
b Optimized for wind power
and other small applications
b Supports point and/or
smoke sensors
b Up to 4 sensors
b Selective trip for 2 zones
and possibility of generator
set emergency trip (separate
contact)
b Operation time 7 ms
(including the output relay)
b Non-volatile trip status.
b Operation on light only
b Supports point and/or
smoke sensors
b Up to 10 sensors
b Typically trips the
incoming feeder
b Straightforward
installation
b Operation time 9 ms
(including the output relay)
b Cost-effective solution
b Self-supervision.
b Current and light tripping criteria (possibility of tripping
by light only)
b Operating time 7 ms or less (electromechanical contact)
b Accurate location of arc fault utilizing point sensors
b Four selective protection zones per central unit
b Self-supervision of the entire system
b Easy interconnect using VX001 cables
b Phase current measuring
b Earth fault current measuring
b Personal protector option
b Panel or rail mount I/O units
b Circuit breaker fail protection (CBFP).
System features
Sensors
Point sensor (surface)
Point sensor (pipe)
b Arc detection from two compartments simultaneously
b Self-monitored
b Cable length adjustable from 6 m or 20 m down.
b Self-monitored
b Cable length adjustable from 6 m or 20 m down.
Portable sensor
b Snap-in connection to I/O unit
b Enhanced work safety.
Loop sensor (Fibre)
b Monitors various compartments
b Small bending radius for easy installation.
Options
Please check in the Vamp
catalogue for reference
number
Please check in the Vamp
catalogue for reference
number
Please check in the Vamp catalogue for reference number
I/O units
VAM 3L
Communication port for central unit (Vamp 221) and I/O unit
2
Point sensor (surface or pipe)
Loop sensor (Fibre)
VAM 10L/LD
VAM 12L/LD
2
2
10
10
2
3
Portable sensor
1
1
1
Protection zone supported
1
1
4
4
1
1
3
1
Current inputs
Trip contact
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Description
LV cabinet
GemControl system
GemStart 5
GemControl provides a central source
of control, monitoring and communication
in each panel.
GemControl is a basic unit for control, monitoring, measurement, processing and
data transmission.To know the switchboard status at all times and to act with full
knowledge of the facts, GemControl maximizes smart switchgear management.
PE90343 V3
GemControl advantages
Safe operation
Robust standard PLC software (IEC 61131-3). Direct motor control of all devices
without intermediate relays.
Scalable concept for simple or complex applications
All possibilities are covered, from the stand-alone replacement of conventional
electrical push-buttons, position indicators, local/remote key switches and metering
instruments in low voltage cabinets to smart interfacing between switchgear panels
and substation control systems (SCADA).
Incomparable flexibility
In all phases of design, parameter setting, operation and upgrading of the
installation. Expandable for future needs.
Reliability
Type tested according to IEC 255-6 or EN 60255-6. Transferable back-up memory
(GemStick).
GemStart 5 provides the three primary
functions of control, protection and
monitoring for all types of motor starters at
all voltages between 110 V and 24 kV AC.
Schneider Electric LV and MV motor starters are perfectly integrated with GemStart 5.
This offers simplified circuit designs and reduced project completion times while
maximizing flexibility by providing simple configuration settings.
PE100737
GemStart5 advantages
Hand held programmer
A unique control and monitoring tool fully integrated.
Maximum immunity
GemStart 5’s design ensures that it is fully EMC-certified and immune to RFI.
Cost & Project management savings
Flexible Inputs
GemStart 5 has - as standard equipment - four low voltage inputs that sense local
control signals and five independent multi-voltage inputs that sense signals from
the field.
PE100738
Plug & Play
The patented Plant Associated Memory Module (PAMM) ensures that the chassis
can be interchanged both quickly and easily.
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Description
Auto-transformer compartment
DE57742
Auto-transformer module
Use
This module is always erected on the right side of the main cubicle to compose
the auto-transformer starter.
Selection
Two widths of modules are available:
b 1125 mm wide for motor up to 440 kW,
b 1500 mm wide for motor lower than 3800 kW.
Structure
The main busbars goes through the module in a segregated compartment.
It provides an IP2XC protection inside the enclosure.
It splits the module in two parts:
b the upper part with the two vacuum contactors (start and run). The door has two optional windows to see the status of the contactors.
b the lower part with the auto-transformer. The medium voltage doors are mechanically interlocked with the disconnector of the main cubicle.
Dry cables are used to connect the auto-transformer and the contactors to the main cubicle.
Current sensors, earthing switch, voltage presence indication system, customer’s
terminations are in the main cubicle.
Provision is supplied in the auto-transformer module to install a current transformer for accurate measurement of motor current.
Auto-transformer modules are designed to ship connected to the main cubicle.
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SoftStart compartment
Description
DE57743
SoftStart module
Use
This module is always erected on the right side of the main cubicle to compose
the SoftStart motor starter.
Selection
One width of module is available:
b 750 mm wide for rated current up to 400 A.
Structure
The main busbars goes through the module in a segregated compartment. It splits the module in two parts:
b the upper part with the by-pass vacuum contactor,
b the lower part with the MV SoftStart device.
The upper medium voltage door has an optional window to see the status of the bypass contactor. The medium voltage doors are mechanically interlocked with the disconnector of the main cubicle. A low voltage compartment in the centre of the module contains the logic and control of the SoftStarter. Dry cables are used to connect the SoftStart module to the main cubicle.
Earthing switch, voltage presence indication system, customer’s terminations are in the main cubicle.
SoftStart modules are designed to ship connected to the main cubicle.
Characteristics
Voltage
2.3 kV - 7.2 kV
Frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Unit overload capacity
125 % - Continuous
500 % - 60 seconds
600 % - 30 seconds
Power ranges
3.3 kV to 1900 kW
5.5 kV to 3000 kW
7.2 kV to 3800 kW
Power circuit
6 SCRs, 12 SCRs
or 18 SCRs
Keypad interface
Motorpact SoftStart offers keypad display/programming and serial communications.
A 2 line x 20 character LCD display with backlight provides easy readout of multiple
motor data points.
Motor protection functions
b
b
b
b
b
b
over current,
under current,
current imbalance,
two stage overload,
reset,
number of starts per hour.
Metering functions
b
b
b
b
b
b
motor load,
phase current, average current, earth fault current,
thermal capacity remaining, thermal capacity to start,
average start time, current, capacity to start, elapsed time from last start,
up to 12 RTD’s data,
kW, kvar, power factor, kWh.
Communication
b protocol: Modbus,
b RS 485.
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Description
Selection guide
Motor application
Starting
current (A)
Id/In = 6
2400
2200
2000
1725
1570
1415
1256
1100
942
785
628
565
502
439
377
314
251
188
126
63
47
31
Normal
current (A)
Minimum
CT rating
(sec. 1 A)
LPCT
400
366
333
288
262
235
209
183
157
131
105
94
84
73
63
52
42
31
21
10
8
5
400
400
300
300
300
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
valid with
all fuse
ratings
Starting time (s)
5
Number of starts per hour
3
6
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 200
2 x 200
1 x 315
1 x 315
1 x 315
1 x 315
250
250
250
250
200
200
160
160
160
160
125
160
125
125
100
125
100
100
100
100
80
100
50
50
32
32
25
32
25
25
10
30
3
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 200
1 x 315
1 x 315
250
250
200
160
160
160
125
100
100
100
100
63
32
32
25
6
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 200
1 x 315
1 x 315
1 x 315
250
200
200
160
160
160
125
100
100
100
80
40
32
25
3
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 200
1 x 315
1 x 315
1 x 315
250
200
200
160
160
160
125
100
100
100
80
40
32
25
6
2 x 315
2 x 315
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 200
1 x 315
1 x 315
250
250
200
160
160
160
160
125
100
100
80
40
32
25
Note:
v fuses are 442 mm long, v fuses are only for short circuit protection,
v for starting currents lower than 170 A, we recommend the LPCT.
It is necessary to delay the tripping of the contactor
Transformer application
Quantity and rated current for Fusarc fuses
These values are approximate. Please check with the actual characteristics
of the transformer to determine the fuse rating.
Service
voltage (kV)
3
3.3
5
5.5
6
6.6
Transformer rating (kVA)
25
50
100
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
125
160
125
125
125
125
125
125
200
125
125
125
125
125
125
250
125
125
125
125
125
125
315
125
125
125
125
125
125
400
125
125
125
125
125
125
500
125
125
125
125
125
125
630
160
160
125
125
125
125
800
200
200
125
125
125
125
1000
250
250
160
160
125
125
1250
2 x 200
2 x 200
200
160
160
160
1600
2 x 250
2 x 250
250
250
200
200
2000
2500
2 x 200
2 x 200
250
250
2 x 250
2 x 250
2 x 200
2 x 200
For more information, see Fuses catalogue ref. AC0479EN ART.72747.
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Contents
Implementation examples
Lined up switchboard
Stand-alone switchboard
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Implementation examples
Installation
DE55505
Lined up switchboard
DE57744
Civil engineering with utility space
992
804
MCset
1520
(3)
- 1720
(4)
Room
entrance
Motorpact
2500
(2)
(2)(5)
2800
425
825
1425
208
1200
(1)
(1) Minimum dimensions to be defined according to the cable bending radius.
Note for lined up switchboard with MCset
(2) Minimum dimensions to be complied with when installing the MCset switchboard.
(3) Operating distance.
(4) Distance needed to extract a functional unit from the switchboard without moving
the other units.
(5) Provide an exhaust tunnel above the switchboard when the room height is less than 4 metres.
For further information, refer to the civil engineering, user and instruction manual.
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Implementation examples
Installation
DE55506
Stand-alone switchboard
SoftStart
SoftStart
DE57745
Civil engineering with utility space for front and rear access
804
(2)
992
1520
Motorpact
Room
entrance
2500
2800
425
825
1425
208
1100
(1)
(1) Minimum dimensions to be defined according to the cable bending radius.
(2) Can be placed against the wall for single core cable applications or for single and three core
applications if utility space provides bottom access for three core preparation and installation.
For further information, refer to the civil engineering, user and instruction manual.
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Appendices
Contents
Order form
FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing asynchronous motor starter
RVAT: auto-transformer asynchronous motor starter
RVSS: SoftStart asynchronous motor starter
Transformer feeder
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Order form
FVNR: Full Voltage Non Reversing
asynchronous motor starter
Only one of the boxes (ticked X or filled
by
the needed value) have to be considered between each
horizontal line.
Green box X corresponds to non priced standard features
included in the base price.
Basic unit cubicle
Quantity
Rated voltage
3.6 kV
7.2 kV
Rated short time withstand current
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
Busbar
40 kA 3 s
Bare
Rated current
Rated operational current
630 A
Degree of protection (housing)
IP2X
50 kA 3 s
Encapsulated
1250 A
IP3X
2500 A
3150 A
200 A
400 A
IP4X
IPX1
Maintenance free disconnector
Options
Internal arc withstand
25 kA-1 s/40 kA-0.5 s/50 kA-0.25 s
Ceiling height
>4m
<4m
Thermal diagnosis system
Cable earthing switch
Voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
Heating element
Back light (disconnector contacts & load compartment)
Key interlockings
Line disconnector
2O + 1C
Cable earthing switch
Power factor correction
1O or 1C
Voltage (kV)
(see the list page 53)
Power (kVA)
Main fused contactor
Removable vacuum contactor
Electrically held
Basic equipment
Mechanically latched
Open release
48 Vdc
MV fuses
125 A
125 Vac
250 Vac
125 Vdc
250 Vdc
50 A
63 A
80 A
100 A
160 A
200 A
250 A
2 x 250 A
Cable connection
Top
Bottom
1 cable/phase (max. 240 mm2)
Blown fuse indicator
2 cables/phase (max. 120 mm 2)
Options
Mechanical operation counter
Surge arrestors (line side)
Fused control power transformer (CPT)
Fused voltage transformer
Protection, metering and control
Sepam digital relay (see Sepam catalogue)
M20
Other
Web Remote Monitoring option
Local control
2 push buttons, 2 indication lights
Phase current sensors
Zero sequence current sensors
ZSCT
L/R switch
Sepam 100MI
5 A CT
1 A CT
LPCT
CSH 120
CSH 200
CSH 280
Sepam options
78
Additional logic I/O’s module
MES114
Analog output module
MSA141
Temperature sensor acquisition module
MET148
Modbus communication interface
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Order form
RVAT: auto-transformer
asynchronous motor starter
Only one of the boxes (ticked X or filled
by
the needed value) have to be considered between each
horizontal line.
Green box X corresponds to non priced standard features
included in the base price.
Basic unit cubicle
Quantity
Rated voltage
3.6 kV
7.2 kV
Rated short time withstand current
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
Busbar
40 kA 3 s
Bare
Rated current
Rated operational current
630 A
Degree of protection (housing)
IP2X
50 kA 3 s
Encapsulated
1250 A
IP3X
2500 A
3150 A
200 A
400 A
IP4X
IPX1
Maintenance free disconnector
Options
Internal arc withstand
25 kA-1 s/40 kA-0.5 s/50 kA-0.25 s
Ceiling height
>4m
<4m
Thermal diagnosis system
Cable earthing switch
Voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
Heating element
Back light (disconnector contacts & load compartment)
Key interlockings
Line disconnector
2O + 1C
Cable earthing switch
Power factor correction
1O or 1C
Voltage (kV)
(see the list page 53)
Power (kVA)
Main fused contactor
Removable vacuum contactor
Electrically held
Basic equipment
Mechanically latched
Open release
48 Vdc
MV fuses
125 A
125 Vac
250 Vac
125 Vdc
250 Vdc
50 A
63 A
80 A
100 A
160 A
200 A
250 A
2 x 250 A
Cable connection
Bottom
1 cable/phase (max. 240 mm2)
Blown fuse indicator
Top
2 cables/phase (max. 120 mm 2)
Options
Mechanical operation counter
Surge arrestors (line side)
Fused control power transformer (CPT)
Fused voltage transformer
The auto-transformer is designed according to the motor
requirements:
Nominal power
Service voltage
Nominal current
Frequency
Starting current
Starting time (motor)
Starting time (motor + auto-transformer)
Number of starts/hour
Number of consecutive starts
Auto-transformer module
1 auto-transformer
1 run vacuum contactor (electrically held)
1 start vacuum contactor (electrically held)
Options
Mechanical operation counter
Contactor position indication windows
Protection, metering and control
Sepam digital relay (see Sepam catalogue)
Other
M41
Web Remote Monitoring option
Local control
2 push buttons, 2 indication lights
Phase current sensors
Zero sequence current sensors
ZSCT
L/R switch
Sepam 100MI
5 A CT
1 A CT
LPCT
CSH 120
CSH 200
CSH 280
Sepam options
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MES114
Analog output module
MSA141
Temperature sensor acquisition module
MET148
Modbus communication interface
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Order form
RVSS: SoftStart
asynchronous motor starter
Only one of the boxes (ticked X or filled
by
the needed value) have to be considered between each
horizontal line.
Green box X corresponds to non priced standard features
included in the base price.
Basic unit cubicle
Quantity
Rated voltage
3.6 kV
7.2 kV
Rated short time withstand current
25 kA 3 s
Busbar
31.5 kA 3 s
40 kA 3 s
Bare
Rated current
Rated operational current
630 A
Degree of protection (housing)
IP2X
50 kA 3 s
Encapsulated
1250 A
IP3X
2500 A
3150 A
200 A
400 A
IP4X
IPX1
Maintenance free disconnector
Options
Internal arc withstand
25 kA-1 s/40 kA-0.5 s/50 kA-0.25 s
Ceiling height
<4m
>4m
Thermal diagnosis system
Cable earthing switch
Voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
Heating element
Back light (disconnector contacts & load compartment)
Key interlockings
Line disconnector
2O + 1C
Cable earthing switch
Power factor correction
1O or 1C
Voltage (kV)
(see the list page 53)
Power (kVA)
Main fused contactor
Removable vacuum contactor
Electrically held
Basic equipment
Mechanically latched
Open release
48 Vdc
MV fuses (Fusarc CF 442 mm)
125 A
125 Vac
250 Vac
125 Vdc
250 Vdc
50 A
63 A
80 A
100 A
160 A
200 A
250 A
2 x 250 A
Cable connection
Bottom
1 cable/phase (max. 240 mm2)
Blown fuse indicator
Top
2 cables/phase (max. 120 mm 2)
Options
Mechanical operation counter
Surge arrestors (line side)
Fused control power transformer (CPT)
Basic equipment
Fused voltage transformer
Basic equipment
SoftStart module (includes basic protection, metering and control)
1 SoftStart module
1 by-pass vacuum contactor (electrically held)
Voltage measurement
1 set of current sensors
Options
Mechanical operation counter
Protection, metering and control (optional)
Sepam digital relay (see Sepam catalogue)
Web Remote Monitoring option
Local control
2 push buttons, 2 indication lights
Phase current sensors
Zero sequence current sensors
ZSCT
L/R switch
Sepam 100MI
5 A CT
1 A CT
LPCT
CSH 120
CSH 200
CSH 280
Sepam options
80
Additional logic I/O’s module
MES114
Analog output module
MSA141
Temperature sensor acquisition module
MET148
Modbus communication interface
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Order form
Transformer feeder
Only one of the boxes (ticked X or filled
by
the needed value) have to be considered between each
horizontal line.
Green box X corresponds to non priced standard features
included in the base price.
Basic unit cubicle
Quantity
Rated voltage
3.6 kV
7.2 kV
Rated short time withstand current
25 kA 3 s
31.5 kA 3 s
Busbar
40 kA 3 s
Bare
Rated current
Rated operational current
630 A
Degree of protection (housing)
IP2X
50 kA 3 s
Encapsulated
1250 A
IP3X
2500 A
3150 A
200 A
400 A
IP4X
IPX1
Maintenance free disconnector
Options
Internal arc withstand
25 kA-1 s/40 kA-0.5 s/50 kA-0.25 s
Ceiling height
>4m
<4m
Thermal diagnosis system
Cable earthing switch
Voltage presence indicator system (VPIS)
Heating element
Back light (disconnector contacts & load compartment)
Key interlockings
Line disconnector
2O + 1C
Cable earthing switch
Power factor correction
1O or 1C
Voltage (kV)
(see the list page 53)
Power (kVA)
Main fused contactor
Removable vacuum contactor
Electrically held
Basic equipment
Mechanically latched
Open release
48 Vdc
MV fuses
125 A
125 Vac
250 Vac
125 Vdc
250 Vdc
50 A
63 A
80 A
100 A
160 A
200 A
250 A
2 x 250 A
Cable connection
Bottom
1 cable/phase (max. 240 mm2)
Blown fuse indicator
Top
2 cables/phase (max. 120 mm 2)
Options
Mechanical operation counter
Surge arrestors (line side)
Fused control power transformer (CPT)
Fused voltage transformer
Protection, metering and control
Sepam digital relay (see Sepam catalogue)
Other
T20
Web Remote Monitoring option
Local control
2 push buttons, 2 indication lights
Phase current sensors
Zero sequence current sensors
ZSCT
L/R switch
Sepam 100MI
5 A CT
1 A CT
LPCT
CSH 120
CSH 200
CSH 280
Sepam options
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MES114
Analog output module
MSA141
Temperature sensor acquisition module
MET148
Modbus communication interface
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